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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): November 25, 1915 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1915 cla1915112501_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.): November 25, 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. V X JLLJCi M.P.OWARA, V;OL. Edifer CLAlPiGlT-'. 'OVA i f v TIMES. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. ST We are Here to Help City CFttftlM iUrr Mfntffef Ceuntry and Ourselves. JJX tioltig Fine Work OlY CITY. KrM .THffBSDAY NOVEMBER 25, 1915. STANTON. (By P. SO... 95" covenant as a result of the splendid preaching of Bro. Winkler. .For some time the members of the church have been, working in perfect harmony, but all differences are now laid aside and all are pledged to. work for tho good of tho church. There Moonligki School Another "Dead" nan While A. T. Whitt was cruU nig around the outskirts ot .tlio town Tuesday night in his Ford ho discovered what he took to be a corpse, lying across the road He immediately turned his ma chine around and came back; to town for Coroner Lanson. On roturning with tho orohcr they found tho "dead" mau sitting up in the roadway with a friend ho was nearly as dead, trying to. help him home. It developed later that the cuubo of the sup ported deaths was the contents of a couple of bottles. choi being The Moopllght eouductecj by Mrs, Soala nnd Miss Bowcn id making splendid headway, anr) tlto.prngres9of the pup. ilaj? romqrknbo. All of them can now read and Write, several of, them who, five weeks sign, could not maho a single letter, jjjljiow being able to writo quite legibly. All of them arc takipc l keen interest in the work and before long will take up the higher grades. Thin school ))s been ' conducted differently to - Mrs. Robert Hardwick, of Mt Sterling, has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Bettio Hardwick, for several-dayand returned to her a quain home Tuesday.' is now a spirit of brothorly love of the"djyplaht. Itjs made Mra. Jeff Webb, of Lexington that has been missing for some from cafilncoat and- is non and Mrs. R. S. Nolan, of Win time and a full board of strong poigiinwwlind can , b'o ox Chester, visited with their moth members has been elected and dized oflM.ko papc?J enab.-Iiner, Mrs. Creed while their, .hus- thero is a bright prospoct for tho manufactur-er- a bands were hero hunting quail future. to uJkcKpaper over and rabbits. They all returned again, Fwijrifejiiaiao iu home the first of this week. dilFcrobt'-cblors-asoon as Buys Cattle. Miss Fannie May Shimfessel, the plantfls completed. of Clay City, has been visiting many others, visitors having J. T. Wright, 'pf Uardwh-k'Margaret Lyla (bis past week. been discounted from attending Creek, bought 88 yearlings Ht "As!" Mr. Gus Hale, of Liberty Road, Mt. Sterling Monday, and will and the pupils' attention having Stariley's Inauguration bounty Morgan county, stopped off with feed them this winter ready to Powell Ueen devoted entirely to their ' vorS. The success of the school J& The inauguration of Governor Benefit the writer for sovcral dayB this graze and finish off next year. week. Ho was returning to his He also bought four head from Stanley is set for Tuesday has been, in a large meas'uro, eiect home from a stay in Ohio. December 7, and a general invi Lee MePherson and is now feed-in- s doe to this fact. Tho cotnlissiditrasscssing tho tation has been sent out to those valuation of ft lie railroads of the Mrs. II. C. Hall was in Losing about 80 head. y desiring to. attend. The state ma'dcujTvifry' sitb'stantial in ton Monday on a business and Totfmpbrt Birds will atnoon in in tl.L Good Meeting . from Mexico. tho Capitoltake place and will be crease & N. (nlroad. division of shopping trip. building The am Jhe L. At Hatton Creek Dr. J. C. Lemming and J. a very impressive affair. mint per nucot- - tlio ncrease is Ewen took in connty court day at The Kentucky Game and Fish ' t':A Democrats Rev. Wm. Kirk and Rev. Sher . CVmimUsion hus arranged for from number of loyal will attend, 8J0.03Q U j- i ) Lexington to Winchester Monday? Powell conuty tptdl aujount Mcliobet man Robbins eloEed a successful the 'importation of 15,000 quail Airs, lieu io iiartlwiek's son of increaselKrirowell county is meeting at Hatton Crook school- if they can bo got. Epworth League Meeting 203.478.12: UThis will civte near- from .Ohio is visiting her this house Monday night. There was tqn.lhrpugh' under Government ly $1,000 'pefywr. mora tax&s:fr week. 18 conversions and a great deal "inspection and possibly fiv hun.Leaguo of he(i rowoll con tyjwjjlch the comity The Epworth Misses Lura Adam? and Nannie of interest was stirred up. It, is dred wild turkeys for the ihoihi. WW n ofBr6Kirk to rv hotne' over ' iV .' , aunaay nignti i tie . .1 I.. unuap ular meeting i i Sunday at Zachariah, in Wolfe and make this a monthly meetrpporreu 10 oo noicuiousiy ot the League are II. G. inMernoriam county. They returned Monday ing point. in. Mexico, and if they are, tho officers Crabtree, President, Mrs. Myrtle for their school work. Kentucky mountains will, bo In loving- memory of our fath Joseph ed, providing a closed sea Burgher, There was an ml and gas man Entertainment Mountss, 2nd Vice-PreA. P. er, Melv'in Gravett, who died ot from Indiana here tins week to At City School 6n may be maintained on them tho homo of his daughter, Mrs. J. Johnson, Treasurer, ami Mrs. E. T. look over the prospects and lease for a few years. Ho Writtht.. Nov, 6, 1915. The two literary societies at Conlee, Secretary. Mr. Mountz was 67 years old and had been some land for drilling. Wo hope PREACHING ON SUNDAY in chargo of the musical sick for Bomo time and all that le meets with success as wo are the city school combined Friday is also oil and gas in night to give an entertainment, features, and sqme excellent pro. loving hands" could do for him sure there and succeeded so well that anot There will be preaching both grams will, bo put .m- - Tho Lea was done. 1 Mo tuueral service the county. her wil probably be hold short mowing; and night by the pastor Mrs. O. J. Derickson, of Clay gue meets every Sunday night ;t was conducted by Hev. M. P. ly. Unfortunately, we were un' Lwry at Uardwick's Creek City, has been visiting her dau church Sunday. 7 o'clock at the church and every a bin to obtain the program in ful Christian church, burial being in ghter, Mrs. Florence.Oldham. but some of the features were one is cordially invited to attend the cemttary at that place in the Subscribe for The Times. The members of tho Presby baritone solos by C. E. White, presence oft-- a large number of terian church will have a meet- - violin solos by J. C. Vordorbrue. friends, lie was a member of ug Friday night to discuss the gen, recitations by Miss Boweu the Christian church for a num buildin'g of a new church. , solo by and Delia bcr of years, and was n good Jesso Lee Duncan,-- - choruses by The, revival meeting at tho father, neighbor and citizen. He was a genial friend and will be Christian church closed Sunday groups of tho girls, pantomines, affectionately, remembered by all night. It is the opinion of the and selections by tho band. A good crowd was in attendance who knew him, God grant thut writcrj this has been the best when those who are left behind meeting hold in tho church since and the evening waB thoroughly are called upon to raco death we le has lived here, Whilo there enjoyed by all. The BOOSTER Campaign will close at may do 60 with the same calm was only 18 actual conversions, Advertising in The Times w;U fearlessness of our father and thero was a real revival among our store on Wednesday, December 8, and may God give peace into the the members, about 80 of them pay you. If you, don't believe li the piano will be delivered to the winner iVes of tho?o who are stf sadly coming back and renewing thoir let us convince you by a trial.. at tHat time., In order to stimulate interest bereaved until, in the fulness of ai(h and understanding they and also to reduce our immense stock, we can say "lhe third's will be are offering special bargains in dono." Tlioso who are loft to mourn the going of this father aro Mrs. Jeff Wright, Mrs. John JJurgher, Mrs. Wm. Wells, Mra. Chas. Hush, Mr. Mack, Gravett, Mr. Ernest Grnvett, Mr, George Grayejt, of Powell county ; Mrs. Bert Baruott, of Clark county, Our new Dress Goods, Notions, Mens' Mrs. Joe Shimfessel, of Fayette, Mr, Clarence Gravett, bf Illinois and Womens' Shoes, Underwear, etc., add Mr. John Gravett, of Iowa, Wc also'have a complete line of "COLE" The Children. are now m stock and we want you to copying .and heating stoves that are the 'I This of he Times is printefoWith ink. manu facfuredjVhy the , Puarsite OompaKlJt' their .plqn( here. lftrtjAk jvill bo man ufaotn commercial - ism j 0. Dcrthick.) t J nt s, . - g nioler s r444ft s mi cere"-mon- - 'froth-Mexic- o - 'PSridcra-viRrted-Jhe- if tho-intehll- " I re-sto- Vice-Presiden- t, ., at'the-.Christia- Port-wood- Close of Campaign I , Mens' and Boys' Suits, Shoes, Huts, Ladies' Cloaks, Suits and Millinery Fall and Winter Goods Now In ,best value 'to be hacj for, the. money-- , Thanksgiving- Special Mr.aud-Mrs- , see them. WE HAVE QUALITY. Mrs PkftpieiWUliaflg' r,..,. H. B. Walfera celebrated Tkauk&jjiyiug Day lu Rwd aryle, Mrs, W altera, present- lug lafrcom with a handsome 9- pound, boy. 1 .Henry WALTPRSVILLE, Waldron KENTUCKY t V X, : V c 3P- - : ' X "v v v' THE TIMES. Cannot Ex press A Democratic Newspaper Much Faith Too Eighteen Years Old The Best Weekly in this Section. That is The Way Robert fliobley Reposes Con- fidence In' M. P. O'Mara Editor Louisville, Ky., Nov. 24, Ko bert Moblcy, who is probably the mail Entered as second-clas- s oldest restaurant proprietor in at tlio Post Office at Clay City, this Ccity, made an interesting Ivy., under the Act of Congress of statement recently regarding the benefits he had obtained through March 3, 1879. Sterilized Milk. the use of Tttnlac. lie said: Milk aterlllzed by "electricity win "Anv man or woman who is ceep sweet in capped bottles for. tight A HOME-MAPAPER. V now suffering as I was, is very lays. r DE APIne WhooplnaSgn'ibenicdy, Mothers, Er, mV. Pine Tar Honey is just thotjemedy-.toryouchildren's cold ailjSfents. Tjie fact Is tha pine ia a Jftuick euemy of cold conditions. 7fc"!quaUtte lcog-ethe mucous in the throat, soothe t ho lungs and openup the nir pass ages, Thi combination or honey, soothing aud pleasant, with the loosening pine quality makes, this an ideal cough reufdy for child ren. Each passing-eaprftigs. for it new fnonds, A family of grow afford" to be ing children cann without it. 25c a bottle. r n TEN YEARS AGO k What did you think you would be worth today? Didn't have much idea, did you? But you were sure you would be pretty well fixed financially. ARE YOU? How much will you be wortfV. in the next ten years? - Has past experience taught you anything has it taught you the wisdom of a SAVINGS ACCOUNT? THURSDAY, NOV. 25, 1?15 II. V. McUhesney lias been ap- pointed chairman of the reception committee for the inauguraStanley on tion of Goveruor-eiec- t December 7. It- is eminently fitting and proper that this splen- did Democrat should be so recognizedThe speeches that made for his successful opponent ijid more than any other thing to secure for Stanley the meagre majority that he won by. ey "Owsley Stanley will moke que of the best Governors Kentucky hns ever had, He is as honest :is sunlight and as game as a bull dog," declares Senator Mark Toscon, Arizona, who Smith, c haStiyuV hsd hjg.(jourse.in Wash- ington for the past dozen years. Ths Senator seems to have Mr. Stanley sized up about right, Friendship. In the hour of distress and misery the eye of every mortal turns to friendship! in the hour ot gladness and conviviality, what Is our want? It is friendship. W S. Landor. Lost and Found. Will the young lady who umbrella in front of the other night please look on the umbrella for a man's Personal opened an theater the the end of eye? foolish to go on 8ufTcnng when Tunlnc can be had. "For the past few years 1 have not enjoyed the very best of health. I was not real s'ick, but I was in a highly nervous run down condition and couldn't sleep well at nights. "I had that tired out feeling and was weary of everything most of the time. "My blood did not seem to circulate properly, ami I felt chilly and all ont nf sorts, especially with a change of weather. "Some days ago I learned of this .Tanjac, mid the work the medicine is doing convinced me I that I ought to give it a trial. got a bottle of it. I took a dose of the medicine right away nnd another doss at night That night I slejit jinp. an4.tHxLmmui-in- g I felt fine. "My nerves are now as steady as can be. I feel vigorous and am in good 'spirits. Tunlnc Is unlike anything I ever have used. I believe it will help anybody who will give it a fair trial like I did. I cannot express too much faith i.i such a medicine." Taulac, the premier prepara Hon, is Eold in (Jlay (Jity at Eaton & McGuire'o, and in Stanton nt Hardwick & CVs. (Jot Juat What He Meant The possessor ol unfailing tact Is a fortunate being. Sometimes even a person of great experience will, however, in distress, pay the wrong thing. A certain 'Clergyman was officiating at i. It should have been - your first lesson Clay City National Bank Pays 3 per cent compound in terest on SAVINGS the Lamp Oil that paves Eyes Motliln In moro Important In tha homo than clear, iteailyllglit. Iuinre tms uj Kviunj: ids oil, mat Dunn clear and clean without a flicker doirn to too last drop. IVnnsrlmilft crude oil refined to perfection. , Cots bo more than . tha ferlnr tankw&gon oils saves MONEY urea WORK mtci eyts. Your dealer haa.80l.lTE OIL a barrel direct from our work. Chas. n. Stoll Oil Co. '"We tell th brated "SroCarb" "When the Frost Is On The Pumpkin" i It is time to think about your winter w '4 4 For fine ;Watchr5and Clock ' derwear. We have a splendid assortment and can suit you in both QUALITY AND PRICE REPAIRING . or any wwk inrmy DneI will be glad to haveyou aHjmtne S.SV.ILARIS9N Clay City, . Come Here aud Save Money Farmers Union Supply Store S. G. Baker, Mj;r. Kentucky "Talk" Kittle Understood. The girl was making cookies. Little Mary was toddling round the kitchen. The blK house oat both.qnd the little "TtlrKlttie to go out," she de manded to the cook. The latter was busy, so opoko rather perfunctorily. "Kittle, go out! Go out, Kittle I" A disgusted look came over the toddler's face as sbo said: "Kittle don't understand that talk. Speak to her with , the broom." WHEN YOU .WANT &VSHAVE OR "HAIR 'OUT ' n0R a funeral of a wealthy parishioner. He was particularly anxious to show his good feeling and sympathy; so at a critical moment during the funeral services, he turned to the congregation and said: "Dearly beloved, many a tlmo I have dandled llila corpse upon my Jraee." ANY TONSORILiWORK , STANTON COLLEGE, KY. - CALL ON' 'if. . STANTON, Students Admitted at Any Time CLEANING AND PRESSING, It Always Helps says Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., In writing of her experience with Cardui, ,the woman's tonic She says further: "Before I began to use 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. 1 wish every suffering woman would give am ready to do ywr Clean Ing and Pressing. Good work guaranteed and charges reason- able. Orders left wltti J, Bloom will receive prompt attwttle-n- . JAMES WILLIAMS. I One of the Best Schools in Kentucky,..', - Courses in Agriculture and Domestic Science. r Review Clawes in the Common Branches will the Tenm be Conducted throughout , By paying part of their Expenses in Wotlc, Students may get Rates at the Dormitory as low as $l!5o per Week. ' - i & Cardui The Woman's Tonic ut Rgffllwfn .m6"-th'.nwcvF- For Information Write to ' Rev. J. C; Hanley, President, -- 'in TRACY "' v I Stanton, Ky. k v MW ., .V. ly 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 still use Cardui when I feel A little bad, and it always does me good." Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness, tired, worn-ofeelings, etc., are sure signs of woman- -. Get a Bottle Today! Fr'squently lt That Way. Lfe ef Big Sum, Real Estate ImtcMK, Gimw wlih a tore, ol 13 IhcIom or "Womart's placo Is at hoQ. As I We Dny and Sll Fam kh4 City wort m only f.ro 90 Ju)l e)iargo, wa telllnx my wir " "Uy llw way, 1111b wliat'a four wife aula.""?" Property of all kinds.- - W'fcV mc'mwI lnv, t;' sent 16 tfce fouH "Workla' tlw caiwry."BttKki ote, tvm, w Churk fjgA ijuia Cvrir. cownti. for sak .er.Mat." ,VnW m Z H : .. , z-'whttt you want. a ' 't un4rvUu4 yowr kUka4 Imm f fecreRre"tlHK' (hcj ay.i We write aU klmi af jMirMttCv mm foria much lllc niaktriK it Jft ot eiupje4 hU factcry "Mh rthln, afi Vui Jth&vt, 1i:ij jm u It'a ' tor, JAM. NurlcU. MWel, , pu iioai im TRACY AW tTMUl. baa to: they jiltulja' ao, much baatjr Office, Main, Street, Wtapkeator, Ky. Jourj;il. ioune. Mllwa-iIcC- ai t VP, a. "a A A.' A. A A A A A A A A A A A A A 0. A A a" A. iV A A. A. A Aov aTa A aa 1 a aT A aa A A. A A. A A. A A A A A 1TAiTA.TAiT.AA''AATATAA'Ai,4A,AA'Ai'AA,4A-4A'A. . tt.f V .A. t ' HARD WICK - SCO. Y ; ? Our Fall and Winter, goods are now in and we- - fee ' ; T ? t T f vite you to call and see them and get our prices. Areespecially anxious for you to call who appreciate, , merchandise of high quality at new, and this combination should be interesting- - to Want to call your special attention to M all. fact that we handle the following well known and pop- low-prices- up-to-da- te ular lines:-"Qu- een Quality" shoes for women, "Wal Over" shoes for men, Hart, Schaffner & Marx clothfe; MfltfthipsR Hra.nri olothinff. Stetson and Asfor Brana Mens' Hats, Arrow Brand Shirts and Collars, PictorM Review Patterns and Bain Wagons. i nVfcW. u rilgri quail ty, iuw ym-- , "icmirmnttn kppnvis near v as oossiDie everyming uie (!t:-.we-wil- clothing, hats, shoes, underwear, hosiery, furniture", 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, sewing machines, harness, saddles, hardware, roofings, queensware, paints, oils, varnishes, window sash, doors, window lights, groceries, --Raincoats, Sweaters, Blankets, Comforts, etc. In fact, T eetus for anything you want ana give us a chance to provejthat we can SAVE YOU MONEY. ? ., We handle "The Bain" wagon--i- f in need of a wagon ? .see arid investigate the qualities of this wagon and get We buy them by the car lot and so can T our prices. f t f f f u,,; IT It is nnr aim to ucuic wama l get it for ypu but if we haven't what you want It will be to your interest to see what we have:anM;' get our prices when in the market for dry goods, rio tions, millinery, women's and men's furnishing- goods - We have a lot of underwear for Misses, Women, Children, Men and Boys, which will sell at not over half the usual price for any of it and some .;of it at even a less price. Also have a lot of Women's rinake a very low price. and Boys' .shoes and Mens' and Boys' hats that will sell at a good per cent less than the usual price. Every day is bargain day and let us show .lybu. BUY WHERE THE BUYING IS GOOD. -- Children's here--com- e y y y y f ? y f y e a, filing first grade ' Kentucky flout at $2Qppi Offi-or- , 80 c for a24L- t y y y y ck, roasted coffee at 1 1 c a p( t. y y ' ana granulatdd sugaf at 6 cents a pound Hardwick&Co. Scamander a Remarkable Stream. Innocent. The Scamander Is one of the most "The car was going at least forty nillos an hour." testified the constable. remarkable rivers for the grandeur of in "It was all I could do to get out of Us source a yawning chasmenorway." "Your honor," objected the Mount Oargarus. shaded with the defendant, "that la a Ho on th face, mous' plane trees, and surrounded wl(h imof It. Jf my car had been going as high cliffs, from which tho .river greatness fast as.'ho says It was I'd have got petuously dashes in nil the ' tilm, noimatter how quick he Jumped." of .tho divine origlu assigned to it by ancient fable. "Golden Number." Strange Power of Musk. The "Golden Number," hold of bo Musk In its pure'state is so radioachigh Importance by scientists and boothsayers of olden times, dates back tive that, If held close to the body for to'lMeton, an Athenian astrologer, a time. It will produce sores similar to those caused by radium.' abput 43 years Jl. C. To find the add one to the date and dlvldo by 19, the number of years In Colds Uo Not Leave Willingly the moon's cycle. Tho quotient Is the cycles since tho Christian number of erannd the remainder is the golden Been ue u cold is tmiMiorn in no. ' number. Ilf reason why ou should be, -, get sure steiul of "vvinrin" it oOh, Really! .' relief by taking Dr. King's New No doubt the ancient Romans, who artistic Dlecovery. Dangerous bronchial were nevertheless a sound race of the second rank, talked of the and lung ailments often follow, a c6sF (In slaves) of their aqueducts. cold whico has'Been negleoled at and would have been puzzled could As your body they have seen us staring 'at the im- the beginning. perfect remains of the said aqueducts faithfully baltles those cld germs as interesting worts' of art. no better uid can be pveu tbnn the use of this reinody. Xts tflerit has bcon tested by oll una youug. Get 50o and $1.00 it bottle today. golden-number, STANTON, KENTUCKY GET RID OF THE STUMP LOOK VOU HERE.-SCW- y y x A Reeonstrbeteci Man costs With cxhl'iltjnns und cnfcilogues of nrtlflejiil one get to culcutnllng the cost of a reconstructed mail. Seenilngl.v a Httlo would miOlec. A pair more than " teg's costH about f WO and a pair of arms about $100. Ears, with drunm. etc.. cost S"5 each: eyes $!10 a pair, and 80"""on. Without heart and brnln a wan- Is worth about $500. With tbera the price might chauge.-Lond- on - limb now Unmuht to notlco , TELL VOOR HEI6HB0(tS TO GRUB OUT THAT OLD STUMP IN THIS FIELD AND SHOW THEM TATHEf? At JO THE ii'l' ON IT, Chronicle. Nothing to Be Said. Judge You admit, then, that you stole the loaf of hreud? Woman Prisoner Yes, ypur honor. Judge What have you to Bay for yourself? Woman Nothing, your honor. .If It was hue or Jewelry" I might plead kleptomania, but we csu"t try that when It's bread. Chicago. Herald,, Station, "I want to lake a train to New Jn-Jlh- a York.'" - "Hut. my dear ,slr. wo pay our engineers, to do (hat." Hull I more Araer? lean, . ' . - Hubby' (at breakfast) I've got a bad bead this morning. Wife I'm sorry, Wr. I do hope you'll be abl to shako tt'off. Haate Triiucriet Hrh Cur. v 9k. tHhwleigh's Products. , Bvjryhpdv h. Powell : - county SCHOOLS ARE THE KEYS. r.ds ThBlnijeA M. Frank Kcuno n is ujremtor i'rocluofr-j- n ooumTv, atul is (Ujstributjng, them Kv.ery nrtiolo m this -- jrgi'iUrl.w iha Tliwleih this "WE USE" , DANIEL BOONE AXLE GREASE Jiip, consistinir of spiQe, tfniitB. medicines of various kinds, lijiitnants, stock romdie8, ot,o.,ir jositivtlfv uuaraHtepO to jtiva sat rfuuded. infant ion' or money myyy of those wi IV Ji.ct h" Vtetiyya c. And 'don't ' '. to grease rttv but ofK a i Wk. Fine farms, good roads, comfortable homes, and blooded Btock in a community are things to have, but they do not necessarily develop good schools for the children of all the people. That this is true can be seen by a day's drive through many of the richest and most prosperous counties in old Kentucky, But good schools, sending out into tho community year after year a steady stream of educated citizens, means that they will produce good roads, flue farms, blooded stock, real homes, and every good thing in ltte. Ka'rm lands without trained brains loso their fertility. Good roads without a real citizenship go to pieces. Fine stock without technical skill loses its value. Ileal homes without tho light of education grow dark and dismal. The school Is the only safeguard In our state or In any neighborhood, Fine, strong rural schools and the children on Kentucky's many farms are the keys which alone can unlock the door to a glorious golden future for the dear old Commonwealth. hrr Times Old Papers for Sale at Tie for sale at The Blank Titaw Office. 4ke. 5 e&tg.eaeh, dk It yuurrfaul? Uome,' let h Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Wrtodford, usVeason together greeting will Mcintosh, of Clark coun use ty visited friends 'and relatives of Paris, and' Mrs. OUip Steele, probably continue 3 wtJeks, on. as connty for' several days of Lexington, spent .a fpw dfys God r'mtiy direct.V Please tiau- in this at the Virden Club Ja'stw.eek noa'ncglhis at all places 'of last week. and gathered a suppjyjb.i hickotyl ,1 nm in full sympathy A sale of the perse nal prop unts and persimmons s1 . .witji'ri'H'fthe cburche" aucidoVf ertyofthe late Melvie Gravctt ..( H , ia advertised for next Wednesday, .Mr- - W. B, Horner, of Pittsburg; oeijgve in ;our huirhble servant'. The farm will also be Lsecratary. of thePcarsitd .otrtpaX' r Dec. 8. sold or'rented at tho same time. ny, was hero; Sunday looking For the over the plaut. He "was accotn Young Couple Harried. !. A safe, old fashioned The oyster supper served by panted w Messrs Hoiloway an church Wcdncs- the Ladies' Aid of the Christian Oarpentor,two eastern captUiL Mr. Patrick Jlenrv and Miss church Tuesday night was very IStS. Jetirs.t1i. L. Hutchins, who has Delia Lackey Wood were marsuccessful vand a. largo, crowd Was xi ice is ihs Iwc tejt'tnonTl f Judge W. T. Adams brought', been with her hnsbaud here f6r ried Wednesday evening at sis on hand to dispose of the- luscoffrtr you. to. the office a few days ago a pastfotf weeks, returned to o'clock, the ceremony being per r.l ious, bivalves. wl) lieln fcorp tSa Lido Con3'iatpg splendid sample of turnip, the- her home, at Hazel Green Mon- formed by .Rev. W. F. Hollings-wortGland Sums and Mrs. Hester specimen weighing a little over day, qtvi.ng to the illness of .her in the chapel aL Beech- Larieon, bo'tlf of' Hardwicks' 44 pounds. The edirtor's wife tyaby and fufpiy you, rtd tua ium cdJ 25c. telegraphed wood Seminary at Ueidelburg. ia stamp and we'll Kd you bo, " lis tiroepdy. Criek' were married Tuesday eve- came prowling around the oflice for wJiq is employHie happy couple, are spending a E. l S.'FREY,' ning by Squire Welch, the cere- and 'the uext Jay served" for "din ed at the Pearsite works. Wn few days with Mrs. II A. Irvin. BALTIMORE, MD. mony being performed at his ner turnip soup and mashed tur- understand that the child is house in the presence' of a few nip, so we cau assure the Judge quite sick. Double Wedding neighbors. that his turnips are well flavored D. L. Moore, of Winchester, D. H. MA.THERLY has.opened a s.1h& repair hop in A double., wedding was cele The Mordecais will hold their us well as good looking. Clay City, Kentucky ild'- vtiu can brated Thursday afternoon at the regu'ar meeting at the MethoRev. M. T. Chandler, pastor theCentt.U Hotel,now have in home.,of the. brides' parentf,..Mr. dist church Friday night, and of. th.e..M. E. Church, South, at MONUMENTS and MARKERS every member or any one who Cynthiana, accompanied by 'Mrs. first class style- without, sending and Mrs., Ellett Crowe, when Estimates Cheerfully Gtren on nml Morw wishes to join, is requested to be Chandler, visited the hitter's pa- them to the city,. Mr Moon anil thoir.jt!iliililirii .. "MM U.U.J M ' Vvl his assistant are both expert. Jkneiivere-um'te- d - marriaffe - to- 1- imiu on hand, as some business of rents, Mr. and. Mrs J. P. Muupin workmen and iheyVfli; secure n . i j ' tportance is to bo taken up. The for a few'd'ays this week. Mr. permanent location ias,;0n as1 (Jeorge,iiud. Elzie Baber. double ceremony was performed THE WINCHESTER' Chandler conducted services at possible. J Mrs. E: B. McUlone ioftSatur ' by Rev. D. II. Matherly; in the of Winchester, K5V presence of a larger nn.mber of Capital Stock 100,000 relatives and friends. suxpms ana. unamaea r ,. ' ' WOT-wit- day for Morehcn'd, where sho and the children will spend the win tcr with her parents. As Mr. and Mrs. McGIone were compelled to give up their house here and were unable to get another at present they decided not to keep house this winter, but will Mrs. K. A. Irvin was in in the. Monday and Tuesday of probably come' fack spring. of this week. s Mrs. II. II. Phetigo is spendMrs. Mittie Martin, of Stautorf1. ing a'fow days with her parents died Tuesday noon, the funeral at Ajrgylle. taklng4 placo Wednesday alters noou'ht the Stanton cbmetery. A Mntlierly preached last D. Sunday at .W.llisburg, Washing, more oxtended notice" wilt ap pear next week. ton county. ; 10CAL Revival at-th- "Stanton . An Explanation Game Warden Here Mr.,J(J. H. Lpyeland, Special Game Warden, wag here Wcdncs-day- , alid accompanicd"Var(len J. D. Creed on a trip aronnd the 'sw. .a 1:11 1 mil if miiii tutt Wtltl iii H' ill: i fnitrtH frail vim plaints of violations of the law, and said th'ut- reports indicated that birds were more plentiful than last year. Mr.K. B. District Wardeg,- was also here for a short tinic. 11 w Lox-ingto- n, Rev. Win, Kirk will open n re vival meeting o court house in Stanton, Friday, Dec. 8.. The plan of the uieetjng ia union, the iu ill 111(4 ttvcrjr uujwi uuiiig lu unsaved souXto. Jesus. .The full gospel will bo preached and it you miss this meeting yov may .. . ... .. miss ueaven; 11 so u is, everiasr ing death. We e'xpect people to come from every part of the county. 'Wo are jdoking for you, mid your help. S?ng service each egjgung'at 0.80 preaching at 7; Is M. S. ivdr-shi- p. -- , come-aut-isn- i. ...... Ijj s'eejns.that tne order of the County' Court, at it's last term, filing the petition asking for an election 'tu 1m cillled to vote on the question of issuing bonds to aid the good roads( .proposition was defective, iu that it did no.t state the time the bonds were to rug, the interest . they wore to bear or the, denominations they were; lo issued jn,. nor when the interest was to be payable, and on ndvjqe to that effect, I did not issue the! "order to the sheriff to call the election, fearing thaVH would result' in a heap bf costs, without results, to the beneut of the county and taxpayers. "However, the matter can begone over'niid it only delays the election. I. S. Boone, Clerk P. C. C. I - Quis-enberr- - ' VerMfiige CMdreiii JhB.-Mexhodi- st - le - h this-wce- k T; m - - - -- T "..'---- I lge-or-oml-,5rtnes.- --- I - I .4 Profita R. $200,000 o9 and onV like wash; boiler. 'I, iit tmrnlb! S CliU . 3. UWW .woman who has rheumatism, MdrNitiUry : ,j ,v , (ahicr. The congestion of the blood in VOUR ACCOUNSV'SOTjICITED. its flow causes paiu. Skans Liiii- irient parie'.ru'te.8 to'tlie congestion '"For doixl dirbi'rlnK try and starts the blood to uW freely. A. P. Johnson Tho body's warmth is renewed; tne pain is gone. The "man or. thVi'ftf'arfdVtislxt'to th'e Sphar neufails o Rheumatism and Allied I'alns They Must do. -- .V. Holly Withcrspoon, Pjrcident. In Ri . Jeori.tho ralgia or other pain and River Hotel. old tea (helves. liAgVpififii tioi -- ""IllinertaWR j i i.- - quick d: . . Dodyof. rote' keep Sloans TJuiment 'in their Shampooing and SoJp Treatment home is like man rea rope." Why selfer. Get fusing POWELL & JACKS0K & bottle of Sloans. 2ou and 50e. 1.00 bottle hnlds six times us Writers of 'all Kinds of Fire, LKe, ihuch as 25c size. Tnrnado, Ughlnlng and Hall Insta- V W7 U Daroo for oiditunr dtcii A New Business reservoir. Heatilikea, copper ,te. kettle ..Mr. A. P. Johnson, who C re- wUe would that other.VV rj aiy Where rw- ning water is " V front, tin Hi ImWTr&VinA bollofn oISii'ZrSSlfti'?J xi, j, l. pw.iy aven.il mallea.l X A mwvm ; tan i .X.'W,ikii:ii .. ." n 7r?5r:'ft!l 1 .... - . T- .- .3' cently secured the Neal proper- powelL & Jackson . "ml ty, will open a restaurant iu ' Ltavilre jMksi Sam W. Powell few days. This is. one thing tluit Office In Cot House. 'M is needed here opd Mr. ..ulinS(n ; Kentu'af ;il be assured of a good' patron- - Winchester 11 We are also agents for Hire Illinois Surety C&mpany and'are pre pared to do a general Bonding bi- 14. ness. t nce.. " ? Several other oow 'businesses wrJ ' ub4to board liningind nd Sue(.tOKethcrwith ! fI Scientific con traction of firebox . aibe. H'; cneo under) I'a - " ""ViaaW i'airlrf-'l- :- Uren Mailaublai Iron ?n"Y oetmlti all taints toYt! v,.c riTd.UgBt oint(. cive keH baklD( results wttn Uait luel. Dates bread 'toanf ijf practically , brown top, bottor and (idea witn out turning. .!. I llr.ltv.lt llnlit an ,1 llirw aiitichtV I stay tight, Na putty usd, (no .putty used). Results Ions life, best at2..Urht, holds ISH. results, and little luel. 'are about to open up, .atimng Frtrlt-- ' tfl iukl QruameutaJ them u drng store, and a moving bictu,re theatre.. J.T. Wright.i Shrubs, Ornpe Vines, Rhubarb, Jso expecting to open a livery pnniRus, Peonies, Phlox, Roses, m.." stable 111 a few days, JEVKRV THIXO FOR ORCtUltjEl; r TREES. tr! Itr : ' . Oct RW of TNose Poisons iff Your ' LAWN AKV OARDEM. expense, mm f.y.i FOR SALE BY Clay City Eaton & McGyiije "Kenttwky 4- .. I 1 System HP. XO AflKNTS vim CATALOi? ti You will And Dr. King's New H. Y imienmyer. Sc. frunsfz) ' iife Pills a most satisfactory lxu LexingtoB, Ky. i? Uye in rtleasiug the poisons from your system. Acuumulateil wasto Qreted HI Old Frlwiif-- . 'jiml poisons cftugy luituifold ail- i':. A younj; actor ofeula4 rmtMii jn?uta unless released. l)iz?jHc, tobd the celfbrat4,.atrrlt rtrw jte wt bfore tlie eyw, blaeknwrn1 rir4 tuihtm a tragsMy. whtM was 4 a wiwrable felingt generallv tlis.nre of Mug Wouakt Vtt. At erajM; farl ifJi(atlotisthat ycni nc(4il" Ua verse hat was lllara Ftroa tk . em lud ue ecaikm t dj lsto.iswt.Uraa: SM IttlM? ttaiglit ait you will cxmn "Oh," a ptm, grutfMl rpljvf by flrnln. kaWt 1 rtftUi art t "K la have nUii m? iW,