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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): June 5, 1913 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1913 cla1913060501_sn86069657 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): June 5, 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. 1 LA : Y ; CITY TIMES. C 81.00 a Year in Advance. V are here to belp Clay Citjjlhe SarroanJing Country anl Ourselves. .!. R. lJurgher, Publisher. VOL XVIII. - New Local CLAY CITY, K F. THURSDAY , JUNE 5. lOls! Firm. . NO. -- . . The indict ttietit against Henry Watson, kii attorney and real estate agent .of, this city was dismissed nt thA'Criminul Court At Louisville Thursday ah the motion of Commonwealth Attorney I. M Huiraker, who said he did - Dr. Martin and Gran Hack- - for a new patent churn that stir passes any other we have yet seen for both efficiency and sim plieity. They will soon be ready to put this indispensable article on the market at a very popular price. They have bought rights for Powell, Estill, Montgomery not believe 0. conviction possible. The pre6ecuting witness was .Mrs. Bet tie Hon Kilox, who had alleged that Watson failed to tiiru over to her $2,500; part of the money said to havokbeen involv-e- d in u real estate.deal he arranged for her. The proceedings were instituted at the' instance if Mrs. Knox, who was represented by Aaron Kolin and Jas. .1?. Edwards, who concurred in Mr. HuiTuker's motion. The fact that the hidictment was dismissed by the Commonwealth Attorney, whose motion was concurred in by the attor-ney- e for the prosecuting witness shows there was very little in the charge against Mr. Watson. i, and Clark counties by. According to figures compiled the State Department of Edu- - The court house at Campton was burned before daylight last Thursday morning. The fire was ofjuceudiary origin. Loss, 17,000 with insurance for $($,000 on the round by Walter's Ferry building. briJge and u'sifally is stopped. The writer 'Svas reared in this T. J. Ponder, of Bowen, lie section of county and publican candidate for SheiH'of knows what ja bridge at the Powell county, is in the city to point above mentioned would be day in the interest of his candi worth to thesfe'' people, and to the dacy. residents of Clark county as well. .1 We hope to. .see this bridge built BENEFIT ENTERTAINMENT Boys and Olris of Highland Home at an early drjfe. and are willing Irving Hall Orounds to aid the prospecl in any way Friday Evening, Jiiae 6th, 7:45 p. m. we can. GENERAL ADfllSSION, IOc.. Another tfridze Aeitated The continued fullness of Red River, which? cuts travel between SpoutASpring and Winchester, has' 'caused the revival of talk for a b'Hdge at the mouth of Lulbegrud creek, between Estill and Clark counties. This bridge would, be of great con- venience to'tlie people of that part of Estilfcounty and of mo mentous value to Winchester and Clark county. A large trade is always going over this route to the ClarK. county capital when the river is down, but when it is up this'travel must come There were quite a manlier of people here on County Court day, Hen Ilatton was calling on friends most of tli6in on businefp. Among in Heidelberg over Sunday. e, theui were Judge Gourley, of . Beat-tyvill- STANTON NEWS. Mr. Wm. Scott was visiting in Sterling over this past Sunday, Mt., th. m PROGRAM. Boy oatiqn,the school census for jDJU Song and Girls. J. D. TiptdAVof Stanton, is in tfu city .toda$ will be over 10,000 less than that Reading: "Fourteen Hundred, Ninety. of last year. The estimate, is a. Two 'Nannie Sparks. b.tsed-oreports received from Gdck Robin Drill Lktle Oner. thirty.-fou- r Figures Snng: oUy Boyj1 Th,e Boy. counties. Mi Baldwin. for Powell county are not avail- Reading: 'Little Eil able at this time. .V . - Wand Dfiil Boys nd'GinVv Song' Little GiriY Mr. Geo. Mobrej Superintend SobsT'DoI Reading: Paty-ka- te DougUs Wigi will kive a lecture for the bene- Scirf ' Drill Nine Gkk. lit of the order at the Christian Song Boy and Gids. hurch Clav City, Kv., June 10th. Reading: "Tom Comes - SPOUT SPRING. Bill Barnes "has bought the Berry Barnet .place here and will move to 8a&tv, when he gets pos session this mi. There wilhbe.preachfng'at Sa lem ohurch'uhdav mornina at to attend this service. invited. sion. J018at7:80 p. m..Every bqdy No charge, for admis- on the Floss"-G- eo. Home,1 Eliot "Mill Miss Song Baldwin. Children. A nice looking yiiung man was arrested at Mt. Sterling Tuesday who could not give Ifis name, age or address, having lo8t,al memory , In addition to the above program there will be Mnietic stunU by Mr. J. fc. Hinet and Indian Club (winging by Miu Baldwin. " Should the night be a rainy one. tickets will ,be good for the next evening. The Union' Sunday School at the school house was reorganized Sunday with Lloyd Todd as Su perintendent and Dock Bush, Secretary. The school will meet in the afternoon of each Sunday. Kimbrell. ly Some of William Clem's fami have measles. has been We Handle the Bet And yet the Cheapest.- Not altogether because Hie BEST is alwnjslhe cheapest but also because in some instances we are selling the BEST ipiality Mr YoU uiotfey than our competitors are selling an inferior like article. -- Mrs. D. N. Larison sick the past week. ." , Marlin Curtis is visiting his brother at Winchester this week. The W. C. T. U. will meet at Kinibrell's Chapel next Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Joseph Tuttle lifts lost three 11 horses the .past few days with some unknown disease. is Nelson Witt is a candidate for Justice of the' Peace and L. O. 8 King' fur Constable so it is ru mored. 13 We Imve just retaived a new consignment of LIBERTY BRAND HATS .wJiich are the BEST, and when you learn our price 011 them you will say they are also the Rev. L. F."Mann preached at Jackson's Chapel Sunday morning and at Kimbrell. in the after noon delivering two helpful sermons. CHEAPEST. Let a show yoirthese goods and supply yyu'with a hat that cambinVs both wear and style. 11 Judge Hugh Riddell drove o- ver to Clay City last Sunday afternoon. We hope ho did not fail to notice the road between Sa ins and Spout Spring which is the worst ever. Mrs. Claude Crow died at thoj home of her mother, Mrs, Curt Richardson, last Saturday morn ing and was buried at the Poor burialgrouud last Sunday afternoon. We sympathize with her hujhaud, ninther, brothers and sister in tieir loss of their loved one and hope that Clod may brighten their lives and drive their sorrows." ay LOWE & CROWE, IBERTrSKClAL HATS ROSSLYN MERCHANTS. Near theJ)epoi. LIBERTY HATS SKOAL' In the Count examination held, besides the teachers at. the college who received first clasq Judge John Hardwick attended the Republican meeting held at certifiicates were: Richard Crowe, Ethel Baker and Mamie Derickson. Torrent Saturdny. Their grades were high well deservN. S. McDonald, of Boen, vis- ed. There were six second class, ited his daughter, Mrs. Mary At- opo third and nine failures kinson, on Monday. Mrs. Bettie Hardwick, Romulus Miss Mabel Ewen, who lias been Jackson, A. T. Stewart, Mr. aad teaching at London, Ky., has re- Mrs. J. C. Hanley, Emmet Altar, turned home for the summer. Misses Lillie and Maud Boone, Nancy Ewen, and perhaps others will Mr. Lee Jackson, of Louisville, has been visiting hiB grandmother, attend the Powell County Sunday School Convention at Bowen ThursMrs. Mary Jackson, this week. day and Friday of this week. Ross Hall and family are enjoyDr. I. V. Johnson lost a very ing their new automobile and so are valuable horse one day last week. we while the roads are not dusty. He had been busy waiting on the Richard Hardwick has returned sick on that cold, rainy day and home after a few days spent at the the horse became chilled and d;ed home of his sister near Mt. Sterling. from colic and acute indigestion. Mrs. Fred BUckburn's mother a veterinary from Winchester was returned to her home near Win- summoned but could give it only chester Tuesday after several days temporary relief. visit. The home of Dan Milton was Mr.- Vance Crawford was tuken struck by lightning during the se with cramps while at work Tuesday vere storm Sunday night and tore and at this, writing is suffering ter- the house up so that they had to ribly. move out. The bolt knocked all Jtinrdwjek, was visitirW in the familvto the floor where they Ilattie were insensible for some time but it aidinofi'imufay? b1ta:tffect oa home with her sister, Mrs. M'oilie any of them. Mrs. Lillie Jona-qui- n Crawford. and Miss Myrtle Milton, of Mr. Charlie Jackson his returned Winchester.were snmmrned home but returned Tuesday. from a trip through the Blue 3ra?B Revival meeting will commenco and reports photography business at the Christian church the fourth as doing fine. Sunday in June. Let us hope that Children's Day will be held at this meeting will revive some of the Christian Church this coming the members already in the church Sunday. A splendid program has more than to fill the" church recbeen prepared. ords with a long list of names. A Rob Stone has shown us what half a dozen good live working the cemetery could look like if ev- members are better than a church full of drones who lay back in the ery body would do as ho has done harness. It might be a good thing the past week. for the preacher to open up the back boor of the church and ask a Miss Martha Payne, of French-burlot to step out of the church. They College, waB here a few days never were nor never will be any visiting mi especinl and other account to the church. friends in town. The Social given by the Boys Alex Ilatton and family have Club a few days ago was not well moved to Bowen where he will tenr1 attended by the town people and land on shares. His sick girl 'e they barely made expences. We ought to help our boys out in every left at John Hatton'tt way we can. The Club is very de County Attorney M. A. Phillips serving and needs the patronage of ok- was around Bowen Tuesday, our townspeople. Too often do we ! C"S me ing auer .1 - rouus unu 111 nje in- neglect in providing for the social terest of a bridge near there?M$; life of our boys anil then when they Dr J. E Lemming decorated seek baser forms of amusement, we the grave of his wife at Lexington wonder why so many of them go on Memorial day and then !ejt for wrong. Hignt Kinu ot amusements in the home and in the club are fine Cincinnati for a few days' visit people Miss Mnliuda Ilatton has been for our boys, and we older very sick with measles and was ta- ought to encourage them when they ken to the hospital Tuesday to have are trying to raise money for a woran operation for a tumor in the thy cause. etomncli. The storm of Sunday evening and Mies Mina Knox, who has been night will long be remembered by attending a training college in New many people. Seldom have we York City, has returneu nome anu such display of lightning and down was a teeent visitor to her many pour of rain. Many trees were up rooted and gaiuens were ruined in friends in Stantou, some sections by the hail that fell. Quite a crowd from near by towns Mrs. Mapels, of Hatcher Creek lost came to Stanton on Decoration day about forty chickens as well as u and strewed flowers on great many other peolpe. At North of their loved ones. We hope they liend some or the people who were will return soon and beautify the caught in the storm while attendsame by a little work. ing services were compelled to stay all night in the church house and Lemon Richardson, the son of Willie Uichardson the near by homes were crowded and wiff, of Morris Creek,' was ta- with those who could not get home. ken to the hospital at Lexington to It was a dilllcult time for the bo operated on for appeendicitis. preachers as the storm was in iU The Doctor thinks that lie will come fury about the time they wero through all right. speaking. m round again. g 1 1 PatRy Abner, who has been very s'ck with meacdes is able to be a- - Banford White, of Irvine, Clms. Spencer, of Winchester, nid Mr. Bush, of Torrent. therms seven-year-ol- d iel, in favor of our old teacher, and friend, Judge possessoe every requiswho ite of u legal jurist, moral and I'UULISIIKP KVEUV THURSDAY. Christian gentleman, the like of Subscription rates 81 a year or three whom only should be elevated to any ollice of trust. years in advance 82. THE TIMES. life-lon- g Kid-del- l, J E. liurgher, Publisher. Kntered as second-clas- s mail matter. Thursday, June 5, li)i;i. CLUB RATKS. For the convenience of our subscribers, we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned: The Times and Courier-Journ- al Another Republican candidate announces for ollice in the Times this week. Mr. Jas. G. Ilogers, of this city, comes out for Sherifl' in the Republican primary, August 2nd. He also announces that his Deputy will be J. J. Keed, of Genet, if he is elected. Mr. Rogers is very popular with the- - members of his partv, and many Democrats as well, there- We Totts 11s candidate for County Judge of I'owell county, subject to the action of Large quantities of booze are his neighbors give him, he is a the Democratic primary election in Aualleged to be lining from stations man well fitted for the place, and gust. $1.00 fore, possibly, he would be as 1. 10 strong a candidate as his party Cincinnati Enquirer 90 could put up against the DemoLouisville Herald Home and Farm 75 cratic nominee. Jim is our friend Inland Farmer 1.00 and we only regret that he is 011 10 American Farmer Southern Agriculturist 75 the wrong side of the house which prevents our lending him u large measure of aid. He is not likely ANNOUNCEMENTS. to have opposition in the primary For County Judge. for the Republican nomination. are authorized to announce D. D. There is a movement among the Woman's Suffrage lenders of Kentucky to form bands of women to walk over the State in tramps to excite interest in their cause. This is to be planned after the campaign in New York last winter. A few such raids as this will demonstrate the tumor thiness of the trnmpcrs. The Tunes believe in women having the right to vote on nil questions in which their moral and financial rights nre trampled, as in the whiskey traffic, but on all questions they dp not naturally interest themselves, then why should a bad feeling for the opposite sex be nroused, and too for something they care nothing for. Mr. Geo. M. Rogers, of Xena, candidate for Assessor, was in the city yesterday morning mingling with the Democratic voters in this section. Mr. Rogers is a son of Dr. Rogers and a brother to J. B. Rogers. We ly acquainted are-no- need of a laxative more than young folks, but it must be safe nnd harmless and r.ne which will not enus pain. Dr. King's New Life Tills are especially good for the aged, for tl.ey act promptly and easily. Recommended by all Price 25c. dealers. Adv. To Whom it May Concern: This is notify all claimants the estate of J. T. Berry, deceased, to file claims in legal form with me on or before June 6th. 1013, or otherwise they will be barred. J. C. Evernian, . Flour! Flour! Flour! 1 Car load of U. R. M. Flour will! arrive this week. In 500 lb. lots, $2.75 per owt. Come, boys, and get your share. This flour is a fine patent flour. Administrator, (Address) West Bend, Ky May 5th, 1013. Lowe & Crowe, ROSSLYN MERCHANTS. Let Us Show You Some of Our New GOODS. Some Beautiful New t intimate- with young Mr. Rogers, but from the reputation are authorized to announce D. at Clay City, Shawanee, and Vir Daniel as candidate fur County den, transported by personal carJudge of Powell county, subject to the riage of unscrupulous persons, action of the Democratic primary election in August. who eveidently have built up a We are authorized to announce W. good business over in Estill counT. Adams as candidate forCounty.Tudge ty along the construction works of Powell county, subject to the action of the Democratic primary election in of the new L. & N. Railroad August. from Winchester to Irvine. We arc authorized to announce J. S. They come by way of the L. & E. Jiwen as candidate for County Judge of Railway to escape possible deI'owell county, subject to the action of the Democratic primary election in Au- tection by the Irvine authorities gust. should the liquor come around For County Attorney. that way. The liquor is supposWe are authorized to announce M. ed to come from Winchester nnd AtA. Phillips as candidate for County torney of Powell county, subject to the Lexington saloons, and is certainaction of the Democratic primary elecly in abundance if all the reports tion in August. We U. For County Court Clerk. will make a good race. Demo crats of the county should give due considerations to his candidacy. See his announcement in this issue of the Times. ReadytoWear Suits that are bound to please. Our line of It is a difficult proposition to get some one to prosecute sopie one else for violating the law as they themselves have violated it This is what is frequently ex pected of officers nnd jurors and this is why the lnw is not often enforced when it would be with different men in office and differ ent men serving as jurors. Mr .J. S. Ewen, of Stanton, an nnunces in this issue of the Times for County Judge jw cratic primary. Mr., Ewen is one of the County'H8ubstantia! farm ers and financiers, and well fit ted for the office to which he as pires. He has a large support and will be in the lead fo t lie fight, nnd the one who defeats him, if he is defeated at all, will know that he has been in the race. the-Dem- Lawns, Percales, and other Dress Goods should be seen to be appreciated. Come in and let us "fit you up ready for the summer weather with goods that are both stylish of Schools in I'owell county These olllces will each pay more the next- terms than formerly, as the law provides tin increase of For Assessor. salary for both. There should be this fall. Wo are authorized to announce S. A. several aspirants for each ollice Kuster as candidate for Assessor of We believe tho free state pri- under the more favorable condiPowell counts, subject to the action of the Democratic primary election in mary will prove defective in tions of the future. August. more than one way. Still it is a To its honor there is not a sufWe are authorized to announce Geo. good law. Ono defect we .M. Rogers as candidate for Assessor of fragette in I'owell county. Powell county, subject to the action of is that at least the minithe Democrat ie primary election In mum of petitioners shonltl be Best Laxative for the Aged August. what the maximum now is. Old men and women feel the For Jailer. oL-ser- be true. Here is work for both We are authorized to announce J. P. the Powell and Estill authorities Crabtrce us candidate for County Court to perform. . Clerk of Powell county, subject to the action of the Democratic primary tiim in August. Mr. I. S. Boone, of Stanton, Wo are authorized to announce I. S. will make the race for County Boone as candidate for County Court Court Clerk. Mr. Boone is a Clerk of Powell county, subject to the action of the Democratic primary elec- thorough Democrat, tion in August. for the place, being a sober l or Sheriff. man and attentive to all business We are authorized to announce D. W. entrusted to his cure. He has Martin as candidate for Sheriff of Powell county, subject to the action of the had considerable experience in Democratic primary election in August. tho Clerk's office, having served We are authorized to announce II. as Deputy Clerk under his fathT. Derickson as candidate for Sheriff of Powell county, subject to the ac- er when he was clerk of the court tion of the Democratic primary elec- several years ago. He has since tion in August. done considerable work in the We are authorized toannounco J. Q. Clerk's office, which will enable iCogers as candidate for Sheriff of Powell comity, with J. J. Kced us Deputy, him to be prepared at. once to subject to the action of the Republi- take charge of the office in a busincan primary election in August. ess-like way, should he be well-qualifie- and cool. We have our usual large certainly please you. full store and can d SHIMFESSEL'S. Did it Ever Occur to You That an account with a Clean, Strong Progressive Bank I gave you a considerable prestige in the business world? Accounts of all sizes welcomed There, so far, are no Democratic candidates for either Jailor or Superintendent by the Clay City National Bank, J Wo aro authorized to announce Jesse Crow as candidate for Jailer of Powell" county, subject to the action of the Ite publican primary election in August CLAY CITY, KENTUCKY. Judge Hugh Riddell, of Irvine, is ii have opposition in the Democratic primary of the 251rd Judi-cia- l district in the person of the Hon. J. Mott McDaniel, of w l.o came out in a card last w eek to the voters of that district. Mr. McDaniel is a fine man and ono of the best Democrats we ever saw. He has made several speeches in Clay City during past Ho.it-tyville, A New Way We have in Merchandising. of merchants tluroughout associated ourselves with thousand' the United States, for the purpose of giving the people an opportunity of buying their goods direel from thousands of facloties; and can furnish HftPP! USE A1V1 U rh MILLS FJL.O U ANUNEXPECTEDGUEST for luncheon or 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 dinner wllleijiy Campaigns which litis occasioned the people of our city to concur in entitling him the "Silver-TongueOrator of tho Mountains." We regret the conflict between Mr. McDaniel and Judge Riddell ns w o ordinarily would bo anxious to support each one, but in this instance we must refrain from giving aid to our most highly cstct i.'.cd friend, Mr. McDun- d 700 page which will explain everything and save yourselves money. the delightful trial of lnnne Hindi hrend that ie made from tl.e I Vail Hour. The loHves made fruin thi. Itiflh grade flour nre tine, IIkM. white-miof tempting flavor nnd a patMyj' iiig liicheon nil be nude on '.he bread (with nweel butter that is made friimlhe Pcnrl tlour Mrs. J. W. Williams. Made by J. ANDREW CAIN, Versailles, 8 THE A H0ME-MAD- K TIMES. PAPKIi. THURSDAY, June fi, 1 UI3 LOCAL BREVITIES. 'ready-to-wea- Knowlton, this county. She was This school has turned out hun- - NO AGENTS FREE CATALOO wns in tlie;city Saturday. dreds of men and women who 1)8 years old, one of the oldest W. V. Ilemlrix returned to hi aresuccesscs. Itwillmake Felix McHuire, of St. Helens, Aork at Winchester Monday af women in this section of the H. F. Hillenmeyer&Sons a success of you. v is visiting his son, W. T. Me- - ter a few days stay with his par State, and is survived by three Lexington, Ky. Iti i re. outs, Mr. and Mrs. John Hen sons, Preston Johnson, of KnowlWrite for Catalogue. Mr. llendrix has just re ton, Marion Johnson, of Mrs. George Hiittun, of Mnn-- 1 drix. Ind., and Win. John-son- , covered trom an operation per diester, is spending a few days formed at. a Lexington hospita of tin's city. Funeral servwith hetv sister, Mrs. T. G. ices were held at Mt. Canon, Satabout two weeks ago. White. urday afternoon at 2 :;i0, and buJudge Allie Young, ot the Mf rial in the nearby cemetery. C. Shimfessel hus a nice line of Sterling district, has been oiler "Aunt" Betsy leaves a host of r huts which lit of in sel ed a salary of $12,000 per year as friends to mourn her loss. ling-ti- t popular prices. attorney for the J. C. 0. May Guaranteed Eczema Remedy J. Ii. Maddox, of Olive Hill, is coal interest, and it is said lie is The constant itching, burning, in tl.e city interested in the considering the project seriously of a Camp of- the and may sesign the Circu redness, ra.h and disagreeable efWoodmen of the World. Judgeship to accept this position fects of eczema, tetter, salt rheum, itch piles and irritating skin erupJoe Cannon, who willful? reAs usual, Decoration Day tions can be readily cured and the Mantles, Tiles, membered as one of the Kentucky which was b riday of last week skin made clear anil smooth with Wesleyan College team of young was very fittingly observed in this Dr. Hobson's Eczema Ointment. men who visited Clay City both city, as it was in other parts of Mr. J.C. Eveland, of Bath, 111., this Spring and last, has been tlie county. JHany persons came mys : "I had eczema twenty-fivted. as Principal of the Irvine from out of town to decorute years and had tried everything. city schools. while many ot our people went 1I failed. When I found Dr. Hob- to other towns to do honor to son's Eczema Ointment I found a The heavy rains Sunday night to or t,eir dead cure." This ointment is the forpur uie river up baiiK-tul- l mula of a physician and has been Most Children Have Worms many of the low botMany mothers think their chil in use for years not an experitoms. Crops therefore are lightly damaged by the overllow, and dren are buffering from indigestion ment. Thut is why we can guar still more on account of the wet' headache, nervousness, weakness antee it. All druegists, or by mail. condition of the ground prevent- costiveness, when they urc victims Price 50c. Pfeiffer Chemical Co., of that most common of all chil Philadelphia and St. Louis. Adv. ing com being worked irs Cor. and Broadway, dren's ailments worms. Peevish be. NOTICE. fretful chiluVn, who Ulcers and Skin Troubles Sealed proposals will be received riud their teeth, with toss and If you are suffering with any bud breath and colicky pains, have by the Board of Education of Pow old, running or fever sores, ulcers, all the symptoms of having worms ell Countv for the erection of four boiU, eczema or other skin troub- - a rH clwilt houses in ii.ti- n tst new school Ku frifutt -w No. 9. educational division No. 1. lb- Salve und you will get relief promt enge, which expels worms, regu known as the Morris Creek school, ly. Mrs. Bruce Jones, of BirmingNo. 3, educational di lates the bowels, tones up the sysham, Ala., suffered from an ugly vision No. 2, known as Upper tem, and makes children well and ulecr for nine months and Buck-len'- s happy, Kickapoo Woim Killer is Hardwick's Creek school, Arnica Salve cured her in tnct No. 10, educational division bv two weeks. Will help you. Only guaranteed. All druggists, or In- No. 4 (North Fork). Price 2oc. Kickapoo mail. "25c. Recommended by all dealers. dian' Medicine Co., Philadelphia Proposals should be addressed to Adv. una bt. JiOiuo. Mrs. Kate S. Bohannan, Supeiin tendo it of schools, and should be delivered to her oflice not later ties m than Thursday, Jane 10th, 1!)13 Contracts to be let to the lowest .... t Dinner, i ne liouru re uiiu iiesr. 11 f serving the right to reject any and M- all bids. Plans and specification lor the above houses may be seen at the oflice of the County Super And let U3 show you what a nice line of goods j intendent. we carry. Our stock of Dry Goods, Notions, j By order of the County Board of Education. P$ Groceries, Hardware, Clothing, Shoes anJ etc. is Kate S. Bohannan, Chairman. replete with Craw-fordsville, W. E. Hell in, of Clark enmity, Mrs. 0. 0. Eaton, who has been in very poor health for some time and who has been much worse the past few weeks, was taken Monday to a hospital at hexing ton. The Ladies' Aid lienelit Kceir al at the Christian church Tucs duv uidit was liberally attendee and the exercises very entertain iug. The program was cllicieut ly carried out in every particular The children of the Orphanage The recent, titles have brought enough down the river to will give an entertainment at the run Brodhead-Garrett'saw mill Home Friday night in the open for five or six months. Und not lawn. these tides come just when they did, the saw mill would have done riilllkan Business School, LEXINUTON, KY. been sawed out and closed down. logs s Trees! Trees! Trees! Fruit and Ornamental Strawberries, Shrubs, Hedging, As paragus, Rhubarb, drapes, Ros- - . es, Peonies, Phlox, etc. Everything (or Orchard, Lawn andUarden. Passes Away at 98. Mrs. Betsy Johnson, widow of BOOKKEEPINQ, SHORTHAND, Crate Johnson, died at the homo of her son, Preston Johnson, of TYPEWRITING. When Need m - Builder's Hardware, Cabinet Grates, se-l- ei e Cooking or Heating Stoves, Go Write undo-verllowin- g Grubbs & Benton, Main -- Winchester, - Ky. 111 LT sub-distric- t sub-distri- sub-di- s HAEDWIflK & COMPANY. Come to Our Store S 1 . 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 want to know where you can get the best selections and We nie 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 lien- - mention Variety, Style and Quality. THIS COMBINED WITH OUIt $100 Reward, $100. The readers of this paper will be ptea-e- -i to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that sci enee lias een able to cure in all ilsstag'.s, and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only the most for your money or prodtioe. Low Prices Mako f Xcrhnr interest to give us a good share of We strive to please our customers your trade. we know satisfied customers are our best a?Eets. Yours to please, WALDRON . & positive care now known to the medical fraternity. Cutairh being constitutional treatment. Hull's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system, thereby destroying the foundation of the disease, und giving the pa- ent strength by building up the constitution und assisting nature in doing its work. The proprietors lave so much fuith in its curative towers that they offer One Hun dred Dullurs for any cuse that it ails to cure. Send for list of test!- iiioniule, Si Co,, Toledo, 0. Sold by all Druggists, ?50, Take Hall's Family Pi8 for con- ' tiputionr Dr. Mllea' .Vull-l'al- call your attention to the following "Walk-Ov.-r" al. But want to lins that we handle. W'o-men, JOHNSON, Shoes fur Men and "Queen Quality" Shoes for in all the new things in tans, gun metals and patents in both low cuts and regular shoes, "Astor" Hrand Huts for Men and Hoys, Hart, SehnlTiier, and Marx and 'Heart" brand Clothing fur Men, ''Mintor" Urand Clothing for Hoys. We have them for both Men and Hoys in the lutest st)les in plain, i.Im in the new and popular Norfolk suits. Women's trimmed uid Hats in puuumas und other popular st) les. Men's panama hats, wool, : silk und wash dress goods in all the new things, rain coats fur ull, neckwear, suit casts, trunks, carpets, umbrellas, etc., etc, re:uly-to-wa- r Address F. J. Cheney Waltersville, Ky. Hardwick & Co., Stanton. j n rill, for all jxiln. There Is n new contagious disence spreading over Kentucky and kill 1 lie Horn, to Mr. ami Mrs Collie ing a. great number of horses. diagnose it as catarrhAlexander Tiii'sduy the H, n girl. veterinarians They are sindmg out al fever. Miss Ethel Walters, of warnings to all live stock owners is visiting her jtrntid not to expose their horses if it can Mr. and Mrs. A. Easter. he helped. They are also advising nil lwirsPH Ml C'XMISed Of llfTeCt- is visiting tlint. Miss Bessie Walters ed should Immediately be inoclnt- her sister, .Mrs. J. W. Potts, this ed with influence antitoxin, in week, who is very sick at this many seetions horses are' dying like hogs with the cho'era. writinc Mrs. Oliir Eaton, who has been For Sale. sick for some time was taken to Coal oil stove, new process, LouMonday Lexington hospital with cabinet isville, Ky., Morning. and oven complete, in perfect conMisses Clara and Maud dem- dition, will sell very cheap, almost Sullie Baker new. Call at the Times office. ons, Sallie Todd-anspent the day with Mrs. John . Cow Peas for Sale. Adams Sunday. Seed.peas at'roarket price. Now Mr. and Mrs S. A. E ster have 82 50. Will go higher later. J. E.' Burgher. gone to Hardwick's creek to reside. Wo wish them great sue ce6S in their new home. WaltcVsvillct For Sale Four-roo- cottngo and three lots Soi ux for your shoe wnntn. Mrs J. W. Williams OVER 8B YEARS' EXPERIENCE Apply in western portion of city. Citv, Ky. to T. H. Ballurd. ciy High-bridg- e, par-i'nt- s, Timothy Hay Clean and nice delivered any where. :., pi.iv r.Uv nt. Rn eta ner bale. Ill Cow pea hay E. Burgher. m, mm I uSEm I at the'same price. J. VJ! fJI Dill n. 1 RICHMOND, KY. W A Training III J School for Teachers CopvniQHTS Ac. : ; PBJUiJLKUn W. ..... J .Ohm. Im4I( I U BtmnWf, Vl mIM I'mr I. (fi.icftt ageiicr foriecuniWPHirmi. nf ij mwwwwwM.mm WJ. f.i IS 5j li.l lr CNfW. TaltlaaPrMUAp- UwMMl Ud.Hl talMlat. CAPITAL. STOCK, 8100.000 SOSPLUSANDtN- - DIVIDED PROFITS. 200,000 flnteim MUri I Co'HfiW York Scientific wit noub caania. p w Winchester Bank, h dpi wmuiiBTi-juii-i , WlTHKIlSl-OON- the ywww N.IIOU.V PHRH. 5 54 w. n. spbaii, I r CABmnn. Virden. Farm Drain Tile Make Your Wet Land Productive. VOUR ACCOUNTS SOLICITED S J want to ten you ceived from the use of Thedford's x I Saved Girl's Life ..... wnar-wonuen- .. I ..! I Black-Draugh- t," i.ucacm. I nave M -. i writes i'i VI i'i ya ot; murit T. B. Ware attended court at By the use of drain, tile you ear. SHIPP'S QUICK- Stantou Monday'. turn t.Vinf Inw. wet. USelfSB. SWnHl RELIEF LINIMENT. productive Lucy Combs visited Mrs. py field into the most Good tile, This Is the liniment the people are Mrs. farm. talklngvatout. C. 0. Curtis Saturday. nrnniiriK iildopH. , not oiilv carries off i"" It is the most wonderful remedy for 0 C.Curtis made a business surplus water, itoroiwwri.iu- relieving pain I nava eo.' usca. nn. ur.il nnn initxtf il rnoi w ..... Anderson Berry, Lexington, Ky. trip to Clay City Tuesday. - Mills-Ky- . Mrs. Sylvanla Woods, for la grippe, bad colds, "It certainly ,,has. no, jeqjial Mivr and stomach troubles. I firmly believe saved my little girl's life. When she had the measles, they went in on her, but one good dose of The'dford's made them break out, and she has had no more trouble. I shall never be without t, Black-Draug- ht Black-Draug- ht, BLACK-DRAUG- HT in my nome." For constipation, indigestion, headache, dizzi- ness. malaria, chills and fever, biliousness, and all similar has proved itself a safe, ailments, Thedford's remedy. reliable, gentle and valuable ht If you suffer from any of these complaints, try It is a medicine fof known merit Seventy-fiv-e years of splendid successroves its value. Goof for .vmintr and old. For sale everywhere. Price 23 cents. Black-Draug- ht Black-Draug- T. G. Morehead, of West Bend wae here this week on business. We ure having plenty of good mitis and weeds arejgftijMug fast. G. W. Curtis, .ol Pine Kidge, was here one duy last week on business. Kinley demons, of Indianapolis, visited home folks from till Monday. John Bowman, of Boonville, visited his aunt, Mrs. C. 0. Curtis, here Tuesday. It improves any soil, the ine.reae.e in the value of the land is many The first nt of the tile. land Dave fmm tiled for it. Any body can do the work successfully. Write Tor particulars or cpII at oui plant. 1 used this liniment and thepnin and soreness disappeared like mnRie. Jailer W. T. Ballencer, Lexington, Ky. Vnr rolipvinir noJipa and rnins this linimentbeats anything! ever saw- .- J A II. ttton, ; T, Red River Brick & Tile Company, STANTON. .KENTUCKY. pnralizea lour yean ago. itirs. ouan f.af nv t... .a ihrx rmlvromprtt T havn found J" nitron ma mil v relief flinnft 1 1VAS 'mj - - Cl' ' w lexmgton, iv.y. Sun-Wa- y welDorn, JNowDurg, ina. . Tf it fnll tn T1lrt hiiv naln in anv nart of the bodv in fifteen minutes, ask for your money-back- , SOLD HY ALL LEADING DRUGGISTS. ONE down a cMck'i. tbroat cnroi npei. A tewtdropa In the drinking water cares and prevents cholenv-UUnhomndotherfhlck disease!!. Onr eoc bottle zdakes-inllom ol medicine At all druggists. eases of Fowls" Bent FREE. Boarken Rsit4f.Co.luUtra,Z- ei RIGHT-HK-E ,. CUKE John Bowinan. of Brjonville'.s visiting hidaughter, Mrs. Walk er Combs near here this week. "Uncle'' Dud Hall and wife, ol Darlingsville. visited their so:: iud family Sunday and Monday. E. B. demons and two sisters, Misses Sarah and Haddie, were pletsant guests at T. B. Ware's Sunday. Little Miss Mattie C. Hughes, (, L. & E. Junction, is visiting her grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Ware, this week. Mrs. Miranda I'iersall died at of her home lu'ie May 28, heart tumble, after Mrs. Piersall mouths illm-hs- . member of the bad been a Christum church for a number i.f years and tried to live a Chris tian life as best she could, She . '1 'IS - v A.i-lnlTi:8r TQUfiHANtQ DI f IWMIN rtULTRY BpBBBa?lalBaBaBla Talk by This is a a Typewriter Man to .the Readers of The Clay City Times. straiffht-from4he-ShoWerlfywrit- Jl. Mum. :ici rmPOTonpat.nl4W'l'T. l'atetupnu. Sena s rms in tlnnip lor inraiiiftDiv rt SU.I. PATCHTS, H9W TO OBTAIN n uurl will pay. T&loabU luloruiAtkMi. I paUol Uw siui other U'7 Kena Ill-- It f raoc-imrk- diuaud copjrlBhti reirtk or uvin. tut D 303 SmalaSt., SWIFT & GO. awu f uvs"DB Washington, D. C. is (Kardless of any clpis t.lm Rmifll of the liSw Pox Visible Typewriter either, In material 111 nut iiumiDiii'f ..tu IUSU.VU and convenience of its many features. There nre good typewriters .iwinB ouui ami soul, nut we. ciaini tor me new Fox ViHiulo Typewriter mat it is better than the best of these, and thnt its automatic features com bined cannot be found in tiny oth-- tr typewriter. The New Fox ii a typewriter tnat win meet wun me ipprovtil oi me mpw critical oier. niHdp alntrlo ilHiiiiiimtratinil will con- vince yon we will inalce it nt our xpense, it you wtii,; ormu us. 1 3'Y. Nn ntliop tvnnwritpr liuilt v Lbbbbbbbbb1bibbbbbismi rp- - VBLHRasHasBjisyKLM"aBasBs "Wiiether you lia'vo had the ,us of a tyiHswriter or, not, you have paid for one many tunes over.. 1 es sir, wo mean lt,;.every day you continue using the old.slow method of writing with-iwnyou are unconsciously paying for a typehis writer. The farmer who cuts evgrain with a scythe nays with ery drop of sweat for a reaper. IT you are neglectful of your wearing apparel and expose yourselr unnecessarily to the ruin and cold you are paying for tho very thingt that would have kept you well and a mark lunuortauie. nemeinoer mm mm it well: Youjnust iaj pay pay for the necessltieiC'Of thm life, whether you usc theiii or not. wasadevoted wile, h.ving moth- er and a good neighbor. Besides leaven four chilher hushutid boys and one gil l be dren, three sides a hast of relatives and friends to un'iiiii her loss. Bewhs Mih fore her iiiimiiiyc Miranda Bolls. We have to sa farewell wife and mother yt'ii are gone but not forgotten, we will all mine du meet never lii'ii tu )ait. The bercuvi d fain-iihave the cni athy ol the r body was mum. unity. m Hie Bellilehem burxiuu uround .Max 110 y ItoYwt Woman? THUS THE NEW auu VISIBLE FOX W uiiicw. SENT ON FREE TRIAUlBxpress Paid. IS "BETTER THAN TUB BESI Cardui The Woman's Tonic FAB H-- Kit F im ww. IT All UHSCISTS cither tynewrlt- H tllnatmtiilll f our New Fox Visible Typewriter, shown above, and Compare wih ni;y or uswi r you have ever seen " rvr-- , , .I.h light, and that the type bars rise from where tnejr are lying anu .iriKc w vision, and that all of what j ou have written remains in i 'ii.u.u- - . ,..t . lireet line of typewriter. Compare this with those old stvle lypewritereuai so., e theiii-lo- ee what the luting poliitl. u, blac -,' you nave wnueo. vr. writinc the eiWlpI Hieiltary .closing. . n ;v; " r,ri.r. to red. Tress me aauuiaior jvujt vi earriaBi'baekwrd for fn.te"; a'lso for nil kinds of billing. At l .e right (In ij.i-i ) is o ur a k ti m,c woj tile -; Hiih- iunking eorriM lioiiH, or mining ' puiiciuu..i.n. jii .'.,,i,llt stewiHH "." of four In Its place. I'ress the Btenell Key s Imwii t .JI'f.H' lockM .vrite hinig ."e"''ru ..M.SJT.r. hill- ...i.i.t.r-- . keys ,nn,u ,,r ilimlinnto tellers can be made. Four rows of T uL-ut Hit. ,r r y; .V betn :- ..... aaomalieallyforwritinginallea,,, 1 r r?V " "i'! '1 r ."V 1 A,,.he . oikr iv,.ewrite-s, . rjhbwi automntleally n. -- WE A DANIEL BOONE AXLE GREASE Kxtremely liul.t tluK h, ".Mi falling t ai is iijiiiht . miiiiiUm-lure-iin- And don't hav to grease ;iui iiitmKiii'iuie, ami ran i f"!". xe, H sent eoniiueie. wan cjeainpK TI.L I ili..r.t. the tvoewriler we 1 " s bat once a week. Cais li K::.;ucky ty CHAS. C. STOLl OIL CO. Lextmtow, Ky. , " after trial you ..pa) im.e uow. -- tw mn U.IV 11114 linilMMII llll IIU IIL'lUI IK I'll , null wnwnij . .d.. I....willtf j.eauer, . I. u Iu ....... .. w - ir iuiiuf aial ud.lr an we aK f I. .. 'n. 'ogti.d personally abvui our l ewpler and Fm- lihlutler. , . 0.,lluinKTrW,.l!.. wril.-you .... i ' ' - r- .V.V.Vr,i -, -- . ;... uTni ... uii.i.l --." t In !.,.k. of our nut :i - is me . i... . I. ijpenr.i r ...... . ..... niit'iii4 n ii vu'lieiv la ' V ! I IO. " wj we van j lT1.Wf,lfr , . --t -j , ml )o our rHta" -- r Fox Typewriter Co., Manufacturers, iuJ kai?s, mk ihoan. Clay Cily Eimes, Local Representative for Clay Uty and vVicmity.