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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): October 2, 1913 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1913 cla1913100201_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.): October 2, 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. Ay . . . 'T . fit Y 81.00 a Year in Advance. TIMES. .1. fe are here (o help Clay City, lift Surrounding Conntry and Ourselves. B. Burgher, Publisher. VOL. XVIII. THE BEST NEWS YET. CLAY CITY. KY., TJBURSDA-Y-. Double Killing In Clark. All In Favdjrjbf OCTOBER L'f J 9 3. NO. 10 State Aid. While returning from church STANTON NEWS. Sir. Marion Strange lias been vis Louisville ComrifercialClub, ? railroads of this State been, routed by the tstate or. valuation ana Assess ir'.Uiefr legal struggle be-- , ;.jthe ran m to-aun- dtw'.theirifrarf 'At the hearing of the L. & N. Kail road Company before Judge Oocfiran this afternoon he stated he would, write his opinion in that case soon and he will insist, that the L. & N. Railroad pay many thousands of dollars more into the treasury of this State. He said he thought $70,000,000 would not be an excessive value to put on the tangible property of the road and would not be excessive as an intangible assessment. ''Such an assessment will bring the value of the property up to .$1)0,000,000 .but for 1911 the must be equalized at eighty per cent, of the value, because the board has assessed the banks at eighty per cent of their value. The State was hardly expecting sueli a splendid victory and while the verbal statements f Judge Cochran are not his Until conclusions, they indicate he has. made up his mind to .show the board wha$ a fnirassessment is ntid'they will JfoHowitJn ;?f.QlUwuhjoB8.'eAJeen,' to give LouifmriV Timra;etpner''9 enough of the road. Holland's showing that the:, entire delegahat blew off, when he alighted tion from Jeffe farm County to the from the buggy and started back next General Assembly will be to get it. Brandenburg evident- unanimously au.fl unqualifiedly ly thought Holland was coming in favor of Sttje Aid for good for him, and thus opened tire and roads and have voluntarily pledg shot Ben White in the lower re- ed themselves to'this end. gions of the stomach. Holland The Louisville Commercial and White returned the iire and Club is greatly pfeased'at this shot Brandenburg in the head stand taken bv these candidates t and lungs when he died instant- and believes the entire State will ly. White was hurried to a hos- feel likewise. It is our hope pital at Lexington where he was that every editor throughout operated on, but died Monday af- Kentucky will endeavor to secure from all candidates in his section ter the operation. a promise to support this princiDied While on Visit. ple of State Aid that means so Mrs. Belle Lowe, of this city, much for the financial and social died at Middletown, Ohio', Monbetterment of our;State. day, at the home of her daughup this imWill you ter, Mrs. Carl Bowman, whom question", at oncev with she was visitingat the time.. The portant' your candidates .ahd endeavor to remains were brought back Tuesa declaration from them on day and taken to Stanton get this issue that may be given to Wednesday for burial. Mrs. Lowe the people through the columns was the mother of Mrs. P. B. of your valuablcfp;iper? Kirk of this city, and other chilFeeling sure you, will welcome dren, all grown, living at Sardis, this opportunity of lending n helpMiss., and Middletown, Ohio. ing Jiand, iu ,a Jrooyement.that tfTrntfailedi-hethbug- Brandenburg and wife met Ben White and Charles Holland, cou sins, who had attended services at- - Elbethel. Brandenburg took offense,- - it- - ia said, because the nieh'eofng in thc.oppositiP'dir.eii iin nrf5fl tlinf.'iJiuiniirpil htj' 25tlffeeptember 1013. king in Winchester this week. Editor Times, Mr. Ji8 Ewen visited his broth' Clay CitygKy. er Clark county a few days ago. Dear Sir: Miss Anna Hardwiek spent Snn Pleasa Ami pfifloRpd a pnnv of I in flTtt dayjn Lexington, among kin folks. 'Rev: JVC.-. Hanleyris toking,m the Perry Centrnnial at Louisville -- ,this week. Wilder Skidmoro and his son, Henry, were in town visiting at Burnam Skidniore. Judge Denekson and family have moved into the old Court House the past week. Mr. Sant Hurdwick is fixing up his hnnie, putting on a new shingle roof and making other repairs. Mrs. Mollie Crawford, of Jackson, returned home Tuesday after several days visit to the home folks. Mrs. Margaret Vance is visiting ber relatives in Whitley county for about a month. She has the two children with her. Mrs. W. M. Hughes and three children, and her mother from lligh Bridge, Ky , were visiting the family of Mr. .lames Welch this past week. Miss Kennady, of Pennslyvania, and who has been connected w'th Huston Academy in Breathitt county, visited wjth Miss Frances Ka-- . Mrs. Bettie Ilardwiek returned from the bedside of her M6ter in Estill county last Friday. She js expecting every day to get a mes sage telling of her death, so low is not-tak- altSuwhall "Col. Henry L. Stone, attorney for the Louisville & Nashville Company insisted that Judge Cochran onlv consider the allega tions in the railroad petition on this hearing for a preliminary injunction. " 'What about the affidavit of Auditor Bosworth,' said Judge Cochran, ')ii which he has the affidavit of President Milton H. Smith on the L. & N. in the rate case tried before mo in which Mr.'Smith 8Wore that it would ' take .$70,000,000 to reproduce the railroads in this State? That was in 1005, and since then there has heen, according to,your owu $18,000,000 put in the road , for depreciation.' " 'That was for a new railroad,' 1 responded Mr Stone. 'Yes,' replied Judge Coch-- run, 'I kn.iw that, but 1 think .your company with its valuable improvements and 'JoO additional miles of track and double track, is worth more now than then. This iaxactly tlje same question hefnre me ten years ago, wtieil t lie irauciiise ot tno company was assessed at $10,000,- 000. Since then the value of the company's property., according to your own figure, has been $100,000,000, and yet your franchise assessment is only increased $1,000,000; there must be soiiit-- l limy produced to show me that 1 am wrong in iuy fig-u,re- s, to this and future generovertaxed for several day? putting in repair broken down ma- ations, I am Yours very truly, chinery used in the construction W. E. Morrow, of the new road from Winchester Secretary. Work on the road to Irvine. Finally Talks. near this city is almost at u 'standD. B. Hampton the wealthy still waiting for these repairs. Winchester banker who was finMountain capitalists have ta- ed $80 daily and remanded to ken an option on a building in jail for failure to disclose the Winchester, and will probably names of persons to. whom he had organize a bank tlier of sufficient furnished money in the August capital to handle the business of primary, has been set free. Mr. ' all the mountain people. Hampton refused. to do this for the protection of the ones whom Commission and is a shot at W. he had. furnished money, not F. Clair, of Lexington and Green himself. These men realizing Garret, of Winchester, who as- Mr. Hampton's embarrassed sitsessed the property at $29,000,-00- uation, agreed that ho might despite the statement of Pres. give them away rather than ho ident Smith that it would require be compelled to stay in jail in $70,000,000,00 to reproduce the definitely. Mr. Hampton then railroad. gave tlie graud jury their names,, Judge Cochran does not take whereupon they were indicted the same view of the affidavit of and fined $50 00 each, and Mr. President. Smith as the majority Hampton paid their linos. Mr. of the Railroad Commission, nor Hampton was Arm in hie refusal Attorney Jouett, of the L. & N. t dishonorably betray any conRailroad Company that Smith fidence reposed fh t.im, and fairy rail- Judge Benton was us, equally firm was only talking of-0 a her sister. Rev. Sherman Bobbins, who has been attending camp meeting in Rowan county for the last two weeks, returned home Tuesday af ter a very pleasant time at the meeting knss Hall nd a very serious ac cident a few days ago. He was running after some hogs, and for got about a barb wire stretched across a certain place, and ran into it, cutting a deep gash over his eye. It was thought at first the eye was injured, but it is coining out all right. We are nt a loss to know wheth er it waB Prof. E. W. Welch or ourselves that were serenaded the other night. Anyway we got the benefit of the serenading and thoroughly enjoyed it. We are glad the boys come around and make the evening merry with songs and laughter, and college hurrahs. Brings back the old days when w. were in college and did such things. Come again boys, you're always to-se- , Dr. Haydon, vereriuary, of Mt. Stirling, will be in this" city Saturday, Oct. 4th, atid,a tovt duys following, for the treatment of sessment." uli troubles aud diseases of hors Three cheers for Goebel, tjoiiclusior.s." es, cattle, sheen aud hogs. II eJ and Judge Gohran, who w II be glad to consult anyone Col Stone suggested, that the lUilroad Commission had only are more than all others, respon- In ving stock that needs treatjtWhSed the tangible value of the sible for the bringing of the rail- ment. He will be located at roads of Kentucky to a point Eaton's livery stable. property at 1:20,000,000.' "Well, don't make any differ- nearer justice so far as. paying Teachers' Association concerned. Mav each of (The ence," said Judge Cochran, "I tux is by them ever kept in the (offices' meeting in this city Saturday think it is worth very considera- where they can continue to. be of was quite success, We are glad ble more tiat'$29,000,000." the greatest value to. our State to; have them with, us, and hope 4 'This statement sustains the po- and Nation. Mi. Goebel not be- tliey will bo with uj again besition taken by Lawrence Finn, ing in officrvwe suggesl the title suiting him. fore the school Chairman of the State Railroad of Guveruer as best Mc-Greu- road. On a motion of Attorney General Garnott, time was given the O. & O. li. It. and the C. N. O. and T. P. li. II. and the board to txy to get a compromise,. Among those present today yas Justus Goebel, of Covington, wio is the man that furnished the information to the board to make the as- ill ins ueiermiuuMuu iu it... uu iiuu ..f the guilty bribe takers. The many fr.onds ot both gentlemen will be pleased to learn that the nufortuuate affair' :has been set i i L 5 . I welcome. tled. year-close- The writer wishes to assure the Winohenter Democrat and the host of friends of J. W. Chambers of Winchester that he had no thought of insinuating against his Alabama land. Rather was lie trying to speak a good word for him. From the last part of the item about Mr. Chambers, the wr'ter now readily sees how one could draw suph a conclusion . But he did not mean it that way. Hb was unfortunate in wording the item wrong when he meant to boost Mr. Chambers. Hie writer's thought was that everybody should look at land before buying. It Is good business to do that always. But we do know that there is fome very rich and valuable land In- Alabama. The time U soon coming when the southland is going to be one of the greatest sectious of our country. It is progressing bv leaps aiu nounOa ana the wnoie country is investing her millions to make it a great producing market. - Some of the housewives of Stanton wish that some one would rais! a few tomatoes that are not contracted at the canning factory. They have tried their best to get hold cf some tomatoes, hut could not do go. The writer begged and pleaded and coaxed with every passing wagO'n for a few tomatoes, but" aU'turtted a deaf 'ear liecaue' they were contracted for. Finally one man came along whose heart was so big and tender and overflowing for suffering humanity, that he doesn't have the courage of a hard hearted man to say no. He said he knew ne was doing wrong but ho couldn't harden his heart when we were pleading so piteoiihly. And we knew we were doing wrong in boseeching 6o earnestly, but we couldn't bear the thought of going through the winter without soun? cans filled with the tempting fruit. We all humbly ask our most deserving and enterprising citizen and owner of the canning factory, Mr. Fuller to forgive us for these min deeds and not to hold it against thu great hearted man who supplied the tomatoes. The past Sunday was a rally day long to be remembered. While the Presbyterian Sunday school was trying to rally the fathers and moth ers ana cniluren to the tsumlay school, the devil at the same time was rallying his forces around his old stamping ground, the depot. Somo people say that there is u hell on earth and we are inclined to believe it from what has been told about. the,- drinking, thtuawf 4I. pro- fanity, the fighting and the revelry that took plane this past Sunday around the depot and other purts ef town. Persons who had to pass the depot on their way to bunuay school and church, say that it was bomethini: awful and that they hud to listen to tho most vile oaths and witness a drunken fight As Circuit Court will soon meet, this affair of Sun day will be aired out. It is about time that such disgraceful scenes in Stanton he stopped, and the . good people of the town ought to look after that. here has been a great deal of talk since this disgrace of Sunday of calling the citizens of Stanton together at the Court House and forming a law and order league, and then when such things arise, let all parties concerned be taken up We can have just the kind of town we want. It rests with the citizens of the town. If you want these drunken fights and terrible profanity seen, and heard over the town, then you can have it. But if you want law and order and a qui et town, then you can have that also. It rests with you. And which do you want. For my part I am for a quiet town. My children and your children have to pass this depot every day to school, and we ought to see that thuy do not have to hear and witmssso much profanity and drunkenness as they have in the last six mouths. Wo also feel that if the Railroad Company was notified of this past Sunday's affray, they would gladly ate with us In seeing that persons could come to the depot and wait for a train 111 decent environments. flie write! hates to do all the kick ing about our town. He feels that other citizens should tlso demand better conditions and better sur- surroundings for the sake of their boys and girls. Now, fellow will you not Join in this movement to clean up our tqwn and keep it quiet and orderly. We can do it if we want to. One man can not do it all alone, but we must all work together. It is Bad to know that out of a towu of four bundled people, that there were eighteen drunken men on our streets and not a saloon in town either. There is work for us to do, and let us be up and doing. 1 r- clti-zeu- Sun-da- y, . by a clipping published in the Times two weeks ago says: "Tho editor qf the Clay City Times, by way of getting back at a little ironical comment we ofrOBLISMEP KVEKT THURSDAY. fered on his protest against the methods employed Subscription rates 81 a year or three by tho L. & N. Railroad in dealyears in advance $2. ing with the people of this secJ- - B. burgher, 1'ublishcr. tion, offers some valuable and THE TIMES. high-hande- d Entered as second-clas- s mail matter. CLUB RATES. For tho convenience of our subscribers, we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned: Tho Times and Courier-Journ$1.00 " Cincinnati Enquirer 1.10 " Louisville Herald 90 Home and Farm 75 .75 Inland Farmer " American Farmer 90 " Southern Agriculturist 75 al 11 timely suggestions on road improvement." Tho Tribune then quotes our article, and continues: "Bro. Burgher's oiler is mQre than fair. Other farm owners this road should acquire somo of this spirit. While wo would not be directly benefitted very much by the building of a turnpike between the two towns, we are heartily in favor of the enterprise and will meet Brother Burgher as far down the road us we can while walking is good." two, thousand moral citizen voters of Montgomery county went to tho polls last spring and voted that county dry by a majority exceeding 000 votes, and last week ono man, Allie Young, holding the honor able and exalted position of Cir cuit Judge, overruled the wishes of this largo and respectable ma jority by annulling this election, and allowing the M6ntgomery county capital to remain with saloons. Wouldn't the recall of Judges and some of his decisions come in mighty handy just now? The Times would like, to see it operate a little in this case for About, the ear. There is only one way to cure, deafness, and that is by constitutional remedies. Deafness, in caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustach icin Tube. When this tube is inflamed you havo a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and when it is entirely closed, Deafness is the the result, and unless the inflaula tion can be tuken out and this tube restored to its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed forever; nine cases out of ten are caused by' Catarrh, which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces. We will fiive One Hurfdred Dollars for any ense of Deafness (caus ed by catarrh) that cannot be cu, ed,by Hall's Uatmrli Cure. Sei.d for circulars, free. ' F. J. Cheney & Co , Toledo, 01 , Sold by Druggists 7ie. Tak Hall's Family Pills for con;. atipation . yg$ k.trft'j-- A New Wagons, Pitcher Pumps, Pumps;, X VV CLV otr if 111 TVI . - lViClliailUldlll rJ irin ... '.J'.'-.-- '.?4 V5: experiment anyway. VERY ATTRACTIVE PRICES SullcyTurning Plow c'mplt. A letter which we publish this week from the Louisville Com mercial Club informs us that Jef ferson county will send a solid delegation to Frankfort this win ter favoring State aid for roads. Louisville has always favored All honor to Judge A. M. J Cophran who says the railroads of tins state must pay more tax be fore he can give them any further hearing in regard to escaping their just share of taxation. He Some people have gained the wants to ascertain the real value that the Times is fighting all of the roads before he makes the corporations and every one of final decision. This is one Fed their employees, but such is not erai Judge mat is giving an ear to the qries of the people instead the case. of to the tax. dodging corpora The Times is opposing only monopolistic corporations, but it turns. in- 1.60 Ready mixed House Paints 1.07 Gal. Open Top Buggies, 30.85 up - $47.00 and up Disc Grain Drill, $2 U4&e$j& " 28.95 Check Rower Com Planter, 28.351" ..86 1 1 Double Shift Riding Cultivator 27.50 " Best Mowing Machine on the market, 34.85 Roofing, Felt 50c per square Gasoline Engines, Top Buggies, 30.95 ' $27.50 up. " SEE TJS 1TOR PRICES AJV1 CATALOGUED. State aid, notwitostanding the does oppose these in every Some folks seem to feel us if fact that such a law means that stance. Local corporations have our unqualified support in every they had given ten dollars to char tho city will pay for roads in the State more than ono hundred instance, because thev have al- ity every time they say someone thousand dollars per year, and ways proven themselves to be as deserves sympathy. draw out of this fund nothing. one of our people. They lend aid We sell The Bain wagons. We Louisville saved the Constitution' always to any worthy cause. They handle them by the car load, and al amendment. Not only is Lou give to our churches, to our can therefore save you money. isville for State aid, but so is bridges, to our roads and to evIt is one of the best wagons on Lexington, Covington, Newport, ery other deserving enterprise in the market. If you are in need Paducah, and every other city of the community. They are man- of a wagon, and do not know The importance in the State. The aged by our home people who Baiu, it will pay you to investitrouble lies with a few bigoted are leading and most worthy cit- gate them by learning about counties who scornfully look up- - izens of our, county. Yes, we are them from those who do .know ou the poor counties of the State proud of our local corporations thomHardwick & Company, like Powell and say, build your and have never failed to lend Stanton. them assistance because they are own roads. These counties imagine they will have to build them always ready to do the same to Deafness Cannot be Cured us, and generally are more liber by local applications, us they canfor us, hut let's see. The proposition is to levy a al than our home people are. not reach the diseased portion of State tax of 5 cents and allot each, county teu thousand dollars STATEMENT OF THE OWNERSHIP, MANAGEMENT, CIRCULATION, ETC. a year. We then will take our neighbor, Clark county, for an of The Clay City Times, published weekly at Clay City, Ky., by the Act of August 24, 1012. example. There are twelve millions in taxable property in Clark Name of Address. county. Their road tax would Editor, J. E. Burgher, Clay City, Ky. be $0,000 per year and they would Managing Editor, J. E. Burgher, u u get. all of this back and $4,000 Business Managers, J. E. Burgher, '" 41 tt more to build roads. Would not Publisher, J. E. Burgher, 11 tt this. law be to their advantage? Owner: J. E. Burgher, Strauge, however, there is a Known bondholders, mortgagees, and other securityjiolders, hold strong sentiment in Clark against ing 1 per cent or more of total amount of bonds, mortgages, or oth State aid. Why? They can't tell k er securities: None. 7ou. Neither can we. J. E. BURGHER. There is no rellectiou on Clark Sworn to and subscribed before me this 24th day of Sept. 1018. county in this article, as it is Addison T. Whitt, Notary Public, Powell county, Ky. SkaiT I known that Powell is closer My commission expires January 10th, 1014. ) to Clark than any other m county in the state. Our fath-ere- , our brothers and our sisters have located there and now live there. They want to do for us idl they can, surely. Then they Post-oflice Mrs. J. W: Williams. Did it Ever Occur to You . ' That an account, with a Clean, Strong Progressive Bank gave you a. considerable preslige in the business world? I "1 Accounts' of, all sizes welcomedv by the Clay City National Bank, !.,1 . 1 CLAY CITY, KENTUCKY. 4 y. I i COflE TO OUR STORE Let us Show You this is the Store for Price and Quality. We Carry a Full Line of m m 1 ntf re-lat- vl I Haynes Henson Shoes which covers the South like the morning dew. RIGHT. When ,vou yon wnnt . "V ' -- ' will see to it that their Iiopre-(tentativ- e and Senator pledge their support to tho State Aid bill: We use Clark as an exam-- i ple'bocause it is the wealluest county outside of the counties with cities of ten thousand or more. If the law benefits Clark county as it does, it will then benefit every other county in tho tftiite that tins heretofore been such a law. The ones benefitted have heretofore prevented the passage of such a law, but it is hoped that they have thejr eyes open now and will) carry the bill that thov soj liadly need as well as such eon ties as Powell. 11 THEY FIT SO NEAT AND LOOK SO NICE jg WE ALSO SELL THEM AT PRICES g S - come' to. to buy Merclmwlim', m ms. mi imMMMMMMMm our Store. more. . It' ,vou come one time you'll come back u Ab space will not tulinit of pricing our Mer. m m Your sheep, hogs, cattle, horses and mules ore subject to deadly attacks of worms. cliiiiiilise, eoiiie let us price 8ire we 0:111 interest you tieni to you. in price and We uru quality. Pro-- . m We sell ior Cash and Exchangef or These ravenous pests multiply by the millions, starve your stoat, Keep tnem poor, weak, sod out of condition. ita Vv duoe only. . ( The Estill Tribune of last week in reply to our propositions relative to home improvements and ihu btiihlin of a turnpike from OUy yttv to Irvine brought about ' The Groat Warm Deatrmyar mmM CatumWmar U DMdlcaM ttock )t that wHl rid vy aalnul oa your pU ct werni aulakly ul kmp thra worm Ith and bMlthr. Ho py If II fail. Na 4oJa, no droocbinc. Jutt'ptit 9to MUi MS tm It wbwo all your Mock tn run to It frtlr. Tbr wlU doctor UumMlvoo, thrivo fa,ur, o4 put 00 mooor-oulilo- c froca H Suli. SoJ.Vtl U Dot Wo carry It la ! up. Cumoliiooilgtlopockago to try, Yon will InpIom4 Willi tho rwulu. Wtliu ivtrtatM tt. yyBWBBtBBMBWBJBMMBBBBM 1 Far isol. p m WM. ADAMS Xeiia, Ky. & . SON, 1' TVJ 13 ;v'l" LOWE & CROWE, Rosslyn, Ky. I HE HOME-MADE TIMES. PAPER. October '2, ' &' fx. 9fiiSu.'i'MUlWDAY, . 1013, i ' rn t i i.n BREVITIES. - vfa: . .9 l1 S&friends Mrsi Luther Loving is visiting Lexington. bus been in lnys this week. ..t ,1 JWxn h"Wl' L&xiiigton peverul 3 'MaV'is visiting relutjves ... iii i!... i ue rains the first of the week ioBijJetel! .broke the drouth in orid 'Krfs tins section.. The fall term of the Fiscal .Court will be in session at Stanton beginning next. Tuesday. v Anderson and daugh- Mury, of Manchester, ter, are visiting Mrs. T G. White. Mrs. L. Miss J. ' Mrs. 0. Shiinfessel went to Lexington Sunday and retnrned Monday with her daughter, Miss Heeso, who is just, recovering from an operation for appendi citis. Head notice in this issue, "Farm for sale." This farm is one of the best money making ulaces in the county, and should be eager The Family Cough Medicine. ly taken up by some of our hun Women Who get Dizzy In every home there should be a gry farmers who are looking for 'Every woman who Is troubled bottle of Dr. Iing's New Discov something better, and have their with fainting and dizzy spelle, pry. ready for immediate use when heads turned toward the Blue- degrass. Eczema and Itching Cured Tiring of Adopted Sons. The Oif.v Council will meet in The Winchester Democrat, is regulai session Friday night. These meetings of latj have be- getting tired of the bad men. come very interesting and aro at brought into Clark county bv the building of the L. & N. railroad tended bv uood crowds. through it, and delivers itself as Mr. McDonald, of Mt. Sterling, follows: was in the city Tuesday weigh"Thb while world is hereby no- ing up some steers tified that. Clark countv is not re- bought from di lie rent, parties at sponsible for the law lessness that from (5 to OA cents. has existed here for the past year Coleman Port wood has moved and a half, duo chiefly to the to Lexington." Mr. Portwood. is strange characters coming here a good citizen we regret, to have with railroad const notion gangs. leave us. We wish him and his The Sunday carousal, which endfamily great success in their Hew ed, in the killing of perhaps itwo men and wounding of a woman, home. was participated in by people who A Gentle and Effective Laxative are not natives of this county. A mild, gentle and effective laxative is what people demand when We wash our hands of the suffering from constipation. Thou- whole matter and pray that the sands swear by Dr. King's New time will shortly come when the Life Pills. Hugh Tillman, of San lawless who move into our midst Antonio, Tex. writes: "They are, will decide to return to their own beyond quetitinu, the best pil's my country, when they 6eek the life wife and I. have ever taken." They blood of heir fellowman. We're not responsible." never cause pain Price 25c. ut The "Sun" Shining at Irvine. druggists, or by mail. The Irvine Sun is the latest II. E. Bucklen & Co. Philadelphia candidate for newspaper patron or St. Louis. age. The paper is a seven col James Maupin drove to Clay umn folio, Republican in politics, City Sunday to visit relatives. and apparently fully worthy of He says the roads had recenflv the patronage of its party. John been worked and were quite W. Walker is editor and publish Miss Bessie Boone, muddy er, ilio Times wishes success to of Stanton, is here investigatim: the new comer, and may it help conditions relative to establishing in the upbuilding of the good old a private school here. She is "free State of EstiH," the native highly recommended, by reputaheat lv of the writer. ble persons. Irvine Sun. 800-poun- USE HOPE $ MILLS Ess home-made AN UNEXPECTEDGUEST will enjoy the delightful trial of bread that is made from the Pearl Hour. The loaves made from this high grade (lour are line, light, white and of tempting flavor and a satisfying lucheon can be nude on the excellent bread (with sweet butter) that is made from the Pearl Hour. for luncheon or dinner d Made by J. ANDREW GAIN, Versailles, Ky. When in Need of Builder's Hardware, Cabinet Mantles, Grates, Tiles, Cooking or Heating Go to or Write Stoves, Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, t i si. The soothing, healing medication in Dr. Hobson's Eczema Ointment penetrated every tiny pore of the jikin, clear it of all impurities Htopa, itobing instantly. Dr. Eczema Ointment is guaranteed to speedily heal eczema, rashes, ringworm, tetter and other unsightly eruptions. Eczema Ointment is a doctor's presoiption, not an experiment. All druggists or by mail, 50c. PfeifTer Chemical Co , Philadelphia and St. Louis. Hob-son- 's backache, headache, weakness, or kidney bility, constipation troubles should use Electric Bitters. They give relief when nothing e'se will, improve the health, adding strength and vigor from the first dose, Mrs. Lama Gaines, of Avo- ca, La., says: "Four doctors had given me up and my children and all my friends were looking forme to die, when my son insisted 1 did so, I use Electric Hitters. anc ihev have done me a world of good." Just try 'them. 50o. and 1.00 at all druggists or by mail. H. E. Bucklen & Co. Philadelphia or bt Louis. tht any member of the family contracts a cold or a cough. Prompt use will stop the spread of sickness. S. A. Slid, of Mason, Mich., writes: "my whole family depends upon, Dr. King's New Discovery as the best cough and cold medicine in the world. Two 50c. bottles cured me of pneumonia." Thousands of oth er families have heen equally ben efitted and depend entirely upon Dr. King's New Discovery to cure their coughs, colds, throat and lung troubles. Every dose helps. Price 50, and $1 00. All druggists. II. E Bucklen & Co Philadelphia or St. Louis. Winchester, - Ky. HARDWIHK & COMPANY'S BOOKKEEPING Come to Our Store And let us show, you what a nice line of goods we carry. BuslneM.Phoaography TYPEWRITING and TELEGRAPHY and banking bnilnau, alio 35 years educating 10,000 Young men and women for incceaa. 04"Kntar now. WILIUR R. SMITH BUSINESS COLLEIE bMrpontainiSDKWurtaOamiMrdilOonegi dlj.Dalnnitj It President bu reara t txperteneo la mercantile Addrat WIXHUH B. SMITH, Lexington, lay. Clearance Our stock of Dry Roods, Notions, ' Groceries, Hardware, Clothing, Shoes and etc. is replete with Trees! Trees! Trees! Fruit and Ornamental Strawberries, Shrubs, Hedging, Asparagus, Rhubarb, drapes, Roa-ePeonies, Phlox, etc. s, Variety, Style and Quality. tjKfea'HISCOMniNED WITH OUIt Sale We will sell ut greatly reduced prices during this Clear- Everything for Orchard, LaWn andOarden. NO AQENTS FREE CAT A LOO ance Bale the following: Men's and Boys' Clothing in both Suits and Odd Pants, Men's Hats, "Queen Quulity" low cut Shoes for Women, in both Oxfords and Pumps, Walk-Ove- Low Prices Mako H. F. Hillenmeyer'&Sons Lexington, Ky, r low cut Shoes for Men, and till wash Dress it to your interest to give us a good share of" be-v your trade. We strive to please our customers things We have the new, popular and in all these lines. To give you an idea of the cuts we aro making, will give you some prices. Men's and Boys' 3oods, caue we knew satisfied customers are our best apsets. OAPITAIj stock, 8100.000 4 SURPLUS AND tW; b DIVIDED PROFITS, 200,000 jj ' L 3 Yours to please, P i--' WALDRON & JOHNSON, m Winchester Bank, OFj WlNblIHTKH,KV. Tina ! a 'A to 35 cut, Men's $3.50 Suits and Odd Pauls, 25 UatB at 82.00 to $2.50, Women's 14.00 Oxfords and Pumps at 83.00, $3.50 ones at $2.00, 83.00 ones at 2.25, Men's $5.00 low cuts at 14.00. $4.00 ones at $3.00, 83.50 ones at $2.00; wash Dress Goods, 25c per yard values at 10o to 18o per yard, 20o values at 13c, 15o jj Waltersville, Ky. rev K N.1IOU.V WlTlJKHMJfOON, PHKSt K W. It, Bpuau, Oauuihu. K YOUR ACCOUNTS SOLJOlTiOD value8atllc, 12Jc values ut 9o, and 10o values t 7c a 3 Hardwick & Co., Stanton. g pte &m &'a tta. em &a &tt &a cm MMiMii ' 1 J SPOUT SPRING, J. T. Wright boupht of John Niblack niuo plain steers at 5 cents. "Miss Edna Curtis hns been very sick for severnbdnya threat- REST! If the doctor says "Tuberculotli," follow exactly his orders In regard to ventilation, food, exercise and rest. He knows better than you do.-Th- is DISEASE IS PREVENTABLE OUT OF EVERY HUNDRED DEATHS IN KENTUCKY THIRTY-NINARE PREVENTABLE. E Hay Baler for Sale. FOR SALE One second hand Full steel chamber and plunger. printing press, size 0 x 18, good Virtually a bradnew na new. Will sell very cheap. None better. machine, having been used but For particulars apply to ill sell for the itohr ten duva. . . Owen Patrick, Kimbrell, Ky. . !lt. Asr I .v t7 avw. ' 4.. w ened with fever. Henry Williams was here Monday and bought several head of cattle at around G cents. Elder Albert Easter will fill the stand at Salern church Sunday. Every one is urgently requested to bo present. Ourtis Bowman has started up his sorghum mill and is turniug off' some of the good molasses that few, the like of which, can make. Send Your Name and postoflice addresss and receive sample copies of the best and largest weekly farm journal in America. We want every reader of this paper to know what the Farmers' Guide is. We want you to know that every week's issue is full of interesting and valuable reading matter that will make your work on the farm lighter and, more profitable. It is of especial interest to the farmers of this county as its columns of practical farm matter is adapted to local conditions. Every issue contains articles on general farming, live stock rais-mpoultry, fruit growing, etc; a Home and Family department that will be appreciated by every member of the family. Send your name and address on a postal card or write us a letter and we will send you a few sample copies and tell you how von can, not only get a year's subscription free, but how you can make from $2 to $5 per day above other expenses, fur the next few months. The editor of this paper knows what the Guide is. Ask him. Send your nane ncht now,? and e, ts especially true In regard to the rest and exercise, which have to be carefully gauged for each patient and each stage of the disease. Until the disease Is checked and marked Improvement ' In general condition and Increased weight are noticed, almost absolute rest Is essential. The disease Is one that destroys the tissues of the body and, uses up Its energy rapidly. If you persist In using up your energy by work and exercise, the body has nothing left to fight with. Beware what the family medical books prescribe In the way of exercise for consumptives. No one prescription will answer for all cases, and this may be the one where thetr general prescription will send you to If your responsibilthe grave-yarities seem to make absolute rest for two or three or four months Impossible, just remember that the progress of the disease will soon force you to It without the hope of recovery. Kentucky Tuberculosis Commission. trade satnu to live mock or crowing tv t...v... i y. r.' r. Most Diseases In Kentucky Caused by Consumption, Pneumonia, Typhoid Fever, Diphtheria, Measles, Smallpox 'or Gonorrhoea. Lexington, Ky. (Special.) Out of every hundred deaths in the state ot Kentucky thirty-nin- e are preventable, Bays the Kentucky Tuberculosis Commission. And what, is a preventable disease? It Is one which is directly or' indirectly spread, from one person Buffering with It to others. We know y what most of these diseases In are, viz., consumption, pneumonia, typhoid fever, scarlet fever, diphwhooping-cough- , malaria, theria, menmeasles, smallpox, cerebro-splna- l ingitis, syphilis, and gonorrhoea. Each of these diseases Is caused by "the growth In the body of a tiny organism, commonly called a germ. These germs can not be seen by the naked eye, but under the microscope the shapes, characteristics- - and habits of most of them have been studied, so that they are now as well known to physicians as are those of human beings or domestic animals. The eggs of hookworms are also transmitted from person to person, but in this case the organism' pan plainly be seen by the naked eye. Since we know how these diseases are transmitted, It Is perfectly possible, when people aid the doctors, to prevent their spread. Ken-tuckfull-grow- n Iprompur ' sann 3 rmu in Mamf Tor InraliMlite hook On MOW TO OOTAIM an1 MIL PATCNTS. Which onna will lutr. IIW In .'. i n. rti. patent law and other talruUe Information. obtAined In all recnlrlm OR NO TIE. f vua VJ unit Copy tlif Lla lor Knd ikelrli, or l'liolo. PRKE RCPORT on tuittfntAlit'llv. P.l.nt r.r.-lea tldlulTelT. BANK filFIUCMCtS. Mr a ' t " D. 303 Seventh St., Washington, SWIFT & PATENT GO. D. C. km .hulu a,a1 t) MCHMOM&IO& 'fv J: ' A TralalMXI School fwfefe I - V4, ia,allfMle KwU MM f - LAWVCBS. aawMftStilitrtttalBl ft Will PIM'!' ' ft. Poutk Trra April I, "-"- "- J.O. mKWnrtr.itent. nwt BAl V, V aJK ri.l mm ll Farm Drain Tile Make Your Wet Land Proawctlve. of drain tjle you cut. turn thut low, wet, useleno, swam py fluid into the moat productive spot on your farm. Good tilt, properly placed, not only carrier off surplus water, it admits air to the Hoil and mukee it easy to work. By the incn-ace- V ue i the September issues free. Address, The Farmers' Guide, Huntington, Ind. we will send you the Lamp Oil that oaves Eyes Nnthfnr ! mnm Immrtant In tha home than clear, steady light. Inrare thU by Retting the oil that bums clear and clean without a flicker down to the last drop, rrnniylranla crude oil refined to perfection. Coats no more than the Inferior tankwacon ouaaaret MONEY aarea WORK-sa- ve eree. Your dealer has OOLITE OIL In barrels direct from our works. Very Serious It is a very serious matter to ask for one medicine and have the wrong one given you. For this reason wo urge you in buying to be careful to get the genuine BLAgk-Draug- ht Chas. C. Stoll Oil Co. Loxlngtsn, Ky. Refinery at Warren, Pa. We sell the celebrated "Ko Carb" Auto OIL It improves any soil. The' in the, value of the land it ninny timen the cost of the tile.. Tne flrt year's crop from tiled lain! pays 'for it. Any body can do tlie work successfully. Write for particular or chII at oui plant. FRESH AIR! I I Red River Brick & Tile Company, STANTON Liver Medicine The reputation of this old, reliable medicine, for constipation, indigestion and liver trouble, is firmly established. It does not imitate other medicines. It is better than others, or it would not be the favorite liver powder, with a larger sale, than all others combined. SOU) IN TOWN F2 ' Let Us Show You i . Some of Our New GOODS. Some Beautiful New It's a lucky thing that God made so much fresh air;-- it does more for us than we ever Imagine. Pew things have such a destructive effect on most disease germs, after they leave the body, as a slow, steady draft of fresh air. For instance; the germs of con sumption .will be' killed by It in less hours. Considering than twenty-fou- r the number of' pe6p!eT moving about and spreading the 'germs of consump tion, It Is lucky for us all that the fresh air keeps so steadily and effec tlvely at work. Fresh air is also, by long odds, the most Important factor In the cure of consumption. The steady breathing of fresh air twenty four hours a day, regardless ot the weather, will do more to produce a cure than any other single thing. The constant supply of fresh air, purging the body ot impurtles, keeps the ma chlnery of the body literally in "good fighting trim," and, at the same time! slowly and surely kills the germs as cast off. KENTUCKY THINK OF IT Here's a liniment that is guaranteed to relieve nil uches, or you get buck yo ur money. MTCflT Mtt-.- I j ' Headache. Neuralgia, Sack-ach- e. Rhaumatism, Feet, Corrts Sore- - and other pains quickly yield to the soothing influence of this wonderful remedy. flsk for Your ouey 5ack Kentucky Tuberculosis Commission DIAGNOSIS! Ready to -- Wear Suits that are bound to please. If you suspect that you have consumption go at once to your physician to be diagnosed. Don't delay! Every day lost decreases the chance of cure. And go to the best physician. Even, the best physicians can not immedi ately distinguish tuberculosis In it; first stages from other troubles. Ex pect your physician to take a sample ot your spit, which can be examined free of charge In the laboratory ot the State Board of Health. If germs ol tuberculosis are found, that is abso lute proof that the disease la present even though you can see no outwarc1 signs of Its Inroads. It they are nol found, you may nevertheless have tu bercutosls; .In the early stages of tb( disease more often than not the germi will not be found In the sputum.. Ex pect your physician also to make r careful physical examination ot thi trunk 'of your body from the waist lint to the neek. It will take him a ful half hour to do It thoroughly and, 1 he requests It, the patient must b stripped to the waist line, OVER se YEARS' EXPERIENCE HSHSHSHBr if it failn to relieve any ache in nny iart of your' body in lif men minutes time. 50c at druggists, or by mall, postpaid. av w Bourbon Remedy KY. Co., .. SrtW'"a llEiJrh. nncwnai wn v lrflrlUUU.lACICACrie LliXINUTON, imW.S4BASiAtTC.a 4V KaM CTtan IS IMOe LACHt.MEAP' 4M Our line of w n r 1 ,1' II V Lawns, Percales, and other 'MMEMXEEMMXm You Need a Tonic There are times in every woman's life when she needs, a tonic to help her over the hard places. When that time comes to you, you know what tonic4 to takeCardui, the woman s tonic. Cardui ts posed of purely vegetable ingredients, which act , gently, yet surely, on the weakened womanly organs,' and helps build them back to strength and health. It lias benefited thousands and thousands of weak, ailing women in its past half century of wonderful success, and It will do the same for you. You can't make a mistake in taking Dress Goods should be seen to be appreciated. Come in and let us fit you up ready for the summer weather with' goods that are both Stylish and cool. t I We have our usual large certainly please you. full store and can corV y j SHIMFESSEL'S. CARDUI The Woman's Tonic Miss Amelia Wilson, R. F. D. No. 4, Alma, Ark., says: "I think Cardui is the greatest medicine pn earth, for women. Before I began to take Cardui,. 1 was so weak and nervous, and had such awful dizzy spells and a poor appetite. Now I feel as well and as strong as I ever did, and ca,n eat most anything." uegin laKing uiraui today, sola by all dealers. FLOUR LOWE & the Best Brands. $3 per cwt. 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