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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): March 12, 1914 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1914 cla1914031201_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.): March 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. ttV n . THE ;S1.M) a Year JJ. in Aihanw. GBCITY We arc h'eVe TIMES. .1. id id; Clay CilyTtfic Snrroiialiiig Coaniry ad Ourselves. E. Burgher, I'ublishcr. X. . olaV Pitt,' Stanley Vs. Beckham. con- Afl eoiin-'try KrVfoifUKSDAY II unpen ajAnoir ja. joh STANTON NEWS. Mr. Jesse Crowe NO. I J jXaWie Government Sees It. St ranee Things Will w'ill Tho cost is haa(ing over roads is largely determined by thb Jsrtt'e of tJie load that can .ho hauled, 'tlie number of trips that can 'be, made in a day, and '.up vear anu jear.nn reams ami ijjli)mVfertjjriordin to the Of- grades,' as well as ruts and sorve to decrease the speed and the load. On the principle thut a'.dlTain in ho stronger than ifs'wbtikest link, the maximum load- that a team can draw is the loa'd' that if. cart draw nip the steepest hill or through t lie deepest mudholeon that roud. Wherever"possible roads should be located 'On straight lines between terminal points In hilly or mountainous country, however, the attempts 'to keep roads straight between terminals often leads to the feerious error of heavy grades. StraightiieHs and grade must, therefore; be handled together. The best location is one which is straight in general di Section, is free from ia located ou solid ground, and .serves the largest possible f people. Roads should be located for the beiiefit.qf the pubus the,privato landlie, owner., . The elimination of one or two steep hills on a line of;roaii will frequently enable, horses, to ilraw mud-holes, The lion. Owsley Stanley IIIIMWO II IO WbLU I If lilt t aUUUM - steep-grade- s, uum-'ero- making, which with' vote taking, in lifie'reAf p'arra governor'' Tjpck-ha(if the Stat'e. will open his, campaign' March 10 next. Monday4 The Times would not detract one laurel from the Governor's store of famo, hut we do not consider him the equal of.Mr Sjfariley when it comes t cjialnpiohi'tip the cause of the pegpfe against the trusts, the arbitrary and which, defiatory railroads, together, are tryina to own the Government as well as KenWe are proud, to ane tucky them getting some serious setbacks both in the State and Na tion. But what has Governor Beckham done to. produce, these set bucks? Owsley Stanley has prov-ewhat he is fnrby doin things with the steel trust.'rtnd, tells yrtu whore he stands with the railroads, while Governor Beck-hamust rdiifduncly admit, that, as an attorney for the L.,cte N. railroad since Jie vacated the ni . d m happen ir Stranjio thtiiB this old' wrtrfdjif oUrs, and evett so at Frankfort. Several days ago Representative Walton, of Lexington, waed warm in his support of tleFinn railroad bill, and towereqtjn eloquen',o itl speech making, for the bill, in which some serious charges wero made agoinWil member of the Railroad Ooiitmissinn (but is was not our honored member) for con. spiring with tlie railroads to defeat the bili,a part of which remarks thetimes reproduced and favorablcnmmented upon. Yet this same Representative Walton Monday voted against the 2 cent bil . Verily, Kentacky, while a land of milk and Ji ney, every two years lias a Legislature lull n,t surprises, and'deceptions. Mr. Waling, however, voted for the2J ce.pt, bill which passway, it occurs ed. And, to u? that thi is the rate tixed last week byHhe L. & N. of its divaaccord. jJSs . by-jth- rail-roa- d The Baak Statement. Gjvemor's chair therailroad company has caiiimanded his influ- e'lVcp, and talent to thwart the" will of the people .and ,tl best interests qf the State if such s happened to displease the of hi.8. roail man-ijger- - na-we- il 'Xlwx. oould-drawo- the iiltl." takes., ' approximately, four times us. muclupo.w tr to draw 'liiads up 10 per cent, grades '(10 "Jeet vertical in 100 feet horizontal) as on a level; but on a 1 per cenUor 5 percent, grade i horse can usually,' draw (fur' a short on tihie) asmiuch us'.he a ley.el. A per cent, grade is, therefore, cnil8idered.,th'e maximum ou roads subject: hauling. Many steep grades may be avoided by locating the road around or.ove,r theMiill the handle tif the bucket is no longer when hold in u. horizontal than in u vertical. Dy y.oing around wo avoid two steep hills. If the road must pass up a steep hilt or muuiitttinn sides, the steepness of the grade may be decrease, (y .increasing, .the VppgtlV of the .road. In other words, eliminate ateep graded by locating tlie roud qu curved pr zigzag lines, arid not in u straight lf,uo,froiu,( the button, to the; top curve's should of the hill. le ca'rufuljy plotted and the s'trai'alrt 'stretches, located with an i 6 atrium out. This improves th'd rook's.ol the, road and does not add niutoriully to its cost. studyirig, the relation of grade, to distance the following can-dra- It road. atjpns, including th'eM L. & N. railroad, cou'8pjlr'pd,m the.klllihg of ins brother Governor Goebel J Goebel was. beckhaih'a running Beckham as Lieut. Qoverfwr succeeded Governor Goe'lie) after his, death,- and this connection- led later to Iub elecas Governor tion and of the State. coupled with the .iaet that as soon' as Governor, Beckham was defeatedrfor t.he,U. S. Senate, he entered into tJho 'employ of the accused, railroad company, do not look good .to us, and- - we are anxious to feee how. tIjeGovernor is ijoing to explain away the v mist. It. is not fair to censure an attorney for repesenting a railroad as a liLwyec, but he,N."eX' tre.mo circumsta'neos preceding Governor Beckham's employ, mont by the railroa'd company makes it very 'unbecoming in 1 this case. - iHBttiBGf&d.thecorp maty.nnd - The statement of the condition of the Clay Cti'ty National Bank which appears'in this issue of the Times isia ehuwink worthy to be proud of. Thjj deposits are past I he one hundred thousand mark while ihe, loaiie are greater than BBaUe?JTh-fsrve is'Held'Up.at f the .same time, insuring every safety to depositors the national banking laws require. There is not a bank anywhere in the State that makes a better showing one time with another than does the Olay City National. It is also a great money maker fur the stockholders Kentucklans In Texas. Mr. A. O. Barues who return- i Tliese-eondition- posi-tin- n . ed from Miami, Texas last week, reports that part of the Lone Star State as being very healthful. He says Judge Fletcher has built up l wonderfully in flesh us other lean Keutuckians locating there. Mr Barnes, however, thinks that when it comes to making a living, Kentucky t be excelled, and he himself will continue tovremain a citizen of the good Commonwealth of Kentucky. lias-alcan-no- Tj-.e's- ciflnul'atio'rKifl interesting :To lift ifaoti .1 foot high requires 2,000 l'ii1poiinds of energy ; on U road the ,'diirfaue of which oilers 100 ppfjuds of tructi.vo rcslsttinco.por to7n't)Vo same energy would roll tho.toVu horizontal dista'uci! of . , lioa'iis should never be located 80 close U. strealn beds as to be subject tbaivet flow, or on ground which1 is constantly uamp and niarshy. friibearth road ijhould'havo at luastfsix houts of sunshine each 4 . , ..', day. Tin's cun be(secured pither by locating ther road vijth eciuth-uror westom exposure, or by having such brush arid trees' as impede the drying action of tho sun .iud wind removed. With gravel and stono road's this is not so necessary, as u cortaiin aiiioUiit of. tuolstuto is needed on s.uch roads, especially in tho summer time., t?.Vtfi.i.t iii.v fitaflo id tiflf. itfl all. problem aloneij ' Oi& KinoQrin Ifjint; nf the road on .those who now live noon it. Munv farmers dislike to have the road placed biick- of UIHjPasses House. their house or put of siht of i.t. The lower broach of the It reijuiros tact and good judg.Monday, passed the 2J ment to secure a sutiuhle location cpnt car fare billaiftor defeating without arousing harsh antagoithtt 2 cept bill. P'flie'L. & N. did nism. .not make a light ou the 2. cent I now have my dresamakij' hU us this roadihad nlready shop open next doorto Contrsirilo-tol- . its rateU) this amount, ' Cull. and ulvo me a trilT St- having heou virtually forced to ini'aotioii, guaranteed, both in lUUu ' do so .by 'other sUte. laws. mil) urn (iciuu, n Mr.-0nrr- y Back t(i Clay City. H. D. Oijrry, who moved to Nicholas county some tun or twelve years ago, has moved back into one of his houses in is a citiplay Oifiy. zen of whom wo may justly feel proud, lie being so loyal to his native town uudcounty Every year 3iuce ho has lived in Niche-aa- t county, he h'a's not failed to comeback to.Ojoy City to Vote, and to all who know him, it is neudless to say, in every instance, he has voted the straight Democratic ticket. ' - Leg-:islotn- iui8nuiii, ffl My Mr. Broadway mot lus bride made n busi- whije foreman of tho concrete ness trip to Winchesert recently. worker at the bridge near , hor home. Mrs. Tom Hall nnd daiighterl Mrs. Sis Ilnll'visit edlier aged Rossyln, were visitors to our oi mother in ClayCity last, Sunday. town last week. Her mother,i8 80 years of age Mr. and Mrs. John WilliatnR and is believed to be the oldest visited itrLexiugtnn last week wotnan in tho county. If there returning home Sunday. are any older we would be glad Misse Lillie and Maude Boone to know it. s are visitiinr lheir sister on Mr. Romulus Jackson who W creek this week. been very sick for soveral days if Mrs. Frank Atchison, of Lexi- recovering apd will soon be out. ngton,-has been visiting with again, ne is able to sit up and Mrs. FfTie Smith this week. get to the table. It looks r.ither Mr. John Ilardwick. of Win- bad but Uncle Romulus was chester, is jn town this week taken sick almost immediately looking after his business inter- after partakim: of the sumutotiB dinner which Mrs. Phillips gave ests. Mr. Hugh Johnson, of Hatch- and thr men's banquet that ers Creek, has moved to Mrs. night. The dinner at Mrs. Phil- s Van Martin's place for tho coin- lips was so good that Uncle thought he was a little boy ing year. auain and what he ate was simRev J. T. Adams and wife, of ply marvelous. Hatcher's Creek, have returned Mr and Mrs. XV. .11. Norton from a visit to friends and entertained delightfully Saturin the Bluegrass. day evening at their hmue wi'h Rev. J. C. Hanley was in Lex- a birthday partv in honor of ington last week and called upon their daughter, Margarete. Miss Prof. Buck who is in the hospital Mayme Derickson was the reign-inand found him doing quito well. belle of the evening. Ice Miss Mary East on, 'of West cr.eam and cuke was served and Bend, visited her many friends games were enjoved bv all The n our town last week and then young hostess is quite charming went to Fincastlo to the home of and popular ind the "party gave her uncle. a great deal of pleasurcto about of .her friends. The Mr. S. J. Miller and family, nf twenty-fivMorristown, Indiana, wero vjeit-in- guests were: Misses Myrtle Lenora Johnson, Mayme e at the home of Buriiam last week. Mrs, Miller is Derickson, Delia Norton. Sarah Hardwick, Ethvl Martin, Regent a sifter of Mrs., Skidmore. Snowden. Minnie Coulee, Lahe Mrs. Fred Blatikhurn visited Knox and Norn Martin. Messrs. the home folks in Clark countv Marion Atkinson, Clay Coulee, while her,XuBbano flemded. al - WilHarn", imppfinnof tneAgricUltueoTaTrt uother, Troy ann Louis Martin, at Frankford a few days airo. Hert. Urowe, (JIaune Williams, Mr. George Sewell, of Ford, Charley Stephens. Elmer visited his sister, Mrs. James and George Derickson. Patrick, this past week. George Mr. D. W. Stone, a Sunday Patrick, of Jackson, also visited school worker of the Big Sandy with his brother, Mr. Patrick. Valley, will Iip in Stanton on Mr. Tom Conleeleft Monday for Saturday, and on Saturday night Walnut Hills to visit with liis will hold au Instituts at the son, Irvie, and to look over the on SundyFchnol land in that section of Fayette ChriRtianchureli continue this the work. He will eimntv. following morning ut the PresbyMr. Ide Bonne was called to terian church and will occupy SehollsTllle Sunday where his Rev. J. C. Hanley's hour of ser uncle, Mr. Isaiah Schnll had vice and at night will hold again died The funeral was held on at the Christian church Mr. Sunday. Stone gives his whole time to Mrs. Mollie Law, of Puncheon this work and it is desired of perpon in Stanton thut they nip, where she is matron nf Highland CoJIeire in Breathitt attend these meetings. The aim county, is visitinglier relative is to build mi the Sunday school work for hrMi churches in Stanhere this week Mrs. Frank Yocum, of Hatch- ton. Prof Il'in'ey has. kindlv Mr. Stone have to er's creek, is visiting for a month conspntpd Mr.leStone had already his day as among her many friends and kin folks in Wolfe county, in thoCal-- i planned this trip before he knew the arrangements of our Sunday boose section of thp county. " services. Mr. D. R. Clark returned TuesChildren and grandchildren, day from a several days visit to neighbors, to his daughter, Mrs. Irvie Coulee, friends and score, gathered tly? at. of Walnut Hills. He reports hor number of a the home of Mr. John W as 6omo better though not well on Wednesday, the 11th, yer. to help our honored, venerable There was a homo coming of citizen celebrate the 77th the children at the home of Mr. of his birth. After exand Mrs. Dan Milton this past pressions of congratulations, the week. Those returning were Mr. company enjoyed themselves in and Mrs. Charley Johnica, Miss- social converse until dinner wuh es Myrtle and Pearl Milton, all announced, when they sat down Pearl will re- to u most delicious aiid bountiof Winchester. main ut home for awhile. ful feast of good things such as Mr George Anderson, of Mor- Mrs. Williams knows so wel' ris Creek, was bitten in the how to plan and prepare. Seventhumb by a dog, lust week. With ty-seven years arc more than Mr. Luther Stephens they went the Scriptural allotment pi' the to Richmond to litid tho mad age nf man, yet Mr. William stone thut has been there but it carries their weight gracefully, had been taken to Bowling and looks good for many more Green and so they returned home. years of activity, and wosincere-lhope he may bo spared to celIt is not. thought the dog was mad and the bite is not a serious ebrate several other birth annione. versaries. .Among those preen Mr. J. B.Treadway, of Beatty-vill- were: Mr. Henry Williams, Mrs. Junctiou, utid.ti splendid Mattie Baird ami daughter, voung man, know whore to come Georgia, of Gordonton; Dr. ami to find a helpiuuet for his life's Mrs. Lyons, of Winchester; Mrs. work. Going to the koine of Mr. Ruyhurii,.of L. & F- Junction ; Jim Williams ho selected one of Mr. Jamos Ewen,. Rev. and Mrs. his charming girls, Miss Pearl, J. C. Hanley, Mr. and Mrs. J. Miss Helen Welch, of und they wore married at the homo of tho writer ou Friday. Stautou. Hard-wick'Rntp-ulug e g Will-iamSkid-mor.Rjeliard-CrowjvEarJ ev-er- Y, t v a W.ill-iam- s. anni-voisar- y y o - 'f if qy n Mr TTT I JL Jk.jL.JL jLd f VI X I JL JL IO T 1 J'UULISIIKP KVEIIY TI1UUSIIAY. Romory coilnty also voted ngninst the 'J.co'nt faro, nml led the light against the people's bill. To tho credit of Speaker Terrell, he vacated the chair nud led the fight o $520,870. Subscription rates SI a year or three years in advunee &!. J. 12. Hurghcr, Publisher. Jenunl-clns.i Entered as Thursday, nuiil matter. --- March 12, 1914. CLOB RATES. For the convenience of our subscribers, we have crrunged club rates with the following papers at pricee below mentioned : The Times and " Cincinnati Enquirer $1.00 " Louisville Herald 1 00 ' Home and Farm 80 " Ir land Fnrnier 80 Southern Agriculturist 80 best people wlitrliiive located in the Bluegrnss, ' liail htve been their nacontented to remain tive county, null have dono for faro. Itepreseii-tativ- this county wlutu'fhey hnve ,done for tho Wills, of Clark county, for their Inptcd gnjinties, I'owell i.i UC in tlfeluiid of other Voted for the bill, as ho usually WUUIU i. does for nil good legislation, if irocressivc counties insteall of lie' did miss it last week when ho ft einc led by wither counties that voted against State aid for our they have lielped'to build up. roads. The Democrats'li'Avo now been The location of so many niouii- - in power one full year and none fnin nnnnlo thorn is tnllinir nmiin of the calamities' predicted by ..... ... i the Itemihlicane. have yet come i .( intno wea.m ui u.U lmvI)r()Ven tlet,,- VllUltv occilio iif vu in solves to bo as poor prophets as CUUtlllcB. the lead as the increase of wealth legislators t'pr the, masses of tho in the county over last year is people. ' - v. If Uhegpcore of our The Clay City National Wants thc-busin- of all who value c . : Courtesy, Safety ard Good Me tKod s. v . Capital, - - $25,000.00 Surplus, ; 6,000.00 Shareholders' Liability, 25,000.00 Clay A City - National of a Century in Clay City, Bank, Having Decided to Make a CLAY- CITY, KENTUCKY. Quarter Our Representative, (J.ibIi Gum, voted a'gainst the mi I road rate bill in the Lfinelature Mon- day. If John Tut t It had have been there he would hnve voted for it. He was pledged to do so, and would have kept Mr promise. Mr. Gum refusti tn nnnmtf m vole t..r the 2.CHr bill. We warned our readers, and told tbem of the diiierence in theiwo men, but Itepubln'-anwould be. . it itepuniieans mid elected n man who refuses to votn-foour interests when he can do so, especially when it is a question between the railroads and the people. Keniember, when you go to travel that you must pay 20. more for your ticket than you Would have had to pay had you ejected John Tuttle to the Legislature instead of Mr Gum, and hau live jither districts 'elect edj inen to the Legislature who would represent theueonle iiiRteud or': in going from the railroads t wiiicnesier ana ohck it will ri you 20 cents more for I'D cuime of Mr. Gum mid tour others misrepresejttiug us at Frankfort; and when we goto Li'xiugton and back we must pay 40 cei. t8 tribute to the railroads when it would have been unnecessary to do so had we had the pr ipir representation at Frank-fuI s Big Change in Our Shoe Department Prepare this FALL, we will sell our entire tock of Men's, ' Women s, Boys , , for the ysmin.sJo Cold 4 Weather and" buying what comfortable Girls , , and Children s Shoes, , at SHIMFESSEL'S clothing i r GREAT REDUCTIONS Lo 1 ciusu out bver.v thing you'need i Everything .i ' to ..i"li-eep you warm, and not drain your pocketbookr. eitner. II i Sale will begin on Suits for Men and Boys, CLOAKS and SUITS ' Monday the Hth and continue until our present Shoe Stock is closed out. Our full W rhefi ' Srid t fit ancTto - rls. : n'f They are .mad flock is ' be Stylish too. sunjcc3- Ct you"' out ui " to your ir.fpedion tad.'we know' we can f'. '' 'what, you need, or ,we wouldn't invite you n MRS. J. W. to come prid ' trad; where you havp bf?n buying prices serviceable goicV'at pas' Iwei.tj- - v told you mi, we knew it. It people vote for their own iniiMfstK first: Tho Times will iidvise voting for a man tlm we doubt, even though he be a Democrat. Good men we want in ollife, and good men only will we support. Representative Judy, of Mont- VW it- - Mine ti'-v- W iams. Stare k inAdvauoo SntiNf no-li- on No Money Guar-onlon- il LoweHtNet 13 Fa ot ory PrloBR Terma a b 1 oh t A Savlug o! SlOO to P A. 8TARCK PKCtlDCNT S200 l'rom Fnc-lor- y Direct IN YOUR OWN HOME trial. In your We will ship you a beautiful Starck Piano for 30 dais' fre home. No cash payment required. All Is that you will upon, una test this piano for 30 days. If. at tho end of that tlmo, ypu daplay find It uso the highest (Trade, sweetest toned and finest nlano In vfrv nv. tint not attn for the money, you are at perfect liberty to send it back, and we will. In that ovurcn must maxo good with you. or therla.no sale. we-as- 30 DAYS' FREE TRIAL $150.00 er Mare n h. We jliln direct to you from our factory, at you. uimardi of tlSO.00 in the prlco ttat coat ot your piajio. We piarantee to fumUh you better Dlano for the monrv than vou can R.nrcure eltrwliere. Vou are atsured of rrcelvlnz a utiuactory tweet toned durable hicn Erade piano. Sm Easy Paymaals manufacturer. Thcae term are arranirrd to uit your convenience, and it is poMlbla for ypu 16 buy a piano for your hoiae, without mining- - the money, You pay no cash down, but alter SO daya of trial, you can begin payment on the low, est, eaalret terms ever auggested by a piano art 2S-Y- ar ' luaranlee , Every Stank I'lano it guaranteed for So ycara, Thia fuaranteo lut tiack tof It our 34 yrati o pUno experience, and tlie repii- tatlon of an iionalbl piano liouae, 2nd-Ha- nd largaias ex- aiarex Player-Plan- es We have conitahtly on hand a larie number of tligbtly used and accopd band nlanoa ot all standard mates taken la SI Fraa Musle change for new Btarck Piaaoa The followand Player-llanoing arc s few sample bargain i atoT Lessens To purchaser ot Btarck Piano, we clve free Inuile leatona. In una of the beat known school la Chicago. Tbeoe leaaona you can take la your own home, by initL Tbll reiruienti one year'i tree Imtriictlou, every Weber Stcinway Chlckering Kimball Starck acconJ-ban- ...,$110.00 02.00 80.03 85.00 195.00 Starck 1'Uyer-Pianoare the best and most beaut!-- , ful 1'layir Pianos on tho market. You will be delighted with the many ex? .elusive feature of these' wonderful Instruments, and will be pleased with the very low prfee at which they can be secured. Bend todjy for our new beautifully .illustrated pUna , wuica uvea you a ; large amount of lnfonna-.lio- n rfgirilliig piano. This i Plana look Fraa feend for our latest coinpbte bargain list. V. A. STARCK PIANO CO. 1384 KlnroK !:!,.. interest and Write todar. !JIOAr'i THE A nOMK-MAD- TIMES. K PAPER. March 12, llltfRSliAV, T mil. Newell, who recently sold his property here, and who whs burtied nut. Jast.wcek,' will locate at Winchester,- and continue to hold down a responsible position with the nev L & N. railroad from Winchester to ' ' Irvine. F.-1- '. , iliy "niir; 0L Circuit court will convene- at, The docket Stanton Mtmdny. will be very light as usual, ot Andy Lc'dford, of Crab Orch least so far as the couiityVown ard, is here on business. business is concerned, but thero is a case oft wo 81 00 per Try our canned goods dozen assorted. Mrs. .1. W.Williams. transferred from some other county to our court for disposal. F. G. Coulee and wife, o The second quarterly meeting ard, visited relatives for several of this circuit, will bo held vnt days last week. the Methodist church cm next Tho Rev. Clias. G. Mann has Saturday night and Sunday;' Ev, l returned from "two weeks' visit erybody invited to attend. with his w;fe at College Corners, Preaching by,Dr. John R.fDeer- Ohio. ,Frank. B. Kussell, of LouisSince Illinois established mothville, and James B. Hall, of Lexer's pensions wife desertion has ington, and officials of the Clay largely increased; which, shows City National Bank, were in the that a woman often woulfiatlier city yesterday. havo a pension than .her' hus."l There will, bo an oyster supper band. a't the Methodist. clmrch Friday System Cleanser. night. Let every body no out Spring Blood and During the winter months impu' and help the good ladies in their rities accumulate, your bjood beaid for the church.' comes impure and thick, vour kid- LOCAL BREVITIES. occa-sional- ly Stubborn, 'Annoying Cough Cnred. "My husband had a ough for fifteen yearvand my son for eight years. Dr. King's New Discovery completely ell red them, for which I am most thankful," writes Mrs. David Moor, of Saginaw, Alabama. Whit .Dr. King's New Discovery did forWtiese men. It will .do for you. Dr King's New Discovery should be.in'every home. Stops cacWng Coughs, relieves la grippe and all thoas, rnd lung ailment Aloney back f it fails. All drug-gistPrice 50p,and $1.00. II. E. Bucklen & Co., Philadelphia or St. Louis. ' s. . USE HOPE MILLS FLOUR Talking About Flour Have you ever trieil the PEARL brandy No. Fail not to try it at the lirt opportunity if you would know what a good (lour really is. We also make the PEERLESS SELF-RISIN- G FLOUR. If your grocer hasn't it nsk h'm to get it for yu. With it bread muking will be easy. - The End in Sight. Made d Ground hog' winter will end next Monday, the lOlh. lie has so far mnde good his prophecy for fltx weeks' winter. Spriiig l scheduled to beein six days later, and .we heard a blue bird singing the other day. We are thus, reminded that' the gentleness of Spring will.fonn be hero when thecriss will iiein to crow, the flowers will bloom, and the beautiful birds will continue to sing in the trees. After all isn't this a sweetf world in which to live, if we could onlyjippreciato it as we should? - J. n . urIW CAIN, Versailles, Kv. 99m' ovi? When in Need of Builc s Hardware, Stoves, .'ntles, Grates, Tiles, We are selling the new Roval Machine, prices from $20.0' 10 year guaranty. up.Mrs. J. W. William - There has been a number ot very sore arms in Clay Oity recently owing to the general praci prevent tice of vaccination the" spread of small pox. It has had its effect, and there is not a new case iii the city or county, and all panels are now well, leaving the county tree from the disease , 'Beware-of-constipation- - Laxative. Use Dr. Ktug'&SfeR Life Pills ahdjkeei. Well. Mrs. Charles E. Smith, of West Franklin, Me , calls them. "Our family Juxafive." Nothing Letter for adults or aged. Gettlieni to day 25c. All Druggists or by mail. II. E. Bucklen fc C o., Philadelphia and St, Louis. . neys, liver and bowels fail to work, "Spring Fever." causing You eel tifed, weak and lazy 'llittere IhtJ spring ;tonie knd'Vtyst'em cleanser ris what you need; they, stimulate tlfe kidneys, liver and bowels to healthy action, expel blood impurities and restore your, health, strength and ambition. Electric hitter's makes you feel like new., Start a four weeks' treatment it will put you iii fine shape for your spring work. Guaranteed. All Druggists. f0e. and 81 0. H. E. Bucklen & Cq. Philadelphia ' . or St. Louis. . d . Chickapoo Worm Killer Expels Worms The oiii-- e of vour child'n ills Tht- - Cooking or Heating o lo or Write foul, fetid, offensive breath The starting up with terror and grinding of teeth while aslee, Hallow, complexion The dark circles under the oyes Are all indications of worms. Kickapno Worm Killer is what your child needs; it expels the worms, the cause of the child's unhealthy con dition. For the removal of stomach and pin wnrms, Ivickapno Worm Killer gives-surrelief. Its laxative (feet adds tone to the Supplied as a canline-- h ny coniecuon-t-chlldreWe invite you to see our new Sife and sure relief Guaranteed readymade waists, dresses and Buy a box Pi ice 25c. All Mrs. .1. W. Williams. Druggists or ht mail. Every KVntucUan should read Kickapoo (ndian Med. Co. Piiila-o- r St. Louis. the Kentuokian. The Titmfs and the Kentuckian bNith one year for only St, the price of the Kentuck-ia- n alone. to-da- Tie Grubbs & Benton, C or. Main and Broadway, Winchester, - Ky. R Ti CTi in Hardwick & Co.'s TR: , S! Come to Our Store And Tet us show you what we lk a StRAWBERRY PLANTS Fruit .and Shade, Shrubs, Asparagus, tirape. Vines, Roses,s . Feonles, Phlox, etc. Tver) Clearance nice line of p.ods ORCHAlU, NO AQENTS LAWN thlnt lor ' and GARDEN. carry. Our of Dry Goods, Noiiniv, Hbti CATAI.OOS Sons, IF YOU WANT TO SAVE Sale. MONEY READ THIS. Groceries, Hardware, Clothing, Shoes and etc. is replete with , H. ri'HiIIenmeyer& ? Lexington, Ky. Variety, Style and Quality. THIS COMBINED WITH OUR ritrf" r B tz r- - We are Since 1841. &s awrwnwKywrggg OAPTAIi j - sj-t TOOIi - w 'w w r,? 6100,000 overstocked ui some lines, and in order to close them out before getting our Spring fleck in will give greally reduced prices on these lines. The followSj ing te'ls you what we wi'l c'o. SURPLUS AND UK- sivjfijso PHofcjrrs., iioo.odo i j 3j I Low Prices .Make 'J : 1 WmcilESTER N.llbi.I.Y W. K, WlTHIJKMl-OON- TiiKt" 35 AN1C. Kv. PlIKHi T 'A OFl WlNCIIMTn, 2 (I :i it to your inteiest to give us We U good share- of - , i ;! ;, j your trade. strive to please, our customers be-- : ,; 1, cause we know satisfied customers ar,e our best afsetf. i' ia p YOUK ACCOl'NTS BOMOITKll tj Sen ah, " Oamiukk. Men's $16.00 Overcoats goat 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. 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, 10c flannelette 8c, 10c ducts 6c, 10c outing cloths 7c, Women's and Misses' Trimmed Hats and $4.25 "Qiieen Quality" Shoes at 3.25. 3.50 "Queen Hats at half price. Qyality'.Shces 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 i( you don't know the ready-to-we- Yours to please, 1 WEDRON & JOHNSON, 1 $ oklrtllfTM nUwMttagi. Son Mm. If It fUU 10 r ln. . A. I. nr brk of til. but! la 1 url w r.un uilnlit. tlm.. ' ... wagon we will tell you of some home people who are using them and who can tell you about them. We are fliU selling Eldean flour at t2.6D per hundred, 65c for 24 lb. saclu, sugar 4.75 per hundred or 20 lb. for .00, roasted coffee, 16c per pound. Wte have one only $35.0') Sewing Machine goes in this Sale at 22.5". Now is your chance and here is(the place for genuine bargains. 1 Waltersville, Ky. TrK.ao. At All Uruggftt. hh ihi. uuj.unii m . hut ii Hardwick & Co., Stanton. J N.4- - in Montgomery county last fall, whois operator there. Ilarvey Meadows, who was hurt nek. a few weeks ago at the band mill, Mr. Henry Klinchum, 18, and at Nada, is able to be out agnin. Miss Kachel Larrison, 17, were We are glad te see Mr. Meadows on married Tuesday, March 3rd. tle mend. He visited Mr. and Mrs. at the residence of Justice She! Walter Smith Saturday night. ton AlcKinney, who tied the nup Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Burch entertial knot with the ease, pleasure tained a large crowd of young folks and impression of one with years at their home Saturday night. The attending of experience. the guests were: Misses Man-d- y guests wcro agreeably surprised and Nannie Sons, Mae Hatton, at the 'Squire's comfortable man Messrs. II. S. Martin, Joe Mullens, ner in which he iniatiated his Earnest Hatton, Hoi on Knox, Oliservices into this important duty ver and Jim Martin. of kis office. lias moved to the same the past I Mrs. J. II. Mullens, of Bowen, is visiting friends here this week. Mr?. Mrs. Goo. W. I'asley lias been Mullens will leave In a few days very sick for several days. for Cornitsville, Ky. where she will who bought, a farm join her husband, J. II. Mullens, Geo. Curtis, SPOUT SPRING. have just received nico ' lineWe Jucquard waistings, Percales of a. Gray's Branch. Benny IIuH", near here, has. Cliiviois and Foplius. been on the sick list for several Mrt. J. W. Williams ' , davs. v Charley Brisco was down with Genet. days" II. S. Martin was in JJowen Sal a bad' spell of grip several hut week. urday on business.. ' Jas. Knox, of Filson, was, J.iiin Mullens made a rlyiug trip among us hist week' doing some to Howen Saturday. general tradeing with our, people. D. L. Brnota, of this place, has Altfbe, of the Dana Osca .sold out and will locate at Pane, ky, works, was hurt by a log Mon Walter Smith retuned home Sat but not seriously. He laid urday from North Fork where he has dav off a day. been inuking cross ties. Misses'Haley, Lizzie and Thel Robert Reed, pf Estill county, mn Brewer, were visiting friands has moved here. 'We welcome Mr. and relatives here a few days Reed to our community. last week. Mefdames Gannie .and Nancy Don'i fail to see our laces and, Willis Faulkner, late from Mullens and Joe Mullens visitedMr. embroideries. Mrs. J. Vr. Williams. Virginia, was visiting his broth and Mrs. (J. It. Crabtree Saturday Aus Noland, Saturday KBi'OUT OF THB C0Nl)ITI() Weed Adams, our hustling hoop and Sunday. OF THE is at work in his hoop job Kiaker. Ben Chandler, of the Dana on Middle Fork on the land of W. National Bank Clay City ' works, cut his leg one day last J. Hunks. .ugly wound At L'lav Gitv in the stato of Kentucky. week,, .making an Tjusin'San March 4th, iOM, John' Mullens and C. B. llattdn It laid him off and he .went' back nt the close ot ' RESOtJRCES. .made "a flying trip to Xena Satur- home. day night to attend a meeting of $90,150 15 Loans and discounts March came in like a lion; Overdrafts, Secured and unthe Juniors, .... 2S7 75 according'- to the old secured. ... The telephone line will start in a wherefore, confidently look TT.S.ftonds to secure circul'n 25,00000 few da,s from Bowe u to Xena. We saying, wo mav lamb-lik- e weather when Bonds, securities, etc ...... 25.2J500 Banklnc-hous- e. are fjlad to see.the telephone line for the furniture nd the inouth'winds up. nxtures... through our neighborhood. iwvj from tiDnroved reserve Bro. John Sons went to Bac Due agents , Glide and Oscar Buroh, Teddy ,v ,ooo 025 00 and Everett Uattou and Rollin ker on the South Fork Sunday, Notes of other Nat'l banks. and Bro. Mullins were Fractional paper currency. Knox visited the Bald Rocks Suu where-hnickels, ana cents, uudi day Tliey all report a nice time. Ato fill their regular appointment Lawful Money Hesirtb Bankviz: in to-tha- to preach foPthese people. Grandnia Martin, widow of the hitju MutisiiigllMartin, has .been vfsiting her,grandsnn, Win. Mar-tiShe- had? finite a sick spell ane 'night lastvyeek, but has re coyerea. fm. Martin; wont to. Cob Hill in Estill county the other Sunday to visit "liis. fajher-i- n law, Wm Galispicf."wh6 is ''quite sick' with something like 'dropsy and rheumatism. v Mr. Brown," oiir bachelor made what he called a biia-- ; jness trip to JHnriba, .Sunday.' Some of the boys are just a little skeptical as. to the business part of that ten mile' ride. Aus Noland lias a contract to cut all the remaining' timber on the Laudsaw job. He and Sam Quinlauare busy laying theft rees and getting the logs ready for t lie hauling from' the woods. Grit Crabtree, of day City, located' hero for the winter, went tothe mouth of Blackwatcr in Morgan county, some thirty uii t or away, after a girl to help at the hoarding house, but came hiirk without her And now flip Imi.vs are telling Crit that he is no o.up oil the. old block.. Mr. F ?i. Prnwn. the Genera MxiiH!!ir hee. shvs xhar work will soon be dn.nf on the sour or I'owall sub nl Hie river am tJiat everybody and everythin will move in, full force to the north or Menefee side when the cleaning up is done here. Over thereje a big' boundary of grand old qaka and royal poplars' wqit. ing in trembling readiness 'the coming of the axe and the saw or words t ellect. i n. December, (Skal,) . D. 1880t A. W, GLEASON, .NoXAKY Pltlll.K . I - Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken in' leinally, and nets directly on the. oioou anu mucous suriocea 01 tlie system. Send for testimonials free. F. J. Cheney it Co., Toledo, 0. tfald by Druggists, 75c. Take Hall's Family Pills Tor Adv. ' k down (be throat of "etpey" the worms chicken. dotroy and savat tbe chick' life. A drinking water few drop In'the j jiirfn-age- r, We have jiut received a full line of; worn en s rust proof corsets in different styles at SI 00, SI 50 and 2 00, Every orfe guaranteed. Mrs. J. W. Williams. For Sale. CURES and PREVENTS GAPES white diarrhoea, trap, cholera and other chick diseases. i BourbonPoultryCure Makes 12 Gallons of Medicine.. i One 30c Bottle of nnrnU mule, partly Apply to Mrs. Nannie Pryot, Ispout Spring, Ky. ne broken. two-- j 11Bookieton')DieaaeotFowu." .ammm. ItWJBOH REMEOT CMIfT, UihctH, If. Every poultry ralier'ahould keep a bottlo ot hand. Writs tor free aampl Farm Drain Tile Make Your W-- t RICHMOND. KY. Land Productive. Byjhfr uso of drain tile you cat, turn that low, wet, useless, swam py field Into the most productive spot pn your farm. Good tile, properly, placed, not only carries of! surplus water, it admits air to the soil and makes it easv to work. It improves any soil. The incrcace time. the cost of the tile The first year's crop from' tiled lnd pays for It. Anybody can do the work successfully. ,. li Pi lli ar A Training (iSchool for Teachers unit I.tmdUt T.1U LICa .11 0rt' MHr.tr,. F.Jh I. tMlntok Tvn,nklirl!it m lr.l.l. lall llo, mlnrt... tirw MMrt WiI. w.ll fili.frrt hool. -- K.ni,.l.fn-Tlmillr.. erv il iniiMlam, Dwr.rl arl..c. rtfilT.rt. brjiniMrf. InaMI, T1' Trrni Jan. -- t r M April I, Samni" Scil .fm 'Hi nI lrl.lTrrmrM.''', Jlf in the. value of the land is many cHlat oui plant. 'Write- - for particu-larsvi- r Red River Brick & Tile . tor iiV H B Company, KENTUCKY OVER iTA'KTON as YEARS EXPERIENCE H 3Sevenfij? atc ilrt'on.D.C r 'I --- MONEY' Anronef miJInf a tketrh and deMrtptlnn mar qnloklr ascertain our opinion fre whether o CDromitnlnw liiTeiitlon U probiiblr patenuibie. t lou t riot iTConildeiit 1(0. HANOBOOK on PateaU pnt rrM. uiaaac uencf enu. i Pittenta Ukm throtiarh Uunn EttJ. tptctot notice wlthoot char. In tb Alundlomelr lllnitrtd WMlf. Tjinaatalr-niUUu- ii or .n r acl.nlJtia lonrnai. Tttma. a reui (oarmontlu.il. BoMball nawadMlar. iradc ryitws DCBIQNB Copyrights Ac ITra'1 We tell you how, anC IK J 'yte it mr Hirc - , Scientific Hmerkaii. we are dsi firictj. andean do ). than agnta or co chants. R 'crenceja lsvllle. Wr'.efor 1 ertab, re- - alas, n ly T bar .in - ASJLC.-ISLtC- : Otalirt In FUm, h 5S.V.I. o The best lubrication. without carbon. Specie ... $5,001 86. 1 Kedemptlon ireaaTto6 oi cir rn ) Total fund with U. B. i ,axj .lsa.&o.'ves 4 RED HOT SALE. Your Gain and Our Loss. are here to give you Cash Prices on everything or Country Produce in Exchange. We Surplus fund.. v...j r.. ....... Undivided profits less expenses 1.831 and taxes paid Nat'l bank notes outstanding 24:400 Due to other Nat'l llBnks . . "217 Due to Approved regcrvo - LIABILITIES. Capital gtokpuid in $25,000 00 0,000 00 15 CO cooicxi AttfaetrjnforalUiralMOolAlav auiooioDiiea. uaaa Crude. A nale. thin. Rlsh first wmtAv. is'fmlr. Poaitlvelr free from carhon. On v( Srst purchase of one btl ef No Carb Auto OIPIII fur- - " nlah run one (S cat steel barrel with faucet, fine to use by you for permanent storage. Price of oil In irsa Ub., 45c atr salsa. ?HAS. C. ST0LL OIL CO. OrsV frtea ai Ttar ishSm. ess aEBgi smrfa) UM tat rJl mhU ma W H7 HRenis . , txjy a SBSSSSSSSSBHrSSSSSSSaSBBBSaSSSSSSBaaSSSBBaSSBB , Individual deposits subject to cnecK HO.viu vi i Total .....,$168,505 08 Atitii! nv lv MVTiTnirv. r PB J Countv op Powxll, I. A. T. AVhltt Cashief. of .the a- bovo named bunk, do solomnly swear It Always Helps says Mrs. Sylvanla Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., In writing of her experience with Cardui, the woman's tonic. She says further: "Before I' began to use Cardui, my back and head would hurt so bad, I thought the pain would kill me. I' was hardlv ahln to do any of my housework. After taking three bottles A mi vruiuui, i ucyuu io icci nKe a new woman, i soon gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework, as well as rua a big water mill. I wish every suffering woman would give I All goods low in price. A full line of Men's tlmttluvabove statement Is true to the beat or in y KiipwieUKu ana boiler, Subscribed and swcirn to bc'fdro me tins lutli day of .Maivh, '101 1 W, T. McGuire, Judge O. O. P. 0. Correct1 Attest : James B. Hull. Jno, 1). Atkinson, Directors dims Hcott, ' i I : I t 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 1 trade and wi'l it will be appreciated. Here, we are Jewsbut American born. Come on with Your Orders, we will sell You Merchandise at as low margin as anyone can. . Statu oiiOiio, City opTolvjuo. LiUOAS I'OUKTY, ) ) 7 FrHpk J. 0heiifyfmake8 oath thiitvfm Is senior lmrtnw of "tbe'Brtn CARDUI and it always does nie good." Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness; feelings, etc., are sure signs of woman-- , tired, worn-oly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's tonic You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing women for more than fifty years. V a aval Wk a a SI - A. ut I I Lowe & .Crowe, ttnts. Ohoney & Co., Joiufbusi tlm City of 'J'dl&do, County .' .. a V. ant; state aioresaid, anu tlut said firn wjll pay tlioWn of ONK IIUNDIIED DOLLIW fop eaoji and every case of Catarrh that can not bo eured by theuse of Hall's .Ctfturrh Cure. f jpwfirn to before laefandubscrlb-e'ln iny presence, fcWs ,0th day ot of - a trial. I still use Cardui when I feel a little bad, The Woman's Tonic Hejis iii -t a .' . uci a .Dome roaayi d