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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): July 17, 1913 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1913 cla1913071701_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 17, 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. 9 Gt ft 0 rpTT FT Si.oo ' . ( ' . LAY We are here to help Clay Mil "Y TIMES Cityfjtt?Jfcl)anJi"g Country anJ Oorselves. .!. E- - a Year in Advance. Burgher, Publisher. VOL XVIII. ' - CLAY CITY, To K&.jfoSDAY lA.r.i'j' , i JULY ' J 7, 1913, ' NO. sw earnestly these young folks will sit back and laugh and whisper during the whole service. It would be a good thing for the church to rent a building or build one where young couples can go and do their spooning instead of during the religious services. These young do not think that there aro others there who want to hear tho preacher but who are disturoed by thegigling and whispering? Last Sunday night one couple were so spoony that they were oblivious of the prenaher and of the crowd that sat behind them who wanted to hear tho preacher but were disturbed. If a young man or woman has no respect for the church and want to giggle and whisper then please do not eome to the services for that purpos. You have no right to disturb others who are anxious to hear the preacher. peo-pi- e Must Have Different Officers. Responding to numerous in- quiries, Atlornoy General Oar-ne- t t tins given out ait opinion in s which he held tlitit election to, serve at the appointed lapt regular election are not to serve at the primary election,, and that new election officers imiBt bejippointed by the County Election Commissioners to hold the primnry election. He also decided that if only one paftymd .candidates before' tlio. primary itwill be necessary for the election officers to be' appointed from both the Demo :ratic and Republican parties. The Attorney General has re-- , ceived many inquiries asking that where only one party has candidates - before the primary whether election officers must be chosen from the Democratic and Republican parties. He says the law is strict on this subject, and plainly states that election officers must be chosen from both parties. may withdraw Candidates primary after filing from the their petitions, is the opinion of the Attorney General. Several inquiries along this line have Leen received by Judge Garnett. ofli-ererf-title- d c Look After the Roads. he-road- Soon will ba the time of year of Powell county whVtf't s the Voters of 2iJrd Judicial District : The duties devolving on me necessarily prvHi, y making such a thorough canvass of the district as I woulatJk nnd therefore I take this means of bringing my candidacyfpic" the people. Owing to the law one court, comes right at the Iie1pf'another and I am rushed with court work duties the few dfiys0hjNtitervene between the terms. It stem's that. I musl either s'ailc?e.rny own inget out and terest or call in n speciafNhidge to do my work make a campaign; or resisXthe temptation, Gi,?mftVndivided attention to the office which V have been honoredjtnjV' I have discharged the duties of the ofiico and will cqntinu&$frr other words preferring to perform the duties of the olfice. The principal qualifications of a Judge energy, legal education, experience and ability. A OirouiFTidge has the legal rights and liberties of some o0;000 peoplejirJiiB hands and these people are not so much interested in the likcsgnjJ dislikes between the candidates, or in the personal ambitfojflKfany man, as they'are in having the law fairly administeredrptd their legal and upright JodM. rights preserved by a Every man, woman and child", almost in'.tjw'district, knows me or knows of me and can judge for himself because I am a man born and reared amongst fhejjjp.lQ who honor o'f the mountains "f me and trust me with their business. of a century the peppj 6f this district For nearly have entrusted me with ther business, and Jfnlfej$no other endorsement than that which they have given me'atjd it is not too much to say that I understand the people of thfsTiJtr'ict as well as a man could understand them. My people have lye in this section for over 100 years more than four generawSnjs. My great grandfather cleared his field and built his. cabin iu'jfetill more than a century ago, and we have been here ever slhce&fivrng and working and entering into the joys and sorrows of theTejljle of this section and the same blood in. my veins, flows throJfglf the veins of some of the people of every county in the districk When the vacancy of the Judge's officeicdirjd and the Governor appointed me to fill the vacancy, the IifjjjjRIind was such that it will be necessary in November to fill tiifijofijce for the re- mainder ot the term by election hf November, fhWninating Pri mary being held August 2nd, and as stated have held two terms in every county of the district beforeSKovernber. It is now asked to turn mo out before I have had oppor&bifytb do justice to nfy position and before you haVe had opport Why make a change? FaithflyVfyoors, IrviheMfr 10th, 1013. STANTON NEWS. Miss Malinda Hatton is some better and !s able to sit up ngnin. Leslie Holmes is able to get out of doors again after many days of tflX sickness. Mr. John Williams lias been sick for several days, but is able to be out again. Mr. Dud Easton, of Whitley County, is visiting at Dr. I. W. Johnson this week. itt County, fair-minde- -- Mr. Algin Derickson, of Breath wits down to see his mother last week. Mrs. M. A. Phillips was visit ing in Lexington at the home of her daughter .this week. Mr. Clay Knox and wife, of Louisville, are visiting the former's mother. Mrs. Henry Tipton. one-fourt- h Mrs. I" J. Skelton, of Ft. Smith, Mr. Ab Hall .rolled into town in his automobile this week and is Arkansas, and her sister, Miss Mary Lowe, of Beaver, Arkansas, were shaking hands with old friends. Miss Anna Clark returned home Creeds, Lowes, Bob Stone and othwith her sister, Mrs. Myrtice Con-le- e ers. This was the first time that to Paris to spend a few days. Mrs. Skelton hud been back to the Rev. Joe Adams, of Montgom- old home lor forty-fiv- e years. They ery county, was here making the say that there is no state like Aracquaintance of his many friends kansas and when one listens as this week. they tell of her resources and jier visiting their many kin folk, the bofof-jJtwi- ll The bridge near Dr. Lemming's barn needs fixing. Some horse one 4 of these days will step in the whole to. Hind Mfss Mina Knox will be one of the teachers at the college this coming year, and there is rejoicing over the news among th students who know her ability as a teacher. on the road workers the. all importance of doing what work is done as early us possible as late worked ronds do not have time to properly settle before winter? Another important feature is to have all partr of the road well drained. This much thoroughly done, and no re'al bad places will be found this winter. The grade work,'of course, is important but nothing is of the importance that Mr. Overseers, is drainage. plenso see to th's work this fall ;i8 best you can, then the traveling public will rise up and bless your uame this winter when they can use these improved roads. And Don't Forget the News. It seems that our old four page size paper has grown too small, having both this week and last to print six pages in order to accommodate our advertise e and to do justice to our readers. Let the business come, wo will try to handle it some way and make it a sour e of profit to our patrons as well a o'ui selves. And don't forget to Bend in your news items, as in these hot days when we must work twelve uud fourteeu hours a day we find little, time to gather up the nows. Speaking Dates Canceled. Owing to the serious illness of I cancel the appointments to speak at Clay Oity Friday night, at Stanton Saturday, and Irvine, Monday, to a future date of which due notice A. Easter. will be given. ' ' Railroad Freight Rates. There has been a great deal of agitation and complaint on the part of our people about Railroad Freight rates, claiming they are too high, and criticising the Kentucky Kail road Commission for uot regulating these rates. The Editor recently had an in- terview with Mr. H. G. Garrett, the Commissioner from this Dis-- trict, and he made the following statement, in substance: The Railroad Commission has no power whatever to regulate Railroad freight rates without making thorough investigation and giving the Railrotds the proper legal hearing. Most all of the Co(urts have made decisions on this 'point. If the people think aud believe the freight rules are too high, they should make complaint to the Commission and let the matter be tried out. He also states that he has hud many letters and hail many statements made to him, complaining of the high freight rates, aud at all. times he has asked the parties to tile complaint and it would be properly tried out. If the people in Eastern Kentucky, or any other part of the State are too cowardly to contend for what they believe to be their rights, then they are not entitled to a heariug before the Commission. 133 one of the best' lawyerB in the State and this being the case, it is not necessary for the complainant to have a lawyer to represent him- - In this way, the complainant is not put to any expense whatever. The people should not get it into their miuds that the Railroads Commission call just promiscuously go into the matter of dajusting freight rates wiihout any complaints being made. They would bo put in the position of asking A to use B. Biggest Fair in Kentucky. Montgomery County Fair Association, Mt. Sterling, Ky., July , inclusive. Every day a big day. Season tickets, $1.50. Fine Floral Hall exhibits; big e poultry premiums. Best in State and fast Trottrack ting and Pacing Races daily. Grolla'a famous Band and Orchestra aud a new feuture, Miss Charlotte M. Brand, to be heard evory day in .vocal solos. See saddle class, the $1,000 the $1,100 suckling colt class with 23-20- Richard Hurdwiek will leave Saturday to work on the new railroad where his father, Stnt Hardwick, is working, and Sarah will go to Mt. Sterling to stay with her sister. Mrs. Kate Whaley. of Sharps-burg- , Ky., and Mrs. Nora Armstrong and little daughter of Nash visiting their ville, Tenn., are M. A. Phillips this Uncle Judge week. Mrs. Nelson Blunt, Beatrice and little brother have returned from Beattyville where they attended the wedding of Linville Blunt. They say Linville got a splendid young woman for a wife. half-mil- futurf they almost convince you. But Kentucky is the finest state in the Union and we would, not trade homes for anv hom-iArkansas. Jve'ntucki arts '.haver Jfltateby the thousands and have traveled and settled down far and near hut there is always a longing for old Kentucky that is irresistable and finally brings the wanderer back to tho old soil. And go whore you will over this country of ours ami there is no state S"ng that is sung as much as "My Old Kentucky Hone." Even other states that have their state songs love our song the best. At the great World's Sunudy School Convention in Washington three years ago twenty thousand delegates shook Washington from one end to the. other in the singing of our tate song and they said that it brought the tears to thousands of people who were from Kentucky or who went living in other states but were bom in Kentucky. Yes, there is no pluco like Kentucky after all. n my wife, We call attention to Win. Ad ams& Son, Xena merchants; ad vortisement in this issue. They are ottering some rare bargains to their customers, Oall to see them. id save yourself some money. saddle class. Tho most elaborate programme ever offered by any fair. The biggest It is only a busiuess matter and horse show ever given in the a square deal should be given all State. Don't forget the dates-J- uly around. 28, 24, 25, 20. Come every He also stated that only a let- day as it will pay you. See the ter backed up by the party mak-in- mule races and the chicken shows complaint coming before the and hear good music. Commission, shall have all the and other attractions. attention possible and the Com- Write for catalogues to W. Hotr. mission will put forth every ef- man Wood, Secretary, Mt. Sterfort to see that justice is done. ling, Ky. It is uot even necessary for the The Rev. Judge L. F. Maun complainant to have an attorney. was called to Jackson Sunday The Chairman of tho Commission, Hon. Lawrouee B. Finn, is to preach some fuuerals. g Merry-go-rouu- d Now Bank Cashier. was a sad flight that greeted Will II. Courtney, formerly ot our eyes Sunday when one of our citizens was staggering upund down this city, and who was an assistour streets under the influence of ant of Cashier A. T. Whitt for whiskey. He is a good man- - when quite awhile at the Clay City sober but we are told by his good National Bank, has been chosen sad- wife that a low down scoundrel Cashier of.tho new Whitesbur 110 colts; the $150 8 year-ol- d dle class; the $100 harness ring; brings him whiskey from Win- National Bank recently organizclass and chester and he does not stop until ed at that place. tho $150 three-gaite$150 heavy harness class ; the $200 he goes the limit. The farmers in this day and yearling ring and the $200 The meetings at tho Christian age are entitled to the modem It d church euuie to a close on Sunday night. It has never been Stanton's fortune to have a better man to hold a revival meeting than Rev. There was C. O. Woodward did. nothing imotional nor any excitement about his sermons, but the plea was presented in an earnest and very forcible way. The uplift given to the church and to all tho people of Stanton has been greut and lasting. conveniences of good roads," rurul mail delivery and good schools. They can get them if after paying their taxes they place in county offices men seeking to serve their constituents and their country, instead of political grafters seeking a soft job aud a fat salary. Jackson Times. - Mrs. C. Shimfussel is visit inu her daughter, Mrs. S. D. Hall, at Too many of our young peopla of Some folks may uot be helped the town ure thoughtless when they come to the churcheervices, by going to church but they won't bo hurt. While the preacher is pleading so cer-tainly Lexington. should go over till the Juno term Candidates' Pledge. Many who heard the trial wore of the Powell Court. I urged that disappointed .with the verdict HOME GARDEN We, the undersigned candidates of both political parties, being cogthe ends of justico demanded Some things could not be proved nizant of the fact that much evil speedier trial than that, and sug that I would- - have been glad to r fctiu gested that two courses were A HOME-MACLUBS GROWING II II II uvtniiutiuii county, Kentucky PAPER. see proved, but the last Legisla voters of Powell pen; that I could cut the Madison ture, unwisely, ! think, passed and other rections of the state have May term short one week andca been brought about by the evil what is called the THURSDAY, July 1.7, J 913 practices of the use of money and a special tortn of the Powe Bill, which makes it unlawful and Campfire Girls of Louisville intoxicating liquors t influence voCourt for the 20th day of May an Winchester, Ky., July 11, 1019. try the case then, or, if the Com incompetent to prove against ters to vote in certain ways; we man diargod with o ime, any ud Use Vacant Lots. hereby io!emnly pledge ourselves as John E. Burgher, Esq., monwealth and the defendant missions or statements that he candidates of the Republican and Clny City, Ky., would consent to transfer the case makes while under arrest, in an Democratic pnrty that wo will neiMy Dear Sir: toOlark county, I would take one swer to questions of officers. Th ADVICE FROM AN EXPERT. ther use whiskey nor money or any I know that you are a just nnd wepk of the April term intoxicants or anything of value on there and a fair man, and that knowledge try the case on the 22nd day of trial Judges and all uourts are behalf of procuring votes for or for another and that wo prompts me to write you this April. This latter suggestion was hound by that Act. Children Taught to Help Furnish Their will not permit anv other peieon to These are the facts with refer letter. Own Tables With Freeh Vegetables. agreed to, the attorneys appoint do so either directly or indirect'y Idea la Spreading to Country Towns. I feel that your strictures on ed to defend giving their consent ence to the handling of the case and we further agree between ourand I know you will be glad to Future Men and Women In Close t lie Bourbon County jury that, selves nnd the citizens of Powell however, only on condition that have your recollection refreshed Contact With Growing Thlnge. county that should we break thi tried the negroes for the murder the jury be procured from some either in factor substance Tbo continual cry, "Back to the soli," of Mr. Pettitt are unjust, and County other than Clark. When as to the various steps and why they were taken. that is heard In tbe newspapers and that we will immediately withdruw that your criticisms of the hand- this was done, besides the regu May 1 close this communion magazines Is keeping tho attention of in the race in which wo are now ling of the case are not warrant- lar business in the Clark Court people tbe country as well as engaged ; nnd we further agree and tion wiVh a quotation from Judg tbe In In city ed by the facts. fixed on gardening pledge ouiselvt s that on the day those the there were pending there thirty One may be sorely disappoint Breathitt County felony cases John D. Carroll's address deliv and farming. This is not only true of before the Primaiy election to lie ed with a verdict and yet not im that naturally would have bee ered at the meeting of the State tho small town and tbe back country, held-o-n August the inl, 101!) that but It Is also true of our big cities, for we will sign an allldavit that we pugn the motives or assail the irieu aneau or tins case, but in Bar Association, which was held home garden clubs are growing In pop- have not used nny of the aforesaid at Olympian Springs last week? ularity nnd In numbers each season. characters of the members of th order to have a prompt tria means to corrupt the citizenship Judge OarroTTis one of our ables This spring tbe city of Louisville and to jury that made it. win votes for ourselves or for gave it the right of wav, and fix Judges of the Court of Appeals organized a borne garden club tbnt any other. That Bourbon County jury was ed the trial for the 22nd day of gardening among men, women and and one of the leading men of the children, and especially the children, Having tend the nloveuml being as attentive to the evidence and April, in order to Have the case State, and ,in discussing the might be pushed. That the work might sensible of all that it eonta;ns I argument, and as circumspect in tried on that day, I left, the bed speedy trial of Criminal Cases be real and that definite results might here unto subscribe my name. all its conduct, as any jury I hav side of my dying mother at five be obtained, vacant lots were secured had this to say : M. A. Phillips, at various points and model gardens ever seen. While I knew noneo o'clock that morning, came from Kate S. Bohaunan, "It is true there are times the men personally, they impress Madison county to Winchester J. P. Crabtree, ed me as true, good men and rep convened oourt, called tne case when some shocking and bruta Jesse Crowe, reseutative Kentuckiaus. Eac for trial, nnd after both sides had crime stirs the blood of the best A. T. Stewart, man was performing an unwillin answered ready, 1 told the coun of men and makes them feel that M. F. Benninglield, quick retribution should follow and an unpleasant public duty sel cm both sides of my mother's G. S. Spurlock, yet I cannot but think that when and I believe each was prompted condition and asked them if they James G. Rogers, by purely honest motives in ev would agree for Mr. D. L. Pen the time for reflection comes, as S. G. Baker, it always does, thev would be ery ballot he cast in the jury dleton to ry the case as Specie A. T. Knox, better satisfied if the course t: room. Judge, saying to them that if H. T. Derickson, justice was marked by the digni It is known here that eight o they did not, I would stay and ty I. S. Boone, and deliberation that so wel the men were strongly for the try the case, as it had to be tried John A. Sewell, death penalty for all four of the that week. The counsel kindly become tribunals that are clothed Jno. F Woodard, with the authority of the law and negroes, and that on one ballot agreed for Mr. Pendleton to try D. D. Potts, represent its majesty and its ten of them voted way, but that the case, . I suggested him be . F. P. Tracv, power. Anything that eucour when thev despaired of securing cause he is one of the best law M. Rogers. Geo. a verdict of that sort, they yield yers in Kentucky, abhors crime ages a teeiing that the Courts are not strong.enough to protect ed their views to those who held as much as any man I know, and upon the men and women of tomorrow to out for a life term. That may not as a lawyer does does not. defend any person by giving them an understanding and have been the wisest course, but criminals. After aiding to secure their custody, naturally weakens a growth which con only come through BOIIK (UBDBN CLUB OIBLS. close contact with the soil and growthey thought so, and they should a jury. I turned the case over to theirinfluenceand makes thought planted. A man who had practical ex- ing things. Education Is gradually not be censured foi it. Possibly Mr. Pendleton, returned to my ful people doubtful of their abil perience was engaged to take charge shirting to a rational use of books and the fact that the Montgomery father's home where my mother ity to stand firm in the face of of the work and Is now busy moving a fuller use of tbe life which tbe cblld. County jury was unable to make died on the 23rd. She was buri popular applause or popular in from place to place suggesting plans leads In the garden, In the borne, and and methods by which tbe children under blue skies. It means an educas a verdict, had some weihgt in ed on the 24th, and 1 immediate dignation. caii help furnish their own tables with tion that makes red blood throb in So that, notwithstanding the vegetables causing the Bourbon jury to agree ly returned to Winchester. The fresh from their awn gar young veins; It means on education clamor for spee'dy trials, I dens. that does things In the everyday to a life sentence rather than to trial was not concluded. I was The photo which accompanies this world: It means an education tluit ieve that trials can be fail to make a verdict. in the Court room when the Mont article was taken on the outskirts of close to tbe primitive; It means an May I give you a brief history gomery jury announced its fail speeuy, anu thus an more harm I.imlxvllle. where a group of four Camp education that tils the cblld for life than good to the body politic In lire (;irls have a model four plot g.n of the way the case was handled? ure to agree and was discharged essemng in place ot increasing den. Mnny people mean well who do instantly called a special term respect for law." The foul crime was committed TbN work will have vital eTiwt not do well. , on Wednesday, the 10th day of ot the Clark Circuit Court for the Sincerely Yours, February, 19ia. The Court met 30th day of June, the first open J. M. Benton, Circuit Judge. at Stanton on the 17th day of day, and announced before the March. The indictmeuts were people left the Court room, that I would try this case on the 1st) As a means of exterminating returned that week, and the who were in the Lexincton, day of July, again placing it a grass hoppers Kansas farmers are spreading poisoned bran in their Mt. Sterling and Winchester jails head of the Breathitt cases. July and August are my vaca fields. were brought to Stanton and the case was sot for triul on the 27th tion months, but I was determin "BACK TO THE SO.'L." of March. It was agreed by the ed to try this case at the earliest. Can attorneys for the Commonwealth possible day. The case was then MovementIdeals Be Aided by Modern and Methods. and the attorneys appointed to pending in Clark and could not The effort to better rum conditions touching a fundamental problem of defend the negroes, that it was have been moved to Powell, or useless to try to secure an unbi anv other County without con Vmerlcuu life. Tbe "bad; to the soil t;l tu tion can bare Utile permanent ased jury id Powell, and I had sent and that was not given. On icct until we go back to die tiller of fifty men summoned from Mont the 30th day of June, I was in- hu noil with tbe hixniriiiiiiii und enSome Beautiful New gomery. A heavy rain fell on formed by Mr. Spencer and Mr. ,bteumeut oof modern Ideals aud neiuoua. must carry lie message the night of March 25th, and the Winn, who under appointment, nto every fertile valley Mini to every Red River Valley was flooded all tad represented the defendants noutitulu side; we muxt net buck from day of the 20th and that night on the former trial, that thev bu traveled road ami tbe xteatii and electric Hues; we lutmt reach the little that are bound to please. Our line of and the next day. The trains were sick und would not be able Uuluted scbonlhouKe. tin, coiintn stopped running on the 20th, to try the case. Ordinarily that (lurches aud every uthei iixeucy thai an and only one man summoned would have entitled the case to tbo be a source of belli. We can che schoolteacher uud the Itlueiiuit from Montgomery was able to be continued, but I would not preacher a brooder viewpoint and reach Stanton, and he was the lave it that way, and I appoint deeper Interest In tbe welfare of theb barges an deeper becnus. lust man to cross the bridge just ed Mr. Wycoll' and Mr. Lindsay more practicalIntercutmore hopeful and should be seen to be appreciated. Come in and let us fit 'west of Stanton before a portion to defend, and persuaded them for must wo rent with this. A Mi H. of it went out. Not a sinele to accept the appointment, and lug feature of tbe new movement you up ready for the summer weather with goods that are both effort hIiow thelniKl witness from Clay City could get the trial began promptly on the tho determined tbe eltyto that he uess man In has i stylish and cool. We have our usual large full, store and can 11 to Stanton on the 27th. The term 8t day of July and ended with point of Intimate contact with tin farmer that In mutual iielu Is to h of Court ended on the 20th of the verdict that is known. advantage for cerainly please you. March. The next question to be Messrs. Wycoff and Lindsay found like thU work both. It Ik Ihimh We use determined was when the case cared nothing for those negroes, ou sound hocIhI linen. It Ix In liar could be tried, The attorneys for but their sense of duty to the mony with tbe llnct Ideals of the thin UCIC IS lliliriKt HJIIIHIill'UOII O f the Commonwealth and, those for Court caused them to act und tucklans In tifidluiTthe old xlnie nx the defendants were called into make the best fight they could. sumlug a place of leadership In mm tin conference. The attorneys for the nd for that they should be com- - dertaklug so splendid' nod' mi iimiiiiN Ing- .- Kdltorlul In Aiblsvitle Herald defendants iusi6ted that the case mended THE TIMES. v.i- DE Anti-Sweatin- g our-Belv- es 1 . WMrt-committe- I ne-gro- Let Us Show You Some of Our New GOODS. I - I ReadytoWear Suits Lawns, Percales, and other Dress Goods I la-e- n SHIMFESSEL'S; READ THIS FORE YOU VOTE. E-ti- ll, BE- - Ulay Uity, Ky., July 11, 1015). Democrats, being generous and Ji tliu Democrats of the 78rd Leg. willing if it would help theDem islative district, composed of ocrats of yielded, gave Estill and Powell counties: way and let Estill name the iiom Ah all are aware of the fact inec, not realizing then as she that on the 2nd day of August in does now, and has for some years this fiood vear of the Lord the back, that the trickster and the vuterH of all political parties, machine was at the back ot it; through the wisdom and by the and from that day until this good act of the last Legislature and by day have the Domocrats o.Pow-el- l no man unless first endorsed by the approval of the Governor, in county been allowed to nuuie dictatorship." The action of that which he mentions in his but one candidate in all these for United States good ydars that have slipped by mass meeting says, no Powtll, you are not entitled to have a Senator, as one of his grand us, tin'il now ; and still we are as Governor, gave met with the same old ring crv: candidate now or at any other to the people of Kentucky, a "No Powell, we won't notice you time. The action of that meeting primary election law, by which now, but. in November we desire says no Powell we don't ask you the voters of all parties might very much to hear from Powell to have any part or lot in saying 'hoose their standard bearers for early. Powell, 0 Powell, how who shall be the candidate, that :ach and every oflice in the State. much is our majority .ver there.'' meeting says no, we don't need Kree from the dictation of trick- But Icoiiih to the point: as I said, the primary election law that the sters, free from rings, free from Powell yielded ; McKiuney was last Legislature gave to the peomen who want to rule or ruin, nominated. When Powell's time ple of Kentucky that they might tree f loin men who say that al arrived again, here comes anoth- free themselves from the grip of though you live in a county com er wail, "Judge Riddell has the the trickster; that meeting says losing our district, you must not nomination for Circuit Judge and by its action, Governor McUreary ir act in signing that law was never ask tor a nomination un- we are afraid it will hurt Judge wrong, we vo got no use for it. less, we the ring, unless we the Riddell and we want to elect Now then, gentlemen, a vote dictator, say in advance of the him," and I want to stop long o wlio you shall cast your nough to say that that was the for Mr. Tuttle endorses the ring, primary ballot for on the day of the pri onlv wail that struck a tender a vote for Mr. Easter endorses the mary, unless we the ring say who cord in my breast. Powell coun- primary election, a vote for Mr. is clean and who is unclean, unless ty again gave way. Another Tuttle endorses the resolution we say who t he men are for whom time, wheji the State Committee that says the rings and tricksters we should vote, unless we say who sent out word to nominate a can- are the ones to say who are clean sire the men that the Independent didate for every Senatorial and and who are unclean; a vote for men who have no political home Representative district, there Mr. Easter says there are clean to shelter in and is now looking comes the same wail with this ad- Democrats in Powell county, a with an anxious eye and a throb dition: Mr. Sullivan, of Madison vote for Mr. Easter says there bing heart for a political home county, says if we put out a nom- are clean Democrats in Estill that he may cast his ballot, that inee"" for either it. means his de- county, who are just, as clean, he may fee I he is a part and par feat. But. Mr. Sullivan metv his who are just as honorable, who :el ot ins country, tn.it lie can just political reward when he are just as much entitled to the feel he has found a home in which concluded he did own the 8th suffrage of the voters as any oth ho can safely abibe. My friends Congressional district. And two er Democrat. Now theH gentlemen, if there jfyo'uvwill listen to the trickster, years let-usaid 'run Mr. lie says he can tell you in advance Lyle, and we gave way uguin. ever was a time that the Demoof the Primary where that home This brings us down to this time, crats of the 73rd district were on h, and even goes .so far as to say which is the most daring wail of trial it is in this race. If they who shall and shall not occupy any yet. lielieving as 1 do ami are iu favor of the ring they will that abode; now then fellow citi- as the Democrats of Powell coun vote for Mr. Tuttle. If they are zens and Democrats, I come to ty do, that Powell county was in favor of a fair primary election you in this card, as my wife is in fairly and justly entitled to the if they are in favor of a free balu very criticalcouditiou, and it is nomination on the Democratic lot and fair count, if they are in impossible for me to see but few ticket for Representative for the favor of each county having fair play and the privilege of naming of you, and say to you that I am . tVtJIII UIOUIVI III IJIIO I1IJIU, a candidate before the Democrats to Stanton, got my petition; the her candidate when its her time of the 73rd Representative dis- Powell Democrats signed it wil to do so, they will cast their baltrict for the nomination tof rep- lingly. I carried it to Irvine. Ev lots for Mr. Easter. If thev are resent the whole people of the dis- ery Democrat signed it I saw that iu favor of secret meetings, and trict in that body, and believing I presented it to, except two. waiting until the last, moment, it to be right for every man be- This before the mass meeting at and not give the whole people a fore he oilers for public olfiee to Irvine on the 2l$th day of June. chance they will vote for Mr. ask his own party for their en. According to the Tribune report Tuttle. This is the issue. It was (lorseinent. If lie should get that of that meeting and I have confi- made by the mass meeting of then he is prepared to go before dence iu Mr, White as editor of which the Tribune says was held i the whole people, give his rea- that paper that he published the on the 20th day of June, and in sons why he wants the ollice, why proceedings of that meeting cor- - conclusion I want to ask the 007 he asks them for their'suffrage. rectlv, and now then, believing Democrats of Powell county, I want now and as I have in the past, 98 where are you, whose side are you Now then, gentlemen, .to review without any malace or Democrats out of every 100 are on, and where will you be on the prejudice the history of this (lis-- for fair play; I also believe that 2nd day of August. I imagine I riot as regards the nominations at least as many as 70 out of the see you on that morning rise earmade bv the Democrats in the 75 that composed that meotiugare ly aud almost stumble over oach lust 12 or 14 years past, and if I for fair play and that they did not other to get to the polls to conmake a mistake or fail to state it realize the blunder they made in demn with your vote any such correctly, I am open for correc- that meeting and I believe they stuil' as was poked on to the vottion aud instruction. 1 carry you are willing to rectify their mis- - ers by that meeting. I ask again no further than the year 0. W. take and will cheerfully do 60. where are the other SOOgood Den Now as regards to what that mass ocrats in Estill that were not in Russell was nominated by the it according to all fair- meeting, did in recommending that meeting, who 1 believe will ness being Powell's time to name men for the county ollices, I have not for ono inpineut tolerate or the nominee of each party. Iking nothing to say, aud iu this card give their vote' to riiigstors. I "then a citizen of Powell, I oiler-e- will only take exception to what ask again where are at least 70 of for the nomination for the they did outside of that. Iu that the good Democrats that wore in place, and in a couveution of mass meeting they made an issue that meeting w)io doubtless gaye 'Powell Democrats held at Stan- in the ruce tor Kepreseutative, their assent to that resolution. I ton, received 70 out of a total of and I accept the issue that that believe they will condemn with '70 votes. After the vote was u meeting made. They passed a their votes that part of (heir work. 1 was declared the man unan resolution endorsing J. W.Tuttle Aslhave already said, the Demo.imously to present to the gener- for Representative, having never crats by their votes will let the Inal convention to conveue.at Spout giveu Powell any notice, aud dependents know if they are a Spring. Immediately after, when they knew that according fair party or not. If they cast iu with a plea to let her to fair play Powell should have, their votes for Mi;, Tuttle, the will have to 6ay, ftill name a Jinan ehu wanted to the nomination, they knew Pow- - the ProgressiveiTwill have to no; say runT I have not time to go into! ell'had'hor'cahdidate, they knew no. Iftheyca8t their ballots for all the details, but Powell couuty his petition had been 6eut to Mr. Easter they will say yes. The ! Frankfort, for Mr.Tuttle told mo out of his own mouth last Monday that ho asked the question himself of that meeting if 1 was not a candidate. They told him they did not know. They know that their action in this matter was a sIh p in the face of every Democrat iu Powell county. As much ns to say, "No, Powell you have not got a clean Democrat in your county, we want.1 a clean limn, we want to get. ahead of the Primary, we want to say beforehand what you must do, we want Domocrats will prove by their votes whether they are fair with themselves, and will treat us fair. Then can I ask every Democrat to come out to the polls oh the 2nd day of August aud cast his ballot for fair play, for honesty in the primary, honesty with each .i . i i .it inner unu oury rue lorKea tongue .....i. manipulations of political rings so deep that he will not ev- en have the strength of the locust. bome one lias said it, takes linn 8 years to go to China and 0 to come back. But let, us ask some astronomer to locate Halley's comet for us so as we can give him a posi- tion on its tail, and when the com-e- t makes its turn to visit us again, to give his tail a shake and drop the trickster into the abyss of oblivion. And I challenge Mr. Tuttle to meet, me at Clay City on Friday night thel8t.li, at Stanton Saturday the 19th, at 1 o'clock, at Monday the 21st, at o'- ciock, r.o donate the question at issue, and any other point he may select. Thanking the good people of Estill county and Powell for the splendid vote yon gave me when I did make the race before, and asking you, if I am right, to again honor me with your vote, I remain your obedient servant, ALBERT EASTER. . Ir-vi- 7 he New Schootbook Law. Ktrong effort ll expected to bo made nt the next session of the general assembly to amend tla textbook law, possibly restoring the system of state selection, The present low provides that ench county shall choose Its own A I made by county commissions those In fnvor of Btnto 8e,ect,on'' ,,ro desirous of securing legislative action rostor- ng u before the county commissions have n chance to act. Under the old state system the county Judges, county superintendents and county attorneys voted on the textbooks and n majority ruled. Some form of legislation will be considered by the Kentucky Educational association nt Its meeting In Louisville, April SO, and probably a draft of the measuro favored by nmn. Jorlty will bo prepared for submission to the general assembly. Editorial Pinevlllo Sun. posed of a member of the county board, a member of the board of ex aminers and n county school principal. The old contract will expire next year, mi ns o selections have ever been textbooks through n commission com- 1 The St. Paul man who strarted on a forty-dafast in an uttenipt. Kecord. to prove that his mind was kh A ropo''fc come trom North penor to his bodv lost out. A flvu man who would attempt such an Carolina of a i,en tlmt That hen must be a il (liiyexperiment, hasn't any mind to start, witli. poor mathematician. y I The Truant Law. When this law is so openly set at naught as to bring a particular case to the attention of tho public It is time that a halt was called and the malefactor mado to suffer for his shortcomings. The sending of a child to school is n moral duty, nnd when this moral 1uty is neglected by those whose duty It is to observe it Is tho duty of tho authorities to step in nnd take a hand. Wo want to tay that If the county superintendent's attention is called to some flagrant violation and she Is compelled to act tho strong arm of the Inw will fall In no gentle manner upon the shoulders of tho malefuc-tor- . Better send tho kiddles to school, which is your duty, nnd where they belong and thereby fulfill your moral obligation as well ns avoid a conflict with tho school nuthorltles.-Cent- nil es - The McGopmick Mower The old true and tried Machine that does the Work and does it Right. ' ugo-yo- n s Price for the Season, $43. V X T this Machine together with Rakes, and all other Farm Machinery of the International We sell Harvester Company manufacture. H. G. "WE USE" Crabf pee & Go., And don't d Clay City, Ky. DANIEL BOONE AXLE GREASE ta-ke- have to greaie but once a week. Made in Kentucky by CHAS. C. STOLL OIL CO. Lexington, Ky. I THE TIMES. 1UIILISIIKI' KVKIIY THCHSOAT. For Justice ol th Peace. Wo arc authorized to announce J. A Sewell ns candidate for Justice of the Peace in tho 2nd Magisterial district, of roweii county, subject to the action of the Democratic primary election in August. Wo are nuthnrlzcd to announce J. V Subscription rutee 81 a yenr or three oolery as candidate for Justice of the years in advance 8a. Pence in the 2nd Maclsterial district, I- - E. liurghcr, Publisher. second-clas- s of Powell county, subject to the action 01 me uemocratic primary, August 2nd Kentucky Crop' Report. The splendid prospects for good crops as reported on Juno 10th, have boon greatly lessened owing to tho severe drout throughout tho State. In some places local showers have been reported and crops in these lo calities are looking in splendid bout cleared up. There has been a largo corn crop planted and tho reports aro that it is gonorally clean and in good condition. If the drouth ia broken soon, there is everv nros. poet of a banner crop. J. W. NEWMAN, Com'r. of Agriculture. condition. Central and Western Judco Benton writes us a let Kentucky seems to be suffering To the Democrats of Powell ter defending the action of t lie "Yours for lcitid favor, Thursday, July 17, 1013. Court and tlio jury trying the more from the dry and hot county: weatfter prevailing. The condi S. A. Easter. I am a .candidate for Assessor. murdererers of Marshal A. T. Pet tion of wheat shows 00, which .CLUB RATES. tit. It is a complete review of is an increase over last month's For the convenience of our sub- the trial and we trust every read report of 5 per cent. Wheat is scribers, wo have arranged club rates er of the Times will carefully pe reported as not yielding so many with the following papers at prices ruse this explanation of Judge bushels per acre, but the quality neiow mentioned : Benton which we publish in ful is extra good. The condition of The Times and m this issue. Judge Benton evi- - rye also shows a higher average Courier-Journ$1.00 " Cincinnati Enquirer 1.10 dently has done what ho thought than was anticipated a mouth a M Wagons, Louisville Herald 90 best to bring about a speedy and go, same being 89 $47.00 and up Disc Grain Drill. $21.45 up per cent. The t " Home and Farm 1 SulkyTurning Plow cmplt 28.95 'J fair trial of these negroes Check Rower Com Planter. 28.35 corn crop is 08 per cent while the ' Inland Farmer .86 Marshal A. T. Pettit, standing condition shows 01 per cent. The Pitcher Pumps, "n0 " American Fanner Double Shift Riding Cultivator 2 7.50 " 1.60 Southern Agriculturist 75 on the publichighway without iir- acreage of oats is given as 88 per Pumps, Best Mowing Machine on ing a shot, was foully murdered cent, and the condition 74 per Ready mixed House Paints 1.07 Gal. 34.85 the market, bv a band of drunken negroes, cent, slightly lower than last Open Top Buggies. ANNOUNCEMENTS. 50c per square Felt Roofing. 30.85 up and .'iftnr thin mnritpr Inn linnrl month's crop indicated it would Top Buggies, $27.50 up. Gasoline Engines, 30.95 " . n,,H urumuy oeai mio a jeny, ev be, which condition was reported Woarenuthorizontonnnnnnnnn n Potts ns candidate for CountT.Iiidi'P nf identlv through tlie use of nn old as 79 per cent, June 10th. Dark SEE US FOB PRICES AND CATALOGUES. Powell conntv. subfect to the ruuruuu saw ine thi.Tm..rnjn,i iV:T " after the tie wiucH with writerblood Tobacco shows an acreage of 64 fiiist. murder the per cent while the condition is We are authorized to nnnonnno n still on the end of the tie. If 75$ per cent. Bnrley tobacco re It. Daniel as enndidate for Oonntv Hi orn it'no nror n toon in ttrliinK ports 80 per cent acreage and 79 Judge of Powell county, subfect to the . action of the Democratic primary elec- - 'ectrocution was deserved, it was per cent condition. 94 per cent tiiHl in August. in this cbso. nnH if tlmro tvno tr. is the acreage of potatoes; the We nre authorized to nnnonnnn AV. er a case in which n snpedr tri.il dry weather has had such an ef-hould be given it was in this case, fece that the condition shows on of the Democratic primary election in Circimstances, as Judge Benton y 76 per cent as" against 93 per cent, the outlook reported June anooil 1st. The sweet potato acreage is ' Ewen as enndidatefor County Judge of Powell countv. suhwt to iw nt.-nt excuse for a life sentence in the 93 per cent, while the condition tlieDemocraticnrimaryelectioninAu- - nlne.fi nf plrp.trnmitimi if tUara is 89 per cent. Bluegrass seed That an account with a Clean, Strong ProgressiTe Bank no "ee Ior electrocution m crop will be exceedingly short For County Attorney. We are authorizad to nnnn,. r "8 case rnere "ever will be in this year, and owing to the conA. Phillips ns candidate for Onnntv A t. anothei. then let thf riPTtspesinn tinued drouth pasture conditious gave you a considerable preitige in the business world? the Legislature repeal this law generally are short. The condition in August. Accounts of all sizes welcomed by the for the benefit of negroes who, tion of grasses is given as follows : police. We are authorized to nnnonnPA a w murder mountain No Bluegrass 74 per cent, Clover 78 of argument from any per cent, Alfalfa 87 per ceut and action of the Democratic primary elec- - eource can convince the people Orchard Grass-- ' 81 per cent. The tion in August. of Clay City that proper justice acreage of CowPeas is reported For County Court Clerk? has been meted out to the das at 90 per cent whl,l$,.tho condiWe are authorized to tardly assassins of Marshal A. T. tion is 89 per cent. . The acreage Crabtree as candidate forCounty Court county, suoject to the Pettit. of soy beans is 83 per cent and Ulc.'u' JU action of the Democratic primary elec- With $2,800,000 to expend on the condition 90 per cent. The HWil ill August CLAY CITY, KENTUCKY. We are authorized to announce I. S. good roads within the next two garden conditions are only about Boone as candidate for County Court years, Illinois begius to get rid 80 per cent ns the drouth has greatly effected same. Young of hat backwoods feeling, poultry is doing well, and the tiou in August. . U 18 1,,,e to rece,ve a v,ndica condition of chickens generally .t We are authorized t K. Woodard hh onndiilntn rv...l tion. of course, but it, in a wlinlo is reported at 93 per cent. ulJect lot bettter never to need one. .5ftS!!!in The condition of the fruits of m mi tun muiiNrauD pn- .. lunrtf aliinlini, 1. auusi, i the State have fallen below the viviiuii There is always plenty of room For Sheriff. at the top because many who get prospects earlier in the season. We are authorized to announce D. W Apples show 73 per cent as uMartin its uundidute for Rlnrlfr f i...., there become dizzy aud fall oil'. gains'e 85 per cent reported last HI county, subject to the action of the wi iiiucrmic primary election in August. month, peaches 70 per cent as a 1! SPOUT SPRING. e .aV4 ut'"nzed to announce II. gainst 78 per cent last month, . l .Denekson us candidate for Sheriff A. J. Curtis recently injured pears oo per cent as against 61 of Powell county, subject to the ac- iiuii 01 me uemocratio primary elec- - Ins diseased leg and is again kept per cent last mouth, plums 64 percent as against 67 percent iiuii Auguat, indoors. Train of 'Business Rolling Do.wn the last mouth, grapes 87 per cent as Wo rt Hlltlmfivojl r T ......... f - FranUlin Margisnn began the aguiusiou percent last month, uiinuiiiivu .I, "j. Kogers as candidate for Sheriff of Pow. Track of Time. vuiiuij, vim u.j, neeu ns Deputy, school at this place Monday with and blackberries 00 uer cent. subject to the action of the Kenubli- showing a somewhat smaller crop fair attendance. .tin I'lliuuij nl.....! fIII AUgUSt. .....I n.Intii.M UICUWUII tiiun was reported earlier. made is We are authorized to announce T. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Edire. of The disease known as catarrhal J Ponder as candidate for Sheriff of Pow- - Winchester, spent a few days fever or pink eye among the Money V. co,u"iy suDject to the action of the Uepubllcan primary election in August. with relatives mid friends here horses, which has been prevalent the first of the week. in certain localities lor some : . i t.. i. For Superintendent of Schoolj. .....ii in nine rj Ladies' $3.50 Trimmed Hats for $2.50 We are authorized to announce Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. II. F. Christo-phe- hand is lupunuu to oe won for i( and no new outbreaks K. S. Bohannan as candidate for Super60 per yard went to Clay City WednesSimpson Calicoes, intendent of Schools of Powell coun- day to consult a doctor in regard the past ten days have been re ported, and the localities suiter ty, subject to the action of the Demo25c " Best 9-- 4 Sheeting, to Mrs. Christopher's health. cratic primary election in August. ing most from this disease tiro a Entered as mail matter. On account of sickness I have been unable to canvass tho county. I tako these means of reaching the voters. I would like to see every one, but as stated a. bovo it will bo impossible to 'do so and I would like for you to consider my condition and I would appreciate any favor any Clay City, Ky., July 9, 1918. one would do for mo in any way. A New Wav in Merchandising. al VERY ATTRACTIVE PRICES. - - Mrs. J. W. Williams. Did it Ever Occur to You SttS -- MSSl&SiSySa neo Clay City National Bank, notltotefa' -111 A f.- ....... -' Hush! Listen Here! Saved. (i 111 .1 .1 I . Money r authorized to announce. W. II. fhacker as candidate for Superintendent of Schools of Powell county Mibject to the action of Uepublicai! primary election in August. Vn? ar. USE MILLS EliOTJhi Gingham Crash Towling, . 7 10c 1-- 2 " " Poplin, . .1 . 20c . " 44 AUgUBl, For Assessor. We are authorized to mnmim,.,. c i Kaster as candidate for Assessor' of Powell counts, subject to the action of niu ueiiiiH'rauc primary election in We mm ANUNEXPECTBPOUEST will enjoy the delightful trial of bread that is made from the Pearl Hour. The loaves made froiu this high jjrutle Hour are tine, Jight,white and of tempting tlavor and a satisfy ing luoheon can be made 6n the excellent bread (with sweet butter) that is made from tho Pearl flour. home-made for lunnheon or dinner t Best Pique . White and Tan Linen, 25c 25c " " " August. are authorized to announce Geo jh. uoger as riiiuiiUiite for Assessor of I'owell county, subject to the action of me 4i'iocrrtuc primary election in We are authorized to announco W. (r. Frazier us candidute for Assessor of Powell county, subject to the action of the Democratic primary, August 2nd. For Jailer. cut sales on all goods in stook to make room for fall and stock, so these goods are going, call and get your part. Fornxt thirty days We are authorized to announce Jesse Crow as candidate for Jailer of Powell county, subject to the action or the primary election In August LOWE & CROWDS, Rosslyn Merchants. Made by J. ANDREW GAIN, Versailles, Ky, It THE THURSDAY, TIMES. July 17, LOCAL M BREVITIES. Stamps, of the Orphanage, made a I rip to Lexington Thus iss lay. Mr. ami Mrs. W. T. McUuiro were in Lexington two days this weuk. Judge Mil n ii will preach at the Methodist dm roll Sunday and Sunday night. eon Misses Ethel and Betsy John are visiting relatives in Mont iiomury county. Dr. Irvin reports the birth of a irirl to Mr. and Mrs. Will Hall on Sunday, the 18th. Misses Adalene and Josephine Hazelrigg, who are teaching school in the upper end of the ountv, visited home folks over Sunday. Mrs. J. M. Hall and children, of Grain Valley, Mo., arrived here Sunday to visit her mother, Mrs. Sarah Shimfessel, and other relatives. We acknowledge roceipt of season ticket to the Montgomery county July 23, 24, 25 and 20. This is one of the biggest county lairs of the State and is always liberally patronized by Powell county people as it shold be. Mt. Sterling has proven herself to be a friend to the mountains and mountain people should continue to patronize Mt. Sterling in return for their kindness. For Cuts, Burns and Bruises. In every home there should be a box of Bucklen's Arnica Salve, ready to "apply in every case of hums, cuts, wrunds or scalds. J. H. Polanco, Delvalle, Tex., R No. 2, writes: "Bucklen's Arnica Salve Haved my little girl's cut foot. No one believed it could be cured." The world's beHt salve. Only 25c. Becouinionded by all dealers. Ad. One of the Unsightly Spots Best Schools In Kentucky. Are cured by Dr. Hobson's Eczema Ointment, which heals all skin Class A High School. Students eruptions. No mutter how long given full credit at Normals, you have been troubled by itching. Colleges and University. Large burning, or scaly skin humors, just per cent, of students get first- put a little of that soothing anti Dillard Watson, who attended your has set up his The Katy-diGeo. Martin and Joe Ilolman, regulates the bowel", here last winter, is sick of fall song which is, according to of Rosslyn, are in town today. children to health and happiness. typhoid fever on Hardwick's an old saying, only sixty days Mrs. J. A. Brlsbin, of Elgin. III., Creek, where he has been teach till frost. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Patrick, says: ''I have used Kiokapoo Worm ing school. Kimbrell, are in the city today. Killer for years, and entirely rid There is a noticable absence of my children of worms. I would Lexington is in the throes of a the large horsefly which usually not be without it." Guaranteed. Rid Your Children of Worms bad street car strike. All eT All druggists, or by mail. Price appears at this time of the year You can change fretful, forts to run the cars by New York greatly terrifying both horses and Kickapoo Indian Medicine children into heaTthy, happy 5iBc s have so far fail cattle. Ilis absence is very agree youngsters, by ridding them cf Co., Philadelphia and St. Louis. ed. able to both man and beast. Cat worms. Tossing, rolling, grinding Adv. Mrs. Carrie Welch, of I'aris, tie doubtless will do much better of Ueth, crying out while asleep, PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. visited her cousin, Mrs. Wm, C. without him than they usually accompanied with intense thirst, week an. have been doing with his com pains in Martin, the first of the the stomach and bowels, Services 2nd and 4ih Sabbaths of is now visiting her sister on pany during the hottest season of feverishness and bad breath, are each month. Hardwick's creek. the year. symptoms that indicate worms. Prayer Meetings, Wedned.)y oven Mrs. Mattie Kerns, of Sharps Kiokapoo Worm Killler, a pleas The King of all Laxatives ings. burg, and Mrs. Kobt. Armstrong For constipation, .headaches in- ant candy lezenge, expels the worms Chas. G. Mann, Pastor. and daughter, of Knoxville,Tenn. digestion and dyspepsia, use Dr. are visiting the former's uncle King's New Life Pills Fnul Mat and the hitter's brother, C. A. hulka, of Buffalo, N. Y., says they Hazelrigg. are the "King of all laxatives. They are a 'Messing to all my fami The good showers continue to When in Need of fall just at the right time to keep ly and I always keep a box at home." Get a box and get well. every thing growing. Corn crops in this county upon the whole Price 25c. Recommended by all never looked better or more dealers Adv. promising at this time of the WANTED. year. Four energeticyoungmen to canCard of Thanks. vass small town and country. Ex We wish to thank our many cellent opportunity. Cabient Mantles, Grates, Tiles, Good com friends who so kindly assisted us mission, balary guaranteed. Ad in the brief illness and sudden dress E. A. Summers, Stanton Ky. death of our little darling baby, Louie M. Garrett. STANTON COLLEGE, We also wish to thank Itev. STANTON, KENTUCKY Maun for his kind remarks that Opens August 18th, 1913. he made at the grave. Go to or Write Mr. and Mrs. Carl Garrett. d si'h.iol strike-breaker- Builder's Hardware, or Heating Cooking Stoves, Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, septic, Dr Hobson's Eczama Oint ment, on the soresand the suffering stops instantly. Healing begins that very minute. Doctors use it in their practice and recommend it. Mr. Alierean, of Littletown, Pa., says: "Had eczema on forehead; Dr. Hobson's Eczema Ointment cured it in two weeks." Guaran teed to relieve or money refunded. ll druggists, or by mail. Price 50c Pfejffer Chemical Co.. Philadel-phi- a and St. Louis. Adv. class certificates. Tuition $2.00 per month. Board at dormitory as low 'as $1 50 with work. Scholarship for poor boys pcr-we- ek, Winchester, - Ky. and girls Write immediately for our limited SPECIAL FIFTY DOLLAR OFFERI Rev. J. C. Hanley, Pres., Stanton, Ky. r' CAPITAL. STOCK. K K 8100,000 liOO.OOO mi 'i HARD WICK & COMPANY'S Ej SUHPM7S ANHT7N. DIVIDED VUOV1TS. THE Come to Our Store And let us show you what a nice line of goods we carry. 1 m IS jgtj j j Winciikster Bank. OK. WlNOIISTKH, KY, 'A Our stock of Dry Goods, Notion1", E N. llOLXY WjTIIBKHI'OON, PlIKH. ; v. it. si'iiak, oahhikii. 1. Clearance JJ Groceries, Hardware, Clothing, Shoes and etc. is replete with ti YOUR ACCOUNTS SOLICITED Variety, Style a maun mm zi THIS COMBINED WITH OUIt A CourM. Sale. We will sell at greatly reduced prices during this Clearance Sale the following: Men's and Hoys' Clothing in nMiiiAiin UW Ktv.nmunu.nl. Training School for Teachers L.4luff to Low Prices Make it to your interest to give us a good share of We strive to please our customers be- f IC.UtlKkf. HM.f. Courw. tod bttHl TuWloo Pre. to Ap tMjt.tu... Tor. iiilrndl-- dvr. . new u.au.l tf .iulu. bulMluir KhuL. hh I e.lri-- ! rrutlo.irkool, dprliTifOt.fM'lllr.. Ilome.ll. Hcloe. Vlr.lT.rjuUHu.Kfp. iru.wlim. Tern. H. fcrnlwrt. 8M0.4T.rra SLool J.M 14 tl, rn.rtaTrrnipiUT, tmmM School. ttnc.ttt. Ytltt I. .11 Kuu C.r. both Suits and Odd Pants, Men's Hats, "Queen Quality' low cut Shoes for Women, in both Oxfords and Pumps, Walk-Ove- K.vl. r low cut Shoes for Men, and all wash Dress things wo c.ulugu.r,. !. . Jimr joods, Wo have the new, popular and up 3n ciUb, iwto, in all these lines. To give you an idea of the cuts are your trade. making, will give you some prices. Men's and Hoys' cause we knowsatisfied customers are ourbest assets. Suits and Odd Pants, a 5$ to 35$ cut, Men's $3.5n 4.00 Oxfords and to 83.50, Women' Hats at ones at . :.'., Pumps at 83.00, $3.50 ones at 82.00, low cuts at l.O0. 84 00 ones at 83.0(1, Men's 85.00 Yours to please, WALDRON & JOHNSON, ftf BOURION POULTRY CURE Waltersville, Ky. down a chick' throat cures fapes. A few drop la the water cures ana prevent cholera, diarrhoea and other chck diseases. One eoc bottle makes u gallons of medicine. At all druggists. Sample and booklet on "Diseases of Fowls" sent iltliU. feurktn RffMtfy Co.lulartea,'!. 83,50 ones at $2.00; wash Drees Ooods, 'ioo per yard val1ie ues- ut lOo to 18u per yard, '2()o valuer at 13c, values at He, 18Jo values at Do, and 10c values t 7e. iMsiiliMSMiMeMMsaMiHawHaMavMawatMHMMBeaMBiiHSBBiiHMeaHBiM Hardwick & Co., Stanton. Candidates' Pledge. "Wc, the undersigned, cmidi-ihte- s for ollico in Powell county, ilougreo and promise that wo will not. directly or indirectly, or through others give, loan or put into the hands of any person inv Hpiritious, vinous or malt liquors money, property or things of val ue whatever for the purpose of liuyiiii;, procuriiii! or inllueiicinj any person to vote for us, or any one else at said election. And should we, or in our interest, with our consent, or without our op position, we pledge ourselves to withdraw from the race In which we may be candidates. "It is further agreed that each signer hereto will report any vio latiou of (his ugretmetit, to the Chairman of the DmnocratieUom mittee of. Powell county, within live days from the time such infor mation shall come into his pos Make Your Wet Land Productive. horned. Owner can have eamo by by tho U88 of Hall's Catarrh Cure. proving this property and paying Frank J. Cheney. charges. Berry Barrnett, Sworn to before mo and subscribSpout Spring7Ky. ed in my presence, this Gth day of Died, the 1(5 months old child December, A. D. 188G. of Bob Thacker and wife in the b'eo us for your shoo wants. A. W Gleaeon, Forks neighborhood Jul 8. Fu Seal Mrs. J. W. Williams. Notary Public. noral services by Eld. A. Easter Hall's Catarrh Cnre is taken inState of Ohio, City of Toledo, ) ss. and burial at Powell's Valley ternally, and acts directly on the Lucas County, ) the 0 inst. Mr. and Mrs. Thackblood and mucous surfaces of the Frank er have the sympathy of old that he is J. Cheney makes oath system. Send for testimonials free. senior "partner of tho firm neighbors and friends in their of F. J. CJieney & Co., doing busi Address F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, 0. bereavement. ness in the Citv of Toledo. County Sold by all Druggists, 75c. and State aforesaid, and that Bald Strayed. firm will Day the sum of Ore Hun Take Hall's Family Pills for There came to 1113' place about dred Dollars for each and every case one month ego two red yearling of Catarrh that cannot be cured steers that huve never been de A. Phillips, D. I). Potts. W. G. Frnzicr. M. mm CopvniaHTS Ac, OVER 68 YEARS- EXPERIENCE trade marks Designs Anron icndlnf a katch and description mar qulcklr auceruin our opinion free whether an l. liiTentlon la probably patentable HANDBOOK on I'aleuti ant free. Oldest ejrencf for leourlnir patenti. I'atenta taken tbrooib. ilunn A Co. recalta tew notU4, wimoai cuargs, in ma Scientific JMerkan. A kandiomelr of anr tclentlBo Journal. Termt, t3 a rear! four montha, L Bold brail newadealers. MUNN York D. 0. Branch lllmlrated weeklr. Tjinteat ICo8jrri',New Farm Drain Tile By Trees! Trees! Trees! Fruit and Ornamental Strawberries, Shrubs, Hedging, Asparagus, Rhubarb, drapes, Roses, Peonies, Phlox, etc. Everything for Orchard, Lawn andOardcn. NO AGENTS Saved GiiTs life "I want to tell you what wonderful benefit I have received from the use of Thedford's writes Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky. "It certainly has no equal for la grippe, bad colds, liver and stomach troubles. I firmly believe saved my little girl's life. When she had the measles, they went in on her, but one good dose of Thedford's ht made them break out, and she has had no more trouble. I shall never be without Black-Draugh- t," Black-Draught Black-Draug- "Jt is further agreed that each signer of this paper will on the e veiling of the primary election subscribe to an oath (before t he K.ud chairman) that he has not violated said agreeinen, and that tne same, to his knowledge and belief, has not been violated by anyone for him, and if said oath be nut subscribed to. then tlu pTson refusing to do so shall for feit any nomination he mavhave r reived in said election." .1. W. Allen, P. P. Tracy, S A Easter, James P. Marthi. .1 the use of drain tile you cat. turn that low, wet, useUss, swampy field into the most productive spot on your farm. Good tile, properly placed, not only carries ofl 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 many tunes the eost of the tile. Ttie first year's crop from tiled land pays for it. Any body can do the work uecessfullv. Write for particu lars or cell at oui plant. FREE CATALOG H. F. Hillenmeyer&Sons Lexington, Ky. BLack-draugH- T in my home." For constipation, indigestion, headache, dizzi- ness, malaria, chills and fever, biliousness, and all similar ailments, Thedford's has proved itself a safe, ag reliable, gentle and valuable remedy. If you suffer from any of these complaints, try Black- fl1 Draught It is a medicine of known merit Seventy-fiv- e years of splendid success proves its value. Good for young and old. For sale everywhere. Price 25 cents. Black-Draug- ht J, A Woolery, I. S. Boone, S Kwen, J. P. Lewis, II Norton, Charley ileaiis, V. P.. Red River Brick & Tile Company, STANTON, KKNTUt KY I I I Jj 5 II. Faulkner. J. A. Bowen, Hatton, Luther Stephens, P.. F. rroiuitifobuined IMpreii. I SHIPP'S QUICK-RELIE- F It is a very serious matter to ask This Is the liniment the people are for one medicine and have the talking about. wrong one given yco. For this It Is the most wonderful remedy for reason we urge you in buying to renuving i navu ever useu. tiapi. be careful to get the genuine Anderson Hurry, Lexington, Ky. I used this liniment and the pain and BLAck-Draug- ht soreness disappeared like magic. Jailer W. T. Ballenger, Lexington, Ky. For relieving aches and pains this Liver Medicine liniment heats any tiling I ever saw. J. II. Lot ton, Lexington, Ky. The reputation of this old, reliable medicine, for constipation, inIt is the ouly remedy T have found digestion and liver trouble, is firmt' at has given me am relief since I wap ly established. It does not imitate paralizcd four year ago Mrs. Susan other medicines. It is better than Welborn, Xewburg, Ind.' others, or it would not be the faIf it fails to relieve any pain in anv vorite liver powder, with a larger part of the IhkIj- - in fifteen minutes, ask-fusale than an others combined. your money back. SOLD IN TOWN F2 SOLD BY ALL LKA DINO DUUGOISTS. r LINIMENT. Very Serious Send Sketch. 1mI or l'liotn. for FREE REPORT on patrnuLil.ity. l'utent pract- IWJ rxuiu.iTCI7. XI f.tr tr.fcKt; . htna a rent In ttnmpit for Inralnahlr iiook on HOW TO OBTAIrt anl SILL PATENTS, Which par will rT. Jlmr to partiwr, patent law and other raUiaWekhI lufurmalloo. l.&TCm countries OR HO rrt. inU.JUTN1 'OIITIIlflir. rOTJL. 1 rr ft D. PATENT LAWYERS. 303 Seventh St., Washington, D. C.J SWIFT & CO. J .1343 RIGHT HBRE IS YOUR CHANCE TO fcUY THAT straight-from-the-Shoulder TYPEWRITER! Typewriter Talk by This is a a Typewriter Man to the Readers of The Clay City Times. No other typewriter built ro- Hitrdless of any claims made is the equal of tho now Fox Visible Typewriter either.. In material uxeu, or in workmanship, or in the number and convenience, of it Stop, Look and Listen. Gome spend your money with us, Get what you pay fot in amount and quality. We are listing the most Clearance Sale ever known in the history of our counMoney-Makin- g special features. There arc many good typewriters , being built and sold, but we claim for tho now box irsible Typewriter that it it better tiiaii the best of these, and that its autuiniitio features com bined cannot bo found in any other typewriter. The Now Fox is a typewriter time win meet with the npproviil of tho most eritical user. A single demonstration will convince you wo will make it at our expend, if you will permit us. Whether you have had the uni of a typewriter or not, you havo paid for one many times over. Yes sir, wo mean It; everyday you continue using tho old, plow method of writing with a pen you lire unconsciously paying for a typewriter. Tho farmer who cuts bin grain with a scythe pays with every drop of sweat for a reaper. 1 f you are neclectful of your wearing apparel and oxposo yourself unnecessarily to the rain and cold you are paying for tho very thing that would havo kept you well and comfortable. Kemember this and mark it well: You must pay pay pay for the necessities of thin life, whether you use them or not. try you. The following articles long as they last, which can't ba long, at the reduced prices we are fo THIS IS "BETTER THE THAN THE BEST OF ALL OTHERS." NEW VISIBLE FOX making. SENT. ON FREE TRIAL, Express Paid. BaMMaW VaMMBaBBNaBaa Look at tho Illustration of our Now Fox Visible Typewriter, shown above, and compare it with any other typowril-01- 1 r j on have ever seen or used. Hero Is a really YISIHLK typewriter note that tho printing point is ton in plain ight, and that tho typo bars riso from where they are lying and strike the platen In full view of tho operator, and in a lirect line of virion, and that all of what you havo written remains in full sight until tho paper is removed from tho ypowriier. compare tins witu inose oiu smc typewriters, that some linns are still auvttrtising as visinies, out on vhieh tho printing point is beneath tho typolmrs, and you havo to look down into them or between thorn to see what on havo written. ' Touch a key In tho keyboard and you chauiro the color of vcur writlnc instantly from black, blue r purple to red. Press tho Tabulator Kov at tho left (in front) for imrnizrnnliiiiL'. wrltlnvr tho comnlinientnrv closliiL'. to. ; also for nll.kinds of billing. At tho right (In front) is our Back Space Km?. This moves tho carriage backward for miking correction, or putting In puiictuntion. This key also enables the operator to erase a word of three letters and vrito ono of four In its place, l'ress tho Stencil Key shown at tho left (front) for making stencils from which thou-anof duplicate letteis can bo made. Four row of kojs reduce tho lehlfting The right Shift Key lock iiiti niallcally for writing In all t ap. A poiiivo automatic Lino Lock proteins Jou from writing beyond a predeter-iiine- d " lino. Tho riblkm travels in a line not straight acrot-- from spool to Bool iis on others thus using all f tho ribbon and. making it last three or four limes its long as on other typewriters. The ribbon autpmatically i .iM-iiriuii t.i f spool 10 me outer wiinoiii any attention iroin tne operator. L'umiigea are iniercnangcanie, mm run on jiii i ueari g irm-ar- . riaiensare removaiiic, nt unit no n a nuru itpu son platen can no useu on tiie.samo typewriter. i: .xtreiiiely Huhi timeh, "No falling leaf is lighter than tho touch of tho Fox Typewriter." Choice of Elite, l'lca, l l(niran, edigm Itomnii, or Italic Tjpi wo tarry more limn (l.rto thousand special typo In stock, of our own na iiufm'turo. and can furnish koyboardsjor any laiiuiiaco. 1 hel-obus an easv. almost noiseless action, is vorv durable. ud is sent complete with cleaning oulllt and metal cover with hardwood base Thf is the Fox, tho typewriter wo manufactire this Ahe typewriter that wo will send to anyone anywhere In tho 'nlted Stutes oniFreb Trial, all express charges fully palilJTia "red tape" no delay no obligation tobuy. If purchased ft or trial you eaiCpay a little down whatever you can spare and the balance in small monthly payments. Header, in all sincerity wo can honestly say this proposition has never i equaled by any other' typewriter company, and all wo ask is that you write us today NOW giving us your name and address.so wo can send you ourcatie og and write jou personally about our typewriter and Free Tiinl plfer. ds one-third. "gig-scngs itl Con-oiiM- 'd $3.00 Ladies' 2.00 Gents' Low Trimmed Hats at $1.50 " cut Shoes " .. .85 " " Ladles' $3.50 at 2.75 3.25 2.60 1.60 2.25 2.00 duce only. 1.35 We sell ior Cash and Exchange for Pro- WM. ADAMS Xena, Ky. & SOI, Fox Ty(pe.writer Co., Manufacturers, Dlay Citys Times, , Local Representative for Clay City and vicinity. SKT.riffe