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T M TIMES
A HOMK-MADE PAPEK.
THURSDAY, JAN. 23, J 913
Mi. Mild Mre. 8. 1). Hall, of
Stnntoii, spent the first of tlio
week with Mrs. Hall's parents
Mr. n ml Mrs. 0. Sliimfessel.
Tlie Uev. Jmljre L. F. Mnnn
delivered two sound gospel ser
iiioiis at the Methodist clmrcli
Sunday morning and tit night,
Henry Merritt, of Olark coun
ty has been indicted twenty-eev
en times for illegally eelling li
mior in dry portions of the
Elder Paul Derthick, of Stan
ton, preached at the Christian
church Sunday morning and e
vening, delivering good sermons
to appreciative audiences.
Another necro was killed at
one of the railroad contractors'
construction camps in Clark
county Saturday at midnight
Liquor is the accredited cause.
Scott & Lowry, the reliable
Winchester outfitters for hors
ea will pay your railroad fare to
Winchester Monday court day.
Head their advertisement in this
issue for particulars.
Master Austin Johnson was
given a birthday party Monday I
in honor of his sixteenth mini
versary. A number of his young
friends were present and enjoy
d themselves very much.
J. T. Potts is home from Ten
nessee on a visit. Mr. Potts was
detained for several days on ac
count ef high water. He says
the water was over the railroad
tracks in some places from three
to seveu feet.
A movement is said to be
forming to extend franking priv
iliges to Presidents-elect and
Vice Presidents-elect. It is stat
ed that President-elect Wilson'i
stamp bills since November i
have averaged $50 a day.
At Winchester J. W. Nelson,
one of the college team who vis
ed uiay uity a tew weeks ago
wa severely burned about the
face and hands Tuesday occasion
ed by the explosion of a patent
gasoline iron which he was ex
D. It. Daniel bought from vu
rios persons of the -county ubout
seventy head of cuttle and drove
them to the Mt. Sterling market
where he disposed of them at
good prices. Mr. Daniel aleo
paid good prices for them, con
tenting himsolf with small
Leeter Bryant, 1G years eld, War
ren county cnatnpion boy corn
grower of Kentucky, was found in
a rooming-house ut Washington
Monday dead from gus asphyxia'
tion. Ho had gone to Washinu'.ot)
as a guest of the Department of
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A high class social was given
to the young people of Clay City
by Mrs. A. T. Whitt Friday
night of last week. Such social
gatherings are enjoyable and
very entertaining, especially
when presided ever by such an
agreeable hoRtess as Mrs. Whitt.
On next Saturday and Sundav
the 25th and 20th the Second
Quarterly meeting wilMie held
in the Methodist church ntOlny
City. Dr. John It. Deering the
Presiding Elder will preach Sat ur
day night and Sunday. The com
munion services will be Hold on
Sunday moruing at eleven
clock. Every cordially invited to
attend these services.
$ioo Per Plate
was pair" at a bnnqueOto Henry
Clay, in New Orleans in 1842
Mighty costly for those with Btom
noli trouble or indigestion. Today
peopfe everywhere use Dr. King'n
New Life Pills for these troubles as
well hb liver, kidney and bowel die
orders. Easy, safe, suae. Only
25 cts at all dealers. Adv.
Revived from Trance.
Miss Burmce Elkin, of Win
Chester, underwent an operation
at Philadelphia immediately
lapsing into-a trance. Relatives
were telegraphed that, the young
lady was dead and that the body
would shortly arrive in Winches
ter. An undertaker was employ
ed to take care of the body. The
next morning, however, the
young lady revived and a uis
patch was sent, to Winchester to
that effect. Physicians in charge
think the young lady may re
Frightful Polar Winds
blow with terrific force at the far
north and play havoc with the skin.
causing red, rough or sore chapped
hands and Kps, that need Bucklen's
Arnica Salve to heal them. It makes
the skin soft and smooth. Unri
valed for cold-sores, also burns,
boils, sores, ulcers, cuts, bruises
and piles. Only 25 cents at all
Judge Mann at Beattyvllle.
Judge L. F. Mann of Clay Clay
once a citizen ot our towu and
well known to all out people, was
here on business Wednesday in
connection with the death of old
Aunt Sis Brandenburg, who liv
ed for long years with him nud
who died at the home of James
Hogan her son-in-law, on the 20
of December. The Judge carried
a policy on her life, and it was
to make final proofs of her death
that ho was here. He looks as
well as he did in the old days
when he built railroads, operated
saw-mills, dealt in ties and tim
bers, and carried on a glorious
Sunday School at the Courthouse
here, the like of which has never
been seen since he left us. Beat
A dirl's Wild Mldalgtif Ride.
To warn people of a fearful forest
fire in the Catskills a young girl
rode horseback at midnight and'
saved many lives. Her deed was
glorious but lives aie often saved
by Dr. King's New Discovery iu
curing lung trouble, coughs and
colds, which might have ended in
consumption or pneumonia. ''It
cured me of a dreadful oouth and
ung disease," writes W. It. Pat-
tereon, Wellington, Tex., "after
four In our family had died with
coiiHiimption, and I gained 87
pounds." Nothing so sure and
.safe for all throat and lung troubles.
Price 50oaud 11.00. Trial bottle
free. Guaranteed by all dealers.
.Monuny was an ideal growing
Spring day. January so far has
been a milder month than Decern
S. M. Mapel, formerly of this
city, but now one of Estill county's
progressive farmers, has lost sever
al head of young ca'ves on his fa
tnous Cottage Furnace ranch. S,
O. Baker, of this county has also
had several head to die.
King Alfonso, who is learning to
run an aeroplane, probably remem
hers the trouble his friend Manuel,
ot rortugai naci in making a
A Hero in a Lighthouse.
For7eara J. S. Donahue, So. Ha
ven, Mich., a civil war captain, as
a lighthouse keeper, avt rted nwf u
wrecks, but a queer fact is, he
might have been a wreck, himself,
if Electric Bitters had not prevent
ed. "They cured mo of kidney
trouble and chiln," he writes, "af
tor I had taken other so called
cures for years, without benefit and
they also improved my sight. Now,
ut seventy, I am feeling fine." For
dyspepsia, indigestion, all stomach
liver and kidney troubles, they're
without equal. Try them. Only 50c
at an dealers. Adv.
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It Is the most wonderful remedv for
relieving pain I have ever used. Cant.
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I used this liniment and the pnin and
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Jailer W. T. Ballenger, Lexington, Ky.
For reliovinc aches and nains this
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li. iiCtton, Lexington, ity.
It is the only remedv I have found
that hag given mo any relief since I was
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welborn, Aowburg, Ind.
If it fails to relieve anv pain in anv
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Thi8 6chool has turned out huu
dred8 of men and women who
v are successes. It will make
a success of you.
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Anv ache or pain in any part of the
body can be relieved with Shinp's
Quick Uelief Liniment. 100 reward If
it falls and the purchase price is not
rciunuea. iry 11 ana see. ooo At ah
We UU Toabor. and vtr bttt market
Kicrt. We r dealer; uUbtUhcd
lbMi an J can do BKTTEK for you
than acenta or conialMloa oier.
chant. Tieferenceaaiiy bajik iq Ju
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Mi SABEL 4. SONS
- ftMDt AMI. via I u. Lvumit. It.
Daaiart la rua. Hiuts, wool.
Why Rave "CTerves?
Thia li the reason why women have " ncrvet." When thouKhtt be!a to trow
cloudy and uncertain, impultea laj and the warning of pain and distress are seat
like fiyini message throughout limbs and frame, straightway, nine times in ten, a
woman will lay the cause o( the trouble to some defect at the point where she first
felt it. Is it a headache, a backache, a sensation o( irritability or twitching and
uncontrollable nervousness, something must be wrong with the head or back, a
woman naturally say, but all the time the real trouble very often center in the
womanly organs. In nine cases out of ten the seat of the difficulty is here, and a.
woman should take rational treatment for its cure. The local disorder and inflam
mation of the delicate special organs o( the sex should be treated steadily and
Dr. Pierce, during a long period of practice, found that a prescription made
from medicinal extracts of native root s, without the use of alcohol, relieved over 90
per cent, ot such cases. After using this remedy for many years in hia private prac
tice he put it up in form of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription, that would make It
easily procurable, and it can be had at any store where medicines are bandied.
Mrs. Ltu, B. Hawkins, of Zens, Va., writes: " I had boon falling In health
for two ynars most of tho tlmo was not ahlo to attend to my household duties.
Foraalo woaknoss was my troublo and I was gnttlntt very had but, thanka to Doctor
Pterco's modlcinos, I am well and strong ncaln. I took only throo bottles of ' Favor
Ito Prescription,' and used tho ' Lotion Tabluts.' I havo nothing but praise for
Doctor PIcrco's wonderful medicines."
TAKE DR. PIERCE'S PLEASANT PELLETS FOR LIVER ILLS.
When in Need of
Cbinet Mntles, Grates, Tiles,
Cooking or Heating Stoves,
Go to or Write
Grubbs & Benton,
Cor. Main and Broadway,
Winchester, - Ky.
Cut Prices On
See This Space Next Week.
Hardwick & Co., Stanton.