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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): May 29, 1913 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1913 cla1913052901_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 29, 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. 11.00 a Year in Advance Wt are here to kelp Clay City, tie SorronnJing Country and Ourselves. .1. E. Burgher, Publisher. VOL. XVIII, Our Error. CLAY CITY, K.Y., THURSDAY," MAY 2t Some Pottoffice Law. 1913. NO. VI Do not forget the Powell County Sunday School Convention to b held at Bowen June .rth and (lib. A splendid program has luen arranged and it is desired that every chool in the county send nt least one delegate and more if they cua to this covention. Also send along a little cash to help defray expenses of the state work. Rev. Geo. A. Joplin, General Secretary of tlio Kentucky School Association will be the rnin speaker. He is a splendid speaker and. 'strong man iu th Sunday school work. ' Our type made us say last week the lease of the Cumberland Hotel in Judge Phillips' announcement for nearly a year, has disposed that he was asking the "support of the same to W. J. Mountz, of of every lover of the laud." It Clay City, Ky., who hue been en- should have said "every lover of gaged In the Bummer resort busi- - the" law." The Judge is a faithful 6ervan3yti.on the Times in 'Mbnrifz conies highly recommend- no way would detract from his As we siid last week, he ed. Mrs. jlountz is a very inn teresting young woman. They is over the county as have one small child. The a vigorous prosecutor. He is alchange in the management of so very careful about protecting the Cumberland took place the the county's interests, when it first of May, Mr. Mountz will comes to the allowing of excesmake several changes in the ho- sive and unjust claims. In some tel and will have it overhauled instances he has saved the county handsomely. He so far has and refitted. The Cumberland is the old ho- no announced opposition. tel of the city and has been a landmark and known to evory BENEFIT RECITAL Under Attipiccs of traveling man throughout the Ladles' Aid Society, at country. whole Harriman CHRISTIAN CHURCH (Tenn.) liecord. well-know- Takes Charge of Hotel. B. F. Kurtz, who has luul The mail of nearly every member of Congress is being clogged with requests for information relative to thi filling of fourth-clas- s postoffices. Here is the information moRt sought: Q. What whs' the Taft orJer pertaining to' '4th class' postmasters? A. It was an executive mude on Oct. loth, 101:?, p'ostinas-ter- s placing all fourth-clas- s under Civil Service without or-der STANTON NEWS. Miss Aana Clark visited school mates at Rowcn several days fast week". Mr. Henry Tipton has improved his place wonderfully by putting up a new picket fence. Louis Conlee, of Richmond, was here a few days visiting the old homestead and friends. Miss Reese Shimfessel, of Clny City, is visiting her sister, Mrs. S. D. Hall, for a few days. The L. & N. Itailroad doesn't seem to stand much in favor with the good people of Paint hick, Garrard County, through which town that road runs, as eight citizens and business firms of that village have suits pending a gainst the L. & N. for damages amounting to $40,000. I. Mr. Geo. Moore, Superintend- rK,as HirirTi:i:onf Kj,,. wiH'glve a lecture ifor the bene- ent of the. Knights of Pythias nn'exumination. Q. What was the effect of this order? A. It meant each 4th Class Postmaster in the U. S. then in office would hold the office indefinitely regardless of his lit u ess or qualifications, vacancies of course to be filled based on a competitive examination. Q. Wherein was this order unA. It put postmasters fair? Tuesday Evening, June 3rd, then in office under Civil Service 8:00 O'clock. who had received their appointment by virtue of political conPROGRAM. siderations without themselves Music "America." taking the examination and took Reading: (a) "A Summer Romance" H. C. no accouut of merit whatsoever. Q. What is the "Wilson Way"? Bunner. ' (b) Character Sketch Seledted. A. President Wilson on May 7, A 191J, issued an executive order, Miss Baldwin. amending the Taft order, which Duet Rev. and Mrs. L. F. Mann. provides th&tjn all 4th class post Reading: (a) Littleft GirP Richard 'Harding offices wherethe compensation is 1180 per yeaiTor over, there shall Davit. " (hi fit of the order at the Christian Miss Baldwin. church Clay City, Ky., June 10th, Music Miss Grace Shimfessel. 1918 at 7:00 p.m. Every body Reading: invited. No charge for admis(a) "Village Watch Tower1 Kate sion. Douglass Wiggin. Behma afCurtW-lvHarrison. Irs'. "Burton be hefdan oe'n by mpetifive'ex-animatio- n There will be an ice cream supper at Mrs. Russell's sample room Saturday night for the benefit of the Clay City Reading Room. Come out au help the young ladies in a worthy cause. (b) A Character Sketch Miss Baldwin. Indian Club Exhibition. Miss Baldwin. Selected. Mrs. Luther Loving and children will leave tomorrow for Hotel Friday, Saturday and MonRowling Green where they will day, May 30 and HI and June 2 to visit relatives for several weeks. practice his profession. Drl C. 1). Dickson, dentist, of Ashland, will be at the Red River Our Tape Line is Ready for YOU! Department and secure perfect fit, perfect style and the fullest satisfaction. Gall and see the new Spring and Summer Woolens they're the most beautiful and exclusive in town, the complete line o HDHLmQBSI Our prices are lowest our clothes best1 Order your Spring suit through our Custom Tailoring the Civil Service Commission, the result of which shall be certified by the Commission to the Postmaster General. The Postmaster General shall appoint oue of the three receiving the highest rating. Q. How are they appointed when the compensation is under A. By the Postmaster $180? General based upon a report made by a post office inspector. Q. Who holds these examinations? A. Local examiniug boards are appointed by the Civil Service Commission to conduct the examination. Q. When will these examinations be held? A. It is impossible to tell at this time; but they will be held as soon as the Department can take care of the work, and as the ueeds of the service require. Q. Whare are examinations held? A. At the most convenient point. Q. How dues one make application for examination? A. After an examination is announced the applicant secures, upon request, at tlio local post office, form 175!), which is the proper blank to be filled out and which contains full information pertaining to the examination. Q. What is the nature of the examination? A, It covers elementary arithmetic, penmanship, letter writing, copying tests, together with statement as to facilities for transacting the business of the office. Q. How can one get more com-piete Lowe & Crowe, Rosslyn, Ky. information pertaining to this matter? A. By writing to the "Civil Service Commission, Washington, D. 0,," asking for copies of form 1752 and 1750, which contain instructions to applicant and rules and regulations, governing appointments, or by writing your Member of "A baseball jpme between Levee Master Teddy Hardwick, of Winand Stanton was played here lnes chester, is visiting relatives and his Sunday We host of friends in Stanton. 0h Stantojj winning. oau wisn tne ooys woum-piatneir Mclvin Blunt, who is carpentergames cn Saturday. It hardly ing in Lee county was home over seems right to take the on day Sunday to visit his parents. all days to have a baf game. Several this week have cleaned While bnseball is a splendid ganH up and beaut'fied their littltqfcplots and the writer thoroughly enjoj at the cemetary. Let the goodswork seeing one and wishes that Stuito.-- i go on. rJfe could arrange a series of games and while there are worse things that Mtes Edith East'on, of. could be done and are done on county, whr withTTer. mother ar. visiting Dr. I. Johnson is thought JSunduy yet in a small town like Stanton and with no public work'j to have typhoid fever. or great industries or a thousand Mrs. Toby Anderson is about and one other attractions going on well again but her sister has dewe feel that all the best people ot" veloped pneumonia with measles the town and county would prefer and her condition is very serioiiB. to have the. game played on SaturMr. Isnac Bonne Scholl, of Lex- day. Most of us or at least most ington, died last we-und was of us cught to have conscientious brought to Stanton and'buried. He principlts against going to see a was 44 and leaves a wife and seven Sunday ball game. The writer children, two being married. does not wish to be a fanatic Inn Morgan Lyle is preparing to move he feels that it would be a splendid into his house vacated by Al wall. thing if the manager of the ici Miss Bettie Boone and Mrs. Mor- cream parlor would close up Iih gan Lyle will run the hotel so they nusiness about two hours during tell us. We wish them great success. serviee it would be appreciated by many of the christian people ot Firmin Conlee, a former citizen Stanton. of near Stanton, has returned form The writer perfected the a sojourn in Florida for the winter, of a Sunday School at Spout and has gone to St. Helen, in I.ee Spring in Estill county this past county to take charge of a board-in- Sunday. He was much impressed house. with Spout Spring for several reaWe are glad to see that two of sons. It was a splendid neighborthe candidates who have annonnc-e- hood und in mingling with tlio for office have pledged them- with the crowd of people gathered selves not to use money or liquor. at the store there he only heard And let us help them to keep that one little swear word utiered and How about the other can- not a smutty story told. Whew pledge. he was at the Sunday before it wan didates making tlio same pledge. way the men swore and Ren Sewell, of the First Nation- terrible the the rottenness of their talk. Thin al Rank of Jackson, was in Stanton Sunday looking over the list of was not in Powell or any adjoning While at Spout Spring he our lovely girls. Wo have some county went over to Kimbrell and heard And young nice ones all right. Presladies, let me tell you that after Mrs. Frances E. Heauchnmp, W. C. T.U., of Ken several years acquaintance with ident of the Hen there isn't aflnir young mun tucky, delivered a fine temperance lecture. She is a brilliant speaker in this part of the country. and made out a strong case against It was suggested that the writer John Barley Corn. How a rain publish the names of those wo could touch a drop of liquor after waited in the durk house of the hearing such convincing facts ai night for their liquor when the she gave is strange. She tdinwul young man went to Ilumilton, the value of the win to corpuscles Ohio. Rut that would be a dead in the blood and how they are th give away on some men whom we watch dogs that kill the disease will how did rot suspect guilty of such a germs andthem liquor thus numb or and prevent paralyze thing. Some quite prominent men them from killing uieuiserse germs. concerned. And it is to the fact that when Um corpuscle are paralyzed that Rev. J. C. Ilanluy returned from white men given to drink are more sus- the Conference of the Presbyterian ceptable to diseases und so many of churches at Atlanta aw' reports a them die from tiiem. ne corpus splendid time. It was a great as cles are unable to do their work scmbly that met this year, the sev- und thus tlio disease germs epreu.l amazing rapidity. When tin eral bodies uniting in holding the with corpuscles are restored t ) white Conference. The reports of this their usefulness ugaln the diseitso great meeting as we read them !n germs ure too many for them to and thus the person diiv. the papers were interesting. We were in hopes though that h union j Liquor does not alTect the diseas of all the branches of the Presbyte-ria- u germ aid so they continue in their churches would take place but deadly work while the white corpuscles are out of commission. action was deferred another year. y 'r organi-zatio- n g d 1 e THE TIMES. fUIIU31IEI KVEKV TlIUltSKAT. Subscription rules SI a jtar or three years in advance ership mid statesmanship nro having n telling cll'ect nil over the country, ns 110 industry has been disturbed by this bill which will substantially reduce the cast a of living. It will give the peo-ple- "free basket." by which ev- The Times and 11 11 ery American citizen who goes j. U. Burgher, Publisher. to the merkctund makes his pur chases will do so without paying ICntered ns second-clas- s mail matter. diie cent of revenue for tarifT. The bill is drawn absolutely nud Thursday, May 2(1, 101.1 unqualifiedly in the interest of the whole American people, and CLUB KATES. outside of the Louisiana Senators For the convenience of our who are opposed to free sugar it we have arranged club rates is probable that every Demowith if he following papers at prices cratic Senator aud many of the course below mentioned: sub-i-riber- s, 8J. in open court that Roosevelt is a drunkard. We cannot help admiring Ows ley Stanley, Gov. Beckham's op He pone nt, for V. S. Senator. made a speech at Flemingsburg Monday and if did our soul good to tho bottom of our feet to read it. He showed how tho railroad of this country were extorting $!)50,000,000in dividends on thei watered stock. He showed how that railroads of say $5,000,000 capitaljearning 15 were allowed to capitalize at $20,000,000 when their earnings would aliow only In tliis instance they o and also for burns, bruises untl boils. Reduces inllittnntion and Is foothing and healing. J. I. Sogs.v man, iiI1Mht of News, of Coiin-HiN. C, writes that one box helped bis serious skin ailment uf. other reiiiedb s failed. Only '2"c. Recomuionded by all dealers. m, Flour! Flour! Flour! Car load of U. R. M. Flour will! arrive this week. In 500 lb. lots, 1 tr To Whom it May Concern: , This is notify nil claimants Courier-Journ- al 11 11 Cincinnati Enquirer 1.10 Louisville Herald 90 Home and Farm Inland Farmer j AO American Fanner Southern Agriculturist 75 ANNOUNCEMENTS. For County Judge. tl.00 D. D. Potts ns candidnte for County Indue of Powell county, subject to the action of the Democratic primary election in Au- KUHt. Wc ire authorized to announce Wc are authorized to announce D. It. Dnniel as candidate for County Judge of Powell county, subject, to the action of the Democratic primary election in August. We nre authorized to announce AV. T. Adnms nseandidate forCounty.Iudgp of Powell county, subject to the action of the Democratic primary election in August. For County Attorney. It is indeed very pleasant readWo are authorized to announce AI. A. Phillips us candidate for County At- ing when we can pick up the daitorney of Powell county, subject to tho action of the Democratic primary elec- ly pipers and learn of the troution in August. bles of the L. & N. Railroad For County Court Clerk. .We are authorized to announco J. P. Orabtree ns candidate forCounty Court Progressive Kepublicau Senators will vote for it. Indeed he would expose him as a target for the neonle as he would thereby be opposing their inter- ests. III thij issue of the Times appears the announcement of D. V. Martin for Sheriff of Powell county, subject to the primary Au uust 2nd. Mr. Martin, besides beitig as good a Democrat as there is in the county, is a man well qualified for the office. He is a sober man, of honest and upright character, and a man well qualified in every way to fill the ollice. Later in the campaign should he have opposition, he will prove a formidable opponent for them. would be allowed to in the estate of J. T. Berry, deceased, to file elaimsn legal form with nie on or before June oth, 1913, or otherwise they will be barred. J. C. Everman, Administrator, (Address) West Bend, Ky May 5th, 1011!. '$2.75 per cwt. Gome, boys, and gpt your share. This flour is a fine patent flour. Lowe & Crowe, ROSSLYN MERCHANTS. crease their rates to make a ren sonable per cent of profit of pay Gfo. Over, capitalization is why so many corporations are made to show poor dividends when in fact they are paying on the act ti a money invested, not less than 25. Away with such decep tion, and may Owsley Stanley live long to preach this gospel of salvation from the greedy rail roads of the land. 1 Let Us Show You Some of Our New GOODS. Some Beautiful New II. T. Derickson, of Stanton announces for Sheriff in this is suo of the Times. Mr. Derick eon is a man well qualified for the place, being, as he 16, of a determined, upright and perse vering.disposition. Should he be elected, the citizens of the coun ty will know that their interests so far as the Sheriff's office is concerned, will be cared for. ReadytoWear Suits that are bound to please. Our line of Clerk of Powell county, subject to the action of the Democratic primary election in August. For Sheriff. AVeare authorized to nnnniinnnTl v Martin as candidate for SIinriiT ,,r i.i,. HI county, subject to the action of the 'emocratic primary election in August ;We are authorized to announco II 1 Denckson ns candidate for Sheriff 01 rowen county, subject to the ac uon 01 mo democratic primary elec nun 111 Aii'uau For Assessor. We nre nuthorized to announce S. A J'.aster as candidate fnr A Powell counts, subject to the notion of the Democratic primary election in For Jailer. We are authorized to announce Jesse Crow as candidate for Jailer of Powell county, subject to the action of the lie I'uuuwun iriiuarj- - election in August, . llio Underwood tariff bil which is now before the Senate having recently passed the House unameuded by more than a two io one vote will have the most u liique history of any Tariff bil for more than half a century, by reason of having been passed un jt mended. Those who are wel informed as to the situation in jthe Senate are of the opinion hat the bill will pass the Senate practically unamended. Here .tofore, when a bill is introduced by a Kepublicau Cougres a few of the items at least arc in the interest of the public, but when the bill gets before u Kepubli- icun Ilousu it is amended until it is in I lie iuterest of the capital Ms and manufacturer and a gainst the interest of the con ainiier or public. Then when the Ixopulilicun Senate gets through amending it, it is iudeod a full fledgedjjrobbcr tariff divested of every patriotic virtue. The pres cut tariff bill is largely tho work of Hon. Oscar ' W. Underwood, A guilty conscience is not the cause of all the poor sleeping a- Company and the Western Union people. A per Telegraph Company wi.thin them- inong Clay City Fon with the clearest conscience selves and with each other. May 6leep with their differences multiply, aud in the world couldn't unnecessary noise these their troubles increase until the all the courts of "the land are kept busy old freight ti;aiu. whistles make town au and they grow fat from the ple- during the uight. The thorities should put a stop to it. thoric purse of these monopolistic and greedy corporations. Judge W. T. Adams informs the readers of the Times in this issue D. E. Daniel has decided to that he is a candidate for County make the race for County Judge. Judae. Judge Adams isnowoneof Mr. Daniel is an open hearted the Just ices of the couuty,has pre good fellow. He has previously vionsly held the office of .Polire held the offices of Justico of the Judge of Clay City, and with his Peace, Councilman of Clay City, experience could perform the du and Mayor of the city. He has ties of the office with efficiency. always been a loyal Democrat, He has many supporters and wil whether in defeat or victory. He undoubtedly make a good race has a large following and will bo not elected. a strougcaudidate. Hisannouuce-men- t appears in this issue of the We like the postofiice primary Times. plan and would like to seethe sc lection of postmaster of Clay City Col. Koosevelt is again a much settled iu the same way. talked of man. This time it is Clothes may not makefile mai occasioned by a suit brought by but no gentleman will try to get him in defense of his character. Ho took offense at a Michigan cd along without them. tior for calling him a drunkard. Wonderful Skin Salve The Michigan editor refused to Bucklen's Arnica Salve is known take back what he said, but says everywhere as the best remedy further he can and will prove it made for all diseases of the skin, 1 Lawns, Percales, and other Dress Goods should be seen to be appreciated. Come in and le us fit you up ready for trie summer weather with goods that are bolh stylish and cool. t We have our usual large cerainlyj. please rou; full store , and can SHIMFESSEL'S. Did it Ever Occur to You That an account with a Clean, Strong Progressive Bank gave you a considerable preslige in the business world? Accounts of all sizes welcomed by the Clay City National Bank,' CLAY CITY, KENTUCKY. A New Way in Merchandising. .............l..Vyl.rvvY)Yy We have associated ourselves with thousands of merchants throughout an n njir the United States, for the purpose of giving the people opportunity USE HOPE i$ MILLS FJliOTJ i of buying their goods direct from thousands of facloties; and can furnish any article to be had from the large Catalogue Houses at a great saving, such as farming tools of all kinds, wagons, buggies, harness, saddles, sewing machines, mowers, reapers, pumps, manure spreaders, disk harrows, drills, and all kinds of merchandise. catalogues Call and get one of our ANUNEXPECTEDOUEST for luncheon or dinner will enjoy the delightful trial uf bread, that ie made from the Pearl Hour. The louves mude from this high grade (lour are line, light, whito aud of tempting flavor and a satisfy-in- g lueheon can be made on the excellent bread (with sweet butter that is made from the Pearl flour. home-made 700 page of Ala.,' th? chairman, of the Ways aud Means" Coummitlee and President Wo.od'rpw Wilson, Underwood is-- undoubtedly, the ablest and one of the most patriotic men" that has ever shaped a tariff bill in the history of this country and his matchless lead- - which will explain everything and save yourselves money. Mrs. j. W. Williams. COvmaMTP-M&C- Made by J. ANDREW GAIN, Versailles, Ky THE A IIOMK-MAD- K TIMES. THURSDAY, The liev. Judge L. F. Mann went to Klkatawa, Hreathitt county Saturday and preached in his old church there Sunday. At least f00 people were out to hear PAl'KR. their former minister expound the sound Gospel truths in his MAY 49, 1913 Mrs. usual forceful manner. Ma no accompanied the Judge on Clark, are visiting relatives here this week. Rev. I. T. Spencer will preach at Kimbrell Chapel next Sunday ufterunnu at 2 o'clock. Mrs. Edwin Rose, 'who was so seriously sick last week with Edward Mcintosh and wife, of shingles, is. much improved. Kimbrcll. Trees! Trees! Trees! Fruit and Ornamental Strawberries, Shrubs, Hedging, Asparagus, Rhubarb, (trapes, Roses, Peonies, I'hlov, etc. nillikan Business LEXINUTON, BOOKKEEPING, ScIiodI, KY. LOCAL BREVITIES. this ministerial tour. Tlio CLiy City Heading Kooin Mrs. Cliiis. Groves and little has been opened, and will reson, of Cincinnati," are visiting; ceive lady guests on each Tuesrelatives here. day and Saturday afternoons C. Sliinifosxel lias si nice line of from the hours of 2 till :!(). lints which lie is sel- Men and boys the same days in ling ut popular prices. the evenings from 7 till 8:80. Quite a number of the best periJoe Mount, has returned from odicals have been secured for the SSardis, Miss., to stay. We benefit of the patrons of the Mountz back to fhe old, ' room. townt 1 ready-to-wear This school has turned nut hun Allen Flynn, candidate for dreds of men and women who County Clerk, was here last Satare successes. It will make urday, and was a guest of Maris a success of you. Rev. L. F. Mann will preach at Jackson Chapel next Sunday morning at eleven o'clock. SHORTHAND, TYPEWRITING. nerythlnr lor Orchard, Ijvit NO AGENTS tniMlardcn. FREE CATALOG r. , W. V. Hendrix, yard master Choir practice has been resumfor the L. & E. at Winchester, ed and will meet each Friday night usually ut one of the was stricken last week, and tachurches. This Friday night ken to a hospital at Lexington the meeting will be held at the where an operation was perform ed. Mr. Hendrix is doing well Christian church. und will soon be out again. Mr. In a duel with pistols caused Hendrix is a Clav City boy and by an old grudge at Cow Creek is a son of Mr. and Mrs. John church, Estill county, Will Co- Hendrix of this city. llins was killed bv Leander West. The selection, of a postmaster West surrendered to the author-i- t for Winchester to succeed Postics at Irvine. master John G.White, RepubliThe Right Way to (let Rid of It. can will be decided by a Demo At Stanford Lincoln county cratic primary June 28th. The dry territory they know how to primary question was champion take care of boot legged whiskey. jd by the Winchester Sun which Last week sixty quarts of fine secured nearly one thousand pebottled in bond goods said to titioners for the primary. have a market value of ulout Hor the Weak and Nervous $100 was taken from the jail and Tired-ouweak, nervous men poured out. The whiskey bad boot loggers and women would feel ambitious, been collected from and stored in the jail until the energetic, full of life and always decisioti to pour it out was reach- have a good appetite, if they would do the sensible thing for health ed by the Judge. take Klectrie Hitters. Nothing betConstipation Cured. ter for the stomach, liver or kidDr. King's New Life Pills "jvill ney's. Thousands say they owe relieve constipation promptly and their lives, to this wonderful home get your bowels in healthy condi- remedy. Mrs. O. Hhinevault. of tion again. John Supsic, of Vestal Center, N. Y., says ? "I Pa., says: "They are the Klectrie Bitteis as one of the best pills I ever used, and I advise greatest of gifts. I run never foreveryone to tihe them for constipa- get what it has done for nie." Get it bottle yourself and see what a tion, indigestion jtud liver difference it will make in your Will help you. Price 2oc. health. Only 50c and fcl 00. RecRecommended by all dealers. Ad. ommended by all de.ders. Adv. t, San-burre-gacom-plaint- Larison. Elder Paul Derthick, of Stanton, attended the meetingof Mrs. Boauehump at this place last Saturday night. Henry Blanton, of Indiana, accompanied by his two sous, and Everett Fraley, arrived here in a wugon last Sunday morning. Mrs. F. E. Beauchamp, state president of the W. C. T. U., made an address here last Saturday night und organized a local union of eleven members. H.F. Hillenmeyer&Sons Lexington, Ky. Write for Catalogue. When in Need of Builder's Hardware, Cabinet Mantles, Grates, Tiles, Best Medicine for Colds Wehn a druggist recommends a remedy for colds, throat and lung troubles, you can feel sure that he knows what he is talking about. V. Lower, Druggist, of Marion, writes of Dr. King's New "I know Dr. King's New Discovers is the best throat and lung medicine I sell. It cured my wife of a severe bronchial cold after all other remedies failed." It will do the same for you if you ure taull'cring with a cold or any bronchial, theoat or lung cough. Keep a bottle on hand all the time for everyone in the family to use. It is a home doctor. Price 50c und 81.00. Guaranteed by all dealers. O-hi- o, Dis-eover- Cooking or Heating Go to or Write Stoves, Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, Winchester, - Ky. Adv. We have had considerable cold wet weather the past week which has not been so favorable for the growth of some crops. How's This? Come to Our Store And let us show you we carry. 'what a nice line of goods Our stock of Dry Goods, Notion", 1 Groceries, Hardware, Clothing, Shoes an etc. replete with is Variety, Style and Quality. THIS CO.MIilNEl) WITH OUR We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. We.the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the last 15 yeurs und believe him perfectly honora ble in all buhiness teansuctions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by his firm. Walding, Kinnan & Marvin, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. Hull's Catarrh Curo h taken internally, acting directly upon the 'dood and mucous surfaces of the . free. Testimonials Price 75 cents per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. Take Hall's Family Pills for iv. constipation. HVst'-m- HARDWIflK & COMPANY, Spring and Summer GOODS. Our Spring and Summer Goods are now in and we want you to call and see them and get our prices. You should and want to know where volt can gel the lust 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 uP. But want to cull your attention to the following "Walk-Over" Low Prices Make it to your lin-'- s that we handle. inb'iot to give us a good share of be- your trade. We trive to pleii6e our customers we know nt u satisfied customers Hie our best upsets. the Lamp Oil that Saves Eyes Nothing Is mora Important In the borne than clear, steady llgbt. Insure this by Retting tha oil that burnt clear and clean without a flicker down to the last drop. Pennsylvania crude oil rellned to icrfectlon. Costs no more than the Inferior MONKY-sa- vei tanlcwagon oIU-m- tcs WOUK saves eyrs. Your dealer has 80LITB Oil, In barrtb direct from our works. Yours to please, I WALDRON & JOHNSON, Shoes for Men and "Queen Quality" Shoes for Women, in all the new things in tans, gun metals and patents in hotli low cum and regalar shoes, "Astor" Brand Hats for Men and Bovs, llar, SeludTner, and Marx and "Heart" brand Clothing foMen, "Mintor" Brand Clothing for Boys. We have them for both Men and Boys in the latest st.lcs in pi tin, i.Uo in the new and Hals popular Norfolk Mills. Women' trimmed und in panamas and other popular Myles. Men's panama hats, wool, silk and wash drss goods in all the new things, rain coals for all, neckwear, suit easis, trunks, carpets, umbrellas, etc., etc. - ready-to-wea- r Chas. C. Stoll Oil Co. Lexington, Ky. It tflnery at Warren, Pa. We sell the celebrated "foCarb" Auto OU. Waltersville, Ky. Hardwick & CoM Stanton. fj '.-mo- Coal oil stove, new process, Lru with cabinet isville, Ky., tht inselves may get only a few and oven complete, in perfect con CAPITAL STOOP, HI 00,000 There are several citi- dition, will sell very cheap, almo.'t l ounds. SURPLUS AND zens on the lookout, and we PROFiTS, 200,000 new. Call at the Times office. will some dynamiters Cow Peas for Sale. ll the patching" yet. Now Seed peas at market price 82 50. Will go higher later. P J. E. Burgher. ok Winchstkr, Ky. Mrs. Albert Easter continues be-he- ve t litetl in Red I'ivur this Sprinir tliau there lias been before for fvo years. So Tar not a single violator ha? been culled en to account for it. The writer if the duty of every good citizen along the stream to ai i t he officers in nost'cuting these i nscrupulous persons who thousands of lisdi that they es Too Much Dynamiting. for Dave! He will make Tlii'io lias been more lisli dyna- - good officer if elected. us Four-roo- For Sale Kid. P. 0. Derthick willpreacl atZuchariah Saturday night, Sun day and Sunday night. Bro. Der- Timothy Hay fiick is very much liked at this Clean and nice delivered any where' I WCHMOND, KY. place. (Jive us more in Clay City at Gil ets per bale. J A TralRinc men like this Brother. Cow pea hay at the auie price. J. HDU1HII School for Teachers God-fearin- cottage and three. lots in western portion of city. Apply to T. B. Bullard, Clay City, Ky. See us for your shoe w ants. Mrs J. W. Willlnm. YEARS OVER EXPERIENCE te g For Sale. E Burgher. IIMIJIIHU Intcmlfttean VII4 MDram. Sohoelt Lwmi J. ' TRADE MARKS Anrona aenillnir akrlrh anil derripnnn nmf aiiloklr aarcrlnlu oiirciHnlon rrco wnoiiipr an nalamabll dininiiinlr.t. Inrentinn I pmhuhlfit Iril. f lima ai rlel 9 rnliltilM HJUIOBUUa O" I'Meiilt cut fro. tfMett iicnrf foriurliu intciili i (.u. recaiT MclainotlM. without oliar. lutha Copvriouts Ac. DcaiaNS of Kvntockr. Lin HUM Rtr. l all rl.ll.i 8pwU Al ttorte.Mir BII tknl. Hi wmii IrUaUC Mt1Alu I mulia. Dm.tU HclmM. rir.lTtra btfloancp!I Term Juinarr fMlntm. Tw.rlUf1l4 ddr. OMfM TnlltoK Free l SckNtifk Jlmc! lent). 1117 ciilatluii of A handaomalf lltnatraled t rear tfoMtnon tin, l. rleiilius Imirtial. Sold IT wklr. Ttrnil, II n brail nawadealcrs. Tmt fir. O. CRABBK Hlocl OflciPfa Bt TVaablngSinflKSI Waltersville. Winchester Bank. i$ N.Hot.f,?- WlTRRItHPOON, PHKS. - tub HUSBAND RESCUED DESPAIRING WIFE After Fear Yean verlow at this writing. a Next Sunday is our regular Meeting day and large crowd out. iMrs. Farm Drain Tile 'we hope to see Make Your Wet Land Productive. J; W. li. Sl'UAH, O.VSIItBH. i, Fl VOUR ACCOUNTS SOLIOITKD ei Discevagkf D. D. Potts and Mrs. Ben By the use of drain tile you cat. low, wet, useless, swam Mastin spent the day with Mrs. turn that py field into the most productive Dillard Potts Monday. spot on your farm: (jood tile, The Sunday school at this place properly placed, not only carrien off surplus water, it admits air to the is progressing nicely with large soil nnd makes it easy to work. attendandc each Sunday. It improves any soil. The increace Mrs Sarah Adams visited her in the value of the land is many of the tile. Tne first time; brother, T. B. Ware, at Virdeu year's the cost crop from tiled land payg from Sunday untill Monday. for it. Any body can do the Write for particuMisses Lula Mastin and Bertha lars or cill at out plant. l'otts spent the day with Miss Minn e Belle Adams Sunday. Red River Brick & Tile Mis. John Walters, ot Black (Jreek, is visit. ng her sister-in-laMrs. J. W. Potts, this week. Ceadkieai. Mrs. Baleck Gsrt had gotten so weak 1 could not stand, and I gave up in despair. I At last, my husband got me menced a bottle of SHIPP'S QUICK- RELIEF LINIMENT. This Is the liniment the people are talking about. It is the most wonderful remedy for relieving nain I hnve eve used. Uant. Anderson Berry, Lexington, Ky. I used tli iii liniment and the on in and soreness disappeared like magic .laiier v . T. Ballenger, Jiexington, Ky. For relieving nches nnd nnins this liniment beats anything I ever saw. J. H. Let ton, Lexington, Ky. It is the only remedy I have found that hns given me any relief since I was pnralized four yeors ago Sirs. Susan i eioorn, ivewourg, liul. If it fails to relieve nnv n: in in nnv part of the body in fifteen minutes, ask for your money back. SOLD BY ALL T.KADIXG DItUGGlSTS. Up io Despair. Hukod Cardui, the woman's tonic, and I comI could taking it. From the very first dose, tell it was helping me. I can now 'walk two miles without its Catron, Ky. In an Interesting letter tiring me, and am doing all my work." If you are all run down from womanly from this place, Mrs. Bettie Bullock writes as follows : "I suffered for four troubles, don't give up in despair. Try years, with womanly troubles, and during Cardui, the woman's tonic. It has helped Cam to Rescae. Company, STANTON, KENTUCKY. this time, I could only sit up for a little more than a million women, in its 30 while, and could not walk anywhere at years of continuous success, and should all. At times, I would have severe pains surely help you, too. Your druggist has sold Cardui for years. He knows what in my leftside. The doctor was called in, and his treat- it will do. Ask him. He will recomment relieved me for a while, but I was mend it Begin taking Cardui today. Write to: Udlfs soon confined to my bed again. After Advisory Dept.. Cluttanooga Mtiklne Co., Special Chattanooia, Ttnn.. for book, wrappar. returned home Sunday after spending a few days with her sister, Mrs. S. A. Miss Cora Ourtis Kc8ter. Mr. and Mrs. Tilden turned home last week at Dayton, Ohio after visiting friends and relatives here several weeks. Tracy-- re liulructionl an your case anJM-pit- e that, nothing seemed to do mean good. Treatment far Women." sent la Uln Hooa ta Rosslyn. Christian church Sunday School atten lance 45, collection JWc. Eld. A. M. Lowe will preach (ilencariau Sunday at 11 a. in. cures drops In the A drinking water cures ?ud prevents cholera, diarrhoea and otherchlck diseases. One 60c bottle makes 12 gallons of medicine At all druggists. Sample and booklet on "Diseases of Fowls" sent FREU. Botwbon ff BOURBON POULTRY down a chick's throat capes, few- CURE RIGHj HERE IS YOUR GHANCE TO BUY THAT TYPEWRITER! r Rtmtdy Co. Udxgtn, I' at This is a Typewriter Talk by a Typewriter Man to the Readers of The Clay City Times. straight-'from-the-Shoulder There will be preaching at the Christian church Sunday and Sunday night by Elu. W. K. Ilunlin Elders W. K. Harding and A. M. Lowe had a glorious meeting at Zachariah lust Lord's day Extra crow d. D. W. Martin declares himself ;i candidate for SherifV. Hurrah I proiuKiy obtained in ull aoontrlea OR NO FCC, inrraziBHtl I'aiiTt-lt- lilt rent Iiauum-aanp8Mid hkrtrli. JimlW or rlmi.i. fc I REPORT ull (iltrl'lHhl.ltv. I.tl..t.tiinu4- I mil In cxcltulvrly. BANK htrcacNCES. nu in h.iiiim remis liT.tma!l lwolc T0 1?T" '""I SSI-- PATENTS, ?J.??Woura will Whlrii kt, llow to a partner! luteal Uw slid oiIht vJiiaMq tutonuidiorr. D. L303 Seventh St., SWIFT & CO. PATENT LAWYERS. Washington, D. C. BASKET DINNER. PROGRAM. Sunday School Convention to be held at Bowen, Powell County, Kentucky, June 5th and 6th, UWJ. . .':00 Devotional Rev. L: F. Mann, Clay City, Ky. :15 Minutes of the last Conventiou-Couu- ty Sec'y, Clarence Estes. 2 :20 Our Meeting Together G. A. Joplin, State Worker. :80 Keports of the various Sunday Schools. :i :00 Giving God our Best . Prof. Alter, Stanton College. EVENING. . 7:30 Missions in the Sunday School Miss Ethel Baker. 7 :5D Address . . State Sec'y, U. A. Joplin. No other typewilter built re- gardless of any claims miule is the equal of the new Fox Visible Typewriter either in material usea, or in workmanship, or in the number ai d convenience of its speeiul features. There are ninny goou typewriter being built and sold, but we t laini for the new Fox Visible Typewriter that it is belter limn the best of these, mid Unit its autiiintitie fentures cannot be found in nnv oth er tj J ewriter. The Now Fox i a lypewniertlmt will meet with the ipprovnl of the most nitieul user A single demonstration will con- nice you we will inakn it nt our expense, if you will ermit us. com-biiunl AVhetLer you have had the use of.a typewriter or not, you have paid for one many times nven.Tes sir. we mean it; everyday jr'ii continue tisin'lhe old, slow mulli-c- d of writing with a pen you- are unconsciously paying for a typewriter. The farmer who cuts his graii with a scythe pays with every drop of sweat for a reaper. If you nre neglectful of yourwrnr-iiiapparel and expose yourself unnecessarily to the rain mid colli you are paying for the very thing's that would have kept you well iimI comfortable, Ucineu'ibcr thisueil marl; it well : You must paypay for the necessities of tlnV life, whether yuu Use them oriiot. K --- THUS IS "BElTIiR THE THAN THE BUST NEW OF ALL OTHERS." VISIBLE FOX SENT ON FREE TRIAL, Express 4 Look at the illustration of our New Vux Visible Typewriter, shown 'above, and conirare it with nnv other tvnc writ- r jou lntvti everseeil or used. Here is h really VLSIlil.10 tyiiewriter note tlpit the printing point Is on top' in plain igut, mill Hint the tyie liars rise from where they are lying and strike the platen in full, view of the operator, and in a direct line of vision, mid thut nil of what you have written remains in full sight until tin paper is removed from tho typewriter. Compiire this with those old style typewriters, that some llrms are still advertising as visilijes. but on MORNING. vhii'h the printing point is beneath the typcliurs, and you have to look down into them or U'tween them to see what lu:0() revolional Rev. J. 0. Hanley. you have written. Touch a key in llie keyboard and y tin change the color of jour writing instantly from black, blue r purple to red. Press the Tabulator Key at the left (in front) for purngrnphing. writing the complimentary closing, HClfi Parents' Responsibility . Rev. P. O. Derthick. He. ; also for nil kliuU of billing. At the right (in front) is our Ihick Space Key . This iuove the carriage Ine'kwnrd for 1 unking corrections, oi putting in piiiictiijilion. ThN key alio enables the operator lo erase, a word of three letters mid :H0 Why Should the Mountain Youth take AdStencil shown nt the left (front) vantage of a 1! his Opportunities A. T. Stewart. vrlle one of four in its iuce. lcI'ies theI'Vur rowsKey keys reduce the shifting t for iraking stencils from which Unhands of duplicate letleis can, made. ol Tie right Bhilt key h cfcs o: ir The Organized Sunday School and Ollermg Sec'y Joplin. utointilically for wiiung in all iaps. A posiihe iiuii n.Blic Line Luck prewi is yen fruii writing beyond a prrtlcter-oiiic- d line. line not st might J I :(I0 from spool to spool us on others thus using all The Educational Value of Sunday School Mi68 Mina Knox. f the rihUiu The ribbon truvels in a "zig-x-ig- " and making it last ihree or four limes as long as on oilier iy owriters. The ribbon automatically rewind .1 The Workers' and tho Teachers' Meeting Mrs. J. 0. Hanley Iself from i ne ool lo the nlliri w ill. out coy ntirntlun from the oi crainr. I'arriiigesare intc rchnngcnble, nnd run on :lf lull hearing Inn I s. 1'lnlens are miiowil.lr. so I lint I i.th a hard nrd Ti fl plulcn tan U nnd on the same typewriter. NOON. Cvtn uiely II. hi unu h, " No railing leul i lighter thuii the touch of the l i Typewriter," ( hoi' e of Klite, Vl u, l.'nnuiu, iMit'iiiui omiin, r Halle m mm ll i ci in I ty I :M0 Devotion Rev. 0. B. Mann. uiiiitifiictiiii, ami can furnish keybonrdslor uuy Imigimge, n it- II mi thru ensy, usund sj noisclets pe in stii k, of eur own 'I litis an almost action, is vt ry diirnbh. :45 Oonl eronco on Stundard Points Sec'y Joplin. an I N sent complete witli cleaning onilii and metal cinei- - vvilh hanlwocil base. ,. This Is the Fox, the typewriter we manufacture this 'n the I) rew liter that we will send to anyone anywhere in the Election of Officers. Milled SMcsoii Free Trial, all expres ehmges fully paid no "ml tBe"nodehiy no obligalioii tobtiy. If purchased liiSIO The Temperanco Flag Sec'y Joplin. ifter Hlal you can pay a little down ivh.itcvcr you can spare and the lialaucu in small monthly payments. ' ii :ir How to Increase the Sunday School Jteader. in all sincerity we can honestly say this pinslilon U: never Iteen etpeilcd by any oljier ly i ewriter c in" Membership General Discussion. .wny, and all we ask ilhul you write u touay NllW giving u your name and nddre so we tan send you our ciitn . :00 A. Closing Message . !. Sec'y G. A. Joplin. tig r.nd write you perseually aUail our I. pi n lit. rand Free Trial oiler. '1i Con-lens- cd - In-F- 1 ' iMniifi on the Ground. A. T. STEWART, Presidentr (y'LAKENCE ESTES, Secretary. Fox Typewriter Co., Manufacturers, ?KL7fforA,uS. Local Representative Clay City Times, for Clay Cily and vicinity.