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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): August 21, 1913 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1913 cla1913082101_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 21, 1913 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1913 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CLAY CITY TIMES. : : s . a . .81.00 a Year In Advance. , We are here to help Clay City, the SorrounJing Country and Ourselves. .1. B. Burgher, Publisher. VOL. XVIII. CLAY CITY. KY., THURSDAY (Jood Roads Once In AUGUST 21, J9I3. STANTON NEWS. Mrs. Campbell, of Cleveland. O., visiting Miss Frances Kabtle and .Prof, and Mrs. .1, U. Hunley. is NV). 'm Died in Texas. Most Costly Crop Famine. Mr. Harvey Carr has received a is The severe existing drouth visiting the Commonwealth with telegram from Miami, Texas, the most costly crop famine, .in sadly announcing the death of his the history of Kentucky. Loss granddaughter, Besse Mae Christo the farmers of the State will topher, who passed away at 2 o'Deg clock yesterday afternoon. exceed $80,000,000. Cost of will be nearly 20 per cent. ceased was the oldest of Mr. and ' higher next winter than last as a Mrs. L. G. Christepiier and was young lady an accomplished 'rpBulfc. These figures arobased .ifitii esmajesjy. GjrrmiBBioner6f nesting 18 years. Shojvafl opor iSgricultUre 'JohnW."4Newinan,' ateil orVrit' Wichita, Kas, June calculating dti former crop 80, for appendicitis, and remained there two weeks before she yields. Keports from all sections of the died when she was brought home State give evidence of desolation The many Kentucky friends of and ruin visited upon the corn- Mr. and Mrs. Christopher, the fields, tobacco lands and wide girl's parents, will read this no stretches of blue grass, made as tice with deep sorrow, and enter with the be if a destructive torch had been into applied 10 some picturesque reaved parents in Texas and the bereaved grandparents, Mr. and scene of peace and plenty. The effect of the drouth which Mrs. Harvey Carr, of this city; is viewed with Greatest alarm in and also the bereaved grandparcity and town in the tremendous ents, Mr. and Mrs. David Chris increase in the already high cost topher, of Miami Texas, all of i)f living and consequent suffer- whom loved their darling Besse ing that will ensue as a result of so dearly, as did all others whose e :. the complete failure of many i.ivui 11. w.is tu Know ner. staple firm products. Dick Smothers' House Burned. The former residence of (Dick Pensions Allowed. colored, who is now The State Confederate Pension Smothers, serving a life term in the peniBoard met at Frankfort Tuesday tentiary for the murdeof Marand pessed favorably upon 237 shal A. T. Pettit, was burned to applications for pensions. These the ground about seven o'clock will receive $10 per month in- Friday evening last. The house cluding back pay from the time is supposed to have been set they made application. Vouchas it was unoccupied, the ers will be mailed to ,all pen- plunder of the condemned man r' sioners Nov. 5th. ' stilljremaining with his propervJgsJames IInrris6n. is- "the only ty. There is no clue as to the applicant ffdihthis county so far guilty person or persons. For a allowed a pension. The other few day6 before it burned the applicants will be passed upon front door was noticed standing later. open by several persons, and it some one pillaged The report conies from Lexing- probable that house and then set lire to covton that Miss Reese Shimfessel, the up their theft whose illness waE reported in our er last iBsue, has grown "worse and James W. Shearin, of Danville, Unit her trouble has developed a is in tho city and expects to resevere attack of appendicitis, main here and in the county two months. which means an operation liv-logreat-sympat- hy 1 1 Kentucky Kentucky hos had good roads. At one time in our history we had the best system of turnpikes that prevailed in that era. We have some gociti roads now, but. they should be better and more of them. Conditions now better" roads than were culled, for fifty years ago. Ken good foundations.! tucky still-has for good road?,- "and excellent material for building and maintaining them. Our great trouble is in lack of maintaining what we have; a systematic method of repairs. Instead of the roads being worked over once or twice a year, they should be attended to at all times. 'A man with a cart or wheelbarrow and shovel should have a section to keep in repair all the time; he should be on his job constantly watching for spots that wear and make his repairs d - ington Miss Esther Broad went to LexFriday to meet Mies Elsie McDill of New Concord, O., who will again teach in our college. Mr. Clarence Neal, eon. of Wrri.-Nenl, was married last Thursday to Miss Hester Reed, of Old Furnace country, near Mt. Springs church. Mrs. Sarah Blackburn and her daughter, Mrs. Thomas, of Jacksonville, Fla., are spending a fortnight ut French Lick Springs, Ind. The bnby of Van Martin was buried Monday of this week. And the baby of Frank Wyatt's son was bared Sunday in our cemetery. in-la- w ton, and was said by those who heard it to be great. The co'lene has enrolled the lurgest uii'iber of students ever enrolled at the fall term and we are glad to hear that. We trust that every young man and woman in our county will taki advantage of such tl splendid institution of learning and net only here, but thatjhc schools all ov-the connty will be'patronised welV. There is a state law in force that all boys and girls in certain school age must attend school, and we trust that the proper authority s will see that it is strictly enforced. Many men and women today would give anything if they only had been compelled to attend school while they were of school age. fhey did not realize its value then, and lot until it was too lute. r at once. This system is worked in sev- " eral of tho old countries of Euof Hatton Creek, and her rope Germany and France, tor also. and during harvest instance time these repairers are allowed Mr. and Mrs. Edward Welch, of to leave their4; roads in order to Burgettstown, Pa., arrived last help in the harvests and make Thursday to tench in our college more money'Our Country. fa-th- er Mrs. Visa Deeds and three Owsley county, are here visiting- her brother, Green Can-dill- l, - . Natural Death. ut fg T A negro actually passed into the great beyond at the construction camp of Johnson & Britrgs Saturday, by the natural death route, tuberculosis being the cause assigned. Thij is the first death front a natural cause everreptirtedvrroui the construe lion camps, about twenty-fiv- e having been killed by explosions, cave-inpersonal encounters, etc. When the report was given out Sunday that a tiegro had died a natural death at one of the construction camps, the public refused to tako it seriously until proof full was established. Sunday was the first time in many weeks that the county cor oner iias not been called on to hold an inquest over some negro, who had been killed by violence or by an accident. Winchester Democrat. s, and have rented the Crawford property for the coming year. Let Us Show You Some of Our New GOODS. Some Beautiful New Readyto-Wea- Sues for Heavy Damages. r Suits Our line of that are bound to please. Flovd Day, of the Day Lumber & Coal Co., this city, lias sued Charles J. Doherty, at Louisville to recover $12,880, alleged to bo due as overcharges on 820 shares of bank stock in the First National Bank, of which Mr. Doherty was a director. The petition sets out that Mr. Day purchased stock at $140 per share, or $151,000 for the whole amount, believing this to bo its true value, exclusive of good will, because of alleged, statements made in a report of the bank July 18, 1008, and sworn to by Charles J. Doherty. Notice to Taxpayers. I, or one of my deputies will be at the following places the time fit Lawns, Percales, and other Dress Goods should be seen to be appreciated. Come in and let us you up ready for the summer weather with goods that are both stylish mentioned for the purpose of co- and cool. We have our usual large certainly please you. full store and can llecting tax : At Clay City, Aug. 30, " Hard wick's Creek and Roger's Chapel, Sept. 5, At Virden and Nuda, Sept. 12, " Stanton and Bowen, 19. SHIMFESSEL'S. The tax books are so heavy that they cannot be carried at all times, thus persons who do nrt pay their tax at these places will be required to come to the county seat and pay. T. C. Hall, Sheriff. James Welch returned Thursday from a visit to his daughter, Mrs. Perl Ferguson, of Cincinnati. means of transforming this old llis little grandson returned with world of ours. Men laid down him and will enter Stanton College. their lives and suffered martyrdom and history records awful persecuMr. A. T. Stewart has .gone to tions of Christians in the early Swango Springs, near Hazel Green, days because they would not renounce their faith. During the where he will recuperate up and Dark Ages when the world strugget ready for the coming- cam gled for twelve hundred years paign. Mr. Stewart is a splendid through terrible persecutions and young man and will give his oppo- blackest night of groping for the nent a hard ruce for County At- light the Church never faltered, and we are thrilled when historians torney. tell us how rnaityra stepped unEunice, Elbert and Willie C. flinchingly into the flames or faced Lith, Eveline, Virgil Crowe and death in the most horrible manner, and died' for their faith When Maggie Lyle returned Friday to the Christ gave the command to go inMasonic Home after several weeks to all the world and preach His gosvisit with their parents. The pel to all people, the Church has Home is doing a great wrok in the striven to cany out that commis training and educating of these sion. And it lias throUL'h its Got' ly men and women sent out, pro children. claimed the gospel to millions in The writer was over on the Hunt- savagery and heathenism and led ing Fork of Holly Creek in Wolfe them into the lijsht of Christianity. we are enguged in a mighty county over Sunday. The corn Today conflict that has been waging for crop is going to be fine there as nineteen hundred year, but the they have not suffered from the Church has fought valiantly and drouth as we have. Old corn is nobly. Men are giving their very plentiful and can be bought for 50 life blood and sacrificing everything to keep this a glorious Christian naTwo hundred bucents a bushel. tion. The devit with his legions to shels were sold on last Saturday for aid him is fighting for supremacy that amount but they say they are of the world but the Church that going to usk GO cents since the konws no defeat is marching on to drouth has been so severe over the victory, borne are standing afar oir and watching tho Church storm State. the tremondous forces of Satin and Like a bolt out of a clear sky, not doing their part. Others are teland all unexpected, and to our ut- ling the people, the Church hus been wrong these nineteen hundred ter amazement and astonishment, years, that our sainted fathers and bewildering us and leaving us mothers wbo died with tho hope of dumb without speech, shocking g'ory and who have left a heritage pur modesty and sensibility, that of their noble and Godly lives, were and wrongly taught. much talked of, heralded from fiat we stand today stronger than exto oceuu and across the ever before. The records of hispanse oMhe universe, that creation tory and the approval of God gives of fashion which men and women us the assurance that Christ has must bow the knee to, whether it been our leader and Ho Iiub led the makes us look like fools or a genius, Church forward into this worldwide battle of winning it for Him. and shows us how utterly slavish True the Church bus made her mis we are to the god of dress, to wit, takes, but the galea of hell have tho slit skirt came into our midst never prevailed against her. lke a meteor and then vanished We trust that every man and wo man in Powell county will uot for out of our sight. sake this mighty army because of Stanton College opened on Mon- discauragements or because some day of this wrek with appropriate are standing on the outside and exercises. The main address was criticizing our methods and plan of organization. We need your help delivered oy Judge Lyman Chulk. in this greatest of all warfare. Are ley, of State University of Lexlng- - you equal to the emengency? - We are living in the greatest era ever known to man and we are the mightiest nation on the face of the earth. This we owe to Christianity. The greatest factor in the spreading and growth or Christianity and enlightening of the world has been consecrated and Godly men and wo men working through the Church, making an organized effort that the whole world should know of the tragedy and victory on Calvary's Mo uain. The Church in proclaiming tho gospel of the uplifted Christ through men und women for these centuries gone by has been the - J City arc the most patient nnd enduring sot living, and we think this is daily proven by mentioning the telephone service existI'UIlLISHEl' KVKltr THUHSDAY. ing in this city. The franchise should be revoked and another Subscription rates 81 a year or three ono sold that the business might years in advance 82. pass into the hands of some one THE TIMES. us some service, not forgetting, however, to huve Entered as gecond-cln- s mail nintter. proper rates stipulated. It is up Council, Will they Thursday, August 21, 19i:i totijaCity act, m. thjs matter, or will they J- - E. burgher, Publisher. who will give CLUB RATES. usual apologies and promise to For tlio convenience of our sub- do better.' Tho people demand scribers, we have arranged club rates an lmprovemnt or au abandon monwealth. with the following papers at prices ment of the service' we have, or This is the most leisure season oelow mentioned r rather that wo have not got. The Times and of the year wiUi farmers, and as Courier-Journ$1.0Q farmers and farm laborers must it Cincinnati Enquirer The laws of Alabama' have 1.10 Wagons, , .$47i00 and up keep up Uie roads of the county, ii Louisville Herald 90 forced tho L. & N. railroad to a- whether justly or(pot, it is time SulkyTuming Plow c'mplt. 28.95 " Home and Farm 75 dopt a 21 cent rate. How do our " Inland Farmer .86 .75 candidates for Reoresentative overseers were getting busy Pitcher Pumps, American Farmer 90 I fin where they have not vet becun. Pnmr . . Southern Agriculturist 75 stand on low passenger rates in Late workings of the. roads are Ready mixed House Paints 1.07 Gal. Kentucky? Are you gentlemen never so sausiaccory as wiieu L- .30.85 up lowering tlie present thevare worked earlier fn tl.n Pen ToP Buggies. order-e- d in favor When President Wilson of 30 0 tho Secretary of the Treasury rates, or do you think the rail canonn .nrl nrita,''l( ia f ni.nirtH iTnn Riiooim " accept the telephone company's ing directly upon tlie blood nnd mucous sufaces of the system. In range tW whole Bystem when ni buying Hull's Catarrh Chic he sure ls a violator of the laws of our terimr It throng. th., mum... o.r. you .get the genuine. It is taken and a fit man to put into office f......,, suc-- nrH(.PS shn.il.l nnvPr internally and made in Toledo, to enforce the laws that he him- - h.e usp,1 nr.,Bnritinnfl Oliio, by .1. C'l.ii.ey it Co. self violates and induces others from reputable physician, as the TeHiiiiionlals fret;. to violate? There are n plenty damage they will do is ten fold to Sold by Druggists. I'rice 75c. of such men in olfice and others i, r,n,u, ,!t.i v.... ,.U0.V ,i.:.. per Imttlp. j now seeding omce. voters, n from. them. Hall's Catarrh Cure, Take Hull's Family 1'ill. for waken to the all importance of manufactured by F. .1. Cheney it putting observers of the law into office, whether it be for school trustee or Governor of the Com h dip into that $1,000 Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that Contain flercury. reward fund ruiscd in Clark coun-ty to pioseeuto vote buyers and as mercury will surely destroy the eenao of smell and completely de- sellers in that county. 1 ho is going to Go., Toledo, O., contain.-- , no, mercury, and in taken internully, act- p,w '. ft. A New Way oe in Merchandising. al VERY ATTRACTIVE PRICES. $2K45-uDisc Grain Drill, Check Rower Corn Planter, 28.35 " Double Shift Riding Cultivator 2 7,50 " Best Mowing Machine on the market, 34.85 , Felt Roofing, 50c per square H Gasoline Engines, $27.50 up. to announce that from $25,000,000 to $50,000,000 would be deposited by the government in the banks of the South and West, with which to "move the crops" if that much were needed, he made a "big hit" with the farmers. roads are not now charging too much when they get 3 cents per mile? Speak out and let the people know where you stand on this important matter. Many other States have a lower rate. then why not Kentucky? ly pack down Some of the defeated candi dates in the recent primary liave yet not been heard from nor but we guess they will get over in time to come out to day SEE XJS FOR PRICES AIS'l) CATALOGUED. There is a great, agitation for a reform tax system in Kentucky, l tie Democrats have been in uid much money is being spent power now most six months and by its promoters. The system the country still rides high waves pf prosperity. What has become seems better to us than the oper- - of the Republican calamity ition of what system we really howlers? have. Make the railroads and Suffered Eczema Fifty Years some of the big corporations of Now Well. t Seems a long time to endure the it for purposes. Un the State pay fax as the poor tnx- der the Wilson method they get burdened farmers have to do, awful burning, itching, smarting, known as "tetter" the money without paying trib and "we think the present system ute to Wall Street. We are not will be more satisfactory to the another name for eczema. Seems apt to hear of any more tightness majpriry of the people of the good to realize, also, that.DR HOBSON'SECZEMaOINTMENT about moving the large crops of aratc has proven a perfect cure. tlilQ vitnr , . . i j o. win uiny nas been declnr Mrs. D. L. Krnriey writes: "I The Jackson Times Hays the ed nominated for State Senator cannot sufficiently express my Kentucky Railroad Commission in the Mntgonieiy-B6urbo- ns thanks to you for your Dr. for not reducing some of the con- - Clark district ever his opponent. Eczema Ointment. It hue fiscatory freight rates now in Kufus Hadden, by seven votes cured my tetter, which has troub force over the L. & N. from Lex- - Hadden will contest on the led me for over fifty years." All ingtoii to Jackson. From what grounds that Clay bought votes druggists, or by mail 50c. ,we can observe i:i the controver- - " Clark county as in Montgom- PFEIFFEk CHEMICAL CO, sy between the Jackson paper ery county also. It seems that St. Louio, Mo. Philadelphia, Pa. si nd our esteemed member of the Commission, Mr. Garrett, it would be a good idea for Bro Musick to make the coniplaiuts of his paper in a formal way be- tore the Commission. The rates are too high us Bro. Musick says and we would be glad to go Bro. Musick partners in getting them properly reduced. We believe the Commission will act when asked to do so. And say, how about the Com -.monwealth, in Hie Breathitt Cir cuit Coturt niuiulliiiL'.tlie illegal sale of the L. it E. t oti,eL. V? Our representatives down here can find no law to act upon,' they say. THEY FIT SO IS EAT AND LOOK SO IS ICE . t rm n . i no ingu, cost oi living is WE ALSO SELL THEM AT PRICES brought about by high living-o- n ono Hand, und on the other RIGHT. hand, a tendency of labor to quit When you you want tojmy Merchandise, come to farm work in favor of publio works and railrpading, thus traiiF- pur Store. If. you come' one time you'll come back ferring every year thousands of more. As space will not admit of pricing our Merfood produce into food con- Tff chandise, come let us price them to you. immure, ii Dinners must pay Wo are fur labor as much per day (and sure we can interest you in prices inequality. ' ... t i tl. uiev musi un tins n tney Keep crop-movin- Heretofore under the Republican rule, "Wall Street" would squeal about shortage of money, and then large sums would bo deposited by the Federal government in the Wall Street banks, and then they would lend the money to the western and southern banks, which in turn would loan g the after taking celebration the after theNayember election. iMrs. J. W. Williams. Did it Ever Occur to You That an account with a Clean, Strong Progressive Bank gave you a considerable preslige in the business world? Accounts of all sizes welcomed skin-diseas- e by the I i ur-i- Hob-son'- Clay City National Bank, . CLAY CITY, KENTUCKY. - COflE TO OUR STORE Let us Show You this is the Store for Price and Quality. We Hush! Listen Here! Money 9-- i Carry a Full LiWe of Hay ties - Henson Shoes which covers the South like the morning dews Train of Business Rolling Down the Track of Time. made is Money Saved. I H 1 J A . c their labor) us manufacturers und railroads, they will huvo to get even still more than they are now getting for their grain, their I'm beep, their hogs and cattle. This pieuus still an increase in the eopt of living from year to year, us the price of lubor udvances in the future, as it has advanced in the past. The writer iV inclined to tf.c belief that the people 'of Clay l Ladies' $3.50 Trimmed Hats for $2.50 .6c per yard Simpson .Calicoes, Best 4 Sheeting, 25c ii 72 Gingham ; 10c ii Crash Towling, Poplin, 20c .1 Best Pique 25c 25c White and Tan Linen, 1-- We sell tor Cash and Exchange for Pro-duc- e only. WM. ADAMS Xena, Ky. & For next thirty days out sales goods in stock to make room for fall and stock, so these goods are going, call and get your part. on-al- l LOWE & CROWE, Rosslyn Merchants. , a Tho excessive hot weather See "Notice to Taxpayers" in with us. this issue, and meet the Sheriff at the places mentioned and pay Farming Not so Profitable. your tax to avoid yourself the Farming is not the most profitHOME-MAtrouble of going to the county able business in the world, railPAPER. A seat to pay up. road press agents to the contrary notwithstanding, according to The Rev. Chas. G. Mann left THURSDAY, August 14, 1913 Tuesday for his old home at Col- a bulletin of the U. S. Departlege Corners, Ohio, where he will ment of Agriculture. For the LOCAL BREVITIES. join Mrs. Mann in a visit to their first time in the history of farming in the United States the deDr. Irvin was in Irvine Monday. parents. They will return to Clay partment has managed to get acCity about Sept. 1st. curate data on the subject. It Mrs. L. F. Mann is sojourning The Rev. J. 0. Hanley, Presi-dereports that the average income at the famous Oil Springs. of Stanton College, will do of the American farmer is $040.40 Prof. O, W. Campbell, of Leb- the preaching Sunday afternoon a year. "It is reasonable to inanon Junction, was in the city in the Eaton park. A good crowd fer," says the department, "that should be out to hear this splen- at the last of the week. least half of the farmers in did speaker and minister this country have even smaller Misses Bennie and JoycieRich, Individual farmers Elder J. T. Turpin, a former incomes. of Jackson, Tenri., are in the city pastor of Powell's Valley church, here and there have incomes visiting relatives and old friends. was in the city Saturday shaking iarger than this average, but the The many friends of Mrs. C. 0. hands with old friends. Bro. facts indicate that on the whole Eaton will be grieved to learn Turpin is now in the midst of a the incomes of the farmers in that ehe is very low again with revival with his church at Corinth this country, even if we include as a part of the income those Clark county. her old trouble. tilings consumed on the farm Minister Praises this Laxative Roscoe Bowman, who has been where they are produced, is cerRev. H. Stubenvoll, of Allison, located at Normal, 111., since tainly not mdrethan sufficient to early spring, has returned for a la., in praising Dr. King's New pay 5 per cenf. on the investment Life Pills for constipation, writes : risit to his parents. and ordinary farm wages for the "Dr. Kings Nw Life Pills are labar they do, and it is probably Mr. McCutcheon, of Sardis, such "perfect pills no home should considerably less than this. ' Miss., joined his wife here Satur- be without them." No better regliver and bowels. Mothers! Have Your Children Worms? day who has been visiting rela- ulator for tives in the city several weeks. Every pill guaranteed, Try them. Are they feverish, restless, nervPrice 25c. at all dealers. Adv. ous, irritable, dizzy or constipated? Mrs. J. M. Hall and children, Do they continuully pick their nose School to Begin Sept. 1st. of Grain Valley, Mo., left Saturor grind their teeth? Have they The city schools will bt.gin day for their home after several cramping pains, irregular und raweeks visit to relatives in this Sept. 1st, with Prof. J. D. Kalis, venous appetite? These are all Principal. The outlook is good county. signs of worms. Worms not only for a most successful school year. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Colliver, of Prof. Falls gave eminent satis- cause your child sutFering, but Ashland, visited relatives in the faction as Principal of our school stunt its mind and growth. Give city over Sunday. They with Dr. lastyear, and the board may well "Kickapoo Worm Killer" at once. and Mrs. 0. B. Dickson came congratulate itself upon placing It kills and removes the worms, imfrom Ashland in Mr. Colliver's him at the head of affairs in our proves your child's appetite, regulates stomach, liver and bowels. handsome automobile. school this year. The symptoms disappear and your County Judge G. A. McCor-inicchild is made happy and healthy, The Best Pain Killer of Mt. Sterling, has sued Bucklen's Arnica Salve when ap- as nature intended. All druggists "the 0. & O. Railway for $80,000, plied to a cut, bruise, sprain, burn or by mail, 25c. for injuries sustained last Decem- or scald, or other injury of the Kicka, oo Indian Medicine Compa St. Louis, ber, when a train of defendant skin will immediately remove all ny Philadelphia. Pa. company ran over the Judge at a pain. E. E. Chamberlain, of Clin- Mo. Adv. crossing, together with a daugh- ton, Me. says: It robs cuts and As ter, who was killed. A. S. Hart, other injuries of their terrors 'administrator of the deceased a healing remedy its equal don't Trees! Trees! Trees! girl, at the same time sued the exist " Will do good for you. Only 25o. at all dealers. Adv. road for $20,000 for her death. THE con-tintic- TIMES. s USE RAPE MILLS 1AL.OU DE ANUNEXPECTEDGUEST for luncheon or illnner will enjoy the delightful trial of bread that is made from tho Pearl Hour. The loaves made from thiR high grade flour are fine, light, white and of tempting flavor and a satisfying lucheon can be made on ihe excellent bread (with sweet butter) that is made from the Pearl flour. home-made nt Made by J. ANDREW CAIN, Versailles, Ky. When in Need of Builder's Hardware, Cabinet Mantles, Grates, Tiles, te Cooking or Heating Go to or Write Stoves, Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, Winchester, - Ky. k, i Fruit and Ornamental Strawberries, Shrubs, Hedging, Asparagus, Rhubarb, drapes, Roses, Peonies, Phlox, etc. Everything for Orchard. Lawn und Garden. NO AGENTS HARDWIRE & COMPANY'S com eto Our Store And let us show you what a nice line of goods FREE CATALOG Clearance 4 11 H.F. Hillenmeyer&Sons Lexington, Ky. we carry. Our stock of Dry Goods, Notion", Groceries, Hardware, Clothing, Shoes and etc. is replete with J Variety, Style and Quality. THIS COMBINED WITH OUR CAPITAL STOCK, 8100,000 SURPLUS AND UN-- Sale. Wo will sell u( greatly reduced jirices during this Clear- P Winchester Bank, Ky. okJ Winciihtjmi, , TUB 'A i 2 ;3 ance Sale the following: Men's and Boys' Clothing in Low Prices Maku K N. Horj.Y WjTHKiim-ooNC W. II. Sl'lIAK, both Suits and Odd Pants, Men's Hats, ''Queen Quality" low cut Shoes for Women, in both Oxfords and Pumps, Walk-Ove- P)u;hi Oahuikm. r low cut Shoes for Men, and all wash Dress R it to your interest to give us a good share of We strive to please our customers we know satisfied customers are our beet YOUR ACCOUNTS SOLICITED tj your trade. S 8Ai m as ttt c.u sfz is &tt zta. sta. e things We have the new, popular and in all these lines. To give you an idea of the cuts we are making, will give you some prices. Men's and Boys' to 35 Suits and Odd Pan's, 25 Hats at $2.00 to 83.50, Women's Men's 85.00 low cuts at 83.50 ones 4 00. joods. cut, .Men's 3.5U 4.00 Oxfords and Pumps at $3.00, t3.50 ones at $2.00, 83.00 ones at 2.25, Yours to please, WALDRON & JOHNSON, Ky. HlfflRJ J HI M I RICHMOND, KY. 84 00 ones at $3.00, val- II A Training ftlid at $2.00; wash Dress Goods, 25c per yard 20o values at 13c, 10c School for Teachers yfe&l. gChiwU UltftnuHllfcU Of ues ut lOo to 18o per yard, 15c Ht 7 YklM Kratuikf, LIU BUM Cr. ! all FltlilU Sptclt values at Uc, 12Jc values at lie, and value CeiMKt. TultloBTltcUJIp Waltersville, f KMUtool,4.putmt.fMrUullt.. w.rt.lfH , "IT .l,.'."j,AV.V Tm K.ir " : J".'. r IT, r.urtfc TVrn April I, C.uu,,..rr... 0ABBB, VtnlimU. f'"""S.ii dcl. -- j o Hardwick & Co., Stanton. i 9 0 candidate, but just simply "hoi !" lor" T. J. Wright, road overpeor, do W. N. Crabtree, our road sur serves to be praised for the fine voyor, has put his road in good or shape he has fixed his part of the der. Say, Oh say, ye "Wise men road. from the East," when will we The Faimer's Barbecue, given have a better road law? the 20th inst., by J. N. Camden Kandall Hanks, of the South of Versailles, a Farmer's Union Fork, was here last Saturday on man, will be slightly attended by legal business. Mr. Hanks is the the F. U. men of this place. happy possessor of more Powell Mrs. G. W. Clark and daugh county 6oil than any other cititer, Mrs. Nelson, attended the zen in the county. quarterly conference meeting at J. E. Barton, State Forester, Jackson's Chapel Sunday, und at Frankfort, has written ye corspent the day at Mrs. Pryor's in respondent a letter to the effect that community. that Powell county will be pa Mrs. Gravett's children from trolled this fall by expert forest different places have been sum ers from Washington, D. 0. moned to her bedside. At this The Times of August 14, says, writing she is at the point of death, and the end is thought to 'the railroads furnish an outletfor our best and wealthiest citibe only a few hour?. zens." wouia it not. do oetter to ship those "knockers" that SPOUT SPRING. Prof. Hrnley spoke of in his arti Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Christopher cle of Aug. 7. People of Powell of Clark county, spent a few days county, let one of your number say here and now, that when Mr. with relatives here last week. Hanley wrote that lie certamlv Little Jack Conlee has been handed us something it will pay suffering several days with to read and some form of mouth trouble. We quite agree with the editor Mr. Malony has moved to the of this paper when in a former railroad camp and taken charge issue he earnestly asked the vot- of u boarding house. eis to vote for competent men to (ill the various offices in the eoun-tv- . Mr. and Mrs. Jake Tipton, of That is the thing that, we Irvine, visited the family of Mo have been ve Uing about for sev . J ses McKinncy a slioit time lust en years, but tnus iar nave ianea We are in to siet an audience. week. deed dad to know that "Cousin" Jonas Burton and daughter, John has taken up the reins. Miss Mattie, of Lawrence county are visiting relatives in this com Commissioner's Sale. munity, and on Hardwick's creek S Powell Circuit Court. Aquilla Snowden will have a John D. Atkinson, Plaintiffs, versus 1'ublic Sale of crop, stock and etc., Aug. 27 at his residence at Win. Byrnes. in Enuitv.Defendants. Notice of Sale this place. He will move to Win By virtue of a judgment and order of Vaughn's Mill. "hoora-for-hoora- w Farm Drain Tile Make Your Wet Land Productive. See us for cur time vimu. Mrs. J. W. William. OVER 6K YEARS' EXPERIENCE turn that low, wet, useless, swam- By the use of drain tile you cut. Constipation "For many years 1 was troubled, in spite of allsocalledremedlcsluscd. At last 1 found quick relief and cure in those mild, yet th orough and reauy womtorrui 1 py 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 and makes it easy to work. It improves any soil. The lnnrence in tho value of the land is many times the cost of the tile, The first year's crop from tiled land pay? for It. Any body can do the work successfully. Write for particulars or ci' II at out plant. wurva'nrt.i NC'S Anyone saniUng a kptr'i ntitl ricarrlpllon mar qnloklr ucorinlii our cphtlmi frco whether an liitenllon Is prnhnbly nnteniaMA. H1NDUO0K onl'nleutl utit free. OMeat aaeitcf forsevtirlrt t I'HIOIIU IHBCT1 IDroURIl 01U11I1 S tprcLil notice, without obeme. Intue CopvniQtua Ac. RADE IYIAHKS D COIGNS NewLifePills Adolph Bchloceclr, Buffalo, N.Y. 25 CENTS TER BOTTLE AT ALL DRUGGISTS. Scientific American. A hundiomelf lltnutrifeil wrrktr. I ."Trent elr. dilution of aiif solentllln Jiuiriml. Terms, fl a yesn four months, U SoMbjrul) newsdealer. MUNN & Co Branch Office, Red River Brick & Tile' Company, STANTON . KENTUCKY You Need a Tonic IIIIIII Lfjri'New York C D. 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 1 There are times in every woman's life when she needs a tonic to help her over the hard places. re-rea- d. the Lamp Oil that Saves Eyes Nothing is more Important In the home than clear, steady light. Inturo tms ay geniDg ue on tnat Durns clear and clean without a flicker down to the last drop. Pennsylvania, crude oil refined to perfection. Costs no more than the Inferior tankwagon oils sares MONEY sarca WORK eaves eyes. ' Your dealer has 80LITE OIL lp barrtla direct from onr works. 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 sucli 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. . ft I Cfias. C. Stoll Oil Co. Lexington, Ky. Refinery at Warren, Fa. We sell the celebrated "No Cub" Auto OIL Has Helped Thousands. BSTSWSWSWSB , Chester. Bayard 0. Rogers arrived from Indiana Saturday to make their home. We wel- come these good people into our community. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Conlee, of Stanton, was here the first of the week to see his little son, Jack,rwho is very sick at the home of his sister, Mrs. Shelt McKinney. . i auove cause, urn uuuer- igned will on the 1st day of Sept, 1913, it 1 o'clock n.m.. or thereabout, (being Court Day,) I will as Coin'r., proceed to offer for sale at Public Auction to the highest bidder, on a credit of six tvm.itfto ilin flntirt. llmiso rlnnr. Stanton, Ky., the property mentioned !. 11.. J..,li...tn.i t. .i II IIIC jUUliu;iii, ..In nf l lw TVtii'nll flfivMitt ("Villi rule v.. I'm ii ..w..v aereu ai me June term, ivio, . i .i. 1 v ' pan. uiere-- . , ni in tue RIGHT HERE; IS YOUR CHANGE TO BUY THAT TYPEWRITER! Typewriter Talk by This is a a Typewriter Man to the Readers of The Clay City Times. straight-from-the-Shouldsr m-ni- Byrnes and the Boone Hotel property ; thence a southern course 2SJj poles with old line of Wni. Byrnes to corner of Mrs. Thos. Boone lot, now owned by to first line, a west course, 9 (Jougleton Lumber Co., has moved his family into the house on liuks to the beginning, or sufficient thereof to produce $190.00, so ordered ue maue. The nurchaser will bo reuuired to give bond, with approved security, for the payment oi the pu remise money, to liavo tho force and effect of a Keplovin Bund, bearinc lejml interest from the day of sale, according to law. Genet. Bidders will be prepared to comply Our new school house is now with these terms. A hen will bo retained on tho property completed and school is being purpliase money is paid.sold till all the taught thertin. Bond payable to Commissioner. KOMULUS JACKSON, Bert Chester, the sawyer for Master Commissioner Powell 0. C. and promises us that his shall be maintained this winter in the best possible con dition for the labor allotted to his command. Overseer Curtis Bowman has stake, thence north course parallel with John begun working his part of the first lino 23K; poles to comur of and 12 D. Atkinson thence east 0 pole road road poles to No other typewriter- - built re gardless of any eluiins mndu is the equal of the new Fox Visible- Typewriter either in material usea, or in workmanship, or in the number and convenience of its special features. Thero aro ninny good typewriters being built and sold, but wo claim for tho new lux Visible Typewriter that it is better tlmn the best of these, and that its automatic features com; bined cannot be found in any other typewriter. The New Fox is n typewriter that will meet with the approval of tho most critical user. A single demonstration will o you we will make it at our expense, if you will parmit us. con-vinc- Whether you have had the usu typewriter or not, you have paid for one many times over. Yes sir, wo mean it; everyday you continue using the old, glow method of writing witli u pen you an unconsciously paying for a typewriter. .Tho farmer who cut his grain with a scytho pays with every drop of sweat for a reaper. If you are neglectful of your wearing apparel and oxposo yourself unnecessarily to the rain und cold you uro paying for tho very things that would have kept you well and comfortable. Hcmembcr this and mark it well: Ypu must pay pay. pay for the necessities of this life, whether you use them or not. of a Mullen's branch. B. F. Martin und wife, of this place were visiting friends and relatives at Lombard last Satufr day and Sunday. Now that thu primary is ovpr, let's not "halloo" for anv certain Z20NE t)f BOURBON POULTRY CURE THIS IS THE NEW VISIBLE FOX SENT ON FREE TRIAL, Express Paid. BETTER THAN THE BEST OF ALL OTHERS." .S3KEBHaUBKaCHsaHH Look at the Illustration of our New Fox Visible Typewriter, shown aboye, and comparo it with any other typewriter you have ever seen or used. Hero is h really VISIBLE typewriter note that tho printing point is on top in plain l'- lit, and that the typo bars rise from whero they uro lying and strike tbe platen in full viow of the operator, and in a direct line of vision, and that all of what you have written remains in full sight until the paper is removed from the typewriter. Compare this with tlioso old sHlo typewriters, that somo firms ure still advertising as vlsiblea, but on which tho printing point is beneath the typenars, and "you have to look down into them or between them to see what - SHIPP'S 'I QUICK-RELIE- F LINIMENT. Ills Is the Hnlmentthe people are talking about. down a chick's throat cures A few drops In the Sapes. water cures and prevents cholera, diarrhoea and other chick diseases. One 60c bottle makes 13 gallons of medicine At all druggists. Sample and booklet on of Fowls" Bent lTtEE. Bourbon Romsdjr Co,lulsfta,'l7 ''Ota-eases it is the most wonderful remedy for relieving pain 1 have ever used. Oupt, Andcrnnu Hurry, Lexington, Ky. I Used this liniment und tho pain and n;irt'iiess disappeared Hko magic Jailer V. T. Jiullun ir, Lexington, Ky. For relieving aches and pains this I nlment bents anything I ever saw. J. II Lctton, Lexington, Ky. It U the only remedy I have found t'mt has given njn any rdit'f since 1 was inrulized futiryeurs ago Jirs. Susuu welborn, Nowbur, Ind. If U falls to relieve any pain in my )uN of the body in llfteen minutes, uk In your money back. .SOLD proiuitir obtained luall I'oi'r.m.-- , OR NO rtz. THADi.iiaaKa. I'utv . o, I'boll, lor Mnd rLrtih. I on iiy, J'att.j'viract. Ilitrrnl. BAhK KiriaZNCCS. I neiin i rr,u in .11111., IK trotr I iiu,iiin,t.iJ l .plfnl Wlilf I l urn- wilt aiui 01. n l tiluul, li.iilner, lulunuaUoo. you have written. Touch a key in tho keyboanl and you change the color of your writing instantly from black, bluo or purple to red. Press tho Tuuulator Key at the left (in front) for piirugraphing, writing tho complimentary closing, e. ; also for all kinds of billing. At tho right (in front) is our Back Space Key. This mores the carriage backward for making corrections, or putting in punctuation. This ke v also enables tho oporator to erase a word of three letters and write one of four in its place. Tress tho Stencil Key miown at the left (front) for iraking stencils from which thousands of duplicate letters can be made. Four rows of keys reduce tho shifting The right Shift Key locks a.itninatically for wilting in all caps. A positive automatic. Line Lock prevents you from writing beyond a predetermined line. The ribbon travels In u "isig-zug- " line not straight across from spool to spool us on others thus using all o tho ribbon und making It last thivo or four tlnieH as long as on other typewriters. The ribbon automatically l.tolf from one spool to tho other without any attention from tho operator. Carriuges aro interchangeable, and run pn b dl bearing tracks, l'lntens aro removable, to that both a hard and soft plateir-cn- n bo used on the same typewriter. Hxtremely light touch, " No falling leaf is lighter thun the touch of the Fox Typewriter." Choice of Elite, Pica, Condensed Homan, Medium Itomun, or Italic Tj pr wo carry more thun three thousand special type in stock, of our own manufacture, and can furnish keyboards for any language. The Fox has an easy, almost noisejess uctlon, is very durable, and is sent complete with cleaning outfit and metal cover with hardwood buso. This is the Fox, tho typewriter wo manufacture this Is the typewriter that we w 111 sons to uuyone anywhere Intho united States on Free Trial, all express charges fully paid no "redtapts" nodeloy no obligation to buy. If purchased after-tria- l you can puy a ljttlo down whatever you can spore and tho baluuce in BmaU'montlily payments. Iteader, In all sincerity wo can honestly say this proposition has never been equaled by any other typewriter company, and all we ask' Is that jou write us today NO V giving us your numo and address'so wo can send you our catalog and write you personally about our typewriter and Free Trial offer. one-third. D. ItV ALL LICADINO JJLUUULSTri. 303 Soventh St., Washington, SWIFT & CO. PATENT LAVVVFBS. D. C. Fox Typewriter Co., Manufacturers, JSSFSSSiSmu-ClaCity Times, Local Representative for Clay City and vicinity.