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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): October 24, 1912 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1912 cla1912102401_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 24, 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 81. 00 a Year In Advance. CLATi! CLAY CITY, KY Judge llardwlck to Alove. Hon. John IJardwiok, of Stan-torwill come to this city to ret, ITY TIMES. .t. R. IJurnher, Publisher We arc here to help Clay City. tbr'SjarronnJing Country and Ourselves. VOL. XVII. Bad 11SDAY. OCTOBER 21, J9IL Token to Winchester. NO. IS flan to Die. AGRICULTURAlls EXTENSION. Free Seed James El'.is, convicted of tlio murder of AI agist rare 0. J. Beatty, of Burnside, will pay tho penalty for his crime in the electric chair at Eddyville November 22. In signing the death warrant Governor McCreary made the statement that more men and women had expressed themselves in favor of execution in this case than any other that had come before him as Governor. Ellis, who had been a Deputy Sheriff, conducted a soft drink stand just outside Burnside, where ho was charged with selling liquor. The town authorities had no jurisdiction, so Magistrate Beatty moved from Greenwood to Burnside and issued warrants for Ellis' arrest. Fearing a personal encounter if ho sent his constable, W. F. Heath, Beatty deputized a man named Helton to serve the warrant. The evidence at the trial was- to the effect that Helton fouud Ellis and both got drunk. They entered Beatty's office jnst as Beatty was making out warrants for the arrest of both of them for disorderly conduct, and Constable Heath was waiting to serve the warrants. As soon as the two entered shooting begun, and when the smoke cleared Beatty was dead among his unfinished warrants and Heath ?waB- - dn,,.the' floor.jb"reathing bis last. Neither had drawn a gun. Ellis and Helton were seen to run "Out, carrying revolvers. Both were convicted. ay TestlnFor Kentucky. side in the near future, on account of the excellent school advantages and also to practice law. He is at present serving Powell county as County Judge. He will erect a beautiful new residence here. Winchester Democrat. This is news to us, and we hope it is a mistake, as Powell county has already given to Clark county too many good citizenslike Judge Hardwick andean ill afford to be any further depleted of such Dies Before Trht. may not be generally known to farmers an dithers in Ken- It Ben It. McCann, a former Lex- ington policeman is dead at Lexington. McCann shot and badly wounded Sheriff Dan Scott last spring, and had never been tried for the offense. Scott had given McCann, previous to his shooting, a terrible beating and McCann now has a suit pending Scott in which ho asks $20,000 damages for this drubbing. Extension of Dry Territory tucky that the "jKen Micky Agricultural Experiment Station is well equipped to test samples that may be submitted with a view to learningjtlieir quality, either as to purity or germination. A new laboratory for this work has been planned and is now Hearing completion. When our incubators and other appliances are established it will be one of the most complete in this country. The Station hasalready won a reputation for vprk of this sort not only fn thisJcountry, but in Europe, and those sending samples can be assured that they will be tested well dud as promptly as our facilities will permit. Samples will be examined in the order in which tfjey are received. To get fair tesf it is necessary that the sample Jfo taken from a hulk lot after aihornugh mixing of seeds. Samples of red clover, sapling clover, ajsiko clover, alfalfa, orchard grass, English blue-tiras- s Sheriff of Breathitt county, T. l Hudson with two deputies and live guards, passed through this city Tuesday evening on the train havimi in charge the following prisoners all accused of conspiracy in the tnurder of Ed Callahan : D. F. Dea-toBill Johnson, Andrew Johnson, Dock Smith, Billy Deaton, Willie Johnson, Bob Deaton, Smith, Asbury Mcintosh, Dan and Tom Deaton. A motion for bail will be heard before Judee Benton Thursday. Judge Benton has announced that ho will devote the entire n, SPOUT SPRING. G. W. Mcintosh Sterling Monday. a in Mt. visit- Miss Rosa McKinney U ing relatives in Lexinutoti. J. D. Snowden made .1 flying month of January, if necessary, to the trial of the cases, which were transferred from Breathitt county by Judge O. D. Newell. Tuberculosis Day. Gov. McCreary has issued a proclamation designating October 27 as as Tuberculosis Day and asking the people to earnestly urge in making every proper effort to spreading every form of information as to the character, prevention and cure of tubercu- Kentucky Democratic State Committee has sent $28,000 to the National Committee for use in the Wilson and Marshall campaigning, and is the first State to pay its assessment, which was $25,000. Jt has sent $3,000 more than was asked. New Spring Millinery the newest styles and lowest prices. and rye gfss should conWith the passing of tho saloont-frotain two ounceslaach. Samples Mt. Sterling when the effect of the recent local option election of Kentucky bill grass, Canada red lop and timothy is enforced, that will make a gap O. & O. should weigh brie ounce each. of dry territory along the The samples sliduld be put in a railroad,JtoinA.8hland to apetr.gliBl(cfao4tf in ora distance ot "more tlraii srbufc dinary correspondence envelopes one hundred miles. because they are easily broken in thepostoflice and let tho seeds Cant rill Spoke Here. escape. Put your" complete adThe Hon. J. O. Cantrill, DemSome women are conceited Services 2nd and 4th Sabbaths of dress, plainly written, on each to believe that their hus ocratic nominee for Congress in each month. envelope sent us and forward to this district, spoke at Stanton bandslove them so much that they Prayer Meetings, Wednesday eventhe Division of Entomology and Saturday afternoon and in this can go around the house with ings. Butany, Kentucky Agricultural city at night. He was greeted their hair off and their teeth out. Clias. E. Mnnn, Pnstor. Experiment Station, Lexington, by good crowds and interested Ky. In writing to us always hearers. He is a fine speaker state whether both purity and 1 and made a good impression on germination tests are wanted. our voters. II. Garman, Head of Division of Entomology & and Botany, Kentucky Experiment Station, Lexington, Ky. olue-grasss, Win-Cheste- losis. The Governor says reports of the Bureau of Vital Statistics for the first seven months of 1011 show 0,085 cases of tuberculosis The assessors of most Kentucky were under treatment by physicians in Kentucky and during counties report a gteat decrease the same period 8,825 deaths in dogs listed this year. This h encouraging, less dogs and nioro wSre'repwtedr''"-'- hogs and sheep is more in the Mrs. W. It. Cassidy is visiting right direction. in Winchester. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. trip to Winchester Sutmdny. Charlie Harnett, of Illinois, 1; visiting his parents, Mr. ai.d Mr.--. Andy Harnett. C C.Todd, of Clark county, visited his sister, Mrs. Nannie Pryor two days last week. Dan F. Blanton returned t Hamilton, Ohio, Monday, after t ten days visit to relatives near here. Mr. and Mrs. AsaSnowden visited the Litter's parents, Mr. ami Mrs. A. J. Burnett near hen-- ' Satuaday and Sunday. Curt Bowman had a mare to drop dead Friday evening after having worked her during th" day and while at the brook to drink. In the absence of an by the Court, th. neighbors are working tho road in this vicinity. It is encouraging to know that our people wiP. take hold of public affairs even when they do not have to. oversee.-appointe- WALDRON JOHNSON, Waltersville, Ky. Kentucky Leads la Jersey Cattle. Juft received from the city which combines SHOES AT FIRST COST. $500 worth of Shoes have been marked down to firA 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 sofne money. First come, first Statistics show that in the State of Kentucky there are more registered Jersey cattle than iu any other Stato in the Union. The South is the natural and logical dairy section of America. Transportation and marketing facilities for milk and butter are excellent and the man with small capital can find a pleasant and profitable business iu running a dary and building up a dairy heard. Tho cost of milk and butter production in the South is by natural conditions much less than in the North and West, whore houfeing and feeding during tho long winters makes a heavy cost agaiusf the nearly all the year around grazing of this section.- - Inland Parmer. MMHaMMnHi We carry a full line of General Merchandise and are selling the goods to our large trade and they tell us they are Saving Money. You can do the same thing. If you are not already one of our ninny pleased customers, come round romo day and give our pi new a look through and let us price you some of our goodB.They wlllopenyoureyeetoan opportunity. served. N. railroad will build a road from some point on the L. & A. line into Jackson coun.y to develop coal and timber, lands of that It Another Railroad. is now reported that the L. Send Us Your Orders over telephone, by messenger or otherwise and if you live in CUy City or near our store wo will "deliver the goods" SHIMFESSEL'S. county. We are making special and at tractlvo prices obiPqvb' Clothing. Mrjfl; W. Williams. . jp t THE TIMES. rUIILISIIKl1 VEUV TIlUliSDAY. Republican Campaign Committee has issued a calamity howl which tries to prove that the election of Cleveland ratis.'d the panic of 1803 and the conseThe quent, hard times which followed. Subscription rates 81 a jcar or three Of course this statement is false. years In advance 82. Legislation by the Republicans which required the purchase of a I. E. Hunjhcr, 1'uhlishcr. large amount of silver each second-clas- s mail matter. month and other equally as bad, Entered ns together with a faulty financial Oct. '24, 1912. system, Thursday, caused the upheaval which Cleveland was powerless CLUB RATES. to prevent. For the convenience of our subArguing from such untenable scribers, we have arranged club rates grounds, we suppose this aggrewith the following papers at prices gation will charge the panic of below mentioned: 15)07 to the Democrats although The Times and Courier-Journ$1.00 Uoosevelt was president and the it Cincinnati Enquirer 1.10 Republicans were in control of i 90 every branch of the government. Louisville Herald (i Home and Farm 75 Then, as before, it was bad leg1.00 li land Farmer 90 islation and an archaic banking " American Farmer " Southern Agriculturist 75 and currency system which were responsible. This country is at p'resent enjoyDOZEN REASONS ing unparalleled prosperity in Why I Should Vote spito of, not because of, RepubFOR NEXT PRESIDENT WILSON. lican administrative policies. A BECAUSE : gracious Providence has given 1. He is the only candidate the husbandman great return for for President who represents the his labor. The gold production real, the vital and the effective is $1)0,85)0,000 this year, larger progressive forces in this country. than ever before in the history '2. lie stands for tariff revision of the country, save in one year downward in the interest of low- only, and the abundant diffuer prices and the elimination of sion of prosperity thereby caused monopoly. has put the whole machinery of li. He stands for trust legis- business in motion. lation which will prevent the It is just as reasonable to claim control of prices through any that the tains and the reasonable sort of monopoly. weather are due to Republican 4. He stands for the income rule as that it is responsible for tax and believes that wealth for the present prosperity The should share the burdens as well as the blessings of goval ed by catarrh) that ennrfot be cur, not rea'h the diseased pprtimrof ed Hall's Oataorh Cure. Send for circulars, free. the ear. There is only one way lo P. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. cure deafness, and that is by con. Sold by Druggist, cc. stitutional renii-diesDeafness it"The AppeajTo Reason" should emised by an inflamed Take HhIPh Family Pills for condition or change its name to "Appeal to the mucous. lining of Vdv constipation. the Eustach Ignorance". ,.ln one paragraph ian Tube. When this tube is Unsays "f.OOtf per year and six you have n rumbling sound ju another parahour days." of imperfect hearing, and when it graph it says in substance: is entirely closed, Deafness is the can. high protecHveTtariff would have produced another panic but for these haturalcriuses. The calamity howlers are only howling for another chance a the bone. r Deafness Cannot be Cured hy local applications, as they . lars for any case of Deafness (caus- hdmiqi 'There nre'tljirty millions of laborers working ten hours a day producing thirty billion dollars of wealth." ''If thirty million workers at 10 hours a day produce only thirty billion of wealth, then each laborer produces only $1,000 of wealth or just one half what ' the "Appeal to Reason." (?) would have them receive when working only six hours a day. Still further, when you cut down ns the time of labor this Socialist paper Bays, should be done, you cut down the wealth two-fifths two-fifths. BM1 result, and Unh-s- the influmation re- can bu taken out nnd this tube stored to its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed forever; nine eases out of ten are caused by Catarrh, which is nothing but an in flamed condition of the mucous surfaces. We will five Onn Hundred Dol IK XT. FOBXU "VWCHMONaKY. tottrmedlatt itnd hit SUU Cot Valid in alt rnMw tlftestti. Bptela' Scbooli of Keituckr. urarari ana CoafK. Taltloa FrM to Ap ttoinittt. TWOfDienamaor nltorief ,Btw mode! atAool, now manual tralatn boildlor I 111 School for Teachers Conrwa leading to Elementary, 1 tl a Tralalfi kitiii cp'' Term April uumni" "II PfoUent J. o. CHABBB, Thus produced also instead of each laborer then producing $1,000 per year as he uow does, he would only produce SFGOO. So you see according to the "Appeal to Reason" (?) the editor wants the laborers to $000 and receive therefor Such arguments are. not : $2,000. appealing to reason and wo think the name of this paper should be chaned to "Appeal to Ignorance" to conform to - the real efforts of pro-duc- e . ; 'i . l DON'T BE FRIGHTENED, Winter is about here, but you canbuy care-- . fully and be comfortable and happy. We provide necessities that make comfort. There's no doubt of the good things we sell and we believe you will appreciate what we furnish and the prices we make on the articles named. ' its editor. Secretary Wilson's book on ailing bees and vhat to do for them ought to be interesting reading tor a Presidential year. ernment. 5. He 6tands for the rights of labor and the protection of the man who earns Jiis bread by the sweat of bis brow, as shown in his record ns Governor of New Jersey. (5. He stands for the revival of our merchant marine, and for the government encouragement of agriculture, industrial and vocational education. 7. He trusts the people and believes that the governed should govern, and that Senators should be chosen by the people. 8. , Ho faithfully performs in office the promises made out of Your Bank Mm ' " Be both willing and able at all times' to'' xl&l you such accommodations as your business justifies; Ask the experience of your friends who have carried their accounts with the. CLAY CITY NATION-AL BANK during the past twenty-thre- e yeafs. Clay City National Bank, CLAY CITY, KENTUCKY. Men's Suits, Over Coats, Rain Coats, Boys9 Suits and Pants, and OverCoat, Ladies9 Ready-to-WeSuits, Cloaks and Skirts, Misses9 Cloaks, mmMSuits and Skirts. Uuderwear for the Whole Family. ar office. He will "clean house" at Washington as he has "cleaned house" in New Jersey. 10. He preaches and practices clean politics, and practices it effectively. Ho unalterably op. poses machine politics and the rule of the bosses. 11. He stands for legitimate big business every day, but for monopoly never. 12. As Senator LaFolletto says: "He approaches every problem with tho solemn promise to bo really, in ho highest sense, a servant of tho people. . i). I SHOES IN ALL LEATHERS AND BEST STYLES. PUBLIC NOTICE. We take this method of further extending an invitation to tup-plie- These are only aFev? Found oF the maivy flood thinjjs to 6e stores Where Full lines oFetfery thing fhe housekeeper needs Will always 6e tvto Found at our in Dry Goods and Groceries. the buying public to come to our ftore and get their s. For several weeks we have been supplying many customers in this vicinity with what they need at a . great saving of money. MRS. J. W. WILLIAMS, CLAY 'CITY, KENTUCKY. Now that we are started, we want to still extend our trade further. Our one grea- tis appeal for your trade Less than two weeks remain before t tic election. At present there is every indication of Democratic suitress, but thiims can happen in that short time to turn We do not be tho tide. Jieve it possible that anything the tide against can turn Wilson, but wo should take nothing for granted. Every Democrat who loves his country and his party should get on the firing line and remain on duty until the close of the polls Nov. 8th. Col. Itoosevelt expects to break the solid south, but it is dif. hov h6 will even licult to-s- ec Low. Prices on what you must have to eat and wear. our price on four staple We are save you going to give you?' just show you; how MILLS FLOUR IT RISES AWAY ABOVE ", articles to we can money: Beft Patent Flour Made, Granulated Sugar, Meat and Lard, -- $3.10per'cWrl;'w-- -- 6 cts. per Utfft, -- 13 Lard in 50 pound cans, $5.75. EveryduBg in all other brands of flour with the housewife who loves good homemade bread when she uses the PKAIIL Hour. Its uniform quality and excellence never dinnppoints her. It is the best all around flour on the market and gives your breud These are only fair samples of other prices. the house is sold at die same low price. Give us a trial. that tempting and delicious tluvor that always delights the 'over of good bread when you use the'' PEARL Hour.'" H. Q. CRABTREE & COMNY; Made dent it. by J. ANDREW CAIN, Versailles. . Ky? THE! A HOME-MAD- E TIMES. PAPER. UCT. 21, 1912 Malcolm and Doric Wood, o Mrs. Willinttls.lins received for prinH. Winchester, were in the city nico line of wittier clothing. No tice her advertisement in tin Saturday and Sunday. issue and call at- - this store and See our xpli'iidid liuq of sliof inspect her lino." comfort and service MAN V.AND Buffalo, author&OISL. THE ol the Common Pierce Dr. R. at correct Mrs. J. W. Williams, and (Jrnco Sinn THURSDAY, .Misses Muo LOOAfy 0. 11. BREVITIES. Cm-loc- ner, uf Heidelberg, J pent thulir of the week with the Misses If u zelrig. 111., Barnett, of Saves Leg of Boy. is hero visiting relatives in the old "It seemed that my county. . boy would have to lose his leg on Just received our first shipment account of an'ugly ulcer, caused by of Ladies and Mics trimmed Imtf J. V. Williams. Aquone,N. C. "All remedies and Several of our traders were in doctors treatment failed till we Mt. Sterling Monday helping! to tried Bucklen's Arnica Salve, and make the Mt. Sterling market a cured him with one box." Cures burns, boils, skin eruptions, piles. lively center. Mrs. a bad bruise," wrote I). F. Howard, Hon. John D. White, of Man Chester, Clay county, the Bull ty, were married at Stanton, Moose candidate for Appellate Saturday, Oct. 19th. Judge in this district, will speak We have added a nice line of in this city at 10 o'clock next s Men'sand Boys' euitp and Fruit Wednesday morning. which are marked at popular pri Saved By His Wife. Mrs. J. W. Willliams, ces. Asparagus, Rhubarb, She's a wWe woman who knows Shrubs, Roses, Phlox, etc. Peonies M. L. Devary, of Clark county, just what to do when her husband's was here Tuesdny to deliver a life is in danger, but Mrs. R. J mule to Clarence Estes, of Flint, Braintree, Vt., is of that NO AQENTS GROWERS OF WHAT WE SELL. Vaughn's Mill. kind. "She insisted on my using FREE CAT A LOO A letter was received at the Dr. King's New Discovery," writes Lexington Leader office that was Mr. F. "for a dreadful cough, H. F. Hillenmeyer& Sons, Lexington, Ky. mailed to them from Carter coun when I was so weak my friends all years ago thought I had only a short time to 1891, twenty-on- e ty in live, and it completelycured me." J. W. Crumbaugh, of the Rob' A quick cure for coughs and colds, ert Rowell Companv, of Louis its the most safe and reliable medi ville, Typefounders and dealers cine for many throat and lung in printing material etc., was in troubles grip, bronchitis, croup, the city Tuesday. whooping cough, quinsy, tonsilitis, A trial will conA good rain fell Tuesday night hemorrhages. vince you. 50cts. and 61 00. Guar to bless the farmers who were down the throat of a "trapey' very anxious to see more mois anteed by all dealers. Adv. the worms chicken destroy and saves the chick's life. A tare on their small grain to bring Call and see our line of Ladies . few drops la the drinking watel it up quickly and give it a good and Misses'suits.and cloaks. and Btirt to growing "before colder PREVENTS GAPES Mrs J. W.Williams. Mr. Charlie West and Miss Madge Gravitt, both of this coun 25c at all dealers. Adv. A Lor oh' the Track. of the fastest express means eeriou trouble ahead if not removed, so Doctor Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery organs of digestion and nutrition. Disto does loss of appetite. It means Inck is duethat its effect on the stomach and through the stomach. A bilious spell begin in the stomach are cured eases of vitality loss of strength and nerve is simply the result ol an effort made by the Ihcr to catch up when ' be unsurpassed as a liver reg ' weakness. If appetite fails, take and exhausted. I have found the Discovery to ulator and rich Electric Bitters qtlickly to overcum Miss Lotto: K.visr.i.Y of TVrth. Ivaneas. sav: "I will hero add my testimony the cause by toning up the stomach of tho effectiveness of your remedy uion invrelf. I was troubled with for two years or mom. Doctored with three diircrentdoetors Isoldes '.alius numerwas run no permaneht cures' hut and curing the indigestion. Mich ous kinds of not sleep stomachwith thopalnreceived cheat. caused byrelief.on 1tlmstor-nch- . pas In mv down.enul.i at night was hungry net.rly all tlm Was wnalr, could eat scareely anythlutt tillhoiirsh I atl IIes8heimer, of Lincoln, Neb aao I Unn takinn your ' (iolden Meilicfil DiscovAbout nno year and a had been sick over three years, but tltno. and after lmvini: taken half Udile.-- urn nearly cured of stomhrh trouble. ery,' fifteen founds In now six bottles of Electric Bitter put Can thankcat without tlNtre and have Ralliednil suctom I:i your Kod worl:.-- ' you lor your remedy und wish you I him right on bis fed again. They have helped thousands. They giv pure blood, strong nerves, good di gestion. Only 50 cents at all deal ers. Adv. over-workblood-maker." Sense of Medical Adviser, says "why does not t!.e farmer treat his own I lc puts hack in body as he treats the land lie cultivates. what ho takes out In croni. or the' land would grow poor. The farmer should put back into his body the vital elements induced by some chronic exhausted bv labor, or bv itiinie." Further, he savs. " the tfrcat value of mv Doctor It given strength Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery is in its vitaltein power. to the stomach and purity tn the blood. It is like the phosphates which supply action of nature with the substances that build up the crops. The pnos-nhate 1 wdlci-Kiit- 4 t wel-rht- , When in Need of TREES! and Ornamenta Builder's Hardware, Cabinet Mantles, Grates, Tiles, over-coat- Cooking or Heating Go to or Write Stoves, Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, Winchester, - Ky. Aires weather. One man was killed and two fliUikan Business Schojl, LEXINUTON, KY. seriouely injured in Estill county last week while working on the BOOKKEEl'INO, SHORTHAND, railroad. Work on this road TYPEWRITING. very dangerous job seems to be a and laborers are said to be getThis school has turned out bun ting very shy of contracts, dreds of men and women who The falling leaves have litteraresuccesses. ltwillinake ed up many beautiful yards and a success of you. they are being cleared away and burned on the streets. In some Write for Catalogue. cities the burning of leaves and is forbidden as at other rubbish this time of tho year the prctice becomes a nuisance A horse attached to a buggy ran away with Franklin Margi-so- n near the bridge two miles south of this city Sunday and threw him and his lady friend out when the buggy was upset. The occupants escaped injury but the buggy was completely white diarrhoea, roup, choler a.id other chick diseases. One 50c Bottle of Bourbon Poultry Cure Makes 12 GuUuas of Medicine. Rtmrv noultrv rnlkcr ahcmld keen a bottle al this medicine 01 hand. Wtite for free sample and Booklet on uiseasei 01 r own. Auarcs Fall and Winter MtllMI RCMEOf KHPW, WWW, Ij. Bourbon Poultry Cure is the best remedy I have ever tried nnd I have 1, f 111 urtru I.. .1. iiuuiiry uuHini'gg ior lony tuu years. airs, uco. js. itapier, tiara 8 town, Ky. 1 M nnll iipvu 4IUU1UUII J. IIUl tTj nun Cure two yearn and 1 just eould not any chickens without It. I have raise not had a case of panes since I began uracey, jiasKer using id. iwrs. villo, Va. SOLD BV T llDIVA atisjvvi Goods. Hardwick Our Fall nnd Winter Goods are in. besides, think we C. SHIMFESSEL, CLAY CITY, KY ATKINSON & LYLE, STANTON. " & Co. We cordiiilly invito Tak On demolished. Robinson Caught. Fala Pill, then Tak It 100,000 CAPITAL STOCK, R SURPLUS AND UN- DIVIDED PROFITS, 200,000 ti you to call und see them. We will make it to your in- terest to do your dealing with us, by ivin you more for your money than you can get elsewhere. And have every thing you want. We can hut not mention here everything that we bundle, want to call your attention Eajr. Kelly Robinson, who murder-o- d Siin Baugh, formerly of this city at Jackson, October 2nd, but who madu his escape from jail, has been caught und taken back to Jackson whero he must stand trial. Robinson had gone tn Columbus, Ohio, whero he had joined the standing army and had on government clothes when he wu6 brought to Lexingotn. Fortuned hi puces. There's often much truth in the faying, ''her face is her fortune," but its never said wheie pimples, nkin eruption, blotches, or other Impure blemishes dis6gure it. blood is back of them all, and shows the need of Dr. King's New Life Pill's. They promote health and beauty. Try them 85 cents at all ' dealers. Ad v. batter Than Anti-Pai- n For Neuralgia, aothing ta I Winchester Bank. 3 3 or AVinohbtek. Ky. E THE to the following lines, that also Htiert brand Dr. Miles' have suffered from neuralgic pains need not be told how necessary it is to secure relief. The easiest way out of neuralgia is to use Dr. Miles' Anti-Pai- n Pills. They have relieved sufferers for so many years that they have become a household necessity. "I have taken Dr. Miles' Anti-Fai- n PHI for Ave years and they are the only thing-- that does me any food. They have relieved neuralgia In my head In fifteen ralnutei.-- I have also taken thera for rheumatism, headache, pains In the breast, toothache, euracbe and pains in the bowels - and limbs. I have found nothing- to equal them and they are all that Is claimed for them." J. W. 8BDOE, Blue Springs. Mo. At aN tfrutglsts M detes 36 cents. Never sold In bulk. MILKS MBDICAL CO., Elkhart. Ind. fr Those who Uaed by thousand a generation Pills R N. HOLLV WiTHKHSFOON, PflESi OABUIKR, W. K. SPHAK, 3 "I we are anxicus for you to get acquainted with. Hart, SchaiTner and Marx Clothing for Men, Clothing. YOUR ACCOUNTS SOLICITED tl ''Queen Quality" and "Boston Kavoritu" "Walk-Over- " 3 Shoes for Women, .Shoes for Men, "Astor" und Chil- brand Huts for Men und Hoys. dren's ready-to-we- See our oods und get our price when in need of Women's, M Uses' Electric Bitters fe&Md wbsa tvatyihiag else fat!, la mi row prnssssilou and female wssrnissss they an the supreme isaasdy, as thnnsfjg have testified. HMMJisssaaBBnab'iaaaMrt Huts, Coats, Rninconts and etc., Men's Raincoats, Hunting Coats, leather and ruhberFoot Wear, Staple and Dregs Caps, Tt outers, und etc. I In fact see us for any thing you need, und let us show .you that we cun gave you money. T FOR KIDNEY-LIVE- R AND STOMACH TROUBLE k is 1st Ut wsssahii ever old or st druajgisx'g Hardwick & Co., Stanton. counter. 1 LIGHT ON ANCIENT I ir.rn'i $50 s .L trr TfRs Func SWEET CLOVER Will grow in nny Foil, . ven in rocky Can he sown villi spring outs, or sown alone in May for meadow, nnd sown in with orn at the last cultivation. Prices of seed, nnd ulrcular how to grow it ent on request. pirn-en- Farm Drain Tile PANIC ARGUMENT History Claim A groat fertilizer, nnd n hardy WgorouB forage plant for liny and Make Your ,jnttire. Demolishes Hard Times. Republican Cox That Democrats Make jftr 1893 WAS UNDER HIGH TARIFF Every Panic Since the Civil War Hoe Been a Republican Panic Lessons From 1907 Upheaval. Tho enemies of Doinocracy aro making their anticipated and regulurly recurring howl they aro predicting hard times If Woodrow Wilson is clucteu jTttildeut on a Democratic tariff revision platform. Tito Republicans aro claiming ull credit for present prosperity. A glance backward will be worth whllo at this time. livery panic since tho Civil war originated and developed under rule. Tho Republican campaign textbook of 1001 devoted much space to the many business disasters occurring from July. Ii93, to November, 1E94, intending the public to attribute them to the inauguration, of President Cleveland in March, 1893. Hut the Republicans fall to refer to the fact that the Republican tariff law was in force during more than twelve of the sixteen months of greatest business disasters. This fact must be remembered the McKlnley tariiT bill becamo a law Oct. 6, lf.90. and the first Indications of the 1893 panic were seen Nov. 11, l&CO, scarcely more than thirty days after tho McKlnley law was passe1, i:nd tho panic reached Its worse stage in Wi and early in 1894, during which lime the McKlnley law was In full fsree. Millions Lcse Their Jobs. may be recalled, tco, that the phnic of 1873 under Republican rule and In a period of twelve years of high OO BOKHARA Tlmo and again Colonel Theodore Roosevelt, the third term party's candidate for president of the United States, has stated that the famous $240,-00- 0 raised by tho late E. II. Harrlman In the fall of 1904 was for use in the New York state campaign. He also declared moBt positively a few weoks ago that ho had ordered Chairman Cortelyou of tho Republican national committee, not to accept any money from tho Standard Oil company In that campaign and to return It If any had been accepted. On Monday, Sept. 30, C. C. Tegethoff, secretary to the Lato B. H. Harrlman, produced the above receipt of tho Republican national committeo, signed by Treasurer Cornelius N. Bliss, for Mr. Harrlman's individual contribution of $50,000 to this fund, proving conclusively that It was used In behalf of Mr. Roosevelt's candidacy. The day following John D. 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Co6,'M"r' New York HEAL IT WITH In tho Kensington-RichmonChicago Post, Influential Repubdistrict Is using the 'soup houses of lican Paper, Asks Its Read1893' as a means of scaring the wage earners from voting the Democratlo ers a Leading Question. ticket. Tlioso soup houses existed under the McKlnley tariff. But there have been more recent ones. After FRAUDS OF PRESENT REGIME 1907 there were soup houses in the Kensington-Richmondistrict, and ov. erybody who was charitably disposed was begged for contributions to feed Gays the Tariff Has Been Too High the people who wero out of employfor a Generation, and Must Be Lowment." ered. d d V Republican candidate for con-g- r Bucklens THE GENUINE ONLY T Liver Medicine The reputation of this old, reliable medicine, for constipation, indigestion and liver trouble, is firmly established. It does not imitate other medicines. It is better than others, or it would not be the favorite liver powder, with a larger sale than oil others combined. 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In 1907, In the midst of prosperity, The end will come quicker and thousands of leading banks, with hun- as certain if Roosovelt is elected, Just dreds of millions on deposit, suspend- ho is no longer a Republican, but for Is ed cash payments. The trouble began the leader of a new party, at war with Btruggle as a result of a between party, as it is with the great New York financial Institutions the Republican Democratic party. On the other hand. for business. is elected the Roosevelt parTho New York post in October, 1907, If Wilsonperish; tho Republicans will ty will said: reorganize their party, purge it of the baneful Influence of corporate power Condemn Themselves. and greed and make it again the "The certain and significant thing is grand old party it was in the days of that it will be known as a Republican Lincoln. and high tariff panic. Protest as Republicans may, they will be held responsible. Out of their own mouths the Republican party and the Dlngley. Itcs will stand condemned. They fixed FACTS WORTH REMEMBERING in 1896 the standurd by which they John D. Archbold, for the Standard cannot escape being Judged. In the Oil company, gave $100,000 to Roosepurty platform of that year they to tho panic of 1893, and the velt's campaign fund In 1804 but re hard times following, squarely to fused to prosecute the harvester trust c.hargo up the entire accountability to more, which was demanded. the party In control of the national Kovurnmeut. and the political InferJ. P. Morgan of the steel trust and ence was stuted with merciless logic: ' other Interests gave the Roosevelt fuud "Every consideration of public , in the same year $100,000, and did give Hufety and Individual Interost up ;&u,uuu more. demands that the government be rescued from the hands of those who Mr. Roosevelt furiously prosecuted Imvu shown themselves incapable of the Standard Oil company, but he reconducting It. fused to prosecuto the harvester "Nov, what are the Republicans go- and tho steel trust and gave the trust steol ing to do when the Democrats band trust permission to absorb Us only se- them buck their poisoned chalice? i rloua rival. A great emergency has come nnd tho high tariff is seen to be of no ' George W. Per .Ins of the steel and avail whatever. It was to keep us all . harvester trusts gave $48,000 of the ' right and prosperous." New York Life Insurance company's the country has Just got money to Roosevelt's campaign fund, over the results of a Republican panlo , and refunded It when tho fact became tho president and hla friends are urg-lu- public. UM lo perpetuate the Republican administration," says the Philadelphia iUconl. Wonder if Emerson was gating . Upon a moose calf when several Business Depression. I decades ago he wrote: Louis D. BrauijW' performed a real "As soon us business was -- checked "1 am the owner of the sphere, public serrlco wJwn.he quoted the reclive years ugo the steel corporation, Of the seven ktars and the solar ords (o show tbjtOMre:W. Perkins whluh was encouraged by Mr. Koose-ven- t year." Is and always hMlbeea an enemy of " to swallow the 'ffunessee Con- union labor. nine-tenthg I - tariff taxation, was most disastrous. n It continued Ave years, 3,000,000 were thrown out of employment and bankruptcy ran riot. In 1890 tho McKlnley high tariff bill was passed, and there were 10.G73 failures, Tollowed by 12,394 In 1891. Tho tariff was raised to nearly 50 per cent, but wages stood Btlll or declined while the cost of necessaries advanced. The most serious labor troubles in the history of the United States have occurred under Republican high tarlffB. work-Ingme- RESTS IN WILSON Gov. Burke Declares for Democrat and Gives His Reasons. By JOHN BURKE, Governor of North Dakota. The election of Governor Wilson is The Chicago Tost, an influential Independent Republican newspaper, propounds this question to Republicans: "Why not Wilson? "This question is addressed particularly to Republicans. "Governor Wilson Bults the Democrats down to the ground, suits all Democrats who are worthy to be called Democrats. 'But In an emergency not Wilson suit like this, a largo part, Stl'the Republicans aa well? "Why not Wllsbn7 "Governor WllsonMs a thorougbrcd American gentleman, not only In tho accident of birth, but In his every That ideal, impulse and principle. should be the first requirement of every presidential candidate. "Governor Wilson .is a tried and trustworthy executive. His brilliant record as governor of New Jersey proves that. "Governor Wilson is an eminently sane and sensible man. He Is an eminently honorable man. Ho has dignified every place which he has held. He has performed a splendid public service by lifting the present campaign out of the riot of mudsllnglng with which Roosevelt began it. "In every personal characteristic. Governor Wilson' is equipped to bo any man's president, without regard to whother that man is a Democrat or a Republican. What, then, of his political qualifications? "Governor Wilson Is, and always has been, a sensiblo Democrat, but he Is not and never has' been a silly, violent partisan. "Governor Wilson stands for honesty and efficiency In. federal administration. So do all save those who profit by graft and Inefficiency. "Governor Wilson stands for the curbing of trusts, and monopolies. So do all, except monopolists and their defender, Theodore; Roosevelt. "Governor Wilson stands for a prompt and steady downward revision s of the tariff. So do of tho people of the United States. "Governor Wilson believes In a more radical tariff revision than do a large number of the rank and file of Republicans. Rut Governor Wilson Is the only candidate who It elected wlU permit the. revision of tho tariff at all. "The tariff baa teen to high for a generation. Is It; not better to take a chance at getting:, it too low according to Republican standards than to let the known frauds of the present regime continue for. another' jour years to rob the public?. "Why not Wilson? He will give an honeBt, a dignified, a capable adminisIe wlllirftspect the constitutration. tion. Ho will see, that the tariff is revised downward. J He" will curb trusts. He will serve tb.eeejple. "Why not Wllwat why-shoul- OF L. & E. TipiE TflSLE. Effective May 8, 1011. West-Boun- No. '2, Daily. No. 4, Daily. A. M. S Stations. No. 1, No. 3, Daily A. M. Daily. P. M. r. 1 m. :3,r 2:17 2:35 2:19 3:05 3:21 3:28 : !1 :0:l Lexington, Winchester, L. 8:18 8:32 8:50 0:00 9:05 0:12 0 :27 Indian ..Fields, OLAY &'E. Junction, CITYV' 8:50 8:05 7:51 5:35 4:50 4 - 7:19 7:10 7:05 7 :37 4:37 :22 3:51 3:4& 3 :30 :47 :5;i :25 4:01 4 9:32 9:44 10 :04 .1:1!) 10:57 11:05 11:25 Stanton, Ro?slyn, Filson, Campton .Tr.nctlon, Natural Bridge, Torrent, Beattyville Jet, O. & K. Junction, Jack6on, Quicksand, 4:05 3:50 0 :59 0 :43 6 :40 6 :25 C :03 3 :25 3 :122 :5i 1 5:10 5 :05 1:57 :50 1:25 CONNECTIONS. LEXINGTON: Train No. 1 will mnke connection at Lexington with No. "3 will make connection the L. &. K. for Louisville, Ky. with tho L. & N. at Winchester for Cincinnati, O. 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