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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): August 27, 1914 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1914 cla1914082701_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.): August 27, 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. Q THE CLAY CITY TIMES. 81.00 a Year In Advanw. We are here to help Clay City. iheSorroonJing Country anJ Ourselves. .1. E. Iiurghcr, Publisher. VOL. XIX. Fletcher-Clilsu- CLAY OITY. KY, TJTUHSDAY 'i Act of Discourtesy Rebuked. AUGUST 27, J9M. where they will NO. "35 daughter Mrs. Worthy ofiLoynlty. While riding recently in one of of Miami, Texas, was married t here the L. it E. elegant cars down Tuesday, August IStli to Miss the line in the Bluegrass, quite a and evidently Kuby Chisum, of that place. Mr. Fletcher moved from this wealthy young man, with cigar city to Miami with his parents in mouth, boarded the train at two years ago. The Miami Chief one of the stops, with two young speaks of the brido aud groom as ladies. lie for a while eluded the notice of the train crew, but follows: "The bride is very popular in when the fumes got too strong, Miami and in her wedding dress the conductor and brakeman be. made one of the prettiest brides came on the lookout for the of the season. She wore a white guilty party. When caught the (jrepe dress, trimmed in shadow young man was informed that a lace, and her attendant, Miss smoker was provided for him in Holler whs dressed in a Crepe the car just ahead. He discardDe Chine trimmed in shadow ed his cigar and remained with his fair, yet too tolerant comlace. is quite popular panions. The L. & E. conduct"Mr. Fletcher in Miami and is well liked by a ors know no favorites; rich and Lost of people, and is assistant poor alike must observe the rules depot agent at the local Santa of the company, and this is very commendable of them. Fe station. "Many nice presents were given Undertakers Must Be Licensed. them, besides the good wishes of All undertakers of the State all- - their friends. They will must now pass an examination make their home in Miami." before they can bury dead bodin the Lead, ies. This necessitates the serviPowell The county of Powell may be ces of competent men in the poor in resources, generally performance of this important (speaking, but the class of her work. Mr. S. H. Matherly is watermelons is simply a No. 1. prepared to supply the public s with the proper burial material, The largest and best of the fruit that come to this mar- and solicits the patronage of all ket, are grown near Clay City readers of the Times through an and there is no other place in advertisement in this paper. this country that can beat it. No.SuchalU JaKentucky w. The "southern wafermelonV that Suits for indefinite amounts we get early in the season do not compare with them either in aggregating a total nearing filed by the state of tiize or flavor. Of course it takes against the Standard Oil bring out the a good season to by the best results in Kentucky, while Co.have been compromised octopus paying the state $55,000. in the South it is much easier to alleged violation of the raise them. Winchester Demo- The suits anti-trulaw. Sherman crat. 'Mr. Qeorge G. Fletcher, deli-oiou- One of the reasons why Bel cium is a country worthy of loy alty is disclosed in the following article from a New York paper: "Brussels is the capital of Belgium, a kingdorrt embracing territory less in 'extent than that of the State o'f Maryland. Its population is itliuost as great ps that of the Stated of Illinois and Indiana combined. It has more inhabitants to the square mile than any other nation iu the world. "Although most of the of th'is kingdom are under arms ; although on one side it is overrun by a great hostile army, and although on the other is occupied by. a friendly allied force as large or larger, there is as yet no pinch bf famine. The markets are open. Speculation has not seized Upon the occasThe very poor as ion for profit. well as the vefy rich supply their wants at prices which Tho World correspondent .escribes as 'extraordinarily cheap.' "What is the situation in New York, 8,000 miles from the theater of war? Here everything that sustains life has mounted in price. Loaves of bread are shrinking iu size. Weights aud measures are being clipped. A cent here, a nickel there, a dime more for this and a dollar more for that, aicentuate the most shatpeless robbery ever perpetrated upon a free people at peace with all. t He world." able-bodiedm- Miss-issip- st Kills Negro. Tom colored, in this city late SaturBlanton died day afternoon. Sunday. Pettit surrendered to tjie authorities and will be given an inquiring. trial at Stanton tomorrow. As to what brought the immediate trouble that produced the killing is not known. ut Pettitsliot Silas Blanton, should exist unless demanded The Times believe that no war by the ones who are to do the fighting. As it is, it is ever "A big man's quarrel and a poor man's fight." Crate Johnson went toLexing ton this week where he enlisted iu the service of Uncle Sum's army. Card ot Thanks. Company, Hardwick We desire to thank those who merchants of Stanton, have change in their ad this week. have been 60 kind and helpful to Read it aud go to their store and us in the sickness and dentil of get your needs aud save money our darling baby. Mr. and Mrs. S. It. Curtis. by so duinsr. fc to K - "H"H"H"f - H"M"i"H"H" STANTON I COLLEGE, '14. t poorest paid in all the world. A private iu the ranks of the army of the Czar gets $8 78 a year, compared to the JflSO to SOO the United States pays its men 0" the ranks. England pays its pi $80 15 a ye.ar; France, $50 40; Germany, $18 80; Austria, $8 12. Remember theco figures are for a whole year and represent the total amount of cash paid the fighting men in that period. A Russian gets $702 a year, or as much as tho U. S. pays the highest its Sergeant-Majornoncommissioned rank. Our Ma get $8,000 a ye.ir. The other countries are much more generous with officers of higher rank and pay a minjmum ot about half tho United States standard. A better example of the Russian contrast is shown in what is an official holding the title of General over theie. We do not have a rank that hi".l. Ho gets $1,272. The United States pays its ants, youug fellows out of Wo f Point, $1,700 a year. Major-General s, ' Th':Ruslni!'KWier? is the Poorly Paid Fizhlers. second-lieute- n Something New. I One J We have seen hundreds of families from Powell couuty go West and return to Kentucky, but till this we uever heaid a Next Term Opens Monday, Sept. 7, man assume the blame for It was always because of the wife that they leturn. of the Best Schools in Kentucky. We saw a man today who one Daily Paper Sent to You (or 25c a Monlli. time had been out West and ie- The Lexington Herald can bo Courses in Agriculture and Domestic Science. turned and said he was the 0110 secured for four mouths from tho By paying part of their Expenses in Work, Students may get to get homesick while hie wife first of September to the first was porfectly contented. Who Rates at the Dormitory as low as $1.50 per Week. of January at the low price of cuu beat this? cents a $1.00. Only tweuty-Hv- e The European war will cauie mouth ff.r a daily paper giving For Information Write to jm many to study the map ef Eu all the news of the great war that rope aud her people that have is now being waged; full market never JJgiveu this couutry any report from every market; full concern before. ' Iu thi6 6euse accounts of the battles fought; Stanton, Ky. the war may be termed au edu full information in regard to the greatest wur ever, waged. Only cator. STANTON, KY. visit their Callie Davis. Rev J. C. Hanley prehched at They were accompanied by Miss Margaret Norton, their graud-chilNada this past Sunday. George Derickson is very sick Mr. Tom Pettitt, of Clay City, with typhoid feyer at tho home who killed a negro there Saturof his parents. day, Silas Blanton, was in our Mr. Jesse Chaney and Mr. D. town Tuesday to surrender himR. Clark were in Jackson last self to the proper authorities. week on business. Findine no one to take charge of Mrs. J. T. Adams, of Hatcher's him he returned to Clay City. Creek, left Saturday to visit her Rev J. R. Miller, of Marion, relatives in Clark county. Indiana, who has been holding Rev J. O. Hanley has put in a evangelistic meetings at West concrete side walk from tho road Iv'berty and Cannel City, was in to his house this week. It looks our town last Suturday. He is pretty fine. holding a meeting with' D. H. The writer has bought three Matherly at Log Lick this week lota of Mr. It. J. Stone and will and next. soon begin the erection of a Mr. McQuinn, of Camptou house on same. Junction, was here last week on The Sunday School convention business and incidentally looking will be reported next week ps for a place to locate in our town. this goes to press on the first day He has four children that he of the convention. wishes to place in school. Any one having a small farm of fifMrs. Anna Sewell, of Jackson, was home from Thursday till teen or twenty acres on the edge Monday of last week at Mr. and of Stanton for sale will do well to get in touch with Mr. McMrs. Win, Hardwick. Quinn. Mrs. Thomas, of Jacksonville, Floirda has been visiting her Mr. Paul Derthick attended parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. tho Presbyterian Sunday School Blackburn for several days. Institute at. Jackson last week and took part in the program. Mr. David Withers and Miss Naomi Strange, of Vaughn's Mill He also attended the Morgan came to Stanton last week and County Sunday School Convention at Index where he was also detained a liscense to marry. 1 speaker in the program, taking Mr. and Mrs. Ben Throckmortho place of W. J. Vaughan the ton, of Jackson, are spending a State Worker of Kentucky, who few days with the latter's parcould not be there. ents, Mr. and Mrs. M. A. PhilTho large saw mill of the Dana lips. Lumber Company at Nada burn-eMrs. J. W. Williams has placMonday night with a total ed a beautiful fence around her loss of the mill. Tho lumber plot of ground in tho cemetery. yards were saved. At this writIt adds much to the looks of the ing tho origin of the fire is unplace. known. There was au insurance Mr. Henry Morris, and son 011 the mill. The burning of this Robert, who have been working mill will throw a large number iu Morgan county on thn new of men out of work. They will railroad came home Saturday not be apt to rebuild as they had probally to stay. only about six months more of Mrs. Hattie Kelley, of Hunt- sawing. ington Gap, Va., and Mrs. e A big entertainment will bo Knox, of Nada, are visit- given by the Pompeii and ing with Mr. and Mrs. Robert schools at the Pompeii Baker this week. school house Friday night Sept. Mr. D. B. Boone, of Mt. Itli at 7 o'clock, p. m. The en Canaan, is drilling a well for Ml. tertainment will consist of plays, Watson this week. From there dialogs, music of ull kinds, drills he will come to Stanton and and recitations. Tho feature of drill a well for the writer and the entertainment will be a play entitled, "A Corner in Hearts.' 0110 for Mr. Daniels. where five young men propose to Miss Beatrice Blunt, was home tho same girl. We will ail be over Sunday for the first time intensely interested to know how since she commenced her school this young lady wriggled out of on Indian Creek. Beatrice is Kveryboby is this uerdicament. having a splendid school aud welcome. Guy Crowe is tho liked by the whole neigeborhood. teacher of Waltersville, school Crowe of tho Mr. and Mrs. Alice Norton left and It.chard Ohio Pompeii school. Monday for Hamilton, d. d STANTON NEWS. haw-renc- Wal-tersvil- le Rev. J. C. Hanley, President, all the news of all markets ami of tho war. Send your subscriptions immediately to The Lexington Herald, Circulation Department, Lexinge ton, Ky., enclosing check, order or cash. post-ollic- $1.00 for a daily paper from the first of September until the first of January, during which history will bo made more rapidly than ever before. Less than one cent a day it will cost you to securo For MEN'S HATS go to WILLIAMS'. THE TIMES. KVEHV THt!K81AY. Subscription rate? 81 a year or three years in advance .! U. Biirflhcr, tcoiid-clnt3 Publisher. mail mutter. Hntered ns Thursday, - Aug. 1014. CLUB RATES. For the convenience of our sub- sr ribers, we have r.rranged club rates w ith the following papers at prices below mentioned : The 'I'imes and " Cincinnati Enquirer $ 1.00 " Louisville Herald 1 00 " Howe and Farm 80 " Southern Agriculturist " Inland Farmer 0 SO "In Cahoots." That the L A N. Railroad and the liquor people are in is well illustrated by the advantages given distillers in the fhipinent of grain from Louisville. The freight rate on wheat iind oats is 0 cents per hundred from Louisville to Eminence but those are not used by distillers: The rate on corn, rye and malt products used by distillers is only (5 cents per hundred. Every one knows that it costs the railroad company no more to haul wheat and oats than it does to haul corn, rye and malt. The Eminence Milling Compa-i.has brought an action before the Railroad Commission to com pel the L. it N. to give the samo rute on gruin to Eminence that millers use that the railroad gives the grains that distillers use. What the mill company wants is certainly fair, but will they get it? One ot the Railroad Commissioners (not ours) ,is said to be overly lovely to both the v hiskey men and the railroads, and well, there is where the rub comes in. We, however, have- two good 'men on the Com- mission, neither of whom is a saloon keeper, and we are sure they will dn their "bestest" to lower the rate on grain used in making bread to what it is on graius us ed iu making liquor. "en-hunt- y Will They Take the Hint? dollar nmrk sonio years ago. The niounlain's have been hold These temperance people only iniss it a little over of upas a section ofthe State where the way, and this does well for murders, homicides and assassi nations were common occurrencthem. es, and, from point of numbers The only real champions of far exceeded all other portions of temperance, as t hoy proclaim the State, but?. this is not true, themselves, tho liquor people-- all according to the first complete those who put temperance in report of vital statistics As a to actual practice being hypo way of comparison we take Bourcrites tell us repeatedly that bon county, 1i. typical Bluegra8s "Prohibition doesn't prohibit." county. It has twenty deaths They tell us this In the face of by violence, while Elliott, a typthe fact that tho whole country ical mountain county, had but is going dry just as fast as our six. iu the same length of time; Legislators will enact laws to Christain, another rich county, aive the masses a vote on it had twelve, while Knott,ti mounThev tell us that there is as much tain county had but two by violiquor drunk in dry territory as lence. Breathitt, which is acin wet. The internal revenue credited with being the most lawcollections, which are an index less county iu the State, had but to the amount of liquor produc thirteen killings, while Jefferson ed show that the business is on a the largest populated county in decline of about 2 per cent, per the State, and .521. year. And this too in the face The comparison in every inof the fact that the population stance is iu favor of the moun-taiis increasing at a fast rate. counties. But then, these Facts and figures don't falsify mountain counties are all dry. and they show a moral trending This conclusively proves, that May the rough ns the people of these counin the right direction. good work continue. ties are, it pays to keep dry if "Prohibition doesn't prohibit." We see where the dishing out And the "good roads" moveof pie iu the Eleventh district by ment has received a has been accorded to Senator James, while in the Tenth Sena the neglect of Governor Willson tor Camden will serve the to proclaim the passage of the plums. These districts being Constitutional amendment as rerepresented by Republicans is quired by law. But after, all it the reason why the Democratic may be best to vote on the two Senators have been chosen as' per cont. bond proposition, as before the five per cent, provissole referees. In this connection it should be ion can be made a law the Legissaid that no one should be in- lature may repeal the State prodorsed for a job that cannot get vision. The Times believes Powa majority of the people on their ell county should vote the bonds petition. The majority should amounting to two per cent, and rule, but they do not always do let this amount be supplemented so. The" referees whether Dem- by private subscription, and in ocrat or Republican almost in- this way be one of the first counvariably indorses the ones for of- ties to get the State aid provisfice that can deliver them the ion. greatest number of votes, regardThe internal revenue collec-Hon- s less of their fitness or the wishes from this the Seventh disof the people who are to be trict "amounts to $1,830,8!)4.20 ; served. from the amounts to one-third Beginning on the 24th of August and- - lasting , one week only, we will offer you the GREATEST BARGAINS a You have ever been offered in n CHINA and GLASS WARE. One Week Only. set-bac- k Mrs. J. W. Williams. State it Reader, think of 7. We are Showing a Complete Line of this, J We Offer You y Absolute $ The writer is of German descent and we have always admired the Germans as a people, but one thing is certain, theGer-maEmperor is prosecuting the v. ar he is now engaged in from the lust of power, besides other reasons; and to our way of thinking, every Christian nation isdu-tbound to aid the allies iu y conceivable way other than in open wnrfare, and then to arms if necessary to limit the Kaiser's power. The Kaiser is no better than the most humble private, and the strong sentiment in (Jer many that has been tending to such belief is one other of the reasons why the Kaiser is prose- outing the war. Any one with nicl' beliefs is the greatest enemy of the king, and when ho can use such eneTnies to kill oil' other Liiemies he is doing iu the old country what wo iu America call "killing two birds with one n y ev-cr- I f t and the Safety, Judge Geo. M. Derickson is Careful, Couiteous Consider- - ' 4 carrying an arm iu a sling from ation of your Business Wants. J; an injury caused by a full when he alighted from a passenger Can any Bank traiu at Stanton soveral days offer You more? ago. Tho train did not come to a stand-stil- l to let passengers oil Capital. - - - $25,000.00 but all had to jump. All the Surplus and profits over 10,000,00 2 other passengers but the Judge Shareholders liability. 25,000.00 made it safely. All of which is a Margin of Safety for Your Funds on Deposit here. " How can we pay. the price? many people would this feed? Row mauy miles of turnpikes would this build? Can it be said that we 'caunpt afford to do without our tea one or two years to get what we need worst? How CLOTHING, Spring Goods, Slippers, Etc. . I' Call and see our Line and get our Prices. We can fit you in Complete Style at.LowCost. What would have happened at Liege if Belgium had been to militarism all these years instead of to neutrality and peace? d I I J ? DEPOSITS. Clay City National . Bank, CLAY CITY, KENTUCKY. of I I f t Just to think if Columbus had o not discovered America, would now be over on the other side iu this mix up. After they get through withj their war hadn't we better send some missionaries to Europe? Some men are satisfied with half a loaf, and some loaf all the SHIMFESSEL'S The best lubrication. T Member Federal Reserve Bank System the United State. Hone." total revenue from all inriiis of liquor to the government has just been giren out as !iitl,171),dS!.70 for RIM which is ,i decline over last year of $!J,l)(ld,-151518. Some temperance (?) people have been claiming that this revenue paid more than exof the Government's penses. The expenses of this Government passed 'the billion Thu 2 one-thir- d HMtCS bbbbbbbbbsbbbs ssbbbbbI without carbon m time. candidates are. trying to mobilize tho voters. Tho lal 1 IH111 I bbbbbbbbbbbbbw llacLsrlio. rein, Nt urn leu,mvnrr back liraiisrue Ideni- I rrYour It It (ill; lieve tor ache In anr part ot the Uxir tevn uuuuire iiujr. J'rlea BOc. At AH DruggMj, BOURBON . REMEDY COMPANY. r (lulcklr relltv.a nhtnmitlim. Sora Mm. If murder is a crime what is needless war? 342 Eatt Mall St.. Laxlngton. Ky. When you want.Shces, don't forget Williams'. Atwrfeetollfortltliaratreooleilnf'wfttar. cooled automobiles. Made from finest Pannsvl. vanla Crude. A Dale, thin. hleh flra teat oil whL feeds freely. Positively f res from carbon. On vi first rjurehaaa of tma bbl. of Ko Oath Antt. ml will fur. Dish VRBB one 65 vaL steel barrel with faucet, ttno to use by jrou fof permanent storage, I'rlceof ollln umUU., 45 H'tillee. f OrJ.r frea si resr lueliat, ess CI! AS. C. STOLL OIL CO. "Engiline", sew.rfal Keele ni'NGTON, KY. sil, tr.aial.ues ail. eielwl.e fer fSMlise eeiim. irfue, l.iJ THE A HOME-MAD- TIMES. E PAPER. '27, THURSDAY, Aug. 10M. LOCAL BREVITIES. Miss Bertha Mapcl, of Irvine, visited Miss Grace Sliimfessel several days last yveek. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Stanford, of Williamsburg, visited Mrs. Stanford's sister, Mrs. A. T. IVttit. last week. The pay station of'tlio Cumberland Telephone Company has been removed from the exchange to tho ollice of Day Lumber & Coal Company. Mr. J. 0. Patrick put an es-tra- y notice of a steer in the Times and found the owner in less than a week. It pays to always ad- vertise in the Times. Editor at large, Louis I'ilcher, with us last week, has, gone to Jackson where there is talk of establishing an utitrani-nieleDemocratic paper. who was d Just as we were beginning. to get dry again, good rains began falling. It has so far rained every day this week. The crop outlook in this county is line. Elder S. C. Johnson and Mrs. Johnson, of IJerea, have been in the city and county for several lays. They are here in the interest of Berca College and the Herea Citizen. The Estill Tribune has been enlarged from a six column folio to an eight, column folio all homo print. The Tjmes,is very.glnd to note this marked improvement of our neighbor. A. C. Estes, of Vaughn's Mill, went to Levee Saturday to visit Mrs. "Lizzie Jane his sister, Jlines. Mm. Hines returned liiime with him and will visit relatives in the county. Death of Baby Ucthct. The live stock market at WinLittle Bethel Curtis, daughter chester Monday wns not so brisk as it was at Mt. Sterling the week of Mr. and Mrs. S. 1?. Curtis, of before. The dry weather in the near Clay City, died Friday mornHluegrass region is the accredit- ing, August 21st, IJIl-J- ; age 2yrs., I inos., 21 da. Tins was the first ed cause for the dullness. tinio death had ever come to the Kyland 0. Musick, of Jackson, homo of Mr. Curtis and they have has announced as n candidate for the deepest sympathy of all their Commonwealth's Attorney in the friends. twenty-thirJudicial district. Jlethel was ri beautiful, bright-eyeMr. Musick was formerly editor baby, and loved by nil who of the Jackson Times and is now knew her. Her illness had been publishing the Kentuckian, n pobrief and death was not expect-clitical monthly magazine. until early Friday morning. Bucklcn's Arnica Salve for Cuts, Burns Only tlioso who have lost loved Mr. E. S. Loper,Marilln, N. Y., ones, can, in reality, know how writes: "I have never hnd a cut, to sympathize with this family. burn, wound or pore it would not Rut why should we grieve for heal." Get a box of Hucklon's Ar- her, when Jesus has said, "Stiller nica Salve today. Keep handy at little children to come unto me all times for burns, sores, cuts, and forbid them not, for of such 25c is the kingdom of Heaven." wounds. Prevents lockjaw. at your drugsist. Adv. Little Bethel's gone to Heaven, Where ail is peace and rest; Derthick, pastor of To Elder Paul live with her dear Savior, the Christian church at Stanton, And walk with angels there. was in Winchester Wednesday And mav we be as pure, and called at the Democrat ollice. And innocent as she; Elder Derthick is preparing to That when we're called to go, build a cottage at Stanton Jor We can live in' peace with her. self and family and was here to (Contributed.) see the house builders lor inforBeware of Ointments for Catarrh mation an .1 bids. Elder Derthick that Contain Mercury, correis an energetic newspaper as mercury will surely destroy the spondent, and writes for the Clay City Times, Jackson Times and sense of smell and completely the whole system when enother East Kentucky newspatering it through the mucous surpers. He is an Ohio man, but married in Kentucky, and is a faces. Such articles should never loyal Kentuckian by adoption. be used except on prescription-- , The pair have three interesting from reputable physicians, as the young children. Wincheste damage they will do is ten fold to Demo- rat. the good you can possibly derive Has Your Child Worms? from them. Hall's Catarrh Cure, Most children do. A conted, manufactured by l J. Chenoy it furred tongue; strong breath; stom- Co., Toledo, O., contains no merach pains; circles under eyesj pale, cury, and is taken internally, actsallow complexion; ncivous, fret- ing directly upon the blood and ful; grinding of teeth; tossing in mucous surfaces of the system. In sleep; peculiar d renins any one of buying Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure these indicate chiltl Jnjvqrnis. you get Jhegonuine. ItJs taken "Get a box of Kickapoo Worm Killinternally and made in Toledo, ()., er at once. It kills the worms the by F. J. Cheney & Co. Testimoncause of your child's condition. Is ials free. d d d de-rnn- Stops NcuralglaKllls Pain. Sloan's Liniment gives instant relief from Neuralgia or Sciatica. It goes straight to the painful part Soothes the Nerves nnd Stops the pain. It is nlso good for Rheumatism, Sore throat, Chest Pains, and Sorains. You don't need to rub it penetrates. Mr. J. R wi I w - t r at p' fi "capev nrnn "n rtc rrovi t r A. t a 'l i life mpunPic drin'iinff wa- i- Swinger, Louisville, Ky. writes: "I CURES and suffered with quite a severe neuralPREVENTS GAPES roup, cholera vUc 'I gic hcadncl'e for four months withdiseases an her out any relief. I used Sloi.n's Liniment for two or three nights and I One 50c Bottle of. haven't sull'eicd with my head since." Get a bottle today. Keep in the house nil the time for pains Makes 12 Gallons of Medicine. nnd nil hurts. 2c, 50c and SI, at ehm-lkeep n bottlo of nvcry poultry rai (hit medidnc on hani. Write for tree samplo Adv. your druggist. and Booklet on "Dheasc of Fowls " Address, Rueklen's Arnica S.ilve for all sores. i IUBBOH REMEDY COMPANY, Itilngton, Kj, '. t i Bourbon Poultry Cure t 9) ( When in Need of ) ( Builder's Hardware, l Cabinet Mantles, Grates, Tiles, ( ( ) 'Cooking or Heating Go to or Write Stoves, (9 ) Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, I (9 ? 2 8 Winchester, - Ky. laxative and aids nature to expel the Sold by druggists. Pi ice, 7oe worms. Supplied in candy form. per bottle. Easy for children to take. 25c at Take Hall's Family Pills for your druggist. Adv. For MEN'S CLOTHING go to WILLIAMS'. m & TREES Peonies, Phlox, etc. Ever) thine lor ! 1 Gome to Our Store And let us show you what a nice line of goods wo carry. I m STRAWBERRY PLANTS Fruity and Shade, Shrubs, Asparagus, drape Vines, Roses, ORCHARD, NO AGENTS LAWN and GARDEN. FREE CATALOGS Our stock of Dry Goods, Notion-- , Hardwick & Ho.'s Clearance Sale. All H. F. Hillenmeyer & Sons, Lexington, Ky. Nurserymen Since 1841. Groceries, Hardware, Clothing, Shoes and etc. is replete with Summer Goods at Reduced Prices. Variety, Style and Quality. THIS COMBINED WITH OUR OA PITA Tj STOOIC. UN- - SIOO.OOO $ ii !J i 8UUPMJS AND DIVIDED PROFITS. 200,000 P C Wixci Of Tim IKSTI2R WlNCIIrvrUH, ;3 Bank. Kv. ;S Low Prices 1 Make it to your interest to give us u good i?fiare'of "t Jj; N.IIor.i.v WiTHKUhiooN, Pimm, W, H. Ni'MAIt, Oanhikic. YOUll ACCOUNTS KOMCITl'.D j M your trade. Wo Mtrive to please our customers be- S 1. me time ana here is the place to get unusual bargains. Also see us when in need of merchandise not in this sale. We keep as near as possible what the trade wants, at the right price, and pay the highest price for your produce. JNow is S fi cause we know batisfied customers are ourbfstacsets. xiXitizi3XLZi.i:i.vi it's sxrmaiK Hardwick & Co., Stanton. Yours to please, WALDRON & JOHNSON, JiiJ TROl-MKK- . l "1 IftiJ iSA Pfll I , I IS Waltersville, Ky I tz&t Kiki ii'iiu I'H'i nil HOW TO O0T1IM m It m Vliici ohm m rRcincpMTi'i ' 'iui " In r Itvat oirrwt. :k v I'liiuiumct. '"'ricrcaertoct. i iiiv1 I'm vr , I li v'lil.rrKia1. - tur H B B v tSCIL- tnnll. hook H PATENTS, tit h irtuvr, B fl . D. K303S SWEFT&CO.i I PAthCStT LWWf.R ?' D cj KBBBBBXSBBfiBnfeHKaBa J ft 0 t Born Aug. Kith, to the wife of a Jasper Napier, their daughter Olara Belle. Mrs. Kwing Whitaker and her l.lovil and Asa Todd spent a two hoys left this week tojoin j. tit of last week with relatives Mr. Whitaker in Michigan. near Winchester. and Henry Charley Hrisco Harnett has returned Win. Woodard, of near Furnace, who from Illinois where lie lias been have been working for the Dana for the past few months. Mr. and Mrs. Dilliird Berry man, of lndinnn, are vtaiting relatives hero. first-born SPOUT SPRING. Gray's Branch. Mr. and Mrs. .lames Harrison Mrs. Harrison's mother, Mr. Small Karens, at Winchester the last of the week. v.-it- ed THIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE Mrs. Lot! Kortner, of Winches-ter- , and Mis. Caroline Uerick-o- f Clay City, were quests of Mrs. Shelt McKinney a few days i.--t NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES GENERAL OFFICES OVER OS YEARS- - week. ,t Kid. .J. T. Tnrpin will preach the school house Saturday he- iiidit and Sunday inorniim, it iymm tlniftrlcllrconildeiitlal. HANDBOOK on Patents atuit free. Oldest nireiicy fur tecurlnir patent!. l'iilenti taken tbrouuh Atunu & Co. receive tptcial notice without charge, lu the AnTonenenrtlrKr nsketeh nnd description may Oulcklr HscerttMii o ir opinion free whether an hiTetitlon Is prohnMf pntentnhlfl. Cnmrminlcn. FERIENCE lm the fifth Sunday and his hav nm no appointment elsewhere. Marks Designs Copyrights Ac. TnADE j Klder A. Seay, of Pittsburg, I'n., is here on a visit to old trieuds. lie will preach at Salem the llrst Sunday. We hope t have a uooo crowd out to hear !' handsomely illustrated weekly. Ijirsest clr. MrlLMUIlto Iniirnnl. Terms. S3 n year: four months. $L. tSuldbyall newsdealers. riiliitii.ii ut nnr A Scientific JUnciicaiK Ilraccb Olllco. 25 in. &C0 361BroJdwa,.NeWYnrt F 8U Washington, J). U TOMACH TROU BLE FOR FIVE YEARS I decided to I Majority of Friends Hughes Would Thought Mr. taking other medicines. Die, But take his advice, although any confidence in it. I did not have One Helped Him to Recovery. have now been taking Black-Draug- ht for three months, and it has cured me haven't tiad those awful sick headaches since I began using it. Black-Draug- people, left Wednesday for Some others probably went with them. Sam Dun", liviii: near 1'ine Hidj;e working for the Garrett ponplo here got word one day last, week that one of his chil dren was sick, and he went onH home. The child grew worse with something jike diphtheria and died that night. The mill of the Dana Lumber Company at Nada burned down early Monday 'night. We have not learned the amount, of insurance, if any; nor the extent of the loss. All their hands, it is suid, have been laid oil' for two weeks, and report is tljat the Company will soon put in a smaller baud mill. A small but vory eirective party ot fishermen were in these parts for several days recently, They succeeded in luring some and a few inexpenenc-eto their hooks, and camp they graced a table and went well with com bread and cull'ee. Elmer Humes and Sam Spencer, of Gunnel City, and Win. Forman, of West oil men, Liberty, all t were the party. funeral of the wife of UnThe cle Lee I'almer will be preached on the lirst Sunday in September in the grove at the old Garrett graveyard, opposite the mouth of Indian Creek. Granny I'almer was widely known and highly esteemed nnd all her friends will be there. Many from Lee county, where they once lived, are expected. Dinner will be served on the ground. in charge of The services will-bBro. Centers and some half dozen other preachers. Mich-igumud-cats d red-eyewell-spread well-know- To The Public The new law tlmt takers to Intvf license. Undertakers lias recently gone into cfTeet requires nil Under- thu Undertrtkiiifr business will be cut out. It has been reported that country I hold the u'tjulred license and nm fully prepared to furnish and supply the public with any kind of Casket they may desire at reasonable prices. Also Embalming done on short notice by a Licensed Kmbalniei. At your service day or night. Harness and Saddle Work done at reasonable prices. Agent for the Continental Marble and Granite Co., ton, (!u. Can- "I!est Marble in the World." 'Phone connections. Yours Rcspeclfully, n J. U. M AT H E K L.Y, I Log Lick, Kentucky. aw old-tim- e Starck Pianos No Money iuAtlvnnco SatiNinc Uoii Pomeroyton, Ky. In Interesting ad- I am so thankful for what has done for me." ht vices from this place, Air. A. J. Hughes writes as follows: "I was down with Thedford's Black-Draug- ht has been de- stomach trouble for five (5) years, and found a very valuable medicine for would have sick headache so bad, at rangements of the stomach and liver. times, that I I It thought surely I would die. is composed of pure, vegetable herbs, but they contains no dangerous ingredients, and acts gently, yet surely. It can be freely tried different treatments, did not seem to do me any good. I got so bad, I could not eat or sleep, used by young and old, and should be my friends, except one, thought I kept in every family chest. and all would die. Thedford's He advised Black-Draug- me to try and quit Get a package today. Only a quarter. i- - RIDER AGENTS WANTED mako-SOP- T, ELASTIC and M W tier luilr. All orders shltiued ame day letter Is EAST RIOIHB. We will idiiii O.O.I) nti annroval. Von do mit neeu toiiay scent until you examine and find them strictly as represented. We will allow a cash discount of S percent (thereby uaklnir the iirlcu $4.SS per pair) If you send FULL CASH WITH ORDER sud encloM tills advertisement. You run no risk In M'ndiiur us an order as the tires may lie returned at OUR eniiense If for any reason they are not I M wft u la wtUffcctorjr uo taiDloAtlou. War twrTuctlr rclllilsanl tuuucr Mat to bank. It you oruwr tlMMMt yuu will Anil ttit tbwy wilt rUs Mwlr, ruu fiwtr, wwl Lwttvr. lut lontr sail look liner llrv. tir of (LitusDr tiro youbavtovor umiI or aeon ftt&njr price. Wo know tbt you wlllboowtlilwdtuftt when you wont ftli'cytlyou lllrlTauyournror. Wo waalvou to wniluM Atrial order at oiu'O.uooro toll romrkabltlrooffr. flT M VIS (TaCGaV T'DjrQuoa'tbuyany kliiaatauyprtoauotilyouaiitlrorabalrorlloultlioni Iff" VnftUMTtrn IMnctuK-lYoof tlrraoa annroral aul trial at tbo ueelal Introduotorr orlco quottxl abovot or wrlto for our btg Tiro abJ auodry tataloguo wblcbdtwrlbvoaJiilo.uoUiaall luaksao4 kiodacf tlrtaii4 biryrla MiiilunM.utan4 auadrlraat abuut balf ttouaual tirlvea. DO NOT THINK OF BUVINO a blrycU or a Mir butwriuiuauoaultoday. Ml Minr WAI T of tlroa from aoyooo until you know too now aodwouuartulou'tini wo aro loakuil. I llniaUosIyalioataltotWDrrarytblDC. Wrlt.lt MOW. three one cent stamps to I). WW SWIFT it CO., Washington, I). 0. This booklet states the popular vote cast in each state in 1912 for Wilson, Koosoy'elt und Tuft, the number of Democrats nod by each Republicans elected state to the Senaio nnd House, also gives the result of the PresVtUl idential and Congressional elec U tion of 1908 andJ1910, a synopsis of the life of each President from Eledgelhorn Puncture-Proo- f Washington to Wilson. It nlso gives much other useful iiiforniii-tinu- , A SAMPLE PAIR Self-heali- ng Tires TO INTRODUCE, ONLY such as household receipes, Th rtmlar retail vHr of tks m an aoi Inisinoss laws, tho population of MT nnttr rii a IXiir Jf fUV tn 'a inn each st.tte in 1890 1900 and 1910, NOM0RETR0UBLEFR0MPI1KCTURES und the population of the six Nlli,TeliorOlaiwlllnot let the ulr out. A hundred thousand pairs wild lat year. hundred largest cities in the - MadelnalUlzcs. It nFSBMPTMNUnited States. This' handy litfle rldlnir, verydurablo and lined luldo with o peclal ijuallty of rublnT, which never booklet would sell for twenty-fivuorous and which clones uu unall at liuuctures without allowlnir air to ecaiie. They welsh n an Notlcathothlckrubbartroad cents at a hook store. no more than an ordinary tire, the uuueturu niltlmr "A" ana punctura strlp'B" uualltiesliclutfirlveii by beveral layers of thln.iiecially and "O" slso rim strip "H" lirepared fabric on the tread. The reirular nrlceof theao to prsvant rim cutting. This tires is iiu.uo perpalr. but for advertising purines wo Taken Up lis tray. tiro will outlast any other am makluir a kpoclal factory nrlce to the rider of only mi mm f Ranger" hlcyt'ln f urnMicdliy u. Our Itlder AirenU every whero aro oiiiKiirr money inst. n nrcjoruu partleulanaiuleiiectal uWcr ut once. nymuncT KtsjuiHEDuntll you rrct-lvt- i H.and approve your bicycle. a mil deposit In ho bhly to anyimt anywhere In the U. uu.uiii-- t .7rtjfliiT!t'K,amiuuuw icn uMTU'rncc 1 HiAbUurinir v. blcli time you may rldo the uleyclo and put It to any teat you wish. If you are then not lterfentle hfitUfied nrdn unt.wUh tn L'pnnthaii. cyclo Ellin it back to us at our expensu and you will not be out one cent. u iuniish "i" nisnesi PflriTflRV DRIPHC polble to make at one trrnao mercies it is rnlf I Un 1 rnibLO small profit above actual factory co.t. You savo 111) tofJl middlemen's prolltsby buy luir direct of us andhnvB the manufacturer'siruaranteo behind your bicycle. DO NOT DUY a blcycluoraiialroftlresfronidiiiimeat anu vrlce until you reccl vo our catalogues and learn our unheard of factory vritxt and rtmarkahle special offen. YOU WILL BE ASTONISHED KlW,l?i5SK5SS.!S the vonderulty lota prict we can inL you this yrar. We dell the klihett grade blovclf fur leM moiiev than an nlhop U' reattarlul uith mt alwTe factory cot. BICYCLE DEALERS, ymi ran wll our blcjrLvundtr jour own name plate at donhi our pricm. Order tilled the day reovlvel. v.. i i SECOND HAND Blfivrirn U'.,lAnnH,.ii.Fi.l,...iiluuu,. but uiutaly hare a number on Luut taken Id trade br our Chlcaco retail tort Them we out lrornittlyat rrUeraiiRlnK frnia 3 to8 or $10. e terrain IlMa inatWl free. COASTER BRAKES. i equipment ot at) ktndi at half tht tvgular Tttml prict. IN EACH TOWNnnddUtrlcttorideandoxlilnttasamplfl Latest Model LoweHtNet You're Bilious and Costive! Footorjr . nan ioreain, suur PricoH Sick lieadacne, GllHl OH t stiiuiftch, furred tongue and indi j Terras A Sn vi iiJ of gestion, mean liver and bowels S 1 OO to Get. Clean ui v,veB S20 OFacof Dr. King's New From a 25c bottle P A. STARCK tory Direct rrtl6cNT Life Pills today nd empty the stomach and bowels of fermenting, IN YOUR gassy foods and waste. A full bowOWN HOME el movement gives a satisfied, thank-fu- l Wo will ship you a beautiful Starck Plann for 30 days' frco trial. In your you feel fine. home. No cash payment required. All we ask Is that you will play upon, use feeling makes nnd test this piano for 30 days. If, nt the end of thut time, you do not Und It tho Effective, yet mild. Don't gripe. highest grade, sweetest toned and finest piano In overy wuy, that you have ever seen for the money, you are nt perfect liberty to send It back, and we will. In that at your druggist. Adv. loo event, pay the freight both wuys. This Starck I'lano must mnke good with you, or there Is no sale. Piucklen's Arnica Salve for burns. Save $150.00 or More Easy Payments We thlp tllrect to you from our factory, at Ton pay no cah down, bnt after 30 days Valuable Little Book. you umvarili of $.50.00 in the pricea that save of tri.il, you can begin payment on the low est, easiest term ever suggested by a piano cost of your piano. We guarantee to furnish We are pleased to announce manufacturer. vou a better niano for the monev than von can These terms are arranged to urcure elsewhere, suit your and it that any of our readers can se-- . m a satisfactory sweetYpu are assured ot rereivintx you to buyconvenience, for your la possible fa a piano toneu durable high grade home, withou tnlsilng the money. cure an interesting vest pocket j piano. oiarcK booklet and calender by sending Guarantee Player-Piano- s nuleeil Guar .i t. 30 DAYS' FREE TRIAL 25-Ye- ar i .it Starck Piano U guaranteed for 2Ft jean. This guarantee hat hack, of It our 3j years of piano experience, and tho reputation of an old eitatilHI.ed, responsible plan; house, ttry 2nd-Ha- nd Bargains 50 Free Musio Lessons To ntry purclur of Starck Pianoj, w give tree music lcftsons, in one of the Urst known schools In you riilraco. Thfse ran take In your own home, by mall. This represents one year's free Instruction. We have constantly on hand a larcc number ot slightly liseil pianos of all and second-hanstandard makes taken in ex chanare for new Starck Pianos The followand l'layer-1'lanoing arc a few sample bargains i lns Weber Steinway Chlckering Kimball Starck $110.00 92.00 00.00 95.00 195.00 ful Player Pianos on the Vou will be demarket. lighted with the many exclusive features ot these wonderful Instrument!, and will be pleased with the very low prices at which they ran be secured. sre Starck Player-Piano- s the best and most beauti- Piano Book Free Send totl.iv for our new beautifully Illustrated piano hook which gives you large amount of informs. Hon regarding pianos. This book will Interest and please you. Write today. Semi for our latest complete second hand bargain Hit. P. A. STARCK IIANO CO.. 1384 Starck nil., CIIICAG !0 00 i bp 9UMD14 T (CtUA 4 FREE for Women. Sned us your name and address and we will send you twelve boxes of our WATERLESS WINDOW WASHER, which you will sell for twenty-fiv- e cents per box, returning to us the three dollars, and we will send you FREE tor your work a set of Rodgers' Silver Spoons. Send no money, we trust you. Everyone needs Waterless Window Washer. la o riHlved. UnCiJ One plain red steer, weighing be tween five and six hundred pound with crop off right ear. Owner ca have same by proving ownership and paying all charges, II. Garrett, Clay City, Ky. For GKOOUUIKS ffl ntll ffrlf J. L MEAD CYCLE COMPANY, CHICAGO, ILL ga to YJJLIAMS'. Waterless Window Washer Mfg. Winchester, Ky. Co.,