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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): August 22, 1912 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1912 cla1912082201_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 22, 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 $1.00 a rTV-- 5" r r - Year In Advance. We are here to help Clay City;'tftc SarrounJing Country anJ Oorselvcs. .1. 15. rSurnliiT. I'hI IMier. VOL.., XVII. OLAY CITY. KY., TIT U USD AY AUGUST 22, 1912. STANTON COLLEGE FALL TERM OPENS examinations. MONDAY, SEPTEHBER and, Limited 1912 dormitory facilities. ? Large per cent of our Students take first class certificates. One of the beft schools in Kentucky, Capable faculty of College Graduates. Special work for teachers ranees from Primary through High School. Terms low. Write for rates to in preparation Course of study for Rev. J. C. HANLEY, President, Stanton, Ky. For Better Roads. ditions. Some communities have Better roads are essential to an abundance of the profitable marketing of the material. Others have to rely upon a material of secondary fanner's crop. The farmers ought to de- They are essential to better value living, to the farmer's comfort termine what material to use,und aud convenience; essential to the they ought to ask engineers how reasonable pleasure of his fami- best to use that material. Better rands are essential to ly, and roads mark the standing of every community. better business, better farming The general objection to liv- and better living. Home and ing in the country is the dillicul-t- y Farm. road-makin- Airs. A. R. Hate. Death of Airs. Hammnns. SPOUT SPRING. Mr. and .Mrs. Mosps McKintiPV visited relatives in Chirk counrv this week. g of "getting about." You want to get about, you neod to get about, you must get about, if you properly market your crops, if you are to keep your machinery in good order, if you send your children to school, if you go to church or atteud the meetings of the neighborhood clubs. These are not little things. They are great, things. Bad roads impose the heaviest tax upon the farmer that lie pays, and Jig is Should Put Up With Anderson. certain, to pay-- i When Clay City and Powell county people drive over toMt. Sterling as scores of them doev- erymonth they should stop with. G. W. Anderson, Jr. and put up their horses. He will treat you wright, and yon may rest assured that your horse will be well cared for. George was formerly in business in Clay City and while here jj. made hundreds of friends that should hot' forget him wlrVn they 01 'Wasnint L. V ,Y'hetheir lie. have some business to throw in MizofASw, f Mrs. A. It. Hale died at her home in the country Tuesday night of a complication of diseases. She had been a constant sufferer for several years and underwent many operations. Although depnived of all the blessings of good health, she bore her sufferings patiently with cheerful disposition. Deceased was one of youngest daughters of Isaac and Edith Mize. Mrs. Hale was a memberjof the Bryan Station Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution. She is survived by her husband and one dear little boy, Jtoger Vaughn Hale, who greatly mourns her loss. Four Bisters and two brothers survive her.. They are Mrs. Asu Haggardj-othis county, Mrs. J. W. McKinuey, of VerIt. Day, of Arsailles, Mrs. If nnona M.fl'lVli.Annn T ... - .... . . :Mt ns.l-.it.n- n Ilammaus, nircd eighty-twyears, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. A. P. Johnson, at Wultersville late Monday evening after a long illness. Funeral services at. the residence by Eld. D. II. Mather-ly- , and burial in the Stanton cemetery Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Hamnians is the widow of Silas Ilammaus and is the mother of fifteen children ten of whom are now living. Mrs A. P. Johnson and Mrs. Nannie Weaver of this city and James Ilammaus, of Stanton, are all of the children that are now living in the county. Mrs. Louise o Little Pearl, the cripple daughter of Mr. and Mrs. II. F. Christopher continues very sick. Elber J. I. Wills, of Beatty-ville- , will preach at the Baptist church here Sunday afternoon at y o'clock. Mr. Slielt McKinney was cull-e- d to the bedsicd of her aunt, Mrs. Thus. Coulee, near Stanton the first of the week. U.J. YV. on all' of his vehicles. He pays it in loss of time. He pays it in the additional labor imposed upon his stock. He pays it through the of his family. labor or for better roads as you Work would work to put out a tire in vour barn. Study the best methods for building and maintaining better roads as you go along. The roads of a community are largely determined by local con- self-deni- High Prlcefor Cattle. On Monday of last week at Chicago a choice lot of beef cattle sold nt $10.40 per hundredweight on foot, said to be the highest, price ever paid for beef animals since war times. A few days previous one lot was sold ou the same market at $10.25 per hundred. The record price was secured by an Illionis feeder. They were corn fed cattle and an exceptionally fine lot. 0. Mize, of Pine Grove, Ky. at the) house Friday morning, Rev. I. J. Spencer officiating, and burial in the cemmetory. Lexington Leader. Mrs. Hale aud her husband are both former residents of Clay City before marriage and each have numerous friends in this city and county. Services Win-Chester Work Unsatisfactory. Work on the new railroad in Estill in reported very The City Council of Winchesto the laborers. ter has permitted the two teleThey are leaving there by scores phone companies in that city to as well as they are Hocking there The hiv. forbids consolidate. . claimed that, but it is best for the user by many who return from over of telephones as it gives complete theie that the time they get to service at half cost. work doesn't more than pay their PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. board. They are docked for every minute lost and do not any Services 2nd and ord Sabbaths of week get to put in more than each month. half time. Board is $1 00 and Prayer Meetings, Wednecdny even!fo 00 per week and wages .$1 50 ings. and $1 75 per day. Itev. .1. C. llanlcy, Pastor. ifrgreat-'huniberfl- Pastor L. S. Fryman of the Jackson's chapel church and Pastor Harvey Johnson of the chapel church are conducting protracted services at the Rev. Fryman's church. Kim-brell- 's 'Iris New Spring Millinery Just received from the city which combines the newest styles and lowest prices. K. P.'s to Run Excursion. The K. P's. will ruu a big excursion August. 27th from Lexington to Natural Bridge. The children of the Pythian home at Lexington will occupy a special, while the excursion is promoted for the various K. P. Lodges of the Bluegrass section and all the line of the L. & E. the passengers will not bo made up solely of them. All good people nro invited to go long for a gala day. Basket dinners arc one of WALDRON & JOHNSON Waltersville, Ky. We carry a full line of General Merchandise and are selling the goods to our large trade and they tell us they are the features. See Mrs. Williams' new ad this week and call there and get your SHOES AT FIRST COST. $500 worth of Shoes have been marked down to first purchase. t Saving Money. You can do the same thing. Furnace: Born to Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Bryant, August 17th, a girl-L- illy Gay. Mr. Oscar Mackey and family of Clay City, visited relatives here from Friday till Monday. Misses Belle and Myrtle Broad-duof Miller's creek, were the guests of their sister, Mrs. May-m- a If yon are not already ono of our many pleased customers, come round romo day and give our place a look through and let us price you hooip of our goods. They willopenyoureyeaoan cost in order to get room for new goods coming in. In this sale will also be included a lot of HATS and CAPS. Here's your opportunity to money. First come, first save s, opportunity. some servet SHIMFESSEL'S. Newkirk Sunday. Protraoted meeting commences at the Christian church at this place next Saturday night to bo conducted by Rev. Combs. Lilly, the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. It. 0. Newkirk, who has been sick for several days, we are glad to say'is improving. Send Us Your Orders over telephone, by messenger or otherwise and if you live in Clay City or near our store we will "deliver the goods'1 Surely our Creator is smiling us. Copious rains nae given us good crops of all kinks, grass was never better, fruit Here js the stand on the questions of the hour taken by the candidates of 'the Republican, Democratic and Progressive Parties more plentiful, and live stock for President Tuft as indicated by his speech of acceptance, Wilson through his indorsement of the Democratic platform and his pub- was never higher in price. lic utterances and Roosevelt iu'his "confession of faith" to the National Progressive Party, in convention at Chicago: Beware of Ointments for Catarrh ROOSEVELT WILSON TAFT that Contain Hercury, For it. . For it Against Initiative and refreudum as mercury will surely destroy the For. . . For Recall of public ollicers Against sense of smell and completely deFor. . Silent Recall of judicial decisions Against range the whole system when enFor. For Silent Short ballot. For. . . tering it through the mucous surFor Silent Presidential primaries For. For Direct elcctloon of U. S. Senators Silent faces. Sftch articles should never For, vithre8trictions on amounts For publicity, Publicity in campaign expenditures Silent be used except on prescriptions spent from reputuble physicians, as the For. Income tax amendment For Silent Di8solvethem underSherman an- - Criminal prosecution of trust of- - Federal control by strong com- - dnuiage they will do is ten fold to Trusts t law which must stand licials. the good you can possibly derive Drastic amendments mission, strengthen law for complete law by strong amendment. Dis from them. Hall'sCafarrh Cure is unamended. Federal control. to anti-trucriminate between good and manufactured by F. J. Cheney it smashing of monopolies. bad trusts. no . Revision "in interest of whole Co., Toledo, 0., contains . Moderate revision slowly . Tariff Tariff for revenue only and is taken internally, acting people." Favors commission to study it Caused by high tariff. Says low Commission to study it. High cost of living directly upon the blood and mucous tariff would end it. surfaces of the system. In buying For all toilers. . Minimum wage laws For Silent Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure you get For all toilers. . Workingmen'8 compensation For it on railways only For ' the genuine. It is taken internal. . For. . . -. Shorter hours for orkers Silent For . ly and made in Toledo. Ohio, by For. Industrial safety regulations Silent For " '. . . . . Silent . . For. . . . . Old age pensions F. J. Cheney and Co. Testimonials Silent . . . . For. Woman suffrage Silent .., Silent . free. For. National Health Board Against Silent Sold by Druggists. Price, 75c . . . Silent Silent. Parcels Post For ." . per bottle. . . For. . tiovemment ownership in Alaska Silent Silent .. . . . Take Hall's Family Pills for . Silent. One term only Silent Presidential term . . . Against Aldricli plan . Against Aldrich plan. Currency For Aldrictf plan . constipation. WILSON, R005EVELT, TAFT---Whe- re They Stand. UDon .... st ..... st anti-trus- mer-.cur- y, .... From a reward of .$125 offered construction company building a part of the L. & N. railroad in Estill county it seems that the I'UBLISIIEP VKKY THUKSDAY. public of Estill county have found grievances of the L. & N. and its Subscription rates 81 a year or three methods and have given the comvears in advance 82. pany a note of some kind of J15. Burgher, Publisher. warning. The company is also e having some trouble over at Entered as second-clas- s mail mutter. where they propose to Thursday, August 1912. confiscate a good portion of the THE TIMES. by a Teddyfobia is raging in all partsof the county and is spreading fast. Most dangerous and unpleasant diseases originate and flourish best among the colored population, but it is not tin case with Teddyfobia. Arizona wants a nickname. That ought to be easy, considering the number of states that have nicknames they' would like to get rid of. - SERGES 60c Quality Beat-tyvill- at 50c 2-- town's already limited streets. the yard Black and colors CLUB RATES. For the convenience of our subscribers', we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned : The Times and Courier-Journ- al $1.00 GOOD . Cincinnati Enquirer 1.10 Louisville Herald 90 Home and Farm 75 Inland Farmer 1.00 American Farmer 00 Southern Agriculturist 75 METHODS, FACILITIES aria TREATMENTattradl Popular Cloth in Colors and Black 25c. EVERY WOMAN CAN CHOOSE "Publication of the names of campaign contributors'' is what Roosevelt's progressive party promises. After the progressive party has been elected to power a law will be put on the statute books requiring that the names of all who contribute to the cam-I- t lign funds of the various parties shall be printed before the election. Will the new party show its faith in this declaration by publishing the names of those who contributed to the Roosevelt primary campaign fund and to the fund now being raised for thu progressive party? This is an interesting question and ou should pass it on to the progressive newspaper and to the progressive politician. It would not bo a bad plan to put the question up to Theodore Roosevelt CUSTOMERS. YOU will find them all at the CLAY CITY NATIONAL BANK A morning dress An afternoon gown A smart coat Of individual character Simple or Luxurious from : which is seeking YOUR bank account. mwammmMmmmEmammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm Full line . PUBLIC We take plies. 1 NOTICE. an invitation to sup- The Summer Butterick Fashion Quarterly Price 25c, with any Dress,Goods All colors Popular prices. BUTTERICK this method of further extending PATTERN FREE the buying public to come to our store and get their For several weeks we have been supplying many MRS. J. W. WILLI AHS. customers in this vicinity with what they need at a great saving of money. Now that we are started, we want to still himself. His address is Oyster Ray, Now York. One hundred thousand letters asking this very portineut and interesting question would no doubt elicit n mighty roar from the Big Moose! Exchange. extend our trade further. Our one great is appeal for your trade Low Prices on what you to eat and wear. our price on four staple must have We are save you going to give you. just show you. how USE HAP17 11V1 U rh MILLS FliOTXE IT RISES AWAY ABOVE all other brands of Hour with the housewife who loves good homemade breud when hIio uses the PEARL Hour. Its uniform quality and excellence never disappoints her. It is the best all around Hour on the murket and gives your hreul that tempting luid delicious flavor that nlway delights the 'over of good bread when you use the PEARL Hour. It seems too bad that Mr.Taft's fibinet is breaking up now, with imxt March so far away. articles to we can Besl money: SWEET CLOVER 'great fertilizer, and a hardy vigorous ftiruue plant for hay and Will grow in any soil, Cun be sown i vku in rnekv phieo. .with spring nii, or sown alone in M iv for meadow, and sown in with com at the last cultivation. Price f i""d, nnil fircular how to trow it A pat-lurI Patent Flour Made, Sugar, - Granulated - $3.00 per cwti 6 cts. per llx 13 Meat and Lard, " it k Lard in 50 pound cans, $5.75. Everything' in These are only fair samples of other prices. the house is sold at the same low price. E Give us a tarial. v. III III. n ll'li .( f( UOt'WAWA t!PICP.. ralmoutli, 1. . Ky. H. Q. CRABTREE & COMPANY. '.'. Mtfde.by J. ANDREW CAIN, Versailles, i Ky, i jr.. J" w .:-- , 'v. THE A IIOMK-MADE TIMES. PAPER. THURSDAY, AUGUST 2, 1012 LOCAL BREVITIES. Morgan McKinney, of Win- chester, was in the city Saturday. Mrs. E. B. McGlone is visiting relatives in Carter county this week. Ladies', Misses' and children's sli, pers nt summer sale prices. Mrs. J. V. Williams. t- Miss Mary Edith Mi.o, of Quicksand, is spending the week with relatives and friends in the city. Oattle were very brisk on the Mt. Sterling market Monday. There were 5,000 to bo sold and they were cleared out soon as they could be weighed up. A. O. Barnes visited his brothIt. L. Shiinfessel and Leo Mc- Mt. Sterling er, Bud Barnes, at Levee Sunday hereon were in Monday and disposed of a large and Monday. drovo of rattle. Edwin Hose also Indian Killed on Track. sold a pair of mules on this mar- Near Pochelle, III., an Indian et. went to sleep on a railroad track The Trials of Traveler. and wus killed by the fast exptcss. "I iiiii a traveling Halesmnn," writes He paid for his carelessness with :. E Ynimgi; E. Berkshire Vt, "and his life. Often it is that way when wa often troubled with constipation people neglect coughs and colds. and indigestion till I beg.ui to ue Don't risk your life when prompt Dr. Kind's New Eife IMOs, wlii.-l- i I use of Dr. King's New Discovery have found an excellent letnedy. will cure them and so prevent a 'or all stomach, liver or kidney dannerous throat or lung trouble. troubles they arpruneiiualed. Only "It completely cured me, in a short 25 cents at all dealers. time, of a terrible cough that followed a severe attack of Grip," Work on our county roads writes J. R, Watts, Floydada, Tex. seems to have simultaneously be"and I regained 1f pounds in gan in all parts of the county. Quick, weight that I had lost." We hope to see the good work safe, reliable and guaranteed. ZiPc continue until Powell will have and 81.00. Trial bottle free at all the best roads of any of her sisdealers. cough heavy ItcriIiiiiiI- -u 1;m!i The worried mother wakes up to h:ar licr perhaps the croup or whooping cou.i.li. She doc not want to send or this ot doctor when perhaps the trouhtc does not amount to much. I'insIly Mie thinki by that medical book her father gave her, The Common Sci.se Melc. Advuer, R. V. Pierce, .VI. D. She says ' just the thing tn find out whet is the matter with miwo million nousenoius in mis cuumry uv hmding. A.1 , i.. the little dear." gooi 11 - be had for only 31c. in stamps 1,000 pages In splendid cioth I.is hm' ( ty.nny wonieu family adviser in any emergency. It is for either sex. :., rn.r.n a r;Meih which lir.u tn him " Fnvnriti Prescr ntion. n made thousands of melancholy and miserable women cheerful r.ml hrppy. by curh.jj the painful womanly diseases which undermine a woman s health oud strength. "My desire U tn vrito a fow lines to let c- !.nw whfti .mi.-your vnltmlile. miHlcinn nan none, mr m I.lAnoAtiKT JirKiitasT. of rtM S. lientahm Street. 1 UilmT;, I hnu-- e as :i r. J.M. ' Befon the .torck camn to otir woman. I wrote vou for advice, which w:i kindly plvvn 'ui.t which made nm a different wnmsm In n liort tune.1 A.'' tiikln? the flr-- t liottle of 'Favorite iMinrovlns so that I hardly know I win In such a condition. I did my own housework washing and Iroiilnir, cooum?. sewiiiK. nnd the worst of all nursed three children who nan whooping cntmh. I hardlv knew of the advent ten mlnuteis . hefurr -- o easy was It. Tho baby I a fat as a butter-ballPr. IMot Vs K'avorlto I'rerlntlon U the best imillclnn for niir worn m to take wheu la tula coudltioa. 1 recommend .1 Mn3.ZcnEBT and nine, to all my Iriniulj." . tf j C2 ter mountain counties. When in Need of Don't forget our Summer Clear- ance Sale of spring and summer tendance. Mrs. J. W. Williams, goods. A meeting of 37 tie inspectors of the New York Central lines will be hoi 1 at Toledo, Ohio next Tuesday for the purpose of witnessing a creosoting process Mr. J. T. on railroad ties. Potts,, of this city will be in at Flying nen Fall victims to stomach, liver and kid ney ttoubles just like nther people, with like results in loss of appetite, backache, nervousness, headache, and tir'.d, listless, But there's no need tc feel ike that as T. D. Peebles, Henry, Tenn., proved. "Six bottles of E- lectric Bitters." he writes, "did more to give me new strength and good appetite than all other stom ach remedies I used." So they help everybody. Its folly to suffer when this great remedy will help you from the first dose.' Try it." Only 50c at all dealers. run-down ONE OP of a "irapsy' down the thr-.clilslien destroys tho worms and save j tho cMci'1 life. A tin drop In tho ilrinSinc watci Builder's Hardware, Cabinet Mantles, Grates, Tiles, Farmers should remember it is a five dollar fine to allow thistles to seed on your place. And while you are cutting the thistles why iiot cut all the other filth on your place. It has rained every day this week. CURES find Ff? EVENTS GAPES white diarrhoea, rout), cholcr ami other ciiUk diseases. Cooking or Heating Go to or Write Stoves, feel-in- BourbonPcuUryCure Makes 12 Gallons of Medicine. n bottle ol Every poultry raiser ',, mea cino on nuiu vl imd Booklet ou "Diseases of Fowls." Address. BOURBOS REMLDY One GOc Dottle o The ground is now wet ter than it has been for three or four months. Early corn is now safe from drouth which may later come. Elder J. I. Wills, of Beatty-ville- , will preach at Powell's Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, WKJUKT, icuasron. nr. Bourbon Poultry Cure is the best remedy I have ever tried nml I have . .1. : 1 i t t ... i years. Mrs. Geo. E, Rapier, Bards-towKy. -Poultry I have V alley church Saturday and Sun-SitdCure two years and 1 just could not raise any chickens without it. I have mornings afc 11 o'clock and case of Rapes since l uegan at Salem cfiurch Sunday after-noo- n Apple vinegar 100 per cent, pure not una aMrs. V. P. Bracey, Basker-villusing it. Va. at 3 o'clock. a? cents per gallon. Apply at this SOLD BY The protracte'd meeting con ofllce. C. SHIMFESSEL, CLAY CITY, KY. ATKINSON & LYLE, STANTON. tinues at the .Christian church ar n, Winchester, - Ky. e, with great interest aud good There are about twenty additions to date, all but three of these are by baptism. s. Hillikan Business School, LEXINUTON, BOOKKEEHNQ, KV. SHORTHAND, SPRING and SUMMER GOODS, We invito you to call and see TYPEWRITING. The big Blue Grass Fair was tho most successful of any ever This school lias turned ouj liun STRAWBERRY PLANTS before held from every point of dreds ot men and women who are successes. It will make Grape Vines, Asparagus, Rhubarb, view. The receipts were suifi Roses, Peonies, Phlox. a success of von. for the management to li cient quidate all of its debts. Evtr thing For Director of Experiment Station Dead. Prof. M. A. Seovell, director of Fruit and Shade Trees! cir new stock of Spring and Summer Goods and get our prices. You are also invited to c.ill and see and get prices on anything else that you may need. v'e .Write for Catalogue. ORCHARD, LAWN and GARDEN. NO AGENTS. try to keep every thing the people want. Every one should be interested in learning where they can get the most for their money, and where they can get merchandise that will best suit them. It takes a little time to look is, but around and satisfy yourself as to for as you As stated above, we try to FREE CATALOG. 1tr the Kentucky "Experiment Sta tion and Dean of tho College of Agriculture, State University. died at his home near Lexington last Thursday night. Prof. Sco years did and veil was fifty-livhad been director of the Lxperi nient Station since 1885. -- where this place it is time profitably spent, H. F. Hillenmeyer& Sons, Lexington, Ky. know, "Money saved is money made". keep every thing tho people want. We can not, though, here call attention to every thing, hut will mention tho following lines StOTW e M WMW W M W5 j3 I I which wo want you to know that we curry. Will Move to Texas. Judge T. J. Fletcher will have OAIMTAIj STOCK, 8100,000 i SURPTiUSANDON- K DIVIDED PKOl'ITS, 200,000 R "Queen Quality" and "Huston Favorite" Shoes for Women we have them in tho new things in white, tans, dull finish, kid and shiny leathers in shoes, boots and low cuts. public sale of his household and kitchen furniture Saturday, Ausiust 31st and move to Minmi, Texas. He will also sell his res- idenco in this city. See posters for particulars. The removal of the Judge from Clay City will be like the removal of an old land His numerous friends mark. hero will regret to see him nnd his estimable family depart from our midst. n P Winchester Bank, KY. OI WlNCHHTKH. THE "Walk-Ove- r shoes foi Men we have them in all the new low we have , styles in tans, gun metals and patent leathers, in shoes aud cuts. Men's and Boys' Clothing make-upr mnde-to-orde- them in them in the a perfect Dr. Miles' Anti-Pai- n E If.IIOt.I.Y Pills WlTIIKHSPOON, PHKH. OAHIIIKK. 3 K W. W. Sl'HAH, popular colors and luteal In also take measures for I and at prices to suit all. We suits and guarantee Children's Hats We think we will help you, as they YOUR ACCOUNTS SOr.TOITED have helped others. Good jj fit. Millinery Goods our Women's, Misses and we are trimmed by one of leading firms of the country. at War. things everlasting There are two ly at war, joy and piles. But Buck Are Ever len's Arnica Salve will banish piles in any form. It soon subdues the itching, irritation, inflammation or swelling. It gives comfort, invites joy. Greatest healer of burns bolls, ulcers, cute, bruises, eczema ucalds, pimples, skin eruptions, Only 25 cents at all dealers. "I have alwayn been subject to neuralgia and have suffered from It for years. While visiting my son and Buffering from one of the old attacka, he brought me a box of Pills. I used Dr. Miles' Antl-Pal- n them as directed and after taking them It was the first time In years the neuralgia ceased from the use ot medicine." MRS. K. C. HOWARD, 402 Greene 8t., Dowaglac, Mich. At all druggists, it dosss 25c. MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind. for all kinds of pain. Used to relieve Neuralgia, Headache, Nervousness, Rheumatism, Sciatica, Kidney Pains, Lumbago, Ataxia, Backache, Locomotor Stomachache, Carsickness, Irritability and for pain in any part of the body. can suit you in this lino, nnd know See can save you money. Electric Bitters Sucneed when cverythkg else fells. In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they ate the supreme remedy, as thousands have testified. our line of Ladies' and Gents' Furnishings, Haiti coats Work Pant, Trunks, Suit cuses, Mattings, Wall Taper, Sewing Muuhines, Huggies, & etc., & etc. In fact see us for anything you need, as wo can save you money. Watch for our sj eclal sale days ads in other columns of this paper. FOR KIDNEY .LIVIR AND TOM ACH TROUBLE k fa over the best. medicine ever sold a druggist's counter. Hardwick & Co,. Stanton. J e i ISDN'S SPEECH P LABOR HIGHLY PRAISED Press and Public Men Join Chorus of Approval, DiSOREET, ABLE, AND THE RIGHT. RULE OF 'Tylimln IIIl:LSIt)li DOI'li. 121am ' mis because Feudist. In SAFE, SANE, "Will Impress the Country Favorably," Declares William JennIngsBryan. "Admirable Pronouncement," 8ayt Clinmp Clark "Appeals Strongly to Every Leg'timate Business Interest," Declares John W. Kern. Admirable Speech, lion. Wlilinni .1. Bryan. "Governor Wilson's speech of acceptance Is It Is original in Its treatment of (lie Imjiics or the campaign. 1 am sure tlie iiiltlress will Impress tbo counAn The working people of America If they must be distinguish ed from the inliiurlly that constitutes the rest of It- - are. ol cottrbc, the backbone of the lui tlou. No law that afeguards their life, that improves the pnyleal and inoral conditions nmh-which they live, that makes their hours of labor rational and tol erable. that gives tlieiu freedom to act In their own interest and that protects them where they cannot pritect themselves can properly he regarded as clii 'S legislation or as anything lint as a measure taken In the Interest of tho whole people, whose pan uershlp hi right action we are trying to establish and make real and practical. It Is in this spirit that we shall act If we are gen nine spokesmen of the whole country. From Woodrow Wli son's Speech Accepting the Democratic Nomination. r utid coiitipqiieiitly more 'clangor lie just discovered ur. Germs is scared of the mountains, that his birth happened siintll- - The mountninsnrc scared ofDr.Cler.n.many fountains taneously with that of I'oliccninn Wo are scared only of bliiegraiM Of Ilookfeller nnd Becker. OVER 66 YEARS' EXPERIENCE Mimnurii.ga of a Fcudi.t Ill me 50 Years Ago. of the mail I kilt And .u the butcher knife in his rib li' the hilt ; The fieezin' nxx'eilt of fear stood upon my wrinkled brow, Which fotili lecollectiens of hisdern ole liriildle coxv. He xxouldn't keep the o!e heifer out o' my 'later patch. And I j;ive 'im onle.sto never ngain lift my cubit Inttli; lie .'ot sine nnd wouldn't speak tkliis 'liunlieis.l eid the ghost Farm Drain Tile j Make Youc I5y VVct Land Productive. I RADC MftHIXB nenillng n ntcclrh nnd description nm opinion frco whether en nnlrklf asoortnln our pntenlnMo. Coinmunlra. liirontloTi la prouablr the use nf drain tile you ean py field into the most productive (iood tile, spot tin your farm. properly placed, not only carries oil surplus- - xvater, it admits nir to the soil and makes it easy to work. coiiMii, niy wife, , nd I i receded to butcher him with It improves any soil. The inereacc tny butcliur'knifc in the value of the land is many limes the cost of the tile The first year's crop from tiled land pays life Saint. for It. Any boilv can do the work g linrd'-thweek He lahois successfully. Write for particuIn the elm iind'.ljtech and birch; lars or cell at our plant. hit en the SabbTth he never goes To loxvn to the'Cliristiaiis' church. Red Brick & Tile turn that low, wet, useless, swam- ' rwii Anyone Copyrights Ac. DE0IGN8 Iliiiismrlcllrronndcntlnl. HANDBOOK on I'alrnts aunt frco. Oldest npenrr forccurlna Piitcntn. t'ntenta taken lllrouuh Jluim A Co. recetrc iprchil notlcr, without ohnrao, In the Scientific jftneiicatn Branch office, 035 V handiomelr lllnatraled weeklr. I.nreeat of anr aclcntllln loiiruul. 'J'rrins. $3 a roars (our months, l. Sold brail newadenlera. A MUNN New York F BU Waahlngton. D. C. live-lon- River try favorably." Appeals Strongly to Every Legitimate Business Interest, .lolin V. Kern, Senator From Indiana. "Sovertior Wilson's speech of nc-- i i'p!:iin-- ' :i masterpiece, setting forth with gient clearness his conception of the work in he accomplished by the I)eiiiicr:iiic party under his leadership It is in complete harmony with the prdgri'slve sentiment of the country, dm als-- appeals strongly to every legitimate business Interest." Vill Take High Rank. Chump Claris. Speaker of the IIoue of liepn'M'iitattves. Considered from n literary s midpoint, Governor speech of acceptance will take lih:li rank In the political output of the enr. It will make pleasant reading anil therefore will prove n fetching campaign document. He discusses the Issues of the day philosophically, clearly and forcibly. Its courteous tone will allay opposition and win him friends. It Is an admirable pronounce juent." B?ttls Hymn of Democracy. Senator Gore of OUlahoma.-'T- ho closing sentence of his speech will Income the battle hymn of Democracy In the ponding campaign: 'I thank God and take courage.' It Is at once a paenn of praise and Is a summons of patriotic duty." Discreet, Able, Safe and Sane. John E. Lamb, From Indiana. "Speech is discreet, able, safe and sane. Governor Wilson believes in the etllcacy of tbo scalpel rather than the his stick. Ills dissection of trust and tariff evils is unhpie and convincing. His suggestions of re- form In methods of government nud reduction of tariff schedules will meet with approval of legltlmnto business and the laboring masses ns well." Points the Way For Justice. rioke Smith. Senator From Georgia. "I am delighted with Governor Wilson's speech of acceptance. It is a superb statement of the present purpose of the Democracy and points tho way for Justice to nil through real progress by law under the constitution. With Ids election assured. It should give conlldence to h.uest business and new courage to those who need a bijuare deal " Wli-Mill- ' j Governor of New i'k. "Governor Wilson's speech of iptnnco Is marked with broad vl-and clear thought, expressed In ullage every American can under-Mil- . As a business man and niann Hirer, I am especially pleased with positive and statesmanlike position tiie paramount Issue of tariff re in and his demand Tor an Immedl downward revlslnu. In sincerity, .else statement and comprehensive 'isp of great principles and their ap trntlnn of the fundamental needs ot lie country the speech is lo the core. It contains i'Iio appeal to passion and excites no prejudice Governor Wilson has presented to and to the nation clear rourep tion of tho truth that the real trug gle in the pending rampalgii is lie tweeii the concentrated powers of prlx ilege and the aspiration of the Amen 'an people to realize in their gin em meat and their economic lmliistri.-and social relations the full measure-- f the principles of freedom Justin it"! progress, upon wliMi the retinblli To ail III" Issues anil xvas founded "Very national need Goxernoi- Wilson "litilies the 'rule of right iand common advantage." The reform lie adxocates . hut they are ueces are sar.v. sound and practical. The speech and-stl- r the national will liwiikf-to a triumph that and l wit) restore to the people the control if their government nnd Inaugurate a new nnd Iriptiler epoch In the life anil development rf I lie republic" Will Ring Through the Country. .!ilin A. Dlx, a lie worries nut .o'er And lie does no furrin hoggin' : flu y say lie's, a'hopeics 'K.iso lie won't' do their bootloggiu'. lie 'tity to hum ai;d minds his dcarbi And earns chuck for his mother: Ul fin riti heathen may go to hades U'.iin he call help a l.illsidc brother. Ciioni -. Company, STANTON1, - Very Serious ask for one medicine and have the For this wrong ons Given yon. reason we urr;e you in buying to bo careful to get the genuine It is a very serious matter to KENTUCKY Liver Medicine ratntiiraut-lc- r BANK REFERENCES. Twvv 2 cents In tntm4 for Inrnlitnhl nuvv IU UUISIN nna SELL rATENTS. r.3 ''" X. Iilrli uik4 will iny, J IMU-- Ur una otlier II, nr to get n lurttier, ft1 raluaLle Information. Silent Saint, OhSaint. If there's a pure ) even, A d if lroiiii'ti7obtilned In till conr.trlM on Ma rec. Vx pain unit Copjrlnht j Send skeirli, iilrMlel or Clioto. lor rKSE REPORTvn ther ain't; .lefl'ei-sonia- You're worthy of seven. Fro n the y in Snil Bugle. The Gentleman of the Tripod serves notice on ull loafmust not ers that they ti ii cigarettes from our compositor. We have mi many delinquents who won't pay up thut we curt aii'ord to pay him enough to buy so many. Our toxvn board hud belter have t'ie sidewalks lixed. One ot" these days.Vnnie sdill raiding galoot will getJfXYhat, ho needs andsueJlio townftmTiJod knows the loxvn hasn't got thejnc.ney '. to pay a line. Our Ciatiio Warden ro(iiepfs us so serve notice on till liuntets Gix rrii.it George W. Donaghey. Ar- - that they must secure license to l..ilisi!s. "it xvas a gieat speech, It kill any vnruunt bt.t ISuil lug through the country It ts .MooH'(ts). The! ' what Ik- should have said Salyersville and Nexv York are people li.ive neve! telt mole conllileiii since the lirsl nomination of uettiut: lo be big- rays in of he Glover Cleveland." limelight of notoriety. Oh, you Iowa For Vilson. Sunday Jacksun Judge Martin .1. Wade, loxva -- "For and adthe tlrst time sn. e the state xvas mitted to the I'lilon loxva xvill tills .xear Hunk Miller, our desperado, give its electoral vote to the Democratlri become wry much elated for president." ic nominee ly ri vibibm a a a jit iU.SWli-- ILAWYERS, uUi & PATENT Ji 1303 Seventh St., 'Washington, D. C. The reputation of this old, reliable medicine, for constipation, indigestion and liver trouble, is firmly established. It doc3 not imitate other medicines. It is better than others, or it would not be the favorite liver powder, with a larger sale than all others combined. SOLD IN TOWN F2 i . SlJtWRY Eiipt-Hoiim- i l. OF L. EtlWtive May Stations. & E. 1DU. TlflE TBLE. West-lionnc- l. No. '.', Daily. 1'. M. 1 ::55 No. I, Daily. A. M. No. 1, No. :,, Daily A. M. .8:5Q--- Daily. P. M. -- I fam-arli'iur- T:20 8:0:J-- , ,5:35 4:3? 1 .e.-u- :3f 2: 10 2 .'!: "8:18' 8 ::i2 S :r.o it :(K) !i :".") 05 -- Intlmn Fields, CLAY CITY, , v " ': aril :28 ;i a? :) I I Stanton. Kowlyn, Fils-on- , !i:12 U :'27 ' Cntnpton Jr.tictlon, 7:19 7:10 7:05 (! ' 4:22 4:05 3:ofi 3:51 3 :4o :5!) !i -- ::i2 xx 111 r i :)4 !):I4 10 1 Ju-- - :': 1 Natural Torrent, O. (fc IC. .liickson , Bricli-e- , 0:13 G:40 0 3:30 :i :25 3:12 2 :.r.l 1 :r.7 1 o:tu r :.-- .hit, .1 sin--es- s - I m: :.'.") unction, 0:03 5:10 :() 1 Quicksand, 1:25 i ' school-lookin- CONNECTIONS. LKXINlSTON: Train No. 1 will tnMe connection at l!t'.infjton with In. for Louisville, Ky. No. 3 will 'make connection the J.. with the L. & N. nt Winchester for Cincinnati, O. CAMI'TON JUNCTION: Train Nos. 1, 2, 3 and 4, will make connection with Mountain Central Hallway to and from Catnpton. HKATTY VILLK JUNCTION: Trains Nos. 1, 2 and 3 will make with the L. ife A. Railway for Beattyville. K. JUNCTION: Trai"s Nob. L, 3 and I will make connec O. tion with Ohio & Kentucky Railway for Cannel Citj, Ky. and con-lucti- Lays His Soul Bare. O AK otatiiitij. John F. Fitzgerald, Mayor of Boston. "Governor Wilson's acceptance U characteristic or the man, He lays his soul bare to the people and asks them to Join with him. Irrespective of parly. In righting present wrongs without undue clamor or Injury to legitimate InHe lays, eniphnsls on contel ests strictive thinking, and I bellcvo this epltomi.i s one of the nnllon'-- i greatest needs .it the present time. It will be President Wilson overwhelmingly in November." Progressive, but Not Wild. Thomas Mutt Osborne, Auburn. N. Y. "Goven.or Wilson's speech (Its the occasion at. il the niau progressive, but not wild, sane, strong and unmistakably D.'iiio' iatlc. It tnnkes an Inspiring opening of tho campaign, indicating cleiuly and nobly the spirit In which ti e leaders of our regenerated Democrat!'' party must work; not oue i f mere 'partisan make believe,' but of honesty and Justice toward nil n en ' CIIAS. SCOTT, GenM PasseiiRer Aent. Couldn't Walk! "I used to be troubled with a weakness peculiar to women," writes Mrs. Anna Jones, of Kenny, 111. "For sides. nearly a year, I could not walk, without holding-mI tried several different doctors, but I grew worse. Finally, our druggist advised Cardui for my complaint. I was so thin, my weight was 115. Now, I weigh 163, and I am never sick. I ride horseback as good as ever. I am in fine health at 52 years." y Th& Wife can work wonders w!ih or Husband who takes prida in the beauty of tho home TAKE Ye have thousands r.rrivin; "HANNA'S LUSTRO FINISH" "The Made To Walk on Kind" Old floors can berefmished in Mahoginy, Antique Oak or any color no matter whot surface you have, if ycu work according to directions, which arc simple and easily followed. "HANNA'S LUSTRO FINISH" is also used on all kinds of Furniture and Woodwork in the home. This Finish does not fade and is absolutely durable, and on this you may depend. Many of the ladies derive pleasure in this work of beautifying their homes. "WHY DON'T YOU?" The Woman'sTosiic Prophetic of Success. Cftvcri. .In. ' sj 1'ivli I r.i ittui'li. i.t Hillll'Olttl. , William II. .Mann of Vlr-HHunk It was an admirable n wise, conservative, i.e prophetic not only of but of Democratic if I'll M Ill s in coiiio." i. --- rtir,; Oovij-M't Tub "It i In Every Sentence. W I'lal-tt--ii d of Maine i , ! I f ,i sp'endid i In- - Auiirli'iiii y, .. i l,, I I PA'miv A- - ivvciiiop ,S: FOR 8ALC OY i I,,- ATKINSON LYLE, rin., r Stanton, of such letters, and more are dally. Such earnest testimony from those who have Lied it, surely proves the great value of this vegetable, topic medicine, f.r women. Cardui reiievts women's sufferings, and builds weak womm up to health .d strength. If you are a woman, give it a (rial. It shoui help you, for it has helped a milfrom pure, harmless, herb ingredilion others. It is ents, w'.ich act oroinp! and surely on the womanly organs. It 13 a good tonic. T.y itl Your druggist sells it. . p-iit-fur ivm, " 1 UWi to: l.ad.cs' Advisor Dept. Chaltanoosa Medicine Co., Cbattanooga. Ttnn.. book, "Home Treatment lor Women." sent (rce. J 58 lor Special Instructions, and sswcyyini