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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): August 15, 1912 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1912 cla1912081501_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.): August 15, 1912 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1912 $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 CLAY CITY TIMES. f $1.00 n Year in Arhanc:. vt arc here lo faelp Clay City, the Surrounding Country an J Ourselves. .1. E. I$nrihir. 1'iililishcr. VOL.1 XVII. CLAY CITY. KV...THUKSDAY AUUUST I ft, I9I2. NO. STANTON COLLEGE FALL TERM OPENS examinations. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER and, Limited 1912.: dormitory facilities. Large per cent of our students take firft class certificates. Pensions Delayed. of the besl schools in Kentucky, Capable faculty of College Graduates. Course of sludy Special work for teachers in preparation frr ranges from Primary through High School. Terms low. Write for rates to One Rev. J. C. HANLEY, President, Stanton, Ky. Whiskey and Cigarettes on Increase. The people of the United States produced more whiskey and rum ami smoked more cigarettes during the fiscal year 1012 than ever before in the history of the conn- try, according to the preliminary annual report of lloyal P. Cabell, Commissioner of Internal Revenue, submitted to Secretary Tuesday. The consumption of whisky was exceeded only by the year of 1007, but beer drinking fell off substantially. The unprecedented smoking of 11,121,624,084 cigarettes, exceed-inthe record of 1911 by nearly 2,000,000,000, amazed Treasury officials, who were unuble to account for the enormous inMe-Vea- Killed by Automobile. g There will he r.o Confederate pensions paid in Kentucky until November 5th. The applications could not he acted upon in time for payment August 5th the time when it wus expected that these pensions would first be paid. Payments when made November 5th will be for all the time since the application was tlrst received. The regular dates of payment for these pensions will be February 5th, August 5th and November 5th. Up to this date there has been 2,000 applications for Confederate pensions in the state and they are still coming in. Henry O Smith was run down bv an automobile near Winchester Sunday afternoon and so seriously injured that, he died two hours later. .The unfortunate was a son of, "lncle" James Smith, of near this city, whose death was noifed in this paper hist week. The remains were brought to this, city Monday and taken to Powell's Valley and laid to rest by the ejde of his father who was bliriei just one week before. 1 PROGRAM OF Powell County Sunday School Convention To Be Held at Hardwick's Creek Methodist Church, Thursday, Sept. 5th, 191 2. Devotional Exercises. Address of Welcome 0 :50 The Sunday-scho- ol at Work 10 :05 How to Hold the Youth in theSunday-schoo10 :20 The Relation of the Pastor to the 0:80 0:40 -school Will Have to Prove School Population. .The averageH'reenf. of school crease. .ufK Stored in warehouses the country over are 208,780,070 gallons of whisky and rum, the greatest on record. In Kentucky alone are stored 158,000,000 gallons hi k exceeds I he' toi tt of whisky and rum in the whole United States eleven years ago. The record production of these intoxicants for 1912 was 188,000,000 gallons, or 18,000,000 gallons greater than 1011. The consumption of whisky and rum for 1012 was 188,877,458 gallons, the nearest approach to the record of 184,031,000 gallons in 1007. The consumption of beer for 3012 was only 02,108,788 barrels, a decrease of over 1,108,000 barrels as compared with 1011. children to the'population is less than 25 per cent, but in some places it rurisaip as high as 80 AtkinsonEwen. per cent. State Stipt. Barksdale Mr. O. C. Atkinson and Miss 10:85 Nellie Ewen surprised their Hamlet has ruled that cities hav ing greater Man 80 per cent. 10:50 friends by going, to. Lexington vilJ .have truf ye their list. The 11:80 Wednesday and getting .married. on xne 6W.1 l Sunday- Corbett Davis. Pat Henry. Ethel Baker. Bro. Lowery. N. E. Florence. W. J. Yaughan. . The Adult Bible Class Round Table Reports from Schools. cy WKevrnirTTOrTnis Af The collections of the Internal E. N. Wilson has been very Revenue Department in last year were $82,187,875. sick this week but is now much This is the third largest amount improved. collected from any one State, Illinois and New York leading Ken-tuck- y Christian church, at the home of The the officiating minister. bride is the beautiful daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Ewen, of Stanton, and the groom is the popular assistant cashier of the Clay City National Bank and a They rising voting attorney. receiving the congratulations are of their many friends. the ZT whieh -n.wo,bo per cent. Paris - h, tienT.Srj(nl3 EW'it of""n'ees. l ol . 4 Mr. John W. Mize received a telaphone message yesterday afternoon advising him of the serious illness of his sister, Mrs. Minnie Bale, who it wus thought at the time the message was dispatched could not live through last night. 1:80 2:00 2:20 2:80 8 :00 Relation of theSunday-schonMeasuring Offering. n Sunday-Scho- to theChurch t lie W. Reaching the Boys and Girls ' J. C. Hanlev. J. Yaughan. Paul Derthick. Bessie Curry. Reading the Bible in the School Adjournment. NIGHT SESSION. 7:80 Devotional Exercises. 7:45 Home Study 8:00 Stewardship 8:20 W. Paul Derthick. J. Yaughan. Kentucky. WALDRON & JOHNSON, New Spring Millinery J ust received from the city which combines Mrs. C. C. Eaton, whose serious illness has been heretofore noted in these columns, was taken to Lexington to the hospital some days ago where she seems to improve. Mrs. Ben Mastin, of is Walters-ville- Waltersville, Ky. We curry a full line of General Merchandise ure selling the goods to our large trade and , the newest styles and lowest prices. visiting her daughters, SHOES AT FIRST COST. $500 worth of Shoes have been marked down to firSt cosl Mesdiunes Besse Parr and Stella Patton and other relatives and friends in Cincinnati, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. James Wilson, of Lexington, were here with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Wilson Sunday. The city is having considerable gravel hauled and spread on our Thanks to our city streets. ' fathers. Miss Ada Johnson is visiting her cousin, Mrs. Mirtio Johnson, at Lexington and attending the ' fuir. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Henry, of and they tell us they are Saving Money. You can do the same thing. in order 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 pleused customers, come round 'ome duy and give our place u look through and let us price you some of our goods. They willopenyoureyestoan opportunity. HATS and CAPS. Here's your opportunity to save some money. First come, first served. Winchester, are visiting relatives in the county. Edgur Curry, of Lexington, is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Curry., Home grown watermelons are ou the market and they are of excellent quality. Send Us Your Orders over telephone, by messenger or otherwise mid if you live in ClHy City Ej SHIMFESSEL'S. KIM pj fj or near our store we will "deliver the good" m Kentucky is titiito n Govern It is BtntecTas a curious fact ment state it seems when it is that the bull moose does not use third in furnishing revenue to the vowel "I" when he bellows. run tiie Government as shown from the Internal revenue rUIIUSHL'P VKKV T1IUK30AY. It is lv no means a Dr. S. T. Scrivner will locato Subscription rates SI u year or three pauper state. It pays into the at Wagcrsvillo. cars in advance $2. Government far more than it takes from the Treasury. Our school is progressing nicely J. 15. Mtmjkr, l'ubllshcr. with John Newkirk teacher. "Still tongue for a wise head" ninil mutter. is Entered as seennd-cltiLilly, the little daughter of a very strong argument, but THE TIMES. n. Furnace Thursday, - - Auutist 15, 11U2. with all Teddy and iii'iroii his i little Bull i nut( CLUB HATES. For the convenience of our subscribers, we have arranged club rates w ith the following papers at prices below mentioned : The Times and Courier-Journ1.00 al " Cincinnati Kntpurer " " 1. 10 " " Louisville Herald !0 75 Home nnd Farm 1.00 It land .Farmer 00 American Farmer Southern Agriculturist 7 Congressman A. O. Stanley, of the Second Kentucky District, chairman of the committee of the House of Representatives which investigated the Steel Trust, great credit for the systematic and highly capable manner in which he conducted the inquiry. The cost of the entire investigation Wiis but W!),000. This is in striking contrast to the cost of some of the investigations under the Republicans, notably that of the immigration question at an expense to the people of more Mr. than-.(i00,000- . know that the father Bull Mrs. visited Lida Gilley Moose knows everything, and no friends near Stanton Saturone ever charges that Teddy has day night and Sunday. a still tongue. Mrs. Mnyma Noland was the "Don't worry about the fu- guest of Miss Lutic Billings ture. We'll all get just whit's Saturday night nnd Sunday. coining to us," says the CincinMrs. Lulu Hamilton, of Fitch-burnati Enquirer. That's just the Tuesday spent with reason why most of us persist in Mrs. J.. W. Newkirk of this worrying. place. If every advisor of Gov. WilDr. Broaddus and his .sister, son contributed $1 with his adMiss Belle, of Miller's creek, vice there would be no concern as the raising of an adequate spent Monday night with their sister, Mrs. K. C. Newkirk. campaign fund. g, uiinfia it num. Mr. and Mrs. Ii. 0. Nowkirk very ill. s are surprised but the SPOUT SPRING. are fuller of Bull Moose rs Pearl, the little cripple daughthan they were 100 years ago. ter of H. F. Christopher is quite Their extinction need no longer sick. be feared. Mrs. Nathan Curtis, of Two Lincoln began his career by Butts, Colo., was here this week splitting mils, and Roosevelt visiting relatives. ends his by splitting Lincoln's Shelt McKinney sold to B. B. party. Fox, of Clark comity, a bunch of Democratic success was never PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. more certain, and times were nevei better with the farmer. Services 2nd and. 3rd Sabbaths of We woods Nothing on earth could possibly taste as good as a watermelon Mrs. T. S. McKinney returned looks. Wednesday from Lexington Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that Contain ftercury, where she has been to see her daughter-in-law- , Mrs. Marion Mc- as mercury will surely destroy the sense of smell and completely deKinney who is very sick. range the whole system when enK. S. Christopher, W. J. Chris-tophthrough the mucous surJr., and T. S. Christopher tering itSuch articles should never faces. of Clark county,. and Mrs. A. R. be used except on prescriptions Lowry, of Hudson, III., Mrs. Henry Tuttle, of Lexington, and from reputable physicians, as the they will do is ten fold to Mrs. Nathan Curtis, of Colorado, damage the good yoa can possibly derive at the held a family Hall's Catarrh Cure is home of their brother, H. F. from them manufactured by F. J. Cheney it Christopher Saturday. Co., Toledo, O., contains no mercury, and is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. In buying A great fertilizer, and a hardy Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure you get vigorous forage plant for hay and the genuine. It is taken internalWill grow in any soil, pasture. by even in rocky places. Can be sown ly and made in Toledo. Ohio, Co. Testimonials with spnng oats, or sown alone in F. J. Cheney and May for meadow, and sown in with free. eorn at the last cultivation. Prices Sold by Druggists. Price, 7fic of seed, and circular how to grow it per bottle. sent on request. Take Hall's Family Pills for BOKHARA SEED CO., Falmouth, Ky. constipation. Box 0!). 5 nice young cattle at cents per pound. er n SWEET CLOVER WE SELL-hats,. VEILS, comfort GLOVES and other things that for the probe of the steel corporation. He was willing to spend money lor all necessary expenses, but was careful "That not a dollar was squandered. It will be recalled that the in vestigators of the immigration question spent their appropriations like water, touring Europe in the most luxurious style, visiting, at government expense, all the prominent places of interest, even journeying to the pyramids in Egypt. Mr. Stanley's name will go down in history along with the masterful report of his committee, and he and the members of the committee who with him, deserve well in the of the American people for work well done. Time is pussing and we are now passing over our roads but how long will we do this after the fall rains begin? Practically nothing has been done to the roads in this county. Later working of the roads is worse than no work at all except to drain them. All grading done Jute in the fall only causes the flirt tt work up soft and makes mud holes of all places where so worked. Begin now to improve the roads to the very best advan tage possible and when winter sets in we will realize that we have been amply repaid for the work done this early rather than late. Overseers, get a move on today and let's not bo too far bo If you want to see a Bull no personal excursions or Mooser blush, just read Teddy's junkets with the money appro1001 and 1008 platforms. priated were Stanley saw to it there each month. Prayer Meetings, Wednesday ings. Rev. J. C. Hanley, Pastor. even- women wear, and we sell the only corset for a Warner's Rust Proof" ii T ! Ml -s FACILITIES and methods; TREATMENT YOU will find them all at the attradt CUSTOMERS. CLAY CITY NATIONAL BANK which is seeking YOUR bank account. S kuit Pros PUBLIC NOTICE. We plies. take this method of further extending an invitation to sup- So V light and pliable it is a joy to wear, and in advance of all other makes for style. the buying public to come to our store and get their For several weeks we have been supplying many MRS. J. W. WILLIAMS. customers in this vicinity with what they need at .a great saving of money. Now that we are started, we want to Our one great is extend our trade still further. appeal for your trade Low Prices on what you to eat and wear. our piice on four staple must have MILLS FLOUR ou,how , We are save you going to give you just show hind our neighbors' counties v hich have been working their i i.ids for sometime past. Sixty years ago the per capita wealth in the 1'nited States was iiiioiit iJiUT; today it is about of about H00 il.JlOO, an nuie.. W in!.' the per capita j it cent. wealth has gi'atl, increased, the d'otriluition ot it has been most u.ieiiual. Sit e.iis ago we had i u inillioiiiiiii'.-- ami few pun-- j i articles to IT RISES AWAY ABOVE all other brands of Hour with the housewife who loves good homemade bread when she uses the PKAIIL flour. Its uniform quality and excellence never disappoints her. It is the best all around Hum-othe market and gives your hreud that tempting and delicious lluvor we can BeA Patent money: Flour Made, Sugar, - $3.00 per cwt. 6 cts. per jib. 13 " u Granulated Meat and Lard, Lard in 50 pound cans, These are only fair samples the house is of " " $5.75. other prices. Everything in sold at the same low price. ' Give us a trial. that always delights good the 'over of you use )ll 1 im I 1 bread when PEAUL Hour. the .; ..ii .lit . i i m :. )) vc loo ttt't ii v of ,u Mil. Hi I he H. Q. CRABTREE & COMPANY. 'Ik- -. J I ' Made by J. ANDREW CAIN, Versailles, Ky, THE A HOME-MADE TIMES PAl'EK. 15, THURSDAY, AUGUST Una LOCAL BREVITIES. Mrs. Myrtle Burgher and clii dren visited Mrs. Hubert Hunter and family at Winchester hist week. fili. Ladies', Misses' and children's pers at summer sain prices. Mrs. J. V. Williams Dodge King hns moved to Tex as to reside. Mr. King marriec Miss Carrie Burnett, formerly of this city. J. OT Everniaii has been ap pointed postmaster at West Bend this county, in the place of S. B Everman, deceased. Don't forget our Summer Clear ance Sale of spring and summer Mrs. J. W. Williams, goods. A protracted meeting is being conducted at the Christian church. The pastor is being as sisted by Elder Isaac Wiiikler, of Mis. John Larison, of Messrs. Lindsey and Dillard Ind., who has been here Douglas, of Levee, were in the two weeks visiting her sister, city Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. S. II. Curtis, near this city, Indian Killed on Track. and other relatives in the conn Near Kochelle, HI., an Indian ty, has returned home. went to sleep on a railroad track 'A local option election h.is been and wus killed by the fast express. called in Montgomery county for Ife paid for his carelessness with September JJOtli. The aim of the li is life. Often it is that way when dry a is to vote thu city of Mt people neglect coughs and colds Sterling drv by Ihe county vote Don't risk your life when prompt as was provided by laws enacted use of Dr. King's New Discovery by the last session of the Legisla will cure them and so prevent a u re. dangerous throat or lung trouble. 'It completely cured me, in a short The Trials of Traveler. time, of a terrible cough that fol "I nm a traveling salesman," writes E E Youngs, E. Berkshire Vt, "and lowed a severe attack of Grip," was often troubled with constipation writes J. R, Watts, Floydada, Tex. 5 pounds in and indigestion till I beg.tn to use "and I regained Quick, Dr. King's New Eife PiUs, which I weight that I had lost." have found an excellent lemedy. safe, reliable and guaranteed. 50c tor all stomnch, liver or kid no v and $1.00. Trial bottle free at nil ttroubjes they are unequaled. Onlv dealers. ii cents at all dealers. I NATURE'S ESSENCiv Nature' law -- are perfect, but JNr.nsc follows if these laws are not jbeyc . Go straight to nature for the sure, to the foreot ; there arc mysteries here that wo can fathom for you. Take the bark of the tree,- the root of mandrake, (tone, Oregon grape root, queen' root, Moodrout end golden seal, make a scientific, extract of them with just the right proportions und you have Mild-sherr- y aCtt. From i:o;:si i'ia..U took Dr. Pierce, with the assistance of two learned chemists, eight years of bard work experimenting to make this pure glyceric extract and alterative of tho greatest efficiency and without the use of a particle of alcohol. Just the sort of remedy you need to make rich, red hlood, and cure that lassitude and feeling of nerve exhaustion. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery bears the stamp of Public Approval and has sold more largely in the past forty years than any other blood purifier and Jtoraach tonic. "Some 'time ntro I irot out of health my stomach to be tho Williams, i.f of the trouble." writes fatcommenced to doctor withMr. Ezradoctors at home llcllcvlllc, Ka-- i . all the as well as wlt.'i "I ether specialists on stomach and digestivo nrfrans. Nona seemed to do tny (rood In fact, most of the medicines did me harm. Finally, I wrolu to Dr. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y., who replied, stating thnt I hrol liver complaint with Indigestion and constipation, and advised Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery and Pleasant Pellets.' "The 'Discovery and 'Pellets,' have "put mo on my feet njraln seemed to bo just what I needed. I could not have recovered without them." It Doctor Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. E. Williams, Esq. 01. Pierce's Pleasent Pellets are for Hirer ilia. When in Need of NOTICE. Estill county. Miss Maud " All persons indebted to me are hereby notified to come forward and settle same at once as I am winding up my business. All accounts not paid within thirty days will be placed in the hands of a collector for collection, so please come for ward and save both vou and me any trouble. SAM CARR ,i, Builder's Hardware, Cabinet Mantles, Grates, Tiles, down thu thra.-- .t of a "capcy' the normi chtcicn destroy and save i the clili.'s life. A - drln';lnir watci f y.r drop i In t!ic- CURES and PREVENTS GAPES tnJf Cooking or Heating Go to or Write Stoves, ictims to stomach, liver and kid- Mrs. Mary Hoskius, who has been ney ttoubles just like other nconle. here for some weeks on a visit with like results in loss of appetite, returned with Miss Fletcher. nervousness, headache. feel- Kentucky logging and tip.d, listless, A Western gang cut a bee tree that yielded mg. Hut there's no need tc feel 1)00 pounds of houey they say. It like that as T. D. Peebles, Henry, must have been blended with lenn., proved. "Six bottles of E- mouniain dew when they weigh lectric Bitters." he writes, "did more to give me new strength and ed it. good appetite than all other stom H. J. Twigg, of Madison coun ach remediesI ty, sold last week to Dick Scud help every body. used." So they Its folly to suffer ber, of Nicholas county, a two when this great remedy will heln mouths-olcolt for $450. This you from the first dose. Try it. highest price ever pVid for Unly is the 50c at all dealers. a colt of his age in the state. run-tjow- Fletcher left Mon day morning for Miami, Texas Flying Hen Fall white d'arrbsci, roup, cholcr ni.il ot'j'.-- chlvk cJUcascs. One 50c Motile o Bourbon Poultry Cure Makes 12 Gallons of Medicine. Hid IiooV.vt oa "Dlsei.sc of Fowls." Address, flEHESf COItFW, Lm.lJton, K. B3UR30X Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, d Bourbon Poultry Cure is the best remedy I have ever tried and I have been in the poultry b'tsiiu-s.- for forty years. Mrs. Geo. E. Itapier, Bards- town, Ky. I have now used Bourbon Poultry Cure two years and 1 just could not raise any chickens without it. I have not hud a case o I, gapes since I began using II Mrs. W.T. Brucey, Basker-villVB . s e, Winchester, - Ky. SOLD BY It. ltose is supplying the nillikan Business School, LEXINGTON, KY. local market with watermelons He Monday and niuskmelons. BOOKKEEPING, SHORTHAND, sold one of the latter melons that TYPEWRITING weighed 10i pounds. He also has some very large watermel This school has turned out linn Sfc STRAWBERRY PLANTS ons. dreds of men and women who are successes. It will make drape Vines, Asparagus, Rhubarb, The big Blue Grass Fuir is Roses, Peonies, Phlox. a success of you. attracting great crowds from this county as is' usually the case. Everything For Those who attend from this city Write for Catalogue. ORCHARD, LAWN and GARDEN. pronounce the fair a great show NO AGENTS. FREE CATALOG. of which Lexington may well be T. C. SHIMFESSEL, CLAY CITY, ATKINSON & LYLE, 'STANTON, KY. " SPRING and SUMMER GOODS. We invito you to call and see our new stock of Spring and Summer Goods Fruit and Shade Trees! and get our prices. You are also invited to call We and see and get prices on anything else that you may need. try to keep every tiling the people want. Every one should he interested in learning where they can get the most for their money, and where they can get merchandise that will best suit them. for as you It takes a little time to look around and satisfy youicelf as to As stated above, wo try to proud. At the dedication of theMeth-odis- t church at Irvine July 28th, the Estill Herald tells us that $1,141 was raised in seventeen minutes for the church, and that t his amount was later greatly .Jtoscuj Bowman, who recently joined the Navy, has returned home, having failed to puss the last examination on the account His eyesight. of detective many friends welcome his return lionie Geo. W. Anderson, Jr., of Mt. Sterling, was here Wednesday and accompanied Mrs. Anderson und children home. Mrs. Ander-sohad been with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Wilson for u Woman Finally Recovers From Nervous Breakdown Impoverished nerves destroy many people before their time. Often before a sufferer realizes what the trouble is, he is on the verge of a complete nervous breakdown. It is of the utmost importance to keep your nervous system in good condition, as the nerves are the source of all bodily power. Mrs. Anna Kounz, 2ii .Mechanic at., l'ucuio, Colo., says: "For many years I suffered from nervous prostration; I was unable to do any house work and doctors failed to help me. Remedies I tried from druggists did not do me a particle of good. A neighbor told my husband about where this place is, hut it is time profitably spent, H. F. HUIenmeyer& Sons, Lexington, Ky. know, "Money saved is money initde". keep every thing the people want. We can not, though, here call IS STOCK, 8ioo,ooo SUHPIiUS AND UN CAPITATE 3 ;4 attention to every thing, hut will mention the following lines which we wunt you to know that we carry. "Queen Quality" and "Huston Favorite" Shoes for Women we have them in the new things in white, tans, dull finish, kid and shiny leathers in 6hoes, boots und low cuts. "Walk-Ove- r DIVIDED PKOl'ITS. TUB N UOO.OOO J Winchester Bank, 3 Of WlNCUMTKK, shoes foi Men we have them in all the new KY. Dr. Miles' Nervine and he procured a bottle. After the first few doses I showed a marked improvement and after taking two bottles I was entirely cured. I have been perfectly well for years and cannot praise Dr. Miles Nervine too highly." If you are troubled with loss of appetite, poor digestion, weakness, inability to sleep; it you are in a general run down condition and unable to bear your part of the daily grind of life, you need something to strengthen your nerves. You may not realize what is the mat ter with you. but that is no reason why you should delay treatment. K N1HOU.Y WlTIIKHWOOK, PltBH, Oaniiii:k. k W. R. Si'iiAii, J jl styles in tans, gun metals and patent leathers, in shoes and low cuts. Men's and Hoys' Clothing we have them in them in the and at prices to suit all. Wo popular colors and lutest In make-up- , suits and guaruutee a perfect also take measures for -- mude-to-ord- YOUR ACCOUNTS SOI.IOITKD jj Millinery Goods our Women's, Misses and Children's Huts art trimmed by one of leading firms of the country Wo think we can suit you in this line, and know we can suve you money. fit. Seo our line of Ladies' and several days on a visit. Are Ever at War. There are two things everlastingly at war, joy and piles. But Arnica Salve will banish piles in any form. It soon subdues the itehii'g, irritation, inflammation or Dwelling. It gives comfort, invites joy. Greatest healer of burns, boils, ulcere, outs, bruises, eczema, scalds, pimples, skin eruptions. Only 2d cents at all dealers. Buck-len's Gents' Furnishings, Ruin coats Dr. Miles' Nervine hast proven its value In nervous dis- I t oraers tor miriy years, anu uterus a trial, no matter how many other remedies have failed to help you. If first bottls Sold by all druggist. -1 Electric Bitters Succeed when everything else falls. In nervous prostratloa and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy, as thousands have testified. Trunks, Suit cases, Mattings, Wull Taper, Sewing Machines, Huggies, & etc., & etc. In fact see us for anything you need, us we can ave you money. Work Pants, Watch for our 6 eeiul sale days uds in other columns of this paper. falls to benefit your money Is returned. MILKS MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind. FOR KIDNEY (LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE , it it the best medicine ever sold over a druggist's counter. Hardwick & Co,. Stanton. S fW1 . be used in dominating the will of another, not in govi rning his own action. That the boy ''must urn The Father's Itepoiisibility. his wild oats." Oh! brother, will At a ('(invi'iitinii (if voinn recent you let your boy go through life, l.v u cliryymnn Tipked permisIds soul scarred and his will power sion to make u few renierks, and in weakened by excesses, from which substance paid as follows: "The you, with jour experience and exwomen are responsible for the low ample, might save him? Women standard of morals among men, li owe much to Christ, and feelmu would teaeh your girls not to ing and knowing this are associate with young men win striving by every means in their smoke or chew ; if girls would not power to educate themselves more marry men of had habits, and ii thoroughly in the care and developwas understood that such men wen ment of their children, striving to tabooed from society, the youny make their lives like unto Him who men would consider before thev went about doing the will of His contracted such haHls. liaise tin heavenly Father. standard of mraU for women, in Without the aid of the fatheis creace the demand fur young men and brothers much of their work of good habits, and the men of the falls to th" ground. We might cite future will be better titled for hu uianyillnstrioUH sons of consecrated and father?." mothers, but can also tell of many The good brothers is partly right more mother", be and very imndi in the wrong. How cause after all their effort, the hoys nr women to know the habits 01 have followed in the footsteps of the young men in their parlors un his father. If only the father of Itss the fathers and brothers advise those sous ny example and piccept them end protect them from such had added their quota to the re acquaintances';1 Who is responsible suit, what a vast difference there tor the evil habits of the present would he in the training of the young man? The' time has gone by young today. We have some men whin the mases weie offered the who live and believe that it requites social glass by a Woman's fair hand two to bring up a family proper The time has gone by w hen mothers-iv- iy, hut the vast majority relegate to their toi'dlins: little ones this entirely to the women and (he last drop fiom the glass on tin by example teach object lessons more powerful than the mother's Women long ago sideboard. woke to the crimes which the taste prayers, for boys want, to be liijU r for had committed. manly and do as men do. Men Women many, many year.- - excuse themselves because they buck began to prav for their bovs are in business and absorbed in before the saloon and in the saloon. eare, but it is the influence of the life, the atmosphere of the Vi ukmi for over a iiimrter of a cen tun, a band two hundred thousand personality the word in season strong in this country alone, havi which tells so much upon the begged and pleadee and praed charucter of the young men; and that the saloon might beaunihilat the children very soon discover ed. Women suffering the untoled if the teaching of the mother is agony of motherhood have deter- applicable to' the life of the mined that a "white life for two" is father. The atmosphere of theiiome od's command. Who, then, is res fo'i which mother makes may "bring pousihle for the liquor habit, the tobacco habit, sapping the vi- back the erring boy," but the intality of our boys and polluting the fluence and warning and example pure atmosphere of our irls? Who of the father will keep that boy is responsible for the belief that man from ever going astray. Fathers is an animal and must live by prey. and brothers, speak a word of in upon the vital life of another? caution, uud show an interest in Who teaches the bovs on the street the luonil a'mospherc of the that it is manly to smoke and drink young men and lads you meet an swear? It is the men of thena daily. Mrs. Jessie Brown Hilton. thai. Kvery father is directly for the habit of his sou. BOV or BEEH BARREL, which? he moiher lives her pure life, her For which will you vote? inllnenco is for Christianity and Have you .t boy to spare? The Mihrit ty. but w hen t be boy gors out saloon must have boys or it must into the w 01 hi it is the father who shut up its shop. Can't you iiud knows the pitfalls and dangers for one? It is a grout factory, uud Lis. boy. Does he warn? No, he unless it can huve 2,000,000 from lets the boy drift. lli.ovn life has each generation, for raw matebeen a silent, potent factor in the rial, some of these factories must v minion belief that every boy must dose up and the operatives be be a law unto himself; that men is thrown out upon it fold world, not a free nut lit ; ibut the will is to and the public revenue dwindle!' broken-hearted e W.C.T.U. NOTES. a- - ! 1 broke, even if we win, which may not be an over grammatical sentence, but one plain to underscribing lor McCall's .Magazine at once. Costs only 50 cents a year, including any one ol stand. The writer continues, the celebrated McCall Patterns free. 'In the Inst year we have lost McCall Patterns Lead all others In style, fit, simplicity, economy and number sold. over .?300,000.00 of established More dealers sell McCall Patterns than any other two makes combined. None hither than trade, legislated out of cents. Huy from your dealer, or by mail from Oo ou ever say flat yearly drawing a thousand milMcCALL'S MAGAZINE l'.oh.b tion is a failure? Think lion dollars in toll." We 37th St., New York City CitilefM PrrafuM Catalog. al Seaborn Wright. a minute. Do you want to train Hon. IWe,a ixusit 9 with the crowd that is always "The open field for the creation of the appetite is among the boys. OVER 6S YEARS After men have grown and their EXPERIENCE habits are formed they raiely ever change in this regard. It will be needful, therefore, that mis- Make Your Wet Land Productive. sionary work be done among the By the use of drain tile you can I RUDE IXIAHnS boys, and I make the suggestion, turn that low, wet, useless, swamDesigns gentlemen, that nickels expend py field into the most productive Copvriohts Ac Good tile, your Anyone sending a sketch and description mar ed in treats to the boys now, will spot on placed, farm. quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an properly not only carries off liiTentlnn ts probably patentable. Communications strlctlrcontldentlal. HANDBOOK on patents. return in dollars to your bills surplus water, it admits air to the sent free. Oldest agency tor securingCo. Patents recelre Patents taken through ilunn A form- soil nnd makes it easy to work. alter the appetite has been special n(tc, without charge. In the apimproves any soil. The incre'ace It ed. Above all things, create cirweekly. petite!" Auii'fficer of the Ohio in the value of the land is many culation of anyIllustrated Journal. Tjirgett 13 a A handsomely Terms, aeientlUo times the cost of the tile The first yearifourmonthj.il. Sold by all newsdealers. Liquor Lbagd)eT' year's-tirnfrom, tiled land pays SBIBrosdwST. fftrlr for It. Any bortv can do the work WHO SAYS IT? Branch One, (B9 V St Washington. mcct'ssfully. Write for particuWho Mys prohibition is a fail- lars or csll at oui plant. ure? The brewer and the distiller? Yes they say it. Who Red River Brick & Tile Very Serious r else says it? The Company, It Is a very serious matter to ask and bartender? Yes they say it, STANTON, . for one medicine and have the KENTUCKY. and say it a dozen times a day. wrong one given you. For this reason we urge you in buying to Yes, he The sot in the gutter? be careful to get the genuine says it, and he certainly looks like it was a failure. The uiun BLACK-DRAUGwho violates the liquor laws? Certainly he says it, and does all Liver Medicine in his power to make it so. Who promptly obtained In all countries OR NO Caveats and Copyrights ft. The reputation of this old, relia(iend says prohibition is a failure? The Model or l'Tiolo, for ble medicine, for constipation, inMIC RlPoejT on patentability, l'atrnt practice BANK RiriRiNOIt. digestion and liver trouble, is firmYes, he says it, and he gambler? (tend 3 cents In stamps for Invaluable book ly established. It does not imitate ??. K?W T0 Will Dar. fnA SaXL PATENTS, associates witlfthe very set that Oliea 0."T'" Ilnw tn other medicines. It is better than patent law and other valuable irf nirnr Information. others, or it would not be the fawould make it a failure. The vorite liver powder, with a larger CO. whole set of bootleggers, joint sale than ail others combined. PATKNT LAWYffRS. keepers and blind tiger men, L303 Seventh St., Washington, D. C. SOLD IN TOWN F2 ihey suy it. Of course they do and do their best to make it so. What does the United States SUGARY OF L. & E. TlflE TjABLE. Government say? Fifty miles of KffHctivo May S, 1011. saloons closed in 1008, and the li quor bill loss that the year be No. 4, No. No. 1 , fore by 2 17,000,000. 00. That's No. Stations. Daily Daily. Daily. Daily ever-increasi- one family out of every five- must contribute a boy in order to keep up the supply; Will you help? Which of your bo s shall it be? The most dangerous principle upon which the saloon is built is this. It is not fushi med to supply the demands of men whose passion for liquor has been developed, but with the cunning which only the lust for money can inspire, it is fashioned to teach a new generation to drink. The saloon system is the recoiling station of the Whisky Trust and Under the Brewery Combine. men already law of life, the in the army of drink will be dead within the limit of twenty years. The slogan of the saloon is, "New recruits?" As a hun"New Recruits!" dred thousaud men drop out of the ranks n hundred thousand new recruits are made. Never a maimed and bruised and dying man fall out of the ranks, that the saloon is not ready with a new recruit, and from this vast army, the masters of the Liquor Interests are en-list- oing some, and in 1000, forty-on- e saloons closed in n day, sixty miles of them in a year, over two million less barrels of whisky drank, and the estimated drink bill lowered by $412,000,-000.0- 0. What do the liquor men say among themselves? 'Julius Lieb-mathe head of the United Brewery of the United States, in an address to the brewers in June. 1901), says that the prohibition wave had curtailed the output of beer in the United States over live million barrels in eighteen months' lime. In a private letter to a saloonkeeper friend, one of the largest wholesale wineries in the country lamented that, "Here in Virginia we ore fighting for our very existence; if this thing continues much longer we shall all be saying this? Use your common sense. If as much whiskey is sold under prohibition as under license, in the name of common sense, why do not all the saloonkeepers work forprohibition,savo their license money, and sell as When they do much as ever? all in their power to defeat prohibition, and pour out their money to do this they acknow-hdg- e by their actions that prohibition prohil i s altogether too wejl to suit them. McCalPs 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 one hundred thousand homes. Besides showing all the latest designs of McCall Patterns, each issue is brimful of sparkling short stories and helpful information for women. 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JUNCTION: 'IViiI-- b Nop. 2, 8 nnd 4 will male connection with Ohio & Kentucky Railway for Caiinel Clt), Ky. end O, A K. stations. CIIAS. SCOTT, Gen'l Patsener Agent.