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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): February 12, 1914 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1914 cla1914021201_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.): February 12, 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. 0 TIE, $1.00 n TIMES. We are here "to Tear in Atlvane; help 'Clay CUynhe Surrounding Conntry an J Ourselves. I. E. IJurghcr, l'uhlishcr. VOL. XIX. NOW FOR IMPROVED ROADS. CLAY :CITY. Kj THURSDAY, .anti-pjis- FEBRUARY" J2. 19M. STANTON NEWS. NO. 7 Aatt'Piin BUI Passes. s The bill passed the at, House of Representatives " Aid bill before the Legislature, a map of by Frankfort yeerday .... a .vote . of has been drawn showing proposed routes for improved highways of . . . '."v,. the State. The prdpnsed roads Ojll radiate fr'o'm county scatij, nnfl hu to D, ana win most niceiy later pa,8s tjie Senate. nq county seat will'have less than four, excepting in' border and none of them will 'haw less than three, of the iimpr'oved . In speaking for the, bill Matt highways. There is not a one of these roads shown through' Clay Walton the Lexington RepresenCity, though we are sure wo;vil get the one corning from Stanton tative said that he had been b'Vie arrogance of the Winchester, and possibly more. The Times is for the proposiL. & N". Raifnad; that only dav tion anyway, for we are not selfish. If wo cannot get a road and our neighbor chn we are glad to see our neighbor get what we can- before yesterday two officials of not get bat want so bad. The map shrin's one from Stanton .to Mt. the Inters ate Commerce Com Sterling; from Stanton to Winchester; from Stanton to Irvine; mission had been thrown out of from Stanton to Campton, and from Stanton to Frettcnbn,rg, five in the offices 6f,,he railroad in LouarC What would Stanton be with all of these highest qtfafity turn- isville; and flfat Senator Luke pike's? We believe when the time comes to build them, the pike Lea, of Tennessee, had called from Stanton to Winchester will sure come through Clay City, and. upon Congress for an investigaHelieve further that the ones to Mt. Sterling and Irvine will also tion of the t.A; N. in Tennessee. 'I am sorryjto see even a memcomo via Clay City. This would give Clay City advantage of four of the five roads. But if there is not n one comes through Clay City ber f the Stale Railroad Commission whd.ts appointed tn upwe are for'the plan just the same. hold the int&ests of the State, TIip following facts are.published : who is sQSpted of having a 0,200 Total number of miles to connect all county seats connection vith the L. & N. $4,000 Average cRf per mile Railroad alsH standing outside $24,800,000 Total cost fif construction the door of tljis House building Kentucky, pavs $5 per thousand. Would pay $5.50 per thou- holding whiskered conferences sand with Slate aid. Arkansas, $21.70; Washington, $3(5 80. Ken- with the nieiffbers." tucky is one of fourteen States that hnR unbonded debt. MassaMr Walton did not mention chusetts lino a bonded debt, of $110,00,000; New York', $80,000,000; anv name, aiilr we me ver anx- Tennessee, $11,000,000, and Virginia, $0,000,000. lous to know?w horn he alluded Kentucky has 20,000,000 acres of land and a property value of to, yet we ar.v8ure we can make $1,2QO,000,000 taken on a 60 per cent basis. ' a good gue'sstOf course ii wasn't 5c on the one hundred dollars State- tux-o$600,000 our Green, auJHhat's why guess. lllg IS SO &S,vj& Kentucky's part of the $25,000,000 proposed Federal ap- priatinn is 588,000 conn-tics,, f County tax ..... - ood Luck. v r J $1,1851,000 v - We 8enl mil 'Huueinents to ev ery subscriber i,f83,000 had for Jan 1, IF $24,800,000 divided by $2,806,000 equals 11 years' time requir-oto construct the system. Increased value of land and the value of the system to the d State can not be estimated. Death of Charlie Uroves. Mr. Charlie Groves died at a Lexington hospital Tuesday after-nooat 1:45 o'clock after a long and painful suffering from Htn.xiii. He was taken to the hospital about three weeks ago where it was first thought there was a chance for his recovery. The remains were brought to tlnV.'ity Wednesday morning and ' taken to the home of Mrs. Jennie Russell, where funeral services were conducted in the afternoon by the Rev. Ohas. Q. Mann, of, The the' Presbyterian church. body was buried in the local A large number of friends gathered- to honor the last rites ovVr the body of a man who was very popular with all who knew n loco-mo'lI As a Woman sees It. Mrs. Cora Wilson Stewart ed- itor the Mountaineer published at Mnrehead sensibly remarks: Representative J. J. Huff's bill, providing for skirts to be inches in width, shows at least, a wholesome interest in moral and physical welfare of the feminine sex. Mr. Hun" is a mountain man, and naturally modest and possessed of a high sense of decency. That he should be shocked by seeing women (tobble along at a gait which the Chinese even cannot imitate, hampered by narrow skirts, is no wonder, and his spirit of freedom for which mountaineers are notod, very naturally set to work to free the poor, fashion-bounmortals who had not courage or sense enough to free themselves. Mr,- Huff is ued to seeing women wear clotheV enough ib' keep them warm and enough to keep them covered. Tlie clothes may not bo ip the newest cut for up here in the mountains we still believe that clothes were first designed for comfort and use, and that is the purpose to which wo are still adapting, them. If Representative Hull", from Poorfork, Harlan county, has not given the scantily-clawomen of the cities a rebuke, we do not know a rebuke when we Bee or hear one. The bill deserves to pass just to sliow woman that all men do not admire the ridiculous fashions to which wo have permitted the fashion makers to subject us. thirty-on- e d responded by paying up all nr- rearatres and 75 of these piid for one year in advance. Five dinew scontinued, but thirty-twsubscribers have taken their place. The total amount paid in besides the new subscribers is $08.85. This may not sound good to siime of our big Bluegrass exchanges, but how many mnun tain papers can beat it, their patent 'sheet features to tin notwithstanding. Besides Powell county is a ver small county, having only 1,864 voters. We have come to the conclusion after all that there is worse placBut one es than lint, county. thing is lacking and that is good roads, and we are going to get them. o vim-trary, - Be Vaccinated. cem-eter- y. - him. Deceased is survived by a wife and little son. He lias three s Irving, Mrs. J. M. Kennon, of this city; Mrs. J. R. MeDan-ojl- , Ky., and Mrs, B. B. Self, of Lexington, all of Whom were Here to attend the funeral. sis-torw, Letcher county will follow the pr,idcdvqx,amplo of Powell and spend $15,000 in building bridges in that county. Powell has LetcheY The State Senate h,as pased tho Frost bill, amending the county untit local option law so that it will require only 25 per cent, of the voters of each p'reciuct as at Mr. aud Mrs. James B. Hall, present, Thej?vote was 24 to 12 Lexington, attended the fun. of 'Don't forget this ollloe for job in favor of thelmeastire. It now eral of Clurlie Uroves here work. ttoes to the House. county ever have. But by the. way, Powell needs two mpro bridges to complete the bridge making job and we expect these to be built befoi'e the year fourteen ends, neveKhkd occasion to regret the expenditures on any one of its saveri bridges and neither will d The small-posituation in the Bluegrass cities and the upper counties has become so serious that it is well for Clay City people to look to iheir own protection. The statistics show that there has not been an instance in Kentucky since 1808 that a prop erly vaccinated person has ever Prop taken a case of small-poxoutlined by the er vaccination State Board of Health requires that three points of reliable vi rus be injected into a clean arm one inch apart. The Board assures us that any person so vaccinated will not take the disease though they may be directiy ex posed. Thus it will pay Clay City people to be vaccinated without delay,,. x ,. f If. Mrs. Doll Blunt and son and her daughter Mrs. Anna Melroy Mr. Wm. Byrns returned to were called to Clay City last week on account of tne serious his.liome at Ashland Saturday. illness of Mrs. Blurit's brother, Mrs. Mary Atkinson1 Was a Mr. Pettit visitor in Winchester last week. Mrs. D. R. Clark lost a solid Mr. J D. Atkinson was in gold breast pin of a wish bono Lexington this we6k on business. design with settings in it.. Any-on- e Mrs. Mollie Crawford, of Jackfinding it will please return son, is visiting her parents this it to her as it is valued more for wek. its memory than value. A reRichard Crow is our new mail ward will be given to the finder. carrier from the depot to the Mr. N. C. Burkhart, of Mt. postoflice. Sterling, was in Stanton over Mrs. Svlvia Russell, of St. Sunday stopping with Burnam Helens, was in town last Friday Skidniore He is thinking of locating in our county and has unon hushies. der consideration a proposition Dr. J. E Lemming has been from our banker, Mr E. H. Fullspending days in Cinciner. We shall be chut to have nati this week and last. him move here. Mr. T Powell, of Hatchers Mrs. Logan Turner whose husCreek, made a business trip to band has been working on the Mt. Sterling last week. new extension of the L & E. but Mr J. H. Hardwick. of who has bought him a farm in is in town this week Florida was a visitor in our town looking after his business. last week. She had been visiting lipr father. Mr Enoch Green, on Dr. I W Johnson bus the lot of Mr. Wm. Byrns where Spruce Branch, in Montgomery his house burned down a few county, and was on her way to join her husband. months ago. Our new depot agent has arThe writer attended the Ministerial Association of Central rived and assumed his port of d Kentuckv which met at Lexine duty. Mr Jimmie Shea a high standard of effiton Monday. ciency as a depot agent and won The Auditor of the Louisville many friends with his crnrteons S JNashviMe Kailroau was in ways and we trust our new agent dav of this week. will be liked as well. His wifo Mrs. Eversole's brother visited and child came with him 'Mid at their home this week. We they will live in Mr. Morgan have not learned his name or Lyle's house. where he is from. As stated last week we must Messers Robt. Blackburn, Nel- provide legitimate amusement son Blunt, John Burgher, and for our young people. Young Mr Eversole dropped in on their people the world over demand it, families over Sunday. and unless we provide the ri'iht Mr. aud Mrs. Henry Morris' kind of amusement and enterdaughter of Middletown, O. has tainment anil take an interest in returned to her home after a them ourselves, they will seek out such places at the pool room, visit with her parents here. the dancing hall and other places Miss Lizzie Hancock, of Richof like character. "Amusements mond, Va., and a niect of Wm. iuiperalivelv demandar just Hardwick is visiting her many ed b a human beiuu u rest und friends and reletives in Stanton. oil are demanded," eavs a writ, magazine. "It i Mrs. Sis Hall is in Lexington er in a recent a siuuular thins that while lawvisiting her son, S. D. Hall, and makers and moralists give ureal family. She will then go to Mt. attention to conditions of work Sterling to visit her other son Ab they seem to have untliim; con strnctive tn say about play. Hall. all they have to say about Hat-toMr. Ephriam Hattnn, of amusement is: "Don't.'' When Creek, who was taken to the forms of recreation seem immorhospital at Lexington to be oper al, they are quick tn crv out them; but they fail to see ated on for appendicitis returned that the only possible way to home last week. cure the evil is to substitute the Rev. M. P. Lowery, of Win- - good " And so we must substii'b Chester, was in our town last tute something that yet better and will meet more uplifting and week looking after tho erection tho needs of the young people if of a monument for Mrs. Weaver we are to keep them out of these who died recently at Clay City. other places. The sopools all o- ver the county should ho opened hnd the up and bo made attractive Mr. Harlow Norton winmisfortune tn run a nail in the ter and summer. Hero social fleshy part of his hand and he circles might meet, lectures be 'moving pictures of the has suffered very much with it. deli right kind given, reading and It fs some better at this writing. debuting clubs formed. Concerts spelling Mr. John Welch, and his wife could be provided, matches and declamation con. of Alaska who have been visiting tests held. Of the you us people Mr. Welch's parents at. Rosslyn could meet. In the homes nnd and their many friends, have gamps indulged in'. Tho 6choolk started on their return to Alaska. all over the country are going to be made the social center of u Mr. Kelley Fulks is in Win community, iiiuW'q heroin Pow chester this week on business. ell County ought to begin the air In lown the school He has been very busy at Camp- itation. ton Junction getting out ballast house as a social center is doimr for tho young peoplo of for tho railroad tho past few wonders that state, and other states aro weeks. are eagerly copying it. Win-Cheste- r, main-taine- a- - uf n vc'-od- , THE TIMES. PCIILISHEP KVKKV THURSDAY. Subscription rates 81 a year or three years in advance' $2. J E. litirnhcr, 1'ubllshcr. Entered as second-dn- s mall matter. Thursday, February 12, 1914 CLUB RATES. For the conveninnnn nf mir siili scribers. we havu r.rrnnp-fl- rlnh r.itp with the following papers at price? oeiow mentioned : The Times and " Cincinnati'Enquirer $1.00 1 00 Louisville Herald Home and Farm 80 " Irdund Farmer 80 " Southern Agriculturist 8f Th'e Times bus been invoked to lid in securing the passage of certain bills looking to the a tnendment nf the State Gonstitu .ion so that convicts can be work ed on the public roads. We re fuso to render ,tny such service nnd state why. When tht L &E. Railroad was built to Clay City convict labor used, it then being law to work them out of prison walls, Jtnd such an unpleasant life it ?H8 to live near where they Vorked. The convicts then wore 8tripes, and one or more were continually escapingthe guards. And would of course be a desperado in the county. His first effort would be to steal a suit of K'loihes, then .next to steal a .horse to getaway. The writer 'can remember how excited life 'jvac in those days, how often !onie home would be entered and jtclothin .stolenand .how. often .fioiiie. farmer's liorse would be atnlen or ridden a good ways frotn home. Conditions were so extremely bail with convict labor out of tin prison walls, that the chauge in the Constitution to keep them in the walls was one of its strongest features. It would now be u great deal worse than then. This measure passed by vote last fall, because older people had forgotten how bad conditions were when convicts were let out of the walls, and because the very youugerset cannor reiiiemuer. it will Ue a great aeal worse if they are put on the highways than it was when they worked on the railroads. By all men us deliver us from such a law. Ava8 -- way. Now, will anyone bo jail6tl nry courtesTesYiiuvv passed around' if a steal is proved on the other to the newspaper frate nity,' side? would be n 'decided improvement1 in tho right direction. I'ost master General lliirlefon is energetically urging Congress tf Soveral years ago a tenant on. pass the bill authorizing the Gov a neighbor's farm stood in an ag eminent to tako over the entire gregatipn of neighboring farmers. Wants the business of all who value telephone aid telegraph system who were each lamenting the, of the country. 'All parts of the loss of soiiio of their meat on the country are approving this rec account of tho continued wnrm oinmeudation on the part of the weather. After listening to theirPostmaster General and thou- troubles for a time tio old man sands of letters are pouring ui to said, "Well, thank the Lord Congressmen and Senators from had none to lose." all parts of the country urging Capital, - $25,000.00 The gas troubles of our neigh them to support tho proposed bors at Mt. Sterling and Win Surplus, 6,000.00 measure, Only a few years ago nhester give us consolation in the Shareholder Liability,' 25.000.00 Great Britain took over the tele partial words of. our old neigh phones of the British Kingdom bor, "Thanks, Qlay City has no and they have rendered much gas to give us trouble." better service and at much less CLAY CITY. KENTUCKY. A good bill has been introduc cost to the public than when op A Quarter of a Century in Clay City. erated by private enterprise ed into tho Legislature in the Nearly all of Europe now owns form of a proposed chauge of the and operates the telegraph and law so that a Mrgisterial district telephone, and we are several can voto a road tax and improve years behind them in this re its roada where the county vote spect. These things are tnttural fails. This bill deserves special monopolies and should be run in support because frequently good the interest, of the public like roads in this way would start in the postollice department instead one end of the county and quick-- ' of in the interest of the stock ly fly to all partBof tho county. By Coming to holders as nt present. It is not right tor uuprogressive portions of a coutity to lipid in Ir. now seems-tha- t the check the more public spirited hill will pass the Legislature. It sections. is riuhr rnat it snouiu. A railPresident Hmiii seems deter road puss has purchased indirectt mined ly many officers that money to leave die piogressivt touch. The railroads never party with iictiuug much to do, and buying what comfortable clothing you need. Everything live away anything but what but endorse hi Jt-- ucts. they expect, something more val to kerj you warm, and not drain your pocketbook either. Speakiim l intt-- i locking direi uablo in return, and if the pass- 'jiner" continue es issued to the officers and news torates, can't paper men of the State did not to be an officer in 'nine Indies at .yield handsome returns the roads once? would hayo long before this quit Deafness Cannot be Cured AK issuing tnem. it is time to un- by local applications, as Hiey for' muzzle the public's representa- not reach the diseased ,orti. 1 tives and let them shed light and the ear. Tlit-rotilv one way t work for the poeple instead of so cure dc is,bycQri many laboring for the success of stitut ionul reniwlh Deafness is They are made to fit and to be Stylish too. the roads at an unfair expense of caused by an Inttaintd condition, of the people. the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube. When tbis tube ia inIf the bill passed by the Legis- - flamed you Imve h tumbling sound Our full slock is subject to your inspection and we- know we can lature against pistol toting is fin- or imperfect liei.rii.j:, and when it fit you out in what you need, or we wouldn't invite you ally placed upon our statute . Deafness is the prison is entirely eir-edbooks and is enforced, tho The Clay City National Courtesy, Safety and - J Good Methods.! Clay City National Bank, i Prepare for the Cold Weather anti-pas- s V SHIMFESSEL'S Suits for Men and Boys, CU and SUITS Women and Girls., can-no- i I - t, . - walls will soon be filled to over flowing or else we will have a more peaceable and orderly Commonwealth. The bill assesses a fine, imprisonment and disfran chisement for two years for the first conviction of carrying con cealed a deadly weap.iii, anil for the second ofFense the accused must serve a term iu the penitentiary. But few will hazard the risk of disfranchisement and then a term in die. penitentiary for the gratification of carrvinu May the The consumers of gas at Mt. the bravado security. law speedily become ellVciive. Sterling, Winchester and Lexington are complaining. of high Jan The LeuKlature should p'lr-uary gas bills. The increase in luw compelling the various mil bills being about 100 over Deroads of the State to publish the cember, though December was a time cards of lines in every counmuch colder month than Janu- ty paper through which county ary. It lonKs as if these lullfthe roads run, particularly tho must have been made out the arrival and departure of trains at first of the mouth In anticipation every station in tho county, and of the cold month predicted by the connections to be had with some of the famous weathei other roads and divisions along prophets. Don't blame the gas the direct lino running through men, but place the bamc on the the county. Some advertising weather prophets for forecastiuc done at tho cash outlay of the a cold January. The bills must, roads instead of the compliment of course, bo made 'out indue time, a lie infiamation result, and unlt-i-can lie takn out nnd this tube to its noimal condition. h to come and trade where you have serviceable goods at past twenty-fiv- e been buying prices for the earin. wilt forever; y. nine cases out ,.f ten are caused by Catarrh, which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces. We will give One Hundred Hollars for,any case of Deafness (entiled by catarrh) tlmt cannot be cur ed by Ilallfs Catarrh Cure. Sew for circulars free. F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, 0 Said by Druggists, 75o. ' Take Hall's Family Pills Tor con- stipation. Ai'v. Read This war Starck Pianos inAdvauoe LowcutNet Ho Money Sntisfoc-(io- n Guar-nutoo- tl Fa ot or 1'ricoH S A Torum Snylnjl ot Foc-toi- i IN - and spd if there' m not some of the papers below thut you want. II you are paid in advance for the Times and want one of tne papers mentioned below, mhtract 60 vents from the amount and send us the difference. The Times and u Daily Courier:Jpurnal,:K.'50 " " Lexington Leader ,tf 75 ' Kventng;Po8t and ' .V.J-- ' n"- lrge wall map, 1 00 - Weekly Knqujrfr. P A. 'STAftCK raitiOniT 100 to SUOO y Prom Direct Y0VR OWN HOME in We will shin you a beautiful Btarck Minn far in .inv.' t- No cash payment rsaulred. All we auk U that you will play upon, use and teit this piano for 30 days. If. at the nd of .that tlmo. yort do not nnd It the Highest grade, sweetest toned and finest nlnno In cvn' wnv. iiiiii v,.m avp ur um juu.uio jii t."br,y to aendjt liack.utiO we will. In that. This Ktarclc Piano must make good with you,' or (here la no sale. homo. 30 DAYS' FREE TRIAL pii h. Sava $150,00 er Mere We ihlo direct to rou from our facta rv. mt h., vni. unuiui nf ,1 Kn ttft I.. ,1.. cott of your pliuo. We cutniDtce to furnlth you a better piano for the money than you can secure elsewhere. You are suured of ricelelne a tatta factory sweet toned durable hla-- trade piano. Essy Payments You pty no roth down, but titer SO . I 4.1.1 .. Mt, eniiut terroi ever ucintej by pluul iiiituuiKciurer. iiiese icrni are smngeti to suit your courcnleiice, nj It U pcwilkle (or, nrfa .... ltji " OhioFarmer,McCallVitcl.25 " Home and Farm, ,80 " " Southern Agriculturist, .80 Inland Farmer, .80 Daily Stnte Jfjurnal to April 1, 1.00 Kentuckian, . 01.0 ,CtlUUCU. inlnlrc thp money. es A O(oy City youth residing in a neighboring ci(ty being somewhat ingenious and resentful, a short time ago met the company's dishonest bill of one month by a substantial curtail in the meter's reading, and called the company's attention to the meter's reading, IIu was sent to jail .for his cunning act and forget ting oyeu in the most ed'ectivoj M MONEYS We tell voa how. and MTDett market ' We ra dealers! established fitlccs. andean da UHTTEll for vrai than agent or commission tner- caanis. Kcicixuvcsaay dads ia tyro Uvllle. WrUo fur wctldy price lW. Every Starck IMano ii guaranteed lor II yran. This guarantee bat Lack of it our SS years of piano experience, snu the repu tttloo of an responsible' piano house. 2nd-Ha- nd largains aiarK Player-Plan- , , i 1 PRESBYTERIAN ' 10 Free Mvsle .Wc lisre constantly on band a large' number of slightly usee) and second-banpianos of sll tandard makes taken In lor new Starck Pianos snd I'layer-I'lanoThe following are tew sample bargains i teste M. SABEL Hl-M-- Diaitri m t mutt, nuvi ru, St, t SONS INMilUI, IT. Services 2nd and IthSabbutliH of each month. I'raver Meetjngs, WVUnenda y even ings. ' Chus, G. Jluiin, l7 V. A. STARCK PIANO CO., the best known schools In Chicago. These lesaont you can Use la your own borne, by mail. This represent! one years iree laurucuon. erery purchaser ot Starck Pianos, we gjre (ree muale lettona, in oue of To Weber Steinway ChickerlsK Kimball Starck second-ban- $110.00 82.00. 80.03 85.00 183.00 Starck rUyer-lltnori the bent snd tuost beutlM ful Player 1'lanoe ou the rnarlet. You will be de ) llxkted Willi the many el- - I rlutlre (caturca of these wonderful luitrumenti, tnd wilt le pleated with the very Jow prices s( which auejr tail ue aeaireav Piano book largo Send today for our new i' beauUtullr liluatrated pisno which amount ot Informs. ' tion rrgardlng pianos. This book will interest sndt' pieaac you. write today, (Ives you , leek Frea ' Send for vur tstett complete bargain Hat. -- THE TIMES. A HOMK-MAl- ife PAl'Ell. 12, 11)11 THURSDAY, February LOCAL BREVITIES. Judgo anil Mrs. Mann Lexfiipfori today. . arc in Patrick Henry made a business trip to Paris and Bcrea last week ' ' A Mr. VnuArsdnle, of Jack, son, wns in tliu citv the first, of the wepki The Ladies' of' the Methodist Aid Society will give a Valentine social Saturday nishj nt'the church. "of Uuke and chocolate lux:. Martin, a leu.diiij: citizen the county, from near lios- i syn, was' thf puesf- of liin son, " Dr. AVm' O. Martin, Tuesday f K ajid Werlnpsfluv. "'. ' " We have hud some pretty roii"jh ex,essivel.v-cold".,"ItTeach- weather the past week, though ijjjnt so fed 12 above zero Monday morn- ins;, which is the coldest weather ' j; of 'tlrisyenr. V " Sums, of Chirk county, , is visiting relatives in the city. They have just sold r their fa nil on Hoiir.ds creek, ;" Clark county, near the new Mrs. A. IS.. ,1 , 'AiWInter Cnugh. Saturday is St. Vnlontrnu day. A stubborn, annoying, The localpostollice may expdi't liHrtgs on, racks the body, the usual run of nmil on account weakens the lungs, and often lends of that occasion. to perioua results. The first doe Running Overtime. ia of Dr. King's New Discovery gives The Brodht?a(l;Uarrett saw mill relief, Henry D. Sanders, of is now running eleven hours. Tiej' lin'd if necessary to do this consumption was threatened withafter having pneiiin order to get. through with He writesl '.'Dr. King's raonia. tiieir sawinglor the season, and New Discovery nughtito bo. in evin order to1feep up the supply ery familv; it is certainly the best of lumber for their planing mill of all medicines for coughsjicolds which coutinues to run on full or lung trouble." Good for chilr . time. . .. . dren's toughs. Money back if not satiffied. Price 50c and 1 At The King of all Laxatives. CO For constipation, use Dr. King's ol, Druggists. New Life Pill. Paul Mathulka.. of, . E Bucklen & Co., Philadelphia Ma or St! Louis. Buffalo. N. Y., says ibey are the "king of all laxatives, They are a Tliere must be some smnlbpox blessing to all tny funiily and I ah in Lexin'gtoii for there were 'wiys keep a oox at hoiue." Get a vaccinated there last week box and ge,t well agiin. Urice 25c. as a preventative of the disease. At DruL'gfdt or by mail. Horrible Blotches of Eczema. H. E. B'ncklen'.& Qo.' Philadelphia Quicklyf cured by Dr. .Hudson's or St. Louis.. Eczema. Ointment C. P. Caldwell, Address on Fiftieth Anniversary". of New Orleans, La.f otates: "My 'Thisyear marks the fiftieth doctor Hdvsled me totry "Dr Kczeina alve " I Uced three "anniversar.v of tiierK. of P. Lodge. Judge-L- . K. Mann Will boxes of Ol ii uient and three cakes give an address at the Methodist of Dr. Holison's Derma Zeuia Snap. church Sunday morning bearing T'iday 1 have not a spot anywhere on thewijrk of this hrder und. its no my body and cm uy am cur value to mankind. The address ed." It wii do the same for you. will be well worth going to hear, Its soothiug, healing, antiseptic as is a'lj the addresses of the action will rid jou of all skin huJudge on whatever subject he mors, blackheads,' pimples, Ecze-mspeaks. The K. of P. lodge of blotches, red unnightly soies, this city will attend this service and leaves our skin clean ami Juar iir a body. healthy Get a box lo day. united. Air Druggists, 50c. or by Feel Jliserable? c depress-ingciju- h HOPE -- MILLS FLOU or dinner- will enjoy - AN UNEXPECTED GUEST for luncheon .., the delightful trial Xif bread that is made from the Pearl Hour. The loaves made from this high grade Hour are line, light, white and of tempting tlavorand a satisfying lucbeon dan be made on ihe bread (with sweet butter) home-mad- e nt ' v A ICMt a ph c c ? i hat - made Vroiii the Pearl Hour. .... i .... ... i J.'Ajn.iiEW CAIN, Versailles, Ky. -- 10,-00- 0 Wh en in Need of - Hob-son'- Build er s oardware. Cabinet ;antles, Grates, Tiles, T T 1 -- 1 Cookimg or Heating Go to or Write Stoves, a Out of sons, depressed, pain in the back Klectne Bitters renews Following a conference your health and sirength. A guarPrison (Jiiiniiiissioiiers, I he anteed Liver and Kidney remedy. fjA'torney General and the It Money back if not it was announced that 'completely cured Uol'ert Madsen, "steps would be luken to liave the West" Burlinnton, Iowa, who 'indeterminate Beu'once luw of of differed from virulent liver trouhle j 11)10 repe iled luifl a new parole After four doc ffnr eight months 9? 1.. .. ......I t..rs gave him up; he took Electrc .(Pot tlii jiHKt futv, weeks ofir Jobj bittern and is now a well man. y pi-s- s ha. been slightly not of . Get a bottle today; it will do the Keep in the house 'i puir and w have been tumble to .to same for , ou. ceitain kinds of job printinc. Wi for all liver und kidney complaint. 'l v hme our press tixml now and Hn- Perfectly sate and dependable. Its 50c. and pi . partfil to print 'letter lieadf, note results will surprise you I heads, stntenuntp and envelope! 91 00. II. E. Bucklendc Co., and St. Louis. at- - formerly. Snil in your onleis, Guv-.'qrnor, Phil-adelphi- a mail Pfeiffer Cheiiiic.il Co, Philadelphia fc St Louis. irubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, Hay (or Sale. Baled timothy, clover, o.it- - and peavines, by or the hale, the ton or Applv at this ollice carload Winchester, - Ky. EVERY WOMAN SHOULD EARN P25 - WEEK ffr PER Introducing our very coin) lete Spring line of beautiful wool tunings, wash fabrics, fati'--v wiistmgs, silks, hdkis , petticoats, etc Up t Finest date N. Y v ity patterns. Hue on the market Dealing direct with the mills you will Hud our prices low. If others ca" umke 1U Ou to $30.00 weekly )nu can also. Samples, full instruction,, in neat sample ca.e.s, shipped express No uioou.v rtquiied, Exprepaid clusive terntorj. Write for panic ulars. Be tirsi to applv Standard Dress Quods company, loo ist at. Ulnghamton, N. V. Hardwick & Co.'s 8fi - Gome to Our Store Ami let us show you what a nice line ol goods we currv. Uur stock ot ury noons, rsouon, Groceries, Hardware. Clothing, Shoes and replete with, etcis .Variety, Style y. i ... TREES! Fruit and Shade, Shrubs, ii g , IF YOU WANT TO SAVE MONEY READ THIS. drape Vines, Peonies, Phlox, Rhubarb, Roses, etc., etc. everything tar LAWN and QARUEN. ' We arc 3 overstocked in some lines, and in order to close them out before getting our Spring flock in will give greatly reduced prices on these lines. The following tells i! i! ,. and Quality. v.. THIS COMBINED ORCHARD, NO AQENTS you what we will do. WITH OUK FREE CATALOOS GROWERS OF WHAT WE SELL. 1841 1913 ' Low Prices Make it to your interest to give us a good share of H. F. Hillenmeyer& Sons, Lexington, Ky'Ji your trade.' y2 W'o utrivo to please our custodiers be- cause we kiinw satisfied customers are ourbest assets. CAPITA!, STOCK. StOO.OOO HUiur.UH divided IMJOFITIS. iioo.ooo and uK- - ji 1 IB j n 1 gjve y0U closer prices than dealers who do not handle wagons in car lots. If In need of a wagon don'l fail to get our price, and if you don't bow the wagon we will tell you ot some home people who are using them and who Men's $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 2.50. 20.00 MensSuits 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 8.50, 8.50 Suits at 5.00. per cent. cut. Men's $3.50 Hats at 2.00 and 2.50, 1.50 young men's and boys' dress caps at 1. 10, 1.25 caps at 85c, 1.00 per yard dress goods, 80c, 25c dress goods 19c, 0c flannelette 8c, 10c ducks 8c, 10c outing cloths 7c, Women's and Misses' Trimmed Hats and Hats at half price. $4.25 "Queen Quality" Sha-- at 3.25, 3.50 'Qjeen Quality' Shoes at 2.75. W(. by yj m 1 ready-to-wes lours to. please, WlNOII ESTKR WALDRON & JOHNSON, orl Wijjciibtmic, Ky. 7C.UOI.I.Y WlTUEIIHl'OON, Bank. Pul.M, OANIIIKK. can icu yvu auuui iiicm. We are flill selling Eldean flour at $2.60 per hundred, 5p for 24 lb. sacks, sugar 4.75 per hundred or 20 lb. for 1.00, roafled coifc;., 16c per pound. We have one only f 35,00 Saving )acbine gees jn this Sale at 22.50. Now is your chance and here is the place for genuine bargains. Waltersville, Ky. g W, It. Hl'IIAK.f. iXOUM ACCOUNT KOrICITHU '? '?'' ' 21S Hardwick & Co., Stanton. J & A noted stockbuycr, Shelby County Judge, A. T. Knox, Feb. SPOUT SPRING. is his first Kanawa, of Valeria in Wolfe 7th. The Judge says it Mrs. A. J. Harnett has been oil'onsu since taking the ollice of county,' passed ''through camp Notice to Public. Farm Drain Tile quite sick for several days. .1. Judge. litirgher sold n nice Gray's Branch. .voting mare to Asa Niblnck at a James Rogers moved this week private price. to Jnrdon Harnett sold twenty from near our camp back Nada. shotes averaging SOlus. to D. W. Marshall handsaw was out in Witt at (U cents. Wolfe county the week end, visThos. Coulee and sons bought sliotes of various nersoiis in iting friends. Tobe Nolaiid and Otis Billings, tin's couiinunity at cents. of Furnace, was visiting Aus W. L. Byrd has gone to TenSaturday night. nessee to buy up cars of cattle for t he Mr. Sterling and Millard Townsend went to Rogers Chanel Saturday ninlit to at- Winchester markets. tend a meeting of the Juniors. BOWEN NEWS. Born Saturday night a daughElzie Powell and family will ter to the wife of Hoe Morrison, David ?o to Clearfield, Tenn. the first a workman here with Laudsaw. of March. Otie Powell, of High Rocks, Harvey Meadows was setiously near Chepped Chestnut, paid our hurt while oiling the machinery camps a Hying visis one day last in the bund mill at Nada. N. No-lan- d one day this week 911 the lookout Make Your Wet Land Productive. for something in his line. By the use of drain tile ynti ear. John WadkinB, late of Jackson, turn that low, wet, uselens, swamwho has been working for this py field Into the most productive company for some weeks, moved spot on your farm. Good tile, properly placed, not only carries oft out of camp Wednesday to work surplus water, it admits air to the on the section for the Dana peo- soil and makes it easy to work. It improves any soil. The increace ple. in the valae of the land Is many Wo have been having some times the cost of the tile. Tho first very fitie weather, in theso parts year's crop from tiled land pays and the sound of the axe and the for it. Any body can do the work Y rite for particud and the tram-ca- r successfully. saw nnd the lars or cpll at, our plant. are heard in tho land, putting ex-ga- shall open by ollice for active practice January I, and shall have as a partner Dr. Woodroll J. Flowers, of Columbia, Ky, Dr. Flowers has built, up a largo practice in Columbia in a few years but abandons it for a large field. He is 30 years old, in the pr.tue of a vigorous manhood, and it is enough for my friends to suy that 1 have chosen him as my professional associate. M. S. Browne. 1 logs in the I Glady job. He is reported getClarence Faulkner, of this ting along very well. place, who went to Tennessee to Two of Sol Helton's little chilwork, we understund is coming dren, at Chimney Top, have been home in u short time. qinte sick this week something J. L. Frazier andT. L. Faulk-ite- like flux. who went to Chicago to hunt The Misses Brewer, of Pine work, have returned and report Ridge, were visiting their brother dull times in the windy city. Brack Brewer here several days We understand while writing this week. Come again, young this Messrs. Frazier & Faulkner ladies will start in a few dav on n hoAlex Dehart left the middle of bo experience trip to Jackson-ville- , the week for his farm in the Florida. Calabese in Wolfe county, to John West and Bainie Ashley raise a bumper crop for the good were married at the home of the year '11. r, W. D. Crowe, who was shot recently is able to be about and is visiting relatives on Cat creek. week. Hooker Childers was recently hurt by a cant-hoo- k on the our pockets. The spring fever. Jias struck in places about and'sotne of the boyrf are leaving for their homes, where the scene changes from d ; the lo., woodh to the being a capital place the latter to roumi up a living. Lii Kixtay, whilf ar work in the Dana mill at Nada, Harvo Meadows hud tho misfortune to or get eatight in the, the slat) chain, and wu carried around over and among the rollers and was hurt, jusu how seriously we have not learned. He I' is a l. K. Meadows of Chopped Chestnut.' new-groun- river and dollars' in Red River Brick & Tile Company, KENTUCKY OVER OS YEARS" STANTG'N in mm ....,.. rr. RICHMOND, KY. Training School for Teachers A tiAefttft. School V !ntrMMUUnd Uf BUM Or. YalM la fctl fiMtr or Kentucky. Spool, Oaroro Kit Cow tec ToltloaFreoWAp-Min- t. tif In EXPERIENCE , mHorfi.nev mMtl qilpp MrtwMW. rrMtlcrhool, rirl Torm sbrfim Prp. Krmoptn. I Doin.tt ,,T Tena No"'""-'? tmhr ff , 8tond April I, 8amai ' ' tt. Fourth Tr ta opnrtf 8rlf. 4ooi, tw TiDtraI4tfo miaul tralal' fcallMaf m well j a CRAnnB, rrr.,j,n, live-roll- s, tlontPtrictlyconUdentfal. HANDBOOK ont'tiruu out free. Oldest pency for securing patents. TatenU taken tbrnunh llanu & Co. recotTC nxeiat notice, without cbarire. la the' ndtng a ketrh and description may Anyone litTentlon It probably pnteiitfibiA. Communfrn. jmr in adc mark UES1QNB Copyrights Ac s I promt TRftDt-Mtr- olu r lateral. FRCX REPOU lc Will Scientific Jiiiiericati. Abandiomelr lllti titrated weekly lowest clr- etilalluii of anr iclentltle journal. Term. S3 a rear t fonr months, $U Sold by all newsdealers. r r '. 20. 1 3. C.J Defies Federal Officers. MUNN & Co.36jBro"-'- - New York li. C Uriocb An agent of the Federal Government was thrown out of the L. & N. H KED HOT SALE. Your Gain ana Our Loss. We are here to give you Cash Prices on All goods low in price. A ev- I kaW Mm F day last week. The agent had gone to the ollice to get certain records and files in the prosecu JOHN WHITE & CO. tion of the road before the In terstate Railroad Commission for various alleged offenses. The road is accused of tampering with State Legislature and t the Sherman w imviwrm. m jauniiw laws of the "govewiment. The hi .'i 'r liniment that isuimt-Mit- r Company is alos accused of inak to i". ill all alti's, nr jnii j;et Ihn ing way and destroying certaiii y.nr ini'iii'j papers that the government ileeds. A suit has been filed at Headache, rieoralfiia. Sa'c'r Louisville in the Federal court ache. Rh.umatitru. Sore ' to compel the road to deliver the Feet. Corns papers wanted. . ollice at. Louisville one Mm PIIHA AND HIDES MM W J"V -- HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR' RAW FURS AND HIDES Wool on Cenmltslon. Writ lor -mt mentioning thla ad. Suw. asms IT RUB IN i- I vio-latiu- g TBINR OF IT vi- "WATCH anti-trus- SHJPPS . - 'I i read Every Kentuukian the Kentuckian. The Time and the Kentuckian both one year l"i nly 81, the price of the Kentuck ian alone. and tl.er pains ti ick I y yield to tl soutliiliK Inlluuiico ur'tliiii wondurfti reau d , . S8k if it fur .'.lils to four (loixey Sach relieve any iielie in lieily in fifteen xitfutit-tlme11 i (.3 . -ro- I1 erything or Country Produce m Exchange. full line of Men's Hats, "Liberty Special" a good brand Hat for $2.50. The latest stvh- - It will pay you to come to our sr.ore now We reed vour trade and will it will be appreciated. Here we are Jews but American born. Come on with Vour Orders, we wilt sell Vou Merchandise at as low ma gin as anyone can. A woman knows her new hat isn't becomiuu to hr because tier dearest enemy iflls her it - "il of' )ciir 50c at UruKxbts, or by mall, postpah' a-'fVI b- -' RHEUMATISM HruRAijcu.eAattCHS. Old newspapers nHice. for pale a 1 bis Bourbon Remedy K Lo 1 yr'-'"j?-x'..'.i- t'DXIiMl ON, I V MONEY Wr;- We tell voa how. and oa vbett market We are dealcrj; esUbUthed Fptce. anil caa do Bl.TTEK for you STOMACH 10L.n FOR FIVE tnan agrnn or coramiuion merchants. References any baule in Iou liville. Write for weekly price list. llarkll CL LOUISVILLE. Vt. Dialers In fUdS, HIDES, WOOL. YEARS I decided to M. SADEL 4 33 t 4. SONS Majority of Friends Thought Mr. taking other medicines. Hughes Would Die, But take his advice, although I did not have any confidence in It. 1 Lowe & "WE USE" Or o we, Rosslyn One Helped Him to Recovery. have now been taking Black-Draug- ht Merchants. Are You for three months, and it has cured me haven't had those awful sick headaches since 1 a Woman ? Pomeroyton, Ky. In Interesting began using it. Clack-Draug- ' ht ad I am so thankful for what has done for me." Black-Draught 0 DANIEL BOONE AXLE GREASE And don't have to greate but once a week. i! TiiB Cardui AT ALL Thedford's has been stomach trouble for Ave (6) years, and found a very valuable medicine for dewould have sick headache so bad, at rangements of the stomach arid liver. It times, that I thought surejy I would die. is composed of pure, vegetable herbs, I tried different treatments, but they contains no dangerous Ingredients, and did not seem to do me any good. acts gently, yet surely. It can be freely I vices from this place, Mr. A. J. Hughes writes as follows : "1 was down with Woman's Tonic and all my friends, except one, thought FOB SALE got so bad, I could not eat or sleep, used by young and old, and should be I kept In every family chest. He advised Ulack-UrauRlit, MVMtSTS 4 Made in Kentucky by CHAS. C. STOLL OIL CO. Lexington, would die. Ky. me, to and try quit Oet a package today. Only a quarter. 141 Hicdford's