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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): January 13, 1916 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1916 cla1916011301_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.): January 13, 1916 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1916 $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. 0 -- 4 , ' s t '''. TP IT M. P. O'MARA, Editor CLAY CITY TIMES. Wc are Here to Help Clay City, the Surrounding Country and Ourselves. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. VOL. XXI. " CLAT OITY. KY, THURSDAY JANUARY 13, J9I0. NO. X. town Board Holds bled at Winchester The vet-Boar- The Value of Education. d - STANTON. (By P. 0. Dcrthick.) L. F. Martin Answers . . Tho following is the text of a funeral services of Mr. talk prepared'b.V D. H. Matherly, to be delivered- fo tho pupils of The members of the Town William Harris, aged Onion met in regular session nt'Brui who died Jute Thursday, the City School. . tho schooMiouao Friday night were held at the Central Baptist There is scattered over this broad with' Dr. Martin, A. I. Johnson, Church Saturday, afternoon at country of ours, ydung men upon whom the major part ofdeveloping the fut .1. M Kcnimn and A. M. Burgher 3 o'clock' Rev. T. C. Ecton offlci. ure generation' vill depend; nting The burial took place in seems us tlin t hoy arc makingyet it preseut. slow Thcso.inenibers had been sworn the local cemetery, under the progress townrd ;tbe development of Hero is where the in previously, and they selected auspices of the Masonic Lodge, their possibilities. the pall hearers wereS. 0. Boone, rpsponsibilty fallen upon the parents G. Hackwnrth in place of John In oui town here, many parents Maxwell, who failed to qualify. M. D. Royse, D. S. Haggard, J. seem to little nn unconscious state, for be in Mr. EUckwnrlh was sworn in by 0. Allen, W. E. Singleton, and tho fact, that they nllow their boys to A. T. Whitt, and took part in 0 G. Bush. Mr. Harris was one ctlltivato the habit ana desire for cigar(,f Ilio must popular citizens of ettes, which are destroying tho cream the meeting. A. P. Johnson was named ub Winchester, and was known by of their lives. And more tiian that, boy's fromjschool take they keep Chairman of the Board for the everybody as "Uncle B.II.e," lie them from theircare of our efficient and the . was lifirn in !.' II I'nimtv. nnil coming year, and uran. uacK-- i .. ... ' NiUllJ' Fielder, christian-hearteteachers, who are dea 'ss worthy Secretary A T. Whitt murr'et voting every moment possible toward who survives him. lie was in their development and let them work was elected Town Treasurer, i s perfect health up to a few to for the little sum of thirty-fiv- e without salary, and the Secretary Parents, put cents perlitay. before his death and was en ty-five will receive 2 CO a month for, gaged in moving his furniture your boys in school and help them lay his services. An ordinance was in from his former home on Bnck-ne- r the foundationarise,;future usefulness. develop yourself Young man, passed, as required by law, fixing Street to 214 East Broadway, and be found in that class of American the time of meeting at 7 .o'clock, where he recently purchased a youth who aspire to a higher and betp. in., the first Friday in each home. As he started tlj carry ter education. Durjng tiie lust decado month, at the school house. some 'small boxes into the, house the growth in the number of those The usual monthly salary bills been he fell'dead on the sidewalk and seeking a higher education liasyoung phenominal. This vast host of ivrn nllnvvfxl ntiri'it wna riw.iflml ' was '"'vered by a rolmvd men have chosen to pursue a college .'to renew the insurance on the an who "ve ,he ;,,trm W"' course' rather than watte their time hi.ildinn and furniture, upon things of less .importance. 2.H) on the for,er,.nd MiK)tin(kc,lerf?',,'.ocrat- . Let us consider some things that led f 1 , Mr- i,t. latter. W The preiniTim . rtieni'MJnkesiriblibI.: , ijiiuu tr . l. xluuiiih; iwiu n ns t. Education increases the Earning ?87.4t for three years. well known to maiiy of our reaa- Power of the Individual. After some discussion a comers, who will regret., tu hear of mittee was appointed to make The average earning power of nnuu- educatcd nuin is not more than $150 arrangements with Win. Eaton, his suddf n dealh. per day. At this rate his eanings for who was elected at the regular thirty years, of 300 days each, would .election, to assume his duties as Stork Made 48 amount to $13,500. Suppose an edit- Town Marshal, and the same Calls Last Year cnted man should receive salary of only $900 per year, hts earnings during committee- was also empowered jail repaired and put The books of the local Regis- the same period iif thirty years would to have-thamount to $'27,500, or $18,500 more iii habitable shape, so that it will trar of Vital Statistics. . Hack The col than hii uneducated necessary to turn prisoners worth, show that durini: tiiu past lege year of' thlrty-ni- x brother. of Ave not be weeks loose as has been the case f,ry0ur there were births- days each, would amount to 720 days t , siyne time past. 44 or four school years, which are requirin (Jlay City voting A u college . John Potts, A. T. Whitt and rcnorted bv Dr. ed to get will make, education. thatlittle this figuring it plain V. T. McUuire, were named is q Marti.i, man who received 1000 per year, re the Board of Supervisors, and' There wer' also 19 deaths re ceived $18.70 for e cli day Hpent in col they will go over the Assessor lege. porUn, (hiriur tnt) Mmw report as soon as ne turns in uis J. American Youth is ambitious to I " I First Meeting P. O. Derthlch. I d I min-ute- seven- I worn-scho- ol I . . - e forty-eigh- - !f pret-inct- ,. Ira" ' ( Meteor in any Peter Rice at n P ter Rice, uged 70 years, died the home of his son, Malt Rice ar Pompey, Sunday. Mr. Rico hid been making Ins homo with another foil, Reuben near Levee, The U6 here on a visit. and luiural too!t place Monday, burial i).vn ina brilliant being in Douglas graveyard. An immense ball f fire cross-m- g the sky early Wednesday inoiuiltg, ularuiep a iiiiinbrr id timid citizens who happened to see it. A long flaming tail was attached to the ball, uud it was visible fur several minutes wnile It crossed from East to West. The light from it illumitiateJ the ui inner. Are You Hungry? When you are hungry and want a satisfying meal the best place to go to is The Home Restaurant. Good, Home Cooked Meals and Quick Service. Lunches and Short Orders. A. Fv Johnson, Clay City, Ky. Prop. achieve Success in Life. The ambition is a worthy ono. by them any accomplishment is frequent ly measured by its money value, or its guin is personal preferment mid disWhile litis may not bo the tinction. best incentive for pursuing h college course, nevertheless the facts show that in tho increiiblngly keen competitions of tho various occupations and profes sions, the man with college training has a decided advantage in gaining such distinction. A college education is seen tu bo the shortest and best course for aspiring youth. JJ'lth the dlscipllng and developing of mind which lie 1ms undergone in college, he readily surpasses his competitors who lack this thorough preparation. Innumerable cases arc on record to show that the most rapid promotions and highest distinctions labusiness and professional life have been won by those who first took time to secure a broad and thorough collego course Ap polton's Encyclopedia of American Bi ography gives sketches of over 15,000 Of theso moro eminent Americans, d are college men. It is than estintnted that ono out of ten thousand uneducated men attain such distinc tions as to merit notice la his work, while among college men one in every forty 1ms received this recognition. TU gives the college man 2V) times more chances of winning famo and distinction than his less fortunate brother The who has not a college education. higher the position or profession which wc consider, the. higher the, ratio In favor of the collego man. The College Krnd.Hte of this country one-thir- I wisli tho public to understand John Burgher and family liavo mov ed to Lexington, where lie has secured something more about my booklet that that I wrote on what the Presbyterian n position. Church was and what some of its A number from here attended the teaching was. This book Eld. P. O. trial of Marion Atkinson at Lexington Dcrthick has struck at with a very last week. A second trial is set for heavy club, but has failed to land one blow on one word or statement that 1 Jnnuary 20. have made in my booklet. We are informed that the Mint Cola I wish the readers of the Times to Bottling plant will shortly be moved know that every statement that I make to Winchester, wiierc they will have a in my little booklet is true, and that I better opportunity to build up their am ready to back up witli the proof, at steadily increasing business. Wo re- any time and any place. gret to see this business leave hen;, as And I also wish the public to underweneed it and other industries to keep stand that my booklet is not against We need a Commercial going ahead. any one, personally, except on the last Olnb here to look after matters of that page in which I refer to some things kind and encourage factories and in Dr. Edward O. Gucrrant has made dustries to locate hero nnd stay here, that on the mountain people. Theso statebut there seems little or no enthusi ments I am ready to back up with the asm along that line, every one being proof. content to let every one else shift for On the first t o pnges of my book himself. Mr. McCormiuk will also move to Winchester witli his family to are somr articles that were taken from the Presbyterian Confession of Faith. have charge of the plant. On the third page some Questions and The following little paragraph Answers, and on the fourth page is Will of God is hits the nail on the head pretty What theEld I'. O. Dertliick has not Now, well. "An exchange says that denied my booklet being facts, but lias alcohol will remove grass stains in a way tried to make it appear that from summer clothes. The ex I have applied it personally to I5ro. change is right, It will also re- - Irvin, or some other good man. This I have not done, but have published Miive sum mer clothes, and also in my booklet things that are in tho gpring and winter clothes, not Presbyterian Confession of Faith. only fronythe man wjho driulcsjt, I do' not deirji that there are some tfc'nt et!ive. Mid'are Hviujr, a but also from his wfe and chilchrislain life with their names in tho dren. It will also removK housePresbyterian church, hut I do deny hold furniture from thu house. that the Presbyterian Confession of and catubUs from the pmitry; Faith is true the smile from thu face of his Eld P. O Dcrthick claims that wc wife, and the happiness from his must recognize the rights of other men Imiiie. As a remover of thinr, to their convictions. I deny it and alcohol lias few equaL". Alcohol claim that we art not to recognize anything but the teaching of Christ. kept iiiaiiv a little uirl and boy And I deny that the Presbyterian around Stanton from having Confession is the teaching of Christ, any Christmas this year. The and that it is not in accord with the writer asked one little fellow teaching of Christ. He claims that the Presbyterian what he got for Christinas this church is a sister to the Church of year, ami he said, "Nothing" I deny that the Church of Christ. and the tears came to his eyes Christ lias any sisters. I claim that Tins writer knows that the father the Presbyterian church was organized of that little Imt received a 1.500 years from the time "that tho gallon of whiskey the dav before Church of Christ was set up. I, K. Martin Christmas.' In another home in Stanton a little girl didn't, get a tiling for Christinas, but there was an abundance of whiskey or dered. The writer has been in that home, and alcohol has removed nearly everything from it, till it is little better than a hovel. The writer was in another home of a man who ordered whiskey commemorate the birth of Christ, nnd all tho household in that home would harnlv wagiin. There were pleuty of iiihii who ordered whiskey this Christmas, who needed furniture ant food and clothing, and. other tlii nirs very badly in their homes. It must be verp painful to the Master to' know that sotuo men celebri.te His birthday in such a debauching way. w (ill a Start Our stock is Right, Begin the New Year by coming to our store to get your needs supplied. Fresh and Good, And our Prices are Right. Henry WALTERSVILLEt Waldron KENTUCKY ContiHU d o i page S THE - TIMES Women Shrink For flood Bartering Try THE WINCHESTER BANK, of Winchester, Ky. Capital Stock $19Q,000 Surplus and Undivided $200,000 . Profits Holly 'Withcrspoon, President. W..R. SDhar Cashier. A'OUJl ACCOUNT SOLICITED. f. CLEANING I AND PRESSING. ' From Modesty Condition Known A. P. Johnson - am ready to do your Clean Pressing. Gocd In (lie. old stand, next to thc'lod River Hotel. Infl and work A Democratic Newspaper Eighteen Years Old The Best Weekly In this Section. Bear Grievous Ailments Rather than wake guaranteed able. and charges reason Shampooing and S?a!p Treatmcn Orders left with J. Bloom will receive prompt attention. j Ames Williams. The subjects of complaints pe culiar to women is a delicate ojie, MVP. O'Mara Editor yet it is a plain duty to let these suHerera know that most of the derangements from which they mailEntered as second-clns- s suffer ore duo primarily to nerv tho Post pfllco at Clay City, debility. !y., undor tho Act of Congress of mis Many a suffering, woman, inUnrch 3, 1879. fluenced by shrinking modesty, mnt-tertnt POWELL JACKSON Writers of all Kinds of Fire, Life, tornado, Lightning and Hail Insurance.. We are also agents for the Illinois Surety Company and are pre pared to do ,a general Bonding busl hess. , , POWELL & JACKSON Sam W. Powell Linvllle Jackson Office In Court House. Winchester Kentucky COULD SCARCELY WALK ABOUT Kmi For Tkree hap borne this grievous condition A HOME-MADE FAPEli. without so complaint rather than make a personal appeal. When Suuner Mrs. Vin- cent Was Uiable to Atfeid to Aay ef Her Hofltework. , women say, UI am all run down, uuil weak " that nervous means t hoy are victims of the TREES. 'The new Bonn! took ofiino lait modem malady. a Such women, and they are Eriday night, and started off on nnd Ornamental Unit trees, the New Year as though they legion in every community, snf Shrubs, Grape Vine, Rhubarb, meant business. One of their fer from Headaches, backaches, Peonies, Phlox, Roses, etc. Ifrst official acts was the appoint loss of appetite and sleeplessness. EVKKY TIIIXG FOR ORCHARD, inent of n Committee to see Win. Their spirits uro always depress LAWN AKD GARDEN. Eaton, Jr , who was elected Town ed and their lives arc nor the Marshal at the recent election normally happy ones of .their XO AGEN.TS FREE CATALOGS' arid to arrange with hun to more fortueate Misters. Often, H. P. Hillenmeyer & Sons. assume his duties as soon as pos too, there are spoils of nausea, Lexington, Ky. weakness, or even fainting, thatsibie. They also empowered committee to have the jnil pu make them feel insecure and to in shape, so that there will be a wonder when they will be embarrassed, or even in danger, place to put prisoners instead For fine Watch and Clock of th"ir condition. having to turn them loose, after REPAIRING For such suffering women, Tan-lac- , a conviction. The new members ionic, issue builder, apthe appear to bo of a conservative or any work in my line, I will nature, not seeking to put undue petizer and invigorant, is ideal. be glad to haveyou call on me expense on tho citizens, but- til Taulac builds up the system, to do what they consider promote- - digefttmn and proper anxious S. V. LARISON best for the wellfare of the town assimilation of food, vitalizes the blood and brings back healthy Clay City, Kentucky. color to ho cheeks and real spar Attorney General Logan made a report to tho Legislature last klo to the eyes. 'Tanluclniay now be' obtained Week in which Instated tfint tlie Illeteracy Commission in Cluy City, at Eaton & Mc Kentucky had drawn from the State, since Guire'd and at Stanton, at '.Hard-wicWHEN YOU WANT & Co., where its merits are the creation of the Commission A SHAVE OR HAIR CUT fully exp air.ed. in July, 1014, the sum of $1,485 OR ANY 82. llus money he said, was drawn illegally, as no appropria TONSORIAL WORK And Powell "Dry!" tion had been made for the Com CALL ON mission at ho time of its crea Clay City, the hustling lfttle H. H. FHERIGO. tion, a ud was used in paymtui town on the Lexington & Eastern of telephone and telegraph tolls branch of the L & N., about 20 postage, printing and the salary .miles east of Winchester, is now of a stenographer. Mr. Logan equipped with electric lights, ac also recommended that ;if the .'cording o news received here, work of the Commission is to be and in this connection an niiius carried on, the Legislature should ing incident occurred Friday make some appropriation for its night. Tho train from Eastern VHVVF.T" maiutainence, as no more war Kfttituckv was Severn hours Into rants should be drawn on the an'ddid not arrive in'thiscity un Stato Treasurer for money for til 9:80 o'clock Friday night, this purpose. There is no doubt tralic being delayed on account & trat tho Illiteracy Commission of numerous slides in the mount has done an inestimable amourj ainB. Mr. Horace Grubtreij, a Real Estate and Insurance. of good, both in this and pther citizen of Cluy City, We Buy nnd Sell Farm and City counties, and probably the Legis was returning from a tni;, to Rr'oporty of all kinds. We have some lature will make an appropria somo of- Ilia minora! lands; in tion to continue the work. company with somo friends from nico farms in Clark and adjoining his city. When tho train reach eounties for sale or rent. Writo us Tho Attornoy General also ed Cluy City, the entire party of what you want. . We write all kinds of Insurance. .took up another matter that has men v ero puzzled ut the display been hanging firo for somo year, of light and Mr. Crabtreo did not TRACY AND STOKELY. tho question of penalties collect recognize his homo town until Office, Main Street, Winchester, Ky. od by the sheriffs of various co the train started out, when he unties, when taxes arc not paid was forced to hustle to got off. before tho 1st day of December, The plant was installed by tho It has been customary for tho I'tfarsite Company, which is" con. sheriffs to retaiu this penalty, structing a great dye plant In but tho Attorney General states Clay City. Winchester Demo tho money rightly belonged to crat. the State, and he will take 6tops to try and collect for somo years To Cure Children's Colds. back, us well as in tho future. Keep child dry, clothu com What It Is This will make n difference of fortablc, avoid exnosuro and give And several thousand dollars a year Dr Hell's Pino It is What It Teaches to the revouuo of the State. ilcagant, soothing, antiseptic, raises phlegm and reduces Single Copies Five Cents Wo have recently added some Tho first doso gives ro Fifty Copies One Dollar new typo and equipment to our ief, continued treatment with office, and we are now prepared to proper caro will avoid serious ill. For Said By Tne Anthor turn out any kind of job work for iiesK or u long cold. Don't delay L. F. Martin you oil short notice. When you troutuient. Don't let your child want that next lot of printing ufl'cr. (M a bottle Ky. Clay City, In LMt done, give us a chance at it be sist on Dr. Bell's Pine foro sending it out of tho county. 25u at Druggists. THURSDAY, JAN- - 18. 1?10 - e Pleasant Hill, N. C "I suffered for three summers," writes Mrs. Walter Vincent, of this town, "and the third and last time, was my worst. I had dreadful nervous headaches;and prostration, .and was scarcely able to walk about. Could not do any of my housework. I also had dreadful pains in my back and sides and when one of those weak, sinking spells would come on me, I would have to give up and He down, until it wore off. I was certainly in a dreadful state of In; Udtct' health, when I finally decided to try .Writl DW..Chatianeoca fWklm Co.. Hptcinl AJ. vltucy Outtanooca. Turn., for our cue and bouk. VHoum Cardui. the woman's tonic, and I firmly TiuUkoI fee Women." tint la plain wrapper. J-f 6 believe I would have died if I hadn't taken It. i, '' After I began taking Cardiii,. I was greatly helped, and.aU three bottles relieved me entirely, r I fattened up," and grew so much stronger in1 three month's, I felt like another person altogether." . CarduLls purely vegetable and gentle-actin- g. Jts ingredients have a mild, Ionic ' effect, on the womanly constitution. Cardui makes for increased strength, improves the appetite, tones up the nervous system, and helps to make pale, sallow cheeks, fresh and rosy. Cardui has helped more than a million weak women, during the past 50 years. It will surely do taf you, what it has done for them. Try Cardui today. - TEN Y&ARS AGO What did you think you would be worth ;tbday? Didn't have; much, idea" did But you were sure., you would ' be pretty well fixed financially. . k ARE YOU? How much will you be worth in the Has past experience next ten years? taught ybu anything has it taught you the wisdom of a SAVINGS ACCOUNT? ' Rgmmia tracy It should have been . , your first lesson 1 mm Clay - City National Bank Pays 3 per cent compound terest on SAVINGS in.a wll-kpow- n - STANTON Student Admitted COLLEGE, KY. STANTON, at The Any Time Presbyterian Church One of the Best Schools in Kentucky. Courses in Agriculture and Domestic Science. Review Classes in the Common Brandies will be Conduced throughout the Term. Tar-IIoiie- y. iufla-matio- By paying part of. their Expenses in Work, Students may get Rates at the Dormitory as low as $1.5o per Week, -- i,. For Information Write t Rev. J. C. Hanley, President, Stanton, Ky. to-da- Tar-Ilone- y (Continued from First Pngo) eomprlno about mm jwr cent of tho male population, over twenty-ou- o years of ngo, jot this ono per cent furnltmcs d more tbnn of the members of oongrets, over one half tho presidents, mid cabinet officer, ii ml over the Just Icon of su premo court. Kvery chief jugtice ho liucn n college graduate except John Marshal, who left college to servo hU country in tho revolutionary war. Al tho from our earliest history ns a na tion, thu pro)ortioti of dlatinxuiahed men who hare been college graduates ban always been laigc, nevertheless, with the rapid growth of our educational institution, thenumeruu:! equip ments ami more tliorougli courses of fered, the college graduate mny bo ex pec ted to be found in tho front ranks of all the learned profession) And pluy a more important part than over beforo in public life. Thut the college man U the success fit! man hai been proven iu other countries m well an our own. Meanly declared in the Ilouse of Commons that if any one would search the or Cambridge calendor for the past 500 years, he would find that the men who havo been first in tho competition of tho school, havo been first in tho competition of life. 8. Every Youth recognises that College Associations will be of Infinite Value to him in After Life. Con tart with a faculty of scholarly, cultured and able instructors; nssocin tions with men of determination of industrious and noble ideals, gives the Ntudcnt nn opportunity for the unconscious development which books eonld never furnish. The man of strong character, who is educated and energetic, finds that tho college course gives him opportunity to utilise all the energy of- tho mind and body in the development of a noble manhood. Ho finds himself in an atmosphere where he is, lifted above the ptty temptations whieh drag men down W death, and it becomes his natural bent to climb toward a strong and vigorous manhood. 4. Education develops the Student' olio-thirnt two-thirOx-fo- rd - KNOWLTON is very prevalent here, u number of peoples being confined to tinir homes with it. T. G. Colo and son, Thaddcn, were in Irvine last week, on business and returned home witn Chas. Mapol, of Irvine, A. S. of Cleveland, und J. E. Ellis, of Casey 111., who were looking ovor tho oil fields. The two wells on Jesse McKinney's place are roported to he paving ini f6auo a day. Mrs. Margaret Aimes is quite ill at this writing.'. k, Lagrippo X 1 HARD WICK t I & COMPANY Clearance Sale. semi-annu- al Semi-Annu- al .Now is the time and this is the place to save money clearance sale is on your purchases. Our Miss Nottie BrHiidenburg, who has been ill einco Christmas, is mproving. Mr. and Mrs. 0. Snowdcn and son, Willard, visited Mre. Snow- dens sister, Mrs. T. G. Cole, last week. T. G. Cole was at Nada on Thursday and Friday, taking oil leases, und visited his sister, Mrs. Susan Kwcti. Miss Lutie Hillings, from Fur nace, passed through Knowlton, Sunday, on her way to her school on Hut ton Creek. Miss Millings is a line teacher, und is giving now on. We have many real genuine bargains for you. Our Fall and Winter goods must go, and have cut the prices on many things to an extent that it will pay you to buy even should you not need them till next Fall and Winter. t Below is a list of the lines on which have made the greatest cuts: You who appreciate bargains, listen, for have general eutisgaction. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Pan on visit ed Mr. jind Mrs. John Aimes, at Mt. Canaan, Sunday. CALLOWAY'S CREEK. (Crowded out last week.) Mr. aud Mrs. VV. B. Wilt enter tained a number of hheir friends and relatives, Sunday, with a New Years dinner. cut the price half-in-tw- o on Queen Quality H -- Robert Margcrsnn is on the sick Individuality. Colleges are not for teaching special list, but is unpn ving niculy. The 'modes of gaining a livelihood. Miss Eviilinc Christunhor. of r tin r mji in iiim iTinifi'tm it iiijl. i u ntiLi: k Hurdwick, Creek., is viiliti" her the professions, but to'give opportunity! e Tor overy and the development sister, Mrs. Nelson Piickettj'Vt of our talents along va'iom lines until this place. tho individual is able to decide wisely Mrs. Oscar Unman mid dnu"h- as to what calling or profauioa he ter, Ethel visited Mrs. Cu John chould enter. There is something infinitely higher son, on lower Sa.id Hilh, Saturday to bo sought in education thauits aud Sunday. The college is to value. Mr. and Mrs. H W. Masters luy a foundation on whieh to build the life and prepare the student for Ids entertained a number i.f their (milling along his own special lino of friends last Wednesday. Those development. present were Mrs.es Mary Lucy 6. The Essential Quality necessary Wilt, Katie Powell, Nellie Mar- to the Attainment of Success, is gison, Lizzie Musters. Vida Hinds Sophia Benton. cs8er6 itusscll The man who follows the plan that and found to be a Powell made his usual call at the others have tried failure is sure to find little success home of 0. F. Masters Sunday. lie must make for niusiar a rues and Earl King i stripping tobacco toe tho make until it is complete. This is best developed by a season at for J.J Mareisnn, this week. trait self-dumoney-making patent leather shoes for women, Walk-Ove- r patent leather shoes for men and on all other ''"brands of patent leather shoes for women, Also on a lot of womens, misses and boys, misses and boys gun metal and tan shoes, misses and boys rubbers overshoes, boys long pant suits, boys and childrens underwear in two piece suits, mens and boys negligee shirts. It will pay you to look through our bargain corner up stairs. wo-men- s, 1 t Hi. Hj Hf Are also making large cuts on a lot of dry goods, mens and boys leggins, mens, womens and boys sweaters, mens and boys hats, dress caps and work caps, mens two piece suits of Wrights Health underwear, womens neckwear, wool and cotton dress goods, h? mens corduroy r pants and work suits, boys over coats. college. Hero he learns the principles of scientific doing, and this is. the secret of success. Imitation may accomplish something, but it will be very little. that coines of The knowledge, Independent thinking, and the ability to concentrate the mind upon one tiling, these are thu keys of success These keys are obtained by the col-lecourse. And with these ho is master of any and all situations that may lie is the man of the confront him. hour upon whom the people depend for assistance in thu lime of need. Parents, do you not think it wise to help that boy of yours prepare hinibclf for tho future? Stand by his side and help him now. Keep him in tho .graded departments that uru under such good management und help develop his possibilities. Young man, do you think it wise to glvo up the idea of a higher and bettor education. If in any possible nncrilco you are ablo to obtain this priceless treasure? Not ten thousand times no "'ho it requires, your very life blood and seems to be the ruin of all hupuU noii, you will sou iu the end thut yuu Tor havo selected tho proper course. tho tho way may seem hard now, th6ro will be a scaiton which will eoinpoimite, for. nil the trials and pain. That whieh Hut plena's you now you muy loose. thU college life is a life of uch preparation m will enlarge yourcHpuolty for groatur onj'oynwnt, and, In the'end, SLIDE. George Brewer left last week, for Middlotown. II L. Drake, of Kusslyn, was here on business, last week. George Faulkner went to Stan ton on business, last Monday Mrs. Dora Ad kins, of xing. ton, is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Uena McD.tiels. Mrs. Susan Ewen is imdroving nicely under treatment of Dr. M. L. Knox, of Nuda. Mrs. I. II. McDaniel is improv. ng under treatment of her rA. Hardwick & Co STANTON' KENTUCKY Maybe It Was Tied to" The Barrel And Dropped Otf In Transit t t T t V the" X X worth. which then seemed so much. For tho tho way seems firlevousj after tho bitter comes the sweet ; niul tho realization that you havo been and will bo of some real value to your fellow men, will bring to you the real splrit oi nil (linen p. brother, Dr. Arkill Congleton, of Wolfo county. She had a severe attack of lugrippu und Stamper and Allen, of Camptnn, aud County Attorney Norton, nervousness. Saturday' Owing to absensu of Attorneys there was no court hero and a full docket was carried over tilliiiQxt court. Allen could you will Hud yourself happier than if not come owing to the contract you had yielded "to the thing of'llttlo building for a now Court House Adrocate. Wo don't know why bung, Cole Hughes & Co. has received a now barrel of sorgum mo lasses' aud will have them on sale coon. It is customary for a hiiiighnUvtn come with each barat Campton being let out rel, but they failed to chip one with this one, but a soon us it comes Mat will fit it in and thun Wank deeds for sale at The the sale will aturt. Harhorville Times office,. 5 cents each. hole did not como unless it. wuh too heavy for freight und.wah sent by parcel post. Why Mon Don't Wad. Our fatr young friend Chlorlnds says the failure of some women tc get married may be attributed to tat fact that they don't stop talking leaa enough to give a man a chase te propone. New Orleani States. Wants Investigation. Mrs. Oora Wilson Stewart, whoso" action in drawing about $ 1,400 from the State, to carry on the work of tho Illiteracy Commission, has been the subject of some discussion in the Legislature, has wired from Washington to Nat. B. Sowell, State Inspector and Examiner, that she desires a full and com pleto investigation of the affairs of the Commission, iis conduct and expenditures. The criticism of the Uoniniis- sinn and of Mrs. Stewart was claimed by her friends to be very uiifji.r. and certainly it seems that $1,400 is not such a threat sum, when used tor such a pur pose, and combarod with the im tneuse sum that are wasted each year by officials of the Common, wealth. Tho work done by Mrs Stewart has been of inestimable value, to the country and State, and no voter with a sense of jus fico would criticise the expendi tures she has made. IOCAL (Too lato for last week.) What's The natter? J. E. Hers Hoitifr Mers relumed ttf.hls Mr. here, Wednesday, after behome ing in Buck's hospital at Jackson for sevetul weeks past. Mr. otera was caught between two cars while working in the railroad yardst-Neonand, as si result, had one leg amputated at Jack son, lie is now recovering mceij-Mrs- . J-E This is the 12th day of 15)10, Miss Pearl Joiios has heen very fLeap Year, and wehaveH't heard sick with a slight case of typhoid' of any wedding bells iu this ever. neighborhood yet. Mrs. Lela Holmes, wns at Dang during tho holidays, visit-inMrs. Whaley is very ill with ville, her daughfer,.Miss Opal, u ho lagrippc. is attending school "there. Tom and Allen Rose wero in n. S. Martin, of Genet, was in town Monday. W. E. Kerns, of Winchester, was in town last week. It's a Girl g , II. Q. Orabtree was in' Beaty-vill- e this week on business. There will be services at the .Methodist church Sunday morn-ins- ; nni evening by Brc. MeUlurr. Mr. and Mrs. J. U; Adams re- turned home Monday. from New York Uurt llagius, ot .Jackson, is . visiting his sister, Mr. 0' Mara, for a few days. Master James Searles arrived home Monday, from llnoxville, Teiiii., where he spent the holi M.-P- days. Cockerham, one of the John prominent farmers of Leo county, was in town last Friday and 11 St-urday. Atkinsjn Acquitted Bro. D. H. Mutherly w8 wear-ndaughter ofMr. Mers is-a broad smile Monday morn ago on business' ing over the arrival at his house Harrv Curry. i" town a few days and called at homo of his sister of a 9 pound girl The newcomer Mrs. G. M. Knox. ' Dlr'd's Life or Value. has been named Phoebe M. Investigation In Gbrmany has shown Mr. John Bugher will movo that the partridgo cats the, seeds ot his family to Clay City in a few many noxious weeds and insects deSupervisors Busy. structive to plant life, therefore days. We regret. to have them protection. leave Stanton. The Count Board of SuDervi Misses Mabel and Bcul.ih Knox sors has been in session at Stan Mrs. Chester Ballard, of Lexand Master Berlin will leave soon ton for several days, ami have not ington, returned to her home at for a visit, to the home of their yet completed their labors. They Lexington Monday, nfter n w eeks grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. V. 0. arc making a thorough investigavisit with friends hore. Martin, of Genet Ky. tion of the Assessor's books, and Virgil Frazier left a few days it is reported that there will be a Liven op Yoar'rorpid Lhcr. ago for Middletown, Ohio. Viriril number of increases. The Board To keep your liver active u?e of W. S McDonald, said if ho didn't like Middletown They M. F. Osborne, Jesse Orowo, W. Dr. Kins' New Lire Pdls. he would seek father. relieve digestion, insure good H. Norton and . M. Ketinon. Mr. ami Mrs. Tilford Abiur constipation, and tone up the have been very sick with grippe whole system keep your eye but are better at present. Advertising in The Times w:U clear and our skin fresh and Only 2od at Miss Laura 'Morton has been pay you. If you don't believe It healthy looking. let us convince you by a trial. very sick, but is better now. vour Druggist. a r -- Mr. Cockerham is thinkMarion Atkinson was acquitea in Lexington last week on the ing of locuting here. charge of murder, Judge Kerr Next Sunday will be Rally Day giving tho jury preemptory in- at the Clirislia.ii church for the structions to that effect when it Loyal Sous Class, and all mem was brought out, after tho pros- bers are requested to come at ecution had closed their case, lOo'clock, and bring their friends that the indictment was made Mr. C. W. Duncan returned out wrong. It appears that the as presented when Wednesday morning faom Lo!an, indictment, the trial was commenced, showed West Va., where he. had been that Oonleo had been shot in spending a week with his mother, Fayette county, and tho county who has heen quite ill for the attorney .contended that the past few weeks words, Powell county, had" beeir Mrs. Searles, who spent the erased from the document. The Christmas holidays at Kuoxaille, grand jury, which is uow in was called to Joilet, 111 , by the session at Loxinutmi is invest i illness of her mother, with pueti. gating the matter, and has also tnonia, but death had taken place another indictment before her arrival. returned against Atkinson, although his Town Marshal, Win. Eaton, attorneys claim that ho cannot assumed his duties a few days be tried again for the same ago, and the hoys will have to offence. be more careful now about their "cutting up," or they wiil find F,r Rheumatism. themselves in trouble. As soon as an attack of Iiheu Mr. 11. Q. Garret t is interested matism begin apply Sloan's Lin- - iu a uow plHiit in Winchester, ement Don't waste time and callod the Premier Manufacturing suffer unnecessary agony. A few Company. They will manufacdrops of Sloan's Liniment on Un ture ludie.s wear. affected parts is all you nerd. J. B. Hall, of Lexington, and The pain goes at once. George lion, of Winchester, were A grateful sufferer writes: I was suffering for three weeks with here Monday, attending a meet-iuof the Directors of the Clay Chronic Iiueumatism and Stiff City National Bank. neck, although. I tried many med ioines, they failed, and I was un Tho names of those who havo der tbe care of a doctor. Fortu been confined with ia grippe natoly I heard of Sloan's Lini would more than All a column ot ment and after using it three or the paper. All are recovering four days utn up and well. I am now. employed at the biggest depart-men- , The Kentucky Farmer's Union store in S. F. whero they tield their regular annual meet omuloy from six to eight hundred ing in Lexington last week, and hands and they surely will hear o u. uauer was a all about Sloan's Liniment. II. intra bee of the Executive Com B. Smith. San Francisco, Oal. inittee for the. coming year. Jan. 1915. At all Druggists. Mr. J. Q Rogers left Wcdnes day for Mountain Springs, Kstill Moves To Towa county, whero he will visit his mother, who has been ill for some Through the hurly-burl- y of the time with lagrippc. Mrs. Rogers holiday season we overlooked a iu 81 years of ago, and her poor great many things, ouo being the health le causing some anxiety. fact that Dr B. S. Broaddus, for J. M. Spencer, of Menifee, and several years a successful prao titiouer of tho Millers Greek see Bert Spencer, of Michigan, spent Hon, about the middle of Decern a few days lust week with their her removed with his family to sister, Mrs. E. R. Reynolds. this city, and is rapidly building I'hi6 was the first time iu llfteon up a nice practice. Estill Tribune years that Bert and his sister had Dr. Brouddus is a brother of met. They left here to visit Mrs. O. II. Mackoy, and is well other relatives iu Wolfe county. known to many of our readers. Kentucky Laws Made Plain," is the tit to of a handy little book being distributed by the Olny Advertise in Tho Times. g Mrs. Ash Jones visited her mother, Mrs. Mcintosh, of Hatton' Creek, Monday. Catarrh Cannot Be Cured with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they cannot rench the seat of the disease, Catarrh la a blood or constitutional dis ease, ami in order to cure it you must take internal remedies. Hall's Catarrh Cnro is taken internally, and acta di rectly upon tho blood and mucous sur face Hall's Catarrh Cure Is not quick medicine. 'It was prescribed "y one or the best physicians iu thiscpun try for year? and is a regular prescrip Uon. It is composed of the best tonics known, combined with the best blood purifier?, acting directly on the mucous surfaces. Tho perfect combination of the two ingredients is what produces such wonderful results in curing cat. arrh. Bend for tettmnni1, frf e. F. J. CHENEY &VO , Props., Toledo, O. REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE CLAY CITY NATIONAL, at Clay City, in the State of Kentucky, at the close of business RESOURCES. ;. Loans and discounts , Overdraft!, unsecured U. S. bonds deposited Circulation, ( par value). . . Securities other than . bonds (not including stocks) owned unpledged Subscription to stock of Federal Reserve: bank, 12,000 te U.-B. BANK Dec. 81, 1315 - .. ,. 583,801.08 1,078.83 25,000.00 20,081.25 '" ,otxxn l.ooo.co 2,700.00' I, HUHKIU T Due from Federal Unserve Bnnk ...a....... Due from approved reserve agents in, New York, Chicago and St. Louis '.. 174.40 Due from npproved, reserve agents in other reserve cities ,004.81....- - 0,785.21 8.21 Duo from other batiks and bankers 75.21 Fractional currency, nickels and cents ..r. , ... . 405.00 Kotos of other national banks Lawful' Monet Kkskrvk in Dank : 0,P4i.G5 . Total coin and certificates 1,250 00 Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer (not moro than'Sitf of cir'l'n) JIUUSU, f . . g ... ... ., .... Total 140,047.24 8old by DriiRRists, price 75c. Take Hall's Family Pills for constipa tion. LIABILITIES. d in Capital Surplus fund Undivided profits Less current expenses, interest and taxes paid Circulating notes Net mountduo approved reserve agents Duo to banks and bankers Demand deposits: Individual deposits subject to check Cashiers checks outnaiialne Total deposits sto-kpai.- , i.t .' ..... T.047.60 1,248.28 :!fi,0G0.(X 8,000 00 2,607.17 .$24,70000 1,867.21 Eastern State Nor mal Year Book Wo hnve rereived a verv bond omelv entten un vear bonk of the Eastern State Normal at Richmond, describing the courses of study at that pcIiooI. .....2,225.88 80.253.14 340.2 80,50958 .. p Total $149,917.21 State ok Kentucky, Codktt of Powell, m: Whitt, Cashier, of the above named bank, do solemnly. Bwcar that tho above statement is true to tho best of my knowledge and belief." How to Cute Colds. A.T. Whitt, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 1Kb day of January, 1010 v Avoid exposure and drafts. Eat W. X. Adams, J. C. O. i C. right. Take Dr. King's New Dis Correct Attest: ) Geo Hon covery. It is prepared, from' Pine J no. D. Atkinson, Directors. James li. Hall, ) Tar, healing balsams and mild Dr. Kinc's New Dis xh fives. covery kills and expels the cold genus, soothes the irritated throat and allays iuilumntion. It heals the mucous membrane. Search hh you will, you onnnol fiud ujiet-te- r cough and cold remedy. Its use over 45 years is a guaranteo I, A. T. 1 of satisfaction pa-trun- City Nntionl Bank to their rio book contains a summary of all the laws of the state, and much other valuable iuformn-tion- . s. Dr. and Mrs. Gage returned home Monday from Washington, where Dr. Gage was before Con gress in an effort to havo the dye industry iu this country protected by turiff from unfair competition by the Germans. The bill passed its second reading and wilt come' up for further discussion by Con gress at a laicr date. When in, Winchester conic to my shop for 6hoo repairing of all kinds while you wait. Send shoes by parcel post tiny time ami reI uce ceive prompt attention and good wprk. only the best muteriaLand .my prices are right. first-clas- s 1 have an shoo repairing factory. . Chas. Balmut 19 N. Main St. Winchester, Ky,