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SI. 00 a Year In Advance
We are iere to kelp Clay City; the SarroooliDg Coantry an J Ourselves.
.!. E. Burgher, Publisher.
CLAY CITY. KYTHURSDAY, OCTOBER HI, J9I2.
IN MEMORY Ofr LITTLE
.VIROINIA RUTH QARRE1T.
Friilny night, Oct. 4tlr at 12:10
o'clock the death angel camn into
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Will,
jam Garrett, of Stanton, and car
ried home to heaven their darling
baby girl, her soul taking its
flight without a struggle to Qod
who gave it. She leaves a father,
mother, and many relatives to
mourn her loss.
Little Virginia was an unus
ually bright child, and a favorite
with all who knew her. All that
loving ones and friends could do
was done, but the Father had a
vacant place and He took her to
be a sweet, little angel. "The
Lord giveth and the Lord taketh
away ; blessed be the name of the
Little Virginia, though they
miss you in your home, you will
be standing at the pearly gates of
'Heaven, beckoning them to meot
She was one one year, two
months, and thirteen days old.
Weep not, dear ones, as those
that have no hope, for Jesus
aid "Suffer little children to
come unto me, for of snch is the
kingdom of Heaven."
Her little body was laid to rest
iu the Faulkner burying ground
near Bowen. Take your rest
little darling,' the Father is car
ing for His little lambs; though
-JifllrwKIte casket, your soul is
singing, in Heaven above, where
sorrow or death never come;
though your eyes are closed in
death, your hands1 folded across
your sweet little si lent breast,
resting forever more, let us (ill
prepare to meet the darling baby
over on the other shore.
Our darling is asleep in Jesus,
She is safe on His loving breast
She has go ne to join the angels
Our loved one is at rest.
One who loved her.
We are showing an Elegit Line of
FALL AND WINTER
Cloaks and Wraps ,aSB
Ladies' Suits, , Millinery, and etc.
MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING
to fit you and your pocketbook. '
When you want any kind of Merchandise, think of
and give us the opportunity to please you at we
have been doiag for so many years paft with
satufaOion both to you and' ourselves. ,
Everything: to Ple&se the Customer
Mr. S Patterson Byrd, of Mont
gomery county and Miss Eva
Hardwick, of Stanton, were mar
ried Tuesday evening in Win
chester at 8 o'clock at the home
of the officiating minister, Elder
.7. W. Harding.
Miss Hattie Gaylord, daughter
of John P. Gaylord, and Mr. Will
Rainey, both of Clark county,
were married in the parlor of the
Brown-Proctoria hotel in Win
chester Wednesday morning by
the Rev. L. Robinson of the M.
E. Church South. Miss Gaylord
has many friends in this city
where she Tormerly live.l with
Farmers In the Lead.
More than 60 per cent, of the
automobiles in use uot includ
ing motor trucks and delivery
wagons are owned and used by
farmers as pleasure vehicles, or
as pleasure and business convey
ances combined, according to an
up-to-date estimate made by one
in a position to know the facts.
Options on three thousand a
cres of Woodford county land has
been taken for the purpose of
mining phosphate, which has
proved to be in paying quanti
ties. One mining plant, has al
ready bqen -put in operation in
' John Hammans, who resides
up the railroad between Clay
City and Stanton has sold his
place to R. W. Garrett and is
moving to the home of his sister,
Mrs. Naunie Weaver at Walters
ville. The Winchester News, Inde
pendent, and successor to the
Sun, Republican, has announced
its support of Wilson and Mar
Mut Pay For Paper.
The follow! jig is a synopsis of
the United States Supreme Court
decision regarding delinquent
subscribers, .felt will prove inter
esting: 1. Subscribers who do not give
express nntictTto the contrary are
considered ai wishing to renew
2. If the Ii(becriber8 order the
discontinuation of the periodicals
the publisher, may continue to
send them ohtil all arrears are
3. If subscribers neglect or re
fuse to taktf their periodicals
from the postplliee to which they
addressed tbey are responsible
until after thej have have settled
their bills and order their paper
4. If subscribers move to oth
er places without informing the
publisher andlpapers are sent to
the former '.address subscribers
are held responsible.
6. If th&jjeubscribers pay in
advance theyore bound to give
notice at Hifftlend of time if they
do not wisfcUo. continue taking
it, otherwlsftjtjie publisher is au
thorized to-.ajejul it and the sub
scriber willvte responsible until
an express njice with payment
of all arreaJN are sent to the
suicide at hlsh'onie at Pilot. View
last Friday: iriormng. He left
his home telling his wife that he
would go out &hd kill a rabbit.
Soon after leaving the house Mrs.
Morton heard the report of the
gun, but thought nothing of it
at the time. He was found lat
er with a bullet. hole in his head.
No cause cm be conjectured for
his rash act. t '
Morton is a native of this comi
ty and frequently returned to
this couuty .where he bought
many cattle. He is survived by
a wife and six children, and was
forty-six years old.
The widow of one of the heroes
of the Titanic, who gave his life
that she might jive, has married
again, and a California court has
taken her child from her. The
hero of the Titauic is still dead.
Mrs. 0. Shimfessel and daugh
ter, Miss Grace,. motored to Lex
ington Saturday to visit rela
tives. Miss Grace returned home
Sunday but Mrs. Shimfessel is
still in the city.
Tbelma Lee? c the eighteen-months-old
child of Mr. and Mrs.
Joel Gravett died Wednesday,
October 80, and burial today at
the Wells graveyard on Hard
A man "who is Peking, his first
presidential, election always feels
rather generoutl j. iiieposcd to the
idea of one term.'U js so much bet
ter than no terra all.
Mrs. Grover Cleveland has au
thorized the aaBouncemeut of
her engagement Thomas Jo
seph Preston, professor of Wells
W. L. Byrd.f Winchester,
is in the city today.
P. D. Todd lost a valuable cow
Monday from having eaten some
thing that seemed to poison it.
C. Bowman is the business man
in the community. Frost has
come and he has a great deal of
cane yet to make up.
Charlie Burnett, of Carlock,
III., who has been visiting his
brothers, Ike and James Barnett,
of this place, and father, A. J.
Barnett, of Estill county, has re
Elder G. W. Mcintosh, was is
Winchester Saturduy on a busi
W. J. Christopher, of Clark
county, was here last week iook
ing after hi farm.
Moses McKinney found a val
uable heifer dead in the pas
ture one day last week.
W. L Byrd, of Winchester, is
here this week prospecting for
the purchase of some land.
Mrs. Belle Burgher and Mr.
and Mrs. Shelt McKinney visited
their aunt, Mrs. Eliza Ginter, at
College Hill Madison county last
Will be paid to any person having any
klndofpain or ache it Shipp'e. Quick
1IcHfIiintmentTail8 toglve instant re
lief and the purchase price is not re
funded. Try it and see. 50c. At All
Services 2nd and 4th Sabbaths of
Prayer Meetings, Wednesday even
ings. Chas. E. Mann, Pastor.
WALDRON & JOHNSON,
We carry a full line of General Merchandise and
are selling the goods to our lurge trade
and they tell us they are
You can do the same thing. If you arc not
already one of our many pleased customers,
come round rome day and give our place a
look through and let us price you noun- of our
goods.Thcy wlllopenyoureyeetoan oppoitunity.
Send Us Your Orders
over telephone, by messenger or otherwise and if you live
in Clay City or near, our store we will "deliver the goods"
If you have a taste for correct gar
ments, no matter if you want, to
pay but a small price, remember tl i;
stock we handle solves the problen.
able Clothes For
Men of All Ages.
In the ready-to-wear tl"partment w
have suits to fit all, and guarantee
perfect clothes. We also tnk"
measures and furnish suits to oi.
der'and'guarantee fit or nt sale.
Mrs. J. W.
Clay City, Ky.