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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): July 24, 1913 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1913 cla1913072401_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 24, 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 w I. 11.11 , II. . - -- - 8i.oo v We are here to help Clay City, a Year in Advance. tie SurroDnling Country and Onrselves. .1. E. Burgher, Piiblisficr. VOL. XVIII. A Fair Mindcd'Man. Hon. B. S. Wilson, of More head, member of the last session of t lie Legislature from the Bath Rowan district and one of the brightest members of that body, withdrew from the raoo in favor of T. J. Evans, of Bath county. Mr, Wilson was urged, to make -ric-e(- CLAY CITY, KY. THURSDAY Irvine, July 10th, 1018. To the Voters of 28rd Judicial District : Again I address you through the newspapers because the hold ing of the courts take my time aud prevent me from peeing muny ot you in person. I do not depend on the recommendation of a few made without regard to any fitness for the office of Circuit Judge, but refer to these facts ill support ot my claims. The Governor appointed me to the vacancy after consideration of the merit .arid qualifications of all applicants. ,11 e e'ndorses me by that action. ., My record'or twcmtyffve years" in the practice-o- f lawTamong9t my people endorse me, The Democratic candidates in Estill and the Democratic Coun ty Committee in Estill endorse me, My record on the bench as Judge, the business J have done and the manner and character ot my decisions endorse me. Ask the attorneys practicing before me whether I am fitted for the place. Some of them will represent you if ydu have a case in court. Go to Estill and look at my record. uo yon una any neeu ior a cnunger vvny snouiayou vote a- gainst me? - JULY" 24, J9I3. STANTON NEWS. NO. 80 . JJiefHceeiyiPcoTeaof Bath corin. ry. 'embcra tr,"a nd onjy an fiou thinking Bath would put up no candidate this time, but when later a Bath man came out, no iinount of persuasion from even Bath county Democrats, and oven after ho had the nomi nation won, could keep him in the race, as it was Bath's time and he would not break any of the party in the two counties. Mr. Wilson is a broth ;r of Mrs. . B. McGlone of this Give Us a Call. city where he has visited and has many friends, who would like to When you come to the show see mm returned to the Legisla- next Wednesday come around to ture when Rowan's Mine comes the Times ofH.ce and give us a 'round two years hence. chat, telliug us all the news you know and how the candidates Voters Signing a Pledge too. The voters of Clark county are are running in your neighborup in arms against the corrup hood. We are for all that have Tionists, ana nave prepared a announced in the Times and all that haven't. Of course pledge which obligates them pejve8 to not vote, for any candi we can't vote for all of them but date using money or lipuor in only wish there was a good office their campaign, and to vote only for each one. Tor the ones not- - using money or We Respect our Subscribers. fiquor. A rousing meeting waB A representative of a collection held to rlly voters to the agency was here this week and .this, measure and in this tried to talk us into giving him some of our "hard to ' colle'ctV subscription accounts. We told would, sign the; pledge, and. in q"o- him no, we love our subscribers ing so he would cut himsilf loose and cannot afford to put their from all promises he had made into the hands of a cold- any candidates. At this meet accounts collection agency hearted that ing 147 voters signed the pledge can really "draw blood from a as quickly as they could get to it. It is predicted that 8,000 of 4,000 turnip." voters of the county will readily Attending the Big hair. sign the pledge The big Montgomery County Fair is going on at Mt, Sterling School Per Capita. Superintendent of Public In- - this week aud many Powell coun-tpeople are attending and re TTnmlAt.t. ntrnc.t.imi nnnnnni-pport the fair a great success both that the school per dapita for the scholastic year of 1012 and 1918 from point of exhibits and atand been fixed at $4 the same as tendance. last year, lne per capita was a difficulty arising in a dis made ou an estimated rovenve of In pute over an election argument $8,038,000. The school census Richmond Saturday afternoon for the year 1018 in the rural at Sidney Winkles fifty, stabbed school district is: White, and killed Wade Reeves, thirty- colored, 52,040, making a five. Both men had been drink total of 584,848, and in the cities, ing heavily. white, 111,484; colored, 25,480, making a total of 180,970. The At the Mt. Sterling court mar school sensus for 1018 shows 'a ket Monday cattle sold well at falling oil' of 12,280. which is prevailing high figures and mules to the fact that there also sold high and this too under is no fraud in the taking of the a Democratic admin census, istration. T sup-port.of Yours-ver- y truly, HUGH RIDDELL. made good and will return to Middletown i'na few days. Supt. S. Gr Baker gave a fine lecture on the subject of the Farmers Uniori1a,t the Methodist church Saturday' night. Mr. Ba ker is one of pur leading men and is an interesting speaker as well as a progressive business man. Mr. Dillard Watson, who has typhoid fever is. much improved, Ho will teach the Little creek school when he-iout of danger and that will probably be only a s few days. We wish him a speedy s and permanent recovery and m his wottr. sue-ces- Little Katherine Mize, aged a- bout eight, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Win, Mize, andDarthy Nelson, aged six, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. B. Nelson have the typhoid tever. They have a severe attack and show but little o d 581,-80- improvement at this writing. Mrs. Melviu Gravett, who has been seriously ill, and for some time lay ax the point of death is gradually growing stronger. She was taken to Lexington and returned but slightly improved. The doctors were almost at a loss as to what the disease was so they have decided that it was one of the fonnB of erysipelas. Mrs, Gravett has the very best of care, and with the advice of her physician, Dr. Northcut, we have evey reason to think that she will soou be out of danger and we hope that we shall have the pleasure of seeing her permanently restored to health full-fledg- - SPOUT SPRING. Born, Tuesday, July 22 to Mr. aud Mrs. Dave Whito, a daughter. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. James Harrison, Saturday, July 12th, a daughter. Clyde Townsond has returned from Middletown, Ohio, where ho has been for soveral weeks. M. B. Eubauk, of Clark coun-ty- , weighed up a number of lambs here Monday at 5 ceuts. Elder Paul Derthick, of Stanton, came down Saturday to fill an appointment, but upon learning of the regular services at the Methodist church called in this appointment and attended these i Gets Leg Cut Off. Henry Huggins, single, brake-ma- n on an L. & E. freight, got his left leg cut off in this city Saturday afternoon while on duty by freight train. He was rushed immediately by special train to a hospital ut Lexington, Latest reports aro that he is getting us well as could be expected. Several,dogs in the city and county have goue mad aud been killed the past soveral days. Excessive hot weather is supposed to originate hydrophobia in dogs when it is transferred to other dogs, animals and human beings by bites from dogs, cats or other animals born with their eyes Vaughn's Mill. Misses Laura and Rosa McKin- ney, of Spout Spring, visited rel- atives at this place Saturday and Sunday. The Sunday school will be held at 2 p. m. instead of 10:80 a. m. Plea's" remember the change and take advantage of it. Mr. Sam Tipton, of Little Creek, has been seriously ill for some time with the dropsy, but is now much improved. Messrs. Leonard and Samuel Mize, who have recently return ed from Middletown, O., are via- itiug their father, J. W. Mise, of this place. These boys have services. nity to sign it if you do not want your name published in next week's Robert Holder's baby died of issue that you refuse to sign it. As summer complaint last Saturday. there is but one more issue of the Clay City Times before the PriStanton College will employ matron for the dormatory this com mary is held, we will give you another opportunity to sign, and then ing year. ' if vou still refuse, we will publish Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton are visit vour name. You will find the ing at Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Lyle's pledge at the office of this paper or th's wiek. . the writer hna nno. Our countv is; 0 Keep yoftr eye on this space . for not alone in this movement for an important announcement is to be cleaner elections, but it is sweeping made in the near future. . all over the state, and we are but Miss Anna Hardwick visited her falling in line with this movement'. sister, Mrs. Mollie Crawford, of With the instruction that Judge Benton is giving to the Grand Jackson, over Sunday. Juries in ins district, we are assurMiss Bess Hardwick' is visiting ed of his support in the prosecution Mrs. Nan HaP, of Mt. Sterling, and of anv one using money or wbiskev , will take in the Fair while there. either in the primary or the final Mr. w. B. Thompson has been election. And if the good citizens working in the express omce at of the countv will hack him up in Quicksand for the past two weeks. this endeavor to rid our good cwn-- . ty of vote buyers, it shall be "a serMr. James A Shea our agent at vice rendered to the countv. the depot is visiting Jriends in The writer spent over Sunday Nicholas county for the next two at Spout Spring, in Estill county. weeks. It is always a pleasure to go there Mrs. Wright-fan- d Margaret for there is alwayd a good crowd daughter, of Lexington, spent sev ouij to the meet. ngs like they did in eral days visiting Charley Rice the olden days, :hat the- people do and family. not turn out to tho services in such Mrs.John Burgher and children crowds as they used to. They tell are visiting her. sister on tiara us when a meeting was announced wick's creek after an absence of that tke people cams or inany several years. miles to attend, and they brought. Mrs. J. W. Thomas, of Jackson' their dinner with then? and'all the ville, Florida, is visiting her par people stayed to hear Jhaprewh ents. Major Blackburn and wife for ing. The house cojjlfi gMfcold. SRara few days. ' Hur daughter will half the people and"' days thy would adjourn to the Join her in a few days is she is grove or under the shade. And visiting at Anchorage now. such meetings as they would have The Teachers' Institute that was for the people come for worship in to have been held the first week in those days and they did not get August has been postponed indefi tired if the preacher talked for two nitely on account of serious illnees hours and then one or two more in the family of Mr. Eubank who followed. On one of the big daysj is to hold it. Later announcement they would commence the services will be made as to when it will be at about ten o'clock and preach till held. dinner time and then after dinner Charles Faulkner and L. S they would continue the preaching Hamilton, of Winchester, bought till way along in the aftefnoon. It eighty-fou- r head of hogs from went on this way till the people got James Ewen and Rodert Conlee less religion. Then tbey thought this past week. They averaged 212 the services were too long and the Ross Hall sold preachers talked too long and that pounds apiece. sixty two head a few days ago that feeling has grown from that day to averaged 225 pounds apiece. As this till we have our present day hogs are very scarce in this section services. And at some of them of the county it looks as though we there is but a mere handful of would have to pay high for our people where in those same buildmeat and lard this winter. ing they could not hold the people. That was a terrific wind and rain Then we have more Sunday and Sunday ills and pain storm we had the other day and it now than they use to have. And did quite a bit of damage. The roof on one side of Charley Rico's some get tleir feelings hurt worse house was blown oil and corn was now than they use to and use it a aid to the ground in many places an excuse to stay away. The hot as were several big trees blown weather bffecte people worse now down on D, R. Clark's farm and than it did when the people were other plaec8. It was so dark at one more zealous in their worship, and time that one could not rwd a there are a hundred excuses for tostaying away paper without a lamp, isut the day where in from the services the days of old they rain thut came with the storm was bad only one or two. tve aro told welcome and was badly needed. continually today that our preachWe have been blessed wonderfuf- - ers preach toolong and that it makes y so far with plenty of rain and at them late for their dinner. I do not know what those sume persons are the right time. Crops look fine going to do if they should get to Stanton and in the Red heaven where they will praiso God river valley. Tn several parts of and sing heavenly songs through-ou- t eternity. They will get awful- the country and even in Kentucky they have been having severe y tired of it and complain to Ga briel that there is drouth and the outlook is not very worshiping going too inuoh of this on. If you canbright. not stand to worship God a little Several, candidates have not yet while on Sunday and snend time going to services then you will not signed' the pledge not to use money be able to stand It in heaven. Oh, in their campaign or al that we could have such meetings ow tlieir friends to use it in their as they used to have and we could behalf. This is your last opportu f the people would. head-achers - THE TIMES. rUIIMSHEP EVKItV TllUltSDAl. For Justice of the Peace. Wo am llltliorlrnrt In n..i,ni..,,. T 1 Sewell as candidate for Justice of tho I Peace in theandMaglsterialdistrict. of, I'owpII nnmifv Btil.lnt t -wi mi- - niist. wuiuucniiic priinary election in Mil)scrij)tion rutes 81 a 3 tar ortlirci years in nuvunce SZ. I. 15. We are authorized to announce Pence in the 2nd Mngisterlal oolerv as catullilnii. fnr.Tnuti... ..r .1.. J. W Hurghcr, Publisher. second-clas- action or the Democratic priinnry, August 2nd. .," county. subject to.tho district, ell county, subject to the action of t'.o iciiiwruuc primary election in August We aro authorized to T. Derickson ns candidate for Sheriff 01 roweii county, subject to tlio ac tion of tho Democratic primary eiec in Aumiainti Elder Albert Easier, Powell county's :n tiJ idu tn for the Dem Thursday, July 24, HUH ocruric nomination for Represen "live, is out in voluminous CLUB RATES. "card" in which the Democratic For the coiiveiiicnci' of nur sub committee in particular and the sTibers, wo have arranged cluli rater can win nnd says Bro. faster can ith the following papers at prici Uemocratic party in eenernl is not. and sites as an argument condemned for their alleged part ueiow mcnuoiiuu : eight years ago he ran for in auo.wing him to have oppnsi- - that The TimesiiuI County Judge of Latin county Courier-Journ1.0( non in tne person Jno.W. Tnttie. " Cincinnati Enquirer 1. 10 The party in Estill is criticised when Bro. Easter ran for Repre sentative, and that he, though " l.ouisvillo Herald 90 for everything that has Imnneneri defeated, ran ahead of Bro. Ens , " Home and Farm 75 with reference to the campaigns " Inland Fanner .75 for this oilice for the past four ter. This is easily explained. " American Farmer 90 Estill .ounty is normally 800 Re" Southern Agriculturist 75 teen vyears, ; iimlml uu u u u publican, but for the past sever cessful race Bro. Easter himself al years, there has been serious made. We have read his state- ANNOUNCEMENTS. ment without nrrivinir at nnv nn. dissentions in the Kepublican For County Judge ranks and during this time sev We are authorized to announce D. D. derstanding of his cause for thus eral Democrats have been elect l'otta 11s candidate for County Judge of jumping on the party in this ed to countv oflices. there now l'owell county, subject to the action of COUIlty. UoWGVHr. if if. turno beiiiii some Democratic officers iu tin- Democratic primary election in out in the primary that Brother the count v. including the County Wo are authorized to annonnce D. Easter is correct at what he is Judge, but the county has never U. Daniel as candidate for County driving nt, we are going to try Judge of Powell county, subject to the given a Democratic majority in action of o T)imnfrtli tivimorv tlo. mignry Hard to nut him over in a district or state race, but has tion in August. November. Estill Tribune. always maintained her Republi We are authorized to announce W. The situation is this: When can vote. When we view these cir T. AdamsaH candidate forCounty.Tudge or Powell county, subject to the action nits x uwen-ftstidistrict was cumstances, Bro. Easter, really, of the Democratic primary election in formed years ago it was agreed ran far ahead of the county tick August. by the heads of the party in eacli et. If it comes to this conten AVq are authorized to nnnounce J. S. county that, candidates should al tion, then why not put up a Dem Een as candidate for County Judge of Powell county, subject to the action of ternate from one county to the ocrat from Estill that can win the Democratic primary election in otlier with each term. This com sure enough, one that has been pact was kept for ten years. Es popular enough in the past to For County Attorney TV 0 arc nilHinrivari in till has a few more Democrats carry the county? nnnmlnna A. Phillips as candidate for County At. than Powell hus and for this rea .. r t tn ...w. " county, suoiecc 10 tne """"j ..liiiun ui me ieiuocraiic primary eiec son bus always been able to die Judge Riddell is making a mill AUgUSC. tutethe nominee when it6o chose clean fight in his race for the We are authorized to announce A. H regardless of Powell's wish in the Democratic nomination for CirNortori3aa candidate for Oonntv Atfnr matter. Iu 1001 it was Powel I's cuit Judge like the man he is. stibject to the . iii.iiuu ..lucraiio primary eiec time but fEstill brought forth a There can nothing detrimental mill lUUSl. man that they thought would add to his candidacy be truthfully For County Court Clrrk great strength to their county said. Judge Riddell is a man We are authorized to announce J. P. Crabtree as candidate ticket. Powell willingly gave high above the ordinary candi CytAr r9 Vnaatnll ...... for County Couri. t u.nin ui luni'll cuuiliy, BUUJCCt tO 1110 way. Since that time twelve date, and the ordinary aspirants ni.nuu ut mc aemocraiic primary eiec years Estill tins named the can forjudge in the L'Hrd district: AUJJUSt, null didate or dictated that no candi- - His defeat would be a blur on va are .nithnrirwl t , tj UllllVl Isoonn An ininl!rlniii rim rnnntn p...... date should be put up by the the society and morals of the vot lIerk of Powell county; subject to the ui me ifemocraiic primary eiec- - Democrats, with one excention. ers of that district, but he will iitiuu w..u in Auuai eight years ago. Bro. Easter is not be defeated, is our firm bi Wt Vrt OlltlllM-..i- l T n ............ Powell's candidate and John V. lief. We make this assertion in I'. Woodard as candidate for County Tuttle is Estill's candidate. If full confidence of tho cood peo Court Clerk of Powell county, subject uuwuu ui niu democratic pri Mr. Tuttle gels tho vote of his ple that live in this district. Vot hid wiury flfCllUIl in August county as lie might uaturally be ers in this district should not For Sheriff. expected to do, and Bro. Easter neglect to eo the poles early Au Wo arc authorized to announce D. W gets onlv the vote of his county, gust 2nd and vote for this clean Mnrtiti iih nnHidnt.. tnr SUaet i tj.... 11 al Kntered as s mail mntter. The Winchester Democrat in handling a clipping from the Olay City Times refers to this paper as ua leading Democratic paper of the mountains.1' We appreciate the compliment and take plersure 111 saving the Win- Chester Democrat occupies the this time Mr. Tuttle savs he is a candi sams relative position in llie date only in tho interest of the nartv of his county, lie thinks he I10 is suro to do, Mr. Tuttlel will win, because there aro more votes in Estill than ill Powell, Bro. Easter has issued this card to the Democrats of Estill as nn appeal for fair play, believing that tho rank and file of the par ty in that county will be anxious to do the right thing when they see it. and it is easy to see that Powell is entitled to the nominee deserving mnn for Circuit Judge, Blue Grass country that the Km . Iilri1i. i.iflnn1 Anna ei.nl. uu Times docs in the Mountains,. ...v.j, inunu, uuto oun n opportunity present iteelf. County Olerk Woolery hns been lustructed to prepare ballots for the women to vote in.the race of Superintendent of Schools. This is as wo believe it really should be, thus the Times urges all the worthy women to turn out and cast their ballots and bo getting used to exercising u privilege iu part that is sure coming in future yeurc. A New 'Way Wagons, SullcyTurning Plow c'mplt. 'in Merchandising. VERY ATTRACTIVE PRICES. $47.00 and up Disc Grain Drill, $21.45 up " 28.95 Check Rower Com Planter, 28.35 ' Pitcher Pumps. .86 Double Shift Riding Cultivator 27.50 Pumps, .60 Best Mowing Machine on Ready mixed House Paints 1.07 Gal 34.85 the market, 50c per square Felt Roofing, Open Top Buggies, 30.85 up Top Buggies, Gasoline Engines, $27.50 up. 30.95 " . 1f 1 ... iron, R see us prices and catalogues. - Au-g'l- 111 Mrs. J. W. Williams. Did it Ever Occur to You That an account with a Clean, Strong Progressive Bank gave you a considerable prestige in the business world? Accounts of all sizes welcomed by the ii AT 11 1 . . . 111 1 111 Liay S-- it T Lity XT INational 1 Dank.; . T ; 1 . 111 CLAY CITY, KENTUCKY. - 1 II Hush! I ,1 Everybody is going to fit. AH H ATA! 8 Itogers as candidate for Sheriff of Pow ell comity, with J. J. Reed as Deputy, subject to the action of tho Republi can primary election in August. We are authorized to announce T. J r u..... Ponder fin rnnHMn. t, Ql.n-.'l- T V1 co?x? BUhject to the action of the jiiuujiuiiu primary election in August For Superintendent of School. Wo am IlllHinpfTnfl in nnnMi....n f. K. 8. Dohannan as candidate for Super- niw;nuuin, 01 ocuoois 01 roweii coun ty, subject to tho action of the Demo Wo flrf flllf 1trtifrnrl fr iinnAnxn,. T THE BLUE GRASS FAIR 6 Big Days and Nights, commencing Train- - of Business Rolling Down the Track of Time. Monday, August America's A w RiVr 11. Show. Money 9-- ' Money SaVed. 3 GreatesT: Horse 1 uiuuc primary election tu August. e are authorized to announce W as candidate for i. inacKer Schools of PowellSuperin tondent of county ouujcci 10 mo action or nepuDIica primary election in August. For Assessor. We aro authorized to announce S. A faster as candidate for Assessor of Powell counts, subject to the action of the Democratic primary election in August. We are nntlinrlvpil in nniiAin.n ?,.,. M, Rogers as candidate for Assessor of county, f subject to the action 0 a tlm Tt.w. primary election in August. ju d. : d iuuimi tuiu i laiiicsa ixatcs r:i.. Lauy .tal-ASnWli Mnrco wuawtf wwmm.w (utuw $20,000 in Premiums rw o I ' l I rx m apienaia uispiay or every Uass Live StOCK Ladies' $3.50 Trimmed Hats for $2.50 6c per yard Simpson Calicoes, 25c " " Best 4 Sheeting, (I 72 Gingham 10c (I Crash Towling, . . 1-- Poplin, . . Liber ati's Concert Band and Grand Opera Company High Class Vaudeville, Every Turn a Headliner. .1 Best Pique . White and Tan Linen, .20c 25c . ft it 25c " " Fornpxt thirty days cut sales on all goods in stock to make room for fall and stock, so these goods are going, call and get your part. Everybody Irom everywhere ftro niillirirtrixl in You may see all the rest Frazier as candidate for Assessor of Hike to the Blue Grass Fair Out come to Lexington to get the Best, Powell county, subject to the action of i hid icmucrauo primary, August 2nd. REDUCED RATES ON ALL ROADS. For Jtllcr. We are authorized to announce Jesso Crow as candidate for Jailer of Powell For Catalog or Further Information Address county, subject to the action of the ll licun jirlmary election in August. JOHN W. BAIN, Sec'y, Lexington Ky. Free Acts Daily. (. AVtt LOWE & CROWE, Rosslyn Merchants. Re-p'- THE A HOME-MADE TIMES. PAPER. THURSDAY, July i, J!) 13 LOOM. BREVITIES. Cooler weather hus been a very pleasant feature, of the. week. Jones Hm. Show it biileil to exlii 1it in this city Wednesday, July JJOtli. The hlnckliprrycrojist.il lianas on, owing to the good showers tliut-- visit us each week. Mrs. 0. 0. Enton 1ms returned from the hospital, while greatly improved Mrs. Eaton is yet far toworrow, from being well. ly 25th, at which time all poison Attorney Henry Wats.in, of ous snakes go blind and all hurts ISIt. Sterling, was in the city last and cuts are harder to heal than week looking after the telephone any other time. The lirst day of Jog days is also supposed to gov business in this county. em the series of days as to rain, John W. Tuttle, candidate for no rain falling oiilhat day indiliepresentntivo from Estill coun- cating no rain for the full forty ty, was in the city Saturday dnys, or good rain the lirst day shaking hands with the boys. indicates a seasonable period of forty days. We pin but little Dr. Martin reports the birth faith to these old sayings but of a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. many people do. One thing we James Burnett the loth, and a do believe, however, it is a good daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Walto sow turnips if the ground ter Faster, Tuesday, July 22nd. time order. is in Chester Walters, of this city, n section hnnd on the L. it E., while returning Teusday night from his work on a freight train, ran against a mail crane that was near the track, and so injured n hand as to require amputation. Doctors Willinms and Irvin percities. formed the operation Wednesday Andrew .Johnson was given n morning and he is now doing life sentence in the trial at Win- very well. chester for his part in the murder of Ed Callahan in Breathitt Winchester Postmaster Resigns. county. Fletcher Deuton, anothJohn G. White has tendered in the his resignation as postmaster at er alleged murder is on trial now at Win- Winchester. Charges wore prechester. Johnson is a mere boy ferred against Mr. White some which probably accounts for the time ago in an effort to oust him life sentence instead of electrocu- or force him to resign then but tion. Deaton is an old man and Mr. White defended the charges may receive some lenity on this and was, we understand, exonaccount. erated. After the battle, with his own volition, Mr. White reJuDog days begin signs to be succeeded bv Sam F. King, recently selected in the The good rain Satimlay was visited by a considerable, wind storm but no serious damage was (lone. The storm in Central Kentucky was the worst this summer, many houses being unroofed and barns blown down. Telephone wires were wrecked in many Loses Hand In Accident. regulates the bowels, restores your children to health and happiness. Mrs. J. A. Brlsbin, of Elgin. III., says: ''I haveuped Kickapoo Worm Killer for years, and entirely rid my children of worms. I would not bo without it." Guaranteed. Rid Your Children of Worms All druggists, or by mail. Price You can change fretful, children into healthy, happy 25c. Kickapoo Indian Medicine youngsters, by ridding them cf Co., Philadelphia and St. Louis. worms. Tossing, rolling, grinding Adv. of teeth, crying out while asleep, PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. accompanied with intense thirst, pains in the stomach and bowels, Services 2nd and 4th Sabbaths of feverishness and bad breath, are each month. symptoms that indicate worms. Prayer Meetings, Wednesday even Kickdpoo Worm Killler, a pleas inga. ant cant'y lezenge, expels the worms Chns. G. Mann, Pastor. vided by law. All persons in debted to the deceased will please come forward and sottlo with me by the abovo named date. A. P. Johnson, Admr. When in Need of postmaster's piimary. NOTICE. Builder's Hardware, Cabient Mantles, Grates, Tiles, All claimants against the estate of O. H. Warmouth will kindly file their claims with me by the 31st day of July as pro STANTON STANTON, COLLEGE, KENTUCKY Cooking or Heating Go to or Write Stoves, Opens August i8th, 1913. One of the Superintendent of Schools, Mrs. Kate S. Bohannan is making her yearlv visits to the rural schools. Mrs. Bohannan never omits a duty in her school work, and in this way reflects great credit on The school work in the county, which is fast on the upgrade. For Cuts, Burns and Bruises. Unsightly Hace bpots Are cured by Dr. Hobson's EczeClass A High School. Students ma Ointment, which heals all skin given full credit at Normals, eruptions. Iso mutter now long Colleges and University. Large you have been troubled by itching. per cent, of students get first-clas- s burning, or scaly skin humors, just certificates. Tuition $2.00 put a little of that soothing anti Best Schools in Kentucky. Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, In every home there should be a box of Bucklen's Arnica Salve, ready to apply in every case of burns, cuts, wrtinds or fcalds. J. II. Polanco, Delvulle, Tex., It No. 2. writes: "Hucklen's Arnica Salve saved my little girl's cut foot. Noj one believed it could be cured." The world V beet salve. Only 25c' Kcconinionded by all dealers. Ad. - i septic, I)r Hobson's Eczanni Oint ment, on the sores ami the snlltring Healing begins stops instantly. that very minute. Doctors use it in their practice and p.comni'.nd it. Mr. Alleman, of Littlctown, Pa., sajs: "Hud eczema on forehead; Dr. Hobson's Eczema Ointment cured it in two weeks." Guaranor money refunded teed to All druggists, or by mail. Price flOc Pfeiirer Chemical Co.. Philadelphia und St. Louis. Adv. per month. as low work. and girls Write immediately for our limited SPECIAL FIFTY DOLLAR OFFERI Board at dormitory per week, with Scholarship for poor boys as $1 50 Winchester, - Ky. Rev. J. C. Hanley, Stanton, Ky. Pres., l capital stock, J suoo.ooo jl m tyvi SUR1U,US AND UN- UIVIOKD PKOt'ITH, i UOO.OOO S HARD WICK & COMPANY'S Gome to Our Store And let us show you what a nice line of goods we carry. I THE : Wikciiestek Bank, Of. WlNCIIHTKH, If V. N.lIoi.J.Y WlTIIEUHI'OON, PlIKNi W. If. SlMIAH. OAHIIIKH. 3J y j3 j Clearance Our stock of Dry Goods, Notion"-- , is J a YOUR ACCOUNTS SOMCITICU t Groceries, Hardware, Clothing, Shoes an I etc. replete with t'J t'8 S,J Z'i i"i M Z VI Eg. V gJ W Variety, Style and Quality. THIS COMBINED WITH OUR Sale. We will sell t greuily n'duued pi kes! during this Clear Men's and Hoys' Clothing in Mi-n'- RICHMOND, KY. ItHR n 1 Kill e A mm n fh School m 1 (Vuriwa gvhowU luUribf Jlut rintiilti. lading la Training for Teachers tletiHUtarjr, Hutl I. ltd MUUi V'T. V1UI1I In PiiMIr mice Sale the following: both Suits ami Odd Pants, I s Mats, "liuet.n Quality" Dros things Low Prices Make at Keutiuky. ill SptvU low cut Shoes for Wonit'i), in both Walk-Over 0.foid and I'uuii, e low cut Shoes for Men, and all wash Wo have thu new, popular and up it to your interest to give us a good share of be- w niktiual tralaluic ralwrki, ntw m1l iclibol, wl1 ..iwl- -l prMtlf 'tchooLd J.i.ur fuhrf V, S.wu.I T rw NcfeinUl 18. TlilM 1 uriu Jitbt I II. K.uilhTrriaitrllT, Btaintfr JkLwil jnods. r. .o,.rr. a (j 0lU1Ki VnmUtuU your trade.' We strive to please our customers cause we know To give you an idea of the cuts wo an making, will give you some prices. Men's and Hoy' in all these lines. satisfied customers me our best assets. Suits and Odd Pants, 'XrC to 5 30, Women's to Hats at cut, .Men's fli.'u) 4 00 Oxfords and Yours to please, Pumps at $3.00, W.50 ones at S'i.GO, SJ.0U ones at ! M, Men's 85.00 low cuts at I 00. 84 00 ones at S.'t.OU, WALDRON & JOHNSON, Of BOURBON POULTRY CURE Waltersville, Ky. down a chick' throat cures few drop Sapei. A water cureslu tbo autl prevents cbolern, diarrhoea and other cblckdiieases. Oue He bottle makes IS gallon of medicine At all drugglits. Sample and booklet on "Dls-caiof Fowls" eent fRKK. Bourbon Rimod Co, liilsgtoalT es ii ! I . at $2,00; wash Dress (ioods, '"o per yard val ties at ltln to I80 per yard, 'JOu valiiHj at lllc, l.c values at '.lu, ami ln values at 7i--. values at lie 811.50 ones l'-ii- ' Hardwickjfe , CoStanton J THE THURSDAY, A TIMES. July 4, A Graded Sunday-Schoool l. Advantages of Night Schools Talk on Money and Whiskey. Furnace, Ky., July Jl), To the Voters of Powell county : Let. us come together and have it little tall; in regard to lie future welfare of the people of on i ration, our state, our county and ur home. Let us study the different political struggles, and the I utconie. We don't have to call your tention to the fact that different frauds mid scandals are an every day occurren e, which are worked hy the different political par ties to get into power. We liud in almost every issue if our leading daily or weekly papers of some machine to blind file people and keep them in the dark, while the black hand robs t hem. So we liud that the inventor and operator of machines are tie ones that generally get the (the office). If an honest, upright man hap-pens to et into office; the wind artiuery ot tne ninciiine gang is turned upon him, till fiuallv he is either assussinated, turned out of office, or cramped by his ad versaries till he fiuullv gives up the oflice. r it seems tnat. tiie people in general ; not only in Powell conn ty, or Kentucky ; but all over the world, are beginning to realize l heir condition. They have been Leaping coals on their own Leads; through prejudice they Lave voted own iu terest, by putting men into of .1 nee mat. win roo tiiein msl as soon as they get into power. We find that we have been prejuiced; but we know not why i OH years our lurgo bemuners, primary, junior, schools, nml tluy have become n part of Mich systems. The rural districts have been slow to understand the great wasto In energy that senior nud adult, comes through the lack of education In each nud every community. Ot with promotion from one to the course a few counties In the past year or two have developed "moonlight" o other, after the examination, is night schools, but It Is merely a beginning. Naturally one ivould suppose that n county which had for Its county seat a a graded Sunday-Schoo- l. city the size and Importance of Louisville would have seen the tremendous ad' And a school cannot be graded vantage of such schools, hut such has not been the case. When it has been suggested some wiseacre hns remarked sagely: "It ain't any use. Nobody H until it is properly organized, income. If they're too lazy to work they won't come, an' If they're hnrd nt work' to these different departments. they'll be too tired at night to come. So there you nre." To Sunday School workers: One day early last spring your correspondent happened to be In the office, superintendent at the courthouse at Louisville. Whllo waiting of (Jet busy, and try and get your he overheard a rural teacher ask, "If I get a few boys In my neighborhood in schools divided into these differtcrested in a night school proposition will you and the board stand by me and. furnish light, heat nnd some new lamps?" Of course the superintendent at ent departmauts and note the once ngrecd to the proposition, but a farmer who stood by edged a little closes' results. and asked, "Who's goln' to pay for the extra workV" But the department that I am The teacher flushed for n moment and then managed to stammer, "Why most interested iu is the "Crtdle how what do you mean?" "Why," he nnswered, "you ain't In the school tenchln' work 'for yonr, Roll", ami ask that every school health, are you? What nre you goln' to get for this extra two or three nights iu the county try and get a crawork a week from now until the end of the spring term of school?" dle roll organized. "I'm going to get a big price for the work." she answered, with spirit. "Th price Is to bo my own satisfaction that I am doing my full duty by tho good For the cradle roll is one point F Every Sunday-Schoshould ho a graded school. Progress it. A school that is divided up into the following incuts or classes; cradle roll, cities have recognized the absolute necessity for night de-laude-part ance of their littler ones becoming "cradle roll" babies, and enroll them. Supplies can be hud by writing David C. Cook, Elgin, III;, or some publishing house. So Snndiiv-Sehoo- l workes, gej-- , busy, und I hope that every Sun-- ' in the county can be able to report a cradle roll In their school at our next Sunday School Convention, and' that Powell county mi.y be day-scho- the-banne- r county. Christ said, "Suffer the little, children to come unto me, for of! such is the Kingdom of Heaven." Hy Mrs. R. A. Hurler, Nadu, Ky., Supt. of the Primary Department. Cunuldates' Pledge. lst "We, the undersigned, candidates for ollice in Powell county,' doiigree and promise that we will not directly or indirectly, or in tho 'Standard of Excellence", throtmh others uive, loan or put. for every weli organized School. into the bands of any person any spirituals, vinous or malt liquors, Who belong? of vaN Tmy babies, and little children money, property or things tie whatever for the purpose ot" too young to at tend Sunday School btivim:. iirocurinu or inllueiiciuir 1 . . . . . aie members from birth to 0 years 'any person to vote for us, or uny- one else at said election. And of age. shoultrwe, or iu our interest, with Its purpose: our consent, or without our opThe purpose of the cradle roll position, we pledge ourselves to is to show a friendly, helpful withdraw from the race iu which towards these litjle ones, we may be candidates. and to win and hold them for the "It is further agreed that each si'liiiol, sturts them on the right signer hereto will report any vioway, and inspires spiritual and lation of this agreement, to the of the'DemocraticCom-initte- e early home training. Parents Chairman Powell county, w'ithiu of are helped to realize their great five days from the time such inforopportunities, and interest is a mation shall come into his poswakened iu lit-tl- e session. i. . A ( little schoolhouse before the end of the spring tern? He did ride out to tho little building that is perched ou a steep hlllslope to keep It out of tho Ohio river during flood times. It was a dreary, rainy night. As he neared the trol-le- y station ho felt that there would be no one there for work, but he was mistaken. Four boys out of tho eighteen enrolled were on hand and ready for business. Not ono of tho four had walked less than a mile Iu the damp night air, and all of them had been at work all day. Yet there they were, smiling and bright and eager, youngsters who during the time they had been iu school as little tots had done practically nothing. When the teacher said, "I am sorry It's a bud night and there nre'only four present," your correspondent thought: lies. Only four present! But If nt till moment iich and every schoolhouse in We can see from the returns of the county had Just this number at work I' 'vo'iilt! mean that each year 1(0 would be caught and held Intu every election, that the people 'hey would be otherwise. amiIt developed kept something better find flncr thpn up for '.en years It would iii"i If could Inare getting more interested iu 'nt tho county would have - . i iiim'c n cr rliluvs. In a fow yours li wc"V can a new state. It Is most certrl ly w . un.c!i worth while." the man than in some politi - for we have learned that during l lie Civil "War that it was not a strife between the .Republican and Democrat parties, it 'is true the Republican party wus in power at. that tune and was op posed to certain measures that the South advocated, while the South was opposed to some of the national laws. oo we see unit t lie strile was between the North and South and not between the Republican and Democrat parties. We believe that the people on both sides thought, they were lighting for a jti6t cause; but now the people are awake to their fol members, and ol'ieu may be "It is further agreed that each brought toO'lnist by the signer of this paper will ou the of the primary election child subscribe to an oath (before ti.e- . , ..," Its histon : ciiui ji liiiriiiHii i riiur m litis mir.- - v.m The first cradle roll, so far; as 1 can find out, was organized "i li the same, to his kiuinMtdgijiilK,y the Central li.tptist Church, of belief, has not been violated? ".".Elizabeth, N. J., iu 1S77 li liiiivmie fur him. and if said oat . 1( III! IIOl SUUSCI lUL'll HI. IIICII .llicr ouesi in.ernaiionai report snows ror rHfllliilll, , ,, S11 (11)11) H7.U70 cradle rolls, with a feit any nomination he may haw membership of (587,02(5. Each received iu said election." year over '5,0()(l,UU0 are born in J. W. Allen, F. P. Tracy, .Morth ATnericu. S. A. Easter, .lames F. Martin. How to get organized : .1 W. Woolery, I. S. Boone, .1. P. Lewis, The Superintendent or some .1, S Ewen, one thill's interested in the school A. II. Norton, Charley Means', should see tiie mothers of the B. Faulkner, B. F. Halt NIGHT SCHOOL IN LOUISVILLE, folks that have kept me Iu one school for ten whole years. Don't you think I church ami community, secure A. Bowen, Luther Stephens, owe something to tho people who have given me my bread and butter for ten their babies' names, date of birth, A. Phillips, D. D. Potts. years?" O. Frazier. Thut conversation made your correspondent vow that be would visit the and explain to them the import- 1 -? I Let Us Show You Some of Our New GOODS. Some Beautiful New caster. Look how some of our States a few years ago went Bolid either Republican or Democratic, now they are mixed. For instance, look how solid Estill county has been Republi can for years until recently; while on the other hand, Powell county was just as strong Demo cratic; how are they now? and what caused the change? 'lhey are laboring under the impression that the people should rule, regardless of political aflili ations without the assistance of auy bosses or machines. Id the coming primary and also in the general election, it behooves us to be very careful, in the selection of the various to serve the people of our olli-cer- s county. Let us first lay politics -- ajido for we find it is no friend of ours; then let us bunt men to serve us, whoso character is unspotted bv tho taints of the drum glass, or disturbing tiny civil gathering by the crack of the pistol, prompted by the use of too much "booze", or who has in any way defied the authority of our laws. We want men iu oflice who are men indeed, who are interested in tho welfare of our countv, who will' stick together for good, that. tire luteresteu in good roads throughout the county and not build roads und bridges for some select fow; but serve all alike; but above ull they must have the best of judgment, and practice economy und bring our county on a level with other counties. f Wo don't mean to dictate or' try to invent any machine to lurq tiny man into tne uitcli; but we would be glad if you would give the above n fair consideration, nnd help us to rid our county of ""booze" and keep the friends of same out of power. Let us do ReadytoWear Suits that are bound to please. Our line of something, the harvest is ripe. Yours sincerely, .1. II. llowoll. The King of all Laxatives y 8 Fur constipation, headaches indigestion and dyspepsia, use Dr. King's New Lire Pills fuul Mut hulku, of Buffalo, N. Y., says Ihev are the "King of nil laxativts They are a Messing to all my faini ly and I always keep a box ut home." (Jet a box and get well. Price J55e. Recommended by all dealers. Adv. a Lawns, Percales, and other Dress Goods should lie seen to lie nnnreciated. you up ready for the summer stylish Come in nnd let us fit , li weather with goods that arc both and cool. We have our usual large full store and can ceainly please you. The oculists have not yet made pair of glasses whereby miinLD will see w oik when he doesn't R 11 SHIMFESSEL'S. want to. 'I TIip I'riiiinry is so close mill the mi littf if $ai3, aoo For a Road. will he impossible for hip to miike ,win nil u special visit, na I would liu "liid to do. I promised the voters of this .county about three yours ao Unit if they would elect me I would do nothiiif: that llipy would rej:ret voting forme. I feel licit I have kept my prom-isand bent every efl'ort in my power to the iipbiiildinu of our county. I wnnt to 8iiythis: Tlmt our county owes lss money todiy, iind h:is added more improvements in the lust threayenrs, and is in a better financial standing now, than it bus been within the Inst thirty years. And ns to crime, we have none. 'l ite Grand Jury after a vigilant search for seven days at the March Term found 10 indictments for misdemeanors and 4 against the negroes for the murder of I'ettit; making 14 in all. And at the Juno Term there was but 12 indictments returned, and nil of them for shooting on the highway, carrying deadly weapons, and disturbing religions worship. Now 1 claim for I'owell county the liest record in the State; but yet we huve something to do. Our roads and financial system are not complete. We must work our roads by taxation, and create a sinking fund, so if we contract a debt, as soon as the labor is performed, tho treasurer will gladly f.'ive you the cash in place of a promise for your work. By this means the county will save hundreds of dollars and the citizen be i:lad to work for his county. Now this can be done, it is simply s a business proposition. Give me five good business men for and a County Judge that is not too timid to do his duty, und I will show you better than I can tell you, how to place Powell county in line with Oiark and Montgomery counties, both financially and for good roads. Good roads we must have and the only way I know of to get them is by taxation. There ire no reasons for us dragging along, keeping in the mud all of the time; lets get out on solid ground I wish I had space to give you my plans to bring about these good results, but 1 have not. I do hope our candidates will keep the promise inviolate they have taken in regard to not using money or liquor in this election. iMy, God ! look what a bottle of the damnable stuff can do, and does do in the way of murder and breaking up homes. If I am a drunkard, don't vote for me. If you think I want the office for the little pay there is in it, don't vote for me. But if you think 1 want the office that I may be instrumental in bringing about good times in our county in the way of low tax, good roads and better citizenship, vote for me"T You will find some men against ine in the tliupe of office holders whose claims I have cut all the graft out of and some few road pensioners that I have stopped their pension but. outside of that my vote will be regular and heavy all Thanking you for your past, support. I leave the. comity. Respectfully, jny .destiny in your hands. M. A. PHILLIPS. weather "Seems to me tho country's gone mad about taxes," exclaimed one of the men at the store. "That's right, I saw an article in our country paper about a new tax for State Aid for road building. It read mighty fine; but I smelted higher taxes behind it 0. K. "I sometimes wish I had been born seventy-livyears ago, before State Aid and lots of fool tax schemes had got started. What do you say, Uncle Bill?" The old gentleman addressed smiled good humqredly, scratched his bald spot, and narrowed his pale gray eyes, before he said, u Well, 1 don't know. You young sters always talk about things as if they was bran new." u tit it -wen, uncle Bin, i never heard of State Aid for roads in Kentucky before, did you?" "There's a thousand and one things yon ain't heard of, I reck-)"- . I know ono thing for sure, and that is thaf this pike that runs through the county from MiiVBville to Lexington was built with State Aid money all right." e USE 11 VI JU & MILLS 2232 home-made AN UNEXPECTED QUEST for luncheon or dinner will enjoy the delightful trial of bread that is made from the Pearl flour. The loaves made from this high grade flour are fine, light, white and of tempting tlavor and a satisfying luchcon can be made on ihe excellent bread (with sweet butter) that is made from the Pearl flour. w e eOVHIOHT.P-J- t c Made by J. ANDREW CAIN, Versailles, Ky. The McGoimick Mower The old true and tried Machine that does the Work and does it Right. Price for the Season, Mag-istrate- $43. "Is that so?" Sure it's so. Why in 1831 the state voted money for building hard roads. The state employed an engineer and a whole lot of other men, and they built some fine roads. Course, I ain't old enough to remember all this; but I've heard men talk that helped build that road. You see, State Aid is eighty-twyears old o I reckon it's sight older than that." any way ; and a "Uncle Bill, how much did Kentucky, the state of Kentucky, pay on that road from Maysville to Lexington?" "It, was $213200. in. six years, and in that tirhathey built four miles of road." Did that $210,200 foot the whole bill for that road?" "Nope, that was just about one half the cost. Roads came high then because all the metal on the road was hand broke; and the blasting out of that metal had to be done with old fashioned tools aud black powder. You can figure that out and you'll find that road cost almost $0,700 a mile to sixty-- er " this Machine together with Rakes, and all other Farm Machinery of the International We sell the guest of Mrs. George P. for Burke. the Education of the Blind, sitI). W Martin and Biilie Martin uated at Louisville, Ky., is the made a business trip to Mt. Stereighth oldest in the nation, ling Monday. founded in 1&42, colored departRev. A. M. Lowe will hold his ment opened in 1884. regular meeting at Zuchariah Probably it is the most successful, having perfect sanitation, Saturday and Sunday. Both Sunday schools herejare lowest death rate and never a getting along fine, so let every fatul accident. It is a pa it of the Educational body come out Sunday. System of the State ; a free boardMrs. Mollie Woodard, Mrs. ing school for the blind of school Helen Hunter and two daughters age; children do not have to be and Mr. Woolcott's daughter, all visiting totally blind; all with defective of Winchester, are eyesight, such as would prevent friends here. Geo. Woodard, of Xona, brothsuccessful study in a seeing er to Jno. F. Woodard, candidate school, are eligible. for County Clerk, was here MonGirls are taught Writing (pen- day shaking hands with the peocil, point and typewriting), Shop, ple in his behalf. (machine and work, Sewing Rev. Ira G. Profitt preached hand), Spelling, Keadiug, Piano-tunin- Sunday at the Christian church; Physiology, Music (vocal Rev. Jas. Kirk preached at Mt, and instrumental), Knitting, Canaaa; and Rev. A. M. Lowe Kindergarten, Harmony, His- preached at Hattou creek. Rev. I. T. Spencer preached at tory, Grammar, Geography (genEnglish Lit- the Methodist church Sunday eral and physical), night und had string music. He erature, Drawing, Cooking and will begin a series of meetings domestic duties, Arithmetic and Thursday night the 24th mid will continue to have this kind of muAlgebra. , sic throughout Ms meeting. alBoys are taught the same; Come one, come all. Our. School for the Blind. The Kentucky Institution . Harvester Company manufacture. H. G. Grabfpee & Go., Clay City, Ky. so, Broom-makin- Chair-canin- Mattress. making and Piano-making- . Tho graduates from the institution hold important positions in several States. Rosslyn. 'D. li. Clark, of Stanton, was hero Tuesday. Chas. Meadows has a very sick child but is some better. Mr. Nitchel Olair, of Menefee, week. visited relatives here-lasMies Laura Spurr, of Avon, is t build." "Geo whiz, we could build a road like that now for about couldn't we?" I tell you "Sure we could. fellers folks is always growling and I reckon they always will, especially about taxes." "But, Uncle Bill, you forget we have county engineers and u state engineer and a lot of office holders and experts and things to pay without State Aid." There you go again. What'd I tell you about folk? grumbling Why in 1838 the Chief Engineer got a salary of $5,000 and ho had two assistant engineers at $3,000 each. Besides there were nine other experts who got among them $18,500. So you see, seventy-six years auo this 6tatepaid salaries for men to develop, in inspect and construct roads,$24,-500- . Clay City, Ky., July 9, 1018. I reckon you'll ugreo with To the Democrats of Powell mo that those men built some county : good roads all right?" I am a candidate for Assessor. "Yes they did ; and tho roads On account of sickness I have are still fine." "Didn't they make your land been unable to canvass tho conn-ty- . and mine worth more money?" I take these means of reach"Yes." ing tho voters. I would like to "Now listen to me. Don't get see every one, but as stated a. bnve it will bo impossible to do in tho habit of grumbling about sound I would like for you to a tax just because it is a tux. If consider my condition and I it'll make land more valuable, would appreciate any favor any don't say a word. If you must one "would do for mo in any way. grumble, grumble when you're sure a tax ain't being spent Yours for kind favor, right, but don't grumblo because S. A. Easter. it is a tax." $4,-00- 0, 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 try The following articles long as they last, which can't be long, at the reduced prices we are making. Trimmed Hats at $1.50 to you. $3.00 Ladles' 2.00 " Ladles' 44 44 " " 44 " .55 ' Gents' Low cut Shoes $3.50 at 2.75 3.25 2.25 2.60 1.60 1.35 2.00 duce only. We sell for Cash and Exchange for Pro- WM. ADAMS Xena, Ky. & SON, have not used any of the nforesaid mentis to corrupt the citizenship POULTRY and to win votes for ourselves or for uny other. Having rend AT LEXINGTON sensible of hII the nboveand Wing thnt it contains I here unto subscribe my name. M. A. Phillips, Will Be Big Feature o' Blue Kiile S. Bohnnnnn, SNOW Grass Fair. .1. I4Cral)roe, Jesse Crowe, A. T. Stewart, F. Henningfield, G. S. Spurlook, Janiep O. Rogers, S. O. Bnker, A. T. Knox, H. T. Deriokson, I. S. Boone, John A. Sewell, Jno. F, Woodard, D. D. Potts, F. P. Tracy, Geo. M. Rogers. M. TWENTY SILVER CUPS DONATED Premiums Will Be Awarded by Judge T. M. Campbell of Darlington, Ind. Pigeon Department to Be Under Management of Special Committee and Exhibits Will Be Judged by Well Known Boston Fancier. The HI no Grass Fair is a member of the American Poultry association, und the exhibit in this large and Important department will be governed by the rules of that association. This is a guarantee of equal rights and jus-tic- e to all. A' classification embodying premiums for over 300 classes f poultry and pigeons has been prepared, and the management expects this year to be, as usual, a great show. In addition to the cash premiums, the Blue Grass Fair and a number of merchants of Lexington have donated 20 handsome silver cups, 10 for poultry and 10 for pigeons. Mr. T. M. Campbell of Darlington, Ind., has been engaged to judge the loultry classes. Heretofore the "pigeon department lias been under the management of the poultry department, but through the interest .of the wideawake pigeon breeders of this section the ment of the Blue Grass Fair has appointed a committee of the foremost pigeon breeders of this section and placed the pigeon department in their hands, which assures a big show un der proper management. Mr. George Feather of Boston Mass., has been engaged as judge and a winning here will mean as much as at any state fair In the country. Come, bring your birds and help us to make this the largest and most successful show in the South. If you can not come yourself, send your birds, and we assure you they will get the proper care and attention. Birds will be cooped in standard uniform coops, and one bird to the section, for which the small sum of 5 cents per bird will be charged. This assures no fighting or ragged birds at the end of the show. Every attention will be given birds not accompanied by owners, so, In making an entry here, you can rest assured that your birds will be well cared for. horned. Owner can hove same by by the uss of Hall's Catarrh Cure. proving this property nnd paying Frank J. Cheney. charges. Berry Barrnett, Sworn to before me and subscribSpout Spring, Ky. ed in my presence, this Gth day of December, A. D. 1880. See us for your shoe wants. A. W. (Reason, Skai, Mrs. J. V. Williams. Notary Public. Ilatl's Catarrh Cure is taken inStale of Ohio, City of Toledo, ' ternally, and acts directly on the Lucas County, blood and mucous surfaces of the Frank J. Cheney makes oath system. Send for testimonials free. that ho is senior partner of the firm Address F. J. Cheney fe Co., of F. J. Cheney Sc Co., doing busiToledo, O. Toledo, County ness in the City of Sold by all Druggists, 75c. and State aforesaid, and that said lirm will pay the sum of Gee HunTake Hall's .Family Pills for con-dred Dollars for each and every case i put ion. of Catarrh that cannot be cured st mm CopvnioHTS Ac. AnTona lenmi nnlcklr aacertalu Intention linn, strict nnt frAA. oldest affAncT forancurliitf Dalenta I'ntenta taken through ilnim & Co. recalri tjuctal notice, without coarse, lu tba OVER 66 YCARS EXPERIENCE inaoc manual Designs welr. Ijimeit of any tclentlilo journal. Terras, 13 a rear i four month!, $L Bold by all riewidealer.. L381Broidir,NRW TONI Draneh Offlce, C3S F BU Watblngton. D. C. 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Hillenmeyer&Sons Lexington, Ky. CARDUI The Woman?s Tonic ut spot on your farm. (Jond tile, properly placed, not only carries off surplus wuter, it nciiuits air to me soil and makes it easy to work. It improves any soij. The increace in the value of the land is nianv titnei the cost of the tile. Tlie first year's crop from tiled land pays . r lor it. ,wiy oooy can oo ine worn successfully. Write for particulars r ci11 at oui plant. . a trial. I still use Cardui when I feel a little bad, and it always does me good." proim njf ohiHlneu t:i hi; mi Iitret. semi Meith, FREE REPORT on J iI HO !.I'tiypIsllin FEE. I I or I'Iioik, tor retf. I'alpnMira.. wna 3 n-.- it in npini n r itiTahubl nook on MOW TO OCrIM .m. I ZULU PATENTS, Whim emos will par. l!o.f t , v- i iwrtner, patent law and Umi vdltMl-nlutoruiAtlon. - Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness, feelings, etc., are sure signs of womantired, worn-oly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's tonic. You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing women for more than fifty years. I I I 1303 Seventh St., Washington, D. C. 0, SWIFT & CO. PATENT LAWVCnS. Get a Bottle Today! IM Red River Brick & Tile Company, TANTONT. M KENTUCKY QUICK-RELIE- SHIPP'S F LINIMENT. mmmmmmmmmmmammmmammBmammmmmmmmammmmmmmimmmmmmmmmmmmmm RIGHT HERB 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 Candidates' Pledge. H'e, the undersigned candidates of both political parties, being of the fact that much evil and degradation to the citizens and voters of Pow ell county, Kentucky and other ectiors of ti e sta'e have 'een brought about by th evil practices of the o of monoy und intoxicating liquors to influence voters to vote in certain ways; we hereby solemnly pledgu as candidate of the Republican and Democratic party that we will r ue whiskey nor money or any intoxicants or anything of valuo on behalf of procuring votes for or for another and that we will not permit any other person to do so either directly or indirect'y and we further agree between und the citizens of Powell county that should we break this pledge either in factor substance that we will immediately withdraw in the race in which we aro now e tagedjandwe further agree and p'edge ourselves that on the day before the Primary election to be held on August the 2nd, 191 '.) that we will sign an allldavit that we cog-nizau-- This is the liniment the people are talking about. It is the most wonderful remedy for relieving pain I have ever used. Oapt. Anderson Berry, Lexington, Ky. I iDfd this liniment and the pain and disappeared like manic. J.dler V. T. Ballcnger, Lexington. Ky. For relieving aches and pains this liniment bents anythingl ever saw. J. II. Lettuii, Lexington, Ky. It is the only remedy T have found tint lias given mo any relief since I was lour years ago .Mrs. titioiin WVlhont. Newburg, Ind. If it fails to relieve any pain in nn p;i't i f the body in lilteeu minutes, usk fo.- - your money btek. SOLD BY A I I, I FADINO DBUGOLSTS. oun-elve- nei-the- Very Serious It is a very serious matter to ask for one medicine and have the wrong one givca yox For this reason we urge you in buying to be careful to get the genuine No other typewriter built re gardless of any citiims nuide is the cciiuil of the now Fox Visible Typewriter either in material used, or in workmanslnp, or in the number and convenience of its special features. There are many good typewriters being built and sold, hut we claim for the new I ox Visible Typewriter that it is better thuii the best of these, nnd that its automatics features combined eiinnot bo found in any oth er typewriter The New Fox is a typewriter tiint will meet with the upjirtivtil of the most critical user. A single demonstration will con-vi- n y u we will nmko it at our expense, if you will permit us. paid for one many times over. Yes sir, we mean it ; every day you continue using the old, slow method of writing with a pen you are unconsciously paying for a type-writThe farmer who cuts his 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 tho rain and cold you uro paying for tho very things that would have kept you well nnd comfortable. Kcmuniber this and mark It well: You must pay pay pay for the necessities of this life, whether you use them or not. er, of a typewriter or not, you hkve Whether yon havo had the uso our-pelv- our-helv- THIS IS THE NEW VISIBLE FOX BLAck- - Draught SENT ON FREE TRIAL, Express Paid. BETTGU THAN THE BEST OF ALL, OTMfcRS. Liver Medicine The reputation of this old, rella- ble medicine, for constipation, i.i- digestion and liver troubh, is firm ly established. It !ol3 net imlts'.u other medicines. It ia better than others, or it would not 'oo til's favorite liver powder, with e larger sale than all others ccmbined. SOLD c-l ook at Hie illustration of our New Fox Visible Typewriter, shown above, and copipare it with any other typewriter ou have ever seen or used. Here is a really V1SIHLK typewriter note Hint the printing point is on top In plain sinlit, mid that he type bars rise from where they are lying and strike the platen in full view of tho operator, and In a (Urcvt lii.c of virion, nnd Unit all of wlint you have written remains in full sight until tho paper is removed from tho t) owilicr. tVinpnro this with those old style typewriters, that some linns ure still advertising us vlslbles, but on I EI TOWN S ! SmaSBSJSMSBSBSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSM am: 1. beat lubrication without carbon twrr.w,.tl ? 'ViImiui ...m..1. A vsnljtrt-iii" atcel harrel with faucet, fine to by you for permanent atorajre. I'rlca ot oil In ina iiU., 40c umUka. f C1IAS. C. ST0LLOILCO. Orier fraa u yaar (um, tip "EngUW, ufal BaU ,i. . lui d. trtawlwba aiL iJ&WSV?"'?:. tulwitt I u luaba aaiiau. um . .1 . n . a K. - .kin ... I.A . .L ....... l.l. t. mu W9Vil WDK wri,4.wjr iruni carbon, va your 01 one uli, or No t arb Auto Oil will nurcnau) t -- ! -- 1 I . ' 7"-- , A m .ti. which the printing point is beneath the typeburs, and you have to look down into them or between them to see what you I'tivc written, dl'ouch n key in the keyboard und you change the color or.your writing Instantly from blauk, blue or purple M red. l'ress the Tabulator Key ut the left (in front) for paragraphing, writing the complimentary closing, etc uImi f ir nil kimlh of billing. At the right (in front) is our llnck Space Key. This moves the carriage backward for limiting corrci tions, or putting in punctuation. This key also enables the operator to erase a word of three letters ami wine one m lour in us place, l'ress tni hiencit ivey siiown at the left (mint) ror making stencils from winch tliou-- I sards f ilui'licate ielleis can be nuide, Four rows of keys reduce the shifting The right Shift Keylocks in all caps. A poithe iiutoniutic Line Lock pievenls you from writing beyond a predeler ui ti'iuul ically mined Hue. The ribbon travels in a "vdg-zng- " line not straight across from spool to spool ns on others thus using all of t'.e ril.lmii nnd milking It last three or four ilnuw at- long a on other typewriters. The ribbon automatically lis 'f fn in i ne s Curriuges are interchangeable, and run on ii ll.e other without uny attention from the operator. I'hiteiis are irinowiblc, hi Unit both a hard and snfipluten can be used on the same typewriter. U ton It, "No fulling leaf U lighli r limn the touch of the Fox Typewriter." llxtivii i ly Choice of Klite. l'lea. Con- (Vn.ed Inn. :m. Mn'ium Itonuni, 01 1 Tp weuirrjt in re (bun tine thousand special tjpc in stock, of our own inamfiii tine, iiiul can furnUh keyboards fur an) language. '1 lie Fox bus an etisy, almost noiseless action, is very durable, iiii'l l si i i ii.i.ip eh with cleaning out tit ahd on lal cover uilh hardwood base. 'l I. S is I III' Fox. lilt tVHCW liter We lllallifaet ire tills i I lie iew I tier thnt we w III senil In niivnite nnvu'lim-- . In tin. L'inliil Mules on iiee Trial, nil cxprct ehaigcs full, paid i ltd tn ( " nodelny no obligation to buy. If purchased ii i ii ii i n m'ii j a nine mm n huh ieer yuii cimi spare linn ill.' uniiilicc in sinuil llionilliy payments. ll' i.der, in all sincerity "' ';iu honerll) snyllils priijxitlon lia never been eipedcd In- - any other typew riler coni- NOW giving us ymir name and address jso we can scntl yo our cata j'liii;. , ami ali we iit, U Hint you write u nulnj ii, i mi nine i.u iimiiiuii uiiimii iiu i j ji i uei aim r lie i run em. r. s one-third. re-wi1 1 1 1 ! 11 it-- ft Fox Typewriter' Co., iVlanufacturers, ?,S7SWmakmE. ,C!ay City Times, Local Fepreser.tative for Clay City and vicinity.