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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): May 22, 1913 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1913 cla1913052201_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 22, 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 CITY TIMES, SI. 00 a '0 Year in Advance V arc here to belp Clay City, tie SnrronnJing Conntry and Ourselves. I. E. Burgher, I'utilishcr. vol. xviir. Overdrafts Prohibited. Many individuals and linns persist in abusing their good will and respect with their local hank er by overdtawing their account. Tho Cashier allows such accom modations at his own risk and is condom net by a decision of the United States Supreme Court in CLAY OITY, KX, THURSDAY, The Thing tor Towns to Do. The easy victory of the Board of Trade of Middiesboro over the railroads that have been charg ing exorbitant freight rates to and from that city should be an incentive to other cities that are suffering from like burdens Towns and cities could often get more justice, but do not because for-irthoy never-as- k Some cit ies will not contend for what they know is their rights with the railroads because they fear the roads will work them injury up ou thus incurring their displens ure. People should learn that the town or citizens who tight for ,- MAY 22, J9I3. STANTON NEWS. . NO. 21 Examination for Road Commisslonecr. At the preliminary contest of the Interscholastic Declamatory contest held at State College, Friday, May 15th, Miss Nancye Uuronymus, of St. Helens High School, was selected from among the representatives of nineteen high schools of the state, as one nf the piplitnenknrs for the fin al contest Friday night. Chas. JS. Young, of Louisville Manual Training School deservedly won the gold medal in final contest ; this being the fourth medal he had won in declamatory contests this year. The speakers of" both the preliminary and final contests reflected credit unon them A Worthy Applicant. selves and the schools they rep 0. J. Davis, of Vaughn's Mill, resented. has made application for position mlsaetf-Ktuiand A mm Powell,-oa8:ohe"oHlie tea'cher'6"ilitrcit6ri school. Besi Job beingemiiiently Xena, and Miss Nettie Marqualified as a teacher, Mr. Davis tin, of Vinton, spent tho latter christian gentle part of tho week with the family is a man, whose walks in daily life' of Dr. Martin. are worthy of emulation by the VV. D. McCoy, of Sardis, Miss., children attending the school. who has been visiting in the city This within itself is a very im- for some time, returned home portant item as good morals and Wednesday. a christian character are to be Mrs. Sylvia Russell, of St. Hel more sought after than is an unprincipled character with a better ens, is in the city visiting rela tives and friends. education. r theffollowins opinion : A usage-tf- i njlpw customers to overdraw and have thejr checks and notes charged up without present funds in tho bank, stripped of all technical .disguise, the usage and practice, thus attempted .to bo sanctioned, is a usage and practice to misapply the funds of the bank; and to connive at the withdrawal of same, without any security, in favor of certain privileged persons. Such a usage and practice is surely a manifest depurture from the duty, both of the directors and cashier, as cannot receive any countenance in a court of justice. It could not be supported by any vote of the directors, however formal; aud therefore, whenever done by the cashier, is at his own peril and upon the responsibility of himself and his sureties. It is anything but 'well and truly executing his duties as cash ier their unquestionable rights are admired aud respected by their opponents and they will never work against such people. For the benefit of those who wish to qualify! for the .'position Mrs. Mary Jackson is in Louisof Countv Road' Engineer, an exville this week visit'ng her kin amination will be held in the office of the Commissioner of Pub- folks. lic Roads, at Frankfort, on May Mr. It D. Clark was in Mt. 28, 1013, examination beginning Sterling one day this week on at 8:80 o'clock. business. ,Thi8 examination's, ,beld in Mrs, Akers, cf; Clay,. City, was in "Compliance with Section 48r Stanton calling on old friends this Chapter 110, Ae of 1912, which past week. reaos as follows;: "There is here Mrs. Mollie Crawford, of Jackby created in the several coun son, is spending a few days with ties of the State of Kentucky, the office of County Road Engi her parents. neor. The County Judge of each Mr. Jeff Allen in the upper of the counties in the State, by part of the county was terribly hurt and with the consent of the Fis by a tree falling on him a few days cal Court; shall within thirty ago. days after this law becomes efMr. and Mrs. Ben Throckmorfective, on or before the first day ton, yf Lexington, were visiting pa of Ootober, 1012, and every two rents and friends in Stanton this years thereafter, appoint a Coun week. ty Road Engineer, who shall be Several from Stanton went to either a reputable Civil EngiClay City to seo the Jesso James neer, or a man who has had prac tical experience as a road super show. They a'l report it well worth visor, or builder, for two vears, weeing. and who shall' have passed a Look frr the program of the Pow creditable examination by the ell County Sundny School Conven State Commissioner of Public tion and make your plans to atRoads, or one of his representa- tend. Everybody welcome. Children's Day exercises were The applicants for the position held at the Presbyterian Church of County Road Engineer will be t Sunday with a good crowd out examined on tli'e following sub t hear the young people. They jects: Theory and practice of nre alwavs interesting to us older road building ;Drainage; Grades; ones. Earth computations; Use and care oi roau niucmnery; wiiihio- nnnco of earth and macadam near the city of Lexington and will roads; and upon such other sub move his family there in a few jects relating to road problems days. He will find good roads as the Commissioner of Public there to whirl over with his autoRoads may deem to be of vital mobile. lai-- of the moon, they could linil no difference whatever. Having spept several years in the st.ite thit great corn belt states and other growing grain, the pecplf there never paid any attention to the moon. They always thought that uno ha I to get their ground in good shipe, and with good seed, a lot of hard work and elbow grease, and keeping the weeds out, that it made the best corn. And I think they nro right. At least, they can ruii. more corn to the acre than wo ca' here. The writer was ir, Letcher county over Sunday, What a wonderful change has taken place since the new railroad has been extended through the upper counties. Wher.i a few years ago I used to walk all over those counties with only town at the county seat, now on will fi id towns springing up like mushrooms everywhere. There are vast resources in. Eastern Kentucky and with their development a new era has dawned. People from the outside are flocking there, and soon EaRtern Kentucky will emerge in to the twentieth century as a great industrial center. With coal in un united quantities and timber in a- hundance and capitalists ready to invest their millions why should n't it prosper. They are building r roads there than we have in Powhll county. They nre build ing finer school houso?, and with tberthingin corresponding we are the ones that are going to be left behind. 3oo.l roads, good school houses, compulsory attendance to the best teacher obtainable, will build up any county, and with splendid men in olliep, and citizens who are above money, price and respect for the law, wo could have a splendid county. bet-te- tives." f high-tone- d SOflE MORE PRICES To Save Our Customers Money: We want your trade and are offering goods any firm in Powell county to win it. i ed to those successfully passing, ner voice. Her sister, Miss Hat-twhich will entitle the holder to is very sick and alllicted the be considered by the County me way. Judge us eligible for the appoint- si ment so far as his educational Roby Cable, son of Doc Cable, qualifications are concerned, but near Campion Junction wus killed the County Judge will be responsible for determining the length a few days ago in an nwful manner saw mill at Whittlejon. He of the service of his appointee at and as to his general qualifica- slipped in some way on to the saw tions. and died in a short time. Miss Flora E. Baldwin, teach- importance. Mrs. Toby Anderson is quite The examination will be writ ten, and when the papers are sick with measles and typhoid fe graded, certificates will be issu- ver and has almost lost the use of o It would do one good to road tho speeches made lost Sunday at Winchester nt the mass meeting to discuss bribery and politics, and especially the speech made by Judge Benton. It would be fine to have that speech printed in our county paper or to have Judge Kenton muke thut same speech here. The day of corrupt politics is going Let us in Powell county hasten tho when day when they shall becle-uiwe elect men for their worth, when no man ghall dare oiler to huy our votes, when men shall be above purchase, when we shall givo more time to education, roads, school houses and tho training of our young men and women. "God give us men; a time like this demands strong minds, great heart, tiue faith and ready hand, men whom the lust of lucre doe, not kill; men whom tho spoils or otllce cannot buy ; men who po cess opinions aud a will; men u lir. hitvo honor; men who will not lie: men who cm stand before a dema gogue and down his treacherous tlatt tries without winking; tall met', suncrowiied, who live above tho fog, in public duty and in private thinking : For while the rabble with tl eir Ilium!) , at lower prices than Read the prices given below, then give us an opportunity to help you. Keep a largo portion of your money that has been going for too much profit to other merchants. Embroidery made in Switzerland, 25c per yd. 141-- 2 lb. Best D. S. Meat, by the side, Golden Rio Coffee, packages, 2 for 45c $5.25 Granulated Sugar, 100 lbs., $1.50 to 5.00 Boys' Suits, - $10.00 to 12.50 Men's Suits, ABC Brand Clothing. Best Quality with Anything you buy. Try us with an Order and be Convinced. er, public reader and instructor of physical training, who came here recently from Savannah, Ga., to spend her vacation among the missiou schools, of Kentucky, is spending a few weeks at the Highland Orphans' Home here. She is preparing the"ehildren for u public outorluinment to be given in the near future and to consist of reading, fancy drills Misses Broad and McDill, teachers at our college returned to their homes on Friday morning of his week, the former to New York and tho latter to Ohio. We are glad t know that they will return again as they are splendid teachers. Clarence Hazelrigc had a very narrow escape from death one hours of morning looking for their They built duv last week. While working (friend)? to return. saw mill . them u lire but they were chilly at Brodhead-Garrett'an emery wheel broke and a' when they gave up his coming niece hit him in the side of the hack. , head, causing a severe wound. s A certain fellow used a unique wuy of getting to Hamilton, Ohio the past week. Several made up a purse of money for him to bring and music. them btck some whiskey from (On Thursday evening of this Winchester, but he didn't 6top till week Miss Baldwin will give a he got to Hamilton. The money literary recital under the auspi was better spent taking him there ces of tho W. O. T. U. at the than if he had returned with the co'urt house in Winchester. whiskey. They say thut some of the men waited till wuy into the Lowe & Crowe, kScV Dr. Martin reports the following births: To Mr. and Mrs El He Crow, tho 10th iiist.,n girl ; to Mr. and Mrs. Sol Stanhop, ho 20th, a girl; to Mr. and Mrs. Dil lard buowuen, the 22uu, a girl. I We he'tr a great deal about plant- The ing according to the moon. United States Government, through Mingle In selfish strife, lol Freedom weeps, Wrong rules tlio Imiil, and uniting their experiment station made very Justice alt'i'ii... extensive investigation in this Planting grain in equal fertility of Mrs. O. Shimfessel visited her soil aud under tqual conditions in daughter, Mrs. SI). Hill, a, S. T. Ouudill, of Indian Fields, the light of the moon and the dark Stanton Mouday. is in tho city today. Their largo )rofettoin, anil their little ilei'ils, worn crvedn, to the office men t for of County Attorney w ill he The Judge. -- is running on his nast record as u prosecutor rUllUSIIKl' KVKKY T1ICU8DAY. of tiio law violators. He is known to every voter in the county. Subscription rates SI a j ear or three The Judge will likely have no years in advance $2. opposition this lute in the campaign. J E. liurghcr, l'ublisher. Best Medicine for Colds THE TIMES. Entered as second-clas- s mail matter. May 22, 1913 Thursday, CLUB RATES. For the convenience of our sub- party, they are putting out ful scribers, we have arranged club rates tickets as if though they hud nu with the following papers at prices opportunity to win. below mentioned: S. A. Easter is the only anThe Times and Courier-Journ$1.00 nounced candidate for5 Assessor. " Cincinnati Enquirer 1.10 He is qualified, worthy, and a 90 " Louisville Herald " Home and Farm 75 good Democrat, so if there are 1.0C no other candidates all can be Irland Farmer AO pleased. " American Farmer " Southern Agriculturist 75 al The Progressive candidate is not much in evidence in Powell county. In some counties of the state they are now bolder than their parent, the .Republican Wehn a druggist recommends a remedy for colds, throat and lung troubles, you can feel sure that he knows what he is tulking about. 11. Lower, Drugget, of Marlon, O. hlo. writes of Dr. King's New Dis. covery : "I know Dr. King's New Discovers is the best throat and lung medicine I sf.ll. It cured my wife of a severe bronchial cold af r ll other remedies failed." It will do the same for you If you are suffering with a cold or any t.rnnn hinl rhnrmt or lunir uoucrh. Keep a bottle on hand all tho time for everyone in the lamliy to use. It is a home doctor, Price 50c and 81.00. Gdaranteed by all deale:s. Adv. To Whom it May Concern: This Is notify all claimants n cainst tho cstato of J. T. Berry, deceased, to file claims in legal form with me on or before June 5tb, 1013, or otherwise they will be bar rpd. J. C. Everman, Let Us Show You. Some of Our New GOODS. Some Beautiful New ReadytoWear Suits that are bound to please. Our line of I Lawns, Percales, and other Dress Goods should be seen to be appreciated. Come in and let us fit ANNOUNCEMENTS. For County Judge. We arc authorized to announce I). D. I'otts us candidate for County Judge of I'owell county, subject to tlic action of t he Democratic primary election in Au- gust. For County Attorney. A. Phillips 11s enndidnte for County Attorney of Powell county, subject to the action of the Democratic primary election in August. s We are authorized to announce M. Crabtree as candidate for County Court Clerk of Powell county, subject to the action of the Democratic primnry,elec-tio- n in August. ( For Assessor. We are authorized to announce S. Easter as candidate for Assessor Powell counts, subject to the action the Democratic primary election August. For Jmller. A. of of in For County Court Clerk. Wo are authorized to announce J. P. We are authorized to announce Jesse Crow as candidate for Jailer of Powell county, subject to the action of the He publican primary election in August, Why We Fight Tho L. & N. Administrator, We offer One Hundred Dollars (Address) West Bend, Ky Reward for any case of Catarrh that May 5th, 1913. cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure, F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0. We, the undersigned, have known 1 Car load of U. R. M. F J. Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honora Flour will arrive ble in all business teansactions and financially able to carry out week. lb. lots, any obligations made by his firm. $2.75 per cwt. Come, waldingi Kinnan & Marvin, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. boys, and your Hall's Catarrh Cure i? taken in This flour is ternally, acting directly upon the share. Mood and mucous surfaces of the flour. fine syet'.m. Testimonials sent free. Price 75 cents per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. Take Hall's Family Pills for ROSSLYN MERCHANTS. constipation. Adv. How's This? you up ready for the summer weather with goods that are both stylish and cooL We have our usual large full store and can certainly please you. Flour! Flour! Flour! next In500 SHIMFESSEL'S. Did it Eyer Occur to You j get a patent Lowe & Crowe, That an account with a Clean, Strong Progressive Bank gave you a considerable presTige in the business world? Accounts of all sizes welcomed BASKET DINNER.. PROGRAM. Sunday School Convention to be held at Bowen, Powell County, Kentucky, June 5th and Oth, 1913. . I 2:00 Dfivotinnul Rev. L. F. Mann, Clay City, Ky. 2 :15 Minutes of the last Convention-Coun- ty Sec'y, Clarence Estes. G. A. Joplin, State Worker. 2:20 Our Meeting Together .' 2:80 Keport8 of the various Sunday Schools. 8:00 Giving God our BeBt Prof. Alter, Stanton College. EVENING. Miss Ethel Baker. 7 :80 Missions in the Sunday School ' 7:55 Address State Sec'y, G. A. Joplin, -- greatest objection to this is 0 of the L. & N.'s evident intention to monopolize the rail road interests in this part of the Matt', which we believe is not light. Relieving this as we do, wo arc willing to put up our hard earned cash to annul this sale. Thern are others that have become interested and nre ready to help us. Wo arp thaukful to them, but feel that they really t.hmild be interested as much as we, though not so determined. We do not wish to bo understood as contrary or We have opinions on all public quos t ions, freely express them, and arc willing to ppend our money to uphold them when we know they nro rigWt as in this case. be-cu- A few years ago when the East Tennessee Telephone Company tried to purchase a franchise for an exchange in this city wo opposed it. Not that, we Had personal against the but, first because it was lending every aid to the Bell system to monopolize tho telephone business in this country, and second, because we had one system and that was enough. We do noi like monopolies. We o- peuly bid against the company, put up our.-- , money and bought the franchise to be sold. We had no need for the franchise could n't use it, but as wo never indulge in a child's play, wo paid over the cash. We would have paid over much more money had it been necessary to head oil' the monopoly. We have nothing personal a gainst tho L. & N. Railrord, do not desire to harm them in any way, but we are opposed to them buying the L. & E. Railroad. Our any-thin- g Com-pan- bythe - - ' s- - Clay City National Bank, CLAY CITY, KENTUCKY. k MORNING. 10:00 10:15 10:80 10-4- 1 f . 11:00 11:15 1:80 Rev. J. O. Hanley Rev. P. O. Derthick. Whv Should the Mountain Youth take Ad A. T. Stewart, vantage of a 11 his Opportunities fifie.'v .Tonlin. Thn Drrenni'pcl Snndnv Snbonl and OHrinc .. Miss Mina Knox, The Educational Value of Sunday School The Workers' and the Teachers' Meeting Mrs. J. O. Hanley Devotional Parents' Responsibility -I - - 1 MRS. J. W. WILLlAlvlS. 1 NOON. Rev. O. B. Mann. on Standard Points Sec'y Joplin. 1:45 Conference 2 :05 Election of Officers. Sec'y Joplin. 2:80 The Temperance Fag 2:45 How to Increase the Sundnv School. Membership General Discussion. Sec'y G. A. Joplin, 8:00 A Closing Message Dinner on the Ground. Devotion .- .... A. T. STEWART, President, CLARENCE ESTES, Secretary. HftPfl USE 11 VI U rh MILLS FliOTJ'fc Our Window Black Cat Hosiery America's Handsomest Hosiery year, yet it has never "rested" on the reputaHas flood the test for twenty-eigit tion of a past year each year it has et anew the high mark of maximum each year it ha earned a better name for excellence; that's why it haj gained the confidence of the American Family that's why it is demanded, purchased and worn by buyers of judgment and sensible economy. Sec the Black Cat at our hosiery counter convince yourself at to its merits! Feel for style of softits knit "glove-fitting- " its luxurious softness see its shapeliness est yarns for comfort colored by the highest salaried dyer in America for beauty made with extended reinforcements in heel and toe for wear. LOOK FOR THE S1CN Or THE BLACK CAT A( il.. (,!!. .I .f Ml '.. iL. til t u gci huucij iL . miemibm-eumi anuyouu ue sure .10 gei sauiacuuu--yu- u uicuuuu v. manufac- st. years successful skilUof the latest improved machincry-- of twenty-eigBlack Cat. turing experience. You'll get the most durable and desirable hose made ht hose-mer1 AN UNEXPECTED GUEST for luncheon or dinner will enjoy home-made busy-bodie- d. the delightful trial of bread that is made from the Pearl Hour, The loaves inude from this high grade flour arc fine, light, white mid exempting flavor and a satisfy ing lucheon can bo nude on the ex cellent bread (with sweet butter) that is made from the Pearl Hour. a ht Jiukc In this issue of the Times M. A. Phillips' auuouuco- - Made' by J. ANDREW CAIN, Versailles, Ky . J.., W. WILLIAMS, 0 .THE A HOME-MADE TIMES. P.UM2R. . Mrs. .1. H. is Peers, of Morehetul, visiting her sister, Mrs. E. 15. Mel'hersou, visiting friends Mi'tJIIone. Miss Uarrio Belle Representative A. O. Stanley Monday opened his campaign for Stanton, Ky., May IS, I'M'.. Senaton in iv speech nt (Jlasuow. Editor of Clay City Times, Sir: You will ANNOUNtnnCNT. Trees! Trees! Trees! .. THURSDAY, . -- MAY ;, of'Wiifehester, in the city. - it! '.)V Waltej- Wood, of Winchester, wus in the city the lirst of t lie LOCAL Mrs. T. BREVITIES. week visiting friends. a (Jlias. Soott, the obliging (Jen-nil Passenger and freight agent at Manchester lust week. of the L. & E., was ill the' city J; 0. Fitch and two little sons, Saturday in the interest of the road. of Jackson were in this city The show has come and gone. Mrs. "A. Easter continues very It was a nice, clean show and sick at her home near Powell's was well worth the price. The seats were well tilled, and .ll Valley church. . t , ... seemed to enjoy the entertainThe Kentucky Press Associa. ment very much. tion will meet at Olympian G. li. Coulee was in Clark Springs June J) 13. county last week and returned As an effort to stamp out foot home Saturday bringing with him rot among sheep, 2,000 farms in his three little children who had Central Kentucky will bo quar- been visiting their grandparents, antined June 1. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cooper. Benjamin Knox, of this counFine rains fell the latter part ty, has been given back pay on a of the week. The dry situation pension amounting to $992 and a was becoming serious with the monthly draw of twelve dollars farmers. Small grain and grass per month. were fast damaging, but with the abundant rainfall much will be ii. F. Curtis, after forty-eigh- t years with the Clark County Na- regained that before was thought tional Bank, the last twenty-eigh- t to have been lost. Corn, which is pretty much all planted, is years as Cashier, has position. Mr. Curtis coming up nicely and will now grow surprisingly if the weather is a Confederate veteran. will properly warm up. s When you wish to go away on the Weak and Nervous the train better send to the deTired-ouweak, nervous men pot a get a new time table, the and women would feel ambitious, L. & N. has changed the time of energetic, full of life and always the arrival and departure of have a good appetite, if they would their trains on the L. & E. di- do the sensible thing for health vision. m take Electric Bitters. Nothing better for the stomach, liver or kidConstipation Cured. , Dr. King's New ifoJJilla , jvill neys. Thousands say they owe relieve 'constipation promptly and their liVefl to this wonderful home get your bowels in healthy condi- remedy. Mrs. O. Rhmevault. of Vestal Center, N. Y., says: "I retion again. John Supsic, of Fu., says: "They are the gard Electric Hitteie as one of the best pills I ever used, and I advise greatest of gifts. I can never foreveryone to uee thein for constipa- get what it has done for me." Get a bottle yourself and see what a tion, indigestion and liver com- difference it will make in vour plaint." Will help you. Price :5c. health. Only 00c and $1 00. Recommended by all dealers. Ad.1 by all dealers. A'lv (. White visited friends t, San-bur- y, Come to Our Store And let us show you what a nice line of goods we carry. through the columns riillikan Business School, Fruit and Ornamental LEXINGTON, KY. of the Times say to the good people of Powell county that J Stnwbcrrles, Shrubs, hedging, Asparagus, Rhubarb, Ornpes, Rosa candidate for re election to uin UQOKKHEI'ING, SHORTHAND, es, I'eonies, Phlox, etc. TYPEWRITING. ollice of County Attorney, the subject to the action of the DemEverything for Orchard, l.n amlOarilrn. ocrats at a' Primary to beheld on This school has. turned out hunNO AGENTS FREE CATALOG the' 1st Saturday in August, 10$. dreds of men ami women who are successes. It will make There nre, none, as yet, to my a success of you. knowledge, who want'to oust nie H.F. Hillenmeyer&Sons of my office. for that I feel very Lexington, Ky. grateful, and" lI do hope Hint no Write for Catalogue. one will Want to antagonize me for this my second term, as it is always customary to give to the trusty servant h second term. 1 don't know just how I have pleased the people in the dis When in Need of charge of my past duties as your but- - 1 do know that I attorney, have done evervthing in. my power for the benefit and upbuilding of our county; to pay its debts, to decrease taxation; to build and maintain a better system of public roids; to light Cabinet Mantles, Grates, Tiles, graft; to suppress crime and to maintain the dignity of the law. I hope to have a chance before this election closes, to address the people of the county in each voting precinct and give to them my experience in county affairs, and Cjo to or Write to place before them n plan by which our county will not remain in the list of pauper counties, but will lift high its head, its credit, and its fair name, and place it in the rank with counties to which it properly beloncs. Cor. Main and Broadway, And to do this let me implore of you to select and elect competent men from Justice of the Peace to your County Judge. A man because he is a clever man is not a qualification for an officer. Com petent means ability, nerve, push, energy, sobriety and honesty. Get this class of men for your ollicers and I will assure you a prosperous county. I wish I had space to say more, but thanking you for your past inllu ence and support, 1 again be seech vou to stand by me in this my last effort to be your County Attorney, helming as 1 do, that my past experience has enlightened me to do more good for the county in the future than I have in the past. Realizing that I submit my claims to a trustworthy people, believing that they Builder's Hardware, or Heating Cooking Stoves, Grubbs & Benton, Winche&er, - Ky. will-powe- r, HARDWWK & COMPANY. Spring and Su: iiiiii er GOODS. Our Spring and Summer Goods are now 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 fctlectionsxand the nibst for your money or produee. We are especially anxious for you to call who are Interested in these im- - Our stock .of Dry (ioods, Notion1--, i (Jrnceries, Hardware, Clothing, Shoes an I etc. is replete with have confidence in me that I will stand by them and never forsake them or their cause until we build this our county upon a level financially and morally with Variety, Style " and Quality. THIS COMBINED WITH OUR Low Prices Make it to your inteiett to give us a good share of your trade. entire We trive to pleuse our customers we know be- - satisfied customers aieourbest assets. our neighboring counties. Under the law no candidate, has the right to spend money or other things to inlluenco voters to vote for them, or to bring any undue, inlluenco to make a voter vote contrary to his right of purpose. I will not violate this law, and will to the best of my ability stand by this law and prosecute any and all offenders, so help me God. I am your servant, and most respectfully ask all lovers of the land to vote for me. M. A. Phillips, 'County Atty. Cod-given . portant points. It is our aim to carry everything we Un- people want, but can not hen- - mention al'. But want to call your attention to the following Huns that "Walk-Over" handle. Wo-me- Yours to please, I WALDRON & JOHNSON, Wonderful Skin Salve Buck ten's Arnica Salve is known everywhere as the best remedy made for all diseases of the skin, and also for burns, bruises and boils. Reduces inilamation and is Shoes fur Men and "queen quality" Shoe foi in all ihe new things in tans gun metals and patents in Imtli low cuts and regular shoes, "Astor" Hraud Hats for Men and Hoys, Har, SchalTiier, and Marx and "Heart" brand Clothing for Men, "Mintor" Hrand Clothing for Ho.vs. We have them for hoi h Men and Hoys in the latest shies in pl.iin, i.lso in the new and lint popular Norfolk Miits. Women's trimmed i.nd Jn paiiainas and other popular Myles. Men's pauama hats, wool, ,;ilk and wash dress goods in all the new tilings, rain coals foi all, neekwear, suit eases, trunks, carpets, umbrella, etc . etc. ready-to-wea- r Waltersville, Ky. soothing and healing. J. 1. Socman, puhlixher of News, of Conic Kits, N. C, writes that one box helped his serious skin ai'menl af. other remedta fajled, Only 25c. Recommended by all dealers. El tr Hardwick & Co., Stanton. Bnlinn M.wMnMn,.' ' SPOUT SPRING. taking much interest in these services and may Clod bles3 thorn. , . The Middlesboro, ,, , of Trade in three suitts liied ov it against u number of railroad companies, has won an exception, al victoiy before the Commerce Commission, The contentions of the Hoard of Trade were upheld in practically every instance and rates found tube unreasonable and the defendant, companies ordered to desist from charging such rates in the future. Four-roo- For Sate -- e mm for your Mrs Mioe .1. Severn! from tlii? place attend-c- l t lie show ut (JlayUity Moiuluv night. big Grunt timber job lias begun. A saw mill will soon bu placed L'liriiin'i in f lie I'i-Uc- cnttago und three In 8 'in western portion of city. Apply Clay City, Ivy. T' 1 V. wants. Williams oven ee YEARS EXPERIENCE Timothy Hay r tlieie. Mann,of Cluy (;ty, will preach at Jackson's 'Impel t lie lirst Sunday in next II. v. L. F. Clean and nice delivered any where in Clay City nt (!0 eta per bale. Cow pea hay at. the same price J. E Burgher. mm m Din hi iHliTiffl April M-- I A.Trilnlng School for Teachers CnurMi t) " RICHMOND, KY. i Ef 1 1 ZTTTZ DCBIQHB letdlnff L Klrmntary.l Judge V!M In School, of Kentdrkj. Cour.cs Bint Mtlclln. Coitm'. Tultloa fr lA Twn .nli'ivlnl 4 U til rn'.tto Bprcli Bevle r. nd drcrtpllnr may Anronoiiendliie nkcli-fmlek- t- aacorlnlii our opinion fret w hotlier an U prurmblr piileiilnlilfl. Cnmniunlra. HANDBDOR on I'UenU I loniolrletlT conrldoiitlnl. cut fro. OMeit anner foraavurlus pnlem. 1'iiteula taktn tnrotuh tlunn A Co. tacelra $pc(UUnnttet, without cbnr, lulho CopynioHTS Ac month. h K K OA PITA Tj STOCK. 8100,000 i rrKtW'hool.rtmMril',''''." w ,",.TC,h" iinnl'ira. ItmrMIe v. FIder Paul Derthick, of Stan-ton- , will preach at the school house Sunday morning and Sun Angora goats, w.e are qiwte ila' night. sure, would be a most profitable T. S. Mc.Kiuney hud a splendid nnimal to keep in this part of the horse .to die Saturday. This is. State They will completely de the eighth horse Mr. McKinnev stroy, all kinds of filth on'land, has had to die in his time. and are profitable for the fleece 8URPLUSA.NDU.V- DIVIDED PKOFITS. 200,000 t, Sumner "r wi1t. Timit of auf aclenlldn lotinuit, Tcrini, 3a renn four nioiitha, l. fluid I) all niwatlnitan. A handiomelr lllmrtraf Scientific fltticrkan. ILdi OlraP&S V J. n. rnAP'iw St, WathlngUmflKSf 2 Winchester Bank, a OPl WlNCHBTEK. KV. v. THE n t OAHUlKil. j3 (n m cm You Need a Tonic When that time comes to you, you know what tonic to take Cardui, the woman's tonic. Cardui. is composed of purely vegetable ingredients, which act gently, yet surely, on the weakened womanly organs, and helps build them back to strength and health. It has benefited thousands and thousands of weak, ailing women in its past half century of wonderful success, and it will do the same for you. You can't make a mistake in taking There are times in every woman's life when she needs a tonic to help her over the hard places. uor.r.v ej'ntcHHi'oojf, imii:h, and meat, as well. We would, l.k" very much to see them in-- . Mrs. Claude Crow is very low trnduced into this county by some with tuberculosis and is not ex- - of our enterprising farmers. pected to live. For Sale, lj Kiinbieil. ' d 1 W. K. a XUUK AOUOU.YTS NUIjIUITl'jU iA I nt Wq per hundred. Frances E. Beauchamp t President W. C. T. V., will Kimbrell liver an ad Iress Ciiapel next Saturday night. Sunday School meets at Kim-br- e Chapel each Sunduy after- Make Your Wet Land Productive. The interest By i lie use of drain tile you eat. noon a' y o'clock and attendance is increasing. turn that low, wet, useless, swam Fverybody invited. p Held into the most product iv Hood tile, spot on your farm. placed, .nnt.only carries oil Rosslyn. - ','n wittrr, it admits air to the Magis'rate W. M. Allen is a 'out inakHs it easy to work candidate for County Judge. in'iiroves any soil. The increace ih t value of tin- laud is many Mrs. W. M. Howell returned t, ilit- f the tile. The (iisi home Saturday from the hospital. ywir's crop .from tiled land pirn for it. Any body can do the worl Mr. Jeff Allen was seriously Wrjte for pariieu-la- r hurt a few days ago by a tree ir cell at oui plant. fallinf on him. Mrs. de-a11 i.-- rly LeuSpencer preached a Coal oil stove, new procc-p?QUICK-RELIE- F witli cabinet SHIPP'S isvilte, Ky., line sermon at Jacktuii Chapel inner, LINIMENT. and ove complete, in peifeet eon- last Sunday morning. This Is the liniment the people arc S,'l! V,'ry H U,,'' a,ni"Bt ' wi" H. K. Rb.ntnn. f .Montezuma. '", talking about. new. Call at t hi Time nlliee. hid., is on his way to thij place It is the most wonderful remedy for relieving pain I have eer used. ('apt. "Cow Heas for Sale. in a covered wago i ami will stay Anderson Berry, Lexington, Ky. Now Seed pHfm nt market price several we l;s. I used tiiis liniment and the pain and soreness disapneared liku mnrrie. Si 50. Will go higher later. Nelso . Witt and Owen Patrick V. T. Ballenger, J. E. Hurgher. .Jailer relieving nclies Lexington, Ky. went, 1 Irvine ln- -t Friday and For and pnios this I ever saw. J. Saturli, and took the teacher's In our Spring cleaning yu need litiiinentlietits anythingKy. II. Lctton, Lexington, examinations. o. ptiperf. We have theiu in It is the only remedy I found llev. I T. , - ."-- i I CARDUI The Woman's Tonic Miss Amelia Wilson, R. F. D. No. 4, Alma, Ark., says: "I think Cardui is the greatest medicine on earth, for women. Before Ibegan to take Cartlui, I was so weak and nervous' and had su.ch awful dizzy spells and a poor appetite. Now I feel as well and as strong as I ever did, and can eat most anything." Begin taking Cardui today. Sold by all dealers. Farm Drain Tile have that Ini given mo.aiiy relief since I war e'iriilizod fouryears nio Jlrs. Susan Welborn, Kewburg, Ind. If it fails to relieve any pain in anv tmrt of the body in lifUen niiuiites.ask for your money hack. SOLD BY ALL LEADING DliUGGISTS; Has Helped Thousands. , HBJHBJH I RIGHT HERE. IS YOUR CHANGE TO BUY THAT TYPEWRITER! sex - This is,a a Typewriter Man straight-from-the-Should- er u Typewriter Talk by the Naders of The Clay City Times. Whether you have had the use of a typewriter or not, you have paid for one many times over. Yes sir, we mean It; everyday you continue using the old, slow method of writing witli a pen you are unconsciously paying for a typewriter. The farmer who cuts nis graii with a scythe pays with every drop of sweat for a reaper. If neglectful of Jouare and expose yourself unnecessarily to the rain and cold you are paying for the very things that would have kept you wetl and comfortable. Remember this and mark it well: You must pay pay pay for the necessities of this life, whether you use them or not. Messrs. D. W. Martin and H. Company, S. Frvar made i business trip' KENTUCKY TANT(V, Saturday to Pino Ridco. Messrs. G urge and Billie Martin, who have been workinc at Whitesburg, are at home. Red River Brick & Tile Eld. A.1M. Lowe will fill his appointment at Zachariah Lord's day ONE ef BOURION at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Eld. POILTBY CL'B: W. K. Harding will be present. down a chick's throat cure i a lew orors the r In tine water curesla mis prevents cholerr, diarrhoea and other chick discabes. One Mc bottle mrtkes 11 rallons o: medicine At all drueglMs Sample and Ixvihlrt en "Dl eases of I'oTrla" ecr.t lT.Ei; Bourbon Messrs. A. M. Lowe & Co. have bouuht a car of U. It. M. Hour. This will bring the price down on flour. This firm will sell retail and wholesale. There will be services nt the Methodist church Saturday evening at 7 p. in., Lord's day at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Sunday school 10 a. ni.. pastor I. T. Spencer. It is talked by both Iiepubli 'his an Democrats in these 1 No other typewriter built regardless of any claims made is the equal of the new Fox Visible Typewriter eitfct'r in material used, or in workmanship, or in the number and convenience of its special features. Tl.ero are many good typewriters being built and sold, but we claim for the new Fox Visible Typewriter that it is uetter than the best of these, aiid that its an t limn t io features combined cannot lie found in any other typewriter. The New Fox it. a typewriter that will meet with the npprovni of tlie must critical user. A single demonstration will convince you we will make iLut our expense, if you will peruiit us. Romrtj C.l:iliEtca,r THIS IS THE NEW VISIBLE FOX SENT ON FREE TRIAL, Express Paid. "BETTER THAN THE BEST OF ALL OTHERS." should make the race a'ain for County Judge and T. 0. Hall for Mierill'. The Christian Sunday school n imbered Jjo in attendance Sun-tv, c.lleetion was J7 cents. pa r meeting Monday night 'if wi.ro 5."i ami a good old fi)iio (il meeting. Sonio nr d pirts that Judge Hardwick Iprolni'ityobUmMlil mtiRtronTciirn (0 i'xi'lu.!vljr. Si) on HJ.V TO OCT I MirliiitrttKU-- 1 e riimo. ioi en no t. r ucitb uit .t , PATENT ' t Seventh St., m nun i. Oil, Will v t( Si go. VYCK3. Wuhlnctan,.D. C.J i liiiuriiuuion. fATtXTl, iArthfr. book The best lubrication witlwut carbon Oii.r Tit C ti... l.id U, ll ii AtcrfkTnI1frtrl(JirftIrwrnAlv?n cooiMir.p,ioiSLi.tt. Haceironinnentrcnnfyl A t bIa. till II. hlch Hrt. I UliC nil urli feevJl finely. I'oI Ivcj trtm fnunrarlnn. rin flr-.- t Mr iiuril.r.M if nr. Ilil if A..in rttiutn r,,K til.h IHtiSionoUril. tcul bar it 1 witli tflcel. lino t' uta by fyr l eiuuntn'. lvrlcoof oIIIiimWJ.. 4!tpf gtUtm. MULLUILtU. tap INA. 'Catiline", UiU LEXINGTON, KY, ml. uImIi - t. for writing in all cap. A positive automatic Line Lock prevents you from writing lieyond a predeter-uiiic- d line. The ribbon travels in a ".Ig-iwg- " line fwt, straight across from spool to spool as on others thus using all f the ribbon and making it last three or four limes as long as on other typewriters. The ribbon automatically tccjf from one sreol in the other without tiny iittention froni the o ernlor. Carriages nre interchangeable, and run on mil bearing trucks, l'latens are removable, m thai both a Lard and soil platen tan lie used on the same typewriter. Extremely lijit lunch, "No tailing lutl is lighter (hull the touch of the Fox Typewriter." Ohoiie of Klilc. Pica, Con-cu- d Itoiiinii, Medium llomnii, ii Italic 1 j pi we tarry n tic in lime thoiifnnd pc ial tipc in stock, of our own m iiiiifiieture, mid can fiiruifli keboardsfor any hiuuiuge, Tim Fox lias aii eusy, almost unUclcrs net Ion, is ery durable. an t is sfiit complete with cleaning onltij iii.it'metal cover with hardwoml Isuse, This is the I'm, the typewriter ue muiiiifuctiire this is the t)pcw liter that we will send to anyone anywhere in the 'lilted M.ites on Free Trial. al express rluiiges fully paid no f,nd la e" uodehiy no obligation to buy. If purchaacd t'ter lri.il you can pay a little down whatever you can spare and the balance in small monthly laymetits. by any other typewriter com iicader. in nil sincerity we can honestly say this proposition h:i never been enu-ilelany and all we ai.1; is tlmt you rite u today NOU giving ih your name and addrcsx o we can send you our rata a .uul wiite vim personally about our typewriter and Freo Tii.ii oiler. ulomaiii-allds 11 Look at the illustration of our New Fox Visible Typewriter, shown above, and compare it with any other typewriter ton have evei seen pr used. Here is a really VISIBLE typewriter note that the printing point is on top in plain iglit, mid that the type bars rise from where they are lying and strike the platen In full view of tlio operator, and in a direct line of viion, and that all of what you fiave written remains in full sighttintil the paper is removed from the tyrowritcr. Coinl'mre this with those old style typewriter, that some lirms are still advertising as visible, but on vhiiih the printing point is beneath the typelmrs,-anyou have to look down into them or between them to see what vmi nave wTiui u. Touch a key in the keyboard and ion change the color of vour writlne instantly from black, blue r purple to red. I'ress the Tabulator Key at the left (in front) for paragraphing, writing the complimentary closing, te ; iilMi lor nil kinds of billiuu. At the rieht i i front) is our liuck SimeeKov. This moves the carriaee hnckward for .unking corrections, or putting in punctuation, nils Key also enables the operator to erase a wont ot tnrce letters ana vrile one of four in its place. I'ress Hie Stencil Key shown at the left (front) for leaking stencils from which if diinlicale letters can be mude. Four rows of keys reduce the shifting The right Bhift Key locks d thoit-audM- cur-thir- d. (, if nrjr. t. Bin a mm ftr (mid Fox Typewriter Co., Manufacturers, Clay Cily' Times, Local Representative SSmSTSS&. n'i iitiiri. for Clay City and vicinity. r