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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): December 5, 1912 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1912 cla1912120501_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.): December 5, 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. 81.00 a Year in Ailvnnc. "Vfc arc here to help Clay City, the SurrouoJing Coantry and Oarsclvcs. I. I'. burgher, I'iiMUIht. vol. xvn. hAY (3ITY. KX, THURSDAY, J)KOEMHEJi C, 1912. NO. .J STANTON COLLEGE Offers Unparalleled Advantages To The Young People To Get An Education. For Information, Address REV. J. C. Enormous Corn Crop. ing in the silent tomb, your soul OF LITTLE ' WJiile corn crops in Powell ELMER POWELL ROSE. is singing, in Heaven above, where no sorrow is known or fare- county on rivev farms are not so good as they were last year, the o Friday, Nov. 1st at 1 :!M) a. m. well teaiy are shed, let us all meet our darling on the crop as a whole in the county is the dentil nnirel visited the home far above last, years yield, occaof Mr. and Mrs. D. li. Rose, Jr , other shore. sioned by an average yield on of tliis city, and carried their litSleep on our loved one, IN MEMORY I pre-pare't- HA IS LEY, President, STAISTOIS; KY. Hunting Laws in Brief. Gets Life Sentence. Kelly Robinson who Everv hunter in Kentucky inn-- ! fired into a crowd of boys on the have a State Hunter's License, streets of Jackson on the night of except those who hunt on their October 2, and killed Simpson own land or leased land or ad Uaugh, t'n seventeen ypar old ' tle darling hoy to that Heavenly Home, his soul taking i t h (light to the God who gave it. He.leaves a father, mother, many relatives and friends to mourn his loss. Little Elmer was ouch a bright child and a fovorite of all who knew him. All that loving ones could do was done, but the Father had a vacaut place and He took him to be a sweet little angel. "The Lord giveth and the Lord Jtaketh away ; blessed be the name ot the Lord." Little Elmer, though they miss you in your home, you will be standing at the pearly gates of Heaved, beckoning loved ones to ' inee't.y'ou there, v He was seven months and two days old. Thou art at rest, God called thee homo He kuoweth best- - Weep not, dear ones, as those that have no hope, for little Elmer is safe in the arms of Jesus, for He said, "Suffer little children to come unto me, for of such is the kingdom of Heaven." His little body was laid to rest in the local cemetery. Sleep on little one in your snow white The Father is caring caBket. thee, though your body is ly- fyr Work (jetting Scarce. Work for laboring men is getting scarce in and afound Olay City just now. The planing mill Lumber Company of Swann-Dais closed down, the hogshead factory is also up with orders and is not. working now, and no tides have come to bring logs to the big saw mill. Corn husking is over and other farm work is very slack as is usual at this season of the year. There are many laborers who have good ste.tdy but. to the jobsand areiitl-riglitlarge majority of them the pineh is in sight, unless more work is opened up, which will be the case soon as a log tide comes. Many have gone to the new railroad to work, but as many more will not do so on account of the danger attached to this kind of work. So many have been killed and injured on the new railroad construction as to cause some to remark they would rather risk their lives in a lighting army tin n on the railroad works. y , formUaugh, You cannot buy or sell gain the bottom land and far above erly of this city, was last week from States which piohibit same. the average yield on the upland. found guilty of murder in the MorYon may kill squirrels froi i More than one thousand b.irrels gan Circuit Court and sentenced June 1") to February 1. in the penitenof corn has been raised on many to life imprij-onmen- t You may kill wild ducks from tiary. The trial was tried in Mor-gu- n farms of the county. This is son of in. joining laud. We are showing an Elegant Line of FALL AND WINTER GOODS Including some corn for powell county farms, and it sounds good to u . No persons or .stock need suffer for feed if au equitable division can be made. The average yield of corn per acre for this state is 80 bushels, and that of Iowa is forty-fivbushels. Iowa leads all other states. Powell county will surpass the average yield of Kentucky by several bushels, and willnot-fal- l far short of Iowa. It is nothingitrncommon to see a field in - this eminty ' upon which CO and 75 bushels per acre have been grown and these are big yields too. One farm boy under adverse circumstances has grown eghty-nin- e bushels .of corn upon one acre. This was upon natu rally thin upland. Powell is far from being the worst county in the state, though many of her people may think so and migrate to states that do not grow corn like we do. Our land when properly farmed will also grow oats, wheat, rye and grass. The greatest trouble with the county is that we are slow to learn what we can best do with our land, and fail to practice the slogan. "Keen vour farm now and in a few years it will keep you."! Successful farming is in growing big crops and at the 6ame time making your laud better all the while. This is being done by some few farmers in Powell county today and should be done by all of them. e county upon changoof venue from the Breathitt Circuit Court. It will lie remembered that after the shooting Robinson was arrested and placed in jail, but escaped from thejiil two days later. He was arrested again at Columbus, Ohio where he had enlisted in the U. S. army. immc-dhtel- y August lo to Aprial 1. You may kill wild goose froM August LI to April 1. You may kill woodcock froi i June 20 to February 1. You may kill quail from Nov- ember, lo to January . You may kill doves from Au- Announces for U. S. Senate. Governor Beckham has announced for the United States Senate to succeed Senator Bradley. There is opposition to the Governor and an effort will be made to get a candidate to him, but this is hardly probable as the Governor is too strong. He could have been in the Senate today iustea d of Brad ley had he compromised with the whiskey ring, and they are time. fighting him now. op-pos- e gust 1 to February 1. The sale of wild turkeys h prohibited - Quail or patridg-mu- st not be taken by net, snare, trap or box at any time. No person or company shall ship wild turkey, pheasant, partridge, quail or grouse, unices lawfully'killed and in possession of a hunter. Rabbits and squirrels must not be killed between Septemder LI and Neveniber L", but rabbit can be taken with dogs at any WALDRON & JOHNSON, Waltersville, Ky. We carry a full line of Generul Merchandise and are selling the goods to our large trade and they tell us they are Cloaks and Wraps Ladies' Suits, Millinery, and etc. -- MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING to (it Clark county bus become over the sudden outbreak of lawlessness in her bounds. Murders, killings and assassina tions are of frequent occurrence of late it seems in that good old couutv. Too much booze and too much railroading. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Hall, of Stantou, a lovely little daughter. Mrs. Hall is in a hos pital ut Lexington. Mrs. 0. Slum fessel mother of Mrs. Hall has gone to Lexington to be with her Saving Money. You can do the same thing. If you are not you and your pocketbook. When you want any kind of Merchandise, think of already one of our many pleased customers, come round rome day and give our place a look through and let us price you some of our goods. They wlllopenyoureyestoan oppoitunity. SHIMFESSEL'S and give us the opportunity to please you have been doing for so many years pasl with satisfaction both to you and ourselves. daughter. Dr. M. B. White has returned from a week's visit to his homo at Flemingsburg. we J. F. Clark has returned to the Old Mason's Home at Shelby, ville. Send Us Your Orders over telephone, by messenger or otherwise and if you live In Clity City or near our store wevwill m j Everything to Please theCustomer 'deliver the goods1' i II. G. Grubtree was is Frank fort yesterday on a business 1 3 ing to be applicants to let matters rest until the situation clears up somewhat ; but where one of more aspirants for n particular start in to secure signers to pel'L'IIUSIIKP VKKV THURSDAY. titions, recommendations, etc.', Subscription rates SI a year or three it might be wise for all aspirants years in ml v mice $2. to do so ton. It has been figured out by some ! I!. Hurghcr, Publisher. of the newspaper correspondents s Entered ns mail matter. in the national capital that Mr. Wilson, when he .enters the Thursday, Dec. o, 1912. White House on March 4, will find that he lias the power to iill CLUJJ RATES. directly 10,8519 gevernment For the convenience of our subThey declare the appointscribers, we have arranged club rates ive places requiring confirmation with the following papers at prices are divided as follows: below mentioned : Departments S t a t e, 441; The 'I'imes and THE TIMES. sH'cond-clns- post-ion- Courier-Journ- nl Louisville Herald " Home and Farm 75 RICHMOND, KY. " Iilund Furmer 1.00 11; Interier, 8751; Agriculture, t) a Training " American Farmer !)0 3; Commerce and Labor (excludfor KM Dill IJIl School leading Teachers " Southern Agriculturist 75 ing census) 28; Civil service to ClrraraUr FLEMINQSBURQ, KY. Ours nd Life 8ut iDtrrmedUU kit rM1e commission, 4; Government Villi Bprclt f Kratarkf. School! Of the total fund of nearly one I enn now lie seen at Eaton's Likery 1 here is much conjecture about Printing Office, 1; Interstate Coanrfl, Tuition Vm i Stable in Ola;. City or about 2 months million dollars contributed to the uklntMi. Tarn anlm.lU rfr ;iil';iirs at Washington but our i.in(i h..n,llna where I will lie .ible to treat all kinds Commerce Commission, 7; and "T. Republican fund only $40 is cred- of sickness of Horses. Cattle, Sheep, correspondent there says rhe on- Library of Congress, 1. ited to Kentucky. How different Hogs and Dogs. Bcliool jkoi Jum Id. ly things for certain there are: IT. rmik Trm April t, Bummer All examinations and consultaouiontm.. j, p. QBABBB, PreMent. did it show up by Democratic tions free Call and see me. 1. Presideut Taft lias by There should be some steps ta- contributions. Kentucky led all order placed all the 4th ken to prevent further loss from other states, putting up more per class postmasters under the Civil fires. There are a number of capita than any other Stat-- . Service, that is all postmaslers houses in Clay City that have Clay City Democrats alone put drawing less than $1,000 per been rented for years for revenue up more money for their party annum. This means that the inly, no attention whatever hav. than did all the Republicans of present 4th class postmasters nig been taken to keep tlie chim the State. will hold for life, or during good neys and flues in uood safe conunless behavior, President dition. The risk is alright where Wilson revokes President Taft's it doesn't expose other people, order. Whether he will revoke but where such property adjoins Any ache or pain in any part of the relieved with Shipp's it nobody knows. citizens who care for their home body can beLiniment. $100 reward if (Juick Belief 2. Most of the places worth and its contents, there should be it fails and the purchase price is not having except those which have a law if there is not, to either refunded. Try it and see. 50c At All Druggists. to he,' confirmed by the Senute have been for some tune under civil service. This greatly lessens the number of positions former ly available. 3. For tv enty years the custom has been for fedoral officials up Ask any lady about of Be both willing and able at all times to extend you pointed for four years, such as postmasters, U S. Marshals you clothes. such accommodations as your business justifies. ect., to serve out their terms unAsk the experience of your friends who have carried made. of them less they took part in politics n " " Cincinnati Knquirer $1.00 treasury, 75J0; War (excluding 1.10 army) 0; Justice, H8:J; Postoffice, 90 7,5)58; Navy (excluding officers) Now that Circuit Court has compel tho owners to put such property in safe condition or not adjourned the bootlegger is getnllow it to be occupied. The city ting busy again. council will doubtless take notice There isn't much good in tho of such necessity and net along man who can see no good of such lines ns is necessary to prevent as far ns possible any further fires. , $ioo Reward, $ioo. Reports continue coming into The readers of this paper will be Washington, New York, Chicago pleased to learn that there is at and other leading centers, indi- least one dreaded disease that scicating that there is a greater de- ence has been able to cure in all its mand for labor in nearly all stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall's lines than can be supplied. This Catarrh Cure is the only positive is a degree of prosperity that has cure now known to the medical frabeen seldomly attained in this ternity. Catarrh being a constitucountry. When the condition of tional disease, requires a constituaffairs is such that there are tional treatment. Hall's Catarrh more jobs than there are men to fill them, then we have an assur B. mice that prosperity is actually present. The election of Mr. Wi.-so- VETERINARY SURGEON. seems to have bad a nmxt ....Oraduatc ol the.... beneficial effect on business in Langshlre V. S. College, England 1869. all parts of the country. Cure is taken internally, noting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system, thereby destroying the foundation of the disgiving the patient ease, and strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work. Tho roprictors have so much faith in its curative powers that they olt'er One Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure. Send for list of testimonials. Address : V. J. Cheney it Co.. Toledo, O. Sold by Druggists, 7c. Take Hall's Family Pills for dv. constipation. 11 ru Dr. M. WHITE, ' I Will! Ill - , 1ft Af- - exec-utiv- e Stop that Ache! As Friend To Friend Your Bank Muft the making She'll tell the advantage She'll having well during their terms. Whether this custom will be continued it is impossible to say their accounts with the CLAY CITY NATION- AL BANK during the past twenty-thre- e years. , President Taft is said to have declared his intention tofil 4. all vacancies as soon as t he v oc cur. But whether the Senate wil confirm his appointees, or hold up their nomination, it is impos !ible to even guess. 5. The custom has been for the patronage of any particular state to be distributed through the Senators and Representatives thereof who are of the same po litical persuasion as tho admin istratiun, if any such there be, and if none such, then through the national committeeman or dependable friend or Mimo friends. Under this arrangement Clay City National Bank, if she knows, that our Ladies' garments are .the most perfectly tailored of any in the city. cell you, CLAY CITY. KENTUCKY. They Have Fashion and Neatness. See us for your wants in Ready-to-Wear vvww w-w-vv PUBLIC NOTICE. We take plies. this method of further extending an invitation to the buying public to come to our Aore and get their sup- Skirts, Tailored Suits, Cloaks, Rain Coats, Millinery, Dress Goods, Silks, antf a full line of Ladies' Furnishings. are depended upon to recommend postmasters in their own districts while Sen ators are depended upon to rec oiniueiid postmasters in Congress not represented by Congressman of the same politic al faith as the President. .Sen atorsaie iiImi depended upon to recommend for marshalships and ollices of that kind, including departmental positions and p'nees in the consular and diplomatic service, and in fact' till ioual-districts Representatives For several weeks we have been supplying many customers in this vicinity with what they need at a great saving of money. MRS. J. W. WILLIAMS, CLAY CITY, KENTUCKY. Now that We are started, we want to extend our trade still further. Our one great is appeal for your trade Low Prices on what you must to eat and wear. our price on four staple have We are save you going to give you just show you how USE HOPE till MILLS FLOUR IT RISES AWAY ABOVE oilier brands of Hour with the who loves pottd homo tin-PE-A articles to we can money: Of course, as a rule the Senators consult with Representatives in tliC6e matters, all trying to do the most possible fur their constituents. 0. What scheme for selecting ullices not local. Beft Patent Flour Made, Granulated Sugar, -Meat and Lard, Lard in 50 pound cans, $3.10 per. cwt. 6 cts. per lb. 13 houtcvt'4fe " " Everything in Give us a trial. $5.75. President Wilson and his Cabinet may adopt is wholly conjectural. Somo advocate one plan nud borne another. Consequently it might be best for those intend-1 postmasters, letc, These are only fair samples of other prices. the house is sold at the same low price. Q. CRABTREE & COMPANY. ftl made bread when she uses It L flour. Its uniform quail-t- y and excellence never disappoint her. It is the licet ull around Hour on the inurket und gives your hreur that tempting and delicious flavor thut always delights the 'over of good bread when you use the FKAUL Hour. (Made rt .11. .. by' J. ANDREW CAIN, Versailles, Ky. THE A HOMK-- M TIMES. ADIC SMdmore Returns Home. Negro Gets In Bad. PAPEK. R, THURSDAY, DKU. IMS F.OOAL BREVITIES. Charlie Mize, of Quicksand, was here a few days last week. Mrs. T.$7To(lil,7r Richmond, is visiting Mrs. J. W. liurlnii. Mrs. H. A. Irvin lias returned from ii two week's visit at Slid-hyvill- Dorris T. Mize, of Louisville, idly Democratic. visited relatives in the oity the Kcntucklans in the Ring. lirst of the week. At the International Livestock V. K. Cummin, of the WinExhibition now being held at chester Sun, was in the city Sat Chicago, Kentucky h carried a- is urduy and while here called on way six of the prizes. A Cana the Times. dian steer won the world's chain Mrs. Noah Rose and two daugh- pionship. The steer was two ter, Misses Gertrude and Vena, years old and had been fed exspent the latter part of the week clusively oil Canadian hurley, with the former's sister, Mrs. A. oats and hay and never tasted M. Burgher. corn. When a shameful plot exists between liver and bowels to cause distress by refusing to act, take Dr. King's New ife. Pills, a nil end such abuse of your system. I'liey uently compel right action of stomach, liver ami bowels, and restore Read the announcement of Stanton College on the first page your health and all good feelings. of this issue. There are many 2oc at nil dealers. Adv. young people in this county "who Freak Divorce Suit. need a better education and It is a frequent occurrence for there is no better place to get it a woman to sue her husband upthan at the Stanton College. on the grounds of habitual drunkMillard Whiteman died at Ir- enness, but Matt Crosthwaite, of vine Friday, Nov. 20th, of typhoid Lexington, is the first man to alfever. Funeral services by the lege hahitiialdrunkenness against Rev. W. P. Fryman. Deceased his wife, to the knowledge of the was a nephew of Mrs. Wm. writer. Rut such are his con-teions in a divorce suit filed in Mountz, Sr., of this city, and Mr. Taulbeo Mountz attended the the Fayette Circuit Court this week. funeral. We have had good rains this week and with prevailing warm weather following all kinds of small grain and grass will start to growing again. Small grain lias grown but little owing to so much dry and cold weather. Foils A Ili'iirySkidmore, whoshot Win. A negro tried to rob the home , spread) Howen, Jr., and who in turn was of George Copeland in Lexington themThe fly, with spongy fect, collects the invisible c' iirmi of ilUcn-eover our food and poisons us with typhoid and !cra. The mosq'iito with shot liv Ilese Howcii in the east 'one night last week and oflicers its bite injects into our veins malaria mid jellow fever The bacteria of consump.1 .... arc everywhere present (or us t... ..I blood ern portion of this county three eaiieo over .me iciepnoiiu- arrest-. tion, or drip, through our veins and arteries to breathe i In our lungs. Thecontain is our rr tiction. It should which flows weeks ago and who has since been ed him, whereupon the negro healthy red and white blood corpuscles capable of warding oil these disease) germs. Dr. is a K d in a bicipital at Lexington I'm stabbed Policeman Cropper in made entirely Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery extract ef medicine and alterative without alcohol, a pure glyceric hlondroot, golden seal, treatment of hi wound, has fuf- the neck'and shoulder and Crop- Oregon grape root, queen's root, mandrake and stone root, which has enjoyed a good reputation tor over lortv tnrs. Hie refreshing inficieiitl.v recovered to leave the per shot tho negro two inches fluence of this cvtr.tct is like Nm lire's influence the blood Mhe heart. Roth may die. is bathed in the tunic which fi'-life to the blood hospital. the vital fires of the body burn briflitcr and llicir increased Mr. Copeland is a former resiactivity consumes the tissue rurKih which h.is accumulated Turner Takes Sent. during the winter. dent of Clay City. Judge O. C. Turner has been "About forty ymrs ran while In Urnmrt:. Now Jrt'ey. I bail chilH rnd fiver." v.TitM Jilt. MiuiiAKL llAClimE. of National Military Hnmi', sworn into the oflice of Judge of Kan. "I went to KnnM. City and !n tho nirinjrnf 1;77 tho chills arid Drives Off a Terror. fever rcturncil. DicM's ami rvcrythlru: I tried faihil to iln mo (rood, finally I aw Dr. l'iunv's llotderi Medical I)iccry ndvertled. the Court of Appeals from this took The chief executioner of death one botlftj of ft and th chills vanlhed. In iiltout n year afterward felt them comlnrr lock o I cot another bottlo and have never had district and has entered into his fn the winter and.pring months is uny nrmptnm of fever or asruo slr.ee. That nil of twenty years aire, for hail tho chills nluut twclvu years before started to take 'Golden duties as such ollicer. With pneumonia. Its advance agents are Medical Discovery.' " Judge Turner succeeding Judge colds and grip. In any nttack by U. Maouire. Esq. Dr. Pierce's Pleasent Pellets are tor liver Ills, Winn, the only Republican mem- one of th'.se maladies no time ber, the Court now becomes sol should be lost in taking the beet II 4 Are (fie Fly and Mosquito Daii,;erous?f I - n I 1 I 1 medicine obtainable to drive it off Countless thousands have fmind this to be Dr. King's New Discov'My husband believes it has ery. kept him from having pneumonia three cr four times," writes Mrs. George W. Place, Rawsonville, Vt., and for coughs, colds and croup we have never found its eqmd." Guaranteed for all bronchial affections. Price 50 cts. and $1 00. Trial bottle free nt all dealers. Adv. When in Need of Builder's Hardware, Cabinet Mantles, Grates, Tiles, Foul Plot. SHIPP'S QUICK-RELIE- F LINIMENT. This is the liniment the people are talking about. It is the most wonderful remedy for relieving pain I lmve ever need. Oapt. Anderson Berry, Lexington, Ky. I used this liniment and thepnin and soreness disappeared like nmgic. Jailer W. T. Ballenger, Lexington, Ky. For relieving nehes andpnins this liniment bents anything I ever saw. .1. 11. Letton, Lexington, Ky. It is tho only remedy I have found that has given me any relief since i was pnriilized four years ago Mrs. Suoun VVelborn, Newburg, Ind. If it fails to relieve any piiin in any part of the body in tifteen minutes, for your money back. SOLD KY ALL LEADING iis-- k Cooking or Heating Go to or Write Stoves, Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, Winchester, - Ky. DK.UGGISTS. J. T. Potts, the N. Y. Central Could Shout for Joy. tie inspector, who has been in l'I want to thank you from the Tennessee and Alabama for the bottom of my heart," wrote C. D. past, six months, and who came Under, of Lewisburg, W. Vu., 'Tor home to spend Thunksgivingje-turneto, his business in the South Monday and will again be away from the city until the holidays. d X-in- as Fall and Winter the wonderful double benefit T got from Electric Bitters, in curing me of both a severe case of 6tomach trouble and of rheumatism, from which I hud been an u most helpless sufferer for ten years. "It suited my case as though made just for I Goods Best Styles for Dressy Men in Residence Burned. The odds a"nd ends which give eleThe TYPEWRITING. gance to the appearance. Famous Statu Beauties eat needfuls which will make the t look with horror on Skin Eruptions man show his quality. iilotches, Sores or Pimples. They This school has turned out huu don't have them, 'nor will any one, dreds of men and women who CUFFS SHIRTS COLLARS are successes. It will make who uses liucklen's Arnica Salve. a success of you. standurd goods, sure to fit. It glorifies the face. Kczeuia or Salt Rheum vunish before it. It TIES GLOVES HOSIERY cures sore liH, chapped hands, Write for Catalogue. SUSPENDERS and chilblains; heals burn, cuts to suit the very particular. Unequaled for piles. Onbruises, BOOKKEEPINQ, SHORTHAND, The house occupied by George Morris was burned early SaturThe building day morning. caught from a defective flue and was one of the dwellings owned and rented by the Kentucky Union Company. The house had been on fire more than once but each time had been put out. It was only by the heroic efforts of the neighbors that the residence of Mr. D. R. Daniel was saved from the flames also. he-for- e, me." For dyspepsia, indigestion, jaundice, and to rid the system of kidney poisons that cause rheumatism, Electric Bitteishavenoequul. Try them. Every bottle is guaranteed to satisfy. Only 30 cents at all dealers. Adv. Hardwick besides, think wo & Co. And We can Suits, Over Coats, Rain Coats. Hillikan Business 5cho3l, LEXINGTON, KY. Our Fall and Winter Goods are in. We cordially invito you to call and see them. We will make it to your in teiest to do your dealing with us, by giving you more for your money than you con get elsewhere. have every thing you wnnt. not mention here everything thut we handle, hut want to cull your attention to the following lines, thut we are unxicus for you to get acquainted with. Unit, Schali'ner and Marx Clothing for Men, nlo Haert brand "(ucen Quality" and "lloston Favorite" Shoe for Men, "Aftor" " Shoes for Women, Clothing, 'Wnlk-Over- ly 2oc at all dealers. Adv. brand Hats for Men und Hoys. See our yooils and get our; price when in need of Women', Mines' imd ChilHats, Coats, IlaiucnatB and etc., dren's ready-to-wea- r WANTED An industrious mun to represent one of the uiobt extensive niunufaoturers of Home Remedies, Spices, Extracts, Soaps, Toilet Articles, Ptrfuuies, Stock and Poultry Preparations in Powell oradjoining Counties. Representative must furnish suitubje conveyance. Large profits and a per Address The. mauonl position. American Remedy Co., Tlllin, 0. MUN&Y vv MRS. J.W.WILLIAMS CLAY CITY, KY. c. Men's Huin coats, Hunting Coats, leather and rubbei Foot Wear, Staple and Dress Caps, Trousers, and etc. In fact show 6ec us for any thing you need, and let us you that we can eavu you money. We tell you how. and tvbtst market price. We are ileal ra; established Inlli'X: BiiJcail do UUrTUKfor vou than uctii' or cummluiou Kefcreiiceia ty luuk la Write for wc kl price list M. SABrL & SONS BMltn.in KT-H-- A JJ E Mtrkit SL IJUIJItUl. IT. run, nuca, nuuu Hardwick & Co., Stanton. I SPOUT SPRING. T. S. McKinncy (lioster I tin was in Win luisinc.m last wool;. Asn Snowden lisis moved to ii ntise on Andy Hnrni'tt's place. .ItnL'o L V. Miinii, of (InyUity line sermon at Jock j rt'iielu'd ton's Olm pel Sunday morning. M i Wm. linrnett, of Illinois, but lore recently of Clark county, was tlio pupst of G. W. I'asley the first of the week. Vaughn's Mill. Kev. Spencer will I'reaeli ut the Methodist church Sunday, Decembers. All ere cordially invited. Miss Pearl Doubles and broth- Sleep on my baby, my child, Wo ennnot, we would not disturb yon, er, Ode, after a weeks visit rewill wait here but n short while turned to their home near Mt. We Then ngnin we enn see you anew. Sterling Monday morning. Twns hard to pive up little Andley U., One so tender, so lovely nnd pare, A large number of young folks May Owl's divine will only be enjoyed themselves nicely at Mr. That our heavenly rest is so sure. IJaker's Friday ntehr, at Mr. A Free 1913 Diary and Wall Calendar For Our Readers. Abney's Saturday nidit, and at We take pleasure in announcMr. IIighley'8 Monday night. ing that any reader of this paper can secure a valuable pocket di Virden. ary for 15)151 by sending four stamps to D. Swift. & Co., 0. 0. Curtis made a business Patent Lawyers, Washington, trip to Clay City Tuesday. D. 0. Clay demons was in WinchesThe dairy contains fM't pages, a ter one day last week on busi- date and note spaces lor each date in the year, stutes the ness. of corn, wheat, oats, Killis Ware was in Clark entir-t- y and cotton produced by last week engaged in stripping each state, a brief synopsis of the life of each President from Washtobacco, ington to Tuft, gives the popula Charlie Martin anil family tion of each state in 1800, 1000 moved this week to Westwood and 1010, a synopsis of business laws, patent law, household infrom Lexington. It would formation and etc. The hunters seem to be very cost 23c at a hook store. We haven't scarce over here. stamps they For three seen u hunter since the law was will send a nice wall calender Send seven size 10 x 11 inches. cut. stamps for the diary and We are having a fine season calendar, worth fully 40 cents. tliis week for stripping tobacco A Genuine Service. and those who have tobacco aie believe," says an old sub scriber, "that every time The E. D. Curtis Iiuj been drilling Youth's Companion enters a home mid blasting in his well endeav- - it does that home a genuine ser ring to get ti better supply of vice. " That describes the purpose ot th publishers exactly. I he pawater. per is net filhd with mischievous Jumes Mcl'hersou, wife and or idle thoughts to till an idle hour t wo children, of Hayler, Ark., It provides healthy pastime, reere i re visiting the hitter's parents, ution that builds up It is to the minds of eager ami inipressio"uble I. M. Everman and other relayoung people what sound athletics tives here. ire to their bodies. At a cost of less than four rents Mrs. 0. C. Curtis claims there - money in poultry. bought a week The Youth's Companion She opens the door to company of the a turkey hen last fall for til) cents. most oisiingulslieil men anil woThe hen produced 10 eggs and men in America and Europe inn these she raised 10 turkeys, A'liether they ire revealing l hi fihe sold eight of them last week latent discoveries 111 seienee, or lor J:J JJ3. Who can beat that? describing great industrial achievements, or telling of iheir wanderings in strange coi ners of the world, Darlingsville. or feeding the imagination with rare stories, they are giving (Jour Snowden moved Mon- piinion renders the best, of them Marion day to the Niblack place selves. Sev n 'erinls at least will be pub A new galvanized roof has re-- ( Comp uiion in VM'A. eiitly been put on our schoi listed by The SO') other complete and i.euly OIISU. lories, in addition to smnr 51) spec-iacinitiibutions, and a triasure oscu Bowman is spending a lew days this week in Beatty ville box of sketehi'S, uneedott'S, expert advice as to athletic snorts, ideas i ml Heidelberg. tor h indy devices round the house, Mr. and Mr.--. Tommy Crow, of hihI so fin It long hours (if with the wise, the ad l.og l.ick, veie guests of Mr. and veiittir.nn nnd the TilerlniiiiiiL' Mrs. S. 1. Cuitia Saturday and Amiotncemeiit for 111 Hi will bt iku inlay. eiit with SHtpole ci'oies of the paper to anv address on ietict. An. Hey I)., the little eighteen Evi-rnew toihserihr-- who senileI ninths old con id' Mr. and Mis. wk isf ue i'i l 0 ft r the Ike Burnett died Wednesday, of I1U.5 will iveeivit ns a gilt Tin Nov. '27, having never been a iJomp I'dnn Window Transpiirenov Mont child, liunul Friduy at mill ( Hlendar for ill 13, the mi st exqui.-it- e novelty ever nliViul to the. Salem graveyard. Coniprinion readers; nlo, all lln-The little boy was a pet for .iies of I he Companion tor ih father ami mother, and for his remaining weeks of I'.il".', free. grandparents, Mr. mid Mrs. I'. I). Til K YOUTH'S CO.MPAN ION, 144 Berkeley St., Booton, Mcts. Todd, as well. It was so hard i11 1 1 1 they say to" give him up, but God in Hid infinite wisdom knows best. Childhood sweetness to b torn from us is the greatest of all losses, and especially so when it and the lirst is the grand-child- . Ill's crossing over the river while yet a babe, is but a loving bid from our heavenly parent who sas, "come unto me mid I will give you rest." Audley has gone to where there will be no more sorrows nor pain, dying thus early, he has escaped nil of the trials'of sinful life, and instead of sleeping in an earthly, restless cradle, he is now sleep ing in the arms of him who saves all that are saved. Then in out loss of little Andley, let us not weep but rejoice at his henvenly gain without a taste of a single sinful act in this life. All is well God's will be done. first-bor- A Genuine A Winter Will be tmld to nny person having nny kind of pain or ache if Shinp'g Ijulck Make Your Wet Land Productive. Uulief liinhncnt fails to give instant relief nnd the purchnso price is not re- By the use of drain tile you cnr. funded. Try it nnd sec. 00c. At All turn that low', wet, useless, swamDruggists. py field into the most productive spot on your farm. Good' tile, properly placed,' not only carries off surplus water, it admits air to the soil and makes it easy to work. It improves nny soil. The increaco in the value of the land is many times the cost of the tile. The first year's crop from tiled land pay a for it. Any body can do the work Shrubs, Asparagus, Rhubarb, Peonies successfully. Write for particulars or cell' at oui plant. Roses, Phlox, etc. $100 Reward! Farm Drain Tile TREES! NO AGENTS Fruit and Ornamental GROWERS OF WHAT WE SELL. FREE CAT A LOO STANTON, Red River Brick & Tile Gompany, - KENTUCKY. Wearer. heavy shoe with a reliable sole the feet otF the ground and keep guards the health. We have them in all leathers, best styles and finish. A H. F. Hillenmeyer& Sons, Lexington, Ky. OAPITA.-STOCK- , UN- 9100,000 BUHPIiUH AND DIVIDED profits, aoo.ooo promrtlr oMained In all countries OMNOrBC. TRAO(-MRUareaU and Copyrights regis. Ulrrad. Hend Sketch, Model or l'lioto, for patentability. Patent mil MPOKT onBMK I riKIMOIS. pract-Ic- e eicloslrely. pena i rents in vamps ror inrainame nook on HOW TO OITXlN and SILL PATINTS, Whtrlj ones will pay. How to net a partner, patent law and other Taloable Information. THE GunHetal, Patent Winchester Bank, $ Leather, Tans, Ol' WlNCHHTKK. KY. D. 303 Seventh St., Washington, SWIFT & CO. PATBNT LAWYERS. D. C. in Lace and Button for Men and Hoys, Ladies, Misses nnd Children nt popular prices. You ure invited to cnll and see them and get our X. IIor.r.Y WITIIKH8POON', PlIKS. W. U. Sl'IIAII, ; a Xi OASIIIKU. YOUIi ACOOUNTH SOLICITED prices before you buy. t Mrs. J. W. SWEET CLOVER A "rent fertilizer, and a hardy vigorous forage plant for hay and pasture Will grow in any Foil, Can be sown, even in rocky places. with spring on if, or sown alone in May for meadow, and sown in with corn at the last cultivation. Prices of weed, and circular how to crow it sent on rwjuest. BOKHARA SEED CO., Falmouth, Ky. Hox il'J. Williams, Clay City, Ky. Effective November 35, 1912. busy. "I Dr. Miles' Anti-Pai- n Pills Lexington and Eastern Railway Company. WESTERN DIVISION. No. . Daily I'. M. 1 will help you, as they OVER 6R YEARS' EXPERIENCE have helped others. of pain. Kat iiouml Ky. Lexington, Winchester. h. & H. .Timet. Ch.y City. Campton Janet Torrent. lS'ttyWIleJunet Atliol, K. Junct. .luckxim, Oiiickxiiud, .& No. 4. A :3" 2:17 2:35 II (J."i 3:47 4:01 1 Daily M. 7:20 S:( 8:18 80 0:27 0:41 10 1H Trade Marks Anrona tenillntr .ketch and deaeiinllon may ntitcMr lucertnlii our opinion freo wliptlier an liifoiilloii uprobnlilr rnlentalilA. Conimunlra. llniiiHirlctlrconllileiithil. HAN0B00K on I'ateuli unt free. Oldest aiinncr f or eecurhiit unteuia. l'uteuta taken tnrouuli Jluuii A Co. reoelTe ijitclul nttct, wll liout chamo, lu tue nnguuira Alt. Good for all kinds Used to relieve Neuralgia, Headache, Nervousness, Rheumatism, Sciatica, Kidney Pains, Lumbago, Ataxia, Backache, Locomotor Stomachache, Carsickness, Irritability and for pain in any part of the body. "I liave always been subject to neuralgia and hnve suffered from It tor years. While vtsltlnc; my son Antl-Pal- :25 4 r:l!i r:2 No. I. D.dly A. M. :.i.) :2 10:30 10:37 11 ScicMif ic American. Ahandiomelrlllniitraled weeklr. I.nmeit clr. ciiiatloii of anr 'lontlilo jniirniil. 0'ermi, 13 a yeur: four niontlis, 1. Sold by all newsdealers. .(fl :2-- Weft Hound iiiii'l;siml, Jackson. Athol, O. & K. II No. 3. Daily I'. M. and sutTerlng from one ot the old attacks, lie brought me a box of n PI1U. I uied Dr. Miles' them as directed and after taking them it was Hie first time In years the neuralgia ceased from the use of medicine." MUS. K. C. HOWARD, 402 Greene St., Dowaglac, Mich. At all druggists. 25 dotes 23c. MILCS MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind. Ky. 1 :2." :A7 1:10 1 'i:IO .':! II Janet. 0:l).l :2"i -- l 0M3 7:10 7:.'1 h :''."j 8:."i0 Torrent, ('iiumton Janet, Clay City, i(-- 10. Winclii'i-ter- , irttyvilleJunet I.. 2 22 2:'5T 3:12 3 :'!() I Young Women Read what Cardui did for Miss Myria Engler, of Faribault, Minn. She says: "Let me tell you how much good Cardui has done me. As a young girl, I always had . to suffer so much with all kind of pain. Sometimes, I was so weak that I could hardly stand on my feet I got a soon as I had bottle of Cardui, at the drug store, and I began to feel better. taken a few doses, Today, I feel as well as anyone can." Junct. 4:37 :fi Lexington, 4:W) 6 :35 p EASTERN DIVISION West hound Kast linuud No. 1). No. 10. DAILY DAILY 10 v..Sun, Hx. Sun. 3:40ii.iii 7:20 a.iii. Jackson, in. 1 -- v r - lift'lo T:ir" " S:20" i:18" " "ii (I :00 ' p. 111. " Ilmhlix, Whick. " Krypton, iiazuru, WhitesburK' .Mclieberts..' Jy. 8:151 .,.,.. :12 " 12: " S:I0m.iii 7:00" " 0" "" AND HABIET FKICB HIDES IMHEST kaw rm ros MlttS.rura AND WoolCcniratelflti. Writs for prico-lj- t men t loalni: Ujb J CON.NHOTIONS. Le.lnKlon : Tiuln No. I will make eon- nei tliia Willi the J.u. X. at i.uxii (iioii for Li uihVille. Ky Tiuln No. 3 will iniike connection with L.ix N. nj for Ciiiclniiati, O. Cainpion Jiim t. Trains Nos, 1,2.3 nnd 4 will make with iliiuiitiiin L'eiilrul Ity. ui and from'uinpton. UoaltyWIIeJunct. Trains Nos. I, 2 and 3 will uiiike connection with the L. i A - Hiillwuy for lieulty ville, Ky. O. A K, Junct. Trains No. Udaily and No. 4 dally except Sun. will make witli the Ohio & Kentucky Itv for Cniuiel City and O. A K. stations. n . r Cardui WomaiftTonic Are you a woman ? Then you are subject to a large number of troubles and irregularities, peculiar to women, which, in time, often lead to more serious trouble. A tonic is needed to help you over the hard places, to relieve weakness, headache, and other unnecessary pains, k. the signs of weak nerves and For a tonic, take Cardui, the woman's tonic. You will never regret it, for it will certainly help yott Ask your druggist about it. He knows. He sells it over-wor- Win-ehest- er fcr Units! iMtrmUtm. tnd WrUt to: Ladies' Advisory Dept. Chtttinoon Medicine Co.. Chjttanoojo, Term., book. Howe Treatment lor Wasxu," scut Irec. J it tt.T.HM WHITE L CO.. LrOUiau.l.nu I&e. Ur. .Miles' Aiitl.l'ain-l'li- fur ull imIh