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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): September 5, 1912 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1912 cla1912090501_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.): September 5, 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. 5 THE CLAY 9 lTY Y., THURSDAY llVJUti.t5. .1. 81.00 a Year in Advance. Wc are here lo help Clay City, the Sorronniing Country and Ourselves. E. IStinilicr, l'u hlilicr . VOL.. tX VII. To Set out Fruit Trees. CLAY CITY. No Race Suicide. SEPTEMBER A 5, 1912. NO. New School Law. :i(5 W bat We Have and What We Need. Dry Town. State Agricultural Commissioner Newman announced Tuesday that lie nnd President Barker of State University have reached nn agreement by which several tiiousand acres of fruit trees will be set out next year. The Agricultural Department will furnish the trees and the expert horticulturist from the University Extension Department will inspect and spray .the frees every year. The owners of the land on which the trees will be planted will all agree to market their fruit crops jointly. The orchard will be planted in different parts of the state, with a view to ascertain which section is best adapted to fruit raising. There will be several of these orchards put out in the mountain counties of Eastern With the births in Kentucky outnumbering the deaths two to one the growth of the population of the Sato is in no danger of decreasing. During the fiscal year there were 12,483 deaths from preven-tabl- e 732 births, while total death number 80,583. The "white plague" proved the most fatal disease, its victims totaling 5,131; typhoid fever, 1,035; cancer, 009; violence, 1,520; meningitis, 030; la grippe, GO, disease. There were 477. Children under one yeur who died numbered 5,230; peitois 05 The rates of or over, fl,8S0. death for ages between 5 and 05 Is small. Exposures. Prize Composition on "Kings," A contemporary tells us that the pupils of a certain school were asked to write original compositions on "kings." The prize was carried off by the youth who handed in the following. ''The most powerful king on earth is knowledge of Roosevelt, who was the laziest, Shir-kinthen the candidate for election. ; Senator one of the worst kings, Smo-kinPenrose also charged the quiet- that George W. Perkins, the harthe wittiest, Mix Up the thirstiest, vester trust man, had raised est, Thin-kinIt wasn't a Mid ; the slyest Win-kinin his to aid Roosevelt the noisiest, attempt to secure the, regular a printer1? jd.v Wor-king; g; Admitting the receipt of from John D. Archbold, of the Standard Oil Company, U. S. Senator Boise Penrose, of Pennsylvania, declared in a speech in the Senate that it was part of a contribution of $125,000 made to the Republican national campaign in 1904 with the $25,-000 g We need goodjroads; there The saloons are now a thing of are hundreds of laborers needing the past in Clay City. That it is the labor to makfy these roads; now a dry town every citizen there are tons ofxock on farms should lend a hand to see that is needing to be taken off to make dry sure enough. Bootlegging these roads whichfimprovps the should be thwarted in every infarms ; Millions of cubic feet of stance. With a strict enforcewater are flowifig down our ment of the law, Clay City can streams that woul(J. furnish pow- become a place noted for its morer to crush these, rock to the als and soberness instead of a proper size to make the very best place of rowdyism and drunkenWhen ness. The good people of the metal roads possible. these roads are completed the county are to be congratulated price of land along these pikes that the effect of their light is will increase in. value to double upon us. We will gladly welwhat it is now worth. This in- come the reign of peace and quicrease in the priceof land would etude that is due to come with pay all of the expense of build thp enforcement of the local op-- t ing twice over. Tien we could ion laws of this state. build our roads atja real profit to ourselves. Several farmers have Mill. paid their price iSmd never got L. C. Lyle from Mt. Sterling the roads either. They have done this by selling their lands here was on the creek last week on at half what theviore worth and business. going below and luuviug land on In spite of the fact that Mongood pikes at doi sle what they day was a legal holiday many are worth. schools were in session. ihe opportune is ours and The Sunday school will be held we should tukej sed. We like at the Metodist church Sunday only a system, the evident at 10 a. m. instead of 2 p. in. ha rent and we outcome is too Mr. Grover Harnett, from Winshould proceed tc asp the gold- - chester visited friends and relaen opportunity ut our comtives at this place Saturday and mand. The new compulsory school lav. passed at the last session of the Legislature provides that parents shall be responsible for their children. The law proviJes that aV children between the age 7 and 13 shall attend school regularly or a warrant will be sworn out against his or her pironts or guardian and they shall be brouget befot-th- e county court and tried. an The penalty is a line of not $5 nor more than J50, with or without Imprisonment at the discretion of the court. Durnig recent years the law has been very loose aud a larg? number of pupils have been our of school. Under the law it is expected that there will be about a full attendance at all times. let-th- Yaughn's Our roads are fast being improved to the very best advantage with the limited means we have ut our command. Over seers all over the county are bus1 though some of them are througl with their roads. They are left in some places a little rough, bu a drag run over them after a rain would put them in line shape. This should be done by all mean?. The expense is nominal and great. Jo-kin- g; Drin-kiug- g; Tal-kin- g. Republican nomination for President over Tuft this yeur, and Last Thursday was the 50th that attempts were made at the auniversary of the second battle Chicago convention to buy negro of Bull Run and the day was fit- dolegates'at $5,000 each. Roose-vel- t tingly celebrated by a reunion of says Penrose is a liar. Col. Mosby's men and other soldiers at the old bat-tl- a At Mt. Sterling Judge Young ground. adjourned circuit court on account of farmers being so busy. is said, Reunion. Con-federa- that $200,000 was It Mrs. J. W. Ham, of Lexington, saved to Kentucky by the purging l, of the school oeusus in various visited iier sister, Mis. C. parts of the State. the first part of the week. bhiin-fesse- New Spring Millinery Just received from the city which combines the newest styles and lowest prices. Sheriff Dan Scott, of Kayettc Several teachers of the county county, who was shot some time iun editor but have made arrangeinents-tat- by Ueu K. McCann, a fofiner .jtas.gpiugJtewi the Sunday school conven ago Lexington policeman, has sued peneuce on tion. through hfe'Jujji We wish them a nice the latter for $15,000 damages. "making up'orpjs. The paper time. was late aud the boy got the galPRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. According to a report made by leys mixed. The 'first part of the obituary notice of a pecuuious C. J. Norwood, State Inspector Services 2nd and 4th Sulibathf of citizen had been ' dumped in the of Mines, the output of coal in each month. forms, and the next .handful of Kentucky in 1011 was 220,5)72 Prayer Meetings, Wednesday ings. type came oft" of a galley describ- tons greater than that teported Chas. E. Munn, Pastor. ing a recent fire.. It read like by the Federal Survey. this: "The pall bearers lowered the body to the grave aud as it was consigned to the flames there were few ifany regrets, for the old wreck" bad been an eyesore to the town for years. Of course there was individual loss, but that was .fully covered by insurance.'1 .The widow thinks the editor wroto the obituary that way because the la merited partner of her joys and We curry a full line of General Merchandise and sorrows owed him. five years1 terns. o Sunday. WALDRON & JOHNSON, Waltersville, Ky. subscription. During the past twelve years the State Prison Commission bus paroled 1,100 convicts neatly the entire population of the Frankfort penitentiary and almost double the population of the penitentiary. Of this number 354 had been convicted of murder and 302 convicted of manslaughter. Ed-dyvil- are selling the goods to our lurge trade uiid they tell us they are SHOES AT FIRST COST. $500 worth of Shoes have been marked down to firit cost in 'order to get room for new goods Saving Money. You can do the same thing. 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 some The Staudard Oil Company of Kentucky has been sued for by 'the state of Mississippi. It is charged that an attempt has been made to restaiu trade in the salo aud distribution of crude aud refined products of If you are not ulready one of our many pleased customers, come round ome day and give our place a look through nnd let us price you omt of our goods.They willopen youreyesioan opportunity. petroleum. The report comes from the Blucgrass that county roads have damaged thousands of dollars on account of the excessive rains. served. Send Us Your Orders over telephone, by messenger or otherwise and if you Uvu in Clay City or near our store we will "deliver I SHIMFESSEL'S. stamp will soon bo issued in honor of the Panama caual. A new postage he good" Subscribe for the Times. . ,& - cent. less. B. D. Townsend, in his report to President Koosevelt on the Harvester trust, reported that the same harvesting maPLaUSIIK!' VEKV THURSDAY. chines that were made by the JkibsCiiption rales 81 a year or three trust in Chicago, and sold to the American farmer for $125 are ears in advance S','. THE TIMES. ! 1'. Hiirgher, Publisher. ei'(nd-eln$- Knee tvd us Thti-.-J.i- y, ! mail nintter. - Sept. ,1, 1912. CLUB RATES. For the convenience of our sub- scribers, we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices oelow mentioned : Tlte Times and Courier-Journ- al Cincinnati Enquirer 1.10 "JO Louisville Herald Home and Farm 75 " Irland Fanner 1.00 " American rarinpr 'JO Judge Kirk, the Republican " Southern Agriculturist 75 nominee for Appellate Judge is said to be a splendid Bull Moos-e- r (Jovernor Wilson has indicated when in company with those in the speeches he has made thus of that division and a Reactionfar in the campaign that he at- ary of the strongest live when in taches a great deal of importance company with theTuftites. "Anytn the question of the tariir as it thing to get oilice" they say. i' fleets farmers. The Democratic Well then, he is a Bull Mooser, candidate put this whole ques- that's Teddy's object. tion into a nut shell when he said : If the people of this county who say "prohibition doesn't "The farmer does not derive any henelits from the tariff when prohibit" will try as hard to enhe goes to market to sell his force the local option laws as products, but on everything the they do to break them and to aid farmer buys there is an artificial-l- v others in violating them, we will high price, due to the tariff have a banner law abiding county together with one of contintax." ued progress. High protectionists in Congress have for many years deceived Extravigance and indolence are " " " $1.00 Everybody admits that Wilson will be elected President and at the same timeeverybody agrees no more prosperous times could be hoped for until the Democratic principles that are now in advance stimulating these good sold in Kussia for $80 and $00. times are enacted into law. Nothing but the tariff enables One Republican leader gathers the trust to thus rob the Amerihope when he says Tuft will win can farmer, because, if it were not for the tariff, the danger of because Roosevelt, he says, will competition from Canada would g;t as ninny Democratic votes as If this is true, force the American trust to sell Republicans. Teddy will win in a jiffy. But its machines for one price to all. Governor Wilson hus shown a this is not true, ve are glad to deep grasp of the tariff question say. as it affects the farmer, and it is It is interesting to read the certain that before the campaign campain literature of the Prohiis much older he will have some bition and Socialist parties. They illuminating things to say to the would each have vou believe that farmer on this vital subject. they are reallyin the race. Miss Anna, of Indianapolis, I ml. that cannot be cured by Hall's Ch-tur- rh Cure. arc visiting relatives here. F. J. Cheney it Co., Toledo, O. J. W. Newkirk, Jr. and famia Vft t n rat rtn art Wll ly, of Stanton, visited relatives f W-F. J. Cheney for the last 15 year.--, at this place from Friday till 11 111 Monday. Miss Lutie Billings who has been visiting her mother since June returned to Midway Tuesday where sho will enter school again. Ter-stegg- Mr. W. JI. Miller, traveling e salesman for Stratton fc Co., Louisville, Ky., spent from Friiay till Monday with his family at this place. Druggist. Take Hall's Family Pills and believe him perfertly honoia-blin all business transactions, ai.tl financially able to carry out any obligations made by his firm. Walding, Kinnnn & Marvin, Wholesale Druggist, Toledo, O. Hall's Catnrrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Testimonials sent free. Price, 75c per bottle. Sold by all e SPOUT SPRING. for constipation. H. B. Wiseman, of Clark county, was here last week and We are having some very hot bought a bunch of yearling catweather. tle of Sidney Townsend at five News scarce.-5- ' Furnace. Bluford Fox was here last week and bought a bunch of yearling cattle from Mrs. Nannie Pryor at 5 cents the pound. mm Mill trulun. . J7. I vRICHM0ND,KY. Cs A Training KM Oil ft School for Teachers Coarien Itodloi to ElemraUrr. lattrmcdUto od Llfo Hut Tmlld In all PuMIr, Hpeclol Scnooli or Ktotucir. Couriea. TolMonPrto to Ap Doiotcoo. TiroitKoaiiinor IPPi-- Mrs. Sarah Adams entertained cents. quite a number of young people How's This? Sunday. We offer One Hundred Dollars Miss Winna'Webb, of Fitch-bur- Reward for anv case of Catarrh visited Miss Lyde Blythe Sunday. Mr. John Lyle' and Miss Bertha Maple, of Irvine, visited G. W. Lyle and family Sunday. Misses MaudeMesser and Lutie Billings spent Friday night with '- lnnn iia Kirn TWM Ton School opou pretloMhool.drpKltDofU'lol'. rir.IT.rm mltoriei, sow model Kkool, Fo.rthTmnAprllT, mnl trmlalot bulldlot. bln..p. Jam It. c.u.o.o.r. M Domntlo Bcleooo. Trrm HowrnWr Bomnof " x o CBABBB Pre.Uent Mrs. W. H. Miller. the farmers into believing thnt responsible for s because a tariff was kept on poverty in this country. wheat and corn, the farmer was necessarily benefitted thereby. That, this is false logic is apparent to any student of American import and export statistics. This country produces more wheat and com than the Ameritwo-third- Mr. and Mrs. Sid Bush, of Winchester, spent. Saturday with Mr G. W. Lyle. of the. Mr. Norvel Shouse and sister, and-Mr- UHPP N, SERGES 60c Quality at 50c the yard Black and colors GOOD METHODS, FACILITIES' and TREATMENT, attrad , can people consume, which obviously makes it impossible for any foreign country to sell wheat or corn here. Europe, which is the great market for surplus grain, uses all the grain produced there for home and in addition, the European countries have to send over here for more. If there were no tariff at all on grain, n, Popular Cloth in Colors and Black 25c. EVERY WOMAN CUSTOMERS. CAl( CHOOSE YOU will find them all at the CLAY CITY NATIONAL BANK therefore, Mould not the American farmer be menaced by the which is seeking YOUR bank hi A morning dress An afternoon gown A smart coat Of individual character Simple or Luxurious from possibility of foreign competition, for the reason that, foreigners have no grain to sell. But the situation is vastly with the farmer when he conies to buy the tools, machinery, clothing, and other necessities of life. lie finds every article that he uses in producing his crops taxed higher and higher, until, as Governor Wilson says, "it is getting next to impossible for the American farmer to make u legitimate profit." The farm ers' implements, their smaller dif-rere- Full line The Summer Botterick Dress Goods All colors PUBLIC NOTICE. We take plies. this method of further extending an invitation to sup- Fashion Quarterly Price 25c, mth my Popular prices. BUTTERICK the buying public to come to our ftore and get 'their customers in this vicinity with what they need at saving of money. PATTERN FREE For several weeks we have been supplying many MRS. J. W. WILLIAflS. 'a great Now that we are started, we want to slill further. tools, wagons, household articles, clothing, lumber, anil harvesting machinery has steadily risen in prices. That this rise in prices has been due to artificial causes is proven by the fact that the articles used by the farmer nre sold abroad to forty per for from twenty-fiv- e extend our trade 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 you going to give you just show you how USE HAPI7 u iivi rfr MILLS IT RISES AWAYJ ABOVE ull other brands of Hour with the housewife who loves good homemade bread when die uses the PEARL Hour. Its uniform quail- ty and excellence never disappoints her. It is the best all around flour on the market and gives your hreui that tempting and delicious flavor articles to we can save money: SWEET CLOVER 'great fertilizer, and a hardy igoroiic forage plant for hay and Will grow in any soil, pustule even in rocky place, t'un be sown with spring on if , or sown alone in May for meadow, and sown in with corn at the lust cultivation. Prices i.f need, and circular how to crow it Mi ii r iiii.t UOKHA'.iA sntilK'O.. I nlni'iiith, Ky. A Befl Patent Flour Made, Granulated Sugar, - $3.00 per,cwt. 6 cts. perl'lb. 13 . Meat and Lard, " ". Lard in 50 pound cans, $5.75. Everything in Give, us a trial. These are only fair samples of other prices. the house is sold at the same low price. that always delights good bread when PEARL Hour. the 'over you use the of. H. G. CRABTREE & COMPANY. Made by J. ANDREW CAIN Versailles, Ky, THE A HOME-MADE TIMES. PAPER. o, O. Powell, of Xena, was in the city Monday. 1 Dogdays come to n close today. THURSDAY, .SEPT. HH2 LOGAj BREVITIES. Munduy was Labor Day, hut was very little' observed in Clay City. ' The Swann-Daplanum mill will go into opciatiou Friday or Saturday. A Sunday-schoo- l was organized Sun- .it Powell's Valley church day morning. Dan Skidmore, of Northniid-dle.town- , was here Monday to see 11. G. Orabtree. Hvv. V E. Maun will preach at the Presbyterian church SunMrs. Stella Long, of Louisville, day morning and at night.. Ev- is visiting relatives in the city. erybody is invited to come out The Men Who Succeed ami hear him. As heads of large enterprises are Watermelon were never so men of great energy. Success toplentiful but the quality is very day demands lualtli. To ail is to inferior on account, of so much fail. It's utter folly fnr a man to rain.' Vouim melons setting on endure a weak, n, half a the vines are rotting very badly. live condition when Electric Hitters will put him right on h's feet What We Never Forget According to science, are the in short order. ''Four bottles did things associated with our early mi; more real good than any other home life, such ns Baden's Arnica medicine I ever took," writes Chas. Til . Vfter Salve, that mother or grandmother H. Allen, sylvania, years of suffering with rheumaused to cure our burns, boils scalds, sores, skin eruptions, cuts, sprains tism, liver trouble, stomach disoror bruises. Forty years of cures ders and deranged kidneys, I am prove its merit. Unrivaled for nain, thanks to Electric Hitters, piles, corns or Only 23 sound and well." Try them. Only f0 cei'ts at all denier?. cents at all dealers. run-docold-sore- Omer Powell, of Irvine, was in the city yesterday. Housework is drudgery for the weak wnr an. .She brushes uu-t- s cn-- ei fR. is on her feet all day attending to the mmy delnili of tlio IiouscIimIiI, her hnck tier temples throbbing, nerves quivcri'irt underftic stress uf pain, pcssihly dizy feelings. Somclimcsrest in bed is not refit.! ii.jj, br.eau? tlic poor tired nerves ili not permit of refreshing sleep. The real need i.f vvuatc, nervous women i fatisfic J by Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription, and as Mrs. end oilier tc.tiJy : J Housework i5rii It Makes Wank Women Strong and !'ck Vcmen This " Prescription" removes the cause ot wvntncsst s heals Inflammation and ulceration. It tranaul.lSi.3 lite nerves, encourages tlie appetite and Induces restful slap. Dr. Pierce is perfectly wiling to let every one Vr.ow nhat bottle-wrappe- VYcH. VMS. BRIQ03. bis " Favorite Prescription " contains, a complete lift o( ingredients on the Do not let uuy dntif'ttt persuade you that his unknown composition is "just tn in order that he may make a bigger profit. Mi:s.IlitAzir.i, Unions, of salt N.W.Klilwzton Ohio, writes: "Having taken your 'Favorite l're?cr!tioi., for a bud caso ol Intestinal 1isp;iso and constlpiitlen with woman's Ills, for which I was almost tuiulilo tu do any- innig, J. tauiK i ain niio in sayinf? mat mere are no In the world like Dr. Pierce's Favorite Proscription an-'Purifying Lotion Tulilet..' I nin now enjoying the Unof health, ami thank Dr. Pierre for bis wonderful liitdlciutd which hao done mo a world of good." Dr. Pierce's PIccsnnt Pellets rcgulute liver and bowtJi. fd" St,.rij,lr, When in Need of I (i d Ladies', Misses' ami children's The Powell County Sundav slippers at summer salo prices. School Convention is in session Mrs. J. V. Williams. at the Methodist church on Builder's Hardware, Cabinet Mantles, Grates, Tiles, dotra the frnaf of a "jrapcy cMc'.cn dessroys the worms A r. i 1 avas ihu cMcVs life. f r drefs 'I. drtnVInc watci Ilardwick's creek today. A 0. W. Duncan, of White Sul- most piolitable session is looked phur Springs, W. Va., visited in for. the city last week. The Rev. L. S. Fryman preachThe city schools began Monday ed his farewell sermon at the with a fair attendance. We hope Methodist church in this city to see this term a success. Sunday night. All the tiood We have had some very warm people of Cl.iv City would regret weather this week and a good to see Bro. Fryman leave us,' .shower of rain Tuesday to keep thus we hope to see him returned to us. things growing. Cooking CURSS and PrtEVeJT3 GAPES ,;i or Heating Go to or Write Stoves, ' u:i;te ouriaien, roup, cnoier n.ulotbcfi .1 !t diseases. I "It don't take more'n a gill uv efance Sale of spring and summer fort to git folks into a peck o' Mrs. J. W. Williams, goods. trouble" and n little neglect of constipation, biliousness, indigestion lioseou Bowman, son of 0. or other liver derangement will do is very sick at his father's the same. If ailing, take Dr. home two miles south of this King's Now Life Pills for iiiik oityEasy, safe, sure, and only Grover Burnett, of near Mt. 2.5 cents at all dealers. Sterling, was with relatives in Apple vinegar 00 pur cent, puro tho city aud county the last of ;)." cents per gallon. Apply at this the week. Bow-ma- Don't forget our Summer Clear- Uncle Ezra Says BourbcnPoultry Cure g this medicine DniiBPfiM One 50c lioitlc of Makes 12 Gallons of Medicine. a Even' poultry- riirer fI.u1'1 l;rep treebottle ol osrunple na icr Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, re"M fffUPir-.Y- . Itvlprtan. k. W s. Hourbon Poultry Cure i the hct remedy I have ever tried and I have been in the poultry business for foity years. Mrs. Geo. E. Hapier, P.arils-towKy. Jif. n, I have now used Bourbon Poultry Cine two years and 1 ju.-- t could not raise any chickens without it. I have not bad a case oiTftanes since 1 bepnn using it. Mrs. W. V.fc l'.rncey, P.asker-ville, Winchester, - Ky. Va. oltlce. SOLD BY Mrs. Annie Dodge and Misses Lill Smith and Besse'Maloney, of Cincinnati, are visiting relatives in.the county. nillikan Business ScIiojI, LEXINGTON, BOOKKEEPING, KY. SHORTHAND, C. SHIAIFESSEL, CLAY CITY, KY. ATKINSON & LYI.E, STANTON. SPRING and SUMMER GOODS. We invito you to cull and see our new stock of Spring mul Summer Goods Mrs. B. F. Hughes and daughTYPEWRITING. ter, Miss Jessie, of Mt. Sterling, spent several days with relatives This school has tinned out hun in this city this week. dreds of men and women who & STRAWBERRY PLANTS nreMicccsses. It will make M. Coulee, of Mr. and Mrs. G. Grape Vines, Asparagus, Rhubarb, a success of vou. .Montgomery county, spent from Roses, Peonies, Phlox. Friday till Monday with relatives Everything For Write for Catalogue. in the city and county. j Fruit and Shade Trees! and get ottr prices. Vou are aUo invited to e ill and see and get prices on anything else that you may need. We ORCHARD, LAWN and GARDEN. try to keep every thing the people want. Kvery one should W interested in learning where they can get the most for their money, and where tliey can get merchandise that " ill bet suit tliein. Some of the finest peaches er grown anywhere have been sold oil' tho famous (larrett fruit farm near tho Old Furnace. ev- FREE CATALOG. It takes NO AGENTS. n little time to look where this place is, but it is around and satisfy your.e!f as to time profitably spent, for a you As stated above, we try to K We can not, though, here eall H. F. HiIIenmeyer& Sons, Lexington, Ky. know, "Money Saved is money made". keep every thing the people want. The Kentucky Conference of the Methodist church is in session at Danville this week. Fas-to- r L. S. Fryman is in attendance. Tho public sale of personal fects of T. .1. Fletcher was well attended and articles sold for Mr. Fletcher and fair prices. family will leave Sept. ilth for Miami, Texas. ef- &t i V attention to every thing, hut will mention the follow ing lines Take S One Ife K - $ $1 tJOO.OOO which we want you to know that we carry. "CJueen Quality" and "Huston Favorite" .Shoes for Womei. we have them in the new things in white, Pain Pill, vSV then HURPLUS ANU UN- - UIVIUBU PROFITS. TUK M $ "3 tan, dull finish, kid and Easy. shiny leathers in "Walk-Ove- r felioes, hoots and low we cuts. have them in all the new low i jj To Head-Of- f Winchester Bank, OF WlNCllHTKR. KY. y? 4. shoes foi .Men a Headache Nothing U Better than P PI T styles in tans, gun metals and patent leathers, in shoes and ir1.iiiir,n.Hn....r... fit i,ni n jj itii4S t 41 j rrji'ttrtt 1 cuts. Men's and Hoys' Clothing ninke-up- we have , them in them in the perfect and Children'- - II it a 1 Many Driven Prom Home. Every year, in many parts of the country, thousands are driven from their homes by coughs and lung discuses. Friends and business are left behind for oilier climates, but tins is costly and not alwayH sure. A better wuy, the way cf multitudesis to use Dr. King's New K W. Dr. Miles' Anti-Pai- n Pills li. Sl'HAIi, Oahhii'.h. popular colors and lutest In also take measures for tit. made-to-orde- and at prices to suit nil. We suits ami guan.ntee Mis-e- a l! a r Discovery and euro yourself at! Stay right there, with your home. friends, and lake this safe medicine. Throat and lung troubles Hud quick relief and health returns, lis help in coughs, colds, grip, whooping-cougand sore lungs make it a positive blessing. .'.On and 81,0(1. Trial bottle free, (guaranteed by all dealers. h They Give Relief Without Bftd Af "It gives me great pleasure to offer a word of recommendation Pills, for Dr. Miles' Anti-Pai- n as there arc thousands suffering unnecessarily from headache. I was afflicted intermittently for years with headache and after other remedies failed, I tried Dr. Miles Anti-Pai- n Pills. For the past ten years I have carried them constantly with me, getting instant relief by using one or two on the approach of headache. .They are also effective for giving immediate relief." C. M. BROWN, Estherville, la. neu-'ralgi- a, YOUR ACCOITNTS HOT.lOITMn Millinery Goods our Women's, 6 are trimmed by one of leading linns of thv country We think we can suit you in this line, and know we can save you money. Electric Bitters Succeed when everything else falls. In nervous prostration,' and female weaknesses they ore the supreme remedy, aa thousands have testified. It Is the best medicine ever sold over a druggist's counter. 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Wood row Wllnn nt (!c "I.ttlU- - White HoilV nt Sen nirt N (I..II.V called upon to uVniniistnile tits ready speaker. !'. lilty ih 'llie.v Is not n day passes but wli.it ilelejiiitlons who call in- meets vurlous i. assure him ot their support. tn s raking of political machines i:.' Uiitoklyn Deuioeratlc oluli Cove;--- i r Wilson said: "Machines are hail, lint an organization may he very csun-thilliave liccii I'or Instance. by an organization here In New Jersey while dolus my le-- t work. A machine .uses Its political oppor'-i-nltlefor the seillsh ends of Its members. No members of our organization would ever think of dolus 'hat. Public opinion In New Jersey has drawn the distinction. It has killed the ni.i chines, and It Is going to keep the organization going. "It seems to me that we nn stand-InIn the presence of something higher than allegiance to the Democratic party. The country lias been M . 1 s the use of drain tile you can swam- turn that low, wet, useless, py field into the most productive spot on your farm. Good tile, f properly placed, not only carries off surplus water, it admits air to the soil and makes it easy to work. It improves any soil. The inctence in the value of the land is tunny tunes the eost of the tile. The first year's crop from tiled land puys for it. Any hotly can do the work successfully. Write for particulars or chII at out plant. Anron sending tkclrh and description tnsr opinion fres oiilcklr aicoriulu our patentable. whether an Commnnlrn. liirenllnn is probably tlonsstrlctireonOdtiitlal. HANDBOOK on Patents tout tree. Oldest asencr for sesurlnx patents. tBronih Muun Jk Co. receUa l'ntenta taken tpuM nstlcs, wltboat cWe, In the Copyrights Ac. TRADE MAIMS DrSIQNS Scientific American. handiomelf lllnttrated weeklf. TJireest circulation of any aclentlDa journal. Terms, 13 a jeart fonr months, $U Sold brail newsdealers. A MUNN ft Co.38,B 624 New York Branch Office. BU Washington. D.C. Red River Brick & Tile Company, STANTON, - Very Serious It is a very serious matter to ask tor one medicine and have the wrong one given you. For this reason we urge you in buying to be careful to get the genuine BUck-'draugH- T . KENTUCKY ? New York World. And the" Democratic party is now placed under n peculiar responsibility. It has to prove that It Is the worthy Instrument of that zer.l ou the part of the people of the United State.i. If It does not prove it now it will never Le given nnother chance to prove It. No patty that proves unfaithful to that ideal will ever again be trusted by the people of America. And therefore we jxre standing at a turning point In our politics. We must make good or go out of business. In the vernacular, it is a case of 'put up or shut up.' because words are going to be discounted. Nothing will be honored except the actual carrying out of such programs as sensible men may unite In for the common benefit," I the Republican party, and It Is turning to the Democratic party. That party Is willing to show the way toward those things which must be reIn other day. alized. "Some gentlemen seem to flail It easy to make personalities out of poll-ticbut It seems to me that whenever I bat Is done politics Is debased. "Men who are In search of reform are now resorting to the Democratic party, because, for my own part. 1 do not know where else they will turn to expect the results. There Is no discounting the strength and serviceability of a united party, und the splendid part la that the Democratic patty la WHAT REPUBLICAN PERITY IS. PROS- r prominroMAlned in alt countries oa NO Fit. rwmhhh.i uavrau Knq yopyncnis regis. IMered. Send Kkelch, ilo.lel or l'lioto. for I'atentprsct-lc- e run RCPORT on patentability. NCIS. exdnilrelr. BANK RiriKI tend 2 rents In stamps for Inralnable book on NOW TO OBTAIN and Sttt PATENTS. lVlllrll OnP4 Will ItAV. llnw tn vnl n.MnM utile l.lumuin IUI UIIIIMIUH. J"..... 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 fa vorite liver powder, with a larger sale than all others combined. SOLD IN TOWN F2 B, nutted. P. M. A. M. A. M. P. M. "Speaking seriously, nothing affords me more genuine pleasure thau to re1::55 Lexington. 7:'20 8:50 5:35 ceive such greetings from men In Jer'.Vinchester, 8:05 4:50 8:03 2:17 tested my qualisey who hare at least 2::)o L. & . Junction, 7:51 4:37 8:18 ties. .Because you have known me lmliitn Fields, 7:37 4:22 8::i2 2:J0 at close range and If you will be kind .",:()-- ) CLAY CITY, 4:05 8:50 7:19 enough to vouch for me perhaps the 3:5G a: 15 Stanton, 7:10 !:C0 of the country will be credulous rest v Rowlyu, 3:51 3:21 7:05 0:'5 of your report. .".:'2S 0:59 FiIhoii, 3:45 0:12 "I have spent a great deal of time since-- 1 Cnmpton Jr.netlon, became governor of New Jer3:30 6:43 9:27 3:47 sey defending your character. It was 6:40 Natural Bridge, 3:52 3:25 9:32 X supposed In the old days, when the 4:04 3:12 0:25 9:44 Torrent, board of guardians was In charge of ' 4 via 6:03 Jet, 2:51 10:04 It. you were all of yon the state, that O. & K. Junction, 10:57 1:57 5:19 5:10 disposed to give the most monopolistic 11 :05 5:05 5:25 1:50 .Iitckson, J, trusts of the country a great ringing y. 1:25 11:25 Quicksand, welcome In New Jersey. If "New Jersey was known as the CONNECTIONS. "jr mother of trusts a very troublesome jl LEX1NOTON: Truin No. 1 will tnnke connection nt Lexington with and questionable family and 1 had to J the L. &. K. for Louisville, Ky. No. 3 will make connection spend iny time outside New Jersey-assuri- ng X the people of the Union that it with the L. N. at Winchester for Cincinnati, O. had not been the fault or the disposiCAMPTON JUNCTION: Trains Nos. 1, 2, 3 and 4, will make contion of the people of New Jersey that nection with Mountain Central Railway to and from Campton. i had there were certain gentlemen who .j. BEATTYVILLE JUNCTION: Trains Nos. 1, 2 and 3 will make conundertaken to carry the Republican X party In their pockets and to admlnU nection with the L. & A. Railway for Bcattyville. tor Independently of the rank and Hie K. JUNCTION: Trains Nos. 2, 3 and 4 will moke connecX 0.fc in" lirpuhllcnus In the state. tion with Ohio & Kentucky Railway for Cannel City, Ky. and "New Jersey is progressive, but the O.ifcK stations. United States Is progressive, and we CHAS. SCOTT, Gen'l Passenger Agent. have hero merely a delightful sample It Is reported that papers which are of the people of the United states. 'Wilson anil Marshall" looks good. or"Now. these people are not bent on supporting the bull inooser have dered extra fonts of "l's." And they ouiiiN good. Is good. destroying anything, but they ate bent oa setting everything In order: they will be needed when Teddy gets to are bent upon justice; they ar? I eut talking Wilson will make the most nccpssib'e upon seeing to it that the p utile In Farmers have awakened to the folly resilient who has ever oecunled the wneral are partners of t' f the so called b'v.ssltigs of a protectWhite House. 'He is typically a Pern-iotive tariff. tie man Xi I WU2 tri'lDS I' Read what Cardui did for Miss Myria Engler, of 11 What bas the result been': Prosperity? ,"Yes; if by prosperity you mean' vast wealth, no matter how distributed or wheih er distributed at all or not: If yuu mean vast' enterprises built up lo be presently concentrated under the control of comparatively small' bodies of men. who can determine almost at. pleasure whether there shall be compel Ion or not. 'The nation as'ii uu ilon has grown Immensely rich She Is justly iproiiil of her Indus tries and of 'the genius of tier men of affairs. They cati master T anything they set their minds to. X THE GREAT DUTY OF AD and we have been greatly stimJUSTMENT. ulated under their leadership and command Their laurels tire people, We are servants of the many mid very 'green. We must the whole f.eople. The nation has aecoid them the great honors been unnecessarily, unreasonably hit are their dne. nnd we must at war within Itself, interest ! pieserve wluttWhey have built up has clashed with Interest wheu for 4us. Slut what of the other there were common principles of j side of the' picture? it Is not right and of fair dealing which easy for us to' live as II used lo j might and should have boimd lie. Our money will not buy as them all together, not us rivals, much. High wages, even when but as partner's. As the servauts we can get them, yield us no of all we are bound to undertake great comfort. We used to he the great duty of accommodation better off ivlih less. lioetinsi nnd adjustment.- - Krotn Wood-roT dollar could buy so much more Wilson's Speech Acceptlug 3. The majority of us have been the Democratic Nomination. disturbed J- lug poorer, to find ourselves grow- 4even though our earn T nigs were slowly Increasing I'rlces climb faster than we can The Democrats nre not taking the X push our earnings up. Kroni election of Wllon tor granted. They Wnodrow Wilson's Speech Ac are working anil working harder than V the Democratic. Nomina ; In a score of years and working as a Hon nulled party. 303 Seventh St., Washington, D. C.J SWIFT & CO, PATENT LAWYERS. SUtWRY Eiift-Boun- OF L. & E. TIflE TflBLE. West-BounEttVutivu Miiy 8, 1011. Stations. No. 1, No. 2, Daily. No. 4, Daily. Daily No. :i, Daily, Ji I j t. Young Women a r - ' MR. PROPERTY OWNER-St-op! Consider! Why not use the best possible when YOU pay the bill? Faribault, Minn. She says : " Let me tell you how much good Cardui has done me. As a young girl, I always had to suffer so much with all kind of pain. Sometimes, I was so weak that I could hardly stand on my feet I got a bottle of Cardui, at the drug store, and as soon as I had taken a few doses, I began to feel better. Today, ,1 feel as well as anyone can." Hanna's Green Seal Stands (or everything that is best in paint. The pigments used are properly proportioned and thoroughly compounded. STUDY THE FORMULA AS SHOWN ON EACH PACKAGE Cardui WomarftTonic Arc you a woman ? Then you are subject to a large number of troubles and Irregularities, peculiar to women, 5 4 ANSA'S GREEN SEAL PAINT FOR 8ALI BY is Made to Wear" which, in time, often lead to more serious trouble. A tonic is needed to help you over the hard places, to relieve weakness, headache, and other unnecessary pains, the signs of weak nerves and k. For a tonic, take Gtrdul, the. woman's tonic. You will never rcret It, for it will certainly help you. Ask your drugget about jt.; Ha kpqws. rje sells it over-wor- EATON & McGUlRE, Trr-TO& I.YI F, N Clay City, Ky. Writ! to: Ladies' Advisory Djpt.. CJultsnooja Medlclnt Co.. Chattanooto. Tens., (or Sptctal Instructions, and book. "Home Trcatincul lor Wmuo," wnflrce. J Ssj Stanton, "