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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): October 31, 1912 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1912 cla1912103101_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 31, 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. 0 THE CLAY CITY TIMES SI. 00 a Year In Advance We are iere to kelp Clay City; the SarroooliDg Coantry an J Ourselves. .!. E. Burgher, Publisher. VOL. XVII. IN MEMORY Ofr LITTLE .VIROINIA RUTH QARRE1T. CLAY CITY. ' MARRIAdES. y Patterson Byrd, of county and Miss Eva Hardwick, of Stanton, were married Tuesday evening in Winchester at 8 o'clock at the home of the officiating minister, Elder .7. W. Harding. Miss Hattie Gaylord, daughter of John P. Gaylord, and Mr. Will Rainey, both of Clark county, were married in the parlor of the hotel in Winchester Wednesday morning by the Rev. L. Robinson of the M. E. Church South. Miss Gaylord has many friends in this city where she Tormerly live.l with her parents. KYTHURSDAY, Mut 5f OCTOBER HI, J9I2. NO. I4 Friilny night, Oct. 4tlr at 12:10 o'clock the death angel camn into the home of Mr. and Mrs. Will, jam Garrett, of Stanton, and home to heaven their darling baby girl, her soul taking its flight without a struggle to Qod who gave it. She leaves a father, mother, and many relatives to mourn her loss. Little Virginia was an unusually bright child, and a favorite with all who knew her. All that loving ones and friends could do was done, but the Father had a vacant place and He took her to be a sweet, little angel. "The Lord giveth and the Lord taketh away ; blessed be the name of the car-rie- d Mr. S Mont-gomer- Brown-Proctori- a Lord.'-- ' Little Virginia, though they miss you in your home, you will be standing at the pearly gates of 'Heaven, beckoning them to meot you there. She was one one year, two months, and thirteen days old. Weep not, dear ones, as those that have no hope, for Jesus aid "Suffer little children to Options on three thousand come unto me, for of snch is the of Woodford county land has kingdom of Heaven." been taken for the purpose of Her little body was laid to rest mining phosphate, which has iu the Faulkner burying ground proved to be in paying quantiTake your rest near Bowen. has allittle darling,' the Father is car- ties. One mining plant, ready bqen put in operation in te es Farmers In the Lead. More than 60 per cent, of the automobiles in use uot including motor trucks and delivery wagons are owned and used by farmers as pleasure vehicles, or as pleasure and business conveyances combined, according to an estimate made by one in a position to know the facts. of P. D. Todd lost a valuable cow the United States Supreme Court Monday from having eaten somedecision regarding delinquent thing that seemed to poison it. subscribers, .felt will prove interC. Bowman is the business man esting: in the community. Frost has 1. Subscribers who do not give express nntictTto the contrary are come and he has a great deal of considered ai wishing to renew cane yet to make up. Charlie Burnett, of Carlock, their subscription. III., who has been visiting his 2. If the Ii(becriber8 order the discontinuation of the periodicals brothers, Ike and James Barnett, the publisher, may continue to of this place, and father, A. J. send them ohtil all arrears are Barnett, of Estill county, has returned home. paid. , re3. If subscribers neglect or SPOUT SPRING. fuse to taktf their periodicals from the postplliee to which they Elder G. W. Mcintosh, was is addressed tbey are responsible Winchester Saturduy on a busiuntil after thej have have settled ness mission. their bills and order their paper W. J. Christopher, of Clark discontinuedf county, was here last week iook-in4. If subscribers move to othafter hi farm. er places without informing the Moses McKinney found a valpublisher andlpapers are sent to the former '.address subscribers uable heifer dead in the pasture one day last week. are held responsible. 6. If th&jjeubscribers pay in W. L Byrd, of Winchester, is advance theyore bound to give here this week prospecting for notice at Hifftlend of time if they the purchase of some land. do not wisfcUo. continue taking Mrs. Belle Burgher and Mr. it, otherwlsftjtjie publisher is au- and Mrs. Shelt McKinney visited g Pay For Paper. The follow! jig is a synopsis Darlingsville. THE KIND YOU LIKE. If you have a taste for correct garments, no matter if you want, to a small price, remember tl i; stock we handle solves the problen. pay but Some Fashiona-abl- e Clothes For Men of All Ages. ready-to-wea- ing for His little lambs; though it and the sub- their aunt, Mrs. Eliza Ginter, at thorized scriber willvte responsible until College Hill Madison county last In the r tl"partment w an express njice with payment week. have suits to fit all, and guarantee of all arreaJN are sent to the perfect clothes. We also tnk" publisher. J measures and furnish suits to oi. Will be paid to any person having any der'and'guarantee fit or nt sale. Quick $100Revvard! JifllrwKIte casket, your soul is singing, in Heaven above, where sorrow or death never come; though your eyes are closed in death, your hands1 folded across your sweet little si lent breast, resting forever more, let us (ill prepare to meet the darling baby over on the other shore. ' John Hammans, who resides up the railroad between Clay City and Stanton has sold his place to R. W. Garrett and is moving to the home of his sister, Mrs. Naunie Weaver at Walters-ville- . cdmmlHecf hlsh'onie at Pilot. View suicide at last Friday: iriormng. He left his home telling his wife that he would go out &hd kill a rabbit. Soon after leaving the house Mrs. Morton heard the report of the TT 1I1IBII1 klndofpain or ache it Shipp'e. 1IcHfIiintmentTail8 toglve instant relief and the purchase price is not refunded. Try it and see. 50c. At All Druggists. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Mrs. J. W. gun, but thought nothing of it at the time. He was found latThe Winchester News, Inde- er with a bullet. hole in his head. Our darling is asleep in Jesus, pendent, and successor to the No cause cm be conjectured for She is safe on His loving breast Sun, Republican, has announced his rash act. t ' She has go ne to join the angels Our loved one is at rest. its support of Wilson and MarMorton is a native of this comiOne who loved her. shall. ( ty and frequently returned to this couuty .where he bought many cattle. He is survived by a wife and six children, and was forty-siyears old. We are showing an Line of Services 2nd and 4th Sabbaths of each month. Prayer Meetings, Wednesday evenings. Chas. E. Mann, Pastor. Williams, Clay City, Ky. WALDRON & JOHNSON, Elegit x Waltersville, Ky. We carry a full line of General Merchandise and FALL AND WINTER GOODS Including The widow of one of the heroes of the Titanic, who gave his life that she might jive, has married again, and a California court has taken her child from her. The hero of the Titauic is still dead. and daughter, Miss Grace,. motored to Lexington Saturday to visit relatives. Miss Grace returned home Sunday but Mrs. Shimfessel is still in the city. Lee? c the child of Mr. and Mrs. Joel Gravett died Wednesday, October 80, and burial today at the Wells graveyard on creek. are selling the goods to our lurge trade and they tell us they are Mrs. 0. Shimfessel Cloaks and Wraps ,aSB Ladies' Suits, , Millinery, and etc. MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING to fit you and your pocketbook. ' Saving Money. You can do the same thing. If you arc not already one of our many pleased customers, come round rome day and give our place a look through and let us price you noun- Tbelma eighteen-months-ol- d Hard-wick- 's When you want any kind of Merchandise, think of of our SHIMFESSEL'S and give us the opportunity to please you satufaOion both to you and' ourselves. ,.4 at we , A man "who is Peking, his first presidential, election always feels rather generoutl j. iiieposcd to the idea of one term.'U js so much betall. ter than no terra Mrs. Grover Cleveland has authorized the aaBouncemeut of Thomas Joher engagement seph Preston, professor of Wells College. - goods.Thcy wlllopenyoureyeetoan oppoitunity. have been doiag for so many years paft with Send Us Your Orders over telephone, by messenger or otherwise and if you live in Clay City or near, our store we will "deliver the goods" Everything: to Ple&se the Customer W. L. is in the city today. Byrd.f Winchester, i:iii8iri THE TIMES. puitLisii i:i vkuv TinmsnAV. 1 Subscription rjitcf S a tnr orthrct years in advance $2. .1. B. Unrulier, ns second-elm- s l'ulilishcr. liinil ninttcr. Kntoretl Thursday, Oct. :ti, utvi. CLUJ) KATES. For thi' convenience of our wo have arranged cluli uitts with the following papers at prices b'.'low c, mentioned Courier-Journ- al : The Timks ami " " " " Cincinnati Enquirer Louisville Ileralil I Tonic nnri Farm It land Farmer American Farmer Southern Agriculturist 1.00 1.10 90 7f 1. 00 !I0 To " (Jhairman Ililles of the Nation-n- l Kcpublican Ooniniittec has an address in which he declare that it is a porsonaliry and not u principle which is Mr. Tuft in his own party in this cumpaign, and it is doomed to unmistakable censure. The race, he asserts, is between the President and Mr. Wilson, and every vote cast for Koosovelt is "a votr for Wilson, which means danger, a vote for Taft is a vote for safety." Then he rings in the old adage "It is bet ter to be safe than sorry," all of which is apparently intended for the marines. It is hardlv to be expected that the old sailors will accept a feed of such mouldy rations. They know that the pros- perity which the country is en- .joying is because the earth and the mines have vied in producing unparalleled wealth and that it. in in spite of the Republican principle of a high protective tarill' which would havo plunged the country into almost irrevocable disaster but for the national conditions vouchsafed by a kind providence. The prosperity of which the document prates could not come from t ixing the people to death on food and other necessities and the man who really believes that they can idiould be coniined in the institu-- t ion for the simples. The high protective tariff for which Mr. Taft and Colonel Koosevelt stand has got to go. I'eople are in earnest on that question and know that in order to secure their demands they must vote for Wilson and the Democratic nominees for Congress. Let every Democrat do 60 and send the calamity howlers to glass. d op-popi- n iw appears ihntf Koosevelt' get more votes"Ttin Taft, till the whole vote5 of the nalu T ic old saying that "strut- things will happen somctiiiK ian Tube. When this tube is is dcnionstrutedffo a certaintj Let evi r yon hnvc a rumbling sound these conditions. Democrat do Inability next Tues- of imperfect hearing, and when it There is practically no doubt day and the buttle will be royal- is entirely 'closed, Deafness is the ' that the Democratic nominees in ly won. the inllatnation result, ni.d unh-Hcan be taken out and this tube ie nine of the eleven Concession. i gratefully 'Hie Courier-Journa- l to its normal condition, InjurDistricts ol lie state will be acknowledges several curds sent stored In the Tenth., i ml Eleving will bo destroyed forever; nine it. by the American Protective cases out of tenure caused by Caenth Districts, normally large Tarill' League, containing touch-inRepublican, the split of the g. o. which is nothing but an inverses entitled "No Patches tarrh, p gives the Democrats hope ot flamed condition of the niacoiH on my Punts." .6f course there success, even in those usually surfaces. are no patches on the "pants" of With the regions. We will uive One Hundred Dol gentleman of the American Democrats and the Progressives the Tariff League. The to contest for the succession it is Protective patches are sported by those who by no means sure that Mr. Lang-leare compelled tobuy their pants will be while the gentlemen of the American Hon. lieu V. Smith has a most from Protective Tariff League. excellent chance s be the desire of every man o will make it a point to at. tend the meetings which are sih e to be a n'ovel feature of this very novel campaign, the first to niadojvithout the tainted money o the trusts, which the other p.iities are flooded with, but w h the mites of the common people. w 1 strong claims uSsueceps for otuer parties Wu withsta ml r JJ iwever stran'git may seen lars for nny case of Deafness (causDeafness Cannot be Cured by local applications, as they can- ed by cntarrh) that cannot be curnot reaeh the diseased portion of ed Ilnll'n Oataorh Cure. Send for circulurs, free. the ear. There is only dno way to F. J. Cheney & Co.,, Toledo, O. cure denfness, nnd that is by constitutional remedies. Deafness is Sold by Druggists, ye. Take Hall's Family Pills for caused by an tnllamedjcomlitiun of con-- i pation. dv. the mucous. lining of the Eustach- i until IMS til j mm mam School for Teachers IntrrniAlliteaKt Ulo HUt V.i r TilM "i 'i ru"ii Hpl of KntucSy. tonrwi ami Vre to A ivviv t Co'ir. Tuition...t.n.ll.l itnr. tm.tt !..... d' I RICHMOND, KY A Training '1 MHCfttC. l?lttvhooM g rock'-ribbe- d Tr Term UmM. Bwonl April!,NoTunW ' Sohoolrtoptm Jum"W IS. Sumuwr t7r.r!hTrr!ii c.t.i.i.rre.. cnABUB, PrrtldenL, o y Courier-Jo- to beat Caleb Powers in the Eleventh District witli Mr. Seavey, the Progressive candidate, to divide the Republi can vote with him. Besides, Powers has become unpopular because of his course and his inability to do anything for his constituents. A solid delegation in Congress is, therefore not among the impossibilities. Let every Democrat strive for that most desired consummation. wishy-washy urnal. When Governor Wilson n.n for Governor of New Jersey he prom-iseto secure for the people sixteen reforms. The way he keeps n d promises is shown Only five days more until the battle is won or lost, with great odds standing in favor of the Democrats winning. Everything favors Democracy this time, the the fact that all sixteen are now covered by1 laws obtained through his influence. That is the kind of a man to tie to and the American people realizing it are going to give him the largest majority for President ever acby yON'T BE FRIGHTENED. Winteris about here, but you can buy carefully 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 pric-- es we make on the articles named. corded. cratic plurality of 5500 this year and will if Democrats will do their duty next Tuesday. Powell should roll up a Demo- Your Bank Mult Be both willing and able at all bmes .toeendyou 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 years. Clay City National Bank, CLAY CITY, KENTUCKY. Men's Suits, Over Coats, Rain Coats, Boys9 Suits and Pants, and OverCoat, Ladies' Ready-to-WeSuits, Cloaks and Skirts, Misses' Cloaks, wSuits and Skirts. Uuderwear for the Whole Family. ar SHOES IN ALL LEATHERS AND BEST STYLES. ri PUBLIC NOTICE. We take plies. this method of further extending an invitation to sup- These are oily aFeW of the many fiood thirds to 6e found at oustWo stores Where full lines of eVery thir the housekeeper needs Will always 6e found in Dry Goods and Groceries- - 11 the buying public to come to our store and get their For several weeks we have been supplying many The plan originated by Chair man Johnson N. Oumden of t lie Democratic Stale Campaign Committee to have a speaking at each of the county seats in tho 'f 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 further. extend our trade Our one great is itute on Saturday afternoon, Nov. 2nd, and in the cities at any hour which may be found the ii'dM convenient, when the Chairmen ami the Precinct Commit-teeiuewill meet to confer and device means to get out the full vote, lias been adopted by tin National Committee which will lecomnieiid to all the state organizations to do likewise. That (ommittee will nho arrange to a message from Governor Wilson read at the meeting in all of the states, which will he full of good cheer und prediction i f success if every Democrat will do his duty. To hear this message from the next 'President of tho United Stutes ii per-Minal apneal for your trade Low Prices on what you to eat and wear. our price on four staple must have , USE HflPfl We are save you going to give iyou just show "you how rh MILLS FLOUR IT RISES AWAY. ABOVE all other brands of Hour with the housewife who loves good homemade, hreud when thu wees the PEARL Hour. Its uniform duality and excellence never dioapjiointH her. It is the best all around Hour on tho market and gives your hreud that teurpting and delicious tluvor that nlwHyn deliu'hts the 'over of good bread when you use the l'KAUI. Hour. articles to we can Besl money: Patent Flour Made, Sugar, - Granulated -- -- $3.10 perewt. 6 cts. per, lb. 13 3 ! Meat and Lard,- Lard in 50 pound cans, V -- $5.75. Everything in These are only fair samples of other prices. the house is sold at the same low price. Give us a trial. H. Q. CRABTREE & COMPANY. Made by V J. ANDREW CAIN, Versailles, Ky, THE A HOME-MADE TIMES. PAl'EH. OUT. L M (!. J.yle was over . fn I from Saves. Leg of Hoy. aioingoiiiery couuiy .. lllfMIU.V. TUUKSDAY, SI, l!Mi LOCAL BREVITIES. Tonight will be Hallowe'en and we may expect the boys to be canned. The Dixie Canning s:et busy. and Preserving Company, a foO,- of. 000 corporation, lias been organMrs. Josoph .Sliiinfepsel, l.exnmton, visited relatives in ized for that purpose. David J. Etley, of Pittsburg, the the county this week. is here and says that his Elder J. I. Wills will preach company will locate a cannery at Powell's Valley church cither in Bullitt, Nelson or .Jefafternoon at 2:H0 and ferson county. Mr. Etley states Sunday morning at 11 O'clock. hat the rabbits will be trapped, skinned and boned and the loose The counties of Jefferson, Henderson, Daviess Muhl meat cooked in large caldrons enberg and. Warren have been and put up in sealed cans with a selected by the department of palatable preservative sauce. He Agriculture for extensive farm states that his cannery will have management work beginning No- a canning capacity of at least 100,000 rabbits (lining the vember 1. which lusts from November first, killing frost this fall The to January of eaili year. John was with us Friday morning, the the 25th. It is very unusual for F. Hagan is new company and Albert Hose, to be so late. Coining, as frost secretary-treasureII a r r o d it did, so late this year, allowed Leader. all kinds of the latest crops to fully mature. , prisi-dent, Sat'-unla-y Mad-ison, hoy wonlfl huve;lO Ills leg oil .1 AMHJ Il.ull.illl li.l? ptirdl.l.-XM- l 'account of an Ugly deer, caused by farm III Lincoln county and Wll I n bud bruise," wrote- I). F. Howard move mere some time in the In- - (Aquone, N C. ."All remedies anil til re. Mr. I. ed ford is a vniniblo doctors treatment failed till we citien whom we regret In lose, tried Bucklen'tf Arnica Salve, and i" j i .! cured him with one box." Cures in ina iii mcii i i tii llollli'. bums, boils, skin, eruptions, piles. 23c at all dealers. Adv. To Can Habits. Poor Johnnie Cotton-tai- l Because of the increase of .San is to - " ttt ercmuu tilHi m.v " m,,l mui ..... it-ye- ii om ! i.. mm; " Mukcs a great difference in mo.it women. Tn- - arc troubled with &.,. from backaelio, hea.ladu:, itccpleuncsa, a of Irritability or tlicy twitching, not nasties, uizr.y spent, or ti nny otiicr symptoms ot female weakntM. The lca' disorder tind inilamiii'ithm sin uld lie treated with Dr. Pierce's t'Sirii Tobets anj ,he rrertularliy end wc.U.icsj f Hie female system corrcctt. tnJ strengthened with Dr. I'icrcc's Favorite IV.f'ripticn. The strain upon the ichmI woman or tin? woman of middle oils wi'Tit'ie ncrxrancl hlond (ormini strtictu.-er- roay he too great for her strcUh. 'J I'M is the iiina to tahc this restorative tor.Io nervine and regulate r. For oxer forty rars sold hy drrpfr'ts and strength-givin- g for woman's peculiar vcakncsiei toil diitrcishijj ailments. The one remedy so pet la t in composition ami 10 friod in curative effects as to wttiuct "nern $&&n(rMi$ffl J!SvCfi (g?W ? , (v Jose scale and other pests affect-innursery stock, State Ento mologist Carman warns buyers to see that all purchases are accompanied by the guarantee required by law. g "rapper. TiC oi:c remedy yhich absolutely contains nt'tlur nitohut ncr injtirioir. or li.i Folloln(J letter selected nt runilom From a large msMircr of similar ones and cited merely to illustrate these remarl.t lHr.miu Kivatlv run down ami "In tl.o vlnt.r of V. vrltc3 Mu. '.U:ur .Sf,orT. of Siv.in Civile. M!i h.. ll.mti. I. Ilux . . " f tlov.lv l.ut ftinl irrc. wi.p-o- . ami, nt last, rcnilvcil tu OM.ly to i trrn'-tiai.- i I hud Inll.inmatlon, nlarj'fnient ar,i 1, , for hr!. ThniliM-toi'sKi'- l otlon. I wus In lml levin weeka nml ijut in Letter. 'Ihmloiti.' mull vouM Iiavp to tiiivo irn i.;.cr.it..ii, I nt to iliat I wuM not lirtcn. J'- nt t lwnil puriliUitTl t.o lioiites of Or. I'leire'a Favorllu I'rcscrlplion. Vlun I euirui1 to laito till a rcir.oily I cnull not walk across tlio finer, bi.i urirr I fcoil tftkt'n thr ImttN'S I couM fw?l myjclf iiiiinlnir. no I t!roTril H.J ir.-cnn iiniyior it I iiiii.k rorior nru iook i;r. 1 wouM have Utii diml- -1 rcall buliovu 1. ui.i.a wyll.o. 1 fct! tuttcr now !hin In t.vcnly jcarc.'' Jirt-to- rs sea-so- r. A Lor on the Track. of the fastest express means serious trouble aheud if not removed, so does loss of appetite. It means lack of vitality loss of ptretigth and nerve Weakness. If appetite fails, take Electric Bilter3 quickly to overcome the cause by toning up the stomach and curing the indigestion. Michael Hessheinier, of Lincoln, Neb., had been sick over throe years, but six bottles of Electric Hitters put him right on his feet again. They huve helped thousands. They give pare blood, strong nerves, good digestion. Only 50 cents at all dealers. Adv. When in Need of Builder's Hardware, Cabinet Mantles, Grates, Tiles, Cooking or Heating Go to or Write Stoves, the LEXINUTON, KV. orator othe mountains will speak in this city tomorrow BOOKKEEPING, SHORTHAND, night in behalf of the DemocratTYPEWRITING. ic party. Everybody who likes Fruit and Ornamental to hear good speaking should This school has turned out liun come out to hearjhim. dreds of men and women who Shrubs, Asparagus, Rhubarb, Peonies Rosea, Phlox, etc. Henderson county has an epiare successes. It will make demic of hog cholera. The farma success of. you. M. MeDaniel, silver-tongued J. nillikan Business School, TREES! OKOWERS OF WHAT WE SELL. FREE CATALOG Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, ) ers have lost $10,000 worth in tl e past few weeks, while in the spriug .$25,000 worth of hogs died of this disease, many farm ers losing every hog on their NO AGENTS Write for Catalogue. ih Winchester, - Ky. a a aau a ua m m hu H. F. Hillerrmeyer& Sons, Lexington, Ky. place. The old reliable Clay Citv merchant! 0. Shimfessel has new stock of fall and winter goods in and through his advertising space this week ask you to come and see them. Give him a call 'will be pleasing to both .you and him. Fortunes in Faces. There's often muuh truth in the saying, "her face is her fortune," but its never said where pimples, skin eruption, blotches, or other Impure blemishes disfigure it. blood is buck of them all, and shows the need of Dr. King's New Life Pill's. They promote lieulth and beauty. Try them 5J5 cents at all dealers. Adv. Mrs. 0. O. SHIPP'S QUICK-RELIE- F It is th(! most wonderful remedy for relieving pain 1 have ever used. dipt. Anderson Kerry, Lexington, Ky. I uced this liniment and the pain and soreness uistippearea m;e magic-Jail- er . T. Ballenger, Lexington, Ky For relieving riches audpnins this liniment twain atiytiungi ever saw. .1. II. I.utton, Lexington, Ky. It is the only remedy I have found Unit has given me any relief since I was rmrnlizcfl four years ago Mrs. Stisiin , einoi-nisewnurg, Jml. Some people wear an old shoe a If it fails to relievo any pain in any part of the body in fifteen minutes, ask long time Just because it's easy on fur your money back. SOLI) HY ALL LEADING the foot. WE furnish a shoe that DRUGGISTS. THE OLD SHOE. LINIMENT This Is the liniment the people are talking about. Fall and Winter Goods Hardwick Our Fall uiul Winter (.Soods 8 & Co, Wo cordially invite Clemens, died at Fits like an old one, SI are in. Virden Tuesday, October 22, afll CAPITAL STOCK, 8100,000 ter a lingering illness. Funtlral Looks like a new one, K 8UUPI.USANDUN- services were conducted Thurs-daby Elder A. Kaster nfter Wears like a good one, which the remains were intered in the Virden graveyard. Deand is fashionable too. p WlNCITKSTER BANJv. years old and ceased is fifty-on9' ni WlTtfon'M!n. Kv. is survived by several children besides her husband, This in the season when it is dan- fc N.IfOMV WlTllKRHPOOX, PlIKH y you to call ami see tbeni. Ve will maUo it to your st I 1 to do your dealing with us, by fihinu; you more for your money than you can get eleew luie. And V I ii besides, tliink wu have every thing you want. e not luention here everything that wo want to call your attention to the following lines, lliat we are anxicus for you to get acquainted with. Hart, fan handle, but Saved Hy His Wife. gerous to continue to wear the K W. She's a wife woman who knowa obi shoe. It may cause 6ickuees. just what to do when her hiulmndV life is in danger, but ."Mrs. 11. .1. Mint, Hiaintree, Vt., is of that kind. "She insisted on my using Dr. King's New Discovery," writes Mr. V. "for n dreadful cough, v hen 1 was ho weak my friends all thought I hud only a short time to SlMIAR. OAHHIKIt. ISchall'ner and Marx Clothing for .Men, also Ilaert brand 2 C3 JV "Queen Quality" and 'Hoton Kavoilto" Shoes tor Men, "Astoi" Shoes for Women, "Walk-Ovtrbrand Hats for .Men ami Moys. See our goods and Clothing. " gi4 our price when in need of Women'?, Mines' and hildren'B llatu, Coats, Hainconts and etc., ready-to-wea- r - MRS. live, and it completely eared me." A quick cure for coughs and colds, its the most safe and reliable medicine for many throat and lung troubles grip, bronchitis, croup, whooping cough, quinsy, tonsilifie, hemorrhages. A trial will con-vinceyou. 50 cts. (and $1 00. Guar-antecd by all dealers. Adv. J.W.WILLIAMS CLAY CITY, KY. J Electric Bitters Succeed when everything else falls. In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy, bs thousaada have testified. Jlen's Haiti coats, Hunting Coatu, lent her and rubbei Foot AYear, Stajile and Dress Caps, Tiousers, and etc. need, and let us In fact see us for any thing you show you that wo can t'ave you money. 1 1 k FOR KIDNEYiLIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE ia the best siadiclne ever sold over a druggiat'a counter. Hardwick & Co., Stanton. SOMERSAULTS CF ROOSEVELT William Jennings Bryan Analyzes SWEET CLOVER A great fertilizer, and n hardy vigorous forao plant for hay nml panturo. Will grow in any soil, Wen in rockv nhicc. Can be sown with spring oate, or sown nlono in .nay ror meadow, and sown in wiin corn at the last cultivation, I'rices of seed, and circular how to grow it sent on request. BOKHARA Farm Drain Tile Make Your Wet Land Productive. By Record of Third Term Candidate HIS No SUDDEN CONVERSION Message In Behalf of People's Cause in Seven and a Half Years T. R. Was President. JENNINGS BRYAN. borrower is If this servant to ono who borrows ldoas Mr. Itoosnrclt dots not rccognlzo tho for he has not only borrowed fiom the Democratic party as few public men have borrowed from an oppos-inparty, but ho has shown himself wtrangely ungrateful for the Ideas tak- c. Of course It will not be contended hat an Idea can bo patented. It Is the only thing. In fact, that Is not subject to monopoly. liven Mr. Perkins, with all his fond-rcE- s for the trust, would not contend that a monopoly In Ideas could bo formed and made subject to regulation by a bureau appointed by tho president. Mr. Itoosevolt, however, has won his popularity by the advocacy of things previously advocated by the Democrats, and still he Is all the while Hssaillng the Democrats bitterly and lias shown toward them a hostility that Is hard to explain. To show the extent of his borrowing, let mo enumerate some of the things which he now advocates that were by the Democrats at an earlier date. By WILLIAM Solomon tas that tho unto the lender. ap-l'll- mm the mag;;et was INCLINED to favor tho popular' election of senators by the people, but Mr. Roosevelt did not even lndlcrU an Intention In that direction. Now, when tho reform Is practically secured the amendment being before the states for ratification ho declares himself In favor of It. Would It not be fair for him to Indicate In some way his' appreciation of tho long continued fight waged by the Democrats In behalf of this reform before he espoused it? and the Income Tax. T. Mr. Roosevelt Is in favor of an income tax. How long since? His first indorsement of it was during his second term, and then it was suggested as a means of limiting swollen forFt. py field into the most productive spot on your farm. Good tile, properly placed, not only carrios off surplus water, it admits uir to the soil mid make? it easy to work. SEED CO., Falmouth, Ky. It improves any soil. The fnereaco' Box 9!). 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It is better than others, or it would not be the favorite liver powder, with a larger Bale than all others combined. SOLD IN TOWN P2 Arnica Salve Heals Everything Healable. Burns, Boils, Sores, Ulcers, Files, Eczema, Cuts, Corns, Wounds and Bruises. SATISFIES, On MONEY BACK. 25c AT A L DRUGGISTS, KEEPS FLESH IN TONE FROM SKIN TO BONE. tunes and not as a means of raising revenue. The Democratic party In- cliiapd an Incoma tax provision In wi" Wilson law of 1894. When this provision was declared unconstitutional by tho supreme court by a majority of one the Democratic party renewed W00DR0W SPEECHES. WILSON'S FROM du- Shall the People Rule? Take his paramount Issue of the present campaign namely, tho rule of the people. The platform adopted by tho Democratic national convention at Denver four years ago contained tho tallowing: '"Shall the people rule?' Is the overwhelming Issue which manifests Itself in all the questions now under discus- of neglected idealss and neglected ties. . The nation has awakned to a sense SUpWRY Riifit-Bouu- the tight and has contended for the income tax In three national campaigns. In 1908 the Democratic platform demanded the submission of an amendment specifically authorizing an Income tax the very amendment now before the states for ratification. sion." Mr. Roosevelt's candidate, Mr. Taft, Hero is tho very phrase which he declared during the campaign that an niploys, and it is not only declared to amendment was not necessary and lid an issue, but tho overwhelming isMr. Roosevelt never made any argusue. It was dwelt upon' by the can diment In favor of the .amendment or in lates and by other speakers during the favor of the principle embodied In It.- :rmpalgn, to that Mr. Roosevelt, then The amendment has now been ratified 'resident, may be assumed to have had by thirty-fou- r states; but, so far as I notice of it. He not only refused to kBow, Mr. Roosevelt has never made .lmlt then that" it won the paramount a speech in favor of its ratification ife, but he displayed extraordinary nor, since the submission ot the activity in urging upon the country amendment, made a speech urging an Mr. Taft, whom ho has since declared Income tax as a part of our fiscal systo be the agent of bosses and the enetem. It would not require any great my of popular govsromeut. stretch of generosity on his part to It would seem that hn ought to make credit tho Democratic party with pritome slight acknowledgement of his ority in the advocacy of this reform. indebtedness to the Democratic party Not Always For Railroad Regulation. .'or suggesting this issue to him. At Mr. Roosevelt is now an advocate of least, he nilpht put the issue in quota,-:lo- n railroad regulation. When did ho commarks. mence? The Democratic party in its He is now advocating the direct platforms of 1896, 1900 and 1904 deelection of senators, but If ho ever ex- manded an extension of the powers of pressed himself in favor of this reform the Interstate commerce commission. arller than two years ago the fact Up to 1904 Mr. Roosevelt never disiias escaped my observation, and I cussed the Bubject of railroad regulanave not only watched carefully, but tion officially or In public speech, so waited anxiously, for some favorable far as I have been able toflnd. Alexpression from him. though nominated without opposition Long Fight For Popular Election of In the convention of 1904, his platform contained no promise of railroad reguSenators. lation. By its attitude on the railroad The Democratic party began tho question the Democratic party alienatt (;ht for the popular election of senaed tho support of those railway officials tors twenty years ago this summer, who counted themselves Democrats, e when a Democratic house of and Mr. Roosevelt, both In 1900, when at Washington passed for ho was a candidate for the first time a resolution submitting and In 1904, when he was a candidate the necessary amendment. Since that for president, had tho benefit of the time a similar resolution has been support of those It was passed Jby the house In live other con- In 1904 that he wrote his famous letfesses first, in 1S94 by nnother Dem- ter to Mr. Ilarriman and in the state ocratic house; then, after two of New York profited by the campaign had elapsed, by three Hepubli-:ufund thru Mr. Ilarriman raised. houses, rnd, last, by the present When aftr 1904 Mr. Roosevelt took i.rnocrnile house. During the twenty up tho subject of railroad regulation ?m the reform has been Indorsed In h- - found more hearty support among lirei Democratic platforms, the the Democrats in tho senate and houso of IflOO. 1901 and 190E. and It than among tbo Republicans, so that Indorsed by the legislatures ho has reason to know that the Demids of the states. Mr. ocratic party has for a long time plantif nearly ltponvflt mint have known of the ed itself boldly upon tho people's side wh!Ht was being' mfcde. by the pco-- , on the subject of railroad regulation. le to fcuro the populur election ot Under the circumstances we might KcnaU'r. and yet he took no part In expect some complimentary reference During this time he was to our party's 'm dint attitude instead ot i. resilient for seven and oue half years, anathemas-Jt U finite certain that a ringing T. R.'s Complete Somersault. uirhsat;e from him would have brought dctory to the people's cause, but no On the subject of publicity as to Four years ago the mbisui;r came. convention which he controlled and campaign contributions he has not only ' which nominated Mr. Taft rejected, adopted tho Democratic position, but he. has been compellod to turn a com- - j oy a vote of seven to one, u resolution ' pinto somersault In order to do so. In iiidor!iig this reform. Htill Mr KooEovelt did not say any- - j 1908 the Democratic platform demandihin lie neither rebuked the Itepub-I'ca- n ed the publication before election of convention nor Indorsed the the names of Individual contributors strong plank which was lucluded in and the amounts contributed. Mr. ' the DenvHi- platform. Evtn Mr, Taft Roosevelt at that time indorsed Mr. won so f.tr during the campaign of Taft's contention that the publication . uniJJ after tho ela 190 a to nay that I'KRSONAU.Y hn should be repre-tentativt, -con-pressn plat-:trra.t b-- t'n two-third- s ef-ic- rt . J deX'-rccd- We stand face to face with great questions of rlghfind Justice. OF L. & E. TiyiE TflSLE. Effective May 28, 1911. West-Boun- No. 2, Parties and platforms and candi- Daily. dates should be frankly put under examination to see what they will yield L M. us by way of progress. 1:35 The only way yon can conduct politics is in wldenlng'clrcles, not in narrowing circles. t No. 4, Daily. A. M. Stations. No. 1, No. 3, Daily A. M. ' ' Daily. P. M. 5:35 "4:37 I regard continued struggle to see to it. that the people are taken tare bf'by their own government. ( j this' campaign simply as a If prosperity is not to be checked in this country we must broaden our borders and make conquest of the markets of the world. 2:17 2:35 2:49 3:05 3:15 3:21 3:28 3:47 3:52 4:04 4:25 5:19 5:-- 5 CONNECTIONS. LEXINGTON: Train No. 1 will make connection at Lcxinpton with part body can he. relieved with Shipn's the L. &. X. for Louisville, Ky. No. 3 will make connection Quick Relief Liniment. 100 reward If with the L. & N. at Winchester for Cincinnati, O. it fails and tint purchase price is not Trains Nob. 1, 2, 3 anoV4, will make refunded. Try it mid see. 60c At All CA.MI'TON JUNCTION: Druggists. ton with Mountain Central Railway to and from Campton. BHATTYVILLE JUNCTION: Trains Nos. 1, 2 and 3 will make connection with the L. & A. Railway for Beuttyville. O. & K. JUNCTION: Trains Nos. 2, 3 and 4 will make com hc, A Nervous Woman Finds tion willi Ohi" A Kentucky Railway for Canuel City, Ky. 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