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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): November 6, 1913 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1913 cla1913110601_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.): November 6, 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. if . DC THE (LA V fclTY TIMES ,TiT. , , si.oo a Year In Advan. - Wi are here to help Clay City.jHSorronnJing r VOL. XVII I. THE ELECTION. , ,1 Coontry and Oarselves. t'fL KV,,-IUESDA- .I.E. Burgiicr, Publisher. li CLAY CITY. NOVEMBER 0. J9IH. STANTON NEWS. Monday was County Court day but it was too near election to do much business. Mrs. Bryant and ehildred, of Lou don, Ky., have been visiting at Mrs. JJoll JJIunt's tins week. They to1 l, NO. Jo -- TJiecledti'on passed off very uietly. The Democrats carried this county, with but one exeep tiou, that of the Judgeship, winch goe's to A. T. Knox by a Der-ickso- n majority.of 81 votes. H. T. is elected Sheriff by 24 votes, A. H. Norton, County At torney ,by 1 vote; 1. S. Boone, Onupty Clerk by 00 votes; W. G. Frazier, Assessor bv 93; J. F. tie aarried the county for Re pre 'sensitive by 40 votes, till'iiy 140 votes, giving his oppo nent a majority of 00 votes. G. 8, Spurlock, Republican, is elect jtd. Magistrate from the 4th dis trictj and G.B. Caudill is elected Magistrate froth the Stanton dis trict. The Democrats won cry other district as follows: J. A.Sewell, Clay City ; Chas. Welch Har'dwick's Creek; Charley Means, 5th district. .Judge Hugh Riddell is elected Circuit Judge over J. P. Adams by386. but-lostE- J4r.tin Jailor by 41 votes. s Tut- - Big Fire at Jackson. Fire broke out, in .Inckson Fri day night and bunted twenty-liv- e business houses near the center South Strong, of the town. Democratic nominee for Count v Attorney, was perhaps fatally injured by falling timbers when houses were dynamited "to cheek the spread of the Humes. The loss is estimated to'reach $200,- 000.00.- Jackson, like Clay City, has no fire system to light lire?, and therefore paid heavily for the lack of such a system. - n OfeyjMts hact. Hallowe'en. in-e- Quite a Job. Hallowe'en passed oil" in its us ual abrupt manner. We like n see mirth emitting from the mind of the young, but .they shonld do nothing to hinder the public's feelings. When it comes to put ting obstructions on the streets and on' the highways, it. is going too far- Such actions might cause so mo serious mishap by traveTors.in the dark running'in- to, 'Bqi'h 'obstructions' unawares It is allright for the boys to have-'Be- f qn, hut ihey should be a Jtttie ,Bwe';ciet. Wo have had more complaints from subscribers about not re ceiving their papers for the past month than ever before. There is no excuse 'for ihejr not being delivered'as they are mailed out. Etltol-yhoeeajgdt It has been said that the Times has undertaken quite a job in attempting, to annul the sale of lue L. & E.,to the L. & N. rail road. It seems to the public that1 for an insignificant, little lioun-taipaper to go up agamBt.such iriunt cornoration as, thej..& n pendent. The, fees jii the case are just the same. We prefef uiuking th&jpght alone, then no one can complain to ub of the costof the suit, nor, of the result, should it nojrba satisfactory in he end. This is not the first, time we have individually shouldered the responsibility and cost of guarding the public .interest, against the" ravages of " monopolistic corporatioas. A newspaper should always' act as-- sentinel for public interest. Jt is therefore the intention of the Times to perforin such duties and to light too, when necessary as in, tins case. 1 and 8etf;"r It cosVb no maYe'to'Ia'W tootfase'iNud.. If the complaints a'bjg corporation than an inde- continue to come in we are going report to "Uncle to the matter Sa.m" and sef jf.he can't straight en thingsoua little. Reported. SmiH T c on Traia. Arbor Day.. Today is Arbor bay,aB;; desig-nateby Governor McCreary. A special from Whitesburg says: Much excitement among the passengers on the southbound Lexirtgton & Eastern train was caused Monday morning owing to what- wnsj,t bought to have been a genuine1' case of smallpox on. the train. Many people were ex posed. Telegrams wore sont a heed of the train to Hazard for physicians. to meet the train and have an.examination made. - d It in needed, no doubt, to be ob- served in every district of the State, but not so badly in Powell comity, unless it would be to plant a fruit tree, and on some farms, wethitik, it would be better to take c.i re of what has already been planted. .H T. Potts was called to the bedside of his brother-in-laTurner, Smith, at Dayton; Ohio, who was fatally hurt by. a ttack of lumber facing, tm him and breaking his )ef( leg, mid 4 ribs on one side and Cim the other. He was in a liospititl where lie had the best of care and was-restin- at Irvine broken out in J. Stephens at the Irvine. Mr. Sreuhens is'Circhif Court Clerk of EatilL county and The disease is is very popular. in a mild form, and it is thought the disease can be kept within the confines of this one home. Smajl-pp- Small Pox ban family of F. x Elde'an.ilnur $2.40 per hundred pounds, 00c for 25 lb. Backs, granulnted sugar, 20 lbs. for $1, or $4.70 per nunareu pounds, roasted coffee 10c per pound. Hardwick & Company, Stanton. easy, when C. last, heard NOTICE. from. T have vislled.ijucli Magisterial Martin and Mrs. Emerson Coulee visited relatives District in the Couuty according to in Mon gomery county the lust law and after having done thin, all who have hot paid their taxes ure of tee week. Ms. Win.' Edgar Curry, of Lexiimton, is settle on or, before the firsttday of visiting his parents, Mr. and December. After that date a pen Mrs. J. J. Curry. and 0'o interest will be alty of Hay for Sale. addedi and we will at once proceed Baled ti mot Ijy.' cloverj oats and' to collect these taxes as thelawdl. required,to come to iny ofiice.aad 0. peavines, by carload: orthe lisle, the ton or re tsljyA levy I age. garnUh! tg and, T, O.tiallj ShwiiT otlice. etc.' Apply ut-th- ls , are alters. Misres Broad. McDili and Kabele Floyd Clay was in Jackson over attended a Hallowe'en sociul at Nai- da last Friday night. They report a Sunday. While there he witnessed the awful fire that destroyed $200,-00- 0 pleasant time worth of property. There were, Win. Hardwick is in Jackson vis about 38 buildings destroyed, most iting his daughter and incidentally of them being busineos houses. Tim to help his win his race two hue churches of the Baptist for County Judge. and the Presbyterians were turned. Mr. and Airs. Edward Welch The section that burned hud been a gave a Hallowe'en party to the dangerous place for a fire for maclass room which Prof. Welch ny years and it was almost impossiteaches in A marry time was had ble to get any insurance on it. by all present. fire proof buildings checked tho Dr. Johnson was suddenly called fire from doing far more destruc to Bosslyn Saturday to attend Win. tinn than it did. Jackson has no Martin, son of Alvin Martin, who waterworks and therefore the neo-has appendicitis. He is some better ple were helpless in checking the fire though heroic work was done at this writing. Mr. Frank Atchinson, conductor in saving many buildings that oth on the L. & E.. and his wife spent erwise would have burned. The Mondiy in our town and visited at town has let the contract for a wa Mrs. Effie Smith's, who is related terworks and soon thy wPl be able ve better protection to buildinsg. to Mrs. Atobinscn. The house of Wm. Byrns where i Robert Baker returned home Sunday from Leteher and Perry coun- Charley Rice was living took fire atl ties where he has been working for three o'clock Monday moraine and' several weeks. He will return as burned to the ground. Mr. Rice! had built a fire in the kitchen stove! soon as he gets his corn gathered. and then gone to the barn. When Mr. George Conlee, who has been in the St. Joseph Hospital at Lex- - ho returned he went to the- - living j room and was sitting there wheni ,'ngton foi the past three weeks suf Ta fering with kidney trouble, return the smoke began coming into the! Good Roa Faaure. ed home Tuesday much improved. room. By that time the fire wa beyond control and he had all he. The 4,Good SiDavs" from Mr. who has what we.. caB'; tmta fiwere pretty out in Virlen Snowden Februarybeen could do tr get his children out in, re Arkansas since and ken'raHV.a.'fi II tL-- 1L Hkthe.. mouu- - turned home last week and says that time has to save Ardema Holtnen t. who been dangerously side for, 3ft'. .. ' -' ia?stiibHheri9'iiifplace-- ke old Kcirtudkyl" seVeraPweeks. ..But few thingp.wnyyr it waarvgryiapapyrtBoe time to, I be drouth was more severe where saved from the burning building, when Irelp arrived. By hard workj work dirt' roads, as all authorities he was thun it waa here.Mr. Ben Throckmorton, and wife on the part of the men the bam: on road8. teU us tnat any. workv was are house waV other than to open drains,, are- - a and visitinc the latter's parents. Mr. also saved but the smokewas mado'i burned, A purse Mrs. M A. Phillips. They lost tro the roads, as stir- every detriment thing they had pxoept what up for the family and the writer ln ring up the dirt this late only they had on in the fire at Jackson sure that additional help will bo, tends to make more' mud when it Thev were both awavat the time gladly received as Mr. Rice is noti able to work and all the winter, gets wet. i It is all right to itn of the lire Mack McCormick is rejoicing o chothing of the children was Inst. prove macadanYroaB, but it will There was $C00 insuranc0 on the; not do totput much work on dirt ver the arrival of a nine pound inrl building. Mr Byrns arrived tit to his wife. This is the first girl roads, 'unless (he; road is'lieavily born into the family, the other four tow'ri from Ashland the same day. ! brushed underneath or rocked. being boys. Also to Joe Uolman It was a regrettable fact and wife last Friday was born a ten theie was Bonis drunkenness that' in! pou id girl. Congratulationx to the An ultimatum from the State ourtounon election day. There' Department at Washington was new arrivals in our midst was plentv of evidence that some S. H Hardwick, of Stanton, and the candidates used whiskey to (1m- -: delivered to President Huerta of Mexico telling him he must re Miss Julia U Headley.of Clark tirade and influence voters. The! county, weie married October 28th writer was down to the Court sign ine presiuency ot Mexico at Winchester. They are here this H use on Mondav and it was a self without loss of time, and that he week visiting kin folks and receiv evident fact that three of the canmust not leave as his successor ing congratulations from a ho.-.-t of didates, if not fovr, were using Gen. Blanquet or auy other mem friends lhey will prolmbly locate whiskev freelv. As the writer stood in (Jlark countv where Mr. Hard in the hall wav everv once and a- Iter of his oflicial family. wick has a position. while a candidate would take a man M. A. Phillips and family have ntf into a side room for a few mo- Ono SPOUT SPRING. moved into the Brownlow Ihoiup ments and then come out. son house and Mr. James Patrick man was taken in a side room threo Berry Barnett is down with und family have moved into house times and the last time became nut malarial fever and. pleurisy. vacated by Mr. Phillips. Mr. Dan he was so drunk that he could hardly walk. Pinallv the writer low Milton. ha moved into the house Geo. W. Pasley. is very recently vacated bv Walter Burris invtetigated these side rooms and with pneumonia aud malarial Ed Dunn, who bought the Dr. Lera the smell of whiskev was so strong, fever.' that it was sickening. There were ming property has moved into it. whiskev Joe McKinney will convert his Ned Glover was perhaps the from six to a dozen emptv and thev bottles in each side room farm iuto a goat ranch, and has oldebt voter in the county on elec were freshly emptied. He found bought already seven fine sped tion nay. tie is llM years oi age one bottle hidden that was about :( and says that he has seldom missed quarter full and he turned the con-- , mens of the "butters". voting in all these years Nine he tents out on the floor Acandikate' Following iB tho vote of Forks begas to vote. His steps were had just come out of that room with preoinct : Oircuit.Judge,.Riddoll quito feeble, his eve sight dim two men. On election dav when tho. said he was sure that this men were voting the writer saw twu 100, Ada Ins 140; Representative, aud he would be the last time he would candidates take some men in a side Tuttle 170, Gum. 180; County ever cast his vote and was only Judge, Elliot 102, Newton 144; waiting for the ferryman to row room and give them a drink from a , bottle, lie was standing on the out County Attorney, Smith 102, him over the river to his better side of the Court House looking in Carpenter 140; Clerk, Alexander home than his earthly one. lie the window. He was going to vote spent for two of these four men but when 108, West 184; Sheriff, Broaddus was an old slave and has many years with Billy Bowen but he saw the evidence of whiskev be 104, Powell 141 J Assessor, Rogers snow with bts.children on Black ing used he changed his mind. Wo 150, Crouch 157; Supt. of Schools, VJ I can. hope that when the Grand Jurv Richardson 102, Laud 187; Jail The boys w.re out Hallowe'en meets that it will investigate thin or, Uorn juu, roweii wu; Magis and played a number of pranks on matter and sift to the bottom as to trate, McKinney 100, Wood 184; the people ot Stanton. Boys will bu what extent whiskev und monev Clem 154, King 14b noys and they enjoy their fun nnd was used aud bv whom. Judg From the above.it win be seen we like to see them have- - it bo they Benton has done such a splendid do no damage. The writer vividly work in other places. where he holdx that Sliplt'McKinney has been looted Justica of'tlia.l'euce from recalls many evenings he spent in court that we trust he will do the . this district.. his youthful days prowling around same here and feel that he will do so. son-in-la- w n - the Courier-Journadated 'Winchester, Ky., Oct. 27, states thaf-JjE-. Burgher, editor nnd publisher of the Clay City Times, is preparing to institute suit at, .Friii k fort to have the sale of tlte Lexingtou & Eastern ruilroadj to the Louisville & NashviilQ rajlroad annulled. Mr. Burgher in Frankfort last week iii;cotrferenoe with At torney uenerajuarnett in regard to the. suiand is confident that he can.sel'forth facts in the petition which ,y ill result-ithe sale being set ainle. The constitution expressly forbids' the purefaf 86; or consolidation of one railroad by another where the lines are parallel or competitive, it; ib ap obvious faouthat the L. &; E. road is parallel' with andja competitor of the L. & N. brM)'e running from Frankfort to ,9fattyville June tion. But withlall the law and facts on his eidfjof the question, Mr. Burgher is 'Sghting the most nowerful and' tMscruoulous cor poratiou in tho.'iplteand the citizens affectedby this illegal transaction sliWU; with him in thelites he propos es to take. EsMil Tribune. A dispatch tho neighborhood. While most of the pranks were, of the harmlefs kind yet there were some thing done that he wisher now that h4 lud not done. He did not realize then what serious inconvenience they caused and thus it is with young people today. The boys of Stanton did splendidly and there was hardly any complaint made. To toi t t ,t-.- H - of Citable, r c . . this salo as the Oommouwealth could not bo convinced at that timo that it was its duty to do so. They said wo see clearly that the salo is illegal and should PUBLIS1IEP BVERV TUUUSDAT. be annulled, but wo cannot run the risk of having our business Subscription rates $1 a year or three ruined by jumping on the L. & years, in advance $2. N. So wo are having to fight the road alone, from a financial J C. Burgher, l'ubllskcr.. standpoint, but we intend to see mail matter. that, tho L. & N. comply with Entered as second-clas- s the law in this particular. We Thursday, - - November G, 1913. have the. promise of liberal aid from the Attorney General's THE TIMES. CLUB RATES. office. For tho convenience of our subscribers, we have arranged club rates As far as we know, no man with the following papers at prices who supported Gov. Wilson in below mentioned : the contest for the nomination The Times and for president has beeu appointed Courier-Journ$1.00 " Cincinnati Enquirer 1.10 to office in Kentucky, nor has 90 any man been appointed CollectLouisville Herald ' Home and Farm 75 or of Internal Revenue who was " Inland Farmer .75 not indorsed by the liquor inter" American Farmer 90 ests'. Lexington Herald. Southern Agriculturist 75 This is the way the Times sees it, but President Wilson is not Educational interests are too is ingreat a hindrance to the moral responsible for it direct. He whiskeydirectly, however, for when development of the young too -loving Ollie James was made often! It probably is not the case his referee in this State he did iu all schools, and we are sure it the work. James was thought lVnot now as bad in Clay Oity as to be a temperit former years, but one thing is ance advocate ou the account of certain, particular with boys, his haviue at oue time introducdose connections with each other, ed a bill in Congress, when he and continued associations have a was a member of that body, to jgroat tendejicy to corrupt the good prohibit interstate shipments of moral habits instilled iutd them al "' Tho place to take d true man's measure is not in tho market place or in the amen corner, nor in tho forum or the field, but by his own fireside. Tliero he lays aside his mask and you may learn whether he is imp. or angel, king or r.nr. hero or Immbiii!. Wo care The happiest man iu the world kot w,mt ,he world 8aVB to him is the poor fellow who earns just whether thoy crown him or enough money to pay his debts. pelt him with bad eggs; we care Such a man is possessed of the not a copper what his reputation happiness which causes .him to or religiou may be; if his bubies whistle and sing as he goes about dread his home comiug; if his his work, and when he meets better half swullows her heart you on tho street, a pleasaut every time she asks him for a live speaking louder than dollar bill, he's a fraud of the smile, words, couvincos you of his sin- first water, even though he prays cerity. 'The rich man, with a night and morn till he is black mortgago on every other house in the face and howls hallelujah in town and with a bank account, until he shahes.the eternal hills. may be happy, but his happiness But it his 'children rush to the is not of the heart ; neither does front gate to greet hi in, and it manifest itself as does tho true love's sunshine illumines the face happiness that radiates from the of his wife when she hears his countenance of an honest work footstep, you can take it for ing man. gruuted that he is true gold, for his home is a heaven und the The Republican press is eny deavoring to make the coun-tr- humbug never gets that near the great white throne of God, believe that Europe is ir- relief and that Is municipal ownership of all public utilities. Corporations want it all, and all they aro going to havo if they aro not put out of business. with them. Tho sooner the , better. y New York would keep more in the background. . i Things do seem different when Colonel Roosevelt is gone. There is more. Catarrh in this section of the country thun all other diseafei" put together, and until the lat few vears was mppooed to be incurable. For a greal 'roVtny years doctor pronounced it a local dispaxe and prescribed local reme dies, and by constantly failing to' cure wiih local treatment, it incurable. Science hti proven catarrh to be a ponstitution- al disease and therefore require Hall's constitutional treatment. Catanh Cure, manufactured by Fv A Co., Toledo, Ohio-- , i the only constitutional cure market. It is taken fnternally in , ' j j on-th- e I ritated at President Wilson's dyed-in-the-wo- ol Mexican policy. England, France and Germany however, have just said: "Woody,, old boy, we will back you up in your policy down -- ful. It acts, directly on tho blood uid mucous surfaces of the system. They offer oe hundred dollars for any case it fails to cure. Send for circulars and testimonials. F. J. Cheney & Co , Toledo, Sold by Druggists, 75c. Take Hall's Family Pils for .constipation. 'Adv. , We should feel a great deal surer of our high 'moral standards Old newspapers for rale at thisin tliis quarrel with Mexico' if olliee. ' there." 'Tis hard to purify a corrupt thing, or 'tis hard to purify corrupt men is evidenced by the in every county of the State Tuesday. And Poweil is not altogether an exception. Shall the people of Kentucky rule or be rulecby the'railroads. The railroads', ' hf their precautious parents. You often hear the remark by otd men that boys of twelve now tcuow mnreimmorals than' they these Tfeey will also concede that nftme boys know more iu ate to know at twice that age. studies also. The whole tie case is we give our much "rope", in and ftthool. They cannot be - liquor into prohibition States. It seems that this was a blind as he has since lined himself up with the liquor gang, and last year in every instance, voted at their behest. Tele-phon- Did it Ever Occur to You , That an account with a Clean, Strong Progressive Bank gave you 'a considerable preilige in the business world? their truth of boys too out of watched tjoo closely.Too much restraint Caunot be placed upon them. They must be deprived of the privileges we are so anxious to see thtm enjoy, and the privileges, our friends often tejl Us they should be allowed to enjoy. Too much latitude even With' good lovs, sometimes makes the whole bunch a' despicable gathering of humanity. , It is just and right to look after the education of the young, but the parents are duty bouud fo develop in their children the tpod morals all citizens should (k8sess. The teacher in school can mly teach the different branches : ; of his school aud advise as to the 'right thing to do out of school. This they usually do, but when i; ot in school, is the time when (b begin. Boys, a few or a single . (k7i Btartins to school with bad habits, very often will contaminate the whole district, thus it iB itonerative tii.it the boy bo train- , ed right at home, that he will not infect the whole sohool or boys when admitted to associate with them. ' Very often' too often we have our, boys started right,-wgradually allow them to drift into :: society with other bovs that we know have had good home training, but a little too much rope, and the whole bunch falls togethcoin--fuuoity'e e In July 1899, the Fayette Company secured a franchise for an exchange in Lexington at rates not to exceed $30 per year for business houses aud- $15 'per year for residences, and was glad to get the franchise at these rates. After the Oompauy got a, hold, they from time to time, got these rates raised by the City Council aud Fiscal Court until they now have them up to $48 and $80.00. The Court of Appeals has held this actiou of the Council' as legal, consequently- the a) go. There is rates-arbut oue - it seems to us, Accounts of all sizes welcomed by the .. . have ruled long nough, give the people a chance. ' to take a chance on not speaking every time you tiling you1 stiouVcfHliari to say' somethingyou are not certain you should say. It is far better rt 'V : ' Clay City Nation Bank, for ''office just because they like to hear themselves talk. See what Sqlzer got by trying to combine Reform with Tam- It looks as if some, fellows run CLAY CITY, KENTUCKY. - e many. t. COflE TO OUR STORE i; er. We will close by admonish- ing parents to look after the girls too, though they seldom are us Vrone to evil as boys are. Tho evidence given against the Ui. & N. iu the Louisville Board qf Trade case only corroborates the statement made iu the Clay i I iaye our and Winter Goods in and it will pay you to come in and look our line over before buying elsewhere. We are here to sell you goods at a very low mar-:- : gin. We pay the best prices for country pro- I duce, eggs, and butter. We bought your i produce last summer, let us have it this win-- 1 ter and we will take of you next summer, I Stay with those who stay with you. Butter, 25c per lb., eggs 22c per doz., Sal vet in size from 75c to $2.25. Sold on a written guar- I antee or money refunded. Galvet 25c per I bottle. For sore galls, finest thing out. J Wine of Cardui, 6 bottles for $5.00, Velvo i in 50c size, best thing out for children. :: Big deal on, now come on with your orders. I TIT " Let us Sh6V You this is the Store for Price and Quality. We Carry a Full Line of Haines i ii Hen son Shoes' which covers the South like the morning dew. WE ALSO THEY FIT SO NEAT A ISP LOOK SO NICE f SELL THEM AT PRICES RIGHT. want to buy Merchandise, come to When you you our Store. more, If you come one time you'll come back will not admit of pricing our MerW are chandise, come let us price them to you. 8 ure ca i) interest you in prices itnu quality. As space We sell foxpash and Excha pgefcr auce only. Fro- - ,. 'it Save your money by trading;' here.:: City TMpjUt;,Sl!riS;. When L. & N, illegally bought out the L. & K., Hiu editor off this paper Bought the aid of the' big bhippers along tile line to aunuV- - the Loye ,&. Crfiwe, I wu urn. ' ADAMS Xeiia, Ky.l k SON, ;t '. the 'J-- Walking ought tube popular Notice. where there is such u delightful There is a real good opening at country with lino autumnal scen this ollicc for a sober and indusery to walk in as that around trious prititer, editor, or a young here. man with fair education who is HOME-MAA PAPER. The report, of Secretary J. L willing to work and learn tlie But very small capiDent shows the State Fair held business. TIIURSDAY, November , 1913. at Louisville in September to tal required. liave paid all expenses and yield n I I times. USE HOPE MILLS for luncheon or dinner n home-made DE ANUNEXPECTEDOUEST will enjoy the delightful trial of bread that is made from the Pearl Hour. The loaves made from thifc high grade flour are tine, light, white und of tempting flavor and a satisfying lucheon can be nude on the excellent bread (with sweet butter) that is made from the Pearl flour. local Brevities. Weil-Know- ed a prolit of U,210.81. Minister Dead. '.i.r '.'I!' A' 'Souire Win. Townseud who Tlie frost itt now on nil the served l'nweil county for a quar pntiipkiiiB that have not been ter of a century as Justice id' the fovnerted into pie. Peace at Bowen, but who a few Mr. and Jus. G. Easter, of Mr years ago moved to theBluegra68, ilobefts, are visiting relatives in has moved back to Bowen. and near Clay City. Eczema and Itching Cured. John Bowman, of Owsley county, is visiting his uncle, John of this city. n, Several flocks of wild geese have been recently heard moving southward to spend the winter. II. D. Ourry, of Moorefield, Nicholas county, came home to under the rooster. vote by X-in- g ' Mrs. Ben Potts is visiting her mai, 50c. Pfeifl'er Cbernieal Co , brothers, James M. Smethers Philadelphia and Sr. Louis. Adv. and Fred Smethers, near the Buys Land in Powell. city. Abram Evans, of Hazard, PerKoscoe Bowman is paying a s ry county, has bought the short visit to his parents, Mr. place of Horace Crabtree and Mrs. C. Bowman, two miles near this city for $2,500. Ho has south "of the city. also bought the Thomas place of Dr. B. R. Smith, of Oonners-ville- , R. P. Rose at a private figure, Ind., was in the city the but it is supposed to be in the first of the week shaking hands neighborhood of $4,000. with his many old friends. Women Who get Djzxv. Every woman who is iroubled J. 0. Townseud, of Clark county, was here Tuesday buying with fainting and dizzy npells, lumber to build a house on some backache, headauhe, weakness, deland hehas recently bought on bility, constipation or kidney troubme Ituckerville pike two miles les should lice Electric Bittern. They give relief when nothing else from; Winchester. ( Hos-kin- The soothing, healing medication in Dr. Hohspn's Eczema Ointment nenetrates every tiny p re of the skin, clears it of all impurities slops itching Instantly. Dr. Eczema Ointment is guaranteed to speedily heal eczema, rashother unes, ringworm, tetter-anEczema Ointsightly eruption". ment is a dretorV prescription, not an experiment. All druggists or by llob-son'- s d Dr. J. N. Prestridge, aged 00, editor of the Baptist World, of Louisville, died suddenly at his homo while reading a paper. The writer heard Dr. Prestridge yb pr,each a sermon on "Love" durCOPVRIOtlT. AM (CI ing the Association at Powell's Valley church iu September, Made by J. 1891, and it was one of the sweetest sermons we ever heard. The Family Cough Medicine. ir tmr in ANDREW CAIN, Versailles, Ky. In every home there should be a bottle of Dr. King's New Discov- iry, ready for immediate use when any member of the family contracts a cold or a cough. Prompt use wi'J stop the spread of sickness. S. A. Stid, of Mason, Mien., writes: My whole family When in Need of Builder's Hardware, Cabinet Mantles, Grates, Tiles, depends upon Dr. King's New Discovery as the best cough and cold medisine in the world. Two bottleB cured n e of pneumonia." Thousands of other families have been equally benefitted and depend entirely upon Dr. King's New Discovery to cure their coughs, colds, throat and lung troubles. Every r'ose helps. Price, II. 50c. und S1.00. All druggists. E. Bucklen & Co. Philadelphia or St. Louis. Adv. Cooking or Heating Go to or Write Stoves, Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main ,and Broadway, J. C. EVERMAN, UNDERTAKER, has. J. gentle and Effective Laxative, A mild, gentle and effective laxative is what people demand when suffering from constipation Thou; naniU Bwear by Dr. King's New Life Pills. Hugh Tallman. of San Antqn.io, Tex., writes : ,'They are, Vuyond question, the'kbest pills'.niy wife and I have ever taken. V Tlie never eau-- e pain. Price 25o. at druggists, or by mail. 11. E. Buck leu & Co Philadelphia orSt.'.Louif. Adv. A the health, adding strength and vigor from the first WesT: dose. Mrs. Laura Gaines, of Avoca, La., say 8: "Four doctors had Has a Complete Hue of Caskets civen me up and my children arid and Burial Goods.. all my friends were looking for me' to die, whep my son insisted that! use Electrio Bitters. I did so, and Work done in Powell and Sur they have done me a world of rounding Counties: ood." Just try them. 50c and $1.00 ft ell drugirists or by mail. Long Dlstarfce Telephone at Argyle, 11. E. Bucklen it Co., Philadelphia or St. Louis Adv. will, improve Bend Ky. Winchester, - Ky. - HABDWICK and COMPANY. Fall and Winter GOODS. Our Fall and Winter 3oods are now in. We want you to see them, and compare quality and prices to that of other dealers. It is to your interest to do this, for you should learn where you can get the most foi your money or produce, and where you can find the best selections of both the new and staple styles. We ask you who do not already know to give us a chance to prove that we carrsave you money. .To you who deal with us and know we want to say we feel that are in even better position to satisfy your wants and give you better values than ever before. We can not here call special attention 10 every line we carry, but want all to know that we handle ''Queen shoes for men, Quality" shoes for women, "Walk-Over- " "Buster Brown" school shoes, Hart, tsobaffner fc Marx and "The rt System" clothing for men, "Aster" brand hats for men, uArrow" brand men's shirts and collars, "Duck Brand" rain coats, for all, "Ball Brand" rubber footwear. And if in "need of any of the following it will pay you to call. Dry goods, notions, women's, misses' hats, neckwear, unand children's coats, umbrellas, hand bags, lace curtains, trunks, suit derwear, cases, rugs, and etc.. and etc. In fact sea us for anything you need. We handle The Bain wagons and get tbeio by the car load, and will give you the benefit of the difference in price. If in need of one, ask some one about them who knows them and get our prices and we will Burely make the eule. ready-to-wear TREES! Come to Our Store Fruit and Shade, 'And let us show you what a nice line of goods we carry , Shrubs, drape b, Vines, Peonies, Phlox, Rhu-birRoses, etc., etc. Everything lor ORCHARD, NO AQENTS Our 'stock of Dry Goods, Notionr, Clothing, Shoes and etc. id LAWN and OARDEN. a jU(jcer.ie8,"lIurdware, replete with FREE CATALOOS QROWERS OF WHAT WE SELL. 1841 - Variety, Style and Quality. TUIS-COM 113 H. F. Hil!enmeyer& Sons, Lexington, Ky. BINEU WITH OUR ,ow Prices kMnki CAPITAL. STOCK, 8100,000 R jj 8UKPLUS AND UN- G UIVIDlflO PROFITS. 200.000 jj ; TUBS it to your intmest to give us a good share of We trive to please our customers areourbt-stassets- . P be- - Winchester Bank. OVI WlNDIIHTKll. KY. Sj yuiir trade. cause WHkntvf.itisied customers K K N.IIOUT W. R. Si-ua- WlTlIBHHl'OON, PlIKH, OAHIUBK. JJ Yours to please, B YOUR ACCOUNTS SOUOITISD jjj g &4 pa. ffa, tea sea, tea tip tea tea fa tea sea llUaaa BLanna nan TYPEWRITING WALDRON & JOHNSON, ui BOOKKEEPING NtWESt 0M.IEIE Waltersville, ky. TELEGRAPHY IU rtwlOMl LU UtlU(HHHU B.rCSQUM Uaklif tn.lnM4. abo H run jif"--M.0W S Hardwick & Co., Stanton. 4 AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION. ry. to go hand in hand, and dirty Care of Farm flachlaery. farm machinery cannot be ox pected to give its full efficiency Tlio first step in the proper euro because dirt upon metal absorbs of farm machinery is to keep it in moisture which attacks the, metproper adjustment. Asa rulo now al and in time seriously injures machinery is in fair adjustment it. Also, dirt in the bearings unci needs little attention in this in small quantity, quickly derespect, but it is often sticky and stroys them by grinding and cutotherwise unsatisfactory in its ting, and in large quantities may action on account of the manner even choke the action of the in which it was painted at the moving parts. Again, Jirt does By .cleaning out the not add to the appearance of factory. oil holes and applying a few drops farm machinery in any way, and of kerosene, this difficulty may may at times even get into the usually be overcome. is wise eyes of the operator. Therefore to run new machinery "light"; the second step iu the care of that is, with its moving parts in farm machinery is to keep it as action but without a load of any clean as conditions will permit. sort, until it is well limheredup. An old broom will be found useThis will put the machine in ful in cleaning, ulso a handful of running order without undue waste or soft rags and a squirt strain and gives an opportunity oil can filled with kerosene. If for adjustment if it should be possible, the machine should be found necessary. thoroughly cleaned when the season's work is completed, and Machines which Have lieon in we soma time should be put in during the process carefully exprope, adjustment when they re amined for worn or broken parts, which should be marked in some rive their periodical conspicuous way and noted in a and should be given' careful attention in this respect during list of repairs which are to be ,tbe entire time they are in oper- purchased later for the farm It seeme hardly ation. Cleanliness is as importo say that the machines tant with farm machinery as should be stored when not in one, with any other class of. machine in a dry place, which means dry ev-e- n Dirt and "poor service seem underneath as woll as overhead connection with any problems in should be used, in farm equipment. Some .system J. A. Farra, storage so that those machine? which are frequently used can be Asst. I'rof. of Farm Mechanic, Collogo of Agriculture, .easily gotten At. All bright metLexington, Ky. al parts should be coated with Very Serious It is a very serious matter to ask tor one medicine and have the wrong; one given you. For thk reason we ergo you in buying to fee careful to get the genuine It over-haul-ifeg- s, nee-essa- ry Let Us Sfadw You i 4 Some of Our New GOODS. Some Beautiful New Ready-to-We- ar either hard oil, axle grease or compound' composed of equal parts of lard and white lead. That part of the farm equipment which is made wholly or partially of wood will require e special attention in the wuy of painting, since wood absorbs moisture readily and rots rapidfact ly. It is a country blacksmiths that those farmers who keep their wagons well painted have occa sion to have them repaired less frequently than. flme who neglect to give them tfajjjf attention. Especially is it desirable to give the wagon felloes, a thorough soaking in oil. Wheels so trea -ed are not apt to require the cus tomary cutting in 'dry seasons because there will berlittle expansion aud contraction of the wood with the varyinc muiBture conditions of different seasons. Sometimes considerable difficulty is experienced in securing the necessary repairs for farm machinery and valuable equipment is discarded because the owner is unable to locate the manufacturer of the particular Local dealers piece he needs. cin nearly always render great assistance at such times' of difficulty. If tliey are not able or willing to give7 'this assistance, then an appeal' should be made to the State Agricultural College, which is usually in n position to supply information in regard to such matters and ia always glad to give adviceaiir assistance in well-know- Farm Drain Tile BUckTraugHT Make Vour Wet Land Productive. By the uso of drain tile you chi. turn that low, wet, useless, swampy field into the most productive spot on your farm. ttpoo tile, properly placed, not only, carrie off Liver Medicine The reputation ok' this old, reliable medicine, for constipation, indigestion and liver trouble, Is firm-l- y established. It doca not Imitate ether medicines. It is better than others, or It would not be the liver powder, with a larger sale than all others combined. SOU) Df TOWN Fa n surplus water, it admits air to the noil und makes it easy to work. It improves any soil. Tho increace in the vulue of the land, is many timei the cost of th tile. The first year's crop from tiled land pays forlt. Any bod v can do the work successfully. Write for particulars or chII at our plant; illKaii an m J j Red River Brick & Ti!e Company, STANTON KENTUCKY OVER YEAM EXPERIENCE' mm mmm rraaariaav, IVwwU. CirM. to4laf U Klmaatar tawwcdlala and Llla Kltlp Ct- Hiwxua. Tain in til rMt r1 af Sca1Kmrcm Kntnekr. aa CwnH. Twlllaa FrM ta Aa alalaca. Tw0.BlMi!l4 4or aralala. anil ftarva.aav aartal aakoal. mm W A Training School for Teachers ' ROM0N0.KY. ritiii . .!." ,,;1lr',"l:' LC,U1,t"r" J. Q. CK4BBB. J IHMMnYtaaJIIMIIA DKaioaa CopvtwaHva Ac Tfwoc Marks Aham Mndtfis t ihMAh And 4Mtr1ntlon m jirleklr Mooruin oar opinion tnt wttMhor-oliiTentloa UrokMrMIUkM, Cmnaiiuim-tloi- x atrtetlr oonadntUl. HAMMMTonrmunta Aotonu. ait fro fjdmt a.MCT for uaiiwiaCo. rootlTt ratoata taken tbrou Maim A ttMUU imMm. wHhoot OMaaa. am fcka aalatton A Huojonialr S"SobtaS Yam-1aK- BS Scientific Illutratad VMttr. Tj&ntt S3 dr. JouraaJ. Tanaa, riioaraaoaBaa.fi. eoaaoyaui Hmtmn. at aar aolaaUSo aauneSaar.aaw rarlr Id. swb :. jPATBt'.T tateradr ttvntl rata aieaT on ; l azdaairalr. ui Samlt rtaU lit a HOW T OBf l Whlaa puna will p law and o v'a t. Ma U rcffta. fjto. for iiiiract- - lB M hook L WYCR8, ,i co. I ATtJTS.'BM naitner. lurwatloa. THINK OF IT Here's a Jinlniont that ia guaranteed . to relieve nil aches, or you get buck your money. PLACARDED! Suits Our line of r , 8 that are bound to please. 9 Lawns, Percales, and other 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. We have our usual large certainly please you. full store and can SHIMFESSELS. Hay Baler for Sato. ' Pull steel chamber and plunger. None better. Virtually a brad new aaschine, having been used but ten days. Will sell for the vton iihing low price of $100, or will trade same to live wtock or growing Jrf E. Burgher, corn. of the doctors. These germ disease are spread In ways ao Infinitely delicate that It ia hard for up o understand tfceaa. More often than not too llttleV rather than too much care' la exerciser. It the bowel dischargee of a tyahell. patient are not thoroughly disinfected by formalde hyde, quicklime, or .ather powerful chemicals before being thrown out, it la perfectly possible for the germs to be carried n water-unde- r ground, or br flies throueh the' air. far lone distance, to Infect other people .The germs of scarlet fever may live la the clothes of the victims and months later Infect the eeraon who chances to handle them. When the dootors' precautions Dotner you, remember mat the ignorance, carelessness qr obstinacy ofsome one' else Is responsible for the disease In your family, and with, your doctor) Kentucky Tuberculosis Commission. Over! J or "Diphtherial" and a eolor-e-d card li put pn yenir front doar, and. . ... jrou ore uoi uow9 10 go one, ana only the doctor can go back and forth, don't think that all. tab disturbance la useless, and intended slmplyto nil the When the physicians says "Scarlet mm' 111 'J v pocketboo&s Headache, rfeuralaia, Backache, Rheumatism, Sore Feet. Corns and other pains quickly yield to the soothing influence of this wonderful remedy. IUnimdtt flsk for Your (loney Back if it fails to relieve any a the in any part of your body in fifteen minutes jaaaaaaaaa time. 50c at druggists, or by mall, postpaid. w Bourbon Remedy KY. Co., LEXINGTON, STOMACH TROUBLE FOR FIVE FLOUR LOWE All the Best Brands. &?sly" bwt lubrication without cavbon YEARS I decided I Majerky FrW. WmM Thaught Mr, Die, LWt taking other medicines. to $3 per cwt. Hiffo take his advice, although any confidence ia it I did Hot have ht & CROWE, ITht Om Helpej Keceverjr. to have now been taking for three months, and it has cured me haven't had those awful sick headaches Black-Draug- An Yw i Wom? Pomeroyton, Ky. writes as follows : In interesting ad vices from this place, Mr. A. J. Hughes m Cardui The Woman's Tonic FM SALE AT AIL MUMISTS "I was down with attomach trouble for five (5) years, and F4 tfn.i.iwMdkm ' at tmm. lara ati. - ataat barral wtth ywt tttmumUnl MnauMot atoram. Me of oil lahL kw Itlk. .AparfMtoUforaMwaliaM sooIadkutomobUM. Had Irons Fans U Crude AMtthIa.MeAntett U roalr. FMKinlr fra from oarW. On unhaaa oooa bU.af Ho Cat Au4a Oil wM af to rim - W CHAS.CSTMlW.Ct. LEXINGTOW. KY. NT SMM. would have sick headache so bad, at ! would die. is composed of pure, vegetable herbs, I tried diiferent treatments, but they contains no dangerous ingredients, and did not seem to do me any good. . acts gently, yet surely. It can be freely I 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 times, that I thought surely since 1 began using it. I am so thankful for what Clack-Drauhas done for me." Thedford's has bee found a very valuable medicine for derangements of the stomach and liver, It Black-Draught ght ' die. Thcdford's would He Dlack-Drau-t- advised me to try it, and quit Oct a package today. Only a quarter. I