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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): March 19, 1914 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1914 cla1914031901_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 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. THE CLAY 81.00 a Year in Adianc;. XX f. tie SarroQDding Country and Ourselves. TIJVIES. I. R. Uurgtier, Publisher. r VOL. XIX. - Slept on Our Rights. Compliments Us. Receiving Congratulations. Hester Sun pays the Las't Spring when Clay City Tho Tho Madisnnian congratulates was so damaged by the high wa- itself and the Clay City Times, editor oJjBTimes a compliment w6 were the institer; the Times called attention to that it, ns well as the Times, when tlie railroad fills at the east stood out strongly in a demand gator ojdH? prosecution of the bridge and, pointed out these fills for a reduction of railroad faro L. & NuBroad which causes as the probable cause' of the town from three to two cents per mile. then) tpNBnod $200 in the Lowbeing 60 flooded. It does seem We contended all the time that ell Oirctjjnurt this week. ,tfiat the closeness of the fills lo the railroads could make this reThe the caee is this. $10 channel of the river on both duction and still make a reason- The roiiWed is declared ' to bo sides must certainly have had able profit on their passenger the ptopaXr of the L. & E. railsnmthing to do with the flooding traffic. It is gratifying to know road, wiuM the L. & N. operates of the upper town. Paint Lick, that the L. & N. has voluntarily it. To dm) there is some form Garrard county was under simi- reduced its rates from three to of coht um)t lease privileges exlar conditions and citizens of that two and one-hal- f cents, thus isting beAuu the two. Tlie law town, as previously reported in clearly showing that we were pruvidefeBdsuch lease or these columns, sued the L. &. N. .right in our contention Of in each railroad for an aggregate of course this reduction is made for nouVrty th'lugliIiich the road One of these suits was the purpose of fnru6talling the nam uuuTrith the secretary of tried last week in which one of the Legislature, and with a view to State at Fiuikfort. Thf lias not pftiperty owners of the town prevent the p.issag of the ' been dune'ii Powell nor 11 has not $2,000.00 dam-"Ipe- s cent law. This the Le sought to Mature been dnut'Kn ClarK. I'lie writer for the flood, and he gained should not permit to be done, the suit hikI was awarded dam. but it should go rtendily on imI did suggei tlieir indictment 10 count! for fni mie niun agei for every cent he asked. put on the statute hooks u two tins ui Had Olay City people who were cent rate. It will save annuullx violations if luw line. it so damaged last Sprint;, brought to the people of the State mill- piiidic mil It Koo w 11 we i.n 'I (inn owners & N. ion dollars approximately. f, uui siTuilur suits against the L. Again, we congratulate our out in t tie I'lal. I01 lie c nilialiv here, we believe lliey would now we stood out boldly was carel ill to nit' be gaining damane suits as Paint selves that iir ounce a 011I1I el-- citizens doing. Back-- for the rights of our, peoplte. We single wit ess. T' e Lj are shall continue to do so, iMioimli ii niness hi contending for our every be ludiett d and lineit f. 'rights frequently costs us dearly we may incur the displeasure of the powers that be both local and count v at ft at Frmklort as the in dollars and cents. law provinTs, but it i not being elsewhere. Richmond where done. Thitiis anotner Who Knows? the L. & If. is stmngei than the provides that The Cole Mahone Suicides. 1 law. not more than rwo Constitutional Cole Mahone, aged 88, commit.. NotlWorrv. amendment can be voted on at ted suicide at his home near WinThe fuMtars ol tin State are out nine, l'lie teuMiu why the chester Monday eveniug between I Ion f r House of the General As- 2nnd 4 o'clock, by blowing his lit leu inci, t so nittttijstf sembly ilel erred notion on the brains out with a. shot gun. - Mr. the 5 Convict in nor amendment was to Mahone, had been in vers MQorJ r. We are iCK io hclK: -- CLAY OITY.fj ) THURSDAY. MARCH )U. J9M. NO. .12 Miss Lillio Knox, daughter of Dr. A. T. Knox, and who line been attending the State Normal at Richmond, was taken suddenly sick with an attack of appendicitis. Dr. Knox went to Richmond and she was able to come. She. home with him Saturday. was in Stanton Monday but HtUj, weak from her sickness. We regret that the oll'cring for foreign miss nns was not larcrer last Sunday at the Christian We arc Church Sunday School afraid that the show held the week before took most of the money from the town and perhaps some that oimht to have gone for the evangelizajion of the world. it was a creat ills 'ppointment that Dan W. Stone did mit act here last week to hold the Institute as announced, ile sent a teleuram .niug tliit his child was very sick and could not come bill thai he would be here this and Siimlax to comiinr Snlnrila hold the Suiulu School Insti-illHe HUH that eerboiiy interested in Sunday school work will be present at the meetings. Everybody is invited. In the case of Myrtle Uuttou Calvin Kantials the jury irouglit in a verdict of unguilty. Dr. Calvin Knox wus.disiiniSa-e- a 011 the charge of selling liquor lo&lohu Crautree. Alfred, Wa- e. TtnB STANTON NEWS. Mr. Morgan Lylo is in Winchester this week on business. Mrs. W. L. Collins has gone to Richmond to visit her aged father who is in feeble health. Mr. Ross Halt and family are in Mt. Sterling this week visaing with his brotehr Ab Hall and family. Mr. Burnain Skidmore, J. D. Atkinson and O. C. Atkinson were in Lexington last week on business. Mr. J. D. Centers and Miss Maggie Peck, of Morris Creek, were married one day lust week by Rev W. W. Strickland. of Algiti Mr. Dericksou, Hampton in Breathitt county, was here this week visiting with Iiih hiotlieis on the mountain. .Miss Aiiiiii Hard wick vent to liiciieMei- Saturday ami spent seveial iias with her relatives, Mi. mill Mrs J. 11. 11 irdwick - itv stSof "Si $40,-000.0- 0. ret-ove- r ' unll lilllllU m w Com-titutio- n lied home to TaHega b the dangerous Satiiroiiv of tiit ir brother, John John-mii- i, whoi sick with pueumonii ii.ii .ti-ie- u.ie and Dain. John c lever. Vr J E ens hue moved liis iore ii it n next to i liou-tthe line' '.f .the other stret I . I u vjIHbs 1 iwideproljihition It was a concedeo amendment. fact that the tax amendment must be passed in both Houses, and either the convict labor proor theState-wid- e vision sacrificed. The House preferred tile loss of the convict labor amendment, nut the Senate forced their measure, through at the last moments, defeating tfie State-widamendment. Who also knows but what the loss of the amendments by neglect to have them properly advertised 90 days was .t scheme of the whiskey interests' in the beginning e locomotor ataxia and suffered a great deal. This was the sole ' cause for his rash act. He is survived by his wife, was before marriage, Misa daugh Lizzie Lisle, ati ter, and four sisters. He will be remembered as the 6011 of Win. Mahone, who, with his family, moved from this county to Clark county several years ago. Mr. Mahone frequently visited friends 111 liis old county where he was favorably known in liis boyhood days. who Now, Who Is It Behind? Our.Statement Demonstrated. A few weeks ago we said the Senate should be abolished because it always killed so many good bills passed by the lower house, and that is just what they have done this time. At the last s hour the Senate killed the bill; the Red light bill; the Finn railroad bill and the bill placing the express companies under the control of the Railroad Road Commission, all good bills having passed the lower house. They did it by pretending to be giving due and speciul consideration to the tax bill and then killed It- at the last moment. with the Senate and increase tho membership of the House so the interest) will have a harder tiinti in buving up the controlling ntock. anti-pas- The railroads of this State have lowered the pasvoluntarily senger rates, and the General Assembly is again caught napping. Democratic rule is always behind the times when it comes to action. Irvine Sun. Will some one tell us, please, what the Republican papers and Republican Representatives hare done for the, 2 cent bill, and we will tell them that the Sun's Re publican Representative, Cash Gum, voted ugaiust the measure and tho Sun helped to elect him over John W. Tuttle, Democrat, who had announced thut he was for a 2 cent tjll, and would vote Come again for it if elected. please. Seven Inhes ot Snow. oilrteb are be but few can res are hrnuulit fires about to le insurance earn- here are many lion- ed. Whi est fires, V leio are many verv dishonest oVes. If the insurance concerns ifonld only insure fnr Hie assessed value of property, instead of insuring for its cost value, they would find the losses in the State would soon justify the reduction in rates this State requires. It is not right that honest peonle who insure shoukl pay the losses of some dishonest creatures who burn out tlij'ir business instead of selling it;out because it brings in more motjey that way. 11 two-thirfour-thirds' State Aldlsqueezes Through. The Stutej aid bill is one good measure to squeeze through the Senatouniti lafiLtys. We hve yet, but are not s To get full sure it is from thj law Powell county must act quickly, for the law may be repelled by tho next session of tho ILegislature. If we can only getihwo years aid from the State tlni will help a great deal, and wwn get that if we hustle, and m must hustle. retaPWTl 0.t. ben-efit- Our Se Makes (food. John McPhersnn has sold his Kinall farm near this city to John Ooomur for $(I(0 (10 and Iiub bought" Will Burgher's property in this city and will move to town again. Mr. Burgher will move to his farm near Spout Spring. Thursday night a 7 inch snow fell which is tho deepest snow of the winter. The ground hog winter, after being so very proficient, should not now linger in the lap of Spring when every body is longing for a rest from such Trappers and rough weather. huntsmen are declaring vonge. aticeagaiustMr.-gronnd.hogwhen The peopf If this Senatorial district mal rwell be proud of their State! Senator, W. F. Welch. Th( tihieB followed his voting all tl) 'way through the retiring Leg iture and found him to voto it on all questions. pd that some men We are conv can be goody pfors and Republi- time. cans at the I now hi bv dressmakinu: sliODonen ne: IW to Central Ho- tel. Call and' Ive Bie a trial. Sat-t- l, both in fitting isfactiou guars' aud tlie price. 'MisaNora Mays. We are selling the new Royal Sew- Spring does come and he again emerges from his dun, aud some ing Machine, prices from 120.00 uro agitating a complete annihiup. J6 year guaranty. lation of his hogship, all for hit) Mis. J. Williams. dealing us Buch rough weather. 4 ) ' tsuker were touuu gumy auu nu- . E wens' plaiv." ed tor gambling. Willie Hatom .Mis. Stella Groom uttd her was tiued for disturuiug Simuay liusiiaiid went to L. & E. Junc- scliool at Mt. Canaan, lummy tion Saturday. It is understood Mcintosh was liued tor disturuiug the peace on Rally Day last that Mr Groom is going to to his post in the Army and October. We do nut understand why Mr. Mcintosh had to stand will take his wife with him. this flue alone as there were othMrs. Lucy Jackson went to ers concerned in this disgraceful Winchester to attend the funeral a Hair. It seems that Tommy bur been inado the scapegoat for the of her brother, W. O. B. Donal-sohole thing, which is not fair. who died very suddenly last W. G. Frazier and 11. T. Derickweek. Mrs. J. D. Atkinson also sou were found not guilty tor usattended the funeral from here. ing liquor on election day. Tlup was not from a luck of evidence Mr. John Creed and John but from a lack of two witnesses. (Hugley) Hardwick left Monday The case ot Johu Clair tor the for Mt. Sterling. Mr. Hardwick killing of Bummer Spicer in is going to work on the farm Breathitt county conies up for trial today (Wednesday.) Severthat Judge J. H. Hardwick, of al of the witnesses .arujiere for ' Winchester, recently purchased. the trial. VW a newspaper Mr. Williams, We aro glad Judge Beutoo agent for the Louisuille, Herald culled attention to the clean was in our town Inst week and court house when he opened ill' . secured a number of subscribers courtV t4itHttrst day. There was a for the paper. Charley Crowe. Tliere was no paper llioB8 will be the one to deliver tht;attered abuut, aud the floor paper. had been swept, aud the linole um looked as if it bad been washCircuit Court is in session this ed. There waB 110 rubbish around week. A great crowd was pres- tho court house yard, and there, ent on tho opening day. Judge was an absence of whiskey botBenton gave strong instructions tles. We wished that Judge Bento the Grand Jury especially as ton had gone one step furtuer when ho called attention to the to whiBkey, pistols and vote buy- fact that there were spittoons ing aud selling. scattered around for tho men to use. If he would assess a fine of The Moore Comedy Company $5 for every man spitting on thu showed three nights last week floor, then he would be carrying to good crowds at the Court iug out the law. There aro two House. Some of tlieir feats were signs to that eU'cut hung up in short of wonderful to the spec- tho court house, li is u flue to on on tlie tator who did not understand spit walks offloor of a train, orcitany of our largo the how they were done. ies aud even smaller ones. Surely human life is worth as much Misses Esther Broad and aa any other and Prof. J. 0. Hanley, of here in Stanton doctors toll u place. And as Stanton College, were in Lexing- that spitting on the floor or sideton and while there called on walks is a datmerouj practice, aud wo wish that a stop could be Prof. Buck who is sick with fever. They report that put to it. And this lino ought to be put tothoso who spi. on tin he is much better and will bo to loavo beforo many days if floors iu the stores, or any public ulace. he has no backeet. re-tur- r n 4 n, , . Mc-Di- ll id io prohibition tago of State-wfi- a will come. A gs .leal of the liquor, ,.will money now spGul it be placed in sail Junks, and 'he bunks' this, together rOBLISIIKI' KVKHY THUUSDAT. Anyone reaading the Courier-Journ- capital, can btl A out to would think if Statb-ivid- e jbor biiRi farmers and w'oii 'a year or three Subscription rates $1 prohibitioh fnvally carries in Ken- ness enterprises of on li years. in advance 8'i. tucky, the banks will go' out of quor that does (any good, busirie'sg ns a consequence The and we bolievc tlj 11 I. Br burgher, 1'ubllshcr. ho bet paper quotes figures to show that or than directij jr surplus millions of dollars in tho whi business. Entered as mull matter. of f ho thirty-sevecapital in the banks of the State, . .. .i Thursday, Mureh 19, 1911, thirty millions of this money is kgislaturo's After nil tn$ beep well loaned on whiskey, implying that, short. comjngs, it mid have worth its cost, al CLUB RATES. the banks would have noplace to . hut the For the convenience of our sub- loan their money if tho State been so if no otlicl scribers, we have crranged club rates went dry. Insurance ;tnd thel Fe Aid bills with the following capers at prices That is just where tho ad van-- had passed. THE TIMES. Iiitn, is a very small salary, which leads ono to beliovo that tlie rail poau rcgnnl8 the uov-ernoas cheap coutiRpl. I al t The Clay City National; Wants the business of all who value Courtesy, Safety 'and . second-clas- s, n Capital. $ 25.OOQ.00 Surplus, 6.000.00 Shareholders' Liability. 25.000.00. ' ... . Good Methods. ' below mentioned t The Times and " Cincinnati Enquirer " Louisville Herald " Hnmennri Farm J Clay i .City A, Quarter National in Clay City. Bank, ' 1.00 1 dO " Inland Farmer SO ' 80 SO Having Decided to Make a if CLAY CITY, KENTUCKY. of. a Century Southern Agriculturist f Governor Beckham's oenint: ,8peech at Elizahethtown Monday jWns well received, and he created jqiiite a s:opd fiiiipression.iipon his .lieurers, 'who, of course', in the nuiiii, were Beckham supporters ,'jefnre they went to hear him.' He scored his opponent,. Qwsloy Stanley, very viciously. His re. marks being up.in his connection with the L. fe N. Railroaif con- Arinced us more conclusively that lie is a close friend if tho rail ,nmils and w;inrSHo he air with Jtle people ino. M'he good Book teaches us that we cannot servo Jtwojiiasters, and if it were for Governor Beckham to pnee enter the employ ot his ad-- 1 (iiiited foe to gain a living fur his family, he ''might again find (he same necessity faciiig him. Tue people do not need that kind nec-eisa- Big Change i; r Shoe Department Prepare : 1 for the Coldj & coming to this FALL, we will sell our entire stock If Men's, Women's, Boys', Girls', and Children's SLxbs, 1 Weather d buying what comfortable H at , - - SHIMFESSEL'S: . GREAT REDUCTIONS, to close out every tiling Sale will begin on ry t clothing you, need. Everything Ji .it to keep you .warm, and . not drain your pockctbook either". "h Suits for Men and Boys, , - ... i a repre- sent tiiein.' ....aA..!., anourair ueckimm representing tlie I. (J. or any otlier railroad except, the L. & N. nor would we hold this ugaiiict him hut for the part taken by this road in the Goebel murder. Beckham in serving the L. & N. under these Circumstances could uiil. do so at a great sacrifice of honor and principle. If Mr. Brc.Uiani's as a lawyer is mi pom mat lit cun not get practice riiiiuali io support hih family iihoui tak-n- u Iffc I nun ime hi In:, nead ciiiniailf's .illegetl inn iK iiiilit,..i; U. ti. he . t' -- Monday, the .BBBB. and continue, until our present ' ' closed out. " " CLOAKS and SUITS for w They are made to fit 'ami i. r itv!ih vie too. J we cari"i 2lT i jj li Our full flock is subject to your inspection aw Irow buying fit you out in what you need, or we wouldn't invite you prices .years. , MRS. J. W.' to come and trade where you have been serviceable for goods at past IMJ twenty-Ev- r the fCIIIS f l it )n U'hS ill UH r m m i t" a m. . mm n, J tMi, (J. venu.r "ijicii i. L if tie ti i II we B H rr I 'A I IJ hp m III Vi III ll t f, H f Starck Pian iiiAtlvauce SaliHfac-(io- n Guar n ii t o e il LowoH(Net Va o tror y 4ibHbL No Money -- Tonus Guaieat A SlOO to I'riosN Snvinji o! P A. 8TARCK fREtlDKNT - S200Fuo From lory Direct IBwith Electricity mM(-tf(r- z ... ... n We will eh In veil a bntiutiful Klnr-- 1 rianr ,f.7 Jin r', ' ' i "r borne. No cash bayment rcciulred. All w. n.u- - iu and. test this piano for 30 Uaya. If. at the end of that time, you do not Una ft the I highest grade, sweetest toned and llnest piano In every way. that you have ever seen tor the moneyi you are at perfect liberty to send It back, and wo will. In ihat CVent. Day tho f "Icllt both WIVIL This Ktarrk- Mnhn n..... ...i ..Ji.V ..7. v " ' " """" pr there Is no sale. 30 days: free trial i,. ..t. .!,.. Sava SI50.00 or More We thin illrcct to rou from our factory, it nrlcrl tbttoveyou uiwutJj uf SI SO. 00 In tha cunt of your we guirautee to tumltli you a better piliio for the money than you can trcure tlwwhere. You are auurnl ol receiving i aatltfactory turret tonnl double hlfrh irrade Easy Payments You pay no cash down, but alter SO day' of trial, you can begin payment on the low-eaeailcat term! ever auggmted by a piano manufacturer. These twin are arranged to ault your convenience, and It la poaalbla for you to buy a piano for your home, without mining tho rnoner. , li. t'lano. 25-Ya- ar Guarantee aiarcK os Every StarcU I'Uno li for SI ynn. Euaranteed 'ILii Kuarantte has back of It our 33 yeara of piano experience, and tta repu tailon of an old eatablUlied, reuponalbla plaila liouae. 2nd-Ha- nd Bargains Player-Pian- SO Bra mmm Eaton cd IflcQuiie, CLAY CITY, KV. 1 MUM I Free Musio Lessons have conitautly on hand a lirue number of tligblly uwl planoa of all and accond-lunt.tandard malca taken In ex iliiMdo tor new SUtck l'linoa und I'layer-l'lanoThe follow. ingre a few a tuple bargainai Wc Starrk i'layer-1'iano- a are the bett and moat beautiful Player Pianoa on tho lighted with the many ei cluslie ' tralurca of theae wonderful imtnimenta, and will be pleased with the very low nrlcea at which they can be accured. Send today for our new beautifully illustrated piano book which ifivea you a largu amount of Infornia-- ' lion regarding pianoa. Tula book will IntereU and pliu- - you. Write toditr. market. You will be de- To every p.rihiKr of Sutdf I'lanca. w jcive free im:ac Icmuiu, la ok of tlx beat knoiHi acboola in thlcaico. by niall. Weber Steinway v Chtckering Kimball Starck ..s $110.00 82.00 00.03 99.00 103.00 Piano Book Free iie A. taae (u your own liome. Thta rvpriwutt year-- f iree inirr.ciloi. Tbiac. lewom you Seod for our lateat ooiupleta arcond'hand bargain list. i ahum. UO., 1381. titarok llltl., CUICAG THE A HOME-MADE TIMES. PAPER. 19, THURSDAY, March 1014. LOCAL BREVITIES. Try our canned good? 00 per W. Williams. 81 Congressman Cantrill has generously supplied the Times with enough garden seeds for nil who call for them. Make free to nsk for them as they are for our Powell county people. Accept them with the compliments of our Congressman who has so kindly remembered his constituency in this county. PRINQ. nought a tiire ytiung.cn Hut n.J.50. McKinney. of I'lan- Mrs. ngan S ji, Clark county, is ives at tliis pace. visiting right of this place John Hard wick's en o c has sol John W. Burgher, propert temporarily locat- who hni id Lexington, Ky. ed in 0h K Mcintosh, W. L. Elder S. McKinney attend- Byrd an jling court Monday. ed Mt. Dsed of a lot of cat- Mr, Byr market while Bro. tie on fight some. Mclntosl W. J. pstopher has rettirn- si t to his daughters, en iroin Lowrv and Mrs. Hen- Mrs. Normal, III., where ry Turtle, for several months, he has b frequent heavy snow- ie rcpor falls in I! Siois in which it lias (intteii ij t greatly impeded Iflic railrjj l USE HOPE MILLS FLOUR Talking About Fiour Have you ever tried the PKRL brand? No. Pail not to try it at the first opportunity if you would know what a good flour really is. We aNo make tho , Stubborn, Annoying Cough Cnred. ''My husband had a cough for dozen assorted. Mrs. J. fifteen years and my ion for eight Cashier A. T. Whitt. visited yearn. Dr. King's New Discovery completely cured them, for which I home folks ut Morehcad am most thankful," writes Mrs. David Moor, of Saginaw, Alabama. 111,1 to viiui nui iuv viiuaa What Dr King's New Discovery Friday night at the Christian did for these men. it will do for church. All arc invited to you. Dr King's New Discovery should be in every home. Stops J. T. Williams, representing cacking coughs, relieves la grippe the Louisville Herald, was in the and all throas end lung ailment. I All diug-gis- t Money back if it fails. city last week soliciting Price 50o and $1.00. H E Bueklen & Co., Philadelphia Killer Expels Worms Chlcki Dillard Woosley, of Mt. Sterl- or St Luin ing, came up Saturday to see Ihb itr child's ills Two leading citizens of Han-rocbrother-in-law- , offensive breath Bluford Cow, of The lolll. h county were fined for The start iig up with terror anu Vaughn's Mill, who is in very in theOhio river. We griinling ot lenth while aslee pour health. would like to see some of the I'b. iillonl complexion The daik We pee where dealers in the boys in Powell county catch it circles umlV theevi-Are all v lover enmities are i.ayinu more for this offense as it is quite Kickapoo Iif worms indulged in usually in the thin eisiht eenfs per pouuil for Wuriii ICiler ii what your child fa? hngx to ship. And tlii too Spring of the year when fish seem Lxp-ls t lie worms, U the to be at their best. We hope to in tin fMi'i- - nf ii Democratic f tlif unhealthy con see the law more strictly observinn- PiJdiiioii ti. removal of seat, ed in this particular this senMUi stomucli .mil pin worms, Kickapoo than last. Must Sign Name. ' nrtii Ki'ilT givn sure ri'li-f- . Its We olihueil 'o winit. the Spring Blood and System Cleanser. laxative tffent Hilds tone to the During the winter months impupublication of a bright, newsy general sysm. Supplied as a can-letter frmn Bnwen last week he rities accumulate, vour blood confecifou children lue it impure and thick, vour cause the v. riter forgot to sign S fe mill sure relief Guaranteed liver and oowels fail to work, any name to the correspondence. Puce 25c. All " Ituv a box ''Spring Fever We do not print the name, but causing b- - mail. Dmggists we must kiniw whom the Intter You iei'1 tired, weak and lazv n Kickapoo o Pnila- Bittern r lie spring tonic is from before we can publish any I or OIIM is whutyou old r. stein d"ans-- r Of the contents. i to sm- - our tuw We 'needjtiiey htiraulate the kidneys, Best Family' Laxative. liver ami bowels to healthy action, Hi. ilill llli Beware of cioistipxtiiin. Uce Dr e.xpel blood impuritiet- and restore Williams. King's New Life Pills and keeit yonr'hertlthVstrengrlrnnd airlbltlnn? slim If! It'll Eleetrio bitters makes you feel like The Tiioe and WeeLFranklin, .Me , chII them. new. Start a' four weeks' treatment for tl'H kHiirnpr both one "Our family luxative " Nothing it will put you in tine shape for rice of the Keiituck- 'hetter for adults or aged Get thein your spring work Oiiiiranieed All oiy si. u iion .to day 25c. All DiuugUU or b Druggists. 50c and $1 (to. XII. E. Bueklen fc (!., Phil- 11 E Kucklen & Co. Philadelphia mail. adelphia unij u. Loui-- . r Sr l.on. A k dynn-mitingfiss coin-iimnlM-id kid-neyt PEERLESS SELF-RISIN- U FLOUR. If your grocer hasn't it ask Inn to get t for yon With it bread, muking will be easy. Made by J, Axi ,rtiiW GAIN, Versailles, K. When in Need of J Buiicer's Hardware, Wantles, Grates, Tiles, ) o) Cooking or Heating o to or Stoves, , Write Grubbs & Benton, I Cor. Main and Broadway, (I Ai ,M-- d Winche.ter, - Ky. S iAul urn - 1 9- Hardwick & Co.'s TRIEES! SrAWBt:KR MI.AM.- - Come to Our Store And let us carry. you what n t;rull and Mode, Muufos, Aspar-adrape Vines, Roses, feoniea, I'hlux, etc. ry I u, fuiaarance ! K I ,111,1111,1 i, I. nice line u, '.io.i.-w- e Our stock of Dry Goods, Notion1", id .miuNTS FRliti CAI AI.Ou.. Sale. M i, n Grorerirs, UnrdwarH, ('lo'hitig, Shoes Hiidetc. replete with H. F. I1illenmeyer& bons, Lexlftuu, Ky 1841. M,r in ' IF YOU WANT TO SAVE MONEY READ THIS. 111 We are Variety, Style and Quality. THIS COMBINED WITH OUIt V, Aeiitfkc order to close them out before getting our overstocked in some lines, and S.ji.ng stock ia will tr,vi greatly reduced prices on these lines. The following tells you what we W''l t'o. OAl'i I'AU , - UtVIUWU A OO lv. l9l OU. aliio.oou 3 E Cf Low Prices .Make 1. h 1 WlNOIIlW Kit Bank, Ky. N. IIOU.V it to your interest to give us We a good share of be- jj yoiii trade. irive to please our cutoniers i MB iisi-oo- 1'mcM. j U en Use we know satisfied ens tiuni aieoui'beptiusets. h V VOUH 'n 11 AOOOV VH HOL.IOIT10D m Gahuibh. Men's $16.00 Overcoats go at 9.50, $12.50 Overcoats at 7.50, $8.50 Boys' Overcoats at 5.50. $7.00 cnes at 4.C0. 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 8c, 10c outing cloths 7c, Women's and Misses' Trimmed Hats and $4.25 'Queen Quality' Shoes at 3.25. 3.50 "Queen Hats at half price. Quality1 Shces at 2.75. We handle The Bain Wagons and get them by the car load, and can rcady-tc-wear Yours to please, . Ii m 'AlO.ik'iViStiin'K 3 WALDRON & JOHNSON, 4 M l DruggUtt. cdmpmii. give you closer prices than dealers who do not handle wagons in car lots. If in need of a wagon don't fail to get our price, and if you don't know the wagon we will tell you of some home people who are using them and who can tell you about them. We are slill selling Eldean (lour at $2.60 per hundred, 65c for 24 lb. sacks, , sugar 4.75 per hundred or 20 lb. for .00, roafled coffee, 6c per pound. We have one only $35.00 Sewing Machine goes in this Sale at 22.50. Now is your chance and here is the place for genuine bargains. 1 1 Waltersville, Ky. Wr. Hardwick & Co., Stanton. 4? ill at the present time. Tho people of this vicinity are visiting Court this week. Mr. II. 0. Spender is expecting company from Dccota, W. Va. Men in these parts havo a very hard time keeping their hoys up. Troy Spencer visited his sister, Obra Adams at Bowen lust Sat urday. IruG. Profitt is teaching a subscription school at the Witt (.choolliouse. Mrs. Hnnnali Spencer Genet. place. is very Neighborhood visits: Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Baker and family and Miss Hettie Crowe spent Sunday at Mr. Morris Curtis' W. 0. Mize, Chas. Bush and their families Messrs. at Mr. (i.W. Bush's Gen. M. Gravctt, J as. McKnight and their families at Geo. Dunn-way'- s Chas. Nelson and Jno. Iiurton and familes at Clnrk's. We have Dir. u. V. just received a nico Mrs. lincof Jacquard waistings, Percales Chiviots and Poplins. Thos. Ilowell and Bros., are in tho tie business on tho headwat-water- s of Oat creek. Mr. and Mrs. Tin mus Howell gave their neighbor girls a social party last Friday uight. II. L. Mullens and Profiler Sons hold church at Chop Ch the third Sunday in eich month. W. L. Townsend and Willie Powell, of Kiinwltnn, are now preparing their tobacco beds for coming crops. L. J. Ilowell is completely loaded down by the parens post on his mail route and is veiy b ully discouraged. Troy Spencer, Bert Powell, mid Charley Woodard will leave hi place Monday for Middleto vn. 0., where they will be for sever al tlays J. W. Williams. Rosslyn. Yaughn's Mill. .Mr. and .Mrs. S. T. C Clay City, visited the renN over Sunday. Messrs. lattir'apa P arr. of WVIh J. W. Mize. II. . ami otheiv are attending urt at otaiiton tnis week. A part of Mr. J. M. KtnnuiV saw mill recently burned desnoying an in t) Delta and other in. or tain pans wmcn w.u ne an expense, a well as a delay in tlieir work s Misses Maud and Lilhe Bo ne, of Stanton, are vintim; theit sister Mrs. J F. Ware, on Littlt creek The Iwtter is known an the I tst ru last wei k ral school teacher in Powell ou ity Mr. W. 0. Mize recently movei PUBLIC SALE! from the Btrnett place to Mr. Geo (jrnvett's farm and Mr ain Mi Having decided In return to In Jlenry King from iheBlueuratahnve dianapolis I will V)tler.atvS,Public iiiovfii tin he nice farm Vaented bv Sale, nt be A. C. Barnes tarin, Mr. Mize. lone nn'o outh of Clay City, We Mere glad to welcon e nto THURS-lY, J1ARCH 36th, 1914. our midst again Mr. and Airs J. Lot of W. Burgher and family. Toev have been in Ohio fnr ton. t me Household and Kitchen Furniture, Sale, and mi n other articles. in.t have found that saying. 'Bicl. will begin at 10 o'clock. Terms to the farm" the better The htvt Cash in hand. bonuht a nice home from J o. I BAYARD ROGERS. Wnuht known as the Chris I . M Francis Oharles, Auct. a-V -- John White Tuesday. Miss Anna H. Welch was in town Tuesday. Miss Dona Wymore was in town Tuesday. The Anderson Bros, are having made. some W. M. Allen left Tuesday with h.s folks for Tennessee. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Wills have a big daughter with them. Hall and Martin are hustling their IuiiiIh r in this week. Neezier Peltry was the guest at Z T. Hull's Monday night. Mr. and Mr3. John F. Lowe have a new nn at their home. Don't lull to our laces and embroideries Mrs. J W. Williams. Leonard Lowe was tho guest of Virgil M rtin Saturday and Sun day. Miss Henrietta Beningfleld is going to chool this week at Clay City. Tomnre Larson has moved to A T. Kirk's place to crop on the shares. Lowe & Crowe loaded up two cars of cross-tiethe first ot the we k. Mr. Jacol) Neal and son, Joe, made n fl ing trip to Cob Hill cro&s-lies tian church at was in Stanton morning, attonde fully rich . one day last week while . .V nr. of Whick, i.v.. Breathitt county; 'pent Sunday on a business trip. in neru. to r.u be ing Whitaker happened night with Dr. A.v.H. Lowe, killing a fat'littlo ehdnt and seewell and Al- ing liattoii coming in, called for Mesdames Eflle Mrs. J. M. help. vin Martin visi Mutton promptly rolled Coulee Tuesday noon. up his sleeves nnd pitched in. There have be .oral tnbac. Thoy soon had the pig nicely is locality, dressed, nnd Mrs. Whitaker, a co beds sowed sign that queen among cooks, as soon had winch is a ver d this fall. it cooked to a queen's taste at tho market will J. It. Wy. least the best of it. Whitaker J. B. Norton1 rling Mou-tree- l. and Hattou then took charge at more were in On the tabln for flic subsequent day to attend joc1 lost a span proceedings and in less than fiftheir way balk t near Black teen minutes tho of mules tied tbgef a toe-nawas creek. Lowe were slipping fact: Hattou had foundMr. and Mrs, A the Chris ered. at Sunday School Rov. Leander C eajx-y- " down the throat of chicken deitrori the wormi add laves the chlck'i life. A lew dropi In the drlnklns water CURES and PREVENTS GAPES while diarrhoea, roup, cholera and other chick dlseaiea. Makes 13 Galloaa of Hedlclae. Sunday Statu ofOhio, City ofToi.kpo, ) sg Every poultry raiser ahootd keep a boUlo of thU medicine on hand. Write for freo eample LUCAS CoUJiTV. ervices at and Booklet on "DUeaaea of Fowl." A4dnt. Presbyterian ch and took Cheney makes oath Frank J. mtm REBUT MtffMT, IfdtfHJft. dinner with Mr. anies Mar- he is senior partner of the firm that tin, Jr. w. M. At en a son, KecK, of F. J. Cheney & Co., doing bust eld, Tenn., ncss in the City of Toledo, County came in from Cle where they have uemi employed and State hforcsaid, and that said V KY. at a saw mill. regret this firm will pay the sum of ONH ounty, nnd HUNDRED DOLLARS for each family leaves Powb A Trainhj,: 8 citizens, they will be mis mim u m nj ischooi rot canneighbors, as bus we ss people, and every case of Catarrh that not be cured by the use of Hall's In ' and in the church. I'ti'illi iAlr. tura It Rev. Catarrh Cure. The fourth Judge Maun' t the Sworn to before me and subscribo every one ed in my presence, this Ctli day of MethouisL chh.ch is cordi illv invited o come out Decfial.er. A. D. 1880. Trf April Baiaiucr and hear this brotler expound A. W. GLEASON, the gospel. We hot? this notice QMtAL. ) NotAiiY Public. wilWreach you 111 tinjf so you mav OVER OK YEARS- Hall's Catarrh Cu- -t is taken inEXPERIENCE think nmrt'iibont chJ-c- services. Let us spread die net's broadcast ternally, nnd acts directly on the to every one we melt .and try to blood and muenrs surfaces of the ... .1... n I I il Bourbon Poultry Cure One 30c Bottle of 1 ei 11 t1 m i. j". TT T, K 01 1111 Coiut system. Send for testimonials free. F. J. Cheney it Co., Toledo, O. Gray's Branch. Said by Druggists, 75u. Cain Brisco and ijavid Land-saTake Hall's Family Pills for went to Stanton Monday to Adv. iiiu nonet- - 1 1111 .1.: . iint-fiuy- li n. The Compauv boarding house has changed hands Breck Brew er being now in charge. David Landsaw wfis hnrt but not seriously one dan last week by a log they were liiuling Frank Watson, of tsnda. Was over on business o day last week, stopping wit us a tow hours. H. G. Crabl City, our inercha nr. mmmmo the grand jurv U'e have jut received a full line of women's rust proof corsets in different styles at 81 00, 81 50 ami 12 00. Every one guaranteed. Mrs. .1. W. Williams, Sale. mule, partly One two ear-o- .i broken. Apply to Mrs. Nannie Pryor, Spout Spring, Ky. Anyone ten At tig 11 ftkflrh and doftrrfptkmmay qnlcklr ucartnln our oii.iion free wl.rtlier u liiTentlon isprobftblr patmitnl'ln. Omimnnlm fAtciitti tlonifltrlctlrroufktotiiral. HPNDC?''! aotit froe. Olriaat a patter foraeruriiuimtciita. I'atanta taken ttirouatt Aluim A Co. reoelrc fpeciat notU4, wfthoat charge, lit tho n adc tvianns Dcoians Copyrights Ac- - Scientific Jffmericai!. CfilatltHi 1 crmr . (3 a rear: four month, $1. BvUbyall newadcnlera, WUNN & Co.30,Bro"Iw'Kew Yorit Inncn OOee, & F BU Wubteston. O. U A handiomelf lllnatrated weklf. of any arlent tile Jourtiul. rearrest Hr PjJkiv Mrs.-Au- 8' the family IRED HOT SALE. : Your Gain arta Our Loss. We are here to give you Cash Prices on ev-- 1 ! ery thing orCountiy Produce in Exchange. ! full line of Men's Hats, "Liberty Special" a good brand Hat for $2.50. The latest style. It will pay you I We need your $ to come to our store now. I trade and will it will be appreciated. Here we are Jews but American born. i All goods low in pr;ce. A t I 1 Corae on with Your Orders, we will sell You Merchandise at as low margin as .anyone can. Lowe & Crowe, Rosslyn Merchants. Uy the use of drain tile you ui turn that low, wet, useless, nwam pv field into the most productive spot on your farm. Good tile, properly placed, not only earries oil surplus water, it admits air 10 the soil mid makes it east to work It improves any soil. The itiereaci in the value of the land is mauv haulers tunes the eost of the tile Tile first Ewing Whitaker moved Mon year's crop from tiled land payt-foday over to the Menefee side of it. Any body can io the wort, the river, to the Dana camp. successfully Write for particu He is working for tho' Dana peo- lars or csll at out plant. ple, now. George Hon was alt Clay City Red River Brick & Tile the other day on business with Company, the Company. He jepnrts arrangements there to pit in a new STANTON' IN'II Iv band saw. J Ballinger Ledford; who has made a good hand here for many months, left for "nndiwi the in. inning out to begin work on .his iiirui. Dr. Knox. ofHBBBMr over Friday on his result! visitation, looking after the heiifh of the folks within this seclou of h!s bailiwick. Aad For Three Summers Mrs. Vin Dewev. little son nBf co, has not been out 'lir a week cent Was Uaable to Attend to or so. He is on the silk list, be ing confined to his most of Aay ef Her Housework. the tune. "Urandua" OrtlnWn Kinp, living at the Dana bi i: house Pleasant Hill, N. C.- -"I suffered for over the river, has in quite feeble health for so me. He three summers," writes Mrs. Walter is about eighty. (lire Vincent, of this town, "and the third and F. S. Brown, our b elor man- - last time, was my worst. ager, went to Camp Saturday I had dreadful nervous headaches and aiternnon. This is tuned to prostration, and was scarcely able to havo been a busines p, as (he other kind have hitl always walk about. Could not do any of my pulled up6omewhet encfee housework. Tom Brown, whif I also had dreadful pains in my back been a foreman at this pin r n Ion'' and sides and when one of those weak, time and who has in vamp sinking spells would come on me, I here since last fal itveu out would have to give up and lie down, Monday to his farn r until it wore off. ton. He will, hov I was certainly in a dreadful state of uoto work hero for Sew in" Machine rton well health, when I finally decided to try known all around, it pain Cardul, the woman's toalc, and I firmly Hale, out up and Sunday. tlrCevi Farm Drain T ie QBEirday Make Your Wet Land Productive. fJTfaHa St me down and Dassed on. ca ran g a few logs to the booms be w. There was hardly water for r good run. Anilrew urewer a d fa mi I v from Chimney Top, moved into camp Sunday. Mr. tBrewer is now tho foreman of tl(a tramroad Another little tid I Saves Eyes ' Not mt- - Lamp OH that r wlthont a flicker down to the last drop l nnsjlvanla crude oil refined to perfection. Ont no more thm the Inferior tankwaton oiU-sa- rei MONEY ures WORK aaTea eyes. Ynur duler haa 80LTTE OIL In barrel direct from our worka ir fe tnoro Important In the inn clear, tc uljr llirlit. Imnra tbu l,- - setting the oil tlut buraj clear and clean Chas. C. Stoll Oil Co. Lexlnston, Ky. Beflnerr at Warren, Fa. We aeU the celebrated "No Carb" Auto Oil. COULD SCARCELY WALK ABOUT believe I would have died if I hadn't taken it. After I began taking Cardui, I was greatly helped, and all three bottles relieved me entirely. I fattened up, and grew so much stronger in three months, I felt like another person altogether." Jain-Hri- s. ld Cardui is purely vegetable and gentle-actin- g. Its ingredients' have a mild, tonic effect, on the womanly constitution. Cardui makes for Increased strength, Improves the appetite, tones up the nervous system, and helps to make pale, sallow cheeks, fresh and rosy. Cardui has helped more than a million weak women, during the past 60 years. It will surely do for you, what it has done for them. Try Cardui today.' Write to: Outtinoao MtdlriiM Co.. U4!t' AJ. vUory.Uept., Uutiuiuvj. Tm.. for Sprciiil on knur touok, "Ikxiw tnl Tlcataxsl fur Wuu.n," ttat U Un slik 1 ri !wu. r- -