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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): October 3, 1912 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1912 cla1912100301_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.): October 3, 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. t THE CLAY CITY TIMES. 81.00 n Year In Athene; W'i arc here to help Clay City, the Snrroun jing Country and Ourselves. .1. U. liun-hcr- . I'nblicr. NO. '10 VOL. XVII. " CLAY CITY. KY., THURSDAY. Registration Results. OCTOHEU 3, I9l I . The School Fair. Drys V In in Mor.tirc mcry School fiiirs arc to he held this The local option election in fill! in several counties in Ken- Montgomery county Monday retucky. In most instances they sulted in an overwhelming are to he held in connection with for the, drys, who secured a the distribution, of prizes for the majority of 1)05 in a total vote of hoys' corn cluhs. The idea is a '2,40 cast in the fifteen precincts, good one, and thecounty school which was much larger than was fairs should increase in number. expected. The whisky men made W.ith the proper effort a school no open fight, at the poll", realizfair could he held in every coun- ing that they could not win. ty, and would he of great, benefit The city went dry by 18 main increasing interest in educa- jority. The total vote of the tional work, both among pupils county is 2,810 and if the whisky and patrons. There is no doubt people had secured every vote that the pupils of the schools will that was not cast the county supply the competitive exhibits, would have still gone dry by J55 provided they receive the proper majority. encouragement. These exhibits The election will ho eonterted of wiitten work, maps, drawings by the wets, who declare the call and the like are interesting to for the election wjis illegal and old and young, and the county will fight the case to the finish. school fair also oilers opportuniThe drys are elated and will ty for the display of a variety of contest every inch of ground. the products of youthful indus- They held u big celebration at try and ingenuity. It. is possible the Christian church Tuesday to arrange a most elaborate proevening, at which speeches was gramme of instructing and en. made by leading dry supporttertaining features which will ers. Should the election be held appeal strongly to popular sup- illegal by the highest court the port. In fact, if the superin- dry forces will" immediately call tendents, the teachers, the ecs and the patrons will provide another election and continue the the ways and means and hang up light. the prizes the school children may be depended upon to supply Death of Alurcus Swope. the material for the fair in abunPowell county loses one of its dant quantity. oldest and most worthy citizens The county school fair, no doubt, will be made a perma- in the death of Mr. Marcus nent organization in some of Swope, who passed away at his W'B in u'lmtii run ovni. nuea DiTions or tne present year are line oh Lulbegrud last Thursday notably successful. It should be several possible to improve upon the after an illness ofome weeks. His death was due to se: fair from year to year and to make it a factor of nosniiill pow- nility he having reached his 83th er in the progress and develop- year, and on account of hie adment of the rural schools In vanced age ho had been steadily most of the counties where boys' declining for some time, y.r corn clubs were organized hist Swope was u native- of Estill spring the reports of the progress made have been favorable. The county, but moved to Powell interest in the corn contests lias a hen quite a young man, where increased noticeably and in all he helped to build up the citizenprobability the same will be the ship of that county. Winchester case with the school fairs. Democrat. Courier-Journnvie-lory , The result of Tuesday's registration in 'Kentucky cities is very satisfactory to the Democrats, but. the Progressive following is far from what it was expected in most every city except Louisville, where it cut the Republican vote in two. In that city the registration shows that a total of yiJiST--t persons, including 1,1(J1 secured women, registration slips. Persons who registered as Democrats numbered 10,18!), an increase of 2.00.") over laet year's figures for the first day. Hut 5,7'K) registered ;is Republicans, while 5,020 registered ns The figures for the day show a loss of 1,S88 for the Republicans, and 0.'51 for the Sawed Out The Brodhead-Garrett of Logs. Coin-puny has sawed out of Ions and hence their big saw mill will be closed down until a tide conies later. The mill has had a big run, it. having been several months since' they were shut down except .possibly a single dav or two at a time when it was found necessary to do so on account of repair, frozen weather or high waterj Their planum mill will continue to run on. Catt!et,Welghed Up' II. W, Uarrwl'WeijjJied up tn bmne-jyet.W'irt- thirty head of feeders Oct. 1st at five cents. The cattle averaged 1,000 pounds Sowing More Whcit. Where is the I'rlnclpal Office. Many of our farmers are sow-- ! The Court of Appeal- - has inlel . . . ing wlieat tins tail who have that the principal oili of a cornot for years before sow n any. poration is where th" "iriucipal There is an understanding be-- ' business of the conip.inv is car'tween them that they or some' ried on, ami that pi'ioii i properone of them will buy a thresher ty of the company i object t riirh next year to thresh it. More, taxation in the city w wheat crops and less corn ' ollice is located. The rae rt in some instances would be of, question is that of the great help to some farmers w ho Life Insurance Co.. of Incorporation artiare now raising no other crop Louisville. but corn. The one crop system cles designate Prospect as th" will run down any farm to where principal ollice of the coiuiiauy, to operate it is a loss of time, but the branch ollice in Louismoney and labor. The slogan is, ville did the L'reater part of th" we must diversify our crops and business. The company will build up our land. therefore have to pay taxes in the city under the Coiirt s mi in.; Photographer In Trouble. while it was the object of th" In aflirming the Whitley Cir- company to escape this burden cuit Court wherein George W. in designating Prospect, a suoui it Stokes recovered $2,000 from S. of Louisville, as the principal S. Douglas, a photagrapher, the olhce. Court of Appeals expressed the The bunks of the country ai' opinion that when a photographer makes more copies of a photo- not weak, they are strong. Rut the graph than are authorized by his banking system is weak bectiiiL" patron, he "invades" the patron's it provides no means wnerehv The the bunks may "right of privacy". strength of all the banks should Twin babies whose trunks Whe i wer.. joined were born to Mr. and be behind each of them. trouble comes the hanks ciiniio'. Mrs. Stokes and the babes were photograghed by Douglas, who join together for the common afterward had a copy of the defense. Each one must look oir photograph copyrighted. The for itself. When a bank looksout. for itself, it does so by gathering parents sued for $10,000 in all the cash it can, and keeping it. Then we have money Frost was reported in different stringency and panic. u k y .T u esd a y T?eet ions?-- fset h Mrs. A. T. Whitt is visiting morning, though none was seen relatives at .Vorehead. here. ...... -- h.-r- e Intei-.Soiithe- e-c- ou and were of good - Mr. Williams at the quality. same time received a number of cattle from various other farmers of the county at the same price. These cattle were engaged last spring and it was thought then to be a big price for them. each month. Born, Monday, September '50th Prayer Meeting, Wednesday ings. to Mr. and 'Mrs. II. G. Crab Cha. K. .Mann, Pastor. tree a daughter. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Airs. Carrie Turley, of Paris, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Chas. Services "2nd and 4th Sabbaths oi Welch, near this city. even- l. New Spring Millinery Juft received from the city which combines the newest Styles and lowest prices. Secretary Wilson, of the U. S. Department of Agriculture has made a tour of the Western states and Upon his return to Washington has declard there is no hope of beef getting much cheaper owing to the scarcity of cattle in these states. Postmaster General Hitchcock has completed arrangements for engraving a series of stamps of twelve denominations for exclus-iv- e uso in forwarding packages by the new parcels post, to be ready for distribution December 1st. Tho Chalin and Watkins Pres. ideutial election petition was filed Tuesday with Secretary of State G. 1'. Uroceluis. (July one j thousand petitioners, wore neces-rshrs to got the Prohibition on tho ballot but they so- v noin-linee- I n mt. WALDRON & JOHNSON, Waltersville, Ky. We carry a full line of General MfivhandNe and p? xS are selling the goods to our large trade and they tell us they are n S SHOES AT FIRST COST. : ;1i Saving Money. Vou can do the same thing. $500 worth of Shoes have been marked down t& firA cos! in order to get room for new goods If yon arc not coming in. In this sale will also be included a lot of vuruu j,tiuo uuuiva. The Kentucky bankers in ses sion at Louisville will bo asked to assist the farmers in better farming. Rotter farming means a better country and more mom ,ey to put in the banks. I already one of our many pleased customers, come round "onie day and givo our place a look through an1' let us prico you some of our HATS and CAPS. Here's your opportunity to save some money. First come, first goods.They willopcii your eyestoan opportunity. served. SHIMFESSEL'S. iSSKIIi and women, many men unintentionally obey tha. passage of Scripture where it suys "Love your enemies." are waking 6pocial and attractive prices on.Boya' Clothing. Mrs? j.,V. Williams. Vo 7"T" In their lovo of.whiskey Send Us Your Orders over telephone, by messenger or otherwise and if you live ill Clay City or near our store wo will "deliver ihegoniU' THE TIMES. riMlM4IIKI' VI.'KV T1IUKS0AY. .Subscription rateeSI a year ortlirei vcaw in udvjmee $2. .1. 15. ISiirflhcr, 1'ubllshcr. M'cond-clas- Knteivtl at s mail matter. The Governor of the State has proclaimed Tuesday, October 8th, day in Ken1012, us "clean-uptucky. This is a matter of the srentest importance to the public, as a united effort in this will surely reduce the lire waste, and in time the fire rate. Occasioned by this, an exchange very truthfully says: " was sold here for several years after the first decisive vote whs taken. To finally curry it dry throe votes were taken and two of theur; thoroughly tested out in the c ti."s. Whiskey Deafness Cannot be Cured by local applications, as they can- SPOUT SPRINO. Thursday, Oft. !, 101 CLUIJ HATES. For tho convenience of our we havu arranged club rate with the following papers at prices below mentioned : Tlie Times and Courier-Journ$1.00 al " Cincinnati Enquirer " " " " 1.10 1)0 Louisville Herald Home and Farm 76 1.00 It bind Furrucr 1)0 American Farmer Southern Agriculturist 7A One tremendous expense being borne now by American taxpayers that will be lifted in the event of the election of a Democratic .'resident, and Democratic House is the cost of governing the 'Philippine Islands, which is being done against the desire of Ten of the Filipino people. years ago Senator Hoar stated hi the Senate that up to that time the cost had been $000,000,-000- . Since then we have kept those islands tin average of in 12,277 troops. It cost the $1,500 annually to main-taieach soldier. The cost alone of maintaining the military forces in thel'hillipines list year was over $20,000,000. It is safe to affirm that the sum which would be annually saved, were the States to relinquish over the Philippine Islands, would not fnll short of b50,000,000. Democratic Success means the divorcing of the islands and Republican success means their retention. gov-crnm- n David White. has moved to the hall property from near Clay "Ocober8 has been officially City. day in designated as a elean-uMiss Laura McKinney is visitKentucky for the purpose of re- ing her brother, Marion McKinducing (Ire dangers. ney at Lexington. If this day were religiously obMr. and Mrs. AsaSnowden visserved throughout the Commona few wealth there would be fewer ited rrieiuU at Winchester fires to record within the next days last week. W. J. Christopher, of Clark twelve months to come. The general removal of rubbish in and eouitfy, is here looking after his about business houses, factories, farming interests. residences and other places would Regular meeting day services amount to a big reduction in lire at the Baptist church Saturday hazard. The putting in order of and Sunday. We hope to see a houses and premises in advance good crowd in attendance. of winter would save many lossHousehold Goods For bale. es that are sure to come otherI have decided to move away wise through defective flues, stoves and other heatingarrange-inent- s from Clay City and wish to sell and through the neglect of my household goods privately, those precautions which, while consisting of most everything simple and easily practical, are used in housekeeping, such as of much importance to personal carpets, rugs, chairs, rockers, morris chair, wash stands, dressand general welfare." ers, bed steads, folding bed, If it takes Montgomery county couch, stand tables, Dining taas long to go dry even after the ble, kitchen table, aide hoard, victory at the ballot box is pro. writing desk, cook stove for coal claimed as it has Powell county, or wood, a good gasoline stove, there will be many a wet day yet three screen doors and 10 or 12 in Mt. Sterling. The saloon pen-pi- window screens and many other find their business very things not mentioned. even if they do Glad to show vou what we a perpetual lawsuit in addi- have at any time. ,1. J. Gurry. tion to the regular license fee. p e sus-tai- n not reafh t lie diseased pritimi of the ear. There N only one way to cine deiifiiet.il, and that is by constitutional remedies. Peafnw if caused by an inllatned condition of l lie in ii eo iih lining of the KuMmh-inTube. When this tube is l mud yon have a rumbling soiu d of imperfect hearing, and when it is entirely plostd, Deafness is tlx result, aid unites the iiillumntion eiiu bt! fuken nut and this tube restored to its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed forever: nine eases out of ten are, caused by Catarrh, nhich Is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces. We will give One Hundred Dol n in-l- lars for any case of Deafness (eiiu-'- rd by catarrh) that cannot hit cured Hall's Oataorh Cure. Send for circulars, free F. J Cheney it Co., Tub d... Sold by Druggist", ee... Tnko Hall's Family Pills for civ. constipation. 1 tl A RICHMOND. KY. Training Coor... leading to RlemrBtarj, laternwdllM ft4 Life Statt Cer tinoat,. Yalld la all PaMI' Special of Ktatackr, School i;oaraa Canraca. TaUioaPreotoA. nolatraa. nltariet.aowlaodoltctiool, nw manual tralalna Jalldlnf wjjwlpi araatleo ached, dfpartnwat ft Mrtealijw. T.ra Jaaaar. Makart. SMoad Tana NawmOcr 1 . TJIrl opaaa Jaao III. Term April T. am IT Foarta 1 School for Teachers ... Caulonorm. j. G. CBABBB, Pre.li.nt. 0 get acquainted with its perfect fit its daintiness its wearing qualities the splendid way it retains its shape and original beauty after washing then you will wear it always. BUY Athena Knit Underwear this ATHENA UNDERWEAR for Women and Children is the latest and best expression of sove-reint- v Gives Good Service And has ample facilities to care for. your business needs. - Have you a Ask him. friend who does business with the Theodore Roosevelt, candidate for a third term as President, said recently : "Taft. now repre t.euts the bosses, and the Repub Wean party is composed of them and the vested interests of the "Clay City National"? 3 PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. country." And President Taft said Roosevelt is not a Republican, but represents a party whose chief advisers are the harvester and steel trust one-ma- n Clay Urn City National , Bank, 2 CLAY CITY, KENTUCKY. true underwear comfort. Its perfect shaping brings it snug to the figure without wrinkling under the corset. The extra elasticity of the fabric prevents its becoming thick, coarse and bulky in laundering! The yarns are chosen with special reference to wearAltogether no other ing qualities. underwear will suit "your personal requirements quite so well. In union suits and separate garments at the price you usually pay. . -- J For the Children Senator LaFolIotte, of also a Republican, says both Tuft and Roosevelt are telling the truth abouteach other. And J.aFollette has had enough experience with both Messrs. Taft and Roosevelt i PUBLIC NOTICE. We take plies. this method of further extending Athena1 insures a perfect fit the first time you buy it. It is long wearing. to know what he WIN WITH an invitation to sup- talking about. The answer is: the buying public to come to our store and get their Jlrs. J. W. Williams, CLAY CITY, KENTUCKY. For several weeks we have been supplying many WILSON! The (lovernment now has in its vaults gold to the amount of A large part of 1,221,000,000. thin is in coin or bullion held gold certificates scattered through thu country. Of what is Known a "free gold" there is in tho tretifciiry probably $200,000,-(00- . Under any adequate bank iiigpystein t lua "free gold" would o ut the service of the business of the country. If there were a (.tress and it was decided that the government should come to tlte lescuo the only means of utilizing this ho'ird would he for the Secretary of the Treasury to deposit it in tho bunks. Who should it not be at the service of thu country at all times? I customers in this vicinity with what they need at a great saving of money. Now that we are started, we want to still further. extend our trade Our one great appeal for your trade is n NJ Vf aTTS. I aUWJaVUUaV rZOWSf oTOa-V- I , Low Prices on what you must have to eat and wear. our price on four staple We are you going to give you just show you how IjHOPE a J Ky. MILLS FLOUR IT RISES AWAY ABOVE all other brands of Hour with the bouxevvlfe who loves food homemade bread when she uses thu PEARL Hour. It uniform ttml. ty and excellence never disappoints' her. It is the bent all nround Hour on the market and givtsyourhrei.d that tempt In: nud delicious ilavor that iiIwhv delifilit the 'over of hen you ube the good bread PICA R la Hour. articles to we can save money: Beit Patent Flour Made, Granulated Sugar, - $3.00 per cwt 6 cts. per lb, 13 Meat and Lard, Lard in 50 pound cans, $5.75. Everything in Give us These are only fair samples of oilier prices. the house is sold at the same low price. a trial. rlffiy Made The id would be more people at the top if it wasn't so easy to BMdf H.Q. CRABTREE & COMPANY buck ngaili. by J. ANDREW CAIN, Versailles, (S THE "TIMES. A HOMH-MAI- K PAIMSH. Commissioner of Agriculture J. W. Newman will speak at Stanton Monday, Oct. 7th, court A good crowd should go day. out lo hear him. A one-quart- Discoveries of new sources of tietroleum and natural tuas in iEnstern Kentucky are causing an inllux of capital, and operations are pronounced the most active in years. - i FOR THE WOMAN WHO THINKS MIO n ffiEf-- S, Icct-inj- t, Some women complain thnt tlicy periodically suffer from doll and heay feelings tthich or dizziness In the head, nervousness, pain and hearini!-dowshould not occur to the normal laltliy woman. Hut most every woman is subject to these pains at some time in hsr life, due to abnormal conditions in life. ucli strength, hod r.ir, poor or improper food, wet feet, elutfgisli as corsets, liver, etc. A regulator and female tonle made from native medicinal roots with pure glycerin, and without the use of clcohbl, called over-tnxed tiiuksday; oct. mi U)(3Af, BREVITIES. I)r. mid ".Mr. J. W. Williums sin: in Lmiisvillu mid Cincinnati i this week. KiiiL'isoii Coulee apoht with his father, .1. W near Alt. Sterling. Sunday Coulee Reports from Lexington tire OS per cent, of the Hurley tobacco is safe from frost in barns. that '. 1 . splendid line of shoes To provide skin that would save for comfort and service nt correct the life of a young womon burnprices. Mrs. J. W. Williams. o ed in u motorcycle accident, a Dr. and Mrs. W. C. Martin crippled newsboy of Gary, Ind., were over to see J. V. Coulee suffered a useless leg to be skinnear Mt. Sterling Saturday. Mr. ned and then amputated. Cdhlee is very sick at this tune. Seo our , acre lot sold in A Log on tlu Track. Urn luri last week for IU.WW. of the fastest, expies means serious SiiK'o the penetration of the mountains by railroads the trouble ahead If not removed, so tiininil ,iin towns arc experienc- does loss of appetite. It me.ins lack of vitality loss of strength and nerve ing plienomiiial urowth. weakness. If appetite fails, take Saves Leg of Boy. Electric BiUera quickly to overcome old "It seemed that my the cause by toning up the stomach would have to loe his leg on and curing the indigestion. boy Mich-h- i account of nn ugly ulcer, unused by Hessheiincr of Lincoln, Neb., a bad braise," wrote. D. F. Howard, had been sick over three years, but Aquone, N. C. "AH remedies and six buttles of Electric Hitters put doctors treatment failed till we him right on his fed again. They tried Bucklen's Arnica Salve, and hi.vo helped thousands. They give cured him with one box." Cures pure blood, strong nerves, good di- burns, boils, skin eruptions, piles. gestion. Only 50 cents at all deal 25c at all denlers. Adv. ers. Adv. 1 has proven its value in thousands of cases, like the following: DR. PIERCE'S FAVORITE PRESCRIPTION, "I WJ) Has. Maiiiim. .17: Mns. Dona M. iUnwt, of Auburn. Hcbr.. Route 1. H- e- f thought I vrouM wrlto jr.u In rcmirtl to what your mclinn hnva dono for mc. I linvo us-- d them for thirty years for fi mn!o 'roubu u wcil and uwicrnl wenkm-s- s with tho very lx3t rctult. and they hn'J'rKCrlp. me luimln d of d.illara In iloctors' bills. I buy tho Fnvnrllc tion ' and ' GeMcn Mulical Discovery ' end lake them tocctlu r. 1 nr vtr irasditnppolntol In Jtiur rcmedieJ nnu laKe pleasure in old : fony-flv- o st them tuuny sulTorlntr lady. I nm now almost fifty ycare 1 took your medicines, bolh kirn's, nrd I thn txriml vory 1 foci 111 a a jnjnifr rid. easily mid left mo ftt and It nny lady cares to wrlle rr.c, I wM slat!! Ull licr mii; twut the pood work of your Medicinal." Da. Pifpcp.'s Ortn.vr Famii.v Doctor Book, The Fcep'e's pasl nwmii5 Medical Adviser, newly revised Common , ar.swers hie ts of dclicute i; jt'.tious edition cl 10CfJ which every v.omun, r.fllc or married, ought to lin ,w. Sent free in tloil: bi.ijin,' to any uddrcsj on receipt of jl . oncccat stareps, 10 ;over osi in wruppaB auu maiiiKt, pai-M- vr When in Need of Or. Miles' Anll-I'- "' fur rheumntMm. E dowa fie thr .r.t nt a "capey' chlcUcn deMroyi the worms Ic':'s life. ail hi 'o t'io e!drinking watciA f r.v Of i In tlia Builder's Hardware, Cabinet Mantles, Grates, Tiles, Saved By (lis Wife. Elkatawo, Judge She's a wise woman who knows city the first of the just what to do when her hush'inriV was in the Judge Mann will soon life is in danger, but Mrs. H. .1 Week. to our town. We extend Flint, Bin in trot), Vt., is of that move to him a most hearty welcome. kind. "She insisted on my uing Dr. King's New Discovery," writes The meeting of the.Kentucky Mr. F. "for a dreadful cough, Association of Bankers is in seswhen I was so weak my friends all sion at Louisville this week. thought I had 011I3- - a short time to A. T. Whitt, of the Clay Citv live, and it completely cured nie." N itional Bank is in attendance. L. F. Mann, of A . Cooking or Heating Go to or Write Stoves, PP.ET.UK.nrS vVto d ili-'-nudct.' r ' a, C'JREo and GAPES ro'".p, cholcr ik diseases. BourboaFoaliryCure a One 50 3 Rctlle of wy - Mr. L. W. Bratton, of Lucas-villOhio, gladdened the heart of. the editor last week to the tune of four years cash subscription. Let others follow in his e, wake. I have now iwd Bourbon Poultry Corn cutting is progressing at jtit could not Apple vinegar 100 per cent pute Cure two years and been a rapid rate and much has I raie any chickens without it. 1 have IJ5 cent's per gallon. Apply nt this not hnu a c:e of sajies since began flut in the shock. There is a using it. Mr:. W. 1'. llrueey, Baskur-villgt'eat deal of late corn that will ollice. Va. Dr. Miles' 1'llN for SOLD BY Have to hurry up or be frost 1 bit-te- n Anil-Iai- n quick cure for coughs and colds, Makes 12 Gtil'.i c: if Mudlcluo. a Every poultry raUcr , . V k pfreebottle ol its the most safe and reliable medisample i. tor thU medicine oi illjuh. Address, DU.-cine for many tin oat and lung nd Booklet on ::r,:tt, litvjm, K. REHFOT BOUREOH troubles grip, bronchitis, croup Hoiirboii Poultry Cure i: tho hcM whooping cough, quinsy, tonsjlitis. ronicdy T hiive'ever tried mid I huvc A trial will con- been in the poultry li'isinoss for forty hemorrhages. vince you oO cts. and 81 00. Guar- years. Mm. Geo. K. Uupier, Ky. Adv. anteed by all dealeifl lhinlti-town, Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, Winchester, - Ky. c, biter. niiljkan Business School; C. SHIMFESSEL, CI.AY CITY, KY. ' ATKINSON & LYLE, STANTON, LEXINGTON, KV. :.S. G." Baker is loading five ties on barges along the thousand BOOKKEEPING, SHORTHAND, Kentucky river from Irvine to TYPEWRITING. tfrtho mouth of Ued river. These ties have all been sold to B. M. This school has turned out hnu Mcl'herson. dredot men and women who Fruit and Shade Trees! & STRAWBERRY PLANTS Grape Vines, Asparagus, Rhubarb, Roses, Peonies, Phlox. ORCHARD, Everything For LAWN and NO To engage wagons to haul apples from Kurnuce, Ky., to Clay City early in October. Address Mrs. .Jo.seph M.Cirrett, Fort Garrett, Woodford Co., Ivy. J;.W ANTED are successes. It will make a success of von. Write for Catalogue. GARDEN. AGENTS. Ambrose Cobb, aged 81 years, A Prominent New York oho of the oldest and best knoWn Politician Near Death farmers in Jessamine county, Hon. R. N. Lansing, of Flenseelaer, N. Y., Six Timet a Member of tho died Friday from geiieral debiliAssembly, Tells of Narrow Escape. ty. Mr. Cobb was a cousin of "About fifteen yenrs nifo 1 was Abraham Lincoln and closely re taken with rheumatism, which sembled him. ray nffc-toil FREE CATALOQ. SEE THIS SPACE LATER.. OUR $ H. F. HiIIenrneyer5c Sons, Lexington, Ky. It is not generally known that there' are two army worms in Kentucky, looking somewhat in the caterpillar or worm fugc and .loingsiniilarmischiof, tlii) one during the spring, t he other "dun ML' the fall months. producing what was called vul-- v u I a r trouble. Three I doetors would told me never do another While I had many remedies recommended to me I got a bottle of Pr. Miles' Heart Remedy and It helped me Inside of 48 hours. At of the week 1 called on my the end doctor and asked him to examine me. lie HiUd I was better than he ever expected to see me and asked If I was taking his medicine. When I told him I was not, but was taking Ur. Miles' Heart Remedy, he said, Thank the lxrd for Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy.' I continued to take It, and while I realized my heart was damaged bo 1 could not expect a permanent) cure, for fifteen years I worked every day, notwithstanding I had been told 1 would never work again. In 'July, 111, I was taken with rheumatism again, and It went to my heart as before. I got .so bad that one 'of the Albany papers wrote up my life and said I could1 not live but a few hours. , I acaln took Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy with very satisfactory results, and have not missed a day at business or In the legislature since January. I feel that Dr.' Miles' Heart Remedy has saved my life and cannot recommend It too highly." Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy Is sold and guaranteed by all druga'sts. MILE MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind. 10 heart Fall and Winter Goods STOOK. 81M),000 j KUKPr.UH AND UN-.i DIVIDKD PROflTS, liOO.OOO ,i OAIMTATj I WILL ALL SOON BE IN. We Want day's work. TIIK to Here Invite You to Winciiestkk Bank. OP WINUIIHTKU, KY. Call and See Them. It seems tlint hunters from other states have been invading Kentucky and after lagging a lot of game have marketed it in other States. This is in voilu-tio- n of law and these hunters will be tried in federal court for the oU'ense. Fortunes in Paces. N. IIor.i,Y WiTiiKitsiMoN, l'nr.H, W. K. Simiah, 0.hhii:ii. YOUK ACCOUNTH KOMOITKI) U II Hardwick St Co., Stanton. There'soften much truth in the Miylng, "her fuce is her fortune," ut its never said where pimples, skin eruption, blotches, or other Impure lihiiiisliCH disfigure it. blood is hack of them all, and shows the need of Dr. King's New Life l'ill's., Tliey promoto health and Tiy them. '5 cents at all beauty dealers, Adv. 1 Electric, Succeed when everythhiir else fails. In nervous prostration and femalo wenknessea they are the supreme remedy, as thousands have testified. Bitters r . it U the best medicine ever sold over a druggist's counter. FOR KIDNEY, LIVER ANO STOMACH TROUBLE l 3 New Rays of Light ii)iluiii''i rvunt ..tli-i- CIGARETTES ARE BAD FOR WOMEN Mrs,' Woodrow Wilson Has cided Views on Subject, AN De- 'ti Hip. jimtter of women who suioki iirsf different from thoic held In the iioikeliokl of the Democratic candidate SWEETCLOVER A Ono of tlm mint wonderful dl' rlootrli-a:i i l N I! ii 'Oil Ixnli In tin iiciitiuiMit wlijcli may loiio tip ills-:- sni.l In tin iliauiMi'l- ltli lt. - of many ah ii !i tin In All Nuns, gull stoin1?. .! mo In tlii lilail Icit.r In tliu KMiirj. nr. .liir.vii plainly ly wlnit. an known as X Interim) r.iy plmtouraiili-- . mi. tlm cut iri;i'iiii'iil of tin; Ui'- - ati-i- l or' '.i:is, arc nl-- (1ImiiVtci1 liy till- - meat, ( and In tin1 of tnl.cH-ulu.-ltin' lilnifs till- - aui'llt li!ii l.tnVi-l- .1 Must alti.ilili' nlil. H iftt niilliil to soiiii; o iillmint-- of ivriv llin m fatal onion It lw piovi'ii very clici'tlu- - as i t tii'-.mu illir-'iiii'lH l s lied; It linnormal stnt- i- of l .if tin liiiman IimIj U n Ih'i'H kaijirr tin ERROR IN NAMES. great fertilizer, and a hardy The divided nepnbllcnn party Is like vigorous fornue plant for hay and the boy "blowing ngalnst the wind." pasture. Will grow in any soil, There will be n lot of bluster, but It ven in rocky places. Can be sown will not take vote awny from Wilson with spring oats, or sown alone in ii nd Marshall. May for meadow, and sown in w ith Winning with Wilson means more corn at the last cultivation. Prices f tin ii a mero Democratic victory; it of seed, and circular how to grow it menus restoring real prosperity. ent on request. BOKHARA SEED CO., Falmouth, Ky. Wilson Is tbc best equipped man . Box 9U. notiiituiled for the presidency since Lincoln. Farm Drain Tile Make Your Wet Land Productive. By the use of drain tile you can py field Into the most productive spot on your farm. Good til'-- , properly placed, not only carries olf surplus water, it admits air to tin-somid makes it easy to work. It improves any soil. The increace in the value of 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 fsll at oui plant. turn that low, wet, useless, swam- ctiritlvi' i ln!"l-r- .i ri'iit. Amttiicr iiii-- tin-- person her husband's dally conference with reporters, although heretofore she has made special requests that she be not quoted, nor written about tn the papers. What Mrs. Wilson wished to have fully understood was that If she the first lady of the land sho will not, as has been said In a widely distributed Interview, have packages of cigarettes In her personal desk nt the White House nnd Indulge In smokI'lio-hoeit patients at Dr who have I'lereu's Invalids Hotel, in l!iirta!o, N. Y.. ing them with her callers. iiUlilr commend this wonderfully equip Through Governor Wilson, Mrs. Wll. nil Niiilt.iiiaiu. wherii tho above son asked that publicity be given to n filcctriu niaclilne--letter she had written to the editor of and other mot incil rn and up-- lat appai.itus am used for tlm cuir the State Journal at Columbus, 0 f chrotiK; The treatment ol repudiating an alleged Interview with ilio chronic that are peculiar tr her in which she defended cigarette C ornell have for many n h'rrr oar fwrnr in tlic cures iilfectid lit the. In- smoking for women. The Interview vj kls Hotel and .Mintienl infinite. come to her in a letter signed In orectinff tho Invalids' Hotel, Dr. II. had "American CItteen," which said: . Plnroo's Ulna was to make it n cniilur e, Deft Madam I can scarcely think ot home, not a hospital. Such cases as hydrocoln and varicocele are Usually any greater calamity to the young womH abl' cured In ten days, and the patient en of the nation than to read auch a to return homo. Tho terms' ate modeiaK preachment as your Interview offers them. and the rates at the Invalids" Hotel comI am a worklngman, and I see men lose paratively low. In tlm examination ai:J their Jobs almost every day because they treatment of patients the practice are Incapacitated for work by the use of Into specialties, liach menilier of the cigarette. If smoking does thla for ce "tho Faculty, although educated to lirai-tlatronff men what will It do for girls and in all departments of medicine and women? sunrcry. is here assigned to a special deThe "interview" was Indeed a cor partment only, to which ho devotes hi? entire time, iuiy ana nlieutlmi. ruit dial Indorsement of the woman smok only Is superior skill thus nttniucd, but , er. Here aro some of Its assuring also ranlJily and accuracy In the diagnophrases, all credited to Mrs. Wilson: sis of disease. SK'clallsts connected with this Instl- - j "A woman writer for a syndicate of tuto at Itiilfalo, are enabled to accurateh Sunday newspapers asked Mrs. Wood-rodetermino tho nature of many chronic , Wilson if she agreed with Ger diseases without scclnir and personally e.famtiiin their patients. This method trude Atherton's opinion of the smok of treating patients at a distance, by mail, ing of cigarettes by women. She smil so successful that there 't s.'arcely a city or a villago In the United ingly exhibited three cigarette boxes Mates that is not represented by ono or piled In the corner of her desk, all but l'uro cases upon tho records of practice empty. i t the Invalids' Hotel and SiiMUai " 'Why shouldn't a woman smoke if Such rare cases n.s cannot be she enjoys it?' she queried. iiviatU tn tills way, hich jenu.ro surgl " 'Why hasn't she Just as much right or careful c.l .r electrical therapeutics, receive tlm to a cigarette as a man? Certainly I ot the mast skllliul spccialijts a. agree with Mrs. Atherton that any exthe tn medicin i there ha', been rapid pro isting prejudice against women smokdiiiitnj iiveiit j(ar... tic. l'lerce ha-"ess icpt up with t;ie times bj coiitlnually In:-- 1 ing Is to the last silly and absurd. '"Smoking cigarettes is a question uroviiiiliislalwratory by cliemlsts, care that the lnsredlonts it ud of manners, not morals. It promotes, n Into his good fellowship. Pr. l'recriplIon us well " 'Some women feel that a cigarette I leal Discovery" a th'"lioMeii Mo ate c. I t tvicted from tho variety of natlv calms their nerves and helps their Mslie'ual ro.it. The.se at oKathetvd with brains Into working order. Personally care and at tho proi-ei-ason of tl." . m that their mediciunl propertht? smoking diffuses my thoughts instead of concentrating them. I enjoy it as I i...iy be most reliably. 'I hese extracts an; thru made soluble enjoy after dinner coffee. Both aro ' In pur" triple re:lned glycerine ami botth d pleasant ways of ending and finishing .ri a hvIei.ieaiiil sclrutllic Kianner. 'J'I'ij tha World's DIspensnrv a- rtal.li.sheu cv off; both add to conviviality and good nr. ri'srce is suppuci witu eory unuwn fellowship.' " aiiparatus ini-- l means (if cure, for Its ah..-The editor of the Ohio State Journal, to avoid surreal opera tlon.1 when ver it was clear, had been much incensed possible. (!rc-uc.aro Is eercifrd not t nverru-coiitattat the apologies for tho cigarette bablt those w ho consult the speclall:t i among women attributed to Mrs. Wilif this iustitiitloa that no (also Lopu son, as he wrote on Aug. 10 an editoin iv bo rai.nl. Mativ thousaiwb are .tumuilly treatel rial in which be called for the defeat imth throiwh eorre.sonih-iic'- i ti'id tit thl of Governor Wilson or a repudiation Inultuto. Kverv on by from bis wife. If there was no misor in ma the i onsideratu take about it, he wrote, "Mrs. Wood-roattention. All coim.i tnlui-lioare treated a:' ttWcVly c.nitid n Ir.l, Wilson shouldn't be mistress of N'o ehatue whntover Is r.Xu for the White House." Wtit the Invalids' Hot.--I and Arrr.--I al If the Ohio editor was emphatic Mrs. l'ritald-u- t, .'v.stltitf. Dr. n. v, aJ Wilson was certainly not less so. Afttluirjlo, X. Y. er the reporters had said they would The Mountain Kulm, of Sandy gladly publish her letter to the Ohio editor she asked for an hour's time In 1 look, guys I wo (lill'erent railroad which to write ono. This was what companii'K urc Mirvoyiii": and she prepared: Dear Sir I have Just received a copy of their roads tl)roui Klliott oIx-Mt- oarbon iiimii any ponliin of tlic laxly tlia may In' tliu wat o( pain. SnlTiTors froii tliciitniitlsin. striiltr uNo from iIiom uxliiuisl in,' p.ilin (tlic origin of whk-l- cannot a l)i :KLtiratify tiiniH frequent rcll-'ly Unit liiiiniillMtn from a liigl treatment and ihiihIIv wltlf a little per sNtenci1 In the use of thin iiiil.cnii fortabli health or perfect recovery l oht.ilnrtl. Tho inciiuUwciit tlcht liatli. consl-tln- r of a cabinet In which the jiatlent I. hithcd In tho combined rays of man leotric. light kI'Ih. has prodmvil mill: wonderful result! In dint rheumatism. aiiii'inln. and sone form of kidney and heart tumble. 1 li ! aNo proven valtvihlo In chronic asthma imd viirluits skin f litis, lirom.-hl.i-l A a general liyKlrnlr mcaliri a (.'fllelency cm scarcely Lc i f ray (run tratliiit tlm vlolci, or an am Mailt with u yprolally irriart-(l tiv.ilmeiil iiroivcillnji priKliiicil Lj U tin coiutii Wife of Democratic Candidate Qivaa Out Latter Taking Strong Stand on Smoking Habit. Now York. For tho first time alneo Woodrow Wilson became tho Democratic presidential caudldato has Mrs. Wilson appeared. She attended In Georce W. Perkins Progressive. Is sure a "bully" VsaTa'a'a'a'a'a'a'a'a'a'a'a'a'a'a'a'a'a'a'a'aW OVER 66 YEARS' EXPERIENCE Wonder how the colonel likes being an ouu-Hst- VJMB ''WW Trade Marks DrstaNm Copyrights Ac. stir actit f roa. uldeat sneticr for securfnir DAtenta. Fntonts taken tbrooab Munn ft Co. recelTS tfteM nttlet, without cbane. In the Red River Brick & Tile Company, VfANTON, KENTUCKY, Things Sensible. Every time an aviation meet does not kill nnyhody, congratulations are in order. It is almost impossible to believe that in his youth Colonel Roosevelt- hud weak lunjis. A a supreme test of fealtv. the sulTrajiettes should organize another parade ami invite (Jolonel IJoosevelt to march. Sckmiffc Jlmericati. handiomety HlnatralMl weekly. T.rreit circulation of any acientlda tmirnal. Term a. t a year i four months, ft. Bold by all newsdealers. A Very Serious It 3 a very serious matter to ask tot one medicine and have the wrong one given you. For this reason we urge you in buying to bo careful to get the genuine Branca Offlce, Ot F St, Waahlm ton. IX. C. d!ii. o . HEAL IT WITH men-lionr- . 1 If the doctors could give ha fever a hig'i sounding mime, the.) could make more money with it than they do appendicitis. May lie I that l,ou; Island litis Bucklen's Arnica Salve KEEPS FLESH IN THE ONLY GENUINE SAT IS Pies, na iinurv naoir gCo AT ALL DRUGGISTS- 1 - , "n-- i . r Wi.'lli ', a.-c-- BUcT-DRAkrlT Liver Medicine ble 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 ale than all others combined. SOU) IN TOWN F2 The reputation of this old, rellaW rut-tur- hand who refused to cook for his wile simply was taking a precaution against becoming a widower. Heals Everything Eealable. Bums, Boils, Sores, Ulcers, Piles, Eczema, Cuts, Corns, "Wounds ann Braises. FROM SKIN TO BONE. TONE , I I his-liee- n , s t, T. K. may be a tramp of tin skies, its George Sutherland says, but he is too good energetic to be in good standing in the hobo's union. No. 2, Daily. The courts say that the Social ists have a right to display a red Hag as the party emblem. How P. M. then about the red bandana of 1:3"; 2:17 the Progressives? 2:35 One good thing about, the elec2 :49 tion in Maj'ne s that all three '6: 3:15 parties insist that they are ver 3:21 happy over the result, thus set 3:28 ting a bright example of opti 3 :47 3 :52 mism. - SbpTORY No. 4, Daily. A. M. Knst-Hiiuiii- l. OF L. & E. TlflE TBLE. West-HounEUVctive .May 28, llill. Stations. No. 1, No. 3, Daily A. M. Daily. P. M. 7:30 8:0;) S:18 8 :;I2 8 :30 Lexington, Viiichrster, L. St K. !:(.() !i;i'5 !I.:12 Indian Fields, V LAY CITY, Stanton, Ilosslyn, 1 Junction, 8:50 8:05 7:51 7:37 7:19 7:10 7:05 C.:5!l 6 :43 5:35 4:60 4:37 4:22 4:05 3:56 3:51 3 3 3 3 . well-know- i i N-s- "-ir- - i The third term candidate is not often given to make "Imd brakes" fiom the platform, but mice in a while he forgets hi"i self in his insatiable egotism Addressing an audience in the West that contained quitter number of Civil and Spanish war veterans, lie shouted: "I was in that war (in Cuba) myself, and (regretfully) it was the only real war we ever had." I :CH 4:25 5: l!i f :25 :27 ; :32 1) :44 10:04 10:57 li 1 1 Ft sou, Camp ton .Tr.netlon, Natural Bridge, Torrent, .Tct, 6 :40 0 :25 C:03 :45 :30 :25. :12 :50 (). & K. Junction, 5:10 5 :05 2:51 1:57 1 :ii5 11:25 .lackson, Quicksand, 1:25 CONNECTION. LEXINGTON: Train No. 1 will nrnke connection at Lexington with the L. &. K. for Louisville, Ky. No. 3 will make connection with the L. & N. nt Winchester for Cincinnati, O. CAMP TON JUNCTION: Trains Nos. 1, 2, 3 and 4, will make connection with Mountain Central Railway to and from Cnmpton. BKATTYVILLK JUNCTION: Trains Nos. I, 2 and 3 will make connection with the L. & A. Railway for Beattyville. 0. & K. JUNCTION : Trails Nos. 2, 3 and 4 will make connec lion with Ohio & Kentucky Railway for Cannel Citjv Ky. and 0. & K stations. CIIAS. SCOTT, Gen'l Paesenger Agent. t e con-iiitl.- ir s McCairs Magazine and McCall Patterns For Women Tloro F:i:nJ than any ot'tcr Mc Call's liLuriiziuc or attcras. ii i In lultablu Fashion Irtudo monthly in on uuiLononulmrtlrul thousand horn s B sides show-- i tha late-i- t iliiins of M.Ca I l'.itte.-i- s, each issue is l.rlmful ct p irl.lln:; sho t st rics and holj ful i formation for won.cn.' Sjva Mono anil ICp to Style r.'i. u i h i ; f. .r Mr'U i'i jljf? li cai ircc. a.. mis it cil ju c't u, Il.-w- w Are You Nervous? What makes you. nervous? It is the weakness of your womanly constitution, which cannot stand the strain of iht hard work you do. As a result, you break down, and ruin your entire nervous system. Don't keep this . up! Take Cardui, the woman's tonic. Cardui is made from, purely vegetable ingredients. It acts gently on the womanly organs, and helps them to do their proper work. It relieves pain and restores health, in a natural manner, by going to the source of tiie trouble 'and building up the bodily strength. i.ill v itint.v, which will open to the wt.rid our immense. Held of coal tiiid timlier. Tiie vain i it ion o eal and pet-mhi- ui ptiipi'tty in New York eity uliim to the lux hooks is 7,- tllD.um.l'tM). This ? ten time e v ilii" f the same kind ol in- peiiy in the state of Ken I i - ltirl:. TlifM' ha heen a marked in crease in the number of saddle horses kept in all cities during what he thought might prove an extho pust two years, Tho deniuuil planation for tho interview. is increasing and the cull is f.tr "I do not think It was maliciously Inhorses of tho better style. vented," be said. "There Is a rather At White Sulphur Springs, W. Va., where 0. V. Duncan formerly of this city is located capitalists will put a two million dollar hotel next year. the Journal with your editorial entitled "Smoking Women," and I beg leave to Indignantly deny the statement that I of women smoking cigarettes. The Interview upon which your editorial was based Is a puro invention. I Intensely dislike tho cigarette smoking habit for womenIn fact, so strong U my feeling on the subject that my real danger lies In being unjust and unkind In my Judgment of those whu differ with me In this respect Hut certainly no woman In our household ever has or ever will smoke. Quite apart from the bad taste ot It, I believe with you that It haB an extremely Injurious effect on the nerves. ELLEN A. WILSON. (Mrs. Woodrow Wilson.) Governor Wilson, In approving the letter seut out by Mrs. Wilson, offered C'-l- 1'3 LtT hT4Uil f. rty' tW'M nhr , hhi uii-1. miiy au-- l nim.Ur Mire a.j tit i I McCiH l'ittri- ll m 1'i.r u j nlr,uti IkiI. None hi(Wr ilu. . lljfi. in vuif dcaUr, ir by mail liora m-Uit-it-i- Mct'j.l Patterns Ur-- i fill , lice. McCAl.L'5 MAGAZINE ? f.240 W. 37tli 5 I . 1 No w York City M'Ut Cardui Woman'sTonic n uwuH.T obtained I I well known writer who bIrus herself Mrs. Wllsou Woodrow, and she no doubt has been confused with Mrs. WlMoir." Mm. Wilson Woodrow was formerly uiurrled tu n relative of Governor Wll son, nml It Is understood that her view? rate MPtMT lU0 tlClUUf elT. Oil nn 1 s?nu in kudu on Maw obtiiu V'lil.-l- l ohm will par, o. a partner'. vsJsaMS InloraiaUou. all SjHPJss WVmififtiirea-u- . ruoto, 10. luileuli SUK In mmai. to n. ' OAO O twiF Ttce.1 w FATIJT - Aa 41- Kit Mrs. Grace Fortncr, of Man, W. Va., took Cardui. Tliis is what she says about it: "I was so weak and nervous, I could not bear to have anyone near me. I had faiutinc spells, and I lost flesh every day. The first dose of Cardui helped inc. Now, I am entirely cured of the fainting spells, and I cannot say enough for Cardui, for I Jcnow it saved my life." It is the best tonic for women. Do you suffer from any of the pains peculiar to woaen? Take Cardui. It will help you. Ask your druggist Wrtk to; Lidiei' Advliorr Dept. Chttttaooft McdiciM Co., Outtaaood. Tsaa.. (or Social iMtnicUaat, and book."Hoaw Trtavtauat tar Wonts," Mat Int. J H t wiMMffwai - W H "it- V,