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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): June 12, 1913 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1913 cla1913061201_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 12, 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. I I, THE CLAY CITY TIMES. T- - 91.00 a Year ia Advance. W'i are Here to kelp Clay City, the SarroosJing Country anj Uarselres. .1. B Burgher, Publisher. VOL. XVIII. Mlilioa Dollar Deal. CLAY CITY, KXj THURSDAY. were Mr. Willie Todd "and Miss Nancy Bosh. After the icoro mony the happy young couple left for the groom's homo near Irvine. The bride is a beautiful and most lovable gir), while the groom is 'a prosperous young farmer and school teacher, and possesses all the. necessary attri-- r bateS'Of a model ;jroun'g man. Their host of friends join to gether in wishing for them a long, happy and prosperous iiufr .TUNE J2, J9I3. STANTON NEWS. Misses Dr. I. NO. 24. Mud A deal that has been pending . for several weeks, and generally known to be "on the boards" has just been closed in New York and by its provisions John and Floyd Day ot. this city, transfer to New York pww all their wMmgB in Xa9tr, Kentucky rnlriig-WervTiHion'Wlar- The transaotiQn includes the Mountain Central Railroad, 18 miles long, a narrowlgauge lino rtiiining"from Campton Jnuctioh, to 6ampton, as well as stores, inills,cpal and timber lands on the new extension of the Lexington & Eastern Railway. The Messrs. Day will retain an interest in the new company and wilt have the management of it. This is one of the biggest deals polled off in Eastern. Kentucky and shows thai, that section of llioj state will see millions of vapital poured is fee the great commodities fct lubeea- - eat of reach' of the i&Mfor year: The Day Bros, have eees :re sponsible for A great deal of Hie 'improvements in Eastern Kentucky aud no men have stood higher with the people than they. By shrewd business manipulao tions they have amassed a and riglitfully deserve it. Winchester Democrat. -for-iimTeM-Margtoea; ried life. Died In Idaho. . "A, most fceantiful wedding oc- - Relatives in .this county have been' informed of the death of Miss Lula Larson, nged 18 year?, at Lewiston, Idaho, May 10 while visiting there. Her remains v ere takon back to Clark's Grove, Mjun. her home for burial. Miss Larson ia an adopted daughter of a family of that name in filiBsesoM. iter real name waa84i Cole, daagfctar e tteo. eeiHu &CMet tenderly of t'y, who moved to Miaaeseta a-boat fifteen years ago. Her same was changed from 8adio to Lula by her foster parents, not know iogat that time that the little girl had a sister named also Lula. The two sisters met by accident last fall but did not know they were related at all for some time after (he meeting. Miss Larson is a niece of T. J Jill -- Having been solicited by quite a large percentage of the voters and people interested in the schools of tilts' county, both Dem ocrats and Republicans, 1 Have decided to stand for election this fall, in case I am given the nomination, forSohpol Superintendent. It. will te'um possible for me to mako .attyflfht for this place, either Tor tho? nomination or- in the final election. Most every voter hi the connty is well ac uuaintud with me. and the peo nle in "eneral know and will be allowed to approve? or disapprove of my acts'dprlng my short incumbency of the, office of County without my having to make a house to hcuse canvass Exeent for the houses erected by Brother Irvin and the records of the ofneevhept by him during his three yers in the otlice and also those kaDt bv his successor. Ira-- G. Profitr, during his two years of Uyjnmbency, we had hardly a school building and ab solutely no school records of this county. t . Dariag bis administration, BrnShwr Irtia had several build- iags erpedrvbut on account of rte eajaRainount, of taxes collected for Jwool' purposes, he was unable' to pay anything at all on thesejbuildings, and since my appointment as Superintendent in September, 1011, we have paid about fI'i60.UO on the buildings erected by Brother Jrvin, have built qqr new buildincs and paid lorthem, and repaired several othejK,'.o they jould be used until Hinconntv is able to - 1P cemeat. and Mrs. P. D. Todd, were unit- Estill counties. ed in marriage at the home of Government experts estimate the bride's father two miles south of this city, Elder Albert the 1910 wheat crop at 744,000, Easter, officiating. It was a very 000 bushelB, of which 402,000,000 quiet affair, only a few guests will be winter wheat. Under fa outslde'of the immediate family vorable conditions the yield will being present. The attendants reach the record harvest of 1001. -- been" sJEWr?jC Easter. She lias a! where erecfeaare in 'districts it was absolutely impossi tie, youngest daughter of Mr. so has.otbef relatives in this and ble to have schools taught with Franiclln Margison.aad MlsYNeV Read this Ad, - and see if you don't think it would pay you to give us atria'. We out them. Now, the office of County School Superintendent is one in which I have always maintained the idea that there should be. no politics, and it has been suggested to me by a large number of persons aBkingmo to make this race, that I make it on the Independent ticket, and I should have been glad to havo done this, except for the new Primary Law, which seems to eliminate this; however when elected. I shall be govern ed by the independent idea of of politics in the discharge of my official duties, even though I shall prepare my petition subject to the voters in the Democratic primary 'to be held August 2nd, Respectfully, 1018. Kate S. Bohannan. sell Sugar at $5.50 "per cwt. U. R. M. Flour at $2;80 per cwt. in 500 lb. Lots. Mrs. V R. Burgher Passes Away." Mrs. W. R. Burgher, .aged 80, died at her home in this city ear ly yesterday morning after a brief illness of remittent fever. Slippers and Shoas are now going big cut in Price. SUITS ;We at a can fit you in the best at a great saying of Price. Funeral services at the residence by Elde. J. T. Turpin of the Bap tist church of which she was. a member. Tho. remains were interred in the local cemetery this afternoon. She was before her marriage a Mfss Tipton, dough ter of Reuben Tipton, of Win chester. She is survived by her husband and three small chil dren. t Bring us your Hams, we pay 17o per lb. LOWE & CROWE, Rosslyn Merchants. Winchester Primary. D. T. Matlack, in the Win- Chester city primary, defeated of Mayor Hughes for Mayor; Chief of Police Woodson McOord was renominated for that place; L. B. Hampton defeated Sam Jelfries for City Attorney ; R. S. Scobee won the Police Judgeship over W. T, Ogden and W. 11 Todd; 8. U.Tracy, the in- cumbeut, won the nomination for city Clerk and O. B. Strother secured tho nomination for Tax Collector. lin.-ithem often, and it would Lemon Richardson, who wne op we could have such :i crowd crated on at the Good Samaritan out at church every .Sunday. Hospital for appendicitis, is doing What a help mid inspiration it. wr II and will soon be able to come would be to the ministers. Wi- hoar home. it said fo very often, '"People Miss Malinda iiatton returned not go to church like they u.tiI to. from Lexington and did not have A few years ngo great crowds would the operation as reprted last week, come to the services, but now it i but she is in a serious condition so different." By request the pro gram was as follows: from the tumor. Salutation, Margaret Muiibfi.'M Mr. Bob Stone was called to Welcome Song for Visitors Winchester Saturday by the death Mabel Boone, Uuby Burgher, of his nephew, Martin Reed, who Lennie Smith. Mabel Ho died at Martinsville, Ind. of blood Recitation Exercise poisoning from painting. The Message to the Beginners Jim Stone, who has been work Recitation Ruby Burgher ing on the new railroad, iB in- town Exercise Lov to be examined for regular work on Exercise the main line We . are glad to Mabel Boone, Leeta Derthick know Jim is doing well and hope Song "Go and Bring Them in, that he will get the place. Exercise Go Forward by the Boyn Margaret Norton Recitation Mrs. MInta Welsh, of near Mt Arbor Suonden Recitation Sterling, died at the home of her Exercise The Rose Garden daughter, Mrs. Ab Hall, on Fxi Recitation Anna Clarl. day and was brought to Stanton Quartette Misses Maud Boone and and buried. She was the mother Nancy wen, Dr. Johnson ami of Mr. Jack Welch, of Rosslyn, Walter Thacker. and we hear was 98 years of age. Recitation William ManBfleM Recitation Lennie Smith. Mrs. J. 0. Hanley, accompanied by 'her friend, Mrs. 3riffiaa, of We. haye been told that you musr not'Biijriiiythuigr flgainHr whiskey ing her for several oSsyleftrTuc- - these days as it is expected that day for her homo in New Castle;- we will have a lot of drinking til Pa. Mr. Hanley went as far. as after the election, and we have been Lexington with them and will leave warned that it is dangerous to say for his home in Ohio soino time any thing. If such he the case next week. They will return in then we will have all the more to say. If it is dangerous then we time frr school work. The writer personally hopes that will take the consequences. But why should there be any nioie no one will oppose our present Sudrinking now than before. It rnut perintendent of schools. From all sides we hear of her splendid work be that the candidates are having and we know of her interest in the something of a hand in it, at least education of our boys and girls of we are informed that they are and Powell county. Sho is capable and if it be .true then let us spot those dewell qualified for the place and men that arc using whiskey and Let us why should she be removed when feat them for the ofllco. pick out the men who are above 8e is doing good aervice. that low method of obtaining votes The Sunday School Couvention and influence and see that they are held at Bowen was a success and elected. The man who will not use quite a crowd was on hand. As either money or whiskey may be the weather was pleasant most of depended on to make the best offithe men folks took advantage and cer. All over the couutry, people worked in their crops and sent the are demanding that the men rnn a women folks to represent them. A. clen race and why not Powell PresiT. Stewart was county fall into line. Why do not dent and M'B8 Ethel Baker, Secre- the preachers all over the county tary. The convention will meet in urge clean politics and why do not Stunton next year some time in other good citizens demand that September. the candidates run a clean race. Candidates are announcing them When the best men are vitally inpelves by the score. As we look terested in clean politics and de them over we eee some good ones mand it all over the county then andsome could be improved on will we have it. But we always get mightily. Some are running be tho kind of officers that the major- cause they have a host of kin folks ty of the citizens want, and if we and are depending on them for fl get bad ones then it is the people's ection. That is all right, if he is fault. Because wo have stood (or of the right stuff, but if not then clean politics and a better observet the kin folks not burden our ance of the Lord's day we are told county down with some one who is that we are not decent citizens. not fit for the ollke. Others are Perhaps we are not but we will running because they want to do continue to take the stani1 we have. the county Jeal service, Then let There are a great many splendid us put them in regardless of poli men in Powell county and we want tics. them to assert their citizenship. The Children's Day exercises Let us hear from you all over tho hold at the Christian church were county. fine aud enjoyed by all. Tho chil Miss Vena Rose, of Winches dren ean certainly draw the crowd ter, is visiting her aunt, Mrs. A. for they are so interesting to us all. M. Burgher. - Boone, Nancy Kwi-n- , W. Johnson ind Walti r Thacker sang a qunrtctt and it wn-oWe regret to know that Mrs of tin' features of tho entiituin. Mollie Mansfield ia in very frail Ve hope i lint we shal' ment. hoalth but hope that sho will soon have tho pleasure of henriii'j t'ron be better. ne f - 1 - - THE TIMES. rUIlLISUKl' KVKHI T1IUK8DAT. could find no law to do soj-tin- d that individuals must do this. Superintendent Tho citizens sought the aid of an able attorney to briny the suit in time for the June term of this Subscription rates $1 a year or three prised that individuals should years in advance $2. have this work to do. He rend over to us former cases when the J E. liurghcr, Publisher. Commonwealth did prosecute the j.ntered as second-clas- s mail matter. L. & N. for violation of this law. One of these cases was in 1802 Thursday, June 12, 1913. when the L. & N. had bought the O. & O. This case wont to the CLUB RATES. Supremo Court of the United For the convenience of our States and the Kentucky law wus p we have arranged club rates upheld. If the 0. & O. is a comwith the following papers at prices petitor of the L. & NM why is below mentioned: not the L. & E. a competitor? The Times and sub-jcrloet court. The attorney wus sur- tho unexpired term of retiring Ira G. Profitt, and has performed the duties of. tho office witlrgrout satisfaction to those interested in tho schools of the county. In a card to the voters of tho county, she recalls a portion of the work done by the Educational Board under Bro. administration. Mrs. Bohannau is well qualified for the place and a better selection cannot be made in the county. It is therefore probable that she will havo no opposition, cither in the primary or in the general election Ir-viu- 'a Court Clerk, subject to the action of the Democratic primary election. Mr. Woodard made the race for this same office four years ago, and was defeated in the primary by only J I voles. He has always been opposed to tie use of money and liquor in elections, and of course, would not think of using any such methods forsocuring votes in the coming primary. Mr. Woodard is a deserving man, beluga cripple, nnd shot Id receive from every Democratic voter in the county. due'eon-sideratiou enne, there will be no tears shed in the Times office, for verily do we really beljeve that Stanley will lit tjie pluee to a He has proven himself bold as a lion in his works on the committee of the steel trust investigation, and his speeches now being made in behalf of his enndidncy for election to the Semite have the exact right ring lo iuit us. Best Laxative for the Aged Old uu'ii nnd women feel ! need of ii laxative more than young be safe and harmTolks, hut less and one wliirh will not raiiM " " " ' C C 1.00 " " 1.10 Louisville llrruld 90 Home and Farm 75 It land Farmer 1.00 American Farmer 00 Southern Agriculturist 75 uiunati Enquirer ANNOUNCEMENTS. We friends througout the county, in the section where he Bohannau, of Stan is known best, and will most ton, ann u ices in this issue of likely make a strong bid for the We are authorized to annonncc D. tho Times for Superintendent nomination. IX. Daniel as candidate for County Judge of PoweP county, subject to the of School subject' to the uction Mr John F. Woodard, of Xena, action of the Democratic primary elec- of the Democratic primary Mrs. announces in this' issue of the tion in August. Bohannun was appointed to till Times for the office of County Wo are "o,-- County Judge of done. Powell county, Eiibjec to Hie acMon of the Democr a ic ,).'iiary eleetioa in AuMrs K. S. gust. Potts as cand'dni are aiUl'oriz For County Judge. i :o n.moonc; 1). D. Attorney General James J Breathitt in tho name of the Commonwealth won the case in Frankfort & Cincinnati It. R. only three years ago. Atttorney General Garnet t will be asked to do the same thing in the L. & E. case, then if no action will be taken the citizens will be compelled to bring this uction at their own expense, but it will be Governor McCreary's entry into thp Senatorial race will cut Mr. T. J. Ponder, of Boweu, heavily into Governor Ueckliaiii's makes his announcement for rupport and may result in StanSheriff of Powell county, subject ley's election. If such be the to the action of the Republican primary, in this issue of the Times. Mr. Ponder will bo as the map who so efficiently took the census of Clay City in 1010, and is doubtless for tho office to which he nvpires. The greatest objection we can find to him is hia political stripe, and there can be worse things. than this 'Mr. Ponder has many Republican this fall. well-qualifie- d Life IMHk pain. Dr. Kiua's NV-good for the aged, aro espf-hillfor tie' net prnpily and ensfly. Iecnnnnendi,d by all Pi he 25c. de.ilets. Adv. Let Us Show You Some of Our New G00D5. Some Beautiful New T authorized to announce W. T. Adams as candidate for CountyJudgt of Powell county, subject, to the action of the Democratic primary election in August. .'(' ReadytoWear Suits that are bound to please. Our line of We are rized tj announce J. S. Ewen as candidate for County Judge of Powell com vy, subject to the action of the Democrj tic primary election in August. For County Attorney. We are authoi-izato announce M. A. Phillips as candidate for County A of Powell county subject to the action of the Democratic piimaiy election in August. For County Court Cltrk. A New Way in -- Merchandising. inn n ni innirin iiinrinrii-- i rn n,n n n niYirni nri n n n nnrt nnrwirwvaririnirwir n" r r fi ri Lawns, Percales, and other Dress Goods r - We have associated ourselves with thousands of buying their goods of merchants throughout the United States, for the purpose .of giving the people an opportunity . should be seen to be appreciated. Come in and let us fit dired from thousands of factories; and can furnish you up ready for the summer, weather with goods that are both stylish any article to be had from the large Catalogue Houses at a great saving, such as fanning tools of all kinds, .wagons, buggies, harness, saddles, sew- e and cool. We have our usual large certainly please you. ; full store and can tion in August. We are authorized to announce I. S. Boone as candidate for County Court Clerk of Powell county, subject to tho uction of the Democratic primary election in August. We are authorized to announce Jno. F. Woodard us candiduto for County i Court Clerk of Powell county, subject to tho action of tho Democratic primary election in August. For Sheriff. We are authorized to announce J. P. Crabtree as candidate to: County Court Clerk of Powell county, subject to the action of the Democratic primary elec- ing machines, mowers, reapers, pumps, manure spreaders, disk harrows, drills,, and all kinds of merchandise. catalogues Call and get one of our 700 page which will explain everything and save yourselves money. SHIMFESSEL'S. Did it Ever Occur to You That an account with a Clean, Strong Progressive Bank' " Mrs. J. W. Williams. The McGopmick Mowep The; old Wo are authorized to announce D. W. Martin as candidate for Sheriff of Powell county, subject to the action of the Democratic primary election in August. We are authorized to announce II. T. Derickson as candidate for 8heriff of Powell county, subject to tho action of the Democratic primary election in August. We aro authorized to announce J. G. Hogers as candidate for Sheriff of Powell comity, with J. J. Kced as Deputy, subject to the uction of the Republican primary election in August. We are authorized to announce T. J. Ponder us candidate for Sheriff of Powell county, subject to the action of tho Republican primary election in August. For Superintendent of ScbooU. does true and tried Machine that the Work and does it Right. gave you a considerable preslige in the business world?' Accounts of all sizes welcomed ' Price for the Season, by the $43. Clay City .National Wo aro authorized In K. S. Bohannun as candidate for Superintendent of Schools of Powell county, subject to the action of the Democratic primary election in August. Bank, 'CLAY CITY, KENTUCKY. For Assessor. Wo aro authorized to announce S. A. Knster as candidate for Assessor of Powell counts, subject to the action of the Democratic primary election in August. Wo are authorized to announce Geo. M. Itnuers us candidate for Assessor of Powell county, subject to the action of uio uoniorrutie primary flection in We nre authorized to announce Jepso l row us candidate for Jailer of Powell county, subject to tho action of the lte publicau primary ulectloii in August. USE HOPE & MILLS S&22S Imme-tuuile ANUNEXPECTEDOUEST for luncheon or dinner will enjoy the delightful trial of hreud that is mudc from the Pearl Hour. The lonve rnutle from (hit? high grnde Hour nre fine, light, white nnd of tempting llnvor nnd ft mUisfy ing luclieon can be mado oti the excellent hrend (vvljli Mrret htitter) that Is wnde from the I'enrl llnur, hoy Id prosecute railroads that violate the Jaws oi the bturo na noil as individuals, to when the U & N. bought out the I. cV E. in open violation of the law of Kentucky, the Commonwealth wus asked to proscuuti.' the ense, I i i r i.... .1 out iuv) iviusi'u, t:iyui: iiivj ' . It occurred to us nt the begin uing that tho Commonwealth We sell this Machine together with Rakes, and all other Farm Machinery of the International Harvester Company manufacture.. H. G. Grabf rec & Go., Clay City, Ky. Made by J. ANDREW CAIN, Versailles, Ky Mrs. W. C. Martin and little The Lexington business men Nine horses have died at daughter, (iracc, arc visiting are coining to see us a mi in this from tin unknown disease year. They will make u tour of resembling the pink eye, and the relatives und friends in Montgoni- - Trees! Trees! Trees! all, towns along the L. & E. from livery .stables there have all been 'c,'.v Guilty Lexington to McKohcrts. HOME-MAclosed to aid in checking the (lis A PAl'KU. Fruit and Ornamental ease. Word has reached here an LEXINOTON, KY. At a meeting of the Board of TIH.MtSDAV, June 12, 1013. nouncing the sudden death of Strawberries, Shrubs, Hedging, AsW. A. Ellington, fnrncrly of this Trustees of Educational Division paragus, Rhubarb, drapes, RosBOOKKEEPING, SHORTHAND, city. Mr. Ellington lived at No. , at Clay City, the following es, Peonies, Phlov, etc. TYPEWRITING. LOCAL BREVITIES. Middlctwn, Ohio, nnd died there teachers were eleote I!ver thing for Orchard, fjmn andOarden. School No. 1, Snow Creek: Mr. and Mrs. Tan bee Mountz Mrs. J. (J. Easter, of Mcltob. No. 2, West This school has turned out hunWinford Davis. NO AGENTS FREE CATALOG dreds of men and women who jrts, is visiting in the city and guve their niece, Miss Funuio Bend; Mrs. Myrtle Burgher. No Mountz, a b.rthday party Wed are successes. It willmako futility. 0, Cooper's Creek; Miss Mary nesday night in honor of her six li.F. Hillenmeyer&Sons a success of you. Mrs.'S. 1). Hull, of Stanton, is teenth anuiversary. Many of her Hall. No. i, Virden ; Miss Lucy Lexington, Ky. visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. young friends gathered to make Wells. No. 5, Waltersville; C L. Smith. Write for Catalogue. No. 0, Darlingsville; J. Shimfeseei. the evening happily spent. Ices Miss Lillio Boone. No. 7, Black and cukes were served in the Mies Mary White returned Creek ; Miss Zella Sams. No. 8, course of the evening. from ,a,Tvi?iti to.AV'inchester the Pompeii ; Richard Crow. No. 9, ii'fst of the week. At a regular meeting of the Morris Creek ; Bert Crow. City Couucil Friday night, tho Trustees present : J. D. Kerr, C. Shimfessel has a nice line of following instructors were 3sej Ohniaiuan ; A. Easter, Secretary ; of in lats which lie. js scl. lected to feach tho City Schools llupert Curtis, Elliott Eastin, ing at popular prices. the coming year: J. D. Fulls, of Ray McKinney, Swango. L. F. Mann will preach Bowling Green, Principal ; Wal Judge Guaranteed Eczema Remedy at the Methodist church Sunday ter Head, of Lexington, 1st as The constant itching, burning, sistant; and Mrs. Ileinretta Dan morning and Sunday night. redness, rash and disagreeable ef iel, 2nd assist-tnt- . fucts of eczema, tetter, salt rheum, Miss Kittie Ilisle, of RichMrs. Melvin Qravett, of itch piles and irritating skin erup mond, visited her aunt, Mrs. Mantles, Win. Motnntz, Sr. and other rel- Vaughn's Mill, was taken to a tions can be readily cured and the hospital at Lexington Saturday skin made clear and smooth with atives here Saturday and for treatment of a very peculiar Dr. Hobson's Eczema Ointment. trouble which began about Christ Mr. J.C. Eveland, of Bath, HI., Dr. Martin reports the birth mas as a breaking out in the says: 'I had eczema twenty-fivif a girl to Mr. nnd Mrs. Colie mouth, which has spread to tho years and had' tried everything. Alexander the 2nd day of June, outer skin of the face, and now All failed. When I found Dr. Hob- to or and a boy to Mr. and Mrs. Hugh seems to be fast spreading to son's Eczema Ointment I found a 3d earns the 8th. other parts of the body. cure." This ointment is the formula of a physician and has been Children Have Worms Most Mrs. Edward Hose, of this city, in use for years not an experiMany mothers think their and Miss Nora West, of Stanton, are suffering from indigestion, ment. That is why we can guarare visiting the former's sister, Mrs. J. D. Mafdis, at Covington. headache, nervousness, weakness, antee it. All druggists, or by mail. Mrs. Mardis-istill in very poor costiveness, when they are victims Price 50c. Pfeiffer Chemical Co.. and Cor. of that most common of all chil Philadelphia and St. Louis. Adv. health, dren's ailments worms. Peevish, NOTICE. Ulcers and Skin Troubles fretful children, who If you are suffering with any toss and 0'rind their teeth, with Sealed proposals will be received old, running or fever sores, ulcers, bad breath and colicky pains, have by the Board of Education of Pow boils, eczema or other skin troub- all the symptoms of having worms, ell County for the erection of four les, gel u box of Bucklen's Arnica and should be given KickapoO new school houses in Sulve and you will get relief promt-y- . Worm No. 9. educational division No. 1, Killer, a pleasant candy lozMrs. Bruce Jones, of Birming- enge, which expels worms, regu- known as the Morris Creek school, ham, Ala., suffered from an ugly lates the bowels, tones up the sysNo. 3, educational di nicer for nine months and Buck- tem, and makes children well unci vision No. 2, known as Upper K len's Arnica Salve cured her in happy, Kiukapoo Woim Killer is Hardwick's Creek school, sub-d- i by two weeks. Will help you. Only guaranteed. All druggists, or In- trict No. 10, educational division mail. Price 25c: Kickapoo "io. Rrconiniended by all dealers. dian Medicine Co., Philadelphia No. 4 (North Fork). Adv. and St. Lui). Proposals should be addressed to Mrs. Kate S. Bohannan, Superin mm tendent of schools, and should be delivered to her office not later than Thursday, June 10th, 1913. Contracts to be let to the lowest and best bidder. The Board re serving the right to reject any and all bids. Plans and specifications for the above houses may be seen And let us show you what a nice line of goods at the office of the County Super we carry. Our stock of Dry Goods, Notion", intendent. By order of the County Hoard of (Jroceriep, Hardware, Clothing, Shoes an J etc. is Education. nplete with Kate S. Hohannan, Chairman. Our Spring and Summer Goods are now in and we want THE TIMES. Jfidi-iiidi- DE i 1 ready-to-we- ar When Need Builder's Hardware, Cabinet Grates, Tiles, Cooking or Heating Stoves, e Go Write Grubbs & Benton, Main Broadway, s Winchester, - Ky. sub-distri- sub-distri- HARDW-- & COMPANY. Come to Our Store Spring and Summer GOODS. Variety, Style and Quality. THIS COMBINED WITH OUR $ioo Reward, $ioo. Low Prices Make it to your inti'iret to give us a good share of your trade. We strive lo please our customers be- cause we know sat in fled customers are ourbest awls. m nt8 Yours to please, WALDRON & JOHNSON, Waltersville, Ky. The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that sci ence has Vn uble to cure iu all iti Btag'.s, . and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Curn is tho only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being u 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, and giving the pa tient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work. The proprietors lave so much faith in its curative lowers that they offer One Hun dred Dollars for uny case that it fails to cure. Send for list of testi monials. Address F. J. Cheney k Co., Toledo, O. Sold by all Druggist, 75c. Take Hull's Family Pills for you to call and see them and get our prices. You should want to know where you can get the best selections and 9 the most for your money or produce. We are especially anxious for you to call who are interested iu these im- portant points. It is our uim to carry everything the people want, but can not here mention al. But want to call your attention to the following lines "Walk-Over" that we handle. Wo-men, Shoes for Men and "Queen Quality" Shoe for in all the now things in tans, gun metals and patents in both low cuts and regular shoes, "Astnr" Brand Hats for Men und Boys, Hart, Schaffner, and Marx and 'Heart" brund Clothing for Men, 'Mintor" Brand Clothing for Boys. We have them for both Men and Boys in the latest styles in plain, ulso in the new and Hats popular Norfolk suits. Women's trimmed t.nd in (minimus and other popular styles, Men's punama hats, wool, silk and wash dress goods in all the new things, rain coats for ull, neckwuar, suit cases, trunks, carpets, umbrellas, etc., etc. ready-to-we- ami Hardwick & Co., Stanton. Uolden Wedding. Mr. and Mrs. John Ilisle, of Richmond, celebrated their gold (n wedding in their home near that city May 01st. There wero one hundred and fifty guests present, among them being Mrs. Win, MountZf a sister to the bride and her son( Joo Mountz, of this city. Many valuable presents were received by the happy one-hal- Rosslyn. For Sale Both Sunday schools arc get ting along fine. Mrs. 0. T. Hall and childred jpeut the day Monday with Mrs. J. M. Oonlec. Rev. L F. Mann, of Clay City, preached a noble sermon at the Methodist church Sunday. V. T. Ooldiron and daughter, couple. of Montgomery county, aro visit f The bride of two and week. score years before marriage was ing relatives here this Mrs. Hat tie Martin and daugh a Miss McKinney, and was raised on Hardwick's creek in this ter, Dr. A. Knox and daughter nrnl Prof. 0. N. Crowe were the county. cottage and three loU in western portion of city. 'Apply to T. . Ballard. Clay City, Ky. Four-room Sco us for your shoe wants. Mrs. J. W. Williams. OVCR 6 YEAR' EXPERIENCE Timothy Hay Clean and nice delivered any wheros in Clay City at GO cts per bale. Cow pea hay at tho same price. J. E Burgher. J r R CAPITAL STOCK, $100,000 b ukfijus and undivided profits, 200,000 TIW! OnnM laadlaa la Ktanaatarr. tatcraiadlaaa aad Xlla RUM Car. ValU la all r.l.lU Hflt.ua. Spacla Schaala af Kealaraa. uaaraaa Cavraaa. TalttoaFraataAp. aalaadM dor. aalataaa. nllarlaa, a.W natal aekaal, saw aiaaaai iraiaiaa aauaiai. practlaaaaaaal, drpartiaralaraarlaaltara, a. wall aaalppad jmaaailra. Daamlla Sltaaoa. Nru Tarm be(tai Htp. Vahn t. Tarm Karambar I Tklrt Tarai Janata IT. Faatta Tttm Iprlll, Saaaatar Schoal apaai Jaaa It. Training (School for Teachers A CS ' RICHMOND, KY. T. lit hitiii C0PWUQHT8 Ac. Anyone landing akelth and deaotlMlon mar qnloklr macarlalii our opinion frae JtnMlier an intention IterobublrDatentabl.. Corontinlm. c tlonaatrlctlTConlldtnKal. HMOBOOK onl'aleuu anna nlilMt itMtf for aneurlnar DftlAtitfl. FateutJ tUtn tbionih Munn 4 to. rtlT tj rtal nodct, without obarie. In tba nDE mnnm Dcaia'Na fa a ttanitAmt llfnafpaiMl ataaalv. T jtrratt eta. dilation of anr aelautlflo lournal, Tannt. tl floiabjaJl ntwtdMter. C.u,.,..,. j Q OBABBi rmUtoU J Hunn Hruoh IBM. OMjrtMBWTQrK meeting hist week of the Kentucky Tuberculosis Com miswere sion final arrangements over the Health mudo for taking Exhibit Cur, which was run to a great many towns in the State, including Olav City, a year ago. The car is now being altered, and a new exhibit is being installed. In the course of ten days the car will start on another trip through Kentucky. TheCommission hopes to keep the car on the road, at le.i8t, two years, and reach, if pollute, all the available points in the State. At n ueats of Mrs. Mary Maxwell Sunday. Towuscnd of the Christian church died on the 8th. Funeral the following day by El ders Rogers and Profltt, of Xena, after which the remains were laid to rest in the Crowe grave yard. The bereaved wife has the heart felt sympathy of the Eld. I Winchester Bank, 3 OFj WlNCIISTER. KY. W. If. J. .. It Always Helps says Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., in writing of her experience with Cardui, the woman's tonic She says further: "Before I began to use Cardui, my back and head would hurt so bad, I thought the pain would kill me. I was hardly able to do any of my housework. After taking three bottles of Cardui, I began to feel like aHiew woman. I soon gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework, as well as run a big water mill. 1 wish every suffering woman would give N.lIoLi,y WiniEiwpooN.PnKHi Smiah; Oasuif.ii. 3 3 YOUR ACCOUNTS SOLICITED U Gov. McOeary has made formal announcement of his candidacy for the United States Senate issued from in' a statement or Sale A lot of carpet rags. We Frrfnkfort. hi ve, also, a number of empty JVuit jars which we should like to SPOUT SPRING. glad to 'I or which we would be or per-- : .ve u.ed by touie person R. S Christopher; made a buscanning "on the shares". ing trip to P.il.ot. View Thursday. oii8 for Highland Orphans' Heme. Franklin Marginm has been For Sale. employed to teach the school at Coal oil stove, new process, t his place. with cabinet Ivy., Mr. and Mrs. Malison Curtis and oven complete, in perfect conspent Saturday night and Sunday dition, will eell very cheap, almost with Mr. and Mrs. Everett Bar-ne- t new. C.tll at the Times oflice. t. Cow Peas for Sale. Mr. and Mrs. Qeo. W--. Mcln-itifSeed peas at market price. Now and sister-in-laMrs. Will i f0.' ' Will go higher later. .iius, visited Judge and Mrs. J. E. Burgher. Manu at Clay City Wednesday. Leu-isville, community. The Sunday School Convention at Bo weii last week was attended SHIPP'S QUICK- with much iuterest and great RELIEF LINIMENT. success in the work. Let every This Is the liniment the oeoole are Sunday school in old Powell this talking atout. year strive to make their school It IS the mnflr. irnnilaful .n,i,n.l,. a most prosperous one and send relieving pain I have ever used. Capt. a delegate to Louisville this fall Anderson Berry, Lexington, Ky. to the State Convention. I Used tlllR limniAnr. on.l thn noln n,t.l Jailer W T. Ballenger, Lexington, Ky. For relieving aches, and pains this bniment beats anything I ever saw. J. II. Lctton, Lexington, Ky. 'only remedy I have found that has given mo any: relief shifel was p.iralizcd four years ago. Mrs, Susan Yvelborn, Newburg, Ind. rOrCIlOSa (lfaanrWArfr1 CARDUI The Woman's Tonic always ut lilrn a trial. I still use Cardui when I feel a little bad, f and-i- t does-m- e good." It is Ihv . If it fails to relieve, any pain in. any part of the body in fifteen minutes, ask for your money back. SOLD BY ALL LEADING DRUGGISTS. feelings, etc., are. sure signs of woman- -. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's "tonic. You cannot' make a mistake in trying Cardur for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing yomenfor more than, fifty years. tired, worn-o"iy-trbubl- .. .Headache, 'backache, side ache, nervousness, Get a Bottle Today! h 0-- RIGHT HERE IS YOUR CHANGE TO BUY THAT TYPEWRITER! Tliis is a Typewriter Talk by a Typewriter Man to the Readers of The Clay City Times. straight-from-the-Shoulder T. S. McKinney aud Berry having opened their timber job on the Stone place, are now busy hauling their ties toGluv .Make Your Wet Land Productive. City. By the use of diain tile you ear. Mrs. Sallie Rogers, of Indian-npoli- turn that low, wet, listless, swam-pInd., arrived here lart! field into the must productive week to be with her sister, Mis.1 spot on your farm. Good tile, Asa Snowdcn, who continues! properly placed, not only carries oil very ill, the end apparently be- Mirplus water, it admits air to tin' ing very near. soil mifl makes it easy to work. It improves any soil. The ineieiice in thu vulue of the land is many of the tile. The first time the Miss Alice 0. Eaten visited year's crop from ti'ed land pays riends in Clay City Sunday. for it. Any body enn do the work Write for particii-- I successfully Mr. Robert Potts while cutting urn or ctdl at oui plant. wood Sunday severely cut his hund. Red River Brick & Tile Bar-iief- t, s, Farm Drain Tile v other typewriter built of any claims made is the t'(unl of tho new I'ox Visible Typowriter either in material tveU, or in workmanship, or in tho number and convenience of its Ko Wallcrsville. 1 specinl features. There are ninny Kood typewriter being built nnil sold, but we. claim for. the uuw Kox Visible Tyj)ewritlT that it is better than the best of these, and Unit its automatic fenttires combined cannot be foumt'In any other typewriter. The New Fox I a typewriter that will meet with the approval of the, most critical user. A single demonstration will con. vinee j on w'o will make it nt our. expense, ir you will perlnlt us. 'Whether yon have had the ut-of a typewriter or not, you have paid for one many times over. Ye: sir, wp mean it; everyday you continue usingthe old, slow method of writing with a pen you are unconsciously paying for a typewriter. The farmer who cuts ljis grain with a scythe pays with every drop of sweat for a reaper. Jf you are neglectful of your wearing apparel and expose yourspir unnecessarily to the rain and cold you aro paying for tho very tllirig that would havo kept you wellqud comfortable. Remember thfi and mark it well : You muBt payday pay for the necessities of thi life, whother you use them or not. e Mrs. Jesse Puckett is visiting Company, her sister at Georglown tliH dTA'NTOM, KENTUCKY. week. Bessie Walters speii the day with Miss Sallie Todd Mit-- s 1fafffTn THUS IS 'UlilTER THE THAN THE BEST OF ALL OTHtRS." NEW VISIBLE FOX Sunday. There has been several cases o in isles around here but most ail are ini.iioviug. -- SENT ON FREE TRIAL, Express Paid. Of aMMJRBON Miss Livie Putts vis.'eil lie brother, Robert Potts, from Sun-da- y till Monday. IV have had (nine vi rv rml enl hiM the part week which le miiiiU-t- l .PQlHTRy CURE no of re ii I winter. down a chick's' throat cum A few drops In the S ipoi. rln Icing water cures ana prevents cUolern, dlarihrx and other chick diseases. One toe bottle makes u pallonw o( medicine At all drucglstk. Simple and Imoklet on Fowls" sent FRKH. Bourbon Rsmttfy Co. Inlittca, Ij of gag- ;- n The best lubrication without carlxm Willi! Aikthln.hihflreUtullwhl I'o t Ivo'r (m from carton. On ti utir?llt.. rf ..i.y 1.11 i.r TJn Tilth Antn rill will fur- tihh rnKO''iril. rt tl lirrel vltS tviet. th.o ti uao liy JcriwruiAiiWrt uf-. Wmuf rllininwtUiq 43c par l'H. CIIAS. f. STOLLOILCO. OrJ f fwa. ti jaai fanl'if. caa "EDglIia", Kaifal dtli il. irraaa, k J i, t'aWIa wlaalta far UaUu aatluaa. txHa flr.fc "crvilMlHt.toirMlfrt. Mails fromhnMlPniint n.. which tho printing point is beneath' tho typobars, and you have to look down into them or between thorn to see what you have, written. Touch n key in the keyboard and joii change tlio color of your writing instantly from black, blue or purple to red. 1'res the Tabulator Key at tho left (in front) for paragraphing, writing the complimentary closing, etc. ; also for nil kimU of billing. At tho Tight (in front) Is our Hack Space Key. This moves tho carriage backward fur making correction, or putting in punctuation. Tills kev also enables tho opoiator to erase a word of three letters anil write one of four in its pluce, l'ic the Hlencil Key shown at tho left (front) for making stencils from which thou-ran.f duplicate letters can bo made. Four rows of koj n reduce the shifting The right Shift Key lock automatically for writing in all rnps. A positive automatic bine Lock prevents you from writing beyond a predeterlino not straight aoross from spool to spool as on others thug using ult mined lino. Tlio ribbon travels in u ''xig-xag- " of the ribbon and making it. last three or four limes as long as on other typewriters. Tho ribbon automatically itself from one i col in the other will. out nny attention from the operator. Carriages aro interchangeable, and run on bull bearing trucks, l'iuton are renin. able, m that both u hitnl and soft platen can bo used on the same typewriter. 'd Ilxtremel) light touch, "No falling leaf i lighter' than tho touch of tho Fox Typewriter." Choice of Elite, l'ica, Itnmiin, Jl diiim lioinnn, Jtalie T.xpi we c arrj more then thiee thousand special typo In stock, of our own in iniilui line, and run fumbli kejlMnirdsfur any hiii'.'utige. TlieFox has an easy,ulmost noiseless action, is very durable, sent eoiiipleto witii eleaning iiiillit and uu lnl covtr witli Juniluood base. hii I This Ir. the For. the tvnewriter wo maniifacturo this Is the typewriter that wo will send t.i auvone anvwhere in the luiled Mute., on Five Trial, nil express charge fully paid no "red tape" nodelay no obligation to buy. If purchased nficr liiul tut can puy a. little down whatever yoi can spare iind the balance in small muntlily payments. I.'e.ider, in all ulncerlty we can bnnenly nny litis proposition ha never been equaled by tiny other typewriter coin." Nri MV giving us your name nnd address so wo can send you our ciilu iii.v, and all we ask is that you write us today ii and wr!tt'you peiiaiiiuilly about our typew rller and Free Tjhil offer, one-third. re-wiCon-ileiiM- l.ocik at the illation of iiur New Fox Visible Typewriter, shown above, and pomparo It with any other typewrit er vou have ever seen or iiied. Hero is a really YISIHI.E typewriter note that the printing point is on top n plain Hilit, and that tho typo bars rise from whom they are lying and strike tho platen in full ylow of the operator, and ln"a ilireet lino i visum, ttiid tuat nil or wlint you havo written remains In full sight until tho paper is removed from .tho typewriter, ('omi)iiru. this witli those old style typewriters, that some Hrms are still advertising as visibles. hut on 11 ds Fox Typewriter Co., Manufacturers, ESFtiSSgSSb. Ciay Cily Times, J-ocal lu''Tu'' Representative for Clay City and yicinity.