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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): January 1, 1914 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1914 cla1914010101_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.): January 1, 1914 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1914 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE sj.oo a Year In Advance. (. LA We T to help Clay City, i CITY XIJVIE s. and Ourselves. X arelere tic SnrronnJing Country .!. E. Uurgher, FnMisiier. VOL. XIX. Some Railroad Information. CLAY CITY. KYM THURSDAY, JANUARY General to be brought, he would do so, this petition to be signed by representative busi ness men of the counties through which th j road ran. Wo saw a complete change had come over the Attorney General's office between our first and last visits, mid we left, realizing that the dog was dead and very thor oiighly disgusted. When we read hat the State was to light the of the F, & O. We could but help won der how it was the State through the Attorney General would fight so hard on the L. x N. in the F, & C. and sit idly by and do noth ing in the L. & E. case. We read on down a little further and undoubtedly found the secret A whiskey concern was in the fight. When we read this we paused .tnd wondered, "is there a semblance of truth in the state ment that 'no Demecrut can be a Prohibition,' " according to the words of Henry Watterson. Of course, wo know this is not true, but in some places it seems queer, and Frankfort is one of these places. We can't help but think what the whiskey gang did for Beckham. It shows to us that with some Frankfort Demo cratic officials, the whiskey ele ment is first in their hearts and next the L. & N. railroad. such action I re-sa- ). 19M. NO. J Our (Irentcst Pleasure. In t he 1001) Attorney Breathitt brought suit against, L. & N. It. II. to compel that to dispose of its stock where it gained control of the Frank fort and Cincinnati II. It. running from Frankfort to Paris, as it by u r paralleled a line already owned by the L. & N. The road won the. case in the lower court but the Court of Appeals decided the sale was in violation of Section 201 of the Kentucky Constitution. It now seems that a sham sale was had, for the State, evi dently at the behest of the Frankfort Distilliug Company, has attacked the sham sale. The sale was made to C. E. Hoge, of Frankfort. Among the terms of the sale of 6tock was that the L. & N. was to buy back the stock nt the same price if the State changed the Constitution allowing them to do eo. At the next session of the Legislature a bill was introduced to call a" vote to so change the Constitution that a parallel line could buy out another that was less than 100 miles in length. It will be remembered that this bill liked to have passed. The L. & N. railroad had fathered the bill See Us There. and almost won. It will be reMonday is County Court day at membered by our readers that the Times opposed sucl proceed- Stanton, and it is probable that a ings, knowing that under the large number will be on hand to emne law they intended to pur- - witness the installation of the The editor 111. IIUUU I.IW. has since gained control ,uf 'the II VIVO UO L. & E., are today, as everyone your name and address and let us send you the paper during knows, operating it. The Times opposed the merger 1914 to help cheer you on your of the roads because it was not way. We are lighting hard for the upbuilding ot the county, only a violation of the Kentucky sparing neither time nor money Constitution, but because we where it really will efl'ect a fav- thought it was not best for (his orable result. part of the State to allow the Dies Near Klmbrell. merger to stand. Samuel Embs, aged about 42 Acting upon this belief, on years, died at his home near Kim- Hept. 10, the editor of this paper brell Wednesday of brain fever. wrote Attorney General Garnett Burial Friday on Calloway's relative to the illegal sale, and creek. He survived by a wife, is offering our assisUiuce. While who was formerly a Miss Mcinour letter was written to James tosh, and six children. Mr. Garnett, Attorney General, it Embs was a splendid citizen and was answered by Chas. H. Mor- his death is a source of much reris, First Asst. Attorney General, gret by many friends. in which he said the matter would Has Faith in Howell County Lands. be investigated and an answer In an interview with Mr. L. P. follow later. The later answer Keith he states that the purchase not showing up, we went to of the Rose farm by him was General Garnett made solely as an investment as Frankfort. was not. in the city, but we had a he confidently believes farm talk with Mr. Morris who said the lands in and around Clay City, titate would join in the suit, mid aud other real estate also, will asked that we get up some facts increase in value, and that it is in the case which we did at some not always necessary to go out ot personal expense to ourselves. your immediate neighborhood to una a safe and profitable invest, Loaded with information we ment. went to Frankfort, where we were fortunate enough this Mrs. Bettie Burgher, of this time to see General Garnett who courteously interviewed us, but city, and Mr. W. T. Bunch, of View, Clark county, were mardeclined to enter into the suit to compel the L. Ar N. to dispifre of ried at the residence of .las. a brother of the bride, at its 100 of the stock in t tie L. & K., as Attorney General Breath- Bowen, Tuesday, Decern ber28rd, itt had done in the case of the F. Eld. J. T. Turpin officiating. It & C. General Garnett gave as is the second venture of both They will his reasons for refusing that he contracting parties. reside on the groom's farm near had received protests from some Pilot View. of the business men in this secDies Very Suddenly. tion against the dissolution c.f the merger. He read us one of Mrs. Mary Wiseman, wife of these letters, but declined to in- H. B. W iseman, deceased, died form us who the other three or very suddenly from heart failure four business concerns were. Ho at her home in Estill county, said, however, that if a petition Wednesday, Dec. 24. She is surwere lodged with him asking vived by several children. M in Dunch-Burghe- We are more; than delighted the way our subscribers are pay ing up. In nearly every instance they have also ionewed. There, in fact, has ber but four discontinuances attributable to an of fenso at the sta foments and these have pleasantly heen overbalanc ed by new Fubswibers coming in. Bear in mind bese statements were sent to si. scribers not in a manner to uri:payment, but to furnish informiVion to those who want to pay. fi statement was sent to all aliit, regardless of how much thelnwed us or how much we may live them. If convenient to pal wo need the the money, if Kit convenient to pay now, we ate still willing to HavinjJvou on our list wait. gives us morejileasure than the small paymenfjif arrears, howev er bad we maylheed the money. Call in and subscribe with the New Year. Money or no money. we want you oft our list. L. & N. Valujtli Increased. The valuation of the franchise of the Louisvjlle & Nashville railroad, for purposes of taxation during the next, year, was placed at $45,058,080 by the Board of Valuation and' Assessment, in a report issued oif Monday. This is $1,000,000 vabove the t of last year. The total value of property of the roadin Kentucky, figured out bjJBkkitd on a basis of 80 ULjftgK5-,18Per pVctnarT.vnVtion 402. is placedTITD4,500,000. w The board adopted what is known as the net earnings plan for arriving at the valuation of the road. Several other plans were tried before this one was decided upon. The total mileage of the com pany in Kentucky is 4,475 01 miles, or 85.15 per cent, of the entire mileage of the system. assess-men9 wondering what brought Dillard to our town so often and now wo Miss Mary Lyle is visiting in know why. Ilo is a fine young Lexington this week. man unyway. Miss Lillio Boone was in Clay Irvie Conlee spent Christmas City this week on business. at. the homo of D. It. Clark and Lewis Conlee, of near Rich- family and returned with hii mond, was home during the holi- wife and children who have been spending some days with the days. home folks. They will move to Mr. Walter Thacker made a a farm near Lexington in a business trip to Lexington this week. Mrs. Bettie Ilardwick is visitMaster William Mansfield is ing with her son, J. II. Ilardvisiting his kin folks at Gordon- - wick, in Winchester this week. ton this week. We hear reports that she will Mr. Ben Sewell, of Jackson, soon make her home in Winches'vas a welcome visitor to our ter but we hope this is not true town Christmas day. as we cannot afford to lose so good a woman from our midst. Mrs. Lizzie Porter, of Win chester, is visiting at her sister's, Miss Anna Clark visited the .Mrs. Maggie Willoughby. Johnson girls, who are attending Mr. Grover Harnett, of near college here, at their home at Winchester, visited in our town Tallega, in Lee county. Anna reports a fine time. Col. Tom John-sofrom Friday until Sunday. has one of the finest homes John Ilardwick, who is living in Lee county, and is noted for in Mt. Sterling at present was in his hospitality. He also has Stanton a few days last week. bovs anil uirlsthat are hard Miss May Bowen, of Grimes t beat in Kentucky. Mill, near Lexington, is visiting Miss Regent Snowden of the her kin folks, Ide Boone and Fifth Grade led her class in the family. final examinations receiving the Rev. Mr. Moore who had rent highest average. Her lowest ed Morgan Lyle's house has de- tirade was about Miss cided not to move his family Anita Wells of the Sixth Grade here at present. led her class with the highest Miss Minnie Conlee and Labe averajie bpinir almost the same Knox visited several days in as Regent's. Severel of the other .Wjuchestej, laweek and they scholars made grades that are dereport they hail a very pheasant' serving oPineiitioti but the writer does not have them at hand. time. few-day- STANTON NEWS. u , 05. r.--- Begin New Year. With this issue we begin a new year with the Times, as well as a new year of time. The 1st of Jan. 1800 the Times first saw the light of day. It is therefore, today, eighteen years old, and from a point of paying subscriptions and advertising, it is in a far more flourishing condition than ever before. For all of this our thanks ardduethe merchants and good people of Powell coun ty- - Death of firs. Wilson. Fannie Wilson, wife of Pat Wilson, died very suddenly at her home at Waco, Madison Mrs. r. Pi-l- ot Hoi-ma- county, Christina eve. Burial at College Hill Friday. Mrs. Wilson is survived by her bus. band and several children. She was a sister to Mrs. Wm. Mountz, Sr., of this city, who, together with her son, Joe, attended the funeral. Sells Business. Wm. Adams & Son the Xena merchants who have for the past six months been such persistent advertisers in the Clav City Times, have Guilt up such a good trade that their business has been sold to another linn. Moral : If you have a business for sale advertise in the Times and build up your business so you can sell it as Wm. Adams & Son have done. The Sunday school on Hatton Mr. E. W. Welch and wife were in Nada from Saturday till creek enjoyed a treat the past Tuesday. They will visit at Mr. Sunday. A box full of dolls Xnyr Jack Weich's Wednesday of this and books came from a Sunday ('ho"l it Trenton, New Jersey week. and all the scholars were treated The infant baby of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Waro is about the to a present. There was also an same. I Here is not much im abundance of candy and Christprovement os far though it is mas cards to go around. Thoimh the box arrived a little late jet-imuch better than it has been. was thoroughly appreciated by Miss Anna Ilardwick is visit everybody. Hatton Creek Suning her sister. Mrs. Mollie Craw- day School runs the year around ford, nt Jackson this week. Mrs. and it is doing some splendid Crawford was here visiting her work. parents the last of last week. Clifton Chaney went to Jack Dudley Caudill, of Ilattoti son last week where he closed u Creek, is visiting at I dam ay in deal for the farm of James Little Lee county this week. His two that lies across the river from cousins from there who have Stanton. Mr. Little, of Jackson, visiting here returned bought this farm about a year been home Monday. ago giving $5500 for it. It is one Crowo, of Oat Creek of the best farms in Powell counWm. neighborhood, was out hunting ty having over one hundred acres last week and in some manner of bottom land to It. Mr. Tom which we have not learned shot Ohenev and family, of Hatton two of his toes so bad that they Creek, will move on the farm this week and tend it tho com had to be amputated. ing year. Howard Willoughby, who has Win. Crabtreo was found fro- been in Hamilton, Ohio for the past four years, has returned zen to death near Rogers Chapel homo to his parents, Mr. and last Friday. He had been to a Mrs. Ben Willoughby. He will turkey match and started to, re turn home alone. He did not ar stay awhile at the old home. rive there and hid folks thought Miles Robins, who has been that ho had stopped at some home tending the farm of Mrs. Green and would arrive in the morning, Coldiron this past year, has mov- When ho did not turn up in tho ed his family back to Lee City morning search was made and ho in Wolfe county where he has a was found frozen lying in a pool position running an engine. of water. It is not known how Mr. Dillard Watson, of Hard. became to his death but it is wick's Creek, was calling on his thought that he was thrown from best girl Saturday and Sunday. his horeo as his neck was broken. The person sending this item in Mr. Crabtreo was a line man mi l ought to have mentioned who the woll thought of in the communis girl was as we are still in the ty and county. He is tho son of dark who she is. We have been the Assessor Crabtree. THE TIMES. rUBMSUKl KVEKT THOKSDAT. Subscription rates $1 a year or three years in tulvnce 82. .1- - 12. lSurghcr, l'ubllshcr. second-clas- Entered as Thursday, s mail matter. 1, 1914. January CLUB RATES. For the convenience of our sub scribers, we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned: The Times and Courier-Journ-al " " " Cincinnati Enquirer Louisville Herald Home and Farm tl.00 1.10 90 75 " Inland Farmer " American Farmer " Southern Agriculturist .75 90 75 manship enacted within the last forty years. Under the wise of this bill there will never be another financial panic such as wo had under Iloopevolt in 1007 and under Cleveland (which ho inherited from Pres. Harrison) in 1803. In other words this bill will make money easy and plentiful everywhere. When-ave- r a banker has loaned all the monoy to tho business'mon of ts community that itjean Jsparo, and still has culls for more loans, tho bank can take the stocks, bonds and mortgages and other s securities and turn them over to tho Government, regional bank and get more money with which to accommodate its borrowers. It is this element in the bill which will render our currency elastic so that it will expand automatically in accordance with the requirements of business in every state and county of the United States. pro-visio- i!roiffli!iiiiniMimmim i FOR $1.25 WE WILL SEND YOU . (Weekly) THE CLAY CITY TIMES, THE OHIO FARMER, TODAYS MAGAZINE, McCALL'S MAGAZINE, ONE MAE --- ONE YEAR ONE YEAR ONE YEAR ONE YEAR 3 3 B (Weekly) (Monthly) (Monthly) 3 SB Ranton pattern ONE Mc CAB. PATTERN Patterns to he selected from First Numbers of Today's and ScCalTs Received. first-clas- s TJndoimtedly the Season s (greatest Subscription Bargain rOn li-- rn s E THE OHIO FARMER one the past quarter of a century, thero hn Paper that has stood out iiom It fellow like a ray of sunshine through n murky sky; by lti straightforward and fearless attltudo on every bin question nlleet-ln- g the public In general anil the farmer In particular; by Its unchanging policy of accepting for implication, only the niivcrtlslriK or established and reputable concerns; by Its unfaltering aJvocacy of everything that has contributed to the betterment of the farmer. Ins iamlly and farm. It lias emblazoned Its name at the very forefront of Tho American Tarm I'rcss : Till', OHIO t'XlWMl. l'rom 20 to 48 pases every week. Mngnz'nc section to fiction, truvrl and kclcucc sketches, poetry, article for boys nnd girls. He. high-cla- build some of those good roads, that so many of our best citizens THIS IS THE OFFER YOU CAN'T AFFORD TO MISS. SIT DOWN NOW AND have been going to the Bluegrass SEND YOUR ORDER TO to get. Getting money should not be foremost in our eyes. A I fit habitation for man and his The Legislators of the coming children are far more to be de- nuinuiiiinininniinnniiiiiiiini General Assembly in mapping sired. Let us strive to that end, out. plans of proceedings, have atid first let us build good roads It takes a boy only about a never, to our knowledge, includ- to travel the route over. year to talk, but it takes him the rest of his life to learn not to. ed a bill to cut railroad passan-ij- f However strange it may seem, r rates from 3 cents to 2 cents May he one reason why some per mile. What a saving this there is a sentiment among some men do not marry is that, they would be to our people if we hud Powell county good citizens to hear themselves talk. good roads, and we have ive uch a law. The Times is the Money often wins the first dnly paper in the State agitating lost four good paying subscribers By Coming to in the county on account of our 'nittle, but seldom the secotid. mile rate. This is why the peeplo are not clamor persistent advocacy of good roads. A man and hi J Christmas moning for it. This has no effect on They have irgued with us that ey are soon parted. the Times, we are for the right good roads will not make their Some men are always up and thing, though we stand alone. laud grow a single ear of corn doingothers. more, but it will increase the Many other States have a rate, why not Kentucky? market value of their laud which Get your 1914 calendar early. When the Legislature convenes will make their taxes higher, and and buying what comfortable clothing you need. Everything How's This? and fails to pass such a law they for this reason, they oppose good to keep you warm, and not drain your pocketbook either. We offer One Hundred Dollars are equal (to allowing the rail- roads. They think taxes are now high enough. p leeward for uny case of Catarrh roads of the Stato to confiscate that cannot be uured by Hall's Ca50 cents of the traveler's hard While far from beingwhat we tarrh cure. F. J. Cheney & Co., earned cash every time they earn would have it, Christmas was Toledo, O. $1 justly. This is too biga swinmore soberly spent than usual, We, the undersigned, have dle for our State Legislature to though to he sure there wns much participate in by an omission of liquor consumed by those accus known F. J. Cheney for the last for 15 years, and believe him perfectly a sacred duty to Kentucky tomed to its use. It was, how If the people of the State ever, apparently, a decided im- honorable in all business transactions and financially able to rarry would send a petition to their provement over former years They are made to fit and to be Stylish too. nut any obligations made by his representatives asking them to with the open saloon. firm. Walding, Kinnan & Marvin, help pass such a law, it might Wholesale DruguUts, Toledo, O. do some good. Sometimes when a futher gives Hall's Catarrh Cure in taken inOur full flock u tubjedt to your inspection and we know we can making toys it his It was probably the happiest is children noise ternally, acting directly upon the a sign that he has n grudge fit you out in what you need, or we wouldn't invite you moment of President Wilson's blood und mucous surfaces of the the neighbors. life us President of the United to come and trade where you have been buying system. Testimonials sent free. State?, when he signed the new is more blessed to give than Price 75c. per bottle. Sold by all ''It serviceable goods at prices currency law on Dec. !Mrd. It is to receive" is acceptable with DruguistH. (or the paft twenty-fiv- e years. needless to m.v that thi bill is most men if it is advice that is Tuke HUV Family Till Tor Ai'v. greatest masterpiece of states. being dealt out. the correspondent Our Stanton juetlv pays a nice compliment to kis town in speaking of it as a beautiful place in which to live, ft is always pleasanter to mention the good things we see and have than to speak of the bad. Still, it sometimes becomes our painful duty to mention very unpleasantly some of the things we are forced to observe and know, against our will. It would be t(nod if we could only see roses and smiles in our pathway of life, but such conditions do not exist. Thus in our humble efforts to some of the distasteful things we learn of, wo are forced bo refer to them, when in our kearts we would rather not, but deal only with the pleasant things Of life. We are sure, however, that we, in common with all men, do deal too extensively with the dark side of life's travels. We kope that we will be able to keep down one new leaf in our New Year resolutions: "Deal more gently, yet positively, with our enemies." Not our personal for we are living in the kope that of such we have none, but tile enemies of our government, our society, and our ev-on s, llEGULAU PIUCE, 50 CLXTS A YEAH. nt could you make your family, than a year's subscription to these snl inus insuring ior miner, Mouier, anu tlie lioys and Girls, a lull nd entertaining reading for the long Winter evenings that arc The business outlook for Olay 5 sun ' QPQQT s comimtf City and Powell county for the At this season of the year, all sorts of combination offers are made, most of which New Year is as bright as usual 5 consist of cheap, unknown publications that possess very little value. Here we offer you and possibly a little brighter. The county is gradually working g FOUR publications, each of which is well known, to you as being absolutely reliable. We feel extremely enthusiastic over this offer and have no hesitancy- - in urging our out of debt and getting ready to s rcuuura 10 suuscxiue. n is u ueuuiim uuruuin. iukc auvaniage oi 11 CtUW. as it mav DC Let us take courage when we think of the probability of a law being passed by the incoming Legislature which will give us State Aid for roads. A feature should be incorporated in the bill to the effect that the citizens ot any county, if such county fails to take advantage of the State Aid, may form a club und by putting up a sum of money or guaranteed labor, mav secure from the State a sum equal to. wllllt Mlrt pitl7onfi Ofllentltta nrn ' vided, of course, that the amount so allotted shall not exceed what the county itself would be entitled to. We think this should be a part of the law for the ben-elof some progressive persons who may happen to live in counties that will not vote bonds to build pikes. it TODAY'S irACAZINF. TODAY'S MAGAZINE is n monthly nnd contains from s pages, 11 Inches uM", lii 32 to 41 Ion,;. It In a large, complete vromnn's niwuli'.C, full of grnrnd Information of Interest, livery Issue contains attractive articles on timely subjects wrlttrii by tht fotemott men and nrc fi 11 of the. rholrest kind women of the clay. Its hLlory, travel,, science. Invention, of literature relating to iaes needleart, drama, education, religion, imtsl,-work, hairdresslng, horio ilrrsmnUln, health, liyslcue, cooking, short stories and serial i:rles. it printed on a line quality of paper Willi beautiful, flf.ini-f- t Illustrations. It Is a handsome mii.'iilnu in etrry 1 expect. lUiGULAIl I'lUCl 50 CUNTS A YUAM. I attractive features which have made .this a favorite zine In over one million homes. HEGULAJI PIUCE, 50 CENTS A YEAR. McCALL'S MACAZIKi: McCALL'S MAGAZINE contains from M to 151 pnscs each month. The pages are 8 inches wide m.d II Inches long. It Is the greatest Woman's Fushlon Journal In America. It Is a large, artistic, handsomely Illustrated 'woman's magazine. It contains special articles and stories and new Ideas In dressmaking, millinery, fancy work, home decorations and household management. It illustrates SO to CO fashion designs every month, some in colors, besides numerous other maga- i I WW ourt PAPER be. Little need be said about our own paper. You are all familiar with our alms and plans. Suillce It to cay tliit we will continue to publish the kind of a paper that will aid In promoting the welfare of our Homo and Civic life. We hope to continue to enjoy the confidence and good will of our people here at borne. We will strive hard to merit it. j I THE CLA Y CITY TIMES, CLA Y CITY, KY. Prepare for the Cold two-ce- Weather SHIMFESSEL'S 5uits for Men and Boys, CLOAKS and SUITS Women and Girls. two-ce- nt citi-r.on- s. THE A HOME-M- A TIMES. Mis. II. A. IInrtr, of Nada, is visiting Mix Ada .IoIiiihoii. TMUUSDAY, Mrs. Maggie Piitlon mid daughter, Miss Iloyt, of Cincinnati, is UK PAPER. visiting .1. T. Potts and family, and will go to Jackson to see her .lanuarv 1, Kill. father, Knbt. Combs, before returning homo. An Ideal Woman's Laxative. Who wante to take suite, or ens-to- r oil, when there is nothing better than Dr. King's New Life Pills for all bowel troubles. They act gently and naturally nn the stomach and liver, stimulate and regulate your bowels and tone up the entire system. Price, 2.5c. At all Druggists. II. E. Bueklen & Co., Philadelphia or St. Louis. LOCAL BREVITIES. Misb Mary White, of Winches-tei- , is visiting relatives in the For Frost Itltcs and Chapped Skin. Kor bitten ears, fingers and toes; chapped hands ar.d lip, chilblains, cold bores, red and rough skins, there is nothing to equal Bucklen's Arnica Sale. Stops the pain at once and heal quickly. In every home there should be a box handy all the time. Best remedy for all skin diseases, it'.hing eczema, tetter, piles, etc Mo. All druggists or by mail. II. E. Buck-te- n & Co. , Philadelphia or St. Louis. frt HOPE $ MILLS ANUNEXPECTEDGUEST for luncheon or dinner will enjoy the delightful trial of bread that is made from the Pearl flour. The loaves made from this high grade flour are fine, light, white and of tempting flavor and n satisfying lucheou can be made on the excellent bread (with sweet butter) that Is made from the Pearl flour. home-made city. chester, Oarr. Mrs. B. M. McPherson, of Winih visiting Mrs. ts. T. v Newluud, of Jackson, spent tho lust of the week with lriends in the city. M. J. Prof. Cannon Takes Bride. Prof. J. O. (iuinon, principal of the Irvine Gffaded School, and Miss Maud Cor1 ett, daughter of Mr. J. B. Cor fjtt, of Wiiicbes- - Made by J. ANbttEW CAIN, Versailles, Ky. E. N. Wilson was stricken The Hev. and "Mrs. Ohas. G. with paralysis Tuesday, of lust Mann left Monday for a .visit to their old home at College Cor- week, and has since been in a very bad condition. For several ners, Ohio. days he lay speechless. His conJ. T. Potts returned from Mon- dition is slightly impioved, and terey, Teun., to spend the holi- his many friends are hoping to days with his family and will re- soon see him out again. turn to Monterey after the holi"A Greater Kentucky" is the days. name of a little booklet received The ladies of the Methodist this office from Supt. of Pubchurch had another of their suc- at lic Instruction Burksdale Hani-le- f cessful Buppers at the church t. Its contents are true to tiSaturday mglit. $35 was realized tle and is worth its weight in at this supper alone. We golp to every Kentuckiau. Mr. and Mrs. John P. Colhver shall clip freely from it, in each and Dr. and Mrs. C. B. Dickson, instonce giving proper credit. of Ashland, spent the Christmas holidays with relatives at the Worms Cause of Your Child's Pains. A foul, disagreeable breath, dark lied Kiver Hotel. circles around the eyes, at times D. It. Daniel, one of Powell feverish, with great thirst, cheeks county's leading stock dealers, flushed and then pale, abdomen lus bought several head of hogs swollen with sharp cramping pains liiiiu dillereut persons in the are all indications of worms. Don't !ounty at Gj cents per pound. let your child suffer Kickapoo Worm Killer will give sure relief The Christmas tree at the It kil's the worms while its lixa-tivMethodist church was a decided effect add greatly to the health success and many presents were of your child by removing the danthere distributed for the children gerous and disagreeable ell'ect of of the Sunday School, and outworms and parables from the syssiders too. tem. Kickapoo Worm Killer us n Twenty-livlumber companies health producer should be in every were lined an aggregate of $430,-00- household. Perfectly safe. Buy a and eleven of them ousted box to.day. Price 25c. All Drugabsolutely from the State of Mis- gists or b mail. Kiukapro Intlun souri by the Supreme Court at Medicine Co., Philadelphia or St. Louis. Jefferson City. , fer, went to iing's Mountain, Ky., last Wei iesday and were married. Mr. Cannon .line to Clay City with the Keltucky Wesleyan College team loth last winter and the winteiibefore where he made many ft ends who are ex tending congratulations. Wonderful Cough Remedy. Dr. Kinu's iNew Discovery is known everywhere as the remedy which will suly stop a cough or cold. I). P. Vawson, of Eldoon, Tenn. writes: "Dr. King's New Discovery is the most wonderful cough, cold und throat and lung medicine I even sold in my store. It can't, be beat.' It sells without any trouble at Jail. It needs no guarantee." Tnis U true, because Dr. King's New Diccovery will relieve the most obstinate of coughs colds. Lung troubles quickly helped by its use. You should keep a bottle in the house at all times for all the members of the family. 50c and $1 00 All Drugeists or by mail. II. E. Bueklen & Co., Phil adelphia and St. Louis. Whc in Need of - Builder ' s Hardware, abinet Mantles, Grates, Tiles, Cooking or Heating Go to or Write Stoves, Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, e Winchester, - Ky. i EldJjttor Ji2.K) Diliu nil red granirBpgar, 20lpi for $1, or $4.75 per hundred pounds, roasted colfee 10c per pound. Hardwick & Company Stanton Hay tor Sale. Baled timothy. cloer, oats aiid peavines, by or the IihIm, the ton or ear load. Apply at this olllce. $Sl e 0, BOOKKEEPING rnononrapny , Come we carry. to Our Store h J4. WILBUR R. SMITH BUSINESS COLLEGE Business. K. TYPEWRITING and fcUiCiKAPriY 1 It President has roar of experience In mercantile and banking business, also 35 yeara ednctittng 10,000 roaue limn auu wnnivQ ior surcegs. ww enter now. Address WIXUUU lt.STllTIItr,rxlnKton, Uy We are Cutting the Prices on Win- And let us show you what nice line ot goods Our stock of Dry Goods, Notion", Groceries, Hardware, Clothing, Shoes and etc. is replete with 1 TREES! Fruit and Shade, Shrubs, drape Vines, Peonies, Phlox, Rhubarb, Rises, etc., etc. Everything; for ter Goods. See this Space Later. Variety, Style and Quality. THIS COMBINED WITH OUR ORCHARD, NO AQENTS LAWN and GARDEN. GROWERS FREE CATALOGS OP WHAT WE SELL. 1841 Low Prices Miiku it - 1913 Hardwick H. F. HiIIenmeyer& Sons, Lexington, Ky. MM to your interest to give us a good share of be- M W W TXTX MMMMWMH your trade. We trive to please our customers mi cause wo know satisfied customers are our best assets. OAPITAIj htooic, SIOO.OOO ft HUlfPLUS AND UN- Ej DIVIDED PROFITS. 200.000 THIS j $ & Co., STANTON. Yours to please, p "Winchester K N.HOM.Y WlTIIKRNl-OON- , okJ Winombtbii, Ky. Bank. 8 I'HKNi OAH1IIKH. J WALDRON & JOHNSON, K W, W. Bl'llAH, Waltersville, Ky. m a- -j t--z J e- -j a an .ra t-- a re an "I SPOUT SPRING. Notice to Public. The Clay City National Wants the business of all who value Courtesy, Safety and Good Methods. Capital. -Surplus, Shareholders Liability. $25,000.00 6,000.00 25.000.00 Clay City A Charter National of a Century in Clay City. Bank, Louis Snowdenvctit a foot very badly ono day, last week. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rupard, of Pilot View, visited Mr. and Mrs. Asa Burnett during Xmns. Dolbert Christopher, of O., is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. II. F. Christopher. Mrs. Frances Snowdon nnd children, of Winihester, are vie itiug her parent? Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Curtis. I. G. Jackson, f Harrodsburg, was the guest of r. and Mrs. A- sa Barnctt, a fef days during the holidays Mid-dletow- I shall open by ollice for active practice January 1, and shall have as a partner Dr. Woodroff J. Flowers, of Columbia, Ky., Dr. Flowers has built up a large practice in Columbia in a few years but abandons it for a large field. He is SO years old, in the pr.me of a vigorous manhood, and it is enough for my friends to say that I have chosen him as my professional associate. M. S. Browne. Do vou realize, Mr. Farmer, what it is worth to you to know each morning the market value of your live 6tock and other farm products? Don't you realize that ignorance of market conditions for one day only might mean many dollars to you? Is not your national prida strong enough to force the desire to know daily the phases of the trouble between the United States and Mexico? Only a few days ago Admiral Fletcher of the United States Nany threatened to turn the guns of his battleship on the Mexican city of Tampico unless the fighting then going on between the rebels and Federals in the streets of that, city, and endangering the lives of our citizens and other foreigners, This ceased. would have meant war, aud any act on anv dav iu:i bring this result. aud see that you are kept posted on what is doing in all the world, including your own neigh borhood news. now l or Sale. acres at Kim-breMy farm of Ky , including htore house and stock of goods. For fuither pnrticulurs call on or write W. G. Patrick, Postmaster Kimbrell, Kj. l'-Jll, Farm Drain Tile Make Your Wet Land Productive. By the use of drain tile you cur. turn that low, wet, useless, swampy field into the most productive Good til, spot on your farm. properly placed, not only carries Off surplus water, it admits Hir to thA soil nnd makes it easv to work. It improves any soil. The incrcact in the value of the land is mnny times the cost of the tile The rirnt year's crop from tiled land pay for it. Any bodv can o the work successfully. Write for particulars or cell at oui plant. CLAY CITY, KENTUCKY. Ross yn. Rupert DericH on has moved back to Rosslyn.' M. K. Beningfntd was in Bow. en last Saturday. Mr. Rodney A) Ln and family have moved to Ti imessae. Alvin Martin vas absent in Uosslyn lut Satu day evening. Mr. Joab Morton, of Furnace, visited hiB father, R. M. Morton Sunday. E. C. Esr.M and John Morton will leaTe for the? Bluegrass in a few days to strip jobacco. John Morton and Henry Ewon were the guests' at. a fox hunt given by Henry Morton during Christmas. Mrs. J. M. Conlee entertained the Sunday School Bible class at this place the 20th. The affair was modeled after the old legend of Oathay in the time of Kubla-Khafirst, ruler, of the great Mongolian empire. ' t BIG 800 500 1 XMAS yards Simson Calico, SALE.! 8c 5c " Red River Brick & Tile Company, STANTON KKNTUt K Y 4 Here are a few prices: Old Hickory Cotton, per yd.; t j RICHMOND, KY. 300 ' Ginghams, 12ic value, " Brown Serge, 75c 30 Men's Woolen Shirts, $1.25 Caps. each, $1.00 Boys 50c 2 bolts Window Curtins, per yd., Raisins, seedless, 3 pkgs., Gied Peaches, large ones per lb., Beit Granulated Sugar, " 9c 50 c 90 c 50 c 20 c 9c 25 c 1 A Training twIU ran M School School for Teachers j The Lexington Herald, the leading d.iil.v of Cntral Kentucky, is now offernm a 'nail rate of $5.00, when paid in dviiucf. prMUMieboo,dprtrantof-Tle'',- VfclM la all Pa'-'t Kentucky, r.U Coartfi and R j V I GAUfMi. Tuition FiwtoJlf ii tm Ti pplrii.ltil d notutrc. Twit mItor1i,nwtnorlelobftol. iwmiumwmiih ' wi r' Coarw Uk4fii? to rUnuruUf nd Ml Htato (' IstermedUU rtflcfct, r frmaaaUra. towtl 8clo. T, ' ' for the daily and Sund ty issue for one year. Why not subscribe J7. Fnnrth Term April humwer tcL j. o. cn.i'in. 2ic 5ic Yon get your weight here at these prices. THINK OF IT Here's a liniment that is guaranteed to relievo all aches, or you get hack ynur money. "WATCH IT HPS IN We have Store now, it pay you big to come and give us a call. We welcome all to our place of business. up-to-da- an te EvervKdv who. coirrTTi Stan SHJgS ton from the outsVde remarks ou what a pretty place Stanton is and how much they would like to live here. Ami when you stop to think of it and look over the Headache, rJeuralfiia, Sack-achRheumatism, Sore e, Lowe & crowe, "we SSSSU. ! ! A DANIEL BOONE AXLE GREASE And don't have to grease but once a week. Made in Kentucky by CHAS. C. ST0LL OIL CO. Lexington, Ky. 1 MB ' Lm HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES We I on CtmralMlon. Writ lor prict nit menUonlij) this ad. AND HIDES SSSmSS. ,J0rlK WHITE & CO. over ee YEARS' EXPERIENCE Feet, Corivs town and see our nice homes and the (iood people we have here, and other pains quickly yield to the we do have a pretty town and a soothing influence of this wonderful fflfflBi! remedy. good place to live. We who live IB T in a town sometimes do not apfor Your oixey Sack flsk preciate the beai'ity of it, but so many who have come here to it it falls to relieve any ache in nny part ot your body in llftceii minutes Stanton ou a visit h ive remarked time. to the writer of how pretry our town ia and they would like to 50c at druggists, or by mail, postpaid! liePHFIIMlTIM rS live hero. Let. us boost our town and build it mi and make it uret- Bourbon Remedy Co., M..M. I. (U. M tier than ever the coini: year. LUXINUTON, KY. We can do this easily with a work about, the yard, fences, rubbish ami the nautili;: of some .homes. No hoinj ouht to be punned merely to make it pretty but because ir preserves it aud is j money saved. The town council is nmkinii improvements us fast hb they can get tin money to do in it. so, nnd let us all The above is apart of ourStan-to- After Fonr Years of Discouraging I had gotten so weak I could not stand, enrrespondencoNvhieh was inand gave up In despair. advertently omitted from the Conditions, Mrs. Bullock Gave At last, my husband got me a bottle of on the tirst paye. Up ia Despair. Husbasd Cardul, the woman's tonic, and I J. B. Eaton, who several days taking it. From the very first Came to Rescue. aiio had a irrowth removed from dose, could tell it was helping me. I one of Iiib feet, Is get tine along can now walk two miles without its n'cely though he is still confined Catron, Ky. In an Interesting letter tiring me, and am doing all my work." to Ins room. A im m Wl M ml .IMCH lit-tl- o V j HUSBAND RESCUED DESPAIRING WIFE 1 n com-menc- ed 1 I COPYRIGHTS Ac AnrofiAMndlnc ketrh and description ma quloltly vrertlii our opinion fr u ,iitcnMm la prooftbl? tMiaiitahle, rommunlrt HINnRQfll on Fawn la tniiRlriciireunodituai.for (rideat iiienflf aont fro, ecurin patent. ratatit Ukeii tbrouKti Muuii A Cu. raaalM special fu(4f, without ohrti,tutb radc MAnna DC8ION9 II I hthr Scientific JftncrkaH hati4Molr Hhwl raie4 waaktr. rarvttt dr. vilnlJoii at mj tclentldo Imiroal. Tarnia, 13 a ft Aft fmirtuoiillia, fU tJuklbf all nawadeafasra. A We now liuvu more than six writes as follows : "I suffered for four hundred subscribers to start the years, with womanly troubles, and during Nev Year with. Help us to Utrnsl. Helttl M. rU tills time, 1 could only sit up for a little 1,000 bv Jan. 1, llMo. wtlcliulrelr. OAi 2 Hi make it rtnti in b Pil white, and could not walk anywhere at On HtfW TO OOTi I The Ladies' Aid Society of the VhlrU onr. will i) V all. At times, I would have severe pains Methodist Uhurcn will meet ut the home of Mrs. Luther Loving in my left side. . .1. PATENT U 1 The doctor was called In, and his treatJan. 7th. f! 303 Seventh St., Washington, D. C.ji "I IWWwMBWnWWI IiIIWmT Mitres Urawford ami Miller, of ment relieved me for a while, but I was from this place, Mrs. Bettle Bullock If you are all run down from womanly troubles, don't give up In despair. Cardul, the woman's tonic. Try It has helped Id. swif j. more than a million women, in its 50 years of continuous success, and should surely help you, too. Your druggist has sold Cardul for years. it will do. mend it. Vi AJvltory He knows what He will recomCo., Udfes (or Special Ask him. Begin taking Cardul today, anil M.dju. Irak. "Hm... tent tt Women,"cut In pUla vr;ptr, jtiMcto uc. r St, Wubls(ti CK Old newspapers for fule hi this ami I'M it-- Jolinsoii. olilue. 1 Athol, are guests nfMi-e- s Adu soon confined to my bed again, fter that, nothing seemed to do me any good. Treitmcnl Inltruttiom on vour tot ChatUnoott Mlkln ptpt.. Chttunooga. Tcnn., Ji