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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): July 3, 1913 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1913 cla1913070301_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.): July 3, 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. 00 a Year in Advance. Wi are here to belp Clay City, the Sisfhtihg CoDOtrynJ Oarselves. 1. 15- - Burgher, Publisher. VOL. XVIII. Death ot Mrs. Douglas. Mrs.. Jane Douglas died ClyAY CITY. ICY., THURSDAY JULY i. J9I3. NO. 27 boys of the town are doing this no one has been arrested yet. is a very dangerous practice Irvine, Ky., June 30th, 1018. People of Breathitt, Wolfe, Leo and Estill : at To the Iter homo at Leveo enrly Satur-daI am a candidato for the nomination for Circuit Judge in this morning m the 78rd year of district subject to the action of the Democratic party" ;iti the prihef life. She wa9 the wife of mary election to be held August 2nd. The time that elapses before George P. Douglas and was a the election is short, and this js the only method by which I can before mar- reach all the people. It is impossible for me to get out In the coun Miss McKinney riage. Funeral services at the try and see the many people I should like to visit personally, for home Sunday morning and bu- the reason that the law compels me to hold courts almost constantrial at Macpelah cemetery at Mt. ly, and I must either neglect the courts or my interests, and inasSterling Sunday afternoon. much as it is my duty to hold the courtp, I prefer to discharge my She is survived, besides her duties and leave my interests in the hands of the electors. A'four weeks session in the Breiithittj:ourt has just closed and husband, by the following Tj J. and Jeff court will begin at Beattyville tho'lirst Monday in July and nE IrDougfas.'of Montgomery cpunty; vine on the fourth Monday in July, and 1 am compelled therefore Joe Douglas, of Trimble county; to attend and hold these courts, and will thereby be deprived of goCharles Douglas, of Illinois; Mrs. ing out to meet my friends. E. E. West and Mrs. Joe West, The term of the judge nominated in the primary and elected in of Madison county; Mrs. Simps November will be for the balance of the unexpired term for which Garrett, of Montgomery county; Judge Itedwine was elected, and there are several Reason's why I and Mrs. George Garrett, of Ill- ought to be allowed to serve out that term. Anions: other reasons are these: For the last two years the inois. One brother, J. D. McKinney, and sister, Mrs. Mollie business of the Circuit Court has been greatly hindered by the change Daugherty, of Illinois; D. and ot judges and the necessity of having special judges; thereby for the work to proceed as rapidly as it would Marion McKinney, of Clark being the appointee of the Governor, I can and will, county; and T. S. McKinney, of liolTiul the courts for the balaiice of the term, that is until the end Spout Spring. of the year 1915. Candidates for Representative. Governor McCreary appointed 1110 to fill the vacancy caused by county, the death of Judge Redwine, and I therefore bear hie endorsement Albert Easter, of this jind John W. Tuttle, of Estill, as to fidelity, ability and qualification. The record l.liave made in are the Democratic candidates all four of the counties of this district bear testimony to my capacbefore the August primary for ity and ability as judge, and the volume of work which I am able the nomination for Representa- to do. I will have held two courts in each county dfttlie district betive from this the 78rd Legisla- fore the November election, and will therefore understand better tive district. The Republican than any other man the condition of the dockets and already candidates are Gun and knowing the cases in the two yearn that will constitute the remainJohn D. Snowden, both of Ir- der ofthe term after November, can do very much more business vine. We hope to see one of these than a new judge could. My father, Judge Robt. Riddell, died beforehia term expired, good Democrats win in tlie final race; the primary race will be and my many friends say that I ought to have succeeded him, but close between them, Mr. Easter owing tc political conditions at the time, a Republican was appointgetting most of the votes in this ed to fill the vacancy occasioned by his death, and they maintain county, and Mr. Tuttle getting that 1 ought to have the office for the remainder of this term. I am in favor of the rigid enforcement of the law, and believe the majority of them in Estill that the law ought to be administered without respect to person, county. and that all people whether high or low, rich or poor, and of whatever color, are entitled to the same legal rights. I do not believe Crazed by Heat. A. J., Kimbrell, of IndjanJ in trvinc to array one set of citizens against another, but will on fields,' becUmo 'crazed' from the TITe other band, aYI" have done heretofore, give all who have busi- excessive heat; Monday and tried ness before the court fair treatment, and will administer the law to kill. some members of his fam- as it is written without respect to person. I do not believe in trv-into stir"' up strife not engender bitterness between the people ily, but was intercepted by He is the father of four- of this country. I therefore urgently ask your support, and will,4if elected, do teen children, having last year wou the premium at the Clark all in my power to see that the law is enforced, to suppress evil, Faithfully yours, county fair lor presenting the and to make an honest, upright Judge largest familyin the county. Our HUGH RIDDELL. John Kimbrell is a Hon of the unfortunate man. Postofflcc Primary. Miss Bertill Crawford, of Ath-oHe was tried at WinchesterTues-laSam F. King won the nominahas been the guest of the and sent to the Lexington tion for postmaster in the DemMisses Johnson. ;i sy kiin. ocratic primary at Winchester, lust Saturday, July 29tl, receiving nearly 200 mure votes than his closest competitor. It is safe to say that in this case it is clear that had not the candidate been chosen by primary, some one else would tiavo gotten the place. Frequently, in fact, most generally, the bosses always want a different man for ollice to what the masses of the people want. y id -- STANTON NEWS. Mrs. Throckmorton, of Lexington, visited at the old home Sunday Miss Anna Clark returned from a two weeks Btay in Jackson on Monday. Mrs. E. II. Fuller and daughter were visiting in Lexington during the past week. Miss Broad has returned from her home in Buffalo, N. Y. after several weeks v'sit. Dr. I. W. Johnson was called to Clay City Tuesday to see Mrs. C. 3. Mann who is quite; sick. but It Little Miss Minn Tipton and Dr. Lemming tock a pleasure trip to Winchester one day last week. Miss Broad and a number of tier friends from Bowen spent a pleasant day at High Rock one day last week. jump the trains and ;i the Uw. Some day some boy in going to be killed if this practice is not stopped. Leslie Holmes is very siek due to old age. How fast the veterans of the Civil War arc going fiom uh. Soon there will not bo a one left of the Blue or the Gray who fought in that memorable war. The state of Kentucky did a noble thing when it pensioned the war scarred veterans of the Confederate Army. Those men fought for what they thought was right though they lost rightly. to violation of J. D. Atkinson has tomatoes as big an tea cups already. Can any one beit that at this time of the year. Several went from here to attend the trial at Winchester in the case of the negroes for killing of Marshal Petti t. Henry Tipton was called to the bedside of his father again who lives on Hardwicks Creek. He is some better. Mrs. MyrticeConlee and two chil dren, of near Paris, are visiting her parent?,. Mr. and. Mrs. D. It.. Clark, this week. Miss Lucile Todd has gone to Louisville to vis't her father and mother and fiiends till the latter part of August. g offi-cer- fellow-townsma- n, l, The writer was over on South Fork over Sunday and finds that the people are strong for Mrs. for School Superintendent. Mrs. Gallic Davis and daughter were visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. An;e Norton, and her husband arrival later. They have returned to their home in Ohio. The children who have been staying in the Masonic Orphan's Home y Let Us Show You Some of Our New y at Louisville, are visiting their and friends for the next six kin-fol- Among those who came are the Lyle, Creasy, Lith and Hatton children. weeks. GOODS. Some Beautiful New Ready-to-We- ar Suits Our line of Clarence and Stanley Ensor, of Mt. Sterling, were visiting over SunCandidates' Pledge. day at the homes of Jeff Martin, D. D. Potts, candidate for Will Stevens and J. Williams. The County Judge, and. the oiiginul young ludics from these homes with man agaiii6t the use of money these young men suent one day in and liquor in the primary, au- picnicing. thorizes us to sign his name to The writer madea mistake last ' that are bound to please. I Lawns, Percales, and other Dress Goods should be seen to be appreciated. Come in and let us fit the Candidates' Pledge, publish- week when hu said that Anna ed iu last week's paper. F. P. Clnrk made a first class certificate. Tracy has also signed 'the pledge, It should have been Anna Hard-wicand S. A. Easter has signed a That was what he meat to similar one. say. But like other men he makes mistakes in writing occasionally. k. you up ready for the summer weather with goods that are both stylish and .cool. We have our usual large cer'ainly please you. full store and can SHIMFESSEL'S. were reported 111 Rev. Charles Woodward, who is Monday when u new holding the revival meeting at the Christian church, is a fine preacher June heat record was and we hope the meeting will be a great success. He will preaMi to The J. B. Mitchell sale men. the men only on Sunday afternoon tioned 111 our lust issue us taking at 3 o'clock and let every man in e place ut Virdeu, will be at Stanton be present. The meeting station, instead of Virden. will be at the; Court House. prostrations Chicago estab-lishe- d. Ar-gyl- Ben Mooreaud sister, Miss MyrThere is a notice in the depot tle, aud Mrs. Will Moore, all of that all boys caught jumping on Sardis, Mies., are vieitiug rela- and oil the (rain will be arrested. It is a daily occurrence that l'e tives in the city. It will not be long till Stanton College will open for the fall session of school. There are a great many young men and women in our county that ought to come here to school and thus develop into splndid men and women. If several of our young men would go to school instead of loafing in the stores and bumming around so they We do would make better men not appreciate our college as w ought for there are some persona who are making i hard fight to tear it up. They are trying to separate it and keep the county from paying its share of the school fund into the college. This college save tlrtj county a great sum of money y year. The portion that the county pajs to it would hardly pay' mors than one teaoher. Without this college we would have to build a new and modern school house costing from $", 000 to and then employ a janitor and boy the fuel. We would have t employ at least five if not more teachers to come up to the requirements ofthe State law for a High School. These teachers with the janitor and fuel and numerous oth0 er expenses would cost us from to 5,000 a year. As it now it we only have to pay about 91,000 a ysar as our share of the county's fund while the college paid their teachers each mouth last year $505 making for nin-- ; mouths. They paid the janitor $225 and their coal bill was $200. So you see the college paid in toward the education of our young people more than five times as much as Powell county. Besides this the college is equipped fur good work. The College has waiting to go toward the building of a dormitory, but they are not going to build till they know what the future of the school is. Stanton will be the loser whenever the county withdraws its portion of the fund th.it goes toward the college for it will mean the closing up of the college and that would be a gre.it. loss. Just because a few indi. viduals are dissatisfied or' have had their feelings hurt because their children were reprimanded or did not passiu the grades thwi these parents are going to disrupt the college if they can. Come, people of Stanton aud lay aside your prejudice and help this college to become a migjjtv' school toward the educating of our boys and girls. Spite work is the most coiite'mptahlu kind of work there is. It is the kickers iu a town that always retards its progress. Letjus be boosters and help this greut institution of learning in our town. ev-tr$10,-000 815,-00- $5,-00- 0 - Many people continue to abuse J. A. their privileges with their locu banks by making heavy over drafts. The banks strongest ob t'UUU8UKP KVKKT TI1UK8DAT. jection to this is not that they do at Mt. Sterling, Ky. We are authorized to announco J. W. not euro to, iu this way, accom Subscription rates 81 a year or thret Woolery as candidate for Justice of the fhodato their customers, but be $1,000.00 Display Fireworks in Evening. IVllPP ill t.lin 9nil ATnrriatni-lo- l years in advance $2. Atatrlnt of Powell countv. subiect to the action cause it is unlawful, and both Motorcycle, Trotting, Running Races and Baseball in oftheDemocraticprimary,August2nd.tho J. E. Burgher, Publisher. Government and State au afternoon. t.hnrit.ine nr nil thft time lifter An absolutely safe and sane celebration. Entered as second-clas- s Some people aro inclined tffrri.- - hn1 mail matter. fnr nllnwinir these .0 MONTGOMERY COUNTY FAIR discredit the Democracy of Mrs. verdrafts to be made. Square GROUNDS. Thursday, July 3, 1913. Kate S. Bohannan, candidate for yourself with your bank and do couutvSupcrintendent of Schools. not make any overdrafts at. all CLUB RATES. It is a hard matter to determine aud in this way you will keep a For the convenience of our sub the political persuasion of anv and allow you sieribere, we have arranged club rates woman, as they are yet allowed better credit, bank loobservo the law which with the following papers at price? only a vote in school affairs, and declares no overdrafts can be below mentioned : that for the first time this year, made. The Times and Courier-Journ$1.00 but, judgingaside from what Mrs. 11 Cincinnati Enquirer 1.10 Bohannan says of her Democracy Mr. W. G. Frazier, of Stanton i Louisville Herald Wagons, 90 we must infer that she is a Dem announces iu this issue of the $47.00 and up Disc Gram Drill. $21.45 op Home and Farm 75 ocrat. She is a daughter of J. O SulkyTurning Plow cmplt. 28.95 Check Rower Com Planter, 28.35 Times for Assessor of Powel 1.00 Inland Farmer " Patrick, of Stanton, who reared county, subject to the action of Pitcher Pumps, .86 i Double Shtft Riding Cultivator 27.50 American Farmer 90 11 1.60 Southern Agriculturist 75 her a Democrat, all the Patricks the Democratic party. Mr. Fra Pumps. Best Mowing Machine on being Democrat, as it will be re- zier is the present Deputy Clerk Ready mixed House Paints .07 Gal. 34.85 the market, membered that former Judge and has previously held the office Open Top Buggies, Roofing, 50c per square ANNOUNCEMENTS. Felt 30.85 vp Samuel H. Patrick of the old of both Assessor and County Top Buggies. $27.50 up. Gasoline Engines, 30.95 For County Judge. Common Pleas district of which Clerk. He is well qualified for We are authorized to announce D. D. i'otts ns candidate for County Judge of Powell was a member, was a the office for which is asks as has SEE US FOB SS AND CATALOGUES. I'oweu county, subject to tne action or stanch Democrat and that he is been proven by his oast record the Democratic primary election inAu- an uncle of Mrs. Bohannan Well He will most likely make a close We are authorized to annonncc D, does every body here remember race for the nomination if he It. Daniel as candidate for County what a good Democrat wasR. A. Judge of Powell county, subject to the Bohannan, the deceased husband does not win it. action 01 tne Democratic primary election in August. of Mrs. Bohannan, who formerly Judge Hush Riddell is out in a man of card to the people in his district We are authorized to announce W. was a leading business T. Adams as candidate for CountyJudgp this city. Knowing of our large circulation of Powell county, subject to the action of the Democratic primary election in in his district he sends us a copy August. About two o'clock Sunday of this card for publication which We are authorized to announce J. S. morning a freight tram pulled appears in this iisue. We thank liwen as candidatofor County Judge of into this town apparently loaded Powell county, subject to the acton of Judge Riddell for thij courtesy, with drunken boys whose shouts the Democratic primary election h and believe we can safely say awoke many citizens of the town. that every reader of the Times is That an account with a Clean, Strong Progressive Bank For County Attorney. Several arrests followed later in ns solid for him for the place he We are authorized to announce M. A. Phillips as candidate for County At- the day. The liquor came from seeks as is the Clay City Times, gave you a considerable preslige in the business world? torney of Powell county, subject to the Winchester and was bought by or anv other of his very closest action of the Democratic primary elecboys way under twenty-on- e tion in August. and best friends. Accounts of all sizes welcomed by the years, whose youth could have We are authorized to announce A. H. Norton as candidate for County Attor easily been detected by the sa Mr. J. W. woolerv announces ney 01 rowcu county, subject to the by their voice and for Magistrate, in the' 2nd Magis action of the'Democratic primary elec- loon keepers looks. It was sickening to hear terinl district in the Times this tion in August. the bitter oaths sworn by these week, subject to the action of For County Court Clrrk. We are authorized to announce J. P. little boys, mad with drunkenthe Democratic party. Mr. Wool Crabtree as candidate for County Court ness. It was a disgrace to the ery is our present County Clerk Clerk of Powell county, subject to the action of the Democratic primary elec- railroad for carrying the boys and has previously held the of I tion in August. and iipuor as well as to the un- fice of County Assessor. He is CLAY CITY, KENTUCKY. "We are authorized to announce I. S. scrupulous Winchester saloon-ist- favorably known by a good num Boone as candidate for County Court The whole thing should be ber of our Democrats and will Clerk of Powell county, subject to the nction of the Democratic primary elec- punished to the extent of the doubtless receive strong support tion in August. law. in the August primary. Wo are authorized to announce THE TIMES. Sewell as candidate for Justice of the Pence In the 2nd Magisterial district, of Powell county, subject to the action of the Democratic primary election in August. For Juitlcc ol the Peace. We are"authorized to announce Grand 4th July Celebration SHSi n mm A New Way in Merchandising. al VERY ATTRACTIVE PRICES. 1 Mrs. J. W. Williams. Did it Ever Occur to You Au-fiu- st. Clay City National Bank, s. Jno. F. Woodard as candidate for County Court Clerk of Powell county, subject to the action of the Democratic primary election in August. For Sheriff. The McGormick Mowep The o.d true and, tried Machine that does the Work and does it Right. -- :c We are authorized to announce D. W. Martin as candidate for Sheriff of Pow-f- ll county, subject to the action of the Democratic primary election in August. We are authorized to announce II. T. Dericksou as candidate for Sheriff if Powell eouniv, subject to the action of the Den ocratic primary election in August. We are authorized to announce J. Q. Rogers as cundidate for Sheriff of Powell comity, with J. J. Keed as Deputy, subject to the action of the Republican primary election in August. We are authorized to announce T. J. Ponder as candidate for Sheriff nf I'nw. ell county, subject to the action of the Republican primary election In August. For Superintendent of Scboole. Wo Behold! i Price for the Season. Look Mere We are Your FriendSs; to do the Business for You. We ive you Full Weight, and make K. 9. Hohannan as candidate for Super- uuenuuni 01 scnoois 01 1'oweil coun ly, subject to the action of the Demo eratic primary election in August. are authorized to announce Mrs. the Price Right, Quality in Everything. are authorized to announco W Thacker as candidate for Superintendent of Sehools of Powell county, Miujeei 10 die acuon 01 ltepuuiiian primary election in August. For Assessor. We are authorized to announce S. A Luster as candidate for Assessor of Powell counts, subject to the action of me Democratic primary election In August. We are authorized to announce Gen. M. Rogers as candidate for Assessor of Powell county, subject to the action of tue uouiocraiic primary election in August. Wo II. Meat by the side, 14 1 2c; 35c Silk, 22 Pure Lard, can $6.50; 50c Table Linen 35c Sugar, cwt. $5.30 $1.00 Corsets, 90c. l-2c Men's Hats -- at Low Price. Come and be We are authorized ti announce W. (5. Fmzier as candidate for Assessor of together with Rakes, and all other Farm Machinery of the International We sell this Machine convinced on these artioles and any thing else. We give 18o per lb, for Hams and Frying Chickens. rowellcounty, subject tojho action of the Democratic primary, August 2nd. For Joller. Harvester Company manufacture. i LOWE & CROWE, Rosslyn Merchants. v. VTti art authorized to announce Jesse Crow as candidate, for Jailer of Powell county, subject to the action of the Republican primary election in August H. G. Crabtree & Go., Clay City, Ky. I 'Jf THE A HOME-MAD- TIMES. E Kliler ed D. II. Mntherly preachy PAPER . at the Christian church Sun-lumorning and night. He will preach here again the Heeond Sunday. Thefwnriri weather continues with us, the thermometer each day going tip close to the 100 mark, though it .has. never reached that sn Clay City yot. USTC HOPE & MILLS s e AN UNEXPECTED GUEST for luncheon or dinner will enjoy the delightful trial of home-madbread that is made from the Pearl tlour. The loaves made from this high grade Hour are tine, light, white and of tempting flavor and a satisfying lucheon can be made on the excellent bread (with sweet butter) that is made from the Pearl Hour. According to Attorney General THURSDAY, July - 3, 1013. Garnett'B version of the child Kentucky, nochild under fourteen years old, can be per: LOCAL BREVITIES. mitted to work in any kind. of public works. 'Mrs. K. B. McGlone is yisiting J. 1). and L. V. McKinney,of relatives at Morchend. Hudson,' 111., were here a short Fret! Blair, of Morehend, is while Tuesday, goini from here visi tin? his sister, Mrs. A. T. to Winchester where' they will Whitt. visit the former's brother and J. F. .Olark, of. the Old Ma. the latter's uncle, D. McKinney. Shelbyville, is visiting relatives In the county. Mrs. J. B. Eaton, who has been in a very dangerous condiLennie Crow, of Winchester, tion time is now much spent, a few days with relatives in better beiiiu able to sit up a the county the first of the week. small part of the time. This will Mrs. A. M. Burgher, left, yes- be good news for her many terday morning for a visit to her frieds who, durini: the worst of sister, Mrs. Noah Rose, at Win- lier illness, never expected her to chester. sit up again. Pastor .Spencer will conduct The whole family of ' Noah services at the Methodist church Rose,, a traveling salesman of Sunday morning. All are invit- Winchester, were stricken ed to be present. ptomaine poisoning afdrinking buttermilk for dinMrs. Clarence Ha.elrigg and ter daughter, Miss Adalene, 'and Miss ner. For a while it. was.feared (intrude Volliner, are visiting at some of theln would die. Mr, Rose is ju native of this county, Cincinnati, Ohio. and a brothqr to R. P., Edward sPhe'triirl of the Smothers ne and Edwin Rose, of this city. groes for the murder of Marshal A: T. I'ettH. last February is in Unsightly hace Spots progress at Winchester. Are cured by Dr. Hobfon's .Eczesons'-Honifor-some Mon-day'with Judge J. 1. Adams, of Bcatty-ville- , will try it. over in the 23rd Judicial district, having filed his petition as n Republican candi date for Circuit Judge before the August primary. The King of all.I.axatlves For constipation, lieadnches in digestion and dyspepsia, use Dr. King's New Life Pills. Paul Mat- hulka, of Buffalo, N. Y., says they are the 'King of all laxatives. They are a 'Mossingto all my fami ly and I always keep a box at home." Get a boxand get well. Price 25c. Recommended by all dealers Adv. CO0vniGMTvP-C-C- Made by J. ANDREW CAIN, Versailles, Ky There will be a Union meeting at the Eaton grove in the western portion of the city every Sunday afternoon, during the hot season, at 4 o'clock. One or more of the ministers of the city will bd present each Sunday to conduct the services. Everybody most cordially invited to attend these service's. Rid Your Children of Worms You can change fretful, children into, healthy, happy youngsters, by ridding them cf worms. Tossing,, rolling, grinding of teeth, crying ou,t while asleep, accompanied with, intense thirst, pains in the stonujeh and bowels, When in Need of Builder's Hardware, Cabient Mantles, Grates, Tiles, Cooking or Heating Go to or Write Stoves, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Clark' eruptions. iind Mr. Mrs. George Bush, of Vaughn's Mill, and Mesdanies J. Vf't Burton and Sain Carr all the funeral of Mrs. Jane Douglas at Levee Sunday. For Cuts, Burns and- Bruises. In every home there should be a box of Bucklen's Arnica Salve, rea'dy'to "apply 'ihveryc!8erof burns, cut6, wrunds or scalds. J. II. Polanco, Delvalle.Tex., It No. 2, writes: ."Bucklen's Arnica Salve saved my little girl's cut foot. No one. believed it could be cured." The world's best salve.' Only 25c. Keconinionded by all dealers Ad ma Ointment, which heals all skin No matter how long you have been troubled by itching, burning, or scaly skin humors, just put a little of that southing Dr Hobson's Eczama Ointon the sores and the sail' ring ment, stops instantly. Jipaling begins that very minute. Doctors use it in ther)rm.;tice jr,d r'.jconimcnd it. Mr. Alleroan, of Littletown, Pa., says: "Hud eczema on forehead; Dr. Hobson's Eczema Ointment cured it in two weeks." Guaranteed to relieve or money refunded. All druggists, or by mail. Price 50c Pfeiffer Chemical Co., Philadel-phiund St. Louis Adv. anti-peptic, feverishness and bad breath, are symptoms that , indicate worms. Kiokapoo Worm Killler, a pleasant canc'y lezenge, expels the worms regulates the bowels, restores your children to health and happiness. Mrs. J. A. Brisbin, of Elgin. III., says: "I have usee1 Kickapoo Worm Killer for years, and entirely rid my children of vo,rmB. I would not be without it." Guaranteed. All druggists, or by mail. Price 25c. Kickapoo Indian Medicine Co., Philadelphia and St. Louis. Adv. Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, Winchester, - Ky. HARDWIRE & COMPANY. ti a Something New! f T ' Come to Our Store And let us show you 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 where, you can get the best selections and the most for your money or produce. We are especially anxiots.fo;r1-y"o'- 'what a nice llhe- of gbods - Our stock of Dry Goods, Notion1, an 1 Groceries,'., Hard ware, CIothiog,vShoe8 etc. is replete with . . . . . - Variety, Style and Quality. -- v "11 - THIS COM BINEI) WITH OUR ) Low Prices Make it to your interest to give us a good share of to,call who arc interested in these points. It is our aim to carry everything the people want, but can not here mention aP. But want to call your attention to the following Hues that wo handle. nt THE? RELIABLE CHURN v for Sale by, , HARTIN& HACKWORTH be- your trade. We strive to please our customers, CLAY CITY, KY. cause we know satisfied customers are our best assets. And other Places in the County and SnrroundJng Counties. One of the grandest and best things in the wuy of achrn 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 satisfied with it, and if it don't give perfect satisfaction in every way, brinfj or send it back and your money will bo refunded. It is- - a time saver, labor Yours to please, WALDRON & JOHNSON, H m 36 Shoes for Men and 'Queen Quality" Shoes for Women, in all the new things in tans, gun metals and patents in both low cuts and regular shoes, "Astor" Brand Hats for Mon and Boys, Hai, SchaiTner, und Marx ami Heart" brand Clothing for Brand Clothing for Boys. We have them for both in the latest styles in pl.iiu, ulso in the new and Men aiUl Boys r Hats popular Norfolk suits. Women's trimmed tnd panamas and other popular styles. Men's panama hats, wool, in silk and wash drei?s goods in all the new things, rain coals for all, neckwear, suit cases, trunks, carpets, umbrellas, etc., etc. Walk-OverMttiv'-Mintor" ready-to-wea- Waltersville, Ky. mm Prices, $6.50 and $7.00. destroyer and butter maker. Hardwick & Co., Stanton. wmmmmmmmmmmmmammmmmam Estill County Ticket. Kelly. Magistrate, Millers Creek district. Hon. Hugh Riddell. candidate for Circuit Judge of the 28rd district, and Hon. Jno. W. Turtle, candidate for Representative in the district, were unanimously indorsed by the convention. Brief talks were made by Judge O. W. Witt,L. C. Wilson, "Koht. R. Friend and Jno. A. Walliice,'wlio urged the selection f a clean, upright, etlicient ticket that could lie supported by nil democratic, and independent voters for tha county. Estil! Tribune. G. B. Estill-l'owpll Schools Hynian Hichardson ; S II. Rogers, Assesser; Jesse Lintsf rd, Magistrate, Irvine di?'rictr; Pnil Adams, Constable," Irvine Ijstricl ; Tom Clem, Constable Kork district; Tom dowers, Magistrate, Iluldell district ; A. J. Richardson, Magistrate, Red I.ick district; T. JelVerson Waters Magistrate, Station Camp - about scventyfive representative democrats including the County 'Committee and nil prospective mid receptive candidates, u list (f candidates for the various county oHces wmp nauied and n meed upon without a dissenting voico being raised. County Jud:p Jno. M. Elliott; Hlieriir, Win. Bronddus; Count v Attorney, H. W. Slntli: Jailer, John Horn; Cuonty Clerk Everett Alexander; Superintendent At n niits meeting held nf Hie Wallace Hotel June 20 at which Commissioner's Sale. l'oxcell Circuit Court. short distance to corner of wire fenco ; thenco with tho wire fenco an easterly course to the limo stone cliff; thence a southern course with said cliff as it meanders to the beginning coutaining about 100 more or less, also, another tract of land on, tho same branch adjacent to tlio 1st named tract and adjoining ""ccden Patton tract, E. Morel and, Daniol Townsend, Mrs. irazier nnd V. Townscnd tract and also ono house and lot situated in the town of Bowcn containing about one half acre and bounded by beginning nt a beech and oak stump; thence with a northern course 132 feet to tho center of county road ; thence with said road wcstcrnlv about t T. J. Tondcr nnd Win. Morton, ('istrict; Plaintiff., versus Defendant. Hex U. Bowcn, Notice of Sale in Equity. By virtuo of a Judgment nnd order of sale of the Powell Circuit Court, rendered at the June Term, 1013, thereof in the nhove cause, the undersigned will on the 7th dayof July, 1013, nt 1 o'clock p. m., or thereabout, (being Court Day,) I will nsCom'r., proceedto offer for salo at Public Auction to the highest bidder, on a credit of six months, at the Court House door Stnnton, Ky., the property mentioned in the judgment, Trnck of land on Ued river lying on paul branch, beginning ut a forked hickory known as the C. C. Lane cor ner on the east side of said branch nt the lime stone cliff; thence in a westerly direction across to the beach at the top of the spruce pine dinn ; thence in u straight line across the hollow to left side of the gnp in the cliff and known as the fox gap; thence in a northern course with the said cliff as it mean ders to oposite a pate ; thence north a to-w- it: SHIPP'S mis 15 QUICK- - Boo us for your shoe wants. 132 feet to tho center of the countv road to a.stako ; thence easterly about Mrs J. W. Williams 160 feet to the beginning or sufliciont thereof to produce 460 12, so ordered .amaaajBaaBarr'TTSr to'be made. The purchaser will be required to give bond, with approved security, for the payment of the purchase money, to have the force and effect of a Itcplevln A Training Bond, bearing legal interest from tho BBBai ana Dill, lill School for Teachers day of salo, according to law. CmirtM tMdlftf to EUmtaltfT. tBWdlat 4 Llf Buu Cr Bidders will be prepared to comply Ttll la ll rMI) MileitM. ' A lien will be reBufcotli of Ktatnekr. with theso terms. RnnM sad llilta tained on the land sold till all the CaartM. Taltlaa Tn U p. biatra. Tvt,Dla4l14-- -. purchase money is'paid. BlUrlca.ariraMidtlMlHall, aawwaaaamaiaiaa aaiiuaf a well Maln-Bond payable to Commissioner. ITmaailifn. Hlac. Flru Tf ti bl. -p . JhlM Tfrm Jaaaa!C.t . BoiMl apaat tutt I T. rartTrral April T, 8aaiB KOMULUS JACKSON, aui.ri.rr. Master Com'r Powell Circuit Court' n CRABHR, Prr.Mnl. HI nn Minima Hotlrli.l,-rtiialafaPtoal'ar. it A RELIEF LINIMENT. relieving pain I have ever used. Capt. Anderson Berry, Lexington, Ky. I used this liniment and" the pain and soreness disappeared like magic-Jai- ler V. T. Balletiger, Lexington, Ky. For relieving aches nnd pains this liniment beatsany thine I ever saw. J. II. Let ton, Lexington, Ky. It is the only remedy I have found that hag given me any relief since I was tiaralizcd fouf years ago. Sirs. Susan Welborn, Newburg, Ind. If it fails to relieve any pnin in any part of the body in fifteen minutes, ask for your money back. SOLD BY ALL LEADING DKUGGISTri. It U tne liniment tne people are talking about. the most wonderful remedy for You s WANTED. Four energetic young men to canvass small town und country. Excellent opportunity. Good com mission. Salary guaranteed. Ad dress E A. Summers, Stanton Ky. .PITAIi STOCK. SURPLUS AN D US- DIVIDKD PHOL-'ITS- . There are times jn every Roman's life when she needs a tonic to help her over the hard places. When that time comes to you, you know what tonic to take Cardui, the woman's tonic. Cardui is com- posed of purely vegetable Ingredients, which act gently, yet surely, on the weakened womanly organs, and helps build them back to strength and health. It has benefited thousands and thousands of weak, ailing women in its past half century of wonderful success, and it will do the same for you. YoucanVmake a mistake in taking1 f gf f Hj Need a Tonic R j L I f L L P I F 8100,000 UOO.OOO 2pNE CARDUI The Woman's Tonic says: "I think Cardui is the greatest medicine on earth, for women. Before I began to take Cardui, I was Miss Amelia Wilson, R. F. D. No. 4, Alma, Ark., r I 1 CURE I P L Jfl SPOUT SPRING. The little child of K. S. has been very week. :ui mini Chris-tophe- Jl r sick this TUB The Saints are 'holding their meeting nt the Kitnbrell school house. Winchester Bank. OP WlNCIIMTER. KY. i aa. ter with his brother, D. ney, w T. S. McKinney is at WinchesMcKinho is sick I'HKS. N.IIOI.LY WlTHKHMI-OON- , W. It. Sl'UAK, Oamhikii. cures A few drops la the drinking water cures and prevents cholern, dlartboea and other chick diseases. One 60c bottle makes 12 nitons of medicine At all druretsts. Sample and booklet on ''Diseases of Fowls" sent FREE. Baurbon Remtdy Co.Urisitan,'!; f KHIBBON reULTRY dora a chick's throat gapes. ' I i so weak and nervous, and had such awful dizzy spells and a poor appetite. Now I feel as well and as strong as I ever did, and can eat most anything." Begin taking Cardui today. Sold by all dealers. Has Helped Thousands. D (H F , I at this time. JOUR ACCOUNTS SOL.IOITKD.t3 Remember the regular services at the Baptist church Sunday morning. Everybody invited to a tend. MrKinney, of Hudson, III , were vi'h tht former's brothe , T. S. Make Your Wet Land Productive. McKinnev. a J. I). MeKinney and son, L. V. Farm Drain Tile By RIGHT HERE IS .YOUR CHANCE TO BUY THAT TYPEWRITER! Typewriter Talk by This is a a Typewriter Man to the Readers of The Clay City Times. straight-from-the-Shoulder few davs this week. M ile of Ohio, City of Toledo, I. uens County, s 8S. Cheney makes oath senior partner of the firm "i F .1. Client v dr Co.. doing husi-- i in the City oT Toledo. County e anil State aforesaid, and that saiii 1..... wil thesum of Oee Him- oreii Dollars for eaeh and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the us of Hall's Catarrh Cine. Frank J. Cheney. Sworn to before me and in my prex i ce, this b'lh day of l.Vceniher, A. I. lt8(i .Flunk that l.e is J. the use of drain tile you eat. us less, swam pv field into the most productive Hood tile, spot on your farm. properly placed, not only carries of! surplus witter, it admits air to tin Mill and makes it eas to work It improves any soil. The menace in the value of the laud i mini tile. Tne fiis o ie year's crop from lied lnd pays for it. Any body eiin do the wop successfully. Write for particii lars or cell at oui plant. turn that low, wet, sub-crib-i- d KENTUCKY Notary Public. iTANTON, Mull's ('atari h Cure is taken t email v, mid ihn directly on the blood mi'l niiicou Sitrfues of the Trees! Trees! Trees! nMt-m- . Sn.d lor testimonials free. Add rest. F. J Cheiiex & ( o , Fruit and Ornamental Toledo. O. S .ld.bv all Drug'jist-- . Toe. A Take IlidlV Family I'ills for eon-e- i 'triwberrles, Scrubs, Hedglnjr.As-paraguIp.iliou. fcliubarb, ('rapes, Koes, Peonies, Plilox, etc. Strayed. Thereeame t my place . about dvc) Ihdg (or Orchard, I awn and CUrdtr. i ne month ego two red yearling FRI-I- i NO A iEVTS CATALOO tiers that have never been do ned. Owner can have fame by oi I loving this iioperty and paying li.P. H Henmeyer&Sons ' barges. Lexington. Ky. Kerry Harrnett, Spout Spring, Ky. EAL in-s, -t A. W. Red River Brick & Tile Company, No other typewriter built regardless of any elniini- - mml- - ls the equal of tltn.tiew Fox Visible Typewriter either in material ('tl, or in workhmnlfi, or in and convenience of it special features. There are many good typewriters beiuu liuilt anil sold, nut we ejaiiu fur tht new Fox Visible Typewriter that it is better than the I Test of these, aiid that its autumntie-feiiture- s d cannot be found in any othi er typewriter The New Fox a tjpuwriter tluit willmeel with the npproviil of the most ei It leal user A single demonstration will convince von we will make it at our expense, If you will permit us. eoni-bine- Whether yon Imve had tlte 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 are unconsciously paying for a typewriter. The farmer who cut hi grain with a scythe pays with every drop of sweat for a reaper. If you are neglectful of your wearing apparel and expose yourself unnecessarily to the rain and cold you are paying for the very things that would have kept you well and comfortable. Itemember this and mark it well : You must jiartiay pay for the necessities of thin life, whether you use them or not. I THIS IS THE NEW V ISJB LELF 0;X SENT ON FREE TRIAL, Express Paid. "BETTER THAN THE BEST OF ALL OTHERS." ifrThe best lubrication lf. without carbon .1 "cool. a"tnmul.a. UaefromfiiMatFtniisrt yanLal rude. A Uiln.hlUflrt-Ftoilw- hi first AlrfatoIlfarkksralrMw1.rtn mIiw." trm TV. j 4 Oiitt tnm i I ait. Uaaaamaiaa ail. rou tor purmania (mi ItolkM, rice of Cvib purfre rf on IIIbarrelMowjth il.it ES I "!. trm trim rlM Asia Oil will fanc. fine to OK by til t"ra?s. IV of nil lo Iwatk. 46 Ho. I Ividtf 1 fur-O- ewrlter. fonipjire this with tln:se old style typewriters, that some llrms are still auvertising as visitues, out on which the printing point is beneath the typebiirsand you have to look dq,wn nto them or between them to see what joii have written. Touch a key in the keyboard and yon change tho color of vcitir writinc instantly ironi DiacK. nuut or purpie iif.reu. rres tne lauuiator Key at the leit (in iront) lor paragnipJilng. writing closing, etc. j also for all kinds of billing. At the right (in front) is our Hack HpueeKey. This moves the carriage backward for making corrections, or putting Tills key also enables the operator to eraBe a word of three letters and write one of four in its pluee. 1'ress the Stencil Key shown at the left (front) for leaking stencils from which of d pi leu le lelteitu-nbe made. Four rows of keys reduce the shilling The right Shift Key locka auioniiiiically for writing In all taps. A pontile aiilouiatic Line Lock prevents you from, writing beyond a predetermined line. 'The ribbon travels In a "zig-zag- " line not straight across from spool to spool as on others thus using all of the ribbon and making it last three or four limes us long as on other typewriters. The ribbon automatically lisclf fn 111 one spool 10 the other without any attention from the operator. Carriages are interchangeable, and run on b ill bcuriug trm-ks- . I'lntem are removable, so thai both a hard ai d soft platen can be used on the tame typewriter. Kxtrcnii'ij lijsht touch. " Nn falling leaf is lighier limn the touch of the Fox Typewriter." Choice of Elite, Pica, Condi used It etna n, Medium liunan.or Italic 'lj pi ue i airy more Hum tl rve thousand special tjpe in stock, of our own manufai line, and can furnish keylaiurdsfor any aiiguage. The Fox has an easy, almost noiseless action, is very durable, an I is scut complete with cleaning ontilt and 111 lal cover with hardwood base. , This is the Fox, the typewriter we manufnet re tin's is. the typewriter that we u (II send to anyoneanywlien' in tho rnlled Mitiei h Five Trial, nil express charges ujy paid no e" no delay 110 obligation to buy. If purchased after trial joii can pay a little down whatever you )i spare and the balance inmall monthly payments. Ucadc.s, iji all sincerity we can honestly say tin's insition has never eijtmled byany other typewriter com I any, und allwc ask i that you wrjte us today NOW giving us your mime and address. so we pan send you our cata" lo. dud w rile you pei soually aliout our t pew riter and Fjt'e Trial offer. thou-MimU11 n one-third. -u-dla In-e- Look at the illustration of our ew Fox Visible Typewriter, shown above, and compare it witli any other typewrit- i ei' vim nave ever seen or useu. Here is a really Vlijlltl.t; typewriter note that tlio ttcltt tlnif twattit- fa fiti tit fii tilalia sluht. and that the type bars rise from where theare lying and strike the platen ill full view of the operator, and In ;a direct line of vMon, and that all of what you have written remains in full sight until the paper is removed from the tl . 01 UU. WJL LEXINGTON. KY. .7 a ...... r. I 1 CTfalam TbXm, ftMwarfal lar f aaaUM aiaal. tnil Fox typewriter Co., Manufacturers, Clay City Times, Local Representative ,for Clay .City and vicinity. it