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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): May 15, 1913 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1913 cla1913051501_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 15, 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. to' THE CLAY CITY TIMES. 81.00 a Year In Advanci. W't arc here to help Clay City, the SnrroanJing Country and Ourselves. .1. R. Hiirghcr, Publisher. VOL. XVIII. Uood Show. Compliment CLAY CITY. KY., THURSDAY. Judge Rlddell. 1 MAY Jo. 19)3. XO. 0 K,... ,. forcemeat of the compulsory a tendance nt school. It will men , lust Monday with .Indue 1 null much for our county wlu-- ever Mrs. Belle Crawford has gsno to Hiddell presiding on the bench "1 certainly have a snap. The child in it is compelled to atien and Col. T. C. .Johnson, Com wholesale houses'' send me duns Heidelberg to stay awhile. school till 14 years of ..- imkx mon wealth's Attorney. The roti every month anil draw on mo at Henry Harrison, or Kansas City, hindered by a lawful exou-itine business ot the opening ses sight; but if I send a bill to a Mo., is here visiting relatives. sion was transacted, after which farmer he convex in swearing The Powell County Sunday Mrs J. H. IJlackburn has been . '111 I l School Convention wKl tie held oiu.Mjuterejire tw -neopie wnn fho regular term ..docket was tn- - .mad, ,nnd, quits trading at .my yilting in- Lexington this week. 111 tllCIl UWII LIIUW1 Filson June fth and (5th. It is dinun up uini miu nun in discs stori!.' White friti '"hard up for Doc' Hall, wife and baby went money many of" those who owe tents. Clay City hasen't had a commenced. shed that every school in the cou it show .for .some months, so this Judge liiddell decides points of nie are sending cash in advance to Lexington this week for a few ty send delegates nnd a contribuof entertainment will be law very readily and disposes of to mail order houses. If I con- days visit. mentis tion for the state work. The tint" welcomed by all. The show is cases with avidity. His rigid, tribute money to anv cause peoC. C. Jackson is working in Cen is very short now and so let ever-at night. Doors open at seven but impartial, application of law ple say am bidding for trade; tral Kentucky in the interest of his school get to work and telp to mak ' o'clock. The paograin will be lends us to think he is (). K. if I don'Mhey say I am a hor. photography making Stanton his this a line convention. The State given . raiu or shine on the Ho is fast becoming a terror to Every day I am, expected to dig headquarters. Secretary of the Kentucky Sunday grounds above the Presbyterian the evil doers of this section, and up for anything that comes a- Mrs. Dud Easton, and children, School Association, Rev. Ceo A. church. if he continues as he. has, with loug, from a rutlle ticket to Mr Jop-liof Whitley countg, are visiting at Joplin, will be with us is a rare man to meet and to all able assistance of Common church fund, by people who say the home of her parents and broththe New Tariff Bill Passes. I ought, to because they do their who have heard Mm will not need er, Dr. I. Johnson. The Underwood Tariff Bill, wealth's Attorney, Col. Johnson, trading here; but my friends, to be asked to came. Messrs. A. T. who is absolutely fearless and proclaimed by the Denoeratic Miles Faulkner had the misfor- Stewart is President goes after the and Skeers & Crawbucks neither buy and Clarence party as the answer to its plattune to feet his band caught In a Estes Secretary of the county. we tickets nor help, the church fund, pistol toters "ring-eyed,form pledge to revise the tariff will within a short, time have an and get cash in advance business snw at the mill where be was workdownward has passed the House. The past Sunday was Mot her' idaal county. Cainpton Cou and if I were to circulate a sub ing and it was bully mangled. The The- vote was 281 to 181)j live scription paper among the whole- hand is doing as well us can be ex- Day all over this country. It is : Democrats voting .against the rier. day set apart to eoraetnorata Mothsale houses where I trade I would pected. New Currency System. bill and two Republicans voting er and it is fitting that we shnubl gpt the laugh proper. If I sell While for it.. Four Progressives sup farmers anil merchants, as a pare of- - pants 1 must treat the Louisville attending the races in do so. The reatest influence ir Robert Ulackhurn bad ported the bill and fourteen op- well as bankets, are to have a family to candy and cigars; if I his pocket picked by pickpockets the world today is Mother and tin posed it, while one Independ- hand in controlling the new elas buy a load of potatoes I must do lost 807. Always take special old saying is true, 'The hand tha: ent Progressive joined with the tic currency svstent now in for the same. Customers who are and rocks the cradle is the hand tha. mation, it is stated. It has been able to pay hang onto their mon care of j our mcney when you are rules the world," and bow majority. itmakca iu a crowd. tentatively decided by the farm ey, while I pay fl per cent, my blood boil when I her an at the Farm WorK. Little Margaret Holder, whose ers to create fifteen regional reof a young man call his moth-- , ba;iik to get ready cash. I have Most farmers are through serve associations as futher died three weeks ago, has er, the medi a big business during hard times "the old woman," or his fathplanting corn. This has been um of issuing an "elastic" cur been dangerously sick this week. er "the old man." I have heard it made possible on account of so rency, each to be governed by and ppor crops., from the people She was pronounced daad twice but in almost hundreds of homes and .it. who aro wiHin&to trade with me, much dryweather which has piniirertorsv. LoaniojMtf. non jjrovidiirrt'I ooff duplicate prices each time revived. She hud severe is a down.. xiht shame. There i Sbled"T5era"to' protTeey "vifii this ey by national UanKs on farm convulsions. no honor or respect too good for work without any interruption. ing lands is said to be in contem and wait until after harvest for Mrs. Charlie Miller, who so re mother and we should treat her lovinv money. My scales weigh too Corn planting is at least a month plation. heavy when 1 sell sugar and too cently moved to Stanton, will move ingly and with tenderness in her ahead of most seasons. The dry light when I buy butter. I am a way Mondav to where her bus evening of life. weather has stunted the weeds About tlwf meanest thief and until they will not get such a one that vex"e"tfs the most is one a thief, u liar and grafter. If 1 baud is. He has been promoted in All the candidates in Clark couniieadway should it set in wet lat- that will steal' our fish after they smile I am a soft soap hypocrite; his work on the new railroad from ty made an ugreement that they Wincheotcr to Irvine. er. The problem of crop culti- are cought and in the boat and if I don't I am a grump. Yes, would neither use money or wins vation is verv promising so far. steal our bait. There are such this is certainly a snap." And Paul Derthick will go to Whites-bur- key in their race this year and the then he looked over $5,000 worth Friday where he has been first one to do so is to be eliminatin this county, however. Miss Keese Shiuifessel visited of book uccouuts, all good, and asked to organize a Sunday school in Lexington this week. Allen Sams, Jr. of Clark conn wondered how he could raise $150 on lilackie, in Letcher county. ed. Why not ak our candidal" for the Primary and after the PriActing 6o as to keep nut of trou- ty, spent two days with relatives to meet a sight draft tomorrow. This will make his one hundretli mary to do the s.me thing. Then' in the city. Dosen't. the above described Sunday school that he bus organizble is no sure sign of cowardice. there would be no disgrace in voli situation strike a lot of us as ed in Eastern Kentucky. buying or selliiu Hiving 'mono fantilar? Ex. S. T. Harrison, who din! in New vertho county to quite ane.vten Little Rain. Richmond, W. Va., and had been I find that the be.-- people are opThere has been but little ruin burled there for several days was posed to it and wish thut the cansince the lloud,larch 2(Kh, and brought to Stanton for burial. It didates would not resort to such it is vprv drv. The hay crop is was the wish of his brother from low down methods. In talking practically ruined and grazing Kansas City, Mo that he be buri ith i splendid your.g man th" grass is very short. Wheat, rye ed by the side of his uiotht r. He other day he said that be would and oats are not growing and was 12 years of ugo. like to run for an ollice but that hi cannot make a full crop now. would not have it if he had to buy Wo want your trade and are offering goods at lower prices than The potato crop will also be very When you 'see u cloud of dust it. And so because he will not short unless it rains in a very rising out of the earth likeli stoop t such rotteaness nnothe anv trin in Powell county to win it. Read the prices given you can know that Doe Hull man who will probably use short time. The season is very below, then give us an opportunity to help you. Keep u much like the ono two years ago is riding his automobile. We are and buy votes ami get titlarge portion of your mouey that has been going fo when such a drouth took place in mighty proud to have un automo- ollice. The man who don, nothe early half rof the growing bile in our town but we wish it have money but who has characte- too much profit to other merchants. season. Uood rams can save would hurry up and rain. The dust atid brains and ability and who much now, but unless rain does is something fierce to swullow. wi not use whUkey or buy votes Embroidery made in Switzerland, 25c per yd. fall iu the next few days, tunny cannot afford to run for any olllcMrs. Kate llohannr- attended the crops will ue cut very snort. 14 2 Best D. S. Meat, by side, lb. now days. If Miir candidate.-- , tin! Kentucky Educational Association With the outlook that is now be-- . not have to buy their ollice wha Golden Rio Coffee, packages, 2 for 45c in Louisville lu&t week. The fore us, fanners should break held splendid men we could get for their laud unusually deep and writer has been in many of the some of the (.Dices. Granulated Sugar, 100 lbs., $5.25 thoroughly harrow it as deep school houses of Powell county Boys' Suits, $1.50 to 5.00 down us ploughed, and thereafter and we woti'd siiiruest that the State Auditor liosworth an ivo only shallow cultivation. blackboards in these school houses nounces that ho will isMie im Men's Suits, $10.00 to 12.50 This system will conserve the be improved on. Some cf them more warrants under l lie IIU'J Brand Clothing. and pot fit to moisture and will produce good are in awful appropriations until the couit use. The teachers say they cancrops where ordinary methods decide he has no discretion in Best Quality with Anything you buy. not do good work on them. If the fail. the m n t tor. teuchers would only let the County Try us with an Order and be Convinced. Representative Cuntrill has Superintendent know of it we ure decided to leave the selection of llni ulw ti'ulllil 1m irl.nl in iit ilium I'RGSUV URIAN..CIIURCII. a Democratic postmaster ut WinJ ho III good siiupu. Hope ol out ml and 1th Suhbath of chester to a primury election. hntuu Services coiinlrc lies in tin,,a':l' "l"mll ami we truat that all the patrons of Cow Peas for Sale. will end tin ir children lr.iy'r Mfetliifc, Wednesday uvci. Seed peas at market price. Now the ' school ibis coming year. Wo lo the l ."SO. Will go higher lad r. Maim, Pastor. J. E. liur.jlisr . arc iii.fuvor of u more stricter en- - ('has. A reproduction of t lie wild out law, Jesse James, of Civil war notoriety, will tuke place in this city Monday night, May JO. The show .is n true life history and will ho instructive to the young, and entertaining for the 1 Retailers' Snap Explained. Circuit court convened here "Yes," remarked one of our merchants to iu the other day, STANTON NEWS. I - ;. a ' . . - llll?-aill- l . 1 n boot-legger- s " - g a SOflE MORE PRICES To Save Our Customers Money. 1 whirl-win- d - - I - the - 1-- ABC i , I I "J Lowe & Crowe, gfe. - hM -- pi 1 V. J. Christopher was in Clark county last week. of now? is frequently errors, uii ' T. S. McKinney bought ahorse til of bite we arc mere cautions I'LiiLisiiEi1 kvuuv TiiuiiaiAY. of wliat wo print as we want to in Irvine court Monday. Miianpiioiiratfl a('arorinieeiL,s(al)ir.1 ; rv(Sim for facts us A Siindav school has been or ears in advance S'i. well as "print all the news'1 ganized at the schoolhouse. 1 HP ULLr 1 p I T I 1 iVI f PC 'nn p"1''1 AiTA-L",,M,rt.ii.- 'or we ",i,',Hr',.v ,u,(' f,,,,,u wcri' mistaken. A good the"! know so" brand SPOUT SPRING. We are showing an Elegant Line of FALL AND WINTER .1- - R. Htiryhcr, I'ublislicr. Kecond-clnsa Kutered ns limit nintler. Thursday, May lo, CLUB HATES. For the convenience i our sub-- , orilif rs, we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices nelmv mentioned: The Times and Courier-Journ$1.00 -al " " " " " Cincinnati Enquirer Louisville Herald Home and Farm li lnnd Farmer 1. 10 HO 75 " Southern Agriculturist ANMOUNCEAtENTS. For County Judge. American Farmer 1.00 90 75 T. S. McKinney sold an aged Atkinson, of Stanton, finds his business interests hoi'se to Tommy Stepllei.s for of such a nature as to be unable $70.00. to continue in the race for CounMrs Murium Howard, of Ford, ty Attorney. Mr. Atkinson had and Mrs. Mart Williams, of Iron no opposition, nor would he like- - Mound, are visiting Mrs. U. W. ly have had, had ho not with- - Mcintosh. The former is liei drawn from the race. His many sister, while the latter is her friends regret tha', he lias so decided us they were anxious to see Allen lturiard, of Clark conn- him given this position, which tv, came up Saturday, going.to already the home of Elder Geo. W. Mcto have he seemed intosh where he accompanied won. Bro. Mcintosh's family to church Wishinir seldom sets anvthiiiK services at Liberty, near Iron . Mou nd, Saturday and Sunday. von don't work for. .Mr. O. C. sister-- GOODS Including Cloaks and Wraps MEN'S AND BOYS' K in-law. Ladies' Suits, Millinery, and etc. I v IS LOTHING ' to fit you and your pocketbook. ! - . i When you want any kind of Merchandise, think of Wo are authorized to announce I). 1). 'otN us candidate for County Judge of I'oui'll county, subject to the action of i lie Dcinorrnilu primary election in Au- Ullr-t- . Coming Soon? Brown & Roberts Famous Ik: SHIMFESSEL'S and give us the opportunity to please you as we have been doing for so many years pas! with satisfaction both to you and ourselves. For County Court Clrrk. AW are authorized to announce .T. 1'. Cralitree in candidate fur County Court Clerk of Powell county, subject to the .tctioa of tliu Democratic primary election in August. Everything to Please the Customer For Assessor. are authorized to announce S. Kapler as omididnte. for Assessor Powell counts, subject to the action the Democratic primary election ugust. AVe A. of of in Crow as candidate for Jailer of Powell county, subject to the action of tlieltc-publica- u primary election in August, Ae For Jailer. are. authorized to announce Jesse SHOWS Presenting the Greatest of all Western Plays, Did it Ever Occur to You That an account with , ic There so far is not u Democratcandidate for Jailor, Assessor, oheriir, or Superintendent of Schools in Powell county, and witli-thwithdrawal of O. c! Atkinson for County Attorney, it leaves this office without a candidate. Wo never saw such modesty or backwardness before. Is candidates it that nil would-bare too busy with other business more remunerative than seeking for oilicc. Come forward with votir announcements, gentlemen, if vou intend to get into the ring, 'fhere is an opening for you. The race is to be run on the merits of the candidates, and the use of liquor and money done away with. Hut possibly that is the reason why the candidates are so slim, all the interests and exiteinent have been taken out when the e e anti-liquo- a Clean, Strong Progressive Bank JESSE JAMES, TheJlissouri Outlaw. Will Exhibit .gave .you a considerable .prestige Accounts of all sizes welcomed inthe by the business world? at CLAY CITY, ONE NIGHT ONLY, Monday, May 19th. This Company travels in their own Cars and carries private-Pullma- n Clay City National Bank, CLAY CITY, KENTUCKY. and vote buying ture was injected. r -- fea- 35 - - PEOPLE -'- ,- v35 MRS. 1. W. WILLIAMS. L k N. seems to be taking notice to some things we have been saying and have ordered :.p.ino extra copies of the Times. We cannot lay so much blame on the L. & N. for its endeavor to tret a monopoly on the railroad interests of Kontlicky so they can control the timber and coal interests of Eastern Kentucky. That seems nut ti rut with all mankind, but the thing of it is to . ee 'hepeople of our State blufallowing such a whole fed into wile violation of tho State's laws. The p'.'oplu must protect or they will be enslaved ly the monopolies later, of which the I.. tv. N. road is a leader in this section. The them-selves You have read the Book, now see .the Play. A Mammoth Waterproof Tent will be erected whicR will accommodate 1,000 ppople. Watch for Free Band Concert on main streets at noon and on Show Grounds at 7:30 ,p. m. DOORS OPEN AT 7:30. PERFORMANCE AT 8:15. MONDAY, USE HftPfl 11 - flAY 19th. MILLS FLOTJ U vi la rh y is Our Window Black Cat Hosiery America's liunJsoinest Hosiery years, yet it has never "rested" on the reputa-lio- n Has flood the tcfl fcr twenty-cisl!t of a past year each year it has set anew the high mark of maximum each year it has earned p. bolter name for excellence that's why it has gain-e- d the confidence cf the American family that's why it is demanded, purchased and wcrn by buyers cf judgTent and sensible economy. See the Black Cat at our hosiery counter convince yourself as to its merits! Feel -t hose-mei- Good Bread and Butter tho backbone of the nation and makes the best food for children m well as for their parents. For the children's lunch basket us well as that of tho mechanic, there If nothing more palatable than the light, white delicious and nutritious brtad made from the Pearl Hour. COPYRIGHT If the proper mention is not liuide of your visits and your guests, don't blame the editor. Wo are only too glad to make any such mention when we know ofit, but wo have something else to do besides meet every train Half we and make inquiries. so and so is Jiear is of "they say trim" and "I think so", variety. Y . for flyle of softits knit "glovc-litling- " its luxurious softness see its shapeliness colored bv the hinhesl salaried dyer in America for beau- est varus for corcfoit Hy made with extended reinforcements in heel and toe for wear. LOOK FOU '1 HE SIGN OF THE BLACK CAT get hosiery that is theproducl of the highand you'll be sure to Ret salisfaclion-you- 'll years successful manufacskill-- of latest improved machinery-- of twenty-eigthe est BlackCat. turing experience. You'll get the most durable and desirable hose made ht p'.!;-!n'- d items before Made by J. ANDREW CAIN, Versailles, Ky MRS. J. W. WILLIAMS. v THE A HOME-MADE TIMES. PAPER. .MAY 15, THURSDAY, LOCAL BREVITIES. Powell conn boy, lias moved from Lal'rynr, tv ' Texas, to Mnrenci, Ariz. Frank Konnon, si Mofield, of Sardis, on a visit to end old friends. relatives Everett is Miss., here There will be preaching at the Christian church the third Sun. day in this month, May J8th. A street car strike is on at Cincinnati, so if you have occas ion to go to the Queen Oitv pre pare to take it afoot. Ollieials of the L. &.N. and L. & E. division of tbe L. & N. railroad went up the road Saturday inspecting the line and re- turned Sunday evening. Mrs. H. F. ChristoMrs. K. S. Chrispher, topher and W. J. Christopher, 43r'., of Spout Spring, were here Saturday making deeds to a portion of the Christopher? homestead to Shelt McKinuey. Mr. and Mr. and from Washington says the resignation of John Q. White postmaster at Winchester has the Weak and Nervous been requested. Wr. White is a Tired-ouweak, nervous men good man and a good officer. We and women would feel ambitious, see no reason why this eh uld be energetic, full of life and always done" unless the administration is have a good appetite, if thoy would going to make a wholsale of such do the sensible thing for health-take requests. Electric Bitters. Nothing better for the stomach, liver or kidConstlfMtioa Cured. neys. Thousands say they owe Dr. King's Now Life Pills will relieve constipation promptly and their lives to this wonderful home get your bowels in healthy condi- remedy. Mrs. O. Ilhinevault. of Vestal Center, N. Y., says: "I tion agaii. John Supine, of. Electric Kitteis as one of the Fa., says: They are the greatest of gifts. I can never forbest pills I ever used, and I advise everyone lo utte them for constipa- get what it ha done for me." Get a bottle see what a tion, indigestion and liver com- differenceyourself and it will make in your plaint," Will help you. Price 25c. health. Only 50c and 1 00. Itec- Recommended by all dealers. Ad. otnuiended by all dealers. Adv. Word t-- The Kev. Judge L. F. Mnnn Administrator Rex Hall and "Pncle" A bra in Hucker has will occupy the pulpit at the Auctioneer Win. Cravens, of gone to Mt. Sterling and engagTrees! Trees! Trees! .Methodist church Sunday morn Mt. Sterling were here Saturday ed in the hotel business. ing and at night. and disposed of the bank stock of II. C. Hall, deceased, as adver and Miss Adelaide Bell who litis nillikan Business Schojl, tised in the Times for two weeks licun spending the winter with LEXINGTON, KY. The stock was sold to B. S. Bur Juduo nod Mrs. L Loving, will ghcr at $J02.50 per share. Strawberries, Shrubs, rtedjjIoR, Asleave Tuesday foe Sebago Lake, paragus, Rhubarb, Urapes. RosBOOKKEEPING, SHORTHAND, Mu inc. for a visit to her sister. The season for city boosters is es, Peonies, Phlox, etc. TYPEWRITING. almost here. Lexington is plan Lee Mi'Plierson was in Lee and Everything for Orchard, Lawn andlrdn. ntngtt tour of theL. & E. to take This school has turned out s Owsley counties Inst week and place shortly. The Louisville NO AGENTS FREE CATALOG of men and women who bought forty cuttle which he will boosters will pass over the L. & are successes. Itwillmaku take to the Mt. Sterling court N. to Irvine, but will pass the L. a success of you. market Monday. H.F. Hillenmeyer&Sons & E. from Beattyvillc Junction Lexington, Ky. Wonderful Skin Salve to Winchester to one side. Write for Catalogue. Hucklcn's Arnica Salve is known Best Medicine for Colds everywhere as the best remedy Wehn a druggist recommends a made for all diseases of the skin, remedy for colds, throat and lung and also for burns, bruises and troubles, you can feel sure that he boils. Reduces inflamation and is knows what he is talking about. soothing ami healing. J. I. Soss.t O. Lower, DrnggUt, of Marion, O- man, publisher of News, of Corneof in hio, writes of Dr. King's New Dis- lius, N. C, writes that one box covery: "I know Dr. King's New helped his serious skin ailment af- Discovers is the best throat and other remedb-- failed. Only 25c lung medicine I sell. It cured my Recommended by all dealers. wife of a severe bronchial cold af Adv. ter all other remedies failed." It Don't forget the show. will do the same for you if you are sulfering with a cold or any Mantles, We had a light frost .Sunday morning and a very heavy one bronchial, theoat or lung cough. Monday morning, hut it was so Keep a bottle on hand all the time dry it did but little damage. This for everyone in the family to use. reminds us that twenty-fiv- e years It is a home doctor, Price 50c and ago May J( a big frost and freeze 81.00. Guaranteed by ill dealers. Adv. killed everything, all the fruit as well as what vegetables in the to or To Advocate Night Schools. garden could be killed. Fourteeu Commissioner of Education years ago we had a snow May 20, Claxtou, in nn interview, praises that did similar damage. the work of Mrs. Cora Wilson Fruit Ornamental huu-dred- When Need tr s Builder's Hardware, Cabinet Grates, Tiles, Cooking or Heating Stoves, Go Write t, Stewart in organizing the Rowan county "moonlight schools, "and announces that he will advocate the plan for teaching "grown ups." Mrs. Stewart is a sister to Mrs. E. B. McGlouo of this city. To Whom it May Concern: Grubbs & Benton, . Cor. Main and Broadway, Winchester, - Ky. 12 San-bur- re-ga- This is notifyall claimants a- guinst the estate of J. T. Berry, deceased, to file claims in legal form with mo on or before June 5th, 1013, or otherwise they will be barred. J. C. Everman, Administrator, (Address) West Bend, Ky May 5th, 1913. HARDWIRE & COMPANY. 1 Thieves boldly operated in Lou isville Monday in open daylight. If such a thing were to happen in the mountains much ado would be made over it. Revenue Collector Appointed. Come to Our Store And let us show you what a nice line of goods we carry. 1 1 jjp j Our stock of Dry Goods, Notion- -, its Groceries, Hardware, Clothing, Shoes an 1 etc. replete with Hen Mnrshall has won the Col- lectorship in this district over Ed itor Breckinridge. Marshall is known as the liquor candidate, having the support of both James and Cautrill, whis key suporters. We regret to see the President coincide with this element in Kentucky. While well-know- Spring and Su: mm er GOODS. Our Spring and Summer Goods are now in and you to call aud see them nnd get our prices. wo n Variety, Style and Quality. THIS COM 151 NED WITH OUR Breckinridge is not the true Democrat he should be, there are others that are, and arc deserving of recognition at the hands of their party. Mr. want blue 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 are interested in these important points. It is our aim to carry everything the people want, but can not here mention aP. cull your attention to the following lines "Walk-Over" How' This? Low Prices Make We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. & CO., Toledo, O. We.tho nudersiued, have known F. J. Cheney for the last 15 vears und believe him perfectly honora ble in ull business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by his firm. Walding, Kinnan & Marvin, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. Hall's Catarrh Curo h takn in ternally, acting directly upon the blood aud mucous surfaces of the syst'-ui- . Testimonials tent free. Price 75 cents per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. Take Hall's Kamilv l'ills for constipation. dv. Hut want to wo that handle. Wo-me- J. CHENEY it to your interest to give us a good share of We strive to (dense our customers we your trade. kuowsatisf led customers arbourbest assets. Yours to please, WALDRON & JOHNSON, 8 I Shoes for Men and "Queen Quality" Shoes for all the new things in tuns, gun metuls and patents in both in low cuts and regular shoes, "Asior" Brand Hats for Men and Hoys, Hart, Schuflner, und Marx and Heart" brand Clothing tor Men, "Mintor" Brand Clothing for Boys. We have them for both Men and Hoys in the lutest styles in pl.iin, ulso in tho now mid Hats popular Norfolk suits. Women's trimmed uid in panamas und other popular styles, Men's punuiiiu huts, wool, silk und wash dress goods in ull the new things, ruin coals for ull, neckwear, suit cases, trunks, carpets, umbrellas, etc., etc, ready-to-wea- r Waltersville, Ky. Hardwick & Co., Stanton. XEW 13RA FARMER . AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION. in Agriculture. Summer Courses Darius the iii)iniiicliiiii: sum mer the College of Agriculture of Ke itiicky Stale I'nivuisitv suture will o!I'er special courses in airri in conjunction with t tie tegula- mh miner coiir.-e- s of other - departments. Teachers should lit csnecialh interested in this work as it. will leal with the fundamental tirin pit's of the subjects trea ed and will offer many good suggestions f r the conduct of agricultural teaching in tho common and high i While the dry weather has been very favorable jn many ways itihas already cti't the hay crop in two, even should rain uow bo more plentiful in the fu ture. This condition should en courage fanm-if- . to plan for a largo crop nt peas for hay, as peavine hay is even better than timothy, t hou u h more expensive to produce This spring has proven a good time to seed alfal- - For Sate Four-room for y fur ho wnnts. Mr- - ciitag( and three lots J V Williams. OVER M YCAM EXPCRIKNCK in western portion of city Apply to T. . IMIard; Clay City, Ky. Timothy Hay Clean and nice delivered any where in Clay City hi GO cts por ba!o. Cow pert hay at the same prico. J. E. liurcher. mlaKSD 1 mmfi mmm n. rorUiT.rm J 1V RICHMOND. KY. A TIMOE School hr Teachers kti Tralnlnz the dry weather .i.t stu. ed weeds, bin alfalfa will grow on despite the lack of proper m listure to row weeds and oth t'u, as CAPITA STOCK. 9100,000 SURPLUS AND PROFITS, liOO.OOO Tj llorict.aavaioli'laeliMl, m lia bill.ll. prattle, Khool, ifMlnKlf apwi'iira, a ""J'.PIM BgIik. tmoulim. n.MI,Xmnfr .."'r'-TTC- " Trrm H. tnnh-- f t, Kmot Trrm tsUrvwdUU anit Lift 8tU Crr T.lld la all Hllettn. Af Kratucky. Sfwla uourMi ana Ovbtmi. Taltlsa trtl ta Ap MtntMf. TaatnlMnrlblJnr. Anrona andlna a akelrh anil dcaerlptlnn ma opinion fro anloklr aaeortalii onr pnlental.ln. whether an iiiTentlon ) proliablf rnmmunlf. tlona itrlctircnoudeiitlal. HANDBOOK on I'atenta aunt free. OMaat uaiier for aacurinx MUnta. Co. rcctlr ' Pntants Ukan thronah Mann ipceUU notUt, without ebarts, la lh bandaomslr tllnstrated WMklf. rartaat jrlf. eulatloii of any aclantlllo Innrnal. Tarmi, S3 a tout t f oar monUif,L Bold b all tiewidealara. A CopvmoHTa Dcaians nMWI Ac "! Scientific fltmrkati Clloffrw. April . T, SiuaW , Stkool iW" Jn" al Jub. I. , er grasses. In our Spring cleaning you need old papers. We pave them m ai !il)c i THE Winchester Bank.. 5 27. schools. Many of the states have laws providing for tho teaching of ag ticulture in the schools and it is probably only a matter of little time until Kentucky will have u j.imiiur law. Many of the most urogressive schools of tho state ire already teaching agriculture This serves to makttthe school in iiiiifely more useful and popular in the community and marks the e clier as one of the progressive Kind, far more valuable than the average. The school that best 'undance at per hundred. , Couldn't Walk! "I used to ie troubled with a wtakntssculiar'to'l women," writes Mrs. Ann jones, ot Kenny, 111. "ror nearlv a vear. I could not walk, without no Id ne mv sides. I tried several different doctorg, but 1 grew worse. Finally,. a aiaiA aiaafll our druggist advised utraut tor my complaint 1 was so thin, my weight was 115. Now, I weigh 163, and I am never sick. I ride horseback as good as ever. I am in fine health at 52 years." m Farm Drain Tile Make Your Wet Laad Productive. Bv W. 6- - HOUT WlTHKKSPOOW, PRKS. ttl Sphar,' OAnniBit. " JJ 3 d YOUR ACCOUNTS SOMCITED ai sf .- - a aai 1 the use of drain tile vou car. turn that low, wet, useless, swnm py Held into the most productive snot on vour farm. Good tile. properly placed, not only carries off surplus water, it admits air to the soil and wakes it iasv to work. It imuroves anv soil. The fncreuce in the value of the land is many times the cost of the tile. The first years crop from .tiled land pays iorves the co'niuuuitv interests for it. Any body can do the work uiltills its mission best and in the successfully. Vv rite for particu vast majority of Kentucky com lars or ci'll at out plant. ... v aa .a. .1. sea wa .aa mi a sr .a a ar . a.7 SHIPP'S QUICK- RELIEF LINIMENT. This Is the Hutment the people talking' about. are munities, agriculture is the chief Red River Brick & Tile interest. Company, The facilities of the Kentucky KENTUCKY college for the teaching of agri-- c STANTON, ilture are the very best and the wide awake teacher or farmer hould not. miss the .opportunity t attend. The summer season offers ad vantages for field work among Hie growing crops that cannot be had during the winter. f MUMM ItULTRY CUK The work will be so arranged town a chick'a throat cures bom. A few drops the hat work in other departments drinking water cureala and prevents cholera, diarrhoea can be carried on at the same and other chick dlseasea. One BOc bottle makes is nitons cf time. medicine At all drufurlate. BajBDle ana .booklet on Beginning June 23rd and con-- 4 of Fowls" sent I'EEK. Iwioa Rtatey Ca.ioiag'.ti.ir inuing four days a special aeries of lectures and laboratory work will be arranged for ministers McCall's Magazine and also for county school superintendents. and McCali Patterns The summer courses will inFor Women clude Soils and Crops, Dairying, Have More Friaadt than any other Horticulture, Animal Husband-iy- , magazine' or patterns. MtCali'.-- i Poultry, Entomology, Bota-uy- , tho leliablc Fashion Guii'.o monthly in one million one hundrid Bacteriology, Farm Manage-men- t thousand bonus Ik sides show-- i and Home Economics. The jfj all tho latest designs of McCa'l P .tterns, each is brimful f regular faculty will conduct the :p sito t r.t.ricr. und helpful work aud uo paius will be spar-ei .formation for women. ai Sv Moner and Keep in Style lyCittato make the work of the highit !i4 ilur .'.IcCiii'i .Uaxari.ieatoncc. o centi a veir, IfrTuditic; any clo ct est value. the cilc'jrjt.d McCail Patterns lire. The courses will begin Tues-day- , all !)', !lc"ll Pattern Lad and othtti inr auM. uuiuIm ft , i ni'luw, (cotuuny Mure i;t'f i te' aicCalt J'.tteria tlun ar.y Jose 10th and will extend None Mflitr tlan to August 1st. ijcxms. Il'ty frrt ynur dfilrr, r by null lium On arrival in Lexington, McCALL'S MAGAZINE 7" -- .243 W. 37th St, New York City way report to the office of rr'M raV.ru Ml fuutt CM.'.; . tho Extension Division nt the Agricultural College where a list 'f convenient boarding places itl roaeonnblo ratrs is kept, 'indents should ho on hand nt the opening as it is impossible to make up work lost by tardiness. trpiuuiy obUlwoUii llfji JlruJoa NO FIE. No fees for agriculture will be leUmC feud Sfcrtrh. tut r rapeaTeuui.in,iM barged. Send I rnt In Mump Imu'.iulila l.x.lc on NOW TO OO.TAIN airi !'"! further information, address atll rATCNTS, Wliieli oiica will to i ir. tuIu.idi. inturiitiou. pauol Uw and otl.ur Ilw T. U. Hryant, tupt. Extension Division, D. CO. Experiment Station, PATKNT UWVCRt. Lexington, Ky. '303 Seventh St, Wabliington, 0. C. RIGHT HERo IS tlB0P TO BUY THAT YOUR CHANGE TYPEWRITER! r iseases ONE It Is tho most wonderful rcinedv for relieving pain I hare ever used. Capt. Aiiucraon Berry, ljexingtou, Ky. I used this liniment and tiiepain and soreness disappeared like magic. Jailer W. T. rJallcncor. Lexington. Kv. For relieving aches and Pains this liniment beats anything I ever saw. J. 11. i.etton, Jexington, Ky. It is the onlv remedy I have found that has given we any relief since I was paralized four years ago Mrs. Susan Welborn, Newburg, Ind. If it fails to relietu nnv naln in nnv part of the body in fifteen minute, ask for your money back. j I SOLD BY ALL LEADING DRUGGISTS. Cardui WomatftTomc We have thousands of such letters, and more are arriving daily. Such earnest testimony from those who have tried it, surely proves the great value of this vegetable, tonic medicine, for women., Cardui relieves women's sufferings, and builds weak women up to health and strength. If you are a woman, give it a trial It should help you, for it has helped a million others. It Is made from pure, harmless, herb ingredients, which act promptly and surely on the womanly organs. It is a good tonic Try it! Your druggist sells it -- tSndal Iiutmciiont. Wrili to: Ladle' AdvUorr Dept. Chittaaaaaa AMldaa Co.. ChatUaooaa. Ttaov, book. "Hoau Tratattat lor WoaMii." Mat tree JM and U-p- This is a straight a Typewriter Mai ganlk'BS , L.ti.ai.l,nM 111. 71, n of uny cluims made is ine ottttii ot mi' new mix visible T from-the-Saould- er Lo Typewriter Talk by the R;ade:s of The Clay City Times. Whether you have had the use of a typewriter or not, you have paid for one many times over. Yea air, we mean it ; every day you ontinuo using tho old, slow method of writing with a pen you are unconsciously paying for a typewriter. Tho farmer who cuta Ills grain with a scythe pays with every drop of sweat for a reaper. If you arc neglectful of your wearing apparel and expose yourself unneoe8saiily to the rain and cold you are paying for tho very thingft that would have kept youVull und comfortable. Remember thisand y mark it well: You must pay for the uececritios' of this life, whether you use them or not. pay--pa- r.ll.l i d 1y 5 1. 1.... 1...! ...wv.i Mild, nut we claim for the new Fox Visible Tj pew riter that it is oeiur iiinii wie Drtl t( iliese iiurl thrit its mil iijiilii' Vi'iiltircs i,in. billed eRiiiuii In f und in nnv other tjpewriler. Tim .New Fox h a typewriter Unit u ill meet Willi the i uu iiu si in ii ten I :i.er ,H nivu miiuIi will eini It nt nu. villi lui li expense, if yon will permit .n rrnitv.'riloi ....... .ji'xk.iii ..!tli.i .... a.... .o,a.I uitod.t.r in utu l nmiisliip, or in the iiinili r und coiufiiience of its Hpcciiil feiitiiU'H. There nre ninny u. stu-dent- s, wpU CxfT( ThS IS 'BETTER THE THAN THE BEST OF ALL OTHERS." NEW VISIBLE FOX SENT ON FREE TRIAL, Express" Paid. I.i"fc at the illuM ration of our New Fx Vieiblo Typewriter, shown above, and eoinparo it with any other typewrit r jou liavn ver wen or u.eil. Hem is u reallv IS1H1.K tveewrilor note that the oriiitiiie nolnt (a on tun in nlair inlu. Mini t'lat the typo lurs vUf fitnu whoie they nre l ing and strike the platen in full view of the operator, und In a ire i lb e vUli.ii, ti ml thnl all of wlmt you have mitten remains in full sight until the upor a removed frtun the iiw ter. 1 i miii.rf tl ii ullh tin ac old vtvle tviiewrilerH. that aonie tlrniM urc still udvertialnv as vlnllili.H. hut on i tae print'n pninl i lieneiilh the yu lmve to look down into them or between them to see what u lmve f lien. Toiivli it ke in the keyboard und you rhungetIio color of your writing litnnlly fnnn black, blue r purple tu red. I'rcs ihe Tiibnlatiir Key nt the left (in front) for pnrgrnphing. writing the compliiueutiiry closing, Spuic-Ktiy- . te ; hIhh lor till kf inlet of billing. AI (lie riclit (hi IVoiit ) In our This moves the carriage backward for inking i nrrt- - tioii. n; putting in piinetimiltm. TI.! key nlso enables the operator to erase a word of three letters and rile one el four In it plure. I'resn the Su neil Key cIiohii nt the left (front) for u nking stencils from which thou-ind- h et iiiiilicate Iclleis mi F ur t.w cf keys m ilnci the ihifiing The right Shift Key locks i'toimitir:ill, tot' niiting In all cD. A fiiiiniiatle l.ii.e mk levents you from writing beyond a preduter-line- tl ".i.'-z.i- " IIiik. the rlbliiiii iraveU jn n line not ueroi from apmil to sptnil n.s on othora thus using all f the tn it limiting ii !:iti ihr e or four iiunt int long us on oilier typewriters. Ihe rlbbm automatieully j a. in i I it il.e In-iw ill out tin, r selt il.e i i uiltn. C.trriiigcs mv interciiaiigeiible, and run on nj :iin ntitiu i.f hii . Vinton are ivuiowibl . mi llmt In th a ill l.i'iir ug t r.it t.l.il Mill platen cull be unt il on the shine typewriter. Iy livln I.. nth. " No falltov leu I - liI.lt-- limit the lueeh tf the ln Typewiiter." Hht.i e of Kllte, Hea, Con- Mr iiu riij n i.n. ,in,inni it.iu.n.ii inmr n ne it mi il,n e tin tirand ej.etial type in hteck, of our own minnic i ii t. m.il n.ii tirnjtl key bom dc lor any Imihiinge. ThcFi x ln.s nn easy, nltuot uoleIek net Ion, I very lurable, iii i t in i.ipi' ii' t tut cu iti ilk in a: i tii.it iiii'iui't i.t'f wiiu t.atuvMioii iuim'. Thin If lite I'uv. the lypenrller we niiiiiufiieliin thi U the that we uillfei.d to anyone iniyivhire lit the v u'li'il . t.:ii' . n Krco Trial, nil epnff eltargff fully p.,ii m "n il lti " midelny no obligation to buy. If ptneliaaed . 1.i I you tan pay a little t'ei-1yon cint npare and lite babuice in yinitll inoiitlily jwy munis. Itender, in nil sincerity ne can hoiieMly wiy thit propijdlion lia never been etiu'ilctl by nny other tyiiewriter coin" ininy ami till u' ask i thui you write tif today NOW giving n your nauie and uiUlrvi-- f o we tan heiid you our eata- o(; a tit win you eiuually iibotil our typewriter and FreeTri.il olTer. lil-lt)pr-lMr..in1 d. 1 r t.tpi-vimtypi-tullc- r dovit--nlnitouT V'l-t- r K- -- SWIFT k "we m DANIEL BOON AXLE GREASE And don t have to great but once a week. Fox Typewriter Co., Manufacturers, Ky. L. 'fjintuckytyCHAS. X&VJXISSSl C. SULL W. CI. UxtoftwB, Clay City .unes, Local Representative for Clay City and vicinity.