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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): November 13, 1913 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1913 cla1913111301_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 13, 1913 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1913 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 0 .1 THE CLAY iCITY TIMES. 81.00 a Year In Advasc;. - We are here , to help Clay Citf . Coaotry and Oorselves. .1. B- - Burgher, 1'nbiUher. . . VOL. XVIII. i' pLAY CITY., (Jreat Destruction by Storms. Scores of persons lost their lives and millions of dollars dam ago was done to property on Luke n and Lake Michigan, fcrie by the storm that for three days swept over the lakes. Sev. eral ships were w.reckpd and one freighter was overturned in. the middle of Lake Huron. Olevc land, O., which was cut off from the outside world by a twenty four inch snowfall which made traffic through the streets impos Lake-Huro- K,,, THURSDAY, ii i.i . Uevelopirtjand Monopolizing:. Developing the mountains and monopolizing the valuable tim ber and coal lands in this section, are identical and tho smile thing Take McRoberts and Jenkins, the new coal cities for an exam pie. We are ..reliably' iijformed that not a foot of land is owned by individuals, nor can they acquire it at any price. Such developing is a shame and disgrace to a commonwealth, and is far worse than remaining in the con dition of the aces past. If the people all alike cannot participate and benefit by the develop inent of anv country, it would be better to let development alone,. yet the Poorest Comrty by rfatC Powell countv evidently if not , the poorest county in the orate. The Government yearly crop report as to yield shows the aver age yield for Kentucky to be 20 bushels of corn per acre. The average yield for thiB county, we are sure, will easily double ibis. It doesn't speak welj for the other counties of the 8f ate to see the yield so low. If you want to grow corn, better stay in YjweU rai t, wet or dry season." w Not wfiere-fte'SlwayB sibje, opened up communication and reported the city in dire need and in danger of shortage of food, 1 Quality vs. Quantity. The Legislature will be asked to. lengthen the school term to seven months. It occurs to us that the better thing to dp is to improve on what schools and the ri months of terms we, already haye. Our schools. by actual corn-pason are not as gopd as they yea!rs ago, At were ,'twenty-fiV- e least this is true in this, county,' .. i ... - Alt J i I, AUUJl'JUU UU lll0 ' UDIOYC II, fiCI a cbmmon school graduate of twenty-fiv- e years ago and put him against one of last year and see which is the most proficient, and thorough in what he has gone over. JBhimfessel rhas Ms store .filled froni one end to. tile otbisr? and Itaefe the L. . ti. 1 home. while htsnVing. Mr. Harlow Norton and Luther License' may be obtained from Stephens were in Winchester Mon 6lerk)'$ County day on legal business. Novem-1l, Lawful til Noto Jarifiary l pheasants, Rev. Sherman Bobbins was at vember In" toJtfnnarvl: doves. Pine Grove,in .Clark County over August 1 to Fabrurary 1'; wood- - bunday in a, meeting. chuckv June 90 to February 1 ; Hattie Hardwick returned from wild goose' or wild duck, August a two week's visit to her sister, 15 to April l;.rbbit8, November Mrs. J. O. Crawford, at Jackson. 15 to feeptemb 10; black and Prof, and Mrs Hanley were in fox squirrels, Jfbe 15 to SeptemLexington this week wher Mrs. ber 115 and ftoyjmber 15 to Hanley was having dentistry work Jf i. dope. Unlawful iuy, sell or offer for sale at a,fty. time, any qnail, Rjev. Geo. Holder" resigned his pheasant or wili turkey. work heie at Stanton last Sunday Unlawful to receive or trans- night to take effect at his next port aiiy wildjnrkey, quail or preaching appointment. klllrr-Qiiai5 Feb-ruar- y i farmer ThcHe Law. and. knows Kentucky'need as few men know it, No person smtll hunt without Mrs. Mory Atkinson visited the license' provided, however, own For the benefit of those 'h' o wern ers of land, theirchild if resident. home folks at Filson list week. not at 'the Christian. Endeavor last Sunday night, we wdud.liketogiT4o tenants or theif children if resi- Mr. in Mt. .t .. over J.. wieir own lanuj SterlingA..iT...Setwart was.business our talk the again about the influ- o uenis may iiudkou .l Monday on legal ence of home. The home ought-tor leasehold arand immediately be the 'pleasantest pWe for otfr Tom' Boone and family have adjoining then. boys and girls.. It tough t1 to be eo gone to Winchester to make their pleasant ,thst the boys wilLnpt Hunters jp'tist carry their want . , se NOVEMBER )3. J9I3. ' 'LlL1. STANTON NEWS. ' " NO. M . " .' native pheasant, unless lawfully The Lndies' Aid will serve lunch killed and ihHhe possession of at the old Court House on Saturthe hunter. day at fnun o'clock, aud also next Unlawful te. 'buy game from week during Circuit Court. any State, sale of which is pro . Saw After iHieu iu overflowing wnu, ucw Eve vthing for every goods. customer. He invites you in his advertisement this week to inspect his stock before making your fall purchases. Mr; Bhim-fesshas been in business iu Olay City for almost thirty .veurs without' intermission and therefore kuowB the needs of his customers, and he is supplying el ThfeAUi ft.!8n.aj',h9a88edai r his Ipw, who have been living in the traps upon Unlawful the Jands.. on- - Another without west for the past two years, have moved back to Morris Creek ieir perrniNien: L Uabbita maylb'e bought, 'sold. or The writer attended the MinisV rl a I frf 1 n terial Association at Lexington son-in- Brt Willoughby.and ieet 1 t,o go down town anfi, loaf nroun the store, and the girls will enjoy the atmosphere of the home life. Parents are apt to fix'vp any oltt room for the boys to sleep in Jum sq they have ap)ace to. sleep. Their rcom ought tobe aspjeasant aany other place of the house, 'and mora so. It ought to be real cosy and fii-e- d up pretty. Pictures 'should be bunt around the room, a carpet oi the floor and a little furniture rp that things can be storied out of sight. Parents ought to see thai there are good books that boys anil girls like to read, and magazines of interest. There. pius,t be some frames provided so that the long winter venings can be, spent as a pleasant time around the fireside. Fathefc and mothers must help the yourifc people to have a good time, and tD ask in some of the neighboring boys and girls for, a social evening. Makje the home a social center and so attractive that the boys will net catb to go down' to the store and loaf. TbW reason so many of the young people-leavhome bo early, or to. spend-their evenings with the crowd , is because home is not what It ohould b A little money invested in makintr. hqme attractive, in buyingBomegood books and subscribing for good magazines, and on a few other necexM-tiewill be money will brinlr e " s, them. Ualnlnz around is Estill. The Democrat? of Estill county elected three of the 'ounty ticket and tied iu the Sheriff's .race. The successful candidates j are, Alexander, County Olerjcj; Richardson, Supt. off, Schools Horn for,Jailor. Broa.ddus tied wjth Powell for Sheriff. The Demo.-xiratelect three Magistrates and the Republicans three, mukiug a tie in the Fiscal court with a Republican Judge to untie. jj!1 R resolution calling for an investi gation of the affairs of thfe L. & N. railroad, armed with the Act of the Sherman Anti-TruGovernment. The relation of the L. & N. with its allied lines has the Federal Government's suspicions. That there are good grounds for the procedure is evidently true, aud it is the wish of the burdened shipping public that must contend witli the L. & N., thut the Government will succeed in making the old octopus be good aud fair, but if it does, it will have fought a hard fight. st their bcweeofrparhr thereofMut be clearly marked, giving con tents of package and namo and address of shipper. Uu'lawful to kill rabbit's with a gun from ber 15 to November 15, but may be killed or captured in any other way. i Sep-ter- n The Times to Enlarge. Tobacco Market to Open. Former Clay City Teacher Died. Prof. D. A. Thomson, aged CO vears, died at- the home of J. B. A person who doesn't learn Eubank in Clark county very something every day is gradually suddenly Saturday morning. He becoming a buck number. fell dead without, a moment's warning white engaged in con. For Sale. vereation. tie is survived by a Cow, 8 years old with young wife, son and daughter. A. J Curtis, calf. Prof. Thomson was principal Spout Speing, Ky. of tho city schools here for a puml-eof years, and later taught - The tobacco market will opje,n at the Ml. Sterling warehouse November 21st. Mt. Sterling is the medium through which the greater part of Powell county tobacco is sold. Several fine crops have been raised in the county this year, part of which is ready to go on the'market. If all plans now mapped out carry, the Times win shortly en large its size 25, aud its quality double, if possible. To do this it will requfre some money. We hope our delinquent subscribers will here take a hint if it is convenient to them, otherwise wait until it suits them, but we need the use of the money, either way it goes. Until we enlarge the paper we will accept subscriptions ut 50 cents per year. After that date the price will be one dollar and the paper will be then well worth the money. Virginia. Kdling near Union Hall. As we go to press news has just reached here saying that a double killing had occurred on the mountain near Union Hall. The participants were Puckett aud McKinney, the given names of whom we failed to leajn. The trouble arose over a contention for a. small white oak tree which would make but two ties. Puck ett was killed dead on the spot. While McKinney was living lata yesterday, it is said he caunot r at Stanton. will NOTICE. Dr, C. li. Dickson, of Ashland, T have visited each Magisterial he ut. the ited River Hotel District in the County according to Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursall day of ue.it week for the practice law and after having done this, haye not paid their taxes are who of dentistry. live. W. F. Clark, un old citizen of Hardwiok's Creek, who moved to Missouri many years ago, but for come to my office and the past several mouths has been required to Jiidgo Maiiu 'will (ill ti is a settle on or before tho first day of residing at Quenemo, Kas., has ut the Methodist December. After that date a pen moved back to Kansas City, Mo., church Sunday and Sunday night. alty of Q and Q Interest will be his address being 721 East 48th added, and we will at once proceed Bt. Cow timothy clover, oats arid to collect these taxes as the) Jaw directs by levylngj garnisheeing and IJed polled heifer, cow two years ppavines, by or the bale, the ton or T. C. Hall, Sheriff. old now fresh. Apply at this office. Apply at this oilico. etc. car load. ' J Baled? Hay for Sale. fei-'Sal- The thermometer registered fifteen above zero Tuesday morning. Aborton has Mr. John, Vm. moved bis' family frqru the Dr. Lemming property ;at the edge of town to the house opposite Center's store,, Robert Baker, will, mqyehis family into the house vacated by Mr. Morton and will soon return to his worn in Perry County. Mr. John Burgher has resigned his po sition as section foreman and moved his family ti Mr. Atkinson's bouse near tue uourt House, tie nus gone to work on the railroad from Winchester to Irvine. Senator H. M. Froraan, Presi dent of the United Amencnn Insurance Company. mmhor of the State Board of Agriculture and member of committee of three to represent Kentucky's agricultural interests in the meeting of the representatives of different states to soon take place, and also several other . rorainent positions, wbb k visitor to the home of Fred Black burn, who is also a member of tlit Mr. State Board of Agriculture. Froman is slated for the next Secre tary of Agriculture of Kentucky without opposition, and is a fine b acktmn v5 'ln?-,r- T girls, been. writer, ha5 $T in bun- the first of the week. Thft'fire, there areas i pomes wnere mere is noip certainly did terrible damage to book of any kind, no magazine for theyoungpeople.nnd the boy chuckproperty in the town. ed off in a side room to get him out A little girl arrived at the home of the way. There are no pa men, and of Mr and Mrs. Wm. Garrett lust no social life is provided for them Saturday night. Though the night It is no wonder that the voting man was stormy yet the little visitor seeks out other young men for It game of cards, or to throw dice or brought a world of warmth and do some other things harmful. Gooil comfort to the home and was glad book 8 will create a love for higher ly welcomed. and loftier thinking. Tliev will be a tremendous inspiration to Mr. Carl Graber. who formerly mind, and spur himlived in the Crawford property on u more uneful life Good muga-zlne- s near the depot with his parents, will keep him in touch with brought his young bridt to our the pulsating life arnun'l him, and town 'l'ue8day to visit at the home create an appetite for siill better of Henry Morris. His sister, who things. In too many home) the only is now Sirs. Boone Banks, accom- paper taken is the little cheap silly panied them. love Btorv or detective story paper. By the Wny that was a blizzard The boys are hungry for anything that struck us Sunday. Seldom that deals with excitement or thrilhave e experienced such a storm ling hair raising stuieB They get even i 1 winter time at its worst. these in the dime novel that are o The Btorm did much damage in trashy and soon they are devouring other states. Fifteen inches of every story they can get along ihofft snow fell in some parts of West lines. Had their parents commenced 'Monday"1 thx-boy- 's g tut in time to give them something worth while at that age, and to have made home the best spot on earth, they wonld have made splendid men and women. So fathers und mothers, make home the place your children would rather be than any where else, and instill Into thrir minds the splendid things that are being written for their especial ben efit. A little money invested on tb children and in the home will savt thousands of our boys and girls from out of our lives and into evil ways; It will be the est investment that can oe made by any father or moth-er. You men that drink, take that hardearned money and put into thi; home and make !t attractive, stock it up with some books, and have a few live magazines coming in every month. Dothiafor the sake of your boys and jirls, and see what inter est it will bring you in your old ago in having splendid sons and daughters to be proud of. You men that are investing your money into land and cattle, invest some in your chil dren and the borne, and you will rejoice in after years. Home to mo the best place I want my children to love, and be contended with, und to enjoy wbile they are getting ready to fight their own battles in lite. : i,- - THE TIMES. rUBLISUKP BVKRY TUUKSDAT. Subscription rates $1 a year or three years in advance $2. J. E. Burgher, t'nblisker. Wntered as second-clas- s mall matter. Thursday, - November 13, 1913. ' CLUB RATES. For the convenience of our we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices holow mentioned : Tho Times and sub-aoribe- Courier-Journ- al 1.1Q Cincinnati Enquirer 90 Louisville Herald 75 Home and Farm .75 Irland Farmer 90 American Farmer Southern Agriculturist 75 tl.00 TheConetitutionalaraondments evidently havo both passed. Farmers most everywhere were gulled, into voting for the tax but they certainly will be sick of their votes, is our prediction As we said boforo the election, tho tax laws were all right, tho trouble was in tho assessments. The' corporations want a. classification so, theycan be pqtjiatoi a. class that will not only escape,, as, th.ey do now, a justassessment but they wilVes-capan. equal taxation with, the farmers,, and then the .farmers' tax will go soaring. Mark qur prediction and remember "we told you so." The Times was one of the very few papers that was against the amendment, and possibly was the only one that flatly refused to use the boiler plate sent out by corporations to influence voters to vote against their own o cents per dozen for. Fifty ceuts. we have seen in this county tho per dozen, or OOJo of tho retail best men on tho track defeated price is too much profit for the by sojne of tho worst men in tho middle raau. ..The high coat of county. You cortainly cannot living can bo explained away always tell. from the farmer's door every Tho average value of a youiiR time if you will give him a clrauco man ia stated to bo $15,000. to show you. There are a whole bunch who arc Whiskey was used too freely doiuglittletokeopMieaverageup.' in the recent election. We have heard of old and infirm men being There is more Catarrh In this induced to drink on election day section of the country than all othfor the sole purpose of getting er disease put together, and until them so drunk they could not get the last few vears was supposed to to the polls and vato. Wo hope be incurable. For a great many to see the grand jury get after years doctors pronounced it a local the boys good and strong, next disease and prescribed local reme week. It is time a stop was, put dies, and by constantly failing to to such shameful practices, and cure with local treatment, pro now is the best time to begin. - nounced it incurable. Science hs catarrh to be a constitutional disease ynd therefore require Hall's constitutional ' treatment. Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F, J. Cheney,$ Co.,, Toledo, Ohio, U the only cnimtitutlonal cure on th market. It is taken "Internally ift proven doses from 10 drtfps7 to' teaspoon- -' ful. It nets directly on the blood. Hiid mllctfUs ftfirfucrs of the system. They offer une hundred dollars for any cne. it falls to cure. Send f.or circular and testimonials. F. J. Cheney & Co Toledo, (V Sold by DrtiggistH, 75c Take Mall's Family Pills for Atfy--. Old newspapers for 'rale olliee-- . n. .... i1 at thin' I ..Pans is in the clutches of a wfulless light corporation as fob laws: Fiv.e years ago before aatural gas was thought possible Cor that city, a franchise was (granted the Paris Gas & Electric Company to operate an artificial as plant or furnish natural gas l a rate of from $1.10 to $1.05 thousand cubic, feet. Tho city if short time a so sold another fkunchise to the Central Kentucky Natural Gas Company in pr plaining how. it ull happened, frequently mentions that so and so dinn't vqte as he said he would. But why did they expect it? Any candidate could be it only those 'telling him The middle man is all right in they were going to vote against some instances and particularly him did so. Where the surprise is this true with the produce man. comes iu defeat is iu the voters But right now, and too often al- breakiug their promises. ways, he takes the lion's share. Consumers in New York are pay-inGetting defeated for office does 75 cents per dozen for eirgs not always indicate that the one that the producers get only 25 deftatud is a bad man, because g Ihe defeated candidate in ex- , "mi Prepare for the Cold Weather By coming to SHIMFESSEL'S and buying what comfortable 'clothing you need. Everything to keep you warm, and not drain your pocketbook .either. the maximum charges were 40 cents per thousand cubic fiet. The Central Kentucky Company disposed of its franchise tjj the Paris Gas.dr Eleotric Company, and the latter company turning two frachises, sought to Ejirnish uatural gas aud charge tAe high artificial rate of from 11.10 to $1.05. The citizens and cjtty officials justly declare the (roceedings' an outrage and a avindlp. Thccity is positive in tying the company must furnish tjbe natural gas at tlulow rate or sjve up both franchises. s' This is another instance in which it is convincing' that cities Jbould own their own light plants as well as telephone exchanges, ice plants, etc. tthich jr Did it Ever Occur to You s V Suits for Men and' Boys, CLOAKS and SUITS for That an account- with - a Clean, Strong Progressive' Bank world?' gave you a considerable preslige in the business Accounts of, all sizes welcomed Women and GjrlsfV They are made to fit andu tp Our full fit - ,b.e, Stylish too.' by the : Sock a suHjedt to your, impedioa and' we know we can you 'out in what you need, or we wouldn't invite you to come Clay City 1 National ; Bank, l and trade where you have been buying goods serviceable for at twenty-fiv- e prices . , V; the paft years. GliAY CITY; KENTUCKY. The railroads of the country h 49em to be causing more turmoil ! &an most anything else, and x . 6xt comes the telephone, the nave our Fall and Winter Goods in fllreet cars, electric lights and &her public utilities. The conand it, will nav vnn t.n noma in and lnnlr pos-ations would exist with-thsystem were it not owned by our line over before buying elsewhere. We the government. Then what has prevented a corner and abuse of are here to sell you goods at a very low mar- tfce postal system, can relieve fiber abuses of public utilities.' :: gin. We pay the best prices for country pro-;- : We will have more trouble with Jfaese concerns from time to time duce, eggs, and butter. We bought yourj; fcitil the government, state, cities produce last summer, us have it this win fiud counties take over all public 4tjlitie8.' "It must be done, e rn o n I WO TTTill lia&D IUI UUU ttt f Will folrr of you next'summer. ud'corporatipn will deal as Burly with the .people as the Upverninent. , The corporations J Stay with those who s tay with you. Butter, life in the business for profit while 1 25c per lb., eggs 22c per dbz., Salvet in size &e Government, States and etc, would be iu the business to from 75c to $2,25. Sold on a written guar- and se'rVe"the people. t , I TT7E 4 Walk In-- - 1 t iT I Gentlemen and Ladies. Our Fall and Winter Stock for sale. I a on the shelves, ready We guarantee to We are ready' and save you money on your f f let Fall and Winter purchases. Come in, let us show you be-ua- our line. willing at any time. Let us sell you your Chriftmas flour. most any grade. We handle al- Also Perfection, the belt that's made at our Per-feclio- n, put up the Winchester Roller Milb. is for sale place at any time. i We cordially ask you to buy Fishers fo,r sitc.kefrequently Wild out some (f the rawest bait n ever. Une very uncomely reached' tliia'bfQce lately, wanting to teach ua a busiuess Hint would yiejd us $800. per rjionth profit by fishing suckers,, m he was doing, though he did-nuse these words. He ouly asked $3 for the job. Wo couldn't help wonder at first why he didn't do the job himself and get the $800 per month. Then we prop-oaitioU or money refunded. Galvet 25c per 1 bottle. For sore galls, finest thing out. Wine of Cardui, 6 bottles for $5.00. Velvo in 5Qc size, best thing out for children. I antee far the best, and the .cheapest for the price it sc f is :? Ti Perfection Flour, per bbL in wood, $6.75 White Pearl." Magnole 1 1 coUon, 6.40 6.00 - I Big deal on, now come on with your, orders. i Save your money ' by trading here, f gj WM. j ADAMS Xena, Ky. & f . SON, hJICKtT oi riii'in all. . . the point, the sucker that to get others to bite Jdtes At his bait is by far .the biggest qaw Lowe & Cro.we, Merchants, sXmitirK Rosslyn . . TO ..XI THE A HOME-MADE TIMES. PAPER. 1H, THURSDAY,. November 1913. LOCAL BREVITIES. the tie num. was in the city R. M. M(;l'herpon, of Winchester, Saturdny. R Tho General Association of tptiats is in session at Lexington this week. Kentucky boy smoking a ciM. R. Lovell, with the Ken. garette set lire to a barn, and e tucky Pipe Line Company, of (even (ine horses were burned to Louisville, was here Saturday death. Of course that boy had and closed a deal with certain to smoke to ever be a man, and Clark county land owners for the the dealer had to sell the deadly right to putw over their land. things to hold his trade, and the The company is laving a line public encourages the smoking from tho West Virginia fluids to habit because boys must smoke Louisville to 6uuply that city to develop their nerves and with .natural gas. brains. A We have had mime ideal winter weather this week. It turned up Sunday and whs that day and night, a very rough and blizzardy time, and since that tinio we have had rt'iil winter wither. The .Church of Disciples will spend $18,000 for missions in Kentucky this year, the mission board nf thechurch so decided at Lexington Monday. HOPE & MILLS AN UNEXPECTEPGUEST will enjoy the delightful trial of r bread that is much; from the Pearl Hour. The loaves made from this high grade flour are line, light, whit und of tempting flavor and a satisfying lucheon can be made on the excellent bread (with Hweet butter) that is made from the Pearl flour. home-mad- for luncheon or dinner eowniaMT-APKC- Railroad Commissioner .H. G. Garrett, was here Friday, look in p: after tho business of Brndhead-(jlarreCo., of which he is president. Tho turkey crop is abundant Ihie year, and the pr.ee is good, starting off at 15 cents per pound. The dry weather has been to this sure and rapid growth. The salo of the Crabtree and Rose farms reported in our last issues has fallen through on account of 6tme persons failing to make certain obligations with the purchaser. tt con-ilnci- and Effective Laxative. A mild, gentle and effective laxa-tivis what people demand when suffering from constipation. Bwear by Dr. King's New Lite Pills. Hugh Tallman, of San Antonio, Tex., writes: "They are, beyond question, the best pills tuy wife and I have ever taken." They never cau-- e pain. Price 25c. at druggists, or by mail II. E. Buck-le& Co. Philadelphia or St. Lou in. Adv. A Oentle Thou-sands The Family Cough Medicine. n Saturday is the day for the hunts men to begin their caniionadim: of the fields. The birds were never so abundant, neither were the The license law has rabbits. done the work. It has put a stop A State engineer is in the to the professional hunter for county surveying the new roid profit. The law is just as it between this city and Stanton. should be, and we hope to never We need a better grade badly see it repealed. and it is hoped he will find the Womta Who get Dlzxv. new road acceptable to every Every woman who is troubled In every home there should be a bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery, ready for immediate use when any member of the family contracts a cold or a cough.' Prompt use wi'l stop the spread of sickness. S. A. St'd, of Mison, Mich., writes: "My whole family depends upon Dr. King's New Discovery as the Lbest cough and cold medisine in the world. Two bottles cured rr.e of pneumonia." Thousands of other families have beeu equally benefitted and depend entirely upon Dr. King's New Discovery to cure their coughs." colds, throat and lung trouble. Every Hose helps Price, 50c. und $1.00 All druggists. II. E. Bucklen & Co. Philadelphia or St. Louis. Adv. Made by J, ANDREW CAIN, Versailles, Ky. When in Need of Builder's Hardware, Cabinet Mantles, Grates, Tiles, Cooking or Heating Go to or Write Stoves, If tie Cattkx EJge. ler hundred pounds, COc for 25 lb. sacks, granulated sugar, 20 lbs. for $1, r $4.75 per hundred "pounds, rrmsted coffee lCc per pound. Hardwick & Company, , ?, Stanton. H. Courtney, Cashier of the Whitesluirg National .Bank, and a former resident of this city, will shortly be married to a Hiss Uppington, of Lexington. Mr. Courtney had the misfortune a few days ago1 to be hit in the mouth by, a baseball, rendering him almost speechless. 1 body. El Jean flour $2,40, r Will with fainting and dizzy npells, backache, headache, weakness, le bility, constipation or kidney troubles should use Electric Bitter. They give relief when nothing else will, improve the health, adding strength and vigor from the first BLUE GRASS SCYTHES are a perfect product of the dose. Mrs. Laura Gaines, of Avo-ca- , scythe maker's skill. Perfect from point to heel from cutLa., says : "Four tjoctors had ting edge to back. The steel given me up and my children and used is of an extra special high grade. Blade is oiiunish with all my friends were looking for me polished edge and baok. to die, when my son insisted that I Sharpened ready for use. I did so, and We have every confuse Electric) Bitters. idence in the quality of they have done me a world of Blue Grass 8oythes. good." Just try them. 50c. and That's why we canaflord to guarantee them. $1.00 t all druguists or by mail. H. E. Bucklen & Co., Philadelphia or St. Louis Adv. WM. ADAMS & SON, - XENA, KY. Your scythe may have the proper "set", may "ring" true, have back of ample strength and still be wanting in the cutting edge. Often, scythes that are perfect otherwise, have one or more soft spots along the edge are not uniformly tempered have ahiddenflaw. But the one defect means the difference between a good and a poor soythe. Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, Winchester, - Ky. HARDWIGK and COMPANY. TREES! Come to Our Store Fruit and Shade, And 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 can save 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 to every line we carry, but want all to know that we handle "Queen Quality" shoes for women, "Walk.Over" shoes for men, 'Buster Brown" school shoes, Hart, Schaffner fc Marx and "The it System" clothing for men, "Aster" brand hats for men, "Arrow" brand men's shirts and collars, "Duck Brand" rain coats, for all, "Ball Band" rubber footwear. And if in need of any of the following it will pay you to call. Dry goods, notions, women's, misses' hate, neckwear, un and children's c6ats, derwear, umbrellas, hand bags, lace curtains, trunks, suit cases, rugs, and etc., and etc. In fact see us for anything you need. We handle The Bain wagons and get them by tho car load, and will give ypu the beneiit of the differ, fiice In price. If in need of one, ask, some one about them who knows them and get our prices and we will surely make the sule. ready-to-wear Shrubs, drape let us show you what a nice line of goods Our stock of Dry Goods, Notion1-- , Vlaes, Peonies, Phlox, Rhubarb, Roses, etc., etc. Everything for we carry. ORCHARD, NO AQENTS LAWN and GARDEN. Groceries, Hardware, Clothing, Shoes and etc. is replete with FREE CATAI.OOS GROWERS OF WHAT WE SELL. 1841 1913 Variety, Style and Quality. THIS COMBINED WITH OUIt H. F. HiIIenmeyer& Sons, Lexlngtoa, Ky. MM M M M M M MMWMMMK K , Low Prices l Make CAPITAL STOCK. IS 100,000 8 UHPLU8 AN D UN- - ;4 it to your interest to give us a good share of Wu trive to please our customers be cauxe we know satisfied customers are our best acsetH. g ft i , Winchester Bank, urj WiNoubTum, Ky. W'lTIIBIlBlMJON, Tim 'A your trade. N.UoUr l'HKH. -- 3 1 G W. K, BlUAl(, OAHU1HH. . Yours to please, B YOUB ACCOUNTS BOHOITKD 3 WALDRON & JOHNSON, BOOKKEEPING Waltersville, Ky. TCrerornNGaaa TELEGRAPHY SMITH MKMESS CM1EIE hraUUliiiiiwr(1iiiUl tli Wtj.Briwna? it rrMmai km jtutft mmmm u ukuuh Hardwick & Co., Stanton. fi,wfr.iaaift,,t.i.fcV,,:'ri f 'Vikifiinitt w: JkM cu fc 4a Thanksgiving Proclamation. Gov. McOreary issued his an nual Thanksgiving Saturday,, calling on the people of the state to observe Thursday, November 27, as a "duy of thanksgiving and prayer: to cease their accustomed occupations on that day and give thuuks audpraise to God for the blessings He has conferred upon us." The proclamation follow : 'We should offer praies and thanksgiving to God for His manifest blessings, and unite, in earnest supplication for their continuance: "The year now drawing to" a close marked by manifestations of His kind and providence, and we should reaffirm our allegience to righteousness, justice, freedom, educahas-beebene-flcient Winchester. George Danaway haB moved to the place he bought some time a- go on Little Oreok. Mr. and Mrs. Shelt McKinney visited relatives in Olurk county several days last week. Yea, Turn Backward Backward, turn backward, oh, time, in your flight, and give us a girl with skirts not bu tight ; give us a girl wjioeo charms, many or few, are not exposed by -- Hay Baler for Sate. STANTON NEWS. Continued from Flrat Pzt. tion and progress. "Our'llepublic lias had peace "with the whole world and demonstrated its eapacity and readiness to meet, and deal properly with great and important questions. "Our State has had prosperity good harvest, productive indus tries, happy and contented peo ple. Law and order have been preserved. The glorious heritage haB been up of held and strengthened, and the year has brought us better ap preciation of our duty and high er desire of good achievements and where ever we may look or whatever we may think, we have abundant cause for praise and gratitude to God. "Wherefore, I, James B. Governor of the Common wealth of Kentucky, designate, Thursday, the 27th, day of No vember as a day of .thanksgiving' and prayer, and call upon all the people of Kentucky to cease their'accustome'd' occupations on that day and give thanks and .praise to God for the blessings He has conferred upon us, and to humbly beseech a continuance .jf His great mercies. "In testimony whereof, I have caused these letters to be made patent, and the seal of the to.be hereunto affixed. Done at Frankfort, 1st day :of November in the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred 'And thirteen, and in one hundred year of the .and twenty-seconnt v, . penetrates every tiny pure of the skin, clears it of all impurities Dr.. siopo itching instantly. Eczema Ointment is guaranteed to npeedily heal eczema, rash-etringworm, (tetter and other unThere are too many men who sightly eruption Eczema Ointexpect, an editor u slave in de- ment is a dcctorV prescription, not fense of their notions and hob- uti experiment. All druggists orhy bies, advocate their views mail, 50c. Pfeiffer Ghemical'Co.., the strongest opposition, Philadelphia and St.. Louis. t Adv. and then coolly withhold the business support by which aloue a Did Tea Ever Dertte Eatire Day small newspaper can live. Digjag Pott Holes ? Hob-foii'p The election is past and we can now settle down to hard work. We trust that our new officers will make us efficient servants, that thev will recognize neither friend nor foe, but that all alike will receive the treatment thev deserve. The Courthouse has received the stigma of a "near to" saloon and we trust that in the future that it mav indeed be a temple of justice and clean from top to bottom of the smell of whis-keand theeide rooms a receiving place for emptv whiskey bottles. One certain man of color along with others have been notorious for their bringing whiskey into our town goand to the Courthouse. ing to keep our eve on them and persecute them if thev do not stop it. And it liaa been a shame the wav some of our officers have kept tanked up on whiskey. Thev ought to be the soberest men of the but it seems as if Powell county were continually guiltv of putting in men who are addicted heavilv to the use of whixkev. v, give us u too much girl, no matter what age, who won't use the streets for a vaudeville stage; give us a girl not too sharply in view, and dress her in skirts that the sun can't see through. And give us the dances of days gone by, with plenty of clothes and steps not bo high; put turkey trot capers and peek-a-boo; Full steel chamber and plunger. Nonebetter. Virtually a brad new machine, having been lined hut ten days. Will sell for the astonishing low price of $100, or will trade suine to livestock or crowing sorn. J. E. Banner Very Serious It ta a very serious matter to, ask for one medicine and nave the wrong one riven yea. For thla reason we urje you in buying to be careful to cet the genuine Farm Drain Tile Make Your Wet Land Productive. By the use of drain tile you ear. turn that low, wet, useless, swampy field into the most productive spot' on your .farm. Good tile, properly placed, not only carried off surplus water, it admits air to the noil and makes it easv to work. It improves any soil. The fncreace in the value of the land is many tunes the cost f th tile Tne first year's crop from tiled liind pays for it. Any body can do the work successfully. Write for particulars ir ci'II at oui plant. Black-draug- ht Liver Medicine . The reputation of this old, rella- - K ble medicine, for constipation, In-digestion and liver troubla, is firm- - . ly established. It docs not .imitate . M niiiM m :nfRU buttermilk slides hurdy-gurdtwists and wiggletail glides, and such other bunny hugs, all on the inlevel, as the product, of h I, and let. us spired by feast our optics once more on the pure, simple women of the days d Yes, tune turn of yore. and grant our request, for God's richest blessings, but not undressed. Ex. 1 others, or it would not be the favorite liver powder, with a larger wde than all others combined. ' SOLD IN TOWN F2 t. 1.-- 1. t -- buck-war- tied River Brick & Tile School for Teachers Lire InWriMdikltftnid Vullt la .11 MOntra. ilohool. of KenAokr. J, v A RICHMOND. KY. Training Crr tuul'n'.l jlptvl A We-ar- Company, A man often gets provoked at his wife for telling things about STANTOM ' his business that he himself has 2 told a number of times. Eczema and Itching Cured. . UMrM and CoufM. TiillWn kitici Fr. la p fKKNlUt KY EXPERIENCE' MvMj.ia...!. n.waitBuftltrAlatnK bvlMI'i prattiMwaoal, Tr(ml.aitllnrfc a wdlnalm. DWnl. Krf. .''J;. T,'Viii " tra.aailui n. KalruiTmrnAprlU, Samawr Sdl .pia. J.c" r- rC.uu.n. a CBABBB, Pit leo . t J The soothing, healing medication Eczt-un- in Dr. Ilolipon's i ointment TRAOC MARKS ' " CopvnioHTs Anyoos tending a nVflch and deurtntlon mar qnlclrlr as certain our oiHnlon free whether an probably patentable. Com mo n I m. Intention rrrTf nrainNii 4c. v awiaill. tlonietrtetlreoiiBdentlai. HANDBOOK on Patent sent free. Oldest agency for eeourtnjr patenta. ' fatente token through Jluun A Co. recelrc without charge. In tha , loe exeloalrrlr. I: I.rrst S3 aTerm, ranri iourmoniiut9i pom njaii nivKtauri, !n 361Brdy. If OUT Ynrif nun TVc. Oi T BU Weihtoston. liC. A fatndAomtlr tllnirtrat WMklf. of swif olciillUo journal. Scientific American, w I n patent law and oit, , j,- PATENT BventhSt.,. eo.I BonDjCj . VERS, u L. 0. Lyle, of Mt. Sterling, In looking baok over our day's work was shaking hands with old we like to feel that we have accomplished something, be it the digging of post holes friends in the city. or the useful exertion of our energy in some other direction. flour $2.40 per hundred Your day's " showEldeau pounds, 60c for 25 lb. sacks, ing" lies not in the granulated sugar, 20 lbs. for $1, amount of work, or $4.75 per hundred pounds, but in the amount of holes roasted coffee 3,0c per pound. Hardwick & Company, PR0BABLT YOU HAVE AND MORE THAN THAT. THINK OF IT Here's a Unl;nppt that isuarnYitpt'fi to relieve all aches, or jou et buck, your money a J -- watcm rr iriia SHIPPS i 5 Stanton. x" I 'Headache. lleuralfiia. 5ack-acKRhjumatifcmSore ' Feet. Coris c. - Eg and other pains quickly yield to the soothing influence of this wonderful remedy.. flsk for Your florvey e Sack BLUE GRASS In nnj if it fails to relieve any part ofyourJjudy in fifteen minutes time. , d .POST LOOKING BACK 50c at druggists, or by mall, postpaid. II lHFtlMATIM,j! III ell Commonwealth. "JAMES B. McOREARY, "By the Governor, "C. F. OREOELIDS, Secretary of State." TUB SVLH WORK i HOLE DIGGER Bourbon Remedy KY. Co., i WiWaj ETea m tlaaM I LUXINUTON, tU eM luM fajaaU SPOUT SPRING. . r Mr. and Mrs. Morlin Curtis, of Winchester, are visiting relatives 'hero. Nothing is more important In the home thn clear, steady light. Injure uu uj kuiuub me on mat Durns clear and clean without a flicker down to the last drop. Pennsylvania crude oil refined to perfection. Coats no more than the Inferior tankwagon oils tares MONEY saves WORK-sa- ves eyes. . Your dealer has SOLITE OIL In barrel direct from our works. Alfred Grow has moved from Sams to the J. T. Wright place uear here. Asa Todd is visiting his mother, Mrs. Nannie McKinney, near UllOd. Ull OU. Lexington, Ky. Vj. OIUH I Beflnary at Warren, Pa, We sell the celebrated "No Carh" Auto Oil. With the Blue Grass you can with the same amount of labor accomplish far greater results dig more holes because it has the stillest blade and cuts the deepest hole with the least expan slon of handles and least exertion. The handles arc hickory, the frame malleable iron, the blades OCTAGON shaped FORGED steel rrM i til..- - r j any other Post Holo Digger, points over that we'd really want you to try it There's always a little plot of ground around our premises available for the purpose. WM. ADAMS & SON, - XENA, KY. l e 1 V v X- aaM.ar.aaVaam You Need a Tonic When that time comes to you, you know what tonic to take Cardui, the woman's tonic. Cardui is composed of purely vegetable ingredients, which act gently, yet surely, on the weakened womanly organs, and helps build them back to strength and health. It has benefjted 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 There are limes in every woman's life when she needs a tonic to help her over the hard places. Are You a Woman? FLOUR the Best Brands. $3 per cwt. All E?slyn CARDUI The Woman's Tonic Miss Amelia Wilson, R. F. D. No. 4, Alma, Ark., says: "1 think Cardui is the greatest medicine on earth, for women. Before I began to take Cardui, I 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 can eat most anything." Begin taking Cardui today. Sold by all dealers. i? Cardui LOWE Tl)8 Woman's Tonic FN SALE AT ALL NUMtSTS & CROWE, Mil ret F4 nine IfataBK MJVWtW 'JOHN WHITE V OO.m i AND HIDES IMHEST 1UCI KAIBT WoolCommlasWu Write far Inn hig this aJ MKL Uf lW Has Helped Thousands. ibtislumb war Mwyiua. Kr.