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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): October 21, 1915 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1915 cla1915102101_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 21, 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. Burgher J 0 I! JLL Jii M. P. O'MARA, yCvfc CLAY CITY TIMES. We are Here to Help Clay Cltyy tlie Stfrrowidlng Csuntry and Ourselves: PUBLISHED EVERY Eftw THURSDAY. VOL. XX. j To CLAY CITY. KX, THURSDAY OCTOBER 21, J9I5: 0. 40 Organize For David M. - ?ee. Moonlight School To Open Alonday. Mrs. aoaio win stvrt n class in the moonlight school Monday night, and those desiring to take advantage of this should notify her at once. The supplies were received some time ago, but the opening was postponed owing to the revival mee ing. All nduits who cannot read ami write or who want to improve their edu cation, are eligible to entorlthese classes, and there is uo charge whatever, the state furnishing the materials and the teachers giving their time. No children of school age will ba allowed in STANTON. (By P. 0. Derthick.) Among those who attended court at 31t. Sterling Monday were Koss Hall, Dr. Lemming, A. J. Martin, Fred It Blackburn and Geo. Derickson. Mrs. Helen Jackson arrived Monday for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Welch. Mrs. John Nappcr, of Cane Creek, died Friday and wasburifidSnturdny one was a sister or auss Kan Kelly- - barn for Ab Hall in 3rontgomery. Stanton was almost deserted Sunday as nearly everybody went to Clay City to attend the meetings. A wagon driven by Romulus Jackson was in a deep rut nnd all the occupants were thrown out. Mrs. D. U Clark was quite seriomly injured and is still confined to her bsd and suffering considerable pain. It ia thought sunn of her rib? are broken. Dr. I. Wi Johnson is attending the Medical Association meeting at Lexington this week. Miss Nancy Ewen and .Master Mi-io- n Atkinson visited in Windiest! r s6ame Protection. , A inpvemnfc Is on foot to eatabhah a fish and game protective with (be object ot having the laws protecting our game and Petitions fish better enforced. "have been .sent ont bv the State Uaroe and ish uommission, one t,)e pa8t 6eveu being" in the hands of Johnl years he has made his homo here Creed, county game warden, and with Mr. and Mrs. Vollmer, and the$ther in The Times office. his kindly nature made him a fa Such an organization is needed vorite with the entire neighborin this county, and it is hoped hood. Besides his daughter, Mrs. that enough citizens 'will sign the E. 0. Vollmer, and two grandpetition to ensure that Powell daughters, Mrs. Joseph Muuntz county will not be over looked in and Helen Vollmer, lie is the distribution of fish nnd game survived by eight other childIt is expected that large num- ren, all of whem are living in bers of pheasants and quail will Indiana. The funeral took place be seni.our, and preference will, of course, be given to those' coun- Monday morning, services being ties where assurance is given that held at the house by Jlev. L. F In n Mann, The burial was at the they will be protected. few years it will be possible to Eaton grayeydrd. have good hunting and fishing inUhe'couuty provided that the Goes To Florida, game andfjgh are protected. in Let everyone interestad Mr, anrt Mrs F.G. Conlce left fishing or hunting sign these and become a member Wednesday morning for Arcadia, petitions of the ossociation. There are no Fin., where they will make their dues and no membership charges future home. We regret to see; whatever, the obligation being merely o protect the game and these poeple leave Clay City, but 'fish ih Jha efriinty Uad npJroW the laws. will be back.ere Ion::. I ei-th- er D.ivid Jr. Reed, who lias been ' jm Da830(1 awuv for t.m Sundfty morning at the n0Ine of his. daughter, Mrs K. 0. Vnlmer. Mr. Reed was 82 years of age, and was a native of Indiana, having lived at Lawroncebngr until tliA rionflt tf li!s wifn anmn of the familydresent wer Nettie and HugKrVuVh.Hlr. HflQMrs:, Morgan Mrs. Carrie Knox, o( South Fprk, died Saturday and was buried Sunday. A very sad death took place, on. Hat cher'a Creek last week when little Lucille Barnes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Butler Barnea, was taken down very suddenly nnd died within a rcw mlnufg. She had eaten her break' the classes. fast and was out gathering chestnuts when selzcll with severe pains in her head, and died before she could be caj-rlFamily Reunion. to the house. 'Lucille was a very sweet littlo girl, beloved by her parThe family; of A. P. Bush ent's and a host of friends. Ifis hard held a reunioif Wednesday, Oct. to give up ours little ones, but it is a tie that dra"-- our thoughts heaven18, and out of It family of ten ward and .makes' heaven seem nearer children, ten'gnindoh.ldren, four and dearer to us because of the loved sonB'in-law- , and thrpe daughters one. who has gone before Since Lu all were presant except' cille was .taken away Her father has tho youngest thid, (ioeuel. The confessed his Lord t a meeting held by Key. Alonzo "WlUqughby at the N. gathering wa6 held at home, of Bcndchoolhouse- Qtherj who cpn- George' Bush, hnd the members fessedVfire WilHaniBarnes, Herbert cd in-laur, this week. McKiijflltea'noMrs.' Mrv and Mrs. Edd Bush aud baby Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Busli and family and Mr. and Mrs. Willie X t t This Bank Invites New Accounts On the basis of efficient service aud absolute security Todd. The following guests were Mother Burke, also present: and Sister Bro. IteynoldVBro. Goufnn, M8. Mary Belle Petitt and children, Miss Hisle, Joe Clarke, Annie Kennon, Lucy Wells, Kuth Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Davis, and Thos. McKinncy. Big Company Starts Work. 3 Per Cent Interest on Time Deposits Clay City National Bank Clay City, tttttttTTTT -.. Kentucky .nAtxxj.i.J,lxalm.tAAAA.',i4,lAM.li .... The deal between the Pearsite Company and the Day Lumber and coal Co., which has been ponding fur some time, has been finally closed, and the Pearsite company started worn uesuay preparing their ground for the erection of buildings. It is not kuowu-yet- , ho.w many meu the new concert) will employ, but it will be iu- the neighborhood of of 100 at the start, aud officials say that they expect to run their plant day and night, as soon as they can commence operations. Preperutinus are also being made to start the planing mill of tlib Day company, aud work will likely start there, within a few days." Miss Alice Creed and her mother have returned from Lexington, whero they have been keeping house for Mrs. Creed's daughter, while she and lu-- r htibbnnd went to the Panama Exposition at San Francisco. R. J. Stone left Tuesday to do some work for Dr. Driver, near Gordentown. Bob has Just painted the house of the writer and many remarks are heard on the splendid Job lie did. Mrs. Wm. Stephens and baby left Friday to visit in Mt. Sterling for a few days. K II. Fullpr took his little son, Tin mas C, to Lexington to see the circii", and the boy had the time of his life. Mr. and Mrs. R. JEwen, of Jackson, arrived Friday for a visit with James Ewen and family. Mrs. Nell Eweiv ,MagRfe 'l'owi Johnson. Lizzie-Arthson are also visiting her parents this week- 1.1 . T ILt ri y w,r "as cnueu, 10 vin- - Jailer Martin bought a fine piano Ijk'tgiSW J'evr r3fMr lo fipn. Elbert Vliikler, who was conduutiugTi Miss Mina Tipton visited her little protracted meeting at Clay City. Itcv J.T. Adams tilled Richard's place at cousins ut Nada over Sunduy. Stanton Sunday night. Mrs. Lida Daniel? was in Lexington Rev. J. 0. Hanjey was taken down Monday, having her eyes treirwd by n suddenly with severe pains in his arms specialist. nnd shoulders. The trouble seemed to Miss Derickson has received several be it nervous one and he is somewhat new lock boxes for the post oflice. better now. The hots are working hard in the If anyone can bent A. J. Martin at gymnasium und will give an exhibition growing potatoes let them tako some of their prowess shortly. to Lylc's store for comparison with the Clifton Chaney left Monday for n big ones on display In tho window. As business trip to Breathitt. far as the writer can observe, Romulus Miss Emma Hutton and Crit Conglc-toJackson is champion pumpkin grower both of Hutton Creek, were marof the county and ho lias some mammoth ones. It would be a good idea to ried last Thursnay by Justice t'nudill. have an exhibit of Powell county's proChris Abner brought his little girl, ducts and sco who grows the best vegCharity, home from tho hospital lnxt etables, fruits and grains. week. It is still very doubtful if her Judge A. J. Kirk delivered a strong remaining eye can bit saved, owing t address at the court house Tuesday on tho treatment being delayed so long. behalf of the Republican ticket. e Her other eye was removed some timo was well received by tho crowd pres ago. ent and put up some strong urguments A very distressing accident uccured Among those who cahiu to town to hear at Burke's mill at Rosslyn lust Sat in-- him was Barnaul Skidmore. Charley Rice 'has been building 'a (Continued .on lust page) and-littl- ii imie-anpointmenp- fiJjlun-Txixfrjgfai- n, STANTON COLLEGEJ KY. STANTON, Students Admitted at Any Time The place to buy your goods is where, y.ou Card of Thanks We desire to express our thaiike am1 appreciation, to our friends and neighbors for the kindness. aud sympathy shown us during the illness anil death of our beloved .father and grand' father, who departed this life Oct,. 17, 1015. get the best value One of the Best Schools in Kentucky. Courses in Agriculture and Domestic Science. Review Classes in" for your money. the Common Branches will be Concluded throughout the Term. ' . Try-Th- is -- Store For- Value -- By paying part of their Expenses in Work, Students may get Rates at ''the Dormitory as low as $1 5o per Week. bieiagirMb Mr, May God's rich-e- b upon them- - For Information Write to s4 Henry WAXTERSVILLE, Wldron - ' Mr. 16, u. voiimer ami children, Rev. J. C. Hanley, President, Stanton, Ky, KENTUCKY It W, 'tiearta, superintendent of tto pMrsite Co,, made a busi-u- e trip to Qty, Monday, I v,. THE TIMES. Doubt Ends When A Democratic Newspaper She Tries Tanlac To Eighteen Years Old Mrs. Emma Hcnle Says Relief Was an Agree- 'The Best Weekly M. P. O'Mara In this Section. Editor able Sui prise Her & Co., Toledo, 0. We, the undersigned, have known F, TRACY & STOKELY J. Cheney for tho last 15'yeara, and be The Next Beat Thing to The Pine r; liovo him .perfectly honorable in all Forest for Colds Is Real' Estate and li;wrane. business transactions and financially Dr. BelU Pine Tar IIoi)ey which goes able to carry out any obligations made We Buy and Sell nd City to the very root of cold (roubles. It by his firm. Property of all klads, W!ekve soke ch'iir the throat and gives relief frun Nation?! Bank of Commerce, tiiat cliKed aud stuffed fooling Tho nice farms la Clark and adjoining Toledo,. O, pines liavo ever been tho friend of mnn Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Intern counties for sale or rent. Write us in driving nway colds. Moreover, the ally, acting directly upoir y qualities are peculiarly ef- and mucous surfaces of tho system) what you wast. fective lit lighting cliildrens cold. We write aH kinds ef lnsurtee. Testimonials sent free. Price 75 cents that n cold broken at the start per bottle. Sofa by all druggists. TRACY AND STOKELY. greatly removes tho possibility of com-- I Take IIhII'h Family Pills for const!- Ik--t tlons 23o. Office, Maht Street, .WfMtater, Ky. patlou. stute, that against me in Sorghum making is keeping this race is arrayed tho solid, acmail matEntered as second-clas- s ' the. farmers busy these days. Children Need Special Attention.. tive and vicious opposition of the ter at the Post Office at Clay City, special medical attention That Frank Spencer and family left should ho riven to children In the four liquor Interests. The distillers, K:itiirilnv fnr . Miclrllptnwn. Ohio.. Ky., under the Act of Congress of or Ave early years before school be-- the brewers, thdf rectifiers, the TVfw AVnRsnn rnnii linme ' . gins is asserted by Dr. David Forsyth, saloon keepers, and all March 3. 1879. of those Thursday,. A.. from Michigan published in a bulletin Just Issued by enSaged ,n tho .manufacture or M. Lowe was here Thursday me unuea uiaies nureau 01 eaucation. uic m iuiu.icuiinc linuors. ore PAPER. A HOME-MATVlpfni- Vnravtii f1a.ln.AB Ih'nt M.'illii.l . Johnson and little son, ' .. l -wiui ineir ""' iii. wont ..iL.il. '.. nnnnriim mwi Preston were in Lexington' a cou-i- r Inspection of elementary school chit Elbert, dren points to a widespread physical resources, to accomplish my 0. II.THURSDAY, OCT. 21, 1915 if. possible, atid to bring pie of days on business. deterioration during the first four or Dofin, the oil man from CowAve yeara of life, which leaves tho jibout the uomir.ation and elecAc-tmajority of children with serious tut tion of men 111 the hext adtniuis-tratio- Urqek. is here on business. preventablo defects. Honest labor never kills any cotnpanied by Charley Maple and und in the noxt General oue, but laziness senbs many a Assembly, who' will do their hid- - T. U. Cole he went to High Kock poor cuss to the potters field. .ding, place .the governmdnt of. and secured several oil leases Mrs. NincyLowe visited Mrs. ' your State under the domination C. L. RUSbELL, And speaking of laziness, why of the liquor trust, defeat all George W. Lyle Saturday and ddn't some of the revivalists try Painting, Paperhanglng, Decorating temperance measures, and re Sunday. to encourage their converts to peai, it tney can; our present Satisfaction Reasonable Pnccs work a little. Some of them county unit law. The liquor or BECKHAM DID KtGHT.. a that get couverted about twice Guaranteed gans and the liquor candidates can sin year, imagine .they profess to be reconciled to the Woodford Sun 'Jesus paid it all", and be ou county unit Haw, against which has been much newspapThere of debt. they have waged such a relent- - er discussion about Senator For fine Watch and Clock less war for many years, but they speech at tho Louisville If you have a quarrel with a REPAIRING are still against that law, aud if convention and the discourteous, neighbor, don't tell him to go to they should get control in' Ken- manner in which some- of the . or any work in my line, I will hell tell him to go to Europe, tucky they would repeal it, just hoodlums of the convention re. be glad to haveyou call on me as they did in Indiana only u few ceived it. An old adage says, "Money years ago. Senator Beckham did exactly says to us talks'', but all it ever S. V.MRISON The fight of the temperance right, in my opinion. His enemand Goodbye." is "Hello people is, therefore, not only to ies, having cut off the official Clay City, Kentucky secure the submisjion of a. con heads of his friends, wished to' This world is full of sinners ttilment3.: It is being sold now stitutional amendment for prohi- - drag Beckham at their chariot and the Deculiar thin": about it is iu (Jluy OitycatT Eittoril & Me "T"Tr'" bi t iouybu N Hs ilstftrfishlF rKS1,3 iu assort of triumphal ' that we ull think the other Gil ire's and 111 StanPon at. Hard- fellow js the bigger nue. Preserve what temperance laws procession, ;nud make him ap wick & Go's. ' we have already won. "'The' peo- - prove of the deed. Beckham, WHE1T- YOU! WANT pie should notvbe deceived by who, ven his enemies must why is it that amudholein the A SHAVE ORHAIE OUT STATEMENT Is one of the gamest fighters those plausible and insincere prostreet is in every body's way of the ownership, management, circuOR ANY iu the world, ''broke it oil' iu seen by everybody and cussed mises of the new converts to, the is lation, etc., of Tito Clay City Times, ' by everybody, and yet nobody Published weekly county unit plan, f or through them," and he did right. TONSORIAL.WORK at Clay City, Ky,, right. The hoodlums who tries to fill it up. such men the liquor interests of required by tho Act of August 24, 1911. CALL ON Editor, Managing" Editor, Business Kentucky are plauuiug to accom hissed him disgraced themselves The Democratic party in Ken Manager, Publisher, M. P.O'Mara. H. H. FHERtoo. plish the same victory in Ken- and honored him by .their ani-- ' lucky has never had a stronger Owner :M. P. O'Mura, H. V. Crab- Advertisement tucky ub they did in Iudiuua. mosity. tree, Cluy City, Ky. ticket in the field than it has at Known Bondholders, Mortgagees and They have never accepted the present. And never were the other security holders : None. couuty unit luw, and m every Inconsistent. CLEANING AND PRESSING. party's chances any better or M. P. O'Mara. On.o thing wo have noticed, 4s that couuty where it is tried they Sworn to and subscribed before me victory more sure than at prseut figlrt not only its adoption to the tho mtherfcwho likes .to talk to the I am ready to dolour Cleanneighbors about the unfolding of her We are going to win with such a this, the Eleventh day of October, 1015 last ditch, but they fight its en- child's soul doesn't attend to his nose ing and Pressing. Good work A. T. Whitt, Notary Public. majolty that it is doubtful if there My commission expires Junuary 23, forcement after it has been ad very well. Columbus (O.) Journal guaranteed and charges reasonwill ever be .any opposition to 1018. opted. able. Orders left with J. Bloom Kentucky Democracyju the fu That the majority of the liq Original Home of Potato. will receive prompt attention. ture. Chile claims that the Island of uor people are actively support If a man wants to getaquamt JAMES WILLIAMS. Its ing Mr. Stauley in this race is Chlloe, off of west coast, la tho origed with human nature, let him inal home the potato, having been Rawlelgh's Products edit n newspaper for u short now apparent to every one, and cultivated there since early in the century. well they may, for, bqth in Con- Mr. Frank Kennou has accept- time. Ho knows nothing of the DRINK ups aud dowus in life until he ed the agency for the famous llitwleigh Products, and will dis- ms served in this capacity. He tribute them throughout Powell le may have preached, conduct MORE THAN WT" county. Watch for his w.igon. ed a bank, sold goods, traded To accomodate the public a sup- lorsee, praqtied luw, sawed wood ply of these products, consisting or run a popcorn factory, but STRAWBERRY PLAINTS of spices, extracts, medicines of le needs u few months exper ience as an editor in chief of a various kinds, liniments, stock Fruit and Shade Tre, and remedies, etc., will be also on country newspaper to complete psr offering of the remark-us knowledge of tho excentric in Pherigo'8 barber shop. Awl For Tkree Suuurt Mrs. Via-- believe I would have died if I hadn't These goods are guaranteed ties of huiimau nature. exc. taken It. Potato. Send for 'our free ceat Was Usable te Attead t and the public is invited to give catalogue. After I began taking Cardut, I was No Agents tnem a (rial. Satisfaction given Ay el Her Hewewerk. greatly helped, and all three bottles reHOW'S THIS? or money refunded. lieved me entirely, adv. H. F. Hillenmeyer fc Sons. Wo offer One Hundred dol I fattened up, and grew so much Lexington, Ky. lurs reward for any case of cat Pleasant Hill, N. C.- -"I suffered or stronger la three months, 1 felt Flthlng. like an. A man who calls himself an Idiot arrh that cannot bo cured by three summers," writes Mrs. Walter other person altogether." wants others to question hia veracity. Hall's Catarrh Oure. Vincent, of this town, "and the third Emtha Heiile, . DE Louisville, Ky., Oct. 20. Mrs of 1540 Kentucky street, Louisville, declared re cently that she had little faith in Taulac when she began taking it, but that after a few doses she noted a remarkable change in her condition. "I had suffered for years with kidney troublo and rheumatism," she s.tid recently. "At times the pain was so bad I could hard ly stand it. I had no appetite and lost a great 'deal of sleep. My friends became alarmed about me. My nerves were in a dread ful ?hape and I had no strength. "I decided to try Tanlac because I had heard so many people say it had helped them, j am frank to saV I didn't expect it would do me much good, but in that was agreeably surprised. I had been taking it a very. short t,ime when my appetite cam 3 back. sleep as peacefully now as a baby, and have gained strength and weight. I really feel like a different person and I have Tanlac tojthauk for it." Tanlac, the premier preparation, is of proved value in kidney trouble, poor circulation, rheumatism, catarrh and kindred A Wonderful iAWtlseptlc ; :. A Ail vprt itnmonf grpss.and in Kentucky fighting Germs and infection .accravnte ait- Excerpts ,frf)m a' letter dated the Webb bill, th"e crjunty unit i .. .1 Wl.l f nn.1 Mt.tJ 1. .. . iiiviiio aim 1VM1IU uuajlll. OiUfl limb rnkfort, Kyi, Juiie 25, 1915, bill, and eyery other temperance v Infection at onco. Kill.tho germs and get rid or the poisons. For this pur- - written ijy u. y. McChesney, measure. hp has. always proven pose n single application of Sloan's (who was contesting with" A. O. himself 0119 of the most subser-- . i.imment not only kills tho pain bnt Stanley for the DeninnrntiV nnm. viont and obedient advocates of destroys tho germs, Tills, neutralizes a' i 1 the wiusKy trusts Infection and .gives nature- - assistance, ' 'J? Mr. Ilqbert Warren, .Very sincerly yours, by overcoming congestion and gives a . (SiErted) II. V. McUhesnpy Sbmer8et,vKv., chance for the free andVnormal flow, of : v '- 1 the blood. Sloan's Liniment is an em My Dear Sir ; ergency doctor and should be kept It has. already become manKN0WLT0N constantly on hand, 26c. COc. The 1.00 ifest to every intelligent citizen sizo contains six times as much as the in the 1 .t.r I ;.,- : s - I "-.- "-- . de-fea- tj - v - ., n Beck-ham- 's - - -- ud-mi- t, Ex-actl- y th COULD SCARCELY WALKABOUT 1 F. J, Cheney Tm the-bloo- pine-hone- and last time, was my worst. I had dreadful nervous headaches and pieetratiofl, and was scarcely able to walk about. Could not do any of my housework. I also had dreadful pains In my back aad sides and when oae ef those weak, spstis would come on me, 1 tMcbif weuM have te give p aad lie dewR, wttH K were off. I was certainly hi a dreadful state of health, when, I finally decided to try Cafdui. the woaaa's tonic, and I firmly CarduIIs purely vegetable and gentle-actin- g. Its ingredients have a mild, tonic effect, on the womanly coastitutloa. Cardui makes for Increased strength, Improves the. appetite, tones up the nervous system, ami helps to make pale, sallow cheeks, fresh and rosy. laraut nas Mipea mere than a million weak women, during the past 50 years. U, ww surely do for you, what it has ' dene tor Ifaem. Try Cardui leday. WriU to: OuIUiumm Melfl Co Ue' Ai. jtruetioiit on vuur ou m4 6t-- bwkT'Hoai L a t f &1- HARDWICK & CO. FALL AND WINTER GOODS Our Fall and Winter goods are now in and we invite you to call and see them and get our prices. We te up-to-da- t t T T t f t f t' are especially anxious for you to call who appreciate new, merchandise of high quality at low prices, and this combination should be interesting to" We want to call your special attention to the I all. A fact that we handle the following well known and pop-ular lines:--"Quee- n Quality" shoes for women, "Walk-Over- " t t t t t t I ? shoes for men, Hart, Schaffner & Marx clothing Matchless Brand clothing, Stetson and Astor Brand -T Mens' Mats, Arrow Brand sums ana uoiiars, nciorai Review Patterns and Bain Wagons. "High quality, low price' is our motto. It is our aim to keep as nearly as possible everything the people want, but if we haven't what you want we will get it for you. a n 1 1 "1 11 J 1 It will be to your interest to see what we have and get our prices when in the market for dry goods, noY tions, millinery, women's and men's furnishing goods, clothing, hats, shoes, underwear, hosiery, furni- Y ture, wall paper, mattings, carpets, linoleums, oil carpets, rugs, mattresses, beds and bed springs, cots, chairs, trunks, suit cases, hand bags, wood, coal and oil cooking stoves, harness, saddles, hardware, roofings, queensware, paints, oils, varnishes, window sash, doors, window lights, groceries, Raincoats, Sweato, Blankets, Comforts, etc. In fact, see us for anything you want ana give us a chance to prove that we can SAVE YOU MONEY. sewing-machines, t t t t t f t T t t Y J Y f t We are selling First Grade Kentucky Flour at $3:20 per 100 or 80c for 24 lb. sack, and granulated sugar at 6c a pound Y t Hardwck Webb-Kenyo- n Co Paper Goes Everywhere. STANTON, KENTUCKY First American Savings Dank. In Philadelphia was started America's first savings bank, and that Institution now has about 100,000 more depositors than any other bank In the United States. Valuable Trinity Church Property. The land at the head of Wall street, on which Trinity church and cemetery stand, comprises a plot 391 feet long by 227 feet broad, valued at Dally Thought. Do you know what fairy palaces you may build of beautiful thought, proof people. Think of his rushing NOT NEW EXPERIENCE back to Washington to get to (Elizabethtowli News) .speak against the To be hissed by hoodlums in n bill that has done so much good Democratic State Convent inn for this country to keep whiskey was no new sensation to Senator dry territory, lie said the Beckham . In lt)ll, during the out of bill was unconstitutional but no Mr. lamuua debute between court in the land has said such a Beckham aud Watterson on the thing. How he wished it would question of putting the county have been unconstitutinal ! How unit plank in the State platform, toughs can a conscientious temperance a gang of vote for a man like that? and thugs jeered and hooted the nnn Wo should not have any trouble speaker, who wns. championing in deciding whom to vote for in the, "dry" cause. Upou the ,ad. a crisis like this with men whose option of the plank for which platforms are clearly defined. Mr. Beckham made u successful Advertisement light' depended the hope of Democratic success in the election which followed. SLADE. hand-picked . at the family graveyard on Suth How Editors Get Rleh. Fork. Her husband, Eph Knox, A great many persons have died a few months ago wondered how editors all get rich so quickly and with such small " Advertisement' ' STANLEY AGAINST THE COUNTY UNIT. t (Central Methodist-Advocate- ) When we were working to rid count'es of this the twenty-odState last year of whisky through the county uuit law Stanley's was thrown, against up. During that hot campaign where djid he ever raise his voice for our side? Name the time and place. He had u chance to show that fie was for (he county unit law, but he is not really for" it. Take his whole political career if you pleate aud And where he You has ever, been on our side. records though can look up his in his own county nnd in Ken. tucky arid at Washington and yolPwtll have no trouble in see" iug Whiis beeii with the liquor d effort. One of them who has you can never tell where the grown rich has at lust told the county newspaper goes to, says secret of it. He outlines as fol an exchange. Some of them are lows; "For running a like the editor who wrote to a advertisement for one year we catalogue house for snmeadvetis-ing- . can get a gross of pills. "About one dozen firms are They replied they would be wanting to give us shares of gold glad to use his space, but would like to know what territory his mines for advertising. "For $40 worth of advertising paper covered, whereupon he and $'25 cash we can own a bicytold them: "This paper goes troni New York to Sanfrancisoo, cle. The wheels sell at just $12- from Canadato the Gulf, and it 'A fellow out West wants us keeps me working until 2 o'clock to run a lot of advertising for in the morning to keep it from him for nothing aud if it brings going to hell" Ex. results he may become a custoThe many friends of Rev. Jqe mer. Ad tins, of Levee, will be glad to 8hould Nsver Argue With Them. "For running $12 worth of know that his wife is improving, It a woman wants to. we ran get two tickets adalthough her conditon is still ser- tt'a none of the state's paint ber face business, deRev. D. H. Matherly, of clares a Cincinnati woman. And the mitting us to a circus in the ious Clay Ciuy, will preach here Sun- state will, probably drop the subj'.ct city paying our own fare on the day. Everybody should hear right there. Knoxville Sentinel. railroad. him. "Gun firm wauts us to ruu Mrs, Susan Eweti and J. a Bleating. l Colo received word that their Health Health second blessing that $10 worth of advertising aud la the brother. It. l Cole, of Rothwell, we mortals are capable of a blessing and then send $10 in exchange was sinking fast with tubercu- that money cannot buy, Iiaalc for a shot guu. Such u gun would Exchange retail at ubout $0-- " losis, arid that no hope was held Mrs, recoyery out for his Charley Garrison, of Wolfe couu-ty- , EstimatedOld Knee Joint to be from by scientists Suggestion. and her son. Willie, of 250,060 to 275,000 years old, the petrit Mrs. "The people In the Ind,, visited Mrs. fied knee Joint of a mammoth was ua. next apartment are having a lovely Long Beaeh, Cat., by worktime deciding on names for their new Mrs. earthed at t Lucy Ledfbrd last Week men tweaty-elghfeet below the sur- twins." Mr, t "Tell them I Carrie Knox died Saturday after face. The dteeovery has been pre- auggested Hugh and Cry." Judge. a long illness of consumption. sented to the ehamber' of commerce by Anton, Cberoeke, the Under. She is survived by her (at her, knee JelBt of the largest species of The aniWhat Should He Take for ItT Randall Hanks, two sisters, a mals that etr roamed 'the earth la Motorist skids across the street and "Pardon me, brother andtvvo small. chilJrgn. well preserved, despite Its great age. bits I another machine. autolntoxtca It measures 16 lashes In length and 13 but am suffering from ttou "Judge The funeral took place Sunday laebes'ln dlameteK six-inc- h against all adversity? Bright fancies, satisfied memories, noble histories, faithful sayings, treasure houses of precious and restful thoughts, which care cannot disturb nor pain make gloomy, nor poverty, take aw.ay from us; houses built without hands for our souls to live in. Ruskln County SchooL Reports School On I lo-ca- ls Attend-- 1 I Roll Itoger Chapel 57 Little H'dw'ks 10 31 Fompoy 48 Waltersvillo Lower Ildk Or 03 Spencer 71 Slade 64 Hatton Creek 51 anco 12 Teacher 0 .Myrtle Burgher 19 It. T. Crown S17 Ia G. Profltt Ete Guy Crowe 43 Dillnrd 18 Dudley Caudel I Law-rencevjll- e, Ayre-Shaf- Ayre-Shaf- Nora L West E. Kandell 15 II Bennlngfleid 47 21 James Chaney 45 32 Otis Powell 69 Lilly Knox 33 21 Sarah Biushear 27 18 C. L. Smith llovven 63 2U Ethel Baker Upper H'dk's 46 23 M. Hatton 23 West Bend 13 E. Brashear McOormluk 33 16 Mattie Hall North Fork 16 II Knot Ewen Clay City Col' 36 17 .Mary I.aino West Bend Col 32 17 Valeria Samuel j 27 Oongl'nS'd'g 20 E. Forkner 30 I.utle Billings 14 Cuue Greek Ghopehestnut Mt. Canaan Grays Branch Hall Snow Creek Black Creek 30 36 68 Meeting Closed At Christian Church. The must succsaful meeting in the history of the Christian church here, closed Tuesday night There were, in all, 07 additions to the church membership, 31 of whom were baptized. This is the fourth messing that. Bro. Wink ler has held here, and his splen did sermons were imorecia'ted bv nil. following are the names of those babptized; Henry Ham mnna. Jon Kin!-- . Millnrrt Harr. Willie Olemmons. B. Fhillins. Bertha Flinchum. Maccio Hall. Doven Hall, Roxie Hall, Bert ' STANTON. (Continued from First Pago) Jimmy Ferguson was canyiun a running oeit ana sus tained serious injuries. Both arms were broken, one in two placos and the other in three. One thumb wns also torn off. A special train conveyed the boy to Lexington where ho was placed ! the Qood Samaritan Hospital ao wa8 accompanied oy jus grauu tamer, James welch, with whom he has been staying while at- tending college, Dr. Johnson and N- - A. Hanson. His parents, who 1: j ,u i: : were cuueu, "v" uru wHii nun now. "u dy whf IOCAL Mr. T, G. White rtnd.son Bev- orly, are visiting Mrs. White's1 sister Mrs. J. L, Anderson, of Manchester, la. Read Hardwick & Company's advertisement in this issue, and then get some of their bargains. ineir new ran siock is an in now. Mr. and Mrs,.J., jEL" Matherly, spent Sunday li ere with their son t rr if.i-"i- .'. u. o. matueriy" John Holly, of Irvine, was here IPS THE FRIEND OF THE WORKING MAN the title that has been given otlr '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 I That n At the Sunday school coiiven iienry tjon i Louisville. Rev J. D Wednesday" on business. We would appreciate a trial order and wieners, ireu bmetners, Barney Darlns. in the course of his ad- Mr. and Mrs. James Corey, Thomas, Blain Flinchum, Nettie dress, said : "If you wont to be will do our best to try and please you. of L. & E. Juncriinn, attended Thomas, Olara Phillips, Fannie a 8Colar you will have to pay Tent meetingliera. Sunday. aiury atepy, units, the price. You will have to eet. omewiers, Orabtree, Frank Ringo, Finley down and dig. The student who W., Anderson, Mr. nnd.Mr8.-G.Farmers Union Supply Store Stokley, Ruth Shearer, L. R. Pat- - is willing to dig will come out of Mt. Sterliesr. wJio 'have been ton, Robert, Maxwell, Artie Mc on top. - The other fellow will visiting Mrs. Afiderdo's parentB, S. G. Baker, Mgr. Intosh, Carl Martin, JoeNewkuk stay at the bottom. Wilson, of Thomas Mr. and Mrs. E. Virgil Edison paid the price for all his tnis place, returned, home Sun James Flinchum, and Kirk. wonderful inventions, workiug day- - one time for forty eight hours Mr. F. B. Rhssell, of Louisville, Ry., was here Tuesday, visiting honor. shown by his brother doctwithout stopping for meals or Argyll e Gets was in town Moudav. ors here and elsewhere, the his brother, H. H. Pherigo. fl.finO pmci-i- . sleen. Ho miulp which he loved no well, Good Trimming. mentB on the arc light before he Mrs. Julia Mize, of Jackson, Logau Forkuar, of Stanton, made it work. You must be is visiting home folks here this called at this office a few days- our. teachers in the schools, and The Clay City ball team jour- - willing to pav the price if you week. Ji,,".ngonnd renewed his" subscription the beautiful words of consolation spoken by Brother D. H. Matneyed to Argylle last Saturday, would do the work that- God Among those who attended to She Times. herly And to each and every relaand put. the panic on the boys wants us to do and be the chris- the tent meetine h'ore Sunday Mrs. Sylvia Russell, of St. Hel- - tive and friend, 1 extend my heatt dowu there to the ttiue of '14 0. tian that bo wants vou to be. were DeCotircy Hieronymus and ens, was here over Sunday. my heartfelt thanks. Ray White pitching for Clay Christianity, is not a failure but family, of St. Hellens, A. M Mrs Fannie W. Willams. B. Hall of Lexington, was J. City, easily held the Argylle it. is because so manv are nut will- Lowe, of Rosslyn, Mr. und Mrs. last Friday.- here boys, and with Johnsesn behind ing to nay the price." If all the Gould Mr. and Mrs. the bat, they were in no danger church members in Stanton were StanleyHainline and wareariuougiaas, 01 iortn Lots For Sale. Knoxoriievee. and tho of being scored on. Only three willinc to du'v the" Dries there fnltnivinn. Sr., . ttllUQietOn, 18 VlSUlDg Her UllCie 1 have for sale 22 building lots men reached second base, and would be a transformation tn this James Blackburn, Mrs.Thompson w M- - iU0Ulz' anQ Iam,,-V- ' in best- residential section5 of none got as far as third. White town. Bnt so few are willing to Mr, and Mrs. J.ivD. Atkiuson W. G. 'Wid McCoy, ofr Sardis, Olay City. Would prefer to sell stnek out 15 of the Argylle boys, pay the price. If you ever gat. to aad family, Mrssi.Hjittie. Hard- - Miss.,. n, .formerly livedhere, in a block: heayen you will have to pay the wick MikaTnn!eflarlr,Mi8S' was in - fown a few days this t Property Sold. Apply-tF. P. Newell. price, and that must be a' life of Margaret Lyje, "JJadily" Clarke, week, renewing-idacquaint W. W. Wilson sold his proper service, a splendid life, a clean ances: Mr. McCoy was formerly ty in Waltersville to J. H. Sine- - life, a consecrated life separated and James Welcli.y There were also 'many other a saw filer here, but is now run- titers, the purchase price beinj from the world and a Chriat-lik- e Stanton people here; ning a stationary engine at Sar- $50.). life. Look at some of the church ' irank Kennnii sold his house members of our town and see i Mrs. John' Dericlcon and chiL and lot in town to J. T. Wright, it is a christ-lik"Mr. and Mrs. Emmet Berry life. If not. it bren, of Jackson, who have been The "Widowera'Club," which the price not being made public i8 a stumblinz block. visiting Mrs. "Cad" 'D.erickson nrt fami,yi of Louisville, spent a has had a session for the past What John Potts also sold a few days power they could be if they were for a few days, left Monday for Kw aya here with H. II. Pherigo week or so has adjourned indefi ag, ins nouse in luccuanicsvuie willing to pay the price, what a Stanton, where she will visit Mrs. ""d family. nitely, tho 'better to John Scott. power the two churches would be Florence Oldham foi a few bays of the members having nearly Tho ho8head department at nil returned home. Some of the :n Services will be held at the in Stanton if the members were before returning home. 0. UUIlCItU-VJiI Clli IIIIll IB IIUV MID XJl .ai...a h Methodist church Saturday night willing to pay trie price. Heav rUuning full time, and they have charter members .of tho club are J. Ii. Pherigo, of Lexington, Ml G. White, B. O. Nolan, H. H. and Sunday by Bros. McClure en win oe wortn tne price you scale inspector for the A. G. & S. sufficient orders ahead to keap Pheriso, L. P. Keith and M. P. and Mitchel. All are invtied to pay but you must pay God'a them going for some time. price, bo raauy have their own O'Mara and their wives 'were attend. Every Home Needs FakMul Cough D. H. Matherly preached Sun price to religion but God has sure wi8e not to leave- that bundh sad Cetd Remedy. day at Williamsburg, iu n price fotyou to pay and you will When seasons change running together for too long a D. H. MATHERLY and colds ap county, where he filled time,.especially with two have to pay his price before you pearwhen you first revivals detect a cold after day City, Kentucky can get into heaven. It will lake sitting next to one who has sneezed, the appointment of Rev, E. Win ;oing on in town, and all kindp kler. MONUMENTS and MARKERS n,ore thttn beine chnrch mem then it is that a tried and, tested rem of pretty girls from Stanton run edy should.be faithfully used. "I never ber. we have plenty of church W. W. Wilson, who some years ning loose in town. a wa Estimates Cheerfully Given on members in Stanton but not ... . "VT",nioe,0'uu''AKn.?w ap was a lumber grader for Ray White is sure some pitch-- , rv Large or Small Stones. a. t enough christians, when we have positively mat lorinyseu ana lanuiy, , UUl, VWIIIUttllV, Vlnmi N. T.m.... I. 0UIi:iy n W wuo now lives at JialKin. was or, and the way he held those-Ar- t more christians thou there will be cough remedy we ever used and we a change iu the town. So many have tried them all. tOc. and $1.00. THE WINCHSSTJ5& BANK, here a, few days last week. He is gylle boys down last Saturday people think now engaged in coal mining, ,but was a shame. He didn't even let because that of "Winchester, Ky. they are church members that he often. hankers to be back in them get a decent hit. With he Capital Stock $100,000 m V Olay Ciiy again. "Billy" was and Orate Jbhuson working to. Surplus and Undivided J..' nr. t - kl kept pretty busy shaking hands gether and the versatile "Red" ,vw life a life that wi II nsr to do Sons in the .infield, it is pretty the is with the boys, but. found time-t- o ."N. nolly Withcrspoon, President, things that God wants him to do. bhould be your daily newspaper- - come iu aud renew his subscip hard, to get anything past that ' bunch. W. H. Sphar Beeause. The Post is honest and not tion to The Times, wlifnli he ul Casaier. If vou are willinir to nav that cw wram rost is oh me smo YOUR ACCOUNT SOLICITED. Pr,ce there '8 plenty of opportu of Juetiee, always ready to flght when I J keeps paid up, They say that some of our town nuy nere iu btanton to do so. ItkBows.lt U right and' ho pewer on Mrs. C. W. Seale made a busi boys are wishing What a life yours could be if eartiMtrong enougii to swerve It from would keep a revival going (ness trjp to Kuuxvjlle, Teun., For Qood Uarberlag Try you would only go to work for here all the time, as such meet believes It U n Interesting, accurate God here ia Stanton. A. P. Johnson ings seem to.be a groat drawing 000 counts received a severe JSeidM aaflWL?' card for the fair sex '.from'-ottfeewS cut on hh In the old stand, next to the Red hand Wedheaday ' beuey m TWSA yei wm atwayc fed FARMERS,, SOW WHEAT . i,tr i. ,. ...t4 towns. Stanton, famoiu.'for. hejjr River Hotel. pretty girls, was well repraoat-e- d slipped and gashed Mm. a dfly Mwapei(viii Bditoriate, t, Shampooing and Scalp TrMtmont at the recent aaeetine, auil Market Keerti, iaWrt News, several of our boys pretty near Barnott wil Ikroali vow wfctat and SpeeHil Artic s by sfieewl writers, A Card of Thanks got reigioa,. Health and HalaeM Oeyesd Upon tti Cwjr"3jr Kmmc jWbM wilt thmI Hew- nevel every week, .Mt, Kvhm' Your Uvrr. of otim faae fer Women am a ilinR Aud Bffakiag of 8tan peo That slitRgUh liver with Its sliigfi!h yew fraia far tolL ged tkingd. Be eo?heed that The wyI take tk'w method ef (low of bile in wlmt BisUeg the world siaeere thanks to pur waay ple, i hey say the set of ehlnoraa rest ie. the newsiest and. moti eiUr look do dark nt times. Dr, King's New prieiDg newspaper In Hte.mMdle west inenw aau reatvea wuom. syni meuts.tlat A. T. Stewart is try,. Aet ,f QeodBeM lt- - 0vm Riwlrd by giving it a trial., 0drr hum Post pathy and kludnw were se abuhd ing to cultivate, ia the oatoet (litllculty by wsWnf; tip the actfoa of. geedBees Is of UsH kayyl. agent ia town or by bm1. 80e for a sin- - aatly beatawed on lie during the thing iu fowa. Must have been thu liver and increiMitig the bile Dr. ness. No reward eealag after the gle wonth and Ms for two wontlts, aud iaWk of my belovd hus- - readitg that article in last week's King's New Life Pills tue the bowels event an compare with the sweet Do it today and yeu will never regret to nc$ jno'o freely and drive' away r,ward tat t with itr MauHee it. If you order by mall, send erder to baad;Dr. J. W. HlllUaw. &neial. paper, aliout a hard winter com. Maeterltaek. tl (wo "mo(dy ditys." 23e a bottle. The ClBeJRMti Post, OIwiHwtl, Okie, ly do I appreciate the loyalty and . Mtrtin, Mary Tatton, nomas, Asa tiurgiier, l r. T?of tft,i wiu, -- OUR MOTTO IS I Low Prices and High Quality Belle - - -- -- o GOSSIP. three-quarter- a e ll I a . t. - Wash-ingto- a I - Why The Cin cinnati Post 'IN.fe!1' kt er Cas-tew- - utittt ill-no-