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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): March 27, 1913 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1913 cla1913032701_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.): March 27, 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. 0 THE CLAY 81.00 a Year In Advance. ITY TIMES. Country and Ourselves. .1. B- We are here to help Clay City, fofSnrroiiiiiiiip: Burgher, Publisher. VOL. XVIII. CLAY CITY VISITED BY FLOOD. Highest Waters Ever Known in This City. OLAY CITY, Editor Roberts Dead. KX, THURSDAY. MARCH 21, J9I3. NO. J3 day, May 5th. The Baccalaureate sermon und Commencement address will be given by Rev. R. A. McCon-agh- a on Sunday, May 4th, ut the Chapel. Mr. McConugha used to bo the former Princip.il of the College. He has been locuted in Colorado but is going to Tennessee to take up work. The Gold Medal eoi test will bo given on Friday night, May 2nd at the Chapel. The Grade classes will close the 1st of May, but the High School and Normal will continue till after the county examinations are held. Immedi-ate'- y after the graduating exercises Rev. J. C Hanley will leave for Atlanta, Georgia to attend a meeting of the General Assembly of the United Presbyterian Church. Takes Charge of Telephone Dusincss. Some Clark county folks think there is natural gas along the new railroad being built from Winchester to Irvine on account of extra explosions following in the wake of regular blasts. That there is natural gas all along the river is an evident fact. On tlie banks of the river in this city gas bubbles up freely and ut some places at times will ignite from a match. In the earliest days of this city gas was furnished for lights from wells located here. The amount of gas of course was limited but the wells were few and shallow. It is quite probable that a tesf well in this city Fully 5,000 persons are reportwould bring about a good flow of ed drowned at Dm ton, O , the natural gas. The Times would result of the breaking of the reslike to see it tested, anyway. ervoir walls and the levee banks and the inundating of the city. Death of Mrs. Ware. Of these 400 are school children, Mrs. Win. Ware died at the believed to have been destroyed home of her daughter, Mrs. Charwhen the building in which they lie Clark, near Vaughn's Mill, were housed was submerged. Sunday after an extended illness Bodies of the dead are report- for years. She was buried Moned as floating in the streets and day afternoon at the Vaughn's the river has carried more away. Mill Christian Church, by the Gov. Cox's information is that side of her husband, who preced430,000 are homeless. ed her in death a few mouths At Delaware, O., the dead ago. may go to 100. A catastrophe is She was before marriage a Mist repprted at Hamilton, 0., in Giuter, and is survived by three which hundreds are said to have children, Geo. S. Ware, of Sams, lost their lives, but these reports Estill county; Fred Ware aud a ii not be confirmed. Loss of life Mrs. Charlie Olark, of Vaughn' and suffering are general thinugh Mill. Ohio, with bridges gone and RESOLUTIONS. trallic stopped. One hundred thousand are reported homeless Hall of Clay City Lodge, No. 171, in Indiana, with 200 deaths re1. O. O. F., Clay City, Ky. ported at Peru. Indianapolis is . Resolutions of respect on the in darkness, without fire protecdeath of , Brother A. T. Pettit, tion, and all utilities out of com. who was most brutally murdered mission. on the night of Feb. 10th, 1018, by Several people from Clay City u guug of negroes, while in the in recent years have moved to discharge of his ofliciul duties. Dayton and Middletown, Ohio, Wherefore, be it resolved tjiat in and much concern is felt as it re- his tragic and untimely death, the gards theiwafety iu recent floods community has lojt a good citizen, this lodge a true and loyal there. brother. Resolved; that we extend our , Wind and ruins caused an es timated du mage of 8100,000 in heart felt sympathies to hit) famLouisville, the water Hooded ily iu this hour of their 6ud be. hundreds of cellars, caving in reavement. Resolved; that a copy ophes? sidewalks, stopping street cars the wind wrecking trees, resolutions be Bpread upoii the ti nil homes, barns aud other proper minutes of our lodge, that a eop) ty. Windstorms are also esti- be 6eiit to the family of our demated to have done hundreds of thousunds of dollars of damage ceased brother, aud a copy seut of property in Kentucky, the to the Clay City Times for publargest loss beinir ut Paducah, lication. where the minimum estimate is ) A. P. Johnson, $150,000. No loss of life is re. J. W. Hendricks, Committee. ported, though the injuries of ona J. W. Williams, ) man may result fatally. J crest of ihe highest tide ever recorded in this city, came ut about 12 o'clock lust night when our streets were flooded and several houses were partially submerged, washing away several culverts across the streets and taking out the lower bridge on the old mill race near Kimbrell'e Water was blacksmith shop. running in the floors of the Company store and Olav City National Bank. Most people remained up until the waters began to recede early this morning, and this came as a surprise to them, as they fully expected the river to continue rising until today at 12 o'clock, owing to the heavy rainfall which came at different times yesterday, the last of which fell at about 5 o'clock, as orditiarily the river rises from 12 to 24 hours after the last rain falls. Iwo bents of,the railroad trestle at the second bridge between this city and Stanton have been washed away, us has t he trestle on the western side of the city been twisted out of alignment, thus Clay City will be isolated for a few dayH at least, so far as railroad traffic is concerned The Editor Samuel Judson Huberts, of the Lexington Leader, died at his home in Lexington Sunday from blood poison brought about by an operation for an ingrowing nail. Mr. Roberts was a splendid newspaper man, boing very liberal in his views and conservative iu his reasoning. He was sole proprietor of the Leader and had made a remarkable success of the paper. There was no paper more heartily enjoyed among our exchanges than the Leader. Mr. Roberts was a native Ohi oan, but was as loyal a citizen as Kentucky had. The newspaper fraternity of Kentucky join together in a union of sympathy for the relatives aud sorrowing friends Natural Gas. J Mrs Mary Throckmorton and her husband are going to set up house The case of the Commonwealth keeping in Lexington next week. A Great Paper. Hen has a regular run on the rail versus John Clair was set for TuesThe Courier-JournTuesday e Tin- - i the was a paper of'JlG sections aud road and it is more convenient foi day of this week them to make Lexington their that was transferred from Breathitt 102 pages, and'wns designated as county abo.it the time the W'atkins Southern Prosperity number. home. case and who revived This is the biggest newspaper evMiss Annie Prewitt, a sister ol one for life ml the tl.er er published itfcthiB country as a Mrs. Fred Blackburn, and her coutwenty one ears Rev W O. regular issue on In business dav. sin, Miss ZunUda Clark, of Win Clair i here from Bretthiti in the The paper contained u complete Chester, were here visiting a few interest of his son. He in a fine man und a splendid preacher, one and general write-uof Louis- days during the week. Winches- of the best in the mountains. To ville, Kentucky, and the South, ter us well as Stanton has some all who know him he has the y and is a matter of credit to eaeh beautiful girl.-- . that his boy is accused of the killing of Bummer Spiecr. Bumof them. We been too busy Mrs. Clam Hobbs had her house mer Spicer was sud to b a bad to read the pa'pe'tf in full, but are all her goods including her fruit character John Clair is in 'he preserving it. thread at our leis- and and meat in the smoke house burn- Winchester jail in connection ith ' Sfi ure. ed to the ground. Nothing what- the killing of Ed Callahan but in the Smith broththe confession The BoysJA e Nervous. ever was saved and then was ers Clair was freed from any part Col. O. H; ard, it is claim Mm. Hobbs is a sistei in the killing. ed, lias abaK(bited ,the idea of of Mrs. Jim Welch and lives at We are to be congratulated on entering the Circuit Judge race Primrose in Lee county having it new depot geni at Stanfor the short term and' that Jas. in Powell county ton. Mr. James shea who was for K. Roberts of Beattyville, has , quite a while at Nada. has replaced Mrs J. C. Hanley, Mits also taken cold fipet. .Mr. Jar hot. There has been no reN Anna Ilardwick, .Manoi grets expressed on th change unMott McDanie! is putting on Atkinson, Arthur Johnson ami less it be from some of the fair airs though like he really meant Joueti Boone left for Lexington maids of the town with whom he to do business with Judge Mondav of this week where the,, seemed to be quite popular. We at the proper time, aud John went to see Julia Marlow and K. II hot e that Mr lieu ill make as Crittenden Bach, our fellow, Southern, the fiiiiousShukespeurui good an agent as did Mr Gardner J. who was always at the stati n on townsman and mountain statesactorB, render some of Shakespeare'-play- time with a good warm fire on col I man, will just wait to see how They will also take in the winter days Several tbne ii well the Riddell works before sights of the town and visit othei winter, mothers with huhe- - a d taking his derby from the ring. schools 'if the city. little children came for the morning train und because there There is some awfully strong In the presence of friends and was no tire had t stand our i' th? sentiment backing the neighbors Miss uiiu Blunt, one oi not Judge, and if he plants his oui lieuutiful girls of Stanton, was cold till train time.as It nshad the thev railroad's fault, feet on the race track, there'll united in marriage to Mr. Harry stove and the coal, hut for be something doing all right, Melroy, of New York City . Mr reason tiie agent xvn never 'l i Melroy is a traveling man und till h few moments before train tin. . all right. Jackson Times. though he is rather of a stringer to The people of a town like n the most of us he seems like a tine Child Burned. pleasant, genial ami ac young man. Floyd Clay was best commodating depot agent and when d Lula Ethlyn, the little man to the groom and Sliss Nancy at daughter of Mr. and Eweu wus bridesmaid lo the bride. thev get. one like that the him to stuy. We welcome our ew Mrs. O. O. Daniel, of Snow Creek The ceremony was performed by agent and he seems so fur to.be vicinity was slightly burned Rev. J. C. Hanley. that kind. Mr Daniel Fhursday inorniiu Judge John HardwicK is all Henry Skidmore was acquitted of was burning some rubbish in the "inilea lie says that there will the killingnf Billie Bowen. The ju garden, but the fire had died soon be another Republican voter ry was out onlv a few minutes. Ihe down, still the little child kept in bis home He took up his abode case was nrgned bv Fiord Bvrd picking up trash und getting it to there last Wednendaj night und bus Commonwealth Attorney Crutelier concluded to stay awhile. Judge Mr Atkinson nnd burn. She had on un outing cloth Ilardwick hasn't named liim yet for theState nnd the I'efense. Th Will Young for dress which ignited, spreading but he is going to wait to pee who regrettable fact of this case was that the flames all about the child. will be the next Republican Presi all parties concerned were drut k or Mr. Daniel grabbed the child and dent and then he will have u name drinking heavily Judge Renten in smothered the flames with his (if it is not Teddy Roosevelt). Con- his charge to theGrand.lury brought bare hands. The little child wus gratulations are in order. Mother out the fact that out of sven murburned in diit'erent places under und habv uro doing fine. der eases that would come up in the her clothing only, but Mr. DanThe cage of the Commonwealth Powell County Court, nil of them iel's hands were very severely versus George, Dick and Tenny were the result of whiskey Wl ilo burned. Smothers, und Frank Williams for living in Breathitt County out of twenty-twmurders comnrttpd the At Omaha, Nebr., Sunday night the murder of A. T. Pettit, of Clay County Judge said that nineteen of City, were upon motion of the Coin, 200 people were killed by a torthem were the result of wliUkey. nado and 500 others were inju ed mouwealth Attorney, indictments Lawyers and Judges are uiimitmiiK made singly were joined in one inin the city and Stutoof Nebreska. in saving that the vast majority of Fifty persons were also killed in dictment and the four by consent crime and murder in our county is of th" Attorney for the defense wild other towns of the State. . But now be tried together and the rase is set the result of that Powell county Is dry nnd with Dr J. II. Stamper, specialist of for Thursday the 2th and u jury is the Webb bill in force and with offiom Montgomery the eje is a' the Central Hotel, being summoned believed to be im- ficers and the law on our side we county as it wus this city, and will remain here un- possible to get a jury from Powell ought to do awuv with crime re. til Monday, March 31st, All liuv. county owing to the publicity of suiting from whiskey drinking. But the Courts, lawyers and .nidg ing eye troubles and needing glasses the cuee. es cannot put u stop to this without scientifically fitted should call on on the part of the The graduation exercises of Stun a him. ton Collect will take place on Mon citizens of a county. R. II. Montjoy, of Mt. Sterling, has come to ourjeity and taken charge of the telephone business here and at Stariton. Mr. Mont-joseems to bd an enterprising young man, and as he has an interest in the business, wo believe he will build it back up. Owing to the poor service iu the past, the list has dwindled.' to a very meager few. It the business will bo looked after, as' we believe Mr. Montjoy will do, all that has been lost will soon be regained. After the storm Friday morning t were all to'pieces, but Mr. Montjoy work'edjncesssantly until the line was put in the proper y lie-line- STANTON NEWS. The case of the Commonwea'th versus Reese Bowen was continued till the June term of court. Jack son, a nephew of Mrs. Jackson, has been visiting in Stunton among relatives and friends. M r. Lee Miss Ilardwick had ahirth day dinner Sunday and a lar,.e number of her friends helped to mnke the day merry with her. Bet-sie Charlie Miller, Henry Miller and Ephriam ttutton were fined at this term of court for disturbing public worship and fighting. Whiskey iignin order again. al c.t-- ln-a- v s, p sym-pith- Iva-v- e rr t- m "She"!-visitin- France--Kubele- Rid-de- ll s red-heade- d g'od-hearte- d, three-year-ol- , 1 o whii-kev- ' also be slightly affected. There is a movement on font to annul this sale, but it takes a little money to pay lawyer fees. l'UIILISUEP VEKV THURSDAY. How much are you in? The Times will give ns much as any Subscription rates SI a jear or three business of double its size. Shall eurs in advance $2. we start, u campaign fund? We asked by sumo to do I have been .1. B. liiirrjhcr, Publisher. so, but would like to have n universal request. The Puit must be Entered ns sccond-clns- s ninil mutter. brought at once, as a delay might Thursday, - March 27, UM.'J injure our piospects for success. 1 e cuf-would have done been CLUB RATES. before the courts, possibly, but t For the convenience of our sub- those mostly interested thought scribers, we have arranged club rates perhaps theUommon wealth would with the following papers at prices prosecute the road, and it would huve done so, hadjhere been any below mentioned : law. The officers were willing The Times and and readv to do their part as far Courier-Journ$1.00 " Cincinnati Enquirer 1.10 as the statutes go, but they don't " Louisville Herald 90 go tar enough. " florae and Farm 75 " Ii land Farmer 1.00 " American Farmnr 90 " Southern Agriculturist 75 THE TIMES. 1 al The, National Highways Asso ciation has sent this office a map showing the proposed highways to bo built by the Government as planned by this association. The nearest this road will como to Olay City will bo Mt. Sterling. It passes through both Mt. Ster ling and Winchester. The Times is opposed to the Government building such roads. We are heartily in favor of the Federal and State governments aiding the counties in getting good roads, but we oppose any system that taxes all the people to timid lonils for a few of the people. If the Government wants to build roads at nil, let them distribute their aid to all! States and counties alike, then we are for It, and believe thev should do this. Return this Coupon Checking whatever line you are interested 'in, on one of our opening days, March 22nd, 24th or 25th, and get.a WHIP FREE. This coupon must be presented on one of the above dates. Buggies. Break'Carts Surrles... Phaetons Harness...... Saddles Buggy or A uto Patting Road Wagons Pony Vehicles. B. P. S. House Paints Rubber Tires ... Barn and Roof Painty .. I, ANNOUNCEATENTS. For Assessor, AVe arc authorized to announce S. Knster as enndidnte for Assessor Powell counts, subject to the action the Democratic primary election August. For Jsller. AVe Come to Our Store A. of of in And let us show ynu what a nice line nf goods we carry. Our stock of Dry .Goods, Noiion I SCOTT and LOWRY, Harness, Dealers In High-Qrad- e Vehicles and arc authorized to announce .Tese Crow ns candidate for Jailer of Powell county, subject to the action of tlio primary election in August, long-sighte- Groceries, Hardware. Clothing, Shoes an etc. is replete with No. 27 Lexington Ave. and 48 Wall St., an WINCHESTER, KY. : In talking to a citizen from Winchester last week, he advanced the idea that as soon as the L. & N. Extension from Winchester to Irvine was completed the business now done by the L. & E. would all go over the new road, and what business formerly done by the L. & E. would be diverted by the Irvine route. This means us he said, Variety, Style and Quality. THIS COMBINED WITH OUR Low rraees Make it to your interest to trive US Figures That Talk J . . theL. route. only bought, the road to elim inate competition, which it. has done. This sounds like the truth "to us. Then if the people' along' theL. & E. from Winchester to & E. then would be a dead He further said the L. & Ji!gp9i'Hjqf ,c? nut cUstomere-be"- - j- your trade. We strive trTp'lea&p" Farmers, Merchants, Timbermen, and all those who want for their money: This is causeweknowsaliHl'iedcustomersairbest assets. a' place 1 qf "safety people want. But what' about Stanton and Olay City? They are the two towns that will he left in thecoIJ. Oampton will Beattyville Junction stand still and allow this sale to uo through they deserve nothing' better. It, doesn't affect Winchester ns they will get the business just the same by the Irvine route, and it is just what the Irvine and Beat-tyvill- e Yours to please, a National Bank, established in 889 and has been doing business continuously since that time. It is as safe as any bank regardless WALDRON k JOHNSON, 4 SPOUT SPRING. Lloyd Todd sold to Mnnson of size or location; see our Statement. We have $25,000.00 invested in United States Government Bonds; Bonds on Railroads, besides over $25,000.00 $60,000.00 Send invested in First Mortgage of loans to our customers, 1 Waltersville, Ky. every dollar of which cure in its g. is perfectly safe. us your deposits and feel se- - .A We are showIngr,an Elegant Line of FALL AND WINTER "GOODS Including Cloaks and Wraps Ladies' Suits, Millinery, and etc. MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING to fit Curtis one old cow for 445 00. H. F. Christopher and Sheltl McKinney attended Winchester court Monday. William' Barnett was badlv in jured at Paris Saturday in a runaway accident. He was driving a spirited horse which became frightened and threw .Mr. Bar- nett from the buggy. five-year Clay City- - National . Bank,, x .. CLAY .CITY,1 KENTUCKY." ' Capital Stock, - Surplus and Profits, Shareholders' Liability, $25,000.00 $6,000.00 $25',000.00 Furnace News is scarco. Mrs. W. n. Miller visited relu tives in Stanton last week. Mr. L. Gilly and family snout Sunday with N. 1). Wiernian and you and your pocketbook. I When you want any kind of Merchandise, think of family, USE UftPP1 11 JJ VI rh f MILLS FJL.OTJ L SHIMFESSEL'S and give us the opportunity to please you as we have been doing for so many years paSt with satisfaction both to you and ourselves. art and Stella Arthur attended church here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. George Mr. Dick Morton, of Kosslyn, was the guest of relatives hero Saturday and. Sunday, Misses Sallio and., Ethel Stew- - Good Bread and Butter is the backbone of the nation and mukes the best food for children as well as for their parents. l'or tliu children's lunch basket us well as that of the mechanic, there is nothing more palutable than the light, white delicious und iiutritjous bread made from the Pearl Hour, copyright LyJe E very t h i tig to Please the Customer visited Mr. Kobejl Kennon, of llaiuwicli'6 Creek' Sunday. Mrs. W. II, Miller, ami' little son, Glynn, wer'ejf, the guests of Mrs. I'earJ Ne-- kirk,. Sun. a' Made by J. ANDREW CAIN, Versailles, Ky. county, has announced for Representative from this, the 7flrd district, composed of the counties HOME-MAPAPER. A of Powell and Estill. lie will run as n Republican candidate in Married at Winchester. THURSDAY, MARCH 27, 191.1. Mr. John tho State primary election AuAt the home of Dunn, on JeHorson street Thurs- gust 2nd. day evening, Dr. Crawford officLOCAL BREVITIES. Best Known Cough Remedy iating. o Mr. Charles K. Johnicn, For yearH Dr. King's Rev. Judge L. F. Mann will of this city,' and Miss Lillio Mil- New Discovery has been known preach at the Methodist churcli ton, of Powell county, were umt-c- d throughout the world as the most Sundoy morning and evening. in marriage. The groom is a reliable cough remedy. Over three Atlanta, Ga. well known plumber of Winches- million bottles were used Inst year. Master Shelby Burgher yisited ter. Winchester Democrat. Isn't this proof? Tt will get rid of Old newspapers for sale at this liis'aunt, Mrs. Noah Rose, at your cough, or we will refund your office. Best for Skin Diseases Winchester, the first of tho week. money. J. J, Owens, of Allendale Kv-cr- y DE forty-threTri-Week- ly THE TIMES. H There will be n public lecture lust rated by sterenpticon views Announces Agents Wanted. given by Geo. W. Mills, of at the Christian church, Thursday nidit, March 27th. body invited, admission free. frank W. Bryant, of Estill Agents wanted to take subscriptions for the Atlnnta, Ga. Tir- Weekly Valuable Constitution. premiums for subscribers, liberal commissions and cash prizes for agents. You car. make money fast in small towns or along any Rural Route. Some agents make u good living. Others make 15.00 or $20.00 a month on the side, soliciting subscriptions. Adress for particulars : Constitution, - Trees! Trees! Trees! Fruit and Ornamental Strawberries, Shrubs, Hedging, Asparagus, Rhubarb, drapes, Roses, Peonies, Phlox, etc. Everything (or Orchard, Lawn and Garden. NO AGENTS FREE CATA 1.0(1 H.F. HHIenrneyer&Sons Lexington, Ky. Nearly every skin disease yields Good crowds attended the Eas quickly and permanently to Buck-len'- s Arnica Salve, and nothing is ter services at tho Presbytorian better for burns or bruises. Soothes church Sunday morning aud and heals. John Deye, of Gladwin, Mich., says, after suffering twelve Seventy-fiv- e idictments for the years with skin ailment and spend illegal sale of liquor were return- ing $100 in doctors' bills, Uuck- ed at Glasgow last week by the len's Arnica Salve cured him. It Barren county grand jury. will h'.lp ynu. Only 25c. RecomMad dogs are getting numer- mended bv all dealers. Adr. S. 0., writes the way hundreds of others have, done : "After twenty years. I find that Dr. King's Mew Discovery is tho best remedy for coughs and colds that I have ever used." For coughs or colds and a'l throat and lung troubles, it has no equal. 50c and $1 00 at all dealers. Adv. " When in Need of Cyclone Injuries. ous in some parts of the State. Some towns are requiring that all A little cyclone visited ub about canines bo muzzled or tied at five o'clock Friday morning doing home. slight damage to some nuthouses, blowing out some few window The fishing season has opened, lights, and blowing down trees but the fisherman's luck is atwere never blown down betending most of those who are that fore. The damage done by the thus early so hungry for "a good wind in other states was great, mess of fi6h. and as many ns sixty persons There has been more wind. this lost their lives. March than usual. Gee, but it The Cause of Rheumatism us glad to know the month Stomach trouble, lazy liver and will soou be gone, when we will deranged kidneys are the cause of not be so annoyed with these rheumatism. Get your stomach, Western "breezes." liver, kidneys and bowelB in healthy condition by' taking Electric BitHad you noticed what a good ters, and you will not be troubled with the pains of rheumatism. from the county seat? We apB Allen, a school principreciate this so much and we are Charles pal, .of Sylvanib, Ga., who suffered sure our readers enjoy the Stan-tpindescribable torture from rheumaitems as well as we do tism, liver and ctoujHch trouble and diseased kidneys, writes: ''All remAre You Constipated? edies failed until I used Electric If so, get a. box of Dr. King's Bitters, but four bottles of this New Life Pjlls, take them regularly wonderful remedy cured me comml v.iur tmnliln will niiiptrlv His. pletely." Ma) be your rheumatio ippear. They will stimulate the pains come from stcmac'', liver and Electric Hitters liver, improve jour digestion and kidney troubles. get rid of all the poisons from your will give you prompt relief. 50c Theywlll surely get you and $1 00. Recommended by all Hystern. well again. 25c at all dealers. deale:s. Adv. n our-selves. Brooms to Make? Bring on your broom corn and let me tie it up into nice brooms at 11c each and furnish everything. Factory near Powell's Valley church. S. R. Curtis. Builder's Hardware, Cabinet Mantles, Grates, Tiles, Cooking or Heating Go to or Write Stoves, SEEDS Bvcaers mcs succeed i 9 rtUt U wwH Haw IiiIhv. maka yoa oar Mnxuoant customer. 1 SP.EOIAL OFFER: AtrttlwUT Tarala. aEi 1 tSM It tlx Snaat ! a.aarla. TulaI mlandlllai! Oatea. Mat til. Tanatlea la Writ ft tolart Mentha this Paper. Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, i m mi if art puttaf M rel UU T1aa1 wuinwi m oqgmm miimii ufnwi wiw ray w l SEND 10 GENTS IMUimiiiiMHnraimMiniini;m R. W. BhUn, , y "WSL F Winchester, - Ky. SHIPP'S QUICK-RELIE- Y LINIMENT. Ac-- BUTTEHCK. ftSHIONS This is the Unimeat the people are talking about. It is the most wonderful remedy for relieving pain l liavo ever used. Uapt Anderson Berry, Lexington, Ky. I used this liniment and the nain and soreness disappeared like magic. Jailer W. T. Ballenger, Lexington, Ky For relieving aches and pains this liniment beats any tiling 1 ever suw. J H. Lctton, Lexington, Ky. It is tliu only remedy I Iiave found that lius given ine any relief since I was Had to get Guardian First. paralized four years ago. Mrs. Susan Herman Everinan, of West Welborn, fcewuurg, liul. to relieve any pain in If Bend, aud Miss Mamie Donohue, part it fails body in fifteen minutes, any ask ot the of Lexington, were married in for your money back. SOLD BY ALL LEADING the Bluegrass capital Saturday. DRUGGISTS. HARDWIRE & COMPANY. J The parents ot the bride, who is beingdead, Judge not tweu Riley, of Lexington, was appoint; ed guardian for the bride-electhen gave his consent and the marriage proceeded. ty-on- e, nillikan Business School, LEXINGTON, BOOKKEEPING, KY. SHORTHAND, t, Cut Prices. We are cutting the prices on Winter Goods to an extent that will iuterest you who arelonkilig for the placo where you can get the most for your money. See us for your shoe wants. Mrs. J. W. Williams. Stntfi nf Ohio, flitv of Tnleiln. ( 68 Lucas, County. Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is senior partner of the firm s of P. J. Cheney k Co., doing in the City of Toledo, County and State aforesaid, and that said Arm will pay the sum of One Hundred Dollars for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot bo cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. PRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to before ino and sub'crib-ein my presence, this Utli day of December,A. D. 1880. bus-ines- TYPEWRITING. This school has (urned out hun dreds of men and women who are successes. It will make a success of you. Write for Catalogue. Just Out 'flutterick Fashions" Ulu.trating Spring1 Newest Style Stop that Ache! uclio or pain in any part of the can bo relieved witli Shipp's Quick Holier Liniment, f 100 reward if it fulls aud tiie purchase price is not refunded. Try it and see. 50o At All Druggists. body The lines that are making tho heaviest cuts on are Men's, Hoy' and Youths' Clothing, in Suits, Odd limits and Overcoats, Men's & Boys' Hats is Caps, Ladies', Misses, Men's and Boys' Underwear, Sweaters, 'Queoii Quality" An; Shoes for Women, Outing Cloths, Dress Goods iu both wool and cotton, Ladies' and Misses' Neckwear. d SVER J 600 new, smart, prat-- f thai Spring styltsl Our 2, 000 distinct illustrations I An absolutely complete assortment of desiuns for cvcrythinn for family wear. A superb issue I Any Butterick Pattern FREE WITH 5VERY CoO COPY-S- Bc at (A af(ra aut&ti oi a un rirs. J. W. Williams. Notary Public. Hull's Cutarrh Cure is taken internally, and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of tho system. Send for testimonials free, F. J. CHENEY & CO. Toledo, O. Sold by Druggists, ?5o. Take Hull's Family Pills for constipation. Adv, beal-' MONEY'S We tell vouhow. and oav beat market Firicea. We are dcalera; eatabllahed aud on da HKTTBK for vou mer-chan- If you arc needing a Sowing Machine, hero is your chance. "Standard" brand Drop Head Machine, regular price, 835.00 for $22.50; "Paragon" brand Drop Head Machine, regular price, MO 00, for $18.00. lavllle. than aeenta or coniraluloa References any bank In Lou Write (or rcckly price list. mrt i am a. uuismic, Oititrt in furs, niut, wuul. Nvttt M. SABEL V SONS ir. Hardwick & Co., Stanton. I NEW ERA FARMER. SLOGAN IS "ONE Cdltetl h one who Mold the Plow Handle and Writes from Experience Rather than say or Theory. Hear- FOR EVERY ONE" Live Stock Saves the Soil. Feuding crops to animals does not take nway the fertility of the farm nearly so rapidly as when yrain is sold. Moreover, livestock farming requires that a variety of crops be raised and this means crop rotation. Clover, alfalfa or 8omo other leguminous crop is usually raised whea animals are kept on the farm. These crops have a very beneficial effect on the soil, increasing the organic matter, adding nitrogen to it and at the same time, furnishing a rich feeding stuif for all Professor kinds of livestock. Geo. 0. Humphrey recectly made the following remarks regarding Jive stock farming and soil fertility : In Defense ot the Fox. A writer in Southern Agricul- Cheerful Cry Ai opted In Rowan turist says: appre"1 am a farmer and can County In 1911, ciate tiro move to give protection, as I animals some animal, ev- know the ma occasionally catch a JEANETTE BELL ORIGINATOR ev if he d chichen, :s a friend to the farmer. Foxes not only destroy held Practiced What She Preached on Poor Girl Who Qof Behind In Her Studies mice and tne line pesis tmii uu damage to crops, fruit and forest on Account of Practical Blindness. trees, iliat would be hard to esti "Work Has Not Stopped, Either. mate but they f "ed on ground Last winter, when the entbuslnsnf of fur-bearig "The farmer who owns a rich, fertile farm and keeps as malty productive animals, of two or mre classes, as the farm will support is in position to enjoy a liffiitn; of continued prosperity to leave his sons a goodly heritage. To often men fail to njoy such a prosperity and do ot leave their sons the splendid heritage ot a fertile farm. "Without any intention of doing wrona, many farmers have enjoyed a limited degree of prosperity at tho expense of those who are to farm their Gelds after them. This has been accomplished by the continued growing and marketing of farm crops to such an extent that the soil fertilitv has become exhausted and the fari'is htvve been practically worn out. A retired farmer once, when invited to attend an agrinoil cultural meeting, boastfully "There isn't much anyone can. teuch me about farm iug. 1 have lived long enough to wear out three farms and I doubt if many men have had anv more experience than I.'" As a result (I this kind of farming, many farms which were atone time fertile and productive are, today, too poor and unproductive to of fer any inducement for anyone to own and operate them " have always said the farmers as a class need to be organized worse than any other Jiody, still their organizations havo always failed after a brief period of successes. Last week a Farmers' Union Store at was forced into banke, hogs, which also do grunt damage to crops. Ground hogs almost ruined for me a tield of soy bens after foxes became scarce here. Foxes kill ground hogs when they are about half grown and feed their young on them. When a fox eats a ground hog lie leaves its pelt 1 have found wrong side out. man ot these pelts at the den where foxes had young. l have been a sheep raiser all my nte, and have known foxes io have young iu dens located in Ileitis where my ewes had their lambs, but I never lost a lamb by foxes. Foxes became so sea ice here that we had to have a law We passed to protect them. have also had a law passed to prevent killing of skunks for two years.. Skunks kill grubs, mice, etc., that destroy our crops. It is otteu the case that, when pigs'aud lambs die the farmer, instead of burying them, throws hem in some hen the mother fox does place. not meet with good success in liudiug moles, mice, etc., she picks up a dead lamb, or pig, or fowl, and takes it to her young. The legs of pigs and lambs are occasionally found around the' fox's den; and this evidently gives the farmer ground for saying that foxes have taken his pigs or lambs, when, as a matter of fact, they are remnants of dead animals tound by the fox. It is as natural for a fox, on liudiug a dead lamb or pig, to eat it or to take it to a den as it is tor a dog to eat any dead animal he liuds. It is also my opinion that when one tinds leathers a fox den or a trace otgame birds or fowls in the stomach ot' the fox, this is usually a result of the fox's liudiug dead fowls place thrown in an or game birds dead or crippled by the man with the gun. I VV ut the tuoonllcht school cnintmhru wns at Its height In Rowan county. Miss Jen nette Bell, un official stenographer, decided to ndopt and carry out the slogan. "One for every one." She looked nlxnit her In Moorcheiid. the county seat, for some person who wns out of school and could not read or write. In the hotel in which she wns livlnji she discovered a pupil. Cordle Wilson, who was working as a chambermaid. When asked about the work she bnd done for Cordle Wilson. Miss Bell smtl ed quietly and snld: "It wasn't work at all. It wns a pleasure, and a very real plensure too. You see. Cordle wns born In Elliott county, nnd when she wns quite young she wns nlmost blind Of course she did not go to school with IJcginnlng Mondny, March lUtll, and nil during next week- we will sell silk at very popular prices. Also ready made silk waists. Each will try to hnvo the largest Mrs. J. W. Williams. enrolled, tho best attend-nncnumber each night nnd tho lnrgost graduating class; also each will try to have the oldest pupil. Make Your Wet Land Productive. Ttownn county lias the finest By the use of drain tile you car. building stone in tho world. turn that low, wet, listless, swampy field into the most productive spot on your farm. Good tile, Rowan county will grow the properly placed, not only carries off fruit in thfl world. surplus water, it ndmits air to the soil and makes it easy to work. It improves any soil. 'The increace in the value of the land is many Will be paid to any person having any times the cost of the tile. The first kind of pain or ache if Shipp'e Quick year's crop from tiled land pays Relief Liniment fails to give instant re- for it. Auv body can do the work lief and the purchase price is not successfully. Write for particu-jlar- s Try it and see. 50c. At All at out plant. or v. i ts. 1 All night schools in Rowan county started on Monday evening Sept. 10. - o Farm Drain Tile fin-n- ot $100 Reward! Red River Brick & Tile Company, STANTON. I KENTUCKY. V ' RICHMOND. KY. A Training School for Teachers I Conrwi l?4Inff to KlmenUrr. SUt ItDUrtnrdlttean'l tit? All PnMlfl In I School ?ptvl of ' SEEDS SDSsmi. offe: FOR 10 CENTS nstpaidour FAMOUS COLLECTIO' . I ir. ( iiay tbu . 1 rii.Mimilidia wewiiurn.i 1 point mllorlrt, new model fwl, tww f prwtlceftrnoot, fTmntlnm. nwtia 11 w' .'.I. J r ar !r " Fresh. Reliable. rV.. Guaranteed to Vim. Every Gardener f'1 rmntrrshouHltriM iinprlor merllt".". N'nnhernCrownSet "" AprHT. w .1. -i- i.. McCalPs Magazine . pkt forty Arrw.kM4 Caltfcir iir rillrtaa Mirktl Lettar tm 13 Tulelhl CMm U.r and McCall Patterns For Women Have More Friends than any other magazine or patterns. IhlcCall's is the reliable Fashion Guide monthly in one million one hundred thousand homes. Besides showing all the latest desjgns of McCall Patterns, each issue is brimful of sparkling slirt stories and helpful information for women. in Style by subSave Money and scribing for Mc&.l's Magarine at once. Costs only so cnts a yeir, includinc any one cl the celebrated McCail pjtterns tree. McCall Pattern Laad all others in sty'e, fit, simplicity, economy and humber sold. More dealers sell McCall Patterns than any cither two imkrs combined. None higher than Hay fn.ni your dealer, or by mail from 5 cents. immUc Write todiyl Smd It emti ta halp packlnt anil rvcvlve the above 'Tatwrn Collection," CUir with our Kw and Intrurtl Oarln UuM ' ' tii . . i SI.IB k ftj ORKAT KORTHSKN 8KKM CO. 13S3BoaeSt. Korkruiil.IUin Kp I tn nl (romptiy obtainedCave.. latered. COMDhjJETXSOS. aiPORT on P..K ce excluslrely. sui." Send s rents tn t.n On HOW TO OBTAIN Wblea onaavwill oar. patent law and otl.tr Heud atCoryilulitareKta-m- iin or tea rii. or !'lt'to, tor y. rjtHitpract- - I I 'v SILL t' t;e; rur InralniMe book PATENTS. partner. uauin luiuruuuiun. i could uot read or write. Grown peoThe soil that Is drained can be ple do not care for a primer or a We read of some stock hogs first reader, so Rowan county launch' earlier selling in Clark county last weok worked can get not only because the ed a paper. TUP. BOWAN COUNTY on the soil earlier, farmer for ten cents per pound. This is but because It la warmer than that SCHOOL MKSSHNGEIt. that the u plls might hare a real llvo ptiier to tho highest price we believe we which Is soaked. rend. The first column of the paper, ever read of, and such prices will Baled Hay for Sale. dated Sept. 1(1. 1012. Is as follows: ruptcy. There are threo hunOat sowing and grass seed sow-iuschool folks. dred stock holders in the store, has been retarded this week out of 11)11 ltowau county decided to lu and it has been doing a thriving on account of the strong wind the strive to get a number of her schools to open their doors for 'adults who business. Hist of the week intei fering. g the other children nnd when her eyes grew better she fell shy about going McCALUS MAGAZINE to' school with elilldren so much her junior. Tlhs was somewhat accentn-nte236.246 W. 37l!i St., New York City 4 Hup) Copy, Pitmtun by the fact that she was oue of Pr CftUlfu tlioe unfortunate overgrown girls that look almost twl heir real nge. Today, at fifteen. Cordle looks like sevenwsra ex ft raws mmwmi teen or eighteen. 3 "At night when her work about the CAPITAL STOCK. 8100.000 J hotel was done she would conic to me SUKPLUS AND UNwith her books and pencil and pad and DIVIDED PItOFITS, 200.000 work like n Turk. Naturally I expected It to take her some time to learn to write and rend, but In six nights she THE could write her name easily and knew how to Join nil her letters Into words P In this same time she tad nlso learned OP WlNCHHTKH. KY, to read well enough to cover the first twenty pages in her first reader. Soon after this she left the hotel and did not 2 N.IIOI.t.v'WtTllEKSI'OON, PltKS. come to me any more." V. U. Kt'lIAK, Oasuiku. livery vital human movement easily becomes both religious nnd contagions, nnd tho moonlight school seems to VOUIi ACCOUNTS SOLICITED prove the rule. Other counties nnd jjj communities me taking up the work, W V.iJC& lUKi ViMZ VIZA&XJ&X&'K mid It Is hoped that the wholo statu will realize the value of a school for d 1 D, S WIF - PATKNT LAWYERS, 1303 Seventh St., Washington, 0. C. & GO. OVER fie YEARSEXPERIENCE - Winchester Bank. Anyone lending a sketch and description may quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an lurentlon Is probably pnleiitale. Communlca. tlonsstrlctlyconUdeiitlal. HANDBOOK on Patenu out free. Oldeat aaeucy foraactiriiiir pateiits. Co. racetra 1'atenta taken tbrouah Munn fpcclol netue. wttnoat onarge, m ma A handsomely lllnotrated weekly, rawest dr. a culaUoii of any aclentldo Journal. Terms, Bold by all newsdoalurs. Trade Marks Designs Copyrights Ac Sckmifk flmcilcatie ti iUNyCo."1- 8- New York Pains All Over! "You are welcome," says Mrs. Nora Ouffey, of Broken Arrow, Okla., "to use my letter in any way you want to, ' ii it will induce some suffering woman to try Cardul. I had phyThree pains all over, and suffered with an abscess. sicians failed to relieve me. Since taking Cardui, I am in better health than ever before, and that means much to me, because I suffered many years with womanly troubles, of different kinds. What' other treatments I tried, helped me for a few days only." yield a big profit on.their feeding with corn at not over three dollars per barrel. Tho trouble just mw seems to be more corn than hogs. One year ago it was the reverse, plenty of hogs and but Shredded peavines entirely free from weedB, and well cared for in () cents No per hale. curintr, better roughness for horses, cttl" and sheep. All of tlieui eat it greedily ind do better on it than uuy other common hay. J E. Unrulier Can wo win ? ' Win what? Win tho first night school prize. Of course wo can. Just watch And watch us WIN! U3 try. Wo aro winners, wo nro! little corn. AND KAEKET PRICE HIDES HIGHEST rmAMDBIKS. ruts fos iAv Wool Com mission. Write. fc price-llmentioning tola ad Watch us grow. Grow .what? Everything hut weeds. Our district slujlKwin! Our division must load! Cardui Write to: Ths WomansTonic JOHN WHITE PRIZE-WINNIN- G OO.j TaVBLISHBD 1837 Louwviua. Kx, Let's all go to school. Tt is good It will 'Tnako us voung' .My Itoone County While ('em took llrt prizes for the Host Single Kar ami more uso-- j again. It will mako-ui 'leu Kuw or ('urn from the I'lirt Division tit the Kentucky Cora tjliow al BtuTt'us.on tlio road to fnl. J..iimimi in January. One (Jallon of Seed by Parcel Post Paid, 75c; Two By lixprcss or (.ull'iiA, not paid, $a.oo per bushel greatness. J. li. BURUI1EK, Clay City, Ky. SEEP CORN. for us. Don't wait, until you are taken down sick, before taking care of yourself. The small aches and pains, and other symptoms of womanly weakness and disease, always mean worse to follow, unless given quick treatment. You would always keep Cardui handy, if you knew what quick and permanent relief It gives, where weakness and disease of the womanly system makes life seem hard to bear. Cardui has helped over a million women. Try it lor SfitcM lattmUam, and Ladies' Advisory Dept. CtaUaaooia, Medicine Co. Chattanooga. Tew., book. "Home Treatment lor Wojbcd." seat (ice. 51 s I It-mit- y I