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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): August 14, 1913 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1913 cla1913081401_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 14, 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. A THE CLAY CITY TIMES k '; I 81.00 a Year in Advance. ' v We arc here to help Clay City. the'SnrrounJiDg Country anj Oorselves. .1. E. Burgher, Publisher. YOL. XVIII. Road Case. CLAY CITY, Trains Wreck Near this City. KY, THURSDAY t AUGUST J4. J 91 3. ' NO. ;3 weeks in Cincinnati have returned homo nnd will enter our college at Reductions in freight rates on collision of two The trial of damages in the case A head-oMrs. Bettie Hnrdwlck hue re- the opening session. They enjoyed of a new road between this city freight trains occurred about one coal from Western Kentucky turned home ufter several weeks their work in the Ng city but nro nnd Stanton, has been on at mile east of this city Tuesday af- mines to Hopkinsville were orvisit nmongkin folks in the State. bent on getting a better education Stanton this week, and it was the ternoon in which one freight car dered Inst week,', by the State Coal Rates Reduced. STANTON NEWS. intention of Judge Hardwick to finish up this business this week, but the sudden illness of Mr. Spencer, attorney for the applicants of the road, brought the last case abruptly to a close Tues- was tried Monday, who secured damages' amounting to $55. The allowed by- the Commissioners was $40. The case of Edwin Rose was up when Mr. Spencer took sick. The jury had been selected and was sent over the route of the proposed new road over Mr. Rose's place. They had returned to the Court House and readv to hear the evidence. The .case will come up at the regular September term of the County - was torn into splinters and one engine badly wrecked. The train crew escaped injury by jumping. Passenger traffic had to be trans- ' Court. All the other land owners through whom the road paspes y have either given the or accepted, the. amount allowed by the Commissioners. right-of-wa- Rates to be Reduced. Express companies in the States are required by an nler of thelnterstate.Commerce Commission to make, sweeping reductions in their rates for a pe. riod df two years, "wljich, it is stated, wiH be made permanent if the "ex- rp&riniflnt'J1: .shows, .tlig. .reduced. rates to be "reasonable." ed bcginning--Oo-tober'15- , Mrs. V. S. Niblack, of Oklahoma, and Mrs. W. E. Heflin, of Clark .County, visited relatives in this city and at Spout Spring the latter part of the week. Miss Eula Shattuck, of Bowling Green, is visiting her grand parents, Judge aud Mrs. W. T. Cox Monday. Adams. ferred that afternoou. The writer happened along while, the ex press was being transferred and Baw a ngmuer 01 uoxes uuuui. one foot square labeled, "Glass Handle with Care", Upon as to why so many of these boxes all alike should happen to be on the road at once und as to what were the contents, we were informed that it was "red eye" liquor. The drouth in this section lias at last, been partially broken, good rains falling Tuesday and yesterday. Most of the corn on the uplands has been cut short and in come inf fully by the ses stances vere drouth during the month of .lnlv and first of this month. GraBS has also become very short, and stock water in places was about gone. What rains we have, had greatly improves a very serious drouth, but still much more is needed to furnish complete relief. In 1012 the production of coal in the United States not only surpassed all previous tonnage records, but the average value per ton exceeded that of any normal year in the 83'vears for .wfckskwstatisticaure available.-There has, been ouly one year when prices generally were higher than in 1012, and that was 1008, the year of the fuel famine. Dr. 0. B. Dickson will be at the Red River Hotel from Friday until Tuesday to practice dentistry. J. W. F. Williams, of Beatty-ville- , was the guest of E. R. W. one-halthree-fourth-- Railroad Commission in the case of the Hopkinsville Business Men's Association against the L. & N. Railroad. The rate compfained'of was 75 cents the ton from points averaging 40.1 nliles.frorii Hopkinsville. Th6"HopkfrtsviileJe6pft deinlrnd-ea rate of 80 cents, based on n comparison with 4 rate of GO cents a ton to Louisville from mines 140 miles distant The Commission held thnt neither conditions of sharp competition nor conditions lucking inHlie element of competition from a fair basis for fixing, rates, and ordered the following scale of rates to be put into effect from th mines to Hop d kiiuville: distant and overjtwenty miles, 50 cents; from points forty miles distant' and overthirty, 60 cents; from points fifty miles distant and over forty. miles, Go cents; from points sixty miles distant and over fifty miles, 70 cents; from poiuts seventy miles distant and over sixty'tniles, 75 cents; from points eighty miles distant and over seventy miles, 85 cents; from points ninety miles distant and over eighty mites, 90 cents; rom points 100 miles distant und over ninety miles, 9o cents; from points 110 miles distant-anover 100 joiles. 05 cents; troin "poinTslSOmlfes' distant and over 110 miles, $1.00; from points over 120 miles distant, $1.10. Compare the above rates on coal with what L. & E. towns have to pay aud ask yourselves the question; wouldn't it pay us to file proceedings with the Commission asking for a reduction of rates similar to the rates made in the above case? The Times is -- tant from Hopkinsville, 40 ceuts the ton; from points thirty miles From points twenty miles dis- ready to lead the fight. be the next? Who'll Let Us Show You s Vaughn's Mill. Mr. T. J. Wright and 'Squire Davis were in Stanton Monday ou business. Mr. S. G. Baker made a business trip to Winchester the latter part of last week. Mr. Robert Mrogison, of near s Irvine, visited friends on Creek over Sunday. Mrs. Kate Larrison has been ill for the pastfew days. Doctors think she bus typhoid fevert Pastor Speticerfs appointment was fulfilled at the Methodist church Sunday - by the Rev. Judge Mann. Hard-wick'- Some of Our New GOODS. Some Beautiful New Ready-to-We- ar 'Suits Our line of that are bound to please. Lawns, Percales, and other Dress Goods should be seen to be appreciated. Come in and let us fit Notice to Taxpayers. I, or one of my deputies will he at the following places the time mentioned for the purpose of collecting tax : At Clay City, Aug. :J0, " Harilwick'nCre.ek and Roger's Chapel, Sept. 5, At VIrden nnd Niida, Sept. 12, " Stanton and Bowen, " It). The tax books are bo heavy that tliov cannot bo curried ut all times, thus pertons who do net pay their tux at these pluees will be required to come to the county seut and pay. T. O. Hull, Sheritf. you up ready for thesummer weather with goods that are both flylish and cool. We have our usual large full store ,and can certainly please you. SHIMFESSEL'S. Mrs. Dun Milton and Children to fit themselves for better positions have been spending the week in in life. They left Guy Crowe there Winchester at the home of her who will stny till the school house is ready for him to tenoh in. daughter., An admirable arrangement has Mrs. W. A. Garrett, and chilbeen made between the town nnd dren, of Sardis, Miss., are visising theirrehtion, in this part of the Stanton College. The town school board has rented the college buildcountry. ing for the coming year and will Mrs. McCreight, the new matron use it for the High School work. ut the dormitory, has arrived and They hnve hired Miss Frances Ke. is installed ready for the opening of bele and Miss Esther Broad as the the College. teachers and Miss Kabele will be Mr. nnd Mrs. T. R. Jackson, of the Principal. This has been apLouisville, are visiting their par- proved by the State Board of ents nnd nephew at the home of RomuUis Jackson. If you want to find out what Miss Mubel Ewen and A. T. your fellow citizens think of you, Stewart went to Gordonton Tues- just run for some prominent of day night to attend a lawn fete fice in the county, then all your given by Mr. and Mrs. S. K. Baird. sins and faults for years back will be brought up to the public, John Campbell who has been ataud such a scorching and roast tending Stanton College, has reing as you will receive from your turned home for a brief visit to his opponents. I never knew that folke in Breathitt county before enso many of the candidates runtering school again. ning m the recent primary were The roud case as to changing it such awfully bud men, und had to Clay City was postponed till next done su h terrible things ami county court day as Mr. Chas. Spen were not fit to have any office cer, of Winchester, was taken sick till they announced themselves. and not able to handle his side. And if they cannot enough truth Mrs. Green Caudill and Mrs. to tell against the candidate, tliev Creech, of Hatton Creek, took in will manufacture somelies to tell. the Holiness campmeeting at WinThe ruins that wo have received chester, and Roy. Wvatt returned this week, are gratefully accepted with them and preached over on aid will do much to he'p the coin the creek Sunday. and other crops. Centrul Kentucky Albert Skidmore who has been has been in the midst cf u terrible playing ball at McRoberts, made a drouth, und while we in the Red flying visit home and returned Fri- River Valley have not suffered us day. He reports that he and Mor- they have in other purts of the gan Boone are doing fine and likes State, yet the corn crop has been hurt very much by the dry weather. the place very much. Further up in the mountains and in Misses Anna and Gladys Welch the Blue Grass, pastures are ruined are visiting in New Ross, Ind. with und corn will bring only a few their sister, Mrs. Madge Ewen, and bushels to the acre. In Kaunas nnd their urother John T. Welch. In Missouri everything is almost uttera few days they with their brother ly ruined. The finest corn belt in will take an automobile trip across the world is in Kansas und Iowa, country to Rosslyu, getting here but the Kansas crop at its best will about the 20th of this month. not produce ten bushel to the aero. Judge Lyman Chalkley, of the Farmers have been forced to sell nil Stute University, of Lexington, their stockj because they had nothwill address the students, patrons ing to feed them and no water. and all good c'tizens interented in Stanton College opens Monday, education at the opening of Stan- and it is hoped that muny from ull ton College next Monday, August over the county will tuko advantage 18th. Judge Chalkley is widely of the splendid school to get an edknown and we trust that every cit- ucation. The day bus come when izen of the county that can will be our bos and girls of today have there. got to have us good an education Ike Terry, of Jett'sCreek, Breath-it- t as they can get to meet the trecounty, was in town last week mendous competition in the induslooking ufter the interest of the Mc- trial, the proftsfional, the religious intosh estate. Mr. Terry tells ua and the commercial uutivities nnd that Rev. Jumes Johnson from same pursuit? of life. The man or wopluce us he lives is looking for u man who is not equipped toduy canplace to looute near Stanton. lie will not compete in the buttle of life the man or woman who has make as a splendid citizen should he move to our county, the writer hav- sptnt years of hard work and study ut the feet of Masters of their ing known him for years. Even tbu farmers today The Blue Gruss Fair was attendare finding that the soil needs stued by several from in und around dying and to Agricultural colleges This fair is Stanton this week. are doing u great work in learning looked forward to by many people the farmer how to farm right und who like to attend and nee the prohow to make two blades of grass ducts of Kentucky exhibited. It in grow where one ui d to grow under u great educational center for farm'old worn out methods. Shiftless-'neters aud live stock growers and mid whiskey and ciguiitus should be taken ndvuntuge of 'y all nnd Mich like eau easily make a bum or loafer, but it takes li t r interested in the home und farm. jwork and seven) training and ,t .louett Iioone and Marion Atkin- clean body to make a man that tin. son w ho have been working for some world need.-- toduy. Edu-catio- n. s. s ! 'i r I ni t t inn tit HMfcb. k .1. Primary Election Law Contradictory in its Make-u- p and Compulsory in its Build. rUIlLlSHKl' KVKKV THURSDAY. Genet, Ky., Aug. J, 10115. .Subscription rates 81 a j enr or three years in ndvnnce $2. B. liurghcr, Publisher. second-clns- s Entered ns mnll nintter. 1D1.J. Thursday, - - August 14, CLUB RATES. For the convenience of our we have arranged club rates w ith the following papers at prices below mentioned: The Times and sub-syribe- n, Courier-Journ- al " " " " " " Cincinnati Enquirer $1.00 1.10 Louisville Herald 90 Home and Farm 75 Inland Fnrnier .75 S)0 American Farmer Southern Agriculturist 75 Talk about the railroads developing the mountains sounds funny to us. About all it seems to develop in our section is barren hills and hobos. It, however, doos furnish an outlet for our best and wealthiest citizens to niove to other and more fuvored neighboring counties. The defeated candidate that knew so well that he was going to win in the recent primary, is having a hard time to explain how it all happened. Being right there near the border, the Colonel might take Kermit and a few trusty Rough Killers and annex Mexico. If Tex could drag the Standard Oil Company in court often she would not need to tax her citizens at all. The torrid spell came right in the m'idst of the winter of discontent. ollice-seeker'- s Turning the thermometer side down helps a little. up- SPOUT SPRING. Quarterly meeting will beheld at Jackson's Chapel Sunday Several from about here attended the big saints' camp mooting at Winchester last week. Asa Todd spent a short time .with his mother, Mrs. Nannie Mi'Kinney at Winchester this week. Such articles should never he used except on prescriptions from reputable physicians, as the damage they will do is ten fold to the good you can possibly derive from them. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F.J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, 0., contains no mercury, and in taken internally, noting directly upon the blood and mucous sufaces of the system. In buying Hall's Catarrh Cure be pure you get the genuine. It is taken internally and made in Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co, Testimonials free. Sold by Druggists. Price 75c (Mothers! Have Your Children Worms? per bottle. Take Hall's Family Pills for conAre they feverish, restless, nervstipation. ous, irritable, dizzy or constipated? Do they continually pick their nose SHIPP'S QUICK-RELIE- F or grind their teeth? Have they LINIMENT. cramping pains, irregular und ra This is the liniment the people are venous appetite? These are 'ill talking about. signs of worms. Worms not only It is the moat wonderful remedy for cause your child sullering, but relieving pain I have ever used. Capt. Ky. stunt its mind and growth. Give Anderson Berry, Lexington, I used this liniment and the pain and "Kickapoo Worm Killer" at once. soreness disappeared like magic. It kills and removes the worms, im- Jailer W. T. Kallonger, Lexington, Kj". For relieving aches nnd pains this proves your child's appetite, reguliniment beats anything! ever saw. J. lates stomach, liver and bowels. II. Letton, Lexington, Ky. The symptoms disappear and jour It is tho only remedy I have foundrelict since i was child is made happy and healthy, that has given me anyago Mrs. Susuti paralissod four yours as nature intended. All druggists Welborn, Newburg, Ind. or by mail, 2oc. If it fails to relievo any pnin in (im part of the body in fifteen minutes, askoo Indian Medicine CompaKickn. tor your money OacK. ny Philadelphia. Pa. St. Louis, SOLI) BY ALL LEADING Mo. Clay City Times, Clay City, Ky. This deponent, hath the idea that the new primary election law is something akin to a square out co'ntradiction. Now, in the first place it says that no person's name shall be tilacetlon Jhe voting ballot unless he shall first get a certain per cent, of the voters' names to a petition that must be filed with the County Clerk, and etc. Very well then, we will say that Mr. Punch complies with that part all O. K. and is a candidate for County Clerk. The Act. after talking all " 'round Robin Hood's barn" conies buck and says: "There shall be a blank line.under ench candidate's name, that the voter may write any other name thereon and vote in the square opposite such name." Very well again, is it not n fact that a plurality of voters could make an agreement for each and every one of them to write the name of Mr. Punch's opponent, and call it "Juda", and thus elect Juda? Why, most assuredly. Now what do you think poor old Punch would say if Jnda were to beat him in this way? Methinks he would say as often said on the stage when, lie remarked, "(J! boys, what was flint?" Thus'vou see Juda lias come in at the eleventh hour and knocked the coveted persimmon that Punch had been throwing turf at from early morn until the heat of day. And it liuth been said on good authority that there will be a pugilistic encounter as bove cited on the ballots at the next November election in Pow ell county. ho lias a- A New Way Wagons, $47.00 and up SulkyTurning Plow c'mplt. 28.95 " " .86 " " Pitcher Pumps, 1.60 " Pumps, Ready mixed House Paints 1.07 Gal. 30.85 up Open Top Buggiqs, 30.95 Top Buggies, in Merchandising. $21.45. up VERY ATTRACTIVE PRICES. Disc Grain Drill. Check Rower Com Planter, Double Shift Riding Cultivator Best Mowing Machine on the matket, 50c Roofing, Felt Gasoline Engines, . 28.35 27.50 ' 34.85 per square $27.50 up. "Rumbling Ike.'' SEE TJS JTOl PRICES AIS1 CATALOGUES. Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that Contain ncrcury. as mercury will surely destroy the sense of smell nnd completely derange the whole system when entering it through the mucous fur-face- s. Mrs. J. W. Williams, pcracumri Did it Ever Occur to You That an account with a Clean, Strcr.g Progressive Bank gave you a considerable preslige in the business world? Accounts of all sizes welcomed ' by the Clay City National Bank, CLAY CITY, KENTUCKY. Hush! i - Listen Here! Money Train of Business Rolling Down the Track of Time. made is Money - Adv. DUUUGISTS. Saved. COflE TO OUR STORE Let us Show You this is the Store for Price and Quality. We Carry a Full Line of Hay ties - Hen son Shoes which covers the South like the morning dew. -- 1 Commissioner's Mjrsus Sale. Powell Circuit Court. I'luintifTa, Joint I). Atkinson, Defendants. Win. Ujrnes. Notice of Sale in Kjwity. liy virtue of a judgment and order of tide of the Powell Circuit Court, rendered at the Juno term, 1013, there of in the above eause, the under-aligne- d will on the 1st day of fciojit, 1013, .ut 1 o'clock p. in., or thereabout, (being Court Day,) I will as Com'r., proceed to oiler for side at Public Auction to the highest bidder, on a credit of six months, at the Court House door, .Stanton, Ky., the property mentioned in the Judgment, Beginning at an old corner of Win. Hyrnes and the 1J mi.io Hotel property j 'thence a eouthoni coarse '2H3 poles with old line of Win. llyrnes to corner of Mrs. Thus, lloono lot, now owned by Mih. Atkinson; thence ut. right ungle to Hrxt line, a west course, 0 poles to rtuke, thence north course parallel with ilri-- t line 'Si3 poles to corner of John 1. AtkiiiMin ; thence east 0 poles mid Yi links to the beginning, or sufllcient thereofNo produce lf HA), so ordered to bo made. The purchaser will he required .to give bond, with approved security, for tiiu payment of the. purcliiii-- money, to have tho force and effect of a Replevin ltoud, bearing legal interot from the day of sale, according to law. ISiddors will be prepared to comply with tlie.o tonus, A lieu will he on the property sold till all the purjihase money is paid, Itond payable to Commissioner. to-wo ll if Ladies' $3.50 Trimmed Hats.for $2.50 6c per yard Simpson Calicoes, 25c ii it Sheeting', Best it 7 Gingham 10c ii it . Crash Towling, 20c Poplin, 25c ii ii Best Pique 25c ii ii White and Tan Linen 9-- 4 1-- 2 . .1 il THEY FIT SO NEAT AND LOOK SO NICE WE ALSO SELL .THEM AT PRICES RIGHT. When you you For TiPYt, thirtv davs cutsales on ail j goods in stock to make room for fall and stock, so these goods are going, call' and get your part. ii 3 want to buy Merchandise, come to Mer- our Store. more. It' you come one time you'll come back will not admit of pricing our LOWE & CROWE, Rosslyn Merchants. As space If beat We an chandise, come let us price them to you. Mire we can interest you in prices and quality. We sell ror Cash and Exchange for-Pro-duc- e lubricatiort .as: without carbon only. i SON A perfect oil foreltheralr-coole- j or water- ooledautunoUlea. Madairomnaeitroniuyl pale, thin, hl(h fire tut oil wh! anla Crude. A dm frtelv. Pa.lttv.ly free from carbon. On yc flnt purchiM of one bbl. of No Crb Auto Oil will fur-nU- h by rKEK one 65 e.L iteel barrel with faucet, fine to ue you for permanent atorage. Price of oil in irea iiu., 40c Mr tallea. CHAS. C. ST0LL OIL CO. Offer freei u rear u.Em, e. "En.Uin.", eewuf BaU U. eiriethe fer gaiellae eailaee. itue. aire ell, WM. ADAMS Xena, Ky. & UO.MUMJ.S .IACKRON, - Ci luniU.luimr Powell C. C UuU.i (fiffiT?rKrVl J THE A HOME-MADE TIMES. PAPER. August 14, THURSDAY, 1913 LOCAL BREVITIES. Dr. Martin reports the birth of a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Carl Garrett, Monday. Mrs. ltay McKinney and Miss Zella Sams visited relatives at Miss Reese Shimfessel was last Winchester the last of the week. week taken very ill, threatened She is now Grover Burnett, of near Mt. with appendicitis. Lexington hospital, where Sterling, spent Safurday and at a Suriday with relatives in the she is improving at this time very nicelv, and will probnblv county. get homo this week. Mrs. 0. Shinifessel returned W. R. Cassidy, proprietor Clay home Sunday from a visit to her ' daughter, S. D. Hall at City Roller Mills, hae bought Mrs. ' two car loads of corn and one Lexington. car of wheat and will start up There will be services at the his mill at once. This mill is Methodist church Sunday night capable of producing the linest by the Presiding Elder, I?ev. grades of both Hour and meal, John 11. Deering. and with the proper local supMrs. E. N. Wilson left Tues- port, should be kept running day afternoon for a visit to her continually. (laughter, Mrs. George Vaughn, New Bridge to be Built. ' at Greensboro, Ind. The necessary timbers for the The Bluegrass Fair began at reconstruction of the bridue the mill race at the old Lexington Monday with Lieut. Gov. Edward J. McDermott the crossing have been put on the ground and this bridge will, it is 'principal speaker. judged, be in use again. This Jim Wilson and family, of bridge was washed out in March. Lexington, were visiting relatives The race belongs to the Ken here Sunday. Mr. Wilson will tucky Union Compay and it is shortly move to Florida. their duty to keep this bridge up, Mrs. E. B. McGlone returned but they have refused to do this, Monday afternoon from an ex- and now the ciy will act und re tended visit to relatives in Car- cover the cost from the company by suit. ter and Rowan .counties. . Minister Praises this Laxative , Homegrown watermelons have Rev. H. Stubnnvoll, of Allison, made their appearance on the local market. They all seem to la., In praising Dr. King's New Life Pills for constipation, writes : be of good quality this year. "Dr. Kings Nw Life Pills are There will bo an icecream sup- such perfect pills no home should per at the Heading Room Satur- be without them." No better regday night for the benefit of the ulator for Uc liver and bowels. Church Presbyteainn roofing Every pill guaranteed. Try them. fund. Price 25c. at all dealers. Adv. Found Pair of sandals and The Sunday nftornoon Union Owner stockiims near depot. services in the Eaton grove park can have same by identifying have become very attractive to them and paying charges. Geo. the church-goinpeople of the Morris. city. Large congregations g HnPfl USE 11 VI u $ MILLS ANUNEXPECTEDGUEST for luncheon or dinner will enjoy the delightful trial 'if bread tint is made from the Pearl Hour. The loaves made from this high grade flour are line, light, white and of tempting llavor and a satisfying lucheon can be nude on '.lie excellent bread (with sweet butter) that is made from the Pearl flour. home-made attend these services each Sunday. The Revs. 0. G. Mann and D. n. Coi'iomt.a.pcc Matherly conducted these serv-ice- s Sunday afternoon and the Rev. Judge Mann will preach there on Sunday afternoon next. Suffered Eczema Fifty Years ' Now Well. Seems a long time to endure the Made by J. ANDREW CAIN, Versailles, Kv When in Need of awful burning, itching, skin-diseas- smarting, as "tetter" another name for eczema. Seems good to rcaljze, also, that DR. e known Builder's Hardware, Cabinet Mantles, Grates, Tiles, HOBSON'S ECZEMA OINTMENT has proven a perfect cure. Mrs. D. L. Kmney 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. PFEIFFElt CHKMICAL CO, St. Louis, Mo. Philadelphia, Pa. - Cooking or Heating Go to or Write Stoves, Trees! Trees! Trees! Fruit and Ornamental Strawberries, Shrubs, Hedging, Asparagus, Rhubarb, Grapes, Roses, Peonies, Phlox, etc. Everything for Orchard, Lawn antlOarden. NO AGENTS Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, , Winchester, - Ky. Bucklen's Arnica Salve when apSunday with the bitter's parents, plied to a cuij'bruise, sprain, burn or scald, or other injury of the Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Wilson. skin will immediately remove all The State Insurance Commis- pain. E. E. Chamberlain, of Clinsioner sent out letters Tuesday ton, Me. says: It robs cuts and containing the new rates for As other injuries of their terrors bacco insurance cutting the rate a healing remedy its equal don't on some classes as much as 15 exist " Will do good for you. On-ly Mr. and Mrs. Geo. V. Anderson, Jr., of Mt. Sterling, spent , The Best Pain Killer FREE C ATA LOCI H.F. Hillenmeyer&Sons Lexington, Ky. per cent. 25c. at till dealers. Adv. 2 CAPITAL STOCK. 8100,000 SUHITOSAKDUN- DIVI11ED PKOITITS, SiOO.OOO 'A HARD WICK & COMPANY'S ! Come to Our Store And let us show you what a nice line of goods we carry. t; j Tine g Winchester Bank, Ky, OI. WlNtMlHTlSIf, WiTlinHMi'OoN, V. tj N.IIOU.Y ft It. Si'tiAH, 1hi;h, Oahhikk. J Clearance Our stock of Dry Goods, Notion-- , Groceries, Hardware, Clothing, Shoes unJ etc. is replete with i YOUK ACCOUNTS SOLICITED ' Variety, Style and Quality. THIS COMBINED WITH OUR Sale. sac VI CJ jfjj Wrihmond.ky. Training School for Teachers A !nltThic4Ut We will sell at greatly reduced prices during this Clear-unctSal- e the following: .Men's and Hoys' Clothing in Low Prices Make Mi C.,..o.u.r,M. mod.l mllortoi. prarllroKliool, aVparlnvalot Mrloullurj, a w.ll eqalpil br'i." f TUaailura. Dom.ll Bcl"o- let. Tt. Fourth Tnulprll T, Sanaier Sclwol opoaa J loadluii to Klrmtnlarr. aud Lllo Ktato ValUI la all Pul.llo Bpvt-l81I100U of Kentucky. Coursoo Courwl, Tullloa Fie. to p tMklQlita. Two dIlhoM dur. tralnlut tmlMlai. aoliool, rturtci both Suits and Odd Punts, Men's Hats, ''Queen Quality" low cut Shoes for Women, in both O.xfords and Pumps, Walk-Ove- till Baric i r low cut Shoes for Men, and all wash We have the new, popular and Diet-- . .'"',!? "'f 3oods. things we it to your intrust to give us a good share of We strive, to please our customers be- - j a CIUBUB. FK.U..I. in all these lines. To give you an idea of the etits Men's and, are your trudi'j making, will give you somu priees. Ilo' '. 811.00, entire we know satisfied customers ore our best ussets. Suits and Odd Pan is, 'Ib'fo to '.): cut, Men's !.."l 50, Women's H.OO Oxfords and to Huts at J Pumps at 8:1.00, low ones ui Si.tiO, 83.00 cuts at 4 oiibS at Yours to please, Men's 85.0(1 00. 84 00 one.- - at $:l,50 ones at WALDRON k JOHNSON, f BOURBON POULTRY CURE Waltersville, Ky. down a chick's throat cures Rapes, A few drops In the drinking water cures and prevents cholera, diarrhoea and otncrchlck diseases. One He bottle makes 18 gallons of medicine At all druggists. Sample and booklet on ''Diseases ot Fowls" sent FltKE. Bourtcn Rimitfr Co.luliitaa.'Ij. 2,li0; wtfli Dress Uoods, '1'iv per ard values ut 10f to 18e per yard, "ioo value at Die, Die and lOe values nt 7e. values at values at lie, lc Hardwick & Co., Stanton. Q Their Wives Too Speakers on Home Making Have Been Secured For the Barbecue at Versailles, Aug. 20 Ims usually stood for politics and mon only. The big Is to tic educational and Is the farmers' ABAKIIKCI'K makeup of Its i.pleiulld program. to Include will be spared No effort to make the farmers' wives and daughters comfortable when they attend this huge meeting. A special rest tent will be provided for the ladles, and n physician will be In attendance. In reading over the program which has been Issued In the Inst week one Is very much impressed with the fact that the major portion of the speakers will on cooperation nnd the marketing of crops instead of Increased production of crops. For a lout time the farmer lias thought that Increased production would solve all of his problems, but he now realizes that he must learn great farmers' school. It Is lufended, after all, to be a great place" of fnstruc-tlo- n and "getting together" nnd breaking bread together. In Warren county In the past fowrwecks the farmers, their wives and sons ,and daughters, havo been "getting together" in n series of farmers' Cbautan- nuns. Each ono has been a district uITalr. The barbecue at Versailles Is being developed In exactly this same spirit. It Is the same feeling showing In a different manner. The barbecue Is not n "getting together" of n neighborhood :ir a county of farmers nnd their friends, but of the whole state. And that It may be something more than the hearing of good, talks, beeves nnd sheep will lie slaughtered und burgoo made so that It may be a picnic, a social gathering, smacking of the older days of Kentui ky hospitality. Things are happening In Kcntu ky. Every day things are hnppenlng In long nap she Is musing herself, nnd the dear old state. iTseeins that that she may never doze again Might schools. Chautauquns. farmers' night kcIiooIm. boys and girls' clubs mid barbecues rre being launched here nnd there. Let caclr nnd every one th."t ivil put cvcrvthiiu aside and come to Versailles to pledge his or her fultli In a ( renter Kentucky through better farming; pledge bis or her fn.ih In the old state i a ste.iuilng royal mug of burgoo. er OVER ee YEARS EXPERIENCE i rade iy1ahhb nnloklr uncertain free liiTentlon It probeblr pntoutaliln, Communications iitrlctlrronodaHUal. HA NO BOOK on entente for eecurtnir patent. out free. Oldeit igencf Co. recelrc l'atenta Uken through Munu iftclal notUi, without ebarge. In too A CopvniQHTB Ac Anrone landing a klrh and dncrlpllon mar whether an our opinion Designs tiandiomelf lllnitraied weellr. dr. dilation of nr eclentlda Journal. Termi, 13 a renri four month, $U JJold brail newedealera. Branch Offlca. Sciemific Jhtcrkam iJifgeet M V BU Washington, To insure more nnd cheaper meat, wo are advised that we must quit killing und eating But our prodigal sous calves. have formed the habit. " 7. See us for your shoe wnnts. Mrs. .1. W. Williams. i jllllffffflli You Need a Tonic There are times in every woman's life wheirshe needs a tonic to help her over the hard places. When that time comes to you. you know what tonic to'take Cardui, the woman's tonic. Cardui is composed of purely vegetable ingredients, which act gently, yet surely, on the weakened womanly organs, and helps build them back to strength and health. It has benefited thousands and thousands of weak, ailing women in its past half century of wonderful success, and it will do the same for you. You can't make a mistake in taking ft U Farm Drain Tile Alake Your Wet Land Productive. By the use of drain tile you car. ,'turn that low, wet, uele?8, swampy field into the most, productive spot on your farm. Good tile, properly placed, not only carries off surplus water, it admits air to the soil nnd makes it easy to work. It improves any soil. The incience 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 cell at oui plant. CARDUI The Woman's Tonic Miss Amelia Wilson, R. F. D. No. 4, Alma, Ark., says: "I think Cardui is the greatest medicine on earth, for women. Before I began to take Cardui, I was so weak and nervous, and had such awful "dizzy spells and a poor .appetite. Now I feel as well and as strong as I ever did, and can eat most anything." Begin taking Cardui today. Sold by all dealers. THOROUGHBREDS. more about marketing his crop when made and tlnnnclng It before It is made. Mr. .1. V.. Caldwell, or. as his friends and neighbors call him, Jim Caldwell of Liikelicld, Minn., will talk on "The Farmer nnd Ills Finances." He Is a man who speaks from a wide experience, an experience that emhrnces the launching store, a elevator, a farmers' bank, a of a church. Ho creamery and. last and by no means the least, a will have something to say that will get close to the people, for he Is one of the eople. He Is not an expert or a theorist, but a man who has accomplished tblmrs In everyday life. It might be well to mention the fact that he Is Just home Irom an extended trip nbroad with the commission which has been srudyim: foreign methods of farmers' credit and I'riffssor Charles .1. Brand, assistant In charge of the bureau of marketFarm ing. Washington, will tell of the work o'f his department In .Marketing." nnd also secreMr. E. M. Tousley, who Is editor of The Farm-- c tary of the Right Relationship league, will discuss Union of America will be represented by Mr. R. s' who will discuss "The Farmers' Union." ltt.i rrofesNor Cyrus V. Hopkins of the great University of Illinois has been "Soil Conservation." The chief of the farmers' M'tweil to tell sometlilng-o- f J 1 At-t- Red River Brick & Tile Company, STANTON, KENTUCKY Ilia RIGHT HERE IS YOUR CHANCE m) (D Has Helped Thousands. () (D (u TO BUY THAT TYPEWRITER! HH9HHMaaaiaBlaaHaaiK3S329flKliVll',L straight-from-the-Shoulder ,lZ3SSKBBBBKttBKttlBtBBtKtUKBttttKMtttttBM 9 Typewriter Talk by This is a a Typewriter Man to the Readers of The Clay City Times. No other typewriter built regardless of any cluims iniule in the equul of tho new Fox Visible Typewriter either in material used, or in workmanship, or in the number and convenience of its epccinl features. There nre niiiny good typewriters being built anil sold, but we claim for the new Fox Visible Typewriter thnt it is better tlinn the best of tllese, and that its automatic features combined eunnot be found in any oilier typewriter. The New Fox N a typewriter tlu.t will jnoet with the approval of the most critical user A single demonstration will convince you we will make it at our expense, il you will permit us. SOME HAMPSHIRE TOWNS. I'perutlve demonstration work. Dr. I trail lord ICuiipp. will explain the plana i" i' ml i lie hopes of his department In "Farm Extension Work." while Dr. Fred Mut h!(T. In ihaige of the work In Kentucky, will tell something of the "Boys d C rN Demonstration Work." Our own commissioner of agriculture, Hon. i .' W .Newiniiii. Is to talk on "State Aid." Vveral other speaker?, are being considered, besides those for the farmers' Ives, so that two speakers' stands may be used at a time and accommodato u libit may come to tho barbecue. Ku-rpart of the Cauiden farm wlll'lie open for Inspection on the day ot lie ne eu'rything from the sixty were Meld that has been in alfalfa l'i . Whether you havo had the uso of a typewriter or not, you have p tid for one many times over. Yes sir. wo mean it: every dav you continue usingthe'bld.slow method of writing with a pen you are unconsciously paying for a typewriter. Tho farmer who cuts nis grain-wita scythe pays with every drop of sweat for a reaper. If you are neglectful of your wearing apparel and expose yourself unnecessarily to the rain and cold you are paying for the very things that would have kept you well and comfortable, lleinember this and mark it well: You must pay pay pay for the necessities of this life, whether you uso them or not. h ( v THIS IS THE NEW VISIBLE FOX SENT ON FREE TRIAL,, Express Paid. "BETTER THAN THE BEST OF ALL. $THERS." A fit- tho printing point is beneath the typeburs, and you have to look down into them or between them to see what you have written. Touch a key in the keyboard nnd you change tho color of your writing instantly from black, bluo or purple to red. Press the Tabulator Key at the left (in front) for paragraphing, writing tho complimentary closing, etc. ; also for all kinds of billing. At the right (in front) is our Hack Space Key. This moves tho carriage backward for making corrections, or putting in punctuation. This key also enables the operator to erase a word of three letters and write one of four in its place. Press the Stencil Key shown at tho left (front) for making stencils from which tliou-sanof dujillcate letters can be made. Four rows of keys reduce the hhifting The right Shift Key locka 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- " spool to spool as on othors thus using all line not straight across from of the ribbon and making it last three or fcur limes as long as on other typewriters. The ribbon automatically f from to the other witliort i ny attention from the operator. Carriages are interchangeable, and run on ball bearing trauks. Platens are removable, mi tl at lii.th a hard and soft platen can be used on the same typewriter, Kxtremely light ti uch, " No falling leaf is lighter limn the touch of the Fox Typewriter." Choice of Klite, Pica, Condensed ltbmau, Mfdiuin.ltomtiii, or Italic Tj pi e i airy in re Hum three thousand special type in stock, of our own manufacture, and can furnish keyboardr for any language. TheFoxhas an easy, almost noiseless action, is very durable, and is sent complete with cleaning ontl't and nut a I cover with hardwood buse. TIiIf is the Fox, the typewriter wo nmnufacf.iro this Is the typewriter that we will send to anyone anywhoro in the United States on Free Trial, nil express charges fully paid no "ml tape" nodelay no obligation tobuy. If purchased r uni-in i you run pay n mue uu u wtmicvcr yuu cmi spare aim me uuiuiu'e in sinau mummy payments. eader, in all sincerity we can honectly say this proposition has never been equaled by any other typewriter and all w ak Is that you write in- today NOW giving us your name and address'so we can senu you pur cata- nu w riti you ticrsonnlIy about our u pewrlter ami rcc Trial offer. lo ds one-third. da iti-clone-spo1 I- - Look at the illustration of our few Fox Visible Typewriter, shown above, and corapare'Jt with any other typewriter you have ever seen or used. Here is a really VJSI15LB typewriter note that the printing uoint is on top inplain sight, and thnt tho typo bars rise from where they nre lying and strike the platen in full viow of the operator, and in, a direct line of vision, and that all of wlint you have written remains in full sight until the paper Is removed from the typewriter. Compare this with those old style typewrltere,. that some linns are still advertising as'vlslbles, but ch OF, THE DAIRY HERD. I i ? . dj I ' t .... i A t'loniu 'blue i.s in the Mnbles or the bunch of hf th lr hI,u-There will be no effurt ut a .1 t T. I t Ih are expected to go about, ,. j i. ;u.iu a one day session of a . Fox Typewriter Co., Manufacturers, Clay City Times, Local Representative for Clay City and vicinity.