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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): July 31, 1913 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1913 cla1913073101_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 31, 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 SI. 00 a Year la Advance. We are here to help Clay MIT CitytSMTanJing Coontry an J Oarselves. TIMES. J. B. Hurgher, Publisher. vol. xvnr. OLAT CITY, KY.. THURSDAY JULY 3J, J9I3. STANTON NEWS. Fred Blackburn was in Winchester on business Monday. Mrs. Bettie Hardwick is visiting her sister at Witt Springs in Estill County. -- NO. HI Springs Sensation. Irvine, KyJuly 21st, 1018. A sensation was sprung at a To My Fellow Democrats of 28rd Judicial District: large mass meeting of Democrats As the Campaign draws near to the end I fake this opportuin Covington Tuesday night when nity to again address you in my interest of the Democratic Party. I have this race won and thank my many;. friends for their Justus Goebel, brother of the speak- earnest and loyal support. I expect to see manyof you in person late Senator Wm. Goebel. urgeyou'.that as time ing before the gathering, dram- before the Primary, but this is written towith increasing vigor, for so action shortens you enlist your efforts atically declared that his broth- that my victory may be the more sweeping and that, having the o, er's "death can be laid at the verwhelming endorsement of our party I shall be' able the District doors of corporations who were and county tickets to triumphant victory in November. FaitHfully yours, anxiously interested that he HUGH RIDDELL. should be put out of the way for all time to come. Justus Goebel openly charged the corporations Of Vital Interest to All. Political' Purification. with having paid the assassins of We received a letter this mornKentucky is' waking up in the his brother, and declared that he ing from the Rev. J. 0. Hanley, matter of purifying politics and could move the assertion. The President Stanton College which this is what might be termed the speaker dared the corporationJ -we will gladly give publication filling of a long-fel- t want. officials to question the truth of next week. Lack of space pre- County after county is declaing liie statement. vents us from printing it this for cleaner ahd" purer eleions week. We trust every reader of and the dandidates generally are Prominent Merchant Assassinated. the Times will peruse his letter responding to (he wishes of the Reuben It Todd, an Irvine carefully. It explains a vital people and subscribing to the obmerchant, was assassinated in the matter that every citizen of the ligations not totuse money, whisyard back of hie store Saturday county should be interested in. ky or other corrupting methods night by some woman. Todd was Many people error for the want to eecuso their dominations. It married and iB survived by two of proper information and we looks' like the vote buyer and the children-besidebis wife. are sure this is the case in the floater will be forced out of busiSince the above was set in matter ness. Georgetown News. treated by Mr. Hanley. type Miss Maud Tipton has been s" Eager, of Beatty ville, and they are now living in Shelby county. Dr. J. E. Lemming was railed to Nada Sunday to see the sick child of Jasper McDaniel who has the The baby of Adam Burch croup died and was buried Saturday which had the same symptom and which Dr. Knox pronounced ns diphtheria. Henry Derickson and Kelly Fulks were in Lexington this week on business. It has just leaked out that Rev. Mrs. Margaret Allen, of Hatton is visiting relatives at Jack- D. II. Matherly, who preaches in Creek, and around Stinton and Clay City, son this week. wus married June 24th to Mips Mies Frances Kabele rerurned Maude Webb, Oldtown, Ky. They from her home in Iowa after a visit meant to keep this a secret till next of several weeks. as it Mrs. Laura Hall, now of Cincinnati, has ben visiting Mrs. Marga- ret Vance and friends. was March, but happened this time it was the clerk who couldn't keep the secret. Congratulations to the couple. Strother Prewitt, of Winchester, Robert Blackburn, of the Southhere visiting his sister, Mrs. ern Central Mercantile Company, of Louisville was home this week. They have issued their new catalog and there seems to be some real bargains in it. We predict a great business for this new mail order house in this section of the country. Heretofore people have ordered from Chicago and other western points but this one at Louis, ville is so much nearer home that it will draw the business from here that has been going to points farther away. As published several times that Fred Blackburn last week. Floyd Clay has gone to Jackson. He may Ohio to visit his father. conclude to locate there. indicted for the willful murder of Mr. Todd. Todd had formerly paid attentions to the woman, and breaking away of these relations caused the girl to commit the murder. . Atkinson to Speak. Hon. John D. Atkinson, The Powell county's orator, will address the voters of Clay City, which now embraces the women folk, so far as school matters are concerned, at the school house in Dove Hunting season Opens. city Friday night, on matters The open season for dove shoot- this pertaining to women voting. Eving will begin Friday morning, ery woman eligible to vote should h "and'last. until Agent J. Q. come out to this speakingas well as the meu voters. A. Februa-Executive nati and Indianapolis recorded There were four dea'hs resulting from heat and seven heat Bad Weather Prophets. uear the city. When it was cool last week, prostrations in Louisville. weather forecasters told us we Vaughn's Mill. SPOUT SPRING. would have no more real hot weather, but it has been hotter Miss Pearl Douglas, from near Born, Monday, July 28th to this week than ever, each Mr. and Mrs. Dock Bush, a Mt. Sterling, ii visiting her relday seeming to get a lit- daughter. atives at this place. tle hotter than the one before unMr. Acy Nijblack, from Log til a temperature of 102 degrees Mrs. J. J. Tipton, of Irvine, is Lick, was the guest of Mr. Winiin the shade was reached the 80. with her daughter, Mrs. Mose fred Davis over Satin duy and McKinney. Sunday. After Question Peddlers. Jordon Burnett is spending the Superintendent of Public InThe sick, as reported last week, week with his daughter, Mrs. struction Barksdule Hamlet some better except Mrs. j are Smith, at Levee. to be enraged at some of Gravett, who seem9 to be almost Mr. and Mrs. Elzie Burnett are on a standstill. the boys f.ir peddling examination questions. Detectives have rejoicing over their first born, a Miss Bessie Curry has been been on the search for the boys sou, Monday, July 28th. temporarily engaged to teach the and have sufficient evidence to The Rev. Merrill, of Berea, Little Creek ' school. She will make 6ome arrests. preached several sermons at teach until Mr. Watson is able to take the work. The outlook for corn crops is the 8choolhou8e this week. eo poor that corn on the markets Mr. Ponder, the mill man, has counAnother Democrat in the of our cities has gone up to $3 55 ty. It arrived at the homo of opened his big'lumber job on the per barrel which is a higher price Mr. and Mrs. Moses McKinney Ledford place. With this and Mr. than corn is being sold for in Tuesday, July 20th. Kenuon'8 mill much lumber is Powell county. being hauled. Cas P. Golf, of Indian Fields, ... mm' Mr. and Mrs. Morgan McKinThe candidates were very nu- was here Tuesday and received merous in town show day. Ev- Bonio cattle bought at around OJo ney, from Winchester, were visery one wis in the most friendly per pound for steers. iting their many friends and relmode, shaking hands freely with atives at this place from Friday the voters. Road Surveyor Asa Barnett has till Sunday. Miss Nancy Bush, The August election Saturday warned in all road hands and will Mrs. McKinney's sister, returned will be a reminder of the good in the next week put his road in with them after a few week's old election days when the open the best possible condition with visit. ballot system was in vogue. the labor at his command. Superintendent Mrs. Bohan-nuwas in this community MonMrs. Warmouth, widow of the Mr 8. Marion McKinney, of late 0. II. Warmouth, and (Sick) Lexington, is at the home ef her day in the interest of schools. Mill Mcintosh were married in Bo1iuihipI1id8 usplen-di- d brother, II. F. Christopher, Mrs.BuperintUknt: niudo this city, Tuesday, July 20th. nil teachers where she is very low with tuid no doubt, if Dr. Martin reports the birth of berculosis. The end is' thought are well pf , elected, b able to do W. S. Mer-ria son to Mr. and Ie fouryears. to be near. von bett Sunday the27tli. 102. sue--oeediap-pea- rs i 800-pouud Fish Commission, has sent out instructions to game wardens, who will be on the alert to arrest persons caught hunting without their license. The hunters must have their license in their personal possession while hunting. Midsummer heat, bringing to many cities in the Central States temperatures as high as 100 degrees, was at full blast in Southern Illinois. Louisville, Cincin- Capt. J. W. Ford, of Ohio Valley Tie Company of Winchester, visitCurtft-AlleMarried at jthe residence of ed at D. R. Clark's this week. John Curtis, 7ul$28th at 8 o'clock Miss Edna Morris is visiting her p. in., Mr. Wk p Allen, of Day- friends, Misses Kathleen and Ethel ton, Ohio, to Miss Livie Curtis, Morton, at Jackson this week. daughter of Mrs. John who hns Mrs Sylvia Russell, Curtis. The cQttple after remainbeen teaching school at St. Helens, ing in Kentucky a short time, will go to Dayton where Mr. Al- was calling on old friends lust len is employed n tee paint bus week. iness. Elder X Easter officiated Mr. W. 0. Rearick, general manat marriage- - , ager of the Dana Lumber Compatown-on- Business- .- this ny, waa-inThree are dead, 'five fatally in week. jured and a number seriously hurt from-- gasoline explosion in Emmet Alter left Monday for Ohio where he will visit Borne a motordrome at Ludlow Ky. weeks before entering some Semi. Vernon Mcintosh, of Louis- nary in Pennsylvania. ville, is spending a few days with Mrs. Henry Tipton and Mina and his mother, Mrs. A. O. Barnes, Clay Knox and wife, of Louisville n. Mrp-ana all who refuse d to sign the pledge not to use money or whiskey their names would be published. The following are the ones: D. R. i, Daniel,-- S. '"V. Larisotf WV nrer-glad to see that most of the cand;-date- s signed the pledge. Do not forget that you are to make an affidavit to that effect on the day of the election. So far as the writer has observed there has not been a ny evidence of whiskey used in and t.round Stanton and we have not visited Dr. Lawrence Knox at Nada heard of it being used elsewhere. this week and also Dr. A, 1 Knox. That speaks well for our citizens no more than it ought to . Mrs. J. C. Hanley who has been but for visiting home folks and friends There is a vast amount of coil severa' weekH in Pennslyvania. 0., being taken out of the new coal and Michigan has returned to Stan- fields in Eastern Kentucky. From ton. the number of trains running and most of them coal trains loaded Quite a number from this pluce with fine quality of coal, we can went to Clay City to see the show see the great future of this section that was held there Wednesday. of the country that has bren so isoOf course many of the candidates lated from the outside world. Thtt were there not for the show so mountains of Eastern Kentucky mush as to see the people. are coming into their own and will Morgan Boone and Alnert Skid-mor- e be one of the greatest industrial have gone to McRoherts, in centers of the United States. Ev. Letcher county where they will ery day the papers tell us of tlie play ball for the MoRoberts' team new branch ruilrouds that are beand also engage in other lucrative ing built, of the greut new saw mills being erected, the new mint H employment between games. with their splendid quality of coal It may be news to some to learn being opened and of the new towns that Miss lea Chester, who was in school here for several years, was springing up with the multitudes mruried a few days ago to Mr. Earl of people flocking there ( The Health Car. n Mj-s- l, The Health Exibit Car of Tuberculosis Commission has so fur visited several towns out of Louisville. This car stays from one to three days in each village. In some places in 21 hours fully fully 80 per cent, of the population of the village and surrounding country for a radius of several miles has either visited the car or attended the illustrated evening lecture. In ofjho towns visited a Pub Ken-tuck- y sev-er- lic Health League has been organized to endeavor to make the results of the visit of the car ut permanent as possible and ti preach to a still wider circle of people the gospel of good health. It is the intention of the to have the exhibits teach the essential facts not only Coin-missio- n a! concerning consumption but concerning general sanitation. This car visited Clay City two years ago, and is expected to come around again this fall. Hi THE TIMES. I'UIILISHKI' EVERY T1IUKSDAT. Peace in the 2nd Magisterial district, of Powell county, subject to the action of tlio Democratic primary election in August. Wo are authorized to announce W. For Juitlce of the Peace. We nre authorized to announco J. A. Sewcll as candidato for Justice of the J. Subscription rales 81 a year or three Woolery as candidato for Justice of the years in Advance 82. Pence in the 2nd Magisterial district, J. C. Uurghcr, 1'ubllshcr. of Powell county, subject to the action of the Democratic primary, AugustSnd. Entered as second-clas- s mail matter. Thursday, July 31, 1913. CLUB RATES. For the convenience of our subscribers, we have arranged club rates with the following papers at pricee below mentioned : The Times and Couner-Journ$1.00 it Cincinnati Enquirer 1.10 it Louisville Herald 90 Home and Farm 75 Itilund Fnrmer .75 90 American Fanner Southern Agriculturist 75 nl ANNOUNCEMENTS. For County Judge. We are authorized to announce D. D Potts as candidate for County Judge of Powell county, subject to the action of the democratic primary election inAu gust. It. We are authorized to nnnonnce D action oi me .Democratic primary elec tion in August. Judge of Powell county, subject to the We nre authorized to announce W Daniel as enndidate for Countv T. Adams as candidate for County Judge oi rowen county, suojeet totne action of the Democratic primary election in August. We are authorized to announce J. S Ewen as candidate for County Judge of Powell county, subject to the action of the Democratic primary election in Au gust. For County Attorney. We are nutliorizad to announce M A. Phillips as candidate for Countv At torney of Powell county, subject to the action oi tne .Democratic primary elec tion in August. We are authorized to announce A. H Norton as candidate for Countv Attor liey of Powell county, subject to the action or tne democratic primary elec tion in August. For Count)' Court Clrrk. e are authorized to nnnonnce J. P. Crabtree ns candidate forCounty Court oi rowen county, subject to the action oi tne democratic primary elec- The Hon. Win. J. Bryan, Secretary of State, received $12,000 per annum for his services and it is well known that that salary is inadequate for the maintain-anc- e of a Secretary of State, in the style in which lie is supposed to iive. Heretofore when we had such secretaries of state as Philander Knox under Tift, Elilm Root under Roosevelt and John Hay undr Roosevelt and McKin-ley- , all three of whom were mil- ionaires, and they usually spent two or three months away from their post ev ery year at fashionable summer resorts, such as Newport or Bar Harbor. Mr. Bryan considers that he is entitled to use his thirty days vacation any way he sees fit, and if ho wants to lecture before the Chautauqua and make $15,000 extr.t it is no one's business but his own. The country litis, given its hearty approval of Bryan's acts in doing as he pleased durini; his lecal vacation, which the Government gives to multi-millionaires, tho Senate Ksnuiro John W. Tuttlo. Es. lorlda. Ifill'c pnnflwlnfo fnr T?nnrnonntn....... ......... ....... j,...t I! ...Jit. Saturd rimarv alec- - uvu WUB B1,R,HB "anus wun uie T'nurnll m 11,18 c,t yes tion. all voters is DOyf nf teraay. air. Tuttlo lias some t tn offered for the olIiceTKire running for. very Warm fnends 10 1,1,8 countv It mav be tlialfcnnr best friend who would !ike to support him, 8 PPent, Bro. Easter, may not be best suited for the iut Tn Hurd, nnBpa t fnr Mm Powell's candidate also has many best suited man instead of your tr'loa? ad, in viow of the fncfc "H" Powell has not furnished the best friend. Weak candidates have weakened the Democratic nominee for eight years, Bro.Eas get practically the solid pnrty in Powell county from 50 tor to 150 votes. If the party will put up their best men for nomi nees no fears need be felt for No vember, as when Democrats vote for Republicans there is a cause. Help to remove that cause by voting for the best man. and Expreesi not' I 1. 1 1 OuKo .., rZHTt I I vote of this county as ho should. At the proper time our pedplo would gladly support Mr4 Tuttle for Representative, but now is - not the time. Because all dogs not dead are fast dying, is nothing to indicate an epidemic among the canines. They have simply barked themselves to death at the candidates, so says Sam Strange. ice man, on. It never gets too hot for the A New Wav VERY in Merchandising. - ATTRACTIVE PRICES. ' $21.45 np Check Rower Com Planter, 28.35 Double Shift Riding Cultivator 27.50 " Disc Grain Drill, Best Mowing Machine on 34.85 the market, 50c per square Felt Roofing, Gasoline Engines, ' There is no question' but what Riddell should be nominated, and there is but little doubt in our minds but what he will be. Still, strange and uncalled-fo- r happenings are takiug place ev ery day, and this may be one, our faith in the of the voters of that district, not withstanding. ss TlieCOUteSt for UirCUlt JUdge in our neighboring 23rd district is very close, we are informed Every voter from that district flint itrn lintm tnllrnri t n i a fnr Riddell, but they soy McDaniel hns tnmn Btrftnirfh in other narts. r. " -. I Wagons, $47.00 and up SiikvTi,rT,ma Plnw r'mnh ?fi Q'i Pitcher Pumpj, ,.86 " Pumps, 1.60 " Ready mixed House Paints 1.07 Gal. I P Buggies, 30.85 up 30.95 $27.50 up. SEE US FOR PRICES AISX) CATALOGUES. Mrs. J. W. Williams. Did it Ever Occur to You That an account with a Clean, Strong Progressive Bank, gave you Accounts every employee. Postmasler General Burleson is arranging to raise the limit of pounds allowed by parcel post and to allow larcpr nnrl oheavier packages to pass through the mails which will be a great blessing to the people. He is al so exnectinir to lower tho mtoa which are fifty per cent too high, as tne "Exoress CnmrmmW through their lobbyists had much 4o do in shaping the bill when it was neiore the Senate, aud it was the aim of the express com panies to make the use of parcel post as limited as possible, and crooked lobbyists huve nlwavs been able to do business with the Senate in the nast. as Milhull the lobbv king has shown in his recent testimony. Senator Bryon ofFIa., (Dem.) and other Sen ators are attacking Burleson for improving and extending Parrel Post. Senator Bryon should state mwever that he represents the 11 act. -- A special election was held last week in the 0th Congressional district or New Jersey, to till a vacancy and the Democratic nominee endorsed by President Wil son won by 0,000 plurality, and a clear majority over both Repub lican and Progressive candidates of more thau 2,000. If there is anyone who has doubt about where President Wilson stands in the confidence, and affection of the people ofy thty .country, that ' ni . a i i. i ii. election ougiu 10 seine :t ? a considerable prestige in the business world? of all sizes welcomed by the a. tion in August. i.ivtkui roweu county, suojeet to the action of the Democratic primary election in August. Court Clerk of Powell county, subject to the action of tho Democratic primary election in August. For Sheriff. We are authorized to unnounce D. W. Martin as candidate for Sheriff of Powell county, subject to the action of the Democratic primary election in August. We are authorized to announce 11. T. Derickson as cundidate for Sheriff of Powell co'inty, subject to the action of tho Democratic primary election in August. Wo are authorized to announce J. O. Uogcre as candidate for Sheriff of Pow- Wo are authorized to announee I. R Hoone as candidate for County Court f. We ure authorized to announce Jno.' WooUard as candidate for County There is but one relief in sihgt for the high co9t of liviui: so far as. the- - meat part is concerned, and that is iu the rabbit crop coming on later. The fields are full of this quadruped and farmers are anxious to give them away to all who want their meat for food. More good news! Jank John- 6on promises never to return to this country. Clay City National Bank, CLAY CITY, KENTUCKY. Hush! Listen Here! Money 9-- Everybody is going to ell comity, with J. J. Heed as Deputy, subject to the action of the Republican primary election in August. THE BLUE GRASS FAIR 6 Big Days and Nights, commencing Wo nre authorized to announce T. J. Ponder as enndidnte for Sheriff of Powell county, subject to tho action of the Itepiiblicnii primary election in August. For Superintendent of Schools. We nre authorized to announce Mrs K. S. itohauuan as candidato for Super Train of Business Rolling Down the Track of Time. made is Monday, August 11. Americas Greatest Horse $20,000 in Premiums Money Saved. intendent of Schools of Powell conn ty, subject to the action of the Demo cratic primary election in August. e are authorized to unnounce W, II. Thacker as candidate for Superin- leiiueut oi acnoois oi rowon county, Mibject to the action of Republican pruunry election in August. Show. 6 Big Saddle Horse Stakes Running and Harness Races Daily Ladies' $3.50 Trimmed Hats for $2.50 Simpson Calicoes, 6c per yard Best 4 Sheeting, 25c " li 72 Gingham Crash Towling, 10c " II 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, For Assessor. e are authorized to announce S. A. Euster as candidate for Assessor of Powell eounts, subject to tho action of uie democratic primary election in August. We are authorized to announce Geo. M, Rogers as candidate for Assessor of Powell county, subject to the action of tne JJemocrutio primary election in August. AVo 20c 25c 25c " i( 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. Free Acts Daily. You may see all the ret i' out come to LexliiRtoiAo get the Best. ure authorized to unnounce V. everybody from Everywhere (i. Frnzii'r canilldnto for Assessor of Hike to the Blue (Irons Fair Powell county, tuibject to tho action of I ne ucuiorratlo primary, August 1'nU. For Jailer, Wo REDUCED RATES ON ALL are authorized to announco Jesso Crow us candidate for Jailor of Powell For Catalog or Further Information Addreas countv. Kiiblect to the action of the JOHN W. BAIN, Scc'y, priimry election iu August. LOWE & CROWE, ' Rosslyn Merchants. - in JKy. THE A HOME-MADE TIMES. PAPER. The show came and gave two While very good performances. It was len in well attended as is most, all ty, the shows taht come to Clay City. elFecton with-draw- n have fal shjKoli the conn vf difTcB in bad droirHtng I I J THURSDAY, July 31, LOCAL BREVITIES. Judge W. T. Adams has from the race for County 1913 Judge, leaving the field altogether with Daniel, Ewen, Potts and Allen. so so linht. aecMSf cessively hot. have TheflKnas shone exevfRduy this week, their being that where flfese light showers not. been frequent, crops are veritably burning up. One For the third consecutive Sunday a negro was killed at one of the railroad construction camps when Charles Jackson was taken by Matt Jackson, both of whom are negroes, at Simm's It. P. Rose. Dr. Martin says there are no construction camps, about lu Mrs. Ohas. G. Mann has gone signs of race suicide over at Spout miles from the citv Sundav. to College Corner, Ohio, to spend Spring. The Doctor reports three The trouble is said to have start births at that peaceful little vil- ed over a dice game in which .15 a month with relatives. lage in less than as many days. cents was involved. Winchester Cashier A. T. Whitt was called All of these birth notices are re- Sun. to Beattyville on a business mis- ported in the correspondence NOTICE. sion the last nt the week. from that place. All claimants against the esAbout 200 people attended the tate of O. H. Warmouth will C. P. UofT, of Indian Fields, was here last Friday and bought meeting at the Eaton grove in kindly file their claims with me the lower town Sunday afternoon by the 01st day of July as several cattle at good prices. by law. All persons in- and great interest was manifestT. N. Rich, a former resident ed. These meetings were first debted to the deceased will please of this city, has moved from started by Rev. C. G. Mann, come forward and settle with me Harrimun, Tenn., to Jackson, pastor of the Presbyterian church by the above named date. Tenn. A. P. Johnson, Admr. and everyone seems to be taking Bowman, of Monica, an interest. The meetings will Bluford Lee county, spent two days this be conducted every Sunday afSTANTON COLLEGE, week with his brother, Curtis ternoon at. i o'clock. Rev. 0. G. STANTON, KENTUCKY Mann and Judge L. F. Mann will Bowman, near this city. hold- Opens August i8th, alternate each Sunday in 1013. Prewitt Browne, the nineteen-year-ol- ing these services each Sunday, conducting the meetOne of the son of Dr. M. S. Browne, Judge Mann ing to be held the coming Sunwas killed while day. of Winchester, Best Schools in Kentucky. playing in a game of baseball at Unsightly Spots Oxford, Miss. Class A High School. Students Are cured by Dr. Hobson's Ecze-m- a all skin given full credit at Normals, Ointment, which heals Edgar Shearer, of Minneapolis, Minn., is visiting home folks. He eruptions. No mutter how long Colleges and University. Large says they have ilosuch hot weath you have been troubled by itching, per cent, of students get lirst- er up there that we are experi- burning, or scaly skin humor, just class certificates. Tuition $2.00 encing down here. put a little of that soothing anti- per month. Board at dormitory septic, Dr Hobson's Eczama Oint- as low as $1 50 per week, with pro-vide- Fletcher Deaton, one of the a Mrs. It. A. Irvin spent. Inst leged conspiring assassinators of week with relatives in 'Lexing- Edward Callahan, in Breathitt ton. connty, was given a life sentence Mrs. Nancy Thomas, of Cov. for his part of the crime in his ington is visiting her aunt, Mru trial at Winchhster last week. for Each Sunday. .regulates the nowel, restore your The little lb months-olboy of : i i i ..I.: n Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Niblack died IUIJIIUICII til IIUUIIII mill l.llJIMt'P7. A. Urlsbin, of Elgin. III., at the parents homo in this city says: ''I have used Kickapoo Worm Friday of Meningitis. Buria III Killer for years, and entirely rid the local cemetery Saturday. my children of worms. would not be without it." GuaranteeO". Rid Your Children of Worms All druggists, or by mail. Price You can change fretful, 25c. Kickapoo Indian Medicine children into healthy, happy youngsters, by ridding them cf Co., Philadelphia and St. Louis Adv. worms. Tossing, rolling, grinding of teeth, crying out while utdeep, PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. accompanied with intense thirst, pains in the stomach and bowels, Services 2nd and 4th Sabbaths of each month. feverishness nnd bud breath, are symptoms that, indicate worms. Prayer Meetings, Wedne-tdjjven Kickapoo Worm Killlcr, a pleasings. ant cani'y lezenge, expels the worms Chug . G. Mann, Pastor. d I I,!-,- ,.. i.i. 1 Cm When in Need of d : Builder's Hardware, Cabinet Mantles, Grates, Tiles, Cooking or Heating Go to or Write Stoves, d I Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, Winchester, - Ky. For Cuts, Burns and Bruises. In every home there should be a box of Hucklen's Arnica Salve, ready to apply in every case of burns, cute, wrunds or scalds. J. II. Polanco, Delvalle, Tex., R No. 2. writes: "Hucklen's Arnica Salve euved my little girl's cut foot. No one believed it could be cured." The world's best salve. Only 25c. Kecommonded by all dealers. Ad. ment, on the sores and thesull'ering Healing begins stops instantly. that very minute. Doctors use it in their practice and r'.coninicnd it. Mr. Alleman, of Littletown, Pa., says: "Had eczema on forehead; Dr. Hobson's Eczema Ointment cured it in two weeks." Guaranteed to relieve or money refunded. All druggists, or by mail. Price 50c Pfeiffer Chemical Co., Philadel-phi- a and St. Louis. Adv. work. Scholarship for poor boys and girls. Write immediately for our limited SPECIAL FIFTY DOLLAR OFFER! Rev. J. C. Hanley, Stanton, Ky. Pres., CAPITAL STOCK, SI 00,000 R SURPLUS AND UN-K fc HARD WICK & COMPANY'S DIVIDED PROFITS, THE aOO.OOO Come to Our Store And let us show you we carry. stciikster Bank. ov. Winciisteh, Ky. t, j "I what a nice line of goods Our stock of Dry Goods, Notion', K N. Holly K W. R. Withehhi'oon, 1hkh. Oaniiikii. Clearance We will sell at greatly reduced prices during this Clear- Groceries, Hardware, Clothing, Shoes and etc. is replete with YOUR ACCOUNTS SOLICITED SUtt Stt Ski UiSCAUAUS, iK "KS Sfi i'i K 1 Variety, Style and Quality. THIS COMBINED WITH OUR ml WMM Iwil c.ul....rr... u II Low Prices Make it to your interest to give us a good share of CourMi leadlaf to CIcmrourT. laltraw4Ut.an.tXII. Kim CVr. ruUlc Mt.tt. af Villi lo all Bp.! Koutuuky. Scao.1. Bar 1.a CourMi Cur tea. Tullloa Pre to TwaDltfBlra dur aUUrli(wniMClaclt&l, atv raaawuiraiaiDi swu'unv. J airUntmra, a will ,.l. pracll.. ubeol. irparlracal a' raaailaia. Doianlla BcLaoa. It.IlryTtiaiUla Thirl Tma J.aiiarr T.rai K.rembtr IT. Fourth T.rui prill, Suauaar Ba.ol apaaa Juat Training Null School for Teachers A 'WW" ' I RICHMOND, KY. ance Sale the following: Men's and Boys' Clothing in both Suits and Odd Pants, Men's Hats, Queen Quality" low cut Shoes for Women, in both Oxfords and Pumps, Walk-Over nd low cut Shoes for Men, and all wash Dress things we 3oode. We have the new, popular and To give you an idea of the cuts j l. Q CRABBBf VnMeHt in all these lines. are your trade. We, strive to please our customers be- making, will give you some prices. Suits and Odd Pants, Men's and Boys' 3.50 cause we know satisfied customers are our best assets. 25$ to 35$ cut, Men's Yours to please, 1 WALDRON & JOHNSON, Waltersvjlle, Ky. y 19H PftULTRY k CURE chick's throat curei lew atop ia tuo water cures and Bourn, aiannoe nick diseases. One lakes Is eallons of fi an druggists, booklet on "Dist ils" neat t'lCKti. if Co, Uthfla, Ij Hats, at $2.00 to $2.50, Women's L00 Oxfords and Pumps at $3.00, $3.50 ones at $2.00, $3.00 ones at 2.25, Men's 85.00 low cuts at t l.OO. $4 00 ones ut $3.00, $3.50 ones at $2.00; wash Dress Goods, 25c per yard values at lOu to 18o per yard, 20o values at 13c, 15u values at 11c, 12Ac values at Oc, and 10c values at 7c. Hardwick & Co., Stanton. THE A HOME-MAD- E TIMES. PAPER. THURSDAY, AGRICULTURAL July 31, 1913 EXTENSION. Ru- Agricultural Extension and the ral Community. We hear much nowadays nbout work, agricultural extension demonstration farms, boys' com clubs, better farming methods and a large number of other com. parntively new agricultural enterprises, but many people fail to get a clear conception of what is to be accomplished by such v. ork. Agricultural extension work is accomplishing a twofold purpose : first, in enabling farmers to realize a greater cash income, improving their land while so do. ing, and second, in producing a rellex actiou upon the farmer and his family which will enable them to improve themselves more than they improve their farms. The two phases of the work go hand in hand, but. the latter is, after all, the more fundamental and important. There has been for many years a well regognized tendency to depreciate rural life and a general movement toward the towns and cities has been the result, this being largely responsible for the much talked uf "high cost ol d living." This movecity-war- dent truths enumerated above, let every rural community in the State welcomo any kind of endeavor for rural betterment and not count that effort vain, whoso fruits cannot be exactly counted in dollars and cents. The Extension Service of the Kentucky Agricultural Experi ment Station is a potent worker for good in country improvement and so far as possible will help in all such enterprises. T. 11. Bryant, Supt. Extension Division, Experiment Station, Lexington, Ky. , is our staf was in IE much as it "Evorsc 108 as much." to get over bo "Then w? many times luch money to put into good ids now. Do yon know that tho finest land .on the globe ain't a fit place for you to live in unless you've got roads so you can get some where when you want to? Ain't I right, boys?" EXERCISE! person leading a quiet, sedenla healthy only by accident, unless he makes up for by a little vigorous, open air exercise. Cram a locomotive' with coal, without removing the cinders, and the engine will become so clogged as not to work properly. The body Is exactly like a locomotive; If It Is not exercised, the waste products accumulate and the result Is disease. Moreover, judicious exercise shakes up the organ of the body and Increases their activity; It keeps the muscles In condition to meet the extraordinary emergencies which may come to any of us; and, If taken heartily, diverts the mind from Its ordinary cares and lets a man return with new vigor and refreshed spirits to his tasks. Ninety per cent of the women who bother the doctors with all sorts of more or less vague complaints, need nothing but a loose drees, a hoe and a garden. Kentucky Tuberculosis Commission. A tary life fire-bo- x "Yes." "Then get busy and learn whore every candidate is on this State Aid proposition. Get busy, boys." QET BUSY, BOYS. MARVELOUS PUZZLE Bill was silent and thotihgtful as he crammed some PICTURE AT THE FAIR Long Green into his old stained cob pipe, The boys about the store nudged each other and "The Shadow of the Gross" winked, as one of them asked, "Got any more interesting Secured for Art Lovers.. figures ou State Aid. Uncle Uncle Bill?" A cloud of blue smoke hid the old gentleman's head as he grunted a dissatisfied, ''Nope." "What's the matter, done run out of 'em?" 'Nope", agaiu came from the haze of smoke. Lovers of art and those Interested In phenomena will have an opportunity of a life time when "The Shadow of the Cross," the great unfinished, mysterious painting, Is placed on exhibition at the Blue Grass Fair this year. Seen In the light, there is a full length standing figure of the Christ, one hand resting across his breast, the other hanging by his side. Of all the famous paintings of the Saviour, perhaps none other so conveys the clearness of his realization, the pathos of his resignation, and he brings in nearer touch than ever before the peace vouchsafed to all mankind. Seen in the dark, the -- figure of Christ appears to be walking in the pale moonlight, an effect of light which no human hand can paint, and now one feels himself In the presence of the man as he was In the Garden Above and behind of Gethsemane. the figure hovers a dark cross, and this is what first suggested the famous title, "The Shadow of the Cross." At the World's Fair, St. Louis, in Cormack's chapel, in the Irish village, the painting registered more paid admissions than any attraction at tho fair. Itrecelved a gold medal. The daily papers were pleased to state, "It Is the only real novelty at the World's Fair." It also received gold medals at the Jamestown Exposition Expoand the sition at Seattle, Wash. Alaskan-Yukon-Pacif- "What's the matter then?" "Nothing, only the time has gone by for talking figures and what some of the other states are doing for their roads.'" "Why, what do you mean, Uncle Bill?" "1 mean just this, that the time for doing things is here right now, and we've got to get busy, and get busy quick, too." "How?" "Ain't election time right onto us? How many of von fellows that are here at the store every day for your mail and down at the county seat every court day, know how each one of the candidates that's running stands on this good roads business and State Aid The time's gone by for talking, it's time to make the other fellow do the talking so we'll know what he's going to do to make the big factory, every bit: bank, and every business house. help you and me build our roads." ! How to Aid Schools. Our public schools are uot what they should be by any means mainly because of the disinterestedness of the parents. Is absolutely netessnry If you would have n successful school taught In your community. Show your Interest by visiting your school. Get acquainted with the teacher, learn her strong as well as her weak point and let her underatand that vou nro Inter still. Let the children iiUo know thut you place r value upon thtIr work. Berry Cltlr.pu. ment clearly indicates that something in the country needs improvement. The next question is: What needs improvement? The answer in part is : The furms, the rouds, the schools, the church os and the homes themselves. We all know that it takes mou ey to accomplish City, Ky., July 0, 1018. the Democrats of Powell cdunty : nn u candidate for Assessor. On account of sickness I have been unable to canvass the county. I take these means of reaching the voters I would like to se every one, but as stated a hove it will be impossible to doi so and I would like for you to consider my condition and I would appreciate any favor anv one would do for me in any way. Olny To Candidate' Pledge. We, the undersigned candidates of both political parties, being cognizant, of the fact that much evil and degradation to the citizens and voters of Powell county, Kentucky and other sections of tho state have been brought about by the evil practices of the use of money and intoxicatingliquors to Influence voters to vote in .certain ways; we hereby solemnly pledge ourselves as candidates of the Republican and Democratic party that we will use whiskey nor money or any intoxicants or anything of value on behalf of procuring votes for ourselves or for another and that we to will not permit anv other pert-odo so either directly or indirect1' and we further agree between nnd the citizens of Powell county that should we break either in fact or substance that we will immediately withdraw in the race in which we are now engaged; and we further npree and pledge ourselves that on the day before the Primary election t lm held on August the 2nd, l!U:j that we will sign an allldavit that we hnve not used any of the aforesaid means to corrupt the citi.ensliip and to win votes for ourselves or for any other. Having read the above and being sensible of all that it contains here unto subscribe my name. nei-ther our-eelvthi-pled- ge t A. Phillips, Kate S. Bohannan, I. P. Crabtree, Jesse Crowe, A. T. Stewart, M. F. Benningfield, G. S. Spurlork, James G. Rogers, S. G. Baker, A. T. Knox. II. T. Derickson, M. I. S. Boone, Yours for kind favor, S. A. Easter. factor. many of these desired improvements, hence the extension worker seeks a nieaiu ot assisting the farmer to increase his earnings by better cropping, use of inure and better live stock, inaugurating new ises, keeping farm accounts, etc, but incidentally strives lo te.. the farmer and his futility to Hiiiilung, to reading and to gen erally brunileiiiug their horizon "I reckon we ought to do thai they may themselves be something." more leMuitct'lul and better able "Great Scott, don't say, 'You t help themselves, that they reckon', that's w hat's the matter may yet mure nut of life in their witli us, we reckon and we think tonne aiivuonment which is or until somebody else gets busy may be inade to he the best in and you and I get left." the world. " "I reck Suppose that all agricultural "Look nhere, you've gut into extension endeavor cou.t: suocied that habit of ret k ning a d yon in giving $1,000 in a day to eveiy hotter et out of it. The thing in the State, without giv. lo do is to, see every candidate new incentive lo that wants to go to Fr.uikfnrt lug him an betterment of his home or his and liml out how he stands. oimmuniTj ; would we dare to Don't let him hi and heat a suppose hat the roads, schools, round the bush, just make hi n i lunches and homes would at come nut and say, 'I'm fur State once Deci me as much improved Uid for road building.' or say, in- - we believe they will ho twen. .rm ,.;,i .t,.i ,i,P u years hence? This money in. "There's been a iot in the pa- ciease per capita is of couis. ,,Pr8 nml,t t.his business, audi more man we cun nope toacvnui reck- - , and we beUergei things plihh, heme w e see that ihu sub done, stantial rural betterment that uj t.y, s, W(. lo d Sav, ain't vim about is being ttm ,m. biiiu to )M ,!M accomplished by that indescriba- - folks was in IU? Don't wo live, l ie iniluence which agists peo- - j Letter houses, don't we li .vel pie to gam a new point of view j ,Ptter t(ll.ki ,ont we lidein i .!....). ..... iin, Ulioil If in both i s eionoiniir uri iri i i iiiiii i iu and social jilini.es. j newspapers and niaguyi is?" lo.io.-.iinot built n a day, "Course, anybody knows in'ither can w e e.vp.vt ureal that." improvement of a nation "Well then, if the folks that in either rural or u.rbuu districts ran things that far back was to he accomplished w ithout time, willing to put all the noney they which is a ureal and necessary did into State Aid work on the eu-teid.-iht 'The King of all Laxatives -- will- For constipation, headaches indigestion and dyspepsia, use Dr. King's New Lite Mill. Paul Mat Win. Davis. hulk-iof buffalo, X. Y., says thev are the "Kinir oi all laxatives. Timothy Hay TIibv ar a "lf to all my fami Clean and nice delivered any wheit-ily and I always keep a box at Clay City at bl eis per bal- -. hniiif " (St a Imx and get well. .1 i lice. f'ow pea hay at the I'riiM- aSf, Keeiiiuuiended - by all E Burgher. dealers Adv , I - John A. Sewell, J no. F Woodard, I). D. Potts, F. P. Tracv, Geo. M. lioaers, Charley Welch, n the Lamp Oil that oaves Jbyes Nothing Ik more Important In the horns than clear, steady light. Insure this by Retting the oil...that burnt it -11... An, .la.in ,1 down to the last drop. Pennijlvanla crude oil refined to iwrfectlon. Omts no mora than the Inferior Let Us Show You Some of Our New GOODS. Some Beautiful New Ready-toWe- ar &nkwSon olli-sa- tea WORK eaves eyes. Your dealer has SOLTTE Oil. In parrels direct from our works. MONBY-sa- res Clias. C. Stoll Oil Co. Lexington, Ky. Refinery at Warren, Pa. We sell Uw celebrated "NoCarb" Auto on. Suits pleafce. that are bound to Our line of .Pr ,.;,'. ,, Lawns, Percales, and other Are You a Woman? Dress Goods should be seen to be apptecialed. Come in and. let t:s fit 1 ! I 1 1 1 m Cardui Tho Uri Tnmft I you up ready for the surrmer vyeallier with gocds that ftylish and cool. air Loth Wc have our usual large full store anjl can cei'ain'y please you. Iji view of the almost rouus. wo ougw m oe ioie 10 uo self evi. the same thing . Look here, SHIMFESSEL'S. aestsmnm IViiniir.v if ro close iiml the weather so hot it will lie impossible Tor die to miike you nil ti fpcciiil visit, us I would lie yhtil to do. I promised the voters of this county iiliout three veurn nun Hint if they would elect uie I would do nothing that they would reyret voting forme. I feel r lint I have kept my prom- TIip JUDGES Fl BLUE FAIR HOPE $ I MILL S AN UNEXPECTED GUEST fur luncheon or dinner will enjoy ie delightful trial of home inude I lir.-- i tint if mude from the Pearl II Mir '1'iie Io.'ivch made fiom this lll'll gr ille II Itl lie title, liiillt, white mi I .if tempting ll r and a satisfying hidieon cm be m.ide mi '.he bread (with sweet butter) ill it i untie from the Pearl Hour. i.-tint Men of Highest Type Secured ise and bent every ell'ort in piy power to want to oweless money tod iy, and has added more improvements in the last three years, and is in a better liiiaueiul standing now, than it has been within the last thirty years. And as to crime, we have none. The Grand Jury after a vigilant search for seven days at the March Term found 10 indictments for misdemeanors and 4 ajiaiust the negroes for the murder of Pettit ; making 11 in all. And at the lune Term there was but 12 indictments returned, and all of them for shooting on the highway, curving deadly weapons, and disturbing religious worship. Now I claim for L'owell county the best, record in the State; but yet we have 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, the treasurer will gladly give you the cash in place of a promise for your work. By this means the county will save hundreds of dollars and the eili.en be ylad to work for his county. Now this can be done, it is simply a business proposition. Gve me live good business men for .Magistrates and a County Judge that is not too timid to do his duty, and I will show you better than I can tell you, how to place I'ow. ell county in line with (Jiark and Montgomery counties, both and for good roads. Good roads we must have and the only way 1 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. 1 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. My. God look what a bottle of the damnable stull' can do, and does do in thu way of murder and breaking up homes. If I am a drunkard, don't vote for me. If yon think I want- the olliee for the little pay there is in it, don't vote for inc. But if you think 1 want the dike that I may be instrumental in bringing about good times in our county in the way of low tax, good roads and better citizen-ship- , vole for me. You will find some men against me in the shape 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 tuy vote will be regular and heavy all the county. Thanking you for your past support I leave my destiny in your hands. Respectfully, the upbuilding of our county. say this: That our county 1 to Award Premiums. The manngement of the Mr D1u) Grass Fair have every reason to congratulate themselves upon securing competent Judges for the different classes this year. Each and every one are known to be gentlemen of the highest type of unquestionable fairness, and we believe with, such an array of talent the entries In all classes will be very large. The list of ths different classifications and judges are us follows: llreeding Classes for Thoroughbred Horses .Mr. George Howerman, Lexington, Ky. Saddle Horses Mr. Howaid Van Arsdale, Harrodsburg. Flve-Ciulte- d - COovnicHT.APitccv Made by J. ANDREW CAIN, Versailles, 10 . The McColm ick Mower The old true and tried Machine that does the Work and does it Right. Ky. W. Hales, Kingston, Ky. Three fJalted Saddle Horses Mr. J. ! - Fine Harness Horses Mr. W. B. Iiurton, Lancaster, Ky. Hoadsters Mr. YV. I). Uurton, Lancaster, Ky. Heavy Harness Horses and Miscellaneous Classes Mr. l'ercy IS. Hoge, Frankfort, Ky. Shetland Ponies Mr. A. G. Jeffers, Frankfort, Ky. ('fasses for Mules Mr. Thomas Dunlap, Versailles, Ky. Classes for Jacks and Jennets Mr. J. IJ. Long, Mlllersburg, Ky. Classes for Short Horn Cattle Mr. M. A. Judy. West Lebanon. Ind. Classes for Hereford Cattle Mr. M. A. Judy, West Lebanon, Ind. Clasps for Jersey Cattle Mr. Harry Jenkins, Chicago, III. Classes for Swine Mr. E. S. Good, Lexington, Ky. Clatses for Sheep Mr. Hal Woodford, Paris, Ky. Classes for Poultry Mr. T. M. Campbell, Darlington. Ind. Classes for Tlgeons Mr. George Feather, IJoston, Mass. Price for the Season, $43. THE SHADOW OF THE CROSS M. A. PHILLIPS. corn crop. ate 6oldierof this plaee, has been granted a pension of $10 a month Farmers are through with the by the Kentucky Confederate Genet. Married, July 11, Andy Hanks and Miss Iva Morton. School is being carried on in our district by Mrs. Audy Hanks. Congletou Lumber (Jo. is pull-ii- i in a saw mill on the land of Wm. Morton. The Powell County Board of Education has let the contract to Kiuser Bros, for building us a new school house. pension law. We asked one of our old citi zens the other day if he had seen any of the county candidate? and he "remarked, "Well, naw, ' not 'zuctly seed 'urn, but sum uv th' cliildern was down at the cold 8Dring"'toMier day an' eed tha', heern sumthin' a growliu' down thur, reckon it was a canidate." i , , "Hamblim: Ike." is "What's worth doing at all Summers was nmong us last week selling ''the map of Kentucky." Mr. Summers is an salesman. Berrv Birch, an old Confeder K A. worth doini: well," and this even applies to thieves. The man who A $50 milliner's creation is a steals only $1 50 goes to jail, but poor jort of cap for a girl to set the man who 'misappropriates" un attempt to catch an eco$150,000 gets a job as a railway in nomical bachelor. president. Famous Painting to Be Exhibited at the Blue Grass Fair. "Patrons of the Blue Grass Fair will learn with regret that the famous painting, "The Shadow of the Cross, will be withdrawn from public view at the end of this year. Learning this fact and after lengthy negotiations, the nine Glass Fair management secured this famous painting as a special attraction this year. It will be given a most desirable location, that every one attending the fair, who desires, may not miss seeing the painting that has Jjaffled the scientific men for 15 years. As a painting of Christ it has few equals, but in the appearance of the cross In the dark, one sees the most astonishing phenomenon ever seen in a painting. The strange phenomenon of the painting has Interested and baffled thousands of people over the world. Do not miss It this year It is your last opportunity. This is something that you will remember a life time. Everyone who views it is wonderfully Impressed. together with Rakes, and all other Farm Machinery of the International We sell this Machine Harvester Company manufacture. H. G. Grabtree & Go., Clay City, Ky. Eg Stop, Look and Listen. Gome spend youp money with us, Get what you pay Fot in amount ind quality. We are listing the most Money -- Ma king Clearance Sale ev. I- - p H 4 if ' II HER ATI'S BAND AND CONCERT COMPANY AT THE BLUE GRASS FAIR er known in the history of our country fo you. The following articles long as they last, which can't be long, at the reduced prices we are making. K $1.50 .85 $3.00 Ladles' Trimmed Hats at " " 2.00 Gents' Low cut Shoes $3.50 at ' " " " 3.25 " " Ladies' 2.25 will be no lack of music at Is cheapening that effort to mention THEME fair this year. In. Llbcrati's the fee. Now and then exceptions land, famous for two decades, are so noticeable that a departure one cf- tho strongest drawing cards of from this rule is inevitable, and such tho i'l io Crass Fair, at Lexington, will be the caso at the Dlue Grass Is represented. The famous Fair, with the Liberates band and Aup. lenier, tofitt.er with iilti band of titty concert singers. If the Insatiable trained iniis'tms, will occui y a spaci American love of a bargain holds esree'r.lly jrernrtd fur him In front ; good the grounds will be packed daily. of the grand stand, mil render pro There have been bands and concerts, g rail's wl.ich aro faultless front an but never before in the past has titer? Classical and been so much that Is genuinely worth Artistic strndDoInt. d while offered as Llberatl will present, will be opu1nr selections by Individual "Fair" music, rnd at the ridiculously low scale of and should crowd the s; aclous stand prices that prevails for bis engagement. It Is a bargain offering, Indeed, and frounds at every concert. Undjjr ordinary circumstances,, the of music played; sung ana rendered In price cf adn iRt'o'n lias so little to do various forms ot individual and colwith uu artistic achievement that' It lective styles by the artists under tho 11-tInter-sperso- 2.75 2.60 1.60 direction of the distinguished Italian virtuoso, who is not one whit niggardly blmsQlf in the sprinkling of bis inimitable cornet solos, through bis splendidly varied program. Llberatl Is the same debonair director and virtuoso. His cornet Is to the wind instruments what the perfect throats of bis people are to the art of vocalization. The tone quality and the feeling are tbehope and deBpalr of less fortunatei these inspired children of sunny Band muslo nas individuality Iberatl Is on no longer a the stand and keys In bis mere twist of, to an end, bands. They' 1m ot bar and that end1 mony and wod Ion. 2.00 duco only. 1.35 We sell lor Cash and Exchange for Pro- - WM. ADAMS Xena, Ky. & SON, s V SUGGESTIONS BY STATE EDITORS How Kentucky Candidates' Pledge. for ollicc in I'mvoll county, iloii:ree mid promise tliut we will not directly or indirectly, or through other live, loan orput into the hands of any person nny spiritious, vinous or malt liquors, money, property or things of val-uwhatever for the purpose of buying, prccurinu: or iniluencinj: 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 js further agreed that each sinner hereto will report any violation of this agreement, to the Chairman of the DemocratiftTom-initteof Powell county, within live days from the time such infor niation shall come into his pos session. "It is further agreed that each signer of this paper will on the of the primary election subscribe to an oath (before the said chairman) that he has not violated said agreenien, and thut the same, to his knowledge and belief, has not been violated by anyone for him, and if said oath be not subscribed to, then the p yson refusing to do so shall any nomination he may have received in said election." o e it "We, the umlerslgnuil, cniitli-ilule- s homed. proving charges. have same by by the uss of Hall's Catarrh Cure. nnd paying Frank .1. Cheney. Bht Barrnett, Sworn to before tne and subscribout Spring, Ky. ed in tny presence, this Gth daj of December, A. D. 1880. Seo us fonWJyphoe wants. A. W. Oleason, Skal J. W. Williams. Notary Public ) 1 iK i OVER 66 YEARS' EXPERIENCE I MADE lYIAHnG Schools May Be Improved, TO EXTEND TERM IN OFFICE. Superintendent of Public Instruction Should Have More Time to Carry Out Reforms Aim Should Be Education Rather Than Instruction lm portance of Electing Good Officials. Why Not? From the Louisville Times. Stain of Ohtn C'ttv nt Tnlrdn. l c 'J Lucas County, ) oath Frank J. Cheney makes that he is senior partner of the hrm of F. J. Cheney fe Co., doing business in the City of Toledo, County and Stnte aforesaid, and that said firm will pay theeum of Gee Hundred Dollars for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, nnd acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Send for'testiiiioniuls free. Address K. .1. Cheney & Co., Toledo, 0. Sold by ull DrugtiisK 75c. Take Hall's Family Pills for Anrnne urndlnK nkclrh ami dcurrlntlon mar qincuir nareruuii our opinion iroo wnriner an liTi.nllon In tirnhablr palentnhio. rnnimiinlrn. Ilonsnlrlctlrronlldeiillal. IIAtlOBQOti onl'ateuta out free. Oldt st agency for terurlnif pntonu. Cnlonta taken throuali Atuiin A Co. receive nrcMnollce, without ohnr, lu tba A tiandaometr lllnntratail weeklr. Irent circulation of an? aclentlilo Jmirnul. O'ornis, $3 a rear! fourmontua, IU Sold brail nenadealorn. rfjm CopvniciiTs &c. Scientific Oraocb Office. 625 mciicaii MUNN&Co.30,B'Md"1'' New York F BU Washlogtou. D. & Trees! Trees! Trees! Fruit and Ornamental Strawberries, Shrubs, Hedging, Asparagus, Rhubarb, (trapes, Roses, Peonies, Phlox, etc. fiver thing for Orchard, Lawn and Garden. NO AGENTS COULD SCARCELY From the Shelby Record. If our children aji? to Improve at Hy the use of drain tile you eat. school there are twofulugs their par- turn thut low, wet, useless, swaments should bear in mind. There py field into the most productive The awakened and more Intelligent Interest In all that pertains to education In the commonwealth suggests an Inquiry in some quarters. Why not, they ask. so contrive as That a continuity of reform he made the moro certain by permitting a second term to the superintendent of public Instruction? Allowing for the time necessary for'hlm to shake down In his office and become at home with the routine, how, Ip the brief space left, may he hope to Hhape and perfect plans that shall for--lehave' time to blossom and benr fruit? not essential that if those plans jneet public approval and support they be given every widest opportunity to J. W Allen, F. 1'. Tracy, prove their worth by results? The suggestion Is worth considera- S. A. Easter, .rallies F. Martin, tion. There is much to be said for It .1 W. Wooler.v, I. S. Boone, and something, no doubt, on the other J. 1'. Lewis, side, But, at first glance, we are free .1, S. Ewen, to stnte that it "listens" well. a. n Norton, Charley Means, II. B.Faulkner, B. F. Ilatton, Our Slogan "Education is an in- .1. A. Bowen, Luther Stephens, vestment; ignorance is a tax." M. A. Phillips, D. D. Potts. From the Itusscll Democrat. Herein lies the Importance of educa- W. G. Frazier. tion. We should educate rather than instruct', because It is far more imporStrayed. tant to cultivate the mind than to store There came to my place about the memory, and instruction is only a part of education. Studies arc a means one month ago two red yearling and not an end. steers that have never" been do Children are by nature eager for information. They are always putting questions, and this ought to be encouraged. Their instincts may be trusted Jo a great efttent, and in'that case they will do much to educate themselves. Alake Your Wet Land .Productive. Iw-t- t WALK ABOUT And For Three Summers Mrs. Vin- cent Was Unable to Attend to Any of Her Housework. believe I would have died if taken it. I hadn't FREE CATALOG Pleasant Hill, N. C "I suffered for three summers," writes Mrs. Walter Vincent, of this town, "and the third and last time, was my worst. I had dreadful nervous headaches and prostration, and was scarcely able to walk about. Could not do any of my housework. I also had dreadful pains in my back and sides and when one of. those weak, sinking spells would come on me, I would have to give up and lie down, until it wore off. I was certainly in a dreadful state of health, when I finally decided to try Cardui, the woman's tonic, and I firmly After I began taking Cardui, I was greatly helped, and all three bottles relieved me entirely. I fattened up, and grew so much stronger in three months, I felt like another person altogether." H. F. HHIenmeyer&Sons Lexington, Ky. mm I Cardui is purely vegetable and gentle-actin- g. Its ingredients have a mild, tonic effect, on the womanly constitution. Cardui makes for increased strength, improves the appetite, tones up the nervous system, and helps to make pale, sallow cheeks, fresh and rosy. Cardui has helped more than a million weak women, during the past 50 years. It will surely do for you, what it 'has done for them. Try Cardui today. Write to: Chattanooga Medicine Co., Ladles' Dept.. Chattanooga, Trnn., for Special on your case and book, "Honia Treatment for women," sent In plain wrapper. 5 err t, i i i rroinrtiy ohtalnettt tVvn.e en1 lterftt. FREE REPORT Oil r tfLi W I fec. iwh ni rnft- . tiir'.ta V. vr I'mro. ror iMtimLiirnct. tootc PATENTS. .1 heml 3 In On HOW TOOr)T1lnf Kleli un will ten I and oui-- r mil r i u Uv nt. LL l,- jrt 1 htr,;nution. i.rttip i 0. SWIFT & 00. M rg303 Seventh St., PATENT LAWYERS, -,'i mm rVaeliington, D mm Tsairw RIGHT HERE IS YOUR CHANGE Farm Drain Tile TO BUY THAT TYPEWRITER! lJs!i.vr''..,;jj'yv-j-aftjHu;ww should be a progressive, energetic spot on your farm. Good tile, county school superintendent, nud the plaeed, not only carries off school trustees must take interest in properly their work and do their very best to surplus water, it admits air to the get the best results possible in their soil and makes it t usv to work. respective districts. There are not It improves any soil. The increiicej two more Important otneers in the in the value of the land IV inuny county than that of superintendent time the cost of the tile. The first nud trustee. Hear this In mind wheu j year's crop from tiled land pays you are called on to elect them and tor it. iXny-bou- v can do the work vote for those who are quallUed to till successfully. Write for particuthese places. lars or ci'll at oui plant. IFrom the lierry Citizen. Physiology, hygiene and other feature pcrtaliiiiu' to sniiltMti'Hi "lioulil have a proper place npoc t'le curricui lum of the schi.nl lit this mill taught ivynl.ii ly cm h m order Unit the-- e n y Ic properly MilJect ll milled the toill pli.tsii'l.iu.s nt terr ii ,,11, xtinulil be pliccil In ch irgc. or them would lie willing lo 'hc mi hour of III" lime each wcel; to the M'huol as mi liistructi'i' iipni lanlt ir.x r li.vgli'iie M'lciiec T'.ic lucre le.ielioi ol I'hysloloV. while It 111. IV liileivM nl somewhat mill tlclilc the Inn. ninny of the cbilili en. lines imt in'ntei'l against tilliciviiliiMU tyili ;l tc nil'.Mllll OI llllll'l Ill'CI tilll S 'I hoe subjects uuuM mil lie ton ililll cult to teach, mufellliei' f our physl cl.iii'i ciiuhl iiuike t In i it ,111 l.'rst.iinh hi-- This is a Typewriter Talk by a Typewriter Man to the Readers of The Clay City Times. straight-from-the-Shoulder I Red River Brick & Tile Company, STANTOV, KENTUCKY QUICK-RELIE- F SHIPP'S No other typewriter built regardless of any clniins nuide is thecquiil of the new Fox Visible Typewriter either in material used, or in workmanship, or in the number ami convenience of its special features. There are many Kootl typewriters being built anil sold, hut we claim for the new Vox Visible Typewriter that it is better tlitin the best of these, nnd that its utiUmmtic features combined cannot be found in nny oilier typewriter The' New Fox is a typewriter that will meet witli the approval of the most critical titer. A single demonstration will convince you we will make it at our expense, if you will permit us. Wither you have hud the use of a typewriter or not, you have paid for one many times over. Ye sir, we mean it; everyday you continue using the old, slow meth od of writing with a pun you lire unconsciously paying for a typewriter. The fanner who cuts his grain with a scythe pays with every drop of sweat for a reaper. I f you are neglectful of your wearing apparel nnd expose yourself tinneeesMirily to the rain nnd cold you are paying for the very thing that would have kept you well and comfortable. Heniiuber this and mark it well: You must pay pay pay for the necessities of this life, whether you use them or not. LINIMENT. This is the liniment the people arc talking about. It is the most wonderful remedy for relieving pain I have ever Ufed. dipt. Anderson Horry, Lexington, Ky. I used this liniment and the naiti mid soreness disappeared like magic. Jailer vt . T. jsullenger, Lexington, Ky. For relieving aches and pains this liniment beats anything I ever saw. .1. II. I.etton, Lexington, Ky. It is the only remedy I have found that has given mo any relief since I was imralizetl four years ago Mrs. Susan Welborn, Newburg, Inil. If it fulls 'to relieve nny pniii in any part of the body in fifteen inliiutes.iirk lor your money back. SOLI) HV ALL LISADIMi DitUtiCJISTS. THIS IS THE NEW VISIBLE FOX SENT ON FREE TRIAL, Express Paid. "BBTTEU THAN THE BEST OP ALL OTHERS." Look at the illustrution of our New Fox Visible Typewriter, shown above, and compare it with any other typewrit-e- r you have ever seen or used. Hero is a really VISIHLH typewriter note that the printing polnt.fs on top in plain sight, and that the typo bars rise from where they are lying and strike the platen in full view of the operator, and in it direct line of vision, and thut all of what you have written remains in full sight until the papor is removed from tho typewriter. Coinpuro this with those old stylo typewriters, that some linns are still advertising us visibles, but out which tliu printing point is beneath the typebars, and you have to look down into them or between them to see what you have written, Touoh n key in the keyboard and you change tho color of your writing instantly from black, blue t li. lutercsthi" and valuable Very Serious It is a very serious matter to ask for one medicine and have the wrong one given yea. For this reason we, urge you in buying to be careful to get the genuine Black-draug- ht ( Liver Medicine The reputation of this old, reliable medicine, far constipation, and liver troubb, is firmly established. It docs net Imitate other medicines. It is better than othen. cr it vroiiJJ not bo the fa-Vj r r'vuer, with a larger 4 jera cabined, vf v jspl'.e J "For ir jnv At Htif-VMuiian-L- l! all u VP' ) 1 i . ll f'w i trnnliled. In d roraeiima I used. . IK-- f hi .nw,i .uil.l, ytt andcure aud DR. A KJMO1 SSf.T or purple to red. Press the Tnbulator Key ut tho left (in front) for ptirugrapliing, writing tho complimentary closing, etc. : also for nil kinds of billing. At tho right (in front) is our Hack Space Key. This moves the carriage backward for making corrections, or putting in punctuution. This key also enables tho operator to erase a word of three letters ami write one of four in its place. Press the Stencil Key shown at the left (front) for making stencils from which thousands of duplicate letters can be made, Four rows of keys reduce the shifting The right Shift Key locks automatically for writing in all caps. A positive automatic Line Lock prevents you from writing beyond a predetermined line. The ribbon travels in a "zig-zag- " lino not straight across from spool to spool as on others thus using all of tho ribbon and making it last three or four times as long ns on other typewriters. Tho ribbon automatically itself from one spool to tho other without any attention from the operator. Carriages are interchangeable, and run on bull bearing trucks, Platens are removable, so that both a hard and soft platen can be used on the same typewriter. Kxtremely light touch, "No falling leaf Js lighter than the touch of tho Fox Typewriter." Oho ice or J'.uto, rica, L'on- densed Itomun, Medium ltoinan, or Italic Type wo carry more than three thousand special tyt10 in stock, or our' own manufacture, and can furnish keyboards for any lunguago. The Fox has an eusy, almost noiseless action, Is very durable. aud is sent complete with cleaning outfit and metal cover with hardwood base. This is the Fox, the typewriter wo munufucturo this is tho typewriter that wo will send to anyone anywhere in the United Stutes on Fijo Trial, all express charges fully paid no "red tape" nodeluy no obligation to buy. If purchased y a little down whatever you can spare and the balance in small monthly payments. niiur inui you cat Iteader, in v com- cority wo cun honestly say this proposition has never been equaled by any other tyiiowr puny, and all w Ik thut you writo us toduy NOW giving us your name aud address'so wo can stunt you1 our catn- log aim write Kually about our typewriter aud Free Trial offer. one-third. i : ' I1 w .K'ultJU IN TOWN F2 ta cckt u u .' ij vi.' i BcUlitftii. ruU'iilo. .v. y. Fox 7 Clay Writer Co., Manufacturers, . FRONT aRSNU .RAPIDS, AVENUE, MICHIGAN. V.'.IJ'm'l. V.-- .. ies, Local Representative for Clay City and vicinity.