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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): January 9, 1913 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1913 cla1913010901_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.): January 9, 1913 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1913 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CLAY CITY TIMES. N .81.00 a Year In Advance. Wi arc here to help Clay City, the Snrronniing Coonlrr.aBJ Ourselves. .1. E. Burgher, Publisher. VOL. XVIII. Plenty of Water. The present tide in Hed river is the largest for the past two year?, liking but about, three feet of being :is high as it was four .years ago in April when the bridge ut Bowen was washed down and the approaches to the s bridge, at Waltersville and Ferry were washed down. The river is very wide where the bottoms are low and spreading, .lust back of the Times oflice for .instance, we can look nut aud&ee possibly a mile of water, while the river straight across must be mile wide. It is about f beautiful scenery and pleasing to behold at this season of the year when the destruction is at the Four yours ago we minimum. saw the fiver almost this high .1 uly 5th. It was distressing then to see so much growing corn Will-ter'one-hal- CLAY CITY, K.Y., THURSDAY, Young Pocple Greatest Criminals. Powell County Premiums. JANUAKY J), J9I3. NO. 2 McCryary Talked of. 'Statistics show that !" per cent, of all crimes committed by the United States are by young men under 2J years of age. The cause for such a state of affairs lies in the fact that the youth who gets drunk, for instance, for the first, time, often is carried home and the man who sold him the liquor is permitted to escape punishment; that the pistol carrier is allowed to go free when, if the first offense was taken notice of, a murder later might not have resulted; that criminal nature did not develop all ut once, but resulted from the indulgence of the smaller vices until the hardened nature was the outgrowth of that careless course of action in baubling smaller Petroleum Production. 11)12 500,000 barrels of oils were taken from the Kentucky fields as compared with 472,458 barrels in 1011. Kentucky however is a very poor oil state when compared to the other oil produciug states. California led all other states with 82, 000,000 barrels, Oklahoma conies second with 52,000,000 barsels while Pennsylvania which formerly stood at the top produced only 8,000,000 barrels and is surpassed in the oroer named by Cali f orn ia, Ok ahonyj IJ!i.nojsi 'Louisiana, West. Virginia, Texu and Ohio. drowned out. Messrs. The College Boys. J. O. Gannon, During P. H. Demaree, J. W. Nelson and K. II. Rose, who are attending the Kentucky Wesleyan College at Winchester, gave some very impressive and forceful talks jat the Presbyterian church in this city, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights, and Sunday morning and Sundiyy night. The young men were assisted Sunday morning by Itev. I. T Spencer, pastor of the Methodist church. Loom End Sale. Oldham Brothers & Co. well-know- n The annual session of Farmers' Week at State University, Lexington has fTeen in session this week. Many prizes were awarded to farmers for the best show of corn. It should bo giatifying to Powell county people to know that corn from this county, both in the adnlt and boys' entries, took premiums. J. E. Burgher won first prize on best ten. ears of white com from this division, and firsY prize for the best single ear of white corn. Eo also won first prize on cow pea seed in open competition with the State. Edmon Burgher in the boys' department won third premium on best single ear and- best ten ears. This corn was grown under modern methods from the very best seed obtainable, no expense being spared to make these crops a success. The best, of this corn was grown on upland and made an average yield of 73 bushels per acre. ' The result shows that premiums wexo-- . awarded to all of the five entries made from this county, three of these carrying otf first premiums" with the blue ribbons attached. - Turn to The Bright Side. When our farmers begin to look at the dark side ot existing conditions in Powell county let them look back ten years ago when there was not a bridge in the county and one third the travel was cut ofl" by high water. In this length of time there has been seven steel bridges built in the county which facilitates travel in modern stylo so far as high water is concerned. We like now but two more bridges then we will jump into the turnpike proposition with a vim and never let up until we get a net work of pikes radiating in all directions of the county. Let Powell county citizens be hopeful, enduring, persevering and progressive and in a short end we will do things to a queen's task. To accomplish this, however, we must unite iu this one common effort and economize in all fiscal Crawford-Hardwick. Governor McCreary, it is claimed, will enter the race against Beckham and Stanley for I. S. Senator. Governor McCreary is a great man and the Time- - has never failed to support him for the nomination of any office ho has ever asked for, but this time from the point of fairness we think the nomination is justly due Governor Beckham. He was nominated six years ago and was defeated by tratorious Demo crats in the Legislature and we now think it. is justly due him without opposition. But without or with opposition we look upon him as a sure winner in the primary nexe August. Financing the Farmer. Louisville Paper Co. Secures Contract. The Louisville Paper Company has secured tfie contract to furnish the state with paper for the ensuing two years. This contract- - I the Mt. Sterling merchants are advertising in this issue their great annual Loom End and Cut Price Sale. The many Powell county customers who do so much trading in our neighbor city should call at the store of this popular and money saving emporium and make their purchase while they have opportunity to jave so much on staple articles. are proud ttr see this contract come to a stafte concern and especially the Louisville Paper Stands High on Bad Record. Conipuiiy. The Times has been Kentucky stands fourth on gelling its supply of paper from comparative basis for the numb' t Ins company for the past fifteen of homicides committed in tl years and during alt of this time different States, while a few yea the business relations have been ano Lexington, Ky., stood secon perfectly satisfactory in every among the cities of tire Unite particular. It is a pleasure to do States in the number of homi- business with such firms. We cides, and Louisv.lle, Ky., fifth commend the Louisville Paper fraW. D. Thacker, of Levee, isM Company to the newspaper ternity of the 8ta:e. the city today. -- singular that the United Stales has been so long in awakening to the tremendous importance of farming as an industry, and to our inadequate provisions affairs. for financing the farmer. Agricultural credit societies are now J. O. Crawford, of this city, a leading topic of discussion, and Miss Mollie and Hordwick, occupy page after page of the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Will- newspapers and magazines. The iam Hardwick, of Stanton, were organizations ahroid are being united in matrimony at the home studied with a view to adapting of the brida's parents at Stanton, them to American conditions. on Christmas day. The wedding And the fact has been brought waw a quiet atl'air. The bride forcefully home that each of the is one of Stanton's populrn young agricultural societies credit ladies and quite well known here before her marriage. The abroad is buttressed by a sciengroom is ijj son of our fellow-"t'o- tific banking system. Not one rismari, SI J. CfaVfordr'aiid' could do extensive good without is a prominent young attorney of fthe local bar who concluded that ' such support. Before we can the tanner as he deserves, the law of the land was not thei inance only '"law" unless he became our unscientific banking system somebody's We wish must be reformed. is C I son-in-la- It Fire in the State Journal plant at Frankfort Monday morning damage Some valDr. Wm. C. Martin has been did very sick the past, week, but is uable state work was narrowly saved from thellames. now some better ' them much happiness. itt County News. Breath-- 1 Ta?vrrisgP9trK Guard of Honor. Mrs. Silvia Russell, princidal ' Come to Our Store And let us show you what a nice line of goods we carry. We are showing an Elegant Line of FALL AND WINTER GOODS Including of the Graded School. at St. Helens, was in the city one day last week, the guest of Mrs. Dr. Evans. She was on her way to St. Helens from a visit to home folks at Clay City. Her son who is a cadet in tlje Military Academy at Staunton, Va., was one of the guard of honor who welcomed president elect Wilson to the home of his childhood. Our stock of Dry Goods, Notion-- , Groceries, Hardware, Clothing, Shoes and etc. replete with is Cloaks and Wraps fZnn Beattvville Enterprise. Ladies' Suits, Millinery, and etc. MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING to (it Fish and dame Food Value. J. Q. Ward, of the State Game Commission said $100,000 food value could be added to Kentucky by properly stockiug up Variety, Style and Quality. THIS COMBINED WITH OUR . you and your pocketbook. When you want any kind of Merchandise, think of SHIMFESSELS and give us the opportunity to please you as we have been doing for so many years pasl with satisfaction both to you and ourselves. the streams of the Commonwealth with fish and restocking the forests with pheasants, deer and wild turkey and then the fish and game properly protected. We hope to see Mr. Wards plans carried out. Fishing time will come again by and by. Ill of Pneumonia. Low Prices be- Make it to your interest to give us a good share of your trade. We strive to please our customers cause we know satisfied customers are our best assets. Everything to Please the Customer Mr. G. P. Douglas, of Levee, is iu a very dangerous condition with pneumonia. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Clark and Mrs. G. W. Bu6h were summoned there to his bedside. Mr. and Mra. Clark have returned and reported his condition as very critical. Mrs. Bush will remain until there is a change iu his condition. Mrs, Clark is a sister to Mr. Douglas and Mrs. Bush is his uoice. Yours to please, WALDRON $ JOHNSON, Waltersville, Ky. THE TIMES. I'UIILISItEr VKUY TnUKSDAY. ue." Subscription rates $1 a year or three 7ear8 in advance 82. .1. E. Uurgher, Publisher. second-clas- s Entered as mail matter. Thursday, Jan. 9, 191H. CLUB RATES. For the convenience of our sub scribere, we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned : The Times and Courier-Journ- al " Cincinnati Enquirer Louisville Herald 75 Home and Farm 1.00 " Idand Farmer 90 " American Farmer Southern Agriculturist 75 way in which Congress can aid in reduciug the exceedingly high There is one way, and one way cost of living, which is really the only, for the Democrats to re- most pressing, vexatious aud immain in power; by giving the portant problem with which we people after election what they have to deal. What the people demand is cheaper food, cheaper promised before election. The clothing, cheaper necessities of people don't want excuses they life generally, and any cuts in tariff rates which do not accom want deeds. Men should say what they plish that are not worth the trou mean and mean what they say; ble and labor of making. and they should speak the plain The world is full of fake ad language of the plain people so vertisers. Nearly every week that all may understand. The there comes to this office some voters of the land have a right form of advertising at regular to be treated honestly, candidly, rates, the bill to be forwarded They soon as work is complete and fairly and courageously. are entitled to that square deal copy of papers furnished in which of which we hear so much and the advertising appeared. We see so little. $1.00 1.10 90 no revenue can i. -in more frequently by re creased ducing rates than by increasing them. The present tariff, if thorough ly overhauled, could be made to produce a great deal more reven ue and at the same tune not cost of what the they now pay, for under the pres. ent system where one dollar goes into the federal treasury, four or live dollars go into the pockets of the tariff barons. All the talk about the Demo crats wanting to injure business is absolutely preposterous. What we want to do is to give every man an equal opportunity in the race of life, and not pamper a few at the expense of many. That plan would foster every legitamate iudustry in the land and injure none.' That is one mi mo tax-payeone-fourt- have bit- several times and rarely if over received one cent for The Times such advertising. now never takes any advertising unless the advertisers are known to be both reliable and responsi ble. This step is necessary to protect ourselves and our readers - h too. Some Dersons encaged in char itable and religious work after being paid well for their services boast of what great things they have done aud are doing. After being fullyvjmid for their often times inefficient services, wherein is due them any honor, glory or and beliove; bim perfectly honora ble in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by his firm. Walding, Kinnan fc Marvin, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken in ternally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Testimonials seat free. Price 75o. per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. Take Hall's Family Pills for onetipation. Adv. Freeh, fwl.abl;. PlttllUt'l-"!'l- ' e4ri;lec(J iPlta Kvrrj OtilK.'f t mm N'ortlif'i (Irow.i ft'inprinr MertUiif Our 'trt SP2CI.1t. ht!, QTFZK I IV V "!. 1 1 Iff. 1 1 lr ph. I.rlf lrrww.hftd Mii Tr. rnlUrtoa lltrWt l11i JHa 13 Wrlll4jrinlMrhir f Writ M fttj Tcmatfi I 1kf. TrlUfrx KnJIOl rAMmift r.oixcCTiON . S . . . a FOR 10 CENTS xrlll nd pnxtmtri our totU ... ... . . 1l I1' 41. tltftlS TAinmi r? liciion. rift In -- MfA Mjh OuMr txiv tSw ard fntlrvf Kh MlW OUKAT NOKTHKKN SKKII '1 1363 Itoite 9?. ltv!ror1. Tlllnu. Fn4 to vnnit Myt to fclp ltn further reward? In the judgment of the Times this new idea is well worthy of considerable thought. When You are in Need of a Good Business failures last week were only 287 as compared with 840 in the same week last year. Where are those Democratic calamity howlers of ancient days? A Democratic victory has so far failed to bring on the panic they have always predicted in the of Democratic success. Wolfe county is in such good condition financially that no poll tax was levied for this year. Wolfe may be in good financial condition all right, but how about the condition of their roads; How's This? We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Ca tarrh Cure. F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. We, the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, Buggy, Saddle, Storm Front, Set of Buggy Harness, Hames, dollars, Breeching, Lines and Plow Gear of Every Kind, Call on or Write to liobert J. Walker's report on the tariff remains to this day the greatest paper on that subject In it he laid down this general principle: "The highest rates should be ou luxuries; the lowest or none at all on the necessaries of life." That should be the basis of our revision of the tariff to which we are solemnly committed. The rates should be arranged so as to produce the maximum of revenue, while taking from the i.l iniate consumers the minimum of money in the shape of tanll taxes. That statement may appear paradoxical, but what it proposes is perfectly feasible. g There is a maximum tariff rate ou each particular item which can bo ascertained, and which should be The moment the rate on any article goes above the rate maximum the revenue begins to fall off, and the more the rate is increased the more the revenue dwindles until it disappears entirely, and the rate becomes prohibitive. Such is the case with blankets nine feet long, worth not over forty cents per pound, an article of prime uocessity on which the compound specific and ad valorem amounts to a tariff tax of between 105 and 1824 Per cent. Without going into wearisome details, it is eufo to say that s of all the tariff' rates of the tariff' bill are above the maximum rates aud should be reduced at least to u comparative point. The truth is that the words "a competitive tariff" are more easily understood than the words "a tariff for revenue only". "A competitive tariff" is oue which would give Americans the American market so loug as they sell ut fair prices, but would let in foreign products if Americans undertake to gouge Americans'. "A competitive tariff'" would in practice be "a tariff for roveu-revenue-producinrevenue-producing three-fourthPayne-Aldrich-Smo- I.! You Will Scott & Lowry, Winchester, Ky., ' ' . SAVE MONEY BY COMING TO 27 Lexington Avenue. ' OldhamBros.&Cos GREAT SSdSJamiMy Clearing Sale. Twice a year we clean our stocks of everything Loom End and GutPrice Suits and Cloaks, Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, Hats, Carpets, Curtains, &c, at nearly half price. Ready-to-Wear that is classed . Clothing, Ladies' as "Season Goods". Twice a year you have an opportunity to buy thoroughly good merchandise at prices much lower thirti regular figures and when that epportunily is presented to you ut a time when you have 3 months use of these goods, you owe it to yourself to take advuutnge of this great event. MRS. J. W. WILLIAMS,, Clay City, Ky. 1 COME AND COME QUICK.' Oldham Brothers Mt. Sterling. $B Co., See This Space Next Week. rovemio-producin- g ADVANCEMENT After you obtain money by the daily earning cess, it is wise to obtain intesesl upon it under pro- USE HftPfl rh MILLS IT RISES AWAY ABOVE till other brands of flour with the housewife who loves good home-mad- e breud when she uses Hour. Its uniform (junli-t- y and excellence never disappoints her. It is the best all urounil Hour on the market and gives your hret.d our Interest plan. Lay aside regularly during thisxear part of your income. Make it productive through a safe interest rate. that tempting and delicious tluvor that always delights the 'over ot Clay City National Bank, i good bread Hour. when you use CLAY CITY, KENTUCKY. 1 Ifode by J. ANDREW CAIN, Versailles, Ky, THE A HOME-MADE TIMES. PAPER. 0. W. Dilncnn, of White Springs, W. Va.. was here over Sunday to visit relatives. Mr. Duncan will take up work as station agent for the L. & E. at L A E. Junction.. Sul-phnr THURSDAY, JAN. i, LOOAL BREVITIES. Dr. S. I. Jltitnmons, of Jackson, was liero last week. I'lie Commission form of litis taken eli'ect in Lex- Elder l N. Taylor, of Estill county, of the Baptist church, is Jenkins, the new city in the doiiii some nood preachini: nt coal fields, boasts of o,000 inhabthe Methodist church. The meet- itants. The builders of the mouning will continue all the week tain cities of Jenkins and Mcliob-ert- s claim that these two cities in ami probably over Sunday. a short time will have a combin$ioo Per Plate ed population of no less than was pah' at a bunquet to Henry Clay, in New Orleans in 1842. Mighty costly for those with stom-otrouble or indigestion. Today people everywhere use Dr. King's New Life Pills for these troubles as well us liver, kidney and bowel disorders. Easy, safe, suae. Only 25 cts at all dealers. Adv. h Franklin Margison spent Xmas with friends in Clay City. Miss Inez Edge, of Clay City, is visiting her cousin, Miss Neva Carpenter at this place, and uncle, N. O. Walters and family at West Irvine. Estill Herald. HOT FLASHES. Women in middle age often complain of hot flashes. They are at that crage of life when their delicate organism needs a tonia and helpinf hand which only Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription can give them. Many women suffer needlessly Irom girlhood to womanhood and from motherhood to old age with backache, dfezi nesa or headache. A woman often becomes sleepless, nervous, " broken-downirritable and feels tired from morning to night, When pains and aches rack the womanly system at frequent intervals, ask your neighbor about -," 20,000. ington. II. (5. (Jrubtre'e wns in Mt. .Sterling on business matters Monday. Tom Mounts', has joined Mrs. Mount, in a visit to relatives at S;m!is, Miss. 7 Wesley Hack worth, of Beatty-ville- , Cripps & Co., of Peru, Ind., was in the city a short time have shipped to this city a jumbo the first of the week. Perclieron stallion and will dispose of him to some farmers in Judge Loving and l!ran Hack worth were in Beatty ville three this county if they can get a price for him. The days the last of the week. horse weighs now 1,700 pounds, The dates for the Bluegrass while his normal weight when in fair have been lixed for the sec- his usual flesh is 1,5)00 pounds. ond week in August, 11th to 10th Scott & Lowry, outfitters for inclusive. horses, and a lending business Kentucky schools rank firm of Winchester, are bidding out of the forty-eigfor Powell county trade through States from point of public school the advertising columns of the efficiency. Times Our readers should call upon this firm when in need of callMrs. Ellen McKinney was account of the any thing in their line. We are ed to Irvine o Mrs. sure they will receive courteous sickness of her sister-in-latreatment and fair dealings. E. Wallace. forty-secon- d ht A Hero In a Lighthouse. For years J. S. Donahue, So. Ha ven, Mich., a civil war captain, as a lighthouse keeper, uvtrted awful wrecks, but a queer fact is, he might have been a wreck, himself, if Electric Bitters hud not prevented. "They cured me of kidney trouble and chilN," he writes, "after I had taken other so called cures for years, without benefit and they also improved my sight. Now, at seventy, I am feeling fine." For dyspepsia, indigestion, all stomach liver und k'dney troubles, they're without equal. Trv them. Only 50c at all dealers. Adv. S. Itentalon Street. Baltimore, Md., says: "I wrote you about nlno months ago, telling you of my condition. I have a flnebobygirl she welshed nlno pounds when Inrn. She Is my third child and the strongest of them all. My suffering was on!y for two hours, t took several bottles of "Favorite Prescription and ono of Dr. Pierce's Smart-WeeI never had a well day before I took your medicines. I was surprised how well I felt could cat was always hungry.and novcr had a sick stomach. Th nurse who was with me scld tho medicine was wonderful because I irot alone so nicely nf tcr havlnr? had so much troublo before. She Intends to recommend It to all her sulTerlnir patients. Everybody Is astonished at me because I only weighed 102 pounds before and now 1 weigh 135. I have had several ladles coma to ine and ajlc about Dr. Pierce's medicine. I am wllllnct to recommend It to all who t nf cr and want help. If any want Information I will be glad to civo It to then." Mas. Imuop ft CnnjJ. MRS. J. luiior, of 321 Doctor Pierce's Favorite Prescription. When in Need of Builder's Hardware, Cabinet Mantles, Grates, Tiles, Cooking or Heating Go to or Write Stoves, SEE UCKK2TS r J SECSS SUCCEED I SPECIAL OFFER:will1 A trill batU New 'Male Ize ColLectlpr? 11 u Bulim ' muB you cur normancat customer. flrwt Tsrvl. to-da- y; UM T IBM! MfneowwMf "f t MetUM I Onto. 8 MM Tan iMHbacj Tanenet u avu. ahMTtfWL"!.l j? Hutu Write 10 Mention this Paper. lM J. Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, The grip is prevailing furiously in Clay City and in the adja- cent county. There are 6ome .very severe attacks. The State Board of Valuation and Assessment has tentatively assessed whiskey at $12 a barrel, an increase of $2 00. Murried at the residence of Cash Woods, Jan. 2nd, 1918, Lew-i- s Hamilton and Miss Jennie Woods, Elder A. Easter officiat' ing. Mrs. Wm. MountzSr. has been very sick with grip, this week. Mrs. Win. Mountz Jr. has also been very sick from the same cause. Autiiutn Koberts, of Quicksand, who iias been visiting at (Jraudview, Tumi., visited relatives here last week while returning home. lBttrvctir. Ed Neal died at the home of H. W. BucLbes. i his sister, Miss Maggie Neal in this city Monday afternoon of tuberculosis. Burial iu the local cemetery Wednesday. Funeral services were conducted at the residence bv Pastor Chas. E. SHIPP'S QUICK-RELIE- F Mann, of the Presbyterian church. LINIMENT. Deceased is survived by two This Is the liniment the people are talking about. brother, Geo. Neal, of Lexington, It is the most wonderful remedy for Louisville, and one J. T. Neal of relieving pain I have ever used. (Japt. sister, Miss Maggie Neul, of this Anderson Berry, Luxington, Ky. anil Mant Book, i :- 1 Death of Ed Neal. O0Tr POitM SEND 10 Ud CENTSTslsftlle M JM6ll!f thU Kcftni:ftired k , '"mSK Winchester, - Ky. city. Frightful Polar Winds blow with terrific force ut the far north and play havou with the skin, causing red, rough or sore chapped hands and lips, that need ltticklen's Arnica Salve to deal them. It makes the skin soft and smooth. Unrivaled for also burns, boils, sores, ulcers, cuts, bruises and piles. Only 2ft cents at all lealers. Adv. cold-sore- I used this liniment and the pain and soreness disappeared like magic. Jailer W. T. Ballenger, Lexington, Ky. For relieving aclies and pubis this liniment bents any thine I ever saw. J. 11. Lctton, Lexington, Ky. It Is tho only remedy I have found that hus given me any relief since I was imridized four years ago Mrs. Susan Velborn, Newburg, Intl. If it fails to relievo any pain in any part of tho body in fifteen minutes, abk for your money back. SOLI) KY ALL LEADING DltUUGISTS. Fall and Winter Goods. Hardwick Our Fall and Winter Goods are in. Col. 11. B. Franklin hus resignA Most remarkable corn pro ed as Commonwealth's attorney in the Frankfort district and will duction per acre is reported by devote his time to the practice Capt. J. W lliley, of Christian of law, opening up uu ofiicu in county. By careful cultivation Lexington. of one acre of ground on his farm tilled by his son a member of the Thunder and lightning eurly Boys' Corn Club, produced 1 25 J Monday morning preceded a This has been sold at bushels. steady downpour of rain for the $2 00 per bushel for seed, and day which also followed Monday brought $250. The laud on which night and Tuesday. Thunder the corn was grown is valued at und lightning iu January is in- $07) per acre. deed very rare. A Oirl's Wild Midnight Ride. Get a move on you and To warn people of a fearful forest go to Mt. Sterling and at- fire in the Catskills a young girl tend Oldham Bros. & Co.'s rode horseback at midnight and deed was great LOOM END and saved many lives. 11. roften saved glorious but lives aie CUT-PRIC- E SALE. by Dr. King's New Discovery in curing lung trouble, coughs and colds, which might have ended iu consumption or pneumonia. "It cured me of a dreadful cough and lung disease," writes W. It. Pat KY. RICHMOND. terson, Wellington, Tex., "after A TnlalRg four in our family had died with I School for Teachers CurM. 141.2 u iiMHour r. consumption, and I gained 87 Cel. Il.ternudUUullJrt SUMrMI Nothing so sure and pounds." CwirM. TulUea trf to Ap safe for all throat and lung troubles. nolnlM.. Tffd .Dlfudld fur Price 50o and 91.00. Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by all dealers. .11 riUlikan Business Schojl, LEXINGTON, BOOKKEEPING, KY. SHORTHAND, & Co. We cordially invito TYPEWRITING. This school has turned out bun dreds of men and women who uro successes. It will make a success of you. you to call and see them. Wo will make it to your interest to do your dealing with us, by giving you wore for your money than you can get elsewhere. And betides, think we have every thing you want. We can not mention here everything that wo handle, hut to the following lines, that we are anxious for you to get acquainted with. Hart, Schall'ner and Marx Clothing for Men, also Haert brand want to call your attention "Queen Quality" and "Boston Fuvorito" Shoes for Men, "Astor" Shoes for Women, "Walk-Over- " brand Hats for Men and I5oys. See our foods and Clothing. Write for Catalogue. Stop that Ache! Any ucho or pain in any part of tho body can bo relieved with Shipp's 100 reward if Quick Belief Liniment. it fuils and tho purchase price is not refunded. Try it und see. 50c At All Druggists. MQNfiYWrtv' HTm 1t w - get our price when in need of Women's, Misses' and Chilr Hats, Coats, Raincoats and etc., dren's Men's Raincoats, Hunting Coats, leather and rubberFoot ready-to-wea- Wear, Staple and Dress Caps, Trousers, and etc. In fact see us for any tiling you u6ed, and let us bIiow you that we can Eave you money. tiy iiiniVDMlmirltrr In lKtt; and can do BK Tf UK for you than agents or commission merany bank in chants. 'Kefcreucea weekly price list. Write for r M. BASEL 1 AM MINN lllHi.I. am, iaru, . SONS IT. nmm, jiardwick & Co., Stanton. Adv. V SPOUT SPRING. Alias Shearer, of tux, is ing Mibs Curda Kirhy. I HOW SIT r'TEPSJ5EA 11. i tFUL, vifit itery Elder P. N. Taylor, of Winston, lie pulpit at the Bip- occupied tist church Sunday morning ui d at the school house Sunday night. Bro. Taylor did some good preue: ing and we hope to have him vifit us often. At the anniversary of Estill Lodge No. 469, F. & A. M., Dec. 27, the following officers were e lected : L. B. Mcintosh, Master ; John Baber, Senior Warden; Kichnrd Adams, Junior Warden; , I). N. Witt, Secretary; K. T. Kennon, Treasurer; George Dun away, Tyler. Darlingsville. French still contiii ehope ues very low. Very Mr. Nich of recovery. Carter Reynolds bought, of Jin. Puoketr, of Vaughn's Mill, a cow and calf for $45 00. Elder J. I. Wills filled his reg ular appointment at I'owellV Valley church Saturday night and Sunday. Misses Mattie Hall and Eva Mcintosh made a pleasant visit to relatives and friends in the Spout Spring neighborhood lust week. Mr. and Mrs. George W. Pas-legave the young people a social Saturday nisht which tliev appreciated very much. AH had a nice time. A. C. Barnes whose illness was noted in the Clav City Times some time ago, is snll on the decline doesn't seem to im y prove very much. Owing to high waters in the lowlands along railroad lines entering Beattyville the town it. out oil" from the outside world so fur as traffic Ik rail is concerned. Big Libel Suit Against Editor. TI.e LawrenceburgNews writes up and bitterly attacked the County Judge, County Attorney and Fiscal Court, of Anderson county and as a result is defending a $100,000 libel suit in Cir cuit Court. There is an easy way out of this if these officials are and it cundidats for can be worked. Just get their opponent impunueled on the ju-jthat tries them and the editor will come out good. By the way who'd 'a thouuht there was an editor in Kentucky worth $100,-00y 0 00. Naval Cadetship. Ediior Clay City Times: 1'lcHHu publish the following announcement : The exnminntion for Annupnlin applicants will bo held in the cIub l hi. in of I'roftwor A. I,. Khotop, of (jHdviftown at ft o'clock Mom ay morning, January '20th, nt (itMiigctowti, Ky. Knch appli-cni'- t niui-- l Sit; promptly mi hum! ai liiuc u ntl pluce indicated. Hrfipef'.fully. J. C. Cant rill. Cnlli-iM- the Like the flowers that bl . into spring the young girl Just b and womanhood is an inspiring pershe is usually beautiful if eh. She stays btwitiful fectly healthy. so long as her health and oonstltu-io- n remain good. Let her be nervous, have backache, sleepless nights, and how soon does it take for wrinkles, crow's feet and dark circles to appear In the face? Her checks were rosy until she began to suffer from woman's weaknesses and the constantly recurring pains and drains brought her quickly from the beautiful ago to the premature middle age. It was not meant for women to suffer so it is due to our unnatural, but civilized methods of living, and to the fact that so many neglect those small ills which soon lead up to larger ones. Nothing so drags a woman down aa those constantly recurring periods when sho i door, 1 chicken house, 1 buggy sutlers more ana more irom a curuinu condition that can be easily cured. No bouse, corn crib, 1 barn, good woman should take on alcoholic compound for that will disturb digestion, blacksmith shop and all other necand the food is quickly compacted and essary outbuildings, about 3 acres becomes hard and tough in contact with alcohol, rendering the food in- in orchard, and is in about half digestible. She must go to Nature for mile to two churches, about 30rodt a cure. The native IndianB of early times were far from wrong when they to good public school and 35 rode called a marvelously effective medito postoflice, general store and Macinal plant "Squaw root" what the of our day called Caulophyl-tur- n sonic Lodge; in about 4 miles ot physicians or Blue Cohosh. This and Black town and railroad. This farm Cohosh, Golden Seal, Lady's Slipper, located and is surroundand Unicorn root, are important ingredients of a wonderfully success- ed by as hjgh and respectaole famiful remedy in modern times, namely, Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. lies as can be found in the country Having made a specialty of the diseases anywhere and will make a nice i of women in the early sixties Dr. Pierce soon found that a glyceric extract of deal home for anyone. The owner these roots with Hydrastis or Golden has urgent reasons for converting Seal and Lady's Slipper root, combined in juBt the right proportions, made the this farm into cash as he must tak-carvery best tonic and cure for the distresbusiness-Termof some Wet-tersing complaints of women. Where down, made easy, about women suffered from backache, weakness, nervousness and lack of sleep, it the balance can be run for a term was usually due to functional trouble, therefore this prescription directed at of yf ara for reasonable rate of in the cause cured 93 per cent, of such terest. This farm' is going to sell cases. That is why Dr. Pierce soon put it up in a form easily to be pro- at a bargain to some one, and any cured all over the United States. of this descripAching from head to foot that is one seeking a farm the condition that afflicts some women tion can call on or write to at stated periods backache, dizziness,. R. A. Kerby, Spout Spring, Ky. ana pains almost unDearame. An non-e- st and a safe remedy which no woman can afford to lose the opportunity of PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. trying for the cure of these distressing complaints which weaken a woman's vitality Is Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre- Services 2nd-anlib. Sabbaths ot scription. Dr. Pierce not only assures each month. you that his "Favorite Prescription" is honestly made, but he lets you know Prayer Meetings Wednesday evenjust what it contains. ings. The best of medical authorities recom( mend and extol the virtues of the above Chus. E. Mann, 'Pastor. Ingredients In "Favorite Proscription." Thus F. Ellingwood, M. D., Professor of Materia Med lea, Bennett Medical ColEffective December ao, 1912, lege, Chicago, says of Golden Seal : "It It an Important remedy In disorders of the womb. In all catarrhal conditions." ana) Of Lady's Slipper root ho says : "Exercises special Influence upon nervous conditions depending upon disorders of tho Company. ' female organs; relieves pain, etc." Prof. John King In the American Dispensa-tor- t, says of Black Cohosh root: "This WESTERN DIVISION. Is a very actlvo, powerful and useful remedy." No. 4. Plays a very No. a. Important part In diseases of women; la Daily JMiij East Hound conditions incident to womanthe painful V. M. A. M. hood. In dysmenorrhea It is surpassed f:0 Ky. Lexington, by no other drug( being of greatest L:3-utility In irritative and congestive con- 2:17 7:17 Winchester. ditions." K:0C its action Is J:35 L.k K. Junct. " slow, but Its effects aro permanent." 3:(W Cluy City, H:3ti "For headache, whether congest! vo or 3:47 Canipton Junct." tl:K from neuralgia or dysmenorrhea it Is " H:3: 4:04 Torrent. promptly curative. IVttyvilleJunct." Dr. John Fyfo, of Saugatuck, Conn., 4:23 10:24 Athol. Editor of tho Department of Therapeu- 4:A7 tics in The Blectic Iiuvucwsaysof UnU 5:i' 10:57 O.&K. Junct. " corn root (Helonlas Dlotca), ono of tho 5:33 " 11:0 lucks un. chlof Ingredients of Dr. Plorco's Favor" 11:2.... Quicksand. ite Prescription: "A remedy which InNo. 3 variably acts as a uterine (womb) invlg-orat- No. 1. Wefct Bound Dail and always favors a condition Daily which makes for normal activity of tho A. M. 1'. AI entire reproductive system, cannot fall 1 :2." Kv (uicksiind, to bo of sreat usefulness and nf thn .1 !:( action. utmost Importance to tho general prac- 1:55 1 O. & K. Junct. ":00 titioner of medicine." 2:21 "In ITelonlau wo have a medicament 1:30 Athol, which moro fully answers tho above U:03 H'lty villi- - Junct 3:W purposes ttum any ot)ter drug with which (1:25 Torrent, 3:2. I am acquainted. to It the treatment of H:43 8:!i( Cumpton Junct. diseases peculiar women It Is seldom 7:11) . Clay City,-.4:5 that a case Is seen which does not 7:51 fe K. 4:47 Junct. present some indication lor this reme:"5 5:01 Winchester, dial agent." 1:50 5:4.' Lexington, e s Farm For Sale. 125 acre-- , of pracitcnlly level farmitiL' land, just rolling enoug t drain wrl' About half of this fariu is of a nod heavy black corn am wheat land and the rest is of a sandy loam and brings good grass ann other products, and is now mosth set in blue grass. Most of this farm has bem ret in grass for a numbei qf years and is in a fine chape fm cultivation, t.nd is located on the public road that leads from Irvine to Ml. Sterling and also on the south by public road. This place has on it a good dwelling of seven rooms, veranda and porch, splen- did well and milk house right at the kind or pain or ache if Shinp'e Quick Make Your Wet Land Productive. Keller Liniment fails to give Instant relief and the purchase price is not re- By the use of drain tile you cur. funded. Try it and see. 60c. At All turn that low, wet, useless, swamDruggists. py field into the most productive spot on your farm. Good tile, properly placed, not only carries on surplus water, it admits air to the ! soil and makes it easy to work. Will be paid to any pers6n having any $100 Reward! Farm Drain Tile TREES Fruit and Ornamental in the value of the land ia many time the cost of the tile. The first year's crop from tiled land payj for it. Any body can do the work particul- It improves any soil. The increace Shrubs, Asparagus, Rhubarb, Peonies successfully. Write for ar- or cpII at out plant. Roses, Phlox, etc. NO AQENTS GROWERS OF WHAT WE SELL. FREE CATALOO Red River Brick & Tile Company, STANTON, - KENTUCKY. H. F. HUIenmeyer&Sons, Lexington, Ky. Si 3 CAPITAL STOCK, 9100,000 K SURPLUS AND UN- S DIVIDED PROFITS. 200,000 S gi J S prompiiT obtained In all eonntrtet OW HO FIE. TauMt-iSMMCanaH ami Oojrjrtuhu nxta-litmHrnd Sketch. Moan or I'lioto. lot IPORT on patentability. Patent pract-c- e exdualTalr. BANK HtrKRCMOia. nena emu in atampt ror Inraniable Door on HOW TO OBTAIN ana SILL PATENTS, Whirs one will pax. How to ret a partner, patent law and other rateable Information, l TUK P P jj? Winchester Bank, OF WlNClIMTKU. D. KY. L303 Savestli SWIFT & GO. PATBNT t, LAWYIRt. Wathlngtefi, D. C. K.Houv With bhrpoon, Piikh. W. K. P 1 Si'icah. Cashier. YOUR ACCOUNTS SOr.ICITEp Whole Family Benefited By Wonderful Remedy Lexington Railway Eastern There arc many little things to annoy us, under preseat conditions of life. The hurry, hard work, noise and strain all tell on us and tend to provoke nervousness and irritability.. We are frequently so worn out we can neither eat, sleep A great fertilizer, and a hardy nor work with any comfort. Wc vigomus foraue plnut for hay and are out of line with ourselves and Will grow in any soil, others as well. pasture. -- ven in rocky, pluce.. Carfhe sown A good thing to do under such sown alone in circumstances is to take something with spring outs,-oMav for mchilow, and sou-in with like orn at the hint cultivation. Prices Pills if Need, iind nfrcular how to crow it Dr. Mile' Anti-Pai- n on request. eiit to relieve the strain on the nerves. BOKHARA SEED CO., Falmouth, Ky. Mrs. J. B. Hartsfield, 33 Corput St., Box J!J. Atlanta Ga., writes: "I have on several occasions been vastly relieved by the use ot your medPnis. icines, especially the Anti-Pai- n OVER 6K YEARS' which I keep constantly on band for k.msaiiiHBr EXPERIENCE the use ot myself, tfuaband and two BBBHS sons. Nothing in the world equals them as a headache remedy. Often I am enabled by the use ot one or two or the Pills to continue my housework whan otherwise I would be In bed. My husband joins me in my praise of tho Antl-Pal- n Pills and Nervine." SWEET CLOVER r 2 tptclal DesioNS CopvmaHTS Ac. Anroneiendlns aekelrb and deaorlrvtlon mar qulcklr urerraln our opinion froe whrllier an liireutlnu la probably patentable. Cotnmmilfa. tlimaatrlotlreonndeutuil. HANDBOOK on rateuta out free. Oldejt agener for aecurliiR rateuta taxen turoun muuii x Co. raeeira Trade Marks Dr. Mile.' Anti-Pai- n PilU ne(i, wit bout cbarae, la the - Scfcminc Jhtiericait. A handforaolr llhintrated woeilr. Tjirceit circulation ot any acloutlllo lournal. Teruie, 13 a ro.'iri four monllj, U Suldbyall nawadealsra. are relied upon to relieve pain, nervousness and irritability in thouOf proven sands of households. merit after twenty years use, you can have no reason for being longer without them. At all Druggists, 23 dates 29 cents. MILKS MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, InS. 11 Braneb OSce, t& V BU Waihlaitoa, D.C. Stubborn Case "I was under the treatment of two doctors," writes Mrs. R. L Phillips, of Indian Valley, Va., "and they pronounced my case a very stubborn one, of womanly weakness.. I was not able to sit up, when I commenced to take Cardui. I used it about one week, before I saw much change. Now, the severe pain, that had been in my side for years, has gone, and I don't suffer at all. I am feeling better than in a long time, and cannot speak too highly of Cardui." cent D Patent Lawyers, The dairy contains 00 p"es, date ti ntl note spaces for eucl date in the yei'ir, states the mount ot corn, wheat, ots, to bucco and cotton produced Im eucli state, brief synopsis of tlx lile nl ciich I'resiuent from Wash injiton to Taft, rives the populu lion of each state in J8D0, 100' mid 1010, synopsis of busiuet-A Hrcc 1013 Uiary and Wall CalenIhwf, patent law. household in dar For Cur Readers. formation It wouli We take pleasure in uiiiioiinc-i- n c ict 25c at and etc. it book store. t bat any reader of this paper For Ihree stamps they can siMMire a valuable pocket di will send a nice wall calender ary for JKJ.'l by 6eiiding four I size 10 x J inches. Send seven 8lHinps for the diary mm atop uur baa brtath with Dr. MUM 11 11 11 11 a et 'ii ps to D. Swift & Co. Wasliiiimtou. EASTERN DIVISION West bound East bound No. 6. DAILY ttx.Sun. 12:0-- No. 5. DAILY 111. 4 2:2s1, ' I .OH4 p. JaekMiii. Ky. l:4fl44 44 44 44 44 2:4fi" 5:KS" 44 7 llmldlx, Whick, Krypton, Hazard, Whiti-KburK4- " 44 44 44 1:28 " " llwtni.m. 10:18" 10 :20 7 :2S 0:OD44 44 Kx.Sun 12:60p.m 44 44 44 :00 McUcherU,41 " t Train No. 4 arrives at (Juicknand, of the I,. & K. Kxteusiou n 11:25 n. 111. and train No. 8 lenvei Quicksand for JncUon at.l :25 p. 111. nation Cardui Woman'sTonic if you pre one of those ailing women who suffer from any of the tro".b!es so common to women. CONNKOTIONS. 1 nt laxullv Tablet. calendar, wo;th fully 40 cents. Wrm B I IT HIDES IlkAAND MUST KMEST wE W '"stigj! M VfeJCMMBlafea. Wrksfoi-eem- s price iUgfcnf tfcto w) F2ICR 1 JOHN WHITE OOm TaVKlSHCD 1037 Loumyiu. Ky. Lexington : Train No. 1 will maku con N. at Luxii'Ktui not tiun with tint for Louisville, Ky Train No. 3 wil make connection with L.tt N. ut Win. chester for Cincinnati, O. OauintoiiJunet. Trains Nog. l,2,3nni 4 will make connection wftli Mouiitul. Central Ky. to and from Campion. Heatlyville Junct. Train Nos. 1, 3 am 3 will iniike connection with the L. , A. Kuilway for lii attyvillf , Ky. 0. .5 K. Junct. Trains No. Odally aiu No. 4 daily except Sun. will make con tlurOliio V Kentucky li fur Ciuiuel City and OA K.,tatious. Cardui is a builder of womanly strength. Composed of purely vegetable ingredients, it acts guickly on 'the womanly system, building up womanly strength, toning up' the womanly nerves, and regulating the womanly system. Cardui has been in successful use for more than 50 years. Thousands of ladies have written to tell of the benefit they received from it Try it for your troubles. Begin today. Iw Sndl iMtnttitat. tag Writ (a: Lwliet' Advisory Dtol. CtarUaooM Medicine Co.. Chtltaaeosa. Teas.. gt beat, Trwinwtt tor Www,' seatlm. tt Hi