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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): September 10, 1914 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1914 cla1914091001_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.): September 10, 1914 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1914 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. .' . I'.'.-'-.- . V ss. ' 4 l PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. M. P. O'MARA, Ownr and Publlfier TIIJB CL GOOD NEWS. A-- 1 Y CITY TIjVIE is. k. 1 - . s. J We are Here (e Hrin Ctfy cny, me Surrounding Cemiryand, 8jrHv & $1.00 Per Year VOLUME XIX; NUMIER 37. CLAY CITY,. KENTUCKV.ffHURS DAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1914. H Advance. i TO ILACK,LEG, WRECK ON TH& L. & E. ' YfiF The Paris Democrat announces Tlie Experiment A' Wrpflr thnt rwifiiirril nti fhA T. issued "f ... m'l . . t"" IN THE BEST WAY a .Mrs. Clarence Atkinson nnd jMiss Hint the turkey crop in Bourbon A COAT OF PAINT A K. Inst Thurpdny evening resulted wnining lor lo guard 'npgrs Nancy Eweo left Tuesday for Win eminty is better than over known against this UreJAJjlsense, as it Has ii cigiit ears iielnwlernilfcd,r and and attributes Jt to the dry Chester; where they will visit with made its appearKhn a number of The following information on the The following letter from the de- several hundred feet o ToilsT and The body ..of Walter Richards, their sister, Mrs. Margaret Oldham. season, which illustrates that there Whero die of the partment of Pnhlic RnnU nt Trank-fo- rt ties being torn tip. Tho train, wns Superintendent of the Newport, Ky., handling of the tobacco crop, is of places. double-headThey will also visit in Lexington he. is always something to the thankful malady, if pasture, they nnd ?nll tho cam is very tinicly(1nt this senson of n Water Ok, who was drowned in tho for Ttinnksgiving nnd Christmas particular interest nt this time of should be burled 1dejej or burnt on fore returning home. tho year, particularly ns nearly1 nil were heavily loaded 'fit'1 coal. The Ko"nttHiky7River the year, and should be rend carefulat Lock No. 10 nenr ure growing near. the spot withoiintfving the carcass, Air. IFred Ware 'moved Into the the bridges in Powell comity are in cause of the wreck is ml known, bUt Boonesboro, Sunday morning, was ly by every tobacco grower. the ground, 'around .thoroughly need of u ,cnnt to have 'been, a" yprciirt and Jiouse formerly penned by Wm, of paint. There nre is supposed The sticks of tobacco should be found floating in the river nbout six CENSUS FIGURES disinfected with,.cilJJidej of lime and Ilardwitk this week. seven bridges in the county, nnd rail. The engines and' several cars o'clock Tuesday morning. The body limited to the barn in n wagon fitted ON POWELL COUNTY. ' nn nhundnnce of unlinked lime. Care passed over the 'pntlmnjl the first Any one finding p Ave dollar hill none of these hns received it coat of with n tobacco frame made so thnt should ho tnkpu.,t" keep all cnttfin paint since being erected, with the mi in ii'uvu me iracKjuirn crossway of Richards was taken in ehnrgo'by will receive n reword if they will reThe latest bulletin issued by the each end of the stick will rest on a Kerr & Bean, of Winchester, and presurrounding&fnnd if the disturn it to Miss Alice Creed. She State .Board of Ileajth shows that in runner, ond tobacco hnng down be- healthy exception of the one nt Wnltersville. over it. pared for burial. nppenr lp n community, ease should Wrecking crewswcre' called out lost it the day of Mrs. Press Ewen's Powell county the total number of tween. The bridges more recently built nr.e s Richard's body wnt .bniised rind nil cattle in thc.1 cighborhnod should not in ns urgent need funeral. Of course an honest per- deaths in 1013 was 82, ns against of care ns from Jackson and r&pxjiigton, and cut in Stacking tobacco on n hay frame be vnccinnted. ,.Rver-Jarmninny placed, indicating that it should some the track wns clenffd'hy the next will return the money nnd the 86 in 1012. Of these 33 were from son of the other?, nnd a little ator slid bruises the leaves and pre- write the Experiment Station for had beji drfsl'd with great force dishonest one will not. tention nnd a coat of pnint nt this morning, without intSyffring to any ngaint nnd with proptlie'apron of tho dom by the particulars. j ' IProf. Alter .who was a former preventable diseases, 'been treated in vents it curing properly. time 'may save more money at a Inter grcnt extent with the traffic over this '" could have er care 1. . swift current. Green tobacco should be hung in line. date. Following N rt copy of the teacher in Stanton College arrived the earlier .stages and thu'pf saved the barn with the sticks eight to ten HOGS PAY BEST. The body wns found nbout n quarletter being sent out by tho DepartTuesday for a brief visit with his that many lives. TuberculosiaCjwas inches apart, according to the size of ter of jvniile from the point where h ment of IPuhlic Ronds nt Fronkfort many friends in Stanton, before re- responsible for only nine, ns ngafnst There should be.tnd usually is, ho wnsetii to go down in the boat the' tobacco. to the County Judges, RondEngi- -' WIT STERLING PREACHER turning to 'his Seminary work in fifteen for the the previous year, n he was rowing, when it was capsized The center tier of the barn shoul.l more money tnade'in raising hogs on neers, nnd others who nre interest Hp has been spending wonderful gain, if it is permanent'. Pittsburg. by thV undertow. It was badVy de- he filled before the side tiers are be the fnrm thnn other rluimnR Aside ed in the good ronds movement: SERIOUSLY ILL his vn'yion poking after some Mensles claimed Ave, whooping cough eomriSed, the features destroyed and gun. This gives the tobacco in the from cholera, hogs nic less subject COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY churches in Tennessee. three and typhoid fever two. There ' were almost beyond recognition. center of the barn a chance to pet ' disease, reproduces 'faster and DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC ROADS. Miss Dernice Conless, of Mt. Ster- were five deaths by violence and the air that would be cut off if the make better coins1 per pound of feed Mt. Sterling, Ky., Sept 10. Rev. FRANKIFORT. ling, was visiting here cousin, Miss three from enncer. side tiers were filled first (and re consumed. Thejfnnniuil mcrenso of The State B6qrd:pf JleultlfJof Ken T. W. Watts, pastor of the .Methodist September 3, 1014. There were 220 births in the county Ethel Martin tho past week. member that Burley needs nil the horses, cattle nndlcVj'j ranges from To All County Judges, County Attor church in this city, is. heriously ill tucky has iisuedii proTpu'niaflon ns against 202 for. the previous year, Mr. Comorddi, ")() to 100 per cent? The increase of of McRoberts, nir you can give it.) neys, .Magistrates uuii Louniy nt his home here. DiiW)i(he confer- calling at tcntm!ffTnhe Angers, of brought his boy here to attend our and the estimated population of the hogs should beijfrom 500 to 3,500 Trn chomn nmWorlpddmg;' JtmV ence nt Wilmore, wldVli closed SunWhen the tobacco ii curing the Road Engineers: College, 'He recognizes a good school county is given at 0,212. nrMfionl; fTf tfnf rterfcon ventilating doors should be left open per cent. The Sovjffiinthe advantage Gentlemen : day, Rev. Watts partook of some ice Of the 82 deaths oocurtng in the when he sees it. litters n year during all the warm dry wenthernd in bringing to cream.-- which rcsulfed in ptomaine nfllicled orusjiej;fq,lf; to be afflictIwish to cull your attention county, 23 were of infants under nnd farrows several nt each litter. George Oericltson, who has been the fnct thnt the life of .steel bridges poisoning, and for. n time his con- ed with thi'dSfi.nflr. The proeliuSia- between whenever n breeze is stirring. 5pk with typhoid fever for several one yqnr, ll' were children Dr. Wnrringtorism ''Chemistry on wpnth- depends on the enre which they nre dition was serious, lie recovered tion also, s.tnfes that Trachoma is In rniny weather, or foggy th e nges'of one and four, nnd fifteen the Fnrm." sfntesVitntr'for each 100 given, and one of the things thai sufficiently to bo brought home weeks is able to sit tip now. and becoming moro prevalent inthe coun-wo- s er, the ventilators should be closed pounds were over 05 years of age. of feed consumwl the differ-e- you cannot nfford to over look is , Mrs. Grace Hart 'Ferguson, of ordered to bej Jiy'liis physician. ''es "f Breathitt, Clny, Jackson, Lee, thnt as tightly ns possible. fnrm nnimnlsmnke gains as fol- of pninting. jfeost Liverpool,. 0., an old school He will recovor. Rev. Watts is one Leslie, Owsley Perry and adjacent POULTRY FEEDING. lows: Cattle, nmeotinds', sheep, mate nnd friend of Prof, and Mrs. Your bridges should ho painted this of the best known ministers of the sections-- with many cases in eleven pounds, nndplgs) twenty-thre- e ). C, ITanley, is visiting them this fall beforo the weather gets bad, Owing to the fact thnt all feedstuff ESTILL COUNTY MAN HELD OP church nnd hns just been son nnd Clark, and n scattering in pounds. Pigs thcnjninke nearly two and by doing so wee)c. to Mt. Sterling for another J "10,t ovcry county in the Stntc, and you will prevent for the winter is advancing in price nnd n holf timesfthe Vain over cnt-tl- e 111:11 concerted action by the officials them from rusting-oduring, the yenr by the Conference. The new teachers who have arriv- very rapidly, we would suggest that for th nmountjf&teod consumed. winter months. ' Jefferson Tipton, a young white and citizens is necessary to stamp ed, to teach in our college are Miss poultrymen buy feed, while it is low, The man whohaulji hogs to the out this disense. I would ndvise that the best reJJ'er&ai Cdrver, of Tenn., Miss Irene early in the fall and make their own man, living on Miller's Creek in Esmarket instead ofcorn is the one sults can be obtnined The disease is frequently spread ;ThonSp85n,- - of Penn.( Miss Ida feed. Six 'bushels of wbent. two of till county, was assaulted by four by the county EVERY PUPIL MUST who should mok6 money. Because of purchasing the. pnint and employing by menus of atjd Mr. and "Mrs. iE. A. corn, one of oats, one-hubushel negroes near the C. & O. depot in towels, pencils nnd rtlird things used in 1f"Qhi6, with their little of sunflower seed, one bushel ot Winchester Monday night, and se- the fnct that hog"a'VH& when prop ' snmn rnnntiililA mnri fn An (Iia ttm-1- . ' 'ftaijsj5n BE . , so. profitable erly managed hn ,, , s'dHf, .ye jue.'ijlad'to welcome them JcalTlr corn, mixed thoroughly will verely injured. cmntrci) by children and by members -. i the the hog has bee'' . . 'tpP .our little ,tpwn and we trust that make a fine feed for your chickens nf n family, and great care is needed Tipton came to Winchester MonTh ruy to the eryfiddy will;' give them the glnd this winter. Of course, other expen- day afternoon with a party of .'age lifter." hog rule is to buy one gallon of point Under the State Health law. evcrv to stamp it out and lessen the dan- business is II union for each cont for every ten feet in child cnteriii"' .iVfcolHf.UfUa. of infection. ..--- hfhd wf welcome. You who have sive ingredients can be added, hut friends nnd wns going in the direc- much can b don ng cbol- ' We nlh the Powell county must be vaccinated kgohpjto;h, new place as a stranger tliiajiinkes a good feed nt - - price. tion of the depot, when .he. was;na em by the farm leroting in mend the u- of w tnnd 'so- let costed by" the negro man who comml lend ground in this month or eNe show n certificate adopting measur ia will pre- - I'tisoed oil E ROBT- - STOUT for the pninting of bridges. that ho or she has been vaccinated irien; to.' show our friendship to The Richmond Climax, one of the manded him to stop nnd give up his vent the dissemi of cholera. This will precrve the bridge r "Vtiese. new . strangers within our oldest nnd most influential weekly money. He resisted the effort to rob It is up to the for within the past five years. I'ndci s themselves, aboul five years .provided the hridg.' the law u good scar does not count papers in the state, changed hands him and the negro struck him on le cholera 'on Walton, the head with n club, knock- on last analysis, t is tin. roughly cleaned of all rust and unless n certificate can be procured " Several of the old students have last week, when Col. W. P. t starts, by the one fnrm whef dirt before pninting and two coats returned to attend oollege this year. purchased the interest of his broth ing him unconscious, nnd several strictlv following the nil vice of snni nre applied. Among the many we notice the fol- er, Ed. C. Wnlton, nnd assumed the other blows inflicted cuts nnd bruises Frankfort. Ky.. Sept. 8. Judge tnrv authorities and nil working to James Edward Caiitrill, the sov- - st(iut in hU ,.iull.,,0 to 110 .Franklin Tlie steel can he denned of rus. nn his face. The negro highwayman lowing i Misses tMuxio nnd Daisy management of the paper. son of Congressman In the made off with his suit case and hat. gether to thy cud. I know of n grene. dirt etc., by the asp of a wire Col. Wnltbn is y Bniml jui.v uluay ,struct-J- . Johnson, of Tallegn, and Miss tiara farmer who kept his hogs healthy brush or sharp edged tool. Campbell Cautrill. whom he re-- j 0,i tUit body to iiivestignti the report Ifardwick nml Richard, of Mt. Ster- newspaper world, having edited the The matter was reported to'the police for four years, while the neighbors In case two coat are applied they feiTcd to os the only other member j f state Inspector and Examiner ling, Victor Tipton ,Iate of Ohio, and Climax for some months last year, but no nrrest has been mndc. nil around him were losing their hogs should he of different of his family when he spoke here shenimn floodpaster in regard to'liis MiAs Conlee, of Rosslyn. colors. nnd he will make several changes in from cholera. lie did it by nn eterThis Department will be glad to lust July, will not follow suit of hi ,.l,nrgeK f forgery nnd fraud on the lieing to make The college opened up on Monday the paper, among them fanner, but in- - n,itmi.bile .Iek in tho Department Road Surveyor Carter Reynolds nal visrilencc in keeping infection out, fnrnili estimates of cost of painting father and become instead of a weekwith an enrollment lurger thnn ever it n has put his section of the road lead- and this man made a regular chore bridges .provided the length of span, stead has chosen the profession ,.f (lf tho seprctm.y f state. Ho told befdre nt this time of the year. Wo ly, and install typesetting machinery ing from this city to the Walter's of cleaning the hog pens every Sat- width of roadway and the height of the law, and will ntt .ml the Wash- - ,!u, Krumi jul.,.' nut to hi?Ktitnte to hope that it will grow and grow till and other modern improvements. ington ami eo Univcrnty at hexing- - im)j,.t tl0 ,milty party or paitios Ferry bridge, a distance of two miles, urday afternoon. tins- es arc furnished us. We hnvo an overflowing school. If in first-claVa., the coming - dndatif year. ,.. mahlx n thurouiih investigation condition. lie used the The Department of Public Ron Is everybody cnnie that ought to co'me Tl county's road machine nnd succeedmniiitaiiis n crops of competent of tho charges. '.there, would, not be room to hold them IN ed in getting the road with splendid SIX CONVICTED to assist you in your road and Fraud practiced in this comity in all. The 'prqspect for the coming ;t grade. If nil roads in the county bridge woik nnd any service rendered tho recent primnry election called ,ij,wif,ftje very bright. We huve a SP0UTJP1G were put in ns good condition as LETCHER COURT is free of cost to your county. tine Vel of 'teachers forth some hitter remarks on the. part nnd a splendid Mr. Reynolds there would be less Yours truly, of Jndgo Stout. iijtypraent nnd n fine town for the A. C. Byrd returned Mmi'dny from Tobacco cutting will be on in good complaint of bad ronds in this counROBERT C. TERRELL. , ptudeuts .to live in. No snlnons, earnest this week and the crop is i visit to rclntixcs at I'uuipton. Whitesburg, Sept. 6 Tho Letchty next winter thnt there has been Commissioner o." Public Roads. "gambling dens or other evil places up to expectations, the enrly crop is Vernon Christopher is iittng rel.i-tivNEW WATER TANK. closed just one er Circuit Court has ii'.go to. The prospects are that the ubove tho average nnd the late crop for years. A roud with good drainnear Winchester. the busiest four week's term of age and the proper grade and width of GOOD PRICE FOR CATTLE. .)'oj?n, is going tp grow some day nnd will bo an good Elder A. Sony, of iPittsiiurg. Pa., if frost holds off rarely ever gives much trouble. The L. & X. ha installed n new- court ever held in the county in will nlwqys be as long enough. All corn fields except lope that .it , oictipiwl the stand at the BnptUt Uutrr tank here that will huve a which there wero six penitentiary The record pi ice for export catjfrfr as, it is now. the earliest ones look ns if they sentences. Judge J. 31. Roberson tle was paid nt Mt. Sterling thU church Suiidin morning. The Rev. apacit, uf about four times that of "TTopre will have to be nn election would mako good. Late corn will SELLING STRAW has returned to his homo in Pike-vill- week when Tibb & Company, of Judge D. F. Mann ,uf Clay City, at tho tank that hits been in use in the town founcil at this coming be above the average. Water melons services und jjuve a short past. Owing to tho number of trains POOR ECONOMY. Indianapolis, purchased 70 head from tended the oyJsjjJber electlon.The present and garden stuff are on the market passing through Clay 'City during the Among the men receiving peniten- Josh Owings at $0 per hundred. The talk at the icquest of the Pastor. are nil holding over with one in abundance and are selling nt The many friends here of Mr. T. night it was found necessnry to keep nnd On a trip recently through this tiary sentences wero I.nnce Hall, who cattle are in fine condition Vx'eeption and he was appointed to are prices, tho pastures received n life sentence for his part weighed 1,."00 pounds average. Mr. S. Christopher will regret to learn n mnn on duty pumping both night f but' the place of Mr. Ide Boone, hns broken out in bis nml day. t supply the engines with growing very fust and nil kinds of county we noticed on almost every in th battle on school election day ot Tibbs also purchased a nice bunch that Mack-le- g "yhq. was elected Clrcnlt Clerk and stock will go into winter quarters in farm thnt the straw stacks wero halfine herd of cattle in Clark county, sufficient water, but tho larger tank of Rockhnuon Creek in which o? Dnve Fox nt head per hundred wiifi also.nn holdover. So ploase come good shape. The farmers of this ed, ready for shipping, mid streams four men were, killed three of the nnd n number of other nice cat- nml that he has lost six of his num- will make it unnecessary for any Ou and announce yourself ns n county will not have to spend very of farm wagons were hnuling baled Hall's and Dunk Qcillcn; Jnmes Turber from that disease. pumping to be done at night. tle from various parties. C. C. Todd, of near Winchester, candidate for this splendid office. much money for feed this yenr which strnw to the city. The wheat fields ner, n life sentence, for tho murder There,, is no pay in it but you can means many dollars will be added to made n bountiful yield this year, but was here Friday to see his sister, of Annio May Warner in Jenkins; The ruin just keep "a comiii' " and 'jrnder yrfur town service that is their net earnings. Nearly every it hurts to see so much fertility in Oily Almond from three to flvo years BLACKLEG BREAKS OUT Mrs. Nannie l'rynr. Mrs. Pryor rePowell county "nubbins" just keep IN CLARK COUNTY. turned home with her brother nnd i "orth far more thon any pay. The furmer's wifo has' n lot of nice fry- tho shape of straw leaving tho for stealing several pieces of jewelry stretdiin' ", until it is now beltev-c- d prisent council ure Messrs. I. W. ing sue chickens nnd turkeys arc farms. These same fields arc short now visiting him and other relatives "n Cleveland from n store in Jenkins; we will raise u lmmHr crop from Jpfimon, Jesse Crowe, Virgil Atkin-W- growing very fast. Most of them in humus, nitrogen nnd phosphorus, Morelock for robbing store nt Crnfts-villBlackleg, a deadly disease mining in Clink county around Ruckcrville. what a few months ago promised to J'. H. S.tone, Roipulus Jackson will ho ready for the Thanksgiving and commericial fertilizers will be one day While using a broad-n- x from two to flho years; Johnie cattle, has mndc its appearance in But some iadf (Paul Derlhick. Any of these market. purchased to raise another crop on Cnndill for one to three yenrs for Clark County, in the Fox neighbor-hoo- last week Logan King split n knee-en- p be mi almost total failure. how or other Powell always raise .pjfmbers are willing to step down them. We wondered why tho fanners horse stenling; Bud Alexander, 10 in two. For u while it was nnd stock raisers in that vi seems ' atid givp way to you so you will not did not feed cattle, using the straw vonrs for murder. was inevitable, but good crops. The only trouble WHY NOT MORE SHEEP? cinity nro alarmed for fear of n thought lock-ja"'peapt'to' have nn opposition. This One word will answer this ques- for bedding, mnking mnnuro for those Before leaving Judge Roberson set spread of the disease. The disease now the worst seems to have pasod. to be that we don't put enough of our it one ofilce that you will not have tion: Dogs. If it wero not for the lands, or even put the straw back ond down n special term for November nmle it appcnrniico in a drove of Morgan McKiuney, of Winchester, Corn."land in cultivation o "King Jt,o s.pend any money or whiskey for. worthless curs, all the southern turn it under. The strnw brings n when tho greatly congested civil forty-on- e head of light cattle belong-dock- wiih here a few days this week looking nfter his newly purchased firm. M'3 Anna Clark assisted by Mrs. States would huve at least a hundred good price in tho city, becnuse liny The other ing to Clayton Ilisle nnd Tom will be cleared. Mrs. Clell '.McCrawson, of Olympin. 3artha Dertlilok entertained her sheep wheer one is how found. In is scarce about $0 per ton but is took MARRIED IN THE SOUTH. will be topher, who immediately cases on the docket Thursday a canvass af the South a year ago not this straw worth that much as of nt tho regular term in ! cautionary measures to prevent its Bath County, visited her cousin, Mis. j Sunday School class Inst ,i?teruooh. There were twenty of all the replies might be summed up in humus if put hack in tho lnndf We January. Mr. Ben Moore ami Miss Luxora spread and had Dr. J. O. Piersall, Ellen McKiuney, near the city last the claBs present besides six visitors. these few words, "No sheep, dogs." think it is, becnuse no commercial nt Surdis, Caldwell were Imna-rieveterinary surgeon, of Winchester, to week. 'Wafer-meloice cream and cookies And what are the dogs worth f Mrs. M. fl. Whiteman and daugh- Miss., recently. The groom Is an old fertilizer will add any humus to the A. J. Curtis ran into n nest of administer vnccinc to the entire The editor of this paper loves hungry Intnl. wrS iirved, ' bees Thursday whilo plowing her. The presence of the disease was ter, Miss Sallic, of Irvine, visited Clay City boy who went to Sardis . : dogs. His sentiments nre those of Hisle nnd Mrs. Wm. Manittz, Jr., and Mrs. W. several year, ago with his parents,' Then next summer, when dry two miles south of this city. The not noticed until 'Messrs. when a niero boy, (From tho way Senator Vest, but when you flguro weather strikes us again, tho soil will bees stung him so severely that he . Christopher had lost six heud. F. Burnett last week. Wra. Ecjon, Jr., has been seleete4 out the value of dogs in any State, be parched and packed and not hold J B. Hall, of Lexington, was here Clay City boys nro capturing tho after turned blind and became cording to Dr. Piersall, the disease Southern licllcs, we nro led' to 'belFriday. not nppenVcd in nny other ;,lijr tlie city council, as. tax collector, compared to tho sheep industry that moisture. It is this way Kentucky deathly sick. Dr. Martin was (1. B. Martin, would be developed if it were not for lands are being impoverished each of Montgomery ieve, that they nre making themselves nnd succeeded in giving re- - .tion of the county nnd the prompt v .flid lie has been rounding up the y jn proper. jstya the past tho curs, dogs would be nowhere-!-an- d year instead of growing lief, but Mr. Curtis was very sick for J treatment may confine it to its pres- - county, wns transacting business in very popular in the fuvored South land. 14 sheep would he on every farm. the city Friday. cut locality. Farming. several days .following, J e, outJe er . ! 1 forjlo nt .Teffer-Methodi- st ut lf wash-basin- s, mi 'W r - K - . the-i.u- Ajc ln.a,1-r'tAWT(I- re't-on- AJuJow.-whVtitmea- - nu -e 1 94 i j well-kno- ciitecn-yenr-o- hl ,., I semi-weekl- y, j nf-to- ti. ss engi-nec- is j e. mera-tJbif- fl. lo .fS.-ll- p, e, d, et Chris-murd- er n, num-bumb- le ' Ac-so- mim-Jhn- R richer.-Kentuck- i P AG E TWO TIMES twenty inches. This will give leaders the advantage of thnt our inueW . THE ''The prosvnt we-fSr- c CLAY CITY LATE CINCINNATI T I M E-- S CI ;M:WCIAY uncertain business A Democratic Newspaper cnrnlltiims Will also pass ns s'oon'ns more newTnnd wo will endcnvor'to' aide to readjust oit'fsolvcs to mukV it ns interesting ns possible, the- new conditions rnuscvi" liy ;h"c - ; MARKETS LIVE STOCK, 10. ightcen Years Old M. P. o:MARA. OWNKIl AXI), I'UttLTSIIKK. mini mnt-tc- r Entered ris secnnd-elns- s nt tho Post Olllec nt CIny City, Ky.? umlur the Act of Congress of .March 3, 1879. SUBSCIUITION HATE $1.00 per . ycnr in advnnce. TIIUltSOAV, SEPTEMBER 10, 3014. After eighteen yenrs nuu eight months labors on the Clay City Timos, the paper of our own creation passes into other hands, and to speak of this fact is n very sad thing to do fWo liavo reared our fnniily hnlf in Mi print shop and half in the home-liavo given them whntschnolinp "they havo in tho nowspapcr office, and now to pnrt with it and other fields of Inhor is like parting with nearest and denrefriend-- ' nl honfe and going to a strange land j" Our young manhood has been "fepent trying to liettcr our fellow men through the medium of the press. We have tried to not abuse Tiny influence ot our command. Wc have held a sacred policy, nnd, while we hnve frequently erred, wo did it and unknowingly. We th'nvo never sold a policy or received a penny's pay for nu express' opinion of our own. Wo have, tip- tried tc 'on- - tlm whole, reliciottslv nn honest business in an conduct honorable manner. We leave it with our readers to shy whether we have done so or not. yi. V. the succeeding editor, is a young man very much like ourselves, and has been .brought ur tinder similar circumstnnccs. Tic stranger to newspaper readers in this county, having been editor of the Winchester Sun for some time past with the exception of a brief ' period, when he edited the Jackson "(Times.' ' a? mountain girl, .which, to a great extent, gives him nn attachment to mountain people In every way we aro sure he is worthy the support accorded the .Tim'es'.'while, under the retiring I ne-mrrj- ?d paying particular attention to the Europcnn war," said l'crkaai. "hven-tuall- y there will be unprecedented as n prosperity, inasmuch ns this country Democratic paper, there leng no will be the only producing nation. change in the political policy what"Germany has been one of tho .big ever. steel producing countries. It will unWo would grently appreciate the doubtedly look to the United States of our renders in our for stiel as well ns other endeavor to make the paper ns interesting ns possible, nifil wc would OVER FOR THE PRESENT. ask you thnt any item of news you can give us will be greatly appreci(Stnte Journal.) ated. If you know of any visitors, Up nt; Winchester they will be tryir anybody going nwny, a birth, n lenth, a marriage, or, in short, any ing, nnd convicting mJirdercrs of item of news that will he of inter-s- t Kdwnrd Callahan nfter the Kuropcnn to the community, pall at the of- war is over. The Deacon's unpnpu-larit- y is proved by the fact that fice and tell us nlont it, or write it .... ..l ... u....u.n in a postcard or letter nnd send it Mirnugh the mnil. We will he glad JU lilt' llilli tlCi "o have it, and our readers will also SOMETHING NEVER TRIED wprcciate it. news of Powell county. , The Times will continue IN KENTUCKY. The retiring editor loves every subscriber on this paper's lUt, for they ire the best and truest ever mailed a npcr. They are not the kind that akes exceptions mid stop the paper vlien it takes u tand 'for aiprinoi- le they do not indore, but n reason ihle and just lot of people. We seii-Miregret our disconnection in the 'uisiness way, ami each one on the ist ha our verv best wishes, and 'iirthcr hns our congratulations lip in being able to pet n much improved nper from tho first isMie under the 'cv management. We nrge each subscriber to aid the new editor Ju very pos 'Me Way to maintain the improvemei.i. And don't forget that it is more of n dutv as sistnnee now than it has been nny 'ime in the past. ly tf Cincinnati, 0., Sept. Receipts Receipts nnd shipments nt the Cincinnati Union Stock Yards Wedncsdnv were; . , , . IiinmBu TATTLEs'SI ...520 ...120 1227.; 1882 1070 20o (i8.r0, eholci butcher stceil eh ily; shippers' .$7.7o extra !f8.nn(7i!); tm $8, good to 0, common to fair -, fo.7.'((?7; heif? good to choice .f7J2.5r7.0."), common tofiur .$4i7iW7.')0; cows, extra ri).ii(n li.ny cl CHINCH T. I. 0.40, cnmmnlr to fair .."."(JDo.oO ; extra !fi.iuiifo., prnygr and supplication nnd do ie g quest nil persons to re-- ! nnif nn Hint i1ntrtn ll.nir Innna in' i, worship, there io unite heir pod- lions to Almighty. God, thnt over-- . ruling the counsel of men, setting straight tho things they cannot govern or niter, tnkyig pity on the nn-- 1 tions now in the throes of conflict, in Ills mercy nnd goodness, showing a way where r.yn can sec none, Nc ' vouchsafe his children healing pence ' again and restore once more that concord among men nnd nations ' without which there enn bo neither,' J 'inmiinnca tint ................. " v ,.v. flod-fennnj ,H WU i& l i CLOTH IK G,Spring Goods, Slippers, Etc. - nnners $n.7il(ffl4.7."i; bulls sternly; bolognas $.).8.(rfl..n, extra .$0.00, -n. milch cows fnj my steady. CATA'KS : Strong to 2.'.c higher; extra $11.2oTll.."0, fair to gofrtl. $7.7.')(?ini.2.,, common nnd lnrgc IIOGS: Jfnrket active; packers and butchers strong nnd ."c higher; light shippers niid'pigs 10c higher; selectgood ed henvy shipper- - fO.n.'ilirO.-JO- , to choice packers and butchers $0.n."i (rt 11.411, mixed -- i A. . ! j We Offer You Safely, and the Careful, Courteous Consider- ation of your Business Wants. Can any Bank offer You more? Gapifal- 4 Absolute c all and see our Line and get our Prices. J Kentucky liluegrass pastures arc considered the finest m the world, nnd so they were, originally, nnd many of them nre today, especially those thousands of acres that have never seen the plow. But much of our fine pasture land has been cropped with hemp and tobacco and then turned back to grns. Other fields have been planted to com, wheat meadow and back to grass again. If we stop to think, all of these crops, with the exception of clover, have fed on the fertility of the land. Naturally the soil is that much poorer. We have all :een bluegrass pastures thnt could be better, the exception being the reverse: but how can they be improved, Verginia is solving this Very problem and doing it satisfactorily by the . We can fit you in Complete Style at Low Cost. ! pneKers .t!i..ui(rw.?'.'.-(-- , ' OUrP'ltl anrl nrnnt. nvrr n- common to cno.ee A . e.,i ..,..,..-...- $25,000.00 t D flnfl flfl '? ,ennn(ln: . SHJMFESSEL'S Beginning- oil the 24th of August and .lasting - liglit' shippers $8..150.10, viiir iin si in t it i r.!. ittuu, . S.IIKRP: Strong: extra .$4.7.1, good to choice .$4.2."5(i-- 4.05, common to fair $8.40, i l.'c IA.AIBS: Active an iHtrong, 10(a) 8.23, cnod to liichcV: extra All of which is a Margin of'Safety for Your Funds on Deposit here. J 3 air. fVi0(n 7.Stji culls .f4.25('."i. li .cnows TI.1. inisr 11 INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. : t Clay City Nationar THE MOB. You can hear application of ground limestone and the Bourbon nristocrnt's disgusted "nn' the mob was only fryin' to hang a niggali"' in reference to Jailer Fnrrie having killed a man. Frankfort Stnte Journal. The State Journal is right in this Even in this ndjoining 'oiinty, expressions of this sort are K OP COXBIKRCK, to b,g leajd regarding the incident Toledo, O. which occurred in Bourbon n few nre is taken in- - W You have ever been offered in lays ngo, and they do not all come Vlireetly iujion the , aristocrats. from the OP 'WINC1IHTKH, Kr. ns surtnees oL the The killing of a white man over i inninls sent free. be put back to restore original con- "niggali" is to be deplored, "nnd moM M'.Hoi.r.v VITIIKIlSl jon, I'm-.s- , 3 er bottle. Sold by kI ... r"'e 'X ' ditions. Virginin is doing thi, even S h the people of Bourbon regret thnt of Oahiukic, Druggif h.k. SPiun, on her step hillside pastures. Who Take Hairs Family Pills for con- In writing these lines which may in oflloinl in the discharge of the in Tfoni,l-,- . l.nfi tl.n In him was compellstipntion.T-iAd- v. be termed our valedictory, and is duty imposed upon b; YOUR ACCOUNTS SOrIOITJ it Kentucky Farming. ed to resort to such n mensure. Sifttnioh so far ns the management, obligations nnd and remunerative liene-ilt- s ed down to tho fact it will be found A WATERMELON AS-WEAPON. aro concerned, wo nre not going Hint not only was the jailer doing . BWirTnnTiTfrir-irTirrniT-.i.deto say good-by- o because we hnve his duty as nn official but he was A Louisville woman sue.1 for $3,000 been invited to'asist in the writings fending his" own life nfter it became damages says the Frankfort Stnte TO WINCHESTER of the paper at our will and we shall apparent that it was in danger. Journal, on the ground that a water mnke use of these privileges when: Citizens who openly violate the law melon struck her in the abdominal Mr. J. C. Codell, of Winehestpr attempting to inKe it in tueir own region possible to do so nnd harmonize our ' STRAWBERRY . PLANTS nnd permanently impaired her has been awarded th ccontract fiir Prult and Shade, Shrubs, Asparfeelings with the policy of the paper, i hnnd"' mn "Pect to meet wi,h re'' enpneity to earn n living. agus, drape Vines, Roses, tho construction of the inncndnm wbinl,. in flin mnil, iXn lwv m.o cm : sistnnee from the conscientious of- We have not heretofore rcgnrdcit Peonies, Phlox, etc. ficinl. The negro in question, we will streets in Haznrd, Perry county. The The paper will remain Democratic, the watermelon ns a weapon. We not nttempt to deny, committed a contract which amounts to nbout Ever) thins for ever so, though possibly not so radi hnve looked upon it ns n benign insti cal along other lines ns we have made serious offense and had ho received tution crcnted under the will of $1 "),()()() was made Jlondny when bids ORCHARD, LAWN and OARUKN. his just' dues, the most severe punfor the construction of the streets it, arid possibly too, wisely so. NO AOUNTS Piovidence for the purpose of cn- FREli CATALOGS were opened. n-.o are very thankful to all our ishment would have not been to great, IN si onrngitig the individual into whose but the nttempt nt lynching which repatrons for what they have done to H. F. HUlenmeyer& Sons, nbdominnl region it finds its way. establish the Times nnd make it what sulted in the denth of n white mnn But of course the watermelon should Lexington, Ky IDENF Mobs it is. But ,abovo all, we are most was not worth the effort. Nurserymen Since 1841. ho less rude in its approach. It thankful to the God who made us for should be discouraged rather than l ;!... 1.1 l. ll...l.l ' . the health and strength he hn.s given eneournged, nnd tho , law, ,even m the Ji rock" m n manner .familinr to small . . , ... FACTORY PRICES FOOT OF IS ns to get the paper out each week imini e.Mrcine fuses nituutu ) uuoneo boys, and eased into the mouth ot actual factory cost. Youvb $10 to $23 mlddlcSeu&n. t,bovu rinco tho first of January after wo to take its course. the beneficiary. The evil effect otr Washington, .Sept. 9. President enmo to Clay City from Spout Spring the wntermclon in this ense was en- - Wilson Tuesday siirned n FOUND IN COAL INCORPORATED. YOU WILL RPfl!TntJICl!CIl.'.nTourlvnn.. ,..... from 'whence the paper enme also. tifely to its direction nnd the man- - tion calling nn the people of thfl Wo sincerely nsk His richest blesstier of its approach. United States to pray for peace in Paris. Ky., Sept. 7. A few weeks Yon may nil be stockholders in tll'e ings, which is only a Christ-lik- e A bull pup is 'n guard dog nnd n Kurope. ago a M'liotiK railrond accident oc nhove corporation share Its benefits,1 Wfl I JWutHTOllr Spirit, upon you, Dear Itcn'dcr, and out iirc.Dii.tlr tjirlcw ntiilug froui 83 to aWr ii Tho Prosidc"ut,'s proclamation sets nttural protector of mnn. But wc r. "" Tliwo we ckr curred nenr Fiiliuouth, 111 which 11 upon us, for truly can none of us nnd enjoy its dividents, by comply- recall the case of n man who was o Sunday, October 4, as n day young man nnmed Kenton, whoso prosper without His blessings or in ing with the following requirements': nearly killed when n mnn who wits of prayer. homo wns in Cynthiann. lost his life, 1. Tnvest each day in some reli- oria FuncSure-Proo- f dulgence. engaged in n tight with him picked up President 'AVilson's proclamation and eighteen enrs loaded with coal i nblo newspaper like the Times. sample n a bull pup by the rear, was ns follows: SfilUifiaiinff Time A INTRODUOC, were derailed. One of young KenTO the Study advertisements runners, swung With this issue of The Times you J. ONLY flHBi it in tho nir nnd , "Jly the PrexIUs-n-t of tho United ton's feet could not bo will note that tho ownership of the : cnrefnlly and discuss them with other hronght it down upon found nt tho the bend of his J .Stntes nf America ;.. limn 'niul U ....o paper has changied, JMr. John H. ; menibors of your family. " " " iiwrinwii in somo- unuAni'Tiiii....... antagonist. Tho pup, we regret to "A Proclamation:' which was being de.ivered to ID- - I'lan your yenrly expendi-Time- s Durgher, who has publihhed The sny, Whs killed entirely, nnd the man "Whereas, grent nntions of the local dealers'. Tho discoverv .mi"'ircl UiomauU was re. ., rmgrvrmrjnrtnlLr. uai mMnil Unu Tt la.t year. since its inception nearly t,,res tor the necessnries, plensnres who usel it as a weapon JUllnln was pun world liuvo taken up arms against vny Bl iw uminiiihvr ucorco uavis, Ipm- i- very vaay recreations of this life with n Ished, not 'for killing the dog, twenty years ago, hnvfng retired jnnd ("tin d.nablo Dim . iiiiPd i."' but for one another, nnd wnr now draws mil who prepared the ' member for burial, a nxlal ciuallty of rubU-r- which niver from the editorial chair In order to ) s'riot regard for what your news- - injuring the mnn. lions of men into battle whom the. and sent it to n punctures without allowluir air to tiaa u. They Cynthiann If devote more time to his extensive PPr tells you. fl Whether anything is n weapon de counsel of statesmen bayo not been !,1i?LaJh?" L'lven by 0"1"W tiro, thoujuituro &uni f All ' MAI..IL.iLI.. .. Dividends: At the end of the year pends upon how it is farming intorests. ht voial lay of thin tucclall v used. We re nhlo to snva from the terrible sacri"rlr In 'Succeeding lilr. Durgher it h you will have received dividends cnll the case Df n pnir of blue eves 'tp'pravorit rlmeuttlnj. Tr7l fice: i Bucklen's Arnica Salve nui suuaai any tthr and benefits worth ninny, many times ensy to renlize that it will be nn easy "but that is another story." "And, wlusrens, in this ns in all ,EnikaV.S?,I'EMTIC.r)(l -.9 for Cuts. 'Burns. task to keep The Times up to the the amount of your investment. things, it iiaoiir privilege nnd duty riuijilr-Ya.BMr. K. S. Loner. Mnril.n V. V I 'S lS?ilKS.'S. ?'nil them btflctly amirosAiilpO. Membership: As long ns one con (thcwliy maklr.ir thu yrlcu 14.55 excellent standard that it bus al"'' I . to seek counsel nnd succor of AU writes; ('I hnve never llMll viun'n ti OHOCR ami :liton this allvertUiimint. Vim run no riskv.;la Wi Looking for It, Too. ways maintained, but that will be our Unties to be a faithful and conscien uuKi)uiiiM)ir loranr n'am ti, Vay, my'frlend'called the motor-ta- t mighty flodSjiumbling 'ourselves be bur n, wound or sore it would not w following the eanieM endenvor. To keep the paper tious ou look Hoar to as be drew up along-Bid- e fore Him, chnfessing our weakness henl wS i ,!.,. wLna vim. !F'rMiIUtlJu.?;;. A., f!nt f 1. b. . free from nil objectionable mntter, nhove requirements, his membership rUM.llror; ot the field, "I'm looking for a mm our vf llxliitkuru lucj; of nny wisdom ejpinl nidi shnll be unquestioned nnd he shnll decent road to take me Into S(ulggles-ville.- " so nun it can lie rend by any member 1 to those things; unlet iui liitriiu nil ll AVX&lV&f""'""iw.uitiiajr. oo not think oh fNVIMn .... al.utrcuuciorr k "I'm derned glad to bear It," , a irvB " "i "ii", viii", of the family, and to impartially enjoy, in increasing mensure, the "And, whereas, it is Jhe ospecinl wounds. Prevents lockjaw, 2.V nt replied (he farmer. "Ef ye. happen to dividends guaranteed to the faith give tho newts that will be of interest find It, stranger, uend me 'a teliygram, wiMi nnd longiiig of the people of tha yourlruggest. L, HEAD OYGLE ilOMPAHY, CHICAGO, Ail v. to 'our 'readers, is our Object, nnd we fill. will ye!" United Stnfes.rin prayer, in counsel, nsk for tho of our sub.. : nnd all frieudjiness to servo the PROSPERITY WAVE. Dciperato With. scribers in this.regard. Largttt Imeet ) 13 Inehet. cause of peace) Fine Dlitlpotlon. "Militant. suffragettes haveibeen.do. True Work la Dlvlno. The largest known nuect la a You will also note that the size of George W. Perkins is out in nn in The fine, distinction In the animal "TherefilrejSj, Woodrnw Wilson, etroylng pictures!' "I wish one would All true work la In all true'' of Dbastnld. or walklne aiinV the paper bus been innrensdd'from terview predicting nn unprecedented happen around our flat before I'm kingdom Is that tho biggest bog gets work, werp t but encrad; truo hand labor, 'founU'luTJorneo. 'Tbli.wtilch ig wins. President pfjtlie United Stale of (.tilled 'to climb a tepladdeaud tube "killed, wliila the humau artlclo gob 'live columns, eight inches long, to wnvo of 'prosperity In fjie United 1m, has a body'43 "incuTs 'long. tbero Is something ot dlvineueig. Ameritin .do&let.ignnto Sunday, Hieeuargti. ci'iuo mural decorations." "u uu uu loruver. ; Carlyle. tb standard seven columns, of States Wi day of October next, n'day of1 I e, . I , acid phosphate or the cheaper fonp of ground rock phosphale, which is Mower to act, but is more lasting. Wc freouentlv see natural bluegrass land foul with sheep Sorrel nnd wetds uid with the grass standing up on stilts-likshowing the, soil, is .spur. Lime would correct this, nlthouirb limstonc lies underneath. And then bluegrass loves phosphates. iThis XATI combination of lime. nnd phosphntes I In made the bluegrass region whnt is: our soils are now deficient in both ternally Utile and phosphates and thev must blood anil Bank, offer 'pne Hundred Dollars Re- nny cne of Catarrh thaf? CITY, KENTUCKY. CLAY, ward for .. ... if t .. I rn.-- j ,i,nnnl '"i.1 Merab "i R;re Bask Sytem of v. nre. me umiea otatei. ta F. .T. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. We, the undersigned, hnve known F. J. Cheney for the Inst 1.5 years, nnd believe him perfectly honorable in nil bus1 nnsactions nnd fln- nncinlly n nrry out nny obli- -. AND UN- I ux VJ.lJt.lJ IMU1TITS, 200,KM) gations m lis firm. AVe . one week only, wo will-offe- r you'tlie '" LrM4J? Frl GREATEST BARGAINS --I CHINA and GLASS WAREX One Week Only. '1 -. IN '' TREES! Mrs. J. v W. Williams. BSiiiEH i tarn S WANTED iM&ffllfli $ M 80 ....! IN tin tm mmm proo-hiiim- - S, half-grow- pair l" .ll. J . .m t. JB .TOEf WAl ," .!.!,. M'"'tt' fr ' i 4 uu nu J. ill ' I W - -- 1 T w- - " "raTHnm; WfTl mm . 1T" r I ,fH E CLAY CI iTTjji. "' ES . jr 6) PAGE THREE HI ttW LOCAL .ITEMS W. W.'TVllJon, tfnilfiMuRlitcr, Mitw Onrley May, and three smaller children,. o I'.incvjllc, are visiting oli; f riendu at Wnlteraville and (.'lay City". The Methodist Aid social will nicet lit tho IwAne of Mrs. Wnnn Wednes Sept. 10. A good attendday V. ance is desired. Sir. and Mrs. Hoone, of Millera-hnrj- r, are vNiting .Mr. nrtd Mrs. A. 1'. 1' 1 ome to uur store i.,. I , Mil U.V.iVHr.i , jjV BY PRES. WILSON .... 4 1 . ' Ah'il let us sliow you wlint n nice line of goods (JooiIb, Notion--, we carry. Our stock of Dry 1 I Orocericf, Harilwnro, Clothing, SIioob nfidctc. replete with 5h Washington, Sept. 8. President today reaffirmed ' his announcement of yesterday that ho would not take the stump in the coming enmpnign, believing he Might "to stay oh job" watching for the "tfnlookcMmr international situa-Th- e Wilson te Johnson. Variety, Style and Quality. THIS COMBINED WITII OUR rf 1 KB;. Sir post. President's Reply. "White Hoife, Sept. 4, 1014. "My Dear Mr. Doremus-- -I hnve read your letter of Sept. 1 with keen Make it to your inteirst to give us a good sharo of appreciation of its importance. It your trade. We strive to please our customers be- nppeals to me as the leader of the WINCHESTER, KY. MAIN STREET party now in power with peculiar cauwe we know satisf led customers nrcourjliestnpsntft. force and persuasiveness. "The elope of a very extraordi nt hand, nary session of Congress which has, I venture to say, been Yours to please, more fruitful in important legislation of permanent usefulness to the ist Adv. country thnji any sesion of Congress T ATTATCI ANT AAT Pr Xll within the'mcmnry of the active pubKENTUCKY CROPS. lic men of our gencrntion. When you want good Bread and Cakes, baked in a Kentucky. The crop situation in "We could go to the country with SANITARY SHOP and made of the best materials, try the n very sincere appeal in which there according to an inioriuuuon nui SANITARY BAKERY, of Winchester. The need he no prelcne or boast of any able, is decidedly promising. kind, but a plain statement of things wheat crop was the largest yield accomplished which ouaht to bo nlid I ever known and has now reached the A. V. Johnson visited his brother-in-las price of ? 1 peY bushel with the W. M. Rose, nt iParis, Sun- think would he entirely convincing. higher. of going At Peace With World. day and iMondny. ECl The corn crop has responded t" Mrs. Susan Wills, of frnwfords-ville- , "It is n record which shows us nt Ind., is visiting her sister, "Mrs. peace with all the world; the ques the general and soaking rains of the now slmw A. P. Johnson. tions whi)5h ldnjrtied business with past few weeks until it Clnudc Taylor, of Winchester, doubt and uncertainty and irrcspon a condition ahead of that of the yield spent Sunday with his business part- sible criticism have been thought year 101.1 and very close to a IT. G. Crabtree .near the city. equaling the average of the pnt ten ner fully settled and disposed of; the J. TI. Prater and W. T. Smith, of apparent nntngonism between Gov year. Its cash value will far exMt. Sterling, nnd Shermnn Weather-olernment nnd business elenred away ceed that of last year. .7, Tim Itnrlev tobacco eron will of Gallnpolis, Ohio, visited the nnd brou an end with the plain 11)11 and the family of John Smith, nt Vaugh's rcckonin, nplished; the path for probably equal that of Send us your name and address and we will send quality at present is reported a mill, for a few days. sure-fo- f justment clear ahead you twelve boxes of our WATERLESS WINDOW in fine conof the Best Schools in ertain to come by good. Dark tobaccos are oi IIs show an average yield. WASHER, which you will sell for twenty-fiv- e The Kentucky Conference of the means v approve and tip- - dition and in M. E. church Slmth, ndjourned nt Barley tobaccos are consumed Courses in Agriculture and Domestic Science. plaud to us per box, America, dark tobaccos are princiWiltnore .iMondoy. Bishop Kilgo, "MnreBnci'e is a program of pally used for export, but ns the and we will send you FREE lor your work a By paying part of their Expenses in Work, Students may get of adjournment, announced the apanother of us to which it ' pointments. John Tl. Deering is redark crop will not be ready for mar- Rodgers' Silver Spoons. Send no money, we Rates at the Dormitory as low as $1 50 per Week. is iuspiriMf look forward, a protained as iPresiding Elder of the Lex ket for several months there is every gram frcKiii debate, except as to Everyone needs Waterless Window Washer. ington district; Rev. W. P. Fryman, reason to expect shipping facilities you. by which to accomthe best the time the a former Clay City Pastor, has been and foreign demand by For Information Write to plish what all .ilesire. returned to the Irvine charge. immediately crop is cured. "The great questions d'asturage has responded to the ahead of us nre the building up of The Kentucky State Fair will be in recent rains nnd with stock water Winchester, 5y. our merchant mnrino with all that session at Louisville next week. R. abundant the stockmen are nlo in a menns in the development nlid that C. Terrell, Commissioner of Public happy frame of mind. diversification of our foreign comAltogether the crop situation in Roads, has nrranped a meeting of the merce nnd the systematic conservaKentucky Good Rondos Association, tion and economic use of our nation- Kentucky is most encouraging. which is to he held nt the State Fair al resources, subjects much talked Grounds in. the convention tent nt In Graftvllle. about, but little acted upon. '2 p. m. Wednesday, Sept. 18. Jim Brown lives In a, community Must Stay on Job. No Money noted for the corruption of Its It is hoped that every attendant laAdvaucv Ho drove Into town the other "Rut fti view of the unlooked-fo- r the Fair nt that time from Powell if SlltlHfllC said international situation our duty lias day with an old horso. "Hello," yours county will attend this rrieeting anil llou (.i o arhis friend Hill. "That horao ot aspect. looks il li t p il ,ret still a little more activity into taken on nn unexpected almost old enough to vote." Lo wen! Net patriotic man ought now to " them, for truly are we In need of Kvery drawled Jim. "Ho has voted F n c t it r y Everybody's 'stay on his job until the crisis is two or threo times." 1'ricoH real action upon the good roads pro13 a h i tht passed, and ought to stay where his Magazine. position. Terms A job can best he done. Snvi nij oi Merely a Surmise. We must do whatever is necces-sar- y to We nre pleased to note that "Your honor," said tho counsel, S 2 0 (I and .forego whatever is un- "this man's Insanity takes tbe form many of our Powell county farmer l'rom P A STARC every oue' wants to Direct Yho new law that lias j recently gone into effect ave preparing to sow small grain this necessary to keep us in active con- of a belief that rob hlra. Ho won't allow1 me, his fall. It is expected that wheat es- cert in order to relieve in every pos- counsel, to approach him." "Maybe the Undertaking business requires all UnderIN YOUR pecially, will be very high next year sible wny tho stress and strain put ho's not so crazy, after all)" murOWN HOME takers to huve license. It has been reported that country if tho European waV continues as upon our people during the continu-nnc- c mured tho court In a judicial Whisper. . u lxaui.nl sui I. i o 11 ..il, n y.ur ir Vo will sl'u .present extraordinary of the Ml il pla i the outlook now indicates. It is nn No c;i:-lil uivti, us. liome I'uwiM'l.t Undertakers will be cut out. .... ni.t fttut it 'he i tl. n 1.1 ami test thM iiutivi i.ir " u.i - li n Airmen's Dinner Cong. assured fnct that men ennot light conditions. u i.u have ecr IllKlllVt KIUJC. ttfl. .1 I. 111. iM.l 1ll ..il." Ul One of the strangest dlnnertgongs lit", t v, ..H ,.,, u ul. In that i' I'fit. st't'n for tlu i..n. in u I hold the inquired licenso and am fully prepared to "Mv job, I now know, can be done In the world hangs outside a mesa and raise wheat n't the same time, '1 .1 li '..J Willi yvu, li event, MaitU 1'ialiu n t' tr. hi b.Mi i. or llicre Is no tale. and as it seems that they 'are willing Vest only if I clevOto liiy whole tent at the army flying camp at furnish and supply the public with any kind of CaRket Easy Payments Save $150.00 or Moro to do the fighting, we will content thought nnd attention to it and think Netheravon, on Salisbury Plain. Engh Y 'ii a(tir 10 day t ii t Lilt tiinct t. m ir.tu "in f.ut.trv, aL they iray desire at reasonable prices. Also Embalming ourselves with raising the wheat to of nothing but the duties of the hour. land. It is an old cylinder of a Crome ut in the you vdtii uf $1. vt trial. oti .it 'in on tne low priu tlut ait aeroplane engine, strung betwc i. two v (fiur.ltltli' UM(l it t til to iMIll-t- ) uj t.v a pun. 'til lljtl CJst U. T am not at liberty nlid shall not be, teed them nnd let it go at thnt. 411' arrjlitfij t. ou i posts. When sharply struck ' ie cyl tun i. At your done on idiort notice by a Licensed Kmbaliner. tu a buttr puiiu fur the tiimio tlun ntiMiiju tn ami uiir tonvtuTluu wjahlble fo' t n'lirp tlcshire. kui oi art ui.nrtl uf so fnr-a-s I can now see, to turn nwny lnder gives out a clear, Kiundinj u tu t iy nr li 'in.., witbu pi i, Kvvcct taiuJ UurjLlc htgli grUi d service day or night. tillI'M . IIKilK Ultf ajjlj There hns beei n number of snles from these duties to undertake any noise, which calls the airmen to Starck dinner as effectively as an ornatOidln and rumors of sales of the Clay kind of political ennvass. Guaranico 2nd-HaPlayer-Piano- s Harness anil Saddle Work done at reasonable prices. ner gong. Bargains. City Tiaies for somo weeks past, but l.uiv SU ik I'uri.i 1. Siart-rijLr rijuoi art Expects Serious Work. n liiiamlv it luti Ii4' iriurjiit. til I'.r tin.it bvautt Agent for tho Continental Marhlu and Granite Co., Can-toit remained until hist Friday morn' .i ..i" uiiinlirr of vlulnlv Thl (ill u'uiU"'.tr. "i ui th- lMa.raiulI'iatiod ou tho tho In Her New Place. "I havo, therefore, reached .mil - tinl lui.tl pi.uit'S uf alt of il ui.r j y. in.m uurtttt. You will be de ing for any permanent deal to transtjktn in tv "How are you getting on at your taiibil uukci Ga. "Host Marble in the World." cxikTii lire, ami tint cnnclustioii Hint I cannot in any hslnl wuh tbe many ex elwiitt' (or ww Stan k I'l tiwi ol at) old rttobliO.tvl, of lhes elusive loartiri' pire. It seems that each time u pro- ordinary sense tako hn active part in new placo?" remarked a lady of a girt 'flu- fallow un VU,wr nJ woiittfiful ntntmwiU, rir00!0 pUno tioutf. sitittg an a few wmplc bargain. will Ik ilnuiX with tho 'Phono connections. spective buyer has looked nt the tho approaching campaign; that I whom b ho had recommended for a vr law pruH 50 Free Musio at which $110.00 uation. "Very well, thank you," Weber plant, somo one has jumped at the must remain hero to attend to the tluv lan bo sii'ureJ. 92.00 Lessons Steinway the girl. "I am glad to hear Piano Book Free Conclusion that the paper has been serious 00.03 Chickering To cury purliar of to fill the mouths it," satd tho lady. "Your employer Is work sure S. n 1. iUy for our new 95.00 Kimball Sutrk 1'uii".', v. gn.u friv u very nice person,, aud you cannot do. sold, and so reported it to the press, immediately Im'bi uf illv ill i.drjtcj pUuo iii.kIn Uv ii., in us months that too much for 195.00 Starck you a I'Ouk ftlink kn ,t kfn Klmol- - hi her." "I don't menm to 'i tlir Yours Respectfully, The retiring editor expresses his will carry Urge atii"iint ot tnforma lit) u. Tin c li 'li i " witktncm obligations no ma'am," was the Innocent reply. Stnl for our l.ittt tjupUu ti 'ii rrifni" tuii; p. inn. Ttil ran tat., in i'ir wn li"nt' It t sincere thanks mid appreciation to doubt of the iJRt tremendous sort. .i'uaI bai! l.agam Uh'k Mill intir. U anJ nta I v null. This ri piplraw you. Write today one ywr't tree the brethren of the press who hnve I know that you will fed similarly Cheerfulness. 13H I Sturck UWi., CHICAOn V. A. STAKCK PIANO CO.. so fnvorably commented on tho paper What, Indeed, does not that word about your own obligations; that, and its publisher, occasioned by sneh members of Congress, too, without oheerfuliHSB Imply. It means a con reported ales, and he regrets that distinction ns to party afhTintionR, tented spirit, It means a puro heart, It Lick, Windmill of Great Power. Elastic Concrete. means a kind and loving disposition, inAition of these comments cannot will feel that they must rouiaju p H means humility and cttarltyy It Elastic concrete ties of great A windmill, which Is said to be be pnblis'hed, but to hnve done so at do their W(irk of. necessary and. means a gunerous appreciation of oth- tluo largest of Its Kind In thu world, ttrong'li. holding nails and bolts betthe time they appeared would have Ibis lately been brought into use at ter than wood, aro cla'ineu as n new pressing eervico and bring- it to a- ers, and a modest opinion of self. ; 81' Thackeray. lUrllngen, Prlenland, for draining a German rail vay product. Tics ot Iron . necessitated a denial whioh, under successful eonclnsion. traot of low laud rcdoeined from the aud steel lime been used to some exthe circumstances,' would have been V "And certainly this is a time when sea by hlsh embankments, with an tent for many years, but aro much Reasons and Women. more or Jess embarrassing to the more rigid thau wood and otherwise , Ntw Id of Irleh Brogue. Evidently He Wouldn't. "When a woman can give a1 reason areaof 1,650 acres. Ainerica expects every man to do IjU ' i)CQrdui$. to some language etu. lose tatlsfaotqry, ant! the reinforced Mrs. "I read here where a South editor and damaging to the paper. thought of profit, or ad- -, fpr disliking a man, she hasift any. duty without concrete ties hitherto tried have dents Irlih brogue 1b the ancient way 'Sea Island wife isn't supposed to talk Good Rules for Life. If "her dislike comeu just because sbo America is lias no reason there's generally good vantage .to himself. The new con- ,of pronouncing English, preserved in luntll her husband speaks first." II r. Hint nut vnln imtntl. check ImnulBBu proved disappointing. , Lift's Measure. Ui purity by residents ot the Emerald - "And I'll bet some of those fool peater than any party. America ground tor It." Reginald Wrht quench appotlte, fciep reason under Its ore to Is made from a mixture ot 'The rue' measure of life is nof :, 'tile. . , uctiun ut.ia mm wuitui. do it." Uoston Qlobe. own cnntrnl. Slarcua AUrellUS. length buThonesty. John Hyly, fannot properly he served by any Kttuffman. man Who for a moment measures his ,ow rnces JTT) Waltersvifle; Ky. Otis Mize, of Quicksand, is spending a few days at the homo of his nrifle, J. 11. Eaton. Mrs. Carrie FiUdi, of Jackson, is here for a few days visit with her mother, Nr. J. JI. Eaton. "Mrs. Carries droves, hns returned from nn extended visit to her sister-in-laMrs. J. It. McDanell, nt Warsaw, and other relatives nt different places. Benjamin Scwell, former pnhlisher of Campton Courier, was in the city iMondny. James 'Fox, of Clark county, nnd son, liny, was here Monday to receive some cattle he had recently bought of P .1). Todd and Eliza Harnett. Mr. J. iM. Kennon, and Mrs. Ann French went to "Milford, Tlrocken county, Monday, to attend the funeral of then- - relative, Mrs. Martha Kdinon, who died there Sunday. Eld. T. 1 Edwards, of College Hill, supplied for Pastor J. T. Wills at the (Powell's Valley Baptist church Sunday. Urn. Wills is engaged in a protracted meeting nt Allensvillc, wlicre he is Pastor Tnr-pi- dlw.ite announcement of the' Prcsidcnuwis to the campaign' wnmade in giving to the public "a letter writtcn.by Representative Dorcmus, of Michigan, Chairman of the Democratic congressional committee, who hnd written asking if the President' would speak during the campaign. The President's reply in part fol- Interest against her advantage. Time for Great Things. "The fime hns .crtnlc' irr ' gre'at things. These nre days big with destiny for Jhc Unitcd States, as for the other nations of the world. A little wisdom, n little courage, a lit' devotion may, untie der dod, turn thnt destiny, this way or that. Great hearts, reat natures, will respond. Even little men will rejoice to be stimulated and guided Parties and set a heroic example. will faro, well enough without nurs ing if the men who mnke them up and the men who lend them forget themselves to serve as a cause and set a great people .forward on the path of liberty and peace. "Cordially and sincerely your', "WOODROW WILSON." f FALL OPENING q I ul j 03 03 V J x Our New Fall Stock is in, and we have a very complete stock of the Latest and Most Exclusie Styles in Ladies' and Mens' Footwear. a lows : t' Has Your Child Worms? A coated, fur red tongue strong breath; stomncu pains; circles under eyes; pale, sal low complexion; nervous, fretful: grinding of teeth; tossing in sleep: peculinr dreams any one of thee indicate child has worms. Get a box of Kickapoo Worm Killer at once. It kill-- , the worms the cause of ymir hild's condition. Is laxative and aids nature to expel the worms. Supplied in candy form. Easy for children to take. 2."io nt your drug- Most children do. Orders by mail Receive our prompt attention and we pay parcel J, L. McCord & Co. Sanitary iBakery g n. prns-pect- STANTON COLLEGE, Sanitary Bakery LEWIS RUPARDKy. Winchester, STANTON, KY. Term Opened Monday, Sept One 14. d, FREE for Women. cents returning Kentucky. he-fo- re IAiead the three dollars, set trust Co., laiP Rev. J.' C. Hanley, President, Stanton, Ky. Waterless Window Washer Mfg. Pianos poll-tic- To The Public "Ye-as,- sum 30 DAYS' FREE TRIAL ' i ' t t ; li.-- . n- -l .1 I 11. j t tlr .1 25-Ye- ar nd i U-- rfi-Ijllo- l H. mathbrlyJ Kentucky. bus-jbau- t hoo C i . . - Log - . PAGE FOUR DEATH BLOW T.H IS E CLAY 'Cl.T.Yf T "'if i. I M ES RAILROAD TIMt TABlES I A FABLE FORPARENTS j: IT WAS REAL TROUBLE Real Estate and Insurance. RAILROAD r . DEALT imt TAlL.E . Hardwick & (Vs Clearance Sale. All Summer Goods at Reduced Prices. the place to get Now is the time and here is 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. unusual bargains. Hardwick & Co., Stanton. WHEN IN NEED OF BUILDER'S HARDWARE, COOKING OR HEATING STOVES, GRATES, TILES, OR CABIN ET MANTLES. GO TO OR WRITE Gnililis & Benton CORNER MAIN & BROADWAY KENTUCKY WINCHESTER, "WE o DANIEL BOONE AXLE GREASE And don't have to grea$e but once a week. Male In Kentucky by CHAS. C. STOLL OIL CO. Lexington. Ky. Harris, our baker." "What?" gasped Mr. Bookman. "Yes, father; our baker. He is not and into tho house with his face a literary man, but he' has a good busi- straight In front of him r- - dignified Sam W. Powell Llnville Jackson ness." and cold and unbending as a ramrod. Office in Court House. "This is terrible!" 'exclaimed the Mrs. Youngmarry appeared to smile a Ph. D. "What madneso has seized little halt ashamed smile, and 'she got Winchester Kentucky you, my daughter?" ' right up and followed him Inside. "No madness, father; I am talking "And then while you were, working plain sense. Listen to'tno for a minin tho garden Mrs. Youngmarry called ute. You know that we have nevor little Jlmmlo Monson and sent him been overfed, though perhaps hurrying off to the drug store. I in- I will never marry a man connected with either education or literature. I have decided to marry Mr. Harris, and, If I want to read Plato "MORS THAN WtT" afterward, I shall be able to do so near a good warm stb re. "But, Lucretla, Socn ays" tV.XT I all' his "Bother Socrates, fa1 woman. tribe!" rejoined the agrant tn "He would ,be arrestee 5 old man these days. Fancy. stopping people lets, and tariff, asking their opl Mother blmetallsm, on tho marry says she Is wOllng 'unlimited the baker, for It down, tho throat qt a "saW"1 bread and caks for the wormi iman fara- cMcken detrox chlck'a life. A uy. awl iav!-ti drinking- water ( jw dropi In tlio Bookman . For. a mlnuteior tvi was silent. He was thin n ng. deeply, CURES and and along a line of thought that was PREVENTS GAPES nues. new to him. whit diarrhoea, roup, cholera "I am becoming interested In what and other chick dUeatei. you say, my dear," he finally Stops Neuralgia Kills Pain. One GOc Bottle of "But bread and cake are not Sloan's Liniment gives instant rethe only necessaries. Only this mornlief from Neuralgia or Sciatica. It ing your mother told me we are in :oc strnislit to the painful part need of coal again." Makes 12 Onllons of Medicine. , . l. ...I I L... the Nerve "Well, father, before next winter and Stop the Soothe hnllU'nl IU!i i.7dfclue ;. imud. Write (or treeiMBPh nnin. It i also good for Rheu- comes, Jennie (may marry young Hart, ui run... and Hooklcl on uueu matism, Soro throat, Chest Pains, the .coal merchant of South street; he ::nm remedy coupikt, uuaiui, u. has called on) her three times this ind Sprains. You don't need to rub week." "Dignified and Cold and Unbending." - it penetrates. Mr. J. R. Swinger, Father and daughter continued the Louisville, Ky., writes; "I suffered conversation for more than an hour quired of Jimmy what it was that Mrs. vith quite asevere neurnlgic hend- - that dull March afternoon. Mr. Book- Youngmarry asked him to get, and began to see things in a different Jimmy said he couldn't remember the 'ip for four months without any man light, and gav! his consent to Lucre-tla'- s name, but. that the bottle had a, skull Tll.anMtllin ftdfl Mil. n.l.VI. (?. Nturilgl, UicUacli. llndaeha and relief. T used Sloan's Liniment for marrlagei That bright young and crossbones on It. ill pilni. Your moarr back if It f all ta r. 1 lava anr achs la anr Dart of tha twdr tnl two or three nights nnd I haven't suf- woman urged her sisters to keep a "I think It's perfectly dreadful for njiaaa uunoif urn. ' fered with my head since." Get a sharp lookout (for business men, and a romance as sweet as that one to Fna aaapta aad drraltr atal aa young married of April was over end BOURBON REMEDY COUPANT. bottle today. Keep in the house nil before the month by marrying Fred folks, so. And such she led the vay LnHistsa. JCr-- . too!" ,342 East Main St.. the time for pains and nil hurts. 2."c, Harris. In Junto, Jennie married tho "Well, my dear," said Whlttlngham, "iOc and $1, nt your druggist. A'dv. coal merchant; (and Luclnda, the sec- "you see " "Now, there's no excuse for It at Mucklen's Arnica Salve for all sores. ond girl, becamt) the wife of George Ross, a neighboring butcher. Things all," went on Mrs. Whlttlngham emlooked brighter for the Bookman fam- phatically. "I'm sure they haven't Lesson From a Flower. ily. been married. a year, and here they I eaw a delicate flower had grown Indlscusslng'with his wife the great are .quarreling like, cats and dogs. To up two feet high between the horses' change in the (family's .affairs, tho think of their not kissing good-by- ! path and the wheel-track- . One Inch head of the house thus expressed him- I shouldn't be surprised if she took COUNTY COURT DAYS more to right or left bad sealed Us self: that poison she sent Jimmy Monson fate, or an Inch hlghor, and wet It "You see, my (dear, how much we' after! I'm all excited over it. I'm lived to flourish as much as It It had are Indebted to I Lucretla's practical waiting every minute to see the ama thousand acres of untrodden space mind. If my father bad insisted on bulance rush up to their door and Anderson, Luwrenceburg, 3d Alou around it, and never knew the danger me becoming a blacksmith, or a shoe- carry out her poor dead body! Men day. It incurred. It did not borrow trou- maker, he wpuld btave been wiser; and are such heartless things, and I think Hatb, Owingsville, 2d Monday. ble, and Invite an evil fate by appre- I, no doubt, wou!dnow be better off. that something ought to, bo done behending it Thoreau. Ilourbon, il'uris, 1st Monday. Think of the yeoiji I have spent in fore it's .too late. I thought maybo Itoyle, Danville, 3 Mondxy. trying to lead the youth of this town Mr. Youngmarry said something to Oldest Epigram. Tlreatbitt, Jackson, 4th Monday. d Parthenon, you about it on tho way home men arounfl the An epigram must pass through getting only small itees In return. But are apt to tell one another their trouClark, Winchester, 4tb .Mouduy. we are now connected with trade, and bles." jnany bands and get much polishing Hatlll, Irvine, ,'U Monday. before it Is a perfect Jewel. You may although I am no politician, I appre"Ho did," responded Whlttlngbam. Tayette, Lexington, 2d Monday, remomber bow Oscar Wilde sent (on ciate a free breakfait (able. "And you've let me worry all this flannrtl, Lancaster, 4tb Montfaj the stage) the man of the world "The ancients," he continued, warm- time! George, that's downright mean lib Mon Fleming, Memiugsburg, through the drawing room door with ing to, his subject, "stem to have d of you! I don't see why you couldn't 'ny. .he epigram. "There Is one thing I their hunger with dialogues, but tell me." Franklin, Frankfort, Jib Monila never could resist; that Is tempta-ion.- " such airy nutriment as that is not "I've been trying to tell you for Hut you may trace it from the suited either to this Grant, Williumstnwn. 2d Monday of the globe ten minutes. Youngmarry did not Jarden of Eden, where the masculine or to the present aifj? Henry, Newcastle, Jat Monday. kiss his wife this morning as you obilea for mercy was that the "woman "No, indeed," I iWd his wjfe. served and I know that he walks stiff JcBoumine, Niobnlusville, 3d Mon . .empcad me." "Only yesterday I btrjt'Bomo combs as a poker. That is because be has day. fiyra a Harvard graduate. .Ho spoko a largo pet boll on tho back of his Harrison, CyiilUinna, rlth Monday so nicely, but seemed thoroughly dis- neck, The poison that Jimmy Monson Something Wrong. Ittvtltv1 lie. '1' i Mwiilay. From the office window of the Eve- heartened. He said hft is not tall purchased was nothing but a little Lincoln, Stanford, 2d Monday. enough to Join the police, over age iodine I advised blm to paint it with. ning Holler, In the gay and brilliant 'Muiiiin. Klolimonil. Int Momluy. man for the army, and farNtoo bilious to And so your terrible tragedy is not metropolis, the staff funny Mason, Mnynville, tut Monday. scowled with vexation. "Ob, dear, enter the navy, I thinkA he said he going to be pulled off this evening!" Mercer, llarrodburg. 1st Moudax "Ob," breathed Mrs. Whlttlngham. what can the matter beT" he sighed. took four scholarships, Ibut he deMontgomery, Mt. Sterling, 3d Mon "I bad my grist set up In 17 different clared that If he failed, Uo sell tho "I'm sure that's too bad!" Chicago styles and sites of type today, and dozen combs be had with) him before Dally News. dny. ' pight, he would commk4sslclde." still It Isn't humorous." Nicholas. Carlisle, 2d Mpnday. j "Very Bad, my dear, re marked Mr. A Hopsful Parent nidlium. LuKraw.'. Hli Monday. Uookman. "Just listen this little, "Bo your boy la home from college ?" Owen, Owenton, 4tb Monday. South American Chinchilla. ' verse I wrote this aftersotsa: "Yes." Chinchilla, popular as a decoration I'enilloion, Fuluioiitb, 1st Monday t v "I presume you havo ambitious, plana tor smart gowns, comes from a little Kducatlon Is no guod v$Jl.J) J'owel), Stanton, lut Monday. South American animal of that name. To take the. place of daJhrifeol. for his future?" Pulaski, Somerset, 3d Monday. Half "Oh, yes. There are two big league It is a herbivorous rodent, much re- Ar a loaf and a level head without any be tt r than WarnJaaj, Monday. Seott .Oeorgetown, one in town and I sembling the rabbit, except that its broad I Jh.''Bookman, scouts to approach blmexpectany ot Qberby, Shelbyville, 2d Monday., them at ears aro short and Ha tail long, and Ita "Beautiful," said Mm. Woodford, VerHs'.IIeB, 4th Monda fur !i of a matchless softness. ? "and so trual" .Wayne, Monticllo, 4tli Monday. --"" ' iv Washington, September 8. The war special revenue bill lias sounded the denth knell pf Fetlernl prohibition, for n few years nt any rnte. The flovernmont cannot obtain taxes from liquor nml prohibit its use nt one and the same time. The Europenn war has supplied the liberargument, als with nn ami the passage of the additional revenue bill stops- - for the time being nil effective work in bchnlf of Federal prohibition. It happens thnt this situation accords with the views of the Democratic lenders of the House, who have of the advocated the submission prohibition amendment to Hobson the House on the theory thnt it would bo bndly defeated and given a quietus for some time to come. Bulwark. Well Set-U- p An ndditionnl tnx will be placed on beer, mid possibly on liquors. Hrcw-er- s nnd distillers, by paying nn additional tnx, will have set up a new bulwark against the destruction of their business. This result would bnve been avoided by a snlo of Panama bonds, one of the devices for the raising of ndditionnl .funds which has been suggested, but thnt device has bud the opposition of both the liberals nnd the railroads, the latter being influenced to oppose n sale of Panama bonds because of the effect it would have on a money market into which they must soon go for large sums of new enpitnl and the snle of now issi'."s of securities to replace others shortly to fall due. May Affect Politics. A realization of the effect of the ndditionnl revenue bill is expected to be converted to politicnl uses. Members of Congress are waiting to henr whether or not brewers will take kindly to the imposition of a new tax which will protect their business. If the, protection given the brew-'nt- r nnd distilling industries is sufficient inducement to the magnates o those industries to cnuse them to higher taxes ns to benefit rnther tlinn a burden, both Republican. nnd-- j Democratic candidates who want the wet vote will probably vote conspicu ously for the revenue mensures. Taxes on spirited nnd fermented 'iquors now produce, roughly, reveGovernment o the re-saone-four- By QEORQE E. STREETER. Thomas Bookman, Ph. D., was ona of thoso exceedingly clever men whit.1 find makd meet.' who otn As short .and stout. dand be- spect enas Drl- vatJTutor he a - JpaB " forced the Greeks and mans down old II o-- tne II were much more wet forU 1 dinner bUt lURU 1 classics. about Mr. Bookman 'was dingy and melancholy. The worlcf . in which be lived was surrounded by creditors, who merely knew htm as a debtor to bo continually carried forward In their books. His children looked upon htm as a man of mystery, woefully deficient In small change; while his wife realized that he possessed real ability and no Income to speak of; The only oasis in the Sahara of tho Bookman family was Lucretla, the eldest of the six daughters. She was an eminently practical gtrl. One day she said to her father: "I have long been thinking of our position, and it seems Jto me that unless something is done at onco wo shall starve. There are six of us girls, and not one earning "a' cent. I have had an offer of marriage from Fred Everything Wo Huy and Sell Farm nnd City By JESSE CROWN. 2 Lexington & Eastern Railway Com Property ,of all kinds. Wo hnvo,nome pany in Clark nnd adjoining Mrs. Whlttlngham squeezed lemon nico farms snle or rent. Write us Into her husband's second glass of counties for 'Westbound. Eustbound. Iced tea. "George," she began abrupt- what you want. Mo, A, ly, "I'm perfectly sure that those No. 1. We write all kinds of Insurance. Youngmarrys across tho street havo Dally. Daily., , TRACY AND STOKELY. bad a dreadful quarrel." Whlttlngham knew that he might Office, Main Street, Winchester, Ky. S:50 PiM. Lexington 7 :0s A.M. as well have it over with. "Now, Gene1H5'PjM.1 7:.i5A,M. Winchester vieve," he answered, "you're always :15 A.M L.&E. June.- - 1:30 Km. suspecting something. But what 1:00 fi.M. makes you think they have had a Clny .City ' 8:4Ti A.M misunderstanding?" 12 22 Pit. !) :27 A.M.' Cnuip. Junct. "You know how much they always il:lDA:M. Mhloiioy 10:18 A.M. seemed to think of ono another," sho Send your shoes by parcel post, ll:J0iA.M. jl6:20 Ai.M. Jackson said, "and how they always seomed and have them rcpnired in flic best 12:02 P.M. to be such ah " Hnddix v .0:48 A.M. "Blllers. and cooers." way. and with tho best material. 7:48 AiI. Hazard P.M. l':58 "Yes, that's It exactly. Well, this Send money with the shoe's. Prices: 5;47AiM. 4:04 P.M. Wbjttsburg morning after you had gone she camo sewed 90c, nnil- 5:00 A.M. fi:00 P.M.I McHoberts out on the porch as usual and got Men's Half Soles, ed 65c. Into tho swing, in a little while ho camo out, too, and be never onco Hoys' nnd Women's Hnlf Solei, sew Nd. J, which Is offered to kiss her good-by- , Daily. ed 75c. nniled 50c. Daily. something he never before failed to Men, 65c, Women 50b. so stiff and straight, Rubber heels, do. He seemed 8.5PA.M. Lexington and he simply marched right down Lenther heels, Men, 35; Women 25c. 1:45. P.M. the steps and away up the street with- Parcel post work receives prompt at8 :00 A.M. Winchester P.M. 2:37 ' out looking back once. I never saw tention. 2S.ViP.-M-L. & E. Juno. 7f37A.M. It happen before. Ho always kisses 7 :00 AM. CHAS. BALMUT Clay City 3:28 P.M. and ho always kissed her her good-bCninj). Juno." ;;io-A.M- . 4:t2P.M, Winchester, Ky. first thing when he reached home In 5:3olA.M. tho evening." 5:00p.M. Moloney "Why," said Whlttlngbam, "I came 4 :45 A.M. Jackson (1;00P.M: homo with him this evening and " POWELL & JACKSON 4:al'A.1. Quicksand 0:13 P.M "You needn't tell mo that you didn't notice anything amiss," interrupted Writers of all Kinds of Fire, Life, No. 5. Hoi 0. Mrs. Whlttlngham. "I know you Tornado, Lightning and Hall InsurDaily. didn't. Men never do. But what I We arc also agents for the I noticed only confirms what you call ance.. (1:30 A.M! Jackson 4 .5;4P.M. Illinois Surety Company and are premy suspicions. 5:45P,M. Ijaddir A.M. you left him at the steps you pared to do a general Bonding busiG:47 "After 3:28.:p.M. didn't look back. But I watched and ness. Hazard 8:48 A.M.! Mr. Youngmarry marched right up l:2fcl'.M. Whitesburg 10:43 A.M. POWELL & JACKSON -. y llulOA.M Mcltoberls J.; H. SHYlipqK,-:-. ,: C. C. to Q. P. 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