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title: 'The Clay City times. (Clay City, Ky.) 1901-current, November 21, 1912, Image 3',
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, "A HOM K-M ADE I'A PER.
THURSDAY, NoV. 21, 1 SMS
J. II. O'Henr v:ifs in Lu.xington
tho first of the week.
J. Crows Hush, if Cincinnati,
Ohio, whs hrthe city a few days
. Franklin Margison, one of Es
lillcounty's pedagogs, was in the
Several from hero attended
.the funeral of Billy Boweu at
Mrs. Ann E. Burnett, of Clark
vounty, is visiting her son,W.
J' Barnett near this city.
W. L. Byrd, was here on Fri
day and went out into the coun
'ty 'to look at some real estate.
Mr. and Mrs. Jas. G. Potter,
of Adula, Clay comity, are visit
ing t hoi r daughter, Mrs. T. G.
Lennie Crow has changed his
address to Winchester and will
work in the L. & E. depot in
Mr. and Mrs. J as. G. Easter
are moving to Whitesburg. Mr.
Easter takes the position of car
inspector at that place.
Mrs. Morgan McKinney and
sister, Miss Nancy Bush, of Win
chester, vi8ited.relatives on Hard
wick's creek from Saturday till
Tho Ki'v. I,. F. Mann will preach
at I Ik.' McthodiVt fhiirch in this
I city Sunday and Stindn nighl.
W'u Iihvo had tlie "past week
sunn nico liny;, killing winiiIht
and ms a roiis(iiioncu many pork
fi have hi'i'n slaughtered.
Dies Prom Injuries.
Tims Mi-Kinnov, who was in
jured some weeks nun w hilt at
work on the new railroad in Es
till county, died Monday of laM
week at his home on Ilardwiek's
creek. Burial Tuesday at the
McKinnuey graveyard. He is
survived by his wife who was
formerly a Miss Shimfcsscl, a
sister to Win. Shinifessel, and
four children. Mr. McKinney
was an honest and industrious
man and will he missed in his
home and the community in
which he lived.
Porto Rico's New Wonder.
From far uway Porto Uieo come
reports of a wonderful new dis
covery that is believed will vastly
benefit the ptople. Ramon T.
Marchnn, of Barcelnncttt, writes
"Dr. Kind's Nov Discovery is do
ing splendid work here. It cured
me about five timeV of ten idle
coughs apd colds, also niy.( brother
of a severe' cold in his chestnnd
mnro'tbnn 20 others who used it on
my advice. We hope this .great
mdieiiiewill yet lie sold.in every
drUe store in Porto Iticd."- For
throat and lung troubles it has no
equal." A trial will convince, vou
of its merit. 50c and S1.00. Tri
al bottle free. Ginranteed by all
.John T. Potts, who for the
past four months has been sta
tioned at Erin, Tumi,, in the tie
business, enmo home Sunday for a
brief stay with his family. He
was accompanied from Cincin
nati by a little daughter of his
brother-in-law, Elmer Patton,
who will visit Clay City rel.itivs
for a couple of w eeks.
Only A Fire Hero
but the crowd chrcied. as, with
burned hands, 'he held u(. a small
round box. "Fellows!"' he shout
ed, "this Bucklen's Arnica Salve I
hold, has everything heat for
burns." Right! also for boils, ul
eeis, sores, pimples, eczema, cuts,
sprains, bruises. Surest pile cure.
It subdues Inflammation, kills pain.
Only '25c at all dealers. Adv.
Fruit and Ornamental
Shrubs, Asparagus, Rhubarb, Peonies
Roses, Phlox, etc.
GROWERS OF WHAT WE SELL.
Europe has returned to her post
at the Home.
H. Green Garrett, of Winches
ter, Railroad Commissioner and
president of Brodhead -Garrett
Company, this city, was in the
A Oreat Building Falls
when it foundation is undermined
and if the foundation of health
good digestion is attacked, quick
collapse follows. On the first signs
of indigestion, Dr. King's New
Life Pills should be taken to tone
the stomach and regulate liver,
kidneys and bowels. Pleasant, easy
tmfe, and only 25c a, all dealers.
Superintendent of Public In
struction Barksdale Hamlett has
issued a-lettor to nil the pastors
of Kentucky asking them to ob
norvo as Educational day Sun
lay, November 24, which opens
the week on which the Southern
Educational Association con
venes at Louisville, November
Stop that Ache!
Any ache or pain in any part of the
Imily can be relieved with Shlpn's
Quick Kplief Liniment. $ 100 reward if
it falls and the purchase prieo is nut
refunded. Try It and see. oOo At AJI
Dr. M. B. WHITE,
....QraUuaU ol the....
Langshlre V. S. College, EHglud 1869.
I enn now lie seen at Eaton' Livery
'titablo In Clay City for about 2 months
where I will be able to treat all kinds
of blokuetui of, Morses, Cattle, tilieep,
Hogs and Dogs.
All examinations mid consulta
tions free. Call and see me.
Will he paid to any person having any
kind of pain or ache if Shipp'e Quick
Belief Liniment fails to cive instant re
lief and tho purchuseutrlce is not re-
iMi 111 La 1 r.. 1 en- A A 4 11
." AiJ 1U UUU BCC .OUV. At -ftll
'gts. - ' - . -
for Dressy Men in
Suits, Over Coats,
The odds and ends which give ele
gance to the appearance. The
eal needfuls which will make the
man show his quality.
COLLARS CUFFS SHIUTS
standard goods; eure to fit.
TIES GLOVE8 HOSIERY
to suit the very particular.
CLAY CITY, KY.
H. F. Hillenmeyer& Sons,
Hiliikan Business Schojl,
This school has turned out bun
dreds of men and women who
are successes. It will make
a success of you.
Write for' Catalogue.
This is. the liniment the people are
It is tho most wbnderful remedy for
relieving pain I have over used. Capt.
Anderson Berry, Lexington, Ky.
I used this liniment and the pain and
soreness disappeared like magic.
Jailer W. T. Uallenger, Lexington, Ky.
For relieving aches and pains this
linimentbeuts anything I ever saw. J.
11. Lettou, Lexington, Ky.
It is the only remedy I have found
that has given me any relief since I was
-tiaralized four years ago Mrs. Susan
Welborn, Newhurg, Ind.
If it fails to relieve any pain in any
part of the body in fifteen minutes, at.k
for your money back.
SOLD KY ALL LEADING
"Why Woziicsa rc kJlvLi.-.
Man is a millionaire many times over in tiff i.w.tsjaion o( blocJ (.lis. Worn
on it not .quite to rich, for scientists have prover I'.m the normal it.iu lias five mil
lionthe woman only four and a liclf million to iuiImii millimetre o. blood.
A decreasfc in number of red blood eorpiuettr ttwl o person " lioks pale "in
fact, it anaemic, tho blood docs nut get the right h't'd uid probably the stomach in
Dr. R. V. Pierce found years 040 that a fclct:jt extract ol gvlden teal and
Oregon rape roots, queen's root and Mondroot with iiiack chcrr,h;jik, would help
the assimilation of the food in the stomach, coma Jeer ills and in Nature's own
way increase the red blood rotpusclcs. Itn; medicine he
called Dr. Pierce's ClolJec Mroical Discovers-. I)y assimi
lating tho food eaten the svr.lom is nourislud and the blood
takes on a rich red color. Nervousness i only " the cry
of the starved nerves for hod," and when the nerves ari.
fed on rich red blood the perron looses tliif-e irritable feel
ings, sleeps well at night and if refreshed in ll,u morning.
" I was ntLnHttsI with acvcre nrrvous dtucnn-, i rh ves consul !
a dlsonlcnsl intiinh iir,! liver," vriU-s Mr. . I As. D. lJVKt.V. f Wash
burn, Tcnn., Id'iitc 2. .U. All lay friends tlm "''.t 1 wmiM ,11 j ni.il
the bc-t phjflclniis iravo me ui. 1 was mlvlj'sl t try Dr. 1'lcice
Golden Medicnt D!iovrr", and ilonVcii much lcnlt mm fame. My
case had run no lorn, it hail become, an clminic that rivthluir v.miM ctTwt
permanent cure, Imt J r. IMrrce'a nitsllclne has dcMi much furmeaivj
I highly nromniitxl It. I heartily Olivine lid iiiuj tu x Sfrrtni? Ionic, nrt
",EtT diseases bavo inn ,i thit there la n ili.nu-r to bo cured.
Dr. Pierce's Medical Adviser, 31 Ktamps, tj pay for wrapping and mailing only.
When in Need of
Cabinet Mantles, Grates, Tiles,
Cooking or Heating Stoves,
Go to or Write
Grubbs & Benton,
Cor. Main and Broadway,
Winchester, - Ky.
CAPITAL, STOCK, SIOO.OOO
SURPLiUS AND UN-
t DIVIDKD lltOFITS. 200.000 11
P Winchester Banic.
OF WlKtH8TKH. KY.
K NtHotXY WlTHBBSPOON, PnitSi -3
E W. K. Sl'HAll, Oasiiiku. 3
YOUR ACCOUNTS ROL.IOITED Ul
We tell you how, and pay beat market
prices. We are dealers; esublishtd
in i&mi: ana eau qubq4i oiv ior you
than agents or coniBilutaa mer
chBt7 Ktfereucesony bank is Lou
ierllU? Write for weekly price list,
u tcsarL a. coNi
4Mb Msrtsl It, IMMMUXf, 0,
PWirf W rW" WVVisa
Fall and Winter
Hardwick & Co.
Our Fall nnd Winter Goods are in. W eonliully invite
you to call anil see them. We will imike it to your in
terest to do your dealing with us, by ;'v''"i yu ,lloru
for your money than you can gfct eUewliere. And
benides, think we have every thing yott want. We can
not mention hero everything that wo handle, hut
want to call your attention to the following lines, that
we are tinxicus for you to get acquainted with. Hart,
Schalfncr and Marx Clothing for Men, aUo Haert brand
Clothing, ''(futen Quality" and "IJoston I'uvorito"
Shoes for Women, "Walk-Over" Shoes for Men, "Astor"
hrand Hhih for Men aud Hoys. See our oods and
get our price when in need of WomenV, Minseb' nnd Chil
dren's ready-to-wear Ilut, Conts, Haim-oath and etc.,
Men's Hainenals, Hunting Coats, leather and rubberFont
Wear, Staple and Dree l'op, TiuuceiH, and etc.
In faet see us for any thing you need, and let us
show you that we can eave you money.
Hardwick & Co., Stanton.