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Burgher, Publisher. ' VIOL. XIX. CLAY ClTijci.; MWW - THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 5, J9N. ' - NO. 4. spiritually. One ol these without the others will not make tho perfect man or woman. The channel of a stream is determined by its source. And ft with childhood. A little training at the right period will change the course of a life. ''As the twig is bent so is the tree inclined" is true of the child. There are great, possibilities wrapped up in a child. Our f utu rePresidents, Governors and statesmen and leading men and women are to come from the present day childhood. So how tremendously important the child ought to have the right start. Men today are in thj penitentiaries, who, if they ha been-give- Doings of the Legislature. r Sunday nigKb before. The ret mains were, brough't to this, city where funeral services were voa-- , conducJed.at.th.ri Christian church, Saturday morning,, apd. the then laid to rest in the local cemetery. JHie.'SoraV offertents. ings were rarejmd beautiful. Ab we expected the two-ceD,ecease.d, 'befbre.iyarriage was railroad fare bill before.' the Leg- a Mj88 Walters, ft' sister to. N. islature bus been adversely re O. Wnllers,torm,erJy)ff thisxity uorted' by; the committee- in but now of .Winchester, and charge, and it. will not pass. Why Thomas, Edge and l&gan sbpuld it, pass? There is no de- Stewart of this coanty, mand for it. With the Times as a Powell Farmers WeH Fixed. fin'gle exception, none of the paFarmers of this county seem pers are agitating such a law and none of our leading citizens to haveTmore cattle ,ooiand.thi8 are encouraging it. The Govern- winter .than they,, .have hadlfor or did not recommend such a bill many, previous, year.. There is in his message to the Legislature, a bright outlook now for all'far-mer- s whobave. their premises so thus we are not surprised at the stocked,. .Cattle., w,aro jievar highof. the bill failure , and-thindications Representative Johnson intro- er they Will, go still higher duced a bill fixing the rates at are that We, 2i cents, per mile, upon the fail- rather than lower. so, are gja'd to see our farmers w.elbfiwd ure, of the 2 cent bill to pass. in the, possession' of dive efock for Our prediction is that bis bill will also fail The railroads seem trulycan no success be reached to be running things tq suit byjarmtng? in, tMa,euuptjw(tjj-ou- t the 'feeding and, grazing live themselves at Frankfort as usu-- J stock. each qiBgustrog- neglect of n duty and interest-fo- r tbe Tf alas .Delayed. people in, this particular at The burning of a trestle at thacapital, is oneof the reasons Qhenowee,, a shortjdiaje.this lrfay Jib Times i Jdrtafejey fox; west bound morning train from r fails to weild a blow tq 'the arrivingi'here yesterday till after railroads when he sees they so night. jA new train had.to,,niade badly need it. up at .Lexington to fill the schedr It is indeed.good to know, that pie ofj, the afternoon, .east bound the bill to reduce, the pay for train, fend, this train had .no mai) members serving in the General clerkfTthuB we had no mail yesAssembly has been lost. The terday afternoup from Lexington. Legislator thut cannot earn $10 The trestle will be repaired and per day for only GO days out of ready fbr .trains by tomorrow. two years is poor material. And Small Pox la Powell. that is just now what is the matTom Rose has developed a case Cheap wages for Legislatter. ors, has heretofore gotten too of smallpox at the home of his many cheap men who have done' uncle, G. B. Cohlee, near.fitan-ton- . There is but little, dancer cheap 'work. No Sirte let the pay .remain $10 per day and then of the disease spreading 'from get;meu that can and will earn such homes as Mr. Coulee's untheir pay,t0.go toFraukforJ. The less someone wulRs in on it unpresent salary is no attraction foreseen to the .family. This is for law. makers, and few of Ahem the first confined case in the: are there, .now for the salary, county, : 1 . there are more there for the honRoad Engineers hi .Session. or than the pay. This is the The county roud engineers of right spirit, but still they .should theStatctire in session at Frank-- , receive partial pay for their fort, Howell has no engineer to ti,tse.- The Oommerciul Club at Lex- be among the boys, but here's ington has. held a meeting and hoping that the meeting will enpassed resolutions, against the gineer some kind of scheme to Finn bill which if euacted into get the State Aid bills passedi.byi o we can et law would give the Railroad the Legislature, some tun,de to build.atue rxads Commission such powers as are evidently necessary for the pro-- , up here and have a little money te'obien-oshippers. In doing this to employ an iigioer. To FlgM4t-eu- t. the Lexington Commercial Club Iub helped to ejtib their own The embargo ou. the exppcta-tioheads as well, us other shippers of of .arms 'from the.Utiit.tidi the State, If the various com.' StuteS; to 'Mrxico, wjuch has.beo.u, niarcial organization of the State in force since March J 4, 1U12, was, wpujd league together for this ruised by l'reaideut.WilspH touch .needed law", .we would' preqlumatiou iasued irom the, get it,, otherwise tle prospects White House. JJexpregsd tlffi, hope that Mexico would now be, for .relief are .very slim. able speedily to ' The Estill Tribune has brought constitutional government 'by out, a new one called the toe nail her own force and counsel" with-op- t twister, It will be no uncomany intervention. mon thing in the future to see Quite a numbor-.oour people so'nie of our. young people hiking over to the capital of Estill to attended oujity coifrt tit Stanton Motldtiy. gelt lessons ou the new fandango. The Price bill giving the Governor the, right- to authorize magistrates to" perform marriage ceremonies .has been passsd by the House unanimously. The Mount Jiill cutting the pay of legislators from. $10 to $5 per day was killed, as was the bill of Representative Spahn, T)f Louisville, to allow a girl 18 years old to marry without the consent of her pa- JL Death of Mrs. Stewart. ValMrla Crresjondent3, STANTON NEWS. Mrs. Butler Stewart died at corSlnoftdents have crowd Our Maben, W. Va., Thursday, Jan. ed odr srMto s week so that 'The little girl of Mr. Louis Ste29 as A result of a paraly tic stroke sumo intweting writings have phens is quite sick with typhoid while attending church at Maben unavoidable been loft out. Good ( . nt Mfes-dam- than-now- e - com-mo- -- f u ua w. f K- - Mr 8. Fred Ware has returned home with her baby to creek. The baby is much better than it was. T. E. Eastin, of Indian Fields, and L. O. Lyle, of Mt. Sterling, the right start in childwere observed among the many hood would have been splendid men court visitors here Monday. today. The splendid men and woButler Barnes has sold his men of the world todtv are not such farm on Hatcher's Creek to Tom by accident nor nid they stumble McCall for $1,100. Butler is un into their enviable position but they decided-wha- t he will do vet. are there through training and Childhood implies a conMr. Wm. Byrns, of Ashland, is visitingln town this week. He flict. In fact ell life is a conflict. It is talking of moving back to is a survival of the fittest in almost, SeWacpHie Ooods. everything The man who is fit for these parts. Nearly evjrjweek day, if not There was a large crowd to the place is the man that the worh) every day, aUh. pierohants of County Court Monday. The Lyle dematids. And if we want our boys girls take their place tho Spout Spring' and Kimbrell have property advertised was bought and rcundtoin life's battlefield at ho in by one of the heirs so we are top one twa otftrec teams here caiefully we oiicht to prepare them hauling bigiliadB of goods to informed. in the days of childhood. And child,, their stores, rfeucK a wholesale Kev. W. W. Strickland is hold-in- hood is the best period to prepare for a series of Hatchdelivery thrauiifiri,ie?e stores has ers creek this meetingsouwill hold the mental, physical, social, m rai week. He fuand spiritual development of become the t'aRi of many observ- - his usual appointment here next ture man or woman In fact itthe thjt is .. . log citizens qfithb towii and the Sunday. only period that we can prepare antl peopje livjngj on. the road bePlease send items in to (he make a success of it Now, we asfc tween these 8$resv mud this city., writer so that he may put in the ourselves, where ara we to bet in tb$ . There are tliw.stores at Spout paper. It helps to make the pa preparation and when? It- is a ree-ognized fact that there ought fliiriftitr Miirt.Vuati.Ut Kinihrll nnrt per more interesting and the splendid father or mother to begii)' ... ...... . Twriter is clad to cet them most, ine an eviueniiy nave with. Without this the tnsk is a harij' The writer saw a brood of lit one indeed but with tiiU the b.ttlfe' tlmllii at- Mr. Luther Kin- - Is tle chickens half pn.A And tbp nexj ihjpnrtaav cai d's atuJPincasUftz last Sn wrj u fhIngTiPtGi8 preparation V th v ine.iinesuepr.t. " grareini to jati Hiiyuutj, ueit iiiiec- Alio lieu home. The home is the foundation stole her nest out in the woods. of religion The church - compoHef" our .eiQi'ieotfirreBpoudprit-- at Mr. John Welch, son of Mr. of'home influences. Thesrhnol inih he Gullet fur .the kuid i eiriarks Welch, who has been some index of the home. Society is th inhas iiiadt about the paper in bis Jack in Alaska was calling ou flection of the home The world time communication to this office this friends in town last week. He is the product of ibe home. wet-k- . The article is too long to expects to return to Alaska in Home i the place where tliehatthjf? ground of life munt be fought The, publish ou arciiun of our limit the near future. , MisS'Mury Lyle has received boy or girl need a splendid fnunda-ed space. We hope some day or tion to build upon and home in tho other to have a larger press, and an offer from Mr. Kobert Friend best place for him to jet it. The, then be able to .accommodate all at Irvine to be hi? stenographer. mother and father must make the Mary has about decided to accept home what it should be. The imthe valuable articles sent in. the place. We wish her much pressions received.in the home meaj) success in her new work. much to the future life of the child. Our Senator at Work. Mr. and Mrs. Morrow have ar- It is almost impossible to change a --Our Senator W. F. Welch has rived in town where Mr. Morrow life after it is set in its wav uni) the thanks of all sober and think- - has accepted a place as habits. The habits and way of th6 i'ng people for the introduction in the Uardwick store. child can be shaped in tbe iiome bet?, of , a bill making it. unlawful to The writer had the wrong name ter than any other place. If they ar use abusive or profane lnnguage in last week's issue for which he not shapei1 here but the parents; oyer the telephone. This should was not responsible. We gladly leave tbem to be shaped on th welcome Mr. aud Mrs. Morrow to streets and around the loafing peachave been- the law, but as our town. ' es and by evil associates you can b t is not.we are glad to know that We regret to announce that sur that the habits will be of a bait, jf was our Senator that started our genial agent Mr. James Shea kind. Most of the loafer of Stanthis measure: shaping. ton has,been transferred to l'loui- - The Jiaye had.that kind uf failed to parents in the home counry. Air. uiing, in Letcher S. M. Mlpel III Shea made us a splendid agent do their duty. Many a father and Considerable anxiety was felt and we wnld like, to have kept mother is wondering today why by the family and friends of Mr. him but his new place is in a way their boy or girl turned out as they p. M. Ma.pel last, week when he pf promotion. A relief man has did. The fault was in the houjp place-tUa Mr. Collins Home was ,not.wiat it ought, to' was Btricken suddenly with acute' taken his can cotue for the regular place. ' have been. The parents did not''' indigestion, but within a short' make it the socia,l center and ho at Clifton Cheney went to Jack-so- tractive and so pleasant a .place" wUiJe ,he .was ' relieved of his last week to buy some cattle that the boys or girls brought their-autfeting and ,is now out of for his farm. Hia brother, associates .apd companions there fort Tribune. and fAmily "will move from a pleasant time. The parents did not their :hnnie' at .Lost Creek in beqome-thchum ,of tlielr.chUdeii Killed hi Automobile Accident. BreathittU-countto the farm nor did they provide pleasure for Lisle lidwardsUnd Buford that Clifton bought. Mr. Tom them that would ;have satisfied apd Cheney and .faniily.have moved at the same time create a desire for two young men of their-faron Hattnn the higher .and nobler .things of life. werei,overtirned in an back to Mr. George Stephens will They fail to think that they themcreek. autonmbile whle returning .from helu tend the farm of Clifton's were young once nd Lexington. Edwards die(l .from with the help of his bovsdnsteud selves good time. Our young crivt-People for a exposure and injuries Hiistained, of moving to a farm in Clark must have an outlet for their fun-- , county as previously announced. loving.IpHtlnots aud unless we parTerhune may nntjlive. i.V Jtii recognized by everybody that ents provide for It in the home and , Word comes frm dacksnn that Childhood is tlin battle ground of make the home the social center id sou u, F. O. Mize, u life. How Important it Ik to .give childhood and make it so attractive child does not want t foriuer rt?sidontef Clay City, has thj child a right stjrt in hfe. To get that the for the street.or.thedoafiiig ' mean the wreK- - leave, it a jr.mg start may fo'iall pox. i pluces, we are losing the greateM a uurse to huinuni. friends nf Mr. Miie wibIi for him ing of a lite and is the. critical period ,opportunity of our life ty. Childhood a speedy and complete recovery. of life and what kind of a Kturt it of the child. Next week gets at this jieriod means more to the writer will develop this matter 'The Kev. Jude?L. F. Mapu the child than at ,anv other period. of pioviding pleasure for the young Ho had a bigi people a little more. Jlkatawa To grow into avpUtndtd man and Mrs. .Mann are-aon hands than be where the JutlgeuaVcondui'tiug a it uiast be developed mentally, ger Job when hi begun this he article. physical'', socially, morally aud thought ntl'iviit llllptIIL'.Sf2l" Hard-wick's g " to-tx- correspqnieiiee is half the life of a local papa, .and the Times is always anxious to get news items every section of of interests-ow- l the county,ror'point8 out of tho county, but contiguous, to Clay City. W are. particularly interested, in sales of real estate, Tops and hvestowwhero an idea is given as to'ihe character of the articles sold'J together with the prices reauxeti itemovais to ana from the coWfitv and mention of out of, neighborhood visitors are also, valuable Items. We are glad tq Qt,a good correspondence. ' fever. We were glad to see Mr. Ben Sewell, of Jackson, in our midst again Sunday. . -- - , ay book-keen- er u " il Ar-th- Ter-hun- J liar-rodsbur- g, m ',fm Asa-Mist- TlieFHiaiiy-Olay-City- iu-th- e devel-'opuie- nt I t orwa-uiHi- It- - '' ' ft The young ladies were then given a seat by n gentlenian'who occupied but one neat, Awhile the gentleman stood dp. We thought rUDLlSHEP KVKUY THURSDAY. then and think iiinv that such a man as that should, not lie allowSubscription rates SI a year or three ed to sit in a car with ladies. years in advance $2. The United States Agricultu-ra- l THE TIMES. for getting liquor from fiieUniU" States but werkl.oppr'ped to removing it frriiTioWi"ty''n"d letting it repialimii another. Their actiiiiis. hovwrnviiicc vMbj they were honest. I t ed Tile whiskey people v .The Clay City National mts the business of all' who value ',V 0 J- - E. Hurghcr, l'ublishcr. second-clas- Entered as s mnil mntter. 5, 1014. Thursday, - - February CLUB RATES. For the convenience of our subscribers, we have club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned: ' The Times and " Cincinnati Enquirer $1.00 " Louisville Herald 1 00 " Home and Farm . 80 " Inland Farmer 80 " Southern Agriculturist 80 Monday a sweeping reduction express rates all over the country was put into etrect. The cut equals nearly CO per cent. The express companies two years ago uaid a cut in two rate would bankrupt them, but see how quickly tiiey cut the rates when they have to. , The same are the conditions of the railroads. They arc talking as the express.conipanies talked five years ago. But if, the Government were to put a competing line of railroad everywhere a railroad is now built and put passenger rates down to one cent ni mile and cut freight rates down to the private owned roads would do the same thing. "Competition is the life of trade," and that is why the sale Of the L. & E. railroad to the L. & N. should be annulled as the (sQate.ponstitutionprovides.uiAll person's-knothat the cost, of mileage books have advanced sfnee the nierger25, and freight rates on lumber and some other timber articles by the car load has advanced 100. And it was this advance on lumber thatcaus-aMr. Geo. Tomliuson to abandon the idea of putting in a large iplauing mill in the old handle .factory building after he had bought the property and completed plans to so do. The merger has worked againstOlay City 's and everyone advancement, knows it. Other towns between Jackson and (Jlay City have likewise suil'ered. in. one-half, d The Times to frequently having occasion to say things against .the various railroads of the State, js glad when an opportunity presents itself to conscientiouly say something for a railroad We read where the Court of Appeals has reversed a lover court which Awarded $8,000 damages to a pas senger. The passenger in ques itiim, it seetuB, had turned the scat hi front of him and persist ed, in holding his feet on the seat. The conductor insisted on turn tug the seat back for other pas aengers to occupy, and ejected the man who wanted to continue to use a seat as a foot stool or keep up a racket about it. The conductor was right. It is too often the case when you enter a car, you 6ee ono pas monger occupying two seats, and we once saw a stout man sittiug ' in one seat with his feet occupy iug the ono in front of him. Two ladies came into tlio car and not lindiug another 6eat asked the young man who was well dressed and had the appearunco of u man of means, to please give them the seat which was occupied only by his feet, lie kept his feet on the seat aud refused to do so. nre'ilp.in arms jigaiust the Hobson nmepd-nienwhjch will, ift enacted into' Department report show that in this country, there are nine hlw, banish whiskey' from the less cattle, seveii less sheep and United States. They are.organ- .One of ing to" tight, it 'hard. three less hogs for every 100 peothan there was four years their greatesfpleas, is thejoss'flf ple ago. Does not this explain why property and employment of perlive stock are so high? The farm- sons engaged in the traffic. ers are not to blame for this. Pity the "man who bemoans They are nothing to the city such a loss. ''Every article com man. The farmer has quit rais- bined in the '"liquor business is ing them on a large scale because loss itself. No. one engaged in be worse off he can make more money follow-in- the business-roasomething else. Let the city than they are when engaged in people give better prices for the traffic. 'Twould bp better to their meats or go to the country be idle than engaged in a busi and produce them themselves. ness that brings eo much misery Or better still let them devise a and poverty to others. plan to cut out the middle man The attention of the Powell The middle mnn gets profit. authorities is called to what was more out of a beef than the farmer does. Regulating the prdf. done in Kenton county last week, & N. railroad was its after the animitls leave the when the L. Aof cheaper fined $750 frir 'blocking grade farm is the secret crossings and falling to provide meats in the city. suitable waiting-room- s in its de A bill has beeu introduced .into pots. This road could have been the Legislature to punish persons similarly indicted iu this' county circulating' derogatory staie- - last fall and similar lines would s ments affecting any .bank, have been furthcoming at the bank or trust company. This March term of Circuit court. The is another good bill, we hope to writer has.notfthe. necessaryevi see become n law Circulating dence, but there are others who false statements about the con unquestionably' have and they dition of a bank has frequently should be summoned before. tie caused bunks to fail when they- grand jury to produce the neces . might otherwise tide over. Two sary indictments, g years ago it will be remembered The greatest, joker of recent that a false alarm was sounded in Clay City, but our bank being years is the game Ktws ot rne then, as now and ever has been State. This law Was prett well as sound and sefe as Gibraltar, observed last year, bUt the. sea son just passed ftAurHCfnHi'j1 Buffered'uodeffects. A gooa oauKiug institution, no respect tor infjiiw.. it. like what we have here in Clay to say that, in, Bus couf.ty at City, is one of the most conven- least, there was ndt one perstjn in ient institutions of a town, and a hundred who was nut hunting it is just as important that the had license as required by law. neijr law guard the good name of the Huntsmen trespassed oil law should be at will. The bank as it is to protect the mon ey iu banks and its property. By repenled or enforced, preferably all means let this bill becopie a the iaiier. law. The Colorado newspaper imn have passed resolutions to support It was encouraging to see how a rate for carfare1 in their eagerly men rushed to sign a pe State. There is but one paper in tition iu the hands' of Elder Paul Kentucky for such u law. Watch Derthick at Stanton Monday. results in Colorado. - We would The petition was to urge our repbe willing, to. wager that the 2- resentatives at Congress to supa law with no port the Hobson bill, which will cent rate becomes delay. A united effortf on the submit to the State Legislatures part of the .newspapers of a State an amendment to the Federal can secure any. needed reform. Constitution to prohibit the man ufacture, importation, and sale. Deafness Cannotbe Cured of liquor in the United States by local applications, as they canMen were seen to sign it with not reach the diseased portion of pleasure who have heretofore re the ear. There I only one vay to fused to aid local optfon. These ci're deafnes, and that is by conmen have always said they uere stitutional remedies. Deafness is. caused by an intlifrqed condition of the mucous lining of th Eustach' ian T,ube.4 When thin tube is you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and when it , is entirely Peafnefs is the result, and unless the inflamation can be taken out und.this tube to Uh normal .condition, hearing will be destroyed, forever; nine cares out of ttnYare caused byj Catarrh, wliich U npthing, but an the Lamp OH inflamed condition .'Jot )e mucous g n -- Courtesy, Safety and Good Me thad s: ' ..Capital. $25,000.00 Surplus,' 6.000.00 Shareholders Liability. 25.000.00 Clay A City ' A, Quarter of National " Bank, CLAY CITY, KENTUCKY. a Century in Clay City. Prepare - for the Cold Weather . By Coming sav-ing- SHIMFESSEL'S ,. i ' ' .1 and buying what comfortpHe clothing you need. to Everything Jj ktr -- you warn an no . II o ain your pocketbook either. Suits for ' en and Boys, . and 'SUITS for n . . iu-a- ir . They are ip Our foil,' fleck fit you out, ii 'ti ntaiul pcttf ' r tradr. f'V-ihsjie be Stvlish too. rid we know we can invite you if t ' 'r ;T , - to MX ' '. ' t wouldn't ueen buying rt;' ' ''" ' 83 , ' price , ' ars. Starck Pianos No Money inAdvauoe SaUsIao-Uo- n Gua- - ranteed Fnotory Prloeb TerniH KonIchI A Saviuii ot SlOO to P A. BTARCH saooFacFrom i(iipiHr tory Direct IN YOUR cloi-ed- OWN HOME We will ahlp you a beautiful tarck Piano (or 20 days' free trial. In youc you will play upon. Use hatne. cash payment required. All we oak la that and test thla piano for 30 daya, Jf, at the end ot that time, you do not And It the highest Krade. sweetest toned and finest nlano In every way. that you have ever' seen (or the money. you are at perfect liberty to send It back, and we will, In that' event, pay tue rroient coin ways, Thla Starck 1'lano must make good with you, or there la no eale. 30 DAYS' FREE TRIAL SIS0.00 er Men Sav Easy Paymmts You pay no cath docn. but after SO days of trial, you can begin payuieot on the lowest, easiest tcrmi ever suggested' by s plana manufacturer. These terms ire arranged to ault your convenience, and It Is possible tor you to buy s ptino for your home, without mlnlrg the money, . . W Saves Eyes 1 that ' -- We ship direct to you Uom our Uetory, at prices tbst Mveyou upwvli et 11(0.00 in the cot of your piaoo. We futrsnUe to furolih you a better pUno for the monty than you on mire tlwwbere. You sre toured of receiving a sttUUctory, lureft .toped ;durable high grtde plao. mnra Imnrtrtarit In Ih home I nun flour, steady lluht. Injure thin bv ecttliur the oil tint burns clear and clean vitluxit it flicker, down to the last dron V- - nrujlvaula crudeoll refined to l ts in inore thin (ha Interior tankwaion oil -- saves MONCY-rasve- s WOlti: jvc ere. Y'xir U.iW ha SOUTH Oil. la barrels dln-c- t from our works. N'nthlnfl Clias. C. Stol! Oil Co. Lexington, Ky. I Hennery at WarreJ.ra. We seU tbs celebrated "No Cub" Auto OIL . i T Hurfaces. We will give One Ilundred Dol lure for any casexif Deafness (caus ed by catarrh) that 'cibpnot bueui ,j cu i... irno r...... uj tinii a iaiuiui iv. uti, urn lor eircufors free. F. J. Chertey .& Co.i'oUdo, O. Bald by druggists "v1$i. Tliko Hall's Faiuiljii'lH" for coi Btlpatlon., Adv. . . ,Tht ruiriuHtl tor .(uanatee bi ft It our t& yrara of plmo experience, and the of an old4ablIt)Kd, rtiepeiulble flaaa' bouse. try StsreK I'Uoo U 1J yrert. back n 2nd-Ha- nd largahs The . Atarax PlayanPlaMS I'lirer-l'lano- a We bave cooatantly on banJ ueJ a' Urge number of and arcond lund pianos of all ttaadard nukes taken la chanite for new Starck Hanoi the beat end most beautiful Player Pianos on the You will be demarket. lighted with the many ex clusive features of these wonderful Initruinents. snd will be pl'iied with the vi ry low prices st which they cin be secured. Starck art and Wayer-Fiano- follow-.In- g vidFraMnsl LassMi are a few sample bargains i Weber' Sttlnway ., Old newspapers for? tale at this otliue. on.yirs ine isMniction. F. A. STAWOK FIAO CO.. To every purtbawr ot Starck Hanoa, w. (ire bee muaio lcMOiia, la one of the beat known spboeb in Cblrtfo. Tbeee lewous you ran ue U your ovm home, ' by (Wall. .TMslfepreamts Chlckerlng KlmbaU Starck $110.00 92.00 80.03 95.00 195.00 Plana book large Send today for our new besutlfully iUustrsted piano laak Frae Send for our Utnt eoiapkts sccoad band bargala list. 1384 SUixk which gives you a amount ot tnlorma-tlo- n regarding plsnos. Title book will Interest I sn, pioase you. nrlto tto.ljy. in B T JUJ&. C1UC Ik 0 -' A Winter Cough. Monday was ground hog day A stubborn, annoying, depress and a most beautiful day it wii9. The sun ' shone tho whole day ing cocginangs on, racKs tnonony, through. Then if there is any- weakens tljo lungs, and often leads thing 'in Mr. Ground Hog's see- to serious Yeeults. The first dose PAPER. A HOMK-MAing his shadow and going back of Dr. King's New Discovery gives dO days more winter it is relief, Henry D. Sanders, of Cav TUUKSbAY, February 5, 1914, for endish, Vt., was threatened with to come. certain consumption, after having pneu Rains the latter part of last monia. He writes: "Dr. King's LOCAL BREVITIES. week brought a tide in the river New Discovery ought to be in evSundav when liundreds of logs ery family; it is certainly the best ' A. D. Snoweu, of Irvine, was came dow n to Brodhead-Garrett'of all medicines for coughs, colds here Monday. saw mill, and the mill started up or lunc trouble." Good for chil Win'. Swope, of McUormick, Monday morning. This is the dren's coughs. Money back if not first time in the memory of the was in the city Tuesdny. satisfied. Price 60c and SI. At oldest inhabitants when the first Gran Hnclfworth litis bcendnid tide following a drouth was so all Druggists. 11. E. Bucklen & Co., Philadelphia .un Rovfirnl'dn vr with the crin. late as February. or St. Louis. "Attorney Chas. F. Spencer The King of all Laxatives. THE SICK. wob here from Winchester FriFor constipation, use Dr. King's We regret to report that there day. New Life Pills. Paul Mathulka. of Ruilalo, N.- Y. , says they are the is no improvement in the condiEdwin Iloso and Thomas Con-- , "king of all laxatives. They are a tion of Mr.0. W. Groves, who is lee returned Tuesday from a now at the Lexington hospital. blessing to all my family and I it to relatives and friends in at home."' Get a He will.be. brought home the lat keep a dox .Madison county. box and get well again. Price 25c. ter part of the week. Mrs. J. J. Curry, who has been Tho'Ladies' Aid of the Motho-dis- t At Druggists or by mail. church will' meet with Mrs. H. E. Bucklen fe Co. Philadelphia in aeciining health tor some months, has been improving niceJVollnier, Wednesday p. m. Feb. or St. Louis. ly for the past few weeks. This lltli; All meiiibjjrs requested to The Oldest family. will be very pleasant news to be present, The oldest living in Kentucky, Mrs. Curry's many friends and The Rev. H. 0. Wright, who doubtless, is the Shells, of Letadmirers. conducted a revival at' the Meth- cher county. The aggregate aces Mrs. Liza; Jane Rucker con odist church in this city a few of the trio is JI27 years. John years ago, died very suddenly Shell, the oldest of the family is tinues very low with typhiod felast week at Worthville. 113 years old; Wm. Shell, the ver. This disease did not origisacond son is 110 years; Miss nate in this city but was b: ought Ellcin informs us that Mary Shell, who was never mar- here from Heidelberg by a broth lie will spend the next thirty ried, is 104 years old. er of Mrs. Rucker who has recov-ed- , The boy was cared for bv several children days ainoni: his Mrs. Rdcker before she was Feel miserable? Beattyville, Olay City, Win-- . at Out of sorts, depressed, pain in stricken down with the disease Chester, Madison county and this the back Electric Bitters renews herself. county. "Uncle" John is one of Horrible Blotches of Eczema. your health and strength. A guarthe "also runs" who can hereQuickly cured by Dr. Hobson's anteed Liver andi diidney remedy. after point with pride to hie if not satisfied. It Eczema Ointment C. P. Caldwell, record without getting the Monev back completely cured Robert Maden, of New Orleang, La., states: "My horso laugh. EstH- Tribune. j of West Burlington, Iowa, who doctor advsiedvine to try "Dr Eezema Salve. " 1 used three suffered from virulent liver trouiile The G. W. Lyle farm on doc. boxes of Ointment and three cukes creek, was offered at Com .for eight months- - After four inissioner's S1e at .Stanton Mon-lu- lore gave him up, be took Lleotrc of 'Dr. Hob'suiWUema Zenia and was bid in at $0,000. Bitters and Is now' a well man. Today I have "gY" "P01 anywhere This is one of the best farms in Get a bottle today; it will do the on my body aiiff.xwn .way I am cur county and is well worth 110,000. same for you. Keep in the house ed." It will dp the sume for you. the way other 'land is selling. for all liver and kidney complaints, Its soothing, healing, antiseptic The only trouble seems to be that Perfectly safe and dependable. Its action will rid vou of all skin hu all the ten thousand dojlar farm results will surprise you. 50e. and mors, blackheuds, pimples, Ecze Co., Phil ma blotches, red unsightly sores, buyers are going to the Bluegruss 81 00. 11. E. Bucklen and leaves jour skin clean and adelphia and St. Louis. jto buy, Guarhealthy. Get a box THE TIMES. w USE HnPfl 11 Li VI MILLS AN UNEXPECTED QUEST 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 line, light, white utid of tempting flavor and a satisfying lucheon can be nude on '.lie excellent bread (with sweet butter) that is made from the Pearl Hour. home-mado DE ' s fee COPVNICMT'APII Ps'--v Made by J. ANDREW CAIN, Versailles, Ky. Ik - . Wh.en in Need 'of j8 Build er s oardware. Cabinet Mantles, Grates, Tiles, T T 1 Cookimg or Heating Go to or Write Stoves, Ex-jail- Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, A- ofli-ci- al Hob-son- '? Winchester, - Ky. Hard-wick'- s v, sW .T. Hardwick & Co.'s to-da- Come to Our Store And. let us show you anteed. All Druggisto, o0u.. or by mail. Pfeiffer Chemical Co, Philadelphia & St Louis. Hay (or Sale. Bufed timothy.' clover, oats and peuvines, by or the bale, the ton or Apply at this otlh-e- . carload. Clearance what a niue line of goods Notion--, we carry.', Our stock of Dry rioods, ' Groceries, Hardware, Clothing, S'hoes and etc. is replete with " TREES! Fruit, and Shade, Shrubs, drape Vines, Peonies, Phlox, Rhu-birRoses, etc., etc. b, sale. IF YOU I v WANT TO SAVE MONEY READ THIS. We are : ; Variety, Style and Quality. - Everything lor overstocked in some lines, and in order to close them out before getting our Spring slock in will give greatly reduced prices on these lines. The following tells you what we will do. ORCHARD. NO AGENTS LAWM and GARDEN. THIS COMBINED WITH FREE CATALOGS OROWERS OF WHAT WE SELL. 1841 1913 O.UU Low Prices ll H. F. Hlllenmeyer& Sons, Lexington, Ky. fct inhel It in vnnf ltitmjtft tn irtl'n nu ti mill I filifir nf be- - Vv' i$ your trade. We strive to please our customers .. cuuse we know satisfied customers are our best assets. OAIMTAb HTOCK, HUUl'fcUB AND lMtOFlTH. sOOO.OOO UOO.OOO Yours to please, r I WiNgiiKS'iyaK Bank. uvl Wino'iihtkh. Ky. 1 a WALDRON & JOHNSON, K W. It. fcl'UAU. i.uuperyara and boys dress l.iu, goods. 80c, 25c dress goods 19c. 10c flannelette 8c, 10c ducks 8c. 10c outing cloths 7c, Women's and Muses' Trimmed Hats and Hats at half price.' $4.25 "Qjjeen Qyality" Slices at 3.25. 3.50 "Queen Quality" Shoes' at 2.75. We handle The Bain Wagons and get them by the car load, and can give you closer prices than dealers who do not handle wagons in car lots. If in need of a wagon don't fail to get our price, and if you don't know the wagon we will tell you of some home people who are using them and who can tell you about them. We are slill selling Eldean flour at $2.60 per hundred. 65c for 24 lb. sacks, sugar 4.75 per hundred or 20 lb. for 1.00, roasled coffee, 16c per pound. We have one only $35.00 Sewing Machine gees in this Sale at '22.50. Now is your chance and here is the place for genuine bargains. ready-to-we- Men $16.00 Overcoats go at 9.50. $12.50 Overcoats at 7.50, $8.50 Boys' Overcoats at 5.50, $7.00 ones at 4.00. $4.50 ones at 2.5d. 20.00 Men'sSuits at $13.50, 18.00 Suits at 12.00. 14.00 Suits at 9.00. Boys' Suits at about the same 12.50 Suits at oSO, 8.50. Suits at 5.00. cent. cut. Men's $3.50 Hats at 2.00 and 2.50. 1.50 young men's Der nr tn r rr I .Z 3 caps at ojc, aress caps at 1 1 ' iff O.VMUIKI1. wzutersvme, ivy., .gj C: YOUK ACOJIUNTH HOUOI Sji.ij.y; 2p i'M!n:;x; r,"q.'Lxx'jtw Hardwick & Co., Stanton. I f j Belle and BilHelliermiytnua fr.nu St. Helens, Mr. Harry Russell, ' Kverett Owen called on his from Clay City, and' Mfss Beat Make Your Wet Land Productive. .1. I'lowers, of Columbia, Ky., and Annie Curtis. best girl at Kosslyu Sunday. rice Baker from Heidelberg over 'By- tire use of druin tilp you cni. Dr. Flowers has built up a large (if Snow Wil- Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Marion Curtis, Mr. O. L. Sullivan, froni turn that low, wet, useless, swam- practice in Columbia in a few Creek, was calling on friends liamsburg, is visiting relatives at py field into the most productive years but abandons it for a largo spot on your farm. Godd tile, field. He is JS0 years old, in the Gray's Branch. Bowen. heje Sunday iifternoon. properly placed, not only carrie oil rjr.me Of a vigorous manhood, Mrs. II. M. Curtis, Vada and Sunt Hall, of Patsy, has been surplus water, it 'admits air to the audit is enough for my friendu Misses Betsv Bowen and Celia Master Thomas Curtis visited Tipton enjoyed a Hying trip to working here this week. soil and makes it easy to work. to say that I have chosen him'as Mrs. E. D. Curtis at Virdeu one Stanton Friday It improves any soil. The Inereace my professional associate L. D. James, of Eilson, was. in in the value of the land is many day this week. M. S". Browne, We enjoyed a very interesting camp the first of the week. time the cost of thti tile The first sermon Sunday and Sunday night H. . Crabtrep,.!of Clay City, year's crop from tiled land pays Genet. delivered by Rev. Strickland; the came up on a business trip Mon for it. Any body can do the work successfully. Write for particuBorn, to the wife of Walter "wild Irishman". day. lars or cpll at our plant. ; Smyth a daughter. RICHMOND. KY Miss Mary Kmma Bowey enter John Amburgy, of Middle- . & Tile Born, to the wife of M. D tained S.iturday niuht in hnnor'nf A Training m mti-- i vlsitiiig friends Red River Brick town, Oluowas uh n Adams a daughter. School for Teachers her sister, Miss Betse-y- , who left here this week. Company, ' Llf fltV 'rt Monday for school. Born, to the wife of Dillard PuMI VftlU It Tom Brown, our' boss tramroad STANTON PpvV School tt KentMckr. KENTUCKY Cmirwt il Sniyth a son. tic Several of the Bowen people builder, is visiting in Perry rlrrn!ld dor bolntMK. T Mrs. nMv buMli - , Bor m!torif. new Mel lohool, 0 hold on. here, there are enjoying a visit, from couutv this week. over ee YEARS' Mina Tipton and her daughter, ,wtsn't "nary imthern". EXPERIENCE l" JelF King, a workman here, rtottUmn April Bam Irvine. ,Trtt, CiUlof ' J. II. Howell, of Furnace, ha Miss Celia, of near j took a severe pain! in one of his School opened here Jan. 12th yes Friday, andjiad to jro out 'lias moved to the farm that ad joins the postoffie. Mr. Howell with Miss Bessie Curry as teachto see a doctor. is? an excellent moral citizen and er. Every one appreciates this tine of Powell county's leading Ed Bryant, ofClark county, I flADE MARKS teachers. Wfe welcome Mr. How move in the educational lHu. DESIGNS was up to see us one night this ell to our community and wish COPYniGHTS Ac Misses Betsey Bowen and Lilly week. He formerly worked here, Anmni6ndinir a klrh and dMCiintlonmsT we had more like him comiii. wneiner an Knox left Monday for Richmond, and'his friends wore glad to see qniCKir ucerutui cinr opinion ires Contmnnlr. naliUteglsB turentlon Is probablrpAtentablfl. lutrred. Hrnd rl hhoto. for tlonaatrlctlrcouOdenthU. onPatenu where thev will attend school un- him once more, f itrntpraetRIPORTcit out free. Oldest aseocr foraecurlnjr patent!. rntz clnnlTi'!j. ' Ice ). SPOUT SPRING. Patent taken tbrooah Mtxnn A Co. reeelte til June. We very much regret Aus Noland,'wKos severe ill Sid Townsend and J. T. Writiht to have these young ladies leave M Ataat lavr'nml SciCHUfic jHincricnti, ness we noted last week, is get A handiomelr Ilfnttrated weeklf. 7wot dr. Attended county court at Stan our iniust. , enUUou of any aciantldo Journal. Term a, $3 a rearr foarmonttiff $L 8oM by all newadealers. ting along fine, though the docton Monday. E. P. Moreland entertained, a MUNN & Co.36jBNew York tor $ayj become time behlnylon, D. C.J Bj03 Seventh Ct., "'"'Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Byrd lively bunch Wednesday night. fore he can beginHvork again. were Misses visited relatives at Winchester AnoiiK.' he guests Tipton, Bes Beidev Bowen. Celia Townsend Bros., of Patsy, in k few days last week. sieHJurrv, and Messrs. Levi and Estill, have finished .up their job "'""'-'- " ''""""" 1" J,';W FOR nAW FURS AND IIIDti. H. F. Christopher sold last Yyrk Frazier. Mr&?m2i of log hauling with the Brodhead-Garret- t BJ BJ kAV Wool on Comoilttlon. Writo lor price' aB Bowen seems to be on the boom. week 80 head of nice yearlinj: Hit nenUontad thl xi. Co. and are.now working We verv often fu?e voung men of cattle to his brother, T. S. SaUbllihed 1837 with their teams 'for the Dana come in of Clark co ih.v fur $1,. the ueighboriiood welNloadeii from Lumber Co. in the woods near JOHN WHITE & CO. louisv.lle.ky. suit Winchester with 400.00. cases, the contents oi which is here. McKinney sold a bunch only known to a few. All can Rev. Heekiah Branson, a of shotes to Matt Brandenburp guess, welLknown preafier from furtor ceuts. Owen Patrick sold Miss Lilly Knox entertained iH "WATCH IT BUB IM ill ther up in the 'hills, was here a also a bunch to.same party at day;or so this weeUaWpreached a. same price. tew Bermons torusAtle'waa wen ..Several interested in good pleased with his .vjfctand will be nads met on Plum creek hill Here'.u liniment that Isguaninteed back again some these days. IK itlG to relieve all aches, or' you get back rjie6day and hualed considerable '"yourmon'ey. crjck and filled up a very bad . The boys here sepd greeting to mud hole. May the good work Clay their fellow workmen at tfeuralfiia, BackHeadache, continue until all our roads are We ten mi haw. knd Olvbeft market trices. We are dealtri: estahlUhed City, and congratulate them on u.t in passable condition. ? n 18M andean do BBTTER for you ache, Rhiumatism, Sore man agents or connowioa the coming of the Ipgs to start Shotes for Sale. Rcfertn.es any bank in LouTeet. Corfts isville. Write for weekly price list. the singing of the saw and turn , 10 nice cattlu shotes, Weight M. SABEL 4 SONS a st re; i in of dimes and dollars in and other paln quickly yield to "the about 70 pounds. M ""HI - 10UISMI& IT. goothing influence of this wonderiul Dtaliri Mtuiu, niuca, nuuu to their well fed "homes. They Jordon Burnett, remedy. say they'll keep the big whistle Spout Sprinsr. Ky. tooting, morning nbon and night. oriey Sack sk for .Your if the tides keep on coming and If If it falls to relieve any acheIn" any their axes do not lose the edge. art of your body In HfteQn minutes ime tide came The down Saturday night from the 50c at druggists, or by mall, postpaid. eRHEUMATISM tX upper reaches of the . t.O)IUtm.BACKACH&. 4 K tributaries, and the boys werH Bourbon Rtmtdy Co., 3wMJ.K:uaietcrMU busy a.s bees all day Sunday; for W tim m f lexiNuton, K. the ax was very much in evidence where the big jams reared and. rolled, as the well.regulated ox is sure some time to do. But they found the keys to.thp jams mid soon the. river ;was 'full of all bound sorts and conditions swiftly down grado J'pr the booms We are here to give you Gash-Priceon ev-- at Olay City, whore we under erything or Country Produce in Exchange, standthethey are quietly .waiting. tor subsequent proceedings Mr. Keith' and half a dozed All goods low in price, A full line of Men!s ! splendid hands, came up froni Ail For Tkree SuBuaers Mrs. Vin- - beliqve woulit have died If' I ' hadn!t taken it. to liolpjianil uiu val- that cekt Was Uaable to Attend to f i.mt place along-th- way, fol After tI began taking. Cardul, I was. Hats, "Liberty Special" a good brand Hat for service t llynig 'logs till lowing Any ef Her Hoasewerk. greatly helped, and all three bottles re$2.50. The latest style. will pay you f they- were sifely landed. lieved me entirely., ' I fattened up, 'and grew so much For Sale"; to come to our store now. We need your Pleasant Hill. N. C-- "I sullered for stronger in three months, I felt like anSweet clover seed'," white and yel farmers prices. three summers," writes Mrs Walter other person altogether." trade and will it will be appreciated. Here low bloom, E.atPrudy; Vincent, of this town, "and Uie third and Write to R. Cardul Is purely vegetable and Miss Fannie Abnoy spent Sunday iti'terncen with Misses Cora (LAST WKKK.) - Vaughn's Mill. UOWUN NBWS. M rs. Russell, JNancyeand baminy, Farm Drain Tile 'Notice to Public shall open by ollicc for active practice January J, and slialT have as a partner Dr. Woodrofl I , . . IS? MftVtti'Ss H m n V Tt T, ME HANDBOOK - 0.SWf;t 4C0.I niR$ AND lilDE-- 1 Chn-toph- er, THINK OF IT ' 1 SUSS I 1 t Z"L-- '- long-looked'f- RED HOT SALE. wide-sprea- d -- V 1 19 Your Gain and Our Loss. s COULD SCARCELY of-loga i t WALK ABOUT 1 -- e . the-fas- It - ." , . we are Jews but American born. ' gentle-actin- g. Fuluiouth, Ky. Come .on with Your Orders, we will sell You Merchandise at as low margin as anyone can. Timber forliale. About 250 acres .ol white oak, black oak, pine, popjar, hickory, . Iynunnd etc. A. J. Bar net (, SjiouSpriiig, Ky, ILowe & Crowe, t Hor Sale My farm of 20 Korea at Kim. brell, Ky , iiitlinlitifcJntore ' hpuao and stuck of goods.jFor 'further particulars call on orAwrite W. 'O. Patrick, PostmusterJKimbrell, Ky. last time, was my worst., I bad dreadful nervoiK headaches and prostration, and was scarcely able to walk about. Could not do any of my housework. I also had dreadful pains In my back and sides and when one of those weak, slaking spells would come on me, 1 would have to give up and lie down, until It wore off. I was certalaly In a dreadful state of health, when ' 1 finally decided to stry Cardul, the woman's tonic, and I (irmly Its ingredients have a mild, tonic elfect, on the'womanly constitution. Cardul makes for increased strength, improves the appetite, tones up the nervous system, and helps to mikp pale, sallow cheeks, fresh and rosy; Cardul has helped more than a million weak women, during the past 50 years. It will surely do lor you, wha lt has done for them. Try Cardul today. K . . Writ tot ClutUnooe MtJlclnt.Co, UJIh AJ. tlruclunit on luur ctv and ("''ll'jm.