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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): December 12, 1912 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1912 cla1912121201_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 12, 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 .tl.oo n f W'i are here lo help Clay CITY TIMES. 1. Year In Advance. Clif: the Sarronaiing Country and Ourselves. E. Burgher, Publisher. VOT,. WIT.. -- CLAY CITY. t THURSDAY. DECEMBER )2, J9I2. NO. 50. J STANTON COLLEGE Offers Unparalleled Advantages Td The Young People To Get An Education. For Information, Address REV. J. Midshipman Wanted. C. HAN LEY, President, STANTON, KY. Wellington, December D. O., flth, 1912. Tho Olay Gify Times, Clay City, Ky. Dear Sir: ' There will be appointed this winter from tho 7th ky., Congressional district a Midshipman at Annnpolis. If there iif any young man in your county who desires to enter a competitive cxainina tion, which will soon be held in the district. I would be glad to have him write ine at once. Each applicant must be be- tween the ages of 10 and 20 years and physically sound. I would be glud if you will make men t Ton of t h i s in your paper, and oblige, 3 vv-v- . Respectfully, J. 0. Oantrill. Tho above letter from Congressman Oautrill is self explanatory.. It may be that sumePdw Hi youths will want to tuke.ad vantage of this opportunity nun uuth'itiview. Carlisle Democrat enter the rontest, if so, they H. O. VnnArsdale Dead. should correspond with Mr. Can-triH G VnnArsdale, a prominent at once. wholesale luiuberman of Lexiug Young at Seventy. ton, died on a Q. & C. train Marcus Devary has just reach- Thursday morning while return ed hie seventy-seventbirthday, ing home from Cincinnati, Ohio. and declares he does not feel one Mr. VanArsdale was uppnreBtly day older thun a man of thirty. in the very best of health, weigh- A wife and o. e He has just succeeded in having ins 250 pounds son survive. Mr. VanArs'lale $4.00 more placed ou his pension .,,.. t t thifi i.nv!.,.Kw, Mill Ull l" ui check on account of reaching the ijity fifteen years ago and made a e, KentuckUflft in Congress. week to receive the good news. His youngest child is three years A dlspKtclV from Washington old, which is a distinction he is says: The Congressional direceminently proud of. Winchester tory for the closing session of the Congress contains, Democrat. Mr. mniried n Mlfs in connection with the biogra Rogers, or this county, and is phies of- tho different members, . . . well known In re where he has a numoer otiinrerestingieaTures many friends who join the old lit shbl '6jt(iine, and this that gentleman in his good fortune if Kentuckians'.helieve in honoring it does only come with the nd their native ebns. The two Senvanced age of Mr. Devary. ators und eleven Representatives from Kentucky all were born in Electric Light an4 Plwct that State, a?" record held by but Winchester is soon ttr3te the 'turn i'ttipr RtflfpR in tlin pntirfi center of a great electrical power Loaina .,nd Virginia plant, under the auspices of the TIuh would-seeto illustrate Kentucky Utilities Co. Tl.is that' Kenttfrlfcy and Virginia urn company has asked for a franvery much alike in their charw chise from ,the Clark Fiscal Court terisfico. Indiana, which many tor pole lines to conduct currents rail a daughter of Kentu'k, to Rjehnion.l, Mt. Sterling Owings-villfIiowb this proclivity to a pro. Sharpsburg, Paris, Clay as its two Sen- nouueed City, North Middletowilv and .. . . w.i .wf extetit, tf its Dnn.aDiiii tmnlitn Irvine, Estill county. The monev tatives were born in that State. has alreadv been depos.tel ft r sixty-Becon- d De-var. . SPOUT SPRING. Vaughn's Mill. Mr. Will Mize and family, of The Rev. Judge L. F. Mann, of Clay City, upon special invita- near Winchester, are visiting the tion, preached at the Baptist former's brother, Mr. J. W. Mize church Sunday morning, deliver- of this place. ing a most forceful and profitable Mr. George Dunaway has mov-esermon. from the Mr. Bamett place at E Martin came up from Lex- Vaughn's Mill to Mr. J. T. place near Spour ington last week and rented Wright's Spring. Mr. Dunaway is one of Mr. Alex Kirby's farm here. Martin moved to Lexington last our best neighbors and we regret year and we have greatly missed very much to lose him. him. We welcome him back Several from Hardwick's creek attended the speaking at StanGeorge Dunaway, of Vaughn's Mill, has rented John T. Wright's ton by R. L. Barnett the 9th inst. He spoke on the subject of "The farm and nioved there. Mr. is a good citizen to whom Farmers' Union." Mr Barnett we extend the glad hand of wel- is a highly educated farmer, and as his able instruction met with come. the approval of the farming peoCoal Rites Allowed. ple, he has promised a second The Interstate Commerce visit d Dun-away Com-minio- n ll h f.-,.- above age and he was happy hint success in his business there We are showing an Elegant Line of FALL AND WINTER GOODS Including , Cloaks and Wraps Ladies' Suits, Millinery, and etc. MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING to fit you and your pocketbook. (loimress. aside from those from Kentucky, were born in the Blue. These are as fol- gril(iR State nws: Senator Shelby M. Culloni, ijll0jSi horn in Wayne county ; igop,. Joseph L. Bristow, of Kansas, born in Wolf county in 1801 . v,ljam J. Stone, of Mis- . , jn , M d' J. 1848; Albert B. Fall of New Mexico, born in Frankfort in 1801; Marcus Aurelius Smith, Arizona, born in Oynthiana in 1852. Senator Ilenry D. Myers, who evidently is of Montana, proud of the fact, announces that ins mother 'was from Bourbon county, Ky. Representatives A. W. Ruck-eof Colorado, born in Ilnrrods-bur- g in 1847; Speaker Champ Clark, Missouri born in Anderson county in 1850; Majority Leader Oscar Underwood, of Alabama born in Louisville in 1852; James L. Slayden, fourteenth Texas, county not given r, hasgrantedan application of the Lexington and Eastern railvvayfcand other carriers, for anwiority to establish rales on ci i.i fronfUIvnliWhiteKbiiig and in McRoberts, Ky., to point Pennsylvania, Ohn and Indiana, various other states the same as rales concurrently in effect from Benham, Ky , and rates on coal from Hazard and Edjotist, Ky., the same as rates in effect from the Jellico, Middlesboro district. I Many of the rural schools will close during the next two weeks. The children as well as teachers have liemiu to think about Xmas. Owing 10 the liew school Jaw which has proved to be so discouraging to many rural teachers there will probably be a shmiage the coming year and there ought to be as there isn't tiii.x gressive teacher in rural schools ui Oi tie j n m i't conditions. int'ourageiuent for the pro- est WALDRON k JOHNSON, Waltersville, Ky. We carry a full line of General Merchandise and I are selling the goods to our large trade and they tell us they are Another Fire. Saving Money. You can do the same thing. If you are not already one of our many pleased customers, come round rome day and givo our placo a look through and let us price you some of our A slieht blaze in the roof of the Orphans' Homo yesterday was quickly extinguished through tho heroic efforts of Masters Aus- When you want any kind of Merchandise, think of SHIMFESSEL'S and give us the opportunity to please you as we have been doing for so many years paft with satisfaction both to you and ourselves. tin Johnson and Jimmie Hendricks. The roof is very steep but the former lad bravely risked his life by crawling out of a gable window and getting to a point on the roof where he could Mrs. throw water on the fire. Duulop, matron of tho Homo, is indeed very eratoful for tho serv. loos rondored by the t'oya. Louisville (letting Oetter. goods.They wlllopenyoureyestoan opportunity. Everything to Please theCustomer Treasure totaling over forty millions of dollars was moved from vaults in Fifth street to tho now Fidelity & Columbia Trust Company's building in Louisville in an express wagon without police escort. Send Us Your Orders over telephone, by messenger or otherwise and if you livo In Clay City or near our store wo will 'delivor the goods'' THE. TIMES. ruituaukb v;kv.,tiiursuav. . .Subscription rates 81 a year or three years in advance $2. -- J- - C. burgher, Publisher. mail matter. Dec. r Entered Thursday, 12, .1912. XJEUBRATES. For tho convenience of our with the following papers at prices below mentioned; t The Times and Courier-Jouri$1.00 " Cincinnati Enquirer 1.10 90 Louisville Herald 76 " Home and Farm 1.00 " Ii land Farmer " American Farmer 90 " Sdujhern'AgnjcuHurist, 7o thronlc Grumblers. There is too much inclination with most penple'in this county to grumble' WetruiHble',a,r(rut the weather possibly more than anything else, though uot of late because it YTalfbeen ideal' 'iA' fill' of its appointments; and then next with local conditions dead county and dead city. It is 'not the county nor the city'that' is dead, it is just our way of looking at it, and the way we do things ourselves? If w6 would always look at tHe bright side of things, have something to accomplish in view, then go to work to accomplish whafe'ver 'we"h'a've in mind with a push, a vim, and a determination "to' accomplish it, success will surely, sooner or later, arrive. Too many sit still waiting for something to turn up, and most that do work are work ing only to get "a living, being sh t isfled therewith, 'while others just the hoarding up of money. Try ing to successfully establish some business, or make a success at some laudable occupation that will help the individual, his pos terity and the community and county in which one lives is great and noble purpose. Noth ing is grander except the work of a devout clergyman. we must go forward or we must go backwards, of the two let us advance. ' The suspension of oue enterprise should planted by two that are better. A discouraged populace is a men ace to society aud a source of uu profitable existence. On the contrary let us take courage; build up, brace up our spirits aud take hold of something that will build up our country as well as ourselves. We need not expect aud must not wait for some for eign capital to come in and so lovo us that they will build a beautiful city for us and improve our roads, but on the contrary we can iuduce people of meaus and influence to locate with us by building up ourselves, our city be-s- up neglected VgricuftiYrar'diSfritls, ' Congressman i J. 0. Cantrill wei-habeen grinding ub down for nil Cure is taken internally, acting di- .. .?. .v. . j it are receiving mo . uongrensiuuai i times past and it is time to make i rectly tipon the' blood and mucous, tfs lweirconniy, such plnces We were deprived of a change. d aiif iUl the building Heiordl surfaces of the system, thereby destroying the foundation of the disof better roads nlfover the St ate. thhVold Volume afterJohn- Lang Poor and rich alike are now Antf a few thousand fnr'Hie do ley fell heir'ta tfre throne in the giving tlie pathnt ease, and y J po'wcrs olfl'Tenth and Governor James B. rhdependetit'of the ice trust that strength by building up the convelopinent of our '"water so mercilessly gouged us during now going to waste" would alsrtfMcOroary retired from stitution 'and Vssisting'Tiature in. Se'hrife. TisvWiburco of great. las, summer's torrid days. , roprletora be advisable. 'Give us'ijiustness dolrig' Mts work. Legislature and with the presoiit sHsfiiftion'lq know that we have have so mueh faith In its curative $ioo Reward, $ioo. Stato officials we can do some- fricnds'representing'Us at Wash- ' The readers of 'this paper will be powers "that tliey offer One Hunthing, that, will advance progres- - ington or well as political .con- pleased to learn that there is at dred Dollars for any case that it sivoism in the State, but not stituents. "Mr. Ctfnt rill cannot least one dreaded disease thaf sci- fails t t are. Send for list of tessend the 'ftecord fo ''all r6f his ence has been able to cure'ln all its timonials. leddyism. friends as eVdh" Congressman is stages, and that is Catarrh. ' Hall'8 Addreed: F. J. Cheney & Go,. Wise men change their opin- only allowed aHe-f- r "copies. - If Toledo, O. Catarrh Cure is the only positive ions frequently and they "have any1df oureattefwouId like'td fra75c. the medical Sold by Druggists, j --if oause'for so dolng.t,u'tVtfdi- -' read in full sSme'bf the proceed- dure now known to ternity. Catarrh being a constitu- ' Take Hall's Family Pills for 'is whom we were aprinst in ings of 6'tir "ffa'ttoHal legislative tional disease, requires a constitu- corillipitirtn. dv. uinr' voiirs, will have our - sup- - body they carfget copies of the Catarrh tional treatment. Hall's It eniipp wp have found them Record if they Have hot been c inrpre in what we doubted previously taken by other pa Dr. M. . B. mi Minn. What we neon in trons lic office most of all is honest VETERINARY 'SURGEON. I RICHMOND, KY. Justus Goebel knows how to m. and men who will stand lip ....Graduate of the... e A Tralalng L. & N. flini'hingly for what they know fight the Lannshtre V. s. College, England 1869. School for Teachers railroad. It seems that Goebel 'ie riglit, regaVdJess of adverse, FLEIYUNGSBURO, KY. ItlllMln, TUU la ll 'insequences sfarin'g'them in the is bent on saving the Common- , at Eaton's LiJrery I fun nnwbe no, . wealth a million dollars ayear in Stable, in Cln wen for about 2 months p.. a man be relWhv should tiifM. tnttMa Tn ity MlntaM. Tefnlenaiiaor egated to the rear because he has tax that certain corporations have vheio I will t hie to treat all kinds t Morses. Cattle, Shcop, of fi caused friction fn the party, if been evading in years paM. Hog md I U' this friction was caused by his Goebel would make a worthy II pxalll lions nnd conaultn-i!a- ll cuionm. . .miK.PmiJ.nl. unit see me. tinns free doing his duty rightly and con successor In the. ever efficinnt. fcciSntiously. The'nVan whii does! Governor James JHcurear.x his duty'is always sure to cause a The season for'good rpads disturbance among tl.ose who do about pust. A few m re rains not want the right thing done. and freezes and the ordeal of the Beckham up to 1012 miserable mud roads will be u was the best Governor Kentucky us? The heavvtffill of mud rosi ever had. He will also make'a go'od U. S.' Se'nator. He was tHkt Wjndlejff 'oujt of jllietifllce before Any'ache or pain tr any part of the and should be given the nomina- body"an bo relieved, with Sbipp'i Quick Relief Xiniment. $100 reward if tion without opposition. it fails and the purchase, price is not s , , - the-U.8.- - -- I . , WHITE, ' tax-dodgi- ffli-p- ! A 'km-M- j ; I -- 'J.-O.W- Stop , Ache! As Friend To Friend Thro'ifgli the "courtesy of our refunded.-- Crv it and see. 60c At All Your Bank MU Be both wiUihg and able at all times to extend you such accommodations as your business justifies. Ask the experience of your friends who have carried their accounts with the CLAY CITY NATION- - -- AL i. 13ANKL during the past twentythree years. Clay , , City National Bank, ' , any lady about the making ;of cluuies. She'll tell you the advantage of aving them well made. She'll cell ou, if she knows, that our Ladies' garments are the most perfectly tailored of any in the city.. Am CLAY CITY, KENTUCKY. They Have Fashion and Neatness. i See us for your wants in Ready Skirts, Tailored Suits,' Cloaks,' Rain 4o-Wear ft PUBLIC NOTICE. We take plies. this method of further extending an invitation to Goats, Millinery, Dress Goods, Silks, and a full line of Ladies' Furnishings. the buying public to come to our ftore and get their supFor 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. l! I Now that we are Aarted, we want to till extend our, trade further. Our one great is appeal for your trade and county. The L. & N. railroad has caught their match in Justus Goebel who . is fighting them to make them pay their just share of tax. He is as badly despised bv tho rail roads andother oppressive corpor ations as ever his brother, former Governor, Win, Goebel, was. Tho State needs just such men as they now have at the head of the State government, and they with a good Legislature could make this State a most protperous one. But so long as wo have Legislatures that allow so much for uo general good we not expect much. What Kentucky needs most now is agricultural experiment stations in tho1 Low Prices on what you must have to eat and wear. our price on four staple We are you MILLS FJjOUR IT RISES AWAY ABOVE all other brands nf Hour with the going to give you just show you how articles to we can save Besl money: Patent Flour Made, Sugar, - $3.10 per cwt. hufwifo who loves good home-innd- o Granulated -- -- 6 cts. per lb. 13 Meat and Lard, " " " Lard in 50 pound cans, the house $5.75. Everything in Give us These are only fair samples of other prices. is sold-a- t the same low price. a trial. Ii. Q. CRABTREE COMPANY. .ru,. .1 i v breud when b)iu tifcs the PEARL flour. Itn uniform unll-tand exeulli'iico never disappoint her. Jt is the heat all around Hour on the market and gives your hreul that tHinptinir and duliuiouu Uuvor that alwayn delights the 'over of good lrnd when you Ube the PEARL Hour. y Made by J. ANDREW CAIN, Versailles, Ky . Weather. ' " The present cold snap' is the 'coldest of the winter so far. It got down last night (o just 10 de grees above Zero' winch is indeed A HOME-MAPAPER. very cold weather to' have' before the regular schedule time for THURSDAY, DKP. 13, 1912, winter to begin whieli is Decem ber l! ft . We hope ,tlie eliaiig of fall to winter will not, be as LOCAL BREVITIES." in licit colder after the 2lt as the Iluliert HunteY, of Winchester scheduled, division of f.ill uud winter implies. uuh lie1 re tlie lirst'of the week. w'jiii'i ' .lop Mount.,, of Sunns,. Mtii., fhcScythe of Death. " t. i. bus eomq home to spend the holiday. i , "There a reaper wlibae nnme is Dentil, And with his sickle keen Wm. Swope4T.;.nf McCormicH, He'reups the bearded grain at a breatliV was transacting biminces in the And the flowers Hint grow between." 'ity Wednesday. On last. Friday evening, after The Rev. L. F. Mann will preach sable night had stretched its ebon ak' the' Metliodist church irithis pinions over the sleeping'world, ; came the mystic Reaper and city Sunday morning plucked the last and only blossom' 71, " Bill Puckett.-nge- d from the home of Mr. and Mrs died NovemherSO, burial the fol- T. M. Mount. This blossom was lowing Tuesday near liis home. their baby boy. It went to join i.i bf the the great throng that inhabits F. B. Kussell, Presiden) Olay Oity National Bank,' was in the cities of the dead. It left us. the fragments of the ancient tlio city several days this week. world, to complete our Godly 'Mrs'. Hoy t llus9ell has return task'p. "All that tread the globe ed from a two'inouth's visit to are but a handful to the tribes her sister, Mrs. Harry Shattuck, that slumber in its bosom." at Bowling Green. Dear parents, we do not ask von The final report of the Con- - to cease to mourn its death, fot ... . T. U gressional SUDcommmee on jtuo-li- this is the only bereavement from Buildings allows $807,000,for which none desires tobe divorced. But let us ail so live that we Kentucky cities. can see these saiutlv blossomt-blool)r. Ohas. B Dickson will be at in the field of that everthe Red River Hotel this city for a lasting green. Its fute is the few day s, beginning December 2Gth common fate of all, so let us preto practice dentistry. pare to embark in our tetemal preach at yacht.across the uufathomed set Eld. A. Easter will the Christian church in this ciy of death. Suiiday morning at 11 o'clock and "O why should this worthless intenrc- ' ment endure, Sunday night at 6:80. 'im. 'TIMES: .Cold DE Dr. Irvin- - was called to Irvine this week as a witness in . dam ago suit against the railroad con tractors on the new road being built from Irvine to Winchester, for tho death" of Tom McKinney, of thi8:corintV) a laborer, on the struck by a rock road, wliilcljlasting. i McKiniiev died who-'wus many women efldaf A man cannot understand the torture arid uncomplainingly. If the majority of men suffered as much pain and endured with weakening aicknessee that . most women do,' they would aek for fiatience the sympathy and look for a quick cure. Many women have been saved from a life of misery and suffering by turaiag to the right remedy Dr. Pierce'a .Favorite Prescription a remedy which is safe to take because containing no narcotics, alcohol or injurious ingredients. It a alterative extract of roots, made with pure glycerin, and first given to the publio by that famous specialist in the diseases of women Dr. R. V. Pierce1,' of tha Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute of Buffalo, N. Y. ia-a- WOMEN TAKE NOTICE ! suffering ntf his home a few weeks, after the accident and Dr.Irvin attended him. ' - , x. . . f t Drives Off a Terror. The chiefexccutiuner of death in; the winter, and spring months is pneumonia,, Its advance agents are, colds and grip. In any attack by, one of th'.se maladies no time should be lost in taking the best medicine obtainblc to drive.it off Countless thousands have 'found 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 V. Place, Rawsonville, Vt., ind for coughs, colds and croup we have never found its equal." Guaranteed for all bronchial affec tions. Price 50 cts. and $1 00. Trial bottle free at all dealers. Adv. Mrs. Lizzir M. IlKssnr.isiKn, of Lincoln, Nob., 520 "0" St., pavs: "I send a testimonial with much pleasure so that soma sniTcrlng woman may know tho truo worth of your remedies. 1 was a eroat sufferer from fomalo troubles but after taking ono bottlo of Dr. I'lerco's Favorite Prescription, which a friend advlsod mo to take, I found myself very much improved. 'After taking thrco moro bottles, and using two boxes of Dr. I'inrco's' Lotion Tablets, I found myself, on tho road to recovery. I was In poor health for five years but now I am cured. . "I hope all womon suffering from fcmnlo weakness wilt glvo Dr. Plerco's Favorlto. Prescription a fair trial, i i Doctor Pierce's Pleasant Pellets regulate and Invigorate lias. Hessiieimeb. etomach, liver and bowels. Sugar-coate- tiny granules. , When in Need of Builder's Hardware, Cabinet Mantles, Grates, Tiles, SHIPP'SQUICK- RELIEF LINIMENT. This Is the liniment the people i Cooking or Heating Go to or Write Stoves, 25 . are e talking about. Answering the. call of the Comptroller of the Currency, the Clay City National Bank hasa fine report in this isiue of the Times. The inmates of the Highland Orphanace, this city, were given Could Shout for Joy. a trip to Lexington Saturday upof the In"I want to thank you from th on special invitation dustrial School of the Bluegrass bottom of ray heart," wrote C. B. Rader, of Lewisburg, W. V.a., "foi capital. Foils A Foul Plot. a shameful plot exists liver and bowels to cause by refusing to act, take Dr. King's New Life Pills, and end such abuse of your Bystemt I'liey gently compel right action of stomach, liver ind bowels, and restore your health and all good feelintrs. 2flc at all dealers. Adv. be-twe- It is the most wonderful remedy for relieving pain I have ever used. Capt. inuerson curry, Lexington, Ky. I used this liniment and the pain and oreness disappeared like magic. Jailer W. T. Hallciiger, .Lexington, Ky. For relieving itches and pains this inimentbeuts any thine I ever saw. J. If. Letton, Lexington, Ky. It is the only remedy I have found that huA given me any relief since I was iinrulizeu lour years no Mrs. ousan weloorn, wewnurg, inu. If it fails td PelU've unv pain in utiv ;art of the body in fifteen minutes, usk If its undying guest be lost forever? for your money back. Then let us keep the soul embalmct. SOLD BY ALU LEADING and pure DRUGUISTiS. And in living virtue, that when botl may sever Although, corruption may our framer . consume, The immortal spirit in the skies nioj bloom." ( ( 0 f) Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, f) ) (" ( ) Winchester; - Ky. "Wl ( ) Co Fall and Winter the wonderful double benefit I jiM from Electric Bitters, in uuriigiue of both a severe cace of biouiiicIi trouble and of rheumatism, from which I hud been an almost helpless sufferer for ten years. It sui'.-emy case as though made just for me." For dyspepsia, indigestion, jaundice, and to rid the system of kidney poisons that cause rheumatism, Electric Bitteis have no equal. R. A. Kirby, of Spout Spring, Try them. Every bottle isjiuaran-teeOnly 50 cents at to satisfy. advertises his fine farm for sale all dealers. Adv. in this issue of t lie Times. Read a description of the place on the fourth paro this week and if you flillikan Business Schojl, want, a good place at an astonLEXINUTON, KY. ishingly low figure call and see this place. BOOKKEEPINO, SHORTHAND, ' When dis-trcF- B Goods. KSXK3 d d Best Styles for Dressy Men in f Hardwick Our Fall and Winter Goods ,ire in. & Co. We cordially invite Suits, Over Coats, Rain Coats. you to cull and see them. We will make it to your interest to do your dealing with up, by giving J'ou more for your money than you can pet elsewhere. And besides, think we have every thing yon want. We can not mention here everything that wo handle, hut want to call your attention to the following line?, that we are anxious for you to get acquainted with. Hart, SchalFner and Marx Clothing for Men, Famous Stage Beauties look with horror on Skin Eruptions Blotches, Sores or Pimples. They don't have them, nnr will any one, who uses Buoklen's ArnicaSalve. It glorifies the face. Eczema or he odds and ends which give ele The gance to the appearance. needfu.lt which will muko the enl This school has turned out bun man show his quality. dreds of men and women who are successes. It will make CUFFS SHIKTS COLLARS a success of you. Rtandard goods, eure to fit. TYPEWRITING u!o Haert brand "Astor" Clothing. "Queen Quality" and ''Houton Favorite" "Walk-Over- " Salt Rheum vanish before it. It cures sore lips, chapped hands, chilblains; heals burns, cuts and bruises. Unrqualed for piles. Only 25c at all dealers. Adv. WANTED An industrious man to represent one of the most extensive manufacturers of Home Remedies,, Spices, Extracts, Soaps, Toilet Articles, Ptrfuroos, Stock and Poultry Preparations in Powell or adjoining Counties. Representative must furnish suitable conveyance. Large .profits and a. perAddress Thn manent position. Aitturtnnn f)nmiiti V IS HMfKn ( ft(ltiM yiUICIIVUII HVtUVUJ fir Vl 1 Shoes for Women, Shoes for Men, Write for Catalogue. TIES GLOVES HOSIERY SUSPENDERS to euit the very particular. hrand Hats for Men and Hoys. get our price when in need of Women's, Misseu' undChil dron's ready-to-wea- See our joodu and r Huts, Coats, Raincoats and etc., MONEYW IK -f- MG MRS. mer-cluat- a, e. Men's Haiti coats, Hunting Coats, leather and rubber Foot Wear, Staple and Dress Caps, Tiousers, and etc. In fact see us for any thing you show you need, and let us We tell routaow. ihd my bet market We are dealr; otabliihed fiilce. and can do BKVTUtt for you than agent or cumraiisioa Kefrrenrca any lunk In Write for wc VI y price lUU that we can eave you money. J.W.WILLIAMS '- I, MlHt,4 M M. SABEL t Mtktt H. IMHmil, SONS KT. - CLAY CITY, KY. Hardwick & Co., Stanton. & To the many friends of thi;to Baptist ininiiter, who lieltl u se- citv who so kindly ministered wants of our dear baby in its ries of meeting in this city three the and who also .vears ;mo, died at Morunliolu sickness and death, their hemim: hand Tuesday. Hro. Davis' church in condolence in its losr that city had just completed u and sincere our thanks, men we extend lmiidsoiiio new church which war nuts lmve trreatlv relieved to have heen dedicuted by him us in this our saddest, hours. the last Sunday in the year. The Mr. and Mrs. T. M Mount.. made main Ueverend nentleinan KUPUKT 01' THU CONDITION friends during his short stay DP THE will read thi. notice with Clay City National Bank sorrowing hearts. At O'lny City la the state of Kentucky, Married. Kltler li. Elder Uavls Ucad. Card of Thanks. - J. Davis", the noted Will be paid to any person having any Mud ot pain or ache if Slilmn Quick Make Your insulin u--. teller i.uumuntiniis $100 Reward! Farm Drain Tile iorivc v licit-wh- o At the residence of the bride's mother, Mrs. Tenipie Todd, on December 7th, at 2:510 o'clock nt the cUe of business Nov. 26th, 101- -' HKSOURCKS. if72,.jis a: Loanx mid discounts secured and un.Mr. Gibson Uason anil Miss Min- (herd raft, 700 Till secured nie Todd- - were married in the U.S.nondsi to secure circal'ii ari,(MK o1 presence of a arise crowd of rel- llonds. securities, etc . . .. 30.87r oo intuit fiivnittirt nlld atives and friends, Elder A. Eas- i.. ..I. " 1 AGenuine A Winter Wet Land Productive. By the use of drain tile you cat. iufnnd the purchase price Is not Try ll and sue. 50c. At All turn that low, wet, useless, swum-pDruggets. field into the most productive Good lib, pjiot on your farm. properly placed, not only carries off surplus water, it niluilts air io me soil and makes it any to work. It improve miv coil. The inercneo (.in the value, of the land is many Tlio Ibst Mm- - tin- cost of the tile Fruit year's crop from tiled land pnys the work fur it. Anv bodv can-d- o . Write for particu-l.i- r Shrubs, Asparagus, Rhubarb, Peonies r ci'll at out plant. Roses, Plilox, etc. TREEb! NO AGENTS I and Ornamental - succet-sfully- (iUOWERS OP WHAT WE . ELL. FREE CATALOG Red River Brick & Tile Company, STANTON, KHSTUC KY. ter olliciat in;:. Tile happy cou- Ik.... I1...,... ...ttn.tffwl falvfrVI V ple lett on Hie 4 o'clock train foi ' agent'' ...... at Boyd sta- Notes of other Nnt'l banks. a visit lo rebilives fractional paper currency, tion, Ky. nickels, and cents Judge McCurmlck Killed. County Jude Ail.mi McCJor-micof Moiitgonier.N county, wa. fatully injureii Thursday morn inn ami In daughter, Miss Florwas instantly ence McUormu-k- , killed at the 0 iiijisville cross-Jnj- i in the euslern Miuurbs of Mt. Stfilinj:, by the westbound 0. it (J. fast train No. 25. k nVn,. 2.000 00 8(,0O0 Wearer. i'h a reliable Eole otr the ground nd the feet keep muirds the heiilt h We have them in all leathers, best styles and finish. H. F. Hillenmeyer& Sons, Lexington, ivy. IP.CO t 83 i" hJ A heavy shoe Law rei. Money UnwKitvK i.v Hank . viz: Su.lMVo Sneeie K Vi capital, arocic, SUIU'LUHASUUN- $100,000 iiOO.OOO liedeiniition fund with U. S. Trens'r('Vc of cirTn) Total K UIVIUKU l'KOFTl'S, 3 1 ,2.0 00 FEI. Ijirvmruy obtained In all countrlei OR HO rtlrt- Cavratl and CopjTlgllU on patentability. Patent practrRII RIPORT ice exrlnilvelr. BANK RirCRINCKS. ffeml a rnti in nampt tor inramai'ia dook on HOW TO OBTAIN and SILL PATINTS, j patent law and other raluabln Information. 155,0H 4 . 5, 00 00 Surplus ftuid profit a less expenses. Undivided 1,011 43 and taxes paid Nnt'l bank notes imtst muling 2."i,((W On 2,2-- 1 40 Want Mayor to Reslj;n. Dm. to other Nafl Hunks All the members ot the Bourn Individual deposits subject to 00,020 03 cheek ot City Council of Winchestei 237 01 outstanding Cashier's cheeks have called upon Mayor Hughes r.ills payable, including certiftd re'fitin Ins olliie. Mr. Hughes icates of deposit for moil-e- y i.onuoo borrowed the refused to do m stating that LIABILITIES. ... stojkpiiid in Cupitnl $25,0(.O0O riiw Gunfletal, Patent Winchester Bank. Jj ok VmoiiTHH, Ky. LeatheivFans,. S D. SWIFT & CD. LAWYER8, PATENT in Laeo and Button for Men and l?ovs, Ladies. Misses and Children at popular prices. You are invited to call and see them and get our price.- - N. IIOI.I.Y WlTUHHSlMlflX, Pitr.n. Oahiiibu. W. It. Simi.vii. j J 2 VCIIH ACCOl'NTH K IKICITKIJ j Constipation, if Neglected, Causes Serious Illness Constipation, if neglected, leads to almost innumerable complications affecting the Beneral health. Many cases 01 typhoid fever, appendicitis and other severe diseases arc traceable to prolonged clogging of the bowels. Rcfjard-- t li c effects o f constipation, C. E. Aycrs, 6 Sabin Montpelicr, St., says: Vt., "I was afflicted with constipation ml liUlnuanotifl for yenrx, nntt at tlmra became to bad I .would become unconscious. I have been found In that condition many tlmeH. Physicians did not seem to bo ablo to I would become do me any good. before Oi buy. people of Winchester want him to hold mi and that lie is going to do so. Short Life as Bride. Tot nl 1 55,014 10 Mrs. J. W. SWEET CLOVER A reat ferti wr, and a hardy vig ir..us forage plant for hay and Will grow in any soil, pa lure. ace-- . Can he sown even in rock with spnng nais, or pown alone in M.iv for iiifiiditvv. and sown in with s State of Uol'NTV T. nbove-name- d Kr..vrroKV, OF Ul.AHK, 15 ) tfS . of the t Hussell. bank, do nolemnly swenr Mrs. Willie NiblacU, of lluck-erville- , tlnii. the nhove statement is true to the bnk etitinty, a bride of best of my knowledge and belief. t. Frank 15. seven days died riday of a bone . Subscribed and sworn to before me affelon w Inch appeared 8 days this 10th day of Dec. 1012. ter marriatie. Mrs. Niblack was J. A. lloone, Clerk Clark County Court. By I.. Jackson, I). ( . u Miss Thomas, daughter of RobConnr.cT Attest : ert Thomas. ) Chas Scott. Jim. D. Atkinson, Directors. Child Vies. A. T. Whitt, the little Thomas Gordon,Mr. and Farm For S&le. three months old son of ! prnciically level Friday 125 acie- Mrs. Tom M. Mount, died at the farmini: land, just.iollinj; enoiifi to mirht. Burial Mondav McKinney graveyard on Hard-wick'- s drain wel'. About half of this f irm is of a n'od heavy black cum and creek. wheat land and the rest is of a sanWaterworks for Jackson. loam and lirmy uood grass and Jackson is to have waterworks dy other products, anil i no- - mostly in the Spring. A franchise for Must of this farm in blue that purpose has been disposed set lii'i n glass. in trnis for a nunibei bus of and the plant will be installed of years and if in a lino slnpu for in about four mouths. ciiltu'ittion. t.ii'l is lo'.Htcd on tne public road thai lead- - from Irvine Pulaski Goes Dry to Ml. Sterling and also on the The citv of Somerset has voted south by puldie road Hilt place day by 148 majority, mid I'ulas-k- i lias on it .1 fjnud dwelling of seven county at the same time went rooms, veiaiida and porch, spleu milk hu- - rignl at the dry also by more than I wo thou did well 1 and 1. FmnU Prei-idenKussell.-l'resKtcii- Williams, Glay City, Kv. Effective Novemb?r 2Si 1912. corn it the lait oiiltivaiion. Pii-eof Hftl. and eircularhow to itow it -- ieiit o'm rcnuetd. Box yy. BOKI1ARANSEEI) CO., Falmouth, Ky. Lexington nd Eastern Railway Company. W ESTERN DIVISION. No. 1'. Daily V. M. 1 -- kkAAj n 3 No I. Daily A M. I Si huh II IeV EXPERIENCE I . OVER fir! YEARS' I 1 1 I weak and for days nt a tlmo could do no work. Not long hbo I Rot a box of Dr. Miles' Laxutlvo Tablets, and after using them found I had never tried anything that acted tn such a mild and effective manner. I bellcvo I have at last found the remedy that suits my case." Kat Boiuid :,'Vi Lexinfitoii, :17 J::i" 3:03 H:17 1:04 4:-Jf- " Clay City. (!aniiton Junet." " Torrent. Athol. (I. it K. Junct. " " Jaekson. . Qiiii-kfiuar- r " Wint'hoter, L it K. Junct. " Ky. f 1 RKDC IVIA M C.ll. 0:i7 10-il- J S:.l 0:11 ():!:() ll'ttville.lunct." ' AnTona puillna n tkrlrh ml ierlpUon ninr frcu vlmtlier an nulrklr iccrliiiii our l prolmbly wiliiiiii 1. Ciiiiimtinlrn. hhiiuquua ll(itmirlciiycomiuciHiiii. furaeruriiupaleiin. "'"u, umI fri'e. OIlet auoiii'jf retelTO l'nK-nt- i tnlion tiirniiuli Jluim A tpreUtl node;, irltliuut cknrae. la tlio Ortavnimim Aft. DE8I0NS .. 4:.VJ r.:l!i 5iJ") .... . 10:57 II (f, :J5 No" II. Scientific Jltaerieatu A linndiiom-l- y j I fir ri.iri fi.iirmunllia,L nf liraiicU Olllce. ' 5 lllimlrolel wofklr. Irneit w a .li'MlUn I""""1 : 'JVrnit. BuM bull newtilenlorj. V SU Thousands of people are sufferers from habitual constipation 'possibly realizinn something of the danger of this condition, yet neglect too long to employ proper curative measures until serious illness often results. The advice of all physicians is, "keep your bowels clean," and it's good advice. Dr. Miles' Laxative Tablets arc sold by all druggists, at 25 cents a box containing 25 doses. If not found satisfactory, your money is returned. MILES MEDICAL CO., and-wliil- e No. I. M. FIUKN&Co.30,B'M!'v"'NewrYp r Elkhart, Ind. West Bound r,:X .1:10 (Julcksaiid, .laek-01- 1. Ky. " l).u! P. M.' T:V 0 1 1 sand majority. . door, Air. ami airs. . u. ,i wioore. 01, , , .1 citv on account of the death of their little grandson, Thomas l iiirdon Mount.. J. A. lioborts, of West Heiul, has located at Hazard whither he orders the Tiniets sent to his nildrt". ,. ,! '. 10,00) or; Authorization lor Kfiitiitucky projects probably ' will bo tmulo in the Mouse lie I'.uihliiiiis Hill. 11 I'tib-- j I .lulin Kollis, Krai.kfo'troeor, was bluAii to pieces while carrying a lax conlaiiiiii twenty sticks of d umiiiti'. riuvui.. i.iiuiui 1 . 1 IT. M. mm n m " Athol, huiy .1 chicken houe, 5:31 lfitwilleJuiiel." 0:05 house, com crib, t hnr.i, fiood Il:i' " Torrent, S :"0 lilac Udiirth linn and all other nee : t:t Campion Junet. " 4 .05 " Clay City, esnry outbuildings, about 8 aeirs 7:10 4 :!I7 J.. A- K. Jiinct. " 7:51 in orchard, and is in ebout half f;(Ci 4 .'.( " Wiaeliefter, mile to two churches, about !!0nds S:.0 " I :.'15 l,eiuKt(ii, ami n good public schoolstore II") rod and to postodice, geiieial EASTERN DIVISION WeM bound hndge; ill about I miles ot Km! hound No. It. Ins tit rut Isj No lo. town and railroad DAILY loe.ited and is Mirround-- i JiAII.Y" sK.rtm ed by as- h'lih and respet'tanle fami-lie- . KvSuii. Tr'On.'ni." Jackson, Kv. iciup m a? can be found in the cour.uy " 3:1.1 :I5" ' llnildK, i' urn heie and will make a nie 2:lo ' Whick. " ilc.il l.ouiu for an no. The owner ll'IK" " Krypton, ul" " " 12: n" " llazaid,' ))r U:!!II" " u S:)0a?m ': Op.iu. Whfle.liiur" mi. ,1r, j,,,,,,.,,, !k . ,,it tak4:t" ' Melioherls." 7:00" " ,,ir(. (,r (.onie Wisteni rONXKOTiONH. Term" made eiw.y, abotil idown,! he oil men can De run lor a leriu I. ciuutou : Train No. will make willi the l.rt N. at L.P Kli n of years br ien.inalile rale of in- uihville. I.v Train .No. !l will fer'tst. This farm i" tfoin to sell for make connection with L.A- N. nl it n bai'L'ain to some one. and anv tor Cilx'hinali, ' one seeking a farm of thi deccrip. Juiirl. Train Ko. I.2..'liitid 4 will make connection with .Mnuulnh' tion ran call tin or write 10 U. A. Kerby, Spout. Spriiu. Ky. Ceniml ly. to and from Caiuiton. p .atlvvllle.lunct, Trnlns Ntw. 1, '.'and with the I. f tl will make'eonneetlon f Ma-Oii- ie 1 ' ). A-- K. Junct. !' Don't Suffer! I " I had been troubled, a little, for nearly 7 years," writes MrsL Fincher, in a letter from Peavy, Ala., "but I was not taken down, until March, when I went to bed and had to have a doctor. He did alt he could for me, but I got no better. I hurt all over, and I could not rest. At last, I tried Cardui, and soon I began to improve. Now I am in very good health, and able, to do all my housework." .,,.,.,,, s. TAKE - ; JI wo-nc- at Thai 'w Woman'sTonic 1 1 eon-necl- li 11 j I.- - AMD HSDLS ?oa hav turn mms. WatCouriUJi-J- . Wrllnl'. K10RE3T HABuET FUICH wd l o. for llcaltyvllle, Ky. Jin et. TiahiB No. "dully niid mm in Sun. will ninki' con No I ilnih U ilu iihioA- - Keuinel II. ' ili forCtinnel I'hj nrnlOj A K.slall 'nX. A linilMii K. . You may vondcr why Cardui Is so successful, after other remedies have failed. The answer is that Cardui is successful, because It is composed of scientific ingredients, that act cuiaiivcly o: i!ie womanly system. It Is a medicine only. It builds, strengthens, and for women, and for restores weak nd n'l'.2 women, to health and happiness. If you suffer lt! o Mrs. Fincher did, take Cardui. It will surely do for you, what It did fpr her. At all druggists. .j WfWf fo. 1 j. (or Special iMtmciions, I wuiw a nuiuij ia rv.. t rii4Hinmfri Mpilirfir Pri. Chattanooga. Tenn.. vwiw'vi. book, "Home Treatment tor Women," aent tree. J CO frtut-lb- C RTAR' IKhnn ruailm'f jrt'rU.bJ VS.TSV Ltr. iitl ..al.-.uJ- t'UUt lor ttU jln