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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): October 10, 1912 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1912 cla1912101001_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 10, 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. TtlE CLAY CITY TIMES. si. oo a Year in Advance. . . Ve are here to help Clay City. Ibe SarroanJing Country aod Ourselves. .1. E. 'Burgher, Publisher. VOL. XVII. Farming the Wrong; Way. CLAY CITY, KY.; THURSDAY. Killed In Jackson. OCTOBER 10, J9I2. Correspondence XO. To Reforest Kentucky. 41 Iu traveling over the county see some land in corn that will evidently not make three barrels of corn to the acre. Such crops are hound to hnve been raised at a great loss. Had this mime laud been allowed to grow Japanese clover and the ones who have vainly tried to make a crop on it, worked enough for wages in the spring when labor was in great demaud, and hnve taken the money they got for labor and bought sheep and calves we and put on this Japanese clover, they could today sell this stock for enough to buytwiee the of corn they have raised, aud the land would be better for the profit having been made. How different it is after growing corn crop. The the land is worse off as is the grower. The land is also now iu shape to yield uofurthur crops for at least two years at which time it will take again in the Jupanese clover aud be ready to graze and make the owner more money for him to lose again when he breaks up his clover field to try another crop of corn. , Brother farmer, take lesson. Let your Japanese clover grow on your thin land and plow none for corn unless it will grow good corn. Further, laud that will not grow good corn in such u favorable season as we have had this year need notibe' expected any'better in the future, until at least, it has had a long rest in Japanese clover. Besides, if you must cultivate such poor land, plant it in cow peas, some thing it will one-thir- d to-do Wednesday night about ten o'clock, two men, whose names were ascertained to be Dave and Simpson Baugh both of Quicksand, accused John Kelly Kobiusou of stealing a pistol. Robinson denied the accusation and backed down in the alley between the Patton building and the Enterprise Grocery store and opened lire on the men. One of the men, Baugh, from what could be learned, was so seriously shot that he was taken to a Lexington hospital on theeurly morning train Thursday. The other man was not seriously shot, and was ta ken to his home at Quicksand.. Robinson, for some reason or another, it is said, has been very handy with his gun of late, shooting at or disarming perpotis who should happen to pick a quarrel with him. Robinson was arrested aud lodged in jail, awaiting the out come of the shoot ing and pending an exainuiug trial. It is said that there are several shooting. scraps to Robinson's credit, but that none of them have resulted fatally. Breathitt County News.. The remains were brought here Friday for burial, funeral services first being conducted at the Christian church by- the Rev., Charles E. Mann. Un-amuk- er - Free Cowrie in Road Building. In order togive as much assistance as possible to prospective County Itoad Engineers, the College of Oivil'and Highway Engi- Scores Pistol Toting. neering, at" Hie State University of Kentucky, .in conjunction with the State Highway Department, to any citizens of the State desiring to avail themselves of the opportunity. The course will open Monday, OctoberlJ, and will include Road Location, Construction and Maintenance,' Field I'ractice iu Leveling and Surveying, Making Maps, Profiles and Estimates. The University will have under way tlie reconstruction of one milejof Macadam road during the period for which the short course has been scheduled, which will give an excellent, opwill give a short course ut Declaring that there are only two States in the Union in which the per cent ago of homicide is greater than in Kentucky; although Kentucky was among the first states to establish law aud is one of the most enlightened; that statistics show t hut 00 per cent, of the homicides are traceable direclly to the practice ofcarry-inconcealed a deadly weapon; that the practice of carrying politics into the trials of criminal cases is the must abominable curse that cati befall an enlightened people, Judge Charles Kerr spent nearly an hour delivering a siiiugeutr charge to the grand jury empanelled on Moudry morning for the October criminal period of the Fayette Circuit Court. g received by Slate Forester .1. K. Jim ton indicates that coal niiiiiuir companies in Kestorn Kentucky w ill arrange for reforest ration oftheir proper-tand supervision of cutting oi their land. The department y to assume chari!, on con-dthat, the companies pay for preliminary surveys and the expense of 'he liehl force. Forester U.i it on siatl that the of the timber would pa y the companies anipjp returns the expense. It may be that some of these concerns will turn the land over to the State for a forest reserve, it kmi portunity for 'milieu attending the short course to see some actual construction. , The construction of this road wij be under the supervision of State Road Commissioner R. O. Terrell. Applicants $$111 be admitted to this course without tuition or fees of any nafcpre whatsoever or reference to educational qualifi- J. Death of Educator. M. Myers, a former school teacher of this county, died at JefTersonville October 1st, after a lingering illness. Mr. Mvers was sixty-ninyears of age and is survived by his wife and six children. e retaining the mineral rights. In this way the State may acqui'o immense reserves in the mom tains, far bevond what would e possible if limited by right of purchase. It can spend only HO an acre for land for a forest r serve. This limitation would preclude the acquisition of land with valuable timber standing on it, land underlaid with valuable coal and mineral deposits. -1 -- Autos are Hying around over cations. Theurse will contin- our streets nearly every day of ue for ten we&ke. late. With two in the county and visitors from, the ..neighbor" Teleph provement. ing towns motoring here on busV. O. Hal' nsof jthe Cumber- iness and pleasure frequently, land'Telep.hi ompany was in .t'ymuHglsounds-js.becom- J. J. Curry is home for a fev days resting up. Mr. Curry will shortly move to Lexington, and account this he will have a sale of his household goods at public sale Saturday, Oct. 10th. See handbills for particulars. It' is Better to bo honest from force of circuiustuncis than not at all, tlie-cib- ' The Department of Education made out warrants Tuesday for for $407,500.56 the amount of the amount of the first payment to county school teachers. The payment was .not due until the grow well. last of the week, thus I lie funds who are on hand in due time. Supt. Dr. Richard Guerrant, died at his home in Uiuatilla, Mrs. K. S. Bohanuon will receive Florida, last week, was a broth- check for $1,511. J)o. There are er of Drt. E. O. Guerrant, Super- few counties in the State but intendent of the Highland Or- what receive more money from the school fund than Powell. phanage of this city. pahy ha'tf jnCimde ; connections with the local exchange whereby loug distance service can be had from the subscribers' own telephone. The Jinejs being extended to Jackson ahd Bteatty ville. This gives Glay'Gity the best possible long distance service. Fall Announcement. lug quite iamuiar, ."15 ' Mr. I. J. Chase, of Lovee, and Miss Fronie Dale, of Virginia, PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. were married in Winchester, Services 2nd and 4th Sabbath Wednesday, October 2nd. of each month. . Many boys to acquire good Prayer Meetings, Wednesday ewi ings. habits will have to not follow in his father's footsteps. Chiis. E. Mann, Pustor. New Spring Millinery ijuft received from the city which combines the newest styles and lowest prices. to the fall announcement of the reliable nurserymen, H. F. Hillenmeyer Send & Sons, Lexington, Ky. for their catalogue and look through it and see what you need and send them your order. The Times will guara'nteo them to treat you right aud give to you the very best stqck of trees We call attention WALDRON & JOHNSON, 1 j Waltersville, Ky. We carry a full line of General Merchandise and applications for Of the pensions under the act of the last Kentucky Legislature many are lacking in proper proof. y.ilOO i. are selling the goods to our large trade . and they tell us thev are m -. , ...i. SHOES AT FIRST COST. $500 worth of Shoes have been marked down to STATEMENT of the OWNERSHIP, MANAGEMENT, CIRCULATION, ETC., Saving Money, i You can do the same thing. ' firit coft in order to get room for new goods coming in. In this sale will also be included a lot of HATS and CAPS. Here's your opportunity to save some money. First come, first of The Clay City Times, publish- e.d woekly ut Clay City, Ky., re quired by the Act of August 4, 1012. Name of Editor, J. E. Bur address, Clay gher, Managing Editor, City, Ky., same, Business Managers, same, Publisher, sumo. Owuer: J. E. "Burgher, Clay City, Ky. J. E. BURGHER. Post-oilic- e If you are not alreudy ono of our many pleased customers, come round rome day und give our place a look through and let us price you some of our goods. They wlllopenyoiireyestoan opportunity. served. Sworu to aud subscribed before me this 28th day of Sopt. 1012. Whitt, Notary Public. My commission expires January A. T. Send Us Your Orders over telephone, by messenger or otherwise and if you live in Clny City or near our store wo will tSHIMFESSEL'S. 10th, 1014. are making special and at tractive prices on Boys' Clothing. Mrs. J.'w. Williams. We ' 'deliver the goods" v; While these political pirates are clutching at each other's throats in this way the people will surely come into their In 1890 when Campaign speeches are not so A DOZEN REASONS frequent in Clay City as usual Why I Should Vote on Presfdeutiul years. But then AOAINST PRESIDENT TAFT what's the use, it's all one way BECAUSE : rUBLISIIKl' VEUV TIIUltSt.AY. this time. So much so, iu fact 1. He signed the Ktibscriptfim rates 81 a year or three that it is lacking in interest and TarifT Bill and referred to it years m advance enthusiasm on all sides as com- as llio best tarilF law ever enpared with former campaigns. acted. E. Hunjhcr, Publisher. 2. He vetoed the Farmers' Automobile riding may be a Entered ns second-clas- s mall matter. Free List Bill, the Woolens Bill, risky means of travel but it is and other bill reducing excessive Thursday, Oct. 10, 1012. some safer than horse and buggy in Powell county. They don't tariff duties. 8. He has failed to take any venture out over our bad roads, CLUB RATES. and a contact of other machines steps to lessen the present high For the convenience of our sub soribors, we have arranged club rates doesn't deter the nerves of their cost of living. 4. lie supported Balliuger iu ith the following papers at prices motive power. tielow mentioned: his efforts to turn rich coal de Before n Western aucience the posits in Alaska over to the The Times ami Courier-Journ$1.00 other day, Colonel Roosevelt in" Cincinnati Enquirer 1.10 dignantly refuted the charge that 5. Hu has used federal patron-ug" Louisville Herald 90 ho desired to be king, convincing 11 to maintain a political maHome and Farm 75 even the few skeptics present, chine manipulated iu his behalf. " Inland Farmer 1.00 " American Farmer 'JO by pointing out that kings don't 0. He nbandaned his oilichl " Southern Agriculturist 75 have much power. duties to enter into an undigniThe Colonel will be third iu fied scramble with his predecesEven if tliere was anv desire, tlie Democrats don't have to the race, which would seem quite sor for renomination. ling mud in this compaign. The appropriate for a man who is 7. He has lost. 'the confidence tlnrd termers and the Tuft fol running for a third term at the of his party and of the people. 8. He failed to support Dr. lowers secured a monopoly of it hoad of a third party. Wiley in his administration of Koosevelt, himself, says all sorts Waman's sulFrago is on the the Pure Food Law. of mean things of Taft whom he boom, and a Kansas Oity judge 0. His trust policy has helped made 1'resident, and of whom has just ruled that a wife has a the trusts and brought no relief less than two years ago, he said, right to he to her husband. to the people. "he is able, upright anil distinguished, and entitled to the These efforts to ascertian the 10. His administration has rethanks of the American people precise location of Armageddon sulted iu disappointment and for the great work he is doing." are useless. The spot moves failure. Hiram Johnson, Koosevelt's run- with the Colonel. 11 He is a reactionary. Roosevelt, ning mate, says that Taft is "the 12. Unlike most workers, the mos- who knows him best, says of him : :uost humiliating character in all quito presents his bill before he "He has proved faithless to the American history." The Taft speakers also engage does the job. cause of the American people." in vilification, and if Senator There is no silent partner in the Buy experience if you want a Bradley and others omit to say firm of Roosevelt and Johnson. permanent investment. anything that is severe and derogatory of Teddy it is only because they forget. Senator Bradley speaks of him as an "arrant demagogue,' 'the greatest bos9in the world, masquerading in ,the And has ample facilities to care foe clothes of Billy Bryau, which are too big for hiin," andiu order to Have,you,a -- your business needs. f. win is "plunging the gleaming friend who does business with the ' dagger of hate and malice into his political mother's breastj" "Clay City National"? Ask him. There is an old saying that when thieves fall out honest men get 3 PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS; dueB. THE TIMES. Payno-Ald-ric- h . .1- - Gug-geuheim- s. al e not rea'-the diseased portion of ed Hall's Oataorh Cure. Send for circular, free. the ear. There is only one way to P. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. cure deafness, and that is by constitutional remedies. Deafness in Sold by Druggist, cc. Take Hnir8 Family Pills fnf caused by an inflamed condition of dv. the mucous lining of the Eustach- constipation. ian Tube. When this tube is inflamed you hnvc 'n rumbling eoui d of imperfect heuring, and when it is entirely closed, Deafness is the result, nrd unless the inllamation A Training can be tuken out and this tube rem m n m Kin iSchool for Teachers stored to its normal condition, hearOonriM lc.dlat to KteroonUrr lotcnoodlito d M'o Ruto Or ing will bo destroyed forever; nine vuid in an robirc tinetwe. Speed Sehoola of Xeotncftr. eases out of ten ore cuused by Cauoararf ..a tTio. OoarMf Tuition Feo to Too t Dltndld dor. tarrh, which is nothing but nn inmlloriM.aew model lohool, now monu.l tralnloo talMlM. protieoMlwol,fpmotrtoltro w.rtoq.lnpod flamed condition of the mucous Third Tom J....rt Mmtxr 9, SMond Ten. Worraber surfaces. tl. Foorth Ton. April Sommor School .pool Jmo Id, cuiortorm. 0BXDnK, Pre.Hen., ja We will give One Hundred Dol Deafness Cannot be Cured by local npplientions, as they can- larl for any case of Deafness (eniM-eby entarrh) that cs.nmu be cur- d HDIinilh Hymn -- A 1 T. 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 nt u ATHENA UNDERWEAR Women and Children the latest and best expression of 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. will suit your personal underwear requirements quite so well. In union suits and separate garments at the price you usually pay. is for Gives Good Service their . Clay City National IN Bank, 1 CLAY CITY, KENTUCKY. the goldbug wjng of the Democratic party Hew on a little jaunt, the Republicans patted them on the back .iiid called them heroes and brave boys, lending them aid and on every hand. Now that the g. o. p. has had a split in their party, do Democrats lend aid to the rebels. No, they are too fair minded and are disposed to show duo sympathy and respect- to even their bitterest enemies. The Times has full - ' For the Children , PUBLIC We take plies. N OTICE. an invitation to sup- 8 Athena insures a perfect fit the first time you buy it. It is long wearing. this method of further extending II I jj the buying public to come to our Store and get their, ilrs. J. W. Williams, CLAV C1TY' KENTUCKV li For several weeks we have been supplying many respect for all followers of the great "I am'' but are inclined to look upon him with the same dis Mist and contempt that he evi ently views the great common I eople. customers in this vicinity with what they need at a great saving of money. Now that We are Started, we want to extend our trade Still further. Our one great is appeal for your trade Prosperity in Powell county i.ieans prosperity on the farm, prosperity on the farm means the raising of what we muBt consume (u the farm, this means that in ( no instance at least, our farmers are making u great mistake in not raising more wheat. It is i ot hard on the land, and if raised in suflieient quantities as it can bo raised, it means the saving of thousands of dollars every year that now leave the county for Hour. Wheat sowing time is now here, Mr. Farmer get busy. It is lots.tusier to show enthusiasm when there is no need for it than when tlti-rf- is work to do. r Low Prices on what you" jnust to eat and wear. our piice on four Staple have i We are going to give you just show you! how 2 HOPE MILLS EEEis articles to you IT RISES AWAY ABOVE ull other brands of Hour with the housewife who loves pood homemade bread when she uses the 1MSAUI. Hour. Its uniform quality and excellence never dicuiipointg her. It is the best all around Hour r breud on the market and that tempting and deliojnu flavor yivt-syou- we can save Besl money: Patent Flour Made, Sugar, - $3.00 per cwt. 6 cts. jper A).m ', 13 . Granulated Meat and Lard. Lard in 50 pound cans, These are only fair samples the house is sold of $5.75. ' "ktik . other prices.' EverylrungnGive us a trial. (v . at the same low price. , i . good i delights the 'over of bread when you use the PEAJU. Jl..ur,u that nlwnvK H. G. CRABTREE & COMPANY. Made hy J. ANDREW CAIN, . Versailles, ;Ky, THE A HOME-MADE TIMES. PAPER. OCT. 10, 1012 THURSDAY, LOCAL BREVITIES. Wm. Morton, of Bowen, was in the city Monday. Mrs. Asa Burgher is visiting relatives nt uicksaiul. J.H. Dawson, of Winchester,! was in the city yesterday. Born to Mrs. Clarence Estcs, of Vaughn's Mill, Monday, a son. Coll and see our line of Ladies and Misses suits and cloaks . Mrs. J. W.Williams. NO ONE STRONGER THAN HIS STOMACH. Robinson Escapes. Glentnore Wilson, of Morchoad The celebrated Dr. Ahernethy of Iondon wrs firmly of the opinion that disoris visiting his sister, Mrs. E. H. John Robinson who shot and ders of the stomach were the moot prolific source of human ailments in tfencrsl. A McOlouc. killed Simpson Bnugh at Jackson 'recent medical writer says: "every feeling, emotion and affection reports at the last week made his escape from stomach (through the system ol nerves) and the stomach is affectedsoaccordingly. Si'O our splendid lino of hhoes ," Ife continues, " we may be It is the vital center ol the body the Breathitt county jail and is said to live (.through') the stomach." He (Joes on to show that the stomach is for foniforl and service nt correct the vital center ol the body. For weak stomachs and the consequent indigestion still nt large. or dyspepsia, and the multitude of various diseases which result therefrom, no Mre. J. v. Williams. price. medicine can be better suited as a curative agent than A Log on the Track. Saves Leg of Hoy. Dr. Plctvc's Golden Medical Discovery. old of the fastest express means serious "It seemed that my "Several months ago I stifTored from a severe pain right ' writes Mits. O. M. Muiikkn, or under tho boy would have to lose his leg on trouble ahead if not removed, so off and on. for sevCorona, Calif. "Had siifTerud from-It- , did not know account of iii ugly nicer, utilised by does loss of appetite. It means lack eral yonrs. I also siiflorwl from heart-buwhat was. tho matter with me. I tried several medicine) hn br"i8"'" wro,B D- - F- - 1I,,wnrd. of vitality loss of strength and netve hut they did mo no pood. Finally, I was told It wiw my If appetite fails, take liver. I did uotdarotoeat as It mado movorx'. When "A11 uone N nd weakness. ' ever I swallowed anything It seemed that I uotild faint!-hurElectric Bitters quickly to overcome to. I grew very thin and weak from not eating. War uociora treatment laura mi we toia to tauti nr. rierco s uoiuen aieuicai u'fvovery. 1 moi. tried Bucklen's Arnica Salve, and the cause by toning up the stomach flvo bottle of It, and could feel myself (rettliiR Wtter from tho first dose. 1 could eat a llttlo without pain and crew cured him with one box." Cures and euring the indigestion. Mich1 nm strniiR and well and can do b bi Mrong fast. ael Ileeshcimer, of Lincoln, Neb., day's work with ease. Can eat everytlilni? and have put 01 "kin er"Ptio8 liles1 will say to all HiifVcrcH write to Dr flesh wonderfully. had been sick over three years, but Ifoivo. llo lias my undylnTratltuni!." Mas. Mukken. six bottles of Electric Bitters put Former Governor J. 0. W. him right on his They Beckham has been elected Presi- have helped thousands. They give dent of the Uuited American In- - pure blood, 6trong nerves, good surauce Company of Frankfort. Only ,"50 cents at all dealThe company Iins a capital st( ck ers. Adv. of in of $500,000. -- lrcost-lKin- t To-da- y J"8' hf - : When Need N. 0. Walters, of Irvine, was ILirdwick & Co., the wide in the city the first of the awake merchants of Stanton week. have change in their aJ. this S. R. Russell, formerly of this week- - Their faI1 S00fls "ve ar- city, has moved from Irvine to rived and tliey ore being offered ai uio lowest possible price. Mississippi. TREES! Fruit and Ornamental Shrubs, Asparagus, Rhubarb, Peonies Roses, Phlox, etc. NO AGENTS Builder's Hardware, Cabinet Mantles, Grates, Tiles, Dr. Martin reports the birth of ou , dauRhter to Mr. and Mrs. John . omb a W18e woraan WD0 KD0WS 3?" what to do we" her husband's Kimbrell, Friday, Oct. 4th. n I Savfd By HIs wlfe' mo our first shipment Flint, Braintree, Vt, is of thut of Ladies and Misses trimmed hats. kind. "She insisted on mv iisinrf Mrs. J. W. Williams. Dr. Kine's New Discovery. " writes .. j nr. j? "nt i UrtJUUlUI COUgD, TTifronn tmnnD Loan in. when 1 so weak n.y friends all dieted in Breathitt county for thought I had only a short time to et ci.-- :r a II1C3 UlUIUL'l Ul 1U1 IlICl LJIICllll n.i . . l"Jll I1VR. nnri it fnmniPtPlr nnrari va " Callahan. A quick cure for coughs and colds, J. W. F. Williams, who made itB the m08t 8ttfe amfreiabIe medi iUi u umu wimi n. v. euie for many throat and ,ung WHB u",ou ""Jimms""" troubles grip, bronchitis, oroup, lu whooping cough, quinsy, tonsilitis. Atrial win con- Srturdav is a new ho dav on nemorrnages. us Oolnmbus Dav. The season vince you. 50cts. and $100. Guar- for holidays will thus be ushered anteed by all dealers. Adv. in oy tne new uoiumous nay. Appe vinegar 100 per cent We have added a nice line of 35 cents Per gallon. Apply Jat this TVfpn'nnnrl Rnuu' anita ntr nvaennnto OlllCe, whifh flrn mni'lrarl or tirtrmlii i r A. nilllLrnn Rue na ces. Mrs. J. VV. Willliams. received I I 1 1 Just in 111 uungiT, uui ivirs. 11. .1. Cooking or Heating Go to or Write Stoves, GROWERS OF WHAT WE SELL. FREE CATALOG H. F. Hillenmeyer& Sons, Lexington, Ky. Grubbs & Benton, V ONE down the throat of n "capey" chicken destroys the worms nad caves the chicle's life. A lew drops In the drlnklne watet Cor. Main and Broadway, . Winchester, - Ky. m ( e p-f- CURES and PREVENTS GAPES white diarrhoea, roup, choler ami other Chicle diseases. I 1 J. P. Ringo visited home folks ovor Sunday. Mr. Ringo has been very busy in the mountains for Swann-DaLumber Company since August. Elder J. I. Wills closed a most successful revival with his church at Powell's Valley in which several accessions to the church were numbered. W . LEXINGTON, KY. One 50c Bottle of Chn ""'wii Bourbon PoultryCure Makes 12 Gallons of Medicine. Every poultry raiser should keep a bottle ot this medicine on hand. Write for free sample tnd Dooldet on "Diseases of Fowls." Address, HOIKM BEUEDT UssJiST, Leilflgtoa, tj. - BOOKKEEPING, SHORTHAND, Fall and Winter TYPEWRITING. lhis school has- - turned out bun Bourbon Poultry the best dreds of men and women who remedy I have- everCure isand I have tried are successes. It will make been In the poultry business for forty a success of you. years. Mrs. Geo. E. Rapier, Bards- town, Ky. Goods Hardwick Our Fall nnd Winter Goods are in. besides, think wo Write for Catalogue. I F. Clark, a former Powell county man, has moved from Whole Fanulv Benefited Kansas City, Mo., to Queue, Kas. By Wonderful Remedy whither he orders the Times dis There are many little things to patched on future dates. annoy us, under present conditions -- I have now used Bourbon Poultry Ouro two yeurs and 1 just could not raise any chickens without it. I have not had a case of Rapes since I began using it. Mrs. W. P. Lracey, Kasker-villVa. sold nv C. SHIMFESSOL, CLAY CITY, KY. ATKINSON & LYLE, STANTON, o, & Co. We cordially invito in- Keports from the mountains and the bluegrass alike are to the fffeot that killing frosts visited them last week. Everything is still green and growidg iu the vi cinity of Omv City. Green beans and rousting ears still on our bill of fare. life. The hurry, hard work, noise and strain all tell on us and tend to provoke nervousness and irritability.. We arc frequently, so worn out we can neither eat, sleep nor work with any comfort. We are out ofiline with oursilves and others as well. .A good thing: to do under such circumstances is to take something of like you to call nnd seo them. We will make it to your K CAPITAL STOCK. ftlOO.Onn SUHPIiUS AND UN- iiOO.OOO K DIVIDBD PKOFITS, terest to do your dealing with us, by giving you more for your money than you can get elsewhere. And have every thing you wunt. We can not mention here everything thut we handle, but I; K WlNOIEESTER op WmonaTEK, the B ANlf. ICv. PlIKH, 1 want to call your attention to the following lines, thut also Hitert brand formerly of Estill county and sons. Nothing- - In'the world equals them as a headache remedy. Often I am near the Powoll county line. enabled by the use of one or two of Fortunes In Facea. Thore's often much truth in the Mylng, "her face is her fortune," but its never said whero pimples, wkin craption, blotches, or other blemishes disfigure it, Imnure blood is back of them all. nnd shows .it tl. v T tfJ ... e. . rjr pmmuie ..eu.wi anu 1 iteauiy. 1 ry tnoni. t cents at all dealers. Adv. the Pills to continue ny housework when otherwise I would be In bed. My husband Joins me 'In my praise of the Anti-Pai- n Pills and Nervine." Thomas was acquitted at Dr. MiW Anti-Pai- n Pills Winchester Monduy for the kill to relieve the strain on the nerves. ing of Dillard Crow in that city Mrs. J. 13. Hartsficld, 33 Corput St., two weeks ago. Mr. Thomas is a Atlanta Ga., writes: son of Winfiold Thomas, n form 1 hare on laveral oooaaiona been er resident of Estill county, and vastly relieved by the use of your medn icines, especially the PUU, keep constantly on for married Miss Ruth McKiiinev also which I of myself, husband hand two use the and M. Anti-Pai- J. we are anxious for you to get acquainted with. Hart, ScliaiFner and Marx Clothing for Men, fe N.HOLLV WlTUBHSroOK, Cj W. It. YOTJK AOCOirNTS Clothing. SOUOITED fa ga I "Queen Quullty" uml "Boston Favorite" "Walk-Over- " Shoes for Women, Shoes for Men, "Astor S cm sm tta a-- a brand Huts for Men and Hoys. Seo our goods and get our price when in need of Women's, Misses' and Chilr Huts, Coats, Raincoats and etc., dren's Men's Raincoats, Hunting Couts, leather and rubberl'oot jroady-to-wea- Dr. MiW Ati.Pain Pilk rr iriB are relied upon to relieve pain. nervousness and irritability In thou- sands of households. Of proyen twenty yeirt' use, yosi merit can have no reason for being longer At Drgagl,, MILKS MKDICAU Electric Bitters Succeed when everything else CaOs. In nervous prostration and female weaknesses .they are the aunrcme remedy, aa thousands ihavo testified.) ft la the best medkine ever sold over a druggist's counter. Wear, Staple and Dress Caps, Trousers, and etc. In fact see us for any thing you need, und let us show you that we cun cave you money. , j, 11 MnU d0Mi CO., Elkhart, Ins. FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE ; Hardwick & Co., Stanton. wmmmmmmmmmmmmmjf A Letter from Senator (lore. United Effort. September BO, 1012 Editor Times, My dear Sir: I write to reassure yru that the prospects of Democratic tri umph were never brighter. The morale of the Democratic army was never hotter. A united De divided opposi tion renders success doubly cerThe present situation tain. leaves little to be wished for. The recent electiuns in Vermont and Maine prove that the Demo- a If you flaw a man throwing sand at your plate glass window it would not worry you much would it? But ifyousawhim massing the particles, of sand into an adhesive ball with the aid of a little lime and water, you would know that the sand, thus cemented together would go through that window when it hit it. And you would immediately figure on your insurance. If all the men in the country were to start out each on his own responsibility, to conquer anoth er nation, that nation would not have much to fear, would it? But if these same men went out together under efficient lead ership, they would be practically SPOUT SPRING. Mrs. Asa Snowden is very sick inocracy and A great fertilizer, and a hardy Mrs. Mary WiJIiams, of Iron vigorous forage plant for bay and Mound, is visiting' Mrs. Geo. W pature. Will grow in any soil, even in rocky places. Mclntojh. Can be sown with spring oats, or sown alone in Mrs. Carrie Torley, of Bourbon May for meadow, and sown in with county, spent Saturday with her corn at the last cultivation. Prices of seed, and circular how to grow it sister, Mrs. Maud McKinney. sent on request. Mr. and Mrs.- R. S. Christopher BOKHARA SEED CO., Falmouth, Ky. of Pilot View, 'visited Mr. and Box 99. Mrs. Asa Todd the first of the week. YEA US' OVER v SWEET CLOVER Farm Drain Tile Make Your Wet Land Productive. By the use of drain tile half attractive to man if he under I should l.c indebted to you if stood her. It is the ineonsistoni on would koiiiI me a Jist of pei verseness that entraps man. minded Republicans friend-lto Unv. Wilson, and if you w.iuld publish thin reqiieft: Thai test. lib-ory resistless. Gov. WilseM' Courage. So it is with the community. There are few public men of A single individual, however earnest and ambitious in his de the courage of Governor Wilson. sires to advance the welfare of He stands for a principle and his community can do little more dares defend it even at the risk of failure to realize his ambition. than agitate. He had rather be right than Pres An entire community of indi ident, and the people will love viduals prompted by the same de him for making enemies of those sire but each acting on his!own in who were the livery of Democ itiative, and without regard to what the others were doing, racy, the better to serve the devil of Plutocracy. It was Sen will accomplish little more. ator Smith of New Jersey and But actuated by the same de his clique who twenty years ago, sire, and works collectively tor made it impossible for'the Dem the same purpose ah this is an ocrats to carry out their platform other story. promises as to the tariff. He was Our town is entitled to the a reactionary then and he is confidence, loyalty and hearty reactionary now. He wanted to support of every body in the misrepresent the State of New community. Exchange. Jersey agaiu in the United States Senate and claimed that his ad bound Advice. The Richmond (Va.) Times- vocacy of a high protective tariff Dispatch published a short ed is in tne worKing mau, a most itoral that ought to be read in arrant absurdity; The men win 'Welcome" and that welcome every precinct in every State of grow rich by the tariff are not is tendered to all independent the Union and posted up on ev the friends of labor and no tariff designed for the labor voters. The spirit of our cam ery school-nousand in every was ever man. paign is reflected in the follow counting-rooand factory in the ing ing resolution which was unani- laud. Here it is. 'There is Governor Wilson has no pa mously adopted by the Demo- nothing more important than tience'with such 'utterances or cratic National Committee at that we should take our citizen with the men who make them Chicago on July 15th, last : ship seriously. Some people take He boldly declared that Senator Smith must be beaten and by a "We congratulate the country it as a joke, some as a game, some man who stands for policies and the Democracy upon the ex- as a selfish purpose and 6ome as a changed by circumstances aud ceptional prospects of Democrat- hance to help friends or grind altered by necessities of politics. ic success in November next. We axes. JNo mau is worthy ot citi In other words that he would rejoice that all Democrats every- zenship unless he regards is as a stand for no man who does not where are united and enthusias- mission und uses it for the com 6tand so, u a rein on the progressive tic in support the platform mou good to free his fellowmeu platform adopted at Baltimore. every kiud of servitude and The result was Smith was beulen from and the nominee of the party. "We earnestly invite all vot-- f oppression and make them their by 20,000. All honor to such a rs, without reference to previous own lever to raise themselves to man, and ne is sure to receive it form the people who love honesty political faith or affiliation who better estate. Citizenship is a in pounce aud uprightness aud duty, and every man who has a are in sympathy with such platintegrity in men. form and nominee, to unite per- ligh ideal of life, who makes it has a right manently or tempor- brave and serviceable, to be called a citizen aud no oth arily with the Democratic party McCall's in this supreme struggle for es- er should be enrolled upon the and McCaH tablishment of justice and equal roll of honor. A citizen is a man who honors his city, his State and rights as against favoritism and For Women lis nation by living right und do privilege. litre More FrieorJ than any other a one regards magazine or patterns. McCall's Resolved, That we gratefully ing good, ouch is tbo reliable Fashion Guide citizenship seriously. The duty acknowledge our profound monthly in one million ouehur.drcd is committed to of citizenship thousand bonus Besides showof the courageous, disining :ilt the latest desigud of McCall oacli man as a trust to be disLriniful of Patterns, each terested and patriotic course of charged always for the common parfcli:ijj sbo t series and helpful many Kepoblicaus and independi .formation for women. welfare and the higher purpose. ents, including a number of most Sara Money and Keep hi Stria by l"b. i ir McCai't llttailixalor.ee. Cctti ilUtingmVhed leaders and editors A bailot is to be used for the only 5j ccutt a yetr, including any ont of Ihe iticlfitsd McCall Pattern inc. benefit of mankind and not for h dewlarniii their intention l Me"ll Patlarnl l.ad (II othera in tty'fi tt.Mii'lut, ronom and numbrr eolil. support the Denidcratic ticket in the advantage of individuals." Ilure dtaltri irll McCall Pattern! than any i l'..r t J maliea coinUiitJ. Noiie higher than tin riciiilinii l'reuidential conl J centi. P.u (ruin ymir dralcr, or by mail from Woman wouldn't be so over-confidenc- e. crats are voting under the unit rule this year. They prove more than that. They show a substan tial increase in the Democratic vote. If we poll the full party strength defeit is impossible. Noteing could possibly defeat us Security itbut man's chiefest enemy in poli ties. Wo must, therefore, take nothing for grunted. We must, therefore take nothing for grant ed. We must perfect and main turn a thorough organization. The campaign must be vigorous, must, be unremitting till the bat tie's over, till the victory's won. No single agency can contrib ute more to Democratic triumph than the Democratic press. No agency can do more to see that every Democrat votes and votes the Democratic ticket. We are relying upon your constant and invaluable assistance. Democra cy expects every Democrat to do Ins duty this year. While victory is inevitable if all Democrats do their duty, still the door of Democracy stands wide open this vear. Above that door is emblazoned the word - eevera head of yearling cattle from T, S. and Shelt McKinney at $4.50 and $4.75. D. R. Daniel. ' bought EXPERIENCE py field into the most product! v spot on your farm. Good tile, properly placed, not only carries off surplus water, it admits air to tlm soil and makes it easy to work. .Itsimproves any soil. The increace in the value of the land is many times the cost of the tile. The first year' 8 crop from tiled land pays for it. Any body can do the work successfully. Write for particulars or cpll at out plant. turn that low, wet, useless, swam- jou chu Robt. Mcintosh, of Calloway's. creek, spent Saturday and Sun day with his father, Elder Geo W. Mclntojh. TRAM MAMS Anyone Mndtnc ekeleb and daeorlptlon may qntcklr aaetrtaln our opinion free whether an Comronntcfl-llHMf- m lilTenunn la tlonjetrtttly prooaoir paieniaoi confidential. PUMi fop aafrarfn natanta. aent f raa. Oldaat r fataata takan tGroaih Munn .A Co. racatre vpflVMN Red River Brick & Tile Company, STANTON, . KENTUCKY. CopvmaxTa As. DCSMNS enlatlon of any aclentldo tnarnai. Terma. W - eWdbyaJinaTradjaWrm. UXXtX"- A handsomely Brottratad waetly. WMKjmtm waiica, vhoobi aoarwa, n lam Very Serious h a rery teriotta matter to aak tar one medicine and have the to wrong; one given you. For thia reason we urge you in buying to n aacaftti to gat the gannins Tjrrnet ab HEAL IT WITH (Arnica Bucklen's THE ONLY BLAQKMIGHT Unr Medlciie Tba reputation of thh old, ra)ia for constipation, a dicaatioa and liver trouble, ia firm ly eatablkhed. It does not Imitate ether medicines. It is better than others, or It would not be the liver oowder. with a lanrar sale than all others combined. OLD Of TOWN ' Fa CJNUINI Boils, Sores, Ulcers, Piles, Ecaema, Cuta, Corns, Wounds and Braise. SATISFIES. OR MONEY BACK. ORn AT1I I KEEPS FLI8H IN TON! FlfOm SKIN TO BONK. Heala Everything Save ntaaeaaaaaBaVBav-' Ue medicine, H eatable- - Burnt, nmifniilTa SUfWRY East-Bouiid. OF L. & E. TIME TflfSLE. Effective May 28, 191 1'. West-Boun- No. 2, Daily. P. M. 1:35 2:17 2:35 2:49 3:05 3:15 3:21 3:28 3 :47 No. 4, Daily. A. M. otations. . , No. 1, No. S, Daily A. M. Daily. P. M. e, m 7:20 8:03 8:18 8:32 8:50 9:00 9:05 9:12 9 :27 Lexington, .Winchester, L. & . 3:52 4:04 4:25 5:19 5:25 9:32 9r44 10:04 10:67 11:05 11:25 Indian Fields, CLAY CITY, Stanton, Rosslyn, Filson, Campton Jr.nctlnn, Natural Bridge, Torrent, Beattvville Jet, O. & K. Junction, Jackson, Quicksand, Junction, 8:60 8:05 7:51 ' 7:37 7:10 7:10 7:05 6:69 C 5:35 4:60 4:3? 4:22 4:05 8:56 3:51 3:45 3 :30 :43 6:40 6:25 6:03 6:10 5:05 3:25 3:12 2:51 1:57 1:50 1:25 jf Magazine Patterns CONNECTIONS. LEXINGTON: Train No. 1 will mke connection at Lexington with the L. A. K. for Louisville, Ky. No. 3 will make connection with the L. k N. at Winchester for Cincinnati, O. CAMPTON JUNCTION: Trains Nos. 1. 2, 3 and 4, will make con- uection with Mountain Central Railway to and from Campton. BEATTYVILLE JUNCTION: Trains Nos. 1, 2 an(T3 will make con- nection with the L. & A. Railway for Beattyville. & K. JUNCTION: Trai-- s Nos. 2. 3 and 4 will make connec tion with Ohio it Kentucky Railway for Cannel City, Ky. and O. & K. stations. CHAS. SCOTT; Gen'l Passenger Agent. a Pains All Over! "You are lvelcome," says Mrs. Nora Guffey, of Broken iXrrow, Okla., "to use my letter in" any way you want to, if It will induce some suffering wolhan to try Cardui. I had appre-oiatio- n sctiul-i- ( -, pains all over, and suffered with an abscess. Three physicians failed to relieve me. Since taking Cardui, I am in better health than ever before, and that means much to me, because I suffered many years with womanly troubles, of different kinds. What other treatments I tried, helped tne for a few days only." McCALL'S MAGAZINE ? w.248 W. Hvff , 371k SuNew York City CM M fmluni C.tebfv m4 MMta CARDUI WomanTonic Don't wait, until you are taken down sick, before taking care of yourself. The small aches and pains, and other symptoms of womanly weakness and disease, always mean worse to follow, unless given quick treatment You would always keep Cardui handy, if you knew what quick and permanent relief it gives, where weakness and disease of the womanly system makes life seemshard to bear. Cardui has helped over a million women. Try it Wrttt Mr Mich r cither to iiiVM-idolph Sprecklfs, Uhwturo, III. With lnl wiliei for a united und triumphant Democracy, I am Vou very truly, T. I Gore, (.'haimiiin ()ruuni.:ttinn Human .. forward a card or to lion. Ku Constipation DR. KiNC'S leallywontfeiful "For many yea in I t.aa troubled, in J used. Bnlih ci' all so culled liej aniU'iire" A t last I. found quick la thewo uiltil. yet ttoiouh and bEnS! - ( Vitjltr fMt loeudutTeir. r" SBmimmT Mead Htf.tii3eJoiotofrB New Life Pilfc AiKilnb ; .r H1 fill hrl;. n'r." you. pes fVSunrcu-k- , 53:k:a' UulCiIo, N.Y. d:swiftacT. lor SKCmtlJttmtMmt, uui H-t- Uditt' llCK'3i'.l$i: Advltory Dtpt. Caimaeati. Mtdidae Co.. ChirHnooyi. Teaa.. tree. JM tea. "H Traatnat lot Waaaaa." at