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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): November 21, 1912 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1912 cla1912112101_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 21, 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 CITY TIMES. j Sl.00 a Year In Advance. Wan here to Help Clay City, the SurrounJing Country ani Ourselves. .1. R. Bunjkr. I'liMit-hri- . VOIi. XVII. CLAY OITY, I.. &. H. intended A special from THURSDAY, BCfWEN, NOVEMBER L'J." J OIL'. XO. 41 4 I- Circuit Court. to McRobert. VVM. 9t ft Wli'teshurs, Letcher county says: "At !5 o'clock Thurtday the steel gantr on the new extension of the Lexington & Eastern railroad from Jackson up the North Fork of the Kentucky river laid the last steel into Mcltoberts, the hustling, industrial city at the terminus of the road. For months the track layers have been rushing with all possible haste to reach Mcltoberts. With a full force of men and one of the latest improved track lavim: machines con siderable progress has been made and the hopes of fho olliciuls have, been even more than utilized as it was not expected that Mcltoberts would be reached before November 2o. The day for the celebration of the arrival of the first train into the industrial center was well ndvretised and as u result several hundred rutin-trIhild Burned to Death. folks came from the surroundchild of Mr. and The ing section besides the inhabiMrs. Andy Ledford, who reside in the lower part of the county, tants of the city were on hand to had its clothes to catch fire Mon- greet the iron horse. day afternoon, and before the Soft Drink's Establishment. flames could be extinguished had The Olerk's report to the Cirbeen so badly burned" that it died cuit Court Monday showed that Tuesday night. Burial Wednesthere had been since the last day at Powell's galley graveterm of court license issued for yard. nine soft drink establishments in this county. Soft drink estabOne Successful Newspaper Man. Proprie lishments, places where sotue- ty tiineaji Doreo'n so law-abidin- g Circuit court convened Monday with Judge Benton on t lie bench a nd Commonwealth's Attorney 11. A. Urn teller prosecuting. .1 udge Benton's charge to the grand jury was oneseverc arraignment of the violators of the local option laws existing in the county uud pistol carrying. The Judge will do his part as he has always done toward making Powell a county, and if the grand jurv will do ftspirt and the petit juries their part, the laws will be upheld and the guilty punished as they should ho. Every citizen of the county should have heard what Judge Kenton did say, and it is hoped that in the future there will bo more present, on the first day of future courts to hoar his able and instructive messages to the grand jury. JK.. KILLED AT FH.SON SUNDAY. Big Logging Job. Mr. II. (i. Crabtree, of Clay City, was in Winchester Monday f Win. Bowon, ,lr., former Sheriff of Powell county, .was shot and killed Sunday afternoon by H Miry Skiilinoro near Filson; Ileese Bowon, a brother of the dead man cime up and upon see ing that hisjbrother was shot inquired "who had shot Billy", but not waiting, for an answer shot Skid more A special train was ordered and Skidmove was taken to a Lexington hospital Sunday night where he is doing well, iioese Bowen came to Stanton ami gave nimseit up ami was locked up in jail to await the result of SkiJmore's wound. Bowen was shot twice, once in the thigh and once in the bowels. Skidmore claims it was accidenBoweii was not armed. tal. Skidmore Jjviis shot in one eye and the ball, came out in the top of his head.- Alvin Hon is said to be the only to the shooting, and he refuses to have much to srfy. about it. The only cause for the trouble , is said to be too much is said to ofrwhich there he an abdlnltiucu of in that sec eye-witne- and reported the beginning of logging work on tho eight million foot timber tract in Powell county. Mr. Crabtree is netting out the timber for M. C. Clay, of Mt. Sterlinir, who recently purchased this big piece of timber land, which is known as the Pavne tract. Tho land is situated on the North Fork of Bod river in Pow-el- l county and is one of the largest tracts in the mountains. Mr. Crabtree went fo Mt. Sterling nn the late train and will go on to look after the logging work. Winchester Sun. A Genuine A Winter Wearer, y Sent to the fen. Taylor Wiseman, an of Cutnpto'i, has been convicted in the Powell Circuit A heavy dioc with n reliable Court fnrpassins worthless checks tho feet oil" the ground nnti on merchants in thiscitv, and sent guards the health. Wo lmve them iu to the penitentiary for a term of all leathers, best styles! and hnih. from two to live vears. s With Representative Cantrill, a "member of the House Committee on Public Buildings, Ken-tuck- y is said, "moon-shine"- tion. y:Fall. U Boys, Ladies, Mioses and Childrei G. M. Conlee and family, of at popular prices. You are inviteu Montgomery county, visited rel- to call and see them and get our atives and in the countv prices before yoa buy. last week. districts are expecting, it to share sumptiiouslv in in Lace and Button for Men am (he "pork barrel" measures. QunHetal, Patent Leather, Tans, titnis (tome on Hard wick's ef is called Indian summer by1 creek, and sustained a slight dis- older citizens. liess. location of the shoulder, and also Union soldier, was still in rea Forest fires have been raging bruised both arms. Ho is doing PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. duced circumstances, left a gross in several pieces of woodland in well notwithstanding his advancServices Slid and lib Sabbath of estate, taxable in New York various p irts of the county for ed age of ninety-fou- r years. each month. State, of ?18,200,000. several days. Prayer Meeting', Wednesday evenIn the aboretum back of the ing". State Capitol .at Frankfort that Chas. E. Mann, Pastor. was planted last week in which every county in the State had a We are showing an Elegant Line of tree plan'ed to represent such county, Powell hud two yellow pines transplanted to represent the county. & ov the noefc him rtowti with urunuen- - night Mrs. J. W. Williams, Clay City, Ky. FALL AND WINTER WALDRON JOHNSON mm GOODS Including i Cloaks and Wraps to you and your pocketbook. IrdC In a suit Hied at Frankfort the Metropolitan Life Insurance Company prays an injunction against the State Insurance Commissioner to restrain him from prosecuting an investigation into lapsed-policrecords. y Waltersville, Ky. We carry a full line of General Merehnndi-u and Ladies' Suits, Millinery, and etc. MEN'S AND BOYS CLOTHING fit According to tho statement of a mutual friend and adviser of President-elec- t Wilson and William Jennings Bryan, the Ncbras-kawill bo olflered tho post of Secretary of Stuto and will ac- are selling tho goods to our large trade and they tell us they are cept. When you want any kind of Merchandise, think of Miss LucimluSnowden Saving Money. You can do the same and Mr. If jnn arp not our nuny pleased ciistomtrs, day and give our place a thin-j. SHIMFESSELS and give us the opportunity to please you as we have been doing for so many years pasl with satisfaction both to you and ourselves. (iardncr Nelson were married at Winchester Tuesday morninu by Judge Evans. It is the second venture of tho groom and the brido is seventeen years old. Woman's snllrage seems to be in favor and growing every day. already one of feme, round look through and let ns price you some of our goodVi'hey willopeiiyoureyestoan opportunity. Everything to Please theCustomer II M rvi. At the recent election the four states of .Mieliagan, Kansas, (lie-goand Arizona voted to extend equal rights to tho fair ec.n. n X. HM AND HIDE8 HMKST MA1UT TtKM rum m uw rw 1MHMI. Examination by specialists of students of Highland College, in Breathitt county, disclosed that IK) per cent, wore alllicted with the hookworm disease. Blackleg hi cattlo has b'rokon out iu some sectums of tho State. Send Us Your Orders over telephone, by .in CImj- nu!-eiige- r or otherwise and if you live JOHN WHITE & OOm Lrt&, iSSi City or near our store we will "deliver the good'' 3 Gov. Wilson is saying very lit f tle, hut he has his nxr to the News is scarce. ground, and is listening careful Mr. John Lyle was in Irvine ly to the pulse of the great AmerMonday. rUHLlSKKl" VKKV TlICltSDAY. ican heart. In other words he is " 't - r: Mips Julia Abner, of Wiseman-town- , earnestly seeking after informa Subceilpuon rates 81 a jwir or three tion and the wishes of the people is visiting at this place. years in advance $2. in rcsnril to the course he shall Miss Jessie Wierman enter' pursue when he enters the White tained several of her friends SatI!. ISurgher, l'ubllshcr. House. urday night. THE TIMES. Furnace - Entered aa second-clas- s mail mutter. I'liurday, Nov. 2L, 1913. CLUD RATES. For the convenience of scribers, we have arranged nth the following papers below mentioned : The Times and Courier-Jouri- "Daddy" Morrow, of Mt. It is said that elephants 'often Sterling, spent last week with attain to an age gaeater than 100 years, but we presume that this George Lylo. is not true of an elephant sub MisB Anna Broaddua, of Millour sub- jected to many and severe nerv er's creek, visited her sister, club rates ous shocks. Mrs R. 0. Newkirk Saturday at prices night and Sunday. 1 came home Saturday. Mrs. Mc al diseaso and therefore requires HbII'p Kinney also camo with her on a constitutional treatment. brief visit. manufactured by Catarrh Cure, A local of tho Farmer's Edu- - P. J. Cheney & Co., Toledd, Ohio, catioual and Generative Union is the only constitutional cure on was established at Vainrhn's the markci. It ia taken internally Mill, Wednesday, November 0th. in doses from 10 drops to a It acts directly on the Several of tho nrocressive farm- have taken an active Dart in blood and mucous surfaces of the ers system. They offer one hundred the work. dollars for any case it fads to cure. Bro. Mann, of Clay City, held Send for circulars and testimotrals. series of meetings at the Meth : odist churce from Sunday. No- - Address F J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. vember 01, to the 17th. Bro. Sold by Druggists, 75c. Munn ia u deep man and his ser Take Hull's Family Pills for mons were much enjoyed by the dv. constipation. people of Hardwick's creek. here in more Catarrh in this suction of the country than all oth er diseases put together, and until tin lant few years waf considered to be incurabit. Fcr a great many ar cni- - pronounced it a local disease and prescribed local remedies, and b constantly failing to curt with local treatment, it inouruMe. Science has priivvii catarrh tob'. a constitution I pro-Iioiiiic- I The young people of Cincinnati Knquirer Louisville Herald Creek enjoyed themselves Home and Farm nicelv at tho home of Mr. A. 1.00 " It land Kurmer Monday evening. 90 " . American Farmer A great many seem to have Bush's Sniithern Agriculturist 75 voted for Taft for Miss Nancy Bdsh who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Mary 'I he Parcels Post System, Mary McKinney, of Winchester, Thus the Outlook is able to which was established by an its coutribiitiua editor. Flagged Train With Shirt. Art of Congress of Aujiust 24. 1912, to be;:iii operation January rearing his shirt from his haek SPOUT SPRING. an Ohio man flagged a train and 1, 1910, lms awakened great Born, Saturday, Nov. 10th, to saved it from n wreck, but H T. all ovor tin country, in the rural districts und Mr. und Mrs. R. A. Kirby, a Alston, Raleigh, N. (5 , once pr vented a wreck with Eleetric Bit union: the numerous mail order daughter. ' 1 whs in a terrible p'igb countries have, houses. Other Olias- - and Tom Rupurd, of ter. fur Fonie years, enjojed the ben Clark county, spent Saturday when I began to nee the'm," b bl writes, "my stomaek h'-eiits i.t this cheap and convenient and Sunduy with Asa Barnett. method of delivery for small and kidneys were all badly anVeUd Mr. and Mrs. Moses McKinney my liver was in bad condition, pnekaties; and our Government gave a tacky party at their home and has also, for some years, had Saturday dui four bottles yf Electric Bitt night. A large mini t tent les with several foreign me feel like t new mm," A her of young folk were present countries bv which it aarees to and enjoyed trial will convince ou of theh occasion very deliver parcels sent in this man much. Miss the matchless merit for tiny eioniu'-- , Fannie Mize carried liver or kidnej trouble. Price f tier troni such countries to per off the prize. cents at all dealers sons in the United Stutes. There lo be no reason, therefore, up Hut. country should not put II tiie system into operation to the benefit of a large portion of its Hard-wick's ' The express companies com- pluin that the new lower rates 00 will cost them $811,000,00011 year. 10 This is very encouraging to the 90 "f rest of us. Vaughn's Mill. r. mmm USX T7. AIM School Iffor Teachers dirt to nhrrrttwr, Coarv -- fatrnnwIiaUanJ Mtj Put IVr. Y.U4 In all luMI llflcmtfs. HrvvrJ of Kentucky. School Conrwi. Our Tnltl-- and Fr-- RstIc o l Two Ibid r OMtoiMrm. Fourth Tma April Wwtli Term Science. . T, -t G CRABnB, Bar JJ"jT , In Tom '' H Pre-Me- k ut people. The scheme as yet, however, is Your Bank Muft . i)st.Q will probably become a permun em und valuable institution. Why is it, that a human life must de tuken every time a term of the Circuit Court is cenvened in i lus district? During the last term of court here Alatt Thomas killed Di la id Crow. On the first day of the last term at Richmond, lintel; Maupin killed James Kiiriis. On the Sunday thut fell between the first und second weeks of the Jessamine Court, a white man killed a negro ut High Bridge, in Jessamine county, and now on the first day of the first week of the present term in Powell the news comes that Win. r.owen, Jr., was shot und killed by Henry Skidmore, and that Reese Boweu, in turn, shot und I .. Be,bothiwiug,anl able at all times to eiUjad.ycu. . rj ' any la 'ci.'-'re- s; such accommodations as your business justifies.' Ask the experience of your friends who have carried their accounts with the CLAY CITY NATION- of navirie: them well made? ten vou, if she knows, AL BANK during the past twenty-thre- e years. garments Clay City National ui Bank, are the most perfect-l- v tailored of any in the city. CLAY CITY, KENTUCKY. They Jlav See us for your wants in Ready-to-WeSkins, Tailored Suits, Cloaks, Rain ar PUBL: We take plies. NOTICE. on invitation to sup- Coats, Millinery, Dress Goods, Silks, and -- a full line of Ladies' Furnishings. this method of further extending the buying public to come to our store and get their Killed Skidmore. some one explain why these fatulities come along with each term of court? How would h do for the juries t'o take ajhand in the killing business? Winchester Sun. Will will be tho first Sniithern Lady, to occupy position of the "First I.ndy of the Lund" since Mrs. Andrew Johnson held tlint honor from 18(15 to 1809. It is believed that Mrs. Wilson will provo to be u very churnniig hostess. Sho is very refined and of high culture, and these qualities hlul much to do with helping her lAisbund to win the high ollico of the President of the United ' Mrs. Wilson For several weeks wc have been supplying many Now that we are flatted, we want lo still further. cuitomers in this vicinity with what they need at a great saving of money. MRS. J. W. WILLIAMS, CLAY CITY, KENTUCKY. ii As Friend ro Friend ' abouti that our Ladies' Fashion and Neatness. extend our trade Our one great appeal for your trade is Low Prices on what you to eat and wear. our price on four staple must have MILLS FJLOXJU IT RISES AWAY ABOVE nil othur brunds of flour with tV housewife who loves when frood We are you going to give you articles to just show you how money: we can save BeSt Patent Flour Made, Sugar, - Granulated $3.10 per cwt. 6 cts. per lb.VM, home Meat and Lard, - 13' $5.75. " Lard in 50 pound cans, miido lireud PKAUIi flour. und excellence nevpr disuppoints her. It is the lt--t all uround Hour on the market und gives your hreul uses the eh Its unifonu.uuuli-t- y States. Thanksgiving turkey is going to bo extremely lush this year, but no good Democrat will feel that in the circumstances any expense should interfere with suitable celeb utinn. These are only fair samples of other prices. the house is sold Everything in Give us that temptlufr and delicious llavoj-thanlwny delights the 'over of bread when PEARL lh'tir. rood t at the same low price. a trial. you us-- e the H. Q. CRABTREE & COMPANY. Made by J. ANDREW CAIN, Versailles; Ky, 3S THE , TIMES. I "A HOM K-- M ADE I'A PER. THURSDAY, NoV. 21, 1 SMS LOCAL BREVITIES. II. O'Henr v:ifs in Lu.xington tho first of the week. J. J. Crows Hush, if Cincinnati, Ohio, whs hrthe city a few days this week. . Franklin Margison, one of pedagogs, was in the dty Saturday. from hero attended funeral of Billy Boweu at .the Several 1'ilson' Tuesday. Tho Ki'v. I,. F. Mann will preach .John T. Potts, who for the Ik.' McthodiVt fhiirch in this past four months has been stacity Sunday and Stindn nighl. tioned at Erin, Tumi,, in the tie business, enmo home Sunday for a W'u Iihvo had tlie "past week brief stay with his family. He sunn nico liny;, killing winiiIht was accompanied from Cincinand ms a roiis(iiioncu many pork nati by a little daughter of his fi have hi'i'n slaughtered. brother-in-law- , Elmer Patton, Dies Prom Injuries. who will visit Clay City rel.itivs Tims who was in- for a couple of w eeks. jured some weeks nun w hilt at Only A Fire Hero work on the new railroad in Esbut the crowd chrcied. as, with till county, died Monday of laM burned hands, 'he held u(. a small week at his home on Ilardwiek's round box. "Fellows!"' he shoutcreek. Burial Tuesday at the ed, "this Bucklen's Arnica Salve I McKinnuey graveyard. He is hold, has everything heat for survived by his wife who was formerly a Miss Shimfcsscl, a burns." Right! also for boils, sores, pimples, eczema, cuts, sister to Win. Shinifessel, and sprains, bruises. Surest pile cure. four children. Mr. McKinney It subdues Inflammation, kills pain. was an honest and industrious Only '25c at all dealers. Adv. man and will he missed in his home and the community in which he lived. at I blocJ (.lis. Worn on it not .quite to rich, for scientists have prover I'.m the normal it.iu lias five millionthe woman only four and a liclf million to iuiImii millimetre o. blood. A decreasfc in number of red blood eorpiuettr ttwl o person " lioks pale fact, it anaemic, tho blood docs nut get the right h't'd uid probably the stomach in over in tiff i.w.tsjaion o( "Why Woziicsa rc Man is a millionaire many times kJlvLi.- -. "in ings, sleeps well at night and if refreshed in ll,u morning. " I was ntLnHttsI with acvcre nrrvous dtucnn-- , i rh ves consul ! a dlsonlcnsl intiinh iir,! liver," vriU-- Mr. .I As. D. lJVKt.V. f Washburn, Tcnn., Id'iitc 2. .U. All lay friends tlm "''.t wmiM ,11 j ni.il the bc- phjflclniis iravo me ui. 1 was mlvlj'sl t try Dr. 1'lcice Golden Medicnt D!iovrr", and ilonVcii much lcnlt mm fame. My case had run no lorn, it hail become, an clminic that rivthluir v.miM ctTwt permanent cure, Imt J r. IMrrce'a nitsllclne has dcMi much furmeaivj I highly nromniitxl It. I heartily Olivine lid iiiuj tu x Sfrrtni? Ionic, nrt ",EtT diseases bavo inn ,i thit there la n ili.nu-- to bo cured. Dr. Pierce's Medical Adviser, 31 Ktamps, tj pay for wrapping and mailing only. s 1 -t disordered. Dr. R. V. Pierce found years 040 that a fclct:jt extract ol gvlden teal and Oregon rape roots, queen's root and Mondroot with iiiack chcrr,h;jik, would help the assimilation of the food in the stomach, coma Jeer ills and in Nature's own way increase the red blood rotpusclcs. Itn; medicine he called Dr. Pierce's ClolJec Mroical Discovers-- . I)y assimilating tho food eaten the svr.lom is nourislud and the blood takes on a rich red color. Nervousness i only " the cry of the starved nerves for hod," and when the nerves ari. fed on rich red blood the perron looses tliif-- irritable feel- Mrs. Ann E. Burnett, of Clark Porto Rico's New Wonder. vounty, is visiting her son,W. From far uway Porto Uieo come J' Barnett near this city. reports of a wonderful new dis- Fruit and Ornamental W. L. Byrd, was here on Fri- covery that is believed will vastly Ramon T. Shrubs, Asparagus, Rhubarb, Peonies day and went out into the coun-'t- benefit the ptople. Marchnn, Roses, Phlox, etc. of Barcelnncttt, writes look at some real estate. 'to "Dr. Kind's Nov Discovery is doMr. and Mrs. Jas. G. Potter, ing splendid work here. It cured NO AflENTS of Adula, Clay comity, are visit- me about five timeV of ten idle GROWERS OF WHAT WE SELL. ing t hoi r daughter, Mrs. T. G. coughs apd colds, also niy.( brother FREE CATALOG White. of a severe' cold in his chestnnd Lennie Crow has changed his mnro'tbnn 20 others who used it on H. F. Hillenmeyer& Sons, Lexington, Ky. address to Winchester and will my advice. We hope this .great work in the L. & E. depot in mdieiiiewill yet lie sold.in every drUe store in Porto Iticd."- - For xliat citv. throat and lung troubles it has no Hiliikan Business Schojl, LEXINGTON, KY. Mr. and Mrs. J as. G. Easter equal." A trial will convince, vou are moving to Whitesburg. Mr. of its merit. 50c and S1.00. TriBOOKKEEPING, SHORTHAND, Easter takes the position of car al bottle free. Ginranteed by all TYPEWRITING. inspector at that place. dealers. Atlv. it y TREES! When in Need of 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 sister, dreds of men and women who s chester, vi8ited.relatives on Will he paid to any person having any are successes. It will make creek from Saturday till kind of pain or ache if Shipp'e Quick a success of you. Belief Liniment fails to cive instant re lief and tho purchuseutrlce is not re- en- Miss Nancy Bush, of WinHard-wick'- Mrs. Morgan McKinney and $100 Reward!" AiJ 'gts. 111 Winchester, - Ky. iMi ." La 1U UUU 1 BCC r.. . ' - - .OUV. At ftll AA 4 11 Write for' Catalogue. SHIPP'S QUICK-RELIE- Europe has returned at the Home. to her post F ter, Railroad Commissioner -- H. Green Garrett, of Winchesand president of Brodhead Garrett Company, this city, was in the A Oreat Building Falls LINIMENT. This is. the liniment the people are talking about. relieving pain I have over used. Capt. Anderson Berry, Lexington, Ky. I used this liniment and the pain and soreness disappeared like magic. Jailer W. T. Uallenger, Lexington, Ky. For relieving aches and pains this linimentbeuts anything I ever saw. J. 11. Lettou, Lexington, Ky. It is the only remedy I have found that has given me any relief since I was tiaralized four years ago Mrs. Susan Welborn, Newhurg, Ind. If it fails to relieve any pain in any part of the body in fifteen minutes, at.k for your money back. SOLD KY ALL LEADING DUUUGISTS. It is tho most wbnderful remedy for Fall and Winter city Saturday. when it foundation is undermined and if the foundation of health is attacked, quick good digestion collapse follows. On the first signs of indigestion, Dr. King's Pills should be taken to tone the stomach and regulate liver, kidneys and bowels. Pleasant, easy tmfe, and only 25c a, all dealers. New-Life Goods. Hardwick Our Fall nnd Winter Goods are in. benides, Adv. Best Styles Suits, Over Coats, & Co. W eonliully invite in- for Dressy Men in Superintendent of Public Instruction Barksdale Hamlett has CAPITAL, STOCK, SIOO.OOO to nil the pastors issued SURPLiUS AND UN-of Kentucky asking them to Rain Coats. DIVIDKD lltOFITS. 200.000 as Educational day Sun-laNovember 24, which opens the week on which the Southern The odds and ends which give eleconEducational Association Banic. The P gance to the appearance. Louisville, November eal needfuls which will make the venes at OF WlKtH8TKH. KY. 6; 28th. man show his quality. o y, you to call anil see them. We will imike it to your 11 t i -- terest to do your dealing with us, by ;'v''"i yu ,lloru for your money than you can gfct eUewliere. And think we have every thing yott want. We can Winchester not mention hero everything that wo handle, hut want to call your attention to the following lines, that 3 we are tinxicus for you to get acquainted with. Hart, Stop that Ache! Any ache or pain in any part of the Imily can be relieved with Shlpn's Quick Kplief Liniment. $ 100 reward if it falls and the purchase prieo is nut refunded. Try It and see. oOo At AJI COLLARS SHIUTS standard goods; eure to fit. CUFFS K NtHotXY WlTHBBSPOON, PnitSi Oasiiiku. E W. K. Sl'HAll, 3 Ul Schalfncr and Marx Clothing for Men, aUo Haert brand Clothing, ''(futen Quality" and "IJoston I'uvorito" Shoes for Women, "Walk-Over- " ft YOUR ACCOUNTS ROL.IOITED Shoes for Men, See our "Astor" TIES GLOVE8 Druggists. HOSIERY KUSPENDERS to suit the very particular. hrand Hhih for Men aud Hoys. ready-to-wea- oods and get our price when in need of WomenV, Minseb' nnd Chilr and etc., Ilut, Conts, Haim-oatdren's Dr. M. B. WHITE, ol VETERINARY SURGEON. the.... Langshlre V. S. College, EHglud 1869. FLEMINOSBURO, KV. I enn now lie seen at Eaton' Livery 'titablo In Clay City for about 2 months where I will be able to treat all kinds of blokuetui of, Morses, Cattle, tilieep, Hogs and Dogs. All examinations mid consultations free. Call and see me. ....QraUuaU MRS. J.W.WILLIAMS CLAY CITY, KY. MONEYS. filG IK 4Bh Men's Hainenals, Hunting Coats, leather and rubberFont Wear, Staple and Dree l'op, TiuuceiH, and etc. In faet see us for any thing you show you need, and let us We tell you how, and pay beat market prices. We are dealers; esublishtd in i&mi: ana eau qubq4i oiv ior you Lou-ierll- that we can eave you money. than agents or coniBilutaa Ktfereucesony bank is Write for weekly price list, mer-chB- t7 u PWirf W rW" 4Mb tcsarL a. coNi Msrtsl It, IMMMUXf, 0, WVVisa Hardwick & Co., Stanton. .1 r D SPLAY TO COST MANY THOUSAND WARREN PROGRAM Chi'd Welfare Conference MEMORIAL SWEET CLOVER A great fertilizer, hwJ a linrd.v e Farm Drain Tile car.-turn PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. AND CHILD WELFARE EXHIBIT CONFERENCE AT LOUISVILLE NOVEMBER 21-3- ! J BE HELD IN BIG ARMORY For The Redemption of the Young of the Present Generation and Future Generations Great Meeting Will be Held. The Kentucky Child Welfare Conference and Kxhlblt, designed for tha ultimate redemption of tho children ot Kentucky, even until the third and tourtli generations and primarily designed for the reclamation of these 'lilldrcn of the present generation, will bo held in tho commodious First Regiment Armory in Louisville, November The exhibit proper will be !n hesslon ten days. The conference, will !ie In session throe days, November nnd the conference will be eld In the Warren Memorial Presbyterian Church, corner Fourth and Hroadway, one of tho most convenient meeting places in Louisville. That the child is father to tho man is the belie of those back of the Child Wei Tare Exhibit, nnd to give the child fit least an even break for health, lib- Jl-3- Monday Morning, November 25, 10 O'clock. 1'iof. U. Iiuntoon, presiding. AOpening remarks by the Chairman. "Foods nnd Feed In Relation to Infants' Mortality." Dr. J. Rowan Morlsoh. Discussion opened by Mrs. Letchnorth Smith. B'Ticvatablo Dllndncss lu Kentucky." Dr. J. A. Stucky, Ky.; Miss Linda Neville, Lexington, Ky. Dlscujslon opened by the Chairman of the meeting, Prof. 11. 1. Iiuntoon. Monday Afternoon, November 23th, 3 O'clock. A "l'ugenlcs nnd Sex Hygiene." Dr. .T. It. Marvin presiding. A "Kugtalcs nnd Child Welfire." Dr. John G. Trawlck. li "Sex Education and Hygiene." Chas. O. Blrtwell. Discussion opened by Mrs. I. D. Seniple. 3. Monday Evening, November 25th, 8 O'clock. Mrs. .Morris B. Belknap, President or the Exhibit nnd Conference, presiding. Openlug Addiess by the Presiding "Officer. Address, "The Community's Obligation to Its Children." Dr. E. T. Devlne, New York. 4. Tuesday Morning, November 26th, 10 O'clock. "Education." Prof. T. Y. Coates, Frankfort, Ky., presiding. A "Problem of the Rural School." Subject presented by Presiding Ofiicer and Prof. Barksdalc Hamlet, Frankfort, Ky. Discussion to be opened by Mrs. ('has. P. Weaver, Louisville, Ky. I! "The Wider Use of the School Plan." Subject presented by Miss Paulino Wltherspcon. Discussion cpencd by Mrs. Coin Wilson Stewart, Moreliead, Ky. 5. Tuesday Afternoon, November 26th, 3 O'clock. "Recreation." Rev. Maxwell Savage, President of the Conference of Social Workers, presiding. A "Public Outdoor Play.' Mr. Orahnni Romeyn Taylor, Chicago, 1. Lex-ingto- n nm! Land' Productive. Will grow in any coil, Make Your Wet even In rocky plnee.". Cun lie sown By the iigo of drain tile you with spring oHtp, or sown alone in that low, wet, useless, swamMay for mcutlow, and sown In with py field into Hit? most productive corn at the last cultivation. Prices spot on your farm. Good tile, of need, nntl circular how to qrow it properly placed, not only carries off sent on request. surplus water, it admits air to the BOKHARA SEED CO., Falmouth, Ky. soil nnd makes it "easy to work. Box Oil. It improves any soil. The Inereace hi the value of t lit; Inntl is many OVER ee YEARS' tune the cost of the tile. The first EXPERIENCE 3'eiirN crop from tiled lnnd pay for ii. Any body can do the work successfully. Write for particulars or cj'II at our plant. vigonuis-fornfj- jilnnt for liny pasture - . TRa&c Mams Anyon Undlns aliolnh and description niay nnlckly aaeartiiln our opinion fro "lictlmr an Inrenllnn It probably patenlabla. Xoinmnnloa. lionsairiaiyoDiinoantuu. iiahiiiwuii on nl rrnA. (fldoat uener for aecurlnir Datenta. Fnlanti taken tbrooali iluim Jt Co. rocelva npteiointtui, witnour, onarge, mine A handidmeiy nhmtratnd wrHtf. frieit rtr. entallmi of any aclanililo lourunl. Terms, t3 a yenri four month, IU Bold by all newsdralora. CorvRfartTB As. Red River Brick & Tile Company, 4TAXTOV, - KENTUCKY. Scientific flmerkaiia MUNN York I Iltanch Otnce. C5FBU Waahlogtoo. & C. prftufiAir obtalnntln Lexington and Eastern Railway Company. WESTERN DIVISION. No. 2. Daily I. M. 2:17 2:35 3:1T 4:01 4 4 :V. r. : I Ii lu ablrW6a mint. rmtlllPOHTonpalmlabltlty. Patrntpract-heml 2 renta In itampa for InTaloabla book on MOW TO OBTAIN and MIL PATCNTS, Whirl) onca will out. How In uel a nartntr! law and otber Taluablc inforinatloo. THjS, LITTLE ;PIG J-ZThr? 2j.' tittle child made-Irislace ". Illinois. "Local Situation With Reference To Dance Halls." Mlfs Ruth Sapinsky; .Mr. James Yunker. General discussion on "Recreation" opened by Mr. Uiaham R. Taylor, Chicago. 6. Tuesday Evening, November 26th, 8 O'clock.. Rev. Aqullla Webb presiding. "The Public Health; How We Aroused the Stato of Louisiana." Dr. Oscar Dowling. State Board of Health, Louisiana. Discission to be opened by Dr. W. E. Grant, Health Ofiicer of the City of Louinvlllo; Dr. J. It. McCormacU, Secretary of the State Board of Health. 7. Wednesday Morning, November 27th, 10 O'clock. "The Child and the Law." Mr. Roger N. Baldwin, St. Louis, presiding. . A "Probation as a Reformatory Measure, and What Probation Means." By presiding officer. Discussion opened by Mrs. B Best No. 4. Daily A. M. 7:20 S:0a 8:18 East Bun ml Kv. I.t'xiiiKfnn, " Winchester, & K. .Timet. " h. " Clay City. Catiipton .Timet. " " Torrent. K. .Timet. .Tiieksoiio 303 Seventh St., Waahlitgton, 0. C. SWIFT & CO. UWVIR8. MTINT 8:'0 fl:27 10-l- B'ttyvilleJuiict." " Atliol, " " " lt):oO 10:57 1 Heart Disease Almost Fatal to Young Girl old, r:2'i No. I. Qtlieksnnd. :." ll:2.'i 1 No. :i. Daily ":.' .:!() .".;:r. West B nnd (Jui.-ktnd- Daily 1 'Ifw, 1 - 'a iD.icic.flowcrs ' St- - , ti 'This liltic chitd. m.vtcilfoVrfumrs Cora M. Batu. I? -- "1 he Street Child at Nigh." Night Chief Patrick- - Ridge. C "The Work ot tho Board of Children's Guardians.'. Judge S. J. Boidfick. 8. Wednesday Afternoon, November 27th, 3 O'clock. "Dependent and Neglected Ch'ld." Presiding, Dr. Ha'siings W. Hart, Russell Sage Foundation. New York. i' ' Opening Remarks by Presiding Officer. A "Tho Work of the Kentucky Children's Home Society." Mr. ueotj L. action, Louisville. "The institutional Vhre ot Chll- - A. I.i. , .Tac.ksi 0:03 tJ:2" U: t:i 7:10 7:51 fi:05 8:50 " Athol. B'lt) villi .fund." " Torrent, Caiuiituti .Timet. " " Clay City, I.. & E. Jiinet. " . O. A-- K. .Timet. n. Ky. " " M. 1:25 l:tO 1 . 2:22 2:."l 8:12 StfO :'7 4:a" 4:37 Li'xinrjtiiii, " ' Wineheder, " " 4:50 . when thirteen yearn was stricken with heart trouble. She was so tmd wo hncl to place her tied nrnr a window so she could get On her breath. doctor said, 'Poor child, sho is likely KsKa to fall dead anr A friend time' - told me Dr. Miles' Heart Uemedjr had cured her father, su I tried It. and piio uvaiii iv iiu- wr.jX raBV "Jly daughter, proxr.- - opo.. iookl 6:35 Priest, 0. Mr. Chas. Strull. - Mi lit rt'dvm 5(wJinJCtos.iCitiV)i). cer. .... Wednesday Evening, November 27th,- - 8 O'clock. "The Dellii'iiieut ohlld and tha ITbme." Miss Sophonlsba P. Brock-lurldgor Chicago. "Thp Modern as Compared With the Obsolete Inntitution for Children." Dr. Hastings II. Hart, Russell Sago Foundation, New York. ).kE. PfouUMhis Elizabeth. WpjgS?,i8sMattle"' Discussion opened. bjAldlag'.Offl-- ' ' i East bound No. 10. DAILV Ex. Sim. 11:50 a, 12:12 p. )oiy No. 9. e. DAILY Ex. Sun. .laekson, Ky. llndtlix. " Whiek, " Krypton, " Hazard, Whitefl'urK" : -- Itemedy." conflda A. RrC 12:40 p. in. 12:50" B:3U" 1:50" 3:10" 12:12" " 11:10a.m. of happiness Us aim. The purpose of the exhibit will be :hovrn 'What wo are doing for chll-i.ic- jrty and pursuit I0:K)" " 0 :2' " " 0:0;i" " what wo nre not doing for 'ten; what we ought to do for chll- chll-ui-on- The Kentucky Child Wclfaro Kxhlblt rganbation has bean in existence luce last January, but Its work has cen so unostentatious, ku nulet, so o cbtrush e that few realize Its and eeopo. Beginning the night .cvei:,oer L'l at 3 o'clock atid last-ten days the public will have an "l'ortunity to juuco of tho vastness f the undertaking. The exhibit v.lll ' held at ih. armory and will be open 1 y from in o'clock In tho morning "itil 10 cVro'k at nlsht with tho ex-- . tlcn cr Fluidity aud Thanksgiving iy, when It will open at 2. o'clock In . .e afternoon and remain open until 4 j o'otcck at iil; lit. Scope Comprehensive. 'iNri:iiriciTirol rjf discs.'?. PvtrjtSlns that rolates to tho child, . "iu li'.cuu ihu child to tho parent, i I tc d ali with. To epitomize, tho Nihil II will consi&t of screens, mov-- ; plr'uuj, llva exhibits, model iiueincnt, free clinics, !';.. nit it. ii' ! i.'iitu.icor.i aud kitchen, dirty 'd ai.j- n ham. n.cdel playground, i ti..tt.iii"n if the work done at tho fw president: ML's Ellrubot't st vlr-Ire! ? ih Uilnd and tho Babies' Walsh, tecend vlco president; Mrs. L .;!; r'l.ml will have a booth which Dr. Anna W. Iheitipson, secretary; lll t- - in ilui'so cf a trained nurse, Louis itioiig, director; Miss Add-Lrani can leave their babies, eir led, assistant, dircctcr. I rush pure milk will be pro- J V'ttciio ccmuiittcc anJ su'ocom'nlt-teeh e Leen uork ing In th.lr de-- . 'Inr c ti.'Iilona end needs of Ken-- I'f.it.ventj and the lesulta already no Icy (.hi'i'rcii will be shown In tho complit let! bavo teen extremely ilowi.u pi nuns: Health, schools, tin to IhiEO In charge. MM i nil 1' l.nv, bctileiiicnts and edit-- . Mi'cli Detsll Involved. ulcn.'l !... iiifiit, rouoation, Indus-- ' Tlu trcr.cndcus amount of detail i.U fcti:, iitins, literal and lellglotts Iff, u.umiv lire nnd schools, plillan-thic;- i roilt at'iiched to tirli a stupendous uivlritt ltlng can be grasped only faint a"ii ti iniii. f'lve h'uidred volunteer "explainers" ly ly a vlolt to the headquaiters lu r 'AorUlag iu shiftt: will bu lilt Anrrty. Tho enly handicap thus well irilii'd hi the paitku.ui liaiuh f r ii ainterul U the very serlrus cue The Incv Yoik thlld Wei--ir- e they ai'e io titieldato and will give any cf EfhlLlt ehrws ccat f 10),OOD nnd inform:1 Uni dirtied. Thi oillu'iii of the Kentucky Child .yir v'lfrd Iv IWOOO, . Hio sciivfts Wolfiu.' Iv.lir.'t aro: Mm. Morrla Itelk used thrre used In Chic:.?.', and j5Q,(hK uap, jitMtiUe.it; Mrs. Alfied Urnnilles, lu uddliicn was cs.jnMed. . mag-nitudu grat!-I'yl.'t. tutir-hou- J1 musSi ihoii euorts were awarded by an or HO.O.lfl. 'Exhibits have , cecn h;M in Kaus.i3 City and Mans., situ aro to be held lu St. Louis and Montreal. Then Kentucky Child Welfare 'Exhibit has recta cd nearly H.O&O so far, but murh more b needed. Donations may be sent to the Kentucky Child Welfare t Exhibit at tho Armory.- Tho Child Wflfaio Exhibit has been acierued the hearty cf the Board of Health, Board of Tuber-m'oblHospital, various charity nnd the churches. Statistics have been looked up. information ot tediuleal character furnished, reports on Iccal conditions iu various branches have been submitted and tubulated after being verified. Tho various committees total 230 men and women. But, as is usually the case where committees aro appointed, a few active spirits i'o tho work and tho others come strong on the suggestion end. That tho workers, the real workers, havo been unremitting in their Is shown Ly the splendlu results achieved. North-imptcna Central Ky. to and from Cuinpton. Truliis Nos. 1, 2 and BeattyvilliiJiinct. 3 will make connection with the I. &, A. KtiirWay Tor Heattj ville, Ky. K. .Tiini't. Trains No. iidally and O. No. 4 daily exeept Sim. will iiiake eon nectiou with the Ohio it Kentiieky Hy. for Cnnnel I'itv and O. & K. stations. CONNECTIONS, Triin No. I will make ti v. iili ihu L vi N. at Lexington for l.oulsvilln, Ky. Trn'li No. 3 will iinikc eo.iui'i lion with L.tt N. at Win-e- l. p t for Cinciiuiiiti, O. Caiiiiiton .Timet. Trains Nos. 1,2, Band 4 will make rontiection with .Motintiiin l.i'.vliiplon con-nei'- tii t unbounded confidence Mr. "Canon has in Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy is shared by thousands of others who know its value from experience. Many heart disorders yield to treatment, if the treatment is right. If you are bothered with short breath, fainting spells, swelling of feet or ankles, pains about the heart and shoulder blades, palpitation, weak and hungry spells, you should begin using Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy at once. Profit by the experience of others while you may. Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy la aold and The guaranteed by all druggists. MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, 4 IndV Bad Spells " I suffered, during girlhood, from womanly weakness," writes Mrs. Mollle Navy, of Walnut, N. C. "At last, I wai almost and had to give up. We had three doctors. All the time, I was getting worse. I had bad spells, that lasted from 7 to 28 days. In one week, after I gave Cardul a trial, I could eat, sleep and joke, as well as anybody. In 8 weeks, I was well. 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