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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): December 26, 1912 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1912 cla1912122601_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 26, 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 8I.00 a Year in Advanw. 1 LAl CITY TIMES l We are here lo help jjUy City, the Snrroaniing Country and Ourselves. .1. E. Burgher, Publisher. ""VOL. XVII. CLAY CITY. . ifex. THURSDAY, DECEMBER . I'' 20, 1912. NO. 52 . .. 8TANT0II COLLEGE Offers Unparalleled Advantages Tb The Young People To Get An Education. n . For Information, Address REV. J. C. HAN LEY, President, STANTON, KY. Volume XVIII, This is the liwt issue of volume seventeen as well as the last issue of the year. Since the first issue in January after .we came to Clay City we have not missed an issue. We have now been publishing the Times for seventeen years and from point of service are the oldest newspaper man on the same paper in this und many adjoining counties. Editor Spencer Cooper of the famous Hazel Green Herald being This one of our few seniors. does not mean, however, that the editor is an overly old man being yet in his thirties. Dies From Rat Bite. J. M. Pieratt died at Mt. Sterling from blood poisoning resulting from a rat bite three monthB ago. His nurse last week contracted blood poison from attend- inc. ma ana .ttiaB coop io uer cattle wexeoffered. A Word to the Young Men. White Christmas. Youb? man of Clay City and Snow began falling Monday afternoon and coutinued to fall Powell c ounty if you see a peroid until some time in the night, of idle.time staring you in the covering the ground with about face, fltbf) for a moment and look six inches of the beautiful white around.you. See who your idle to assist in the Christmas decora- companions will be, then look a tions. It is extremely joyful to little further and see who the the young boys and girl6, and employe'd will be. Then decide with a little more cold the ice with which aggregation you dewill be frozen so as to admit sire to cast your lot. You will nee skating, then they will be in their theyouhgmnn who is industrious glory, with an ideal Christmar and qualified for business employto enjoy. ed, but at the same time you will find the;; indolent and aimless Maay Go To Winchester. youths loafing and complaining Several from Clay City went to of nothing to do. Wneu you find Winchester Monday, some shop- this to be the case, as you are ping, some to attend the stock sure to f&d it, make a decision sales and others to lay in their supthat youjwill in the future be one ply of Christmas liquor., In all of boys itith a job, or better still, liues trade was good, especially have a bfsiness of your own. If the liquor line. Thecattle trade your arrftitions lead you to some was also very fine, and prices ran occupation or. business for which from 5c to 6J cents. But few you real io you are not' nowqual- - Dlssatlfactlon with Railroad. Citizens in that section of Clark county through which the L. & N. railroad is building are in their censure for the way the company has, in a measure confiscated the public highways. Last Saturday 0. C. Todd a citizen, was driving with his wife from Winchester when they met some of 'the machinery of the company. They cautiously drove to one side of the pike, it is alleged, but for the want of the proper precaution on the part of the operators of the machinery, his horse became frightened and overturned the buggy, breaking Mr. Todd's collar bone and slightly iujuring Mrs. Todd. Mr. Todd is a native of this county and has many relatives who greatly sympathize with him in his injury. out-speken well-know- n Stanley For Senator. Owsley Stanley has announced for the United States Senate to succeed Bradley. In his announcement Mr. Stanley wields some deep under cuts into his opponBeckham. The ent, Times will support no candidate for a Democratic nomination who first, assails his opponent. Ed Neal, who has been in Lexington for treatment for several weeks, has returned to Clay City without any improvement in his condition. He is not expected to live but a short time. Robert Terry and Miss Rose were married at or near the residence of the bride's brother, A. H. Rose, near .Tuesday the 17th inst, Eld. A. Easter officiating. Mr. anMrt?tJha.---Dlcjnio- Ar-gyl- e, BaIlimirevf6r',:J8piaT ud.motA,ot r,nem were oi a very treatment. grade. Thev were readily posed of. iiuenur fy yourself for that business. disThe writer believes that no person , Another murder was perpeHarry Shattuck and family, of trated in Clark county at a construction camp of the L. & N. Bowling Green, came in Monday railroad now building from Ir- to visit Judge and Mrs. W. T. vine to Winchester, Saturday Adams. night. Mrs. A. M. Burgher and little son, Shelby, spent Saturday in We wish all our readers a mer- Lexington. ry Christmu8 and a most happv and prosperous New Year, and Mrs. Edward Hose is spending so live as to merit the the holidays with her sister at may-'thesame. Covington. y We are showing an Elegant Line of should try to follow any occupation or business 6imply for the money there is iu the job. The individual should have an interest iu aud a love for their business, occupation or profession, aud we further believe that without a love for your business and a deep interest in the same, nothing but failure awaits you. If you are oue of that large number that lids uo choice of occupation, remember that you must choose something sooner or later, aud settle upon that oue thing or be classed as a loafer or common laborer. In such cases we would TirtTsiiow irtjTctf ttinuP$fBf"'!Dt' of the week will relieve the of Ashland, are spending the hol- drouth, the ground in fact having sdays with relatives iu this city. never been thoroughly wet. The Tom Williams, of Big Stone snow will also be fine on the Gap, Va. visited his uncle, W. wheat, which in this state was in K. Cassidy, last week. bad condition, the average per cent, being but eighty, the lowest Elder A. Easter left Monday of any other State in the Uuion, the 2Urd to spend the holiday? and the lowest for Kentucky in with his daughter aud family at a number of years. Fernhank, O. -- v ' BBS SB WALDRON & JOHNSON, Waltersville, Ky. We carry a full line of General Merchandise and " FALL AND WINTER GOODS Including Cloaks and Wraps to fit you and your pocketbook. aSB2 Ladies' Suits, Millinery, and etc. MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING When you want any kind of Merchandise, think of advise the undecided vounsr char acters to follow soinethiug uutilj they have secured enough money to go to some good school like the Stautou College and proceed to better equip themselves for something they may later choose to follow, and if they never find an occupation to follow, as a loafer they will find some consolation in being an educated loafer and at the same time have an accom plishment of which you willl be proud. The chanceSj however, are selling, the goods to our large trade and they tell us they are Saving Money. You can do the same thing. are that with an education you will uever be a loafer, as but few of this kind can be found. The article on the 4th page of this issue titled "Bob White" aud signed H. S. II. is from the pen .of Hubert S. Russell the six- teeu year old son of F. B. Rub- sell, president of the Clay City National Bank. This article is If yon arc not ulready one of our many pleased customers, come round 'uinc day and give our place a SHIMFESSEL'S and give us the opportunity to please you as we i look through and let w price you sonic of our goods. They wlllopen your eyetftoan opportunity. have been dome tor so manv vears Da St with satisfaction both to you and ourselves. Everything to Please the Customer reproduced pom the "Cadet" the official oflgau of the military school at Colimbial Tenn. which the lad is attending. This article was givei considerable promThe inence in tiw magazine, writing in fall, would be a credit to most .boyillmany years Ho bart's teaior Send Us Your Orders over telephone, by messenger or otherwise and if you live in Clay City or near our store we ill "deliver the goods'' j -- THE TIMES." rnnLisnjip vkkt thCksdat. Subscription rates SI a j eur or three vears in advance $2. J. E. Burgher, Publisher. Entered as second-clas- s mail matter. Dec. 20, 1J12 Thursday. CLUB KATES. For the convenience of bur subscribers, we have arranged club rates with, the allowing papers at pricee tjelow inenttoned : The Times and Courier-Jouri- 1.0U " " " Cincinnati Enquirer l.iO Louisville Herald 90 Home and Farm 76 I innd Farmer 1.00 American Farmer 90 Southern Agriculturist 75 EXTENSION. ble. If possible, accompany Insects with your inquiries. Twigs suspected of being Infested with San Jose scale may bo sent. Care should be taken to wrap the t wips securely so as to avoid dan-ge- n of spread the pest, about. All packages should have the name and address of the sender plainly marked on the outside. Persons who especially desire to have their orchards inspected should make request as soon as possible and we will attend to it when we can. There is but one inspector for the State, and for this reason it will be impossible to answer all calls promptly. J. H. Uarmody, . Extension Division ' vited to correspond with us at to run the'government will not months, nt tho Court House door, Cure is taken Internally, acting diany time and to send in speci- permit a lower reduction in the Htnnton, Ky., the property mentioned rectly upon the blood and mucous in the judgment, surfaces of the system thereby mens of insects when practica- tariff than is contemplated. Situated on Frazler's hrnnch, In t: New Year resolutions are ns easily broken as made, there fore to make good your resolu tions don't make any except. those that will be a pleasure to perform. We will drift to our wishes in most everything. Or at least as far in that direction as it is possible to go. The best resolutiqn we can make is to resolve to try to direct our lives in the path of honest living ami dealing with. all men. But little trouble arises from an honest soul. Compliment the Times this week. Out. two days early and all the job work up. We've got Kentucky Experiment Station, "Christinas iu ow heel" and by Powell county, Ky. nnd bounded by the lands of Wed en Pntton, K. More-heaDaniel Townsend, Mrs. Frnzier and Daggle Tnwnxcnd nnd containing 100 acres more or less or sufllclcnt thereof to produce $217 60, so ordered to be made. Tho purchaser will bo required to give bond, with approved security, for the payment of tho purchase money, to have tho forco and effect of a replevin bond, bearing legal Interest from the day of salo, according to law. Bidders will bo prepared to comply with these terms. A lien will be retained on the land sold till all the purchase money is paid. Bond payable to Commissioner. KOMULUS JACKSON, Master Commissioner Powell O. C. d, the foundation of the disgiving the patient ease, and strength by building up the constitute and assisting nature in doing its work. Tho t roprietor have so much faith in its curative powers that they olfcr One .Hundred Dollars for any. case that It fniU to cure. Send for list of te titnoniuls. Address: F. J. Cheney & Co.. Toledo, O. b'y Druggists, 75c. Fold Take Hnll's Family Pills ".for dv. constipation Lexington, ky. been proven that there practically no industry in this Assistance for Kentucky Orchardlsts. country that really needs the benefits of a protective 'urilt' as those Upon many Kentucky farms who are clamoring for the bene-fit- s are mature apple and peach or of protection arc selling their chards that have been neglected troods in the foreign countries Powell Circuit Court. for many years and have produc where of course they have to comed no income further than an oc pete with the foreign nniuufuc-ture- John D. Atkinson. Plaintiff, casional small crop of uncertain versus and if they can pay the Defendant. quality. With a little invest freight across the ocean, and ltcx It. Bowen, Notice of siale in Kpuity. ment and a little work at the meet the foreigner and undersell of a judgment and order proper time, a treat- many of him on his own ground, he cer- of By virtuethe Powell Circuit Court, sale of these orchards can be made to tainly needs no protection iu rendered at the Nov. Term, 1012 return a cash income that will be competing with the foreigner at thereof in the. above cause, the under ail important item in the farm e- - home; The Democrats are going signed will on the 6th day of January , 1 thereabout, conomy. to end the humbugory of protec- 1013, at o'clock p. m., or proceed (being Court Day,) I as Com. to For the most part, the commer tion and.it is regretted that the offer for sale at Public Auction to the i. cial orchards' of the State are1 now fcivpnecesBiiy ior revenue wnn wnicn highest bidder, on a credit of ix being sprayed. On the other hind the) small home orchards that receive this attention are ex ceptions rather than the rule Oil account of the lack of know. ledge of the proper means to ap ply in combating the common or Be botH willing and able at all times to extend your 'chard pleats, many' orchardists have come to believe that fruit such accommodations as, your business justifies. growing is not a profitable busi Ask the experience of your friends who have carried ness. Under the conditions pre vailing orchards this is a their accounts with the CLAY CITY NATIONperfectly correct conclusion. AL BANK during the past twenty-thre- e years. The prevalance 'of San Jose scale in all parts of the State,-and the great harm that it does before being discovered by the" grower, plainly indicates the ne CLAY CITY, KENTUCKY. cessity of careful inspection of the orchards of the State. The Horticultural Department of the Kentucky Experiment Station, recognizing the importance of fruit growing to the State, desires to assist our fruit AGRICULTURAL It has is $iop Reward, $ioo. The readers of this paper will be nleiii-eto learn that there i at j. .j j .i the time our readers are perns-in- iifum. uue ureitiieu uiBenoe Vu. rui- iimu t hi s we'll be carving a fat euce bus been able to cure in till its turkey, the first we've had tor ntuges, and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only positive years. cur- - i.ow known to the medical fraHurrah for Wilson ! ternity. Catarrh tteini; a contitu-tinnidistune, require a constituCommissioner's Sale. tional tieiituient. Hull's (5'itarrli d g 'I RICHMOND. KY. iti KTiVl mm tf &ofcoli A Training HUMEQ tlftnttc. f cui..r. Jo School for Teachers RaarstM liullif In KliMnenUrr. 8Ut Of IitertsMdUtl Lira au rrn.tit Tklld la Xntockr. Sfwct Coartt, TuktoufrMtaAp Thlrt J.a.-- t tl Term 0BABBB, rnMenU, r, - - ...... Little Stockings and Big Stockings will be more generously filled this Christmas than ever and our Holiday Stock affords an opportunity to fill them with the most attractive and useful things. There's Dolls and Toys, China and Glass, Jewelry, Watches, Bracelets, Rings, Furs, Cloaks, Ribbons and Laces, Fine Hosiery, Gloves, Suspenders, Sox, Ties and a world of things too numerous to mention. Your Bank Mu y Clay City National Bank, gro wers to discover serious insect pests if they are pretest and to give timely suggestions for the treatment'of trees before they are permanently injnred. The Department has provided for the employment of an assistant, w'hb is to be especially assigned to the Work of inspecting orchards. If San Jose scale or any other serious orchard pest is found' upon inspection, the grower is taught to know it and the methods of controlling it are fully explained. Suggestions will also be given along the lines of pruning and cultivation of or chards. Later on the Depart ment plans to hold public spray ing and pruning demonstrations throughout the various fruit growing sections. The Horticultural Department desires the' names and addresses of all men interested in fruit growing throughout the State, in order that wo may send the pub. lications that are issued, and in order that we may inspect their orchards when practicable. AIbo send names of your acquaintam cea who are likewise interested, livery person, iu the State is in , -- PUBLIC NOTICE. take this method of further extending an invitation to the buying .public to come to pur store and get thek sup-plie- MRS. J. W. WILLIAMS. s. For several weeks we have been supplying, many customers in this vicinity with what they need at a great saving of money. Now that we are flatted, we want .to still further. extend our trade Our one great is - ,. appeal, (or your trade i Low Prices on what you to eat and wear. our price on four staple must have We are save going to give you USE HOPE & MILLS IT RISES AWAYJABOVE all other brands of flour with the who loves good bread when she tint-- tin l'EAKL flour. Its uniform quail' ty and excellence hover disappoints her. It is the bust nil around flour on the market and gives tour bfei.d that tempting and deHoioiis tfuvOi' that always delights the 'nVer of good bread when yoti u?" tlu l'EAKL uf. hoiiiM-wife articles to just show you how we can you money: Brfl Patent Flour Made, Granulated Sugar, -- $3.10 per cwt. t 6 cts. per h.y $5.75. verythkjin Give us a teal. hotue-Hind- u p - -Meat and Lard, Laid in 50 pound carts, These are only fair samples of other prices, the house is sold at the same low price. H. G. CRABTREE & COMPANY. Made I ! by J. ANDREW CAIN, Versailles, Ky, .THE TIMES. A ' ' HOME-MADE PAPER. DEC. 2(i, J012 "'it fi v THURSDAY, LOCAL BREVITIES. Christ it The burdens n woman ha to carry through life are many but thty cm bo Horn, to the wife of John 1 lightened if the will loothmj Uline, in tins city, a sonj 111 ltrenAthenintf nervine turn to Dr. l'feree's Favorite Preicription. A hysteria, tod subduing nervous excitability, prostration, and the many symptoms which may be caused by distressing ills peculiar twelfth hour the of the A new kind of tobacco planted For those " drawing-dow" pains or distress and for the derangeot to women. irregularities the " Favorite Prescription " has had many tuousonds of night, the twelth day ments and by Let ton Vimout, of near Mil- testimonials from peoplo living in every part of America. Another important the twelfth mouth of .the lersburir, Bourbon county, on '2 twolfth year of tho century, as thing to retry woman is that tin's medicine is made from efficient medicinal roots, without the use any injurious agents. acres of ground yielded il.800 the thermometer stood at twelve ents given on ol alcohol, narcotics, or to by Dr. R. V. Pierce Full listisof ,ingrediand sworn who President pounds and sold'at an average of abovo zero. Tlie woy weighed ot the Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute, at Boffalo, N. Y. Every woman is invited to write to this Institute id $20 per hundred, or $772 for t!o receive confidential and sound radical advice, entire) twelve pounds. Mt. Sterling without cost from one who makes the diseases of women 24 acres, or $3113.11 per acre. Gazette n . bottle-wrapp- Mrs. Carrie Groves, of Cincin nnti. Ohio, is visiting Iter moth er, Mrs. Jennie Kussull. Very' fluch Twelfthed. WOMAN'S TROJLS. 1 'A Foils A Foul Plot. little babe in n manger lay, Jfone other so meek and lowly. When a shameful plot existe be- The proud, the huughty cannot live tween liver and bowels to cause die their way And in tli end enter thnt home of tress by refusing to act, take Dr. Klory. King's New Life Pills, and end Lot sweet sunbeams from out yon shine, such abuse of your system. They And ro this very CliritUnins morn ently compel right action of stomWnit not for Home Inter time ach, liver and bowels, and restore To make happy some child ns lowly your health and all good feelings. burn. 25c at all dealers. Adv. Mrs. T. G. White visited her Taken up Estray. sistor, Mrs. Jones, in Lexington There came to my place in thic a few days this week. city Saturday, December 14th a Mrs. Win. U. Murin nnd son, stray ram sheep ner can have Shell)', spent Thursday and Fri- same by proving property, and pay day with relatives in the county ing charges including payment for near Vinton. this notice Ellen Judy. Drives Off a Terror. Dr. Oh br. B Dickson will be at the lied River Hotel this city for few days, beginning December 2Gth to practice .1 Commissioner's Sale. The chief executioner of death in the winter nnd spring months is pneumonia. I(s advance agents are colds and grip. In any attack ly one of th'.se maladies no time should be lost in taking the best medicine obtainable to drive it off Countless thousands have found this to be Dr. King's New Discovery. ,4My husband believes it has kept him from having pneumonia three cr four times," writes Mrs. George W. Place, Rawsouville, Vt., md for coughs, colds and croup we nave never found its equal. " Guaranteed for all bronchial affections. Price CO cts. and $1 00. Tri-a- l bottle free at all dealers. Adv. Kas. Moebzlz. his specialty. "I can cheerfully rrvommond vnnr remedies. Mttfclallv your ' Favorlto for nlffmiln i! isnnlnr." wrl(i Mils. M. M. Monnnuof Muff City, Tonn., Itouto 2. "During uni pass erven years 1 suiierru irom pains in tno tiacKancl ovaries. Tried ninny remedies but found only transient, relief until I was persuaded by a friend to try Dr. Pierce's recrlptfon. After Riving this remody a fair trial. J avorlto that, It would do just what It Is recommended to I found do. I used In all seven battles. I cannot speak too highly of Dr. Plerco's remedies for all femalo derangements." Dr. Pierce' p?r-- " re&aiate liver Ilia. 1 rnct3 When in Need of Builder's Hardware, Cabinet Mantles, Grates, Tiles, Powell Circuit Court. Y SHIPP'S QUICK-RELIE- F The city school is closed for the Sylvia Russell, Plaintiffs, versus week and none can enjoy ChristDefendants. mas so well as the average W. S. Rogers etc., Notice of Sale in Equity. school hoy. By virtue of a judgment and order of P . Hale died at Hamilton sale of the Powell Circuit Court, ren Ohio lust week ayed 07 years. dered at the Nov. term, 1012, there of in the above cause, the underMr Hale formerly lived in this signed will on the 6th day of Jan. city and conducted a grocery 1013. at 1 o'clock p 111., or thereabout. LINIMENT. This is the liniment the people are Cooking or Heating Go to or Write Stoves, talking about. the most wonderful remedy for relieving pain I have ever uged. Capt. Anderson Berry, Lexington, Ky. I used this liniment and the pain and soreness disappeared like magic. Jailer V. T. Ballenger, Lexington, Ky. For relieving aches and pains this linimentbeats anything I ever saw. J. II. Letton, Lexington, Ky. It is the only remedy I have found that has given me any relief since I was puruiizea lour years ago Mrs. Busan Welborn, Newburg, Ind. If it fails to relieve any pain in any part of the body in fifteen minutes, ask for your money back. SOLD BY ALL LEADING DRUGGISTS. It is store. The Morganfield town council has passed an ordinance imposing u fine of $10 on uny. one who engages in the "turkey trot', "bun ny hug", "bearcat", or otherlike lewd and lascivious dances. Benjamin SeWell has disposed of the Campton Courier to R. L. "Bailey. Mr. Bailey, judging from the iirst issue under his iminugf-nieut- , is just the man to keep tlie pnper up to its present hitili standard. Famous Stage Beauties look with horror On Skin Eruptions Blotches, Sores or Pimples. They don't have them, nor will uny one, who uses liuuklen's Arnica Sulve, It glorifies the face. Eczema or Salt Rheum vanish before.it. It cures sore lips, chapped hands, chilblains', heals burns, cuts and bruise's, Uneijualed for piles. Only 25c ut ull dealers. Adv. (beingCourt Daj ,) I as Com proceed to offer for sale at Public Auction to the highest bidder, on a credit of six months, at the Court House door, Stanton. Ky., the property mentioned in the judgment, All that tract or parcel of land situ ated on the waters of Red river.in boid county and bounded on the East by the lands of II. G. Walters on the North by the lands of Miss Millie Skinner on the AVest and Sontli by the lands of 9, V. Russell mid being the same property purrhiiBfd by defendant from Clay nnd AV F. Striugcr or sufficient thereof to produce $:G 35, so ordered to be made. Hie purchaser will be required to give bond, security, for the paynient of the purchase money, to have the force nnd effect of a Replevin Bond, hearing lejrnl interest from the day of sale, according to law. Bidders will be prepared to comply with these terms. A lien will be retained on the property sold till all the purchase money is paid. Bond payable to Commissioner. ROMULUS JACKSON, Master Com'r Powell Circuit Court. to-w- it: Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, Winchester, - Ky. Come Right Along and get your share of Fall and Winter the beautiful holiday spread at this wonderful store. A visit here will be as good as a Goods. Hardwick & Co. Our Fall nnd Winter Goods are in. We cordially invite you to cali and see t)ietn. We will make it to your interest to do your dealing with us, by giving you more for your money than you can get elsewhere. And besides, think we have every thing you want. We can not mention here everything that we handle, but want to call your attention to the following lines, that we are anxious for you to get acquainted with. Hart, . , ' 5 Old father time rounds out an- nillikan Business School, LEXINGTON, KY. other yeur this week. The question is how Imvo we spout the year. ' If it has not been well BOOKKEEPINQ, SHORTHAND, spent we ctwinut remedy it, hut TYPEWRITING. we can make amends by doing better in 1WI than we have done This school has turned out him in li 2. dreds of men and women who aro successes. It will make ' Our merchants have apparenta success of you. ly done a good business this time. looks o ureal deal better to us It to see people leaving town witli Write for Catalogue. bundles of dry goods and puck-ugof provisions than to leuve with two jugs or buttles in their pockets uud reuling'us they go. An? ache or nain in nnv part of the Could Shout for Joy. body can be, .relieved wjth Shlpp's jLinimont. If "I wuutto thank you from the1 QuIck'Rcliof the purchase$100 rewardnot price 1s it fulls and bottom of uiy heurt,'" wrote C B.. refunded. Try it and see. 60c At All Barter, of Lewisburg, W, V., ''for Druggists. the. wonderful double benefit 1 yot from Electric Biuorp, In curing e of both u severe case of stomach trouble .and of rheuniuiisin, from which I )n(l heen an almost help-les- s Bull'erur for teu years. It suit-- , my. case ok though wade Just for ed We Ull votibow. inlMrbet market . ,liu....it.KlLI.I rj-. Hie." For tlyqpepaiu,, indigestion, 11... I ill IWi andean tlo BUrVuK for you a net to rid the system 'of jaundice, zc!H or .cumraiwiuu Iiuiiu Kfrrucestiy bank in Lou- kidney poisuim that cause rliemua-.tisiiE(t'pUic Bltteis have no equal. M. SABEL & SONS' HUMI H f: Jt S- 13UISIIIU, IT. Try them. Every bottle is. guaranUfir in run, niucs, nuul Only 50 cents at teed to satisfy. all dealers.- - Adv. ci trip to a The World's Fair, and much more profitable. more you buy the more you'll save, and your money will do ble duty. tion. X-m- as dou- Too many Stop that Ache! pretty things to men Come and see. Schaffner und Marx Clothing for Men, also Huert brand Clothing. "Queen Quality" and uHoston Favorite" Shoes for Women, "Walk-Over- . " Shoes for Men, 'Astor" brand Hats for Men and Hoys. See our uoods and get our price when in need of Women's, Misses' and Chil- 111 MONEYM HE MRS. J.W.WILLIAMS CLAJdTY, KY. r Hats, Coats, Raincoats and etc., dren's Men's Raincoats, Hunting Coats, leuther and rubber Foot ready-to-wea- Weur, Staple and Dress Caps, Trousers, and etc. In fact see us for any thing you need, and let us show you that wo cuh save you money. i, I- Hardwick & Co., Stanton. Bob White. Two .vots uyn I ppent five or six months on tho Kentucky just across from Irvine or Esn-o- little ones r, till Sprrigs. Tliiylittle place in which I whs staving was culled Wisemantown, !iittlo burg of about, twelvt' nouses with a store and postoflice combined. - About three quarters of a millbuck in the direction of Station Damp creek, my father hud u stave mill, and, situated some six hundred yards up the slope of the hill stood the otlice and house of my uncle. One day ns I was sitting on the my thoughts drifting and been a good one. a sort of keepiln: time with the The mother, after looking carepulling of the engine, 1 was start fully to see that they were nil is useful is doub y led from my reverie by tin1 cull there, led them to a little buckle-berr- v A tim ot "Bob. White" " patch not far from the appreciated 1 looked up and not fifteen teet nest, and there met Air Quail. can be away perched on the fence, Isav I left them there enjoying and useful u proud and beuutifiil cock quail. their meal together and diij noi Hi rue times he repeated his see them again until next winter, found for ever member call and then waited alert and but you maybe sure I had some of your family in our elBi tell live. good hunting out of that covey. H. S. R. hum awayolF in thedistance line of i. uiie lie answer of his mate. Farm For Sale. A iihii or quail heurd the call of of pracitcally level 125 acre ho- eetheiu t he jumped down Ji n i.e tence and started on farminir land, just rolling euoug to draiwel'. About half of this farm tn inn. is of h good heavy black crn .and A- - 1 hiiil ulwaat, been ieterest in hive a Hairs, even in bird wheat land and the rest is of u sanGome some convenient mine;., I followed this proud dy; loam and bringw good grass and ) und is no mostly r, us best I could, tn a little other products, evening and see the vimkU, Inn the gruss was more set in blue grabs. Most of this farm t n six inches high and thick has been set in grass for a number many and prices. umi in it I lost him. I stood very of years and is in a tine shape for M ill lor it little while and listen- - cultivation, und is located on the y I heard the call, public road that leadr, from Irvine this time the call of the to All. Sterling and also on the .i'ii, Thin place in. He mi nod then the answer south by puhlie road has on it a good dwelling ot seven i ner lover. i ixeii quieily ucross the rooms, veianda and porch, spleii (Hue "it the other side of Old well and milk house ngnt ut the w..i n small grave yard. door, 1 chicken bouse, 1 buggy Lixii;., .iii. at me carefully for imuse, corn eril), 1 barn, good Clay City, n i f - 1 saw, outing on blucksmllli cliiip- and all other lieu essury outbuildings, about d acres ii. i.. umi dirt, with a i the tvvu birds ill orchard, and in in elmut naif i - ...ei tier They sat mile to two churches, uii.nit iiUmds Effective November 35, 191a. and '6b rods bo eueh other for ii gnoii public in pnstotlice, general stoie mid Ala- - Lexington and 'i iiimi ineilier i he mh.Ic LiOllge; In about 4 miles of in- - :r.n-Ke ii in. and Railway Company. I'll if tuna i& .. Ii inr u Miitalile town und railrnud I.ir lllelr nesi. .pleiidiiil loc.iied .iini is surround WESTERN DIVISION. lii h) as high mm respict.niie lami No. J. lieu l he gill. mi grooiu hud in- No. 4. l;nily Daily East Hound ei- p and lli'.- - a.-- can lie tnUlni In lie foin.ll A. M. M. P. u nice li.ed Iheiii 7':2() mi lie heem-.i.- tint allele unu ,ti.i inn 1 :3.r Ky. LoxiiiKton, i.e utviier 2:17 e 8:03 Winchester, ivi lerliulf lo cnl l.ullle for ,tU i.lie 8:1S L &K. Jnnct. 2:3.i CllO.'Miir Iter-'- lina urgeut leasnns lui euuwiu g 3:05 8:M Clay City. l una into ea-- li t., I) :27 iiiiim Cuinpton Junct self. hie nem nil iiv- -i this 3:4: 0:41 Torrent. 4:0. verx ciiieio i nl Uuail deem eaie ot Some 10 (K 4 :25 H'ttyville Junct , .iliuul i la lliaue 10:30 frills i he u luii, 4 :.V ed mi Athol. oin ii i it 10:57 O. & K. Junct. prettiest and loum-s- t I'tiei. I im hut nice can tic rilu Ini .i term r:19C:2.Inckson, m hiiupin:: of years ll.r ItuMiii.ililc r.ur ill iii they stalled in. (julcksnnd. 11:25 No. 3. his .1111 - gnlll. I" sell No. 1. the grni--s lino . perlecl lie ..hi UTent; Dully Didly Vut Hound it uhs not long until t lit- - had u at a hargain to m.iii .m , mu ...v A. M. 1. M. bean t it ul home. Then they Hew one seeking a farm of this descrip :2fi K.v. tiuicksiiiul. I :U1 0:35 Jucknon. away and I went buck to the tinn can call on or write to 1:57 ft: 10 0.& K. Junct. .1 .o house not in ret ii rit for t wo e H. A. Kerby, sipout Spring, Ky, 5:35 Athol. 2:ftT 6:03 H'ttyville Junct veilings. 3:12 6:25 Torrent, I arrived just in time to see Cumpton Junct. d:43 3:30 4:(Vi 7:10 Clay City, Mrs. Quail leave the nest, so I 4 :37 I.. & Ii. .Iunct. 7:51 walked over and took u peep and 8:05 WiiHihestur, 4:50 8 :5(l Lexington, 5:35 what do you think 1 saw? Two I v:-tiny white eggs, shuped like that .i .1 EASTERN DIVISION Frk !i t' .a of a guinea, but the shell not Woat hound East bound or , iu , . in. Call's No. If. No. 10. hulf so hard. .liable Fashion Guido ii DAILY DAILY mo'iiiil mono miluon ouubundriU I watched this nest every du Ex.,Sun. Ex. Sun. Uisides showthousand bonus until there were fifteen eggs, und 7:20 11.111. Juuku, Ky. 3:40 p.m. ing II tho latest designs of McCall 3:15- - " 7:45 " " Ilmldlx, Patterns, eaclu i.suc is brimful of then did ::ot return tor another 2:10" " Situ' '" Whick. i trUin& slio t fit ries and helpful " Krypton, week. When I did return I fouun :12" " 0:18" i .formation for women. " " Hazard. 10:WI Snro Moaar and Kcp to Strlo ly nth. the nest just as 1 had left it; HilOii.in. 2 ;.'( p. HI. Whithunj" I': .j. iB lor McCaU'i iUsirii.o ai uncc. Colli noteing had molested it and the 7:00" " Mcl'ohortit." 'r 4:00" t cnts a yir. litrludiux any one cl i.i iv.turiU'd McCall I'jiuruj fico. mother was sitting on the egg-iFl3"iII Pttern Ld all dllicrt In lr, CONNECTIONS. , u.imliiiiy, rLc.ni.my ind number iJJ. perfect happiness. Lo.xiiiKlon : Train No. will 11111K0 con'or ilcalrrt tt McCall I'4tMrn tlun njr tjlivrlwuin4kcsi'iinl ilucd. Nonc higher irun nection with tho L N. at Loxincmn After a lew duys passed from t'cuts. jjf Uvm your dealer, or by mail from for Louisville, Ky Train No. 3 the tiiuit of hatching I went back limkc eoimeeliiiii with L. t N. ut Win- McCALL'S MAGAZINE chi'KtiM- for Cincinnati'. O. creeping through the bushes very JT 1.246 W. 37lb St., NowYorlc City Ciiiiipton Junct. Truiimoti. 1.2,.'liiuil Ml 4pl caiitiDuly, so us not to frighten ft IWimi 4 will make connection with .nonnliiln Central Ity. In and from Cainptoii. tin old or give the ISealU'villo Junct. Trains Nod. 1, 2 mid e. chance to hide, I finally wormed myself into a place where 1 could see the nest verj clearly, but there were no little ones to be seen and the nest looked us if it had been deserted After waiting for some time I n very glad I staved, for at lcn.tl I heard the whir of wing- - am then saw Mrs. Quail 'tlirht. i' front of the tlonr of ner bnu-and then heard her call very was the rustling softly. Th'-iof grass, and from all about me and tin nest I could see the little ones runuiuu to izreet their mother As they iruthered about, her I counted fifteen; the hatch had a Christmas Gift Will hepnidto nuy person linvliiKnny kind of pain or ache if Sliipp'g ('uick Make Your Wet Land Productive. Hellef Lliiinient fails to give instant relief and the purchase price in not re- By the use of drain tilt you cut. funded. Try it unit see. 50c. At All turn that low, wet, net less, swain-p- v Druggixts. field into tin: most productive Good tile, Dpot 011 your farm. properly plaepd, not only enrrie olT surplus water, it admits air lo the Mill and niiikih it e:i? to work. It improves any sml. Tho inerenct! in the value of the laud is tunny, Tile first tlllle- - the cost nf the til- year's from tiled land pays fur ii. Any hody eiin lo the work . Write for particuShrubs, Asparagus, Rhubarb, Peonies chII at 0111 plant. lar Roses, Phlox, etc. $100 Reward! iFarm Drain Tile TREES! GROWERS OF WHAT WE FREE CATALOG Fruit and Ornamental suei:-sslnlly- pni-i'h- , NO AGENTS Red River Brick & Tile Company. I that T()M. K' NTU KY. "Bob-Whin..- H. F. Hillenmeyer& Sons, Lexington, Ky. gift egant 100,000 1 OAI'II'AI. STOOK, M ' r; SUHI'LUSAAUUN- U1VIDIJU HKOFtTS. 2OO.O0O ti? 'J Ipromi.r Hrnd lea exclrulnlr. obtained In all eounlriet OR NO rcc. CarraU unit Copjtluhti hkoirh. Aloiti'l or l'lioto. for PORTonilAlrntiLliiHIT. Piitf.it rtrrt. BANK I Fashionable Ii srmi 1 rtnu in itampa ror Innlnahln hook on MOW TO OBTAIN and BILL PATINTS, m ...r....r Wlllrb (HIM Will MV. Ilnvr In patant law anil other Talnable lalomiatlon. RircRINCIS. at I'UK OK WlNCIIMTUH. Footwear. styles I Winch estkk Bank; P p fc ID. tJ IiV. ,303 Seventh St., Washinpton, 0. C. SWIFT & CO. PATENT LAWVfRfi. N. IIor.t.v WlTIIKHHCOON, PlIKM. W. K. Sen ah, Oasuikii. 1 3 1 YOUK ACCbllN r.S SOr.ICITKU S3 P SI Finds Cure for Epilepsy After Years of Suffering "My daughter was afflicted with epileptic fits for thrco yenrs, tho attacks coming every fow weeks. Wo employed several doctors but they did her no About a Rood. year ago w r heard of Dr. Nervine, Miles' and It certainly has proved a blesslns to our Ittlo girl. She Is now apparently red and Is the bi"st It Is of health. over a year since 7 ghe hns had a fit. We cannot speak too .highly Of Dr. Miles' Nervine.' MRS. FRANK ANDERSON, Comfrcy, Minn. Thousands of children in the en-yl- Pre.-enll- s 1 Mrs. J. W. SWEET CLOVER A rcnt tertil'Zfr, and a hardy vigiir..iir hirajr plant lor hay anil Will row 111 any soil, hvii in nu:i pliicf-- . C!an lio sown with spi-innuts, or sown alone in .Mav for oi.inl.nv, and sown in with corn at th I'isi cultivation. Prices of seed, uid circular how to grow it pit-tur- e. i Williams, Ky. sent request. BOKHARA SEED CO., Falmouth, Ky. W Box on. Eastern i s OVER OR YEARS' EXPERIENCE 1 . i . United States who are suffering from attacks of epilepsy are a burden and sorrow to their parents, who would give anything to restore health to the sufferers. - .n-e.- s I Dr. Miles' Nervine Anronoaenillnf aakdrh anil deaeiinlloiinar qnlrklr asrorlnlu our otouinii iroo whether an liirmmnn la prnnaoif imieiiianie. t iimnitinirH tlnnaatrlcllrconUdeiitlnl. HAKOGOOK on Caleuta, aunt fritf. uldeat acencr for aecurln uitcnla. l'ntenta taken turouuli lliiiin d Co. rocolfa avrelol R(li;a. without oharae. lu tho i . - - I Marks DE6IGN3 Copvriohts Ac. TnAoe - i .it-i- n I I tdfiii .-. J i I .nk r.s Scientific American, bandaometr lllimtrated mMktr. T.nrrreat clr ruluilou of anrarloull.lii louriml. Tcrnn, $3 a years fourniontua.fi. Buld bjrall newadenlorn. A and those who have used it have the greatest faith in it. It is not a "cure-all,- " but a reliable remedy for nervous diseases. You need not hesitate to give it a trial. Sold by all Druggists. If the first Bottle falls to benefit your money Is returned. MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind. is one of the best remedies known, for this affliction. It has proven beneficial in thousands of cases I I MUNN & Co 3oiBro..r. New York Brunuo Ofllco, SS V BU Waibloutou. D.C. 1 Are You Nervous? What makes you nervous? It is the weakness of your womanly constitution, which cannot stand the strain of the hard work you do. As a result, you break- down, and ruin your entire nervous system. Don't keep this up! Take Cardui, the woman's tonic. Cardui is made from purely vegetable ingredients. It acts gently on the womanly organs, and helps them to do their proper work. It relieves .pain and restores health, in a natural mrnner, by going to the source of the trouble and building up the bodily strength. - - 3 1 12:-0- " TAKE t The Voman'sTosiic n 11 1 . 1 U ili ! I - IVf I'ftUlfftM FkUctfi t V. Va., took Cardui. iV.rs. Grace For!n?r, of Man, This ,is vhat s!ic scys about it: "I was so weak and nervoii3, I co;:!d not Oo- -r to have anyone near inc. I had fn!rilir.f snclln. and I Lrt flesh everv dav. The- first dose u 7 ' bird-ii'.v- uy tCl T1WAND HIDES rot iav V rues Mi m WMmWW WooICbniBiBloB. fricita,-iitluaIofftljIaJ Wr!Ute will iniike roiiiicction with tlio 1.. A. Jlnilway for lifuityylllo, Ky. 0. iC IK. Jiimtl. TriiliM No. lidally ml V. .I..II.. ,u. tiuiiy i'Ai't'ii fiivi, ...til iiiuhtvi.il will ui'i-- i inn with the Ohio It Ktiutiicky ly for fruinel City nutl (HA K. .1 11 . I of Cardui helped n;c Now, I am entirely cured of the fainting spells, anJ I caurot cay enough for' Cardt;!. for I know it saved r.y life " It is the best tonic for women. Do yon suflqr frcm c.r.y of the pains peculiar to women? Take Cardui. Ii will help you. Ask your druggist Yrtli O: (or Special Ladles'- Advisory I. Fv lutmUont, end Cls'-at- Pert.. Chattanoosi Medicine Co., Clullanoora. Tenn . ook,"liujne Tf raiment lor Wwtrn.'' tent In?, J W JOHN WHITE A COw " BSTABLISKCD ?OST Louisyiu. Kir. Ut. illuti- Atitt-l'ul- u lUlu ror r.ll ;ui.