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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): December 28, 1916 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1916 cla1916122801_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.): December 28, 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. THE CLAY .CITY T I VI KS n t . J. E Burgher, Publisher. '' We are Here to Help Clay City, the Surrwnding Country and Ourselves. .PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. -- V VOL. XXI. CLAY CITY, KYM THURSDAY. " - DECEMBER 28. JOlC. - NO. b2 i George FwAner. .George Fuulkner, oue of the rnostprQmipenJk cij.izeii8.of. row-fcounty, 'died at- - his home at Jijade, 'Decemibei. $th, alter a brief flfness at the ace of 58 Funernl services were Vcars. rTeld'at the homo by Rev. John "$on of Middletown, Ohio, and burial took place in the family cemetery nearby. The deceased hacPbeeu elder of the Christian church at Slade for many years, and his death is mourned by a great number of friends and relatives. He 18 survived by a wife, two 80U8 and twodaughters; three brothers, Louis, Alvin and Miles Faulkner, of Stunton, atid a sister, Mrs. Ide Boone, also of Stan ton. The community at 'large joins in expressing sympathy for 0 s -- the bereaved family and grief at the death of w valued a neighbor and friend, who lived a life wherein right ruled, and whose place will ever retrain vacant in the hearts of those who knew him. . Will Move to Winchester. Burrel Akers, Roadmaster for the L. & . division, has been H. G. ORABTREE, transferred to the W.&I. division . . District Game Warden. and will move to Winchester at some early date. Mr. Akers has Found a Bee Tree on a Limb. held the position with the L. & E. A. P. Johnson, and Harry Shat-tucnumber of years", residing in while out hunting, the day Qlay City the greater past of the after Christ maB, on Edwin Rose's tine anditLis.witlureEret tbtffc Klian"acKss a Iotv of jiftney vc Wi'h that hft 52S est! raM cuiuu uueu wiiii pure wuuowu- ,ble family arHnnlSt0 leae e.y 'hanging frorathe limb "of our city. maple, tree.. r ' ere all dead, evi The ees Death of Mrs. Ed Martin. Mrs. Lena Martin, wife of Ed dently having frozetf daring the They got yearB, preceding cold days. Martin, aged twenty-fiv- e several sheets of honey, sealed who has been very low for some time passed away Thursday, Dec. over and fine, and afterward 21. She leaves, besides her hus- went buck aud got a bucket full. This la probably the first inband, three small children, aud stance recorded in which bees her parents, Mr, und Mrs. D, D. Funeral services were lived and made honey among the Potts. held Saturday at Powell's Valley branches of a tree. Church by Elds. W. A. Smethers aqd Albert Easter. k hunting, especially: . Will you carefully read this letter? Will you spend a )lt of time in helping onr State protect the birds through the winter? If you will, it will be greatly ap predated by our State game aud fish commissioner?, and our ex ecutive agent, J. Quincy Ward, who is doing so much, to.prnuct our birds and game of all kinds. Will yon stop to think that our State is spending thousands of dollars to protect- our came so you and I can hunt with some By pleasure and protection? scattering' on your farms some corn or Some seeds of some kind, where the little tender fellows cnu find it, you will bridge them over another year. By so doing, you will help our Stato in carry ing out one of its most important laws. This law is worth much to our farmers. It protects his birds, it protects his stock, and in a few years will'give him a'place to hunt and something to hunt for, with pleasure. Most respectfully yours, - Feed the Birds. To all who are interested in bird . OUR CLUBBING RATES. Wood-Pott- s. - Green Wood, 10 and Miss Bertha Potts,18 were quietly married Christmas day at the home of the bride, who is 1i daughter Mr. ,.r If. M A Titlo rnolrllmr nnnr Powell's Valley. The groom is a sou of Mr. 0. M. Wood. Elder Win. A. Smether.8 tied the nup- tial knot. i Child Dies of Pneumonia. Little Edgar, the sis year old son of Jesse and Alice Muncy died of pneumonia at their home Burial in this city Dec. 20. Thursday at Powell's Valleyj funeral services being first conducted by Elder Wni. Smethers. Married in Winchester. Miss Ida B. Smith and L.Wlth-erhold- , both of the Vaughn's Mill neighborhood, went to Winchester, Vedpesdy,. Dec. ?Otu,. where Uiey procured license and were married. Of course everybody wants their homq paper, and other periodicals too. To furnish these to our subscribera, The" Times has arranged some attractive combinations. Here they are, pick out what you want and send in your qrder: No. 1. The Clay CityTimes, Daily Evening Post, Home & Farm,Today'8 Magaxine, Woman'sWorld, HomeLife all one year, and' beautiful 1917 Calendar, 80,00 value, 13.50 alitor, - - No. 2. The Clay .City Times, and Cincinnati Post, daily, - - 3.40 both onevyear, No, 3. The Clay City Times, Louisvlllelleraldjdally, Inland Farmer, Industrious Hen andToday'uMagasiue 3.25 all one year for - No. 4. The Cay CUy Times, Weekly Epquirer, Farm & Fireside and McCall'sMaga-line- , 1.00 all quo year for and Orange Judd The Times Farmer or Southern Far 1.40 ing, aud Knqujrer alonn, 1.35 Time fifflbs and Inland Farner, 1 25 Vernon Christopher, of Mid dletown, Q., spent the holidays ' with his" fcfreuts'.Mr. and Mrs. II. F, Christopher at Spout Suring. . Only Uuee topre Jiys in.whieh. to get .T,b T;inie(6r 75 aunts.. After Jan. 1st, the. pi fee will' be. ' .i..n- ! Tiw a'ad Home & Farm, 1 25 Yqu eertalnjy should find the claw e( readipj; y.oji dwire from " (her alMve list. . " i Death of Geo. P. Douglas: Mr. George P. Doughs died Every kern tfcat goes into the makeup of The Times has more than doubled Friday, December 22 at the home n cost in the past few yean. In addition to this all forms of living expensof his daughter, Mrs. Julia West,, es have also neaily doubled. These conditions make an increase in our at Richmond. Funeral serviced rates for both subscription And advertising absolutely necessary to enable us were held at Mrs. West'3 rest, loss. If every subscriber should pay cash at the old rate to exist without a donee and the remains taken to subscription, based on die present cost of producing the paper, we would of Mt. Sterling Monday aliil buried lose $ 66 per year, and our time in. getting It out. To overcome this loss in the Mt. Sterling cemetery. we have raised the subscription price of the paper to ONE DOLLAR Mr. Douglas was 82 years old and per year, and no subscriptions after Jan. 1,191 7' will be received for less is survived by eight children, a!l than that amount But In order to equalize matters as much as possible.we of whom, except Mrs. Geo. Garwill accept subscriptions to The Times at 75 cents per year until Jan. I st rett, of Lexington, III., were at If you- desire to save 25 cents on your 1917 subscription, see that the pathe funeral. Mr. Douglas was a per is paid for before Jan. I st, as positively after that date no subscriptions brother to Mrs. Geo W. Clark, of will be, received for less than one dollar per year. Until Jan. 1st, 75 cents. this county. Mrs. Sam Carr,' of t his city, and Mesdames Geo. W. Bush and John W. Burton, tof ORPHANS'OME ITEMS. 5TANT0N. Vaughn's Mill, nieces of the de(By P. Derthick.) ceased, attended the funeral at. The children; ot the Sunday John Chaneyleft. this week for Richmond. School of the Presbyterian church his work at Irvine, after spending rendered theirphristmis program Evidence of Prosperity. Sunday afternoon at 8 p.m. A Xmas with his family. s Prosperity iu tho is number of visitors were present ' Jnuett Boone who Is in a bank undisputably well pictured by and expressed "themselves as be- in Louisville is spending a few the growth of bank deposits in ing well pleaded with the pro days with home folks. the Lexington banks, which, last. gram. The tree lyvas appropriateAlice Patrick and Janie John- Monday were $0,275,958.19. This ly decorated and at the close of son are spending vacation at the arriounts to $231 90 for every citthe service was lighted for a short Orphan Home izen of Lexington, basing the at Clay City. time with candles. After the population at 40,000 Deposits Charley Jackson of Cincinnati Searles made a pastor's on the same-da- y of 1915 totaled They very interesting talk on Christ as is vieitlnir his mother. $7,589,907.90, making an increase the Linht, comparing it to the were at Gordenton last Week: of 81,086,050.23 for this year. one candle lighting all the rest. Selrioti. Chaney has returned . BOWEN, Monday morning the presents from Middltown, Ohio, where he has been for the past five months. Virgil Atkinsriti and 'Wm.''Gar-ret- t were given outyto the children in ' 1 , were, out in .the High Rockn the Fohopl room. It was not as Mrs,. J. 0. Ilanley returned bountiful " asjast year but they Saturday from Jier Christmas va. couutry Monday,. J , eujateu what wasivetn ver Cation to her people at New.Cas- - John Orabtree andiamily from. Uleyelttjj J,. U, .are visiting relal much". Some' thought t lie had a better Christmas than last Miss Ixeta Derthick a'hd Mas. tives back here in the old home , year, and ttrfs was true of thoBe ter Hi Hip, attended by their fath- country. who had persons specially inter- er, took in the tsights at LexingMrs. Noble McDonald is much ested in them. . improved after suffering for some ' ton last Friday. time witli rheuqatjsm. Dr. G. S The Sunday School of Upper Mrs. Margaret Vance and her Hurdwicks Creek, through Mr. daughters, Elif und Eloise, are McDonald, of Hiedelb'erg, "was Estes brought us some fine corn visiting relatives in Lexington here to see her. Mrs. David Gilbert, of Bear meal, causage, turkey und chick- during the holidays. Track in Lee county, spent sev en. We certainly appreciate this Misses Catherine Baker and eral days this week and last with local interest in providing for Elsie Perkins left Friday for their her daughter, "Mrs. Green Kinser, the food Bupply. Being limited homes in Tennessee, to be with returning home Tuesday. to a certain amount each mouth, their folks during holidays. Bob Stamper and his son Tom, provisions of any kind will Miss Julia Rnbbms is home who have been working at Cinvery acceptable. be from Berea for the holidays.-A- il cinnati, and. Miss Nellie Stumper Janie Johnson and Alice Pafc jof Bro,..Rihbiris children took who has been. at work at Lexingrick are spending their vacatidu dinner with him at the old home ton, are home here for the holiat the Homo. Through the ef- 8teiui OhriBtmai Day. days. forts of the B.' B. 13. Club, the Mr. Sherman, an oil operator, Miss Beatrice Blount enterabove girls were made unusually tained last Wednesday evening has been moving his drilling rig happy by tha pretty new outfits from here to Dave Profitt?s. It which the. ladle provided for in honor of her frieud, Miss took about 50 mules,, they say, to of Pennsylvania,- - who is move it all; aud even then they them. spending vacation with her. have lots of trouble. Miss Beatrice Blount, , who Miss Lena Holman, of Terre Mr. aud Mrs. Ad Caudill, of taught at the Home last year, Richmond, Ind., are here visit- Haute, Ind., who was visiting and her friend, Miss Malone, relatives here last fall, is now a spent Tuesday at the Home. The ing this week. Mr. Caudill came Government teacher at Mission, children were glad, to see her to see liis father, A. D. Caudill South Dakota, teaching domestic again. The North seems 'to agree of Hatton creek, who is very sick. science to Iuditm children. Marion Hattou was shot and. with ber, physically. Miss Julia Evans is spending badly wounded, on the North holiday vacation at her home Fork, not far above hero, ChristSeveral friends made possible a her Miss Alice mas day. It seems not certainly' good Christmua.dinner of turkey at Otisco, Indiana. and oysters. It.is hardly neces- Hope and Prof. Johnson are at known who did tho 6hootiug. Ho sary to say that( the children en their homes in Pennsylvania. was taken to u Lexington hosHave not learned where the oth- pital Tuesday night. joyed them. Miss Maud Bowen, our teacher. er teachers went. had"' a Christmas tree nt the Mt. Sterling Judge Retires. . Mrs. Bohannan and Guy Crowe church last Friday night at which aud wife attended the Educa- both her pupils aud tho Sunday Judge 0. 0. Turner of Mt. SterSchool children got und ling will retire . from the Appel- tional division meeting at Clay everything went off presentsRev. nicely. City last Friday where a good late Bench, Jan. 1st, leaving Richard Crowe, of Stanton, then that judicial body without a program wus given. This dis- preached a fine sermon approprirepresentative from Mt. Sterling trict division meeting will be ate5 to the 'occasion." held at Stanton on Friday of this for the first time in forty-ninweddings wa$ a qUiet affair, with years, The Judges from Mt. week. the immediate relatives and Sterling, serving in the order Herman Hall, of Middletown, friends present. A. J. Berrv of named, are : Judges B. J. Peters, 0, and Misa Edna Morris were Cleveluud, Ohio, but vho is ,t W. A. Holt. Jedge Hazelrigg, married at the home of her moth, present in the oil fioldsj aud for Edna,' wlis- working, fi.' 0. O'Rear, bt. II. Winn er, Mrs. Henry Morris;' by the whom wedding, 'They .will was at the ' and 0, 0,'Turner;,f writer, on Christmas da)?. The inejruuiutun iuiyuieiowu, make -- TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS- - 1 Blue-gras- talk,lr. i 1 Ma-lone- y e - uuio. 4 THE TIMES. J. E. Burgher, to have, knows this is true. Hut no, we must hive another commission, the members to draw 31,000 each with 820,000 fortrav- Publisher. oling expenses, etc., which with tho extra office expenses will cost mail mat- at least $80,000 year, or $3,000 a Entered as second-clas- s ter at tho Post Offlco at Clay City, month, and why? .Simply to get Ky., under tho Act of Congress of more money for the politicians Slarch 3, 1879. to squander. "The scheme to increaee the A HOME-MAPAPER. assessable valuations of real estate and exempt almost entirely intangible property, hence we THURSDAY, DEC. 28, 1010. say the measure is. virtually a sinTHE PROPOSED TAX LAW. gle tax measure and sinca it creThe State Tax League has call ates another useless commission, od our attention to the fact fran- is a pork barrel proposition, pure Why should not the chises of corporations are io be andssiinple. woikof this proposed "commis taxed by counties, contrary to a former report in this paper. We sion be done without extra com gladly make amends, but still we pensation, by some three of our have no better opinion of the state officers already liaudsome-lpaid and by no meaus over proposed new tax law, and believe it is a scheme to protect the worked? - "Til pnnnliiDinn ivnnfr. tit X'n moneyed interests, and that the, burtleu of the taxes will event- make this prediction: If the ually fall on the farmer. And farmers of Kentucky permit this papers of the bill to become a law, within five other State are of like opinion. Head years they "will be paying twice the following from the Mt. Ster- as much taxes as they now pay ling Advocate which voices the on the number of acres. "Poor old Kentucky, now pay situation as it really i6, and we ing double what an efficient-gomight, add that the Advocate is always on the riahf- side ii every ernment anight, to cost needs ma ny things, but one of them is cermoral and equitable question. The Advocate speaks as fol- tainly not the creation of auy more useless offices." lows : "Our tax laws are unjust, arIu an adjoining county 6eat a chaic and a proven failure and ought therefore be thrown in the few days before Christmas we sci up heap. Knowing these things saw a young man at the court it is with genuine regret that ew house in a secluded spot working cannot subscribe to the changes hard to hide on his person a proposed by the commission ap- quart, bottle of liquor. He final pointed, by the last Legislature ly succeeded. Later we were in to draft a suitable revenue bill the Olerk!8 office and this young which. proposed bill was recently man came in and got a license to marry. Poor girl. made public. DE y free-thinkin- Rift l mnkulA9,.K& wM&wmtmmmmBm P. A. puts new joy into the sport of smoking ! mmm gBrtFssa mm mmmm IHaBSlI . rocessIpatemted REYNOLDSrOBACCQtOMPAHT JijOmi u ,i ulullll uitiif t ti i in fiMi ii may live to and never feel old enough to vote, but it's certain-sure you'll not know tho joy and YOU irrFiiiTi friendly old jimmy u pipe or a hand rolled cigarette unless yon get on talking-term- s with Prince Albert tobacco P. A. comes to you with a real reason for all the 1 "BITE THE IDNGUE contentment of a g You can smoke it long and hard without a comePrince Albert has always been sold without coupons or premiums. We prefer to give quality! Prince Albert affords the keenest pipe and cigarette enjoyment! And that flavor and fragrance and coolness is as good as that sounds. P,A. jus back! goodness and satisfaction it offers. It is made by a patented process that removes bite and parch 1 v answers the universal demand tor tobacco without bite, parch or kick-bac. k! Print Alhtrt h told ovoryuhon humidor with top that koopt tho tobtcco in aucA iplandid condition. iponat-moltttn- in loppy rod bagi, Sc; tidy nil lint, IOcj handtomo pound and half-poun- d and lilt humidor that clooor cryttahgtaao pound Introduction to Prince Albert isn't any harder than to walk into the nearest place that sells tobacco and ask for "a supply of P. A." You pay out a little change, to be sure, but it-- the cheer-fulle- st investment you ever made I s - the PRINCE 'ft. J. Reynolds Tflbacco Co., Winiton-Salo- national joy smoke N. Albert 1916 by R. J. Reynolds Tobacco'Co. I C Copyright the We got a nice load of coal tfe- of the cities are well pleased livered in our bin last week for with the new bill, since it virtu-alli0 cents per bushel. At the exempts mortgage bonds, same time other towns outside of notes, stocks and other forms of Powell county nre compelled to personal property, while coaj, pay as high, as 25 cents for coal. oil and gas are not eveu mentionClay City, it seems, in 6ome ways ed. The commission says the is better off than our neighbors. proposed changes will raise more We have dealers who deal for re'venue, yet in an effort to lull fair profits. the landowners of the state into inactivity, a reduction of the Louisville merchants boast that tax rate from fifty-fivcents to their trade this Christmas exceed forty cents is urged. Mark you ed that of laBt Christmas by fully this DECREASE in rate is to 50 por cent. This sounds like INCREASE revenue. How is it prosperity in iu the wake of the to be done? It is very simple. calamity howlers just before 'A new commission composed the Presidential election last of three members is given sweep fall, ing authority over county assess ing boards, with power to make Sloan's Liniment "Eases Pain expense of at the Sloan's Liniment is first thought rtie counties. As we see it, we of mothers for bumps, bruises and have too many commissions al sprains that are continually hapen-inready. We have one which to children. Itquickh penehandles the penal institutions. It. trates and soothes without rubbing. meets monthly for a day or possi bly two. We have another which THE WINCHESTER BANK, meets about as often to control the charitable institutions. The of Winchester, Ky. tt'p'rk of both and the duties of the proposed tax commission Capital Stock $100,000 could be done bv one commission Surplus and Undivided and every other day bo a holiday $200,000 Profits for the members of it. Then too, v e have a Fish and Game ComN. Holly Withcrspoon, President. mission with many deputies 'u a Cashier Fire Marshal with many deputies, W. R. Sphar s a Hotel Inspector and 'deputies; two or three extra lawyers em- YOUR ACCOUNT SOLICITED ployed to assist the Attorney General, who already has more assistance thau he needs, and we might go on and enumerate mauy other fat places now existing which are of no public service HIGHEST PRICES PAID whatever and ought to be RamlltaDC MttUd on Day SLiptntnt U Rcii ad These-- useless places cost No Commission to Pay the people of the state, directly ' Writ, tot PrU. LUt A and indirectly, thousands upon Skipping T money-changer- 'Naturally s y $ i Money In the Bank IS something everybody wants IS something, everybody needs V t e . that ,1S something that IS something that IS something that IS something .IS g create? happiness .v gives comfort everybody can have is positively assured-I.something-tha- t encourages the habit of saving The practical and certain way to Save" . . t t t 4. Deposit Some Honey Regularly in this Bank and See How the Saving Habit Grips' You jay City National Bank,, Clay City, Ky. 3 :- . INTEREST PAID.ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS abol-itlje- thousands of dollars annually, and every man who has as much knowledge of governmental as a ten year old boy ought M. Sabel & Sons LOUISVILLE. KY. af-fai- rs Cleaner utid more effective than For niussy plasters or ointments. reumutio aches, neuralgia pain and that grippy corentss after colds, Sloan' Liniment gives (irotnpi relief. Huve n bottle, bundy for bruises, filming, sprains ffnd all exFor tho thousands ternal pain. whose work culls them outdoors, the pains and aches following exposure ait relieved bySloan's Liniment. At all Druggists, 25c. Notice to Hunters. 3 ! Presbyterian Church. All persona are hereby . notified Sunday School ut 10 a.m. and ill"7b,allowed preaching service every Sunday no hunting that upon thelandi-o- f theunderilgned. morning ui H u. in. Ever) body welcome. Seott, E. 1). Curtis, Edwin Hose, For Oood Darberlng Try J. 12. BuryUr. A. P. In the old Johnson ' Additional names uddet to ubove tor 25 cents each. I'rintea. cards "PORTED", two for ttvo'cents'. stand, next to the Red River Hotel, ! .. .1 o..i I ci jiiMiiuiiiiiiii v ami Traill T iridiiiHBiitI PRETTY WOMAN TELLS. SECRETS Reveals liow Slis Won Sparx-lin- g A TO RESUME RAILWAY INQUIRY AFTER MARCH 4TH ' Eyes and Rosy Cheeks. "TAHLAG DID IT" SHE SAYS Postponement Forced by Press . ndopted. There seems to be n general agreement, howovcr, that many of the difficulties which confront the railroads and which moke ft Impossible for them to raoel the rcnuiremonta of tho nation's commerce promptly and satisfac torily arise from the haphazard and often conflicting measures of regulation that have been adopted from time to time by the federal government and the forty-eigh- t states and that what. Is needed Is n well, ordered, systematic scheme of federal regulation that'sjiall possible for the railroads to provide the extensions and Improved facilities so badly needed, while at the same fully' the public interests. THE UNIVERSAL CAR a of Congressional Business. ACTION COUNTRY s Mrs. Lewis O. Starr, of Cleveland, to Admiring Friends How Oho Got Healthy Color Back "Hov Well' You Are 'Looking", They Exclaim. Cheerful and Happy, Too. Con-fido- DEMANDS Washington, Dec. 18. The CongresCALL ON sional Joint Committee on Interstate your have dark rings under them Commerce, which has been conducting unci life hardly seems worth living H. H. KIERIGO. the Inquiry hito government regulation and control of transportation, last you want rosy checks, elenr, sparkweek decided to suspend Its hearings ling eyes, restful sleep at night, boundon the snlijject and adjourned; subject TREES. ing red blood and perfect health-J- ust , to the call of the chairman, because of take "Tanlae." , the pressure of other work before "ConThis Is the advice of Sirs. Florence gress. According to the resolution cre- FRUIT AND fall. Di. 'i KEES, Hturr, of 17SO East CSth sL, Cleveland. ating the committee, It Is required to She la a charming young matron, wlfo submit a report by January 8thnext. Shrubs, Ornpe Vines, Khubarb, of Lewis C. Starr, of the Ilobblng Con- - It is understood that before that time Peonies, Phlox, Hoses, ete the committee will ask for 'an extenrefgyw sion of time and that the hearings will Free Illustrated Catalog be resumed nt a later date, when some No Agents: of those who already have appeared before the' committee will be questionEVERY THING FOR ORCHARD. ed further and a great many others LAWN AND GARDEN. will be heard. It Is probable, however, that the hearings will not be resumed until after adjournment of Congress H. F. Hillenmeyer & Sons. on March 4th. In addition to regular Lexington, ' Ky. routine business the commerce 'com-- , mlttecs of the two houses are charged Nurserj tspr: zlr.c- - 1841. with the Important duty of preparing legislation asked , and presenting the for by President Wilson to makelm-possibl- e a railroad strike without previous Investigation. This will leavo Heart Disease - Almost little or no time for the consideration railway of the general questions of Fatal to Young Girl regulation. "My daughter, when thirteen years o!l, was stricken with heart, trouble. Country Wants Something Done. She was so bad we had to place her Members of Congress and others bed near a window who nre Interested In the Inquiry, unso sho could cet dertaken by the Ncwlands Commlttco One her breath. Insist that thcro Is no intention of, doctor said, 'Poor abandoning It. . --child, she is .likely. - It eeo ins .doubtful, Indeed, id tho to fall dead any couiitry would iermlt the matter to A" friend time.' be dropped If there were evidence of a told me Dr. Miles' of Congress to do desire on thc-pa- rt Remedy had Heart evidences xf In so. The nation-wide- cured her father, terest evoked by the Initiation of tho so I tried it, and she began to imNewlands Inquiry show that the peoMRS. LEVIS C. STARR, Who Atprove. Sho took ple of the country shippers, consumtributes Rosy Cheeks to Tarvlac. a great many botas well as railway ers and Investors, tles, but she Is vcylug licit Co. Mrs. Starr is a living men themselves are alive to the fact spared to me to day, a fat. rosy picture of the value of her advice. that the railway situation Is highly cheeked girl. No one can Imagine the and that steps must be confidence I havo in Dr. Miles' Heart Restored to Health. taken without uniiecessuiy delay to Itcmcdy." A. It. CANON, Worth, Mo. Mrs. Starr says that Taulnc bns done wore for her health than any remedy makee It possible for the railroads to The unbounded confidence Mr. ineet-thgrowing needs of the nation. Khtj ever tried before. She said: From reports received here It seems Canon has in Dr. Miles' Heart Remday I livrd of Tan"I consider tho oredy 13 siiarcd by thousands of lac the luckiest one of my life. I never as though almost every commercial ganization and business Interest In the others wht know its value from knew .before liow much good a medicountry were engagtfd In studying the experience. Many heart disorders cine could do In such a short time. u!l run down. I suffered from railroad question. The Chamber of yield to treatment," if the treatment "I was dizzy spells and sometimes a "kind of Commerce of tho United States has is right. If you are" bothered with been conducting an elaborate Inquiry fulling pcusutlou. sliprt breath, fainting spells, swellInto various phases of the subjt for Csuld Get No Rest. many months past. Many local and ing of feet or ankles, pains about "'I would toss and roll all night and state commercial bodies in every part the heart and sh'oulder blades, palpitation, weak and hungry spells, seemed to get no rest from my fitful of the country have committees endifferent; no gaged In study f the problem and you should begin using Dr. Miles' bleep. My appetite wiis matter how attractive a meal I would have Indicated a desire to come hero Heart Remedy at once. Profit by sit down to, my stomach, seemed to anil present their views. National or- the experience of others while you turn against It Immediately. I was so ganizations of manufacturers, lumber- may. 4 nervous that even the slauinilug of a men, coal operators, wholesale and reDr. Miles' Heart Remedy Is sold and door would upset me and make me tail dealers, have expressed through guaranteed by all druggists. tremble. resolutions their desire for tho unllicar ' MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind. "1 tried many remedies and kinds of tlon of tho system of railway regulatreatment until one day a woman tion. Tho National Industrial Truffle friend persuaded me to try this Taulac. League, speaking from the viewpoint of shippers using tho railways, has Relief Came at Once. "Within u week I began to feel bet- indorsed exclusive federal regulation ter. The dizzy spells left nie and I providing It Is accomplished iu such a way as to give full protection ami Mept better. I found that In tho mornings I would awuko feeling cheerful prompt adjustment in matters relating to transportation within tho states and happy, and with a hearty appetite for brc,ukfast. Color camo back Many Interests Studying Problem. Into my cheeks and my friends began All these organizations represent pri(o'sicak of how' well I looked. marily tho shippers of the country, but ''Today I sulfcr no more from nervthey are not tho only ones who aro ousness .and everything lu life seems taking a hand in tho discussion. Tho brighter. Tho day I first leard of Investors of tho nation, through .their Tunlae wus tho luckiest one of my own associations and through commitJlfe tees representing tho pavings bunks and I other flnnnelni organizations, ure preTunliv, tlie miutqr inodicino paring to show tho necessity of Improvmid rocoiistruetivo tqnio. is sold ing railroad credit and protecting tho rights of those whose money is Investexclusively in CLAY UlTY by Eu. ed In railway securities. Finally tho A safe, old fashioned. t'n'Sp McOuire. railroads themselves, being vitally remedy lor worms. In Seventy-fiv- e Other exclusive itfients in near- conditions,tliq. improvement of existing yetn continu. are planning their oui uie it the belt tettimonul by towns tiro as follows j g views through their executives, oper-ttlnFREY'S VERMIFUGE can officials and traffic experts and Stanton n t Ilnrdsviok & 0). ; oner you. accept Kttot bottU ilw.rt na hand. It Howe::, Day and King, Uollege fj assert their willingness to along lines wiU hcla Imp tU lw out hrir federal regulation tod hukhy. Hill,' Ginter Uros. ; Torrent, that will enablo them to attract capital 2 Jc, Utl tl yoiu drutiirt't or I'tMttl Mertj ct your JwJer caa'i .1., Taylor Day; Irvmo, Irvine and to provide tho facilities needed for wnly u, m tm urn lay ijt, ip lUmf ud vt II kik) you a prompt Drug Co.; Uenot, Genet Ousli tho country's and efficient handling of prompdy. transportation business. WuK the Store; Witltersville, Heilry E. & S. FREY, Main Trouble la Too Manz Masters, BALTIMORE, M. droi and IiouttyVille, Thomas Not all of these Interests aro In acI'ryse, cord as to .the remedies that should be I --- you suffer from nervousness so hndly tlint you can't sleep o' nights: If jour complexion Is pale nnd muddy, If Shippers, Investors and Represent, lives of All Branches of Business Demand Unification of System of Railway Regulation Roads Ask Fewer Masters. WHENl.YOU WANT A SHAVE OR HAIR CUT OR ANY TONSORIAL WORK rrfi ANNOUNCEMENT The Company in its orders, is still many thousands of cars behind and is therefore shipping cars only to Agents whose customers are waiting for cars. The demand will continue throughout the Winter in the South and Southwest. Therefore the shortage of cars next Spring will be greater than ever. Place your order NOW and take your car as soon as we can deliver. A. T. WHITT, Agent, Clay City, Ky. Low Pnces and High Quality have a large stock of general mer- chandisG, shoes, groceries, etc., ami we know that hi dealing with us We 0 jg 3 You Can Save Money Yetry to keey our stock complete and our aim is iogiue every customer full value or tii ir money, uu c us u trial. Henry Waldron WALTERSVILLE, - - KENTUCKY WMMM You Need a Tonic There are times in every woman's life when she needs a tonic to help her over the hard places. When that time comes to you, you know what tonic to take Cardui, the woman's tonic. Cardul is composed of purely vegetable- Ingredients, which act gently, yet surely, on the weakened womanly organs, and helps build them back to strength and health. It has benefited thousands and thousands .of weak, ailing women in its past half century of wonderful success, and it will do the same for you. You can't make a mistake in taking - Mothers use FreyS Vermii CARDUI The Woman's Tonic Miss Amelia Wilson, R. F. D. No. 4, Alma, Ark., says: "I think Cardul is the greatest medicine on earth, for wpmen.. Before I began to take Cardul, I was so weak and nervous, and had such awful dizzy spells and a poor appetite. Now I feel as well and as strong as I ever did, and can eat most anything." Begin taking Cardui today. Sold by all dealers. con-corn- f1 m bot-- Has Helped Thousands. li IIIIIIIII1 Local Brevities CONSTIPATION CAUSES DAD SKIN A dull and" pimply skin is due to Mrs. Julia Martin is homo for a sluggish bowel movdraont. Corthe holidays from Middlotowo, O. rect this conoition and clear your Edgar Curry, of Lexington, complexion with Dr. King's New taspent Sunday with friends in the Life pills. This mild laxative ken at bedtimo will assure you a city. movement full, freo, Miss Ruth Tutt is visiting a in the morning. Drive out the sister in Lexington during school dull, listless feeling resulting from vacation. overloaded intestines and sluggish non-gripin- g T Mrs. W. R. Cuesidy is spending liver. Get a bottle the holidays with relatives at Druggists, 25o. to-da- At all Winchester. James Hendricks, of Middle-town- , Ohio, and Henry D. V. White, of Louisville, of Lexington, are home his parents, Mr. and Mrs. 0. with their; parents for a few days. E. White this week. Hen-drick- 1 t t t t' t ? ? ? HAEDWIfiK & COMPANY T t t t Y Dr. Martin reports the birth Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Kirkpat- vick, of Kosslyu, were in the city of a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. George Frazier, Friday, Dec. 22, Tuesday on business. and a son to Mr. and Mrs. ClarW. M. Johnson spent Saturday ence Ramey, Dec. 28. and Sunday with Judge and Mrs. Rev. D. H. Matherly, of RichL. F. Mann atEIkatuwa. mond, will preach at the Chris0. W. Easter, left Tuesday for tian church Sunday and Sunday Hazard to meusure logs for the night. Rev. Matherly was forBrodhead-Qarre- tt Company. merly pastor of this church and is well remembered by many Miss Fannie Mae Shimfessel, friends here. of Lexiugtou, is visiting her par. Teachers' Association Meets. ents, Mr. and Mrs. 0. Shimfessel. The Teachers' Assciatiou of the Elder J. T. Turpin will begin first and second divisions met at a series of meetings at Macedo the school building in this city nia church, Montgomery county Friday, Dec. 22, and matters of Jan. 21. importance were discussed. A Miss Olemmie Hammond, of number of teachers and visitors Winchester, is spending Christ were present. mas with her cousin, Miss Lula It Stops Croup. Johnson. The safest thing for a scared Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shattuck mother to have on hand for croup and daughter, Miss Euluh, of is a bottle of Foley'sHoney andTar. Bowling Green, are visiting the stops croup by cutting the thick family of Judge W. T. Adams ut It choking membrane and raising the the Red River Hotel. phlegm; by easing. the' hoart-- tight . Russell, and breathing, by leaving a soothing Mra. Sylvia Misses Sutnmie Bell uud" Nancye coating, on the inflamed lining of Qeironymua, and Mr. William the throat, and stopping the hoarse lleironymus, of St. Helens,-visit-ecouch. Mrs. ' T. Neurei'rer, Eau friends and relatives in tho Claire, Wise., says : "Foley's Hon city this week. cured my boy of a very severe attack of croup after Geo. S.- - Wa're, who moved to remedies had failed." I rec Jamesport, Mo., has returned to other ommend it as we know Irom our Kentucky, locating at Camargo own experience that it is a wonder Mr. Ware was ful remedy for coughs, colds, croup in Montgomery. m the city last Friday, shaking ane whooping cough. Your deal hands with his niauy friends. er sells it. Trv it. e d ar t t t t t t Y f TO ALL We "wish for' you a Prosperous and Happy lew . t T t Year.' T , .. . W IFO OUR PATRONS T f To those who have patronized us we want to express our very deep appreciation, and assure you of our heartfelt thanks. We-wan- t t t T T Y to also say that will strive earnestly to make it even more tdfyour interest to dp your'dealings with us in the future, and do. not doubt our succeeding in this desire? V.' -- t t T t T t t I f 1 Yours very truly, t t Y t t f Y Y X Hardwick STANTON. Co. f t i Kidney Trouble May Cause ? Dropsical Swellings Foley Kidney Pills Highly Recommended For This Condition with all Its signs anil Including weak heart, general debility, swollen Joints, ankles and limbs; headache, sleeplessness and nervousness, are all evidence of a certain kind of kidney Irregular bladder action, trouble. too frequent passage of water, and rising tinio after tlino ut night, are also proof that the kidneys aro not In a healthy state. Foley Kidney Pills have handled just such cases with ubsolute They have cleared, away the ' dropsical condition, hnvo restored tho kidneys to normal activity, and brought the sufferer to a state of sound health. Dropsy, symptoms, sue-oes- s. 9 re'vevvc ra ea eit aa ciii a!i'a''a !a . NEQLEUEU COLUSQROW WORSE .e w Ae e ww AeA AeA AeA e1 Ae e AeA AeA AeA AeA e1 ay S' AeA AeA A AeA a e Ae e. ee Z A rough that racks and irritates the throat may lead to a serious .mtfylt if arv1nnt-.r- n1!, STANTON COLLEGE, KY. came bloated and swollen, tle Creek, Mich., has written fully In regard to lier cage. We quote only part of her letter which says: "I was troubled with kidney and bladder trouble that Anally developed Into lropsy, Ihnd a dull, pi In In my back, tlrst my angles swelled up. mid then the whole lower part of my body be1 Mrs. Tlattle Grnham, Box 47$, Bat- used Foley Kidney rills and the relief was Immediate, and after using; them for sometime, I feel permanently cured." Foley Kidney rills are sold everywhere In 50c and U.00 sites. The 11.00 slxe Is the more economical buy, as It contains t times as many as tho BOo size. ff27ic UsK lubrication healing pine balsams in Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey Nature's own emedy will soothe and relievo the iritation, breathing will be easier, and the antiseptic properties will kill the germ which.retardetl heal ing. Have it handy. lor croup, sore throat and rhronio bronchial ufletcionc. Get "a bottle today. Pleasant to take. At all Drugclsts, 25 cents. adv Most of the Clay City colouy in Dayton, 0., returned home to Epend thn holidays, We learned the following names of thoso who STANTON, Students Admitted at Any Time One of "the Best Schools in Kentucky. Courses in Agriculture and Domestic Science. Review Classes in the. Common Branch will be Concluded throughout the Tem. By paying part of their Expenses in Work, Students may get Rates at the Dormitory as low as $1.5o per Week. wtthut carbon returned : Henry Stepps, Strau- - tier Andersou, Simpsou demons, Kay White, Charlie Duncan, Jesse Eaton, GrQver Snowden, Olaytou Smith, CllBtqu .Meadows' and Cordis Larieon STOP THAT CUUH. For Information Write to ' Rev. J. C. Hanley, President, Stanton, Ky. hi.t fim u )mi iuum, r water. IrtrocaeutomoMies. uauarromnnnti'cnniT U II vuila Crude. A pale, thin, hlsb are trtt oil which feed freely. Pmllivclr free frum earlxin. On lour 'lint muthiM of one LLI if Nb Cli i Aula Oil will tut- nUh rns one 66 ral steel barrel with feifcet. fine to ui by you for permanent atoraa-a-. Price of oil In Un lib.. 40c ear talbe, AperrectoIIrorelUieralr-eooleio- cm CH AS. C. STOLL OIL CU. "EnciW, eewtifal Ua3U A hacking cougbSwekens the whole system, drainsjjeur eaergy cold at once with Dr, King'd New qualities kill the genus and "'bseak and gets woree if neglHed; your Discovery. The soothing pino bal. up your chid. Don't let a eoldUin. . -i. i earns heal the irritated membranes, gfr. Get Di. Kind's, New, DIiisoy overf&elieye that and the antiseptic aud laxative ery today at vourDruggist, 6')i. you feel eore all ' lT. adv