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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): August 29, 1912 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1912 cla1912082901_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 29, 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 iCITY TIMES. 81.00 a Year in Advnnc;. We arc here to help Clay Cilfftfie SarronnJing Country aoJ Ourselves. .1. R. Hunjlier, hililihhcr. VOL..)XVII. CLAY CITY. KY.iJHUllSDAY AUGUST 2!). 1912. NO. M STANTON COLLEGE FALL TERM OPENS examinations. MONDAY, SEPTEHBER and, Limited 1912.: 31 Large per cent of our students take firtt class certificates. dormitory facilities. One of the beft schools in Kentucky, Capable faculty of College Graduates. Special work for teachers ranges from Primary through High School. Terms low. Write for rates to Course of sludy in preparation for Rev. J. C. HANLEY, President, Stanton, Ky. School to Beglu Monday. The fall term of the Clay City Graded School begins Monday, September 2nd. Mr. J. D. Falls, the principal, will have charge of the school this year. Mr. Falls requests the hearty co operation of every patron, pupil and trus- tee. Bcmcmher that the Civil War wns caused by failure of of one state with another. But, when the contention was over, and war had ceased, the states came together forming one of the grandest nations on the globe. Where there is union there is Support is needed, support if wanfed, and must be had or the question of education will decline. There 16 no parent in this wide land that does want their child educated. There is but one way to do it. That is to with the teacher and make the child go to school. The pareut should visit the school often. Mr. Falls begs that ev,ery par-- j ent," pupil and trustee come to the opening exercises. Every minister of the gospel of every denomination in town, every Sunday school teacher, merchant and men of evervvoccupation are cordially invited to the school on the opening morning and every hour of session thereafter. Come one and all, and start the power. Mix Up Of Items. .ball of education rolling in every homo. The childom are Cod's A paper infiNashville, Tenn., seeds to bow the Held of humani- contained th following item ty in later years. which got mixed up between otiee and a stock a marriage Work for Gcod Reads. sale : The Carroll county, Ky., Dem"William Stnith, the onlv son ocrat well says: "Don't get so 'of Mr. and Ms. Josiah Smith, much concerned about politics and Mrs. Lucy. Anderson were that you will not give proper disposed of at public auction, one consideration to the question of mile east in tlite presence of sevegood roads. The rural home, the nty-five guest, including two public school and good roads are mules and twelve head of cattle. all questions of more interest to Rev. Jackson itied the nutial the average citizen than any po- knot for the parties, averages litical question that may be ,230 pounds qa the hoof. The sprung on a reading public. beautiful hoirievOf the bride was . t. . . M 1. it--. i. DlUKc iiib nome ui.iriiuuvc, uuitu j tJecorute 1 withwie sulky rake, np the school interest aim advo- one feed grinder and two sets of cate the building of good roads. work harnes8,-nearlnew, and These will give to the home life just beiore the wedding cere comfort and bring happiness to mony was pronounced, Mendel & Think more all concerned. Sons' weddingl march was ren- these and less about l) cow, live dered by years old, one Jersey cow and sheep, who- carried a bunch '"I was reared between two onebride's rosefjin her hand, wu6 of corn rows!" declared ihe politi- very beautiful She wore one cian who was trying to impress a light spring wagon, two crates of rural audience with his sympathy for them. y .i'Arpumpkin, Heck!" ejaculated Ulicle Jim, and trimmed with about 100 who Inid a faculty for sizing up bushels of spuds. The bridal people that was quite equal to couple left yesterday on an exthe politician's. tended trip. Terms cash." v Yaughn's Mill. j SPOUT SPRING. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Lewis, There will be preaching services of Winchester, are spending a at the Christian church Sunday, Sept. 1st. All are cordially in- - few duys with relatives here. vite(1, I Elder. I. I. Wills, of Beatty- ville, preached a line sermon at the Baptist church here Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Bush, of oiie?-milc- - Vaughn's Mill, spent Sunday with the family of Mrs. Bush's We wish to call your attention uncle, T. S. McKinney. to the Sunday school Convention Mr. and Mrs. K. A. Kirby left that shall be held at the Methodist church, Thursday, Sept. 5. yesterday for Ashkuin, Illinois spend a few weeks with Come and enjoy the day, we are to their son, Marion J. Kerby. going to havo a line time. Dinner on the ground. Charlie Snowden, of WinchesOverseers Baker and Wright ter, is here on a visit to hi on the Hardwick's creek road brothers, Dill and Asa Snowhave done some effective work den. He has sustained a very during the past three weeks. badly mashed hand. Bridges have been repaiied, new If it is Koosevelt's idea to ones made and the use of the up- road scraper, is the resulw "bust" the trusts by spending their money iu this campaign, he of its present good condition. to-da- Kev. Louis A. Fryman p'rench- ed his farewell sermon at the Methodist church the JJrd Sun- day inst. We have enjoyed his presence and regret to see him depart from our midst. may succeed. iiJstr-W- Bornv, Monday, daughter. August 2Cth ., PRESBYTERIAN . CHURCH Iuis reported that Judge T. B. Blakey, of JBeatty ville, wiU sure be a Bull Moose candidate for Judge of the Court of Appeals this fall. New Spring Millinery Just received from the city which combines the newest styles and lowest prices. A report conies from Frankfort to the elfect that Kentucky's fi nancial affairs are in such shape that immediate action is necessa ry to bring relief. 'Ihero is a deficit and the million dollars Confederate pensions will add $400,000 a year to the obligations. The proposed increase in tho franchise assessment of corporations from forty millions to $177,000,000, is intended to bring relief, but if the corporations resist a long fight in the courts will result. Iu the mean time, a legislative sesion to deal with the situation seems imperative. Services 2nd and tlrd Sabbuths of each month. B. S. Burgher has purchased Prayer Meetings, Wednesday evenings. the Judge Fletcher property and will move there about Sept. 10th. Rev. J. C. Hunley, Pastor. 3 WALDRON & & JOHNSON, Waltersville, Ky. We curry a full line of General MerchandUe are selling the goods to our lurge trade and und they tell us they are SHOES AT FIRST COST. $500 worth of Shoes have been marked down to fuSt coSt in order to get room for new goods coming in. In this sale will also be included a lot of An affidavit was made recently in the ollice of Speaker Clark by a reputable resident of Washington that he had overheard a plot to assassinate Congressman Ben Mr. Johnson, of Kentucky. Johuson's activity in reforming District of Columbia affairs is said to be the cause. Tho old method of making ing powder biscuit was the ute they were cut and in the pan to pop them iu tho oven. Try letting them rise from fifteen to twenty minutes bo f ore baking, and notice the dilfereuco iu size, lightness aud taste. bakmin, ... m Saving Money. You can do the same thing. If you are not already one of our many pleased customers, coiue round rome duy and give our place a Jook through and let us price you some of our goods.They wlllojienyoureyestoan opportunity. HATS and CAPS. Here's your opportunity to money. First come, first save some serve d. . Mr and Mrs. J. W. Olmtlin, of Sardis, Miss., aro visiting relatives in the city. Send Us Your Orders over telephone, by messenger or otherwise and if you live iu Clay City or near our store we will 'deliver thegoods'' SHIMFESSEL'S. Ill Judge McCorinjok, of Montgom. ery county, hasjoulled a local op- tiou election forhat county Sept. 8Pti.. .ml THE TIMES. t'UnLISDEP VKRT TUUH3DAT. Subscription rates SI a year or three years in ndvunce 82. J. E. Burgher, Publisher. Entered as second-clas- s mail matter. Thursday, August 20, 1912. CLUB RATES. For the convenience of our subscribers, we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned : The Times and " " " " " " $1.00 1.10 Cincinnati Enquirer JU Louisville Herald 75 Home and Farm 1.00 Inland Farmer 90 American Farmer Southern Agriculturist 75 Courier-Journ- al The price of sugar is not to be cents a pound, at least not as long as the present Republican Senate and President, remain in business at Washington. The Democratic House of Representatives, it will be recalled, passed a bill placing sugar on the free lsst. It was estimated this would reduce the price approximately 2 cents a pound. Another bill was passed placing a slight tax on incomes in excess of $5,000. This would have meant, in a few words, a transfer of a small portion of the burden of taxation from breakfast table to wealth. The corporation-controlled Senate has objected to this program, and both bills will die with the session. The Democatic program of substituting a tax on wealth for the tax on sugar was class legisi educed 2 a eystem is unjust, the income tax and free sugar bills were moves in the right direction. The average citizen of this country eats 80 pounds of sugar a year. A saving of 2 cents a pound would have meant $1.00 per person a year, or a saving of 8 to a family of five. Because of the obstructionists in the Senate, however, this saving is not to be. The people must go on paying an artificial price for sugar so that the poor old sugar trust shall not want for dividends on its watered stock, while the millionaires need not bother about paying a single penny of taxation on their wealth for the support, of the government. Perhaps some day it will be different. But it will not be until a Demo cratic Senate and President is to with a House of Representatives that is really trying to represent the will of the people of this country. Senator Dixe makes the an- here last Sunday. . Taff, will not nouncement Mr. Berry and wife of West get a single electoral vote. Now-le- Bend attended church at Kim-brepeople wriehave been afraid chapel last Sunday. the election nHht be thrown inW. Q. Patrick sold to 8. E. to Congress cifoe to worry. Wallace, of Irvine, two steers, The Taxas 'Kill that butted a weight 975 pounds for 5c per railroad trainVafjf the track must pound. h ve been some- kin to the bull Samuel Emba bought of Osmoose whiclOfflentIy butted the car Bowman one yoke of young Republican pirty off the track. cattle, weight 1280 pounds fdr ftt t ll nhanel and closed at Kim brell chapel last Sunday night. There were no additions but we believe much good was done for the people of the community. nnn - $65.00. Darifngsville. . Our overeeerf.Mr. R.L. Tipton is dome some line work on our roads. v.Born, Tuesdty, August 27, to Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Pattou, a : daughter. P. D. Todd viBited his brother, John M. Todd "in Clark county Saturday and Sunday. Elder J. I. Wills, of Beatty ville, preached at Powell's Valley Saturday, HSunday morning and at night. Bfo. Wills is a fine Dreacher and we hope to have him with us agMu. The new road through by the mill is now so you can pass over it. Many thanks to Mr. A. C Barnes who has been untiring in his efforts to, get a near way to the bridge when the river gets f The Western Newspaper Union that has been seeking a monopoly of the plate and ready-pribusiness has been frustrated by the decision of the Federal courts. After failing to buy up all their competitors they sought to drive them from business by temporarily cutting the price of plates up. half in two. They failed in this and have put their prices back ' up. nt Mr. Walter Olem, of this place and Mrs. Florenc Hisle, of Bloomingdale, were marrietl last week. Married atthe residence of of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Han is, Thursdav. Aug. 22, their only daughter, Lillie Harris, to Latidon Cooper. Owen Patrick and Miss Mary Tuttle were the attendants. Rev. L. A. Fryman officiated. Revs. L. A. Fryman, Harvey free. Johnson and H. J. Parson conSold by Druggists. Price, 75c ducted a week's meeting for the per bottle. two Methodist churches, Jackson Take, Hall's Family Pills for chapel and Kimbrell chapel. Thii meeting was begun at Jack- - constipation. that CQBtala rtercvry, as mercury will surely, destroy the sense of smell and completely derange the whole system wheh en tering it through the mucous surfaces. 8uch articles should never be used except on prescriptions from reputable physicians, as the. damage they will do is ten fold to the good yoa can possibly derive from them. Hall's Catarrh Cure is manufactured by F. .1. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O., contains no mercury, and is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. In buying Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine. It is taken internally and made in Toledo. Ohio, by F. J. Cheney and Co. Testimonials Beware of Omuneate tor Catarrh Klmbrell. Ben Stone has, bought of Mrs. The average man doesn't keep Rosa Adams her farm near here a piece of money long enough to for $310. make it necessary to send it to ' Butler Devary and Sam Gross, s9 SERGES 60c Quality at 50c the laundrv. of Roundtree, attended church the yard Black and colors lation, the standpatters and protectionists cried out in chorus. 1 hey were never heard to complain, however, .of, theexisfcing class legislation which permits the burden of federal tax ition to fall entirly upon the masses, tax-th- e average man, woman aud child on evory stitch of clothing they wear and everything else they must, have in order to live, while permitting fortunes to go untaxed. The nia868 of the people produce the wealth, aud by legislative advantage a few get possession of it, and now those few object, and have prevented, the transfer to wealth of even the small amount of taxation derived from the tariff on sugar, which is but one of more than GOO things on which the cousum-er- s pay a tax. They would prefer thaT the government contin ue to tax sugar instead of wealth because they eat no more sugar than the section hand on the ruilroad or the worker in the mill and therefore under the present system of protection are compelled to pay uo greater tax to the federal government than does the poorest man. GOOD .ati - riu.i TREATMENT attrad 17 A '11 IT: I rTTt" i iiLD ana Popular Cloth in Colors and Black 25c. EVERY WOMAN CUSTOMERS. CAN CHOOSE YOU will find them all at the LA :i T NATIONAL BANK which is seeking YOUR bank account. The A morning dress An afternoon gown A smart coat Of iadtvidual character J I Staple or Luxurious ffOSB Full line Shmt hie Btferick Dress Goods All colors PUBLIC NOTICE. We take this method of further extending an invitation to the buying public to come to our FashiM BUTTERICK Qiartdj PATTERN FREE 25c, wkk any Popular prices. tore and get their :sup-plie-s. For several weeks we have been supplying many customers in this vicinity with what they need at a great saving of money. MRS. J. W. WILLIAHS. Now that we are flirted, we waat to ftill further. extend our trade Our one great is v appeal for your (trade If a fiscal system which re quires a millionaire to pay no more tax to the national govern iiienc tnan tne section , nana or is fair and just, there ifl no need of reform ; but if such mill-worker Low Prices on what you to eat and wear. our price on four ftaple must 1 & give you have USE We aregomg to articles - to save rfc mm fi u it vi HILLS FLOUI, IT RISES AWAY ABOVE all other brands of Hour with the housewife who loves good homemade bread when she usee the PEARL Hour. Its uniform qunll-t- y and excellence never disappoints her. it is the best all around flour Oil the market and gives your breid that tempting am delicious flavor that nlwayti delights the 'over of ' good bread when you use the PEARL Hour. '. "W1 just show you hew we can you money: SWEET CLOVER 'great fertilizer, and a hardy vigorous fi inure plant for hay and Will grow in any soil, ji.i ht tire even in rocky place. Can be sown with spring oittp, or wvn alone in Miy for meadow, and sown in with corn at the last cultivation. Prices of seed, mid circular how to crow it vent on request. A Beit Patent Flour Made, Granulated Sugar, - -Meat and Lard, Lard in 50 pound cans, 1 $3.00 per cwt. ML r- 6 cts. per 3 44 44 lb. , if 1 ii J i i--i $5.75. Every tiling Give us a tnaC These are only fair samples of other prices. the house is sold at the same low price, 8 I HOKrlARA SEED CO., Falmouth, Ky. is. , i II. VJ. WIVW 1 IVIL, VVilirrtllil . Made .by J. ANDREW CAIN, Versailles, Ky, JHB TIMES. I Mrs. Chas. Groves, of CincinElder J. TTurpin will preach nati, Ohio, is visiling relatives at Powell's Valley Baptist church and frit.'inl8 in the city. Sunday morning. ml nriwwl from Indian Killed on Track. short stay with his brother, Near Pochelle, 111., an Indian jDuu Chirk, nt Livingston. went to eleepoh n railroad track and wus killed by the fast express, lit; i nuia ui i ravciur., "I urn a traveling salesman," writes lie paid for his7 carelessness with E E Youngs, E. Berkshire Vt,'iind his life. Often it is that way when Was often troubled with constipation people negleetjcqtigh8 and colds. find indigestion till I heg.m to use Don't risk yourslife when prompt Dr. King" New Eife Pills, which I me of Dr. King's New Discovery so prevent a have found an excellent lemedy will cure For all stomach, liver or kidney dangerous throat or lung trouble. troubles they are unequaled. Only "It completely' cured me, in a short time, of a terrible cough that fol5 cents at all dealers. lowed attack of Grip," L. & N. Railroad Kills Fish. writes J. R, Watts, Floydadn, Tex. i The Fish and Game Commis- "and I regained 13 pounds in sion is after the L. &. N. rail- weight that I had lost." Quick, road for using dynamite to blow safe, reliable and guaranteed. 50c out some big stones that were and $1.00. Triai bottle free at all blasted into the river during dealers. the construction of the new Hue of road through Southeastern o them-jt.nn- M Wonderful Cures ESogiOrtdci in dei'many .1. V. (ll.'iilr A HOME-MA-DE PAPER. THURSDAY, AUGUST 20, 1012 LOCAL BREVITIES. Several from here went to Natural Bridge Tuesday. Shelby Burgher is visiting his aunt, Mrs. Noah Rose, at Winchester. . Mr. and Mrs. Joe Holman, of Vinton, are visiting Dr. and Mrs. Win. 0. Martin. The use of simple herbs as remedies instead of the more concentrated and usually more dangerous inorganic substances, ha been revived very widely oi Tate. In Germany a new school of physicians has arisen .vhich throws out almost a whole of the pharmacopeia and relics on an adaptation of the method of wild animal) in curing themselves N. Y. World. It was Dr. U. V. Pierce, chief consulting physician to the Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute of Buffalo, N. Y., who first advocated the extended use of some of our native roots, such as : Golden seal and Oregon grape root, mandrake and queen's root, black cherrybark. These are the chief ingredients in Doctor Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, which has been so well and favori-.blknown for nearly half a century. A harmless clearer and stomach tonie that nature has provided. J. Donald M.vrttnsox of O.wlnlnir, N. Y. says: " I suffered for over flvo years with what tho doctors told mo dilated condition of Vic tUimurh, associated ti lth a catarrhal condition of same, nnd ncrvonn heart. I hnd trld .enoush mix. bismuth, gentian, rhubarb, etc., to float a ship nnd naturally thought tliero was no euro for me, but after readmit wnat eminent doctors said 01 inn curauvo nuniiups of tho Ingredients of Ooldnn Medical Discovery I gave It a fair trial. Took tho 'Discovery' and also tho 'Pleasant Pellets' and can truthfully say I am feeling better now than I havo In years. I cheerfully plvn nerrnKslon to print this testimonial, and If any 'doubting Thomas writes nin meUIcIno In tho I will 'out him wiso' to tho best J. D. Matjieson, Esq. country UHlay." 4 Ladies', Misses' and children's li, pers at summer sale prices. Mrs. J. W. Williams. Jefferson-ville- When in Need of t G. B. Martin, of was here last week visiting Kentucky. relatives in the county. The firing .of over six hunWin. ShimfeBsel, of Vaughn's dred dynamite blasts has killMill, is spending the week with ed a large quantity of the relatives in Clark and Fayette fish that was put in that stream counties. y tUe government about, a year ago. Don't forget our Summer Clearance Sale of spring and summer Flying Hen Fall Mrs. J. W. Williams, victims to stomaon, liver and kidgoods. Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Bush, of ney ttoubles just like other people, Winchester, are with relatives in with like results in loss of appetite, the city and will go today to backache, nervousness, heHdaclie, visit other relatives at the old and tir.d, listless, But there's no need to 'feel Furnace. likj; that as T. D. Peebles, Henry, The revival services at the Tejin., proved; "Six bottles or OhriBtiau church in this city Bitters." he writes, ''did came to a close Sunday night more to give me new strength and with 80 additions to the church, godd appetite than all other stomach' remedies I used." So they of which 25 were by baptism. tyelp everybody. Its folly to suffer The Boone's .Creek Baptist As- whdn this great remedy will help sociation will hold its annual you from the first dose. Try it. session with the Powell's Valley Only 50c at all dealers. church Tuesday, Wednesday and ; Apple vinegar 100 per cent, pure Thursday, September 10th, 11th 35 cent9 pergallon. r Applyat his' and 12th. run-down , v Builder's Hardware, Cabinet Mantles, Grates, Tiles, !oto ttie throat of a "capcy" cMckea destroys the worms nnd savci the c!i!cVi life. A Iswdropi In thoilrinVlne watei feel-in- i ft BOURBOS CURES and PREVENTS GAPES white diarrhoea, roup, cnoiers Cooking or Heating Go to or Write Stoves, nu'l other e:ilt' diseases. One 50c Qotlie of ItoiirboR?euIiryCure Makes 12 Gallons of Medicine. . .U - hstftln ! REJiEST nI this medicine r irtn1 WtIM for tree sample and Booklet on "Dikeuie ol Fowls." Address, CQUPMT, Leilngtan, Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, Ij. Bourbon Poultry Cure is the best remedy I have ever tried and I have been in the poultry business for forty years. Mrs. Geo. t3 Hapier, Bards- Cure two years and 1 just could not raiee any chickens without it. I have not had a case of gapes since I began using it. Mrs. W. P." Brncey. Baskcr- ville,.Va. T.' I have now used Bourbon Poultrv Winchester, - Ky. Dr. Martin reports the following births: To Mr. and Mrs. riillikan Business ScIiojI, Thornt Baker, Saturday, August LEXINGTON, KY. 24th, a daughter; to the wife of BOOKKEEI'INO, SHORTHAND, Jim Martin Saturday, August TYPEWRITING. 24th, a daughter; and to Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Patton Wednesday, This school has turned out hun the 28th, a daughter. dreds of men and women who & STRAWBERRY PLANTS & J. H. Williams, of Mt. Sterling, are successes. It wilhnake Q rape Vines, Asparagus, Rhubarb,, was here Thursday. He and his a success of you. Roses, Peonies,' Phlox. father, John W. Williams went Everything1' Far upon Hard wick's creek and Write for Catalogue. ORCHARD, LAWN "and QARDEN. 14 1,000 bought of T. J. Wright pound cattle at Scents per pound NO AGENTS. FREE CATALOG. and 18 yearlings of S. G. Baker Constipation, if Neglected, at the same figure. H. F. HiIIenmeyer& Sons, office, sold ,1, 11Y - C. SHIMFESSEL, CLAY CITV, KY. ATKINSON & LYLE, STANTON. SPRING and SUMMER GOODS. We invite you to call and see our new stock of Spring and Summer Goods and get our prices. You are also invited to call and see nnd get prices on anything else that you may need. We 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. Fruit and Shade' Trees! It takes a little time to look where this place is, but it is uround and satisfy yourielf as to. time profitably spent, for as you As stated above, we try to We can not, though, here call Causes Serious Illness Constipation, know, "Money saved is money made". keep every thing the people want. Meeting will be held at Mammoth to almost innumerable complications affecting the general health. Many cases oi Cave, October 4th and 5th, 1012. typhoid fever, The States composing the Assoappendicitis and ciation are Indiana, Kentucky other severe diseases are traceand Tennessee. Their aim is to able to prolonged good roads in every county clogging of the have bowels. Regard-th- e of the three States and in every effects of part of every county. constipation, C. Pall Term. e The fall term of Stanton will begin September 2nd. More of our boys and girls of the county should attend than do. Remember this, young mau and young lady, and make preparations to attend this splendid school this fall and winter. You will never regret it we are sure Col-leg- The Tri-Stat- e Good Roads if neglected, leads Lexington, Ky. attention to every thing, but will mention the following Hues which we want you to know that we carry. jg OAPITAXj stock, 9100,000 200,000 3 SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS. THE "Queen Quality" and "Boston Favorite" Shoes for Women we have them in the new things in white, tans, dull finish, kid and Bhiny leathers iu shoes, boots and low cuts. "Walk-Ove- in after years. Are Ever at War. There are two things everlasting-lat war, Joy and piles. But Arnica Salve will banish piles in any form, ft soon subdues the ituhli'g, irritation, inflammation or, swelling. It gives comfort, invitee joy. Greatest healer of burns, boll, ulcers, outs, bruises, eczema, scald, pimples, skin eruptions. Only 25 cents at all dealers. y with constipation and biliousness for years, and at times' liernme so bad I would become unconscious. I have been found in that condition many times. Fhyslplana did, not eeem to be able to do me any good. I would become weak and for days at a time could do long- - ago 1 got a box no work. Not of Dr. Miles' Laxative Tablets, and after using them found I had never tried anything that acted In such a mild and effective manner. I believe I have at last found Uie remedy that sulta my case." E. Ayers, 6 Sabin Montpelier, St., says: Vt., "I won afflicted r Winchester Bank. Oir WlNODBTBB, KY. shoes I01 Men we have them in all the new - styles in tans, gun metals and patent leather,- in shoes and low we have , outs. 3 Men'o and Boys' Clothing make-up- them in them in the E popular colors and latest in also take measures for made-to-ord- and at prices to suit all. We W. R. Sl'UAH, OASniKR. YOUR ACCOUNTS SOLIOITKD Xtf jfAi'iStiifc StiStiiSiiitiSti, ikA 9 fit. Millinery Goods suits and guaruiitee a perfect our Women's, Misses and Children's Hats We think we i'S K art trimmed by one of leading firms ol the country See can suit you in this line, and know we can save you money. Buck-Iuii'- b Thousands of people are sufferers from habitual constipation and while possibly' realizing something danger of this condition, yet of the neglect too long to employ proper curative measures until serious illness often results. The 'advice of all physicians is, "keep your bowels clean, and it's good advice. Dr.' Miles' Laxative Tablets are sold by all druggists, at 25 cents a box containing 25 'doses. vJf not found satisfactory, your money is returned. MILES MKOICAL CO., Electric Bitters Ewcetd wbts everyttag elae Ml, la nervosa proatiatia and female weakneaaea they ar the aupreme thouMuida Iwva tattlfied. waedy, our line of Ladies' and Gents' Furnishings, Rain coats Work Tants, Trunks, Suit cases, Mattings, Wall Paper, Sewing Machines, Buggies, & etc., & etc. Iii fact see us for anything you need, as we can frave you money. Wateh for our special sale days ads in other columns of this paper. Elkhart, lit. FOB KIDNEY. UVIR AND STOMACH TIMHII tv sold ovar a druggiatfl Hardwick & Co,. Stanton.J WILSON STANDS ON Josephs Farm Drain Tile Make Your Wet Land Productive. By the uao of drain tilo you can py field into the most productive spot 6n your farm. Good till, HISREC8H3 Daniels Inyites Close turn that low, wet, useless, swam- Study of Writings. SLANDER WON'T WIN NOW. Chairman of Democratic Publicity Bureau Pointi Out Error of Campaigns of Prv!ou Years and Finds a Good Moral" Roosevelt Also Wrote Books and Made Bitter Attacks on Various Men and Classes. New York. losupbus Daniels, chulr mini of the publicity committee of the Democratic national commltlee. suld properly placed, not only carries olT surplus water, it admits air to the soil and makes it easy to work. It improves any soil. The incrcace in the value of the land is many times the cost of the tilo. The first year's crop froni tiled land pays for it. Anybodv can do the work successfully. Write for particulars or cp II at out plant. Red'River Brick & Tile Company, STANTON, - KENTUCKY. today: "Kli;ht years ago. during Hip presi leutlal riimpalgn of 1U04 I came to .Wu- - Vork, and, being a of national committee. I drop vd In at the headquarters of the com mlttee. I found the literary bureau of (lie committee very actively ensured In peru-dathe volumes of Theodore When 1 saw on every desk Itoosevelt. The Winning of the West,' 'The IJ.V if Thomas I. Denton' at.d a half dozen others of the works of the then IU iiithtlcun nominee for president I won dered whether or not I had got luto the riyht place. was Immediately set aright, when I was Informed that the literary young men were engaged In culling from those books some of the many denunciations and bitter crltl clsms and attacks made by Theodore K.iosevelt upon public men and mens-'iiv.and his aspersions upon great representative bodies of our people, such ,is worklngmen and fanner. "I found them preparing to send forth broadcast nil over the laud such excerpts from the writing of Theodore Itoosevelt as: ' 'Cowboys are much better fellows and plcasanter companions than small farmers or agricultural laborers, nor are the mechanics and workmen of a great city to be mentioned in the same breath.' " 'Mr. Bryan and his adherents have appealed to the basest set In the land the farmers.' "'They (worklngmen. who object to government by injunction) ar not in sympathy with men of good minds and sound civic morality.' Hits Quaker Too. "They quoted from what he said about the Quakers, that thoso who would not fight were traitors to their country. "They said that when the farmers and workmen and the Quakers came to know whut Theodore Itoosevelt had written nbout them they would rise up with wrath and indignation nnd bury Theodore Itoosevelt beneath nn avalanche of votes. They said that Itoosevelt would not answer that exposure of bin views, nnd. of course, he uever did I agreed with them that It was the proper thing to do to herald these through the country. "As to whether or not that sort of .'ampalguing had any effect the result of the cumpulgn eight years ago speaks tor Itself. "The Republican party is attempting to do today the same sort of thing tint the Democrats tried in 1WS. 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U ft Coj'. New York Very Serious , Woodrow Wilson, Scholar and Statesman, Democratic Candidate For President. Stands on His Retard. "The attempt tn iittmli i.'iirrrnor Wilson because of irt:ilii which lit made In writing hNti.ry una in upon event of history ns they ii ,icurcil to in ns historian will fall signally. As one rciit metropolitan newspaper pointed out. .Mr. nnd his Ulntl art' simply 'Wow-luu against the wind.' (iovcruur Is rutiulug for president ou hU record us n public iiniu, und with that record the public Is fairly well conversant, and It will coutlmie to learn more ns the campaign progresses. "He la running for president on his rerord as governor of New Jersey Hintt-tneiit- s 111 g Wll-so- ill It Is a very serious matter to ask for one medicine and have the wrong one given you. For this reason wo urge you in buying to be careful to get the genuine Ptg upon them as they appeared to nu Impartial observer whose duty It Is to a.4 K.ACK-DnAUGr- iT wflte of things as they ure rather than they should be or.as he would have re seeking sou. to assail Governor Wll- - Liver Medicine The reputation of this old, reliable medicine, for constipation, indigestion and liver trouble, is firmly established. It does 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 Fa them. "Our Republican "brethren are entitled to all' the thunder they can ninUc out of Governor Wilsoti'p writings. hope they will read them carefully and thoroughly. They will be utile to gain a great deal of 'valuable Information, anil when thoV context Is read 1 f The average business man has awakened to the fact that It la n good Investment to give some of his time to political affairs. This Is one of Democracy's best signs of victory. wlmr ho until nml iltil In tlmr i.m.iw.lri nilher than what he wrote its a historian, ciiryulclluu events anil cotnuieiu Perhaps the Republicans, as represented by Taft. are sallstled vIMi the Payne-Aldrlc- h Tariff bill. But thenia ' along with the excerpts which have orlty of the voters are not been taken from his works for the purose of, placing him In a false light I have no SUPWRY OF L. '& E., TIplE TflBLE. fear as to.- the results. All West-Bounthat Is needed Is a thorough underEtleotive May 8, 1911. standing. "Ingersoll sought' to disprove Bible o. 2, No. 4, No. 1, Stations. truths and to assalliHoly Writ by the i)aily. Daily. Daily name methods whlclr the Itcpnbllcans Enst-Boun- No. 8, Daily. P. M. TS SMI Till" P. M.ff A. M. 7:20' 8:03 8:18 8:32 8:50 9,:00 A. M. Hanna's Green Seal . 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CA.MPTON JUNCTION: TrainB N'ob1, 9, U and 4, will make connection with Mountain Central Railway to and from Cunipton. HEATTYVILLE JUNCTION: Trains Nos. 1, 2 and 3 will moke with the I., k A. Railway for lieattyville. O. & K. JUNCTION: Tmi.8 Noe. 2, 3 and 4 will make connection with Ohio 4; Kentucky Railway for Cannel City, Ky. and LEXINGTON: Train No. 1 con-nbcti- II ii O. & K 6tutions. . C11AS. SCO'IT, Gen'l Paeenner Ageut.