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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): February 19, 1914 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1914 cla1914021901_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 19, 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. HP 14 SI. 00 a tr hi Advance. 3ITY TIMES. Wt art here lo help Clay Year Cit'if he SarronoiiBg Coontry and Ourselves. 1. E- - liurQher, Publisher. '. KENTUCKY'S SHAHE. At ore Small-fox. CLAY CITY., KYy THURSDAY, FEBRUARY JH. J9M. I'aperH Miscarried. NO. 8 Mr. Tomlinson, of Clay City, wus a visitor at the Court HoufC Tuesday and there secured a slip of paper from the County Clerk, and then hastened back to Clay City to consult Miss Ada Johnson further. We understand that Cu-pi- d was the cause of his visit here, nnd we trust bythis .tjrae has finished his important job. Thcreadr ers of the Stanton news extend their congratulations. Among Other caprices of Cupid was the marriage of Mr. William Barnes, of Hatcher's ('reek, and Misx Georgia Johnson of some place. Also, Mis' Susie Hardwick, daughter of S H. Hardwick, of Stanton, and Mr. QK be Jones, of Mt. Sterling. They will make their home r.ear Mt. Sterling. Also, Mr. John West, of Bowen, came to Stanton and secured a license to marry Miss Banic Ashley, of South Fork. Miss Anna Hardwick entertained (Richmond Madisonian.) While tho Legislature is investigations of State institutions, let it ponder over the following facts: Material used in the production of whiBkey : Kentucky, 1st. Massachusetts, lGth. In education : Massachusetts plet. .Kentucky, 42nd. 'Thh after it studies the fore, going propositions and comparison, let jt do something to kill off the rnanufaciure of liquor and to stip he liquor traffic. I The bread of the people is being turned into wlnskoy. AVe no statistics befoe us giving the amount of corn and barley raised in Kentucky, nor the amount of native corn and birley that is couverted into alcoholic liquors, but we know without statutes that the amount is a very ltfrge fine. When that which is essential to tlie proper nourishment of the pejHTs taken from them and converted, into something that, is highly detrimental lo them, both physiajly, mentally morally, it is high jkiriie for the Legislature ha-v- were oongratulating ourselves upon the recovery of the one case of small-poin the s county, wo learn that Bert is stricken with the disease at the home of his father, John Uammons near this city. Bert caught tho disease at Lexington two weeks before. Dr. Martin has the patient in charge, and Dr. Williams, member of the State Board of Health has taken hold of the situation to prevent, as far as possible, a further spread of tho disease. This means vacciuation of all exposures in particular and every other .'individual in the county, the,n- it is over. As we x Ilani-mon- - Carh without biscount. The old Confederate veteran tojmtgrfe manufacture of alcoholic tk, bever-agf- s. A large portion of the best farming land of the state of Kentucky is devoted to the raising of tobacco, which gives uo nourish-mento the people. Thi.s reduces the, average of corn and barlej. Then;wlujn it is taken in consideration the large amount of corn and barjey converted into stimulating driuks,,it may be readily of the f see,u tlmt .fully stte W Kentucky is given over to.an industry that cannot be profitable, to-, the state in uny way. T,jat which degrades aud lowers tlije citizenship of a state, is highly inimicable to its progone-hali - f. QeorgVAde' says that when a hjiR to buy back his Saff ib price is never too high. Inioy costthS'state ol Keutueky sqmething iu,A actual dollars and cents to prohibit the manufacture of.Uquorsin its borders, but ti e price will not be" too great for it lo, pay to purchase buck its ,'Tho 'amount paid out annually for intoxicating' liquor? would chitlie,, feed and educate eVeft ch'ild'ln,t1ie state of Kentucky to'.the liigiest pointed' and good citizenship. t self-respec- t, y been &teudily though slowly climbing until some Cn the city market grudes are now bringing an high ju 0 cents on the Cincinnati inur- at Mt. Stetliug t;et. Cuttje sold as. high us i cents, by the head. Eight cent by weight woj-hrtiling'i. price for steers and uaiy refused to take this 'pricq.. With cut.tto and hogs selling at nine 'ceiitn, there is but jittle excuse for the farmers' Uank'accouiit' dwindling, or for ihoifarmer' voting the Kepubli. can tscket. StT-h- v No Excuse. hog market has o pensioners will get their vouchers cashed this time without disThe State hasn't the count. money, 'lut John O. Ot Mayo has agreed 'to pay them the ready cash without discount if they will send their checks to the Paiutville National Bank at: Paintv.ille. This is certainly a; most, generous act on the part of Kentucky's money king. If mjire Mr. Chaa.P. Tomliuson and men of wealth would perforin Mihs Ada Johjisou surprised their more deeds of real charity like many friendsWednesjay mornthis, they would be regarded as ing by getting married. The a benefit to society rather than a was performed at 6 o'clock menace. iu the morning by the Rev. Judge L. F. Maun and the haiiov uair In Memoriam. i ''The pretty lYtfte village"' of lMa lei U outhe, Z4I Mra uyf oritli cuii uati, Chicago, aud Detroit to ben, in Wyoming county, W. Va., spend their honeymoon. They lost by denth on January 28th one will get to Bay City, Mich., to of its most respected christian wovisit Mr. Tomliusou's home folks men, Mrs. Bessie Stewart, wife of iu about four weeks. Butler Stewart, 33 years of age, The bride is one of Clay City's noted in church circles as a perprettiest aud most lovable young sonal worker ready always to comwhile Mr. Tomliuson is a fort the sick, a gifted Sunday ladies, fine young man ot good morals, school teacher, always found in aud of good her place in the Bible study class temperate iu habits, busiuess sagacity. on Wednesday night, also a reguThe friends of the vouug coular church .attendant and a liberal ple are us numerous us their acchristian doing all in her power to quaintances, aud they are expromote unity iu her community. tended royal congratulations. She was born in Clay City, Ky., Spring Announcement. and at the age of fifteen she joined See the Spfing announcement the Christian church. Two yeais ugy she transferred her member- of fl. F. Hillenmeyer it Sons, the ship to the Beekley Christian Lexington nurserymen, aud plan church. While attending a revi- to send them an order for someval meeting at Maben on Sunday thing in their line that you will night, January 25th, she was sud need this Spring. This firm will denly stricken with paralysis, liv- give you the best goods for less ing only thre days, and speaking money tlun the agents, and give only once calling her husdand by your orders prompt attention. nam?. Apparently in very good Write today for their catalog if health, God called her home. She you have not already got one. was a firm believer in the Blussed "Uo to Church Sunday." hope Titus 2:13 Living in nim, "Go to church Sunday" is a daily watching, patiently waiting subject of considerable agitation for the "Coming Cue." It is said in some of our exchanges. This fo .Christ's diciples after His ascenib a move in the right direction sion that they Were continually in aud we hope to seethe sentiment ithe temple praising and- blessing strike Clay City. It is far bettlode Jyti.ke 124 :oa. bucti was tier ter to attend church on Sunday .blessed end. than to loaf on tho Etreets She leaves a husband, two brcth-erremains am' three sUteis. Jler UIg Tide in Sight. were ta'V in to Clay City, Ky. where As we go to press tho river is the funeral 'services 'were held in the Christian church on Saturday, bank lull and it is steadily risJanuary Illsi, 10U. The funeral ing. The melting snow from the party front' Ma,bep Consisted of the mouutuius together with the fallhusband,, out) brother, 3'r. N. C. ing rain is sdre to bring a big Walters, of Winchester, .Ky., Mr. sweeping tide. and Mrs. E. L. Mosby, Mrs. Henry bottom and the resident Pastor. V. Peck, Cash Doesn't Hgure. Mr. Stewart, for several years, Where's Caih In all the pubIiuk been a trusted and highly resof tho General pected employee of the W. M. Hit- lished proceeding This entire com- Assembly, rougli stuff und other-wister Lumber C. we have not yet seen where munity sympathize with brother Stewart in his bereavement. our member figured. Estill Trivlpf Rev. J, E. Healy. bune, pa-pTomIlBSon--Johnson. cer-emou- y 1 For soniecitise or other our papers lust weejc for the Walters-villpostoflice wero miscarried and did not reach their point of destination. Thcso papers wero mailed with the others and their failure to reach our subscribers at Waltersv'ijlo is no fault, of ours. As this, is the first complaint from this office or any other office in tll6 couuty, wo will have to exenso the mail clerks on tho tram fcrhoir, wo are sure, unintentionaHfailure to get them to the right; office. Tho only wonder is that errors of this kind do not. happ'eji oftener. On former occasions, we havo had considerable trouble in getting our paper to subscribers in other counties and States, but such has not. been the case in this county. In tins particular, however, one subscriber, in a neighboring county seat, tfho has been on our list since theRrst issue of tho more than eighteen years wrote' lii a few weeks ago that he had not 'failed to get the Times a single week for twelve years. Tinsel's a good record, aud one thatis hard to beat. e STANTON NEWS. Mrs. Tilford Ahner has recovered from a five week's siege of grip and was out 'Sunday 'for tile 'first time. Mr. and Airs. Nelson Blunt are visiting at Gordonton this week at . the home ot Mr. Blunt's brother-in-law- Miss Helen Welch, Mary Martin and Mrs. Ruth Mapel were visitors in Mt. Sterling last week, returning home Tuesday. Mrs. Mollie Crawford returned to her home Monday afUr a few days visit with her parents, Mr. and Mis. Win. Hardwick. Roes Hull and Hardwick's store filled their ice houses this week from the pond at Mr. Hull's place. The ice was a fbirly good quality. Mrs. D. H. Clark is visiting at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Myrtice Conlee. for a will assist them in moving from honor of her guests, Miss Mary their home at Pans to their nev White, of Winchester, und Mis Ruth Eaton, of Clay City. Miss home near Lexington. IlardwP-was assixte'l in receivMiss Esther Broad gave a party ing by her cousin, Alisf E izabeh to the Junior Endavor Society SatHuncock, of Richmond, Va. Thb urday afternoon, and a splendid hostess was beautifully gowned in time was had by all that attepded. pulo blue satin, veiled whh shell Miss Olga Morton carried glF the pink uhiffon Miss White wore a prize for having the best home gown of black crepe de chine tiiiu-me- d made valentine. in burnt orange. Miss Eaton Rev. 'J. C. Hanley and his wife wore a creation of salmon pink satwill give "their, respective Sunday in, veiled with dew drop chiffon hrl.Hasg'es.niejyejiipgf enter- 'and Mf Hancock wus g'riWn'ed i titTo1-- " tainment this coming Friday even- peiihagen blue crepe meteor. Muing. Rev. A'm Cummins, of Win- sic and guinea were feutuief of tire chester, will be one of the guests evening. Hot choculute, cuudy und deliver an address to the classes. and fruit, were served. The guests Dr. J. E. Lemming returned were: Misses Marv White, Huth from a three week's visit to Cin- Eaton, Elizabeth Hancock, Minnie cinnati, the springs at Dry Ridge Conlte, Labe Knox unit Annt Messers. Harry Russell He Clurk and other points of interest John Eaton, Carl Welch, Richurd reports the springs at Dry Ridge as tine for the cure of rheumatism and Crow, Beit Crow, Marion Atkinoon expects to return soon to resume and Jouett Boone. (Contributed. Several of our young men were The writer has received a letter arrested last week lor jumping on from Prof. E. W. Welch und wife, and oil' the trains and were fined and they are located on a farm at Tuesday one dollar and costs anil llurgettstown, Pa. To begin with put on their good behavior not to they have twenty head of Holhtein do so tiy more. We are lud ' cows, furiy head of hogs and a lot see a stop put to this veiy winger-ou- s practice that some of our oung of chickens, and they are enjoyfarm Jife immensely. They men got into. We have shudder-eing the at times to see a young ma wished to be remembered to their cacth a moving train and ride a many friends in Stanton. little piece and it is a wonder that The Legislature at Frnkfort will some one has not been hurt or kill probably pass one good bill ut this ed long before'.this.. And we session and that is to mako it u to see that the agent has post felony to carry a pistol. For the ed up a notice in, the depotwiot to first offense the guilty person will allow any loafing or smoking iu tbu be disfranchised for two years from waiting room. This is another step voting und for the second offense in the right direction. Last week he will be sent to the penitentiary. on a cold day the writer counted as it is We hope this bill twelve young men smoking cigat- Our country needed. greatly could get along very well if nobody ettes in the waiting room ami the atmosphere was something uwfnl was to carry them. in that room. It happened there The City Fathers met last wel- were no women present but if one night and considered tho fare of the town. They huvo been had come to the train she could busy paying off old debte contract- not have stood it iu there. Many, ed by the old members of the coun- many times this pal year have cil. They are almost out of debt: girN and women coin,p- hodoii! now and boon can make needed imto. wait for a tfuin be- provements in tho town. We hope of the writer Mnokingiu the waiting that the citizens will huve patience cause rf.tlie and an soon as money is collected rHuT and to uiuny'boys aud intt it will be put to gcod use. .We trut loafing there. Ifis i shame that that no one will refuse-l- paybefv conditions axirt'so Hi it taxes now as they have in the past. folks cannot go to the depot and The writer whh surprised to find wait for a train iu the waiting rooni. d art-gla- d week. She at her home Friday evening in the treatment. pai-se- s - Fri-da- y - our-wome- ji e, . ilm nuiues of some who re refus ing to pay their taxes when UeiJiel" with the meinners o,t me cpuicii last week. Let us all puy our tuxes and help put the town iu as good fix us we cat. IfAthe uinr'folksJ.ia.v.e, Uj' loaf and smoke, then we'liope they will etAv op the outside, where there Is inorx room for'NUCh thiugs; We hope the agent will enforce the rule uguiutt these things your claiming the laugh now only makes another ono on vou. And further, say, if you are going to be responsible for these PUIILISHEI' KV'KItT TIIUKSDAY. pikes, we want, to know why you didn't get them when the RepubSubscription rates.Sl a year or three licans were in control, and when you boasted of your influence years in advance with Joe Cannon and other great ) E. Hurgher, Publisher. Republican leaders instead of waiting until the Democrats s Entered ns mnil matter. came into power. THE- - TIMES. terprises as any cktizen of equal H'erent with wealth. How some other corp atious doing Doing business in tho c nty. every year thousands of doll and havo never t helped the county n cent. you wonder that the.V are cens' red and con- demncd? tJ The Clay City National Wants the business of all i jvho value Bwond-clns- D. Shackelford, the Missouri Congressman, and author of the Federal Good Roads bill which 11, Courtesy, Safety and Thursday, - 'Fchruitry 10, 1914. CLUB RATES. For tlio convenience of our sub-i- c fibers, we have r.rraDged club rates wilh the following papers at prices below mentioned: The Times and " Cincinnati Enquirer $1.00 ' Louisville Herald 1 00 " Home and Farm 80 " Inlund Furmer 80 Southern Agriculturist SO The Times said in its issue two weeks ago that it was the only paper agitating a railroad fare. We thought this was true, hut are mistaken and hasten to offer the proper apologies to Mr. Grant E. Lilly, editor of the Madisonian which has tin following to say bearing on the two cent fare : ' "The House has shown its mettle and has overruled the commit-iewhich reported adversely the Mil to reduce railroad fares from tiiree cents to two cents. This came as quite a surprise to the committee, and shows 'that the .Legislature is doing some think-inof its own. t "There is no reason why tine hill should not become a law. flPho railroads of the State of have long since passed the Experimental stage, and their jhlrge earnings show that the ipeopleshould be giveriTelief it' "ftJiis respect., A two cetit rate prevails in many of the states, and there is no reason why Kentucky should lag behind in giving the people relief. Surely noques 'tion of confiscation of property .could be involved in this, as the Urge passenger traffic has demon Jstrated beyond a doubt that a mte of this kind would afford the railroads a reasonable income from the passenger service Rich-uion- d o g Ken-Stocky The Jackson Commercial Club following iu wake of the Lexington, has passed resolution's, the Finn railroad bill, which puts the fixing of rates into t ho hands of the Railroad Commission where it should be. Jackson seems willing to allow the railroads to run away with the Kentucky Constitution, and too much of the people's money for charges, in order to get the good will of the railroads. Our observation is that and homo protection is always admired by our opponents more than humble submission to wrong bodies or in by ' dividuals. The railroad business is a business conducted by the railroads and the people. If the railroads fix the rates as they now do, they are too high. The people would fix them too low. What we need is the Railroad Commission as n Let this Commission fix rates that will yield a good dividend on the real value of the roads, not the rated stock of the roads. Then to fix the value for profits in rates on the same basis as the roads set for taxation. self-respect mealy-mouthe- d passed the lower branch of Congress last week, visited Frank-for- t Monday and addressed tho General Assembly, in tho interest of Good Roads legislation now pending in the Legislature. The address was most favorably received by our Solons, and it is believed that the State will ren der aid to counties before anoth er year passes. The Times is clad to see from our Stanton correspondent that the law is being put to the miniature hoboes at Stanton. Every town has them in abundance and Clay City is no exception. We would like to sod a few of the boys here fined for jumping on and off trains. And our depot needs a little clearing out quite frequently, though not so much as iu former years, for our effi cient agent has been doing his best to rid tho waiting room of loafers. The State Farmers' Institute meet, at Frankfort next Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, February 24, '25 and 26. A most interesting program has Every farmer been prepared. who can possibly do so should attend. The Legislature being in session, those attending may for themselves the opportunity ofttonding these sessions part'Bf 'the time w'lflte in'the Capital. will Deafness Cannot be Cured by local applications, as tliey cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. There is only one way to cure deafness, and that is by con stitutional remedies. Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the EustachWhen this tube is inian Tube. flamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and when it is entirely closed, Deafness is the result, and unless the inflamution can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed forever; nine cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh, which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces. We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) ihut cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars free. F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. Said by Druggists, 75c. Tuke Hall's Family Pills for Ac'v. Rend This Good Methods. Capital. $25,000.00 Surplus. 6.000.00 Shareholders' Liability, 25.000.00 Clay A City Quarter of National a Century in Clay Bank, Gty. CLAY CITY. KENTUCKY. Prepare for the Cold Weather and buying what comfortable By Coming to SHIMFESSEL'S clothing you need. Everything to keep you warm, and not drain your pocketbook either. j There is but little doubt that State and Federal aid for roads is right now at our door, and our :ounty must get busy to meet the requlre'niehTts ' ali'dget the '."gbou" We want Powell cou'utj roads. the lead of the mountain to take ounties in roads and to do this ive Suits for Men and Boys, CLOAKS and SUITS for Women and Girls. They are made to fit and to be Stylish too. Our full must be ready to strike the first blow. To meet soon slock is subject to your inspection 'and we know we can invite you the issue we must be fit you out in what you need, where or we wouldn't "At any rate the action of the (louse in showing its teeth to 'the committee should be highly We have had of leirislation iu Kentucky by committees. The object of Preferring a bill to a committee is (merely to allow it investigated and see that it is properly drawn 'and consistent in its features. Their private opinion about its The Times has nothing against corporations. We welcome them merits is a matter of littlo when they treat, the people right. A frigid corporation need expect When this county was a part nothing elsp but cool treatment. of the Tenth Congressional Corporations that stund identifiand at a time when John ed with the interests of'thu mass Langley was a Republican candi-dat- of the people deserve the public for Congress, he asked for patronage and commendation. YOtes on the promise that he These are corporations like would get Congress to build Company, the Clay s in the mountain counties of City National Rank and Day his district, whereupon ho was Lumber & Coal Company. Ei. thereafter called "Turnpike" ther of these concerns will put .fohn and "Promissory" John. up as much cash to help local en Now that Congress has made it umall appropriation conditioned that the States put up u like John says it is his time tilt to laugh. Rut John, the turnpikes are not yet here and to get them the We tell rauhaw. and oavbest market Mates must put up as much us wc are uniciii ciuutwicu rmiTB. andean do BBTTKR (or you the Government, and the counthan agent or commlsaloq merchants. Kef erencea any hank In Lou. ties must put up as much ns both isville. Write (or weekly price list. M. SABEL 4. SONS the State and Government, thus A3) aarkil St. IWMTlUt IT. Oaslsrs to rURS, KIMS, WOOL. it looks to us that vou are far from fulfilling your promise, and conse-queuce.- ready to vote the necessary bonds as the time ripens. There should be no drawbacks orhesita-lioon the part of any one, but taking no ill pull together, thought of whether the mud will come by our door or our neigh bur's door and not ours. The Times is for the roads, regardless if where they go, just so they are in the county. Selfish nets and deeds have kept many counties iu the rear of progress. This shall not be the case with Powell county if the Times'cau do any thing to prevent it. to come and trade serviceable for you have been buying prices years. goods at the past twjnty-fiv- e f Starck Pianos T inAdvanoe Satiafao lion Gnu onleed LowestNet No' Money r"SMSU i L Pact ary Prices " Terms Easiest A Saving ol SlOO to S20OFacFrom tory Direct P. A. STARCK FRfSIOCNT dis-eric- t, n. e tt turn-pike- 1 J and see if there is not some of the papers below that you want. If you are paid'in udvance for tho Times and want one of tho papers mentioned below, subtraot f0 cents from the amount and send uh the difference. The Times and " Daily Courier-Jo- u mnl, t:i,.10 " " Lexington Leader U 70 ' " Evening post uud !) 25 large wall map, " Weekly Enquirer, 1 00 " OhioFnrmer.McCall'e&o 1,25 " Home and Farm. .80 " Southern Agriculturist, .80 .80 Inland Farmer, " Daily State Journal to April 1, ', 1.00 1.00 Kentuekian, OWN NOME We will ahlp you a beautiful Starck Piano for 30 days' free trial. In your No cash payment required. All we ask Is that you will play upon, use and teat (this piano for 30 days. If, at tho end of that time, you tin not llnd It the highest grade, sweetest toned and llnest pluno In every way, that you have ever seen for the money, you are at perfect liberty to send It back, und we will, In that event, pay the freight both ways. This Starck Piano must multo good wlth'you. ur lucre is no sail. home. We ship direct to you from our factory, at prices that save you upward! of $160.00 In the We guarantee to furniah coat of your plana. you a better piano Tor the money than you can ecu re elsewhere. You are aaaurrd of receiving a satlatactory sweet toned durable high grade piano. 25-Ya- 30 DAYS' FREE TRIAL $150.10 IN YOB Sm sr Mart Easy Payments You pay no caah down, but alter SO days of trial, you can begin payment on the low-ea- t, eaaleat terms ever auggivted by a pUoo manufacturer. These terms are arranged ,to ault your convenience, and It Is possible for you to buy s piano for your borne, without mlatlng the money. . ar OuiraiiUe Every Starck Piano la guaranteed for 15 yrart. baa back Ttila guarantee ol It our 35 years of piano and the repueiperlence, tation ol on rnponalble piano bouae. 2nd- - Hanri largalnt aiirtK ss Playar-Pian- SO Fro Muslo Lmsmk We have constantly on hand s large number of aUgbtly uard and aecondhaud piano of all atandard makes taken In ex. change for new Starck Planoa and Player-PianoThe follow. Ing are s few sample bargain) i Weber Steinway ChickeriBg '" To every purcbater of Starck Pianos, we give free nualo lessons. In one of the brat known schools In Chicago. These leaaona you caVtake la your own borne, by null. This repreaenta one year's free Instruction. Kimball Starck $110.00 83.00 90.00 83.00 18S.O0 Starck liayer-l'lano- s are the beat and moat beautiful Player Pianos on ths You will be demarket. lighted with the many features of thesa wonderful ! tut rumen U, sod ' will lie pleated with the very low iirlcea at which they can be secured. Send today for our new beautifully Illustrated piano liook which gives you a large amount of Informs, tion regarding planoa. This book will Intrrett and pItiw you. Write today. Plana leaJiFr-- a Send for our latrat complete eccondbeud bargain lint. P. A. STARCK PIANO CO., 1384 'r.T r.i ., CniCAGfJJ (5 TH& TIMES, DE A V titer Cough. llobert Mcintosh, of near Ir A stubhor annoying, depress vine, was here yesterday on bus .' ' ing cough hni s on, racks the body, inass. weakens the ngs, and often leads Airs. Clarence Ilazelrigg, who td 'serious rei Its. The first dose A HOME-MAPAPER. has been visiting her niece, Mrs. of 'Vt'. King'svXew Discovery gives Kerns, of Lexington, and Judge rclieT, 'HennfD. banders, of Cav HlUKSDAY. Kehruarv - n., 1!)H. i O'Hear's family at Frankfort, re endisli, Vt., fas threatened with tjirijed hoino dtrday much im consumption after having pneu ' LOCAL He writes: "Dr. King's monia. BREVITIES. proved by her trip. . USE HnPfl rfc MILLS e'LOU K AN UNEXPECTED GUEST for luncheon or dinner will enjoy the delightful trial of bread that is made from the Pearl Hour. The loaves made from this high grade Hour are fine, light,.whito and of tempting llavor and a satisfying luclieon can be made on the excellent bread (with sweet butter) that is made from the Pearl Hour. home-mad- e Win. Piersall will have a pub lie sale Tuesday of next wedk and move to Blackey, Letcher county, where he will engage in the goods business. See notice . Wo have had a good ice season of s;ile in this issue of the Times this week and many took adva- .awl posters. ntage of it by filling their ice The King of all Laxatives. houses with ice about four inches For constipation, use Dr. King's rthick. New Life Pills. Paul Mnthulka. of Sunday- will be Washington's Buffalo, N. Y., pajs they are the birthday, a lega) holiday. It filli- "king of all (laxatives. They are a ng on Sundaythis year, Monday blessing to all my family and I al will be observed as a holjdayjn-;stead- . ways keep a dox at home." Get a box and get well again. Price 25c. . Saturday' was the worst'dayof At Druggists or by mail. last Wokj The same cajl lie said . E. Bncklyn fc C6. Philadelphia ;'of the three last Saturdays. We or St. Louis.' 1 'hope that "the third Jime the Celebrates 87th Anniversary. riharni" rule will apply in this Mrs. E. J. Wallace .iceJebrateS '' ;ase. ' . anniversary her ground hog forecast is The on the Oth inst. Besides her proving true so far, but may ho 'prove to be a false profit in time children, the guests present at an elegant dinner on the occne for our good housewives to sow ion were": Mrs. Ellen McKinney an early lettuce bed and put out and Miss Kate Daniel, of Clay li few onions City, and Mrs. Ida Gentry, of Estill Tri ,' Almost twenty applicants for Madison county. the uqstoffices at Clay Citj, Stan-.to- bune. and Bowen took the civil Feel niserable? Service examination at Stanton Out of sorts, depressed, pain tin .Friday. Six of the applicants the back Electric Bitters renews jjwere from Clay City. your health and strength. A guar anteed Liver and Kidney remedy, Tom Rose has recovered from Money back if not It an attack of small-poand was ' completely cured Robert Madsen, released bv his physician, Dr. ' Johnson, several days ago. There of West Burlington, Iowa, who liver trouolo case in the county suffered from virulent !fs for eight months. After four '.thitt'Ms k1iov"fif. s-gave him up, he took Electro ij ' For the past, few weeks our job Bitters and s now a well man. jpres8 has been slightly out of re- - Get'a bottle today; it will do the 'pair and we have been Unable to do same for you. Keep in the house (certain .kinds of job printing. We for all liver und kidney complaints. Its fhave our presH, fixed now and ure Perfectly safe and dependable. to print letter heads, note result!" will surprise you. 50c. and Jprepared .heads, 8talements and envelopes 81 00. II. E. Bueklenfe Co., Phil. formerly. Send in your orders. adelphia and St. Louis. . Emerson Coulee visited his father, J. W. Coulee, near Kidd- 'ville Sunday and attended ceurt at Mt. Sterling Monday. New Discovery ought to be in ev ery family; H Is certnlnly the best of all medicines for coughs, colds or lung trouble." Good for chil dren's coughs. Money back if not satisfied Price 50c and $1. At all Druggists, II. E. Bucklen & Co., Philadelphia or St. Louis., Louis Mastin has attached a new gasoline engine to his grist mill at Waltersville and is now prepared to grind your corn into the best meal possible. He has also built a new mill house above MaQb by J. ANDREW CAIN, Versailles, Ky. - When in Need of high water mark. Horrible Blotches of Eczema. Quickly cured by Dr. Hobson's Eczema Ointment. C. P. Caldwell, of New Orleans, La., states: "My doctor advsled me to try "Dr. Hob- son'1! Kczema Salve " I used three boxes ot Ointment and three cakes of Dr. Hobson's Derma Zema Soap. Today I have not a spot anywhere 011 my body andean say 'I am curIt will do the same for you. ed." Its soothing, healing, antiseptic action will rid jou of all skin humors, blackheads, pimples, Eczema blotches, red unsightly sores, and leaves jour skin clean and healthy. Get a box Guar anteed. AH Druggists, 50c, or by mail Pfeiffer Chemical Co, Philadelphia fe St Lotii. to-da- - Builder's Hardware, f Cabinet i.antles, Grates, Tiles, eighty-sevent- h Cooking or Heating jo to or Write Stoves, n Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, ! x r EVERY WOMAN SHOULD EARN P-- Winchester, - Ky. () -- -A doctor- t 0 PER WEEK I I Introducing ur verj complete Spring line of beautiful wool suit ings, wash fabrics, funcy Wdstings, silks, hdkis , petticoats, etc. Up to date N. Y City patterns. Finest line on the market. Dealing direct with the mills you will find our prices low. If others can make 10.0U to $30.d0 weekly you can also. Samples, full instructions in neat sample cases, shipped express prepaid. No, money required, Ex clusive teriitory. Write for partic ulars. Be hrst to apply. Standard Dress Goods company, 100 isi si. uingnamton, in. y. Hardwick & Co.'s i 1 Gome to Our Store .v And let us 6liow you what we carry,. a Clearance 1 nice line of goods Notion1-- , Our stock of Dry Goods, " Groceries, Hardwure, Clothing, Shoes and etc. is replete with TREES! STRAWBERRY PLANTS Sa IF YOU WANT TO SAVE MONEY READ THIS. Spring slock in will give greatly reduced prices on these lines. ing tells you what we will do. e We are The follow- Fruit and Shade, Shrubs, Aspar iiVariety, Style . agus, drape Vines, Roses, Peonies, Phlox, etc. Everything for overstocked in some lines, and in order to close them out before getting our and Quality. THIS COMBINED WITH OUR ORCHARD, NO AQENTS LAWN and QARDEN. FREE CATAI.OQS Low Prices Make it to your .Interest to give us a good share of H. F. Hillenmeyer& Sons, Lexington, Ky. Nurserymen Slntc 1841. your trade. We trl vo to jilease our 'customers be- J cause we know satisfied customers are'our best assets. ' CAPITAL STOCK. 8100.000 SUHl'LUSANDDN- DIVIUKD PROFITS. JOO.OOO r--. . ; !jj 'j ;3 'A u tl m g a Mens $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 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 8.50, Q.50 Suits at 5.00. percent, 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, 10c flannelette 8c, 10c ducks 8c, 10c outing cloths 7c, Women's and Misses' Trimmed Hats and Hats at half price. $4.25 "Queen Quality" Shoes 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 yo"u don't kn6v the? mi . wagon we win leu you ort some nome people wno are using .1 wno intm anil11 ready-to-we11 Yours to please, ti I&UDROH 73; & JOHNSON, I WiNOiucsTjcu Bank. " OVl WtNOIIHTHK. " tub can tell you about them. j 11 . , KY. U r i Waltersville, Ky. X. llOU.Y 'ITI1KIIH1H0N, 1'IIKN, W. li. H I'll AH, OAHIIIKH. v We are ftill selling Eldea'n flour at 2.60 per hundred. 65c for 24:lb. sacks, sugar 4.75 per hundred .or 20 lb. for 1.00, roasted coffee, 16c per. pound. We have one only $35.jW Sewing Machine goes in this Sale at 22.50. Now is your chance and here.is the.place for genuine bargains. K VOUK ACCOUNTH SOWOtTKl) U Hardwick tr 5c Co.j Stanton. xvfi t'S g- i'j y; cm ys t - tf wb' tl ' & I Rlquest. Backward turn I backward, O Time, in thy flight) give us a girl with skirts not soTigbt ; give us a girl whose cliarnil many or few. are not exposed fby too much dinary" woman has stood at her to the Alt. Sterling Advocate peek-a-bogivois a girl, no The fire origi- matter what ago, who won't use post of duty for thirty, forty, or plant Tuesday. oven half a century, lighting nated in the attic, and was caus-- ' the street for a vnjdeville stage; d give us a girl no; too shapely in with sickness, poverty and dis- ed by a live electric wire to the power motor used view; dress her in skirts the sun couragement and with, true Spartan courage kept the wolf from to drive the machinery in the cannot shine through. Give us the door and saved tho lives of a printing department of that the dances of days gone by, with large family of children.- - The paper. plenty of clothes and steps not so man who saves one life receives .1 prize for bravery, his picture A Slump In the Consumption of Beer high; put turkoy trot capers and hurdy-gurd- y appears in the metropolitan paLooks as if beer drinking is on buttermilk slides, Deserving. hearts and bowe'd down heads in , Many a soldier wlio bravely Hie avvakening years that will stood at liis (tost during tlio civil inevitably follow. war, is covered with badges. Wo would not take one from him, he Firo did considerable damage merits them : but many an "orNo Badge of Honor for the Real of decency . will have broken A .Modest Farm Drain Tile Make Your Wet Land Productive. By the use of drain tile you fat. turn that, low, wet, uselews, swampy field into the moat productive spot on y"our farm. Good tile, properly placed, not only carries oil surplus water, it admits air to the con-nccte- KY. RICHMOND wiggle-tai- l glides, and the decline in tho United States. twists and A Training other such bunny hugs, all on a Red River Brick & Tile ruiH inn Kri Uncle Sam produces the figures School for Teachers level as products of hell, inspired to prove it. Company, Ur 8Ut Crf latrramlUMMiil by the devil, and let us feast our VilU la all rMI tlftffttn. According to the report of the 8pJ Schwa of tttteVfe KENTUCKY on the pure, STANTON optics once' more internal revenue commissioner TwplBdi4rJe4 sweet woman of tho days of yore. for the fiscal year, thero was a Yes, Time, turn backwaid and decrease in the output of beer of OVER OS YEARS- April!. 8om' grant our request for man's richf"' "". ' EXPERIENCE 1,100,-12r "" barrels compared with j. o. nnAniiK. rrdici. est blessing, but not undtessed. the previous year. One U. S. Marshal's experience. That's a big decrease. The Worst Habit for Boys. Counting HO gallons to the barDeputy U. S. Marshal ColeThe worst habit that boys can rel, and there are more, it means man, of Somerset, went into ofI HADE., Ill Anno fall into is that of loafing around a slump of 3a,102,870 gallons. fice in 1897 sixteen years ago Desions CopvniQHTS Ac. on the streets at night. It is then obtained in all onntrlti OR PCS. Counting only 10 glasses to the and has held the place continuAnrona tendinc a sketch and description may a Coi'jr'cbttrtiriqnlcklr ascertain our opinion free whether an they cast their lot in slippery gallon, or i'livto. for it means a decrease of ously ever since with the excep- Intention II prohaolr Patentable. Comnmnlni. FREE REPORT Oil P4I ratentpracU tlonntrtctlrconudentfal. onl'ateuu places when at any moment they loa rvelnilvflr. BAi lent free. Oldest asencr for eeourlnir Detente. tion of four years when he servttentfl taken thronnh Munn & tui receire are likely to fall from grace. All :j:U,l)28,700 drinks. on hjw to oat nuialnotlet. without charee. la the ftl. f ATENTS. juutner. oru'i wt r Counting each drink 5 cents, il ed as chief deputy sheriff of I?ti flood and noble lessons taught Iavt ana inaumtaUoa. Scientific Jftnericatu tliem by their mothers are tliere shows that $10,590,15;) less .was laski county. During thisperoid Atandfomelrlllastrated weetlr. Ireeel clr. counteracted and nullified. They spent for beer in 1912 than in Coleman has arrested almost 2, eulaUoil of anj eclentluo Journal. Tennf, S3 a yrns. fear: four montbe, fL Sold b jail tiewsdealen. pate; t learn nothing that is good but 400 offenders. He has arrested MUNN & CoJLNeWry 1911. Seventh St., ulilnjton, D. C. everything bad. The boys who U Branch There was an increase in the 81 alleged preachers, 15 doctors, spend their evenings in the sacred precincts of home witli good production of whiskey, but the 10 lawyers and 71 women. They eI books for their companions are bonded warehouses are filled were charged with every offense MM W)L HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID the future hope of the remost of them for "bootknown, FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES Mmi public; they will fill our leeislat-iy- with the stuff, and distillers are legging," moousliiuing, counter on Commlnlon. EeEf EeH Woolrocntlonlea lhl ad. Write lor ear and congressional halls, and aU "fussed up" because the supHit feiting, sending obscene matter sit in judgment upon man and ply is far exceeding the demand. EaUbllahod 1837 contempt JOHN WHITE & CO. louisville,ky. measures, while the boys who Americans are not all on the through the mails, for run the streets will fill our peniwagon bv any means, but of court, and for almost every tentiaries, almhousesand lunatic water more of them areclimbinj: aboard other crime under the sun. Most asylums. Parents who are of the "preachers" arrested were for these broken laws right along. American Issue. mountaineers charged witli making or selling "moonshine" & pers, and he wears a medal which says to the world that he was brave. And he was. But) tlio woman who has saved the lives of many is given no badge, and seldom a word of commendation. These "ordinary" women may not receive a Carnegie liadge for bravery, but "He who marks the sparrows fall" will certainly Feserve a jeweled crown for them in heaven. soil mid makes it easy to work. It improves.any soil. The increttce in the valuo of the land is many times the cost of the tile. The first year's crop from tiled' land pays for It. Any body can do the work successfully. Write ' for particulars or cpll at out plant. ilinil iractice Januai', Woodroll have as a partner Dr. Ky.,' .1. Flowers, of Columbia, Dr. Flowers has built up a law practice in Columbia in n, Jew years hut abandons it for a largo Held. He if 550 years old,- in the nr.me of a viuornus manhood, and It is enough fur my friends that 1 have chosen turn av to my professional associate M. S. Browne. 1,-- and - Notice to I'ubl.if. , fihiill iiiimii hi- - lliet fornitivc i uev v i mi wis mm ltlnU-- . T J, Ipromi-itj- NO. ('kt-- HANDBOOK yc -I I I Wlit-I- a PAteDL (M i.swi; I mho. e Li and hides THINK OF IT jour money. 1 I 'Every Kentuokianghould read SfifJS RED HOT SALE. t I Your Gain and Our Loss. We are here to give you Cash Prices on ev- the Kentuokian. The Times and the Kentuckian both one year for nly 81, the price of the Ken tuck ian alone. Here's a liniment thnt IsRuaranteed to relieve" all aches, or you get buck I Headache. . t PUBLIC 5AL of Live Stock, &c. 'At Virden, Ky , Keuralfiia. Sack-achRheumatism, Sore Feet. Corns e, and other palns' qulckly yield to tho soothing influence (If this' wonderful remedy. (sk 1014 for Your oney Sack Tuesday, Feb. 24t'i, 1 erything or Country Produce in Exchange. All goods low in price. A full line of Men's Hats, "Liberty Special" a good brand Hat for $2.50. The latest style. It will pay you to come to our store now. We need your trade and will it will be appreciated. Here we are Jews but American born. will sell at Public Sale, beuii r ning at 10 o'clock, a. in., the lowing property : . 1 Horse, irood to driv and work ; 1 coining mare Mule; L coming horse M11I0; 1 Jersey Cow, fresh ii spring aud still giving milk ; I 20 months old Cow, with younj. Calf. if It fails to reliilve any ache In nny jiant of your body in fifteen minutes 50c at druggists, or by mail, postpaid. t. ' t. RHEUMATISM &T .1 . v"D)RlCU.tACWCHe, Bourbon Remedy KV. Co., LEXINUrON, !ACHE.HWOA.t3RAIHS.MtUliEifTC.i I iaua rllM MU teeH 1 t n- n) a) (S (B L yearlinc Jeisjy Heifer; roan Cow ; I 1 L Wagon, good as new; Buggy; Come on with Your Orders, we will sell You 2 men's Saddles; as low margin as anyone can. 8 sets of Wagon Harness; Merchandise 2 No. 20 Oliver Chilled Breakinj; Plows, good as pow ; 2 Double Shovels; Lot of Hoes, Rakes, &c. ; 1 Dinner Bell ; 1 ' 1 Cook Stove; 1 big Kettle; rTTTTTTTTVTTTTTTYj f TTTTTTT" TTTVTTTTTTTTf rVT'l Lot of Household and Kitchen You Need a Tonic ihd at Lowe & Crowe, SL. There are times in every woman's life when'shc needs a tonic to help her over the hard places. When that time comes to you, you know what tonic to take Cardui, the woman's tonic. Cardui is composed of purely vegetable ingredients, which act gently, yet surely, on the weakened womanly organs, and helps build them back to strength and health. It has benefited thousands and thousands of weak, ailing women in its past half century of wonderful success, and it will do the same for you. You can't make a mistake in taking Furniture; k The best lubricatioi. without carbon 1" 4 doz. Chicken liens'; 1 lot, of Millet Iliiy in barn; CARDUI Miss Amelia Wilson, R. ft' D. No. 4, Alma, Ark., saysr "I think Cardui is the greatest meUicInS oiY earth, for "women. Before I began to take Cardui, I was so weak and nervous, and had such awful dizzy pells and a poor appetite. .Now I feel as well and as strong as, 1 ever did, and can eat most anything." Begin taking Cardui today. Sold by all dealers. Small lot of Corn; 1 spring, Wagon ; And other articles too 'numerous to mention. Terms Made Kuowii Sale.- The Woman's Tonic " 011 Day ol . Orfcr irM. iui Irn A perfect oil torelther or wi 'eoofedautomobUea. Mad from flneetPenney vanUCrude. A Dftlr. tMn Mffh flrfl tat oil Mrr miia fiwlv. Pnaltivelv 1rt from earlnn. On vc flrat DurrhaM of ma Mil. of No farh Antn Oil will fuW nfah rail on U ateel barrel with faucet, fine to uae by 7011 for permanent etoraca. Price of olltnlreaU.t40prfellea. CH AS. C. STOLL OIL CO. rear efiae. ee "EatUW, eewerfel UaeU mI. treauaiuiea el eieleilte fer eHae eajlaei. if25?S'w?&',.,tX," W. M. P'iersall. J. O. EVEKMAN, AUct. Subsrlbe-for Has Helped Thousands. the Time.