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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): February 26, 1914 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1914 cla1914022601_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 26, 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. I THE CL ATI CITY TIMES. 8i.'oo a Year jb- -i In Advance. We are here to help ClajCifr. Ihe SnrronnJing Coanlry ani Onrselvcs. .1. B. Burgher, Publisher. VOL. XIX Just Like Powell. Tlio following articlo from the Oourier.Journul sounds eo much like the condition in Powell county that one knowing the conditions in the county and reading the article would think Powell county was being dealt with instead of the county in question : "In Warren county a campaign has been started with the object of inducing the voters to authorize a bond issue of $:i00,000 for tho purpose of building roads. "Of course there is some opposition to this movement. There are voters who have so much consideration for their children artci their children's children that thev do not want to burden future generations with a tax; therefore they are perfectly willing for these future generations to struggle along against the same impediments and dilliculties which are making the going bad for the people now on earth. There are other voters who do not rare 'a copper for future generations, but. object mightily to giving up a few dollars for the public benefit. There aie a few selfish ones who already have good roads at their iloors and whose solicitude for human welfare does not extend beyond the spiritual and temporal needs of "me and my wife; my son John and his wite, ns four and no more." There are some who do not want to pay a good road tax because they do not realize the cost of the bud road tux. There ho do not care to have are a f' thevalueof their land increased because the do hot want to sell small vthe land. Tint there is-a ' CLAY OITY. Optimistic Reports. Mc-Ado- THURSDAY, FEBKUAJtY U J9M. NO. ! Secretary of tho Treasury and Secretary of the Agriculture Houston, who have been on a tour of the whole country for several weeks, visiting the large cities in each section and .holding hearings therein for the purpose of ascertaining the most desirable points at which to establish tho new Government reserve banks, returned to Washington last week. They bring the most optimistic reports in regard to the industrial condition of the conntry. Secretary McAdoo states that he was amazed at the vigorous prosperity which he found Business nearly everywhere. had slowed down very much when the new currency law became a reality on December 2tt, but since then business has been going forward with leaps and bounds. While the new currency banks are not in operation yet, still the new law contained a provision that any bank which was short of meney could dtposit its securities at once with the United States Treasury and secure funds with which to meet the demands of its customers for loans. This provision to a large extent practically put the new currency law into operation at once as far as financial relief is concerned, and that is why it has had such a beneficial elFect on the business of the country. o U)cd In Illinois. Mrs. Saroli McKinney, wife of J. D. (PoDi) McKinney, died at Hudson, III., Sunday morning, Burial aged about? 01 years. Tuesday imjlle Bloomington, 111., eemetery.aMrs. McKinney before marrufgo wns a Miss Grav-et- t, daughter of Ellis D. Gravett, of Spout baring. Mr. nnd Mrs. McKinueyaHnioved from Spout Spring tQ&Hudsnii, Illinois in 1881, where,' they havo since re sided. Mrs. McKinney is sur ; three sons, vived by Will and LAV. McKinney of Illi nois, and Ggo. McKinney of Kan sas; anu .tvyj) married daughters. She is valo closely related to the Gravetts of this county now living on Hardwick's creek. The piany Koiftueky friends of Mr. McKinney,ier husband, extend to tn their 'siucerest sympathy in his sail bereavement. ' 2 . 'Killing . The Unit--. d States Governmnet . . may be uoiug a good act in rid ding river of l.uipi" uup,-i- . lui' .dreds of sti"ks S -. u ! i.ist week t..:'"t . i .l ... !...! kvci!B?' dynamite letgji, on thenver near wire F.ird and hundreds ot pounds of . Natives along fish the river vyWe busy picking up most, anv size from the small fry to the tweity nounders, mostly white perclK It is a shame that ITnrle Snn!' nien on thee dredge .to be There. Would Like boats areaflowed to kill millions The editor expresses his thanks of fish eaclfear in the Kentucky and appreciation of the appoint- streams wjfl dynamite. Winment, as delegate to the State chester Democrat. were-ifilled- q The Powell County Deposit Bank, of Stanton, has one of their fine statements in this of the Times. This bank is one of the institutions of the countv that our people should be proud of A healthy bank like In What Way? tho Deposit Bank is ot inestimaMr. Gum, of Estill county, is ble value in any community. compelled to go about with John O. 0. Mayo, millionaire crutches, and this prevents him coal operator and Democratic for Committeeman from making many ell'orts to get National the floor of the Housof but every Kentucky, who has been criticwith acute member with whom he serves on ally ill his homo in Bricht's Paintsville, at Dies in Arizona. a committee declares he is one of wns conscious Monday night for Mrs. A. C. Day died nt Tucson, most useful men in the House. the first time, in two days. Arizona., where she hud gone for Lexington header. News comes from Washington her health, and the remains were Coldest of the Year. ' brought to Winchester and inthat the good roads bill passed The coldest weather this year lv thn TlmiRH last, week unuronri- terred in the cemetery there. has been this week. Tho ther- nting $25,000,000 as Federal aid Tho funeral was conducted Tues. to roads is to be killed in tne mometer stood only six above Senate, day ut the home of Mr. II. lf .it. is, the Senators morning, Tuesday voting neainst this bill should be Garrett, who married a sister to zero Tuesday night it was not so cold mid the also (politically) killed. tho deceased's husband. I'. S. weather forecasts are that Motho-disMrs. Duv was n daughter of lit will get warmer by today or The Ladies, Aid of the tho homot church Will meet at Noble McDonald, of this county, tomorrow. of Mrs. Adams, March the 4th, ami is survived by her husband; Wednesday.'- Ladies bring sewStore Burns. Virginia, her six.yeni'old daugh-teThe large general Btore of G. ing for a ooial time. V. H.Atkina sister, Mrs. son, of Stanton; und Mr. and P. Day at Bowen burned Friday E. B. McGlono left yesterday ,Mre. Noble McDonuld, of How. night, entailing u loss of $10,000 for Oleurlields.Tenn. on a busi with but little insurance. tiess mission Jn, her parents. is-s- way Engineer "The estimates that the people of Warren county are p.ixing upward of .$155,000 a vear in mud tax. In other words, they are paying more than half the amount of the proposed bond issue every year. They are paying this in increased cost of hauling, injnss of time, in wear and tear on horses, harness and vehicles. Thev are not handing this money over to a tax collector and getting a receipt for it, but they are paying it all the same. It is an indirect tax, nnd many of them do not under etnnd it. Every taxpayer can comprehend a direct tax. He pays it to thebherilt once a year, nnd if he should Hiance to be a little dilatory about it the Sher-ill' may. bo depended upon to remind him of his negligence. Hut the bad road tax is paid every day in the year, a little at a time, with such frequency that it represents, in the aggregate, a large amount. "If the people of Warren county- want good roads, and want them for the benefit of present as well as future generations, the.v will have to raise tho money and build them. There is no other way and it is better to pay road tux than mud tax." r . St-itI -h 1 piKes noiiov. aou we sincerely regret that circumstances are such that, we cannot be in attendance. Mr. Fred Blackburn, member of the State Board of Agriculture from this Appellate district, is certainly doing all in his power to aid the farmers in this section, and if they are not profited by Mr. Blackburn's being a member of the Board it will be no fault of his. ai rraiiKion, Holding a. Reunion. t?.ii se?s w v situation improve- -. expos None of the small-poures from Bert Hammons have broken out yet and it is hoped that the speedy vaccination bv most of the exposures that it will havo the desired effect. J T Potts has broken out with the disease, but he contracted it in Tennessee where he has been for several weeks. Smnll-l'o- x x The survivors "of the old Constitutional Convention which years ago was held twenty-fou- r are holding a reunion at Frankofythe Only thirty-sifort. members are living. G. B. Swan-go- , Powell, wbo represented Montgonery, Menefee and Wolfe is one of the surviving members. J. F. West, of Irvine, is also a surviving member as is Frank A. Hopkins, a former Congressman from the Tenth district when Powejl was a part of it. x A. E. SamR, of Clark conntv. is"in the citv. Mr. Sum nld his farm there recently for if 10.000 00 ! nnd will move to Spout Spring ond ris where lie has rented farm lie was unable to get suited in i place in Clark, hence comes back to Estill where he will receive a hearty welcome. - dis-eas- e (. - r; Hubert Baker, of near Mt. Sterling, and Judge John Hard- Mr. Jesse Crowe is visiting his wick, or Winchester, wero in Stanton on business this week in sister near Paris this week. Hev. W. W. Strickland was a connection with the burning of visitor to Winchester this week. the storo at Bowen. Thev were the owners of the storo before Mrs. Eversolo, the wife of our M'cy sold to Messrs. Day and genial salesman, has her brother Ponders. as a visitor this week. Mrs. M. A. Phillips gave one Willie Garrett, wife and baby were visitors to Filson where they of her memorable birthday din ners last oaturday to a number visited Mrs. Garrett's people. of her friends. Words are inadDr. J. E. Lemming am! Luther equate of the humble writer to Stephens attended county court tell of tho fame of Mrs. Phillips' day at Winchester last Monday. cooking, and of the splendid dinMr. Grover Burnett, of Win ner served. The table was loadchester, was a pleasant caller at ed down with turkey, chicken the homo of Mr. Ide Boone last pie, salads, and abundance of week. other things too good to mention. A freight, wreck at the Horse It is considered quite a privilege Shoe Bend near Monica in Lee to get an invitation to these woncounty delayed the passenger derful birthday dinners, and it makes the writer think of tho trains last Saturday. good old days of long ago Walter Thacker has gone to Mt. all the kin folks gathered at when some Sterling where he will help his home for a big Christinas dinner. uncle tor a while on the farm. And how we chih'ren did stud' Walter expects to fatten up while ourselves on that great occasion. there. As Prof. Hanley said, we hope Mr. Hen Sewell, of Jackson, Mrs. Phillips will live to havo made his usual pleasant visit, to many more birthdays. A numour town over Sunday. It looks ber of beautiful presents were as if Ben means business. Well, sent to her as a remembrance. we don't blame him. It pains the writer very much Mrs. D. U. Clark returned home to see tho levity and seeming friTuesday after a few davs visit with her daughter near Lexing- volity of the young people and , some of the older ones at the vaHer daughter, Mrs ton. has been sick but is better rious church services. We do at this writing. feel that if there is one place Austin Todd, of Louisville, was where there ought to tie reverhere over Sunday for a visit with ence and a spirit of devotion in his daughter. Lucile, who stays worship, that, it ought to ho with M A. Phillips and wife. when we, gather at the house of Mr. Todd is claim agent of the God. During the week days wo are so taken up with tin- - many O. & O Itlilload. day life, and trials of While at McCormick Sunday caresweare so busyevery looking utter and f thatJve,!lo lf Itwisnfrh ) 4iVonfnl- - nti1-- rilVotnl VKeV hitUied ruiKsami nis i n in i i.v 01 natron side of our living, that we forget creek will move to that place the God and all that He has done for first of March. Mr. Fulks is muus. lieahzing that God jrave nn ring the rock crusher at that one day in seven to remember place. Him, a day in which we could Prof. Buck, the new teacher at lay aside the burdens 01 the the College, was taken sick the week and come together for a latter part of last week with ty- time of worship and communion phoid fever. He was taken to with our Maker. To help us to the hospital at Lexington Tues- get closer to God we set apart day by Dr. Johnson. We hope men who will reveal the Bible that ho will soon be well again. to us, und help us to get m touch The citizens of Stanton heard with God. ThO service us only an with regret of the burning of the hour long, and it is all too short store of Granville Day and Tom for the hearing of God's Word, Ponders at Bowen last week. and we would earnstly request The loss was between $10,000 the young people and the older ones, that when we come to the and $12,000 with about $(5,000 The cause of the lire house of God that we remember hour, and a time has not been learned by the writ- it is a for divine worship. Hallowed er, and perhaps is not known. of our Savior's sufferIt has been suggested to the memories ing and His wonderful love for writer that ho call attention us ought to engender a quietness to the cleaning up of the over the audience so that we can cemetery. If our cemetery were get the good from tins cleaned up we would have one of hour of greatest Any levi y or service. the prettiest ones in the State. whispering during the service As it is it is quite an unsightly detract from it, and hinders the lookiug place. Can wo not ap- spirit of God working in the point a day when the weather of the people. The writer up and all put in a day, or heurts remembers so vividly tho years perhaps more, of work and beau- when he grew up in the dear old tify the place. church at the old home town. The social at the College build- During the morning and evening ing given by Prof, and Mrs. Han-le- services there was a wonderful to their Sunday School class- stillness and quietness during the es was a distinct success A great hour when the man of God was time was had by all who attend- feeding our souls with the spirited. Tho writer and his better ual food from that dear old Book. half were invited but just as the It was a sacred and blessed hour time came for going, the baby that we spout there. Tho writer had to take a colicy pain and thu't nevei1 remembers any levity or made us stay at home Every- whispering during this cherished body spoke highly of the address hour. It has been a wonderful of Dr. Win. Ouui'inings of memory to him ever since those tender years that shaped out his The. adult Biblo class of the path in life. But it does seem Christian church gave un oyster now days that if wo are thoughtsupper to the men and boys of the less or perhaps indillereiit abo.u church lust Saturday night. A God's house, und so many come splendid tiiuo'wus had by every- there just to have a place to go body who attended, and after or to pass a pleasant evening with the supper the crowd gathered other young people. Let us make in another room and several thediurch a place where wo can speeches were heard. Mr. Stew- gather for a social time before art, tho teacher of the cluss, gave the services commence, but dura splendid talk about the value ing tho service a place of worship of Biblo Jtudy and of the won- and devotion. Wo each can dj derful fascinutious of the Book. this if wo only will. Myr-tice- STANTON NEWS. !(. y Win-Cheste- r. nati. Hut such wns not. the cuse. The freight from Detroit to Gin nati was SJJ cents, while the charges from Cincinnati to Olay PKHMSIIEP KVEItV TIIUKSIiaY. City were .DO cents or 8 more than from Detroit to Cincinnati. Subscription rutes Sl a year or three The freight from Cincinnati to years) in ndvnneeSS. Clay City should not have been more than 10 cents, less than 1'ulilishcr. J. fi. Uurflhcr, half what it was. mnll nintter. Kntered ns From every bill of freight we get, we see when compared wiHi othFelinmry lf, Thursday, er States, that Kentucky is paying in every .case, twice the money CLUB RATES. for freight that it should pay. For the convenience of our Why not then make a change? we have (.rranged clul rates following papers at prices Why will any citizen coincide with .the with the railroads? but they below mentioned : sometimes will. The Times and " Cincinnati Enquirer 11.00 Because the Time has been 1 0(1 Louisville Herald SO supporting Stanley for U.S. SenV Home und Farm SO ator, it must not be inferred that Irland Farmer V Southern Agriculturist 80 we are against McCreary und Beckham, for we are not. We We picked up a patent sheet have the highest regards for both locaTpaper the other day and of these gentlemen. There is no counted 7 columns of advertising difference in the three candiof dates with us, except that Mr. on the patent sheet side this 6 column 8 pane paper, four Stanley is more outspoken than pane" of which were printed by the two other gentlemen, and the retulv print house. The ready from his outspoken disposition print In use claims to get lOcents we learn he is more in sympathy per inch for all their advei tisitic. null the masses of the people This,- would amount to $14 per than the other two candidates apweek- for the advertising from pear to be. Mr. Stanley is for this jne paper perweek. The local the same kind of legislation that paper had to pay no less than $4 we are for. He suits us to a tec for tjie service w hich when The railroads ami corpor"to the $14 for advertising ations stand no show with him niiide the ready print house get other than what is right. lie, $18 ifor this sumle issue, which like us, wants the corporations to w is more than the local paper have an equal showing with the This is not right. If there people, but does not want them got. Wert; no readv print houses, tiie to get the heels of the people loial p.tpers would get all of this like they have in many cases, advortismg but as it is the ready and where they have the.heels of prim house gets it, and then us, he proposes to spur and kick makes the local paper pay for them loose, and if needs be to of their doiug so. wipe them ull away. 101-1. u, - THE TIMES. it was from Detroit to Cinciti ownership of all public, utilities when it becomes impossible for the people to get a square deal at the hands of the corporations now operating them, but we believo the money the Government invests in such enterprises should lie put where it will do the the most good, hence, we are opposed to the appropriation which sets apart $85,000,000 to build railroads in Alaska. This amount of money spent by the Government in buying und opercountry, ating railroads in would have saved the people millions of dollars in freight by coming in competition with other lines. It may be, howover, that the Alaskan railroad is only n step in the right direction, and maybe that the President has chosen the remote interior of A laska to get the necessary ex perience without interference or molestation. peo-pi- e ti-i- I The Clay City National Wants the business of al who value Courtesy, Safety and Good Methods. Capital, - $25,000.00 Surplus. 6.000.00 Shareholders Liability. 25,000.00 s Clay A City Quarter of National a Century in Clay City. Bank,' CLAY CITY. KENTUCKY. ad-d- e. ,s The Jackson Times is another paper to come outktnr the railroad rate. It very sensibly says : "We unhesitatingly say that the passage of a law compelling the railroads of the state to come a mile rate down to u would be one of the best luwsjev er passed by the Legislature, und of incalculable benefit to the peo pie and business interests of the state, while the railroads would be uttiuers in increased passenger traflic. The lower rate is bound to come some day uhe.u the public realize that it is gelling the worst of the "All the' traflic will stand" railroail policy, mo, the sooner the railroads realize this the better for hem." of th Legis lature we thought there wu's not going to be much legislation in Prepare for the Cold i. Weather and buying what comfortable to keep you warm, Byjngjo SHIMFESSEL'S clothing you need. Everything and not drain your pocketbook either, jj Suits for Men and Boys, CLOAKS and SUITS for At the Women and Girls. Tffey papeis now get tjijs advertising? Because there tew f them that the ud are Tertisers cannot aiford to take up the contracts. And further the ready print hiuse has u. monopoly on the local papers' foreign advertising space und it is probable that the ready print bouse w.ll not extend the servict-tlinns using the local page. A any' rate the papers using the re icjly print are not only robbing themselves of the advertising patronage that is justly due them, but they are doing rlir same thing for the handful home print papers Hrothers of the local press, If liquet our eyes open una bondage, and let u work together for our rights, uu. stop paying tribute to the read print house that is making mi lions of profit while wo ourselve are only making u scant living Wn do not believo that the e paper in Kentucky today tha would lose a single subscriber b cutting out the patent part c the paper. We shall later hav more to say on this subject great importance to the locu paper. few limne print . We see where Pulaski county in planning to vote u bond issue of $200,000 with which to build t urnpikes in conjunction with the assured State and Federal aid. l'his is hurried action, Und shows marked enterprise on the part of i ne citizens of this county. This will be a starter that, all other mountain counties should follow. The Times whb in hopes that Powell would lead oil' in the good roads movement, but we lire beaten to the lead, and we must content ourselves following in the rear. Wo are ready to travel i there soon as the Federal State plans are completed. Good roads we want and good roads ie must and will have, we con liclii-v.lit-n- l it l, he Feiler.il lit State it itt tuny inelerialize I hut are uowbegiu-iiiuto change our mind, and feel that yet there are some hopes. A bill Was introduced lust week to reduce mileage to 2 cents, und 1 cent for ministers of the Gospel. This bill should pass. uiid the indications now are that it may, despite the unfavorable outlook in the hegintiipg. g favtir'of the pcVipIt u a.'"""1'''' 'areaae' ;Wfit3tfd flock is out in what you need, where to. ibe Stylish , too.; Our full subjeel to your inspection and we know we i can fit you or we wouldn't you have been invite you' buying I to come and trade serviceable for goods at pnfl r twerty-fiv- e prices years. the is about 'ime for the Congressmen ai Washington to begin sending out Uieir supply of How. It UirT rrn imnrn ikiiiu !". er and garden seeds, therein fastening their hold iijibn voters who have not heretofore been ' recognized with a packu:e. Deafness Cannot be,! Cured by lecal applicui nuis, hm they can not reach the portion of the car. There is only one way to ni're deafness )iinl that is by con stitutiuiml remedies. Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous linitiu' of the EustachWhen this tube is in ian Tulie ilameii you have a rumbling sound or i in perfect heurinc, and when it is entirely ulosed, Deafness is the result, and unless the inflamution can he taken out and this tithe restored to its normal condition, heurinu will bo destroyed forever; nine cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh, which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous dlsi-iisc- Starck Pianos No Money iiiAdvnucn Snlinfuc-(io- u Guar i now cms certain lh Factory Kah1 Tor inn nl. 1'riooH es The Times lielieve in tin Gov riimeut, Stale and municipal Snvl uJ ol SI OO to A S2IIII P A. STARCK rftttlDCNT Prom Puo lory Direct OWN HOME We will ship you a beautiful Starck I'lano for 30 days' freo trial, In your home. No caBh payment required. All wa u.sk Ik that yuu will play upon, use and teat this piano tor 30 days. U, at the end or that time, you do not Und It the highest grade, sweetest toned and driest pluno In every way, tliat you have over seen for Hit money, you are at perfect liberty to send It back, and wa will. In that event, pay the both ways. This Starck I'lano must mako good with you, . or there Is no sale. on uu nAVC CDcr tdiai uhio rntc iniHk flcht Save $150.00 or More We in your The reason why wo believe in the Railroad Commission of Ken tucky fixing the freight rates in Kentucky can be well enough ex plained by perusing any freight bill that comes from above the Ohio river. Not long since we had a shipment of J(K) poundh from Detroit, Mich. It is about two or three times as far from Detroit to Cincinnati us it is from It Cincinnati to Olay City. might then be expected that the freight on tho sumo article from .Cincinnati to Olay City would f bo not more .than what one-hal- Easy Payments You pay no cash down, but after 30 days of trial, you ran begin payment on tha low est, easiest terms ever suggested by a piano manufacturer. These terms are arranged to suit your convenience, and it la poasibla for you to buy a piano for your home, without inlni-- g . tht money, , the Lr.mp Oil that Savss Eyes Vollilni 1 mnm ImnWtnt ft. Oi homo limn V ir, ffady Unlit. Insuro thli by Ctdllux the nil th-i- t Ijiirni clear arm cicun without n flicker down to the last dmr. Pennsylvania crude oil refined to irfect!on. Co-- tl nil more thin the fnforinr tankwar-onoll- s navel MONEY-u- iu navei hour dealer ores. FOLITK OIL la Your hai barrel, uinx't from our works. surfaces. 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STARCK PIANO CO 1384 St. " , CIIICAGfy THE A IIOMK-MAD- TIMES. H PAPER. 2(i, Tho river was up pretty high the last of tlieweek and brought down several logs for the Brodhead-Garrett saw mill. Tho tide was not as large as was expected when the rain began. A Winter Cough. stubborn, annoying, depressing cough hangs on, racks the body, weakens the lungs, and ofteit leads A HOPE Mrs. Cora Wilson Stewart, of the Morehead Mountaineer, who recently spoke at the convention LOCAL BREVITIES. of newspaper men at Lexington, has been acclaimed bv Congress Monday was observed as Wash- as one of tho foremost educators ington's birthday in this city by of the country on account of her tho closing of the bunk and having instituted the 'moonlight postoflico at certain hours of the schools of Kentucky. day. THURSDAY, February 1911. The King of all Laxatives. For constipation, use Dr. King's New Life Pills. Paul Mathulka. of Hnffalo, N. Y., sas they are tho "king of all laxatives. They arc a blessing to all my family and I keep a nox at home." Get a The negroes of Winchester box and get well again. Price 35c. have started a papier at that mall. place called the Messenger. The At Druggists or by II E. Itucklen & Co. Philadelphia paper, as might be expected, or St. Loais. will be Republican in politics. The lumbermen of the State had a big meeting at Lexington last week, and L. V. Keitli, of Company, the Brodhead-Garret- t attended the meeting. to serious results. Tho first dose of Dr. King's New Discovery gives relief. Henry D. Sanders, of Cavendish, Vt., was threatened with consumption, after having pneuHo writes: "Dr. King's monia. New Discovery ought to be in every family; it is certainly the best of all medicines for coughs, colds or lung trouble." Good for children's toughs. Money back if not satisfied Price 50c and 1 At all Druggists. II. E Bucklen & Co., Philadelphia or St Louis. But One Way the Right Way. To set an ordinary column of type requires 10,000 pieces of $ MILLS AN UNEXPECTEPGUEST for luncheon or dinner will enjoy thu delightful trial of home-mad- e bread that is made from the Pearl Hour. The loaves made from this high grade flour are fine, light, whito and of tempting flavor and a satisfying lucheon can be made on the excellent bread (with sweet butter) that i made from the Pearl flour. Maut, by J. ANuKEW CAIN, Versailles, Ky. jb type. There are seven positions in which each letter maybe plac- When in Need of head of hojis were disposed of at pub lie sule in Woodford county Thursday of last week by Bros., at an average price of $125 00 per head. Si.xtv-niii- e Duroc-Jer-sey Mc-Ke- e Hall, the Lexington stave man, whs in the city Friday conferring with Shelt McKjnney, of Spoilt Spring, relative to tho purchase of some stave timber Mr. MeKiiino stud others huvu o:: the new railroad. J. B At the Farmers' Institute. Vimil Rose is attending the StuteFarmers' Institute at Frankfort. Mr. Rose is mm of Powell if not satisfied. It county's few progressive young Money back completely .cured Robert Madsen, farmers. Since, the State began of West Burlington, Iowa, who holding these institutesMr; Rose mffered from virulent liver trouhlo lias attended every meeting but for eight months. After four docone. He is putting book farmtors gave him up, he took Electro ing into practice, and we opine Bitters and Is now a well man. that he will make a successful Get a bottle today; it will do the farmer and valuable citizen. sarao for you. Keep in the house Every kentuukian should read for all liver and kidney complaints. the Kentuckian. This Times and Perfectly safe and dependable. Its the Kontuckian both one year for results will surprise yon. 50c. and Phi -1 00. II. E. Bucklen inly 81, the price of the Kentuckian alone. adelphia and St. Louis. ed, and there are 70,000 chances to make errors besides millions of chances.to make tauspositions. ' Live stock sales at Winchester In the sentence, To be or not to be" by transposition alone it. is Monday were very slow on account of the prices asked. Be- possible to make 5,759,022 sides farmers were not so anxAfter reading the above state ious to stock their farms up much heavier ut this particular time, ment from a printers' magazine, a time when winter seems to be do you wonder whv you, some in its prime, but yet so near times see in error in the newsSpring. Feed is getting scarce paper? Remembering that there nd grass not being in sight it is only one way to get it right. naturally made buyers somewhat horrible Blotches of Bczema. timid in making very liberal Quickly cured by Dr. Hnbson's purchases. Eczema Ointment C. P. Caldwell, of New Orleans, La., states: "My niserable? Out of sorts, depressed, pain in doctor advsied me to try "Dr Eczema. Salve " I used three the back Electric Bitters renews your health and strength. A guar- boxes of Ointment and three cakes anteed Liver and Kidney remedy. of Dr. Ilobson's Derma Zeina Soap er-rbr- Builder's Hardware, a s. .ntles, Grates, Tiles, , Cooking or Heating Go to or Write Stoves, Hob-son'- r: Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, Today I have wot a spot anywhere on my body and can Nay I am cur ed." It will do the same for you. Its soothing, healing, antiseptic action will rid you of all skin hit mors, blackheads, pimples, Eczema blotches, red unsightly sores, and leaves jour skin clean and healthy. Get a box Guar anteed. All Druggists, 50c. or by mail Pfeiffer Chemical Co, Philadelphia & St Louis to-da- Winchester, - Ky. Hardwick & Co.'s n St.. 1. Come we carry. to Our Store i. 1 For the past few weeks our job press has been slightly out of re pair and we have been unable to .In certain kinds of job printing. We have our press fixed now and tire prepared to print letter heads, note heads, statements and envelope as formerly. Send in your orders. Clearance And let us show you what a nice lino lt"0Ih Our stock of Dry Goods, Notion'-- , Groceries, Hardware. Clothing, Shoes and etc. is replete with TRE S! STRAWBERRY PLANTS KHH SaSe EM 4 Variety, Style and Quality. Ilk'THIS COMBINHD WITH OUR Fruit and Shade, Shrubs, Asparagus, drape Vines, Roses, Peonies, Phlox, etc. everything tor LAWN and HARDEN, IF YOU WANT TO SAVE MONEY READ THIS. We are overstocked in some lines, and in order to close them out belore getting our Spring flock in will give greatly reduced prices on these lines. The following tells you what we will ORCHARD, NO AOENTS to. FREE CATAI.OflS Low Prices Make il to your interest to give us a good share .of H. F. riillenmeyer& Sons, Lexington, Ky. Nuraerjmen Since 1841. your trade. We strive to please our customers be- cause we know sat isf led customers are our best assets. K K HUKl'LUSANDUN- - a JOO.OOO ft DIVIDED IMfOfcUTH, 3 Mens $16.00 Overcoat po 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'sSuils at $13.50, 18.00 Suits at 12.00, 14.00 Suits at 9.00. Boys' Suits at about the same 2.50 Suits at 8.50, 8.50 Si its 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' 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 wagen don't fail to get our price, and if you don't know the 1 1 ready-to-we- Yours to please, g - Winciikstjsk Bank. OKI WlKUIINTHK. 1CV. TUB 'A WALDRON & JOHNSON, ,; Waltersville, N. Ifoi.iiY WiTiiniiMi'oiiN, I'mkh, ;3 V. It. Hcuah, Cahiiikii. ;J YOUR ACCOtJNTH HOr.lOlTKO 31 wagon we will tell you of some home people who are using them and who can tell you about them. We are still selling Eldean flour at $ 2.60 per" hundred, 65c for 24 lb. sacks, sugar 4.75 per hundred or 20 lb. for .00, roafted coffee, 6c per pound. We have one only 135.00 Sewing Machine goes in this Sale at 22.50, Now is your chance and here is the place for genuine bargains. 1 1 Ky. Hardwick & Co., Stanton (9 SPOUT SPRING. Fourteen to the Pen. Later Figures. i There are f now fourteen men One of our valued ruihscrilicrs Moses attended McKinney nt Louisville who ip n very close in the Winchester jail with pen- Court day nt Winchester Monday. observer of facts and figures, itentiary sentences, but they will Shelf. MeKinnney sold sixteen writes the Times as below and be taken to their penal homes in yearling steers to Oip Witt at we take pleasure in giving it a few days. While outlawry is space in our paper as we are anx- prevailing at. such an alarming !fil7.G0 per head. rate in our neighbor county, the Kid. Geo. W. Mcintosh boualit ious to do justice to all parties. "Your issue February lflth un authorities in control seem to ten yearling steers of Curt JUch-ardsnat $10.00 per head. der tho headline 'A Slump in the know' how to deal out justice to them. Consumption of Beer.' Shelt McKinuey has bought a "You quote from the 'Ameriboundary of good ' timber on How Editors Uet Rich. can Issue' which goes on to say Occasionally an editor gets Wood ward '8 creek from Ben that according to the report of rich, as witness the case of one Stone for .$1,400.00. the Internal Revenue Commisot the craft, in a neighboring Aquilla Snowden, of Winches ' sioner for the liecal year, there in bus- ter, was hero a few days this town. This editor started was a decrease in the output of iness livo years ago with 22 cents. week tho guest of relatives. Mr. beer of 1, 100,425) barrels, com Today he is worth $0,000. His Snowden is thinking of moving pared with the previous year. accumulation has been due to his back to these parts. n Notice to Public. Farm Drain Tile Moke Your Wet Land Productive. By the use of drain tile you eai. turn that low-- , wet, ustlffs, swam- py field into the most productive spot on your farm, (lood tile, properly placed, not only carries off surplus water, it admits nir to the soil and makes it easy to work. It improves any soil. The inereace nr inn nf n vii'iirima iiiiinliOOll. ami it is enough for my friends to say that 1 have chosen him as my professional associate. in the value of the laud is many M. S. Browne. times the cost of the tile. The (list year's crop froni tiled land pays for it. Any body can do the work successfully. Write for particulars or cell at out plant. shall open by ollice for active practice January J, and shall have as a partner Dr. Woodroll .1. Flowers, of Coliimbiil, Ky., Iir. Flowers has built up a large practice in Columbia in a few years but abandons it for a large held. He is 5J0 ,eais old, in tne I ded Kiver Brick & Tile Company, Training School for Teachers C ' RICHMOND, KY. A "This statement being a with statistice I had recently noticed, I looked the matter up and find that you are quoting statistice for the fiscal year ending June JlOth, 1912, which reports verify the figures you qeote; but the stotement is misleading and out of date to be published now as a news item. Quoting from the recent figures published by the Internal Revenue DeprrtniPiit, the output of beer for the fiscal vear ending June 80th, lOUJ was C5,a24,510 bis., for the vear ending June Mth, 1912, 02,170,094, making total increase in the output of 1918 over that, of 1912 of 8,147,822 barrels. "As this is an interesting item of news, I suggest you publish the figures which will bring the matter up to date and give your readers the exact status of the vast amount of beer consumed in these United States annually." con-traI Read This and t.fe if theie is no4 some of tha papers below that you want. If you are paid in advance for the Tillies and want one of the papers mentioned below, subtract 50 cents fmm the amount and send us the . difference. The Times and " " Lexington Leader 3 75 " Evening Post and Inrge wall map, 3 r, 44 Weeklv Enquirer, 1.00 , KchooU of Ktutivk. FrU Jim Franklin Barnett has mov- STAVTON KENTUCKY gality and the fact that! a rich ed back from Clark county. He holnW. Twanla.tiI1ltr tnw trMm bnlMlnr nruwIt.ntwtiifrMKlifml, uncle died and left him $4,909. has moved into the house with Thlrt Trrm Jinn OVER OK YEARS- kmhrrH. 8oonlTrmi who is a - Jug rrihTwmAprllf, Summer AM We have .received one of Hi "Uncle" Bill Snowden EXPERIENCE grandfather of his wife. lenmever's new catalogs of trees,, T. S. McKinney received n teland etc., and it is full of valuaevery one ephone message Sunday announc-ingjhble ''formation for death of Mrs, J. D. wlu .iwiis land. If any of our I bade manna at Hudson, III. Mr. Mc readers hasn't one and want to 1 rir.niB COPVniGHTS Ac. nake an order for trees at whole- Kinney left on the afternoon AnTAtift iMiflfntr a nkttrh and dMrrlntlnn train to attend the funeral at nniCKlf ascertain our opinion ireo wiiniiermnv asan sale prices we will be glad to litTentlnn la probably pnleutnhlfl. (Vimmnrilriv Hudson. He was joined at WinHon8trlctlyconndeiiMal. onl'Menta sist them. out f roe. Oldest asencr for aecurlnir Dfttontu chester by Messrs.D. aud Ma l'Atents t&ken th roach Jluun ft Co. receive ht hook tpeeUU notice, irll hout cbwrge, In tbe rion McKinney. . Oflicial count by Treasurv ofLit too. . scKtitinc jftneiicatK I now have my dressmaking ficials shows' that 7,405 national A bandflomelf lllnntrated yrWf. Trtrfnt latum of any rlentldo Journal. Terms, $J a banks have applied for member- shop open next door to Central Hoyear j four months, $L Sold by all newsdealers. M PATCf.T L 'VCRS, ship in the Federal re.serve sys- tel, Call and give me atrial. SatMUNN&Co.3B,Br"a-'-Ne- w York UOeventhS WWngtonC 625 F St, Wuhlmton. D. O. Branch Ulrica, tem; that eighteen have notified isfaction guaranteed, both in fitting Mii N'lint Mays. the committee they will not ap- and the price. ply, and that ten have not been HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAI0 MM Report of the Condition of The heard from. FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES Bm Wrlta for price- Wool on Commltslon. containing Powell County Deposit Hit mentioning this ad. One hundred cases, EatabUahed 1837 80,000 eggs, arrived in St. Louis Bank, JOHN WHITE & CO. louisville.ky. from China, the importation of u doing business at the town of Stanton St. Louis commission merchant, County of Powell, State of Kentucky, who says he can sell the eggs to nt the close of linsiness on 2nd day of retailers .t 20 cents a Uo.en and February, IBM. make a pn.llt. WATCH IT RUB IN n -.( hoi :s. I -7 strict attention to business, fru- fBUTnwdUUantl Ohmm Iodine to El. lwnfa'.t thiI'I m all Ufo Mtitn t1ftVrr. rwt C r fpea- e iMm r HANDBOOK I n n clr-c- a MinU AND HIDES JF;V'2ft IP Ija AX THINK OF IT 111 -I Loans nad Discounts . . $02,045.1 0 " 44 4 44 44 44 OhioFarnier,McCall's&ol.25 Home and Farm, .80 Southern Agriculturist, .80 .SO Inland Farmer. nily Stete Journal to I to trll nvnlmiT. and ravbest market .1 or. WC l(C UWICI., wu.ioiiiy i Dims. fn 1S56; and can do BETTER for you than agents or commission In merchants. References any bank Louisville. Write for weekly price list. M. SABEL 4. SONS 1 . I n K1 Y. -.- Overdrafts, secured arid unse: . .? '1,408.87 cured, Stocks,-Bondand other.Se- 2,244.41 . . . curities, 4,734.fP . .. Due from Banks, 4,390.60 . . . Cash on hand, Jankins: House. Furniture, and '4,57.00 Fixtures, Total, LIABILITIES. $80,290.69 SfljPPS t n V a liniment .that is guaranteed ivlhwe all aches, or you get back l r 1 Milrinone). Headache. Neuralgia. BackRheumatism, Sore ache. Feet, Corns April 1. Kentnckiaii. l.Oii 1 & 33 L Mirkil SL lOUIMlUE, IT. Dealers In FURS, HIDES, WOOL. On 3.a.j.a.4.J188.8.131.52.184.108.40.206.4.4.-- - RED HOT SALE. Your Gain ana Our Loss. are here to give you Cash Prices on everything or Country Produce in Exchange. We and other pains quickly field to thn Capital Stock paid in, in cash $15,000.00 southing influence of tins wonderful remedy. 8,000.0( . . Surplus Fund, Undivided Profits, less expens 212.2o 1 es and taxes paid, ' . sk for Your piouey Sack Deposits subject to check, 02.Ot7.44 10.00 Unpaid Dividends if it fails to "relievo any ache in any part of your body in fifteen minutes . . . Bills Pavable W.00OU time. t . . $80,299.6f Total, 511c at druggists, or by mall, postpaid. State of Kentucky, ft .N'-i'S- i ... m eRHEfUMATISM . njRUCIVACltCH& S I County of Powell, j We, J. W. Williams Bourbon Remctly Co., I- All goods low in price. " A full line of Men's and E. II. I.EXINUro.N, KY. fuller, President and Cashier of the named Bank, do solemnly swear chat tho above statement' is true to the test of our knowledge and belief. John W. Williams, President E. II. Fuller, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me his 12th day of February, 1914. fy Commission expires Feb. 28, 1914. J. B. Blackburn, .Notary Public. 'orrect Attest : 8. D. Hall, J. II. Hardivick, T. 0. Hall, Directors. After Four Years of Discouraging Conditions, Mrs. Bollock Gave S2jHicHLhWiACHt; SPRAIHitlUMEJ, ElO 4.V Mil V HUSBAND RESCUED DESPAIRING WIFE had gotten so weak I could not stand, and I gave up in despair. I 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. Jaws but American born. EVERY WOMAN iliOULD EARiN mroducing d- At last, my husband got me menced taking it. can now a bottfe of Up in Despair. Husband Cardul, the woman's tonic, and I com- P25 !- WEEK PER Came to Rescue. From the very first I dose, I could tell it was helping me. I f. Come on with Your Orders, we will sell You Merchandise at as low margin as anyone can. I Lowe & Crowe, ESSES, our very completi pring line of beautiful wool eult 'iiiH, wadi fabrics, fhn'--v wiitingf like, hdkls., petticoats, eta. Up t ate N. Y. City patterns. Fines' me on the market. Dealing direct itb the mills you will jind ou rices low. If others can tnakt 10.00 to $30.00 weekly you can l8u. Samples, full instruction! it. eat sample cases, ghipjied exjre orepaid. No money required, Ex. IubIvo territory. Write for partio liars. Be first to apply; Standard Dreis Ooodi Cempany," 100 1st St. Ulnslumton, N. V. walk two miles without its Catron, Ky. In an interesting letter tiring me, and am doing all my work." If you are all run down from womanly from this place, Mrs. Bettie Bullock troubles, don't give up In despair. Try writes as follows : "I suffered for four this tune, years, with womanly troubles, and during Cardul, the woman's tonic. It has helped 1 could only sit up for a little more than a million women, in its 50 while, and could not walk anywhere at years of continuous success, and should all. At times, I would have severe pains surely help you, too. Your druggist has sold Cardul for years. He knows what in my left side. The doctor was called In, and his treat- It will do. Ask him. He will recomment relieved me (or a while, but I was mend it. Begin taking Cardul today. WriU Lajt soon confined to my bed again. After Advisory tot Chattanooga Meilcln Co.', Special Dct.. Clutunnia, Trnn., lot that, nothing seemed to do me any good. Instruction oa Treatment tor t ' J M.pos book, ' lloma at iJ4n wrapper. J4i