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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): December 4, 1913 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1913 cla1913120401_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.): December 4, 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. 6 THE CLAY ICITY TIMES 81.00 a Year in Advance. We 1 are here lo help Clay V CitjVlie Surrounding Country and Ourselves. J. E. Burgher, Publisher. VOL. XVIII. Complaints Against Passenger Rates. CLAY CITY. Kentucky Mining Figures. Kt., THURSDAY. DECEMBER 4, J9I3. NO. ID. -- Freight Rates. Two more complaints were 'The principal mineral product filed Tuesday before the State of Kentucky is coal, which in s Railroad Commission, asking value constitutes about of the State's total minthat the Louisville & Nashville railroad he required to reinstate eral output. In 1012 the total value of Kentucky's mineral prothe rate of $20 ior 1,000-milmileage books on the Lexingtou duction was $22,452,981, of which & Eastern and Louisvills & At- the coal output made up according to figures comlantic branches. Citizens of Jackson and Beattyville filed the piled by E. W. Parker, of the licomplaints, which are similar to nked Slates Geological Survey, those filed by wholesalers of in cooparation with the KenLexington and the Lexington tucky State Geological Survey. United Commercial The increase in the total mineral Council, Travelers. Thev allege that when production over 1011 is $13,150,-37the two roads were independent the price for 1,000 miles books The industry is was $20 and that the L. & N. has second in importance in the State, raised the price on these branch- with manufactured products in es since its acquisition of them 1012 valued at $2,443,740, against to $25. The princi-pa- l $2,868,004 in 1911. clay products are lire brick They might also ask that the merger be dissolved, for it will and other forms of refractory be just so from the beginning to material made from lire clay and the end. Competition is the common brick. life of trade. The framers of our The quarrying indnstry is third Constitution had this in mind in importance and its principal when they wrote Section 201 of product is limestone, most of of our Constitution which says which is chushed for road makno road can buy a parallel or ing, railroad ballast, and conthree-fourthe $10,-854,20- 7, 0. clay-worki- Referring to&ur article which appeared in lfut week Times in which we carf attention to the high freight raes that must exist at Irvine, the Tribune of that H. city says: "We are not familiar with the rates on eitherjroad, but wo paid at the rate of M.SOper cwt. on a shipment of paper from Cincinnati a few daysjago, which is a pretty fair rate? all things con- sidered. Themmes is wasting its pity, however, if it is bestowing it on the merchant; Jones is the man thatays the freight, and will contin.De to do so, whether reasonable' extortionate, AMERICAN RED CROSS S3tM as em 1913 A MERRY CHRISTMAS Buy Ked Cross Christmas Seals! One cent each! Not good for postage ! Use only on back of mail matter! Issued annually by the American Red Cro Society, and sold by the millions nil over tlio United States to help finance th notwithstanding the fact that campaign against Consumption. The proceeds of the sale in Kentucky will b Jones, by whicif we mean the ul- used in Kentucky, and, as far as practicable, in the locality from which the timate consumer, has it in his money fn derived. Supporting visiting nurses, sending prophylactic supplies, power to regulate matters if he and directions for home care, to consumptives, and establishing open air schools, arc some of the ways in which the Kentucky fund will be spent will only pull limself together Buy seals of the local agent, if there is one in your town. If there is no and quit electing sap headed felagent, ask to be appionted local agent, or supply your own needs by a mail orlows to important offices like der. Address the Red Cross Christmas Soul Capaign, Capitol Building, Frankthat of Representative and Rail- fort, Kentucky. road Commissioner. competing line. To Reduce Cost of Livins. According to J. W. Newman, Kentucky's Commissioner of Agriculture, the high cost of living in Louisville and surrounding country will be given a knockout' blow-by- . plan h e has in mind. projectrjisjtoibnngVth pro ducer ana consumer rogetner through means of the parcel post and cutting out the middleman, and, what is more to the point, ' the middleman's profits that now are borne by the consumer. Commissioner New man will put the plan in effect January 1, when a bureau will be established at Louisville. The person in charge of the bureau will advertise for consumers and producers. The housewife who wants to buy eggs, butter, vegetables in short any couutry produce, may have, on application, a list of producers who are willing to sell. Names of prospective purchasers, also, will be available to the farmer and truck gardener who have produce for disposal. Fri-da- y C. Fletcherugpff on a business trip. 'j8&' The .value of the natural gas Sunday Schopljj'is progressing produced in Kentucky in 1912 nicely. jjjijjSjt was $497,909, against $507,089 in Born to Mfn'd. Mrs. Robert 1911, and that of petroleum $424,-84McNabb, Novjhfta 14 lb. girl. against $328,614 in 1911. Miss Mila KifaSrnade a flying Kentucky is second among the after-Mis- s States in the production of flour- - trip to crete. 2, 'asphalt, cement, iron ore, lead, Inez Ejjge'.is spending a lime, mineral paints, mineral few days with friends in Lexwaters, oilstones, sand and grav- ington. el, sand-limbrick, zinc, and Prof, and Mrs. Hanley, of lithographic stone. Stanton, spent Thanksgiving e sjjaandlso StamVdiiy Court Decides Against L. & N. with Mr. and ed In denying the Louisville & Nashville Railroad Company an iujunction against the powers of the Kentucky State Railroad Commission, the Supreme Court Tuesday literally threw the railroad's case out of court. Seidom has the tribunal been more vigorous. Justice Hughes read the opinion, in which the entire court concurred, virtue of which intrastate rates made by the Kentucky State Commission may be upset by Simpson Corey and his sister, railroads only when they are proved to be confiscatory. Mrs.. J. W. Williams, left for Sardis, Miss. The high court decided every point made by the Louisville & Don't forget the Special Sale now going on at Mrs Williams's. Nashville against that company. rate-mak-in- Mrs. R. Andrei Rearik. Harter returnhome last week after spendMrs'. W. O. g ing six weeks with her parents in West Virginia. W. O. Rearick returned Wednesday from his former home in Pennsylvania, where he spent three weeks vacation. Hope to soon have Engine No. the road again. The mill is being stocked with the one train since the wreck of two weeks ago. 2 on Mr. and Mrs. (Dr.) M. L. Knox and Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Harter enjoyed a bountiful supper and a pleasant evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Eckerson's Sunday. SPOUT SPRING. and family was made hap, y on the morning of November the 25th by the arrival of a fine little girl. Dr. Miss Patsy Abner was a visitor Lemming looked after the safe arat Clay City this week. rival and reports that mother and Grant Baker, of Hardwick's daughter are doing well. Creek was in town last week on Mr. James Patrick has moved business back to the farm this week. Mrs. Mrs. Tipton and Mina visited her Patrick says that there is no place sister who is visiting at Nada. like the farm for raising chickens, I'hey had not met for a ionj time. feeding calves & id having a care Malnir. Blackburn. hflarmDroYedUreeJifoLMrs.his place by putting in a new lawn her son, Ronald, will stay and keep; fence and it adds greatly to the house looks of the borne. During the cold spell of two or Miss Callie Campbell, of Quick- three weekp ago several killed their sand Creek, in Breathitt county hogs and now they are having a Much of it in behas school here. We are time to save it glad to see her back with us again. ing ruined by the warm weather. The papers over the state sav that Mr. Lee Jackson, of Louisville, farmers all over are losing their is enjoying his stay here by huntmeat. ing. He nays there are plenty of Miss Mamie Williams, of near rabbits but that quail are very Mt. Sterling was visiting at the scarce. home of Dr. Mansfield last week. Ben Throckmorton is at Blue Mrs Mansfield gave her a party on From Ridge, Virginia this week Saturday evening and a number of there he will go to Chicago and the young people of the town were then to Louisville to take in a meet- present and a very enjoyable time ing of Trainmen was had. Mr. A. O. Lemming and wife, of Mrs. Annie Todd, of Louisville, Grant county, have been visiting is visiting at the old home for a Dr. Lemming this week. This is few days. Lucile Todd will return the first time the brothers have had home with her mother for the a vieit foi a long time. Christmas holiday. Mrs. Mary Miss Mary Vance, of Lexington, Throckmorton is also at home and haa been visiting at the home of while both daughters are here Mrs. Dr. I. W. Johnson the past week. M. A. Phillips has seined the opShe returned Sunday taking Floise portunity of visiting her brothers with ber and will stay till Christ- and friendB in Montgomery county. STANTON NEWS. - The Clay City National Seeks Your Business ' On its record and is prepared to care for it. Clay City National Bank, CLAY CITY, KENTUCKY. ter, Mrs. Martha Derthick. She chinery and those who have was quite surprised to find that she the Mint Cola say that it is Lloyd Todd was to see his was an aunt when she arrived. fine. Burnam and Albert Skidmore, mother Mrs. Nannie McKinney Monday was County Court day Floyd Clay and E. II. Fuller are last week. and as Judge Hardwick was unable the stockholders, with E. II. FullMr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Lewis, to be present the court business was er as president. of Winchester, were here last continued. This was the Judge's Mr. A. T. Stewart will write the week visiting relatives. first absence since he has been Coun- Stanton news for the next issue as Our hustling trader, W. L. ty Judge. A pretty good record to the writer left Wednesday of this Byrd, wbb in Richmond Monday leave behind. week for Chattanooga, Tenn. where with his usual supply of cattle. Some of the boya played a mean be is attending a Conference rf J. T. Wright Is getting along trick on Judge Phillips the other Sunday school workers of the Sunday School Union. nicely with hie new store build- day. He was out hunting and they soon be ready to Blipped around and placed a dead The writer has long wanted to visit ing and will start business. This will make rabbit in such a position that tha Chattanooga so that be might look three stores for the village since Judge shot at it i succession be- over the historic battle fields where were fought those great battles of U. S. Ware a short time ago fore noticing the Joke, Ghickamauga, Lookout Mountain opened a store in the Christopher The borne of Henry Faulkner and Missionary Ridge. building. week. earn-pled ' Jord Barnett sold an aged cow mas. The Mint Cola Company has and calf to Jim Wills for $50. Mrs. Laura Derthick, of Mantua, started up their business of making Morhn Curtis is moving back Ohio, with her son, Virgil, is Mint Cola at the canning factory. to his farm near Kimbrell this spending a few weekB with her sis They have installed the latest ma- If Lilly because his actions hnvo demonstrated to us without any doubt, whatever, that he is for the masses of the people of which we are one. rUIlLISHKP KVKKV THURSDAY. However, should the district Subscription rates $1 a year or three wisely choose Mr. Lilly for the years in advance $2. next Circuit Judge ho will allow no interests of feeling to swerve .! E. Burgher, 1'ublishcr. his decisions. lie will act upon the evidence introduced, and the Entered as second-clas- s mall matter. points of law involved, and ren Thursday, - - December 4, 191U. der opinions according to law and evidence, let it favor whom it THE TIMES. of this road soon begin. Perhaps they will prosecuto a little instead of preteot as some of our State officials do. Eldean flour $2.40 per hundred pounds, COc for 25 lb. sacks, granulated sugar, 20 lbs. for $1, or $4.75 per hundred pounds, roasted coffee 10c per pound. Hardwick & Company, Stanton. SPECIAL NOTICE. T have visited each Magisterial District in the County according to law and after having done thin, all who have not paid their taxes are required to come to my office and settle on or before the first day of December. After that date a pen alty of 6 and 6 interest will be . J .1 auueu, ana we win at once proceea to collect these taxes as the law directs by levying, garnisheeing and 1 1 ! $1.00 could be put to all this in less " Cincinnati Enquirer 1.10 than sixty days, by putting the 90 tax equal. Take whiskey for an " Louisville Herald Home and Farm 75 example. In a barrel of whiskey " Inland Farmer .75 " American Farmer 90 there is at least forty gallons, " Southern Agriculturist 75 the real value of which is never less than two dollars per gallon or $80.00 per barrel. This liquor Circuit Judgeship. From all that can bo learned is taxed on a uniform assessment sources of $10 00 per barrel when it from unauthoritative will likely should be $04 00. This increase Juduo J. M. be an entry in the Gubernatorial would be sufficient to wipe out derby. This has left open for the debt and harm no one. Why discussion the probable candi- is this not done? The more we dates for the Circuit Judgeship see of politics the more we tire of iu this district and that subject is them. being freely discussed iu this It sometimes painfully occurs city. Jessamine county's own that we cannot indorse some of Bun, who has served the district our best friends for an office to so well as Commonwealth's Atwhich they aspire. Wo like altorney appears to bo the logical ways to support our best friends candidate, and deserves the ele- and do do so when possible, but vation to the Judgeship. We just such support is what has put have also heard Grant E. Lilly, us too . Electing often in of Richmond, spoken of as a unfit men to office will never Mr. Lilly is probable starter. help our couuty, district or State. oue of Richmond's leading pracIt is better for the Democratic titioners, and one of the best party to put up good men than read attorneys iu the state. for the other side to name them. Nicholusville Argonaut. When we indorse a man for To the above article Mr. Lilly we should be sure that he is replies as follows in his paper, a'fit man. ' the Madisonian : Indorsing friends and their ac"Wo acknowledge our indebted- tions has brought many persons ness to our friends and especial to degradation, uud voting for Jy the Argonaut, for its kindly them has brought counties, disexpressions of interest iu us. tricts and states to the same "We are not a politician and point. 'Tis time to quit. ask no reward for our political faith. We vote the Democratic The L. & N. railroad is always ticket because we believe it is in trouble aud the cause seems to be the road is always troubling right. "The office of Circuit Judge is other people. We hope to see investigation purely and should the Government's, not be turned over to any one on the ground that it would be administered from a political stand point. The Bench must be made Courier-Journ- al the-rut- CLUB RATES. For the convenience of our subTalk about taxation and classiscribers, we have arranged club rates fication, the State debt, and etc., with the following papers at prices is ali tommy-rot- . If we had the below mentioned : right kind of Legislators u stop The Times and may. SALE ON Ladies' and Children's etc. Did Yes Ever T. O. Mall, Sheriff. Dente Estire Day t Diffkc Pert Holes? AND MORE THAN u CLOAKS, Ladies' and Children's In looking baolc over our day's work wa like to feel that we hare aooomplished something, be it the digging of post holes or the useful exertion of oar energy is some other direction. Your day's " show- I MtOBABlT TOU HAYK THAT. ins" lies not in the amount of work, hut in the amount W 5f Shoes, of holes Suits and Skirts. BLUE GRASS 1MI ffllrflT m BACK post HOLE tOOKING DAT mmPB 1 Also have Some Good Values in 3 WORK ' With the Blue Grass you can with, the same amount of labor accomplish far greater results dig more holes because it has the stiff est blade and cuts the deepest hole with the least expansion of handles and least, exertion. The handles are hickory, the frame malleable iron, the blades OCTAGON shaped FORGED steel The Blue Grass has so many good points over any other Post Holo Digger, that we'd really want you to try it There's always a little plot of ground around our premises available for the purpose. VM. ADAMS & SON, - XENA, KV. Dress ,Goois:, Trimmings, &c. and a Good Line of Underwear FOR MEN, WOMEN and LITTLE FOLKS. non-politic- al non-partisa- n. "We note, with pleasure, that Judge Benton is slyly looking at the gubernatorial Chair and many of his admirers over here will be glad to help push him along." If he enters the race, Judge Benton certaiuly will be a popular and strong candidate for Governor, and many Powell citizens will give him their most loyal support. It certainly will also give us the very greatest of pleasure to give our suffrage to Grant E. Lilly, who we know to be honest, upright and fully capable to serve the people of his district. The .writer well remembers Mr. Lilly whon he was County Attorney of instill and we were an humble citizen of the same county, utid how lie fought the illegul issuance of the railroad bonds of that county, and after their illegal issuance, linw he fought against their collection. Mr. Lilly was right in this case, uud would have won, but he was up against great odds, and all the money necessary. Iu tliis case he did nil that any attorney county could do, and far more than most of them would lutw J .i.w'. Wo ure for Grant. Prepare for the Cold Weather By Comlng to We invite your inspection and don't forget our Nice Line of Groceries and Heating SHIMFESSEL'S and buying what comfortable clothing you need. Everything either. to keep you warm, and not drain your pocketbook Stoves. i We Suits for Men and Boys, CLOAKS and SUITS for can Clothe You, Shoe You, Feed You and Warm You as Cheaply as Anyone. Women and Girls. They are made to fit and to be Stylish too. Our full fit Very Truly, Mrs. I. W. lock U subject to your inspection and we know we can you out in what you need, or we wouldn't invite you to come and trade where you have been buying goods at twenty-fiv- e serviceable (or prices the past years. Williams i-. I .a) ', & THE A HOMK-MADE TIMES. PAPER. Misses Mn'ry, Pearl, and Beth Eastin, of Indian Fields, have THURSDAY, December 4, 191.'. returned after a pleasant visit Constipation Poisons You. If you are constipated, your en- with friends and relatives at tire system is poisoned by the Fincastle. waste matter kept in the body results oftn follow. Use Dr. Mr. nml Mrs. A. T. Wliitt Kintr's New Life Pills mid you will friends at Winchester over soon get rid of constipation, bend Sunday. nche and other troubles. 25. at Bayard U, Rogers has routed Druggists or ny mail. U.K. Buck-le- n and moved to A. 0. Barnes' farm Co. Philu. fc St. Louis. Adv. vis-ltutl J. T. Polls, who has been at Monterey, 'JVnti., since the first of last mouth, returned home Saturday nnd left Monday for Iinhb's Isluiid, Ala., where he will stay till ti.e holidays. nntee it or money refunded. At all Druggists or by mail 60c. Pfeiffer Chemical Co. Philadelphia & St. Louie Adv. USE HOPE $ MILLS AN UNEXPECTEDGUEST for luncheon or dinner will enjoy home-mude iE LOCAL BREVITIES. aear the city. Mr. Cassiii8 M.'Clay, President of the Kentucky Constitutional Convention of 1889 and ut one time a contender for the nomination for Governnu.nn the Democratic ticket, died at Paris, Ky., last Friday. Stomach Troubles Disappear. Stomach, liver and kidnev troubles, weak nerves, lnme back and female ills disappear when Electric Bitters are used. Thousands of women would nnt be without a bottle in their .hotne. Eliza Poo', of "Electric-HitterDepew, Ukla, writes: rnised me from a bed of sickness and suffering and has done mo a world of good. I wish every suffering woman could use this excellent remedy and find out, as I did, just how good it is" As it has helped thousands of others, it surely will do the same for you. Every bottle guaranteed, 50o. and 81 00. At all druggists. II. E. COPBIOMT.PtC the delightful trial of bread that is mude from the Pearl Hour. The lonves made from this high grade Hour are tine, light, white und of tempting llavor and u satisfying lucheon can be made 011 the excellent bread (with sweet butter) that is made from the Pearl flour. A and' Mrs. G. W. Lewis, of For the splendid, helpful donaWinchester, visited relatives in tion party which wns showered the city Friday. upon us Thanksgiving eve by Turner Smith, of Dayton, Ohio, friends from Clay City mid we do extend our who wns injured some time ago cordial thanks. by u lumber stuck fulling on him, Not alone the contents of the is getting along fine, considering boxes, bags, baskets, sacks, jars, his condition. cans, glasses, feathers and envelUlenmore Wilson, of More-heu- opes do we value and appreciate, is spending u few days with (hit, indeed-- , the thougbttuliiess his sister, Mrs. E. B. McGlone. and friendliness of heart which Mr. Wilson is attending a law prompted the generosity of school ut Louisville. hand. Truly among our blessings do Doctor John R. Deering, Presiding Elder of the Lexington we count our friends. I thank you collectively and district, will hold his first Quarterly meeting of the Clay City individually in behalf of the circuit at the Methodist church Home Mission Committee, Dr. days of December, Guerrant, the ladies, girls and on the being the second Saturday nnd boys of Highland Orphans' Home Sunday. Every one invited to and for myself. Clementina Stamps, Supt., these services. Highland Orphans' Home. Croup and Cough Remedy, d, Card of Thanks. Made by J. ANDREW CAIN, Versailles, Ky. When in Need of s Builder's Hardware, Cabinet Mantles, Grates, Tiles, Cooking or Heating Go to or Write Stoves, m ( Bucklen & Co. Philadelphia or St. Louis. Adv. 18-1- 4 It' the Cutting Edge. "ring" true, have back of ample strength and still be wanting in the cutting edge. Often, scythes thatare perfect otherwise, have or more soft spots along the edge are not uniformly tempered have a hidden flaw. But the one defect means the difference between a good and a poor scythe. .Your scythe may have the proper "set", may Croup is a terrible disease, it at tacks children so suddenly they are very apt to choke unless given the proper remedy at once. There is nothing better in the world than Dr. King's New Discovery. Lewis Chamberlain, of Manchester, Ohio, .writes about his children : "Some- 'times in Bevere attacks we were fraid they would die, but since we proved what a certain remedy Dr. King's New Discovery is, we have no fear. We lely on it for croup, cough anil colds," So cun you. fiOe. and SI. 00. A bottle should be iu every home. At ull druggists. II. U. Bucklen & Co. Philn. St Louis. Adv. Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, m (9 Dr. rlobson's Ointment Heals Itchy Eczema. . The constantly itching, burning sensation and other disagreeable forms of eczema, tetter, salt rheum and skin eruptions promptly cured by Dr. Hobson'a Eczema Ointment. Geo. W. Fitch, of "Meridota, 111. says: "I purchased a box of Dr. Hobon's Eczema Ointment. Have bad Eczema ever since the civil war, have been treated .by many doctors, none have given the benefit that one box of Dr. Ilobson's Ointment bus." EczeniH Every sufferer should try it. We're so positive it will help you we guar- - t Winchester, , - Ky. are"apeflrJctl)roduct 11LUK GRASS SCYTHES of the scythe maker's skill. Perfect from point to heel from cutting edge to back. The steel used isof aneztra special high grade. Blade is oil .mlsh with polished edge and baok. Sharpened ready for use. We have every confidence in the quality of Blue Grass Scythes. That's why we canaflord to guarantee them. HARDWICK and COMPANY. WM. ADAMS & SON, - XENA, KY. Fall and Winter 1 Come to Our Store TREES! Fruit and Shade, And let us show you what a nice line of goods we carry. Vines, Peonies, Phlox, Rhubarb, Roses, etc., etc. Everything for ORCHARD, NO AGENTS GOODS. Our Fall and Winter jloods 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 leurn where you can get the most foi your money or produce, and where you can find tho best selections of both the new and 6taple styles. We ask you who do not already know to give us a chance to prove tlit 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 hero call specinl attention to every line we carry, but want all to know that we handle "Queen shoes for men, Quality" shoes for women, "Walk-Over- " "Bu6ter Brown" school shoes, Hart, Schutrner fc Marx and "The tt System" clothing for men, "Aster" brand hats for men, "Arrow" brand men's shirts and collars, "Duck Brand" rain coats, for all, "Bull Band" 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, derwear, umbrollas, baud bags, lace curtains, trunks, suit cuses, rugs, and etc., und etc. In fact see us for anything you need. We bundle The Bain wagons and get them by tho car load, und will give you tho benefit of the differ ence iu price. If in need of one, usk some one about thorn who knows them und get our prices und we will surely , make tho sule. ready-to-we- Shrubs, (irape Our stock of Dry Goods, Notionr, ia LAWN and GARDEN. Groceries, Hardware, Clothing, Shoes and etc. replete with FREE CATALOGS GROWERS OF WHAT WE SELL. 1841 1913 ax Variety, Style and Quality. THIS COMBINED WITH OUR H. F. Hillenmeyer& Sons, ' Lexington, Ky. ; OA Low rnces Make PITA li BTOOIC, 8100.000 SURPLUS AND UN-200.000 3 'A I! DIVIDUD PKOtUTB, jj it to your interest to give us a good share of We ntrive to please our customers be- P your trade. Winchester Bank, OirlWlNDllliTEII. ICY. I this 'A cause we know satisfied customers are our best aesets. C N.HOLX.YWITIIKHHI'OON, PltKH, J W. H, Bl'UAH, OAHUIKH. 3 -- Yours to please, K YOUR ACCOUNTS BOLICIT1CD U E xi'A suss arc va su y ya vak WALDRON & JOHNSON, BOOKKEEPING BinuieM. Phonography TYPEWRITING and Waltersville, Ky. TELEGRAPHY WILBUR R. SMITH BUSINESS COLLEIE Iottrpntxl tat Cuuasor to fluaairiiil OiStf J If, Bdimltj ( Pmlileot bat runol iportenc In lo.rc.nUI and Hnkln buniutu, !) IS Tram educating lO.U) TKnLr now. rouua im ft"l wumeu lor iu e. Hardwick & Co., Stanton. A Story A Day. A storv a day for 3G5 (lays of 1014 that is part of whnt you get by subscribing $2.00 foi The Yout'e Companion's new volume. The fif o weekly issues of Tho Companion will contain at least 365 ty-tw- stories, and all the other kinds of good reading that can be crowded e between two covers the best on athletics for boys, articles on dr'; 8 s and recreations for girls, contributions by famous men and women, suggestions for the care of the health, eta For the year's subscription of $2.00 there is included a copy of The Companion Practical Home Calendar for 1914, and all the issues for the remaining weeks of this year, dating from the time the subscription is received. If you want to know more about The Companion before subscribing, send for sample copies containing the opening chapters of Arthur St'anwood Pier's fine seria1 of life in a boys' school "His Fathers's Son." With them we will send the full announcement for 1914. The Youth's Companion, 144 Berkeley St., Boston, Mass. New subscriptions received at nd-vic- medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional disease, requires a constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of tho system, thereby destroying the foundation of the disease, and g'ving the patient strength by building up tho constitution and assisting nature in The proprietors doing its work. have so much faith in its curative powers that they offor One Hundred Dollars for any caso that it fails to cure. Send for list of tesAddress: timonials. F. J. Cheney & Co , Toledo, 0 Sold by Druggists, 75c. Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. Adv.j -- , Hay Baler for Sale. Full steel chamber and plunger. None better. Virtually a brad new machine, having been used but ten days. Will sell for tho astonishing low price of $100, or will trade same to live stock or growing uorn J. E. Burgher. Very Serious It la a very serious matter to asle tor one medicine and have the wrong one given yea. For this reason wo urge you in buying to be careful to get the genuine BLACK-DRAUGHT Farm Drain Tile Make Your Wet Land Productive. Live? Medicine The reputation of this old, reliable medicine, for constipation. Indigestion and liver troubls, 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 salo than all others combined. SOLD IN TOWN F2 turn that low, wet, useless, swam- By tho use of drain tile you cat. py fluid into the most productive spot on your farm. Good tile, YOUR GAIN AND OUR LOSS at this store. Every thing in stock is going now at a reduction to close out the stock of Goods to make a change in our business. This means low price to you, and all goods are new. This Sale will last only ten days and if you want the benefit bring on your orders. The stock of goods is cut 25 per cent. Gome on and be convinced of this Big Sale. Look out for the Big Sale properly placed, not only carries off surplus water, it admits air to the soil and mnkep it easy to work. It improves any soil. The increace in the value of the land is many times the cost of the tile. Tlie first year's crop from tiled land pays for it. Any body can do the work successfully. Write for particulars or cnll at our plant. -- Msawnn I RICHMOND, KY. 6 A Training Red River Brick & Tile Gompany, STANTOV KENTUCKY OVER 06 EXPERIENCE SBBBBBBBBBBBr ii JT. nn School for Teachcrc iDUrniadlltt n.t Lib JU V. 't TaIM la all PoV! tfflent.. Spw.1 School, of Kentnrkr. Ctmrwr COOTM. TUillCB and mllorlu, atw model loaool. n. rutlMMhool, dirartilaf epical"". ninl lrlI Sdiul Ttr W A boll tin.' UU Jnt" -. J'''y" YEARS- - C.ul.sa.r- r- F.nrihTwnJlprUI, Summer fut J. Q. CllAnnK. 1'rc.lh- this office. Dr. Martin reports the birth of a daughter Tuesday, Decern-be- r 2 to Mr. and Mrs. Owen Patrick, of Kiinbrell. $100 Reward, $ioo. The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that 8f has been able to cure in all its stages, and that is Catarrh. Anyone sending a sketch and description mar qiileklr ascertain our oWnlon free whether an Intention Is probablr patentable. HANDBOOK sont free. Oldest alienor for securing patents. Co. recelrs 1'uteat taken through ilunn tpeclal nellce, without charge, tn the A handiomelr lllattrated week If. niiiattln! n t mnw aiilaa tin fmirtial. Copyrights Ac. irade marks Designs I proiiiLtiy obtAlmfd inn, lits?red. hend hkelrli, FREE REPORT Oil Cai'i .lrtciiNortt. 1t'o)'"!rl tireKU-My lC eXCluttTClTe BANiC i Bena 3 rcnu In maiiii on HOW TO OBTAl.e ui t'licto, for ViUntpract- - Terra 93 a year i foar montri,$L SoiabjaJl nowidealers. Branch Office, 636 SCKMinc American.Hp. F 8L. Waahlnstoo. D. C. or .nvaluiWi" book SCLL PATKNTS, WhtU one will nav. It n to nr t JeiU piuiii. iw ana oiikt iiiioriiiaLton. ID, PATENT LAWYERS. 1303 Seventh St., Washington, D. C. SWSFf & CO. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to the Hay for Sale. Lowe & r. crowe, .T. AT J V V TTTTv 2t 1 V I THINK OF IT F V 'I' 'V 'V 'V V 'V Baled timothy, clover, oats and pi uvines, by or the bale, the ton or car load. Apply at. this office. .. T .. 'T V .. JP V Eldean flour $2.40 per hundred pounds, 60c for 25 lb. sacks, granulated sugar, 20 lbs. for $1, or $4.75 per hundred pounds, roasted coil'eo 16c per pound. Hardwick & Company, Stanton. is guaranteed to relieve all aches, or you get buck Here's n liniment that terns your money. Walk I- nis on m m m Headache. Neuralgia, Sack-achRheumatism, Sore Feet, Corns e, and other pains quickly yield to the soothing inilucnce of this wonderful remedy. Gentlemen and Ladies. Our Fall and Winter Stock for sale. 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