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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): November 7, 1912 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1912 cla1912110701_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.): November 7, 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 SI. 00 n CITY TIMEH. . W Year in Advance e arc here lo help Clay City, the siirrounJing Country anJ Ourselves. .1. . Burgher. Publisher. VOL. XVII. Democratic Victory. CLAY (HTY. Easy Victory. KY, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER Roads': 7, 1912. NO. o The Relation of The Automobile to Will Move fo Winchester. Tuesday was Democratic day in this country, Wilson and Marshal having been elected by t ht biggest, plurality" of any president ever elected. The reports indicate that, beyond all dotlbt the Republicans have carried but three states, Vermont, Utah and Idaho with a total of eleven electoral votes. Roosevelt l;as probably Illinois, KanPeen-sylvania sas and Michigan with 92 electoral votes while Wilson will have over 425 votes in the electoral college. Kentucky has gone Democratic by over 100,000 votes. C. C. Turner has been elected to the Appellate branch from this district by 3,000 votes. Nine of the eleven Congressmen will be Pemooratic. Caleb Powers winning in the Eleventh by a small majority and John Laiigley winning m the 'lentil. Powell county is Democratic by 200. The returns are very satisfactory to us, but we feel sorry for the poor obi Repuhii-can The battle' is over and the victory is won, but. lie sweet is taken out to a great extent on (,f the ease in which it was won. The majority of Wilson in the electoral college will be greater than was expected by the most enthusiastic supporters of Wilson. Taft is the worst beaten man that ever ran for president as a nominee of a leading party. He has made a good president; has done what he was to do, but his own has turned him down and all t'oap pease the whims of one man, who in entering the race against him because a falsifier and a deception, but he hoodwinked e nough Republican votes to run in second place. lie is a sham. Mr. Taft didn't, deserve such a throw down and he has our sym I It has been said1 that "the does not build roads but shows the necessity for roads." Every man' who buys a.car becomes at once, If he was not before, an advocate of roads and, in this state, must at once contribute to the "State lload Fund" to the extent of his license fee. Sectionia of our automobile laws reabs: "All fees, collected by the Secretary of State under this act shall be converted by' him benefit and to as an The censed of-t- he in-t- o the State Treasury for the State Hord Fund be applied, and set apart addition Jo that fund." 0,000 cars jthat will be liin the state this year will 0,000.00 to contribute some.; state road work. While Kentucky i3 seventh in pathy. Now that the election is over let us lay down polities for an other year anil look ' after busi Hess as we should, and we are sure the change in the administration will be no hamper to our success. The new mails law says without the comity court's order road shall be establishes thun thirty feet wide, and in. less hill shall be mi this mad with more than live .feet rise to tie This biw.is good hundred Why 'not 8toTtiiiiwto make roads ( in form to tins new law? A'turiie. .1 M. McDll' lei. Beatlvvilie, an Henry Breckin-ridgf I.exinii "ii. inline speech Friday night in the es.in of rbe Dhiiio ratie ticket interes' tin-ole, party. B. White, V. S.. is in t lie ciiy ami will be located at Eaton's itver.s stable for sixty dajs. His card appears in thiH issue uf die I'mies The editor of this paper had linn treat a very sick puny Tuesday. He brought' liim around all right in 24 hours, the pom w.i m a serious condition and in lor ilie protnpt airl.it' Dr mte would probably h.ve .ned Fne-- toe li - l'i s man wo experience reconuiienil Dr. While o nil Mock owners having sick i.niiuals M. Flem-iugsburg, - Dr. improved roads, these roads have, practically, been, built in about 20 per cent, of.the counties of the state This leaves SO percent, of the counties,toith ibout GO per cent, of the population, so situated that autaniobiles are of lit tie service, hall each machine brought into one of those counties is a "goo(H roads mission-a" A man .residing in one of the manv counties in the state Pit tint blessed w itftan abundance of purchasein'.i small automobile. This genjlieiiian is so n ro-iil- for-tun- " te'fir ninrfartHite--tma few s . ee ii, as in m n one of the in In remaining toll pikes i . .. rlns-Mi- We are showing an Elegant Line of FALL AND WINTER state Fur twentx vears he has PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. repaired (?) this road by crush-- i Hi: limestone by hand to about .Services Finland 4ih Sabbat b the size nf ii pint ,cup and allow each month. inuthe traffic to complete the Praver Meeting-'- , WedriH.tlav vea job After one trip ovpr the nigs. road in his "benzine buggy," it is reported, he took the next (Mms. K. Mann, Pastor train to the city to buy modern road building machinery, a trader, stone crusher, road roller, etc. Therefore, while the "automo-- Hon. John Ilardwick of Powell county, purchased Friday from Mrs. Ella Iioiinsavnll a lot on French ave., for u consideration which was not given out, but said to be a pretty good price. The lot adjoins the property of Mr. R. Penii Taylor and tho Misses Bright. Mr. Ilardwick will erect a handsome brink dwelling and move his family u,ie to reside, which will bo re- ceivod with much pleasure by the manv friends of Mrs. Ilardwick, who will be remembered as Miss (irigsby, daughter of If you have a tnte lor correct Mrs. Telitha Grigsby of Boone no matter if you want to Avenue. Winchester Democrat. pay bat a small price, lemeuiiiei linstock we handle solves the piolilem Only One Road to Success. Young man, there is one thing yon cannot do. You cannot make a success in life unless you work. Fashiona-abl- e Older men than von have tried it and failed. You cannot loaf the street corner, smoke, tell stories and sponge on sonic one else without making a failure of life. You must learn a trade or get into some honest business. If ou don't will become a chronic loafer, and there is no place in the world for loafers. The ripe fruit is at the top of the tree and c In the ready to.weard-paruneyou must climb it you get it or have suits to (it all, and some smart man will pluck it We ulso take from you. Do something, no mut- perfect e'othes. how small or bow low the wa- measures and furnish soils to nr. ter ges, it will be a starter Help dt-- and guarantee fit or no side. u. voiir.self and. others will help Tie re is no roval road to Miccevs; will, grit and euduraii'-.are tlie qu lities that lead to it. THE KIND YOU LIKE. Some Clothes For Men of All Ages. nt r . Mrs. J. W. Williams, Clay Ciiy, Ky. bile does not builds road, shows the necessity for roads " it WALDRON & JOHNSON pi GOODS including SIOUT SPRING. Eld. P. N. Taylor will preach at the Baptist church Stindux at eleven o'clock Waltersville, Ky. 1$ We Cloaks and Wraps Ladies' Suits5 Millinery, to (it inrdS and etc. MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING you and your pocketbook. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Wright, of 'Vaughn's Mill, visited Mr. and Mrs. Asa Burnett Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wiseman, of Clark county, visited relatives here Saturday and Sunday. cam a full, line of General Merchandise md b-- i are selling the goods to our large trade and they tell us they are When you want any kind of Merchandise, think of SHIMFESSEL'S and givers the opportunity to please you as we have been doing for so many years pa A with satisfaction both to you and ourselves. White. Elder Albert. Easter, of tho Christian church, preached a most interesting sermon at the Baptist church Sunday morning. We hope to have Jjro. Euster frequently visit us as wo always enjoy his splendid sermons. Win. Edge has moved to Clin City for an estwlnle stay and will later move on to Winchester. Dave White will move to Mr. Kdge's property and Asa Snow-deto the house vucuted bv Mr. Saving Money. You can do the same thing. If you are not n 6 p P already one of our in-in- pleased customers, come round omo day and give our place a look through and lot us price you some of our goods.Thoy willopenyoiireyeMnaii opportunity. Everything to Please the Customer Dr. M. B. WHITE, . I VETERINARY SURGEON. ....Oraduate! the... Langsnlre V. S. College, England 1869. v FLEMINQSBURO, KY. ! ... ;Vf,.-i.p)- , HIDE3 ii AND mustrun mist iav rat ni - Send Us Your Orders over telephone, by messenger or otherwise and if you live in Clay City or near our rtoro we will "deliver thegoodb" .' ruca AW BINS. IfMpMUBWea. Wrttahr ttaaiagtalaarf yriwto 0OHH WHITE A OOm UTtimim imt Lownuu. K. I cun now bo seen at K11 ton's 1. very Stablo in Clay City for about 2 months wlioro 1 will 110 able to trout all kinds of siukness of Horses, Cattlo, Shcc, lings nnd Dogs. All examinations and consultations free. Call uud seo me. 1 Ia v VI,. I 1 feels under defeat, the editor WESTERN DIVISION. has no tantalizing words for our good .Republican friends. Their No. 2. Daily East Bound Subscription rules SI a year ortliree defeat being so much greater 1. M. than we ever experienced, we 1:35 Ky. jear9 in udvunce 82. Lexington, Winchester, judge they are miserable and 2:17 L. & E. Junct. " 2:35 ) 15. liunjher, Publisher. they have our sincerest " Clay City, 3:05 Cainpton Junct." 3:47 ' " Entered ns seeond-elns- s Torrent, mail nmttcr. 4:04 After all this investigation 4 :25 B'ttyville Junct." " Athol. 191; some anxiety arises as to who 4:52 Nov. Thursday, O. & K. Junct. " fi:lD will have the courage to produce 5:25 " Jackson, " campaign funds for 1010. Quicksand. CLUB RATES. No. 1. For the convenience of our subVWcst Bound The lth of March is coming to Dnily 51. scribers, we have arranged club rates be regarded with favor as a date A. with the following papers at prices Ky. Quicksand, ' " for regulation as well as Jackson, 5:05 below mentioned: 5:10 O.&K. Junct. " " The TiMK8 and Athol, 5:35 Courier-JournH'ttyvllle Junct." $1.00 Four years of honest Gover-men- t 0:03 " u Cincinnati Enquirer 6:25 Torrent, 1.10 equal rights to all and 6:43 Cainpton Junct. " " Louisville Herald 90 " 7:10 Clay City, special privileges to none. " Home and Farm 75 L. & E. Junct. " 7:51 " ' Inland Farmer Winchester, 8:05 1.00 A woman seldom shows her 8:50 " Lexington. " American Farmer 90 " Southern Agriculturist 75 age until she tries to hide it. DIVISION I'UHI.ISIIKP VKUV THURSDAY. ni lib I L II i Ih s Itlinn we did four yenrs ngo 1 11VA JLWJ. Knowing as we do how badly one . Well, we feel better today Lexington and Eastern Railway Company. There is more Cuturrh in this suction of'the country than nil other dlnences put together, and until the la8t few ycara was considered to be incurable, For 0 great many No. 4. years doctors pronounced it a local Dally A. M. disease and prescribed local reme7:20 dies, and by constantly failing to 8:03 treatment, pro8:18 cure with local 8:50 nounced it incurable. Science has 9:27 proven catarrh tob' a constitution0:44 al disease and therefore requires 10:30 Hall's treatment. 10:57 constitutional 11:05 Catarrh Cure, manufactured by 11:25 F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, No. 3. Daily is the only constitutional cure on P. M. the markci. It is taken internally 1 :25 1:60 in doses from 10 drops to a 1:57 It acts directly on the 2:22 2:51 blood and mucous surfaces of the 3:12 system. They offer one hundred 10-0- dollars for any case it fails to cure. Send for eircuiars aud tcstitnon'nls. Address : F. J. Cheney tt Co , Toledo, O. Sold by Druggists, 75c. Take Hall's Family Pills for coryuipntion. dv. JlvWCHMOH0.KY. Mm School fVtiraM for Teachers in Elementary, !ntcwmtifJ LK VilU In linrmtc. Course. h.lilMI. mltortea.ntira . .. prwuc. -- coo... otio.l. n t r irricuiiur", RUb Or all rMi TUUmFrtUi. TkBtldlddor 5"",i''; wviiTM'i'r" V 3. ririt Ttrm bf1 "P "' cu.f.rr.t. miABBB. PretUent, 8:30 4:05 4 .37 4:50 6:35 EASTERN West bound Four years of prosperity and East bound One of the most hopeful sifzns No. 0. No. 10. DAILY DAILY of the time has developed in this Democracy, and then some. Ex.Sun. Ex. Sun. campaign. Heretofore a presiFlagged Train With Shirt. 11:00 a. 111. Jackson, Ky. 12:40p. tr. 12:12 " " dential campaign has had the efTearing his shirt from his back 12:12p.m. Haddix, llilOa.m. " Whick, fect of checking the progress of an Ohio man flagged a train and 12:50" " Krypton, 10:40" " 1:50" O .OR " business aud holding the indus- saved it from ti wreck, but H. T. 3:10" " uazara, OHX)' Whitesburg" 6:30' tries to some extent at a stand Alston, Raleigh, N. C , once preCONNECTIONS. utill. The presidential campaign vented a wreck with Electric Bit1 that was just closed has been a ters. ''I was in a terrible plight Lexington : TrainLNo.N.will make conat Lexington nection with the notable exception to this rule, when I began to use them," be for Louisville, Ky Train No. 3 will make tt seems that the American peo- writes, "my stomach, head, back chesterconnection with L. fc N. lit Winfor Cincinnati, O. ple have at Inst made up their and kidneys were all badly affected Cnmpton Junct. Trains Nos. 1, 2,3 and minds that "business" can thrive and my liver was in bad condition, 4 will make connection witli Mountain and prosper during a presidential nut four bottles of Electric Bitters Central Ry. to and from Campton. nnd Boattyvllle Junct. Trains Nos. 1, 3 contest as well as at any other made me feel like a new man," A 3 will make connection with the L. & time, as the past year has been trial will convince you of their A. lliiilway for Beattyville, Ky. matchless merit for any stomach, O. & K. Junct. Trains No. 3daily and one of very unusual prosperity liver or kidney trouble. Price 50 No. 4 daily except Sun. will mako connection with the Ohio & Kentucky Ky. cents at all dealers. for Cnnnel City .and O. & K. stations. Washington was greatly shock od at the untimely death of the of the United Ktates,Honornble James S. Sher Vice-presiden- DON'T BE FRIGHTENED. Winteris abouthere, butyou can buy care- fully and be comfortable and happy. We man which occured Oct. 00, "iSonnie Jim" as he was famil iarly known to the Washingtoui :ins was n very popular figure at the Capitol aud was always a "jolly good fellow", and was much liked in political circles He was one of the ablest and most determined supporters of Uncle Joe Cannon when that gentleman was the "czar" and speaker of the House. We saw a man last Friday who formerly was charged of carrying considerable liquor into local op tion, Estill county, from Olay City. He had his saddle pockets and was inquiring a near road to Virden. Upon inquiring we learned that it is reported that being sold somewhere vicinity of Virden. We 111 the hope this is not true still the au ihorities should investigate the report and if true they should be vigorously prosecuted. liquor iB Your Bank Mu their accounts with the 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. ' Be both willing and able at all times to extend you such accommodations as your business justifies. Ask the experience of your friends who have carried CLAY CITY NATIONtwenty-thre- AL BANK during the past e years. Clay City National 11 Bank, CLAY CITY. KENTUCKY. w Men's Suits, Over Coats, Rain Coats, Boys9 Suits and Pants, and OverCoat, Ladies' Ready-to-WeSuits, Cloaks and Skirts, Misses' Cloaks, Suits and SArfs. Uuderwear for the Whole Family. ar SHOES IN ALL LEATHERS AND BEST STYLES. PUBLIC NOTICE. We take plies. this method of further extending an invitation to sup- These are oily Found afevv" of the many fiood thirds to 6e stores Where full lines of eVery thina the housekeeper needs Will always 6e at our tWo found in Dry Goods and Groceries- - listening to some people talk it is entry to learn what other ncoiile should do. It sounds better to iu for the leader to say, "come on boys" instead of "go mi boys". The leader of any en tcriirise should be the heaviest contributor. By the buying public to come to our ftore and get their customers in this vicinity with what they need at saving of money. For several weeks we have been supplying many a great MRS. J. W. WILLIAMS, CLAY CITY, KENTUCKY. Now that we are flailed, we want to Aill extend our trade further. Our one great is appeal for your trade Long live William patriot-Hit- - J. e Br.vnti the o Low Prices on what you to eat and wear. our piice must Miitesman-th- incor-ruptible.t- have - ilrivo the "money chnimerh" out of the "Temple' (f Dcinociifcy us he did at Haiti more like the Nazurene 1900 years ago. does not lose hi temper ii." picturesquely as Col. Roosevelt does. But he does very well fur u man of comparatively Juniled -- experience in that branch of political art. Mr. L We are you going to give, you just show you. how , usre 11VJL U JJ MILLS FliOTJR IT RISES AWAYABOVE of Hour with the housewife who loves youd home, iiiudo breud when she iibvm the PKAUL Hour. It uniform (imli-tmid excellence never disappoint her. It is the heat all nrouiul tlour on th) murket utid gives your hrci.il that tempting and delicious Uuvor that idwiiyw ck'llglitH the 'over of (rood lireud when you use the l'KAHL ll.Hir. nil other brtuuls y on four staple articles to we can save . money: t Beit Patent Flour Made, Granulated Sugar, --- ei I; 1 nt- - $3.l0pencwt. .6 cts. per jib. 13 Meat and Lard,( Lard in 50 pound cans, the house is sold " " " $5.75. Everything in Give. us a trial These are only fair samples of other prices. at the same low price. Senator LaKolletto refused to vote for either Tuft, Roosevelt Does this mean r Wilt-on- . v p irty js ti limit to be t in I I H. G. QRABTREE & COMPANY. ijiMade by J. ANDREW CAIN, Versailles, Ky. ..1. 7ft Twn. c. THE ST TIMES. D; A HOME-MA- I'AI'KH. NuV. r, 1HI3 THURSDAY, LOCAL BREVITIES. It. W;Cox, of Jieattyville, Whitesburg appears in this istit lias moved into the house with of the Times., Uuiisult it when jhis step son,. U O. Crabtree. Mr. Cox is a valuable citizen you desire lo travel eastward. whom we extend the glad hand Klnier I'oWell Hose, the seven of welcome. He will buy propmouths old son of Mr. and Mrs. erty in the city and occupy it Dave iim died at their home in soon as he can find something this city Thursday, October Jllt, for salu that suits him. of .Stomach trouble. IJiirial Ar The time table of the new L K. traip from Jackson to New Resident. E, Nature's laws are perfect if only we obey them, hut disease follows diubed!-encGo ttrni(tlit to Nature for (lie cure, to the forest; there are mysteri.-- s (here, some of which we can fathom for you. Take the bark ol the tree, with mandrake root, Oregon (Jrape root, stone root, queen's root, bloodront nnJ golden seal root, make a scientific, glyceric extract of them, with just the riht Wild-cherry proportions, and you have DOCTOR PIERCE'S GOLDEN MEDICAL DISCOVERY. It took Dr. Pierce, with the assistance of two learned chemists and pharnn- cists, many months of hard work experimenting to perfect this vegetable alterative and tonic extract of the gnatcit efficiency. Sat-tinla- v . .r drug store in Poito Kico." For tbront and lung troubles it has no A Monefce county man has equal. A trial will convince you been arrested for taking Ins baby of its merit. oOc and 61.00. Trito Mt. Sterling and deserting it al bottle free. Guaranteed by all by leaving it in the hands of ne- dealers. Adv. groes. The full penalty of the law is too easy for such unnatu- Carpcnler, of the Estill Herald has been appointed Mrs. ()rio.i, of Alabama, visit-o- l postmaster nt Irvine. We are her brother, V. T. McGnire, always glad to learn of any thing last wpok. good coming in the way of our , brother newspaper men, and Miss Miiry White, of Winches-tortherefore congratulate Editor visited relaties in the city Carpenter upon his success in Sunday. landing this plum. H. D. Curry, of Nicholas counPorto Rico's New Wonder. ty, was here Tuesday to cast his From far away Porto Uieo come vote for the Democratic ticket. Mr. Curry never fails to do his reports of a wonderful new duty. that is believed will vastly Itamnn T. stepped benefit the people. Mrs. W. T. McGuiro ran thru Marchnn, of Harceloneln, writes on a nail which nearly her foot one day last, week and "Dr. Kind's New Discovery is dothe accident is giving her some ing splendid work hero. It cured' me about liee times of tcriible trouble. coughs nnd colds, also my brother The turkey crop in pome counof a severe cold in bis chest and ties is very short while in this mor20 others who used it on county it is better than for years. my tnn advie. We trope this great We notice some sales in other indieino will yet be sold in every counties at 11 cents per pound on ,. - Joul Griivett. has moved back to Clark county. at tlieKiton urawyard. Only A Plre Hero Editor. I. but the crowd cheered, as, with Inirned hands, he held u, a small ron n(i box. "Fellows!" lie shouted, "this Jiueklen's Arnica Salve I hold, has everything beat for burns." Right! nlso for boils, sores, pimples, eczema, cuts, sprains, bruises. Sure.t pile cure. It subdues inllammatioi!, kills pain. Only 25c at all dealers. Adv. Mn. C. W. P.vwlf.v, of Mlilvlll- -, Oifif.,wrlt.'s: " I wMi to tell you that I have used 3 our ' (Joidiin .Miillcnl n in my family for twenty year. Wo lnvo doctor railed in lint oiieadurli.ir that time. I have a (. miiy of ten clilMniu, a.l well and hearty, for which, to a extent, wo nyn thanlM to you mid your ' Golden Mruicul Discovery ' and ' 1'clloLV which wo use when sicl. " t s, C. W.IMtvlev, Esui. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets regulate and tiny stomach, Jivcr end bowp'i. Suar-coatc- invii 'ate gran-Je- t.. TREES! Fruit and Ornamental Shrubs, Asparagus, Rhubarb, Peonies Roses, Phlox, etc. NO AOENTS When in Need of Builder' s Hardware, Cabinet Mantles, Grates, Tiles, OROWERS OF WHAT Wli SELL. FKEE CAT A LOO Cooking or Heating Go to or Write Stoves, H. F. HiIIenmeyer& Sons, Lexington, Ky. Hillikan Business Schojl, LEXINGTON, BOOKKEEPING, KY. SHORTHAND, Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, ral parent. Through negotiations Monday the Feyette Home Telephone Company takes over the plant and exchanges of the East Tennessee Telephone Company in Lexington, toll lines excepted. consu-mated long-distan- $ 00 Reward! 1 TYPEWRITING. Will be paid to any person liavinRnnv kind of pain or ache if Shipp' (illicit This school has turned out bun Relief Liniment fails to give instant redrcds of men and women who lief nnd the purehnse price is not refunded. Try it nnd see. Sue. At All are successes. Itwillmake Druggists. Winchester, - Ky. a success of you. iiaiimiiyiitifliiiiigcBsuk'. Write for Catalogue. SHIPP'S QUICK- are r A religious meeting in Dallas, Texas, so affected a man giving the name G. H. Rose that he went to the couuty jail and made a confession of three crimes, one of which was the killing of W. II. Morris in Covington, Ky. 24 years ago. THE OLD SHOE. RELIEF LINIMENT. This Is the liniment the people talking about. Fall and Winter It is tho most wonderful remedy for relieving pain I have ever used. Capt. Audemni Kerry, Lexington, Ky. I used this liniment and the nain and soreness disappeared like magic. An extension division crew of Jailer W. T. Ballenger, Lexington, Ky. the Kentucky' Agricultural ExFor relievinc aches and imins tills liniment beats any tiling I ever saw. J. periment station are holding AgJi. Lelton, Lexington, Ky. ricultural schools in the Big SanIt is the only remedy I have found dy eouutie. This Hue of instructhat hns given me any relief since 1 was priilied four years ago Mrs. Susan tion will be carried to all parts Welborn, Ncwburg.Tnd. of the state as quickjy as ar- Some people wear an old shoe a If it fails to relievo afiy jmin in any rangements cuu be made to do long time just because it's easy on part of the body in fifteen minutes, ask your money back. Hthe foot. WE furniBh a shoe that for SOLD ltY ALL LEADING DHUtiGISTS. A Oreat Building Falls when its foundation is undermined O- Goods. BESS Hardwick Our Fall and Winter Goods are in. & Co. We cordially invite st and if the foundation of he'dth is attacked, quick good digMion collupse follows. On the first signs of indigestion, Dr. King's New Life Pills should be taken to tone the stomach and regulute liver, kidneys and bowels. Pleasant, easy safe, and only 25c at all dealers. Adv. A Fits like an old one, Looks like a new one, jjj CAPITAL STOCK; 8100,000 j you to call and see them. Wo will make it to your Wears like a good one, and is fashionable too. k DIVIDED PKOFITS. 200.000 I Winchester Banc. Of WlNCUBTEH, KV. the to do your dealing with us, by giving you more for your money than you can get elsewhere. And bebides, think we have every thing you want. We can not mention here everything that we handle, but want to cull your attention to the following lint, tliat Letter from Texas. This is the season when it is danE N.IIor.XY WJTIIEHSI'OON, Plir.H, jj We are in receipt of a lotter gerous to continue to wear the K OAH1I1KH. jS W. K. Sl'HAH, from Judge T. . I. Fletcher who old shoe. It may cause 'sickness. : recently moved to Miami, Texas. K m yuuK 4uuuw:vx'Hfcur.iuiTHU vi The Judge and family are well and speak of their new satisfied homo in glowing- terms. Ho Iiiib bought property in the city and thinks never of returning to Kentucky to live. He says they have a $!!."), l)Ul school building IK .iIG with eight teachers and will build u fia,800 court house soru. wu - 1 we are aiixLus for you to get acquainted with. Hart, Schatl'ner and Marx Clothing for Men, also Haert brand Clothing. "Queen Quality" and "Boston Favorite" "Walk-Over" Shoes for Women, Shoes for Men, "Astor" - brand Hats for Men and Hoys. See our goods mid get our price when in need of Women's, Misses' nmU'liildron's ready-to-we- MRS. lint, Coats, Raincoats and etc, MONEY We Men's Ruin coats, Hunting Coats, leather and rubbei Foot Wear, Staple and Drets Caps, Trousers, and etc. J.W.WILLIAMS . IV Stop that Ache! iHidy run relieved with Shipp' x r u tjulck Itcuei Miililieni. tiourcwuru lr it fulls and the purchase price U not refunded. Try it nnd ee. 60c At All bo 1 An; ache or alu in any purt or the CLAY CITY, KY. m-n-3- I t siarhrt tll von lien, fid rvn feridblislird pries. We ure u .alit:V' . K fur you in lb.P! n.iJ an u or i n' than m m.lou K lai.U lu Write for tc kl prli-- list. & CONS M. SADCL A ii r. fjtiti Ct. l3i!liillE. IT. Ctaltrs in KUi, HlUtS, WOOL. Ui-i.icr-chanIu-Lvi::("rcii-taujy lu fact see us for any thing you need, and t you that wo can euvu you money. h-- w Hardwick & Co., Stanton. DniKKists. BULLIONS Can Be Saved To Kentucky By The Appoint .jkNIhjPBi " :iRTafeaaVH"kRaRw ar xf iML ''Wfl hp t.nlendld abllitr and known loyalty evory the state adequate revenue for n the state's Interests Ddssesced byi government, economically purpose of ho nttorncy gonernl, James Garnett, conducted. nd his three assistants, tho common-vealth'"Most respectfully yours, legal force, us compared with s imi.ipnimtp Indpeil: and when It Is taken Into consideration Hint the at torney general's offlce has a multi plicity of cases and mattors of state to fully employ their attention, ami that tho present situation comes in hn nature, of an emergency unfore hut of the corporations, must setn JUSTUS GOEBEL" SWEET CLOVER liartly A jsrint fertilizer, mul vigorous ft mm o plant for liuy mid Will grow in any foil, picture I'un lie sown even in rocky places with si iii(j 'mite, or sown iilone in M.iv for iihihUhv, and pown in willi corn nt the liift cultivation. PrieiH and uirctilar liow to grow it orMH-tient on retpieM. ment Of Adequate Counsel Justus Goebel Makes Strong tection for Pro People's In seen and unprecedented In the state's history, tho urgent necessity lor tue amploymrnt of other able lawyers at, i sunnort vo force, to the attorney genquite apparent. oral bcconiC3 , Ability, known loyalty to tno cause mil assured fieedom from corporation lalnt should be the gauge to govern i CO., Falmouth, Ky. n the selection or attorneys to nssibi BOKHARA SEED H'.l. liox Interests In tho defense of tho state's i.-- Justus Goebel'a Interest. j '.rent irom, anu greaiur wan, ium u iny man In Kentucky or elsewhere GOV. J. B. M'CREARY. Appeal JUSTUS GOEBEL. even though he may have been con- Make Your Wet Land Productive. Kentucky Delegate From 8tate at Largs to DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL nected with the work. Love of my Kv the use of dtuin tile you can To CONVENINON, BALTIMORE, JUNE, 1912. ststo and lave for nnd memory of my swntn-p- y brother, whose brain- - turn tlint low, wet, useless, arsassinaied Held into the most productive blood whose tlon, to throttle the action of thla atnMf waa around' 11 cents, and selling .work constructed findwhich Good tile, company Is made It spot on your farm. ztained the statutes State Taxing Board, the first to act ful- the stock of this to do what the Board of Valu- prope.rlv placed, notoniy carries uu people, they at 81.5 cents, and the capital stock ly In the interest of the hundred ation and Assessment has Just com- snrnliiu wuter. it admits air to the En Ooen Letter He Asks That would long ago have been paying Into has been Increased to one comment to pleted, have compelled of me the serv- soil and ninkes it easy to work. (he State, county and city treasuries million dollars. Further 'jock lobbed ice I have rendered In the matter, and, It improve? any poiI. The lncrence I.aw7ers Known To Be their Just proportion of taxes. show that our Btate has property nieT 1 It Is very evident that In-- Ken to nnnnrssarv. The tanc'bL'n. was as without official duty resting on con- in the value of the land is many Loyal To the Cause Of the tutky, as In other States, big corpora- nf the r... N. O. & T. P. It. given untiringly and almost have the cost of the tile. The first than It was as more than five months of time, times In 1911 for pay a cent People and Free From Cor- tions will never are made to more ol sessed In 1900, and less little more than stantly and study to theso assessments year's crop from tiled land pays but energy pay. sessed taxes than they great imand Us peo- - for it. Any bouy can no mo worn Take the case cf tho C. & O. It. R In 1890, notwithstanding the company. In the Interest of the state every poration Taint be Employed other successfully. Write for particusys- provements made by the pie, to tho exclusion ot 1911 this read, on Its entire lars r ci'll at out plant. Against Tax-Dodgi- In In Kentucky, paid taxes on a to- The other railroads have been similar- interest business and personal. In the Suits tem on their tangl-Therefore, with such an Interest and vnlurticn of only $9,313,270, where-k- ly Inadequately assessed years. tal & Corporations thp knowledge that I have gain Red nmnrrtv for manv the? street railway company of the May, 1910, a prominent omciai oi ed through my labors, I feel that I am to pay on In cltv of Louisville was made Company, ,..-- .t e . Tim r A. nnnf thn rrtmnnnlps sulnc. Stated tnai qualified, amply qualified, to nialco an . - ..w w. -, V 1V,WW,VVV. a Ul ini'Mnnn years past appeal, in the name of tho 400.(100 tax STANTON, KENTUCKY. OPEN LETTER. the special Interests had In O. H. U. In 1901 paid taxes on a franof only $2,171,189, and controlled the state's taxing boards., n:ivers cf the state who furnish seven chlao valuation Frankfort and Covington, Ky., prove he eights of the revenue for the state's ia 1911 on a valuation of only J2.743, and the records apparently October 31st. 1912. Instance He government, and who for many yean B. Wti, whereas the Board found their told the truth 'In that To JIIs Excellency, Governor James OVER ee YEARS also stated that he would control At have withstood the burden of uueounl .McCrenry; to all Administrative and 1U12 nescoHiMnt should be ?lb,798.f.30. present Board of Valuation and As.- - t.ivfitlnn. to the administrative anil EXPERIENCE in 1901 Legislative officers ol the State and Tho C X. O. & T. I'. It. U. inip'ntive. officers of tho state to sup tvild taxes (in u franchise valuation resiniieui, uut u nn'n thfi Governor to all citizens of tho Commonweaun with unlimited In 1011 on a Ignominious failure. who are Interested in equal and uni- of on.y t::,UJ,197, and valujuon of only $:i,SE0,320, whereas ineans for the necessary defense ot Beard Acta For People. form taxation: Mm neoule's Interest and cases. iht' Hcatd fcund tholr 1912 assessment "Tell my friends to be brave and ihculd he $10,G74,200. 'The I. C. In To date the people havo won, and th There are nioa who havo said In fearless and loyal to the great com-i.'o- 1901 paid taxes on a franchise valua- Board of Valuation and Assessment nlaces that la tho employment of At Trabc Marks gono people." DESIGNS tion cf cn'.y !fl,989,870, and In 1911 on consisting- - of Hehry M. Bosworth icicey Jchn L. Illch the state lud RnwniauTI Ab. These last wcrds of my assassinated n valtiaticu cr oniy i.iiiu.o-- u, wneje xiifiirmnn- - Tnm S. Rhea and l;. a far enough, but to such men i wouiu Anron raiding nketeh and ertntlon mr , Crecellus, has finished Us work foi l rother, William Goebel, have a sacred aieertaln our opinion free whether o :iv. "Is vaur only Interest the welfare r.s the Hoard found their 1912 assess-iiiTenllon U probablr pewnublo. Communlfn- Sep-- t .i-iic-- i) n't,., t r. ayi- -, aiiu, timtii- - ritA fnr nnro It- Vim of the reop'.et and have you prove.! i i snilkanee to me and when In .i i m; t. I lOlit Sluiuia lit $ uuiiw Daleiiti. mber, li!u!, I asain commenced to K. U. It. In 1901 palu taxes cn a fran-- , noted in the Interest of tho people, lh?t there Is no other Interest that is mi t fre Oldeet awncr for MrinitCo. rctr fntenu Uken tbronih iluna ntcial MtlM, irttboat obarM, In the t.ke an active Interest In our State's chite valuation of only $8,504,370. and Until this year tho Board of Valua gi eater with you than the people 3 in . flairs, it was not to gain political faIn 1911 on a valuation of only $11.-- J tlon and Assessment has been con terest?" vor, for there Is no office I would 899,200. whereas the Board fcunil trolled In the Interest of the big cor Every Citizen Interested. AhuidiomlrniMtnUd WMktr. Irwt elr- have; but It was with hope and con- their 1912 assessment should be $15.- - porations by some hook or crook, clth Wo have been, and are, dealing In my work would, during 428.074 fidence that er friendship, palltlcal favor renleret - New York this with a matter which is vital to, SlUHH Co.38t the administration of tho present state Hie Covington companies in tln or to bo rendered, bribery or intimi- and affects the comforts of every Branch OfflM. B V BU Wublagton. D.C. fleers, open up an opportunity for 'past paid as little, proportionately, a) dation, but never before has the state home, no matter how humble, and the Kentucky to take up William GoebeVs i did most of the above mentioned com county or city been given what It was pecketbook of every taxpayor in ihe work where the assassin's bullet had ' panles, and without exception all rightfully entitled to. commonwealth, bo he laborer, meInterrupted It. and lu that event every ' these companies and the two other? The eight suits that havo been any t'epurtment of our government would suing wanted tin- - same assessir.ants brought against "the state must bo chanic, farmer, merchant or of most other rr.nli or rtatlcn. All have tneir thereto by volco l.lve lor 1912 that they, had In 1911. The fought through all federal and slato in what we have been lightIcsltlve, vigorous and loyal support. Borrd of ValiiAitcn and Assessment courts, and am of vital importance to interest more nearly equal taxation for based their 1&12 assessments on con- our people. They involve for.thc staw ing relief from corporation oppression. Relief Must Come. vincing prtof of values placed bcfor? J3S2.3S9, and for the county and city and Necessity for action in tho Interest them, The question is, shall tho cause Jf promptly obUlned In ll eoontrlM OH NO PCI. and tho assessments arc r.nl total; CArekU anil Copjrtifhu our taxpayers bo defended at tho bar the people lias grown as years have funmy Just and fair, and of the more taxing districts $823,390. or a rf Hmd Sketch, Model or Photo, lot $1,205,785. annually, of RIPORT on patenUbllltT. passed until It has developed into what of Justice by an array of counsel of nil cenU InRAMK RKFCMNOia. book hundred corporations m The railroad companies, rpa'.izfi etampe for inr&loable u crying shame and from than four ; Beiul 3 correct standard and la kecpl.ig Ltscd. only seven have protested In 41m lil.icynlfii.lo nt thla flfrlll ntnl HHY tho importance ot h!(.h iollef must ome. rh one will per. How to get a partner, among those ' ,ous t0 w,n QUt( nQt alone trom a fln(l. with the greatness and the courts, rnd these arc Mat law and oilier rateable lalonnattoa. Involve, not only Too long, altcgother tco long, has l'!'1 Cial 'standpoint, but to prevent the these cases, which but millions upin Info $1,205,785 this year, been unjii3t discrimination thai Icuiit. Here D. . ;alnst the people, unjust and burden-- . the Him last twelve years the State, Breat public denouncement orthat Is millions In years to como. and If the In PATIHT kaWTIRIf boull(J t0 come , tho wako a vjc.( assessments nro upheld, mean to this upon the people, as tine taxation L303 Seveath St., Wahlagton, D. C. and titles have been robbed. tory for tUe st;Ue afe caiing up tho generation and generations yet unborn snpared with what has been required counties word robLed is the only word wonjcrful array ot iega talent tj Lo pJd ty tho big corporations of mid tlie tho case, of more than ten rail- - at ,belr com,uaa through the that b In Kentucky, lerser tax to pay. and to power Corporation lawyers have that llts ' iur ft.Ue. : uii3ti!ii;ly death of William lion dollars in taxes. 1902 to 1911, In- - anJ innuenco that comes of the trethe In the yens from melld0us amount of money represented ccrpcra--.0113- . ' rebel v.i'3 a benefit to tha a peiicd cf ten years, thero , their combined capitalization of If tnl.1 was uue. tho quisstica e'uJve. keen an average Increase In tbe p,.oxlmately ouo million dollars. how mm'.i linger shall tho eop!o .1( frannhian oBBCSsments of the four lur.i; h.'Ul In lcuui.gd lecauco cf his i? Master Legal Minds. est rai.rcails cf the Stato of only Hi un- I tr rent yearly, and tlil3 almost (led knows tho corporation:! now Anions the master Icnal minds that "Try Cardul," writes Mrs. Z. V. Spell, of Hayne, N. C pre-ui.ilas thu Ttitti' lrno teen able to ucd " I was In a very low slate of health, and was not able to land ll:o wcrd jrccuro I nmunlty Icdb cnoush trom be up and tend to my duties. I did try Cardul, and soon i .:vlEf &:y) H'1"018 e'"" Ra,lroa(1 Company; j. litis thilr Ji'tt tliaie cf the taxes. rMCi8 cr the began to feel better. I got able to be up and help do my tod o he A hu.it : : il tall.ion dollar Increase housework. I continued to take the medicine, and now I li th? va.uo if ccrporatloneraproperty menu Is aatouixling, but when ono ex- , In tham able to do my housework and to care for my children, a usw Company; John t. oiiei' . i. fr.i'tii r.tn3 .i .i ?. .I,- ,- .nn..,nn-- li... cine t t. las tifiMts. anil has nwuKtnea uh; and I feel as thouch I could never praise Cardul enough tcplf, vml i):tiv.ht them to a icall.a- for the benefits I have received." t has been t'ene to theai, i 'i of tl pro will Le n farther awaken-ii!iwill couect abusHi equally uy vishv,lk. taxation, A tru quale and must oh hero suppianieu llu L.oulvJllo . ; ;.itft in i.uqual to state more ) the wtrd , hin!"i; ff Hie pecplo has come, i (d hvivoliiih vvcry man who wcuhl i presents. cctu-l- lj u & Cottk. f clnclnuat, f0r tht d ofliro nuii!t l e u progrcrslve, ana mcni Plctuie IIibui; they i Bouth Covlniiton L Cincinnati Stret unrk is Deiaved a Decade. iv i.Mtatku lUU sraisfy Company asldo and Into oblivion and the TJuloi Cardul Is successful, because It Is made especially for ITw'li ntiy man who hesitates as Toko Uio case of tho C. n O. It. U.,' Hallway eat cr Lj;ht I'd diuff nd ower Coropany: Mas women, and acts specifically on the womanly constitution. iT.d the i wcrds iliow that the UiiKlble Uam8(jy & araydon, of Clnclnnat fiim st: iitl iii tho way of betu-nnorCardul docs one thing, and does it well. That explain! rty cf this company In (jr Uie A(ums KxpTW Company nut oi ecw ltd as mid lmpioveniuiit In evthe great success which it has had, during the past 50 years, twenty years uro. was assessed at for tho aouthern Exprcts "Company. ery W8 fir lha whclu people. in helping thousands of weak and ailing women back to 8,019.577. In 19U notwithstanding ,u addWon tQ Mb Ka,axy of le,,a Gross Undervaluation. mileage ol to,cm tU(J BU heaitn ana nappincss. fxtcnslcns made In corporations havo If you ate a woman, feel tired, dull, and are nervols, f.'n cm dtuhts. had William Gee- - road, double trucklus of a vast system, yagt &t who neve worter of b cross and irritable. It's because you need a tonic. Why not to live, that whlehl BoqiilrinB much now real estate and apPBar ln ,Uo llfwUW or to the court loi linen icrmlllcd try Cardul ? ' Cardul builds, strengthens, restores, and acts as done last nicnth by tho Hoard o probably mora thsn doubling the i roon aui lifsymf bB described a. Valuut'oii Hid Asessniciit would have' equipment cf cnslues and cars this- ruscarch lawveriT accountanU an in every way as a special, tonic remedy for women. Test "jo'i don ii'on' Ihan a decade ago, company's tannlblo property yas as- ,iatutlclans, whYwe a wlshty bu; it for yourself. Your druggist tells Cardui. Ask him. Uye eJemeutr tind.io il.'iy. Iiutead of Ihe large cor--; sesscd nt only f 0,270,270. cr W per tbe men who wll Adviiorv DeoL. Chittiaaol MtdieJa Co.. Cbattacoa. Tew. WrU. in- - Ladl tallfB lighting In tht? rouris aim cent less tlrui In 192, twenty year. make tbe pk-a- , ,ho iecSticiaHMtntcMM. aiUm beek. "its Tnsfsat tor Woaaa." SMr2(fc j I rihtds. cndoavorlnK ic "J10- - . and niRiimentajat . ua;'..tt prlco of C. & O.j wllbcut ,irtUug one lota from ... .T't tit' " 1 , My Interest In the work Just comis, dif- pleted by the board was.-an- d Farm Drain Tile terests y poi-sibl- ng r River Brick Tile Vmil-llU- U V. I , n ( I Scientific Jimerkam T- I and-actl- on ralentpnot-lcendoilTel- r. i y I i SWIFT k CO. s;-!- ap-ba- a My Doctor Said o 1 - ( r ,,,,',, 1 i.-.- l h - -- URDU TAKE Th I Woman'sTonic . cd