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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): May 8, 1913 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1913 cla1913050801_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.): May 8, 1913 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1913 $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 ICITY TIMES .4 8 l.l0 u Year in Ailvuncj. W; arc here to help Clay City, lie SurrounJing CouMrv aii Ourselves. i. E. Burgher, Publisher. VOL. XVIII. OIjA Y 01TY. KY., THURSDAY, MAY 8, 1913. NO. JO ' Married In Ohio. In the contest on Sntunl.iy nigh, STANTON NEWS. The I?cv. CIi3b. G. Muun surto see who would go to Lexington prised his many friends here by Don't forget to beautify tliceeni aud enter the state cont.-- t, M1k going over to his old homo in Anna Hard wick and Jout-t-t Bnono, etery. where he and Miss Florence were chosen From what wo know Miss Kabel's mother is hero from Hays, d.tughteof Mr. and Mrs. of them and have heard wo know Iowa visiting for a few days. Robert Hays, jwero married at thnt the other contestants will havo Miss Laura Spur, a former art a hard time if they win. the residenco oft the brides father at OoUeae Corner, Ohio Ajprjl teacher, was here during Com Among the many who attender' tainlrt Hie signatures of not less 24th. He ret'uned to cfiiy City meneement. Provisions of the School Law. Commencement here wer Grac than three, nor more than ten per Thursday with liis bride and will Rev. J. C. Ilanley has gone to cent oft he vote cast at the last . Under the new law the divis shortly go to housekeeping in the Atlanta, 3a. to attend a Confer and Reese Shemfessel, Pat Henry, board in each educational Banker Whitt and wife, Rev. "'. general election for the political ion division shall meet for the con Wright, property. The numer- ence of bis church. G. Mann and wife, Walter Thacker party u which the candidate is sideration of applications and ous friends of tlje groom in Clay Mr. Tilford Abner and family of Clny City; Jack Welch and wife, seeking the nomination. the election of teachers, on the City join his congregation in ex- have moved into the house they Chas. Crowe, Miss Anna Welch, It is not. necessary to secure first Saturday of June. tending lieartyjj congratulations bought of .lohti Jackson. Elmer Derickson, of Rosslyn; Misi signatures from each of the preand wish for them a long happy . Therefore, teachers desiring to Harder of Nada; Miss May Bowen, sigcincts in the county, but the Mrs. Russell, who has been teach life, f Powell county married teaclr schooi of Lrxington; Cecil Skidmore, of natures from anyone prepiuct tltis year shouldin file ing at St. Helens, is here for a vis their appli Mt. No Free Advertising. from must be on scperate sheets it. She is always welcome in our of Sterling, Dr. and Mrs. Wielder catiousatonce, with the chairman Frenchburg College, and main any other necessary to again midst. It seems the names from or secretary of the educational call attention to the fact that others whose names T did not get. . Master Wni. Thompson, of Haz division in which they may do items of personal interest are Signatures must not be secured We learn with regret thai the sire to teach, so that it may be paid matter. We gladly publish ard, took in Commencement while sooner than 90 days prior to the approved by the v kiting his grandparents, Mr. and oldest son of Mr and Mrs. Milton trustees. all items of neighborhood or geniate of the election; therefore Benningfield, of Rosslyn, was kickThe chairman and secretaries eral interest, bu must have pay Mrs. Jack Welch. no petition should be circulated ed by a mule on Sunday and die.1 of the various educational divis- for all items this year earlier than the'dth of intended to boost We are glad to know that Bur the next day, his eighteenth ions of Powell county are.us fol individuals. The Times aims to nam Skidniore and family have de May. birthday. He was n splendid younj, lows : We can ill man and liked by pub- cided to stay with us. run on No voter can sign move than everybody. Tho Education Division No 1, J. D, afford to g:ve up such good people family has always been very unforiie petition for the same office Kerr, Chairman, Log Lick, Ky, lishing everything that will in- aa they are. terest our readers in general, tunate when getting hurt, or hav and each siguer must declare Albert Easter, Secretary, Wal but we must refuse to publish We are glad to see Mrs, Henry ing teeth pulled as they bleed so it is his purpose to vote for that tersviile, Ky. some items sent in because they Tipton out again after a long siege freely it is alinnut impossible to the candidate for which he signs. Education Divine n No. 2, J are pull's and ofto benefit only of sick n ess. Her cheerful dispoxi stop the flow of blood. The young No person shall sign a nomiman bled to death from nating petition of any candidate A. Crabtree, Chairman, Genet, a few individuals, who frequent- tien and laughter are as good as a from the mule. We deeplyibe kick symna- Ky., T. G. Cole, Knolton, Ky ly never did and never will sub doctor sometimes. in any political party other than thize with the family. scribe for or pay for their local that which such signer is a mem- Secretary. Miss Snodgrass, cur music teach The Gold Medal Contest held on Educational Division No. 8, G. paper. ber. er at the college, returned to her Friday night was splendid and wo Ros Petitions must be filed with M. Derickson, Chairman, feel, that hppeu JPenj8jlyana Tuesday and. as can be the declaime,!")" produced in any college 1lin!nuutv,L'lerk"t:wfttfeirHr The citv schools close today will soon take up a splendid post' of our land with like practice. days prior-tthe date of the pri- Uage, Ky. Educational Division No. 4, Several members of the advanced tion in Pittsburg in her chosen Some cun hardly be beat. It was mary. a good thing that strangers were grade will go to Stanton tomor work of music. Candidates for Magistrate and F. O. Powell, Chairman, Xena, row to take examination for Harry Russell, who has been at- the judges as the contestants were the Ky., inso evenly Nonstable in the various Magis- Ky., and John Kinser, Pilot, certificates. Not that t he v all, tending Staunton College, in Vir- deed hard matched that it was Ar Secretary to make a choice. terial Districts will use the same or, in fact, any of them intend to ginia the p.ist year, is here for the thur Johnson won the medal und form as candidates for county Child Abandoned. teach, but will take the exanii summer. Harry is a fine young we are glad to know that he ha offices and the number of signaA ;:irl li;ily 1 mouth old is at nation as a test and demonstra- man. He couldn't help from be- such ability and hope that he will tures required must not be less the Louisville citv hospital, hav- tion of their proficiency. The ing one with the mother he has. use it to best advantage. All de serve praise und while they lost yet. than three per cent nor more ing been alMioiiineri by a couple school has been a success this Prof Wielder and wife, of the effort was well worth it and we than ten per cent of the total who placed it in i lie hands of a year, com Frenchburg College, took part in trust that out of this defeat wil! respective negm at in Union Depot, with plaints llie usual Habitual vote cast for their against the teachers have tome greater ellorts. Commencement week. Prof, preach- win und some must lose. All cannoi parties at the last election in the I usl riK' urn.'- luUe it to liu been agreeably lacking. ed at night and was a judge in the district that is involved. FoU. ' - II Mie Lou ret ta Norton, who has beer Geld Medal Contest. His wife wns Accidentally Shoots Self. nick for a number of months died a judge iu the Lexington Contest. on Tuesday of this week. She wu Boyd Curry, merchant atGreo ivable girl and had a host of ly, Lee county, Friday night Stanton College will open the friends who will miss her beautiful while chasing a rut that had just Third Monday iu August of this life. She was only twelve years of caught a young chicken, with year, litis is done ho that many rf age but that disease of which Kenrevover in hand, stumbled and the young men who have to drop tucky is so noted for, consumption. discharged the weapon which out early in the spring may get the took her from our uiidbt. There is took effect in his knee, indicting advantage of more schooling. Lat a vacant place in the home thai will he hard to fill, but God in most painful and probably dan er announcements will be made. wisdom took her, perhaps gerous wound. His knee cap was been that she might draw others to live Miss Bettie Boone, who has the life that will take them home cut completely in two. He was teaching in the Cannel City school, to where she is. She was a mein Saturday taken to the hospital at lias returned home. In talking with her of the Christian church having Lexington. Mr. Curry is u broth Prof. C. E. Clark of the Cannel dedicated in ecrly 'ife to the Masof H. G. Crabtree, of City school he said that she was a ter. Mr. aud Mrs. Harlow Norton (his city. splendid teacher and that they and family have the deep sympa thy of the whole community. would want her back next year. Qrder your Spring Public Sale of BaakStock. Hub has been Commencement That speaks well for Mies Bettie as our week and we all have greatly enjoy- As Administrator of II. C. Hall, a teacher. Custom We have realized ed the exercises. I will sell at the front door of the Rev. C. G. Mann surprised us all what a vast benefit Stanton College Department and seClay City National Bank, in Clay by bringing in a beautiful bride for ins been to our young men and cure perfect fit, perCity, Kentucky, at public outcry to Commencement. We gladly wel- women Weweio made to lie ptoud fect style and the the highest bidder, on Saturday, come her to the mountains and in- - of them and of the work that thev Accomplished. The gradu May 10th, 1913, at :i:30 o'clock p. to our homes. We haven't learned have fullest satisfaction. ates were Jonett lioone, Arthur f bliares of the yet where he found her or who she Johnson, Karl Welch, Marion At iii., two and Call and see the capital stock of the Clay City Na- was before marriage but from her kinson, Gladys Welch and Ktliel Spring and and they did splendid ir tional Hank. looks the preacher knew where to Baker, giving the orations und essays. Summer Woolens Said stock will bt sold on a cred- - go all right. What a pity that Botno more of out it of threo months, the purchaser to they're the most beautiful and excluTo those who kenw Prof. Mo- - voung men that we see loahnc a- t execute bond with good security, round our streets could not go to sive in town, the complete line of 'biaring interest from date of sale. Couaghu and wife it was a pleasuro our eollege and bring forth honoru to meet them again and renew old like these graduates have. Such This April 80th, 1913. friendship. They have a host of young men like these graduate Rex Hall, 1 Bro. will seldom make a criminal, a bum friends in Powell eounty. Admr. of H. C. Hall, deceased. McConughn prt ached Sunday morn or an undesirable citizen hut Our prices are lowest our clothes bes( will be better for the yearn ing and delivered the Commence- they have epent in the walls of Cow Pea (or Sale. the Feed peas at market price. Now ment address Monday evening, llis college. I wish 1 could go into deai'drvss was flue and appreciated tails more about Commenccuitir. 50. Will go higher later. but space forbids. by all. J. E. Burgher. O-hi- Some Primary Law. pre re "Political alliliation Now that candidates can take (lui'iio for a candidate in the Melinite action in getting their August primary an much as ago names mi the ballot of the pri- or residence," declared Assist mary election, August 2nd, we ant Attorney General Morris in a print bo my some vital points of communication advising a county the new law : clerk that his duties ire minis Each candidate must file a peti- - teriol fn tiling nomination pa I in o pre-cinc- t. business-fprinciple- z-- $r 8lyn,.Ky..F.-C.JV'ill6,ASocreta- ry Our Tape Line is Ready for te YOU! suit througn Tailoring one-hal- new t GSM tsar-- am ESfl Lowe & Crowe, Rosslyn, Ky. .' HIE 1 1MB: I'UHLISIIKl' KVKKV THURSDAY. Subscription' rateet a year or three years in iiurance $2. I- - H. burgher, Publisher. spcond'-eliis-s Kntered as iriifil mntter. Thnrpdny, Muy 8, lSMIi. CLUB RATES. For the convenience of our subscribers, we have arranged club rates with tlie following papers at prices below mentioned: The Times and Courier-Journ$1.00 " Cincinnati Enquirer 1.10 ' Louisville Herald 90 ' Home and Farm 75 " Inland Farmer 1.00 " American Farmer 90 u Southern Agriculturist 75 al becauso thev would thereby be paying a "double iifcomu tax. However, our malefactors of great wealth must, face the music and suffer the lessening of their incomes by the tux oil corporations and still puy t lie Government the scheduled rates on their net incomes regardless of the source from which it is derived or how'niany times it has been taXt'd before it reaches them. The income tax will probablytake one' round' million of dollars' each year' out. of tlie inflated pockets of Mr. Rocker feller which however, will still leave hint an income--' variously estimated at from fifty, luiUioi (Iol)ars'tb one hundred millioiiH on tliose Incomes In this issue of the Times appears the announcement of I). I). I'otts for County Judge. Mr. I'otts has served two terms as Justice of tho Peace and knows a great deal of the county's needs. He is a man thut is not spasmodic in his support of Democratic nominees, but supports them regularly as they come, and for this and many other reasons is very popular with his party. He is, so far, the only candidate, for Judge. Mr. Potts is one of the original opponents of the use of money and liquor in elections and says neither shall be used in prosecuting his campaign should he have opposition later.1 We are slioving..an. Elegant Line of FALL AND WINTER GOODS Including Cloaks and Wraps MEN'S AND BOY to fit tucfe '' ' '. Ladies' Suits, Millinery, and etc. CUOtHINO you and your pocketb'ook. ANNOUNCEMENTS. For County Judge. Powell county, subject to the action of I he Democratic primary election in Au, dbllars pef Vearso'MrltrfeVe-felle- r will certainly have a iii'iin disposition if he kicks at paying one million or even two million dollars per year when his country has lavished upon him such ' huge favors of wealth.- & Oi - .Texns reports a "big" snowstorm. As if Texas ever had anything that was not big. Most politicians fit their policies to meet the business end of success. wav-wit- h When you want any kind of Merchandise, lliink of I'otts us candidate for County Judge of For County Attorney. We arc authorized to announce D.'D. gust. . We are authorized to announce 0.0. Atkinson its candidate for County At- torney of Powell county, subject to the action of the Democratic primary-electioin August. For County Court Clrrk. We are authorized to announce .7. 1 Ornbtree as candidate for Countf Court Clerk of Powell county, subject to the of the Democratic primary election in August. For Assessor. 7m ft Remove the obstacles if you A.C. train. o.iit col"e vo"r ton the other day had trouble want ttlina a passenger because he VasTo Whom t nay cem contending., ,, cIuimant8 a. justice. The Wain Tni? , notif was crowded and gainst, the estate of J. T. Berry, sengers had to stand up. jie deceased, to file claims in legal form passenger refuged, to, give upihis with me on or before June oth, ticketwith u 1913, or otherwise they will be barseat. He was willing to 'pay1 red. J. C. Jivernian, .for transportation, but said ustlie Administrator,' hud to stand up, it was not worth (Address) Vest Bend, Ky , so' luVi'cli as full fare, which'is ! May 5th, 1913. twenty-one'pHS - SHIMFESSEL'S and give us the opportunity' to please you as' we have been doing for so many years, pasl with v. satisfaction both to you and ourselves. unless-supplied- Everything to Please theCustomer to entitle a passenger for Assessor 'of I'owell counts, subject to the action of ,....,.:,. il.o ..i....:.... . August. ('.'aster nllrlinm'aiirl ns candidate ntmAA O A l. For Jailer. ' We are authorized to announce Jesse Crow as rnniliilntA for .Tnilnp nf Prvuoll county, subject to the action of the Ite- (uuiicaii primary election in August, (osecure tariff hearings before the Senate Finance Committee, but this privilege was denied as the Finance committee truthfully says that ample opportunity was given to the manufacturers (o be heard befoie the Ways and Means committee when the hill was before this committee. Not only is the Democratic Press but nearly tho entire Independent 1'ress throughout the country is The Underwood Tariff Bill is milking rapid progress through congress and it is generally believed that it will, become a law by July 1st. A fight was made CO., Toledo, O. We.the undersigned, have known F J. Cheney, for the last 15 years f ndihfljeyq. hinji perfectly honorable in all buniness teansactions and financially able to rarry out any obligatinnR'made by his firm. There is reason to fear that VValdiiig, Kiunan & Marvin, tVholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. less than 12.000,000 American Hall's Catarrh Cum -. taknn incooks have read the 12,000,000 ternally, acting directly upon the cook books issued by blood and mucous surfaces of the t j .I free Testimonials syet'.m. Some of the pessimists are Price 75 cents per bottle. Sold by mad because Bryan and Wil all Druggists son are getting along so well to- Take Hall's Family Pills for ether. dv. constipation. F. & i- . with a He vMn out as lio'sh'o'uliiuye une. The' U. ic O. is. largely 'like the L& N., take no thought of comfort tor is passengers. We have ridden on trains of that road when there was hardly standing room. Kailroads , justly should not Je allnweU to collect full fare oiiiy when passengers are supplied with seat 8. Half service, should only command half fare., . - conitortable.-seat- How's This? We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh I : Cure J. CHENEY Figures That Talk and all thosie .vhb want ra, place for their money: This is - Farmers, Merchants, Timbermen, a National Bank, established in 1889 and has been doing since that time. It is as safe as any bank regardless ofafety. business continuously of size or location; see our statement. We have $25,000.00 invested in United States Government Bondsr $25,000.00 inverted in Firs Mortgage Bonds on Railroads, besides over $60,000.00 ' of loans to our customers, every dollar in its of g. which is perfeclly safe. ' Send us your deposits and feel re ' ' '" " " j:iven Hon. Oscar Underwood, of Alabama, unstinted praise for the statesmanship ho has in handling this bill be cause it is practically 'his own bill with the few suggestions added by 1'it'sident 'Wilson relat-'in- g to wool and sugar. . Mr. sent a terrific shot through the ranks of the protec tionists when he declared that tho tariff duties for tho lust fifty 'years were really war duties which necessitated exceedingly high turiffduties in order to raise a large revenue for tho needs of the (Jovi'iiinient in the' Civil war of J80I to 18(15. Tho manufuc lurcrh ha vii grown bo wealthy as a result of that high protection hiit they have been enabled to America's Handsomest jioslsry I'ontrol , congreps and the presiHas flood the left for years, yet it has never "retted" on the t dents ever since the war up until tion of a past year each year it has et anew the high mark of maximumreputa- it the present time. each year it has earned a better name for excellence that's why it has gaindie-playe- MRS. J, W. WILLIAMS. Clay City National Bank, ' k d CLAY CITY. KENTUCKY. Capital Stock, . Surplus and Profits, Shareholders' Liability, -- ' $25,000.00 $6j000.00 $25,000.00 Our Window twenty-eigh- 1 . Black Cat tHpsiepy - USB HOPE $ i.s liialu-r- MILLS FJOU K hose-mer- Good Bread' and Butter the bnckbone of tlie tuition inn tliH lient fnoil for fbildri'ii well for their purenK l'r. nf tin- children' luurli buskt l tis wi ll ns that of the itieiihunici tjicre I i n- Tho "malefactors of .wealth'1 as. Roosevelt calls for flyle of soft" have been in hope thut ns long its luxurious softness see its shapeliness its knit (is an incoiuo tax has already est yarns for comfort colored by the higheft salaried dyer, in America for beautymade with extended reinforcements' in heel and toe for wear. been placed on the incomes of LOOK FOR THE SIGN OF THE BLACK CAT (lirpnratioiifi that those fortunate and you'll be sure to get sausfadion-yoq- 'll get hosiery that-ithe producTc-- thehigh-eindividuals whose incomes art) skill of the latest improved machincry-- ol years successful manufact large but derived through divi- turing experience. Ypu U get the most durabe and desirable jic'madc Black Cat. dends, from corporations, would nut be required to pay u tax of I "glove-futings f ed the confidence of the American Family that's why it is demanded, purchased great and worn by buyers of judgment and sensible economy. thorn, See the Black Cat at our hosiery counter convince yourself as to its merits! Feel st twenty-eigh- -- COPVRIOMT notliliif,' iimrt-- piilutubli llu'fif tlnti li'I't, white ilelleioiit iiutl tlutriti(iil,. bnatl Hindu from the lYnrl Hour. ?' ' MRS. J. W. WILLIAMS. Made by J. ANDREW CAIN,Versailles, K TUBA - TIMES. K HOMK-MAD- PAL'Kli. MAY" Several from here attended the Tims. Edge mid family have Mrs. F. P. Tracy and daughter, Commencement at Stanton moved to Nadu. Olga, visited friends at Winchesfrom Sunday until Tuesday. Tho city council was in regular ter Wm. Mount, Jr., has gone to Harriiuan, Tenn., where ho takes session Friduy night, when it was flillikan Business 5cho3l, iui our charge of a hotel. Wo regret to u.jii;ii;u leuuin-rs Trees! Trees! Trees! Fruit and Ornamental Strawberriea, Shrubs, Hedging, Asparagus, Rhubarb, Grapes, Rosea, Peonies, Phlox, etc. Everything for Orchard, Lawn and Oar Jen. NO AGENTS Til V USD AY, 8, J 913 give Kill up, but wish him success in his new ven- ture. celebrated his 88th birthday Snturday. Many Assessor G. A. Ciabtrec, was of his friends and acquaintances ' down from Genet Friduy and gathered in to wish the old gen tleman a happy occasion mid hope Saturday. for him many mote such pleasant G. B. Ballard, of Polleyton, birthdays. ' Whitley county, visited relatives tor the Weak and Nervous here this week. schools would be chosen. This was deferred until next month, however. LEXINGTON, KY. BOOKKEEPING, " SHORTHAND, LOCAL BREVITIES. K. 11. W. Cox TYPEWRITING. Wonderful Skiir Salve Bucklen's Arnica Salve is known everywhere as the best remedy This school has turned out hundreds of men and women who made for all diseases of the skin, are successes. It will make and also for burns, bruises and a success of you. boil. Reduces inllumntion and is FREE CATALOG H.F. H.IIenmeyer&Sons Lexington, Ky. j. T' . F. YVilliams, of Beatty. , ville, spent a few days this week with friends in the city. Tlie continued dry weather has Mit short the strawberry crop which is now ripening. The dry weather is also hard on oats and young grass. The first examination for white teachers will take place at Stan-- . ton Friday and Saturday. Wo learn several applicants' will take ' the examination. Card et Thanks. We desire to sincerely thank t he people of Stanton and the community for all their kindness- - j us during the sickness and death of our dear Louretta. She was Mich a lover of flowers and she appreciated all that were sent to her and the fruits and gifts also. We little realized she was so lov-- d by the whole neighborhood till she was taken sick. To one it ur) all we express our thankB in this hour of suffering. Mr. and Mrs. Harlow Norton and family, Mr. and Mrs. Anse Norton. ' Ceastipatioa Cured. Dr; King's New Life Pills will relieve constipation promptly and get your bowels in healthy condition agaii. John Supsic, of Fa., says: "They are the best pills I ever used, and I advise everyone to tine them for constipation, indigestion and liver complaint." Will help you. Price 45c. Recommended by all dealers. Ad. San-bury, weak, nervous men and women would feel ambitious, energetic, full of life and always have a good appetite, if they would do the sensible thjng for health-ta- ke Electric Bitters. Nothing better for the stomach, liver or kidneys. Thousands say they owe their lives to this wonderful home remedy. Mrs. 0. Rhinevault. of Vestal Center, N. Y., nays: "I Electric ltitteis as one of the greatest of gifts. lean never for get what it has done for me " Get a bottle yourself and see what a difference it will make in your health. Onlv 50c and jl 00. Tired-ou- t, re-ga- soothing and healing. J. I, Sossa-mapublisher of News, of Corne lius, N. C, writes that one box helped his serious skin ailment af- othr remedi'-- failed. Only 25c. Recommended by all dealers. n, Write for Catalogue. tr Adv. A Splendid Machine. hv mI deal it AHv The office of the Times is now equipped with a brand new Fox Typewriter, model 28, and without hesitation we advise any and every one needing a typewriter to either write to the Fox Typewriter Co., Grand Rapids, Mich., for catalog giving description, etc., or call at the Times office and inspect the typewriter itself. ? 2 9 ( When in Need of : Builder's Hardware, Cabinet Mantles, Grates, Tiles, 2 2 fSM IN GOLD FOR PRIZK8 - IN CORN AND TOMATO GROWING. TWO CAPITAL PRIZES OP 1350 IN GOLD EACH AHE OFFERED BT MR. 3. B. M'FER-RAFOR BOYS AND GIRLS N WHO ARB MEMBERS OF CLUBS WORKING IN. KENTUCKY. IT IS HOPED THAT THESE TWO HUGE PRIZES WILL CAUSE THE YOUNGSTERS TO PUSH THEIR CROPS TO THE LIMIT. THE BOYS' CORN CLUB WHO IS CHAMPION FOR THE STATE AND GROWS MORE THAN 150 BUSHELS OF CORN ON HIS ACRE WILL RECEIVE $250 BOY IN GOLD. THE GIRL WHO EXCELS IN HER TOMATO CANNING OVER ALL THE OTHER GIRLS IN THE CLUB WORK IN THE STATE AND CANS OVER 800 QUARTS WILL SECURE $2:0 IN GOLD. After thoroughly testing out the I' ox lype writer we have decided ro take the local agency for it for Clay City and vicinity, and will heerfully demonstrate the good features of the Fox Typewriter to any one interested, and will show wherein it is bet ter than the very best of other makes. We are tuthorized by the Fox Typewriter Co., of Grand Rapids, Michigan to oiler a free trial of one of these typewriters to any one interested in the purchase of a typewriter. After trial the can eitjier be paid for in all cash, or in 5.00 monthly installments, as the purchaser may prefer. Read the FOX r Cir.'s h advertisement o page 4 of this paper, and then ill at our olliceand see the typewriter itself. type-writer Cooking or Heating Go to or Write Stoves, Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, Winchester, - Ky. Type-ivrite- Best Medicine for Colds Well n a druggist recommends a HARDWIOK & COMPANY. 1 B Come to Our Store And let us show you what we carry. h S3 nice line of goods Our stock of Dry Goods, Notion", is Groceries, Hardware, Clothing, Shoes an i etc. replete with Variety, Style and Quality. THIS COMBINED WITH OUR reined" 'for enlds, throat and lung troubles, you can feel sure that he knows what he is tulkiutr about. 0. Lower, Drucuiot, of Marion, i, writes of Dr. King's New : "I know Dr. King's New Discovers is the bent throat and lung medicine I s'.ll. It cured my wife, of a severe bronchial cold after all other remedies failed." It will do the same for you if you ure Hutferinu' with a cold or any bronchial, theoat or lunir cough. Keep u bottle on hand all the time for everyone in ihtT family to use. It is a home doctor Price 50c and 1,00 Guaranteed by all dealeis. 0-hDis-eoverv Spring and Summer GOODS. Our Spring and Summer Goods are uow in and we want you to call and see them and get our prices. You should want to know where you can get the best selections and the most for your money or produce. We are especially anxious for you to call who nre interested in these important points. It is our aim to carry everything the people want, but can not here mention al. But want to call your attention to tho following lines that wo handle. Shoes for Men and "Queen Quality" Shoes fqr Women, in all the new things in tuus, gun metals and putents in both low cuts and regalar shoes, "Astor" Brand Hats for Men and Boys, Hart, Schaffner, and Marx and "Heart" brand Clothing for Men, "Mintor" Brand Clothing for Boys. We have them for both Men and Boys in the lutest styles in plain, ulso in tho new and Hats popular Norfolk suits. Women's trimmed i.nd styles, Men's punama hats, wool, in panamas and other popular silk and wash dress goods in all the new things, rain coats for all, neckwear, suit cases, trunks, carpets, umbrellas, etc., etc. "Walk-Over" Adv Low Prices Mako it to your internet to give us a good share- of - your trade. Wo trlvo to please our customers be- cause we Know tut Ufud customers are our best upsets. thiLamp Oil that r 1 Yours to please, clear and clean without a flicker down to the laat drop. rvnnfflranU crude oil refined to perfection. Coita no more than the Inferior tankwecoa oiU-ia- thli bj getting the oil that burai MONEY Nothing ! mora Important In tba home Mian clear, ateadv Ufhtr Inaar boo EytM ready-to-we- rej WALDRON & JOHNSON, m WORK eaTeeeyee. Yoor dealer baa SOLITK OIL barrel direst from our work. tarei la due. We aaU C. Sttf M Ky. Wam-n- , Ci. Waltersville, Ky. Refiner? at Hal Ma, J Fa. tteoaletwated "KoCarb" Auto OIL mm Hard wick & Co., Stanton. WaW 5-- m&X e ( XJ3W ERA FARMER TRAIN YOUR BOYS AND GIRLS RIGHT For Sale See us for ur flioe Mr- .1 in ts. It has boon a most favorable Thoy i'ii8on on .voting Iambs. .iru auuiuiaiit in the HitioiT.iss auction prices. cottage nod three loi in western portion of city. Apply toT. ii. Ballard. Clay (jitv, Ivy. Four-roo- V William. OVER fT YEARS EXPERIENCE ami are bringing large More sheep should be ;rown in tin's county. They will Don'! Let Them Waste Time Mve on bushes and weeds and do on Useless Studies. well. But of course they will do bettor on good grass like ev WHAT CAN YOU Timothy Hay Clean and nice delivered any where in Clay City at CO ets per bale. Cow pen hay at the iauie price. J. K mBmi Burgher. mm mm vsnm ilwrir.ilnn ni.ir Anrmin cni1lii a cht-Irl- i pur opirmm frco wtiollir kit nnloMr tiiimimli-- i. liirciilViii lipn0inl.IT imienrliln. HAMlUQCS lloiiKnlrlrllwcofillileiitlnl. " I'nlM.'j mil frr. lililmt (vonrr M aci'titinrf p.ili'iim. X rotent takenII tlirotuli Mum UiO l'u. rcoolfo III IfteUu nillci, ft liont churso. wcoUr. Ahnsomclrlllntrnlnd limriuil. l.tnttl ut tnf idoi'lUM Term. II reiu-- l (nor nioiiiui, Vb BulU hjun newmenlerj. j " A RICHMOND. KY. Training School for Teachers nrrrnieaiBt Vtll-la HI of KfOtuckr. Dcoicria Cocvnioirrn Ac. I HADE iviarmw bu iq run to A r h;cti - Cmotm-h- Tattlott Pro fry other domestic animal. "The early bird ditches the worm," is an old paying and one that is just as applicable to the farmer who gets in his crops early as to any one else. Be an early bird and the majority. of 'iiccesses will come your way. Brains an Essential Element in EXPECT? f CAPITA!.. STOCK. 8100,000 SUHl'IiUSA.NDU.V- - Icll.cliool.ilTliiifiilerl. HrlTlIicj Hclf ;1 ThlM IVrm Umhrrt, BwMTrrtn Kownhcrl April T, 8aunir Sckool T. rMirtbTrm wliool, w nsnl lr.l.lwill oiinnnr TfrplnJMiiif- scKtitific Office, nmmmi A Boy "Pained For a Profusion Is Not Apt to Be Contented or Successful i at a Farmer Yet Agriculture ll Quite at Important at the Clataict or 4 the "Learned" Professions. Could you expect, to DIVIDED PROFITS, 1200.000 j, o ORABBfjf VMUeM r. Jiny; nseiBror.rlfiWTOrK m V BU Wulilngton, D. C ? Winchester Bank. 3 of! Winch stkk, Kv. N. IIor.LY WiTMisttsroog, Piihs. OASIIIRH. W. K. Sl'HAli, bed-ridde- rear a Jlanure. Some years ago a Texas farmer t wrote e.litor of Farm and Ranch :isking what to mix with barn yard manure for best results and not the insulting information, ''mix your bruins with it." Rosslyn. Sunday School attendance, 00. Collection, 58 cents. Mr. D. W. Martin and funiilv were the guests Sunday of Slier iff T. C. Hull. Mrs. W. M. Howell who w taken to the hospital is improving fast, will soon be lunm-- . Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Powell an two daughters, lluili and Annie of Xena, were guests Sunday ol .Mr and Mrs. James Martin. soon. Sermon by Rev. W. K. ...I Sunday School at the Methodist church Sunday was Sunday, M. F. Beningfield, Siipt, We hope to organize a priiver meeting at this place Hard-hie splendid text. What does every reader of the Times think whose son is He. The Brother gave us u grand talk on this subject, one listened to with srreat interest. Every church in our nation needs neli sermons. Church contribu tion $4.10. Mr. and Mrs. M. F Bening field's son, George, while walk ing with bis head down in search of a lost pocket knife, ran on a mule colt, the animal kicked him in the mouth, knocking out some hi ins teem ami a piivsician was hastily sent for. After doing -- Wrat ye think of Christ, TV umise son is ne." rtiins is a i ting horse or a Rood steady imal if you sent the beast in its early youth to a man who trained a .tableful .of fancy saddle stock? Can you ex pect your boy to go through the ordinary rural high school and have him "stay hitched" on the farm? These propositions are Identical. The average comity high school holds up Ideals and teaches topics that will necessarily lead the lwy to sigh for a city career in the Ira rued professions, so calleii. Are you and I to blame? Of course we are. It Is only necessary for the parent, the taxpayers, the everyday folks who hold the purse strings to say: "Here, we have had enough of an education that is so old that it is musty an education that is all books. Qlvc our children an education that fits them for life here at home." This new education that will fit peo pie for life Is coming, but It is coining too slowly In the country. Our very best young blood is being siphoned out of the country and into the city. The cities do not need this fine uew blood the country does. It Is quite easy to say thnt the cry is rising, "Back to the farm." But it is not at all easy for the city man to go in fact, the city man, the man bred and born in a big city, can hardly go back to the soil with any degree of He certainty that he will succeed. lacks the technical part of farm work that comes through dally contact with live, growing things, that contact which the country boy has had since the day ho first began to notice things If these statements seem at all too strong simply pick up tbo Kentucky Educational Directory of 1012. Turn to the list of county high schools on page 34 and run through them. Out of about 180 approved high schools MA are classical or English high school are scientific high and only thirty-si- x schools. One trotfarm an- Bad Spells "I suffered, during girlhood, from womanly weakness," writes Mrs. Mojlie Navy, of Walnut, N. C. "At last, I was and had to give up. We had three almost doctors. All the time, I was getting worse. I had bad spells, that lasted from 7 to 28 days. In one week, after I gave Cardui a trial, I could eat, sleep, and joke, as well as anybody. In 8 weeks, I was well. I had been an invalid for 5 weary years ! Cardui relieved me, when everything else failed." n, ' YOUR ACCOUNTS SOLICITED jjj SHIPP'S QUICK- - RELIEF LINIMENT. This is the liniment the people are talking about. It is the most .wonderful remedy for relieving pain I have ever used. Capt. Anderson Berry, Lexington, Ky. I iied this liniment and the puiu and like magic-Jai- ler "orem'BS disappeared W. T. Ballenger, Lexington, Ky. For relieving aches and. pains this liniment bants anything I ever 3aw. J. II. Letton, Lexington, Ky. It is tho only remedy T have found that has given me any relief since I was p.trnlized four years ago Mrs. Susan Welborn, Newburg, Ind. If it fails to relieve any pain in any imrt of the body in fifteen minutes, ask for your money back. SOLD BY ALL LEADING DRUGGISTS. Cardui WomansTonic If you are weak and ailing, think what it would mean, to you, to recover as quickly as Mrs. Navy did. For more than 50 years, this purely vegetable, tonic remedy, for women, has been used by thousands of weak and ailing sufferers. They found it of real value in relieving their aches and pains. Why suffer longer? A remedy that has relieved and helped so many, is ready, at the nearest drug store, for use, at once, by you. Try it, today. Write to: Ladict' Advisory Dent., Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chattanoota. Tena. book, Home Treatment lor Women," tent Iree. J 57 for Special InttrnUlons. and gc RIGHT HERE IS YOUR CHANCE TO BUY THAT TYPEWRITER! mammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmLi: zr,M .m-sas- s m Typewriter Talk by a Typewriter Man to the Readers of The Clay City Times. is-- a straight-from-the-Shoulder Tfiis Farm Drain Tile .Vlaki By Your Wet Land Productive. Just so long ns our country boys are pushed through schools that are clns slcal in their tendencies Just so Innc No other typewriter built rewill our rural population drift city ward, for their education lias devel gardless of any claims made is theeciunl of the jiew Fox Visible oped them most carefully for that life. Typewriter either in material BOY IS TO FARM used, or in workmanship, or in the IF YOUK TRAIN HIM FOR A FARMER. number and convenience of its RE A PRO special features. There are many IF YOUR ROY FESSIOXAI. MAN TRAIN HIM IN good typewriters being built and sold, but wo claim for the new THAT DIRECTION. rox Visible Typewriter that it is better tliim the best of these, and THIS IS 1913. that its automatic features com bined cannot be found in any oth Would you plant and harveat aa in er tjpewriter. The New Fox is a 18E0T typewriter that will meet with the Would you light your houae aa in approval of tho most critical user. A single demonstration will-co1850? Would you cook over the fire aa In vince you we will make it at our ex euse, if you will permit us. 1850 Would you uia a "muzzle loader" ai I8-T- O Whether yon have had the use of a typewriter or not, you have paid fur one many times over. Yes ir, we mean it; everyday you continue using the old, slow mettled of writing witli a pen you are unconsciously paying for a typewriter. The farmer who cuts his grain with a scythe pays witli every drop of sweat for a reapi r If you arc neglectful of your wearing apparel and expose yourself unnecessarily to the ruin unl cold you are paying for the very things that would have kept you well anil comfortable, ltemember this and y mark it well: You must pay for the necessities of this life, whether you use them or not. pay--pa- into the most- productive your farm. Good tile, properly placed, not only carries off nrplus water, it admits air to the oil and makes it easy to work It improvcH any soil. The inereace nthe value of the laud is many :mn' the eost of (he tile. Tlie first year' nop from tiled land puyt f r ii. Any hodv can do the work u v. Writo for puriicu-rII at out plant. i iiv field -- turn thai low, wet, ustltss, swum - the use of drain tile you eat. in 18507 Would you breed razorbacka' aa in pot on If everything on your farm and in your home uear the murk of lOlH why will yon Insist upon a school that was planned in 1S.V)? If your children are lo live ami earn a llviuK in lun would It not he bettvi to give them a ll)i:i education? BY 18507 THIS IS THE NEW VISIBLE FOX SENT ON FREE TRIAL, Express Paid. "BETTER THAN THE BEST OP ALL OTHERS." ALL MEANS. - Red River Brick & Tile Company, T.NTOV. KENTT( KY - ONE ifiOP down a chick's throat cuir faixai A Uvr drop , iui dunking water cure-- in ana prevents chok-rn- , tllar-hoandolherchlck tl: wwm-- 1)i;-- j Mc Untie link J cations tf uedicloe At all JrurslBln. Sample and boofcln on7,DI aw-Hof t'uwls" tent l'HUll. ca s 1 Superintendent Il.irker has the right idea. Ho proposes to establish aa agricultural course In the West Liberty high school. That should have beeu done at the outset. Wonder If there Ik- - any who are so shortsighted as to oppose; Wo nope not on nMi would be in 1mm If some one should propose to lake history, grumiuur oi civics out f the curriculum. Agrlcul- ttiro Is just us lniiortaut as either ot these. Kdllotial Licking Yullev Cou- rler. ' tf MUMSN fOULTlY CW1 ovovi lliing ill tl eirpoVer lu Have Iiis life, at 8:51) u in. mi lliefuli iiibl., i ho Death Angel ut' (ind Unlled Stutcs on Free Trial, all express charucs fully paid no "K-- lai.t-nodelav no ohlieailon in bnv. If urchai-t,rliU l'a" l'uJ" 11 ,l,Uu down whatever you can spare .inil the lulance in small monthly payments. visiteil tl is litinie ii. l took In in Uearter, in nil sincerity we can honestly s.iy this proportion law never been .e)U'iled by any other tyiewiili r icm" il TUM. lilt" l iver of diMlli. KtiniT' . i iti j ti asi n j . ..in uii j villi cnu ytiu unr yuwi umi ru,t v mi, u iiiii m.hik'iiiiu uuiims rn log mid write you personally about our typewriter and i ree '1 rial olTer. al t.y Kv . JiMif- - Ku l pntl'h'K. t Look at tho illustration of our New Fox Visiblu Typewriter, shown" above, and compare it with any oilier typewrit er you have ever seen or used. Here is a really VJblilLE typewriter note that the printing point is on top in plain sight, nnrt.that the typo bars rise from where they are lying and strike the platen in full view of the operator, ami-ia direct line of vision, ana that all of what you have written remains in full siuht until tho naner is removed fron&tho typewriter. Compare this with thoseold stylo typewriters, that some tirms are still advertising as vlsibles, but' on which the printing point U beneath the typebars, and you have to look down into them or between them to Me what you have written. Touch a key in the keyboard and you change the color of your writing instantly from black, blue or purple to red. Press the Tabulator Key ut tho left (in front) for paragraphing, wrltiug the complimentary elosiue. etc. ; also fur ull kinds of billing. At the right (in front) is our Buck .Space Key. This moves the carriaue backward for making corrections, or putting in punctuation. This key also enables the operator to erase a word of three letters and wiiiooiieoi iour in us pisce. rrcss me ciencn iey saown at mo leu iironi) ior n awng siencus iroin wpicii tiiou- sands of duplicate letters can bo made. Four rows of Kejs reduce the shifting loi k The right Shift automaticully for wr mi! in all caps. A poMiive iiiiu muiic l.lnc lock pn venis jou irom willing Ueyonu a' le; preduter. mined line. The ribbon Irnvd in a line not straight aorovs from spool to hkx1 us on others- thus iiring all (lf "IU r!l'bou mid making it hut three or four limes as long as on oilier typewriters, 'Hie ribbon automatically 'ltolf fn1" onukpool lo the. other withoi.t imy ulteiilion tioni'thc n i rutor. Carriages are Jutcrchiingeuble, and run on bull bearing trncU. l'lutcns ure renioalh, mi thut both a hniii and Milt pluten be uod on the same typewriter Kxtreinely Jighl toucli, " No falling leuf is ilghier than the touch of tho Vox Typewriter." ('Iioieo of Klite, Pica, Con- uriiM-iliiunnn, .Minium iioinuu, or Jiaiie ij p we wirry m re u tin mrio iiiuumii;u tpcciui type in slock, ol our own inaimfuctuic, and can fiirulcli kelioiniUfor any iuiiguage. TluF x lim- - an eusy,ulmost noiseless action, is vcij durubh'. and i rent complete witli cleaning outfit a Ad metal coyer wilii hardwood base. This is the. Fox, the typewriter e nmiiiifueture this is the typewriter Unit we will send to anyone an) win re in the n one-third. 1 "zig-zag'- 1 i "ur ( i p-- Priv our ..7" """."7..- ' f;"u mi"-i 'I VxIl i. y e 11 IVC - I .kgr i i(ix Hlflll tiuuilrvii. III tl- MatlnWitennc .URANO RAPIDS, MIC HIUAN. lIlllllUIUVIvUI VI ,,0.ay City Times, Loctil Representative for Clay City and vicinity. TunaufSaVif Cr liVI 7Q,5'79-4FRONT AVENUE,