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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): November 28, 1912 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1912 cla1912112801_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 28, 1912 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1912 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 0 THE CLAY CITY TIMES Jl.Ofl n Year in Advance Wi arc ficrc to help Clay City, the Surrounding Coootrj and Oorselves. .1. 15. Burgher, Publisher. VOL, XYll. A. Shimresse! Passes Away. CLAY CITY. KY., THURSDAY, neer'sneiety info form and mni sistency mid raisin:: a ard of citlfctth'fihi'p 111 our" cirdllty corn fully ripo 'As n- shock-ofor tho harvest" the grim reaper found this Venerable old mhn pa tiently waiting. Not for him be tears! rath'er' lotfiifl ad?rnihis grave1 wtfli garlands; few of us will live najpng pr,ns well nsthis old passing vct.eran. hiiih-sraiidf u NOVEMBER 28, J9I2. NO. 18 Sir. A. Shimfessel died nt hi homo on Hardwick's Crook, tins county partly Saturday morning from injuries rec'rilvod .from a fall na week. His remains were interred Tuesday in the Wells cfavoyard hcai1 his home. He. is survived by wife, who was a Miss Vaughn, foursons andfive daugh- ters,, viz. $ftt&tM ffr Messrs. S. J, Sliimfes-fiel- ' oMJlark "county J'O.iShimfes- - R.L..Sliimfessel offthis Thanksgiving;. Uj uuepuuuence, jjnov; 'iV.Ijj'.... aiesunmes fp.;.jA. Wright, W. D.'Lyic, and $'.tM. Hall,' of Mp.; Mrs. Stanley i'Peed, of Cynthiaha, 'ky., and jjiiBs Betty 'Shimfes'sel, who is at jjiotrie-wither mofhfer. Deceased was one of the oldest vif'nbt the oldest citizen in' Powell county, having been Born in , the and was consequently 04 years old. Mr. Shim-fesswas a native bf Pennsylvania- but came to Kentucky in young manhood. In the passing of Mr. Shimfes-se- l another name is stricken from the fast fading roll of our old settlers, and a solitary woman is left in the sunset of life in a lonely home. Yet in such a death there is not so much cause fo. grief, his life work was done, .'and well none; His gulden wedding day nxd oeen passed, and, -- Wearied with life's toils, with the suffer- ings, and waiting, he lay u to Test. Uniring sminn f.sewirh --- countyahd W.Sli. 31nmfossel,(of .' year-1818- Today is Thanksgiving day. It is to bo hoped the day will be fittingly observed and not dese crated as it. usually is by only feasting and reveling. True e nough, it is man's attempt to do honor to his creator for the bountiful yield of good things, but why should not this nation set a- part at least one holy day for such purpose? Then let each one of us do our part to have the day universally observed. We can only do our part, but our part is all that we will have to account for. New Fence for Cemetery. The local cemetery is being en larged to more than double its former size and a substantial fence placed around it. This is us it should be. The dead buri ed in (Jlay Cit, has not received the attention it pbould h vahnd With the exception of, a few heftn wVll car-e1fTorai'd tVeufnifle'd hy'tliiviiiV relatives, the :rnve.ifd in tli I been a illtfurat i; 1 w h shameful fiimiMiitni v in In winch i has 0 en nenlciil I.AVfi 1 and.du-iTesndveTrie- d ilu.li -- "strong conviotimm, nml rtnan of candid iiu'siiuh.-ie was a man emme mould tho nide elewien mi, i.'ui.-- r h liien m of pin. Keliuit fur Onri. e..ii iiiuii-i'- t lie V2 50 per luui-- l I We are showing: an Elegant Line of Subjects lor Correspondents. SPOUT SPRING. We prinfc-'- list of subjects be Sam Neal has moved from Irlow which will be of much as sistance to correspondents in vine, to tho farm of his Thomas Curtis. writing for the Gleaner: Always p'jnd us accounts of deaths, birtlin, A number woro prosunt Satmarriages, real estate deals, live urday afternoon at the regular stock sales, conflagrations, acci Maconic Lodge meeting. dents, conditions of crops, unusti Aquilla Siiowden has routed al we.ithor conditions, visiting from ilerry Burnett and moved abroad (not neighborhood vis to his its), social meetings, church crop property here. Ho will with Air. Barnett iioxtyear. trews school news, condition of 8holt McKinney went to Winroads; family reunions (short ac counts), .curiosities, relics, rob chester court Monday where he berics, murders, something good bought u bunch of nice heifers about people; anything of general from T. S. Christopher for 4 interest. Also, please send all cunts. accounts of deaths and marriages in as soon Heuder son Gleaner: Winter has come. Orphans node Glad. Thursday is Thanksgiving. The little orphans over at tho Mr. Henderson Messcr is in Dome in this.city will have cause Louisville this week. to be thankful today. Mrs. Alice There is a great deal of s McG. Dun lop; superintendent of in this neighborhood. the Home is also in a high mood of thanksgiving for the way the Miss Jessae Wierman was thp generous hearts of this city have guest of Miss Ida Baker Sunday. opened up an,fl bestowed gifts to W. H. Miller spent Saturday the little chiraren that they may and Suuday with his family at have u dinner.today fitted to the place. taste of the wnst exacting. The this G. W. Lyle and Chas. T. day at th.eHjyne will be spent in niodel maijner, and it would be Maple made a business trip to well that rri5lU- ntlipr children nf Lexington last week. fhiscity aUgjcounty who may Mr. Jno. Lyle visited his aunt. have a likedimier, could only en Mrs. Dr. S. M. Scrivner, of joy .the" of thanksgiv .Wagersville, last week. ing this nomcr. The higher living gets the Assassinated in Winchester. Deputy Sheriff George Hart mure we want to live. nliot dead on the Main street PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. f incliester just one square from the court house Sunday at Services 2nd and 4th Salibatha of il o'clock p. in. by negro each month. toughs for whom be had writs to nrrest. Prayer Meetings, Wednesday even ings. Hie negroes made their escape Chas. E. Mann, Pastor. it the time, but late word from Jlmrleston, W. Va. brings the information that two negroes an son-in-la- A Genuine A Winter Furnace. Wearer. A heavy shoe with a reliable soli sick-Hes- keeps the feet otF the ground ano" guards the health. We have them In all leathers, best styles and finish Gunfietal, Patent Leather, Tans, in Lace and Button for Men and Hoys, Ladies, Misses and' Children at popular prices. You are invited to call and see them and get our - prices before you buy. ;' v lea-Ajdt- Mrs. J. W. Williams, Clay .City, Ky. FALL AND WINTER swering the description of tho murderers are being held in that citv Oame Scarce. WALDRON & JOHNSON, GOODS Including Sportsmen report birds a little scarce this time. Cloaks and Wraps &ch5SS Ladies' Suite, Millinery, and etc. MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING to fit you and your pocketbook. without the proper protection he beautifully plumed and in nocent quail would soon become extinct in this section as they re in the bluegrass section. All credit to the new law. A farmer can now retain seed. Dedicates New Jail. It seems that Waltersville, Ky. We carry a full line of General Merchandise and are selling the goods to our large trade and they tell us they are When you want any kind of Merchandise, think of Fifty two prisoners dedicated the new Clark county jail nt Winchester when it was ready for occupancy this week. It may be possible that they have made that jail too .small. Trial Continued. Saving Money. You can do the same thing. SHIMFESSEL' S and give us the opportunity to please you as we have been doing for so many years paft with satisfaction both to you and ourselves. of John Glair, of Breathitt county, in the Stanton Gircuit Court has been continued to the March torni on account of tho absence of four important The trial If you are not already one of our many pleased customers, coaie round romo day and give our place a look through and let us price you some of our goods.They willopenyoureyestoan opportunity. witnesses. WANTED An industrious man to represent one of the most extensive manufacturers of Homo Remedies, Spices, Extracts, Soaps, Toilet Articles, Ptrfumes, Stock and Poultry Preparations in Powell or adjoining Counties. Representative muBt furnish suitable conveyance. Large profits and a perAddress Tho manent position. American Remedy Co., Tlflln, O, Everything to Please theCustomer M mil ANOHIDE3 'msum MMEST Send Us Your Orders over telephone, by messenger or otherwise and if you live in Clny City or near our store we will "deliver the HUBT FMCJI good1' WaelComWUk Writ far JOHN WHITE A CO. XewirzuWlfe, uuv THE. TIMES. mu.iaiiui- VKKY TIIUKSDAT, .Subscription rules $1 a year or thro ear8 iii advanced. ' J. R. burgher, I'abltsliqr,, second-clas- s Entered as mnil matter. Nov. Thursday, 28,4912. For the convenience of our we have arranged club rates with the following papers at price? below mentioned: sub-briber- club rates. s, The Times believe in honesty Darllngsville. and purity of politics as in all Claude Bowman bought a nice other J i lies if business,' a tid. post yearling' frlule' 'ht Mf. , tivelvwill lend no' aid to any for $00 00; cause, scheme or t rick ,tq deceive t t The little eon .of Mr. and Mrs. voters or thwart their expressed Ike Burnett has beeu dangerouswill through the ballot box'. ly ill for several days. That panic wave ' predicted by 'Among'tliose ffbm'this1 portion, both, the Progress! veViid Repubof the county who'are serving as lican parties predicted before jtirors at 'Stantbn are: P. D. tjic election if Wilson were electTodd, Curtis Bowman and W. F. ed is yet to come. , Bar net t., , ,, , With. three contending parties H..G. Orabtree has entered in the field fusion will likely into actjve work on big logging later becomo politically stylish job in the upper portion of this and will most generally he count v for.M O; Olay,' of Mt. -- trict 'In the placo of Qeo W. constitutional Sterling,-court-day- cd road surveyor for this dis al disease and therefore requires Itallns treatment. Parley, resigned, Mr. Bowiniin Catarrh Cure, manufactured by is, determined to make a, good P, J. Chisrjeyj&'Co., Toledo, Ohio, rfud, and wo say glory in his is the only constitutional cure on internally spunk., We ar.e with him.,,. the market- - It in doses from 10 dops to a There is more Catarrh in this It acts directly on the s'actioh of the country than all oth blood and mucous surfaces of th er diseases put together, and until system, They offer one ' hundred the 'last few years was considered dollars for any case it fails to cure to 1e incurable. For a great marly Send and tc8j.unonsals. yHrs doctors pronounced it a local Address :' disease and prescribed local rente- - ".. F J. Cheney.,; Co,, Toledo, O. di. and hv eonsiantlv failinir to Sold' by pruggistajTop, with local 'treatment, c Take Hall's Family Pills for dv. . it ini iiraMe. Science has constipation. 'pro-i.'.i..(v- d ( The Times alio Courier-Jimrii- - .Cincinnati Knquirer ! ti I ) " land Farmer American Fanner Southern Agriculturist1 Louisville Hern Id Home a'nd Piirt J ' Several' fnim this piace are at00 tending .Circuit Court at Staiitrfii S 1.00 this week 00 - tid 10 Yaughn's Mill. Sterling. Be calculates that; it will take him three years to wind up the job. , , (J. Bpwmati has been ' n'eittarrh Tn'f)' h ('o'nBtitutlnii- - appoint- - Dr. M. B, WHITE, .VETERINARY SURGEON. UussMre V. S, College, Eagf 1869. FLEMINgSBURQ, ICY.. . 75 '.About the warmest contest that will loom up hi. the neiir future is that. . of ii.. successor to' Senator Bradley. .'While ;wo do not propose to take any part in thefiirht and have nothing against any of the prospective candidate? we are impelled bv a sense of to "render unto Ctesar fniriies the things that are Cajsar's,'" and t QjW. Beck-ham cherish the may receive the endorse went of his party At one time were doubtful of Guv. sincerity in reference to the liquor traffic, but having been in close touch with 1liin for several .vents since and watching and weighing fiim ili this repect" us well as others, we are impelled to pmiiiiunee him Mtrue bl.ue.i' He noi (iul oeserves it from his partv, hut lie deserves it as a iiiaii. We liavtv differed jjoliri-callbut this 'difference was uiut bitter or bigoted. There are fjjw more? courtly 3r kindly men in Kentucky than, and his refusal toenier into any trade with the 'interests' in his senatorial tight with Senator Bradley shows u truer metal thai !is usual, and even if he was de earned-wit- h Seated-hhim the iL'oii8ciousness of having done right, stood firm for principle Hud was really the victor, in the tight. The time has. now come when his party can honor hitu.as lie deserves and wa- believe vill. There is nb question 'about lii's popularity with the rank and tile of the Democratic uartv in jUcrcer county and the man that bests him here will i?uo.w that he das hud u race. Harrrodsburp t lurpe-HiaBeck-flam- 's y, Gov-Seckhe Flagged Trata With Sliirt. rearitig" his shirt iron" his baek Mrs. G. W. Clmk has returned an Ohio min flagged a train 0td fronj Mt. Sterling where she Ij'as gaved-i- t vfmm a wer-k- . Init H .T d been visiting her relatives uejtr Alsth.'., Kaleigh. .Nj 4h Eleiuric hit-ter- . . a VrecK that phiee r. r- .1 ' 1 was , in a ten ihle t plight Miss Peat 1. Douglas and broth when'l hegati-'t- o usei theni,"-- ' he er fnun near Mt Sterling are c4 ('.nee ed. pre-ente- visiting friends and relatives 'on k.idnt wyre ajl hadly, atTiV' Hardwtck's creek this week, i and my uyer whs 4ii ia(t condition. an-j- . writei-- . 'my stolimeh. t bhCl I can n'oW be se'drl at Eaton's Livery Stable in Clay City fof about 2 months where I will he? able to'treitf all ' kinds of ieknes of .Hones, Cattle,., Sheep, lings nnd Dogs. UI examinations and consults- - ' tions free Call and see me. In iw .riaaa. LP A Tnrfnlae . MCHMOM0.KY, School for Teachers ..CMMMlM4lirfcrfclRfKnUrr.l hmadUU Hi Lift) 8I.C. C.f unntM. TU In all PWU t Bpe!a gotooli af Kntbekt. awmaavaltraloHt Baair-.l.-- IMh TiltKa FtM Mlfitrfl. Two.nl.'n.TI'l.l .il uv. r. I Iill afe '.','' y '' .7-"- T.a.flBAr.-."-- ", iw .... ii n u -- w i.. xr.. i . "ui tour bottle made ,rjll 111' matt-Lies- - social tor rhe M.ung folks hjt- W1 'ir.day evening. There. whs an ah merit' unusual-Irun nti.ni)iei- nf voiiug liver nr hulnn, irntihle folks present aiid'all' 'had a niVe rente t nil deaietw-- . -- tee! like ,,,,. . fr hleetrn Hit tinA low 'null. v.f th ii Kinnin n, - Price i fit nine. Mr. Gus re'It-en- . , j Sliiiulesel, aired thait of tljrd wick's creek, afer sli'ortlirfiess died at his horde An; ache or pain in any part of the Friday uiuht and was burve.d body can bo raljeved' with 8hi p'a Stop rrr Ache! $100i-ewan- As Friend TMie Tuesday a.t .Wells rrave mn). deceased was 04 years of a'tre ml leaves lartre faiuilv. l il Quidt Keller l.iniirient it fails and the fiurHase price is not rcrundcu. Try iLjltxa see. 6Uc At n Druggists. ToEriend , ... . . . Your Bank Mufr i .1 ; : I If I i . ' . "I. . I v. Be both willing and able at all times'to extiKcl'you such accommodations as your biube justifies.. ... .' " ' Ask the experience of your friends who have carried their accounts with the'CLAY CITY RATION-- . , (Ask any; lady about' th.iriatingLof clothes'. She'll i ell you the advantage of. .having then) well made. She'll -- .. ; . AL BANK during the past twehty-thr'ee'yca- rs. ' i J. - Clay v?' City National : .i Bank, . . i L. if she k tos, ithat our Ladies' .garments are the most '. perfect-- . ly tailored- .f any "in. the' city. cell vou, - - , av rnrv ,. kTFMTiirkrv They 'Hav See'; . Skirts-TailoreiLSuit- Fayliion and Neatness.' Sea'dy-to-We- ar - us for your w'xnts in PHiUC We' NOT ICR invitatioalo. op-, Rain UoatsMilliirefj . liress'GpodS.Silks, and a full line of Ladies" Furnishings. "Cloaks', , ; 'Leader. The appeal of Senator Bradley to the Progressives to return to tjie old Republican fold has been cbldly received. The Progress Ives will not return' but will maintain in Kentucky 'as the other states a distinct, and Separate party from, the Kepub ' licans. in-al- l ute'thij method of furpW extending an V .1 . i ' ' . t tbe buyiag public .to; come to our, Aore tad get tbek pliu. For. several week this- e have been,, supplying maay. .cufiomert. in vicinity wilh what they i ned t a ffwrt ' ' MRS. . Ji W. WILLIAMS, City, 'Kentucky. . I saving iof money, Now that we are started, we want to Our one great ; eatead .our trade i3k iyrther. v appeal for your trade is . . . i ...... i.t ' i I Candidates 'for cotinty Powell 'arc vefy'tirtii'd about making tjieir n.tinnuncenientsi This is indeed a wise policy and we hope to see such action for months yet to come. The "fitrly bird policy" is no good in political campaigns. offices Hi main-darne- d Low Prices on what yotf vmutf Have ' ' ' . to eat sad, wear. We are going to give you ' "I ... 'V M.HJf i' 11 ' e. ' HOPE -- our price on four Aaple articles to .just show you how,, s t ' we can save you mqaey: . . - --i . & . MILLS FLOUR ... . 1 i" IT RISES AWAY ABOVE of flour with the all housewife who loves good houie-t,- i be'' uses the umdit Iffead when other-brands j Beit Patent Flour Made, Granulated (Sugar, if- - 'J Wjlsou is conducting himself with such vi ibdntn since his election tlutovon Old King Solomon,' if ho were alive must have envied him. i President-eleo- t pro-foun- d Meat "Lard ad Urd. $3.10 per cwt.... 6 cts. per lb. 'f " - u f' - "3 - til V' a 5Q,pcund cans, is sold w $5.75. V;' 3pi a tyad exiy'lieiice ne.,vr disanpointf . These are only fair samples of other 'prices. Everythmg in Give us a utaL 11 the house at the same low. price. . like n jnuouuiu brpiidetcom- jiared to u bull moose in the Re litiblicn party. . i . 4 A bull in a china bhop looks qn the markup and gives your breut thai - teiupthuj and dolieiotis-fluvoUtat always 4eli(h(s the 'ovor of eob'd: bread' ubeti 'Voti iifce the r i n. v' U. 'as?"a r LKAD 1KCD mm r a S" .i. UUITlKrWlf;.4 ' - lWhUtir'.vJNMI.'-'VA- w WIJ Mad8, ,by,J.f ANDW '' ' OMN, .... 'Versaill ...,.. .Kyf; i 4 I. Wills, of There are said to be thiitv-oiiproaoli at I'nwell's applicants for the postoflicc at Saturday Mt. Sterling. (Valley IVjptit night, Sunday morning jiud SunTho tobacco warehouses of day nilit. l)K JWl'ER. A HOME-M- A Winchester and Mt. Sterling (bv. Mi;i!i'arv has ..appointed have formed an exchange to gov- evt'ry ( ioiinty .Indue in the State em tho sales of tobacco 011 the H8, 1912 NOV. THUHSIUY, a dcleg.ilf to the American Kou.l Mt. Sterling and Winchester mar Boililei-f.- ' Congress at (.'innimali, kels. . necembcr '). I. A, nnd (5. LOCAL BREVITIES. Only A Fire Hero The first mioW of the s"nson Lutlior Smothers, of Lexing hut the crowd) chitted, as, with fell Sunday. It then snowed burned hands, he held tijJ a small ton, is visiting relutives in I lie hard for a short time both in the ' count v. round box. "Fellows!" he shoutmorning and afternoon, e. c A. C KiirncH was teken sml time well covering the ground. ed, "this JJueklen's Arnica Salve I hold, has everything beat for lenly ill at his holne in t lie conn Card of Thanks. burns." Kight! also for boils, ty this morning. Mr., Sarrili Shimfessel an J sores, pimples, eczema, cuts, Dr. Martin reports the arrival fnhi.il desire through 'hese col- sprains, bruises. Surest pile cure. of a girl at tho lione,of Mr, nnd umns to thank their many friends It subdues inflammation, kills pain. llrs. Carter .Reynolds near tljis and relatives for the many s Only 25c at all dealers. Adv. Ill If" TIMS. KM. .1. e will mechanism of a beautiful watch which will Keep in good running order only with good care and the proper oiling at the right"! mieV'so that the Uclicatc mech anism may not l.e worn out. Very many times young women get old or ran doTtt before their time through ignorance and the improper handling of this human mechanism. Mental depression, a contused heud, backache, headache, or ho: fiahes and many symptoms of derangement ol the woman!..' tcm dtn he avoided by a proper understanding of what tn do, i those trying times lli it come to all women. yoiinjj woman or the mother i One treat secret of youth und beauty ('ir Every woman proper understanding of lior womnnly s)wrr, ami young or old, should know hericlf and her physical &ake''t!p.a A good way n arrive at this knowledge is to (jit n good doctor "xmli, such for instance, as "Thi People's Common Sense Medical Advisor," by H. V. fierce, M. D., which c.hi copy, afddrcssiru. csnts lor readily he procured by scnJin thirty-on- e Dr. Pierce, at Hufiato, N. Y. Tho womanly system is a machine li.icti can only be to the 1 HOW TO PRESERVE YOUTH1 AND BEAUTY. Ihe welt-bein- cloth-boun- d sf slnt-- i Mn; O. If. Wlt.t MM3. of Lvinhavcn. Va., write: Is six yea1 my luiHh iravo '.my. I lui-- l fotralo Iroublo and aa tlioctocto'i ( I mMitjyt-thrtv) al(l 1 wou. 1 iie. I v;ss not aLle do my worlt. Iiad to "ommiip nil the tlrce. Filially. I rja! Intie papers aboiit Dr. I'icric' i t'avo'lto nnl dcfidnl to try It. I hid wt taken Imt n Lotlj.i until I fjunO il doro tnc yood. I tniiV. In all. live funics of TavorlM I'rosrilptl.m' cn1 two of 'finldon Mediccl hri "It tt Pr'rlptl'n, s, llBS.Wlt.UAMS. Discovery, and naw I ni.iuhM f..iirlfn not'. Is. f n'tvUn f!l vrnii'i to try your ;t uvlm rty hcuwwftrk, nnd hnvoiralnrtl .inTcr fmtn frmnln trcuDo tbu only tnnlielne on earth." , kind-nesse- Should be. ' The people of this nation 60 fur in 1012 have smoked 11,221, 024.084 cigarettes, nearly two billion more than was smoked in 1911. What a shame and disgrace on onr American youths. extended during their recent bereavement. The fields are noteablyrnincls The Family. the, usual number of hunters. ie tliething to proThe new law Porto Rico's New Wonder. tect game nnd is jnst what it From far away Porto Rico come tty butunlay, Movernpcrrd 9) TREES! Fruit and Ornamental When in Need of li. Shimfeseel, of Independence, Mo., and Mrs. P. A. Wright, of Butler, Mo., and Mrs. Stanley Reed, of Oynthiana, Ky., were here in attendance of the burial of their father, A. Shim-fessat Vaughn's Mili V. el Judge Wadkins was given a sentence of from two to twenty years in the penitentiary for the killing of Louis Napier at a school This school has turned out bun trustee election in Breathitt! dreds i men ami women who county two years hum The case imiare successes. It will make Will be paid to an ti: avingany was transferred to this county kind of pain or ache if rihipji's Cuick a success of you. for triul. WadkiWaccepted sen- UelierLlninxnt fails topve iimtint relief and the purchase price is not rea trial. tence without i see. 6 c. At All I al reports of a wonderful new that i believed will vastly benefit the ptoplc. Kuiuon T. Shrubs, Asparagus, Rhubarb, Peonies Roses, Phlox, etc. Marchau, of IWcelonetu, writes "Dr. Kind's Xtw Discovery U do. ing splendid work lu re. It cured NO AGENTS me about five times of teriiblc (JROWERS OF WHAT WE SELL. FREE C ATA LOO coughs und colds, uls.o my brother a, severe cold in his client und of mot" than 2(otln-r-s who used it on H. F. Hillenmeyer& Sons, Lexington, Ky. We liope this great my advic;". uidicine will t In sold in drug store in Porto hieo." Kr as no riillikan Business Schojl, throat und long trouble u LEXINGTON, KY. equal. A trial will c ovincr ou of its merit. Sb an 81 (! Tri-BOOKKEEPING, SHORTHAND, Ju ir.intced 0 all bottle fret TYPEWRITING. dealers. An v. y-- Builder's Hardware, Cabinet Mantles, Grates, Tiles, Cooking t or Heating Go to or Write Stoves, v- -n I Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, $?00 Reward! - Winchester, - Ky. funded Druggi-t- A Great Building Falls . Trj ii when its foui.ilatinn is undermined Write for Catalogue. SHIPP'S QUICK-RELIE- and if the foundation of health ' is' attacked, quick collupse followM. On the first pignx of iiidiuestio'o'.Dr. King's New Life Pills should be taken to tone the stomach and regulate Pleasant, easy k and bowels. safe, and only 25u at all dealers. Adv. good diuHMtioii liver,-kidn- F LINIMENT. This is the liniment the people are talking about. e The Youth's Companion For 1913. Thi Youth's Companion appeals to every interest of family life, from housekeeping to athletics. It begins with sturies of youthful vim aid vigor, with articles which disclose the secrets of successful play in the greM 'games, with charming tales of life at the girls' college. Hut The Companion does not surrender these readers when they have entered the more serious path of life. Mothers will welcome the page for little children and the weekly doctor's articles. Fathers will, find the important news of the day as it is, and not as is rumored to be. The entire house hold will appreciate the sketches whith touch gently on common foibles or caricature eccentricity. In short, for less than four cents u week The Companion brings into the homo clean entertainment, pure inspiration, (iue ideals, increase of knowledge, ..Jfttm.es. , rarely seep, billables of cupteiUH wjll bo found in t,he Announcement, for liUIl, which will bo seii, iipOn request with samples ot'ihe paper, to those not familiar with it. Every new subscriber fpr 1013 will receive tree all thc issues for the rcmajninc; weeks of 19,1?; also, free, The Companion Wjndovy Transparency and Calendar for 1013, in rich, translucent colors the uiost t)eautifil qf .h11 Compaii; ' iohiouvflnirs ' The Youth's Companion, , Best Styles for Dressy Men in relieving paiu 1 have ever used. Capt. Anderson Kerry, Lexington, Ky. I used this liniment and the puiu and soreness disappeared like magic. Jailer H ,T, ISallenger, Lexington, .Ky. n For relieving aches and pains this liniment beats anything I ever suw. J. II. Let ton, Lexington. Ky. It is the 'only 'remedy I have found that has given me any relief since I was paralizcd four years ago Mrs. Susan we I born, Newburg, Ind. If it falls to relieve any pain in any part of the body in fifteen minutes, ask for your money back. SOLD KY ALL LEADING DKUGG1STS. It is the most wonderful remedy for Fall and Winter Goods. Hardwick & Co. Our Fall and Winter Goods are in. We eoidiully uivitu you to call andse them. We will make it to your in- tetest to do your dealing with us, liy givini; you more for your money than you can get elsewhere. Ami behides, 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 a ts we are anxicup for you to get ueqtiuinted with. 1 1 1 Suits, Over Coats; Rain Coats. ;WfJfK WWWWM HHMtJflt 3 100,000 OAPITALi STOCK, SURPIiUS AND UN- . i a ( The odds and ends which give ele The P gance to the appearance. eul needfuls which will make the t man ehow;hii quality. CODLARS Winchester Bank, 3 WjNCIISTKIt, Ky. OF 'A i THE A CUFFS SHIRTS standard goods, sure to fit. K N.ltOIXV WlTUWISl'UON, PHESi j3 Oasiiip.k. 1 K V. R., SfHAH, Schatfner and Clothing. JVlurx Clothing for .Men, aleo Haert brand YOUR AOOOIINTS SbTTOITKU U C S! "Queen Quality" ami "Huston Favorite" "Walk-Over- " Shoes for Women, Shoes for Men, "Astor" TIBS s GLOVES HOSIERY SUSPENDERS. 4o 6uit thewery purtiuulur. v: isa. Mtfi eta, 21. sfa sm brand Mais for Men and Hoyi. See our oods Und get our price when in need of Women's, Misses' and Chil- s f . We tell vou hotr. and cav best market are dealerx; eitu!Ulicd fitkx. We can d'J UK iTlvi: fur vou ..d dren's "' tVady-to-wea- r MRS'. Men's Uuiti eoate, ' Wear, Staple and Dress Caps, Trousers, und etc. Hat, Coats, Raincoals' and etci, Hunting roati, leatiier a'nil riihb'erFoot you need, and .11' In faut gei us for anything that wo let us J.fWILLIAMS " show you can tave you money. Uiiik lal.nu-tavtlt- e. Chan's. Kifcrcuceja-iWiitc (or m kly price llt. thau at;nt or commlwion mer . CLAY CITY, KY." 1 HT-J- LOUISttUi. IT. & 3) t. Kt'tel Dialars In FUlti, HUES, WOOL. M. SA8EL 60NS Hardwick & Co., Stanton. I 144 Berkeley St., Hoaton, Mass. FIGHT On Tax-Dodgi- ng :i uUiueu of laxatioj n i. e .ti enter iilwnlngH to .i.tm iui- ..11. oil iiij tiioiiier, Willla.ii, iij i.ittjiil uiiil lecuustf Ji 6a .u....i l.u aa i...m AtsUhsitialtd. jm.f.". ih xii" c. ' ... 1 Corporations Begins. County Judges and Attorneys Meet and Urge uti wrni a in'oiutiiidly iuu t in i. ..j (ivsuiue ol my btato, oi tlic ui iii) uiuityiuil liiuttiui. ilia colli'-- ' into tile ciijoyinuut of ;t ri.u to wutou in ail it mid in coin moil uuiii'Hiy nc-- are entitled.' Unjust Taxation Upon People. '"Ioj lone, aitugether loo long, has najust discrimination tlicio Lt.'ii tiyaii.jl hu perpln. unjust and burden-6t:ntaxation npou the people as with u'tiat hits been required to tii tiul.'l by tho Iilg corporations of our BIlc-i- l y a com-l.jrc-- 'i. .. i itt.i.jj tiii-.-i iuai 1 am uer-.- Appointment of Spe- cial Counsel. To Assist Attorney - General in Tax Suits Involving Tho tUath of Wltllam" Ooe-L?- ) was a tooeflt to the corporations.' were true, the question Is, bow If much longer shall the people be hold In bondage becaiiHu of his death? "Cod knoivn tho corporations now btilng the State have been able to procure i and tho word procure Is used aih'lp.edly) l:nmitulty long enough from paying their just Rbure of the taxes. s iiily said rorporatlun lawyers hare boast Millions. Justus Goebel Makes Strong Speech at Meeting. At a meeting of the county Judges and county attorneys of the State held at the House of Representatives. Frankfort, Ky., on Nov. 8, the following resolution was adopted: "Resolved, That we, the county judges and county attorney! of the State, -- In convention assembled, heartily approve and Indorse the action of the State Board of Valuation and Assessment In placing upon the great corporations of the 8tate, enjoying valuable public franchise and privileges, their Just share of the burdem of taxation and we commend their acti to the people of theS8tte as constituting the greatest tax reform of many years, and while we entertain the very highest regard and respect for tha .ability of the Attorney General and his assistants and the Hon. John L. Rich, of Covington, employed as assistant counie., we are unwilling that any lack of counsel on behalf of the 8tate should endanger the Juat and patriotic action of the State Board of Valuation and Assessment, and we recommend to ths Attorney General and the Governor of the State that ad emergency exists and that the most eminent counsel be employed to defend the action of the State Board of Valuation and Assessment In the United States Court." jubtub uoooel, oi covington, made a gpeecu beiortt the assemblage, pleading tor luo employment or additional couuhol lor uio outio. Mr. Oueuel data. "air. rre&.ueui, ueuueiaea and jjij hioiuvi- iteutuuKiaiitt; "I aui wool uuw io meet wuu tue couiii juuacB kuu vutuny uiioriiey ol tue Ouiie. t aui elaiclui uojuuu Ulj - People Are Awakening. "A hundred million dollar lucrcaso in tho value of corporaUon property for taxation opens a new era In tho State's affairs and ha awakened tho people and brought them to a realization of what has been done to them through all the jears of the past. As certainly as truth, though crushed to earth, will rise. Just so certainly will there be a further awakening which will correct ubute3 equally an great as unequal taxation, and Its etieel will be tnnt henceforth ovry man who would hold office ky preferment of the people must be a progiebsive. and no imitation, no mere pretender will satisfy them; they will sweep utido and Into oblivion as old chaff any inau who or dares to stand in the way heal-.tate- of Improvement and betterment of conditions for tho whole people. "No one doubib, had uiiain Goebel been permitted to live, that that which was recently done by the Board of Valuation and Assessment would have been done more than a decade ago, and today. Instead of the large public service corporations fighting in the courts and by sinister methods endeavoring to perpetuate unjust and unequal taxation; attempting to throttle the action nf the present State taxing board, the first to act fully in the in' terest of the people, such corporations would long ago have been paying Into the State, county and city treasuries their liit crnnortinn of the taxes. coo.uu iui iu) iimui nUiuu Ueiwiul Uiy pitbciibu ueie, wu auiua oa- ptesbiuu Uuui liia uu iuia uwimmiuu. "lOU, 'uu frwutlvUicU ui iJo.,cci' ive tuuuuu oi wie ouiio, wuu uavu Leuu tieciuu 10 uuit.0 uuu cuaittuu oy ItttV tu uiuvcwt iutttivata ui tv.uuifd OilU Ollluau MMku IU ...u ui i (luVrcib ol Uuu ut Juui riusiucui -- osiTUS GOKUci. "Equality Is nil I want." Xo. 1. "Some of you may think thla Is mcu- - Dully speculation but to those who bt thin.i A. M. 1 know l i ay whereof 1 speak, auJ iiel.eve tho railroads well' understood i:05 :10 what he would do wero ho permitto. .Equality Is all I want. "Without exception all these com ,antci and the two others now sultia wanted tho same usfiPh&mcnt for 1!U2 that they had In 1011. Tho noun) ol Make Your Wet Land Productive. Valuation and Assessment based their At druin tilj ypti cm. a cryms siuau 'uu ii.ii is 11)12 assessments on convincing piool lly the use turn that lov, wi-t- , uRtltfM, Bivntn-p- v n.i'ii telit'f jnust coiito t values placed before them, nnd the field into thn most protluctlvo It ,b ve.y evident that 111 Keiuudij assessments are uniformly Just and coimj anon (air, and of the more than four hun- fiot on your farm. (Jtiod tile, ,ts in oilier SuteB, ..II uevtr pay a oont u..,f oi tax; dred corporations assessed by the properly pliie'd,not only carrion ntF ll an inoy aiu made ,to pay board thla year, only eight have pro- sut plttH water, it admits nir to utntlemen, I am B0,nU to prov: ! tested in the court, and these arc nnd mak it-- it easy V work- ,i i few minutes. Tsk: tn; tas o among those that have always pro- Lit improvt-- imy boil. The increatu 0. ha.lroad. Vhera u Mr portionately paid the loast. .ie C. in the vmIiic til the land i mntiy I would like (cr him to h:a ill State Robbed of Millions. tinieji the rost of the. tile. The firt I.e. "In the last twelve years, since the year crop from tiled Imwl pnys C. A 0. Railway, Lew Valuatlon-e- f death of William Ooebel,. tho State, for it. Any hodv uuu do tho work 'lake ti.o case of the t. .V U counties and cities have been robbod nuecessully. Write for particif-l.tr.- i ail l:i Ull that ro.i.1 oa lt entu (and the word robbed Is the only word or ci'll'Ht out plant. .. s oni iu I.emuuKy iiid taA o.i ! that fits the case) of more than ten tai vnli'aiion oi ntii) million dollars in taxes. Brick & Red li .oils, tlic struct ra'lay ioti".iaii "I am going to prove It. uf t'lf city of LoulRvr..) via.'t ir.j'lu I "In the years from 1902 to 1011, InCompany, pay on u xal'J.uioii ui ii).vui clusive, a period of ten years, there .STANTON', KKNTlICIfrV. cf it, g;nil:r,i:n: Thir.k has been an average Increase In thu U. K. it Iu 1VH a. The I franchise assessments of the four taxes on a franch:ie oiudtln.n ti oni largest railroads In tho State of only 52.171.18''. and In lvil on a va.iutln 14 per cent yearly. lH'rL.if. luo lo.h ol only vtr,"" tU,:.50; "Think of It! and this almost unfoiiml that tho'K 11" aKaensMei. believable record of astonishingly Sluuld t u flS,70S.B0 T!i V. N V. small increasea was made in the ten T I'. K. It. Iu l'.iDl paid taxes on . .est years for' earnings that the rail fiam-hipvaluation ji on.y $.:,Uu.lH roads of this country ever saw. at.il in It'll oa a" valuation uf oni Insdcauate Taxation of Railroad!. ?romptir obtalnM In all ooontrlci on HO riC. OareaUand CopTrlBhtireiti-lMcre$3,5i),.;L'0. vvl.tTijits, the iioani Hend hketch, &iolel or fhoto. "The rlct"re) here presented of l $lvi aeieasujent ahotilil patl MPOHTenpnfntabllltr. Patent lor their Inadequate-franclilsBANK airtlisiiois. uskvsb Tho I C. In 13H1 pal.l tase 071.200. Rend t centa In atampa for Inralnable book mttnta is ustoundinx. but wheu ou on MOW TO 0TAIH and SILL PATINTS, hlr.li one wilt P7. Ilow to (et a partner, on a franchise valuation of only !' examines Into the situation resai d.it palest law and oUxr ralaable Information. $1,3S9,87'J, and In IUU on a valuation .no tungible assessments made by rati D. the Iioar-- i ,oad commissions of the proptrtut) o. of only ?1,D10,S20, whort-aa- . found thoir 1932 asBesiitnent should be our (jl tho corporations uow sums PATENT LAWVIIS. 303 Seveath St, Wmhlmton, D. C. 14.74C.S57. Tho L. Jt N. R. II. in 1901 ue State, the word 'astounding' i -. paid taxeu oil a franchise valuation ot adequate aud here must be &uk lasitc y the word 'dumfcfouudlns' lo .:at only iWU4.S79 and la 1011 ou a valuation of only $11,899,200, whereat, ttu more correctly what tho tanstblu " bourd found their 1912 assessment . tttnent picture actually present should be $45,428,074. (CONTINUED NEXT WEEK.) Fight Mujt Be to a Finish. Woman Finally Recovers "I want to tell you gentlemen, that From Nervous Breakdown that assessment Is fair and Just, and A pretty twont year-olImpoverished nrrves destroy many if we get Justice In the courts we will people Lc.'ore their time. Often bewin. But, no less a man than the Hon. fiirl liiiH heeif lUtPPted in Iireutli-it- t fore a sufferer realizes what tlie William J. Bryan, the great champion county for peddling liipior trouble is, he is on the verjc of a of the people, hat stated that courts in dry territtirv. complete nervous breakdown. It do not always to the peois of the utmost importance to your nervous sysum in pood c -ple; and that other great champion of" so -- t dition, as the nerves are t the people, Hon. Theodore Roosevelt. of all boJily power. Mrs. . v ut aid the same thing, and recently Kounz, 2ii Mechanic St., Fuc.o, charged that tome- of the Judges he Colo., says: put on the bench proved dishonest. A great fertilizer, nnd a hardy suffered from "For Gentlemen, I want you to go Into this vigorous forage plant for hay nnd nervous many years I I prostration; ws if e fight, with an ardent heart and with pasture Will grow in any miH. to do any house work an s loyal lawyers; and fight to a finish and even in rficky plHt-es- . Can ho sown failed to help me. Re Jte i!l I t want tc to death, If necessary. Now, tried from druggists did net say to you I am nocorporatlon hater. with spring OHts, or fown iilone in me a particle of good. A neighbor ' May for meadow, and sown in with told my husband about I am a business mjtn1l know we have to have corporatibns, and big one, corn at the last cultivation. Price Dr. Miles' Nervine tjut we don't have to have them to the of heed, and eircularliow to urtiw it and he procured a bottle. After the j I disadvantage of the people. want ent on request. first few doses I showed a marked j hem to have dividend. But I do ni: BOKHARA SEED CO., Falmoutlii Ky. improvement and after taking two .vant them tn reap then at the txotnn bottles I was entirely cured. I have ' liox ill). f the people and the ok.her been perfectly well for years aud . cannot praise Dr. Miles Nervine ' OVER 6C YEARS' too highly. EXPERIENCE If you are troubled with loss if appetite, poor digestion, Companv. to sleep; if you nre i 1 general run down condition unable to bear your part of WESTERN DIVISION. daily grind of life, you need so. thing to strencthen your nen No fcii. I. I BADE MARKS You may not realize what is the Daily Kast Hound "a!l, DESlONS A . ter with you, but that is no r" "a I. SI. Copyrights Ac why you should delay treatmen. ; Anyone tonillng a rkelrh mid detrrlplton mir 1:3 Ky. 7:2 qnleklr nscortiilii our opinion frco whether an " Whiehester, .'17 8:0: Invention Is probably puteuuibie. CommnnlCA. Dr. Miles' Nervine tlnnutrictlrcoiiUdentrul. HANDBOOK on I'atauti ':.'l') L & G. .Timet. " B:ll unl free. Olrieat avencr for tectirlnM pntenta. has proven its value in nervous 3 J3 " Cl.iy City. l'ntanta taken turoush Muuu A Co. racelra 8:3 tpccM nttict, without charge, la too for thirty years, and mc ts (!uinituu Juuct." Drt a trial, no matter how many :r t. " 4:04 0:1 remedies have failed to he) 4 H'ttyvilleJunct." 10 rnteit-elr-- l A handanntelr lllimtrntei wreklr. Sold by all druggists. If ftrat la I :.i- " Atliol, 10: dilution of anr anlantlila lonrnal. Terma, S3 a . falls to benefit your money I retui J. jrenrt four lmintUl, $L tfolU brail newdaleri.i i:10 O. A K. Junct. " 10:5 MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind. n. .5:2.5 " 11:0 New York HUHHCoQuicksand. " Branch Offlce. S F HU Waahloitoo, 11. C. !!:. . p.-i. iu pcopiii. 'hat lb JUm I.ut. t.. ..ivo been- done to ,t!i oil, inr uute H ,"h?t i.tml ..I Hit i t of tho pvopli). X i esfttty (or action i:i the Iikcp;. ti j ilUS Kit) All .13 I tl O l.Cll.lluuui U has iltiiflups.'-- in . - Let them pay what the ether taxpayers Farm Drain Tile ..d, i to-la- tin-f-o- i - . River Tile . e SWIFT & CO. . d e ki-?- SWEET CLOVER - . rc. Lexington and. Eastern Railway mm weakn--inabilit- - di.v-orde- To-ren- Scientific American Wcbt IJ .und Quieksiuid. Jui-kso- ' Ky. 10 live. William Goebel's Way. 5:35 It03 r:10 Uoveiaur would tiuve been u duaia, uie State taxing uoauib 10 uu, iiuaicub uiu twy eun.eutmu uiavO'-- .11. o tun matter of valued ot ti.o t.. oi uiu weaituy uuuiiu ci. Cr VvliU tuVU iUi jvtl Ui uaaiuflk Juu, uu ij. rpuruwOiis of the istaie, uuu t0 "had Uiluaui uouuel ueea n ill lli ui to live, one oi u.a uiai uuu. .. '1:43 maa :5l oc. :.r) iW) Torrent, Caiiiiiton Junct. Clay City. I., it E. Junct. Windietiter, J.i'xhifrtnn. O.&K. Junct. " ' Alhol. U'ttj villi' Junct." " Couldn't Walk! "I used to be troubled with a weakness peculiar to women," writes Mrs. Anna Jones, of Kenny, 111. "For nearly a year, I could not walk, without holding my sides. I tried several different doctors, but I grew worse. Finally, our druggist advised Cardui for my complaint I was so thin, my weight was 115. Now, I weigh 163, and I am never sick. I ride horseback as good as ever. I am in fine health at 52 years." " " " " West boun No. f). EASTERN DIVISION uu, a ii ol )uu, iu your ouiciui laiiauiij liatu UI lllUaa vuo uau uuu- oi cu juu, juu uiubi uavo titai uusuu 10 pkitaiU IUUaiU Uuiltio wull. UUU caiied an exua tttbiuu of tao les.aiu rent uubo io iuu uUbiiiuaa oi luiu uay luie a:id nad it appoint u coiuiiuiivt IU uu bUfjcCl-UlutteiiutO IU UU Uia' u.lii diiuutioiid to taorougtily Invctu t.uvu'-jbu- i liud and report the true fai. ooi-- i uuiy lb 10 uiunci gait-- , iuu luicicb.j oi oeiy luiuayur ui tun valui' of thu property of such corpora tioiib, Thu lacts thus obtuiuod auu )VU It'Pl tbC'Ut. VOIilil pic--f nilfil by tint committee and I. a 0(.riwraiibn uciiy .Heople'rilfliug. txj el in be would have given to tlic "luu ttlU uwlo 10 cOilJiuuf u uiawbt puiiiiu and blitiuitaneous tlieiewltu ot luuiiiiu luteivbt to your peoiuo an would Uavd gouo tortli his dutuauu a vtiiuiu. 'lue suujtci luvuivuo uu iu upon tuobu btate boards to unaoi.-- . Uio&u ptuperties for taxation in au uua iuua ut. i untied tueui becuubo oi corduueu with the truth; if then the cuiuiiitu a. auto tuu fcietju uuu iut btate board hud still failed or refiui-MkMauCb, il liUl UlbuUUUbty, Ol bOili 1 to tlo their uy.orn duties to the popl UI tiuuiii lUv) JJtullie IU lllu pual uufU ho wouid hare tmpenched them uii'i driven ttioui trom oliicu. It the jircsuu j.,uLi.ii .J.I' Wli. common poJi'ig ii.iiud of Valuation uud Ab&i'.ainiin inui Hit- bib--- -i ..... l.au iioi done iu full a worn dut) i I J Oil lull' U..U mM v.-- . UlUlilUUU IU t' ooiu uutiw lu yenuiui, uuu oui Cast hound tJlat UlObO pi'OpCI'llCb UU uLfcoireii. It tho itauroad iuuw...w,o . No. 10. or tioaid of valuation uuu ,u.m ' DAILY I'ix .Sun tueliib tiUU tailed or decuutJ io uiau 7:20a.m. vJnekunn, labcb&niutita uccoruiiig to wnut wu :I5" just uud tmr m 'would instauio uav 8:10 " " llnddix, Whifk, 0:IK" " I0:!i0" " 1:00" Kx.Su Ky. DMh Krypton, u 2:0i.m. " ( WliUi'hliiinr" llnurd. " " " " 12: 3:40t.n 3:10" ' 2:40" " :12" ' 1 M.ltflicrtg." SHOn.n 0" 4 CARDU I Woman'sTonic We have thousands of such letters, and more are arriving daily. Such earnest testimony from those who have t.icd it, curcly proves the great value of this vegetable, tonic medicine, for women. Carili! relieves women's sufferings, and builds-weawomen up to health and strength If you are a woman, give it a trial. It sliotil.l help you, for it has helped a million others. It is made from pure, harmless, herb ingredients, wiiich act oroinptly and surely on the womanly organs. IMS a good tonic. Try It! Your druggist sells It. Wnli tor Udls' A Jvi wrr Dept.. Guttaaoosa Medicine Co.. ClutUqooit, Ttna.. lor 7:00" " Lexington : Train No; 1 will tnuko cor ft-- tifii willi tin- J,.v N. ut l.exii'Ktoi lor i.ouium ie, Ky Train No. 3 T iiike cotuii'i lion with li.it N. at WIi clit ttci lur Chi: iiitmti. U. Caiuplon Juiu't. Trains No. . 2.3 an i wiiiuiiiKi! couiifi'tioit wan ."iiountai Central lly. to and from Cninntoii. 1 tv.K0TI0N8. - i win iiniko connect ion with the I.. A. ltiilliiHV for t vvlllo. Kv. O. K. .llltiet. TihIiis No. lii'.nilj am u. i uniiy uxci'it Mituwiu make eo l!t-fit- IlcnllyvilleJunrt. Triiia.Nos. l,Smi' iii'ctdin ufil- fur Ci'Uiiel L'ity and DS&.K utatiuiis. "' Um)iiii;AiKentnek) ' I! &uf iutructtuns. mi4 book, "I lone Treatment lorAVoaita," mii free. J 6s