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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): October 14, 1915 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1915 cla1915101401_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.): October 14, 1915 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1915 $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. f , Burgher JE 0 THE ai IM M TIME S. " We arc Here to Help i 'i ' i i n ' M. P. O'MARA, Editor Cl'dlty ? r V vI the' Surrounding Country and Ourselves. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. j VOL. XX. rr CLAY OITY,KX, fffijRsB'AY . ;v, OCTOBER 14, J9I5. : : KO. STANTON. 39 "V r past two years and for some Dr. Williams years he the Ttie Mountains Passes Away Kentucky was prominent inAsso Valley Medical ciation, holding various offices in The followMig'rlicle was writ Dr. J. W. Williams, who has body. ten by SFrs.' W, 'oflSeale, princi been critically ill for several that The funeral was held Thursday pal of. jlto'Clay City echool : weeks past, died at his home morning, services being conduct "DtJ'Wftaftd TODAY are ours here early Wednesday morning. ed at the Christian church bv FUTURE a'n'd RESULTS belong Dr. Williams had been a sufferer Rev. D. H. Matherly, and at the fo'GOD" The'national ides' of with stomach trouble for a nuin grave by the Masons and Oddfel education is to Uiplift, and GOD ber of years, and in the hope of lows. As a mark of respect to is pointing us toStlie moutmns relief he underwent an operation Dr. Williams the city school was lot. us go up and .Jake posessinn at the Good Samaritan Hospital dismissed Wednesday and Thurs of the people them a few weeks ago. When it was day, and every business house in get an education! found that his condition was such town was closed Thursday dur Day by day tn3ii is pushing that there was no hope for his ing the funeral service. deeper and deepejbinto this rich recovery he was brought back storehouse for mu eriul things, home, and since then hnd been hund GOD where with unable to leave his bed. Good Results At has piled fo'r"Bi8Johi!dMii untold Dr. Wiliiam3 was GO years old, Revival Meeting. and still urfdiscQ.vred treasures and was born near Huntington, The revival meeting at the of tho forest in mines and quar- West Va., coming to Olay City Christian church is drawing tod ries, ircuu ana nowers. iire not at the time of the boom, some 30 years ago. He commenced the crowds and Brother Winkler's men R'td womenboys and girls the material practice of medicine here and sermons are very effective. there more valuable During the past week things for w hi tu are daily soon built up a successful several converscoming have been been striving? Sh not pay One year after and several applicants were more iutellect- Miss Fannie ions, attenti here he married baptized atthe river Sunday af- uul upbuil rthese our Kennon, who survives him. He ternoon. The meeting will con- mountain p re we fiudi is also survived by a brother, tinue for some duys yet, and Bro. the most in Example of Joseph, living at HuntiifgtOn. will hold one ot Stanton of Closed retarded Dr. Williams was prominent Winkler commencing November 8. restless in from -- t fraternal societies and at the Following in are tho. names of world, by i oed back- time of his death was Treasurer those baptized Sunay: Asa ih seven bone streti and also an of the Masonic order Fred Smithers, Bert Eaton, an occus- He Henry Withers, Mrs. Mable Rin-g- States, her officer in the .Oddfellows. ional road tlier than and Misses Thomas and Pat- - ,than was also chairman of the. Board unbridg- a'cree ?T Hr'- - , ed streams,' of Trustees of the town f.or the toll", Mated dis- )useqeiitl.v tricts, unso, 'to us, the deprived . i ; . Former Citizen Dies In Arizona. John Vaughn a former resident of this county, died at his home in Phoenix, Arizona, Monday. Mr. Vavughd was 78 years of age, and was born and raised on Hardwiok's creek, living here until about 1G years ago, when ne moved to Arizona. He and Mrs. Vaughn made a visit to relatives here last year, and appeared to be in splendid health foa u man of his ago. He is sister, Mrs. Sarah Shimfessel of Hardwick's creek, and a num ber of other relctives here. His wife, four sons, George, Vernon, Sam and and Joe, and one daughter, Lulu, also survive him, all living in Arizona. No particu lars had beed received of his death, beyond a telegram to Mr. Shimfessel, but it is supposed he died suddenly, as no word had been received of his illness. eur-on- e (By P. 0. Dcrthick.) The entertainment at the col- lege Friday night under the direction of Miss Julia Evans, whs thoroughly enjoyed by the largo crowd that attended. All the selections given were from Riley 4 poems. The singing by the quar-tett- e composed of George Herbert Jones, Ernest. Lyle and Prof. Richie was one of the best features of the program. Der-ickson, Rev. J. 0. Ilanley, Everett Randall and Dudley Caudill will attend the educational meeting at Frankfort this week. Prof. Hanlcy is on the program. Carl Welch has returned from his trip to Kansas and reports having had a fine iimc. The cemetery fund is still growing, there beim; about l'.H) in cash and pledges iu sight. Jus. Welch gave $3. Please send in your pledges as soon as possible. busi-nes- s. tli Nothing Doing Yet. According to latest word from the officers of the I'earsite company, it has not yet been settled whether or not the big company will locate here. Negotiations are still. under way and it is quite proba'ble'thrit'tH'tf matterwill be brought to a head within a few days. In the meantime, all we can do is hope that they will see the advantages that Olay Cit.y posesses over other places who are trying to get thm, and that they will remain here permanently. Bur-ghe- r, o, Charley Jackson, of Cincinnati this week to visit his mother. Buford Estes, of Hardwick's Creek, attended the Kentucky Sunday School Association con vention at Louisville. The Sunday School convention was home at Louisville was a epleudid one, 1 $ On i t ! j This Bank Invites New Acco unts the basis of efficient service and absolute security Interest on Time Deposits 3 Per Cent Clay City National Bank Clay City, Kentucky The Place to Buy Your Goods The place to buy your goods is where you get the best value for your money. Try- - This - Store - For - Value Henpy WALTERSV1LLE, Waldron KENTUCKY thickening U;ening of of though, the aiubitoi tes through leuruing. only son when Jam of Mary Q its, came to the throne, t in tries were luveriegn, each united under Parliineut, its retained its ow owu church, and its own laws The monarch was ruler over theue k ugdoms. In 1G07 James imported a number of Scotch Highlanders into Ulster l'ioviuce Ireland, to punish the Irish. Later he misused and persecuted these immigrants so they emigrated to America. Most of them came the Appalachian valleys to ward the southwest, others, in cluding English .and Geriuaus, entered Virginia and Carolinas. Tho Scotch held themselves to the highlands with its luxuriant beauty. This was a comfort to them in their longing for Scot- ind. Today purest Anglo. Sax on blood flows through the veins of the mountain people. There is nowhere to be found a finer type of loyal, sturdy, God fearing citizen. The State has struggled against manifold difficulties ih its effort to raise tho standard of exclenco. to the iu the schools. Owing lack of funds, the county districts have suffered most, especially the mountain regions. Many have beeu benefitted by the capitalists who have go no into the mountains and estnblised schools in their mining camps for the benefit of the children of their employees and have given the children of the district the Continued oij page 3 most essen gression, people lacki is of pro- Ki. These nearly every county being repre sented. One of the principal features of the program was tho playing of the piano by Alviu lloper, who delighted the audience. Next week we will comment on the address of Rev. .!. D. Darling, of Ohio. Mrs. Having It Charged. Mary Howard, wife of A Western Kentucky exchange Jim Howard, of Brush creek, las observad that aome of the died Tuesday, the funeral baiiiii citizens in town have quit pa held Wednesday at Powells tronizing tht mail order house during the present "hard times'', and are now buying their goods Gother Martin and George it home where they can be Derickson were dovn from Stancharged. The citizens can never ton Saturday and called at The get credit at the mail order house Tiuifs ollice. if they had spent a million there, r old child of A little ut tho good old home merchant puto it down op the books, and Gill Stevens died Monday night, ' and was buried Tuejday. very often it stays there. two-yea- STANTON, ' KY. 1 Students Admitted at Any Time One of the Best Schools in Kentucky. Courses in Agriculture and Domestic Science. Review Classes in the Common Branches will be Condudcd throughout the Term. By paying part of their Expenses in Wotk, Students may get Kates at the Dormitory as low as $1 5o per Week. For Information Write to Rev. J. C. Hanley, President, Stanton, Ky. THE TIMES. Mrs. Joseph Says 'Excellent' M. ed Her Rh mm itlsm aaJ Allied Must On. Palus-'The- y The congestion of the blood its flow caunes pain. Sloans Lini ment penetrates to the congestion and starts the blood to flow freely. The body's warmth is renewed, Hie pain is gone. rite man or woman who has rheumatism, neti raliu or other nam and fails to keep Sloans Liuinient in theft home is l.'ke a drowning man re fusing a rope." Why seller. Get a bottle of Sloans. Son"1 pud fOc 1.(KJ Dottle Holds six times as A Democratic Newspaper Exhibit Car of the Kentucky Tuberculosis Commission Eighteen Years Old The Best Weekly In Louisville Woman Asserts Tanlac Benefit- this Section. M. P. O'Mara Entered ns second-clas- s ter at the Post Office ICy., Editor mail matat Clay City, under the Act of Congress of March 3. 1879. A HOMU-MAD- E PAPER. OCT. 14. IPlo THURSDAY, saved hours of pain. He was a man of few words, one who had his own bus iness and attended to and the citizens of both town and county will miss him. (Jluy Oity can in deed, ill all'ord to lose a citizen of, the culibre of Dr. Williams, and his place in the community will be hard to fill. s In the death of Dr. J. W. Olny City loses n valuable citizen nnd one that we could ill afford to part with. As a citizen always to he was the front in doiii" what he couh for the good of the town and en atraM hum V.IUVIM' for t j inifuinnnr the betterment (if the town and its citizens. For the past two years he has served as chairman of the Board of Trustee?, sacrificing much of his time to the Many good of the community. Clean Your Flues. times he attended meetings of the Board' when his health was Now the cold weather is ap such that it caused him great pmachtug, uud means of heating physical pain to leave home, but are being put in commission, uthe considered his dutv above his most care should be taken to prepersonal preferences, and his ac vent fires from destroying proptions as a member of the Board erty. were ail for what he considered Every year, millions of dollars the best interests of the town. worth of property is destroyed As a phyjician lie was known to by fire, and three fourths of almost every person in the coun these fires occur durinu the win- ty and his passing will be regret Most of them originate from ter. ted by inapy who, because of his a "defeciAe five." Flues should many skill, were Wil-liampublic-spirited, a Mrs. Louisville, Ky. Oct. Minnie Joseph, wife of Louis employee Joseph, the of Fontaine Ferry Park, is among the hundreds of Louisville who recently have indorsed much as "Zoo eiz Trtiilac. Mrs. Joseph said : ''I have sullered from nervotis debility several years. My sysC. L. RUSSELL, I hud tem was all rnn down. Painting, Paperlianglnjr, Decorating nervous headaches and was depressed in spirits. Satisfaction Reasonable Prices "I used a number of preparations in the hope'of bettering my Quarantted condition, but nothing seemed to accomplish the right results until I began taking Tanlne. Tan-luFor fine. Watch and Clock has proved a most excellent tonic in my case. It relieved me REPAIRING wonderfully. I am so much betor any work in my line, I will ter and I willingly recommend this medicine." be glad to haveyou call on me Tanlac, the premier preparaS. V. &RISON tion, can now be had in Chiy Uity at Eaton & McGuire's, ana Clay City, Kentucky in Stanton at Hardwick & (Jo's. well-know- n pe-p- le - J' gen-erall- v c Tuberculosis Commission equipped a railroad coach with nn exhibit tuberculoids and how to prevent the spread of the disease and hns sent It to many points In the state. By means of pictures, do' scrlptlons. toy houses and electric devices the whole story of the cause, cure and prevention of consumption Is told In graphic form for the passerby. In-little over a year OS.000 people have been reached In all sections of the state. Esjicclnl pains have been taken to reach teai'hers and school children so that through them to as many this message of good health may be cumuiuuii-atepeople, as possible. THK Administration Building and Infirmary, Ilazelwood -- , 1 '& Sanatorium, Louisville Jeffers COMPLETE TWi ItH LL Jl. 11 tn Lawi i& onaierm, jan. US mmmmmmu mam AW libraries. Self. easily pyDle. ELLIOTT fpVLsiinillt, Ky. V- - ,j 5 i, cleaned before winter weather couifs, and leaky pipes repaired. This will prevent sev- eral millions dollurs worth of property from being destryed by be wall SHAKR CUT building, with adjacent cottages. Is the only place in Kentucky fpr ret option of any case of tuberculosis except for the Jefferson county institution, Waverly Hills Sanatorium and the little Jackson Hill Sanatorium at raducah. White patients In all stages of the disease may here receive the essentials of treatment namely, medical supervision, fresh air, rest iui correct diet. The rates are $12.50 per week. Any person Interested lit obtaining treatment here should address Dr. Oscar O. llllier, Resident Physician, Ilazelwood Sanatorium, Ilural Free Delivery No. 2. Louisville, Ky. The head nurse Is Miss Catherine Hooe of Louisville. Prominent physicians from alt sections of the state comprise the medical advisory board, of which Dr. Ap Morgan Vance Is chairman. F. A. Sampson la superintendent. if . TOlKoRK THIS vV-- fire. Get Rid of Those Poisons in Your We, tho undersigned, liavo known F. TRACY J, Cheney for the last lftjears, and believe lilm perfectly honorable In all business transactions and financially Real Estate and Insurance, able to carry out any obligations made We Jxy and SU Farm and City by his firm. Property of nil kind?. Wo bovo some National Bunk of Commerce, nice farms in Clark and adjoining Toledo, 0. Hull's Catarrh Curo is taken intern counties for sale or. rent. Write us ally, acting directly upon the blood Original Home of Potato. . what you want. Chile claims that the Island of and mucous surfaces of thu system. We write all kinds ef Insurance. Testimonials sens free. Price 75 cents Cbiloe, oft Its west coast, is the original homo of the potato, having been per bottle. Sold by all druggists. TRACY AND STOKE LY. cultivated there since early In the fifTake Hall's Family fills for constN teenth century. Office, Main Street, Winchester, Ky, patio u. members of tho Boavd to be responsible for schools in their dis trict, and examinations made ut regular intervals. In this way the health of the children would be safeguarded, and the chances of infection lessened. the county are visited u little able to pass the required examination, more frequently and t lie children can practice as well as the native examined for these and other born. troubles. No doubt the recent HOW'S THIS? outbreak of diphtheria could have been checked much sooner We offer One Hundred dol had all the school children in the lurs reward for any case of cat county been exatniued regularly. ami that cannot he cured by A good plan would to divide the Hall's Catarrh Cure. county into sections, allowing the F. J, Cheney & Co., Toledo, 0. The result of the examination of the school children by members of theCouty Board of Health shows how badly such an examination was needed. We are reliably informed that several wees of trachoma, one of the most cotagious of eye troubles, were drscovered, and ulso some cases of itch and some throat troubles. The children found oc. affected were sent home for treatment. Wo are of the opinion that the Board should go a step Foreign Doctors. farther and prescribe the necesOne does not need to be a citizen of sary treatment for the children, the United States In order to be per mitted and also see that the schools of country. to practice medicine In this person, it The forclgn-born System You will find Dr. King's New Life Pills a most satisfactory laxa tive in releasing the poisons from your system. Accumulated wastu and poisons cause manifold ail ments unless released. Dizziness, spots before the eyes, blackness and a miserable feeling generally ari indications that yon need Dr Kiiiti'n New Life Pills. Take u dose tonight and you will exper ience gratiful relief by morning CLEANING I PRESSING. am ready to do your Clean Good work Pressing. guaranteed and charges reasonable. Orders left with J. Bloom will receive prompt attention. ing and JAMES WILLIAMS. i DRINIi Felt 8ho Had Kick Coming. "Are you the editor of the paper?" to collect some thin chips, pieces of asked the lady with tho drab" spats, shlnglo or tin and pour over them calling. "I am," replied the man enough molassea to cover them well; with the poised pencil. "Well. I called sprinkle dry lye over the chips and to ask you If you wouldn't get larger place them in every rat bole you type My name was In your paper can And The rats will soon move Are times last week and a neighbor., out of mine told me sho nover saw ,lfc'.:-- J ' rats is Try Thlt on Rata. A good way to get rid of "MORK THAN WET" 5 Jm 7MS Jm 7m Tm W W W 181 STRAWBERRY PLANTS It Always Helps Cardui, my back and head would hurt so bad, I thought the pain would kill me. I was hardly able to do any of my housework. After taking three bottles of Cardui, I began to feel like a new woman. I soon gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework, as well as run a big water mill. I wish every suffering woman would give Fruit and Shade Trees, and our offering of the remarkable Hamouth Pearl Seed Potato. Send for our free catalogue. No Agents H. F. Hillenmeyer & Sons. Lexington, Ky. says Mrs. Sylvanla Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., In writing of her experience with Cardui, the woman's tonic. She says further: "Before I began to use 4STOHLY CARDUI The Woman's Tonic ut Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness, tired, worn-ofeelings, etc., are sure signs of womanly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's tonic. You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing women for more than fifty years. a trial I stiil use Cardui when I feel a little bad, and it always does me good." BiJiLiiiaiiiiisi Get a Bottle Today! t4 t t t T : k - ' - I HARDW1CK & COMPANY v::4 Fa . and Wuter Goods up-to-da- - f We quality considered. chandise at have many bargains and every day is bargain day here, but at this time we will only call special attention to one lot of underwear. This lot consists of under Our Fall and Winter Goods are now in and we invite you, to call and see them and get our prices. We are especially anxious for you to callivho aphigh quality, honest merpreciate new, te low prices, wear for women, misses, men, boys and children, which we are in a position to sell at not over half the usual price and much of it we We are selling first grade Kencan sell at a lower rate than that. tucky flour at $3.20 per hundred or 80c for a 241b sack, roasted coffee at lie per lb, and granulated sugar at 6 cents per pound. Y t t T T f t T v t ? y T Y HardwK 1 & Co. KY. STAN' ' - t t T T T T f y T - V 1 ' li te -- ' t i f t V 3! ST. HELENS. Mrs. LOSE THEIR MENTAL .V S- A - ' V. y ft Colds Do Willingly care for men, women and chldren Because take precedence of plants and stubborn is no "privilege of coining to gcliool, animals? More especially the reason why In- be. In most camps they hava nine children, for so soon will they be stead of "wear wjtt out, get sure mouths school by joining their men and women, living in igno- reiifcf by taking" )r. Ktuus New interests with the county. rance unless wa lend a helping Discovery. Dangerous bronchial persons hand. There are thirty-ninand lung ailments often follow n to the square mile in the mounwe find among them some of cold whico has been neglected at tains, the population being Q, the brightest promises of the the beg:nuing. As your body 444,000. The density of the pop. future; their earnestness is a re- faithfully battles those cold germs lation is greater in the moun- proach to many fortunate youths. no bstter aid can be given than the tains than in any other part of Those who have had a chance use of this remedy. Its merit has the state. This will . ome as a for an education are making been tested by old anU youug. Get surprise to many. The home brighter and better homes, and a bottle today. 50o and $1 00 mission boards are working no. doing much good for the uplft of bly tor the people; they are society. sending Christian men and woSome Rats The church, tho home and men to teach in the schools and press are mighty powers for Mrs. Davidson, wife of our many profess faith in tod unde,r good, but these have theif limita- town marhal, T. C. Davidson, their helpful influence. tions, the one greater institution is some rat catcher. This weok In order that Burbank might in which all men will share alike she et a trap and baited it and continue his work in the plant are the schools. Here the foun- an actual count the next day d .life the Carnegie Institution dations are laid that will help showed the trap to contain 18 to the amount of $10,000 them stand the sjtorm and strain rats,' many of them half grown. yearly for ten years. This a. of life. The few schools that nights .mount would pay the tuition of have been established, few com- Who can beat this catch? Jackson Times. 1,000 boys und girls for one year. pared to the great needs, indiThe average annual tuition is cate unlimited benefits to be about $11 per month for each stu- derived. Transforming and revRawlelgh's Products dent. Every school in the moun- olutionary powers have gone far Mr. Frank Kennou has accent tains demands enlargement, and, towards diminishing crime sup- ed the agency for the famous pressing lawlessness and creating u account of the limited Jtawloigh Produots, und will dis the work is hindered. a desire for better conitiona in tribute them throughout Powell Many thousand are turned away the homo and community at county. Watch for his wagon. large. .each year. To accomodate the public & supThere s but one great ques- ply of these products, In one of the mountain consisting the teachers have each tion before the the world today of spices, extracts, medicines of vhdN$14 a mouth for their and that is how to make men and various kinds, liniments, stuck The women better and the only) an- remedies, etc., will be also on year. this services j work has had to bd built on just swer; EDUCATE THEM, silo in Pherign's barber shop. on the isucli sacrifices and no oiie It is not for us to reckon re. These goods are guaranteed farce feels like a martyr, or con suits of our work, for DUTY and and the public is invited to give aibers h'e has done anything out TODAY are ours, FUTU1UTY tnem u trial. (Satisfaction given "'StWe ordinary Should not oujr and rostiltCbelong to GOD. adv. 0r money refunded. Continued from page 1 POISE J. B. Craig and children, e sub-I'diee- tor-on- facili-cilitie- s, havo noticed in soldiers who have been in action. The hypnotic state Mrs. Jane Haines, of Lexing- lasts from two or three days to a week, und even longer. Then conton, is visiting relatives here. sciousness suddenly returns. Misses Ophelia Kiucaid and Tho victim is incapable of walking Nettie Ilobbs were shopping in unless pushed or led by the hand, but ulien placed on his feet stands erect Beattyville Saturday. and motionless, with tho head bent G. D. Ileironymns, our pro- forward and eyes half closed. Ho cannot be awakened, but is not In state gressive farmer, has had a silo of comn. In some instances a acondibuilt. tion of hallucinatory delirium appears when verbal inquiry is made Misses Kathleen McUuire and of the patient as to his experiences in Henrietta Snowden were Sunday tho battle. The hypnosis Is met with oftenestj guests of Chloe und Otie Rill, at in young men from the cities. Fatigue Malnney. and the lack of food Incident to long Miss Lottie Snowden enter- marches, or failure of the provision! trains to reach the men, are tained at dinner Friday. Her predisposing causes. Fear the chief due to guosts were Rev. E. II. Carletou, some very trying experience in battle and Mrs. Carleton, Mrs. G. D. or to being held under lire without orders to move Heirouymus and. Mrs. Tandy outbreak of the usually precipitate the tflsrcuo Heironymu8. A great number ot new mental and nervous diseases have been produced Mrs. G. II. U'arren and childby what Is known as "shell shock," ren have returned to their home that Is the effect ot the passage or in Flor'da after a month's visit bursting of a shell near a man without doing him visible physical Injury. here. Among the results of shell shock Mrs. Minnie Walton, of Boze-ma- noted havo been reduction ot vision, loss of hearing, toss of smell, loss of Mont., is visiting her taste, loss of memory and paralysis of here. various physical functions. n, pa-ren- ts & O. after spending the summer here, are preparing to move back to Surgeons with the French array their home in Ashland, where a peculiar mental condition Mr. Craig is employed on the C. called "hypnosis of battle," which they Surgeons With the French Army Have to Cope With Soldiers' "Hypnosis of Battle." col-'leg- Mrs. Sarah Thompson is very ill. and family R. C- Caudell in Clay City. spent tho week-enW, E. Jackson, of Quicksand, was hero over Sunday - d Old Papers for Sale at 4 j . if'l.j Timet Office. Polish Patriotic Memorial. Cracow was once the capital of tree Poland, with a cathedral equivalent to Westminster abbey, wherein sleep the generations of Polish kings and heroes. It possesses the most striking patriotic memorial In the world. This Is the Koscluskoberg, a mound 300 The feet high, erected to the memory ot Kosciusko, and formed ot earth from every battlefield ot Poland. D. H. MATHERLY Kentucky Clay City, MONUMENTS and MARKERS Estimates Cheerfully Given on Large or Small Stones. POWELL & JACKSON WHS Dr. Blair, of iMoreliead, is visiting his daughter, Mrs. A. T. Writers of all Kinds of Fire, Life, Wliitt, for n few days. Tornado, Lightning and Hail InsurDr. Shirley, of Winchester, ance.. We are also agents for the was here for tiie funeral of Dr. Illinois Surety Company and are pre- Williams. pared to do a general Bonding busiO. Shimfessel and T. ,h Kirk ness. made a business trip to Lexing ton Thursday, Mr. Shimfessel re POWELL & JACKSON Sam W. Powell Linville Jackson tnaining over to take in the Bar num and Bailey circus. Office in Court House. Winchester Kentucky m Mrs. II. H. Pherigo and chil' dren are spending a few days with her parents at Argyle. " Winchester, returned to her homo Tuesday, aftor n Visit of severnl days with Mrs. W. J. Mouutz and other relatives here. Mrs. Deo Bush of THE FRIEND OF THE WORKING MAN the title that has been given our store by scores of satisfied customers whom we havs materially aided in the fight against the high Let us help you. cost of living. is Ida Uentry and Mrs. Ben Reeves, of Richmond, returned home Wodnesdey after u visit with Miss Kate Daniels and other relatives here. Mrs. Mrs. M. That her father, few days, P. O'Mara is visitiug J. L. Hagins, and OUR MOTTO IS other relatives, at Jackson for a Low Prices and High Quality. a trial order, and will do our best to try and please you. We would appreciate THE WINCHESTER BANK, of Winchester, Ky. Capiial Stock $100,000 Surplus and Undivided Profits N $200,000 Holly Withcrspoon, President. V. R. Sphar Cashier. ACCOUNT SOLICITED. VOUR For flood Bartering Try A. P. Johnson In the old stand, next to the Red River Hotel. Shampooing and Scalp Treatment .MrsrB. O. Nolan, who has been relatives at M'aysville Dr. 0. B. Dickson, pf Ashland, for the past, few weeks, returned will be at the Bed River Hotel homo Trursday. Mr. and Mip. next Tuesday, Wednesday and Nolan will start housekeeping Thursday, and will be prepared shortly. to do all kinds of dental work. Irma Russell spent Sunday wrth her. a tint, Mrs. Shattuck, at Asa Mize, of Jackson, spent Nad a. Sunda.C witli relatives hero. Mr. Harry Russell was in Mize is a fireman on fhe L & N Tuesday on business. Wm Eaton, who was working at Typo for some time, has reMr. and Mrs. Clay Willians re turned to iiis home iiere. home at Bush turned to Branch TlinrKiorning. Mrs. Mr. J. C. Fitch, of- - Jacks.'iii, visitiug her who has been atteuding Federal Williams Wm John parents, Court at Frankfort, spent Sunday son for here with his family who are visDENTIST COMING visiting Farmers Union Supply Store S. G. Baker, Mgr. thL theHiveeks. Bnf MjBrs. hfHj Starck Pianos No Money inAdvnnco Satinfnc lion Guaranteed Lowen(Nei E a b i c is t Terms A iting Mrs. J. O'Rear. Mrs. C. A. Rticker has been showing FARMERS, SOW WHEAT his friends around town a beat grown in his garden, Carter Reynolds and Fletcher which weighs a little over four ponds' Barnett will thresh your wheat and Ose.ir Newell, who lias been the Clay City Roller Mill will grind confined to St. Joiph's Hospital your grain for toll. at Lexington with a severe case of typhoid fevee, for gt lie past Tuesday was Columbus day, month, is now iniprovieg He but nobody in town would have is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank known it if the bank had not Newell. been closed, with a carr5 in the window to explain the reason. Claud Carr. of Miami, Te, Mr. and Mrs. A T. Whitt and sent to his nnther, Mrs. Harvey Addison, jr., returned Sunday Carr, what is probaly the largest sweet potato ever seen in this from an automobile tour of the countv. The potato weighe 7i Bluegrass where they spent a few pounds and was grown by Mr. days enjoyitg the splendid pikes of Fayette and Clark counties. Oarr on his xexas farm.. over BroadheiiHl her home day. Monday, Rest, Ray, visiTnd whnKed Travlers aud son Sod- shortly housekeopij ShB unR Fact oty Prioos Saving SlOO OO mne will go P A. STARCK PRESIDENT ox S to-S- From F"nc tory Direct CamBJnz. 0 success. is and God is many are Waud sanctified. are as made to the Savior his serand the vants to prdlKold-rime- , devil HRg gospel. Come and spKd 6ome of your time at this meeting and you The cnBat FatKmothers jB the big tHueople We will shin you a heaiilirut Htnrrfc rinnn fnr n ii.v.1 In vah. home. No cash payment required. All vo nsk U th.it you will play upon, use and test this piano lor 30 days. If. at the end of that time, you do not find It the highest grade, sweetest toned nnd Ilnest liiano In eVerv wav. that vmi hav ever seen for the money, you are at perfect liberty to send tt back, and we will, In that event, pay the freight both ways. This Starck Piano must make good with you, or there Is no sale. 30 DAYS' FREE TRIAL .''.' ii 'soVjghtcrs Save $150.00 or Mora We shin direct to sou from our factory, at orlces that rave you upward of $150.00 tit thi coat of your piano. We guarantee to f.vrnlsta you a better piano for the money than you cui secure elsewhere. You are assured of receiving a satisfactory sweet toned durable high grade 25-Ys- ar Easy Payments Vou pay no cash down, but "alter 30 days of trial, you can begin payment on the low-e.easiest terms ever' suggested by a piano manufacturer. These terms are arranged to suit your convenience, and it is possible u to buy a piano for your home, wlthou inisilrg th? money. reJB LrBring sin-killin- g, piano. V. Larisou now has a complete line of glasses and can fit won't regret it. Meetiing all A marriage license was issued any eyes. Call and 6ee him if day Sunday with preaching at in Lexington Thursday to Cov your eyes need treatment. Prices 10,80, a. m., 8 p.m., and 7 p.m. Hatton and Miss Hattie Welch. from 50 cents to $0.00. Bring your dinner and stay all day. The preachers in charge of County School Reports Henry Weathers, brought to The the meeting . are' Sister Burke, Times office the other morning ar.d Bios Brandenburg and ReySi'hool On Attend-- 1 Teacher one of the largest gourds ever nolds, while the singing is condICoIl mine It was rsised on a ucted by Bro. and Sister Gouinn, Itoger Chapel 57 21 IraG. Profltt seen hero. by "Aunt" Alice It will bo a treat- for you to hear Little Il'div'ks 19 0 Myrtle Burgher vine grown Pompoy 81 18 It. T. Crowe Kincaid, and mesured 29J inches their singing and it will make 4$ WulterMilto 42 Guy Crowe in length. you hungry for God. Be sure and Lower Hdk Or OS 50 Dillurd Etc8 come. S. - Got A License Every Starck Piano guaranteed for 25 years. This guarantee lias back ot It our 35 years of piano experience, and the reputation of an responsible piano home. f uarantie1j 2nd Hand Bargains a Urge number of slightly useJ Vie bare constantly on hand 50 Frfla Husio Lassans To every purchaser of Starck Pianos, we give free music lessons, in one of the best known schools In Chicago. These lessons you can take in your own home, by mall. This represents one year's free Instruction. pianos of all and second-hanstandard make taken In exchange for new Starck Pianos The followand Player-Planoing are a few sample bargains : Weber Steinway Chlckering Kimball $110.00 92.00 00.03 Starck Player-Piano- s are the best and most beautiful Player Pianos on the market. You will be de--. lighted with the many exclusive features of these wonderful Instruments, and will be pleased with the very low prices at which iney can De secured. Send today for our new beautifully Illustrated plana book which give you a large amount ot Information regarding pianos. This book will interest and please you. Write today. PlayrPianos Aiaresr ... - Piano look Frea Starck 95.00 195.00 second hand bargain Hit. fir our latest coroplrlo P. A. STARCK PIANO CO., 1364 Starck lildg.. CHICAGCy Spencer Sladc 71 51 Hatton Crwk 6t Oongl'n S'd'tj Cane Creek Ohopclicftnut Jit. Canaan Cirays ltrimeh Hall Snow Creek JHnck Creek 30 38 68 47 45 09 33 27 K. 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