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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): June 13, 1912 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1912 cla1912061301_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.): June 13, 1912 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1912 $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. 'if THE CLAY CITY TIMES. I SI. 00 a Year in Advance. We arc here to help Clay Cijk ut the SorronnJiiiK Country an! Ourselves. .1. E. Hurgher, I'utilwhtr. vol. xvi r. Three Paroled from Powell. CLAY CITY. KY., THURSDAY Dried up In Basins. .JUKE Itt, 1912. a0. Crop Conditions. '1 George Spencer who was said to must be driven slowly over such have been operating an illicit places or the occupants are likestill at that time and it was over ly to have to walk in. It may be this that the quarrel came up. a busy season, though it is not so Charles Frazier, also, from this pressing now as it was before county was released having serv- crops were planted. It should ed two and one half years of a be remembered that one day's live year term for manslaughter. work now will be of benefit the whole season through, thus one Splendid Showing. day's work now is worth two The financial condition of day's work later. Scientific road Clark county was published in men claim that all work on dirt the Winchester Democrat Tues- roads should be done by July day. The report shows Clark 1st, as stirring the earth later county to be in the best financial makes the roads a great deal condition oi, possibly, any coun- softer and more spongy than ty in the State, there being on when worked before July first. to the credApril J)rd If you have a spare day put it in it of the county in bank. The well on the road where it needs truth of it is, Clark' county has it worst and ask vour overseer to the best Judge in the State, with give vou credit for it. the single exception of Powell Favorably Reported. county, and this largely accounts splendie condition of our The Langley bill, providing for the that ollicers and men of militia sister county. organizations which participated Estill Springs Will Not Open.. in defense of the Union during The famous old Estill Springs the Civil War for ninety days or at Irvine will not open forguests more, and their widows and orthis year. This famous summer phans shall come within the resort has been open to the 'of the' rewntly-eiwietethe time when the mem- Sherwood pension bill, was ory of old citizens runneth not reported at u special meetto the contrary, and now to be ing of the House Committee on closed when the prospects in oth- Invalid Pensions. If passed, er ways for the town of Irvine Kentuckians in large numbers seems so bright, harldly looks will benefit bv the measure. like the proper thing to do. One delegate for Col. RooseGardens Making Peturns. velt, the first awarded him since Gardens are now returning a the National Committee began handsome dividend to their tillthe hearing of contests last ers. Beans, peas and potatoes in and seventeen for President addition to onions, radishes and Tuft, were the net results of lettuce are now on the bill of Tuesday's session of the Repubfare in the homes of all particu- lican National Committee, hearlar gardeners. ing contests from Kentucky. $100,0-10.(55 pro-visiopub-licfrom -- Should Da iltore Advertising. For the Protection of Pikes A movement has been launch The othernav we saw a trav- West and John West, roads are dno.ljip now, Our Grover Iiiid hist arrived ed at Lexington to get all wag- brothers, who were sent to the but my, the grade! The mud in el inn man t out iary from tin's county drying up has been pulled out of from IrviueMnd being a native ons to use wide tires for the pro several yeurs ago, have been re- the holes and thus they remain, of the deaHiiold free county of tection of the pikes in the coun leased on parole. The charge like so many basins in the road. Estill and ;i s admirer of that ty. The proposition is to get the them was the killing of The buggy in passing over them good old toiifaof Irvine, we various city Councils of neigh- how Jhe capital of our native heatli was getting along. The traveler h disgust looked up at us and si id : "Irvine? Ii fine's going to get a new riilroad, Irvine's gng to get the car shops too, Irvine's a hard town in which to board tk For they won't now hardly speak tip you "Irvine wjll soon be as big as d I'hv-orab- ly Fri-da- y, Cincinnati, over there they say, but to a drummer not from the Queen city, It" doesn't look that Americans Able to Control America. When Taft had just been in way." angurated president he wrote the We can qje icount for the unpleasant mojje of the salesman following to Roosevelt: "lean but in one tay, he must have never forget, the power I now exfailed to selljany goods to the ercise which was voluntarily Irvine merchants and come transferred from you to me and that I am under obligations to 'round by Betttyville. yon to see that your judgment in Moral Drummers are great advertisers fo-- towns nnd now selecting me as your successor that there istain era of boom and bringing about the succession days for the spry old town of Es- shall be vindicated." So it apshould pears that. Roosevelt was really a till, the buy goods frdirj all the drummers king maker and that the people are not considered as having had that ''pitch itJentB'' in their anything to do with it. It is time limits if "Yorfco other purpose that, both the king and the king than the advertising value it brings to their town of today, maker are given to understand that Americans are able to conbut city of tomorrow. trol Americans without the aid of Exchange. One Cause for High Cost of Living. either of them. The increased . price of corn J. II. Williams has moved here and the consequent increased from Beattyville and is residing cost of beef, poultry and eggs is with H. G. Crabtree. Mr. Willdue to the increased use of corn iams a is newspaper man formerin the manufacture of distilled ly being connected with the and fermented liquors, as well as Beattyville Enterprise. in the manufacture of breakfast . Irvine-merchants boring cities to pass an ordinance requiring all wagons entering these cities to have wide tires. With this as a city law all wagons of the county will be compelled to use wide tires as at seme time in the life of the wagon, and most generally very often, the wagon will have to go to town for something and will have to have then the wide tires. This state of all'airs would soon com pel all wagons in the country to have broad tires. The monthly crop report ol' Commissioner of .Agricultui t Newman, shows the condition the wheat crop is 75.1 per cent., a decrease of nearly I cent since last month. I!ye is 72 per cent, and corn 81. S per cent. Tic potato crop is reported to be mo- -' promising, the acreage and con d'tion being 05 per cent.. Fruit crop: Apples. 70.1 peaches, 01.88; pears, 72.0 plums, 81.8; grapes, 82.7: 702 and raspberries, 77 per cent. The blue grass crop shows 10!! alfalfa, 91, and clover, S8.4. pr black-berrie- s, SPOUT SPRING. Shelt McKinney was one of th Irvine Court visitors Monday. Wm. Edge sold a horse $1 w Irvine Court Monday for 50. ,lak.-Tipto- n Mrs. Moses McKinney visited her parents Mr. and Mrs. at Irvine Thursday. Mrs. Edith Patrick, fo Kim brell, visited her sister Mrs. Geo. W. Lewis at Winchester Tuesda., and Wednesday. It is expected that the work ot Congress this week will be overshadowed by politics, many members of both houses going to Chicago to attend thf National Convention ol" tha1 party. FOR SALE. Stock of merchandise, house anr lot on railroad in Powell county, doing good business. Doubled money invested in six moths part cash, balance on time. Apply at Times otllce for further information, Clay City, Ky. foods, according to members of the Produce Exchange of New York. Sixty per cent, of the 8,700,000,000 bushels of corn in this country last year is being used by the brewing and pro-duce- if 'm d WALDRON & JOHNSON, New Spring Millinery Juft received from the city which combines the newest Styles and lowest prices. SHOES AT FIRST COST. $500 worth of Shoes have been marked down to firsl coft in order to get room for new goods coming in. In this sale will also be included a lot of distilling establishments, they point out. "More corn is"being used today in the manufacture of distilled and fermented liquors than the entire national com crop of twenty years ago,3' said a member of a Produce Exchange firm. "It is no wonder, considering the new uses which have been discovered for corn in the last 25 years, that the price of cash corn a bushel has risen from (50 cents to 85 cents in that period. When we complain about the increased cost of beef, poultry and other corn-fe- d products, we forget that there are 83,000,000 people drinking liquors distilled or fermented from corn every day." Associated Press Telegram. Kentucky Press In Session. Waltersville, Ky. We carry a full line of General Merchandise and are selling the goods to our large trade and they tell us they are Saving Money. You can do the same thing. If you are not already ono of our many pleased customers, come round rome day and give our pluce a look through and let U6 HATS and CAPS. Here's your opportunity to save some money. First come, first price you some of our The mid-summ- meeting of served. the Kentucky Press Association session ut Olympian is in Springs. More than seventy-fiv- e editors from diffierent sections of the State are in attendance. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. goods.They willopenyoureyestoan opportunity. 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'' SHIMFESSEL'S. Services 2nd and 3rd Sabbaths of each month, Prayer Meetings; Wednesday evenings. . Rev. J. O. HanJy, Pastor. THE TIMES. PUHLISHEP VEKY TUDKSDAV. Subscription rates $1 a year or three years in advance $2. ! and it now seems that those who have heretofore sought their counsel and advice when they went to vote for State candidates hiivo grown tired of being so imposed upon. ve naie 10 see tno uovs so down in the mouth this early, but we can't help it. We pre ier naming with a game antag onist, but can't expect much this time after such acivil warfare in the camp of the Republican bloods. It is to be regretted that. E. Burgher, Publisher. second-clas- s Entered as mail matter. Thursday, - June 13, 1915 CLUB RATES. BOKHARA SEED CO., Falmouth, Ky. For the convenience of our subIlox Sill. scribers, we have arranged club rates our after election celebrities with the following papers at prices must he cut short out of sympa thy for the boys who have been below mentioned : ' defeated before the fight has plied to growing cow peas on The Times and their laud will produce double Courier-Journ$1.00 begun. . WJ.l&M' h in buihels of cow Cincinnati Enquirer 1.10 Another application for parole the amount ct 90 Louisville Herald peas that, it will pnlduce in good " Home and Farm 75 of Henry Youtsey has been set corn. Cow peas seijl for double " Inland Farmer 1.00 on foot by his friends. One ap FCn VJ GKNT3 price of corn, then you make fllM 'II ltl)l lM '.Ml. " American Farmer 90 plication after another seems to the FAMfaU5 COLLtGTlO 1 plff.tnv 7ir:.t . " Southern Agriculturist 75 be the order of Youtsey. Had twice the money by(growing cow Uj, . i ii f. peas if you expect (to turn your . tV t ski. Lr! In a recent article in au eas he not have confessed of the crime crop directly into money, men r f Toledo. O. JMlJ Wrlf1itJ4'(tt ho committed and told on his ft tern newspaper a Louisville cor aside from the production of tutor! nir !'. respondent Jays everything at conspirators, he would today be grain, the pea vines'will produce Sold by all Druggists, (5c. miner wun vr ir t iti -a free man, like all the rest of am:AT.M.Tii';:(N misi:i.n.111.1.. j Take Hall's Family Pills for the farmers' door. He says the 13B3 Ilutn Kt. something near as much feed as mill J farmer is slow pay but always gang, and might have been now the corn and fodder will yield constipation. running for Congress instead of sells for cash. He says the far occupying Tire above argument, is correct, the dreadful pen. mer buys everything he gets on we can say this safely by experRoosevelt says no honest man ience. In the face of these facts a credit to le paid for wheu he would approve of the methods and conditions the Times cannot markets his crop. This is not the case on the well used by Taft managers in prose- urge too stronglythe aboudon-men- t regulated farms of this county. cuting their fight against him. of corn fields on thin land The fanner is about all that does Taft is Roosevelt's protege; has in favor of peas. We urge you pay for everything he gets from been made by him what ho is, to at least try a bushel or so for the merchant. True enough, he thus Roosevelt cannot complain experiment and save all the crop may pay for his merchandise in at his own job. How can the both the seed and if butter, eggs, feathers or poultry, builder expect a better model you will take into consideration than he is but he always pays for them. He this we have himself? In saying the small amount of labor in no apologies to offer supplies his work bauds with the owiug them, uext year you meat, lard and meal, and wheu will be growing Jess corn and The houn dog has been appro- a little cash is due him the farcow peas while at the same priated by the Democrats as their more mer has it ready. If not, he can time you will be making your We never en furnish him with an order to the canipain mascot. land better instead of thinner. ser-vi- ce store where his credit side stands joyed seeing or hearing a hound It is plenty of time to plant to the good on account of having run, andwecau get but little them yet and will be up to the 1st supplied the merchant with more amusement from it now. Fur- of July. thermore we see no need for such produce than he has taken up. in emblem, as any Any other method of farming run either Teddy orthins: can outTaft by the The August election seems to in tins country is unprovable time the other one gets through bo of little conceifn to politicians and will result in a failure to with the successful Remiblican and to think too it is the first one nominee. years. we 've had for twenty-on- e the eue that undertakes it. The per capita wealth of this We saw a young upstart occuIt seems that the "Rough rid Wearing Qualities combined with and is given as $1,800. This pying a seat in the rear car of an nation er" is now being roughly rid- means that much wealth for each L. & E. train not long since who den. Even so, every doj has Comfort, be considered first? man, woman and child, and it is should was leisurely smoking a cigarette its day. probable it is a great deal more. to the discomfort of several la- There is no less than $5,000 for Farm and Stock of (ioods For Sale. dies. This was when we first each familv in the land. Gen-lilI offer for private sale my fnrn supply-in- g boarded the car, and when the reader, have you got your of 70 acres which has on it dwell conductor was assisting passen- share of the nation's wealth? If ing, barns, and othernecessary out gers on the train. When the not you had better be round trying to land what is buildings. The same is well va conductor came around the ciga- yours. tered and well fenced, close to rette was gone. He had a young A prominent Republican of churches and school. Also my lady companion with him. When stock of coods at Snout Sprine. A a young, man has no respect for this county says Roosevelt has incampaign good stand and postofiice in build his lady friend, for lady passen- augurated a trustee bargain for, some one. Call gers, nor the rules of the train and that he has forced Taft into inc. A such desperate methods. He on T. S. McKinney. service or the laws of the land, says school trustee elections are Spout Spring, Ky. ho should bo ejected from the the hottest of all elections, thus Taken up Eatray. coach and forever barred from has he entitled the present campaign for PresiOne horse came 'to my place JJ riding on a car with lady pas. dent. miles above Vaughps Mil), May seugers. Wonder if O'llear while in 26th. He is about f ten years old. Have you noticed it, Clay City Chicago before the National Re is a bay with dark,jnane and tail, and Powell county Republicans publican Committee in behalf of right hind foot white, about 15 contents are not interested in politics this RooseveltBradley ae is referring to hands high. Owner can have same Senator the "greatest time. Some of them seem to living Kentuckian". Bradley is by proving property and paying hardly know there is any race up also in Chicago, but representing charges T. J. Wright, Vaughn's Mill, Ky at nil. Yes gentlemen, wo will Taft. elect a Presideut this fall and if you will wait until not later than the day of national eelebration, July '1th, you may help proclaim the name of the oue who will be the lucky man. The DemocratIT RISES AWAY ABOVE ic convention meets at Baltimore all other brand of Hour with the on, tho iWtli for that purpose and Take care that you do not underestimate the value f de housewife who loves good they will complete the job by bread when she uses the deposited under our interest plan. Its growth is money that time. l'K.Ull. Hour, lis uniform qualirapid. Be careful and deposit systematically ( portion ty and excellence never disappoints If all reports are true the ot your earnings. I heir growth is certain her. H is the hest all mound Horn-oLeague is the most easi he market and gives your breud Start them growing here now. ily slipped up on clique we that tempting ami delicious llavor ever saw. They recently helped (hat nlwavh delithtn the 'oxer of to defeat one of the best friends good bread when you tin and supporters the temperance I'HAllI ll.uir. . people ever had to oiler a posi. 6 CLAY CITY, KENTUCKY. t ion. They have frequently Made hy .J. ANDREW CAIN, Versailles,. Ky. undo just such mistake before s al (.-- How many of our farmers are planning crops to tlx betterment of our soil? Outside of the river bottom land of this county the soil is just what it i allowed to boor what we make it. There are hut few farmers in the county that have much corn land, though corn is ab(Ut the only crop grown. We have before in these columns callei the atten tion of farmers who are wearing out their land growing corn, of the great value ofovv'peas, a6 both a feed and a fertilizer for the land on which jit is grown. The same amount jof labor ap3 $loo Reward, $ioo. The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in alt its stages, ai'd that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional dixease, requires a constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is. taken internally, noting direetly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system, thereby destroying the foundation of the disease, and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing the work. The j rcprie-torhave so much faith in its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure. Send for list of testimonials. Address F. J. CHENEY & CO., The weather is probably warming up for the benefit of the Chicago convention. SWEETCLOVER A creat fertilizer, and a hardy vigorous forage plant for hay and pasture. Will grow in any soil. even in rocky plnees. Can be sown with apnng oats, or sown alone in May for meadow, and sown in with corn at tho hist cultivation. Prices of seed, and circular how to grow it sent on request. Airvr-it- l 1 M-- VTr!t .l - STOP! LOOK! That more hard is required of the Shoe than any article of other Clothing? and-vine- s, Did it Ever Occur to You That Style always e For 20 years we have been hundreds of satisfied customers. Look See Wear Right. Right. Them. Priced Right. Mrs. J. W. Williams. UV1 U USE HADE Carefulness rh MILLS liono-ma- Anti-.Saloo- n Clay City National i i Bank, us-- e (3 THE A HOME-MADE TIMES. PAPER. THURSDAY, JUNE If., 1012 LOCAL BREVITIES. Dr. J. W. Williams was in Winchester Mondav. wus Malcolm Wood, of Winchester, in the city the first of the week. Attorney C. F. Spencer, of Winchester, was in the city .Monday. Mrs. U Flora Peers, of Morehead, visiting her sister, Mrs. E. B. McGlone. Born, Sunday, June 2nd to Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Niblack of this city a son. Mrs. J. 0. Rash, of Cincinnati, is spending a few days with Mrs. A. T. Whitt. The new United States census Mrs. E.N ; Wilson and son, Are Fly shows the number of mules of Ed, are vi ting hor daughter, The fly, with spongy feet, collects the Invisible (terms of diseases, spread voting ago in the country to bo Mrs. .Geo. Anderson at Mt. them over our food and poisons us with typhoid and cholera. The mosquito with its bite injects into our veins malaria and yellow fever. The bacteria of consump20.11!)!), ol, as compared with 21,. Sterling. tion, or grip, are everywhere present for us to breathe into our lungs. The blood 18-- ,20!) in the year 11)00. which flows through our veins and arteries is our protection. It should contain Man Cong W and Breaks Ribs. healthy red and white blood corpuscles capable of warding off these disease After a frif htful coughing spell a germs. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery is a blood medicine and alterative Tho Court of Appeals has demade entirely without alcohol, a pure glyceric extract of bloodroot, golden seal, cided that the Legislative act. man in Neeni b, Wis., felt terrible Oregon grape root, queen' root, mandrake and stone root, which has enjoyed a pains in his side and his doctor good reputation Tor over forty years. he refreshing increating a Circuit Court district fluence of this extract is like Nature's influence the blood of Franklin county alone is un- found two r s had been broken. is bathed in the tonio which gives life to the blood the vital fires of the body burn brighter and their increased constitutional because the coun- What agony Dr. King's New Disactivity consumes the tissue rubbish which has accumulated ty has not the population requir- covery would have saved him. A during the winter. few teaspoom Ful ends a late cough "About forty years nco whllo In Newark, New Jersey. I had chills ed by law. and fever," writes Mil. MICHAEL Macuike. of National Military Home, while pTsiste nt use routs obstinate I went to Kansas City and In the sprint; of 1877 the chills and Kans. fever returned. Doctors and everything I tried failed to do me good. coughs, expe stubborn colds or Strawberries Cut Short. Finally I saw Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery advertised. took one hottlo of it and the chills vanished. In about a year afterward The prevailing dry weather is heals weak, Bore lungs. "I feel I felt them cominir back so I Rot another bottle and have never had any symptoms of fever or airue since. That Ii all of twenty years ago. to humanity," cutting the strawberry crop sure its a for I had the chills about twelve years before I started to take 'Golden Medical Discovery.' " short, but it is helping the farm- writes Mrs Effie Morton, Columbia If. Maguouc Esq. Dr. Pierce's Pltastat Pellets are tor liver Ills. er who produces the strawberries Mo., "for I lelieve I would have in other ways by allowing them consumption if I had not to wHl work their corn crops used this great remedy." Its guar and if continued a little later it anteed to satisfy, and you can get a will give them an opportunity to free trial bottle or SO cnt or 81 harvest the small grain in safety. size at Swarjn-DaLumber Co.'s in of "A dry June a good crop year," store. generally proves to be a true saying. The rhyme of "cool and dry for wheat and rye" also generally holds good. the and Mosquito Dangerous? J 1 1 God-sen- d to-da- y When Need Makes the Nation Gasp. The awful list of injuries no a George and Charlie Hammons, Fourth of July staggers humanity. of Indiana, are with their moth-or- , Set over against it, howevr, is the wonderful healing, ny Buuklen's Mrs. Louise Hammons. ONE Builder's Hardware, Cabinet Mantles, Grates, Tiles, tit Mop John V Colliver, of Ashland, visited the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Adams, over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Elder A. Easter Saturday visited his daughter, Mrs. Walter Potts at Lexington, and hidden-talluttended the aviation meeting. Arnica Salve, of thousands, who suffered from burns, cuts, bruises, bullet wounds or explosions. Its the quick healer of boils, ulcers, eczema, sore hps or piles. 25c at all dealers. flown ths thrsut of a "eapey cbleten destroys the wormi nnfl'saves the chlci's life. A f si? drop In the drinking watei Cooking or Heating Go to or Write Stoves, CUBES and PREVENTS GAPES wliltr diarrhoea, roup, cooler ai.J other chick diseases. One 50c RoUle of y Fruit and Shade Trees! Bourbon Poultry Cure 9 Makes 12 Gal'.oa.-- of Medicine. ( i k"ep a bottlo ol Every poultry mis' r W'ltn for free sample i luini this medicluo and Booklet on "Pi.ses o' 7oUs." Address, BOURDON PEH'IIT WVt.W. U'iitfon, lj. -- Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, A census bulletin issued shows Bourbon Poultry Cure is the best r STRAWBERRY PLANTS & remedy I have ever tried nnd I have that Kentucky had, April In, been in the poultry business for forty J 010, I03,454 male citizens of Grape Vines, Asparagus, Rhubarb, years. Mrs. Geo. K. Rapier, Ky. Roses, Peonies, Phlox. votsng age, and Lovisville had I have now used Bourbon Poultry (57,670 entitled to vote. Everything For Cure two years jipd 1 just could not any chickenaTwithout it. I have Mrs. Louise Hammons is very ORCHARD,' LAWN and GARDEN. raise hud a case of capes since I began not using it. Mrs. W.'J Brucey, Baskur-villill of senility at the home of her FREE CATALOG. NO AGENTS. Va. A. P. Johnson. Mrs. SOLD BY eighty-twold H. F. Hillenmeyer& Sons, C. SHIMFESSEL, CLAY CITY, KY. years Hammons is and has ten living children. ATKINSON & LYLE, STANTON, Lexington, Ky. Bards-town, e, tson-in-lao Winchester, - Ky. R. H. Winn who had been appointed to serve as Judge of the Court of Appeals in the place of Ed O. O'Rear who resigned, and who announced himsesf a candidate to till out the unexpired term of Judge O'Rear has withdraw n from the race. Move on Now! SPRING and SUMMER GOODS. We invite you to call and see our new stock of Spring and YOUR CORN It Certainly Pays Low Prices Fresh Goods Special Price on Fence for Few Days. FERTILIZE j j : Summer Goods and get our prices. You are also invited to call We and see and get prices on anything else thut you may need. try to keep every thing the people want. Every one should be interested in learning where they can get the most for their money, and where they can get merchandise says a policeman to u street crowd, and whacks heads if it don't. ' 'Move on now," gays the big, harsh, mineral pills to bowel congestion and suirering follows. Dr. King's New Life Pills don't bulldoze the bowels. They gently persuade them to right action, and healh follows. 25s at all dealers. Senator-elec- t that will best suit them. It takes where a little time to look around and satisfy yourself as to Bedford & Tuttle, ii w,ncheSrtucky. 5 this place is, but it is time profitably spent, for as you know, "Money saved is money made". As stated above, we try to keep every thing the people want. We can not, though, here call attention to every thing, but will mention the following lines Ollie M. James LEXINGTON, KY. OAPITAXj STOCK. 6100,000 mentioned ns n probable SURPLUS AND UNSHORTHAND, BOOKKEEPING, nindidate for chairman of the DIVIDED PROFITS, UOO.OOO Democratic National Convention TYPEWRITING. when it convenes in Baltimore THIS and Senator Bradley will second This school has turned out bun E President dreds of men and women who P the nomination of Bank. 3 are successes. It will make seems that Kentucky Taft. It OP WlNCUSTBK, KY, a success of you. Senators will butt or be butted E N,Hoi.i.y WlTUIHSPOON, PREHl 3 in occasionally. Oasuibk, 3 Catalogue. K W. R. SlMIAK, Write for Qirl. is being riillikan Business School, which we want you to know that we carry. "Queen Quality" and "Boston Favorite" Shoes for Women we have them in the new things in white, tans, dull finish, kid and shiny leathers in shoes, boots'and low cuts, "Walk-Ove- r shoes foi Men we have them in all the new Winchester styles in tans, gun metals und patent leathers, in shoes und low cuts. Men's and Boys' Clothing we have them in them in the and at prices to suit all. We popular colors and lutest In make-up- , also take measures for lit. inude-to-ord- Ends Hunt for Rich Often the hunt for a rich wife ends whan the man meets u woman that ukcs Electriu Bitters. Her strong nerves tell in a bright brain and even temper. Her peach-bloocomplexion and ruby Hps result from her pure blood ; her bright (yes from restful sleep; her elastic step from firm, free muscles, all telling of the health and strengh Electric Bitters give a woman, and the freedom from indigestion, back-achheadache, fainting and dizzy wpells they promote. Everywhere e, suits and guarantee a perfect f-- 3 !i VXWt&'l SCUM VOUR ACCOUNTS SOLICITED 2 sAa isml &a MtttM aa aa w our Women's, Misses and Children's Hats are trimmed by one of leading firms of the country. We think we can suit you in this line, and know wo can 6ave you money. Millinery Goods our line of Ladies' and Gents' Furnishings, Rain coats Work Pants, Trunks, Suit cuses, Mattings, Wall Paper, Sewing Maohinos, Buggies, & etc., & etc In fact sue us for anything you See need, as we can save you money. PgCSAi. OFFER: 11 f w ca I mi, ' V.iiiiu Write to-da- y; Pff rfllt!tHI'tiivM ih iiuit ir'. i HJiKirvuiiuiUt.' I " o.u... I U vrt. r,:ir.t Meatioa tins Paper. to vixam S rftfJj NTS l't9tt( UitftlV wUh nf C, Electric Bitters Succeed when evwythlng eUe &Bs. In nervous prottntioa and female weaknenea they af the, aopreme remedy, aa thomtaaa have teatiAed. Watch for our special sale days uds in other columns of this .paper. big 11 they are woman's favorite remedy. If weak or ailing try thoni; 50c at all dealers. mmm. it ia the beat medfalae aver sold over a draggittfB cavater. FOR KIDNKYtLIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE Hard wick & Co,. Stanton. AT PUBLIC SALE The Entire $40,000 Stock of the Curry Dry Goods Co., Winchester, Kentucky. Consisting of Ladies' and Children's Dresses, Suits, Dress Goods, Silks, Wash Goods, Table Linens, Laces and Embroideries, Ladies' and Children's Hosiery, Dry Goods, Etc. Beginning Wednesday June 19th, And Continuing RAILROAD FARES at 9 a. m. For Ten Days. RETURNED TO OUTOFTOWN BUYERS. , I--" Virden. We are now needing :i good Willie Curtis, of Boonesbor-ough- rain here. visited home folks Saturday and Sunday and attended family Saturday and Sunday and jeer any or all bids. nibs tunc attended church Sunday. The Sheriff was in this neighborhood last week giving the hoys an invitation "to attend the big meeting at Stanton commencing next week. PUBLIC SALE. Sale on six church. 0. W. Curtis, of Pine llidge, liov. M. P. Lowry filled his was here Monday on business. appointment here Saturday night Charley Ware, of Lexington, Sunday and Sunday night to a visited his parents several days large crowd. last week. Mrs. Bessie Mcintosh, of IndiThe people in this vicinity are an Fields, visited her parents, not done setting tobacco on Mr. and Mrs. C. C. demons and of not havini: a season. family Sunday. uc-onn- t. --1 II. (t. Snowden and Sherden T. B. and Killis Ware tried Hownian visited the former's their luck Saturday among the J Will brother, J. D. Snowden Sunday. iinny tribe and as usual brought Stanton, Ky., gull to the biglu-r- t UMUII IILUCVVI ey. J. W. MIZE, bidder the school buildini; and lot Mr. Mac Pace, of Wantaga, in a string of them. Vaughn'ti Mill, Ky. n,. ........ .i, vuuihi iimipt ) bin; the pleasant guest of Mrs. . Q wis Seed can bo seen and sample of Cieorge Tolen and wife of WinLiura Patton .Saturday and chester, visited T. B. Ware and reserving the right to accept or re- - molasses examined at the Times , I By order or tho Board of I ms- - .nim uny otikind and much the Stanton High School, the! ter tasted. Once planted no other rown 0,1 ne wl uvur 01 the un.l'.igned will on the 17th Plc nr syrup. Price 1 00 day of .June, VM'i. at 1 o'clock ner iMilnn for biii1. It not more m., at thu Court House IIIIMI - It. C. Hall. Chairman, .Ino, I). Atkinson, Sec'y. Make Your Wet Land Productive. By the use of drain tile you can Mize's Gem Sugar Cane. turn that low, wet, useless, swampy field into the most productive spot on your farm. Good tile, A new kindof cane that properly placed, not only carries off DOUBLES THE YIELD surplus water, it admits air to the of Molasses and improve the Quality 100 ner cent. Molasses clearer soil and makes it easy to work. Farm Drain Tile ,..yur It improves any soil. The increace in the value of the land is many times tho cost of the tile. The fust j'ear's crop from tiled land pays for it. Any body can do the work successfully. Write for particulars or call at our plant. Red River Brick & Tile Company, STANTON, office. . KENTUCKY. SUflMRY Hast-Bound. OF L. & E. TlflE TAJLE. Effective May ,'8, lull. West-Boun- " WEBSTER'S DICTIONARY "HC ''Gi.-.2.tu- s No. 2. Daily. l M. :!5 No. 1, Daily. A. M. Stations. No!- - 1, No- - :t. Daily Haily. P. M. ::ir. Pains AU Over! "You are welcome," says Mrs. Nora Guffey, of Broken Arrow, Okla., "to use my letter in any way you want to, if it will induce some suffering woman to try Cardul. I had Three phypains all over, and suffered with an abscess. to relieve me. Since taking Cardui, I am in sicians failed better health than ever before, and that means much to me, because I suffered many years with womanjy troubles, of different kinds. What other treatments I tried, helped me for a few days only." A.M. Lexington, Winchester, L. & E. .Junction, Indian Fields, CLAY 8 :'f)( , MERRIAM WEDSTER . ho Only Neir unabridged dio- ticnar in many years. tho jtith and essence 01 .;a authoritativo library. ?.:-'- . .ivftv flold of knowl. eV .:, An Encyclopedia in a ir.i;l book. Dictionary with tho Vm AW Divided l'ugc. 2700 Pages. VW) Words. V. .jtrations. Cost nearly h .r 2 v.lllicu dollars. I y- -J r.bout this most volume. It :ir. I'.t : ::( 8:o:i 8: IS 8 ::(2 8 :.")() ii :0t) it S:05 4:ft0 4 ::.? 7:fl 7jT(T 4:2',' '1:0.1 :fl(! i: or. :i:l.ri :s Stanton, CITY, 7p!i 7 HO :of :27 ::i2 :28 !t:P, '. :i:4T Kosslyn, Filson, Caiiiptmi 7:o: .1 :t:.fii :t:4.r. (;:T0 Miction, nA:i (i :i:!;n : Ji 4:01 A viu .t f:lt lo:(4 10 1 !:44 1 :;.; Eir-3'.-o :o.' , M,' iA.y ?St';jSg. T. J1:M Natural Bridge, Torrent, , .let. O, iV K. Junction, Jackson , Quicksand, CONNECTIONS. 40 litS.T .'. i'A'i y :.i l l 1 Qo .'no.'. :.'o :2A CARDU I WomansTonic Don't wait, until you are taken down sick, before taking care of yourself. The small aches and pains, and other symptoms of womanly weakness and disease, always mean worse to follow, unless given quick treatment. You would always keep Cardul handy, if you knew what quick and permanent relief it gives, where weakness and disease of the womanly system makes life seem hard to bear. Cardul has helped over a million women. Try it (or Sptctal liutmUont, and book. "Home Treatment lor Women," tent tree. J SI 1 PcS. full par- is per i V.' Mi r !. mo this and we will end free i tet of it zr Herri ub Co. fiprillftllcld, Mat. LEXINGTON: Train No. V will mke can timi at Lexington with the L. fc. N. for Louisville, Ky. No. !t will make connection with the L. fi N. at WinchehtcV for Cincinnati, TO, :i and 4, will make eon 'AMPTON JUNCTION: Trains Nos. I, neotion with Mountain Central Hallway to and from Campton. HKATTYVILLK JUNCTION: Train No.', .' and :i will make con- motion with the L. k A. Hailway for BeattyvillafT O. it K. JUNCTION: Trnle Nos. 2. .'! and 4 will make ennnec Kentucky Hallway for Cannel City , Ky. and tiou with Ohio O. A K. Nations. jfe' CIIAS. SCOTT, Ccn'l PuSTenr Agent. .V--