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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): September 25, 1913 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1913 cla1913092501_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.): September 25, 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. 81.1)0 a Year in Advance We are here to belp Clay' the SarroonJing Coantry and Ourselves. .1. 15. Burgher, I'lihlishcr. VOL. XVIII. Jackson to Have New Depot. A special from Jackson says: The L. it N. Railroad Company will soon erect the finest depot on its line at Jackson, it is said. The cost of the building will he about $555,000. The building will be of yellow brick, two atones high. The first, floor will contain the baggage and ticket rooms and a fine restaurant, while the 'dispatcher's oflice and general oflices will be on the second Hour. The old building will be used as a freight, depot. We lire glad to see Jackson get A CLAY CITY. Correction. KX THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER L'S. 1913. NO. :) Kentucky School Figures. STANTON NEWS. An item copied from the Clay The 8,003 school houtes in Ken- Several from here took in the uity i lines last. ween, iroin ine tucKy wer.e used tor an average State Fair at Louisville last week. Stanton correspondent insinuated period of 'jl!10 days during tlio Mrs. Kate Bohaunan is visiting that, our hustling real estate according the schools of the achool yenr'pf 15)11-1eoanty this week. J W. Chambers, is misrep- to a repor.f made up last week Floyd Clay has returned from resenting his wonderful southern for the Federal Bureau of EducaJackson, Ohio and h.is been clerklands. The Stanton folks mus'n't tion by State Superintendent think that because they have Barksdale Hanilott. There were ing at the old stand. Mrs, Mollie Crawford was visitbeen swindled by some unscrupu- spent on the Schools that year lous person coining into their $7, 180,28(5.35 and 11,089 teachers ing the home folks over Sunday midst, as a stranger, that alt real were employed over them and from Jackson. estate dealers haven't, good land instructed '5151,1 18 of the 7550,081 There whs a Maeabpe Lodge or-- I investments in the smith. The children between the ages of (5 gnnized here last Thursday night derful sale of this new farming and 20 in Kentucky that year. with several members as a starter. country to blue grass people, at Besides these there were 533,5571 Mips usie Ilardwick lias been tests Mr. Chambers' claims that pupils in private schools. The these improvements, but what visiting in Mt. Sterling for several Olay City and Stailton, the Alabama is a coming state and county high schools had an en- days, but is back at the old stand. two next largest stations on the the early investment will reap a rollment of 2,048 pupils. Dr. C. I). Muntfield is laying in Analyzed," the report shows road, are they going to be com- harvest. Winchester Democrat. old low Cham- that Of) schools kept open from 80 la stock of candies and sweet meats. pelled to use the little The item relative to Mr. down hovels of ancient days with bers sliiiped into our columns to JOOdavs that year; 8,015 from He will enlarge bis dock as trade the water streaming down on without our recognizing who it 101 to 120; 100 from 121 to 140; permits. Mrs. Kirby Smith, who had a you, when it. rains, every time was. All our readers know how 200 from 141 to 1(50; 5100 from 101 you lass in or out of the depot. strong we are in favor of keep- to 170, nnd.:1558 more than 181 strike of paralysis a few days ago, ing all our good people, but at days during the school year. died last Sunday night and was Refuses to Answer Questions. the Bailie time we do not wish to, Besides the 11,080 teachers of buried Tuesday. U. li. Hampton, president, of in any way, harm Mr. Chambers' whom 5,5382 were men and 5,707 Our hustling banker, K. II. Fullthe Clurk County National Hank, reputation. Mr. Chambers is a women, there were 044 superiner, was in attendance at tho meeta former Sheriff of Clark county strong personal friend of the ed- tendents and assistants and 170 ing of the Bankers of the State in and one of the wealthiest, men in itor, and he is known to us to be principals and supervisors. Louisvi'le lust week. that county, was fined thirty dol- a truthful, honest, upright citiThe 8,093 school buildings with sent, to jail for contempt lars and Mrs. J. W Thomas, of Jacksonzen, and we are sure that what their grounds represented an of court Tuesday by Judge Ben-to- he says about his land or anyville, Flu. j who fius been visiting original investment on $10,8558,-35in refusing to answer the thing else he has for sale, is true her parents, Major Blackburn and and there furnishings and wife, and other relatives, returned question asked by the grand jury as gold. equipment cost $1,217,570. The in session there, if he, Mr. home this week. ii.nv Cattle Trade Peculiar. $7,180,280,555 spent, for their Hampton, had given uny one There is something very pe- maintenance that year was rinsThe revival meeting at the money to be used in the recent culiar about the cattle trade in Church closed last Sunday ed as follows,: From the State, primary election, i:: which How- this section. Buye'rs pick up our Rev. Mr. Kimuielshue was night $3,297,099.41 ;from county taxaard Gilbert, a nephew of Hamp- cattle by the hundreds and drive tion, 81,458,0514,43; from graded a splendid speaker, and we hope ton, was the successful candidate them to tlie Winchester and Mt. cijy that be will return again and hold Jaxe$2j415,t$2.. a longer iheeti lg. i'or,.Sh prill'. Mr. Hampton's con- Sterling court, markets where Railroad Must Repair Bridge. tention 'is that, in answering the they dispose of them at a good Clarence Atkinson will sturt The L. & N. highway crossing classes in question it might implicate him- good profit. On the other hand, Shorthand become very dan- and Typewriting about the first of self, and he therefore can not our farmers will go to these mar- in this city-habe made to answer the question. kets and buy their cattle to a gerous, though the company so next month at the college. This advantage than they far refuses to repair it, claiming will he fine anil we hope that many Ambitious young men and much better Will that it is the town's duty to keep will tuke advantage of these courses. can buv them at women should read the adverMr. George Broad, of Buffalo, one tell us how it can be this bridge in repair. Ollicials tisement of the popular and suc- some that, these markets are the best of the road were here Tuesday N. Y. , and connected wiih the cessful Wilbur U. Smith Business places to sell and at the same in conference with the city Conn-cil- , National Biscuit Company for over College. It. educates and helps time the best places to buy. It endeavoring to get the Coun- forty years, was here on a visit the to success. nevertheless seems jo bo trut. cil to make such improvements. past week to see his daughter. This the Council rightfully de- Miss Ethel Broad who teaches at clined to do, but instead, passed the college. an order requiring the railroad Mr. Ben Sewell, of Jackson, was company to keep same in repair. a wejciime visitor at our pleasant home Sunday Wo are sure glad to Judge Mann Appointed. see Ben come, for we feel honoied The church-goinpeople of to have a young man come so fur Clay City will bo pleased to from home in search of life's fulearn that the Ilev. Judge L. F. ture happiness. Mann has accepted the charge There has been a complete change Clay City Methodist circuit for of time in the trains. Please note the coming year. Jackson's that the trains going to Lexington goat 7:02 a. m. and 2 :550 p. m. Chapel has been transferred to and the trains going to Jackson the Irvine district and Olay City and ubove go at 8: 50 a. in. and allotted two Sundays of every 3:29 p. in. Both down,trains make month. Presiding Elder J no. It. connect'on at Lexington for LouisSome Beautiful New ville. Deering has been retained. t Mr. Kob'.rt BUckhurn has sold The Court of Appeals has re- his interest in the Southern Cen versed the manslaughter sen- tral Mercantile Company, the Louthat are bound to please. Our line of tence given by a Powell county isville Mail Order House. He says in jury to John Clair, who is confin he lost $2,000 sell tho Company. He will probably the stock for tho ed in jail. Clair was convicted new Electric Railway from French of the murder of Bummer Spicer Lick Springs to New Albany, Ind in Breathitt county. The killing W" wish that one of our stores in occurred in January, 1012, ami town would carry a line of fresh Come in and let us fit should be seen to be appreciated. the case was tried, in this county meats. Heretofore when one store last March on a change of venue. would have fresh meat then other you up ready for the summer weather with goods that are both places would open up, and a town like Stanton could not support them Mt. all. Let one store, or some have our usual large full store and can Dr. Haydon, vererinary, of stylish and cool. We man Sterling, will bo in this city Sat- koep fresh meat, und only one, utid cer'ainly please you. urday, Oct. 4th, and a few days don't half a dozen start. One store following, for the treatment of or man could build up a good trade all 'roubles and diseases of hors- in fresh meats. In unloading a wagon last week. es, cattle, sheep and hogs. He will be glad to consult anyone Walter Barris had the misfortune to and in doing so having stock that needs treat- fall, his arm, injuring the uxlo fell on it so that ho He will bo located at has not been able to use it since. ment. Eaton's livery stable. Walter 6ays that In all tho years ! ; j - that he has handled horses and been around a wagon, it is bis first misfortune. Jack Frost paid us the lirst visit for the fust time this fall on Tuesday morning. He did not do much damage this trip, but left word that he would return in the near fiitur and for t'e farmers to hustle and get things ready for him. And we notice that they are busy cutting their corn now. n 5 Pies-byteriu- n . Book-keepin- s : Let Us Show You Some of urO New GOODS. g The barn belonging to tho Railroad Company where Mr. John Burgher lives, burned down las' Monday. It is supposed that some little boys playing in it set it a fir" with matches. .Mr. Burgher lo.t three sacks of ship stuff and some hay. It was indeed fortunate that the wind was blowing away fron the house or it would have been almost impossible to have saved it. es the wind was blowing strong w the time. Now is the time to lay in store for winter. Put in your coal before the roads uet bad, and wood hauled before bad weather sets in. Nothing makes u wife smile and keep in good humi-like good dry wood for the cook stove. Don't wait till snow falls and then have to get out and hunt wood; and don't cut up justenoiiL'b for each meal, but have a good lot of it ready ahead. The writer has been in scores of homes where there was no wood cut for breakfast, ai'il it was a bad rainy morning. Tinman had to L'ct out in the rain and cut tho wood before the good, wife could get the meal. And water soaked wood is hard to burn sometimes. The following is taken from the Big Sandy News. "Dr. .Morrill says the slit skirt shows a cracked biain and an empty heart. The feminine of this section an- not conh structed after an)' such fusliion his." Ve are glad to say that our women folks here have not lost any of their queenly manners to such debauching fashions. The tide is turning, instead of the men heing the cause of so much immorality in the world it is the women spreading it by leaps und bounds. One views with shame the dress of sonnet the women folks in the city. They are luring and tempting the men to make insulting remarks about them, and lead them to their downfa'l. waist the diaWith the phanous skirt slitted immodestly, the filmy stockings, the bunny hug. tango and turkey trotting, is it no wonder thut writers tell us that such a wave of crime und ini morality is sweeping over the country now as has never been deard of in all the history of the ha-yo- ur r - peek-a-bo- o world. Men have been blamed for ReadytoWear Suits Dress Goods Lawns, Percales, and other I SHIMFESSEL'S. this in past years hut now this slam has been lifted from their shoulders and the women themselves have assumed it. The Presbyterian Sunday School will have their Bally Day this coming Sunday. How about tho Chris-tiuchurch having a Rally Day at the same fine. Let every body in Stanton attend Sunday school next Sunday. You owe it to the church. to tlie bunday school, to vour chil dren and to the community to he at your post of duty. There is an oft' quoted saying that would be good for everyone to know by heart. "If every church member was just like me, what kind of a church would my church be." Apply this to yourself as a church worker, as a Sunday-schoo- l scholar, as u christian. Christianity doesn't consist of being a member of a church only, but it means being a worker. Are you a worker or are you a shirker? Aro you doing all you can to help your church or Sunday-school- , or are you willing to let the others do tho work. When you get to heaven (If some of you do) you will regret that you didn't do more, didn't live more consistent, didn't seta better ex ample. So let us all rally to our respective Sunday schools. n THE TIMES. I'UHLIMIEP KVEKV Subscription rates 81 years in iidviince I. 15. rato from Baltimore to L. & E function is 51 cents per hundred whilo from L. & E. Junction to Jackson the rato is 47 cents and the rate from ChiTUCKSDAY. cago to Lexington is about the same us from Lexington to Jack- :i year or three S'-J- i . sou Hurgher, Publisher. si'cond-elns- s lintert'tl as Fhurgtliiy, mnil matter. - September 25, 1913. CLUB 11ATKS. For tlie convenience of our we have arranged club rate with the following papers at prices below mentioned : The '1'i.mes and Courier-Journ- al Cincinnati Enquirer 1.10 90 Louisville Herald Home and Farm 75 If we should always do the best " Ii land Farmer thing for our friendsthey would People seldom attempt to sit 5)0 " American Farmer soon cease to be our best friends. on the man who stands up for " Southern Agriculturist 75 These people remind us of the uiiiinuii. We frequently see children Irishman who didn't want justice for fear he would go to the Some peoplo often make ene given a much better education mies by being for the right thing than in after life they ever make An education, where the subject is capable of entertain iug it, is a gi'and thinu, but the oid saying, "Educate a fool, and he is a fool still", is demonstrat ed too often. It apparently was never intended that all of us should lie educated, for too often pupils attending the same school frequently are far apart in their studies, and some cannot be taught, in fact, some studies at all, though they may goto school until they are forty. Under all conditions, however, it is justly due every child to be given an opportunity to be educated if they will take it, and now is the time for parents to attend to (ins. See that they go to school every day as rlie law requires. Then you will have the satisfac tion of knowing that you have done you i duty in this use of. When Representative Helm, of Kentucky was so "rudely inter-- t upted" by Representative Mann he was saying: "These are history making days. They are glorious days for the Democratic party. The work of this branch of Congress will soon come to a close. Perhaps by the end of this week t lie tariff bill will have' been signed that will bring joy .tnd gladness to countless millions of consumers in the United Mann exclimed: '.'In States." a Europe" and he brouirht down the Republican side of the House With laughter; but Helm quickly " " " $1.00 The Times will support no man for the State Senate or for Representative who is not for the passage of a law to lower the passenger rate to 2 cents a mile, and give theliailroad Commission the right to fix freight rates. The Times, so far, is the only It strikes us that Hurry Thaw paper in the State agitating the has found tho cost of living very passage of such a law. We do not care, for we know we are high since he left Matteawan. Wagons, right and are willing to fight sinAnother helptul thouglit is SulkyTuming Plow gle handed, if it is right. that now is the time to dig sweet Pitcher Pumps, "Money will always zet you Wo try, awful hard not to think .,... i.i,.n ,..,fl ,.r iiuiiuiu , :ib .. ....... rujtiu, a person is fibbing when 'they u l l til. nil ui generally, but in some instances speak well of us. it will not get you out until the How's Thl? other fellow gets all you hive. We oirer One Hundred Dollars Our guess is that Congress wil Reward for and ease of Catarrh that adjourn before October 25. Mrs, ci.nnat be cured by Hall's Catarrh 1'aiikhurst announces that she Cure F. .1. Cheney it Co., Toledo, O will speak in Washington on that We. the undersigned have known date. F. .1. Cheney for the last 15 years, The melancholy days have and believe him perfectly houoia come, the saddest of the year, the country ought to be at peace, but Congress still is here. Ide in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligation uiand by the firm. National Bank of Commence. Toledo, O. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken interupon the nally, acting dire'-tl-y blood anil mucous smface-- i of tho sent free. system. Price 75 cents per bottle. Sold by dv. all Druggists Take Hall's Famih I'ills for A New Way in Merchandising. Ml VERY ATTRACTIVE PRICES. $47.00 and up c'mplt. 28.95 " 8 " .86 rv vjrain rs uac uiui, - )! p. i AZ "i " Pumps, 1.60 " " Ready mixed House Paints 1.07 Gal. Open Top Buggies, 30.85 up Top Buggies. 30.95 " Check Rower Corn Planter, Double Shift Riding Cultivator Best Mowing Machine on the .market, 50c Felt Roofing, Gasoline Engines, 28.35 27.50 34.85 per square $27.50 up. SEE US FOR. PRICES AINT CATALOGt'ES. Programme of Teachers' Association to be held the School House at Clay City, day, Sept. 27th, 1013, at Ky., on SaturRev. Chas. G. Mann Mr. J. D. Falls. Mr. W. B. Thacker Mrs. J. W.'vVi at 9 o'clock, A. fl. Devotional Ex'ercises, Welcome Address, Response, ( Inspiration, Unity of Efl'or s, Supt. KatcS. Bohannnn (Team Work, How Obtain Perfect. Attendance, Miss Lille Boone. Shall we have Entertainment at Close " of School? If so, how and why? Miss Zella. Sams Rainy Days; How "maKe them enjoyable in Country Schools? Miss Mary Hall. '. ' What am I going to do to make our Exhi bition or Fair Day a Success? Mrs. Myrtle J. Burgher How avoid Corporeal Punishment and bring out the best in a Child? Mr. U L. Smith , MtC'Mr- Vi'.'fre(l Davis, A Teacher should lib,. Hi wrb Object of Meeting 1 -: Did it Ever Occur to You That an account with a Clean, Strong Progressive Bank gave you a considerable prestige in the business world? Accounts of all sizes welcomed by the - Teach Why? j(, Mr R. T Crowe, Mr Bert Crowe. Miss Lucy Wells. Clay Good Manners should be Taught in School Room, How and Why? Addresses by Visitors. City National Bank, CLAY CITY, KENTUCKY. PROGRAM. The Farmers' Union will hold an open meeting at, the Chris tian church on Lower Ilardwick's Creek, Friihy night, Oct. 0. Men, women and children are invited. This is especially prepared for farmers and the purpose is to give some-- valuable information along different lines. The following program ill be rendered in full or in part: COriE TO OUfr STORE Let us Show You this is the Store for Price and Quality. We Carry a Full Line of Hay ties Hen son Shoes THEY FIT SO WE ALSO IS EAT AND Subject,, A Model Farmer, The Power of Cooperation. Farm Repairs, Farmers' Union, Maintaining an Interest, Ye Are the Salt of the Earth, ' Speaker, , Grant Baker, Franklin Margisnn, , R. W. Garrett, S. O. Time Limit, 20 20 20 20 20 20 minutes u " J. Davis, N. O. Witt, A. T. Stewart, " " " letorted: "The Republicans are Thoy have but one lust Hjiiau k to liive, and that, is this caucus proposition." Helm had carried oil' the honors. con-i.eruin- muted. 1 g which covers the South like the morning dew. SELL THEM AT PRICES RIGHT. When you you wnnt LOOK SO NICE time again, we see from the announce ments in the big daily papers. L. ife The N. lias changed ( made in the country papers as this road takes lis country people to be old fool lodhoppcr.s who always get to the depot an hour ahead of time anyway. They know too that Miice they have monopolized the business 11. this section the will have to use their road and get out the best way they can. This road takes 110 thought for the comfort of its country patrons. We should lake this a tho grossest insult. is pas-hunge- Io aiiiioucemeut our Store. more. As to buy Merdimulise, conic to It you comu one tjuiu you'll come hack will not iidinit of pricing our Mer- We me diundise, come let us price them to you. Hpiice $3 w sure mules are subject to deadly attacks of worms. we ean interest you in prices ami quality. j cattle, horses 6tock, keep p We sell ior Cash and Exchangefor Pro- - your These ravenous peste multiply by the millions, starve them poor, weak, and out of condition. duce only. Tho Times, like the (.'lay City Times, is outspoken n Unit thf confiscatory charge, of lie iinsrmpultius L. A: N. rail- Mix), and cites as an index to its fact that "The i v. rt'lutt'KO Un Jut-i;oi- t 1 i ttock aalt that will rid tvery animal oa you ptaca of worms quickly and No doainf, 00 draochlnf. Juat put No Dtv If It falla. It whtro all your atock can run to It froafy, Thoy will doctor thsmsalvsa thrive (attar, and put oa monty-oiaktUtah. 8al-Vla not aipaoWva. Wo carry It In al alua from 7$Q up. Comainandgatapackaft to try. You will bopiaaaad with tha reaulta, Wa fuaraataa U U The Great Worm Destroyer mcdlcatad SAVET and WUMM j m Conditioner WH m ' ADAMS Xena, Ky. & SON, btD them worm (tH and hatlthv. for Salo LOWE & CROWE, Rpsslyn, Ky. i ' 1111: A iii mm liMtb. 1!U3 mn HOMEMADE PAPER. THURSDAY, September 25, George Coulee, who has rented farm in Madison county, left Monday for that place where he will sow some small grain. He will not get moved before January 1st as he doesn't get possession until that time. a Councilman Coleman Portwood is selling out his personal effects LOCAL BREVITIES. and will move to Lexington where he has employment. We always Easter, of Mrs. James is visiting relatives in regret, to lose such valuable citizens as Mr. Portwood, btt wish the city. him well in his new home. We had considerable frost Good rains visited us the last Tuesilay morning, though the of the week which revived the damage was light. growth of the grass. It. was so Geo. 1'. Douglas, of Levee, is dry that the earth soaked up the visiting relatives on Hurdwick's most of it as it fell. However, :reek. enough ran olF to All up the holes Amos Cain, who moved to Illi- in small creeks that had gone nois a few years ago, has return IYy. ed to this county to live. The Stanton College will open Mike, Vison, of Levee, wns up a business course beginning here Saturday with a drove of Monday week. Prof. O. C. cattle that, he had . bought, up in will be the teacher. Prof. this county. Atkinson is for the position and we hope to see-- a Mr. and Mrs. Win. Mountz.Sr., returned today from a ten days number of our bojs take, this visit to their son, Wm. Mountz, course. We sell The Bain wagons. We .Jr., at. Harriman, Tenn. handle them by the carload, and Elder L. J. Reynolds, of Paris, can therefore save you money. is in the city visiting friends and It is one of the best wagons on assisting in the protracted meetthe market. If you are in need ing At the Christian church. of a wagon, and do not. know The I). R. Daniel shipped another Rain, it will pay you to investicar .if cattle and hogs Saturday. gate them 1)V learning about Mr. Daniel is buying quite a lot them from those who do know of live stock this fall and, as us- the"1, llardwick& Company, ual, is paying good prices. Stanton. Pastor Deward Ma'herly assisted by Elder Elbert Winkler, of Taylor county, are holding A se. nes of meetings at the Christian church. Bro. Winkler held a successful revival with this church last fall in which there were thirty-thre- e additions to the church. Do You Fear Consumption? No matter how chronic your cough or how'severe your throat or lung ailment is, Dr. King's New Discovery will surely help'you ; it may save your life. Stiilmnn Green of Mallchite, Col. writes: "Two doctors said I had consumption and could not live two years, I used Dr. King's New Discovery and am and well." Your mony refund-eif it fails to benefit you. The best home remedy for coughs, colds d USE UViU mvv. R MILLS F.LOU AN UNEXPECTEDGUEST for luncheon or dinner will enj y the delightful trial of bread that is made from the Pear' Hour. The loaves made from thN high grade Hour are line, light, white and of tempting tlavor and a misty-ing lueheon can be made on the excellent bread (with sweet butter) that is made from the Pearl Hour. home-made (. -- Made by J. ANDREW GAIN, Versailles, Ky. 50c. and $1 00. throat and lung troubles. Adv. dealers. Price Guaranteed by all When in Need of J n 'Squire John W. Tuttle, the well-qualifie- d support. The report comes from Irvine that the old Estill Herald will be revived 'to preach Republican doctrine. We see no need for another piper at Irvine as the Tribune covers the field so completely and is now the best pa per over puoii8tied at Irvine. Democ atic nominee for Representative was in the city Monday. Our interview with him proved him to be sound on some vital points of legislation. Every Democrat should rally to his Builder's Hardware, Cabinet Mantles, Grates, Tiles, Cooking or Heating Go to or Write Stoves, W. A. Garrett, of Sardis, Miss., is visiting home folks about Stanton and was in this city yesterday. Mr. Garrett was for a time one of the salesmen in the Com- pany store. Safest Laxative for Women Nearly every woman needs a good laxative. I)r King's New Life Pills are good because they are prompt, safe, and do not cause pain. Mis. M. C. Dunlnp, of Leadill, I'enn. savs: "Dr King's New Life Pills helped her troubles Price, greatly." Get a box 25c Recommended by all dealers. Adv. to-da- $ Don't Let Baby Suffer With Eczema and Skin Eruptions. Babies need a perfect skin coverStrengthen Weak Kidneys Don't Buffer longer wiih weak ing. Skin eruptions cause them kidneys. You can get prompt re- not only intense suffering, but hinDr. nobson's lief by taking Electric Bitters, that der their growth wonderful remedy praised by wo- Eczema Ointment can be relied on men everywhere. Start with a bot- for relief and permanent cure for suftle to day, you will soon feel like a fering babies whose skin eruptions new woman with ambition to work have made their life miserable. without fear of pain. .Mr. John Our baby was alllcted with breakDowling, of San Francisco, writes: ing nut of the skin all over the "Gratitude for the wonderful ef- face and scalp. Doctors and skin fect of Electric Bitters piorapts me specialists failed to help. We tried It cured my wife when Dr. Hobson's Eczema. Ointment all else failed." Good for the liver and were overjoyed to see baby completely cured before one box as well. Nothing better for indi- was used" writes Mrs. Strnbler, gestion or biliousness. Price, 50c. Dubuque, Iowa. All Druggists.or adv $1 00, at all dealers. Adv. by mail, 50u. PFEIFFER CHEMICAL CO, St. Louis, Mo. Philadelphia, Pa. Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, Winchester, - Ky. '"-- f "A HARDWWK & COMPANY'S Come to Our Store And let us show you we carry. m m a i WILBUR R. SMITH BUSINESS COLLEGE iDMrpontadulSsixuOTtoCoainatlilCiitlagt otlj.Culwiltj lit President hu roar of xpxrleDce la mercntil and banking baalnen, alto 33 yean educating 10.0U) young Dim and women for aureeo. Atj0Enter now. Addreaa m BOOKKEEPING Business, Phonography , TYPEWRITING and TELEGRAPHY what h nice line of goods Notion-- , WILBUK K. SMITH, Lexington, U.J. Clearance Our stock of Dry Goods, Groceries. Hardware. Clothing, Shoes anil etc. is replete with Trees! Trees! Trees! Fruit and Ornamental Variety, Style and Quality. .TIMS COMBINED WITH OUR Sale. We will sell at greatly reduced prices during this Clear- Strawberries, Shrubs, Hedging, Asparagus, Rhubarb, U rapes, Roses, Peonies, Phlox, etc. Everything- - for Orchard, Lawn and Garden. NO AGENTS ance Sale the following: Men's and Boys' Clothing in FREE CAT A LOO Low Prices Make it to your both Suits and Odd Pants, Men'a Hats, 4,Queen Quality" low cut Shoes for Women, in both Oxfords and Pumps, Walk-Over H.F. Hillenmeyer&Sons Lexington, Ky. low cut Shoes for Men, and all wash Dress intent We to uive us u good share of be- your tride. nive to please our customers Kitifef led customers art; 'TO M TO MMMMI! ! things We have tho new, popular and in all these lines. To give you an idea of the outs we are making, will give you some prices. Men's and Boys' 3oods. Suits and Odd Pants, 25$ to 35 Hats at 82.00 to $2.50, Women's cut, Men's muse we know our best assets. jj OAlITAfc HTOOK, 8100,000 n SUHPLUSANBUN- - 3.0 'I 4.00 Oxfords and b UIVIDKD PliOKUTS, 200.000 Yours to please, TUB Pumps at 83.00, t3.50 ones at 82. GO, $3.00 ones at 2.25, Men's 85.00 low cuts at ti.OO. $4 00 ones at. 33.00, "Winchester Bank. 3 jj -- WALDRON A JOHNSON, OKJ WlNOllHTEH. KV. 8 K N. IIULLY W'lTIIKIlMl'OON, l'HBH, OAHIIIKH. Cj W. li. Hl'HAH. a K YOUU ACCOUNTS SOUOITKU at $2.00; wanh Dress Goods, 25c per yard values at 10c to ISo per yard, 20o values at 13c, 15o values at 11c, 12 Ac values at l)c, and 10c values At 7c. 83.50 ones Waltersville, Ky. 1 U Hardwick & Co., Stanton, SPOUT SPRING. Mrs. Laura Stoker, of Paris, is visiting relatives at Kimbrell. Mrs. Belle Burgher is visiting telativcs in anil uear Winchester. J. W. Dawson, of Winchester, was here Wednesday buying cat tie tcr is adapted to local conditions. Every issue continue article's on general farming, live stuck raising poultry, fruit growing, etc; a Home and Family department that will bo appreciated by every member of the family. Send your name and address on a postal card or write us a letter and we mi OF THE CONSUMPTIVE Shelt McKinney sold a span of copies and tell you how you can, mules to Fielding Townsend for not only get a year's subscription M25. free, but how you can make from Mrs. Amos Cain and children, $2 to $5 per day above other exlate of Illinois, are visiting rela- penses, for the next few months. The editor of this paper knows tives near Kimbrell. Ask him. Lloyd Todd is with his mother, what the Guide is. right now, and Mrs. Nannie McKinney, near Send your name we will send you the September Winchester who is right sick. issues free. Address, The Farmers' Guide, Huntington, I ml. will send you a few sample Yaughn's Mill. Progressive Colored Alan. Several from this place attendSam Keeton, colored, of Bloom-ingtoed the protracted meetings at this county, left Sunday Kimbrell Sunday. morning for the Mt. Sterling Messrs. Joe Clark, Chas. B. or $10,000 Nelson and Winfred Davis at- market with $8,000 worth of cattle. He was forced tended court at Winchester to take the stock away on account Monday. of the scarcity of water, which Mr. Hugh Bush was in Win we are told, threatened a famine Chester and Danville the greater in this neighborhood until the part of last week. He returned situation was releivcd by SunSaturday. day afternoon's showers. Sam Messrs. Logan Price, Geo and Keeton is one of the most widely Joe Shearin, from Crab Orchard, known "cattle kings" of Eastern Boyle county, who have been Kentucky. He is a farmer, but hauling for some time for Mr the major portion of his wealth Oondor, of Upper Hardwick's has, been realized through cattle Creek, started for their home dealing. Like other successfu "punchers" he "takes the sad Saturday. die" and rides from county to county and as regular as clonk Kimbrell. work lie is at Mt. Sterling on each H. K. Blanton has been very court day with several thousand sick the past week. dollars worth of the bovines G. S. Ware 6old to Grant Clem Should Sam Keeton "the Magof one milch cow for $50. fin county nigger" fail to be on Dr. H. M. Wimburu attended the market vards the "big white the State Fair at Louisville last sern'mem" would flee through superstition like an actor when a week. dog trots across the stage. A Farmers' Union has been or ganized at this place with 18 Sam Keeton was born, reared and (not) educated an Blooming members. ton, in the northern end of MaThere will bo preaching at goffin countv. He "don't know Kimbrell- - Chapel next Sunday a letter in a book", using his own morning. words, and neither can be "figJames Purmer, of Vienna at- ure". In short, he is absolutely But his wife is well tended revival services at s illiterate. Chapel last week. educated and they are educating Rev. Harvey Johnson closed a their olfsoring. Hail tlii nearo weeks meeting at Kimbrell's been blessed with an education he well, we can only conjecture chapel last Sunday morning. on that side of it. His method Prof. French will teach a class of calculation is simple, unique in vocal music, at Kinibrell's and remarkable. This is how he Chapel begenning Thursday does it : For a dollar he makes wight Sept. 25th. lie a long mark ; for a ; for a quarter Willis Stone's horse ran away makes a half murk with his buggy at Kimbrell dollar he makes a "little" mark; Chapel church last Friday jiight for a dime he makes a "dot". As mid tore the top off but the horse for a nickel he says he "pays no 'teutiou to 'em". received no .njury. He married a daughter of Send Your Name Green Gardner, uml the union and postolliee addresss and re- has been blessed with several ceive sample copies of the best children, six of whom are living and largest weekly farm journal He is still in the prime of life, in America. We want every being only 41 or 4'2 years of age. r.eader of this paper to know what Kentucky Mountaineer. the Farmers' Guide is. We want you to know that every week's (lay Baler for Sale. Full steel chamber and plunger. issue is full of interesting and valuable reading matter that will None better. Virtually a bmd new make your work on the farm machine, having been uyed hut lighter nd more profitable. It n duys. Will sell for the tton is of especial interest to the ishing low price of $100, or will tanners of this county as its trade buiue to livestock or urowiiig .1. columns of practical farm mat corn. liuriilier. Kim-brell'half-dollar n, Anderson Merry. I.exliiKioii. Ky. I used We sell The Bain wapons. We sorenei" till liniment and the pln and NOT DANGEROUS IN THE HOME ilWiippeHrutl like manic handle them by the carload, and .Tnller V. T Mnlleiifier, Lexington, Ky, IN THE EARLY STAGES For relieving nelir and piiinn tliii can therefore save you money. OF THE DISEASE. liniment licnt anything I ever nw .1. It is one of the best wagons on II. I.ettnu, I.exitiKlon. Ky. the market. If you are in need It is the only remedy l hnve found Important Information Regarding the relief ninee I wn of a Wilson, and do not know The that hit given me anyago Air, ijusnit Proper Care of the Patient The piimlizcd four yi'iira investi-giit- e Built, it will puy you to Use of Material Eating Utensils Wellinrn. Newliurg, Intl. Care of the Clothes. them bv learning about If It fails to relieve any pain in any in lifleen mimite,n.'K of them from those who do know partyourthe body back. money for The homo caro of the consumptive tlien1, SOLD IIY A I.l. I.KAMNC. In the beginning stage, under the su 'Uardvvick it Company, DUUC.GIST.S porvislon of a doctor or a nurse, is not Stanton. dangerous to tho other members of the household. The germs of the dts ease are almost wholly thrown off la OVER OC YEARS' the discharges from the mouth and EXPERIENCE nose, and a uniformly careful collec tion and destruction of this material inr will prevent tiie spread of the germs A Training through the house. The consumptive jSctiooI for Teacher: should spit in a paper box or cloth which can be burned. Paper napkins JotrrweJUUitid Ml" Juw T r PVit should be used Instead of the ordinary llVilri. Of VfctM la sit 9y IRADC MARKS KtHitHfel? SchOOll DCSIONS cotton or linen handkerchiefs to wipe OuTwi. Trillion rrwtit Copyrights &c. 'che nose and lips, and these napkins .'l P.I ntm hi. . .......... Anrona lending nkelrh and dMcrlntlon mar i noiooi, rr njllorlei. tifw should be carefully burned. The coo qnlcklr aacertaln our opinion free whether an luTentlnn la probably patentable. Oonimunlra. sumptlve should have his own set of tlunaatrlctly confidential. HANDBOOK on ent free. Oldest aaencr for ocurlnir (interna. JTrrirthTWoi April?, Sun.mil 8ch.Mlnpi.iia Jw dishes, which should be washed sop I'atenU taken through Sluim & Co. receive r..itrrM. d arately In boiling water. His bed and rjKClal notice, without onarge. In the cllAni,K, PrcMen. table linen should first be soaked in a Scientific disinfecting solution or boiled for h i 11 cirA handiomelr lllnitraled weeklr. Ternu, an hour before being washed with the culation of anf adentlllo Journal. fairesttl a rear! f our monthe, SL Hold bj all newidealera. rest of the family laundry. He should York wash his hands carefillly before and MUNN&Co.3616"'' New D. U Brancb Offlee. 63 F BU Wathlmton. after eating. He should never eolith without a papor napkin held to hi? mouth. He should never kiss another person. These are practically all of the precautions; but they are res i sr difficult to observe day in and day out that special sanataria for theca' Of BOURBON POULTRY CUBE of consumptives are almost essential Make Your Wet Land Productive. down a chick's tbroat cure Kentucky Tuberculosis Commisslo Rapes, A tew drops In tho drinking water cures and By the use of diuin tile ym cat. prevents cbolcra, dlartboci euro that low. wet. iifeler-s- . !nm and other chick diseases. One 60c bottle makes 13 pallons of pv field into the most productive medicine At all drURplsta. Sample and booklet on "Disspot tin your farm. Uom tile, eases of Fowls" sent FRKH. Keep on friendly terms with your properly placed, not only currie off Bourbon Remedy Co.leiuurtn.'X' bath tub. It Is the business of the siirnlii water, it admits air to the skin to pass off to the surface of the soil and inakei- - it to work body some of the waste products. In any soil. I liciJnciviiie the process of hard manual work or It imoroves - many violent exercises large in the value of the laud unusual time- - the eost of the tile. Tile ("list amounts of waste products are made, and the sweat carries them off with year's crop from tiled land pavH greater rapidity. 'The action of the tor it. Any otiilv can iiu tile work I rroniw.y oWftlnM In all , imlrl.f OR NO Fit. I breeze and the rubbing of the clothes HK'cessfiillyWrite for purlieu-lafor lit.ml. wend rAcn lu .Voilrl or lMiftt,nrji-tremove some of this waste, but it can PRIK REPORT On 4t,UlifH.i ilv. Itit.i or cell at out plant. not be thoroughly done except with Wml 3 rrnii In U.iti tv for lnrMriildc hoole OQTAIN an., On HOW water. A warm bath with the use of Wnlfti on will hit. i, Brick & Tiie patent It TOand oihtr Il.v SCO. in!PATENTS, i...rrnr on nation. a little soap once a week Is the rain Red Imum with which the skin can do Its D. best work. Baths can well be taken Company, PATENT LAWYERS. more frequently, especially if one 1303 Seventh St., Washington, D. C.'J takes a great deal of exercise. Quick KKNTIH KY TANTON baths In cold water without the use of soap toughens the body and make The best lubricatioi. one less liable to have colds. Howwithout carbon. ever, such baths do not give the skii a thorough' cleansing, and ought not to be taken by very delicate, sensitive- people except under the recomniendation of a physician. Baths not onl cleanse the skin, but they also start It If the blood to moving faster. known also that they have a marked effect on the nervous system. People AMrfeetoll foreltheralr-coolado- r wafer. 'coolad automobiles. Made from nneatPannar who are exceedingly- - nervous or In vania Crude. A Dale. thin, hi h flra tait oil wh sane can be more easily and sure! feeda t reelr. Poaitlvelr fraa from carbon. On ro first dum haaa of nnn bhl. of Ha Cart Autn Oil will fur quieted 'by properly administered nUh mis ona 65 KaL atcel barrat with faucet, fine to uae by any other way. Fo baths than la you for permanent atorase. Price of oil in iraa Mt., 46c ft calka. continuous mental and physical health Orfcr f ram j..r f alalia.. cu CHAS. C. STOLL OIL CO. "EntUine", aewtrfal EaaU a bath a day Is an excellent rule Tench this to your children! Kentucky Tuberculosis Commission. FOR SALE One second hand SHIPP'S QUICK-RELIE- F LINIMENT. printinir precs, size i) x 18, flood as new. Will sell very cheap. This is the liniment the people are talking about For particulars apply to It Is tin most wonderful remedy for Owen Patrick, Kimbrell, Ivy. re.lievliiK pnin I luive rve lined. Capt. ifmmiin ... 11,11m JHt.er.catn 20NE Farm Drain Tile BATH TUBS! I . River SWIFT & CO. MEDICINE! Most of us place all together toe much faith In medicine. Of all tin hundreds of known diseases, very few can, In every Instance, be cured b. any single kind of medicine. Some times one person, suffering with a given disease, will not be affected, or may even he harmed by a raedlclniwhich has been given with good effect to another person. Most diseases art the result of or care lessness, or ignorance, and nearly a: of the sure cures, where cures arc pc sible, are provided by nature. This I' especially true In the case of cor sumption. There are some few case: that are benefited by medicine, but nc medicine can yield a cure, or even i considerable improvement, unlets It co operates with the forces of nature. There are quantities of medlclue sold In the stores and advertised In every conceivable way, as cures for tuberculosis. Most of them actually Injure the person who takes them; because most of them contain opiates or other harmful drugs. Every one of these "consumption cures" Is planned simply to onrich tho manufacturer at the ex pense of the most helpless people in the world. If your doctor Is unabln to give you medicine to cure you, don't think you can pass the druggist 50 cents or $5.00, and cure yourself. Kentucky Tuberculosis Commlsslpn. - STOMACH TROUBLE FOR FIVE YEARS I Majority of FrieBtU Thought Mr. Hughes Would Die, One Helped Him to taking other medicines. decided to Bat take his advice, although I did not have any confidence in it. I have now been taking Black-Draug- ht Recovery. for three months, and it has cured me haven't had tliose'awful sick headaches since I began using It. FLOUR LOWE & the Best Brands. $3 per cwt. All &?slyn for what ht has done for me." writes as follows-- : "I was down with Thedford's has been stomach trouble for five (5) years, and found a very valuable medicine for dewould have sick headache so bad, at rangements of the stomach and liver. It I Ulack-Draug- Pomeroyton, Ky. In Interesting ad am so thankful vices from this place, Mr. A. J. Hughes Black-Draug- ht CROWE, times, that I thought surely I would die. is composed of pure, vegetable herbs, I tried different treatments, but they contains no dangerous ingredients, and did not seem to do me any good. acts gently, yet surely. It can be freely 1 got so bad, I could not eat or sleep, used by young and old, and should be and all my friends, except one, thought I kept in every family chest. He advised me to try Qet a package today. would die. Tbedford's Only a quarter. and quit JM Black-Draug-