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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): June 26, 1913 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1913 cla1913062601_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 26, 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. , f' THE CLAY CITY TIMES. si.oo aTear in Advanw. : V t are here to help Clay City, the SorroonJing Country and Ourselves. .1. C Burgher, Publisher. VOU XVIII. Boosters Visit Us. PLAY CITY. K.Y., THURSDAY Candidates' Pledge. We, the undersigned candidates JUNE 26, 1913. NO. 20 er as it comes. Soon they are rustISttild a ed out nnd no account. little barn or shed and "tore all your farming tools when you are not using them and ym will be surprised how many more yei r they will last. Paint up your buildings nnd see how it preserves them and how well the lork. It is cheaper to paint than to keep repairing a house that is weather beaten and rotting down for. the, Suit ..Against Railroad, The Lexington Boosters swooped down upon us Tuesday morning more than one hundred strong. They brought with them" a baud that knew how to play aud hundreds of souVGnirs, load-iii- g dow n every one who came to meet them. They were extended tlio welcome hand in a brief peecrr by Judge Mann. - He was oeponaedfto hy 6s HI Olay,-s-e retary of the Lexington Commercial Ulub, io which he lauded Clay City people iti the highest terms. A. most cordial invitation was extended our people to come to Lexiugtou, and we are going. Distilleries Destroyed. Richmond says: Deputy United States Marshall William Mays and Captain W. T. Short, returned from Estill county Tuesday, wJiere they destroyed two moonshiue distilleries, together with several hundred gallons of beer. They John Embry Willie Bagby, operators of one of the distilleries. The latter is only eighteen years of age. They also had in custody five bootlegers captured in Irvine, Ky. They were Monte Powell and his wife, Dave Cox, Kd Burns and Ben Rollins. A dispatch from cup-tured petition, headed by J. D. Winn, 0. K. Noland, C. T. Grin- s'ead, J. P. Harris, 0. Marcum, Jas. A. Wallace, Chilton Neal, E. P. Campbell, A. D. Snowden, W. P. Williams, D. A. Wallace, Jno. A. Wallace, F. .7. Stevens and Sherman Land, acting for themselves and all residents and taxpayers of the county, was filed in tiirctiit Court here Wed; ncsday against the R. N. I. & B. Railroad Co., ect., seeking to compel the surrender of the bonds and coupons issued by the county to said company as a subscription for the building of the road. The petition also seeks to enjoin the County uourc irom levying a tax to pay said bonds. The 6Uit was brought by Judge G. W. Gourly, and makes many allegations,. The same question was in litigation some years ago aud was carried to the U. S. Supreme Court, Estill county being unsuccessful at eveiy step. The amount involved over $00,000. Estill A Tri-bune. STANTON NEWS. of both political parties, being Jouett Boone and Marion Atkinof the fact that much evil son have gone to Cincinnati to try aud degradation to the citizens and voters of Powell county, Kentucky their fortune. and other pections of the state have Miss Anna Clark ar.d Callie Bob-in- s brought about by the evil received firet clasp certificates of money and practices of the unci intoxicating liquors to influence vo- in the county examination held ters to vote in certain ways; we Saturday. htreby solemnly pledge ourselves as Ruth Mapel and Butler Barnes, candidates of the Republican and Democratic party that we will nei- of Hatcher's Creek,' have children ther uc whiskey nor money or any that are very sick with- - whooping lack of intoxicants or' anything of value on cough and fever. cog-nixii- nt it. The Misses Hazelrigg and Mar pledge that they will not use nor selves or for another and that we will not permit any other person to tin, of Clay City, and Mies Wha-lev- , permit their friends to use either do so either directly or indirect'y of Sharpaburg, visited at the money or whiskey in the coming and we further agree between our- home of M. A. Phillips the past Primary election : M. A. Phillips, selves and the citizens of Powell should we break this week. Kate S. Bohannan, J. P. Crab-trecounty that e, behalf of procuring voteR for our- The following have signed'the pledge either in factor substnnce that we will immediately withdraw in the race in which we are now engaged ; and we further agree and pledge ourselves that on the day before the Primary election to be held on August 'the 2nd, l'JlIl that we will sign an affidavit that we have not used. any of the aforesaid means to corrupt the citizenship and to win votes for ourselves or for any other. Having read the above and being sensible oiall that it contains 1 here unto subscribe my name. Miss Frances Kabele left this week for her home at Engle 3rove where she will spend a month and then return to teach the Stanton College Banford. White, of Irvine, J. J. Bach, of Jackson, were in Stan ton in the interest of the big land suit that has been pending for some time. Mr. Cornelius Dailey, of Lexing ton, spent the day with Miss Bess Hardwick last Thursday. Bessie isvisiting her Bister, Mrs. J. O. Crawford at Jackson this week. Uphold Pension Law. The Court of Appeals Iibb affirmed the action of Circuit Judge Stoufcj'r upholding the ConfedeThus some rateTension law. time in the future the old veterans will cet tbeirpay. Thisisjust and we are glad to see the case bo' dace can be found to do t.his construed. The only thing Tegret-tabl- e than at fMt. Sterling. MY. Ster is that thecash is not avail-- , ling has always been kind toClajr a bleVInterest bearing state war- City, thus we hope to see many rants, however, can be discohnt-- of our people go over there and for cash always. celebrate this year. J Remember the big celebration at Mt. Sterling July 4th. There will be no picnic at OlavOity, and for this reason our people will be looking will be looking for a place to celebrate the nation's birthday, and no better Phillips, Kate S. Bofyinnan, ' J.- P. Crabtree, Jesse Crowe, A. T. Stewart, M. F. Benningfield, M. A. - - G. S; .Spuflock, Jamee.G. Rogers, A. v Knox, H. T. Derickson,,- I. S. Boone, John A. Sewell, Jno. F. Woodard. If you have any news items will you not please send or hand them in to the writer as he is away so much of the time it is difficult to get all the happenings of interest. Mr. Armstead Faulkner and wife of near Paris, are visiting at the homo of their daughter, Mrs. Henry Tipton. They will visit among fritndsand kin folks for about a month. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Warmouth, of Terre riaute, Ind., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Doc Dehart this week. Mrs. Dehart was called to Lombard to see her sister who is very sick thi week. Jatnea Warmouth Dead. James Warmouth, aged about seventy years, died in this city Tuesday night. He is the father of Mayor H. 0. Warmouth, who died in this city two years ago. His son, Ed Warmouth, a former Marshal, was called to Iub bedside from Terre Haute, Ind. Bu- the candidates for the various offices in Powell county run a clean J. B. Mitchell will have a sale race this year and so with that ob of house and lot aud househoud ject in view a piedgp has reen goods at Yirdon Jul v 5th. rial at Stanton today. drawn up and all candidates are beB. B. Thompson and family, who ing asked to sign it. The pledge have been living at Hazard for was published in last weeks paper and as soon as it was presented to some time, have moved to tnmr the different candidates they were property they bought of George all pleased with it. They feel that Patrick last fall. Mr. Thompson is it is very unjust that the citizens of the of Jack Welch, of Powell county make them buy their offices with money or whisRosslyn. key. It has been lecognized in the A new bridge over the middle past that the candidate who would fork of Red river about a mile a win must use them but they are de- bove Filson, near Faulkner's, has glad now that tho citizens are manding cleaner politics anu tney been completed. May we have ma are willing to aid in this movement ny more bridges in different parts for the elimination of money or One man of the county. They are badly whiskey in elections. said, "Yes sir. that is just the thing needed. I am looking tor. I want the peo MIbs Malinda Hatton is very sick ple to put me m for what 1 am Some Beautiful New and not able to sit up. The doo worth to the county aud not make tors hold out no relief for her. Ma mo buy the office," and he signed the pledge eagerly. As each canlinda has been a splendid school didate signs this pledge their teacher of this county for several names will be published and those that are bound to please. Our line of years and she the sympathy of all who do not sign their names will be THE RELIABLE CHURN her friends in her serious siokuesB. published also. With the charge that Judge tienton gave to tne for Sale by The Republicans met in their of about the & HACKWORTH county convention last Saturday grand juryare assured corruptingwill HARTIN that we voters we CLAY CITY, KY. in tne prose and nominated the men who should have his And other Places la tho Couaty aad for the various officers. Can cution of all who violate this pledge. run sarrouaaiaz counties. will be the duty of the citizens to Come in and let us fit should be seen to be appreciated. didates were selected for all offices It disclose any knowledge that they One of the grandest and best things except that of County School Sup may have of the buying and selling you up ready for the summer weather with goods that are both in the way of actrnrn that has ev erintendent. The Democrates must or influenc'ng of votes with money er been put out. Any woman or put up their best men if they want or whiskey. This movemont for stylish and cool. We have our usual large full store and can man that has churning to do, cau't clean politics is spreading all over afford to be without one of these to win in tho final elections. certainly please you. the country and we are glad Powell churns. Take it and try it and if No wonder so many farmers are county is falling into line. It will you are not perfectly satisfied with poor and have nothing. They wil be a g'reat day when we can say it, and II it don't give perfect satis that there is not a citizen of our faolion iu every way, brinjr or send buy new plows, mowing machines county who will debase himself or it back and your money will be re wagons, buggies and other degrade the name citizenship of funded. It is a time saver, labor and after they have used Powell county by the disposing of destroyer and butter maker. them leave them out in the fields or his vote to a candidate for any Prices, $6.50 and $7.0O. j.oad and let them take the weath According to a statemeut of Representative Victor Murdock Progressives will nominate candidates for Congress in the eleven districts of Kentucky for the 1914 elections. Something New! Jesse Crowe, A. T. Stewart, M. F. Benningfield, G. S. Spur-locJ. G. Rogers, S. G. Baker, A. T. Knox, H. T. Derickson, 1. S. Boone and John F. Woodard. One candidate whose name will be published later refused to sign at this time but said he would wait awhile before doing so. The other candidates will be seen as fast as can be and asked to sign. With the one exception all have signed it williugly and have expressed themselves as determined to carry out the pledge. There will be a vigilance committee, who will spot ever man that uses the same, and we trust that every man who calls, himsolt a citizen will give us the informa tion if they know 01 any one breaking,this pledge. Now, candidates walk up and show the people of Powell c'ouuty that you are for clean politics. The writ er has a pledge and one can be found at the office of the Clay City Times. When it comes to the Clay City Times you can rest assured that it is for the right thing. There has been a demand that k, -- Let Us Show You Some of Our New GOODS. son-in-la- ReadytoWear Suits I Lawns, Percales, and other Dress Goods SHIMFESSEL'S. imple-men- ts THE TIMES. PUBLISHED Peace in tlio6thMagiterial district, of who will perform his Prnvnll nniintr. suhfprt to thn notion credit to the county. of the Democratic primary election" in August. duties' with wmmmmmmm Grand Mr. Waiter B. Thackor announces m this issuo of the Subscription rates $1 a year or three Times for County School Supor-- 1 years in advance 82. intendent, subject to the action, of the Republican primary in J E. Burgher, Publisher. August. While his politics do Entered as second-clas- s mail matter. no t exactly suit us, wo baliovo that Mr. Thacker would make us Thursday, June 2G, 1913. a good Superintendent. He will be remembered as One of the teachers who so satisfactorily CLUB RATES. taught the school in this city Inst For the convenience of our we have arranged club rates year, and wo believe him well with the following papers at pricee qualified to fill the office for below mentioned: which he aspires. He has many The Times and Republican friends throughout Courier-Journ$1.00 re14 Cincinnati Enquirer 1.10 the county, and will doubtless ceive the nomination from his 90 Louisville Herald If 75 party without opposition. " Home and Farm " Inland Farmer 1.00 nominated, be will more than " American Farmer 90 prove to be a strongcandi-dat" Southern Agriculturist 75 likely KVKItr THURSDAY. The Times has received a letter from a very prominent citizen of Loo county, offering to join us in the fight against tho sale of the L. & E. to tho L. & N. Other counties are interested. Let us hear from them, too, as the larg- 4th July Celebration at Mt. Sterling; Ky. $1,000.00 Display Fireworks in Evening. "Motorcycle, Trotting, Running Races and Baseball in m m m m m afternoon. An absolutely safe and sane eel ehrntion. .... er the opposition, tho better. Wo must control the L. & N., or the L. & N. will control us. Owsley Stanley seems to bo gaining every day in his race for U. S. Senator, Gov. McOreary's entrance into tho ring, notwithstanding. Stanley is a mighty sound man on some strong points, and it might be well that his popularity increase. MONTGOMERY COUNTY GROUNDS. lAIK ft sub-soribe- A New Way in' Merchandising. Due Grain Drill. ,$21.43, ip Check.Rower Com Planter, 28.33 " Double Shift Riding Cultivator 2 7t50 " Best Mowing Machine on 34.85 the market, Felt Roofing, 50c per square Gasoline Engines, VERY ATTRACTIVE PRICES' al this fall. ANNOUNCEMENTS. For County Judge. The assessment value of & N. Railroad, which I'owell county, subject to the action of the Pemocratic primary election inAu-Kus- t. Potts We are authorized to announce D. D. ns candidate for County Judge of action of the Democratic primary tion in August. It. Daniel as candidate for County Judge of Powell county, subject to the elec- We are authorized to annonnce D. '' We are authorized to announce W. T. Adams ns candidate for CountyJudgp of Powell county, subject to the action of the Democratic primary election iii August. Wo are authorized to announce J. S. Kwen 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 M. A. Phillips as candidate for County Attorney of Powell county, subject to the aetion of the Democratic primary election in August. Mr. John A. Sewell, of Walters-ville- , We are authorized to announce A. II. announces in the Times this Norton as candidate for Counjty Attorney of, Powell county, subiect to the week for Justice of the Peace in action of the Democratic primary elec the 6th Magisterial district of tion in August. Powell county. Mr. Sewell is a For County Court Clrrk. man We are authorized to announce J. P. Crabtree va candidato for County Court office . through Powell county, last year was $7,000.00 per mile. The net profits, according to' reports of the Company to the State authorities were $2,081.00 per mile, or more than 20 per cent, on its assessed value. If every citizen tax payer of Powell county were allowed to pay tax on their property only when it produced 6uch an earning power, there wouldn't be $500 collected in the whole county. Why should the railroads be thus favored? Away with such rottenness. Make the railroads pny tax like other people, then there will be no drained treasury either at Stanton or Frankfort. Wagons, $47.00 and up c'mplt. 28.95 1 1 SulkyTuming Plow Lexington has always shown " Pitcher Pumps, N .86 due respect to us people of the "" 1.60 Pumps, e mountains, and, are our friends. Ready mixed House Paints .07 Gal. They have never fallen down on 30.85 up us on any occasion. They are Open Top Buggies, the L. deserving of our trade when we Top Buggies. 30.95 " passes must go away from home to deal 1 $27.50 up. Remember that today is the time to do the things that you put oil until tomorrow'yesterday. $ioo Reward, $ioo. SEE US 3TOR. PRICES AND CATALOGUES. Mrs. J. W. William! Did it Ever Occur to You That an account with a Clean, Strong Progr ssiv who is well qualified for the he seeks, and we are sure a Clerk of Powell county, subject to the belter man could not be found action of the Democratic primary elecin the district. He is a man of a tion in August. We are authorized to announce I. S. sober and Christian character, Jtoono as candidate for County Court and if the people of his district CJerk of Powell county, subject to the fiction of the Democratic primary ejec- select him, they can be well as. tion in August. sured that they have an officer are authorized to announce Jno. Woodard as candidate for County Court Clerk of Powell county, subject tP the action of the Democratic p.N mnry election in August. 1 The readers of this paper will be please'l to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that uoi ence has een able to cure in all its stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is tho only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional treatment. Hall'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 tldnt strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work. The proprietors have so much faith' jn its curative powers that they offer One Hun dred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure. Send for list of testi monials. Address F. J. Chenej' & Co., Toledo,. O. Sold by all Druggists, 75c. Take Hall's Family Pills for con stipation. Bank gave you a considerable prestige in the business world? Accounts of all sizes welcomed by the Clay City National Bank, CLAY CITY, KENTUCKY. tk-- mt ' We The McGormick Mower The o.d true and tried Machine that does the Work and does it Right. For Sheriff. We are authorized to announce D. W. Martin as candidate for Sheriff of Pow-t'- ll county, subject to the action of the Democratic primary election in August. Behold! Look Here! EC We aro authorized to announce II. T. Derickson ns candidato for Sheriff uf Powell cou , subject to the ac- Price for the Season, tion of the Den ocratic primary tion in August. elec- ell county, with J. J. lteed as Deuuiv. subject to the action of the Republ'- unil (illlimij ClUUllllll III rtUgUBl. Wo are ai ihorized to announce T, J, Tonder as candidate for Sheriff of Powell county, subiect to the 'action of tin. ltepublican primary election in August. "K Wo arc authorized to announce J. G. UoRers as candidate for Sheriff of Pow- ' $43. We are Your Friends; to do the Business for in You. ty, subject to the action intendent of School of Powell For Superintendent of Schoolt, Wo aro authorized to imnnminn Mra S. Hohunnan aarandidnto for Supercoun- cratic primary election jn August, of the Demo We are authorized to announce W. It. Tlmbkor as candidate for Sunerih. 'lomlentof .Schools of Powell, county, (subject to tlio ijction of Hepubllcan hi jaiiusi. in iiiuiry f ,por, Assessor., i Wo lire iiiithfirl.i'tl In iiiinniinpp S. A. Kustcr as uiimlti!iiti for Astci6ur of I ciiunts.iilijot't ty the Motion of I'm Democrat, - primary election In 'August. uii-i-iiui- ft i Everything. Meat by the side, 14 l2o; 35cSilk, 22 Wc give you Full Weight, and make the Price Right, Quality l-2o Pure Lard, can $6.50; 50c Table Linen 35c Sugar, cwt. $5.30 .$1.00 Corsets, 90c. 1 We are authorized to announce Geo. Itogerti for Ansi'Scor of Powell (lour.ty, subjei't tho action of M m Deiuocnilie piituary electiun in Allgtlht. . For Jailer. j M ti this Machine together with Rakes, and all other Farm Machinery of the International We sell Men's Hats at Low Price. Come and be convinced on these articles and any thing else. We give 18c per lb. for Hams and Frying Chickens. W'h nrc imtlinrizmi In mmiiiiiimiwi .Ti.etin fjruw as candidate lor Jailer of Povxell entity, hubtwt i the action of tlu lie iuiilli;aii juillfiiri ill .Uf,utH Harvester Company manufacture. ' LOWE & CROWE, i. Rosslyn Merchants. For Jiullcc of the I'eicv. W'u nro iilltlioi'lt il tn it ii tin (i J. A. Juitlucuf ,liul tlouvll ns ctttHlt'hkt 1 Hi G. 'GFabf pee & Go., Clay City, Ky. fr t THE TIMES. A HOME-MADE PAPER. THURSDAY, June 20, 1013 LOCAL BREVITIES. n our corropondeut, was hust-Stanto- Eld. Paul Derthick, in the city Monday. Dorie Wood,' of Winchester, spent the early part of the veek with friends in this city. Mrs. J. ilaton, who was so very low last week, is now some what inibroved, with hopes for 5. recovery. Mis Hottie Blair, of Morehead, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. A. T. Wlntt, retuned home Monday morning. Eider D H. Matherly will jured. preach at his old pastorate, the Of the railroads assessed hy the oiming Sunday. Judge Mann will State Board of Valuation at not preach at this time, as an- Frankfort last week, the follow ing assessments were made : Lou nounced last week. isville & Nashville, $7(1,000,000 The strange disease that is kil- Chesapeake & Ohio, $27,000,000 ling so many horses in different Illinois Central, $25,000,000 founties of the State, has struck Queen & Crescent, $17,000,000 Clark county, and the Winches- L. H. & St. L., $3,236,250 ter Sun Tuesday gave an account Lexington and Eastern, $2,400, i i ne dentil oi ten norses iroin 000. tin's new disease. Guaranteed Eczema Remedy llio iltiys arc now growing We have had considerable rain shorter, but it i'r hard to yet no this week which is making the tice the diU'eicncc. grass and the corn crops thrive. A heavy wind storm the last of Judge Mann reports the marthe- week blew down and entail-deriage of Mr. Strother Norton to considerable small grain. Miss Ma Hcllis, at the home of With all the rain that we have John McKolicrtR in this city Mod-daafternoon ; the Rev. Judge had, strange to say, the river has had no material rise. Some corn officiating. in the bottoms has been drowned Superintendent of Public In- out. Uamlett struction Burksdnle Have you seen that new patent says some one has been selling churn at the Company store? It examination questions and he is is certainly complete in after the (juilty parties hot. It tail and does the workevery de on the has always'been so, and always old principle, which is yet the will be so, but wo hope to see no only practical theory, but it does more of it in Powell county. the work so much faster and eas- Made The sinking of a fill, which had ier than the old way. To see one been weakened by the recent is to become interested inn great, b,eavy rains, was responsible for labor saver in the home. Buy a wreck late Monday afternoon one and save that good wife more s of the drudcerv on the Lexington & Eastern di than vision ot the L. &.N., near Mc in churning. Roberts, in which Engineer Clins Ulcers and Skin Troubles D. Noble was killed and Conduc If you are suffering with any tor Mason Beasley painfully in old, running or fever d USE nmw. rk MILLS ANUNEXPECTEDGUEST for luncheon or dinner will enjoy the delightful trial of homo inado bread that is made from the Poarl Hour. The loaves made from thin high grade (lour are tine, light, white and of tempting llavor and a Katiiify-inluclieon can be made on the excellent bread (with sweet butter) that is made from the Pearl Hour. g y COPvm&MT-AP-Kt-C- f by J, ANDREW CAIN, Versailles, Ky two-third- When 5 in Need of sores, ulcers, boila, eczema or other skin troub les, get a box of Bucklen's Arnica Salvo and you will get relief promt-ly- . Mr. Bruce Jones, of Birming-liam- , Ala,, suffered from an ugly ulcer for nine months and Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured her in two weeks. Will help you. Only 25c. Recommended by all dealers. Adv. Builder s Hardware. Cabinet Mantles, Grates, Tiles, Cooking or Heating Go to or Write Stoves, SPOUT SPRING. W. L. Byrd and R. S. Chris Candidates are in town every day now and it seems likely that there will be some warm races in t lie coming primary. If there jire any more prospective candidates they had better get busy, as the time for filing petitions will he up next Wednesday. Best Laxative for the Aged Old men and women feel the need of a laxative more than young folks, but itniust be safe and harm-lrs- s and cne which will not eaus pain. Dr. King's New Life Pills .are especially good for the aged, f.ir they act promptly and easily. Pi he 25c. Recommended by all dealers. Adv. redness, rah and disagreeable ef fects of eczema, tetter, salt rheum, itch piles and irritating skin erup tions can be readily cured and the 6kin made clear anil smooth with Dr. Hobson's Eczema Ointment Mr. .l.C. Eveland, of Bath, III., 6aye: "I had eczema twenty-fivyears and had tried everything, All failed. When I found Dr. Hob son's Eczema Ointment I found a cure." This ointment is the for inula of a physician and hus been in use for year6 not an experi ment. I hat is why we can guar antee it. All druggists, or by mail, Price 50c. Pfeiffer Chemical Co., Philadelphia and est. Louis. Adv. e topher attended court at Win The constant itching, burning, chester Monday. Lloyd Todd visited his mother, Mrs. Nanuio McKinney, near L. & E. Junction from Saturday till Monday. Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, Franklin Margison will teach our school this vear. He has moved near here to be close to his school. , Winchester, - Ky. Elder Paul Derthick preached lere Saturday night, Sunday and Sunday night. His fine sermons and pleasing acquaintance has made him a favorite with our people who all wish that he could be with us more frequently. The splendid Sunday-schoo- l which he organized here a few weeks ago, is prospering iar uevond our fondest hopes. Most Children Have Worms Many mothers think their chil dren are suffering from indigestion, headache, nervousness, weakness, costiveness, when they are victims of that most common of all chil dren's ailments worms. Peevish, fretful children, who toss and jrind their teejh, with bad breath and colicky pains, have all the symptoms of having worms, and should be given Kiokanoo Worm Killer, a pleasant candy loz enge, which expels worms, regu lates the bowels, tones up the sys tern, and makes children well and happy, Kickapoo Woim Killer is guaranteed, All druggists, or by mail. Price 25o. Kickapoo In dian Medioine Co., Philadelphia and St. Louis. HARDWIfiK & COMPANY. Come to Our Store And let us show you what a nice line of goods we carry. 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 whero you can get the best selections and the most for your money or produce. We are especially anxious for you to call who are interested in these imi8 our a'm t0 carry everything the portant Vow18- - Our stock of Dry Goods, Notion", v Groceries, Hardware, Clothing, Shoes and etc. is replete with Variety, Style and Quality. THIS COMBINED WITH OUR I' Low Prices Make it to your interest to give us a good share of people want, but can not here mention alJ. But want to call your attention to the following lines that wo handle. Shoes for Men and "Queen Quality" Shoes for Women, in all the new things in tans, gun metals and patents in both low outs and regular shoes, "Astor" Brand Hats for Men and Boys, Hart, Schaffner, and Marx and Heart" brand Clothing for Men, ''Mintor" Brand Clothing for Boys. We have them for both Men and Boys in the latest styles in plain, t,Uo in the new and Hats popular Norfolk suits. Women's trimmed and and other popular styles, Men's panama hats, wool, in panamas silk and wash dress goods in all the new things, rain coats for all, neokwaar, suit cases, trunks, carpets, umbrellas, etc., etc. Walk-Over" ready-to-wear your trade. Wu strive to please our customers be- An You cause weknowsatisfiedcustoniersareourbestaeseta. i Woman ? Yours to please, - : .; WALDRON & JOHNSON, ! V.I Waltersville, Ky. mmm i FN Cardui SALE AT ALL IHWItSTS The Woman's Tonic 4 Hardwick & Co,, Stanton. 0 taining about one half bound In many localities tho growing ed by beginning at n acre andand oak beech of turkeys has become almost cx stump; thenco with a northern course tinct ns tho results of a inali 132 feet to the center of county road nant parasitic disease known as thence with said road wcstcrnlv about blackhead. This disease is not 132 feet to the center of tho countv only extremely contagious but it road to a stake ; thenco castcrlv about 150 feet to the beginning or sufficient is very much aggravated through thereof to produce 4 CO 12, so ordered imbreedinc, which depletes the to be made. vitality of tho stock of breeding Tho purchaser will bo required to turkeys and makes it possible for give bond, with approved security, for the germs to gain a destructive the payment of thepurchaso money, to have the force and effect of a Replevin foothold. It is called "black Bond, bearing legal interest from the head" because the heads of those WANTED, affected turn yellow or black, but this is only a symptou, as the seat Four energetic young men to can of tho disease is in the liver and vass small town and country. Ex intestines. It is usually contract cellent opportunity. Good com' ed from other fowls, but is pri- mission. Salary Guaranteed. Ad' marily caused by an absence of dress E. A. Summers, StantonKy, or deficiency of mineral elements in the feed, which, owing to the 1 00,000 CAPITAL STOCK, nature of the tur- UN- 'key, are an essential aid to prop SURPLUS AND DIVIDED PHOFITS. 200,000 er food digestion. In its wild state the turkey was accustomed to supply uselr with these ele U THIS inents. which are found in min 3 P ute portions in various grains, ceeas ana grasses, ana this dis OF, WIN Oil HTML KY. ease is unknown to the wild tiir key. It has been claimed that E K.IIolly WranisRsrooNi Pnii 3 there is no known specfiic for K W. R. S I'll AH, Cabqikb. 3 this destructive disease, but. a preparation that isbeingmarket-cunder the name of Bourbon feyOUR ACCOUNTS SOUCITED ' Poultry Cure has proven a most efficacious remedy for the cure hfAacMBftatflBftisfttattflttflaattayaia sum prevention of this ailment, and la rise turkev raisers are us. ing it with success, many sayiug they have saved their birds with it after having lost half of their hock, mihe disease is most prev- Make Your Wet Land Productive. i alent in the summer months and By the use of drain tile at the beginning of cold weather turn that low, wet, useless,you car. swam in the tall. py field into the most productive semi-domestic Blackhead In Turkeys. lot situated In the town of Bowen con day of sale, according to law. Bidders will be prcpnred to comply with these terms. A Hen will bo retained on the lnnd Bold till all the purchase money Isjpaid. Bond payable to Commissioner. KOMULUS JACKSON, Master Com'r Powell Cirouit Court' See us for your shoo wants. Mrs. J. W. WilliauiB. OVER 06 YEARS EXPERIENCE SHIPP'S It QUICK-RELIE- F C are MatiswUat ' A Training CofirrMi RICHMOND, KY. i fiADB. LINIMENT. This Is the liniment the people talking about. fa thft innat. wnnrlnrfnl rtitniwlv fn,. reilOVIIlff nnin T hnvn ntni HBorl Pont School for Teachers School! HAktft. f Kntakv. Bd YftIM la nil TmhHe Anderson Berry, Lexington, Ky. I used this liniment and tho pain and u A V. Rtf nar1al SMsilWl. tilTW IDUBll tTltlllf boll HtlC.1 Ir M T rrn bcglmp. rynnulnm. Dtmntli rteic. tT.FMFthTfnm April T, DOInHTi. Covrtei. Toulon Fw wilp. l wo matrma hi iinn Ryi Bp"rta Anyons tciKtlnf a sketch and description wr qnlokly aacertalii'Oiir opinion froo nlictlior an Invention Is prolwibly pateniabln. Commnnlrii. tionsatrlctlyroiiOdentlal. HAMOBOOK on l'iem sont f roe. Oldest sieiicy for aocurlnir pnlont. Talents taken tbroaih Muun A Co, recelr If teUU ruf lc wlthoot cbarse. tn tho copyrichts Debicns rviiia as. Scientific American. BrancH Offloe. est 8mr Bthi oQt Jnh Iill A handsomely Ulnstrsled weekly. lowest clr. cnlalloii of any sclenllUo tonrnal. Torino, a year: fourreontbs.il. Bold by all nennlenlcri. n J ! lllllhtVI "Ullxl .inner y. x. iiauenger, Lexington, Ky. For relieving aches and pains this linimcntbeats nnytliingl ever saw. J. ii. jetton, jjexington, K.y. It is thft nnlv wimoilv T Tiuva fmmrl that has given me any relief since I was paralized four years ago. Mrs. Susan ttuiuuru, mownurg, inu, ii n tans to relieve any pain in any lart of the body In fifteen minutes, ask or your money back. SOLD BY ALL LEADING DRUGGISTS. V. f BU Waahlogton. I. C STOMACH TROUBLE FOR FIVE .medicines. YEARS I ef Frieatds Tkoiigbt Mr. taking other decided to Ihflws Weald Die, Bat. take his advice, although I did 'not have Winchester Bank. McCalPs Magazine Om Helped Him te Recovery. any confidence in it. I have now been taking Black-Draug- ht and McCall Patterns For Women , Have More Friends than any other ni:ijrazine or patterns. McCall's is the reliable Fashion Guide monthly in ono million onehundrcd thousand homes. Besides showing all the latest designs of McCall Patterns, each issue is brimful of d Farm Drain Tile sparkling short stories and helpful information for women. Sit Mooot attJ Kep in SlyU by rib. Potneroyton, Ky. In interesting: ad vices from this place, Mr. A. J. Hughes Draught has done for me." ht writes as follows : "I was down with Thedford's has been stomach trouble for five (5) years, and found a very valuable medicine for deBlack-Draug- for three months, and it has cured me haven't had those awful sick headaches since I began using it. 1 am so thankful for what Black a tcribln; for &t cCall'i Mglnc at once. Cottt only jq cents a yeir, lnclndlnr any on of Uic'cclcbnted Mcdll Patterns free. M:C11 Pattarms La ad all others Is s!y, ni, siniplldtv, ecnnoaiy and numbrr sold. Mnre dealers sell McCall Patterns tlun any ot'ier two nitkrs combined. Kone higher tint i j tei.ts. Uuy from your dealer, or by mall from IVlcCALL'S MAGAZINE W. 37lh St, New York City wU Off, Pntaltiia CitWa a4 rtMMt: CMiUsp Strayed. There came to 'my place about cine month ago two red yearling fcteers that have never been do horned. Owner can have sanie by proving this property and paying charges. Berry Barrnett, Spout Spring, Ky. Commissioner's Sale. Powell Circuit Court. V. spot on your farm. Good tile, properly placed, not only carries off surplus water, it admits air to the soil and makes it easy to work. It improves any soil. The increace in the value of the land is mnny times the cost of the tile. The first year's crop from tiled land pays for it.- Any body can do the.work successfully. Write for particu lars or ctll at oui plant. - would have sick headache so bad, at rangements of the stomach and liver. It I thought surely I would die. is composed of pure, vegetable herbs, I tried different treatments, but they contains no dangerous ingredients, and did not seem to do me any good. acts gently, "yet surely. It can be freely I got so bad, 1 could not eat or sleep, used by young and old, and should be and all my friends, except one, thought' I kept in every family chest. would die. He advised me to try Get a package today. Thed ford's and quit Only a quarter. h times, that Black-Draugj-- RIGHT HERB IS YOUR CHANGE TO BUY THAT TYPEWRITER! a Red River Brick & Tile Company, STANTON, KENTUCKY This is a Typewriter Talk by a'Typewriter Man to the Readers of The Clay City Times. straight-from-the-Shoulder J. Ponder and Win. Morton, Plaintiffs, versus Iter R. Bo we n, Defendant. Notice of Sale In Equity. By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Powell Circuit Court, rendered at the Jump Term, 1013, thereof in the above cause, the undersigned will on the 7th day of July, 1918. Ht 1 o'clock p. in., or thereabout, (being CourtDay.) I will asCom'r., proceed to ofTer for sale at Public Auction to the highest bidder, on a credit of six months, at the Court House door Mtanton, Ky., the property mentioned in tho judgment, Track of land on lied river lying on paul branch, beginning at a forked hickory known as the 0. 0. Lane corner on tho east side of said branch at tho lime stone cliff : thence in a westerly direction across to the beach at tho top of the spruce pine dum ; thence in n straight line across the hollow to left tide of the gap in the flirt and known itn the fox gap ; thence- - in a northern course with the sitld cliff as it meander to onosite a rale : tlienen north n .!!.., t mm t. uirwiiii-- r in vomer uiI ...I icnce ; wire t'u'iico with the wire fence an easterly course to the lime stone cliff: thence to-w- it: aVafaaBae ' "Whether you have had the use of a typewriter or not, you have paid for one many times over. Yes sir, we mean it; everyday you continue using the old, slow method of writing with a pen you tire unconsciously paying for n typewriter. The farmer who cuts liis grain with a scytho pays with every drop of sweat for a reaper. If you are neglectful of your wearing apparel and exppse yourself unnecessarily to the rain and cold you are paying for tho very things that would havo kept you well iind comfortable. Remember thin and mark it well: You must pay pay pay for the necessities of thin life,. whether you use them or not. Trees! Trees! Trees! Fruit and Ornamental Strawberries, Shrubs, Hedging, Asparagus, Rhubarb, drapes, Roses, Peonies, Phlox, etc. 13 er thing for Orchard, Lawn anddarden. NO AGENTS FREE CATALOO H. F. HiHenmeyer & Sons Lexington, Ky. built re gardless of any claims mode is tlie equal of the new Fox Visible Typewriter either in material useu, or in workmanship, or In and convenience of its special features. There aro many goou typewriters being built and sold, but wo claim for'the new Fox Visible Typewriter that it is better than the best of these, and that its automatic features, com bined cannot lo found in any other typewriter. TheIcw Fox is n typewriter that will meet with the iprnvnl of tho most critical user. A single demonstration will convince you we will make our exponse, if you will permit us. No other typewriter iut THUS ! IS "BETTER THE THAN THE BEST Of NEW ALL OTHERS." VISIBLE FOX .aSBaaaaaaaaaaam. ONE ROP POULTRY CUP.E SENT ON FREE TRIAL, Express Paid. 9HMiaasaassWaaa Look at the Illustration, of our Now Fox Vlsiblo Tvuewriter. shown above, and comnare It with any other typewrit er you havo ever neon or used. Here is n really VISIBLE typewriter note that the printing point is on top in plain sight, find that the type bars rie from where they arc lying and strike the platen In full view of the operator, and in n direct Hue of vision, and that all pj what you have written remains in full sight until the paper is removed from the typewriter, compare nils witii tliose oiu style typewriters, mat some tirms are still auvertismg as visiuies, but on which the printing point is beneath tho typebars, and you hare tu look down Into them or between them to see what ef i' BOURBON II UilTltllPPtl niitlrcu ivltli miM .lllT ma I onnders to tho beginning coutaining about lfO more or less, also, another trm't. of land on the same branch adjacent to tho 1st numed tract and adjoining ""oeden ration tract, K.Moreland. Muriel Townsend, Mrx Frazier imd W Vimrfend trswt and also one hutike and n down a chick's tbroat cures gapes, a few drops in the drinking water cures end prevents cuoltre, dlariboei andothcrcMckdlseave One Wc bottle makes u ralloni ot medicine At all drupelets. Sample and booklet on of Fowls" sent rr.Kll "Dl-eas- Bourbon Rsmody Co. UxlsrWa, Ijr "WE USE" DANIEL BOONE AXLE GREASE And don't have to crease but once a ,weeh. you htivc written. Touch a key In the keyboard and you change tho color of your writing instantly from black, liluu or purple to red. l'ress the Tabulator Key at tho left (in front) for paragraphing, writing tho complimentary closing, etc. : also for nil kinds of blllliiu. At tho riclit (in front) is our Back SnacuKev. This iiiovps tho carriage buckwurd for uuiKing correction, or putting In punctuation, 'litis key also enables the operator Urt'rase n woru or three letters nuu write one oi lour in its piuce. rress the stencil Key shown at the Jeit (front) for making. stencils irom which thou-'ani- ls The riulit Shift Kev lockb of duplicate letters enii lie made. Four rows of kers reduce the slilftlnc automatically for writing hi all t aps. A positive automatic Line Lock prevents you from writing beyond n predetermined line. The ribbon travels in a "zig-zag- " line not straight aoroas from spool to spool us on others thus using all if the ribhuif and ipnkiiig it last three or four limes us long as on other typewriters. The ribbon automatically Itself from one cimol in .the other without tiny attention from the operator. Carriugcs are intcruhaiigeublu, and run on hull bearing tritcta, I'latenc uro renimoble, h thnt both n hard and.soit platen can be used on tho same typewriter. cxinynoiy iigui touch, " M railing leal is lighter tiiun the touch oi the uox 'typewriter." unoice oi Kiito, I'ica, Upn- we t arry more limn three thoiiEanu special type in siock, oi our own leinscu jKunnn, juiuiun in mnn, tianc nanufuctiire, and chii fiirnUh keyboard, for any language. The Fux has a it easy, almost noiseless action, is very diirnlile, uu is sent complete with cleaning oniui uiiu menu cover with nnntwoou base. This is the Fox, the typewriter we manufacture this is the typewriter that wo will send to anyone anywhere in the 'nitetl Mules on Free Trial, ull express charges fully paid no '"red tape" no delay no obligation to buy. If purchased fler trial jou can pay a lllllo down whatever you can spare and the balance In small monthly payments. lteuder, in nil ciuuerity we van honextly say this Dropnaitloii has never been .equaled by any other tvuewriter loni- " " " I ..II 7.V. .1 .11' t. '. .1 .1 n n .aim ait ivb uai. ix inni yon wrne u muiiy . mm giving us your iiuiue anil uuuress.su we can send you our eatu g mid write you personally about our'iypewrlter and FreoTiiul offer. one-third. iti J . I Fox Typewriter Co., Manufacturers, ISSST Ky. faie :i K3S--c!s- tv fl'.IS. C. STQLL CI CO. Lsxlton, Clay City. Times, Local Representative for Clay City and vicinity: