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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): November 14, 1912 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1912 cla1912111401_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 14, 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 CLAY rCIT - rl JjlVX ,1. B. 81. oo a Year la Advance. ' ' ,. We arc here lo help Clay City, fie SarronnJiog Country and Ourselves. Burgher, Publisher. VOL. XVII. Bird Law Fxpires. Tlio CLAY OITY, KY., THUKSDAY, More Work and Less Talk. NOVEMBER J 4, J 91 2. NO. 40 where from the mouth of Sandy to Mill' Point. Keally, we ought ut do less talking and more building. This thing of holding good road conventions will shortly debe fined. The law is a good one velop into a farce unless we do and all should join in its enforce- something to bring about some ment. It is a protection for substantial results, Lei's shoot sportsmen, the land owner and or give up the gun. the birds. The only one that can " Arbor Day. object is the irresponsible perWednesday was Arbor day but sons who over indulge in hunting in the winter for the profit of if it were very religiously observed in this county we failed to selling the gume. learn of it. The only shortage of Wets Win in Contest. trees in Powell county is fruit The,contest board of Montgom- trees. There should be more ery county composed of Magis- orchards in the county and what trates 0. G. Thomson, John C. are here should be improved by "Trunble aud County Clerk Kellar more and better trees, and betGreen, decided the conntest case ter care taken of them. Four over the local option election acres in fruit trees well selected in that county-iSeptember in and well cared for is a better favor of the wets, setting the livinir than the average farmer -c aside. At the election is making on the aerage four the drys won b'y 902 majority. hundred acres i.f upland in the Greene refused to sign the ma- county. We hope our readers jority opinion. The case will be will give this question some appealed;.. . . and decide to put mitainother orchard this fall The' Democratic majority in Powell couuty has 'reached 240. and J. I K. L Shimfessel Good for old Powell. Ware drove to town Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Wm, Mountz, Sr. several hundred turkeys that visited relatives at frvine last they had bought up over the week. county at a good price. n u - bird law expires tomorrow when it will bo lawful to kill quail, rabbits with aura ml eh. It. will be hard for sonic to come under the new law, but as the penalty is so heavy for violating it it will have great eil'ect. you must hnve license to hunt if you go on any lands other than your own or your neighbors farm or land that you may have leased or rented. Then you must have a written permis-siofrom such land owners and have it in your pocket or you can contemporary very truthfully says that when it comes to talking good roads', Kentucky can hold her own in any company, "but when it comes to building theiii there is another story to tell." This is only too tine. If oratory would build roads, then we should havenolack A of first-clas- s thorouhg-fare- s any- Greatest Corn Crop. How About Powell. The greatest.corn crop in the Hard ill county has shipped nation's history is reported by sheep to the Louisville marthe Department, of .Agriculture of ket this year, representing an the United States. The yield of aggregate of some $00,000, and the various states is also given has about $70,000 worth of sheep Kentucky is accredited left wherewith to produce next out. with an average yield of 0.4 year's crop. Evidently there will bushels per ncre.which is greater be plenty of spring lunibs in than any of her" sister Southern Hardin county if the dogs will states. The next nearest state only permit the sheep to carry being Tennesseev liich has a yield on there domestic affairs withof 20 bushels. Virginia comes out molestation. Hardin county next with a yield of 2i bushels, is well adapted to sheep raising Texas next withal bushels, then ami her farmers are to be congrat Oklahoma with'. IS. 7, or more ulated on knowing a good thing d than f less than Ken when they see it. There are some tucky. This is the government's other counties in Kentucky which report and not'ouis. Still there are quiet as well. adapted to the are thousands leaving Kentucky industry, but have very few-every year and moving to states sheep. Possibly they prefer to where crops are much less than raise dogs. State Journal. one-thir- 18,-00- 0 A Genuine A Winter Waerer. A heavy shoe with h reliable sole keep the feet oil" the ground and guards the health. We have them in all leathers, tie.st Myles and finish. in -- Kentucky Oharles f? Our New Judge. " , . . We are showing" an Elegant Line of RALL AND WINTER GOODS t Including C. Tinner, of Mt. Sterling, whof-- wuj elected judge of the c6nrt of Appeals last week to' fiHbt the reniander of Judge Ed. CiO'llear's unexpired term, is afson of the late Thomas Turner$;ho was in Con gress for 6everaiterms from this list.net back in' the seventies. He is a cousinliy marriage of Judg-e- James 'H. Hugelrigg a former Appe'jftfte Judge and their appication. served a two. year term as Reporter of thej$urt of Appeals One hundred aud eighteen some iifteeiijwb'iirs ago. Since Kentucky postolfioes are inulud-e- d that time heftia8heeu practicing in. the patronage wlucli will law in Mt. Sterling. belong to the new administration. dood Profits on Cattle. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. John W.Hall & Son, of Georgetown, Ky., sold forty vearling Services 2nd and 4th Sabbaths of Hereford steers on' the Chicago each month. market last week for $9 50 per Prayer Meetings, Wednesday evenings. hundred. Thep Javeraged 888 pounds and therefore brought Chas. E. Mann, Pastor. him $84 JJO per head or the forty They brought him $2,885 00. cost him last fall", .six cents per pound aud weighed 412 pounds making an average price of "' $24 72 per he id.' This is a profit of $50 04 per head or a total profit on the forty of $2,885 00. , Pretty good money on a bunch of calves. , First Batch of Pcusions. The first batch of Confederate pensions approved by the Pension Hoard consists of those who are neiieved to lie in the most need of relief. These were selected Pension Agent, V J. Stone and taken up by the board alphabetically. The board will continue its sessions until all the pensions arc passed. About 010 of this select list will be disposed of lirst and then the others will be taken up in the order of Gunrietal, Patent Leather, Tans, and Button for Men and MNsex and Children You are invited at popular prie'" to call and see them and get our prices before yoa buy. in La i'H IJiy, Ladies. Mrs. J. W. Williams, Clay City, Ky. WALDRON k JOHNSON, g 1 B fe hJ I ii B S II tes B Waltersville, Ky. Cloaks and Wraps &SSH Ladies'" Suits, Millinery, and etc. MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING "i In affirming the 'case of the Illinois Central Railroad. Company VK' tltS; River and Rail Coal and CokCCynipa'ny, the Court of that, a railroad is able in damages ' for failure to furnish ears for shipping after reusoualTletiotice, Unless there is a strike 6ri$lie railroad or there is such an siuiprecedented demand for cars, at one time that the road could nptuuticipaLe the increased demand. li- We carry a full line of General Merchandise and are selling . the-- goods to our large trade tliev " ' and they tell us are r p' . - - to fit you and your pocketbook. ' I Saving Money. You can do the same thing. 1 When you want any kind of Merchandise, think of SHIMFESSEL' S; .and give us the opportunity to please you as we have been doing for so many years past with satisfaction both to you and ourselves. Andy LedfortHvill have a sale i'eed"tind farming implements tlie"lst i list and move at ouco to tlfetaxm ho recently purchused in Lincoln county. For particulars of tlie sale see posters. iT ot-stoc- If you am., not alrnady one of our many pleased customers, come round ponio day and give our place a look through and let us prjee you some of our goods.They wlllopenyoureyestoan opportunity. Everything to Please theCustomer FURS Humuf mi wwi. JOHN WHITE AND HIDE8 WBatrWmhilga. Writ far rtn iht mm t Iwitothto S3 Mrs. CaswelijJrush died in this city Sunday.. after a lingering illness of tuberculosis. Ser vices at the hoSie Monday by BrorVManu and burial in the EatouT'graveyard. De- ceased is surviyxnl by a husband and live ohilUrtw;, 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" 400m returned last E. B. McUloi week from a si t visit to Texas. V They are having some trouble over in the new county' of, Mc Oreary. When the new county I'l'HMSIIEl' VKItr THURSDAY. was established Pine Knot was designated temporarily as the Subscription rates $1 a year, or three county seat and nil offices were years in advance $2. opened there. A vote was taken 1' E. THE TIMES. Trouble la New County. Five Judge from Burgher, Publisher. second-clas- s Entered as mall matter. Nov. 14, 1912. Thursday, CLUB RATES. For the convenience of our subscribers, we have arranged club rates with the following papers at pricee below mentioned : The Times and Courier-Journ- al " Cincinnati Enquirer 44 4 44 44 44 Louisville Herald 75 Home and Farm 1.00 It land Farmer " 90 American Farmer Southern Agriculturist 75 Here to stay. $1.00 1.10 90 Democrats. The Progressives, polled more votes than the Republicans, then why should they take a back seat in Kentucky. They made a much better fight than was expected with such limited time for the campaign anil such an incomplete organization ; but have shown strength in such numbers that it will not be necessary to invoke aid or petition to get on ballot and next year we expect to have an active, compact, ag gressive organization in every city and county in the Stita and go out to capture the various offices for which candidates are to be nominated and elected. It was futher stated that steps would be taken at an early date by the Progressive leaders in Kentucky to organize for next year's con test in various counties and get ready to wage an aggressive campaign. - The unexpected strength of the Progressive party in the State and nation has so stimulated the leaders of the new party in Kentucky that at a meeting in Lexington they made the announcement that the Progressive party would continue its fight alone the same lines laid down in its platform; passengers and goods. It is that it would give place to none, under the State railroad nor fuse with any other party or law. Its owners say that it is not organization in either State, paying. The discontinuance of county or city contests in the futhis road ture; that it would show no quar- the people means a heavy loss to and business interests ter to either Republicans or in that section. d In the election of Judge O. O. Tur.ier, of Mt. Sterling, to tho Appellate bench, it is nbt only n coincidental fact that tho last live living Judges of the Court of Appeals 'from this district camo from the'same county, the iu the county todetermiuc a per- Banie city, but also from the manent location for the county same voting'precinct of the city. capitol when by this vote Whit- Judge Turner's 'majority over ley city 'won over Pine Knot Kirk is 1,095. when upon County Court Clerk To.Flfkt HJsfi Prices. Joseph Myrick moved his office The L. & N; Railroad employto Whitley city. The county es stationed at Pa'riS are forming Judge who favored the relation a stock company to.be capitaliz of the county seat at Pine Knot ed purpose of at $10,000, for the ... ,T -hrfd Myrick arrested for con- n .B iurnisning inenecessiriea ni me tempt of court and placed in at lower figures. So far $7,500 jail. Myrick has brought suit has been subscribed for the com Judge Henry Jones for pany and it is possible that the $25,000 damages for this action undertaking will he established toward him. in a xhort time. Each employe will take say tlOO worth of stock Railroad Abandoned. and his credit wijl be good to The Licking Valley railroad, that amount. Upgn'his failure to which has been operated for uhv his lull within a fixed date years from Salt Lick, Bath coun- his stork will befaken up. ty, to Morgan county, will be 1 Flagged. TMM With Shirt. dismantled. The work will begin IVsring his shirt from his bm-shortly. The road is owned by an Ohio man flagged a train nud the Yale Lumber Company, an paved it from a wreek, but H T Indiana concern, and has been Alston, Raleigh, N. C , once preused mostly for the hauling of vented a wreck with Electric Bittimber form the company's prop, tern. ' I wait in a terrible plight erty, but lately has been hauling when I began to use them," h oh Precinct. SPOUT SPRING. Asa Todd visited relatives near Winchester this week. T. S. McKinney and Zeke Con-tie- r were business. in Irvine Monday on Sir. and Mrs. Moses McKinney visited relatives at Irvine a few days last week. The Rev. L. F. Mann will fill ... the stand at the Methodist church Sunday morning. Elder P. N. Taylor failed to be at the BapMst church to fill his appointment Sunday morning. There is more Catarrh in this eaction of the country than all other rtiseui-eput together, and until the Itiot few years was considered to he incurable. Fcr a great many year in.clnrH pronounced it a local dimtee hikI prescribed local remedies, and lv constantly failing to cure with local treatment, pronounced it ineuraMe. Science has prove ii catarrh to b. a constitution s al dlseaso and thorefore requires Hall's constitutional treatment. manufactured by Catarrh Cure, F. J. Cheney A Co., Toledo, Ohio, Is the only (onstitutirinnl cure on the market. It is taken internally in doses from 10 drops to a It acts directly on the blood and mucous surf aces of the system. They offer one hundred dollars for any case it fails to cure. Send for circulars and testiinon'nle. Address : F J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. Sold by Druggists, 75c. Take Hall's Family Pills for Vdv. constipation. J1vchmoho.K School for Teachers later Ufleafta. dial mnd Ltns 8 lata CefTailJ la til FuMI aft uki d Tw iSknt. n. rnnk TrmfcUT, OovrMi. alatsjM. w flaaaaal ana airirn unmi TtiUtoFretaAp. trail! Of buIMiBt. a -- Twa tBlmOct dor. cwfr " Hi" B1 ' A".7 I JOSJaa(rw,l4e.t.J 1 .gr'JSS? Btoi. with Vr. writes. ,4inv stomach, head, bite' and kidneys were all badly affected and my liver was ichad condition, out four bottlesof Electric Bitters made me feel like a new man," A trial will convince you of their matchless merit' for any stoma"!', liver or kidney trouble. Price 50 Mller cents at all dealers. As Friend To Friend Ask any lady about the making tf clothes. She'll tell you the advantage of having them well made. She'll tell you, if she knows, that our Ladies' garments are the most penect-l- y tailored of any in the city. 3T Your Bank Mvk Be both willing and able at all times to extend you such accommodations as your business justifies; -- Ask the experience of your friends who havevcarried their accounts with the CLAY CITY NATION- AL BANK during the past twenty-thre- e years. Clay City National Bank, CLAY CITY, KENTUCKY. They Have Fashion and Neatness. See us for your wants in Ready-to-WeSkirts, Tailored Suits, Cloaks, Rain ar Gov. McCreary has issued the usual Thanksgiving proclamation tor Thursday, November 28. This is one year that the people have really something to bo thankful for. Such bountiful crops were never before heard of in this country and every item of busi- nose is all aglow in prosperity. PUBLIC NOTICE. We take this method of further extending an invitation to tup-plie- . Coats, Millineiy,DressGoodsTSilks,and a full line of Ladies' Furnishings. the buying public to come to our store and get weir customers in this vicinity wkh what they need saving of money. . s. For several week we have been supplying' many at-,a great MRS. J. W. WILLIAMS, CLAY CITY, KENTUCKY. Had the Kepublicuus of Powell utniuty all have known how pop ular leddy and his oartv were. t nihiiy more would have jumped into the bnnd wagon than what did. Teddy did iu sixty days what mix Now that we are stated, we want to further. Our one great is extend our trade s appeal for your trade Low Prices on what you must have , USES million Democrats have been trying to do for sixty years, de mniibhed tho Republican party. Great man indeed is he, to eat and wear. our price We are you going to give you. mvv rh 11 VI u y HILLS FLOTJR IT RISES AWAYABOVE all other brands of flour with the housewife who loves good homemade bread when she uses thu l'KAKIi Hour. Its uniform quality and excellence never disappoint her. It is the best all around flour on the market and givesyonrhrei.il thai teuiptitig and delicious flavor on four ftaple articles to just show you how we can save money: Strcinliats didn't get the votes they expected and claimed they would uet. Their demands are wholly unfair and impractical. Beit Patent Flour Made, Granulated Sugar, -- Teddy says the Progressive party i here to stay. Wo can stand the partv better than we can it's creator. Well the country hasn't gone t the Lad yet anil Wilson has 1 1 Meat and Lard, Lard in 50 pound cans, $3.10 per cwt. 6 cts. per lb. " !" " 13( - $5.75. Everything in These are only fair samples of other prices. the house is sold at the same low price. Give us a, ins). that always delights g(Ml the 'over of you use H. O. CRABTRfiE & COMPANY. Made bread when VKMlh Hour. the . i. v it.t'H'ii. by J. ANDREW CAIN, Versailles, Ky. ; The Hew W. N. Tracy haslieeii fit the niving illilpfintod temperance case of B.rftithitt comity vs. &,.Coii)piiny,,dQculed tfiut n lectures at- the Motliodisi church tliM vveol;.. The lectures arc line county hns'no right tpcqHect.t(H and the attendance has been HOME-MAno:niore than it has l'APER.: a right tp .engage in the ineroan-tilgood. v business. Brt'athitt- countv comThe . insuiane NOV. 14, 1018. THURSDAY, has been cpHect.i."g toll,. on tlje panies lm'nir. business in for last year received $8,578,-45"- ) brjdge of iyears.. j. , , AK) in iiremiums and paid out LOCAL BKKVITIES. but lljyjSAm 78 in losses. It - Only A Fire Hero Circuit court will convene ,ut seems th;it there should. bo some but the erdtvil1 'cheered as, with remedy for such excessive rates. huVned'hand'sJ 'h'4 holdStdittoivMoiKlay- morning. THE ' jijr: ia-- i .hu' 4ii I Ham-inqnd ' - 1 DE omn-bridg- e - ift.v-oli- e Ken-tnck- y 'fJenend on her General health and freedom from DfllW. Many n wo .tmi iimks old before her time because' 61 those irregularities which are essentially feminine. Starting irom early, womanhooj, ihc suuers from frequently recurring deryiigemcnti that upset her. womanly health. II she be beautiful she grows into tlmt mellow age without 'wrinkles arid crowtcct about the eyes' or the blue circle underneath. ..It is invariably the rule thnt sttch women suffer little, or not at all, front womanly e derangements which sap the health and leavcj in the face the tcry of pnin arid sofferfng. Dr.R.'V. Plc'rce,the famous specialist in the diseases of women, found a prescription jn his early practice that soothed the organism peculiar to womanhood oiled the machinery, as it were, of the human system and helped the woman d ' to pass those painful periods that nnd aged her face. This remedy became n Dr. fierce s l avonte i'rescription, that has ,,tlio tell-talscar-lim-wclI-I:now- 'IEK7 -- - - u. .A Card of Thanks. Misses Mary iiiiil Blaiielu' We wish to;extend. our Sincere of Onrt'er county, are vis. thanks to the people in and MeOlone. itiriK Mrs. E. Clay. City .for their kind-ncs- s ,'Mr. ttnd Mrs.. James JBougl?, tp us during the sickness of Bourbon county nre Visiting and death of our little boy. We relniivtJs on HarrJwicVs. erite'k also thank Dr. Martin for doing wjiat he could for him. Mr. and Mrs.. David R. Rose. f)WfliV4jd Qti'drtte'riy1, meattng Mc-(ilon- e, ronnd box. ed, -- "fellows'!" 'he' shout atnall vrr "this BHckleii's Arnica Salve I hold, hfl8', 'eVefylldng 'tieat" for burns." Right! alsdifor tioils, til- cets, sores, pimples, eczema, cuts, grains, bruises. .Surest pile cure. It subdues inflammation, kills pain. Only 2oc at all dealers. Adv. benefited thousands of'womcn and saved them from misery and suffering nt different periods in life. Mrs. Xrv.r.-- t K. rinilrr, ot ZIS Hrl3lit Street. Snrr.Ia, Ont.. wrllfs : 1 am row 1, well vromnn afti-for thit-and clnctnrlnti: iliirei- with vt ml ilifri.rentdittut'. tilth enj R.vlntr H v.nfi cnt, nnd thu Inst one, iifterqiutlinic mo t)xu:;u a lr.orccBh snl.l I was sulTorlnu fm.n a h. In i'mr. wculJ luiult Li rancer, tr.l pill 1 would not llvurwre tlrai tY' yens If not oit- o but vxijH rot atoil upon rlshtcwav. 1 consent bi tho operation cs I wn-- i touwettk nnl bN.iiitich ofr.i.d. l.ut nt s muiiiinvii. Rnn Mat, mrmicn tho nnvn-- or a ri :on.i, i tricj ur. ' I Imrr.dH.'.U'.v after usinir t'vo LoI'Jgs of thu Tnvorltu Vy , felt a.ehnngi'. I rlo U4.il two boxtk ut Hvallnx Suppoaituilm' bm! V. lu1itlixc9 of Jtlon ToMcl'and can safrl pralf ! tba nane cf IJr. n, linpi-!-sl- . ntfHllrlnp-- I'irce a i VttS. Picbce. they hava malicincs t all who u!Icr from any lemul ilivcatf, ii-- these are nil thv ftra claimed to bo. and 1 hciifl ttl helo Dthsri tit. htlin-- J mc." (9) with &3 'Mof iimim cHiirch- - cd jby,,protracted yjcnv ;jn " 'ret-iden- Liiriion 'toferemarraedjtf 'the df.t he groom in this.couu-ty- , Tuesday, Nov. 11, Elder B.S. Burgher ofliciati'nji. To pay an election bet a Mays-villman rolled a peanut over .the streets of that city with a mile. He bet toqthpick Tuft would carry Ohio.. that otve-lfu- lf d e flioV Cuff is' ' hhi Mrs.' Ti Idy sop of The little two year-olMr. and Mrs. Pat Smith died in tiis city Tuesday night of stum-ueand bowel trouble. ( Burial today on Hardwick's Creek. li ; West Virginia capitalists have bought 23,000 acres of valuable coul and timber land in Jackson county and will build a railroad from Heidelberg on the L. and, A. into that county. This will be the first ''Vailrdad' for Jackson Porto Rico'5 New Wonder. s Fi'-far away Porto Rico of a wntiHcrfiil new that is I elieverl will vastly benefit the people. Ramon T. Marcli'i , ii liaiceloneta, wiites 'Dr. Kinii'- - N w Discovery is g Shrubs, Asparagus, Rhubarb, Peonies Rose's, Phlox, etc. did work liero. It cured nie iiliimt Ave times of terrinle NO AGENTS ;nutrti- - ami eolilc. hIso my brother OROWERS OF .WHAT WE SELL. in'fiiV. ohes-- t and of a NfV'r. FREE CATALOG used it on niori nth. ' . We hope "this great H. F. HiHenmeyer& my Sons, I mod old in every et b Lexington, Ky. druj t in Porto Rico." For I thro it i'i; troubles it has no ml will convince you riillikan Business Schojl, eqiui". -,v.LEXINUTON, KY. "1.00. Tri-i- i of iiv . ' -uiranteed by all dealer-- . Adv. BOOKKEEPINO, SHORTHAND, TYPEWRITINQ. conn-reportdo-in- - TREES! When in Need of Fruit and Ornamental Builder's Hardware, Cabinet Mantles, Grates, Tiles, Cooking or Heating Go to or Write Stoves, Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, This school has turned out bun Will lie i.iifto any portion lawing any kind n imiii or nc lie if Jhipp's (Juick .dreds of men qnd women, who Itcliet Li' iiient fails In nivo instant reare successes.') make , lief and tt'e piirelinsi riee is not rea success' of you. 5Uc. At All funded Tr it uud s" , It,-wil- $ 00 Reward! 1 .1 l Winche&er, - Ky. Drupgi r couutv. The drouth which ,has prevailed for- bp vera weeks was thoroughly broken ye sterday, morn-inIt has beeti too dry for small graiu ukmIo well. .Corn husking has progressed very rap- .wo,nfciw iiMBiiMMaaiBBBiaHaiJ Write for Catalogue. iSHIPP'S QUICK- RELIEF LINIMENT. This Is I g idly, and farmers are otherwise well up with their work. 'A Oreat' Building fans I when uk fiiui.tlutiim is undermined and if ,ihe foundation of Jie'iltli-r-goo- d dilution is attacked, quick collapse filling. On(te fimtiiigira of iudiuestio'ii, Dr. king's New Life Pi Hh"'shottlU)e 'taken the stomach and regulate liver, kidney atid bt'iVvels: PJuasanr, easy safe, and only 25c at all dealers e Best Styles for Dressy Men in relieving pain I lmve ever tist'd. Capt. iiiderbon Jorry, Lexingtun, Ky, r I used tills linin'ient and thu pnin nnd soreness disappeared Jike manic T. Ballenger, Lexington, Ky. Jailer For reJievinc uches nnd imiiis this I iniment beats.any thine I. e ver fuw. J . 11. Letton, Lexington. Ky. It is the only remedy I have found tjiat litis given nc. u'jiyxelicf since I wo iiaruiizeu lour years ago .Mrs. biisim Welborn, Kewburg, Ind. If it fails to relieve "nv imin in nnv part of the body in fifteen minutes, usk for your money back ' SOLD BY ALL LEADING It is the liniment the people arej turning acoui. the most wonderful remedy for Fall and Winter Goods. ESS Hardwick Onr Fall nnd Winter Goods are in. & Co. Wh cordiully invito in- pit.uqm.8TS. Adv. Applicants Numerous. .- Applicants for postoiliue in- the . ... . Rain- - Coats. various, cities are thick as ucuf. so fd ?sp6Uk.4 'Therp 'iir6 ihany more deserving Democrats than Tl.e odds Ami u'hdf tliich give eletliere are oiliois. The1 Time's this but we hope to see the gance to i he pi en r ii nee. The ollices grow less instead of great-er.af- weal needfule which will make the m i. Suits, Over Coats. .oapitAu stock1.' ioo.ooo you to call nnd wi' them. We will make it to your SUBl'LUH AN D' UN DIVIDED PKOFWS. 200.000 3 TUB terest to do your dealing with uy, liy giving you more for your money than you tan gtt elttw lure. And besides, think we have emy; thing yon want. We cim not mention here everything tlmt we handle, hut want to cull your attention to the following lines, tint t get Sehail'ner and Marx Clothing for we lire WINCHESTER xSANK. OK 'WXNOH8TBR, has been " tho-ctutoi- of- - .the wan'BhowliU-quttlity- . Ky. Jpublican party before lis. COLLAKS CUFFS SHIRTS jfitamlurd gonls, sjir.e to fit. anxiuis for you Jo with. Hart, .Men, 'N.ItOl.I.V WlTUHKSl'OON, l'KKH, Stop that AcHe! body Any actio or pain in any part (it the ,cn be relluved with. Shlpp's ll)0ruivtml Jf quick IlelJuf Lliiiinuut. it falls and tin' nuroliinw price is nut Cash IKK. 5; also Huert brand TIES rufnnded. Try it and see. J)rnKKits. MXj At Alt GLOVES HOSIERY SUSPENDERS to suit theery'partIoulnr. YOUR AOCOTXNT ROL.101TI2D "Queen Quality" and "Bobton Fnvoiito" Slioes rnr len, "Astoi" Slioes fur Women. "Wulk-Qver- " Clothing. brund lints for Men and jloyn. .See our' gnOtlg and get our ,rieo when in need 'of Women's, .Mjrses'jiud Chil- dren's reudy.tO'Wear Hutf, ContH, Uiiineouts and etc., und-etc- Dr. M. B. WHITE, VETERINARY SURGEON.1 ....UraJuaU ul Men's Ha in coats, Hunting Coats, leather and nibbeil'oot Wear, Stnjdo and Dress Cans, Trousers;, In fact 6tio tb..., Lingshlre V. S.CoitoKe; England 1869. FLEMINOSUURO.'kv'. ' 1 us for any thin you eave nml, und Jet you t tis ' "J J.W.WILLIAMS CLAY .StabloJu Clay City for about una now be een at Kntoa's Llvory 2 months wlit'ro I will 00 iilile totreutall kind of tfakneM of Horned, Cattle, Sheep, lluj,'s nnd Doj, All exapiinutions and conaultu-tion- s free' Call and sec hie. We tell vou how. ani oivbett market mic uviKuniiiuiutiinj firivvs. we can do.lUt VXUK. for you show you that wo cun nioiioy. Gilt,' 'KY. than agent or cotamtuloi iiier. cbanH. Reiereiicny tu uklnLou- - iOTlll.lrriicIrifiVW VMHn M .price llt. rum, HUH, UNI. Hardwick & Co., Stanton. WOMAN IS TO BE THE DR. ANNA DIRECTS LOUI8E STRONG, EXPERIENCED WORKER, TO HAVE CHARGE OF EXHIBIT. TO PORTRAY CONDITIONS Many Deaths Among Kentucky Children Could be Prevented This will be an Important Subject prevention ot a.u' Numerous photogra,. blindness. and charts have been collected niouf this lino. Moral Life. Tho larger part now taken by (hi church in the child's weekday a ti e monts makes religion more real to him than It was to his grandfather and grandmothers In they boyhood and girlhood days. Under this heading the Institutional church will show what they aro doing for the reclamation of the children, as well a for the reclamation of the young men and young women. There will be r. Sunday School room with modol classes going on at stated hours. The Y. M. C. the Y. W. C. , the Y. M. H. A. and the Girts' Friendly Society feoblo-mlndedhe- j . iii,-- , ot o tc 'n. ' . . ajvorkcrs, tho cost ot result Ijf theso wages adomen, the acci-s- i SWEET CLOVER A accidr:i.s 'upon tho child's life, icturcb an., stories - will show the harm dono a rhild by selling papers, messages and working indoors Homes. The ideal place for the child should be Its own home. This section will be one of the most attractive ot tho whole exhibit. Here apartment will be shown a three-roofurnlshod for a hundred dollars, a model playground with toys that are playable and durable and games and home occupations for children, practical outfits ot children's clothes made A of materials that will wear p id . Before the Conference. The scope of tho Kentucky Child Welfare Conference and Exhibit at Is limited Louisville, November only by the conditions surrounding child 'life. Or. Anna Louiso Strong, a young woman In her early twenties, is tho Director of the Exhibit. Dr. Strong is a Ph. D. from the University of Chicago and has directed the Child Welfare Exhibits in New York, Chicago, Kansas City and Montreal and U the most notable figure in America in this work. Under her supervision nearly $100,000 was spent In prcpar-'r.for the New York exhibit. The ;reut bulk of this money was spent in (ocuriiiK views and screens of child 'ife in tho school, in Its home, whether 'n tenements or pNlaces, in settlement nnd educational movements, recreation xreunds and Industrial conditions, a veil as to show its moral and religious life and to show tho operation of phi21-3- 0 g - 9 3H $ntfti1ltfflumsand ' uiwtou!csrfajtitf tatlv ythe Ottms HtAi, tncsli Vttm. S3on tianftftTti rxt'tDiipfv. Sflfrrc wUC gH rKi finish BeSme."' Bl lcnthrcplc movements and the man rr.enicnt cf philanthropic homes. To ti i invaluable collections of screens added about $50,000 worth ot sens prepared for the Chicago Child elfare Lxhlbit and subsequently vnl uable additions were made on account cf the Kansas Cltynnd Montreal ex hiblts. All the screens used In tin previous exhibits, as well as hundreds ot views of Louisville and Kentucky conditions, will be shown at the Ken tucky Exhibit and Conference thit month. The officers of the exhibit, who Have given generously of their time, money and energy to further the enterprise for the sake of the Kentucky boy and' girl, have endeavored to enlist the ac ot philanthropic tive workers throughout Kentucky, but ow ing to the newness of tho venture have met without a great deal ot sue cess. However, they have secured re duced railroad rates Into Louisville for the occasion and Mrs. Morris B. Belknap, president of the association and chief worker in preparing for th Louisville Exhibit, expresses tho hope (hat every county and community ic Kentucky will be largely represented. Miss Adele Brandies, a notable settlement worker of Louisville, Is tht assistant director ot the Louisville exhibit. Health. Then Kentucky officers have com piled statistics showing that a large number of deaths among children cat be prevented by proper feeding and care, as well as showing the startllnj fact that one child died for every tout that are born. In the health exhibit will be shown a milk station, babies' hospital room dental clinic, pure food show, antl tuberculosis exhibit and a model dairy. This exhibit will be under the supervision of the Kentucky State Board ol Health, which Is with the officers ot the Kentucky Child Welfare Association to Its fullest extent In an tic. '.iv v tu i".Mtilt the cause am III have photographs and charts d'sjlay of wholesome food will be on howlng how they are combining housgood and physical and mental training. vi nw. Feature otLouisville bad form will ing conditions In a striking feature" of this section. Schools. Philanthropy. Boys and girls learn more quickly hen education Is varied to meet their A dependent child is one who by .dividual needs and capacities. One poverty, the illness- or death ot . tho largest exhibits will be that of parents, or bad home'surroundlngs Is to Louisville public schools, com-ose- deprived of a fair chance in life. Phiof photographs, charts and class lanthropy consists largely in caring for Liiis, wheretho parents may see tho this child. hlldren actively engaged in kinder-rtc- n Striking drawings, photographs and and primary and other grade statements will showhdw this child Is ork, as well as domestic science, supported In its own home, placed In .living, music, manual training, and another homo or cared for In an Instiher modern school room activities, tution. This section "will also touch on hctographs of schools in other cl-- tho work with deaf, and dumb and with charts giving facts as to crippled children and those unfor-t'T-ntjst, equipment and organization, w!'l In other waya. icalc some of the lines along wh'ch 3 Louisville schools hope to develop, rcom will' be devoted to an Exhll'lt CHILDREN ' the Wider Uso of tho School Plant, udlng Bcclal Centers, Schcol Gar-u-s Choruses ot school children, folk and Vacation Schools and Parent-oachers- ' dancing and gymnastic exhibitions, kindergarten andfblk'-gamcs- , Associations, drills 'lhe Kentucky School for tho Blind and athletic contests by the Boy H make an exhibit of iij mteresti:c Scouts, Y. M. C. A.j ,Y. M. H. A., the .d Lr.pcrtunt work. Turners, and many, other organlza Mens, will take place In the Central Recreation. Court every afternofih and evening ex PJry tli.e can teach ehl'dr-fhow ta cert Sunday. Free moving pictures on Child Welfare will bo given afternil t.;t-thuniul to "tclo fair." A intdel Playground, fully equipped, noon and evening. On Friday evening and Saturday at ill open to tho children under the the Histori cf regular supervise! s. Photo-rjph- s tcrnocn, November antl cherts puowhiK what Louis-Hi- cal Pageant given in Central Park In Is furnishing the ch'lciicn in the May, 1911, will ay oi Jccreaticn, canjju seen here, Hie directors and managers of the have-beepreparing so some of the fuluie plan of the Louisville-Exhibi- t card of Park Commissioners. Strik-- g for their great task; since the National features cl' moving picture shows, Child Labor Association held Its an ance halts, nnd ether commercial mtal convention In Loulsvlllo last nnd! Insplra nusomcnts will form part of this January. tton aroused at.thatt-timaction. has been productive of aucoexcellent results Country Life and Sshols. that Dr. Strong unhesltatlngly' assertj Kentucky forests and that the Louisville Exhibit will be the farms. treams are wiiitins for the boy au.l mrst enjoyable :and successful In the rl who is learning to use thcni. history Of the1 entire movement, ane The diild In the country needs as has secured the services of 500 young .lne a schcol as the child in the city. Louisville girls who are studying their Conditions thut nffort child life lu the various parts and will' devote; their cuntry ns distinguished from the dry full time during of the o& vlll hore be mado clear. The valuable hibit. to explaining th various exhl essona country boys ami girls are bits nnd giving Information and guid earning from tho Corn and Tomato aauc to visitors. Jlubs will bo shown and ruml school j.nd houing conditions explained by' photographs and models. This Exhibit will be tho first ot its kind ever made in a Child Welfare Exhibit. The Child and the Law. The law is to protect, not to oppress, the child. Thl3 ecctipn w ill show tho work nnd d i, -j -r n o the-wee- k srent fertilizer, nnd a linrdr plant for liny antl KMmut) iinu-Your Wet Land Productive Will grow' in nny soil, Make en in n c'y plncfcH. Cnn he sown By the uro of drain tilo you cnr. ill spni g oHte, or sown alonu iti turn that low, wet, useless, swamlay for im itilmv.'nnti nown in with py field Into the most productive rn at the lust cultivation. Prices spot on your farm. Goodi tile. i need, uiid circular how to crow it properly placed, not only carries of! nt on surplus water, it admits air to tho lOKHARA SEED CO., Falmouth, Ky. soil und tunkeft itiasy. to work. It improve any soil. The inurenco in the vhIiio of tho land is muny OVCR 6R YEARS' time.-- the cost of thfi tilo. Tho first EXPCRIENCC year's crop from tiled land 'pay for it. Any body cnn do tho work successfully. Write for particulars or ci'll nt our plant. I farm Drain Tile DcaiQNB onlcklT urertaln liiTeiitlon It prol)l)lr linns iiiriciiycOTinawiua,. Anron itftdlnf entabte)-- ' Commnnlp. u rn--nairuDuy eecurlnu petenu. tent free. OldMt aiencr f or lnon Co. racaU l'ntootj taken tbronih tjwrtoi tuttce, without obarn. In tba , CoPT"'QHTa Ac. s Htlh and dttrrlntlon mtj our opinion fre whether an ' Red River Brick & Tile . Company, STANTON, - .KENTUCKY. Scientific JWierkat). Braocb OHIca. A tcmi f oar hnndioraelr UlUKtratKl weektr. Tjinreat S3 anr deniiuo lonrnal. 0 enni, a montfaa, U Bold bj all pawatJaalert. kiVBU Waiblogton. V.C. Lexington and Eastern Railway Company. WESTERN DIVISION. No. V. Daily P. M. 1:35 2:17 2:35 3:(Xi promptir oMAlnnl tn all eoostrte M NO THUSUIUI, .aryM N vvvjtU1 itki liUmd.. Hend gkwtli. Mofltl lor FRIE MPORT on itiMiitT. rutoitpnct- iMnclmlnlT. BANK RIPCRINCII. 8mt 2 rcnu In iUmp tat limliuble book on how, TO oaTAurand fiu. patiits. Whim one will ar.'Hovto partner, patent law and otlwr raloabla(rt'a lalomiatlon. m. East Bound Luxintiloii, AVinchesler. L, & K. Juiict. No. 4. Daily A M. D. SWIFT PATKNT LAWYERS, 303 Seventh St, Wtihlnatea, D. C. k GO. Ky. " ;20 8aT3 8:18 3:7 4:01 4:25 1:5-- City City. Cnnittton Junct'." " Tc runt. Many children at an early age and. frequently ' Not " 11:25 serious consequences result Ouii No. 3. being able to realize his own conNo. 1. Daily dition, a child's bowels should AVcfl Bound Dtiilv watched, and a gentle V. M. A. M. laxative given when necessary. 1 :'.'. Ky. Quit'ksand, Dr. MiIesT Laxative Tablets are 1:60 5:r5 Jauksnn. adapted to women O. & K. Junct. 1:'7 especially well The Sisters of 5:10 and children. 2 '22 Christian Charity, 5:35 At liol, 531 Charles. St., B'ttyvilleJuiirt 0:03 2:5r Luzerne, Pa., who attend many Torrent, 3:12 cases of sickness say of them: 0:23 Camnton Junct. 8:30 0:43 "Some time 00 we began uttruir Dr. Clay City, . 7:10 4:05 Miles' Laxative Tablets and find f. t 1 :37 L. it E. .timet. 7:51 Ilka them, very much. Winch'ei-ter4:50 we excellent and we are Their action ' grateful for Lex i lift ton, 6:35 la 8:50 baring been made acquainted with : them. We have had good result in EASTERN DIVISION every case and the Slaters are vary West bound much 'pleased." East bound No. 0. No. 10. The form and flavor of any 'mediDAILY cine is very important, no matter ' DAILY Ex. Sun. who is to take it. The taste and ' Ex. Sun. appearance are especially important , 11:60 u. m. Jackson, Ky. 12:40p.m. 12:12" " when children are concerned. All ' I2slUp.ni. Haddix, " 11:40a.m. parents know how hard if is to give ' " Whiek, 12:50-the average child "medicine," event 1:50" " Krypton, " 10:10" ' " 9:25" " though the taste is partially dis3:10" " Hazard, 0:00"" guised. In using Dr. Miles Lax- 6::i0" " Whitobiirg" ative Tablets, however, this diffi- , CONNECTIONS. culty is overcome. The shape of ' LexlnRton : Train No. 1 will mako con-- the tablets, their appearance "and ' candy-lik- e taste at once appeal toct ion willi the I.. N. nt Lexington for Louisville, Ky Train No.- 3 will any child, with the resultahat they are "taken without objection. N. nt Winmake connection with The rich chocolate flavor and chester for Cincinmvti, O' Campfon Junct. Trains Nos. 1,2, 8 and absence of other taste, make Dr. Miles' Laxative Tablets the ideal 4 will make connection with Mountain remedy 'for children. Central Ky. to nnd from Cainpton. If the first box fails to benefit Ileattyville Junct. Trains Nos. 1, 3 and Ask your.' 3 will mako connection with thoJ. A the , price is returned. druggist. A box of 25 doses costs A. Kuilway for Beattyville, Ky. only 25 cents. Never sold in bulk. , O. it K. Jnmsl. Trahw No. ailailjf and MILES MHDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind. N . 4 dully except Sun. will make-conncetion with the Ohio & Kentucky Uy. for Onnnoi Cltv antl O. & K. Rtations. r:10 5:2" " Athol. (). & K. Junct. " " Jaeknon, IcK.-mt- I'.'ltyvilleJunct." 0:27 0:44 10 Ol 10:30 10:57 850 Guard Your Children Against Bowel Trouble 11V become constipated, 85 , nt - - &tvifitmt!lfrrw ! WriM otyt V?l Be Happy! I --W.-VAC CIN AT ON I "ppH GREAT SCHOOL CONVENTION. In connection with the Kentucky Child Welfare Conference and Exhibit, 14. .Happy the girl, pt woman, who kas never suffered froa any of tlte diseases of womanhoodl Or, if she has been a sufferer, happy ( is she if she baa learned of the wonderful benefits of Card u I, he womari's'ibhlcl " 7 Cardans a' .gentle," tofijc remedy, for women's ailments. It is a.jjatural medjclne safe,, harmless, purely vegetable. It has been In successful use for rho'ri than 50 years. It has cured thousands.' It should do the .same for you. be , ftfcj f MSJ ' in PCUY THC tlC- - m. THt CJULD 't VU4wt- i- fatten,, ii n hold in Louisville: the Child Welfare Conference proper 4Will bo held No vernier 26th and the Exhibit will con . Th tlnuo until Novsalbef'-vJOth- . Southern Educational Association wl hold Its annual convention at Louli vlllo, beginning November 28th an coutlnulug three days. It Is oxpectc oaMm that nn. ttimiaan WmtfhAft-will attend this convention. Aln Charles L Weaver, of Louisville, hr taken advantage of.the.Souhern Ed citlonal Association, and of 'the ' Chi! Welfare Conference, .which will, bo I progress at that time, tooalLa convi cation of school Innrovrment worker the first ever held la the 'world. tiro other 'notable conventions vlll WomansTomc ' I in owl . xi, aiirtM the needs ot institutions established by law for the care of neglected, de pendent and delinquent children. It will .also present the laws now exist ing for the protection of children, with suggestions for .further legislation. Industrial Conditions. wages in a family and tho kind Tho of work done decide largely the chilli's manner of life. Figures end chartswlll give the A M . Mrs. Mary Nccjy, of Denver, Tenn., says, "I think there is no. tonic on earth, as good as Cardui. I used It with the very best results. I had backache and nearly everything a woman could. suffer with, until I took Cardui. Now, I feel belter than I have' for two years. 1 shall always recommend Cardui to other suffering women. I can't praise it too highly. ' "As a medicine for weak, tired, worn-owomen, Cardui is safe and reliable. Try H, today. ut I YTrHt Hi- - tatlct' 1,n ,SmU) htttructwnt, i&dyliorr tad Dept., CaUtaMO UWIcUt Co.. Clutlaasogt. Teaa. look, WoaKTittisuat W WMut," kMtlrtc J M inafi.yiii . .