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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): January 8, 1914 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1914 cla1914010801_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 8, 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 GLAYTCITY TIMES. li.oo a Year In Advance. ' Wt are here to kelp Clay? if y. the SarronnJing Country and Onrsclvcs. y' .1. E. Burgher, I'sblisher. VOL. XIX. Asks for an Accounting, OLAT CITY, KJT., THURSDAY, JANUARY 8. J9M. - NO. 2 . - has had the quick conception to Why Sotrlf Kentucklans Migrate. Powell county ib a mountain Cheap and rich land in the catch that wc are beating them county, the editor is a mountain a "mock" it has become a- - West has Induced many peoplo eer by residence mid birth, thus shamed of itself and is now giv- to leave our State. There are it cave our heart joy when we ing us just praise, instead of hail thousands of Kcutttckiaus in t ho read the following from the pen Columbia Western Slates. Thev tell us ' of the sifted young mountain of the pop. "Wo are laboring hard to rc that almostjone-thireditor, Emin Elani. It was a pa- organize the Mountain Press as ulation of Oklahoma is composed per prepared by him to bo read per of Kentucklans. Many have left meeting of the 6ociation, and with that at the formed wo of the mountains are our State and nre farming in the Kentucky Press Association, show you some "tricks." West because they were not in which met in Lexington last going to Each mountain editor loves his formed as to the possibilities of week. work and the encouragement we the soil of our own State. They "With exquisite pleasure are receiving lately is making us wore out the land because they come from my beautiful moun did not know better and left it tains to address men and women become devoted to it." because they did not know how who have been mine enemy for, How They are Divided. to restore it, ami went West in lo! these many years. For the The representation in the next order to haveirich and productive first time in life I am enabled to LAieneral Assembly by congres land to cultivate. There are men ask you personally why you have sional districts shows some in who have lived in lour, live or slandered and poked fun at my teresting comparisons. The Ninth six diffenont Statee; they have compatriots for their previous district leads with a representa taken fifty. 'years to cross the Why have vou, tion of nineteen in both branches misfortunes. continent;, they have pursued the gentlemen? Do yon not feel like 7 Democrats in the Senate and plan of going to a new country you have spanked a helpless in 10 Democrats and 2 Republicans and remaining as long as the fant? But, thankB to the guid in the House. The Tenth dis laud was prodnctive, and then ance of an infinite hand, we no trict has the smallest representa moving into another State. They longer dread the feather of your tion 1 Kepublican in the Senate have taken from the land withjokesmiths and no longer rely up and 1 Democrat and 5 Republi out knowing. if. Kentucky lands op' you for anything financially cans in the House. The Fifth, have been bled ; and if we ex All players have their "streaks" Sixth and Eighth districts have pect to bring, the people into of luck, and the cards are "run- no Republican representation in Kentucky and" to hold those we ning for us now. You are coming either branch, and the Eleventh have, we must not only instruct fo us for as much as we come to has no Democratic representation the people$n the practical in either branch. The Senate has methods or. cultivation, out we "We have taught our people 82 Democrats and 6 Republicans, must train them in the methods that they are superior in intel- and the House has 78 Democrats of restoring the land to its lectuality and natural wealth. and 22 Republicans. original productivity. An intelli- When they saw we were correct cent stimulation and instruction Lexington Business Prosperous they went immediately to work. .agricultural ueius m Lexirigtbh'baukfrsandblg andthard .workiToday our'moun-"talnslir- e The will do much toward the corporations distributed onehun blossoming and only an development of a permanent and ill touch of God's finger can with- dred thousand dollars in divi- 6table commerce and population. dends Jan. 1st. This is due, says er the plant. A Greater Kentucky. Lexington Leader, to the "Those of you who are in the the highly prosperous year just Powell Men buy Coal and Timber Land daily city grind know nothing of H. G. Garrett and Judge John life and the pleasure of modern passed. journalism. You may issue' big. The Phoenix Hotel of that city H. Hardwick have purchased. 2,- 500 acres of valuable coal and ger sheets and reuch more people, has declared a dividend of 12 but to sit as supreme monarch and with it announces that the timber laud in Perry county at a upon your own tripod and laugh hotel will be' enlarged by the ad- private figure, but it is known to with those wiio laugh, and cry dition of another story on the be a bargain price. The land bewith those who cry, is life unsur- main building and six stories on longed to heirs now living iu Texas.. passed. To sit at your own desk the back part of the buildta and, have the flower perfumed making the uniform height of Judge Hardwick is dipping inhillsides to.feust upou for inspir- eight stories on all the building. to real estate quite heavily of Lexington has been prosperous late. It will be remembered ation is a blessing God has denied most of my hearers. Thou- the year piiBt, and is fast becom that but a few weeks ago he sands daily buy your pupers mid ing a large city. We like' this bought $02,600 worth of fine scan at the headlines and throw city anil hope for however fast it biuegrass land in Bath county. the things down ; hundreds buy may grow. We Want a Thousand. our papers and talk of what they Cooper. The Timts wants to round up read in every line until the next Mrs. Sarah Ann Cooper, be 1914 with no less eban one thou week.. Jn which case would you loved wife of Editor Spencer We have made Jive? Which do you believe is Cooper, of the Hazel Greeu Her sand subscribers. doing more for Kentucky and the ald, died at Hazel Green, Dec. a neoe start so far, and the indications are that our ambition in this uplift of human life? 27th, of pneumonia, aged 7(5 years. particular may be reached. We "Eastern Kentucky journalism The editor of the Times extends are going to ask each subscriber 48 accomplishing thing.! We are great sympathy to Bro. Cooper iu who thinks the paper worth the building school houses, we are his sad bereavement. money asked for it, to speak to buildiug church houses, we are their neighbor who is not a sub State Banks Handicapped. making good roads, we are It will be necessary to amend scriber und help us sret them on putting the ban on unnecessary our list. We believe this will be a disease, we ure cleansing poli- the Kentucky State banking laws banks can become favor for both them aud us. we are, teaching ethics, before State tics, we are running a heat race with members of the Federal reserve .Found a Profitable Investment. our former fake superiors, and if bunk, on account of the State .Lowe Crowe, the progressive 1 knpw anything we ure going to laws prohibiting State banks RoBsyln merchants, have chaugo leave them half uy around. Is from owning stock in any other in their ud this week. This firm " corporation. not Jhe MQiieeii' of the finds tlut news ink is a profitable dependent upou our mouninvestment, and consequently Keep Posted. tains for coal, gus, etc., now? If Keep posted on what the Legis start oil' the new year by con it is hot, the difference is so lit- lature is doing by sending 50 vents tinuing their advertisement iu tle you can never distinguish it. to this ollice for the Daily Stave the Times. till April 1st. A Little Miss flaan. "Titj most consoling truth we Journul from nowis the only daily The State Journul have is that nearly all of us ptpur published ut the Cupitul, but The news comes from Cottage are 'Mioine talent" goods. And it is a hummer und sound in prin- Corners, 'Ohio that the Rev, and Mrs. CIiub. G. MauV.are the hap-pit is ,a jubilant consolation, too. ciple. Very'ew imported editors have Mr. and Mrs. Hurry Shutluck, parents of a newly born baby the muutaius. We ure ut home of Bowling Green, Ky., spent u girl. They ure oniivi8it to Mrs.' and fighting for' oiir iireeidee. I week with Judge und Mrs. W. Munu's parents ut&Cottage Cor am glad that the 'ioutsido world" T. Adams. ners. d Clame Preserve. mid-wint- er J. W. Newman, Commissioner of Agriculture and J. Q. Ward, Executive Agent of tho State Fish and Game Commission, has set apart twenty acres in the Sfate Fair grounds to be used as a game preserve. This will be fenced and houses built and put in good shape by the State Fish and Game Commission and then stocked with deer, elk, Buffalo, grouse, all kinds of pheasants and many other kinds of game birds. Machinery for hatching game birds will be installed and a man will be.employed constantly to look alter the preserve. Commissioner Newman said that the preserve would be stocked by spring. He said ho intended fo make a smaller enclosure where the animals and birds may be exhibited during the State Fair. Said he : "I have now inaugurated two things which I started on when the State Fair grouuds were I secured a fish here. hatchery and now we are starting a game preserve. The next thing we want is a building in which can be exhibited all the resources of the State, such as the mineral and agricultural products and any other kind of products. By the way, we now have a forest tree nursery on the trees are growing." Willing to Aid. Legislature Organized. Both branches of the Kentucky Legislature organized Tuesday and appointed committees to notify the Governor that they were ready for business. Senator M. O. Scott was chosen president pro tern, of the Senate, and Claude B. Terrell, Speaker of the House. Tho first argument of the House session was started by Representative Stanley F. Reed's bill, providing for extra help during the legislative session of sixty days, aggregating $0,810. A motion to reconsider a resolution referring the matter to the Attorney General for an opinion as to the constitutionality of paying such help defeated, and thereby the provision of the Constitution for but a limited amount of help is thrust aside. The Times opposes graft in every form, whether perpetrated by a Democratic or a Republican Legislature. The above action is not a Democratic principle but a mere breach of trust on the part of the members voting for such extravagance. iguo-minious- ly 1 For Our Women Readers. iH-t- nc xveu-tuck- y . i Blue-graBs- y Powell's Valley Baptist church publishes a Committee's report iu this issue of the Times. We are glad to do this for the church gratis, and shall do similar work for all the churches of the county when 60 requested, as we are anxious to do all we can possible to promote the best interests of all the churches, and the schools of the couuty as well. The work of this Committee is To Raise Tobacco. very commendable. They have Mr. George Stephens, retiring put a fence around this church jailer of this county, is moving that cannot be excelled, the best to Clark county where he will material and workmanship only engage in tobacco growing on a beiug used. large scale. We always regret. to lose such excellent citizens as Our Stanton Scribe III We regret that we are unable to Mr. Stephens, but we are glad to publish our ueuul Stanton News know that as he is leaving the this week owing to the 'llness of county, he is not leaving tho our mont valuable correspondent State. there who is Buffering greatly with Sunshine Again. an aDscess. 1 lie blanton News has The sun shone here yesterday become a very attiactive feature of afternoon for the first time for a the Times, and there is no better period of two weeks. During proof of this than that we received this time wo have had a little from tliHt place this week sixteen raiu, a little snow, and not mush new subscribers. of either, neither has it been Read This very cold or warm. While it fre and see if there is not some of the quently was not frepzing the ap papers below that you want. ..If parent cold was very penetrating you ure paid in advance for tho and disagreeable. Times aud want one of the papers Recovers from Overheat. mentioned below, subtract 50 centB A. J. Kimbrell, of Indian from the amount and send us the Fields, is visiting his son, John difference. Kombrell. Ic will be remember The Times and ed (hat Mr. Kimbrell wub over" Daily 3.50 come by the excessive heat dur" " Lexington Leader 3.75 ing last summer, but he has now " K veiling Post und large wall map, 3.25 completely recovered. " Weekly Enquirer, 1.00 Every Kentuukiun should read " OhioFurmer,McCuir&c 1.25 the Kentucklan. The Times and " Home aud Farm, .80 the Kentuckian both one year for " Southern Agriculturist, .80 only SI, the price of the Kentuck " Inland Farmer, .80 ian ulone. " Dally Stnte Journul to April 1, 1.00 Joenolinan, of Viuton, is with ' Kentucklau, .00 relatives iu the city. maga-zineCourier-Journa- l, . The Times has a combination that should appeal to every lady reader. We will send both and McCall's magazine with two' patterns'tre arid the'Ohlo'Farmer weekly and the Times all for $1 25. If you or any one of your family are already a subscriber to the Timer, just send us 75 cents iu money order or stamps and we will send both magazines and the weekly farm paper one year. You select the patterns from the s after you receive them. Send today as this offer will soon be withdrawn. It is made only as a subscription getter for the first of the vear. To-day's 1 THE TIMES. PUBM3HEP KVKRT THURSDAY. right corporations should pay according to their earnings. W believe the same law should ply to individuals too. ap- HIHHII FOR A few years ago the Legislature passed a law against drinkSubscription rates SI a year or three ing whiskey on trains. This was years in advance $2. a good law but the Legislature should go a little further and .1. E. Burgher, l'ubllsher. pass a law against card playing Hntered as second-clas- WE WILL SEND YOU ONE YEAR . THE CLAY CITY TIMES, (Weekly) --- $1.25 THE OHIO FARMER, TODAY'S MAGAZINE, McCALLfe MAGAZINE, ONE MAE MANT0N PATTERN ) ONE McCALL PATTERN ) - (Weekly) (Monthly) (MoBtiiy) ONE YEAR ONE YEAR ONE YEAR B - s mail matter. 8, on trains. Thursday, - - January CLUB RATES. 1914. For the convenience of our subscribers, we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned : The Times and Cincinnati Enquirer $1.10 1 00 Louisville Herald 80 Home and Farm 80 " Inland Farmer , " Southern Agriculturist SO A bill will be introduced in the Legislature to return to the pres-un- t method of adopting text books, viz : by u majority vote of the different Boards fixing the A law was enacted in the last Legislature to return to the old county adoption, but this bill could not take effect until the expiration of the present contract, which will be next year. This is one of the few bills that should pass. Under the present law the text books are the same in every county in tho State. If the new law takes effect every county in the State must adopt its own books, which most generally is somewhat different from the rest of the counties. This means that children moving from one county to another will have to buy a complete different set of books according to the adoption of the county to which they move. Of course the book company wants this law to stand 60 they cun sell more books. The patrons of the school do not. pro-pose- d Church Committee Reports. Clay City, Ky., Dec. 31st, 1913. To the Pastor and Members of the Powell's Valley Baptist Church: Wo, the undersigned, havingbeen appointed a Committee to build a and fence around the Church grounds, most respectfully submit the following report of collections and expenditures. Wo have received through Brother F. P. Adams the following donations in cash and labor: O. V. Easter, 2.10 Wnlter Smethers, 1.00 W. W. Wileon, 100 Mary Patton, 2.00 1 00 John W. Patton, James W. Potts-- , 1.00 dame, 1.00 Pierce Fanny Ilodgers, 2.00 Paul Tipton, 1.00 Wm. Baker, 1.00 I). Adams, 2.00 A. M. Patts, 5.00 V. It. Burgher, .25 Dock Phillips, .50 1.00 Walter Potts, Jap Mafitin, 1.00 "1.00 John Ringo, Nelson Walters, 5.00 B. Eaton, .25 1.00 Mits Clay Baker, 1.00 Mary Bodgers, 1.00 Eva Tracy, 2.00 Kud Rodgers, 1.00 Wm. Adams, 1.00 Jesse Puckett, 18.10 Mrs. Annie Sewell, .50 Mrs. J. A. Sewell, , Green P. .25 Pur-kett- - s ii Patterns to he selected from First Numbers of Today's and STcCaJl's Received. I Undoubtedly the Seasons Qreatcst Suoscrifition Bargain THE OHIO FARMER the past quarter of a century, there has been one Paper that has stood out from Iti fellows like ray of sunshine through a murky sky; by its straightforward and fearless attitude on every ha question affecting the public In general and the fanner In particular; by lis unchanging policy of accepting for publication, only the advertising of established and rcputablo concerns; by Its unfaltering oJvocacy of everything that lins contributed to Ihe betterment of the farmer, his family and form. It has emblasoued Us name at the very forefront of The American Turin Press: Tilt! OHIO PARMER. l'rom 20 to 48 panes every week. JIaga.'ne section defiction, travel aud science sketches, voted to poetry articles for boys and girls, "tc. rOIl high-cla- ss lUiGULAll PlUCli, SO CLNTS A YEAH. ITAGAZIXE T03.VT3 TODAY'S JT.VCAZIXR Is a monthly and contains from T.2 to 41 ni.es. 11 Inches wide, 10 Indies long. It Is a large, complete woman's mnguzliic, full of Rneral Information of Interest. Every lsvuc contains ntlrnctlve articles on timely subjects written by the foirntost men and women of the day. Its purcj are full of t!i.i choicest kind or lltrrature rrlutlng to 111. iorjr, travel, scloncr. Invention, nrt, drama, education, religion, iniivlr, fu"hions, needlework, halrdressitig. borne drcssninMng, huallh, hygiene, cooking, short stories and serlnl shuirs. It Is printed on illustraa fine quality of paper with benutlf al, clean-ctions. It Is a handsome nrj":iIne in every, respect. 11EOULA11 PIUCE, CO (XNTS A XAll. McCAI.I.S MAGAZINE McCAIA'S MAGAZINE contains from Srt to 121 pages each month. The pages arc 8 Inches wld and 11 Inches long. It Is tho greatest Woman's rusbloii .fnurnat In America. It Is a large, artistic, handsomely Illustrated woman's magazine. It contains special articles and stories nnd new ideas In dressmaking, millinery, lncy work, home decorations and household management. It illustrates 51 to 00 fashion designs every month, some In colon, besides numerous other attractive features which have made .this u favorite magazine In over one million home. 1UZGULAU I'lUCL, SO CLNTS A YEAH. oun paper. John E. Burgher, Edgar Patton, A. M. PotU, hauling, Louis Mastin, F.1. Adams, .AO ..Ml " 3 00 3.00 "8.00 ' Total collected, penditures : $69.95 We have made the following ex raid for 51 rods wire, etc., S'20.88 " " 4 locust post 25c. 1.00 " 15c 9.90 There is an earnest desire of " " GO " ' " 75 ft. of Lumber, .94 the people of this State for com ' staples, 75c; nails. 15u .90 pliance with Section 197 of the " To paid Rupert Curtis, 10r Kentucky constitution, which days t $1 50. 15.38 What finer present could you make your family, than a year's subscription to these splendid' publications, "thiis'insurinjjj for Father, Mother, and the Boys nuti Girls, a full supply of instructive and entertaining reading for the long Wjnter evenings that are coming? At this season of the year, all sorts of combination offers are made, most of which consist of cheap, unknown publications that possess very little value. Here we offer you 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 readers to subscribe. It is a genuine bargain. Take advantage of.it NOV, as it may be withdrawn at any time. THIS IS THE OFFER YOU VAN'T AFFORD TO MISS. SIT DOWN NOW AND SEND YOUR ORDER TO CJZ Little need be said about our own paper. You are all familiar with our alms and plans. Sulllce It to say that we will continue to publish the kind of a paper that will nld In promoting the welfare of our Home 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. m was adopted in September, 1891, To paid Jesse Puckett C 0 X 35 days 81.25, and it was considered likely that $1, 10 50 one of the first measures enacted To F. P. Adams lOAda. Paid for hauling by donations 14 00 next month will he an anti-pas- s law. Tlin I.pi'iKlutnrnH fnr 99 $81.35 years have disregarded the con Credit F.P.Adumr, Spost 75o " " 00 stays 75e 1.50 atitutional injunction that "it shall be the duty of the General Assembly to enact laws to en Total cost of building fence, 879 85 Credit by donations collected, 09.95 force the provisions of this sec tion," which, in effect, is that Amount due F. P. Adams, $9.90 any State, district, city, town, or F. TJ A J r ceunty officer, or member of the A. M. Potts, J vsuuiujiiicc, General Assembly, or Judge who New Conveyor, shall ride on a pass "shall forfeit THE CLAY CITY TIMES, CLAY CITY, KY. iniinmminmninnu I J. B. Eiitnn is out again from tho operation performed on his foot several weeks aco. How's This? We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot bo cured by Hall's Ca. tarrh cure. F. J. Cheney fc Co., Toledo, O. have We, the undersigned, known F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, und believe him perfectly honorable in all business transac tions and financially able to carry his out any obligations made Ann. Walding, Kinnan & Marvin, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. Hall's Cxtarrh Cure is taken in ternally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the svstem. TeHthr.onialfl sent free. Price 75c. per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. Take Hall's Family Pills for con Ac'v. stip'ation. Prepare for the Cold Weather and buying what comfortable iu i By coming to his office." Brodhead-Garret- t Company is arranging a couvevor across the Governor Beckham has resign river on the farm which Mr ed his position as Attorney for L. I Keith general manager o the L. & N. railroad at Frank the company recently bought fort. Ho doubtless finally decid ed that his representing the rail road and running for the U. S Senate, and ut tho same time when that august body was puss iug resolutions to investigate the illegal operation of his client's road, was 6omewhat hard to ex plain to his constituency, the voters who have proffered him suffrage, but ut the same time want the laws of our land en forced, especially the anti-trulaws. st SHIMFESSEL'S clothing you need. from Mr. It. P. Rose. The slabs and refuse from tho mill will bo brought across tho river and burned. The river between the mill and the lire will protect the mill from, danger of fire. Meeting Announcement! Everything i, .l... j .i yuu wami, uuu uui uiaiu vuui jju,a,ciuuwb. uhhu. 0 We announce that a series o meetings will begin at Bo wen Jan. 10th, 1914 by Rev. J. W Strickleu. Wo would like for every one far uud near to come and hear this minister who know You the bible from lid to lid. will say so too when you hear one It seems to lie tho intention of his sermons. You are invited of the present Legislature to tax to come one and all. all corporations of the State bv Yours in His service, license according to their earn Rev. A. M. Lowe 'a (J ings rather than by their capital. Mrs. II. T. i'ollock, of Shreve This is right. If fanners must U. L pay tnx on their property, earn- port, la., is. visiting-Mrs- . ings or no earnings, it is just and Hazolrigg. i Suits for Men and Boys, CLOAKS and SUITS for Women and Girls. They are made to fit and to be Stylish too. IK 1MG XL Our full flock is subj'ed out in what to your injpeclion you need, and we know we can., We te'l vti'iow. awl tuvbesttatrket pno,s, j . arc , et.tsulu.licd It, ..Iniml.i HlfrrifUi.., , n : or coiumlwltn m. r. th' i i rtM-ei li.nU In J'i-Isvllt- o "Wrliif lor wi k y''v lilt. ut tit you or we wouldn't invite you you have been buying price ' tm to come and trade where kH Dtttir in M. ru, - SUMS fU tU 131'UtlUr, tiiutJ, wwu O. . serviceable good paft at twenty-fiv- c If. for the year. THE' TIMES. DE there N nothing to emial PAPER. A HOME-MATho new oflicers were duly in- H.iekleii's Arnica Sale, Stops the stalled at Stanton Monday. Up- pain at once and heals quickly. In THUIISDAY, .January 8, 1014. on tho whole, we believe the every home there should be a box county has a pood corps of ofl- liHiidy nil, the time. Best reinedy icers, and we look to seo the coun- for all IkTn diseases, itching eczeLOCAL BREVITIES. ty improvo under its ministra- ma, tetter, piles, etc 2tfc. All tion officers. druggists or by mail. II. E. Buck- Franklui Muristm visited The L. k N. will, build a track leiufc Co., Philadelphia or St. Louis. home folks sit Irvine Monday. skins", For Prost Bites and Chapped Skin. 01 ill' Eaton has moved his famFor ff..t hitten ears, fingers' and ily to town and will go to the mountains mid look after the toes; chapped hands and lips, elill- Mains, cold ores, red and rough timber interests of J. B. Hall -- sHOPE & MILLS FLOUk ANUNEXPECTEDGUEST for luncheon or dinner will enjoy tho delightful trial of home-madbread that is made from the Pearl flour. The loaves made from .this high grade flour are fine, light, white nnd of tempting flavor and a satisfying lucheon can be made on the excellent bread (with sweet butter) that Is made from the Pearl flour. e around Lexington to connect its Luther Smothers Iibr' moved L. & E. and old K. 0. divisions. Confederate Veteran I'asses Away. S. D." Tyrn, a Confederate war back to PoUi'll from Lexington. This will be doue to avoid the veteran, died Thursday, January Clay Williams, of Indian congestion of freight trains pass- 1st, at the residence of Sam Fields, spent Sunday with friends ing through the city from one Brandenburg near Furnace. Bu- Made line to another. in tho city. rial Saturdliy at the Wells grave Sheriff T. 0. Hall will adver- yard on Hanlwick's creek. Mrs. Myrtle Hurgher and Miss Ethel Johnson lmve gone to St. tise a lot of land for sale for taxNew Officers. es, beginning next week. If you Helen to attend school. The following officers were elect happen to be one who has not Prof. Walter Head visited rel- paid up, better do so a once to ed nnd installed at the nnniverwirv F. and A atives at his old home in Ohio avoid the costs attached to the of Powell Lodge No. M., this city,: county during the holidays. advertising and the sale of land, .las. G. Rogers, Master; Olaude Hazelrigg, of Frank-iforS. D. Rose. Senior Warden; The report comes from Whites-burwho spent the holidays with D. R. Daniel, Junior Warden; that the Brodhead-Garret- t this brother, Clarence Hazelrigg, Lumber Co., of Clay City, has J. W. Williams, Treasurer; .has returned home. J. W. Woolery, Secretary; purchased a large tract of fine Paul Tipton, Tyler; immediately above Haza timber Miss Kuth Eaton gave A. P. Johnson, Senior Deacon; several of her ard, Perry county, and will open dinner to C C. Eaton, Junior Deacon; young friends Sunday evening. an extensive timber development Frank P. Newell, Steward ; within the next sixty days. The 'All report an enjoyable time. Thomas Edge, Steward. new development will be on the Tho doctors report several easj mainline of 'theL. & E. railroad, ;es of pneumonia in and around and Wonderful Cough Remedy. give employment to several Clay Oity. The weather has been hundred hands. Dr. King's New Discovery is very favorable for this trouble. known everywhere as the remedy Worms Cause of Your Child's Pains. which will surely stop a cough H. B. Barnes, of Furnace, has A foul, disagreeable breath, dark or cold. D. P. Lawsoti, of Eidson, bf tight of B F. Led ford the low- circles around the eyes, at times Tenn. writes: "Dr. King's New er portion of the John W. feverish, with great thirst, cheeks Vaughn place on Ilardwick's Hushed and then pale, abdomen Discovery is the most wonderful cough, coldui'i throat and lung creek for $1,500 00. swollen with sharp cramping pains medicine 1 ever soul in my store A. O. Barnes, who left a few ure alj indications of worms. Don't he beat. It sells without w.eks ago, going to Illinois to let your child suffer Kickapoo It can't any trouble at all. It needs no visit relative.". hu since gone Worm Killer will give sure relief guarantee." This is true, because from there to Miami, Tex., win-rlie is visiting old Kentucky It kil's tli" worms while its lixa-tiv- Dr. King's New Discovery will reeirect add greatly to the health lieve the most obstinate of coughs friends., of your child by removing the dan- colds , An Ideal Woman's Laxative. Lung troubles quickly helpWho want to take milin, or cas- gerous .and disagreeable effect of ed by its use. You should Keep a is nothing bet- worms and parasites from the sys- bottle in the house at all times for tor' oil, when ter than Dr. King's New Life Pill tem. Kickapoo Worm Killer as a all the members of the family. 50c for all bowel trouble. They act health producer should be in every and $1.00. All Druggists or by gently and naturally n the stommail.. II. E. Bueklen fe Co., Philach and liver, s'iinulme and rege- household. Perfectly safe. Buy a adelphia and St. Louis. Price 25c. All Druglate your bowels and tone up the box entire system. Price, '.'ie. At all gists or by mail. Kickapro Indian Eldean flour $2.00 per hundred Druggists. II. E. Bueklen it Co., Medicine Co., Philadelphia or St. pounds, 05c fur 25 lb. sacks, Louis. Philadelphia or St. Louis. granulated sugar, 20 lbs. for $1, or $4.75 per hundred pounds, roasted coffee 10c per pound. Hardwick & Company, Stanton. t, g six-'o'cloe 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, Grubbs & Benton,' Cor. Main and Broadway, e : Winchester, . tln-r- u 'rsrsss See - Ky. IK to-da- -- Come to Our Store And let us show you what we carry. a nico If j HO. j Hay for Sale. Baled timothy, clover, oats and peavines, by or the bale, the ton or car load. Apply at this olllce. We are Cutting! the Prices on Win- line of goods Notion--, j jgjg Our stock of Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Clothing, Shoes and etc. is replete with p TREES! Space Later. Fruit and Shade, Vines, ter Goods. this Variety, Style and Quality. THIS COMBINED WITH OUR Shrubs, drape Peonies, Phlox, Rhubarb, Roses, etc., etc. Everything lor ' ORCHARD, NO AGENTS LAWN and QARUEN. (JROWERS FREE CATAI.OOS OF WHAT WE SELL. 1841 -- Low Prices f - 1913 Hardwick H. F. Hillenmeyer& Sons, Lexlnstou, Ky. Mako it to yoar interest to give us a good share of Lra' your trade. We ntrive to please our customers be- - a V. '.4 cause we know satisfied customers are our nest assets. K CAPITAL, STOCK, 100,000 HUHl'I.UHANDUN- DIVIDED I'HOKITS, UOO.OOO , & Co., STANTON. j Yours to please, fc THE, mum P a Winchester Bank. 3 OKlWiNoiiUTkn, johnson, wm Ky. fc N. WOI.I.Y WlTJIKHHl-OON- , 1'KKHi jj 4 a K W. 1. Oasuikk. Waltersville, Ky. K YOUK ACCOUNTS HO LJ CITED U 5 ff MtV V.X t'2 M.tEtt M t'J Zil &M1 (9 The bride s the buughter of Jas. and It is enoughJfor riiyA friends to say that I havt choseoJiini as Ballard. The gr.bom. is a Tom Ware continues quite ill my professional associate. farmer of this place. with blood poison. M. S. Browne. Suspicious ot rtountaln Boards. Geo. W. L'asley sold two calves Hor Sale. The Supt. of Clark county to Mr. Holsey for $10. My farm of 120 acres at Kimschools claims that the county Kinney Burgher has a pretty board in each county should be brell, Ky , including storehouse and stock of goods. given the right to select its own particulars call oir'or For further severe attack of pneumonia. write W. G. W. L. Byrd disposed of a large text books, and not leave it to n Patrick, Postmaster Kimbrell, .Ky. drove of cattle at Richmond court vote of a majority of the counties of the state of which books must Monday. i be used. ' He, says that the book Jordon Barnctt made a living trusts would be able to handle trip to Mt. SterMnir the last of many of the mountain counties Make Your Wet Land Productive. H II! the week. and control them in such a way By the use of drain i tile you tear. Mr. and Mrs; Moses McKinney as to have them vote to suit them, turn that low, wet, useless, swatn- niost productive visited the hitter's parents at thus putting in anv kind of a text! PV fild ln" Irvine last week, i 1? book, as a majority of the coun-T- l i carried oft A now son was bom " January ties could be secured in this ntny. t3rplus water, it Hdmits air trt.lhe 8th to Mr. and Mr8. W, U. Tat Under this plan Clark county is soil and makes it easv to Work. rick, of Kimbrell. Weight 10i now using one or two antiquated It improves any soil. The incre,ace pounds. textbooks, which she would glad- In the value of the land is 'many W. L. Bush, Jr. has moved to ly throw out if the county board times the cost of the tile. THe first his farm in Wolfe county. We were given the right to select its year's crop froai ttired .land pays for it.) .Any lmdv.can,.d6 tho work regret to lose Mr. Bush and his own books. successfully. Write, for particuestimable family. lars or cell at out plant. , It seems that the above SPOUT SPRING. pros-porpu- s The Clay City National Wants the business of all who value :r I . Courtesy, Safety and Good Methods. Capital, - $25,000.00 -- ' 6,000.00 Surplus, Shareholders' Liability. 25.000.00 Farm DrainTile Clay A City Quarter National of a Century Bank, T'' CLAY CITY, KENTUCKY. in Clay City. - 44.ttt.JJi4.4.4 4.4.4W'lHRED HOT SALE. Your Gain and Our Loss. We are here to give you Cash Prices on ev- - - Clark-count- y I ery thing or Country Produce in Exchange. All goods low in price. A full line of Men's Hats, "Liberty Special" a good brand Hat for. J $2.50. The latest style. It will pay you to come to our store now. , We need your trade and wJi it will be appreciated. Here we are Jews but American born. Come on with Your Orders, we will sell You Merchandise at as low margin as anyone can- - t ! Lowe & sV trowe, yV Rosslyn Merchants. t fully afraid of being sold out by Red.River Briek & Tile ' Mr. John Lowe has gone into his mountain neighbors. He for' Uompaiiy, . gets .that county boards can be the poultry business. STANTON KENTUCKY Bev. A. M. Lowp mid son wore bought as well as mountain and to our judgin Lexington last Friday ment, we would as soon risk a Mrs. Lillie Lowe was in Win Bluegrass man to sell as a Mounchester Tuesday Shopping. tain man. Miss Nettie Martin started in Notice to Public. college at Stanton this week. I shall open by ollice for active s&UflQLMi . i 1 RICHMOND, rtt Last Friday Air. Jake Neal practice January 1, and shall wisarraHna tv A Training NsMPaM n .j huh u nIN h i n1 .School for Teachers save a candy pulling to thi have as a partner mi Dr. Woodroff youngsters. letilor totlrerdViUr, IBtrnutdUW and Lite put ct J. Flowers, of Columbia, Ky., FaMlf MtirtM. Talld la Vergil Frazier, "f Stanton, Sokooli f Knitaekj and Btrltm passed through here last week Dr. Flowers has built up a large TnltlOB Fn to TW0IDle?Bf1l'lltr practice in Columbia in a few nltorlM,a.tvMfItlaohool, maaaai tralolna balliUnt. leading two hounds. drpartmeri of atric.lt ar. years but abandons it for a large, pTMllMMhaol, Dotwtla 8ft lea. TMH a well lilpr- p. Tna tv.rini f, rrnaMlam. Mrs. Winnie Salyers, of Mt. Ttm Ji Terra Jur tT. Faarth Tsra 8amer field. He is 80 years old, in the WnNrt. 8od April J,NTmbr Sabael Sterling, is visiting hfr parents, o. crtABDB, Preside. j, prime of a vigorous manhood, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Welch. W. K. Harding, of Winches ter. Killed thepiilpit at tio OhriR-tiachurch Sunday and will preach for this church this year. "watch it ana m" Sunday School of the'' Metho. (list church is getting along fine in the Ptudy of llieBible. Rev. J. W. Stricklen preached at this Here's a liniment that la guaranteed church several nights last week. to relieve all ached, or you got buck your money. Messrs. James Wymore, J. It. W'ymore, Isaac Lowe, It. O. -"aie-Headache, Neuralgia, Sack-achOrowe, O. N. Crowe, Frank (Jrowe.T. O. Hall, Bill Martin. Rheumatism, Sore ...T'Ht'Jj ("fitl Dr. A. T. Knox, Dr. John F. SJ Feet, Corns rut Pow-eKnox, F. G. Powell, Otis and Chns Means were in Stanand other pains quickly yiold to the ton Mombiv to itttend the inausoothing influence of this wonderful guration of new county officers. remedy. Rosslyn. Superintendent is power- wis hi !' A WMM U FfNala. CoBfswa UOOTM. -- 18. . ri THINK OF IT I 1 li-. e, TO. 1 ll .. TTTTTTTVVTTTT1 VCi&gS?s. I H V The best lubrication without carbon Vxifcj 2- -S nyyvanla tlUh PRCS one 65 ksJ. steel barrel with faucet, fine to use by you for permanent storage. Price of oil in irea atU., 45c per tallsa. Orser fress (smUh, cap CHAS. C. STOLL OIL CO. "Enrilins", aewtrfsl LqsU' ersUtlfS fsr sas.Ua. seiia.1. , ireass. sire A, trseiadnfea sil whlch7S0 I feeds jreelr. Positively free from carbon. On voor first rturrhaM of one hbl. of Ma r!arh Antn nil will fiir- Averfectollforeltheratr-cooIedo- F water- cooled automobiles. Made from finest Pennsyl-VHSjicllCrude. A pale, thin, bizb fire test oil SsT?ilvvy this week. M. F. Benningiield was in Saturday. Alvin Martin spent the day in uossiyn Monday. Itohert Coulee, of Stanton, has taken his cattle home that were being, led on the farm of Z. T. Hull. Dr. J. T. Knox, of Washing ton, is at home to spend the hol idays with his parents, Dr. and Mrs A. T. Knox. Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Benning Held will entertain informally Sunday evening in lienor of their niece, Miss Ma'uil Bowen. 55. T. Hull extracted a splinter troin tlie side nt a hog that had run the full length' of the hog. The splinter wur two feet long. lu n routine of breezy dialogue. eccentric preaching- - and comic congs, Tush Neal, and George Knox, the bluek facecomuieiliun, sh iweil a lot of real tulont as fun makers at the ('losing exorcises of Miss Mayine Dericknou's Kclionl. From Another Correspondent. It. M. Morton is in. Estill flsk for Your loney Back if it fails to relieve any ucho In any part of your body in lif teen minutes time. 50c at druggists, or by mall, postpaid. raDUrilUlTICU - Bourbon s Remedy "Co., S22ache!heaw!!L LUXINUTON, KY. 3r1UllttBrtJlAnO 0' it u Tr FURS OVER HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES Wool on CtmmlMlon. WrIU lot lilt menUonlaf this ad. AND HIDES BaUbUahftd JOHN WHITES CO, louisville,ky. YEARS' EXPERIENCE 1887 J J J J J J J J : 5 Saved Girl's Life "I want to tell you what wonderful benefit I have re- celved from the use of Thedford's writes Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky. "It certainly has no equal for la grippe, bad colds, liver and stomach troubles. I firmly believe saved my little girl's life. When she had the measles, they went in on her, but one good dose of Thedford's made them break out, and she has had no more trouble. I shall never be without Black-Draught," Black-Draug- ht Black-Draug- ht ee r Tnaot Marks Aaron sending a sselr h and deserlptlon tnsr iileklf asoarlaJit oitr opinion free wfjether ail aireauou Is prohsslf patentable. on HANDBOOK fateuu sent freaw Oldest alienor for sectiftiia: patents. t'atenu Usen tbrouih Muuu A Co. racelr peefcu mttut, wiiuoui ensraa, lu ma CofvniOHTs DC8I0N8 4c SciCHllfic Jfoierlcnii. etr. A handsociielr Illustrated weetlf. sulailoil of any soisnlllJa lourual. Terms. 13 a tear: four uontkj, IL boU brail newsdealers. Unl Simeon Tvn. aged 7 years this life at tho home of HsHsfJsVMsBsfsfJsc jHsrfl Sam Brandenburg in this county .limitary 1st He enlisted rite Inured. Aw (or Confederate uruiy fn 1801, at the rao-raiiBiPoaTonusi ice exctaiirelr. BAhr BJ beginning of the war lie was in bead t rents In stsu mok H pn TO OSTAIri the lib Kentucky Itegiiuent tin in. Whisk ones will par pateat law and otlisr r der I'.iptiiin Brumlet, of Hour-bocounty. The murri'ige of Miss Olley PATENT LAWYIRS, 303 Seveatb St, Watblngton, D. C.J Ballard ami J.init's Lane wusqui-etlsolt'innlzeil at the home of the bride at ItosslytiWeduesday, Old newspapers for sale at this December 81st, in tho presence will- of u limited number of friends. UuLr Bleu-ll BLack-DraugH- T In my home." For constipation, Indigestion, headache, dizzl- , ness, malaria, chjlls and fever, biliousness, and all similar ailments, Thedford's Black-Draug- ht has proved, Itself a safe, I I reiiaoie, gentle ana valuable remedy. i If you suffer from any of these complaints, try Black- Draught It Is a medicine of known merit Seventy-fiv- e years of splendid success prove's Its' value. Good for . young and old. For sale everywhere. Price 25 cents. , SbI . WOW I D.SWIFl iGO.I u s S y i