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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): August 7, 1913 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1913 cla1913080701_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.): August 7, 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 $1.00 a Year in Advance. T 4 TIMES. .1. Wi are here to belp Clay Cliyrlie'SorroonJing Coantry and Oarselves. E. Burgher, Publisher. VOL. XVIII. CLAY .CITY, KY., THURSDAY ; OTHER COUNTY TICKETS. AUGUST 7, J9I3. STANTON NEWS. Floyd Clay has returned from a visit to hi father in Ohio. Mrs. Lawrence Knox and daugh ter, of Nada, were in town this week. Major Blcukburn fell on the walk In front if his office and hurt himself quite severely. Mrs. Floyd Helton, of Cane Creek, visited at the home of Wra. Hardwick the past week. Clay Knox and wife have returned to Louisville after a visit in Winchester with friends. Miss Dora Hatton is very low at the home of Toby Anderson. The end is only a question of a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Blackburn visited at the home of the latter' e parents, the Prewitts, at Winchester. Miss Helen Welch returned home after several weeks stay with her sister, Mrs. 6. W. Fergueon in Cincinnati, O. Lee Jackson, of Louisville, Is here visiting his people. He and A. T. Stewart will go to Upper Quicksand in Breathitt and hunt squirrels. of Mr 01 Crawford, Wm. Hardwick, was nominated as County Judge in Breathitt county c at the recent Primary on the ticket. Mrs. J. F. Webb and little daugh ter, Ella, of Lexington, have, returned home after spending a month's vacation with her mother, Mrs. Annie Creed. Mr. Tom Gambo has sold his farm across the river to a Mr. Mr. of Winchester. Bradley Gambo will probably remove his family to Winchester. Reuben Todd. wKo was killed at irviuv, 1biiu tut wuiuu m i no iuuuo r 1 ii j; lipiou was ueiu iu wie yrauu juiy was a nephew of for the shooting, Bob Stoiie of our town The candidates will find the affi davit that they agreed to sign that they would not use money or whiskey, in the Powell County Bank at Stanton. Please call there and sign. Jeff Brvant. son of Doc Brvant. of South Fork neighborhood, was brought to Stanton last Thursday and :ndicted and held to the grand , . jury ior wnippmg anui iueutjug iiib wife. She is only fifteen years of son-in-la- w Dem-otrati- NO. IV parts are heard from. There are sections yet wiiere there ought to be a correspondent. Among the marriages taking place in the county during th wek are : Bill McTntosh and the widow of O. H. Wnrmouth ; Win Barnes. of Estill county, and Mrs-- . Mollie Hall of i'owell ; Roy Laweon and Mary Lewes, of this county; W. L. Allen, of Estill county, and Mi-- s Liva Curtis, of Powell ; John Pr) fry, of Mt. Caanan neighborhood, and Miss Birdie Hatton from near same place. A young man from our county, and of whom we have not learned his name, was stealing a ride an the tram and at Rosslyn he was caught by the mail crane and terribly hurt. His arm had to be amputated and he was otherwise hurt all over his body. It was a narrow escape. It ought to be a lesBon to our bojR who jump on and off from the trains here at Stanton. Of course they think that they never will cet hurt out their time will come if they do not quit the praelice. The official count in the recent Primary is as follows : Represen tative, Easter, 2GG, Tuttle. 122; County Judge, Ewen, 14C, Potts, 128, Daniel. 105, Allen, 147; Coun ty Attorney, Phillips, 150, Ance Norton, 329; Clerk, Crabtree, 152, Woodard, 182, Boone, 209: Sheriff. Derickson, 390; Jailer, Martin, 335; Assessor, Frazier, 204, Rogers 12li, Lewis, 72. Easter. 151; Supt. of Schools, Bohannan, 4 11, Tracy, 288; Coroner, S. V. Larison, 258; Surveyor, Faulkner, 281 ; Justices of the Peace, Welch, 80 ; Stephens, 68; Bowen, 37; Means, 113; and Ballard 5. This count does not include the Republican Primary as there were no oppositions to the. candi dates It is to bo said to the credit of Stanton precinct that there wan no trace of any whiskey being used not a man was drunk and everything was very quiet. More comment will be made later. several THE PRIMARY. . The first primary held under Following is the Republican the new State Primary Law was ticket nominated in Estill couna success in this county and prov- ty: ed to be what the people needed. County Judge, David Newron; All over the county comes the reSheriff, George Powell ; port of a peaceful and quiet Jailer, Ancil Powell; There were no evidencCounty Clerk, Robert West; es of the use of money or liquor. Assessor, Thomas Crouch ; This is a do ided moral improveCounty Attorney, Jno. L. Car- Gmtefitffar Support. Mrs. Kate S. .Bohannan, suc cessful candidate, for County Su- - urday's Primary,- - has requested the Times to E&nt the following statement: "a Kindly alloyfme space in your valuable paper.vfbjsay to the voters of Powell Cffrffnty that I feel profoundly sqiteful for their warm Btipport.af me in the race over all previous elections ment penter. for County Superintendent. in this county. It was a quiet election but The hottest contest was be- money and liquor were freely i accept meir aeciHion, anu tween Mrs. K. S. Bohannan and used and much dissatisfaction when elected will fulfill to the best: of my ability the responsi F. P. Tracy for Superintendent exists. vote proved not The Democrats, who hud no op- bility which i&j'ngain placed upof 8chools. The to be so close as was expected, position in the primary, are con- on me. I deeply appreciate the attiMrs. Bohannan coming out with fident they can win in the final tude of the rriwv and women of majority. a handsome election'. The names of ttiese The vote of the various candi- candidates have been given in a Powell countyS dates is as follows : former issue of the Times. Corruption M Montgomery. Representative : It is common talk on all sides 266 EaSter The following is the Clark couu- that the primary in Montgomery 122 tottte ty Democratic ticket : county Saturday was absolutely Conniy Judge : the most corrrijpt election ever Representative, J. D. Wills; 164 Daniel held here". WTiave heard it H. Evans; County Judge, J. 148 Ewen variously estimated that from Sheriff, Howard Gilbert; 147 Allen County Clerk, H. 0. Skinner ; 126,000 to $50,OjOohanged hands 128 Potts on that day in Jfcfiuencing voters Jailor, James Mullens; 10 Adams and we have not heard of a single Assessor, D. A. Hughes; County Clerk: man who does Aot condemn the Coroner, A. M. Thacker. 182 Boone methods used t&openly Saturday Money was used in the election 160 Cfabtree but not to the extent, it is usual- as a disgrace tgbe manhood and 143 Wobdard Kentucky. It is, ly used. Judge Benton claims intelligence County Attorney: he will have it investigated. indeed, deplajtfble that such a that 329 Norton state of lawlessness could exist 160 Phillips The Democrats nominated in in a community pf our average : intellect, andyJjte worst part of County Assessor Montgomery county were: Frailer 204 . if all IB that Ifcffcems that some . RAnrftiifl'nt.jitiof Ram TWlnv apparently i51 condonja", itvrrMv Sterling Ga. 126 bherutr Harry Howell ; zette. 78 County Clerk, Keller Greene; School Superintendent :' RMdell Wins for Circuit Judge. Assessor, James Barnes; 404 Bohanuan Judge Hugh Riddell wins the Jailer, Jno. F. Richardson. 279 Tracy nomination for Circuit Judge in Exercising a New Privilege. the 28rd Judicial district over While Easter carried Powell by a good majority, Tuttle has Several of our fair sex took oc- his opponent, J. Mott McDaniel. roceived suilicieut majority in casion in Saturday's primary to It was a hard fought contest. We Estill couuty to give him the exercise the right of suffrage for have not learned Riddell's ma the first time in life. Some of jority, but it is thought it will nomination by a majority of three hundred in the dis- the men voters express themselves reach about four hundred. His as dissatisfied with this privilege. Republican opponent is Judge J. trict. H. T. Derickson for Sheriff, This is no more than might be P. Adams of Jackson. n James F. Martin for Jailor, H. expected. If it is right for S. D. Gum, of Estill county, B. Fqulkner for Surveyor, and to be to taxed, it is right won the Republican nomination S. V. Larison for Coroner were for them to vote ; if it is right for nominated without opposition. them to have any say so in the for Representative in this district over J. D. Snowden. J. A. Sewcll was nominated betterment of their homo it is right for them to for Magistrate in thij district Vaughn's Mill. vote: over J. W. Woolery. Mrs. Melvin Gravett is no better at this writing; she is a little TO THE FARMERS OF KENTUCKY: worse if any change. MisB Edna Abney has been sick For a quarter of a century the great problems of manufacturing and of transportation have been handled upon the advice of for the past two weeks. She is experts men whose accuaate and scientific knowledge extends to some better now but has lost a the minutest points. great deal of flesh. In the past few years able men have realized that farming Several of the old folks took :ounld be put upon the same basip that instead or being or neces eitv a haphazard enterprise, it is one of the most scientific business dinner and spent Sunday evenes in the world that it may be as accurate and as reliable as those ing at Mr. S. G. Baker's and the processes of nature upon winch it depends. young folks at Mr. A. P. Bush's. It has been realized ulso, that the principles of Bro. Lowry preached a fine which have worked out such great things in the industrial world, may be used with equal effectiveness in the realm of agriculture. sermon at the Christian church To aid in the rapid spread of these ideas and principles Sunday morning, but owing to a seems to me to .be a most useful and noble work, and one in which soreness in one of his ears he I would gladly have a part in Kentucky. postponed the night services. With this thought, I havo decided to give an Mr. G. W. Bush has built an barbecuo at my homo in Woodford county, near Versailles, on .Wednesday, August 20th. It will be my aim to have matters along addition to his store which will the lines I have indicated discussed by some of the great agricul bo greatly to his .convenience as tural experts of the country, and it will be my hope that this may he carries an exceptionally large give fresh impetus to the work in Kentucky by the farmers which line of 1st class goods for a couu is already so well begun. try merchant. Every farmer, and every farmer's wife, and every one inter-esteMessrs Leonard and Samuel farming in the Stafe, who feels au interest in in in better creasing the rewards of agriculture, and in bettering the conditions Mize, two of our best young men, of farm life, is most cordially and urgently invited to be my guest returned to Middletown, Ohio on August 20th. This invitation is given in the spirit or good rei Tuesday morning after a few lowship, and the desire to help, and all who accept it will bo most weeks visit with their father, J. warmly welcomed. Vefy 6incere,Vj We wiBh the boys W. Mize. J. N. CAMDEN. continued success. penntendent cpochoois at Sat- .4 -- VC8anty"ClienHultf 9i:y5iP? . m-- t-- ut i- wb-me- gov-ernme- age. Doc Dehart fell down the 6tairs in his house and run his head through a glass door cutting himself badly about the head and also run a big piece of glass into bis toot. He wiM be laid up for several days. Mr. Ben Sewell, of Jackson, was calling on one of our fair maidens this past Sunday. His visits are quite regular low and we are glad to see him come. We think that we havo them as good as can be raised in our town. Mr. John Napier who was accused of using insulting language towards Mrs. Pelfry was acquitted in The R. C. the County Court. Hall, etc, road case for opening another road to Clay City will bo heard on Friday of this week. In riding his horse over the bridge by Dr. Lemming's, it went through one of the planks and threw Mr. York Frazier to the ground und in iured his back severely. Attention has been called to the dangerous eondition of this bridge through this paper. Missess Addie and Eunio and Ellis Drake. Inex Congleton, of Lexineton. Miss Mattie Baker, Miss Leela and Herbert Falkner of Bowen were visiting at the home of Willie Garrett this week where the young folks of the town helped them to make ilfe merry. We were clad to see a correspond ent in the last issue from Vaughn'a jJiil and Genet and we trust that they will give ua the nuwe eaon week. A county puper is always most interesting when different Stanton witnessed for the fir.--t time in its history something that it never saw before, that of women coming to the polls and voting for Superintendent of Schools. Mrs. Same French Martin has the honor of being the first woman to vote in this precinct. There were fifty-siwomen that voted and every one cast their ballot for Mrs. Bohannan, thus showing to the men that they knew which way to cast a clean vote. There was much talk pro and con on the day of the Primary as to whether women should be allowed to vote. Some were r in denouncing their rights to say as to who should be superintendent over their children. As it is the mother who looks after the training of the children and gives her life of sacrifice am' devotion and love to their right bringing up, working and toiling from early morn till dusky twilight to make the home pleasant for them aiW wearing her life out mending, and cooking and housekeeping and ,i thousand other things for Iter children, with no thought of self or personal glory hut always thoughtful and willing to lay down her life if necessary for her children, shielding and protecting theiii. through life's stormy battles and forming their characters and shap-intheir lives that they might make splendid men and women, then why should she not be allowed to vote for that ollice which mostly concerns their early traiuing in the schoolroom. Hardly a groat man or woman but points to his or her mother and says that all they are and hope to be they rwe to thut mother. It has been clearly demonstrated that we men at times cannot pick out the best person to be ut the head of our school system and so the women of the country are demanding, and that right ly, that thoy be allowed to have ti say as to whom shall bo over lit r child while it is going to school. x bit-teg V THE TIMES. I'L'IIUSIIKI' KVJJKV GOOD WORK OF CANN1NS CLUBS THURSDAY. Subscription rates 81 a ear or three' ears in advance $:. Girls and ! Woman Taught to B. Unrghcr, I'ulilishcr. second-clas- Save Vegetables. AIDED BY THE GOVERNMENT. Kntcicd ns s mnfl mutter. l!ti;i many mothers and Interested lioubc-keepers came nnd brought their din- ' "X7- ncrs so tliey might get the beneUt ol all tho work that wns done. Wagons, After the flrnt lot of tomatoes bad $47.00 and up . been put through the ennner by the t, 1 urn,ng P!ow c 28'95 n n bl.llky expert In forty minutes the girls were thorouglily tntcrented and continued , Fitchcr Purrps, .86 " n the work, It wns rcmarknblo how . 1p,,.,,,., n I An it UII.US, ,UU . . I. 1 if iiiai .1... mint wuuii Willi live k'is "a busy ns beavers. As one Aid fiirmei icauy mixed mouse raints i.u ual, - son, so they were bought In the clfj find taken to the hcuooIuoubcs wuerj tne cluls woro to meet. IIomIUom th girls who were members of the clubs. 'A' New Way in Merchandising. J"' ATTRACT! YE PRICES. $2 .45 up Disc Grain Drill. Check Rower Com Planter. 28.35 " Double Shift Riding Cultivator 27.50 Best Mowing Machine on 34.85 the market, 50c per square Felt Roofing, Gasoline Engines, I riiiirsdav, August in-lo- CLUU HATES. For the convenience of we have arranged with the following papers mentioned : Tlie 'I'imes and Courier-Journ- al plant fewer tomnto vines, for I have Top Buggies, more tomatoes than we can use nnd i Experts Furnished to Give Instruction give away. But I don't believe I'll cut In Scientific Canning While Kentucky them down In number this year If the Sl'IK our club intes Agricultural Department Loans Mod- girls can do tho work this fast. I've at prices ern Outfits Women Are Also Showing Interest In the Work. sub-eriber- s, ri'?S " ... top BUe8;M. ao.ss 30.95 UP $27.50 up. jroit l'UICEH A2V1 CATALOCiUES. The garden behind each and every 1.00 farmhouse produces each summer " Cincinnati Enquirer 1. 10 more vegetables than the family ;uu Louisville Herald 90 use. When winter comes the farmer " Home and Farm 75 and his family have to buy cauned " Inland Farmer .75 tomatoes, peas, corn and beans at the I ' American Farmer 00 cross roads store. The (Jills' Canning clubs that the Southern Afjrieultiiribt United States government Is developing in nine counties in Kentucky this The world is growrng b tier, summer are part of n huge movement to politically, tit least. When the nnd check this huge loss in fine food mnuey that totals millions annuallenders of our nation Wilson, ly. Besides the saving In money there I'oosevell, Hiyun, Folk and ma- Is another point which Is commonly ny others ure outspoken advo- overlooked. In canning vegetables that are home grown the hottsewlfo Is sure cates of temperance and enemies she has a llfst class article. That the work muy be done In the of alcohol yon can be sure that the United the rank file will heed their ad best possible manner,furnishing ex13 o'uannon's CANNING CliUlI. Stotes government Is vise iiinl refrain from permitting perts to demonstrate this home can- - Just been figuring on It a little bit. and II this little canner that'll set mi top ol the sale of liquor as u beverage. n one buruer gasoline or con I oil stove When the women ate allowed will can sixteen quarts of tomatoei to vote in every enlightened s every of an hour. Thai Is 'JUS quarts In n ten hour tiny." tate which is an early probabil"Yes," remarked one of the house ity, we feel doubly sure that the keepers, "and the great beauty of ii Is arch-enemat human happiness with the tempera tare you can Ket it me of these ennners. you ran run any and society will be put to rout thing and be sure of Its being perfect and the American nation take ly sterile. You don't have to use any the forefront in every good and thing with beans, for Instance, but i pinch of salt nnd a little water. glorious work. Harrodsburg "Well, It took n long time to get thi Leader. old mothers In this pnrt of the country This sounds good and is good to use thermometer to test their creati before churning, and I reckon It'll tnki hut Wilson and Bryan should some time to gethctn to use moderi cut loose from the Rum-soake- d ennners with thenflbmeters so they wU influences of Senator Ollie M. be certain of results In canning." three-quartery M rs. J. W. Williams. Did it Ever Occur to You That an account with a Clean, Strong Piogressive Bank gave you a considerable prestige in the business world? Accounts of all sizes welcomed by the Clay City National Bank, CLAY CITY, KENTUCKY. lames. he Times likes the new primary. Some want the laws it amended. We do to. We want it so amended that the women can vote in all parts of it. 'I gov-erniti- SPOUT SPRING. g Hush! Listen Here! Money 9-- CANNI.NO cluu at valley station. nlng work. The state agricultural deSome pretend to be dissatisfied partment Is loaning each of tho nine We ure glad to note I lint Mrs. counties a home canning outfit, and with the workings of the the counties themselves are furnishing Marion McKinney is much better but more are dissatisfied Interested teachers, parents nnd wide than we were able to report last with the work it did for them. awake country girls to form the clubs. week. In Jefferson county clubs have been at Valley Station, It is a mean man that' will developed Oknloua. During O'Ban-non'- s Vernon Christopher left, yesand the lattei smoke ten cent cigars and then part of Muy the government expert terday for Middletwn, Ohio, cut down his children's milk gave three demonstrations. Of course where he will join his brother, there were no ripe totnutoes or beans bill. bus been a resident In the country that early In the sea Delbert, who pri-mary, Elder George W. Mcintosh was in Lexington last week. Mr. and Mrs. Mail in Curtis, of Winchester, were here. this week visiting relatives. Train of Business Rolling Down the Track of Time. made is Money Saved. of the Buckeye state for some time. Everybody is going to THE BLUE GRASS FAIR 6 Big Days and Nights, commencing W. L. Byrd, our hustling cal tie trader, was at Richmond Mon day where he disposed of a large drove of cattle. lie left Wednes day morning for the mountains again where he will buy another bunch of tho bovine tribe for the Mt. Sterling next August 18th. Beware, of Ointments for Catarrh that Contain flercury. as mercury will surelyNk-strothe senee of bmell and completely the whole system when ende-ran- Ladies' $3.50 Trimmed Hats for $2.50 ' 6c per yard Simpson Calicoes, 25c " " Best Sheeting, (i 72 Gingham 10c " Crash Towling, . 4 1-- Poplin, Best Pique . White and Tan Linen, . 20c 25c 25c " " " ii Monday, August America's Greatest SpYr 11. Show. H orse tering it through tho mucous sur- For next 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. faces. Such articles should never $20,000 in Premiums 6 Big Saddle Horse Stakes he used except on prescriptions f C,asS Running and Harness Races Daily from reputable physioUns, as the datuugo they will do is ten fold to the good you cun possibly derive from them. Hall's Caturrh Cure, Band Grand Opera Company manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O., contains no mer High Vaudeville, cury, tnd in taken internally, uct- - LOWE & CROWE, Rosslyn Merchants. Liberati's Concert Class and Every Turn a Headliner. ing directly upon theTJlood and mucous 6ufaces of the system. In buying Hull's Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine. It is taken Hverjbody from Everywhere You may see all the rest internally and made in Toledo, Mike to the blue Grass Pair But come to Lexington to get the Best. Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co. Testlmonhls free. REDUCED RATES ON ALL ROADS. Sold by Druggists. Price 75o. per bottle. Tor Catalog or Further Information Address Take Hall's Family Pills for con- JOHN W. BAIN, Scc'y. Lexington Ky. tipation. "WE USE" DANIEL BOONE AXLE GREASE WX VIA Free Acts Daily. And don't have to greate but once a week. Made In Kentucky by CHAS. C. STOLL OIL CO. Lexington, Ky. The primary in Owsley county Don't forget tho meeting in was not quiet as in other coun the Eaton grovo Sunday ties. Three were killed on olec tion day. Found Pair of sandals and A HOME-MAPAPER. Several of the "saints" from stockincs near depot. Owner this county are in attendance at can have same by identifying the sanctified camp meeting at them and paying charges. THURSDAY, August 7, 1913 Geo. Winchester. Morris. Profs. J. D. Falls and Walter A mad dog pissed through LOCAL BREVITIES. Head, of Fordsville, Ohio conn town Monday creating something ty, have arrived to teach the Clay The hospital fair is in session City School, which will begin of a scire. It was shot at three times but made its escape to the at Winchester this week. some timo during this month. THE TIMES. DE It. Mrs. A. E. Sams, of Clark Olabe Board had 270 on his county, spent a few days with list with direct promises, so he relatives in the city the first of says. He got 64 votes. There week. fore, according to the figures, as Black would say, their are Sam Mcintosh, of Stewarts-ville- , Prof. at least 212 liars in Mercer Mo., is visiting the family county. Hnrrodsburg'Leader. of Albert Crow, on Hardwick's One of the closest, races of the Creek. primary was in the contest for Little Fannie May Shimfessel State Senator in left yesterday for a visit to her district. The re sister, Mrs. S. D. Hall at Lex ports from Winchester say Clay ins ton. was nominated over Hadden by one vote, but a Mt. Sterling re The extreme dry weather con- port says Clay's majority will be tinued until this morning when six votes upon the official count. a refreshing, though inefficient Roasting ears in the field by shower shower fell. August election were realized by Mrs. Julia WicklifTe Beckham, most of our farmer friends Satmother of former Governor J. C. urday. The early corn, however, W. Beckham died at Bardstown, is all the hopes for crops unless it rains more, as the late planted last week. corn in these parts cannot yield Saturday's primary was hard anything without more rain pret luck on Kentucky's Representa- ty soon. 1 he extreme hot weath tives seeking renominatinn, as er has also cooked some of the only seven succeeded in getting top blades on the corn in many fields. through the primary. Bourbon-Mont-gomery-Cla- Representative R. Y. Thomas, Miss Jennie Littlcpage, of Lou isville, is visiting old friends in Jr., of the flrd Congressional (lis trict, cut a House doorkeeper the city. with a knife in an altercation at Mr. and Mrs. Jas. G. Enstcr, of a Washington hotel. Both were known as "tetter" county drinking. McRoberts, visited e another name for eczema. Seems the Inst of the week. The Way of skin-diseas- of Indian It kills and removes tbn norms, improves your child's apptitc. reguwas in town Tuesday. Fields, lates stomach, liver and bowels. Mr. and Mrs. Owen Patrick, of The symptoms disappear and your Kimbrell, spent over Sunday child is made happy nnd healthy, as nature intended'. All druggist with relatives in the city. or by mail, 2.ic. Mothersl Have Your Children Worms? Ivicka,oo Indian MedHuu Com puAre they feverish, restless, nerv- ny Philadelphia. Pa. St. Louis, ous, irritable, dizzy or constipated? Mo. Adv. Do they continually pick their nose PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. or grind their teeth? Have they cramping pains, irregular i.nd ravenous appetite? These are all Services 'im and 4th Sabbath of country. each month. Bigns of worms. Worms not only Suffered Eczema Fifty Years-- No Prayer Meetings, Welnesday even cause your child sulienng, but w Well. ings. Blunt its mind and growth. Give Seems a long time to endure the "Kiekapoo Worm Killer" at once. Chas. G. Mann, Pastor. awful burning, itching, smarting, J. W. Mcintosh, jn-th- e to realize, also, that DR. HOBSON'S ECZEMA OINTMENT has proven a perfect cure. Mrs. D. L. KVnney writes: "I cannot sufficiently express my thanks to you for your Dr. Hobson's Eczema Ointment. It has cured my tetter, which has troub led me for over fifty years." All druggists, or by mail 50c. PFEIFFER CHEMICAL CO, St. Louis, Mo. Philadelphia, Pa. - good When in Need of Builder's Hardware, Cabinet Mantles, Grates, Tiles, STANTON STANTON, COLLEGE, KENTUCKY Cooking or Heating Go to or Write Stoves, Opens August i8th, 1013. One of the Best Schools in Kentucky. Minister Praises this Laxative Rev. H. Stubenvoll, of Allison, la., in praiaing Dr. King's New Life Pills for constipation, writes : "Dr. Kings Nmv Life Pills are such perfect pills no home should be without them." No better regulator for tle liver and bowels. Every pill guaranteed. Try them. Price 25c. at all dealers. Adv. Class A High School. Students given full credit at Normals, Colleges and University. Large per cent, of students get first- class certificates. Tuition $2.00 per month. Board at dormitory as low as $1 50 per week, with The Best Pain Killer work. Scholarship for poor boys Bucklen's Arnica Salve when ap and girls Wrte immediately plied to a cut, bruise, sprain, burn tor our limited or scald, or other injury of the skin will immediately remove all SPECIAL FIFTY DOLLAR OFFERI pain. E. E. Chuinherlain, of Clinton, Me. says: It robs cuts und Rev. J. C. Han ley, Pres., As other injuries of thdr terrors Stanton, Ky. a healing remedy its equal don't exist " Will do good for you. Only 2oo. at all dealers. Adv. :3 ft CAPITAL STOCK. 3100,000 3 ft SUHPLUSANDUN- - Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, Winchester, - Ky. HARD WICK & COMPANY i m & (W J Come to Our Store And let us show you we carry. THIS jS j Winchester Bank. OV. WlNOIIHTKIl, ;3 Ky. what a nine linn of goods Our stock of Dry Goods, Xoiionr, U N.HOLI.T WlTUI91HlOOK, PlCKH. Vv O AHlIU'.lt. It. Spiiaii, JJ Clearance S8 8, 1 We will soil at greatly redueed prices during this t Groceries, Hardware, Clothing, Shoes and etc. replete with P YOUR ACCOUNTS SOL,IOITI2I M 1 Variety, Style and Quality. THIS COMUINKI) WITH OUR J tJvkool ..H...I... now - niunmunu.ni. A Training FltniMitrr Hfcl it vI 40 Sale tbe following: botli Suits and Odd Punt-- .Men's and Hoy?' (. uitliitiu hi fJS School for Teachers fnuriiatUftilluzt of Keutuokj, m tourcft uti , Men's Mats (Jueeii wn.ilit l'un-s " low cut Shoes fur Women, in both O.xfonU and o. Walk-Over Low Prices Make it to your inteiest to give us a good slmre of i. iiutl tiJiiml. Bt Di.tlUtl trallllllJ blllMIl 9 . will K. rictlc..hool,d Prlriinlfflcullii. T'tm U f.iulTO.1 f ?in.lia. lion.l KoPi Inn. l"j 7hl.,', T'"" tint Trnn ml' J"y lmhor, I"U Juw I ?. KnuHh Trru April T. BumnK' dwidu.. id itni'i mr Coum-l- Tuftlitn I rr. A r low cut Slines for .Men. and nil Wu have th new, popular and up wa.--h e l)iv.s tilings arc" R.l .loods. in all ttitee lines. To you jivymi an idea ot in cuts we lo y.iitr trade. aui-- o We .trivu to please our customers ! making, will yiv soum prices. .Men's and we knmv satisfied customers arc our best assets. Yours to please, 2qne Of BOURDON POULTRY Suits nnd Odd I'an"s 'it1? to M .V), Women's to Mats at IS 'tt, .Men. ontf ai in tU.O 11 4.l)u O.xl'.uds and Pumps at SI! .5(1 ;!.()(), i'.i.M ones at S'J.iiD, S.'J.UO .,., S.'t.itti, val-li- .Men's 85.00 low cuts at ones at .$i.(!0; 10n to I i W. aril, n '20o , ti mid W one. .it v walt Diess Cloods, 'iw per aid v.dmv liV t WALDRON & JOHNSON, Cl'HE H at lSe per l.j m To. Waltersville, Ky. down a chlck'g throat cure caws. A lew drop tl'c drinking water curesla nJ prevents cbolern, dlaribuea and othercblck diseases Cue Wc bottle makes 13 gallons of medicine At all druggists. Sample and booklet on'DI-case- s ot Fowls" eent I'ltilE. Bourbon values at 11c, values ut mie Rimedy Co. lulsftn.'Ij Hardwick & Co., Stanton. high rates to help m in this en- ing bothered by them. terprise. .Then I solicited ftiuds I thank you very much for the MEDICAL BOQKS! from friends throughout the considerable space that I luiye Prcbably at sorno time or other, a country. Any deficiency came used in your paper. smooth book agont has tried to sell out of my. owii pocket. THURSDAY, August This you "a doctor book." Generally (t Is, Very sincerely yours, year, wo oiler to keep the stua big, heavy volume, with tho name J. C. Han ley, of physicians In distant cities on the, dents for $1.50 per week. You President Stanton College. title page, and a big, heavy prlco set Stanton, Ky., July 29rli, 101. year. may count up yourself what a on It. Tho agent will tell you that by Editor Clay City Times, All local running expenses, mint of money will be 'made by Many men become the center a little study ot Its pages, you can alyou, Clay City, Ky. such as janitor, fuel, etc., the keeping boys and girls for $1.50 of the universtf by standing still ways tell Just what alls drug Just what store, and medicines to get at the Dear Sir: College pays. Where does the per week for room and JmunL a id letting everything go 'round Just what doses to take. So you will . . i t ... iikc i woumi ii to nave space in money come from for these ex- Of course we are helped in this him. save nil doctors' bills. It you buy the your valuable paper to mak penses? Let me show you. I also by, the garden. book, yru put yourself among that To start things, coining your class of fools from vhom the sharper some statements in regard to have an ugreemeut with our Colrich and easy of the world make Last year we needed a physi way, go Stanton College. 1 am informed lege Board to put into this work after Mi em. v.ns. that several erroneous and false each year a sum of money equal cal laboratory in order to meet statements and being circulated to the combined salary of all the the requirements of the High STATGAtGNT OF THE OWNERSHIP, nANAQEflENT, CIRCULATION, ETC , through the county, for political teachers, both cur own and the Schools of the. A Class. We let of Cltiy City Times, publishe.1 weekly at Clay City, required bv the matter be known. We got and other reasons. the Act of August 2i, 1912. public school teachers. When 1 the money. Where? From . Buf in me ueginning, let me say know the names of the teachers NAM K OF rroT otTicK amhikss. alo, N. Y.- - I furnish dozens of that Stunton College is taking and the amount ir salary, sch'olars with scholarships to pay Editor, J. E. Burgher, ,Clay City,'X.v no part whatever, never has and I notify our College Board that I Managing Editor. J. E. Burgher, Cluy City: Ky. tuition. never will, in the political af will require thut amount of mon-eBusiness Malingers, J. E. Burgher, Clay City, Ky. Who gets most benelit from fairs of Stanton or Powell Coun to carry on the work. The Publisher, J. E. Burgher, , Clay City, Ky. . . ... tir ue are not concerned in Board sends this ju monthly in- this school arrangement? Per IT .. i.v. those matters, and any one who stallments. In addition, we col- haps some one asks why the Col ivnown nominoKiers, mortgagees, and other security holders. Iiolding J. per cent, or more of total amount of bonds-- , mortgages, uses Stanton College, whether lect a tuition fee from normal lege is willing to continue this or ot.hei securities : lor or against the College, to scholars and other scholars not arrangement? Simply and sole None. further his political ambitious is belonging to- the Stanton School ly because the College is meet I. E BUKOHEl!. Pub'r. doing it at the exDense1 of de District. Occasionally we give ing i lie purpose tor wlucn it was Sworn to and subscribed before me this 28th day of July, HMD. ceivirig the citizens of the coun an entertainment, as the Gold established, namely, giving to ADDISON T. WHITT, Notary Public, Powell County, Ky. the young people of this section iMedal Contest at Commencement My Commission expires January'lOth, 1014, of the State one of the best Stanton College was started time to pay the Commencement to ue lound auywnere in some live years ago, by the Home expenses. I advance to all teach- scnoois Mission Board of the United ers eacli inonMi a sum equal to the State. We could rrduee ex nenses more than enough to off Presbyterian Church, for the their salary. This becomes set the amounts of public funds beneut of the young people of loan to the public school teach Powell and surrounding coun ers- who pay it back when they paid to teachers, if this arrange But ties. It is maintained today bv draw their salaries from the ment were discontinued. we do not want to reduce ex the same Board for the same pur State Fund. This makes it "want to givt the pose. great deal more convenient for pen&es. We . ii very best school advantages pos .. oittiiiou oouege is not a mon the teachers than to wait as long sible. Aud we want the young e.v maitiug lusnrutiou in any as they sometimes are compelled people to take advantage, of these sense of the word. It has never to do. This year the last State opportunities. In this Stanton paid expenses. It never wil rjavment to the public schoo pay expenses. Those who estab teachers using our College build College will find its reward. In may lisliert the school do not expect inn was not paid until June. It tne little good tne College be to this section, those who sup it wsl ever pav expenses. They was due in February. port the Collegfc will get their. Some Beautiful New do not even hope that it might In the above, 1 have .indicated return. Stanton College wil pay expenses. ever very completely the only con pay a cent; in financial div Let me say, and say very em nection our Stanton College has never idends. But Stauton College phatically, tint Stanton College with public money, which is ab has already paid and will con that are bound to please. Our line of The Stanton is not supported by the tax pay- solutelv none. tinue to pay heavy dividends in Pow ell Count v. When School Board has jo far.chc ers of improved conditions of life un the College was located at Stan teachers who were acceptable to which young peeple of Pow ton, the Trustees of the Stanton the College. Some times I have der ell Conuty and the surrounding Graded School District made ar suggested the names of teachers may grow up. Those rangements to have the use of to the Board. At other times countrv who are putting money into this the College property for their they have acted entirely withont should be seen to be appreciated. Come in and let us fit enterprise do not consider that school purposes. Under this ar suggestion from me. This has it is wasted. If, they did think you up ready for the summer weather with goods that are both rangeinent, the local board elect made our relations agreeable and so, they would have a much their own teachers, pay the sal- pleasant. Had the teachers not stylish and cool. We have our usual large full store and can poorer opinion of the people of ary of their own teachers, have been acceptable to the College this section than they have. certainly please you. entire control of their own teach ainhorities, we had the privilege They cast their bread upon the ers, and not one cent of the pub of withdrawing from the ar hoping that after many lie money has ever gone into the rangeinent, as had also the local waters, days it will return to them not treasury of the College. Fur board if the teachers we placed iti im mer, under this arraugement, in tne worn diu not suit tnem in dollars and cents, but proved opportunities for these the public school pupils of the All our teachers hold first class Stanton District have had the or State certificates or are Col young people, and in better Maybe the supporters privilege of attending school to lege Graduates. may not realize the full return the teachers employed by the I wish to tell some other things College Board. This has given that Stanton College has done soon, but they are not worryin qvor that. Their investments the Stunton District the advau- for young people of this region will come back to them surely as tage of the services of six to eight Shortly after coming here, some a- teachers, while paying for the three years ago, I saw the need the waves of eternity wash gainst the throne of God services of but one or two. This of dormitory accommodations. So, dear people of Powell has made it possible for the We had no money to use for such County, we do not usk of you Stauton Graded School Board to purpose, with the consent ot maintain their school teaching our College Board, I purchased any financial support, public or Whatever you may force by the payment of the property to use for home for private. taking other medicines. I decided to feel disposed to give, will be Majority ef Friends Thought Mr. of money provided by the teachers and such pupils as may take his advice, although I did not have State iuud, while getting the come to 6CHOOI. in buying this joyfully received and used 'for Hughes Would Die, But any confidence in it. We benefit-- ' of a corps of teachers property, our board instructed the increase of the work. I have now been taking Helped Him to which cost five to six t.mes as me that I might use any of the ask of you to accept what we for three months, and it has cured me much money. The rental paid old subscriptions made to the have to give, which is not dollars Recovery. by the Stanton Graded School College at the time of its estab- - and cents, but simply the oppor haven't had those awful sick headaches Board is the keeping up of the ishment and remaining unpaid. tunity we lay before you. Young since began using It. ordinary repairs on the property, tried to collect some of these, people, accept thut and you help Pomeroyton, Ky. In Interesting ad I am so thankful for what which in the past three years but out of 60ine $050.00 remain Stunton 'College to fulfill her vices from this place, Mr. A. J. Hughes has done for me." has amounted to less than $150 ing unpaid, I got just $25.00. So mission. writes as follows : "I was down with Thedford's has been less than $50 per year rental for put up my own savings us se In closing, Mr. Editor, my at tire U60 of a $20,000 property. curity for the payment of the tention has been called to u stomach trouble for five (5) years, and found a very valuable medicine for deAnd about $100 of this wus for price of the properties bought statement nmdo by your Stan would have sick headache so bad. at rangements of the stomach and liver. It the sinking of a well. for dormitories. Whatever has ton Correspondent in a recent times, that I thought surely would die. Is composed of pure, vegetable herbs, Now, about the Iligh School been paid on this, I havo solic issue to tho oireut that, StunI tried different treatments, but they contains no dangerous Ingredients, and Department : The Stanton School ited from friends. ton College would leave Staji-todid not seem to do me any good. acts gently, yet surely. It can be freely District is u High School Disif the kuocKers'did not luy In this dormitory last year we I got so bad, I could not eat or sleep, used by young and old, and should be trict, and the County Superin- kept six boys and girls who did down their hammers. I can.givo and all my friends, except one, thought I kept In every family chest. tendent pays to the Stunton not pay one cent. We allowed assuranco that such is not the High School Board a tuition for them to do what work they case, btanton College 16 not would die. He advised me to try Get a package today. the of sending the coun could. Teuchers all paid extra bothering its knockers nor be' Thedford's and emit Only a quarter. i4i THE TIMES. ty high school pupils to the StanIn turn the ton High School. Stanfon School Board pays this high school tuition toward the HU3 support of their teachers, which enables the Stauton School to 'fun nine mouths during the 1 T I I of-the- , y ill - - Let Us Show You Some of Our New GOODS. . ReadytoWear Suits Dress Goods Lawns, Percales, and other citi'-zenshi- SHIMFESSEL'S. TROUBLE FOR - STOMACH FIVE YEARS 0e Black-Draug- ht 1 , Black-Drau- ght Black-Draug- ht 1 ; n, Black-Draug- CELEBRATION IN LOUISVILLE KCNTUCKY METROPOLIS WILL COMMEMORATE INCIDENTS IN WAR OF 1312. How Can They Get to School? of .several schools the tnougti it settled the whole mat-- j ter for all time to come. There Is nn almost universal feeling ngalnst consolidation In many rurnl districts. There Is a feeling that the children should get to school as their parents and grandparents did. In SfiVnrnl sort Inn a I. .nnanlliltitoil oiuvuin I.n..n t i -- v.............. .t.ii..- - , . mnu UHluullSnCU 111 this Rtate (and there are many such sections at this writing) the pupils go of the consolidation XAT "BNBVBR any ono spenka nsKea, ns muuvc quusuou i8 once asic ' mm. I MILLS fur I'l'iclicii i K.L.OU ANUNEXPECTEDGUEST nr ilium1!' i J ai ill t'lijny i' tint I'lnf i.--- tiiiil ir l i1' !' I il-ui- l'iv.i-II i miiile from tin-- Pearl In.ivi.'s made I'toiii tln ECBE3 YEARS OF PEACE 1m'Ii .r ulc o.i Battles Which Kentucklans Won and Mtasscrcs in Which They Suffered Will Ee Reproduced In Fireworks and Shams on Land and Vater. s celebration, which dtx'lcre will be the greatest and mo3t spectacular In the history of celebrations In America, will be held hi tho Kentucky metropolis for fcvcii days, commencing September 2'J, and will be the climax of a series of celebrations held In a dozen lal.e cities, to commemorate the sufferings and victories of American arms In the War of 1812 as well as to focus attention on the achievements of a century of peace. The crucial and decisive engagement of the War of 1M2 was the battle of tho Thames, fought and won on Canadian so'l October 5, 1813. The series of celebrations, which will be held In America will close In Louisville, October f, 1!U3, and Just one hundred j curs from tho hour that Col. Hlchard .' .lohn-toafterward Vice Presided . the Pnlrsd States, slew the Indlni ehlef Tecumseh, President Woodrow Vwlfon will probably be addressing a crowd of 100,000 people In Louisville, the home of many of the troops who lu the battle of the Thames. Kentucky was assigned the closing rtid choice date of the celebration because of the distinguished part played by the Kentucklans In the War of 1812. Kentucky began to play her (.art in the generation before the war (i cned, whtn she sent Gen. George J Clark and other Louisville Into the hostile wilderness which they wrested from the French Indians and out of which was art-- i i waid carved the great States of Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Wisconsin and Miehiean. Kentucky wi.i the last state which could have benefited from the war, inasmuch as it was brought about chiefly by the British impressment of American seamen, none of whom were Kentucklans, whereas should war prevail the unfriendly Indians on the frontier of the border states could be expected to commit atrocities from v k'.ili Ken.ifky had' already received the name "1 ark' and Woody Ground." uwover, it was chiefly Henry Clay, In i.e kciiiuck.v congressional ueicga- t iM thai lorccd President Madison to deciarn the second war with Gical Ihltatn, and Kentucky furnished forty per cent of 1'cr lighting population to go Into that war, and at the closo .' the v.ar of the listed dead more Can eighty per cent were the names of Kcntucidans. Kentucky troops to man were massacred at the Wver P'sln and Hgaln at the first attack ..i Port Meigs. When the time came to man Perry's ii :v, hewn shlp3, he selected Kentitck-I.ni- t. umiccmtomed to the motion of t'. hikes to mount Into the Insecure r.;.'ging and from that vantage potut, I i h their practiced eye and mien x n, fired duwn upon the Hritish and cn I'M battle of Lal.e Kile. Pino- ! I tvciy oliiier i.m! solder lu the 1 aic of iiu Iham.'i was a Keiiruck-1- . a. exec,.' :tig al ue (Sen. Wlllia'ii .' 'iiry Hiiirl.cii. who, however, held itir me line, liu'lit. white ll'i vor and a ysitinfy- be in.iik' on lliu it iirciid ili it I ( vvftli sweet, inl'f-.tr- butter) tlniir K - niM'lc from i A wcoVs Louis-vidian- Made by J. ANDREW CAIN, Versailles, The McCorroick Mower The old true and tried Machine that does the Work and does it Right. GOINa TO CONSOLIOATKI) SCHOOL IN MASON COUNTY. :ick and rotta to school on the Intcnii lan cars. Naturally, this plan Is a very eat succeaa), In other seetieiis where there are no trolley lines wagons are M'd. Some of these wagons me built to accommodate ay many as twenty illdren, to that the eMt of transportation per child Is not great after the nginni investment in tiie wiii:i is taken nut. loo expansive,' some one says Well, that depends on what you mean Price for the Season, ' $43. , . n, l -- 1 THANKPOKTATtON TO CllKKNIULE SCHOOL. FAYETTE CO. expensive. It may co.-- t a lltt.e nunc money to get the children to and froJi chonl. but there will lie fewer euM: urn! coughs to coiitend with. There WtU U- - few-- ' r t lil.iiren .e'l"ii in t.i-im tulles bec iiM' they could not get to school en ccir'.mt if the we.illicr. It Is it leisl worth hmkluj luto. especially ns soma In H- i- stiie ur.i tr iis:i tittluii u.th great success and aft ,!' - this Machine together with Rakes, and all other Farm Machinery of the International We sell Harvester Company manufacture. ! I li' ; o.,es by lo.ooo costu.no. "k00' children will be held in the P.rst Itcgiment Armory; a mammo h reception will be given to the descend-ent- s of Kentucky soldiers and sallois of the war of 1812, and a series of costumed balls will be given In the.r honor. Exceedingly low railroad rates, piobably as low as one c&ut per mile. from a distance of several hundred miles of Louisville, will be granted and efforts are being made to t?ciiro to other Kentucky points rates from LoutsWIle tor the week immediately following the celebration, to enable I'oiiiur Kentucklans who return home to visit the celebration, to visit also tlicir old Kentucky homes. H. G. HALF FARE RATES TO FAIR Do not fall to vi&'t ine Dlue Crass Fair at Lexington the week of Aug. 11 to 16. One faro rates will prevail on all railroads In Kentucky. Every afternoon and evening, beginning Sunday, Aug. 10, there will be magnificent band conceits, with high class vocalists In a grand sacred concert. A now staudaid will be set for fair music. Heretofore wo have been con tent to hear iuhtrumeutal concerts Interspersed with some ronownod solo- Go., Oabf see &City, Ky. Clay .1 'ii Stop, Look and Listen. Gome spend your rr onay vvrHi at3 Get what you pay for in amositiv a?:d quiiHiy. We at'e ilsHu fha rnos Giosranee Sn5e cv ei known in ihe history oi' out' c.omv ivy lo oli. The foSSovving at'ticicjs IVlana-y-IVStikin- 9?'- VISITING A NURSES Is ! lutuiiiu.'MM as from le.'tiFlatuie. '1 he charge c i lie foiioiu :top!. about the Lu'iuf- ', iiicst t wilile a. d moist heroic 1 Mu.ioi-Geii'r- t;.' lu';'ucJ(.v j I visiting nurse l; tho annals oi war-- I to. com-.- , ml e.cluslvt.ly of Ken- ti.cliy soldier when utnetecu of th?m Mid their twenty hoiscs went down It was the Kciito ceitu n ti't-:-.shaip'l wdeiH who avo cinlHed thy battle of New v.ith lwn.ii; alter the wur had In reality closed. Kentucky propoFej to repioduce I cist of tlicae teencs of the war of 3 '2 JilU- l.ouIsl!lu cclelnatluti. Tho tattle ot the 'i names will be icpio-disceon laud lu I'hmoliee Paili, hituatcd similar to tho lund on winch was fou'ilii the battle of the Thames, and every detail of the .liam battle will be as nearly historically collect as can be done. Loiilbviib will take advantage of her maguWlcoiit river fioutagu In oidc to ccicLiuto suitably tho battle of Luke Kile Tho actual batt'e will be depicted in i Kurgcous elite, rilniiieiit of llrewriks and all morning and ull afternouii pieceillng the engagement there will be boat races, life saving feats n::J aquatic sports. A hlstorlcul pugeuut, depicting various scenes of the war of 1812 will also Inc'ude a iimgnlflceiit tloial paradu, such ns made Louisville famous a year ego. npd will Include civic and ml'itury parades many miles In length. l)iill, uuiriueil lu . d , I novice, and tucli assistance or service its 8lle (a" 'ndcr In a bhort time. Of a visiting nurse Is unable to ' l''nd enscs of such highly infect'eus discuses aa scarlet fever in the c.curat (1 hr-tegular duties. She is under the orders of tho physician and Is not allowed to make glaguoses. One such nurse can relieve agreat deal of dls-- , tress; but It Is ruthor a harder tusk to provent disease than to cure it. Wlien, for liibtance, she goes to look after one case of consumption in a family, phe wa'ches the other members of tho household carefully In order to see whether or not there arc others Just coming down with tho disease. She visits patients during the period of convalescence to guard against a relapse or the catching ot some other disease. She educates the families of her patients regarding what to do for tho patient and how to take caro of themselves so as to avoid the same disease. Thore are at present few visiting nurses In Kentucky. Wouldn't you like to have ono In ycur community? Wouldn't It bo wonh a little of ycur money every mouth for her support? Kentucky Tuberculosis Commission I with a special experience, gumiorlcd by tho city, or county, or some char- Itable organization, who devotes her t !'ie to visiting the sick, giving them a trained nurse lon Eon, n they !ast, which can'l be. t.ie reduced prices we a:c T.'In.n.ccl Hats at $3.00 Ladies' 2.00 Gents' Lou- $!.50 .S5 2. 75 cut Shoes $3.50 3.25 's5 2-00 2.60 1.60 Ladles' THE GREAT LIBERATI. Ists lu choice selections, but LlberaU Introduces a sextette, and, my. how they make the furthermost nook and cranny of the amphitheater echo with tue marvelous and ever fre3li strains from "Lucia," "II Trovntore," "CavHardly ha il. en," "Marthuet." etc. Insinuating sextette been sflle-w.irn forth troops u perfect obeiiso m truirt'ets and trombone players, and. w tli Ltberati hluiH'lf lead'n-- ; the vi'ii. uch outbursts of harrrcny ori n " o'teu heard. It Is not tho usual blat rut, noisy demonstration ot a brass choir, but a musically effective comii'imtlon, swelling In great sounds mi il a startling climax Is attained. l - " 1.35 We sell i or Gash and Exchange for Proj duce only. WM ADAMS Xena, Ky. & SON, ? A State Wide Invitation Monster Barbecue to Be Given by J. N. Camden at Versailles, Aug. 20, 1913 meeting of farmers nnil tliclr friends who nro Interested in the advancement of Kentucky In to be held that every one In the may become acquainted nnd "nib elbows" with his neighbors and friends. It Is to bo a great fanners' convention, n place where, besides the "getting together." there will be spoil kers who really have something to Kti.v ti the tueii who cut their living from the soil. In the past n barbecue, with Its huge joints of smoking juicy meat and Its bubbling "teaming burgoo, meant political specchmnklng and a warming of party spirit. This Immense barbecue Is a definite effort to give tho farmers of the state n chniice to meet and get acitiatnted and to hear some of tho strongest speakers In the whole country discuss vital farm questions. These speakers u 111 be brought to the tuoetttitr front the north, south, cast and west, and, as they are to be limited to thirty minutes each, they will be sure to send their messages home In (ptlck. short sentences. The list of speakers is about com- - destined fo help feed" the hungry crowd on Aug. 20T The woods pasture, with Its gin nt oaks, poplars, walnuts and stately elms, Is an Idcul placo to handle the 30.000 people who are expected to bo the guests soil and makes it easy to work It improves any soil. The increnco in the value of the land is many times the cost of the tile. The first year's crop from tiled land pays for it. Any body can do the work successfully. Write for particulars or en at our plant. 11 THIS Red River Brick & Tile Company, STANTON, KENTUCKY. ' Trees! Trees! Trees! Fruit and Ornamental DESTINED TO HELP FEED THE HUNGRY CROWD. farm on the day ot the ha'rberrie. In oue end of this pasture there Is a it the perfect amphitheater for seating those'' who wish to hear the speakers and the baud concert which is to be provldedr&.-wThings are huppenlug In our dei3$ld state better schools are building, better roads are being laid, Cliatitumjoolmcctlngs for farmers are developing, ate now a barbecue to which an invitation is given to each nnd every person who believes in the welfare and the'Ktnre of the agriculture of the stato Is an assured ruct. Men of vision are dreaming of a new Kentucky a twentieth nil the agencies mentioned are bringing the dream Miitury Ivenrucky-ai- id closer each day. Dreams do come tbie. ? Strawberries, Shrubs, Hedging, Asparagus, Rhubarb, drapes, Roses, Peonies, Phlox, etc. Bver thine for Orchard, Lawn and Garden. NO AGENTS FREE C ATA LOO H.F. Hillenmeyer&Sons Lexington, Ky. Sou us for vuir sh Mrs .1 YV. pamlizcd four years ago Mrs. Susnii wants. W'elborn, Newburg, I ml. William". If it falls to relieve any pain in ary part of the body in fifteen minutes, ask for your money back. SOLD KY ALL LEADING OVER 66 YEARS- EXPERIENCE SHIPP'S QUICK-RELIE- F LINIMENT. I'his Is tin: liniment the people .are WHEEE THE BARBECUE WILL BE HELD. talking about. pleted and will be given In full in the next article, which will be published It is the most wonderful remedy for soon. Kentucky Is thoroughly aroused educationally, and this meeting is an relieving pain I have ever used. Capt; outgrowth of this great wave of enthusiasm. your corresK)iident visited the Camden farm, just outside of Ver- Anderson Berry, Lexington, Ky. When I used this liniment and the pain and sailles, a few days ago lie was shown the various points of interest that the like ma;(ic. soreness visitor might wish to Inspect. Competent men will be In charge of each farm Jailer W. disappeared Lexington, Ky. T. Ballenger, department so that questions by visitors may be answered quickly. For relieving aches and pains this In visiting the dairy barn, with Its carefully selected herd of seventy-flv- e Jlerseys. it was pleasing to note that the barn hud originally been used for liniment beats anything I ever saw. J. II. Letton, Lexington, Ky. J. N. CAMDEN. It is the only remedy I have found that has given inn any relief since I was . DIJUGGISTS. Farm Drain Tile Make Your Wet Land Productive. py field into the most productive spot on - your farm. Good tile. i hade turn that low, wet, useless, swam By the use of drain tile you car. Anrona tending a sketch and description mar nfilclv aanertAli, nur onlnton free whether en lurention la probably patentable, HANDBOOK on Patent! out free. Oldeat axener for securing patents. ratenta. taken toronan nunn Co. I iptcuu nonce, witnoai coerce, in ma Copyrights Ac. marks Designs Scientific flmericatte handioraelr Illustrated weetlr. IJintest circulation of an? eclentlSe journal. Terms, S3 a rear! roar monies, 1. ooia oraui newraeaiere. A Versailles. Kentucky properly placed, not only carries surplus water, it admits air to the off Branca ODce, B5 1 BU NewYqrk TO THE FARMERS OF KEUTUCTCYl ' For a quarter of a century the grout problems ot manufacturing and of transportation have been handled upon the advic of xierto--me- n whon accurate an scientific knowledge Pxtnd8 to the minutest points. In the past few years anl men ra"e realized that farming could he put upon the sane, haola--thinstead of helne of necessity a haphazard enterprise it is one of the moot scientific businesses in the world--thIt may be as accurate and as reliable as at nt RIGHT HERE. IS YOUR CHANCE. TO BUY THAT TYPEWRITER! Typewriter Talk by This is a a Typewriter Man to the Readers of The Clay City Times. straigM-from-the-Should- er -- those processes of nature upon which it depends. of has been realised also, t.hnt the principles which have worked out such great things in tho Industrial world, may be used with eijual effectiveness In the realms of agriculture. It aid In the rapid spread of treae ldens and ne to h a most useful and nobis work, and on In which I would gladly have a part in principles seeris to Kentucky. To with l.ils thought, I have decided to give and old fashioned barbecue at n hone in Woodford County, near Versailles, on Wednesday, August 20th. It will bo nry aim to have matters along the lines I indicated discussed by some of the great agricultural experts of tho country, and It will be my hope that this may glrm fresh impetus to the work in Kentucky for the farmers which Is already so well begun. Every Farmer, and every farmer's wife, and every interested In better farming, in the state, who fee a an interest in Increasing the rewards of agriculture, and in bettering the conditions of farm life, Is most cordially and urgently invited to be my guest on August 20th. This invitation la given in the spirit f good fellowship, and the desire to help, and all ' who accept It will be most warmly welcomed. Very sincerely, one No other typewriter built regardless of any claims made is the equal of the new Fox Visible Typewriter either in material used, or in workmanship, or in the number and convenience of its special features. There are many good typewriters being built and sold, but we claim for tho new Fox Visible Typewriter that it is better thnn the best of these, and that its automatic features combined cannot be found in any other typewriter. The New Fox is a typewriter that will meet with the approval of the most critical user. A single demonstration will convince you wo will make it at our expense, if you will permit us. unconsciously paying for a typewriter. Tho 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 the rain and cold you aro paying for the very thing that would liavo kopt you well and comfortable. Kcmcmber this and mark it well: You must pay pay pay for the necessities of tills life, whether you use them or not. of n typewriter or not, you have nn luiuwe uuu many limes over, ics sir, menu it ; every day you continue using the old, alow method of writing with a pen you are Whether you have had the use THIS IS THE NEW VISIBLE FtOX SENT ON FREE TRIAL, Express Paid. 'BETTER THAN THE BEST OF ALL OTHbRS." Look at the illustration of our New Fox Visible Typewriter, shown above, and compare it with any other typewriter you have ever teen or used. Here is a really VISIBLE typewriter note that the printing point is on top in plain sight, and that the type bars rise from where they are lying and strike the platen in full view of the operator, and in a direct line of vision, and that all of what you have written remains in full sight until thu paper is removed from tint typewriter. Compare this with those old style typewriters, that some linns are still advertising as visibles, but on which the printing point is beneath the typebars, and yun have to look down into them or between them to see what you have written Touch a key In the keyboard and you change the color of your writing instantly from black, bluo or purple to red. Press the Tabulator Key at tho left (in front) for paragraphing, writing the complimentary closing, ; backward for moves the At the right li'nisltig tobacco. It was not n show barn ut nil, but a thoroughly sanitary etc. also for all kinds of billing. punctuation. (in front) is our Back Space Key. Thinerase a wordcarriage letters and of three making corrections, or, putting in This key also enables the operator to on the cow end of the enterprise. Out in tho woods write one of with the emphasis four In its place. Press the Stencil Key shown at the left (front) for irnking stencils from which thou'stuie there were beyeral bunches of Oue sleek steers, some of which were sands of duplicate letters can be made. Four rows of keys reduce the (.liifting The right Shift Key locks automatically for writing in all caps. A positive automatic Line Lock prevei.ts jou from writing beyond a predeterone-third. mined line. The Tlbbon travels in a "zig-zag- " line not Mni'ght across from spool to spool as on others thus using all of tho ribbon und making it last three, or four times as long as on other typewriter. The ribbon automatically itself from onepool to the other without any attention from the operator. Carriages are interchangeable, and run on ball bearing trucks. Platens are removable, o that both a hard nnd soft platen otnbe tsed en the same typewriter. Extremely light touch, " No falling leaf is lighter than the touch of the Fox Typewi iter." Choice of Elite, Pica, Condensed Iioinan, Medium Itoiiuui, or italic Type we'eurry more tluui three lloufiind t eeial'tjpe in stock, of our own. manufacture, and can furnish keybourdsfor any language. The Fox has an eny,nln,t.a noieclcss action, Is very durable, unit is sent complete with cleaning outfit and metal cover with hardwood hnc. Tills is the Fox, tho typewriter we miinufuct'.iro this Is the typewriter that mo will send to nnyone anywhere in the United Stutes on Free Trial, all express charges fully paid no "ml tape" notlelay no obligation to buy. If purchased ufter trial you can pay a little down whatever you can spare and the balance in small monthly payments. Header, in all sincerity we can honestly say this proposition has never been equaled by any other typewriter eoni-pun- y, and all wo ask is that you write us today NOW giving us your name and address .so we tan send you our catalog and write you personally about our typewriter and Free Trial ti(Ter. Fox Typewriter Co., Manufacturers, VSSFiJSZ'JSSSE. F.:: A:!.MClio.i, Blue Grass Fair, bxington, Aug. IMi. Clay City Times, Local Representative for Clay City and vicinity.