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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): June 19, 1913 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1913 cla1913061901_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 19, 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. Sl.OO a Year In Advance. We are here lb help CUy Cifv, the ' SorfoonJing Coonlry and Ourselves. .1. E. Hurohcr, I'uijIiMier. VOL. XVIII. Candidates' Pledge. selves and Of, AT OITY, the citizens of Powell county that should we break this pledge either in fnctor substance that we will immediately withdraw in the race in which we are now engaged ; and wo further agree and pledge ourselves that on, the day" before' the Primary election to bo held on August the 2nd, 1013 that we will sign an affidavit that we have not used any of the nforesaid means to corrupt the citizenship and to win votes forourselves or for any other. Having icad the above and being sensible of all that it contains! here unto subscribe my name. Married at Irvine. Mr. Millard Ledford, of Powell county, and Miss Jennie Turner, of Wolfe county, were married at the court house on the 11th inst. ; Judge Witt, in his usual graceful and impressive manner, officiating. After the ceremony, the newly married couple, to gether with several friends, repaired to Tftdd's ice cream parlor and tho Judge "set 'em up." Y.r THURSDAY Crop Report. JUNE t i J!). 1913. it here. tol NO. 25 the pledge up to Following .i : iii tiz luw-tne canuiuaies lur uiuuu in r... j ell county to sign. It is a good one, and one that every candidate, doubtless, will readily sign. As it is signed by the various candidates, their names will be published. There is a copy of tho pledge at this office. Come in boys arid "stick your fist to it" and make yourself solid with, the reform,, element for better a i-- In conclusion the crop report for KentucEy, June 1st, says: "The condition of apples is 85 per cent, pouches. 78.6 per cent, pears 01 pef ce'uK plums 07 per cent, cherries 04;5, grapes 89 per crop has cent. Raspberries been fairly (rood. w.ll be a meUiuhi'erop. There is ry largest blackberry-- crops tho State has ever had, . overv promise for one of t he pol-tic- s. THE PLEDOB. We, tho undersigned candidates . . both political parties, being cognizant of the fact that much evil ii nd. degradation to the citizens and voters of Powell county, Kentucky .mid' other sections of the state have t'en brought about by the evil practices of the use of money and intoxicating liquors to influence voters to vote in certain ways; we hereby solemnly pledge ourselves as candidates of the Republican and Democratic party that we will neither use whiskey nor money- or any intoxicants or anything of value on of procuring votes for ourselves or for another and that we will not permit any other person to do so either directly or indirect'y and we further agree between our- of - Estill Tribilno. Mesdames Georgia Ford, of Georgetown, and Lizzie Jackson, of Frankfort, are here at the bed side of their aunt, Mrs. J. H. Eaton, who is so very low at this , time. 3 1 1 LEXINGTON'S BOOSTER " SPECIAL Will Leave Lexington TUESDAY, JUNE hand directfons'for handling this malady, abulletin prepared by the State Veterinarian, Dr. Rob ert ,Grahamv and directions for disinfecting infected stables. These will be sent free upon ap plication to the Hepartment. "There has, beon a large corn crop planted, the stand is almost perfect; andfurmers are ursjea to try shallow slid frequent cultivation for the eomlnn season. The old idea thaVrttlree or. four pl'ow- ings were F.ofncient to make a com crop should be abandoned, and if possible, plow five, six, or seven tinlesr.but.plow shallow. The farmer can jery nearly count on getting atf;'extra barrel of corn for every extrfJiptowing he gives" his corn. If it is only a bushel it will nearly piy?lts cost." . "There iB:a disease known as (J:(tarrhni Fcfver or "Pink Eye" a mo lie: horses in several counties, Tho diseaso is proving fatal in many instances', and farmers are warned agaitistcttking Animals to towns where this disease is known to exist and against working them if the animals once become in fected. This, department has on 24, and Return WEDNESDAY, JUNE 25. ONE HUNDRED Of Lexington's Business Men will visit Eastern Kentucky Qn a Special Train, bringing with them the Best of Friendship from the Ojjeen of the Bluegrass. Lilly" at her home at Kissjmmee, Florida, last Sunday morning. Death was attributed to heart disease, deceas ed having been in ill health for the past several months, ohe is survived by her husband, Judge James W. Lilly, who formerly edited a newspaper at Stanton, and is well known here. Estill Tribune. . One of the worst storms of the season struck this, place Tuesday afternoon, doiug considerable damago by blowing down trees and fencing. Rain fell in tor rents for a full half hour, lhe ruin didn't exteud any further east than Bowen. f Relatives' here have received of the death the sad intelliire-nce Mt6.ttiiBSr One man buretcd his pi, shooting steel bullets and had t Mrs D. R. ClAik was in.JaukHOn scud it oil to be iixed. several days Inst week, Mies Anna will visit there the coming week. Candidates from all 'iv-the county were In town at tho opening Will Young, of Morehead, was court, sha'king hands with oni attending .court this week in the in- rf all and asking for the und of tlie terest ease. of the voters. There arc suppoit oine that The State examination for touch it will ne hard to decide who t ers will be h Id Friday and Satur- vote for because all are clean, good day at Stanton. Several are plan men, but with others ti will not bn very hard to eliminate t'e ones who ning on taking it. are undesirable. The entfrtainment given by Miss Baldwin at the Christian church There will he a call meeting of was. well attended and was enjoy-ed- . the Republicans nt the Court House The night was a hot one und nt Stanton next Saturday night. the people felt it keenly. At this meeting it will probably be determined as to who shall be the A. T Stewart will leave for a men who will enter the race for trip to the catt and the Atlantic the various offices. Let every gool coast this week to be gone several man who is a Republican be at that days. Mr. Stewart says that the meeting and let him eee that tho east has an attraction for him now best men of the county are selected. ' tlut it never had before. Do not allow a man to enter who Mrs. Nancy Jackson, of Louis will not be a credit to the county, ville, is visiting with Romulus .hick-so- n and who will make us a good officer this It is because the good men of tlx and Mrs. Mary Jackt-oweek. Mi. and Mrs. R. C. Rat- - different parlies do not nttend thee cliffe, of Winchester, are also visit meetings that we get bad officers. This applies equally as well to tlm ing the Jacksons this week. There is a contest going on in Democrats. The best men of thai the Christian Endeavor Society. party ought to get together and deThe one who wins the most points mand that the best men be selected has a banquet given them by the Circuit Court opened here Monlosingside. It is doing wonders in day. Judge J. M. Benton gave i building up the society and making strong charge to the jrrand Jury it much more interesting. The docket is very light this court Doc Hall has moved to his farm there being a few misdemeanor cahe bought near Lexington. He had ses. Henry Miller was fined 871) the misfortune to run his automo- and ten days in jail for drawing bile into the river Saturday evening pistol on Alfred and Henry Blaine Creech was given ioO and had to let it remain all night before it could be gotten out and and twenty days in jail for disturbing religious worship at Hatton then it took a team of mules. Creek; Emmet Gilbert submitted Mrs. Alicia Derthick, who has the law and facts and was fined $2." beenfbpendirrg- the- winter' in Tenand twenty days in jail for carrynessee, accompanied by her ton, H. ing a concealed weapon. Jamea J. Derthick, arrived for a visit in Derickson was given a fino of $20 will leave for her and cost for disturbing religious Stanton. She home in Ohio next week accompa- worship on Hatton Oretk. By nied by her son, Paul Derthick. the Commonwealth Reece Bowen charged with There was plenty of evidence that there was liquor in town Saturday. shooting at Henry Skidmore was The boys literally shot the town up continued till next term of court. from one end to the other. These The docket being light there was things do not happen other places no court held Tuesday and and there ought to be a stop pot to of j Jake Neal, of near Rosslyn. r Bowen-Skidmo- re -- j Can-dil- l; - vvvv-w-w-- v Souvenirs By The Carload these Business Men. Mr. and Mrs. Dillard Woosle'y, of Mt. Sterling, have been called to the bedside of the former's brother, Will Woosley at Old Behold! 1 h Furnace. Will be distributed to all who come to the train to meet Look Here! We are Your Friends; to do the Business for You. We give you Full Weight, and make the Price Right, Quality in STANTON NEWS. Itoxie Akere, of Clay City, is visiting among friends this week. Mrs. Hettie Ilardwick has been visiting her son, John nardwick, at Prof. Grella and his Famous Italian Band will give Free Concerts at all stops. Tliis Booster Train, filled with Big, Warm Hearted Men, stop at will Winchester. Henry Tipton was over on Hard-wicwho 8 Creek to see his father k' CLAY CITY ON is very s!ck. Mrs. Marearet Vance and chil dren will visit in Lexington among friends and relatives this week. Everything. l-2- one day last week to the daughter Ilenrv Derickson was married Tuesday, June 24, from 8:50 o clock to 9: 0 o'clock. 1 GRAND - 35c Silk, 22 Meat by the side, 14 Pure Lard, can $6.50; 50o Table Linen 35c Sugar, owt. $5.30 $1.00 Corsets, 90o. c; l-- 2c in 4th July CELEBRATION At AIT. STERLING, KV. Come down to the Depot. Shake hands with the fellows who arc coming to see you. Men's Hats at Low Price. Gome and be convinced on these artioles and any thing else. We give 18c per lb. for Hams and Frying Chickens. $1,000.00 Display Fireworks iu Evening. Motorcycle, Trotting, ebration. Running Get your share of the Souvenirs bisten to the Band Concert. ' Races and JJaseball in atteruoon. An absolutely safe and sane eel MONTGOMERY COUNTY PAIR GROUNDS. LOWE & CROWE, Rosslyn Merchants. THE TIMES. rtfBLISHEP KVJERT TUURSDAT. Subscription rates SI a year or three years in advance $2. J- - C. Burgher, Publisher. second-clas- Entered as s mall matter. Thursday, Juno 17, 1913. CLUB RATES. For the convenience of our subscribers, we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned: Our friend Breckinridge must The Times and have gone crazy or else he has Courier-Journ$1.00 been investing heavily in rail Cincinnati Enquirer 1.10 road stocks. 90 Louisville Herald The idea of increasing freight Home and Farm 75 Inland Farmer 1.00 rates when today the people of American Farmer 90 the country are being robbed by Southern Agriculturist 75 having to pay exorbitant freight al per comments on' the hardships and tho sacrifices of tho railroad companies, and from that editor inl wo quoto the following : "It is impossible for tho roads to increase their charges' for car rying passengers. They have ask ed permission to increase their freight charges. Unless that permission is granted it seems at present certain that they can not secure the new capital to meet the needs for tho extension of their lines and for the increase of their facilities to take care of the increased business of the country." discriminated against in tho mat- ter of freight rates and only re- cenly the then exorbitant rates were increased. Tho relief is duo the people and not tho rail- roads and wo trust that Mr. Breckinridge first find out what the freight rates are and then a- u: .,t. an absurd, ridiculous editorial argument-Jac- kson Times. wm 8o,ne people show ignorance in "7ng to numiiug some people who have a little more sensothan tney think they have and nioro 80080 than the one has that is "ying to do the humbuggiug. Persons who "haven't a frieud on earth" nol to be found, rr. Most Children Have Worms jinny mothers think their chil- dren ore suffering from indigestion,, headache, nervousness, weakness, costiveness, when they are victims of that most common of all children's ailments worms. Peevish,. fretful children, who toss and jrind their teeth, with bad breath and colicky pains, have all theBymptoms of having wornic,. and should be given Kickapoo Worm Killer, a pleasant cindy lozenge, which expels worrap, regulates the bowels, tones up the system, and makes children well and happy, Kickapoo Woim Killer in guaranteed. All druggists, or by mail. Price 25c. Klcknpoo Indian Medicine Co., Philadelphia and St. Louis. nini,. I ,j. , now..Jht the,ro is a illUUUb. ful1 are every body's ,roP f "Qnra Primary ANNOUNCEMENTS. For County Judge. We are authorized to announce D. D. Potts as candidate for County Judge of rates. Where competitive rail- roads enter a city a rather decent rate exists, but where one road enters a city or community the Powell county, subject to the action of the Democratic primary election in August. We are authorized to annonnce D. R. Daniel as candidate for County Judge of Powell county, subject to the action of the Democratic primary election in August. We are authorized to announce W. T. Adams as candidate for CountyJudge of Powell county, subject to the action of the Democratic primary election in August. We are authorized to announce J. S. Ewen as candidate for County Judge of Powell county, subject to the action of the Democratic primary election in August. For County Attorney. We are authorized to announce 31. A. Phillips as candidate for County Attorney of Powell county, subject to the action of the Democratic primary election in August. We are authorized to nnnnnnpp A Tf Norton as candidate for County Attorney of Powell county, subject to the action of the Democratic primary clec- UUU 111 AUgUSI, For County Court Clerk. e are authorized to nnnnnnnn J P Crabtree as candidate for County Court Clerk of Powell county, subject to the action oi uio democratic primary elec tion in August. are authorized to nnnnnnnn T H Boone as candidate for County Court icrK ui county, sunject to the action of the Democratic primary elec- 6 UUU in AUgUS. We are authorized to announce Jno. F. Woodard as candidate for County Court Clerk of Powell county, subject iu iuu uuuuu oi nit! democratic primary election in August. For Sheriff. Mr. A. H. Norton, of Stantou, in this issue announces for Gouu ty Attorney in the Democratic primary August 2nd. Mr. Norton has served the county well as Circuit Court Clerk, and is a man that does well anything he undertakes. He has many friends all over the county who will up turn every stone that can be up- companies. turned in the bounds of honor, Today it costs more to ship a to secure his election. If nomi car load of flour from Lexington nated and elected he will doubt to Jackson than to ship a car of less serve the people of the couu flour from Minneapolis, Minne- ty with credit to both himself sota to Lexington, and vet that and his constituents. Blue Grass paper which is published in a city that is asking Ulcers and Skin Troubles Jackson for its trade, cries for If you are Buttering witn any relief for'the suffering railroads old, running or fever sores, ulcers, of the country whose largest boils, eczema or other skin troub stock holders are the world's les, get a box of Bucklen's Arnica greatest financiers and Salve and you will get relief promt- and who, notwithstand- ly. Mrs. Bruce Jones, of Birming ing this deplorable financial con- ham, Ala., suffered from an ugly dition of the railroads, are each ulcer for nine months and Buck day buying more and more rail- len's Arnica Salve cured her in road stock. two weeks. Will help you. Only Eastern Kentucky is being 25c. Recommended by all dealers. money-makers, rates are exorbitant. Where is the Kentucky Railroad Commission. What do they do and where is their place of hiding? Why do they not investigate the freight rates being charged the people of Eastern Kentucky and why does not the editor of the Lexington Herald investigate the conditions as they are rather than accept as true a statement of the railroad w .nuuuesiBr wiere were a uuuuiumes mat inougnt tney could make the race without an nouncing tnrougu tne papers Every one of them were badly beaton as they should be. A can didate that is too stingy to have his announcement published in the paper that he expects to sup port him if nominated, should, really, not receive a single vote. All of the candidates in Powell, at least for county offices, have treated us fairly, each one an nouncing and paying us the cash. This speaks well for our list of candidates. The Times only wish es that there was an office for all of them. A physical giant with a dwarf. ed soul seems sadly out of place jn tliis old world. Many a man gets turned down while waiting for something to turn up. Let Us Show You Some of Our New QOODS. Some Beautiful New -- ReadytoWear Suits that are bound to please. Our line of I Lawns, Percales, and other Dress Goods should be seen to be appreciated. Gome in and let us fit you up ready for the summer weather with goods that are both slylish and cool. We have our usual large certainly pjease you. 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? J The McGopmick Mower The old true and tried Machine that does the Work and. does it Right. We are authorized to announce D. W. Martin as candidate for Sheriff of Powell county, subject to the action of tho Democratic primary election in August. We are authorized to announce II. T. Derickson ns candidate for Sheriff of Powell county, subject to the action of the Democratic primary election in August. We are authorized to announco J. Q. Rogers as candidate for Sheriff of Powell comity, with J. J. lteed as Deputy, subject to the action of tho Republican primary election in August. Wo are authorized to announce T. J. Ponder as candidate for Sheriff of Pow- eu county, subject to the action of tho ttepuoiican primary election in August For Superintendent ol School. art! authorized tn nnnniim.a Afro K. S. Nohannan as candidate for Suner- AVo Price for the Season, Accounts of all sizes welcomed by the J$43. . if. Clay City National Bank, CLAY CITY, KENTUCKY. iibvuuiTUb ui k;jiiuiB vi x uweii county, subject to tho action of the Demo cratic nrl.nury election in August. For Assessor. We are authorized to announce S. A r.aster as candidate for Assessor of Powell counts, subject to tho action of tne Democratic primary election in August. We are authorized to announce On 31. Rogers as candidate for Assessor of Powell county, subject to the action of tno Democratic primary election In August. i- k- HOPE MILLS FJL.OTJ k AN UNEXPECTED QUEST will enjoy the delightful trial of bread that is made from the Peart Hour. The loaves made from thin high grade flour are Gne, light, white and of tempting flavor and u satisfying lucheon can be made on the excellent bread (with sweet butter) that is made from the Pearl flour. home-made for luncheon or dinner For Jailer. We oro authorized to announce Jesse urow us candidate for Jailer of Powell county, subject to the action of tho He publican primary election in August ,. Railroad, Rates. this Machine together with Rakes, and all other Farm Machinery of the International We sell In the Lexington Herald of date Mny 22 appeared an editor-la- l which to us seems beyond the pale of reasoning. At length, the' editor of that excellent pa-1 Harvester Company manufacture. H. G, Grabfree &vGo., Uay Qity, to awws. Ky.'Made by J. ANDREW CAIN, Versailles, Ky i 0 THE .A HOME-MADE TIMES. PAPER. THURSDAY, June 17, JJU3. LOCAL BREVITIES. . J. L. lown yesterday Dr. Martin. Martin, of Vinton, came to visit his son, Green Reynolds, of Irvine, vis ited his brother, Carter. Reynolds, near this city Monday ' night. - Dr. Martin reports the birth of a son to Mr,, and Mrs. or Harnett, Sunday morning, ' June 15th. ' and son, of Lexington, are visiting Mrs. Ourry's brother,..!. W. Bur-- c ton, and family, Mrs.'-JEd-gar, rfy J.-On- 1 Another one of the Clay City .National Bank statements appear in this issue, Read it and sitisfy your mind that Clay City has a fine banking institution as it is 'possible for it to maintain. Mrs. J. B. Eaton was token very sick last week with a com-- , plication of troubjes, and is, now at a very low stage with little hopes of recovery. This will m- deed be very sad news for Mrs. Eaton's many friends. Mr. and Mrs. . . J. F. Shinifessel Lex-"ington, v and Mrs. J. W. Burgher, of arrived here Tuesday to itteiid the bedside of Mrs. Mel-- v in Gravett, at Vaughn's Mill. Laxative for the Aged Mrs. Gravett is the mother of tions can be readily cured and the Old men and women feel the Mrs. Burgher and Mrs. Shimfes-,sel- . skin made clear and smooth witli need of a laxative more thnn young ' Wayland Graham, of the 'bedside-ohis sisthis week with their sister, Mrs. ter, Mrfl; J; B: Eatori. ' '"rto-: S. D.IIifll John W. Elkin, of Irvine, is in The, warmest, weather of., the the. city figiting his daughter, season has, prevailed tin's week, Mrs. J. E. Niblack, who has n, when the thermometer stood very, stak child, Mr. Elkin is the close to (he 100 mark. present, efficient Jailor of Estill and a candidate for Saturday will be the longest won the name of the best day in the year. After that date fie has Jailor jn the. stale, and fortius the days will gradually arow reason should be given the office shorter uutil December 22nd. again without opposition. There Edward Kose had a cow to die is no complaint against, the'serv-ice- s Saturday and Carter Reynolds him1, but we rendered had a valuable. colt to get cut on learn opposition. Their barb wire fencing Tuesday 'riight. only excuse being "we want the office,' ?: Judge Mann will preocfi'at the Hardwick's creek Methodist SPOUT SPRING; church Sunday. He will also Mr..nnd, Mrs. Shelt McKinney preach at the Chtistian churclriii and Sunday with this city the fifth Sunday. Mr. a"d Mrs. C. A. Coulee near From the r.eporfif Jhe Powell Stanton. County Deposit Bank in, this is Mrs. AsaSnowden passed away sue we find this iii3titutien Friday morning after a lingering in a most satisfactory condition. illness of consumption. Buna It will prove interesting reading at the A. J. Burnett home place to all concerned. Saturday afternoon. She leaves Yes, the Lexington boosters are no children. coming. Let's extend them a Lightning struck a tobacco most hearty welcome. Lexing- barn for T. S. McKinney Tnes ton has always treated mountain day afternoon, burning it togeth people fairly, a great deal more er with its contents including 200 so do they than some other Blue bales of hay, buggy, mowing ma grass cities that lay a larger claim chine and other articles. on mountain trade. Give the Elder Paul Derthick will Lexington boosters a lift by meet preach at the school house Satiug them in a large number at urday night Sunday and Sunday the depot next Tuesday, the night. Bro. Derthick is very Guaranteed Eczema Remedy popular n this neighborhood The constant itching, burning, where he will be greeted with a redness", rash and disagreeable ef good crowd to hear some more of fects of eczema, tetter, salt rheum, his valuable sermons. itch piles and irritating skin erup Best Frank-fort,is'f . he-ha- Mies Reese Shinifessel and brother1,' U'nss,'' nre nt Lexington A New Way Wagons, SulkyTurnirig PloW c'mplt. in 1 Merchandising. VERY. ATTRACTIVE Pitcher Pumps, Pumps, PRICES. 30 1.60 f " Ready mixed House Paints 1.07 Gal. Open Top Buggies, 30.85 up Top Buggies, 30.95 i : $47.00 and up Disc Grain D.:il. $21.45 up 23.95 " " Check Rower Com Planter, 28.35 " .66 " " Double Shift Rfding Cuitivaior 2 7 " Best Mow'ng MaclvV.e, on the market, 34.85 Felt Roofing, 50c per- square Gasoline Engines, $2750 up. SEE US FOR. FRIOJES A IS O CATALOGfES. Mrs. J. W. Williams. ( spent-Saturda- When in Need of to-b- Builder's Hardware, Cabinet Mantles, Grates, Tiles, Cooking or Heating Go to or Write Stoves, 2-- Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, 4 We are crowded for space this d Mveek-an- therefore many valuable correspondence and other articles are necessarily omitted. If t his advertising continues to im-- . prove we are going to enlarge iur paper. Truly business was never much better with the Times than it has been the past two months aud at present. Dr. Hobson's Eczema Ointment, Mr. J. C. Eveland, of Hath, III., says : "I had eczema twenty-fivyears nnd had tried everything. All failed. When I found Dr. Eczema Ointment 1 found u cure." This ointment is the for mil In of a physician and bus been in use for years not an experi ment. That is why we can guar antce it. All druggist?, or by mail Price 50c. Ffeiffer Chemical Co., Philadelphia and ht. Louis. Adv e Hob-son- 's folks, but it must be safe and harmwhich will not ruus pain. Drv.ipg's New Life Pills are especially good for the aged. for they act promptly and easily. bv all Price 'Zoc. Keconimenueu dealers. Adv. less and cne Winchester, - Ky. 58 9) (9 9) Something New! HARDWIflK & COMPANY. mm Come to Our Store And let us show you what we carry. a 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 tho most for your money or produce. We are especially im- nice line of goods Our stock of Dry Goods, Notionr, id Groceries, Hardware, Clothing, Shoes and etc. replete with Variety, Style and Quality. THIS COMBINED WITH OUK jj anxious for you to call who aro interested in these portant points. THSZ It is our aim to carry everything the But want to we Low Prices .Make it to your people want, but can not hero mention aU. RELIABLE CHURN i call your attention to the following lines "Walk-Over" that handle. for Sale by inteitst to give us a good share of We strive to please our customers be- flARTlN & HACKWORTH CLAY CITY, KY. your trade. cause we know satisfied customers are our best aesets. And other Places in the County and Surrounding Counties. Yours to please, WALDRON & JOHNSON, Waltersville, Ky. One of the grandest and best things in the way of uchi'rn that has ev- e been put out, Any woman or man that has churning to do, can't afford to be without one of, these churns. Take it and try it and if you are not perfectly satUhed with it, nod if it don't give perfect satisfaction in every wuy, bring or send it back and your money will bo re- mi - . It is o itmc saver, labor dtetocr and butter maker ,t Shoes for Men and "Queen Quality" Shoes for Women, in all tho new things in tans, gun metals and patents in both low cuts and regular shoes, "Astor" Brand Hats for len and Boys, Hart, Sohaffner, and Marx and ''Heart" brand Clothing for Men, ''Mintor" Brand Clothing for Boys. We have them for both Men aud Hoys In the latest styles in plain, ulso in tho new and popular Norfolk suits. Women's trimmed und Hats in panamas and other popular styles, Men's panama hats, wool, silk and wash dre6s goods in all the new things, ruin coats for ull, neckwear, suit cases, trunks, carpets, umbrellas, etc., etc ready-to-we- Prices, $6.50 and $7.00. Hardwick & Co., Stantcn J REPORT OP THE CONDITION OF THE fails to cure. Send for list of testi conclusion of Monday's session, monials. At Clay Oity in the state ol Kentucky, adjourned court until today. Address F. J. Cheney & Co., June 4th, 1918. at.the close of business RICHMOND, KY. Toledo, O. of carpet rags. We For Sale A lot C RESOURCES. A Training Sold by all Druggists, 75o. $09,027 81 have. also, a number of empty I School for Teachers Loans and discounts Take Hall's Family Pills for fruit jars which we shouldlike to Overdrafts . secured and un- tBBBI B BMM1 tlUnaMUMUMfl U l0tT. ...... 1.072 07 sell or whloh we would be glad to dbaiimmI (KM. . V" U DBUUlVUtitil TT.S.Bnndg to secure circul'n 25,000 00 used by some person or 26.747 60 have Bonds, securities, etc f.."-.- i J.i.r.. w.njla. IMMMMMMMMMMHWI r for canning "on the shares". Banking-hous- e, furniture ano. 1.000 Art Utah.... 100,000 Highland Orphans' Heme, CAPITAL, STOCK. IT, FWTITB1IM. 5j I 15,14489 SURPLUS AND UNagents!.... '. Cow Peas for Sale. DIVIDED PROFITS, 2OO.0OO p oO Seed peas at market price. Now find cents . Bank, vki Lawful Monet Rbsjervk inns ti 50. Will go higher later. n ot4 a 0i,c,-'J. E. Burgher. 8,914 05 Clay City National Bank much faith in its ouratlve Circuit court convened at Stan have so powers that they offer One Hunton Monday. The docket was for any case that it lieht. so Judge Benton, at the dred Dollars See us for your ehoe wants. Mrs. J. W. Williams OVKfl B VRAM CXPRRICNOK Hftnaa I Baaaaaaa . Dcaiaxa m AABvniaura AO. RmrTn 8..u mlu AkMI UkMi tEroah Ma ran Pwnt. i to. rolTt per-son- B 1 1 brMllliWf4Mton. I, ) mini W Wit nlnk-nla- . i u Redemption fund with U. S. Treas'r(55K of cir'l'n) Total I 1,250 00 1144,06627 LIABILITIES. $25,000 00 Capital stock paid in w Surolus fund TTmliridnd nrofits less expenses 2,781 64 And turns nnid bank notes outstanding 24,400 00 Nat'l 033 45 Tinn tn nthnr Nat'l Bonks. ... Tn.i:!f1..o1 iTannattfl atllllpOt to felt.... Cashier's checks outstanding Total ) 84.91618 1,35 00 $144,006 27 J ' 1V!.:it Pmlilor nf thn fl- bove named bank, do solemnly swear mo Tliat ine auove Bwuemeni. i irra best of my knowledge ana oenei. County op Powell, State or Kentucky, Tt ; thn moat wonderful remedy for relieving pain I have ever used. Capt Anderson Berry, Lexington, Ky. tlilallnlmpnt nnd the riain and like magic. Bareness disappeared Jailer W. T. Ballenger, Lexington, Ky. T?. vallntrtncr lipa Mill Tiallll this Subscribed and sworn to before me Old newspapers for eale at this liniment beats anything I ever saw. J. this 12th dav of June 1913 II. Letton, Lexington, Ky. oluce. Patrick Henry. Notary Public. It is the onlremedy I have found My commission expires Jan. 29, 1918. that has given.mo .ahy relief sincel was pcralized four years ago. Mrs. Susan Correct Attest : Wclborn, Newburg", Ind. Directors Chas Scott, ft :t f.1. mllavi. nnvHitr in nnv mm r.r thn tuvW in flften minutes.asK Jno.D. Atkinson, ) J V ,t Land Productive. Jcr your.'.w Make Your Wet money back. SOLD BY ALL LEADING Report of the Condition of The Rv the use of drain tile you car. DRUGGISTS. USeleBS. HW8H1' TAT Sioo Reward, $ioo. The readers of this paper will be Dleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that eoi- enoe has een able to cure in all itastaa'.s. and that Is Catarrh, Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only oo8itive cure now known to the iaedical fraternity. Catarrh being Hall b u constitutional treatment. 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 COULD SCARCELY Westchester Bank.J Kt. orl WALK ABOUT Phesi 3 WmoKBxKB, N.IIorj.Y WiTHBitsroojf, Oahhibh. W. E. Sphak, 3 As! Fr Tltee Surai Un. Vb-cert Wm UmHc U Atte4 tt believe I would have died if I hadn't taken it. After I bean taking Cardul, I was greatly helped, and all three bottle reHmmwwL Her Aiy lieved me entirely. 1 fattened up, and grew so much Hffl, N. C "I suffered for stronger ia three months, I felt like an Pleaant three summers." writes Mrs. Walter other perse altogether.", la nurelv veeetable and eentle- Vincent, of this tows, "and the third and rrrinf fast time, was my worst actfng. Its ingredients nave a mild, tonic 1 had dreadful nervous headaches and effect, on the womanly constitution. prostration, and was scarcely able to Cardul makes for increased strength, walk about Could not do any of my improves the appetite, tones up the nerhousework. vous system, and helps to make pale, I also had dreadful pains in my back sallow cheeks, fresh and rosy. and sides and when one of those weak, Cardul has helped more than a million staktoe spells would come on me, 1 weak women, during the past 50 years. would have to give up and He down, It win surely do for you, what it has until it wore off. doaeforthera. Try Cardul today. 1 was certainly la a dreadful state of il In- health, when 1 faUy decided to try J--f Caraui. the woaua's toaic.aad I irmly TrUMtforW(MiiustlasWavnM. ! YOTJH AOOOtTNTS SOUOITKD 3 a 'Vi M w usv VA MIASmS tf SHIPP'S QUICK- RELIEF LINIMENT. This Is the Halment the people are talking atout. 1 Farm Drain Tile tnrn that lnw. wet. 07 field into the most productive V Powell County Deposit Bank. spot on your larni. uouu mo, properly piacea.not oniy curncn uu doing business at the town of Stanton, Srplu8 water, it admits air to the Countv of Powell. State of Kentucky, e81 and makes it easy io wons. at the close of bnslness on 4th day of J.t improves any son. ine increace la the value of the land is many June, 1813. timet thn mcr, nf the tile. The first wax's crop from tiled land pays RER0UR0ES. can ao ne wot Loans and Discounts . . $67,228.28 tor it. Any Doay successfully, write ior parucu-Imt- e 661.29 or csll at our plant. cured Ktnka. Ttnnrln nnd other Se 2,038.68 Ked River Brick & Tile . . . curities. 6,642.22 . . Due from Banks, Company, 2,990.91 . . . Cash on hand, KENTUCKY STANTON, RontiniT Tf nu.n. Vnrniture. and RIGHT HBRE IS YOUR GHANCE TO BUY straight-from-the-Should- THAT er TYPEWRITER! 01 This is a a Typewriter Man to the Readers No other typewriter built L'tirUIess or any cuims uijuc re- - Typewriter Talk by ine may uty nmw. wnetner you hbtd uu zi ..an of a typewriter or not, you x es for one many timea over, you sir, wo mean jit; everydaymethcontinuo using the old.slow od of writing with a pen you a unconsciously paying for a typecute hm writer. The farmer who with- ev- grain with a scythe pays ery drop of sweat for a reaper, ir you are neglectful of your wearing apparel and expose yourself unnecessarily to the rain and cold you are paying for tbo very wing that would have kept you well and comfortable. lUmember this and mark it well : You must pay pay pay for the necessities ofthia life, whether you use them or not. 1. .1 have-pai- . . , 1. Fixtures, .Total, 4,875.00 $84,836.28 Fox So equal of the new tn Visible m LIABILITIES. Capital Stock paid in. in cash $16,000.00 3,000.00 . . Surplus Fund, TTnrilntrieil Prnflta. lpau exnonB 880.29 . fs and taxes Da id. Deposits subject to oheok, Time Deposits, BiUs Pavable Total, . Trees! Trees! Trees! Fruit and Ornamental Striwberries, Shrubs, Hedglng.As parocus, Rhubarb, drapes, Ros es, Peonies, Phlox, etc. Bver thine lor Orchard, Lawn andOardcn 2,359.00 60,456.09 . . . 5.C00.CO $84,836.28 number and convenience of its special features, unere are many good typewriters being built and uoir SOlU, DUIWe Claim 1UI m Fox Visible Typewriter tnat n is better man me ue w that its automatic features combined cannot be found in any other typewriter. The New Fox is a typewriter that will meet with the approval of the most critical user. A single demonstration will convince you we will make it at our expense, n you win permn u. ..! in nrnrlrinatiahlD. 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