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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): September 12, 1912 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1912 cla1912091201_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 12, 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 TIME 8. SI. 00 a Year in Advnnci Wt are'hcre to help Clay City, the SiirronnJing Country and Ourselves. .1. R. Ibirnhcr, I'litihSV. VOL. XV1T. Trees Selected, H. F. Hillennieyer nnd Prof, llnrris Garnian, of Lexington. Imve reported t lie select ion mid allotment of trees to be planted on the State Capitol grounds on .Novembpr J!i by the different "onnties of Kentucky. If each nullity should adopt their suggestions, Kention, will have a complete arboretum as a beauty background for the new Capitol. The counties are not required to select the trees as suggested by Mr. Ili'llenineyer and Prof. Garman, and should any couuty select some other tree it is desired . CLAY CITY. KY., THURSDAY Conference Closes. d SEPTEMBER jv )j. NO. Unreasonable Demand. - .7 Example for Powell. Con-Ceion- that the committee immediately notify either Mr. Hillenineyer or Prof. Garman, in order that the tree seected may be located on the grounds so that its foliage will blend with the trees nearest to it When all the counties have made their selection Mr.. Hillenineyer will, at his own expeuse, furnish and have planted on the grounds one of each species of native Kentucky tiees not repre- sented by the counties, so that Kentucky's arboretum will be the most complete of any in the United States. The trees suggested for Powell county are yellow pine and white pine. It is expected that a large gathering from all the counties in Kentucky will be had on the HtatejJupitoJ grouuds on plant-- , nig day. Langley Decides at Last. John Langley has set at rest the conjecture as to whom he will follow in the campaign this fall by announcing in his opening speech at Paintsville, Tuesday that while he hud started out with the Progressives he had been nominated by the Kepubli-canan! would standvby the Tuft administration. s evidence of tho increasing Owen Patrick, of Kimbroll, The Socialists are noi.-annual than of the Methodist Kpisco-pa- l desire for good roads is presented .and Edition Burgher, of thiscify, possibly any other part'-- , i'lic $2.1100 a year si! Church, South closed a most in the movement in Bockcastlo ten iMomiay iiioruum tor the for successful meeting of six days county for a vote on a bond issue State Fair at Louisville. They six hours work. Von may give of $100,000 fdif, highway improve- reprcfoiit Estill and Powell coun- them thi" amount of did v ai.d session at' Danville Monday. $ ties respectively at the State's they will have 110 more .it. t lie Of 'he various appointments ment. The men who circulated the big show and will be members we note that the Hev. I. T. Spenof end of the year than ik w cer is the new pastor of the petitions for the election had an- the Boys' encampment duriim have But very few pei. ih will ticipated Boinj dilliculty in get- the entire fair week. The State save their money reuar-lb-schurch in this city; Bro. Fryman of ting the required number of sign- pays all expense of the lad in the salary they now with us goes to Frenchbtirg; net. On tht contrary the voters making the trip and will The Times believes wav jir,. instruct P. Fryman who ers. the Kov.-Wsigned freelyand even them in different lines of was with us last year goes to Irtoo low considering the prio-thiriless than twenty-fou- r and in this way aim to laborim: man inuM p.iy vine; the He v. Ilobt. N. Bush, a hours after the canvass for enthuse the youths from the ru living, but what the Socialist former pastor here, is transferred names was begiin more than twice ral districts in scientific to the Western Virginia Conferfarming demand is unreasonable .mil the requisite number of signers which includes the building and against the class of laence, and the Hev. Goo. I). Prenhad been secured. When the can maintenance of good roads in the boring honest people. tiss, another former pastor of the We oiic vassers got together and conipar- - state. knew of a boss workman who got church in tins eifv, noes to Hughes Chapel in t lie 1' raiikfort v it iiincp I iir I 'AViiiiu lliai wui Ul a salary of $," 00 a day who cairn . Another Kentucky Railroad. more man ouu spiers to wnoin t lie district. Articles of incorporation of the here from Pennsylvania. Anions petitions had ben presented only his laborers was u youth who reseven had refund to sign and on- Big Sandy ec Kentucky Hail way Reduced Rates to Barbecue. ceived f)0 cents a day. When The Lexington A Eastern Rail ly three had declared unqualified- Company, of Ashland, have been Christmas came the laws wanted way will apply one fare plus 25 ly that they wpuld vote against filed with the Secretary of State to return home to spend the holcents for round trip to Lexington the bond issueTThe biggest tax- at Frankfort. The company is idays with his family, but didn't to build and operate thiity-onfor the Barbecue and Burgoo payers in the Ciunty signed with miles of track from Stall'ord Sta- - have the money. The youth who Thursday, September P.llh, 11)12. as much alacrity as did some of received 50 cents per day leam-iii!- ; Preparations will be made to en- those who paj&insignilicant a- - tion, on the C. ec O., in Johnson, of this volunteered and loan tertain 40000 people. Governor mounts in taxenror those who pay Magoflin and Breathitt counties. ed his "Captain" the necessary The capitol stock is $100,000, Marshall, Champ Clark and Sen- nothing at all.' jo pronounced a and the incorporators are: John cash to make the trip, but not In tho ator Gore, the blind orator, will neglecting to him good be the principal speakers. Great, sentiment for'whd improvement T. Adams, of Columbus, U. ; T. interest. The boy got rich but parade and J'J bands. Largest the County i C C t promptly or N. Fannin, L. W. Davis and W. the boss didn't. i .i .i and on Satur- - II. Dawkins, of Ashland, and crowd that has ever been in Lex- ot'ieo i ne ejectMoral Its in the man and nor day, October ext. the voters George U. Martin, of Catlets-burg- . ington is looked for. Tickets the salary. pity to accept will be sold September 18th and will have opp or reject the p'rj isition. If out- 10th, return limit September The acreage of tobacco in PowElder J. T. Turpiu will preach ward indicatl couvit for any- 20th. ell count v this vear is vorv mnn -II at Salem church day and night, Lthing the. Jbou wilL.bp in compared with the crops grown, beginning Thursday nightf Senjt: Z uoreed-by- : M jotfrty Popr.it Irvine. in the pastYew years.' We are 19 and running up to Sunday and Itockcastle county will step Hon. Grant E. Lilly, of too far from market and that is night. has purchased a new well up to. the fron,t iu the good the greatest hindrance to the printing plant and will start a roads processjfou.' .5 PKUSBYTURIAN CHURCH. Rockcastle rcounjty some tune profitable growing of the weed. newspaper in his old home town Many of the few crops grown Irvine. Mr. Lillv together with ago built a few.in0es or turnpike have been cut and Services 2nd mid lib Sabbath of housed. each mouth. his brother, Judge W. II. Lilly by private subscription. It was Dr. Martin reports the birth Prayer Meeting", Wednesday evenran the Estill Eagle at Irvine so much of a relieffoom nuidholes ings. some twenty years ago. We are and limestone boulders that the of a son to Mr. and Mrs. Elzie people hailed it with acclaim and Williams. Chas. E. Mann, Pastor. glad to see Bro. Lilly the newspaper field and are glad to immediately began calling for learn that lie will return to Es- more of the sameort. They a bond issuebf $100,000 will till, the native heath of the editor help the county incalculably of the Times as well a Mr. Lilly. and will not hurt anybody. They '.. The Ninety-secon- Boys at the State Fair. All s . enthusi-astically,an- d agri-cultur- e e I'm-hi- s e face-cJfi- e . - - ;- Iiich-uioih- I, re-ent- be-liev- e u gra ..... 11 1 I 1 ,to give a good account of them selves at the special election to be held 111 ifiii f 1 (i.,.. inn y .ue i ei1:. ..1 rj 1 1 11 ii--u u inn 1 & WALDRON & JOHNSON, New Spring Millinery received from the city which combines j Journal. October. Courier- - Waltersville, Ky. K3I We carry a full line of General MerchandKo aru selling the goods to our large trade Wants New County Annulled. An endeavor is .being made to have the creation of McCrearv county enacted by the last and Legislature annulled by the courts. A strong light for the retentiou of the new county will be made. By a vote of the people Whitley City has been made M10 county seat over Pine Knot where the government of the county has temporarily been located since the formation of the county a few months ago. ah in the newest styles and lowest prices. v and they tell us they are SHOES AT FIRST COST. $500 worth of Shoes have been marked down to firs! cos! Saving Money. You can do in order to get room for new goods Off for Texas. coming in. In this sale will also be included a lot of HATS and CAPS. Here's your opportunity to money. First come, first ave some Judge T. J. Eletclier and family left Monday for Miami, Texiu to make their future home. We regret to lose such good people, but the best of friends have to part. Wo wieji them nothing Shut good luck, happiness and good health in their new home. Elder Hoof, pastor of the Baptist church at Jackson, preached a splendid sermon at the Christian church in this city last night. j thuaine thing. of our 111 If you are not already oiih my pleased customers, couio round 'nine day and give oiir place a look through and let us price you sonic of our gopds.They willonenyoureyttoan opportunity. served. Send Us Your Orders over telephone, by messenger or otherwise and 1.. III SHIMFESSEL'S. iT you .1 live n Mrs. Amanda' Adams, of Winchester, is attending tho Baptist associotion andvisiting her son, jiUf i rit.. vuy ..- - iieur inn rum- r r :n mu 11 ucuvi--r 1.. I! nit! jiimii 1' m Judge W. T. Adaius. 37 mmm&mm The vote in Maine Monday in it which the Republicans and Prothat The is the intention of the Clay City gressives united anil carried that Hoard of Education to rigidly en state whereas the Democrats carVKISV TIll'liSliAY. rillLlsllCC force the compulsory law. This ried it two years ago, should be means that all children in the conclusive that "United we stand Subscription rates' SI a year or three citv must attend school. This is divided we fiill." The liquor vi'.n. in advance 8:2. us it should be, but we hope to' question, however, is responsible I. II. iirih'cr, Publisher. see the children attend without. for the diversion of successes in p ! i .1 political parties in many states. rue rue imiumuion m it. taw. u s miiil matter. Entered i always hotter to willingly abide Maine in the Presidential race - Sept. 12, 101:2. by the law than to have to he will go safely Democratic this Thursday, ........ fall. i i ii maue uo m. l ureiiis. sunni ' ..1 i I1 mIimhI .irwl CLU1) KATES. wiv. ll V'llinill ii f. CVIU'di tint. UMini till Comparatively few persons are In after For Hie convenience of our sub- penaltvof tho law. acquainted with the fact that scribe n), ve have arranged club lutec years your children will thank with the following papers at prices you for what education they may since Andrew Jackson no Presi-den- t below mentioned : of the United States has have. The Times and served two consecutive terms exCourier-Journ$1.00 cept General Grant who wanted con" Cincinnati Enquirer 1.10 From Kentucky only two camthe third term. tributions to the Wilson HO " Louisville Herald paign fund have been as much as ' Home and Farm 7f Only people of New York could " Ir hind Farmer 1.00 fl(!0. L'rey Woodson gave enjoy standing around looking " Aiueriean Fanner 00 and James Camp, of Louis " Southern Agriculturist to ville, sent $100. The names of; at a house in which a three millKentucky millionaires do not ap- ion dollar Aetor baby is sleeping. highest Hopes Increased. pear on the list of contributors The State election in Vermont A moose head in mourning by the Democratic uhichwas held last week, has made public The one will be the prophetic emblem of greatly increased the very hih National Committee. of the new partytin this State. hopes of the Democrats for vic- thousand dollar contribution Urey Woodson was money subXo bosses in the new party. tory this fall. It has demonscribed by the original Wilson "Rosses,"' you will note, is in strated one point in particular, which Mr. the plural. which is of vital consequence to club of Owensboro, of Woodson nave $100. the democracy, ami that is, the Doctors say that eating corn source from which Uoosevelt September 4th was the thir- bread is good for the teeth. It draws his support, and this elecmight be added that it is good tieth anniversary of the first tion has demonstrated that every light plant in the world. for the entire system. Democrat in the State of Ver It was installed by the inventor, mont voted the Democratic tickThos. A. Edison in New York SPOUT .SPRING. et and that Roosevelt polled a City. Every city of prominence Sidney Townsend has built a of the Re little over in the United States since that new dwelling on his farm. publican vote. The normal Demdate has installed this system of ocratic vote in Vermont is about Sidney Townsend spent a few lighting, and every one except 1(5,000 and the normal Republi days in Montgomery county last Clay City has been able to keep can vote is about 10,000, and week. their plant going. Roosevelt polled Ifl.SOO, the re ular Republican 2(5,000 and the Democratic candidate for governor, 2(),5W0. This shows that not only did every Democrat stand true to his party but that many republican first voters have evi- 1111: llMfcb. To Enforce Law. Times is informed Dave White mid family aic i,t chnnnt bo tiuretl liv IImIIV ' visiting relatives at Silver creek, tanh Cure, Madison county. F. J. Cheney it Co., Toledo-O- . Mrs. Win. Curtis after several , AVe, the undersigned, havekm vn weeks visit to relatives near here F. .1. Cheney for the last 15 year-- , left Monday for her home at and believe him pcrfertly honom- Springfield, Colo. hie in all business transactions, ai.d Mrs. ,T. W. Dawson, of Win-Cheste- r, 1 1 I seeontt-cliis- Lloyd Todd a few days last week. visited her sisters, II. l Christopher and Mes-dam- . ,m i Darlingsville. lioscoe Rowman, who has been quite sick, is convalescing. A. C Barnes visited friends near Irvine this week and attended county court there Monday. C. Bowman will start his sor ghum mill next week. The crops of cane in this section are both line and plentiful. Lee Mcpherson has returned from the mountains where he has bought, about 7 head of cattle or the Mt. Sterling nrarket. How's ThlsV We oiler One Hundred Reward for anv ease of t al financially able to carry out any obligations made by his firm. Wnldinj;, ICinnun it Marvin, Wholesale Druggist, Toledo, O. Hall's Catarrh ('ure is takn internally, acting direct1' upon the blood and mucous snrfmes of the Testimonials sent free. system. Price, 7fie per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. Take Hull's Family Pills for constipation. $1,-(10- Hifmrlft A Training WIG HIMSchool Will "".'..'I! ". . ' riFirihTvraiAprll7. 1 for Teachers n.t Life ttlWtM. School .....i.m1 Dollars Couth Tuition Frr - A ( rwliilert. Two rlt nli i aarcfw minimi tr&lnln bufMltir Summer School Conrars of Vnlll In All Or 8tt PnMIc Review B pec J an it a' Catarrh ...,.. rm. j Jnr. -. Ju. I. n CRAnB, Prr.M,n, Thirl T.rnl c,- one-thir- d SERGES 60c Quality at 50c the yard Black and colors GOOD YOU dently left the Republican party in disgust and have now allied themselves with the Democrats. This election shows that and Taft will split the Republican vote in two in every .state in the union, and that the Roo-seve- METHODS, FACILITIES and si Popular Cloth in Colors and Black 25c. EVERY WOMAN CAN CHOOSE TREATMENT will find them all at the attradt CUSTOMERS. CLAY CITY NATIONAL BANK Democratic party is united. m It but very probable that Wood row Wilson will curry nbut 10 states out of the total 48 in the Union. However, the Democrats must keep up their campaigning and not permit the battle to lag through over confidence. Stand-patisis sinking Taft like a millstone and Teddy is soaked in Standard oil to the neck. not only posible, which is seeking YOUR bank account. yiilliMyjWi (i A morning dress An afternoon gown A smart coat Of Individual character Simple or Luxurious from Full line The most important thing just row for Powell county is to get ood roads and a class of farmers who will study the best way to develop their lauds, Farming is now the chief occupation of our people. It behooves us then to learn the best methods of faniiiiiiito make it pay best, 'lhe vaiter has had considerable experience along this line and will tuy from whut we know farming is a deeper science than either that of medicine or law, and leally far moie fascinating than either .of them. Farmers get n lot of literature on your profes-Moo- , subscribe for some good agricultural journals and make your occupation a success. Clay City hint been drv a week mid we huve not heard of a single charge against blind tigers or hootleguers yet. It is encourag lug to all to see fch a submissive obeyance of the local option It is the sincere desire of laws. every lawabiding citien in the county to see a continuation of for 'if tw. t PUBLIC NOTICE. We take plies. this method of further extending an invitation to sup- 1 i The Summer Butterick Fashion Quarterly Price 25c, with my Dress Goods All colors Popular prices'. BUTTERICK the buying public to come to our store and get their PATTERN FREE For several weeks we have been supplying many 1 MRS. J. W. WILLIAflS. customers in this vicinity with what they need at a great saving of money. Now that we are started, we want to Our one great is extend our trade still further. appeal for your trade I Low Prices on what you to eat and wear. our price on four staple must have I saa HOPE s MILLS FJLOUJ IT RISES AWAY; ABOVE all other brands of Hour with the housewife who loves good home-nindbread when she uses the IMCAUb Hour. Its uniform (piali-t- y mid excellence never disappoints her. It is the best all around Hour on the market and given your brei.d that tempting und delicious llavor thut alwnvs delights the 'over of good bread when you use the VVuWW. Hour. u We are going to give you just show you how articles to we can save you BeiSt money: Patent Flour Made, Sugar, - Granulated - $3.00 per cwt.s' 6 cts. per lb. 13 ' ", Meat and Lard, Lard in 50 pound cans, These are only fair samples the house is sold at of $5.75. Everything in other prices. If y ! the same low price. Give us a trial. 1 by H. Q. CRABTREE & COMPANY. I 1 Made J. ANDREW CAIN, Versailles, Ky, . THE A HOME-MADE TIMES. I'AL'KK. The Boone's Creek Baptist As soci.ilion is in session with the church nt Powell's Valley. The Association will hold a three day session, Tuesday, Wednes day ami Thursday. Poveral from this city attended the county Sunday School convention Thursday at the Methodist church on Ilardwick's Creek. All who attended report a tine meeting and dinner in ubuudance for all present. AjLCOKOL. James Patton, aged 20 yenrs, BLOOD MEBIIC1INE WITHOUT animals that alcohol Recently it lias been definitly proven by experiments on died near Knowlton, September ovrcrs the germicidal power ol the body and that alcohol paralyzes the white He is survived by wife and 0th. the blood and renders them unable to take up and destroy disease germs. ol over of the one child. Deceased was a mem- Jisease germs cause the deathentirely without alcohol, human race. pure glyceric exwhich is a A blood medicine, made ber of I. 0. O. F. Glade Springs tract of roots, such as Uloodroot, Queen's root, Golden Seal root, Mandrake and one-ha- Lodge No. 182. THURSDAY, SEPT. 1, 1014. LOCAL Miss Mr. BREVITIES. rein-five- Kuth Eaton visited at Quicksand lust week. s were nnil Mrs. Emerson Coulee on Out creek Friday mid Saturday. J. II. W. F. Willimns, of Bealty-ville- , is spending n few days with CI. (Jnlitree. Ladies', Misses' an.l children's Mrs. .T. slitpers ut summer sale prices. W. Williams. is visiting l'lens Walters brother, Henry Tipton, at her Vaughn's Mill. Mrs. the Men Who Succeed As heads of large enterprises are men of great energy. Success today demands limit h. To ail is to fail. It's utter folly for a man to endure a weak, half a live condition when Electric Bitters will put him right on his feet in short order. What We Never Forget "Four bottles did According to science, are the mo m.ore real good than any other things associated with our early medicine I ever took," writes Chas. home life, fucIi ns Buclen's Armcn B. Allen, eylvanm, 3a. Vfter Salve, that mother or grandmother years of suiierinfi with rheumaused lo cure our burns, boils scalds, tism, liver trouble, stomach disorsores, skin eruptions, cuts, sprains ders and deranged kidneys, I am ( or bruises. Forty years of cures ajrain, thanks to Electric Bitters, prove its merit. Unrivaled for sound and well." Try t hem. On. piles, corns or Only 25 ly 50 cents at all dealers. cents at all dealers run-dowcold-sores- fhone root, has been extensively sold by druggists lor the past lorty years as Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. The refreshing Influence of this extract is like Nature's influence tho blood is bathed In the tonic which gives life to the blood the vital fires of the body burn brighter and their increased activity consumes tho tissue rubbish which has accumulated during the inter. Dr. K. V. I icrcc, lite founder ol the Invalids Hotel and Surgical Institute, and a physician ol large experience and practice, was the first to make up an Alterative Extract of roots, without a particle of alcohol or narcotic. "Hla with thaprentcstof pliniuiT, 1h.it I write to let yon know of of jour medicines riuI the prcit lienrftt I ncelvcl from tin- nt homo," writes MR3. V.'M. ltm K3, of I .nils rmlth, H. C "I suffered for thrco ycira frm a running nm . . . Conaultul I four doctors but .. nu ...1.1 . . ... .. . n .1 ..'!. I mum ivm JHIIl'l l'f lit and wolM IIJ"IU W rnu J i.a tp"lllt .roiieernlnc riy. ""nr.......an...the that lion .Iivo to confultt .I .. . ...... twwl . I I... ...v..-nun f.lnn.l UUUl I"1HU 1PU4L I1U K. VUl l"Vllr: I'lv llMi. x I lld, nnd alter rvwn monthi. ailvlred pis to wrlto to Dr. l'ienu, which use of tho treatment tho -- ire is hetilcd, nn.l I enjoy Iwtter liialth than I verdid. I dressed tho wo'irnl with Dr. Herri's AIMIeiilini; Kaheand took the 'Gilden Mk1Ic.i1 Dincovery' Bnd 'Pleasant I'elltU' for my i- rvv ll. T." ! . : 1 1 1 1.1 1 A . 1 troubles. I shall ulvvuys reconiineTid your meuicines. fiR3. IIYES. Dr. Picrcr's Pleasant Pellets regulate liver and bowels. 1 When in Need of W. J. Baugh, si former dent, of this city has amoved from Jackson, Ky. to Crestmont, N. resi- (J. Don't forget our Summer Clear- ance Sale of spring and summer Mrs. J. V. Williams, goods. Carrie Belle MelMierson, of Winchesterr, spent the last of the week with Miss Grace Miss Serious Illness. Mrs. EvN-et- t Morefield, of Sar-diMiss., was taken seriously ill last week and rus'ied to a hospital at Memphis, Tenn., where for a while it was thought she would have to undergo an operation on the head. She was later taken back to Sardis, where her condition is improving. Mrs. E. B. Bowman, Mrs. Morefield's mother, and brother, Dave Bowman, were called to her bedside, b it have returned. s, r ' 'Shit Builder's Hardware, Cabinet Mantles, Grates, Tiles, Mop Jpt3 the thnat of n "capey' chicken clistroys tho worrni nnd avc tho chlci'n life. A frxdrop l.i the drlnklnc watel Cooking CURES and PREVENTS GAPES w'jlto diai Ii.ioa. roup, choler u u J other chick diseases. or Heating Go to or Write Stoves, One 50c Bottle of Uncle Ezra Says All of September so far has tliouuli "It don't take more'n a gill uv efbeen o very warm month, early frost is predicted by all fort to git folks into a peck o' trouble" nnd a little neglect of conweather forecasters. Bourbon Poultry Cure Makes 12 Gaticcs of Medicine. Every poultry rrilur slm'iU keep a bottle ol I.t tree sample this medicine ft I'hivI V it- - and Booklet on "DUe-s- ea ol Fowls." Address, Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, BOURBON REMEDY CCSiPJNY, Lexington. If. stipation, bilioutiness, indigestion H. 8. Newlon, cashier of the or other liver derangement will do Farmee8 Bank at Kirksville, Ky. the same. If ailing, take Dr. was arrested, a deficit in his ac- King's New Life Pills for quick recount being aliened. sults. Easy, safe, sure, and only 25 cents at all dealers. Dr. C. B. Dickson, dentist, will be at the Ked lliver Hotel Apple vinegar 100 per cent, pure the week of September 10 for the .'Jo cents per gallon. Apply at this practice of dentistry. olllce. Hoitrbon Poultry Cure is the best remedy I have ever tried and I have been in the poultry h'isiness for forty years. Mrs. Geo. E. Itnpier, l'.ards-tow. Ky. n, used llourlion Poultry Cure two years nnd 1 just could not raise any chickens without it. 1 have not had a ea-- e of apes since I began Basker-villusing it. Mrs. W. now Va. SOLD BY I have Winchester, - Ky. e, trict will select a candidate for Hillikan Business Schojl, Congress at a meeting lo be' held at Lexington Saturday. W. G LEXINUTON, KY. BOOKKEEPING, SHORTHAND. The Progressives of this dis- C. SHIMFESSEL, CLAY CITY, KY. ATKINSON & LYLE, STANTON. SPRING and SUMMER GOODS. We invite you to call and see our new Summer Goods of Spring nnd merchant of TYPEWRITING. Kimbrell, is in Louisville this week buying his fall s:oo.ls and This school has turned out bun dreds ot men and women wlio ' attending the big State Fair. are successes. It willmalie Patrick, Ed Campbell has resigned his position as operator at the telephone exchange and has been succeeded by Miss Maggie Neul. a success of you. Fruit and Shade Trees! STRAWBERRY PLANTS nnd get our prices. You are also invited to c.ill M'e (Irape Vines, Asparagus, Rhubarb, Roses, Peonies, Phlox. Everything; i try and ee and get prices on anything else that you may need. to keep every thing the people want. Kvery one hliould lie Write for Catalogue. For GARDEN. ORCHARD, LAWN and interested in learni nowhere they can get the most for their money, and where they can get merchandise tlmt will best tuit them. Elder Xi. ,W. Mcintosh, of Spout Spring, sold to Clark Rice, of Madison county, a bunch if old cattle r yearling and at " cents. Snow was falling in Nevada last week while the thermometwo-yea- FREE CATALOG. NO AGENTS. It take3 a little time to look urmind and saiisfy youoelf as to where this place is, but it is time profitably spent, Wo can for as you Ii. F. HiIIenmeyer& Sons, LexingtoB, Ky. know, "Money saved is money made". keep every tiling the people want. As stated above, wo try to not, though, here call attention to every thing, but will mention the follow ing lines carry. Take then which we want you to know OAlUTAIi STOCK, HlOO.OOO gj jl HU!UIUH AND UN- .A P DIVIDKU PHOF1TH. 200,000 ;J PL that we clijll us a bit. ter in Clay City hovered round the hundred mark, and it didn't One Pain Pill, TaKe it Easy. "Queen Quality" and "Huston Favorite" Shoes lor Women we have them in the new things in white, tans, dull finish, kid and The Tonth annual Kentucky State Fair is in session ut Louisville this week. The attendance - belter than usual and the fair i also much better than in formi- P shiny leathers in shoes, bouts und low cuts. "Walk-Ove- To Head-Of- f ; tiie i WINCHESTER BANK. tih' WlNOIIBTBH. KY. N.KOI.I.Y WlTIIHRHIMlON. I'lIKH, W. K. MlMIAH, O AHHIKH. r shoes loi Men we have them in all the new er years. Many Driven From Home. Every yc.tr, in many parts of the euuntry, thousands are driven from their homes by roughs and lung a Headache Nothing i Better than styles in tans, gun metals and patent leather, in shoes and low cuts. Men's and Boys' Clothing wo have them In them in the popular colors and latest In also take measures for lit. made-to-oid- make-up- , ; and at prices to uit all. We suits mid guarantee a perfect Dr. Mile.' Bad Af Anti-Pai- n Pill. g They Give Relief Without t; YOUR AOOOIINTS ROMOITKD HiKi VOX mi VZi'iifciXi'i Vi VAK Millinery Goods our Women's, Misses and Children's Hats We think we we, are trimmed by one of leading linns of the country can Hull you in diseases Friends and business are hft. behind for other climates, but this is costly and not always sure. A better way, the way cf multitudesis to use Dr. King's New Discovery and euro yourself at home. Stay right there, with your f ' lends, and take this safe medL Throat and lung troubles fino. Had quick relief and health returns. I'm help in coughs, colds, grip, and sore croup, whooping-cougmakn it a positive blessing. lungs .VViaad 81.00. Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by all dealers. h offer a word of recommendation Pills, for Dr. Miles' Anti-Pai- n as there are thousands suffering unnecessarily from headache. I for was afflicted intermittently years with headache and after other remedies failed, I tried Pills. For Dr. Miles' Anti-Pai- n 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 neuralgia, tjtviiik' immediate relief." la. C. M. BROWN, Far tale by All BrugalsU. MILM 2fi Deaee, MKOICAL so Cento. CO.,' Blkhart. "It gives me great pleasure to this line, and know can save you money. Electric Bitters Succeed when everything else fails. In nervous prostration and female weaknesses) they are the supreme remedy, as thousand have testified. our line of Ladies' and Gents' Furnishings, liain coats Work Pants, Trunks, Suit cases, Mattings, Wall Paper, Sewing See etc. Machines, Huggies, & etc., need, as we can save you money. r In fact see us for any thing you Watch for our special sale days ads in other columns of this pa per. FOR KIDNEY, LIVIH AND STOMACH TROUBLE It is the best medicine ever sold over a druggist's counter. In. Hardwick & Co,. Stanton. 4 ROLLA WELLS IS EARLY ONTHE JOB FARMERS SHOULD THE PEOPLE AND THE In dealing with the complleat ed ami illlllciilt question of the - refortu of our unulclni; nud cur f. teiiey lawn It la plain that we y oualit to consult very many per y. ons besides the bankers, not be J; cause we distrust the haulers. Inn beennse they do not neees ym sarlly comprehend thehnshiess of . lite country, notwltbstnndlncthe) i SUPPORT WILSON tell- Democratic National Treasurer Brsl Equipped Man For s After Small THE PEOPLE B Contributor. TO ' dancy Sines Lincoln. VIEWS, HELP. are "j. t servants of It SENATOR GARDNER'S There Is to hall.' No Used In Electing "Tainted Money" Wilson and Mar- - The , I a eamp at l.lltlc Traverse iy. .Mlvi'ilxan. Mr. Wells believes In nettliu: at his tVU at S o'clock In the morula;;. iu III i New Vork. A mall, smooth sliarcil, tlHIe iwil 111:111 wit U il coat of Inn 'tilt trsivi' (vIiIpiici1 of niiicli outdoor ' ri'wntly came Into tin- - Waldorf it.vIiis a suit case early In tin after .uti and roKNtcnil a- - 'Holla WV1N. I.otils, Mo." Tin' smooth shaved little num. who i in lie the watchdog of the N'lls.iii money from now on. ltiipa .. :.ed for vital statistics, whereiiiion loarued'at lir-- t hand that he U a ii"'i;er ami of Kt. I.oid. years old. was tfradiiatetl a' i tifty-M.in ISTiJ. ir three years he r re ( inventor Wilson was cradnalcd Hi lie has two sons who are I'rilice who some men and a . ti.i.v will lie a I'riueeton man: that ,d no notion of scoliif; New YnrU jids summer until the Wilson orcatu "it Ion selected him us Its tre.isuier I that Just at ireent the one thlnj: it sticks out In the appointment !: mind is that the new J0I1 eut hi se msly upon a most beautiful vacation 1I1 h he and Mrs. Wells had eu ' f - Statesman, Himself a Farmer, Declares That President Taft Would Continue to Tax Farmers V of the United States and at the Same $ Maine . , ' Time Compel Them to Compete With j Canadian Farmers. why those engaged In uriiuiiiiial pursuits should support i;icruiii Woodrow Wilson for presl dent aie sirouuly set forth by Senator (jhadmli (iarduei or Maine" In au ad dies to fiinncis. Senator liatilncr Is a practical farm vr. one who farms Ills own farm, and lie is prohahl.x In closer touch and sympathy wltli lountry life and Its eiv vliiinii.eiiis than any other man in pub 11.. nr.. The reason y V. j and may do a vast deal to nial;e It hard or easy. No mere bank ers' plan will meet the reipilre nients. no matter how honestly mer com elved It should he chants and farmers plan as well, elastic In the hands of those s nu n,Uspensable WU jt part of their dally business- .- 3 I'rom Woodrow Wilson's Speech 3 Accepting the Democratic Noml 11 was much enjoyed by all present. The program was nicely render, Clay City National Bank ed ; the dinner was fine. PictAt (May City in tlie slate of Kentucky, ures wore taken in tho nflcrnoon at the eltit-- id litisincss Sept. It h , I!)IL. and everybody behaved niceh. We feel indebted to Messrs Han-leHKSOtTRCES. nnd Derthick for their valuLoans and discounts fiti,.s:i .Vi able services rendered; to Mr. Overdrafts, secured mid unsecured ool 78 Estes for the careful preparation IJ.S.IIonds to secure circuPn W and earnestness shown in the Montis, securities, etc Hfl.H'O (X) work; to Mr. Linker and Miss llaiiklng-hous- i'. furniture and Boone for leading the singing; to .(HHMY.i fixtures One from Nat'l Jinnks (not the inany others who took an actUU 0i reservis agents) ive part in the work. OF THE y Kei'UKTUI'THK COXDITIOX agunts Xotcs of other Nnt'l banks. Fractional paper currency. nickels, and cents..."..... Specie Hue fioni approved reserve I,7.K104 500 CO Dr. Miles' Antl-1'nl- n fills for all pain- - I.awiti. MoxrcY jl nation jj Legal tender lledeniption fund with U. S. Treas'r(ri ofcirTll) Total 50 01 linsRiiVR ix I. vxk.v i.: fl.OOIKXi notes, 1.000CO 1,000 00 Alnke 1,'J'KICIU Farm Drain Tile Your Wet Land Productive. vi ' , 11 le-!- j I "We are koIiik to raise our eaaipalt'si iid tlirouuli the small contributions." jo.uleast. before and after various contrlliutloiit) made 'There are men vvjio can well aiTonl t clve tlie cummlttee S.'i.OOO. bui r "n:tt - to assure the public that we ari" lint coins to have any tainted mo-.t"We are appealing to the people, and ve are relying on them to help elect ..sun and Marshall "I have two boys who have been raduated from Princeton, one live Hut II is not nco and one seven ie ause ours is a Princeton family that He Is a ;real i.Ue Coventor Wilson. 'ii' iii:i:i and the type that nu sliotild t eii-ei- l 11 ...iid Mr. Wells. "I am sure that n lame part or the nmey will be raised by popular sub erip:ii)U. 'I'lie people have conlid'-- t e l'i '.V.mlrnw Wilson, and they will .he . hat they can of their means to elect is li a man piesident I am Rival believer in pnbJNIiliij 1 11 .eiimor iiiiiu Interested In the national mature, and for ten years he w.w the master of the state J,rante of Maine. A few years uko he came within :i close margin of belns elected governor of the Pine Tree State. A little less than a year njio. when Scuatot I 'rye. who had represented Maine in the senate for thirty years, died. Coventor I'laistcd honored Mr. Cardlier and reeomilzed the UKrlclll- tural Interests of the country by nppolutiim in to the ITnltcd States sen- ate. whele lie has made a most credit- able terotil. devotlna particular atten- lion to tlie welfare of the pent rural population ol the country. He Is now a candidate for te election and will un doubtedly be successful In hi ndd!v-- s Senator Gardner says: 101 iweiu.viive .veins net" has been actively - country huv in o;iinr'.unll.v to benvnt thi,iti!,lv,s thn lta never n proofed within m icinllee linn lit lie l;e!iinerutti' iiuit.v II. .y lu ci nmi'clii-i- l hv Hip f'ltre'of nnhl'c np'n'ni 111 nnnitpiiie n nvm fur the ii's;i.tii .!"i Is the l)e.t i'iili(ieil fnr thm htnl itlicu (if any tint hive tieen mi i.huleil n leeteil tinee l.lnciiln-- u in in I hi l I .if f'om a peisnti'il nciit'iliitiiine with urn .1 knowledge of Ills fltiii'Htf. n itimi "it tin n.ri.r uli.llty m.lonilMlv : ilieonti..iill.v leu "f iiit''"o"t ivnmiUci.t.. fm its cm-- . . N'mv. I I H.bi.-.it.i- l 11 flip fatmera of tlil ? 110,808 38 LIABILITIES. Capital htojkpuid in li'ti.ObO 00 6,000 00 Siiriilus fund Undivided profits lessexpeiis.es and tuxes ifaid 1.110 30" Xnt'l bank notes outstanding So.UO 00 8(J." 25 Duo to other Nnt'l Bunks..--. . individual deposits subject to check 83,0(11 77 Cashier' checks outstanding 105 00 Total .f t'ury ,,..,, ., rlKlil. mul. , t'.ie I . I . - e la pillille life." 11 Woodrow Wilson says this Is not i.iue to be afraid 10 "speak out In meet-iic- : " That he was not iitrald Is tlemistraietl by his logical speech In nc- :JtiK tlie Democratic nomination. - mi REVISE TARIFF UNHESITAT INGLY DOWNWARD. There should be nn iuintedlate revision ot the tariff, nud it should be down ward, unhesitat Inxly and "teatllly downward -Prom Woodttivv Wilson's Speech Aceeptii.u the lietuociatlc .Nunil nation yearn, during which time the order In Maine added XtJM tnember and attained n power unit Influence never held before. 1 feel I am in n piixlnun to speak from the The Sunday School will gain A 'great fertilizer, nnd 11 hardy standpoint of ore who knows the farmer and his needs, and It Is solely because of vigonuis fortiire plant for liny him! be held ul the Methodist chinch (his 1l1.1t am prnnipteil to address you. pasture Will grow in any soil, ut 10 a. in. We are glad to see Kor yens fanners have lustly It is a very serious matter to ask even in rocky places. Unn be sown ninny of the boys who have been of liclrn required to pull at the tat one medicine and have the short end of the yoke because of unfair with spring oats, or kowii alone in playing croquet present nt Sun-da- y wrong 'one-giv- en you. For this ami unjust discrhniiuitions in leBisiation May for meuilow.'and POWll in with school und hope to see still reason we urge you in buying to I' time the fnrmeis me JTlCeS being l'"r" at t,,e l!,,it cultivation. chawd with be careful to get the genuine the uauFu ut en- - hiKii coi of iivinu when of srteil, and circular how to crow It more. as it matter of fact, taken collectivel- y,. Mr. W. 15. Thncker, who has " ' '"I"1"- the amnunt invesle.l In their business, the houis denitt'il tu hud labor and every BOKHARA SUED CO., Falmouth, Ky. been ill for some time, hus now Buck-draug- ht thins counectid whli rhe details of agriUox 09. cy cultural nie. ns a whole, the We are glad to see recovered. Liver poorest paid class of people In this conn-him out ngain. He will begin try while datively the most Important. l)iu Inn all recent .veins farmers nave The reputation of this old, reliant (Jluy City teachini: been told what a Kieat blessinK hus been ble medicine, for constipation, In51 1 the. so called protective thelra tlirouh digestion and liver trouble, is firmMonday and as Mr. Tliacker is a ' tariff, and yet to llml a market for their ' ly established. It does not imitate principal cinps the have bad to compete man of experience we feel that other medicines. It is better than In the markets nf the world where the others, or it would not be the fahe will give satisfaction to the price Is llxi.l Hut suddenly it Is discovvorite liver nowder. with a larcrer ered i.il the larmei Is the sole cause for THE ONLY GENUINE good people of Clay City. Bale than all others combined. -' the lilsli cost of llvltiii. and what (.Mr. Taft) with a The piesident SOLD IN TOWN F3 The Sunday School Convention total disregard for the Interests of the (millers, submits plan to open up to competition ultii the farmers of the UnitKEEPS FLS3H IN TONE ed States the piiulucts of Canada while FROM SKIN TO BONE. OF L. & E. TlflE Tjf5LE. belnn ciiteful to preservo the tariff or. ' Heala Everything Healable. Burns, mine cnrrectl.v spealiiK. the tax on all ' Uoils, Soreo, Ulcers, Knst Round. West-BounEffective May 28,1011. Piles. Eczema, the farmer has to hay, which as clearly as ' Cuts, Corns, Wounda ana Bruises. nn thing cm txpiwa the hypocrisy and SATISFIES, OH MONEY BACK. No. 2. No. 4, "hamliiisKeiy" of Hie claim that tho tariff No. No. 1, Ih anv beneiit to iim'lcultural as compared Stations. SKJCATAM. DRUG GISTS Daily. Daily. wp.h niamifacturcU pcJ'UlCls. Daily. Baily To the Purniem or the United States. I! reeling: lieluy one of you aed for the greater pail of mv life having been enijnRed In the practical evervilay duties of my own years farm. h.nvlcH been for twenty-fiv- e part niilelull.v nt vvnile through boards of nKrleultuti' .mil the national and state sr.uiKPn. Iiavlnu served four years as second ollker of I lie iintlnnal Ki anRe and ns master of the .M.ilne state granRo ten ll will make one of in most tiecesihi. preslilents ever In the Whlt( IIoiim; ami tntoui;)! whem none wlll bo rcfcccil .. hrai'ttist. lion ever humble, nor f.tll to ci'hu Justice at his handa. He la tuny i every peisnn marvelous man. ntiiVI-wlsl- i In the I'alted States' conlil litinvv htm lib I K.1 nun. uu I ih. I.l... 'Miu nuuuiciueiiiiiiei . .... .ine- , that n,s lulne .lllal.M )s le addt mw of perfect balance? N'one enn meet Mrs Wilson nun ner inrce rennea,' cuiitircn iiaumuis v.'lth their perfect" naturalness but must fPC that the of Wou.hi.w W'lson was especially prepared to till a ureal need In the present crisis In the his lory of our country, as were Washington JelTetson, Jackson and Lincoln, and I outd ml vise the farmers upon my tepu atinn ns n man If you want to pinteet own Interests and thoso of your if you want 10' render the Kiciled i.oc.ilhle i;ood to ypuf country unit future i;eneiatlons. If you want to contribute .Mtir part to the end that populnr sovein men) under God shall not perlt.li Jiimi Him i'ii nil. then ace that the Hon. WonUi'nu VVIImn Is elected president. whole-family tnin-ule- iiIhii all. kihiI. wlih erel svniiatliy rm mii,,,,,!. which he is rt- - n.nr.o:H in 1.1.1 By the. use of drain tile you can turn that low, wet, useless, swampy field into the most productive tpot on your farm. Good tile, 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 inctcuce iu the value nf the land is many times the cost of the tile The first year's crop from tiled land pays for it. Any body can do the work successfully. Write for particulars or call at out plant. i.l temt nil eiimyi. 38 i. - nanieil bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge ami belief. A. T. Wliitt . Cashier. Subscribed and !.vurn to before tne this llltli day orSept. 1UI2. I'nlriek Henry. Notary i'liblic. My coniinission Jox ircs.Jau. L'H, 101(1.' CoaitiHif Attest : Iiio. U. Atkinson, , t Ciias Scott. Directors. ' ) das. 11. St.VTF! OK KnXTtTKV, ., . r v.or.TV or 1 owri.i,, ks I. A. T. ' Wliitt C'asltier. of tlie Red River Brick & Tile Company, STANTON, . KENTUCKY. OVER 6C YEARS' EXPERIENCE . 1. Copyrights Ac. Anrone ncnrtlng nketrh nd description mnj inlr!ilr urertaiu our opinion fro whether an liiTcntlnn Is probably patentable. etit free. Oldest agency for eecurtutrpateuts. Patents taken through ilunn & Co. recelre without chare e. In the nteial HANDBOOK trade marks Designs Vaughn s Mill. Mr. (Jims. Nelson's sister, his niece, Miss Hes.sie Malonev niul a Miss Smith, oi Cinciiiiinl i, tire visit iii their It tends and rela-ive- s ul tliis place. 11 oneatenu Scientific American, A handsomely lllnstrated weekly. T.areest circulation of any srlentlflo journal. Terms. 13 a yean four months, L Sold by all newsdealers. II SBtBroadwav.MOUl Vfirlf ' iiuii i uui, F BtvWashlDgton. D. urn oe, 686 C. nlk. SWEET. CLOVER Very Serious I com-plalti- I I llfe-th- 1 Medldie I ' , hap-pens- 11 Bueklen's mkn Salve raAe. wi ri SlWlflRY . iissssassssssssssssssssi . " II 1 M. A. M. 7 :a0 8:0:i 8:18 A. M. P. M. 5:;i"i MR. PROPERTY OWNER-St-op! Consider! Why not use the best possible when YOU pay the bill? ::ir ',': IT 2 i.'l.i Lexington, Vint:hest( f, L. & E. .1 unction, Indian FieluV, CLAY C1TV, 'i :40 :i: ():. 8:50 8:05 7:51 7 ::i7 8:IW 8 it :()() ! 4:50 4:n? 4 :S2 7:1!) :i:l5 ", Stanton, Hosslyu, 4:05 8:5(5 :'." :27 anna's Green Seal Stands for everything that is best in paint. The pigments used are properly proportioned and thoroughly compounded. STUDY THE FORMULA AS SHOWN ON EACH PACKAGE :'JS i ' :i:4? 4:(4 4 .' !i::i2 10:ii4 W:.v; :''- :'.5 : I :i - FiUon, Cauipt'in J (.notion, Natural Bridge, Turreiit. r.fiitiyvllle .let. O. - K, .liinciion, A- 7:10 7:05 0:50 o :4!) G 3:51 ;i:4.rr :i :i :8o :40 :S5 :i5 o:0:j 5:10 5 :05 :i:Vi 2:51 .lllt'kMUl, i:57 l :5o 1 :25 J1:;T. (Juieljis.iiid, I en I ANNA'S GREEN SEAL PAINT U Made to Wear" ron sale cy mU Villi riATON & McGUlRE, ATKINSON & LYLE, Clay City, Ky. Stanton, i' CONNKCTIOXS. LEXINOI'ON: Train No. u ill make eunneetinn at Lexington with il"' I.. &. 1. tor I oi.i.-- v ille, Ky. No. !5 will male connection with the 1a & N. ia U'lnchenter for Cincinnati, O. CA.MPTON .HIN'JTION: Trains Nor. 1, 2, !1 and 4, will make eon. nt'i'tinii win. .M oil n tit i ii CtMitral Hallway to and from Cuuipton. IJKA'ITYVIIil.K J.rNH ION: TraiiiH Nos.'l, 2 and II will muke con- iKttit.it with the .' A. Hailway for lleattyvilU'. O. & K. .IUNCTIOK: Trai-Nog. 2, .'! and 4 will muke e:tiuue. tiim with Ohio & Kentucky Hailway for C'annel Citj, Ky. und (J. ib K. etations. CIIAS. SCOTT, Gen'l raeK-npeAgent. A-H -- r