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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): August 28, 1913 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1913 cla1913082801_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 28, 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. CLAY CITY TIMES. ' i.oo a Year In Advance. " We are here to help Clay City, the SnrronnJing Conntry mi Onrselves. rj .1. E. Burgher, Publisher.' VOL. XVIII. An - CLAY CITY. KY., THURSDAY the subject of a lecture to be deliver ed at 4 p. m Sunday in front of the Olay City depot by A. L, George who was tried for murder in Texas nearly 00 years ago, sentenced to hang, but later was commutatcd" to life imprison jnont,an(i served fivA years in the penitentiary "when" th guilt? party ' died, confessing that George was innocent, whereupon he was pardoned by the Governor, Those who have heard this lecture pronounce it fine and say that every young man and boy of the land should hear liim talk. AUGUST 2t, 1913. STANTON NEWS. NO. i5 Error. Sometimes we think we are too radical, and often we appear more . radical than we really are by monconstrued sentences. In this issue for instance, in an article about ruilroads, we. nre made to 'say: the railroads "are .really uev- iirawf Mjojusiioe'-- i .mis-ma- After a lingering illness of chronic stomach trouble, Mrs. O. O. Eaton passed: peacefully away on Sunday njgjit last, at her homo near t'hiB city. Deceased was a daughter" of J. W. Henry of this place apd had been a resident in our midst practically all .bfi.UffltSho leaves a father, husband and fivb children; three thai, these roads, "are rarely ever girls and two boys, four of whom whom are small, to mourn the brought to justice". In spite of loss. She united with the Presotir greatest efforts, errors like byterian church during early life this will occur in each issue and and had been one of its faithful too, all. because of illegible handmembers. Funeral services were writing. Oftentimes the persons conducted at the home by the setting this type have to guess at Rev. L. F. Mann, burial in the about half what we write, and - only thefamily lot in the Eaton Cemetewonder is that there Death of Mrs McKlnney. ry, on Tuesday afternoon. are not more erors than what Mrs. Nancy McKinney, wife of is. there Among those from a distance Marion McKinney, died at Spout attend.ng the burial were : Mrs. Elder J. I. Wills, the pastor, Spring, Estill county, Thurs- Win. Snowden and Lemon Henwill begin a protracted meeting day afternoon last at about 3 o'- ry, of Clark county, Joe Henry nrtfrlt Yto L i th of Pm&mll'a Vol- - l clock, after a. lingering illness Trim mo viiiuiuii wv unvu o w and F. O. Mize, Jr., of Irvine, ley .the Frst Sunday in Septem- with tuberculosis, aged 28 years. Mesdanes F. O. Mize, Sr., and ber. He will be assited by El- Funeral sevices at the Methodist J. G. Fitch, of Jackson. der W. A. M. Wood, State evan- church Saturday by the Rev. L. In the pajt.ten years KenF. Mann. Deceased is survived gelist. tucky has advanced educationalby her husband and three little From ollicial sources it is learn- children. She was a member of ly from the forty-fiftto the ed that Kentucky has secured the Daughters of Rebecca, and twenty-firs- t Stale. about 11,550,000 00 of the U. S. three women of this order came Treasury fund for moving crops. from Lexington to assist in the Yaughn's Mill. s of this money will burial. Messrs.' Wm. .Shimfessel and go to the banks of Louisville. S. G.. Baker attended court at R. W. Garrett bought twenty WintdYestor Monday. dispatch from Beattyville A yearling steers ut Winchester brings the sad intelligence that Monday at about GJo per pound. Mrs.Mary McKinney from near Tuni.Nelsen. is at' the- - poin-pf- . W i uehfcstor, and-"JlA tin Fi n deallf. His brother, Charlie NelMrs. Loufe Habenecht, of Conear Mt. Sterling, visited son will leive at once for the lumbia, S. 0., is visiting her sis- friends at this place over Sunbedside of his brpther. ter, Mrs. W. T. Adams. day. Don't forget the meeting in Mr. and Mrs. Bert Barnett, The Ladies Aid of the Christian church will give an ice the Eaton grove Sunday after- Mack Gravett, Joseph Shimfes-se- l and Mrs. Ida Burgher returncream supper Saturday night for noon. ed home the first of the week afthe benefit of the church. EvMrs. B. M. McPherson.of Win the death aud burial of Mrs. ery body invited. Chester, is visiting friends in the ter Gravett, the latter's mother. E. B. McGlone was called this city. The death angel at lust knock week to Carter county to the bedMiss Jennie Littlepage returned at the door of Mrs. Melviu side of his mother who is very ed to her homo at Louisville Gravott's and took from us one sick. who will be greatly missed by all. The deceased was 00 years of ago and leaves a large family to mourn her loss. She diedn bout 12 o'clock Saturday night, and the vacant chair in this h Turee-fourthri "What Will (live a Lecture. is a Prison?'' is Mrs. Baton Passes Away. ney-fro- Let Us Show You Some of Our New GOODS. Some Beautiful New vReadytoWear Suits that are bound to please. Our line of v. homo will not only be missed by her relatives, for she was loved by old and youug, in fact all who know her. She was cared for tenderly during her sickness by loving hands. She was a member of the Christian church and owing to the devout life she lived, we have every reason to she is at rest, and we nre consoled when wo think that, af ter a few days, we shall see her again. The funeral wus preached Sunday at 2 p. in. at the Christian church by Rev. L. P. Mann. be-liov- e 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 be at the following places tlio time ii you up ready for the summer weather with goods that are both stylish and cool. We have our usual large cerainly please you. full store and can SHIMFESSEL'S. mentioned for the purpose of col. leoting tax ; At Clay City, Aug. 30, u Hard wick's Creek and Roger's Chapel, Sept. 5, At Virden and. Nuda, Sept. 12, " Stanton and Iiowen, " 19. The tax books are so heavy that they cannot be carried at all times, thus persons who do net pay their tax at these places will be required to come to the county seat and pay, T. C. Hall, Sheriff. held for recovery, Is getting much better. She was able to get down Mrs. Morton and ch'ldren, of to the Sunday Kchool this past Sunday, and great hopes are entertainLexington, are visiting Mrs. Mar- ed thatshe will getcompletely well. garet Vance this week. Dr. I W. Johnson is having JohnChaney is working with the some plumbing done by a man from L. fc E. Railroad now at Cane Lexington and when he finishes wiM have a fine water work Creek in Breathitt county. system installed. He expects to Mies Maude Boone attended the put in a gasoline engine and with funeral of Mrs. Gravitt,"o"f Hard it to. be able to pump his water. do the churning, washing and to ! wick's Creek on Monday. otherwise useful about the place. Mr. and Mrs. Van Martin bnried We are entering an age when the other twin Haby Sunday. They can do the most of our housework and farm work by machinery'. lost both babies in one week. House work which has been such a Dr. A. T. Knox was married last dread to womankind can be made Thursday to Mrs. Mary Maxwell, very pleasant if she will install the of Rosslyn, oy Rev. J. C. Hnnley. suction cleaner, the dish washer, the washing machine, the Miss Emma Botts, of Mt Sterand labor saving devices in ling, has been visiting friends on the home. But the cost of install-inuathese things is too much fr.r Hatcher's Creek, and returned the most of our pocket biota, vnd home Mondny. so we do things in the same old way. Thp canning factory lias opened A L. George, of Texas, who wan up again and tomatoes are coming tried for murder ami sentenced to in by the wagon loads. The toma- deathand was within three days of toes look fine despite the dry weath- death at one time but after five years in the penitentiary was found er we had. not to be guilty of the crime fur Mr. Sant Hardwick and his. chil- which he was accused, will speak dren, Susie, Sarah, a id Richard, at the depot next Sunday at have all returned home but Mr. o'clock and tell of his experiences of whut a is. Hardwick will return to his work there will prisonlarge We hope tlno be a crowd out to on the new railroad. hear him, especially our youni; Miss Callie Jackson, brother and men who are inclined to he wild. sister of Middletown, O., after a and let the speaker impress upon their minds whet it means to be m month's visit to relatives and prison It is easy tocommitacrip' friends in Stanton and adjoining but not until they are in prison do they realize the awf illness of their counties, returned home Sunday. crime. It is far better to live i Mis Laura ..Morton tAok.p6isonJ useful life and a' creditand last Sunday in an attempt to end uplift to the world than to be .1 her life but the doctors were called criminal and shunned by society in time to save her. She begged and shut up behind prison wall for years or for life. thero to let her die but she in now The roads are beinir worked in oat of danger. many parts wf the county now and Mr. P. II. Ewen and wife of New. mnch of the work being done is .i. Ross, Tnd., touied from their home waste of time. The writer traveled in an automobile and will visit their over one of these newly worked many relatives in this county. roads last Sunday and it will illustrate why the time spent on it wn Misses Anna and Gladys Welch acwaste. There were deep washout companied them here. in the road and it was dished in the Mrs. M. A Phillips gave a birth- center. The washouts or sullies in the road were tilkd up with looso day dinner to her husband Tuesday dirt and the road was kft dished and a.ll the children but Tony were as it was before. The next heavv home for the event. Any one who rains that come will wash out th knows Mrs. Phillips' ability as a loose dirt and leave it in worm shape than it was before This cook knows that the dinner was a road ought to have been plowed on success. both sides and the dirt thrown to Mr. Ance Norton and wife and the center till it was rounding a'l ditches made their niece, who has been visiting over, and then good road sides of the Instead them, went to Cincinnati Tuesday on both of the water (lowing down the cenwhere they will visit Mr. Norton's undoing all road sister and then go to Middletown ter of the done, undwoulo llnw offthct inhad been it Caland visit their daughter, Mrs. to ditches and leave the road dry lie Davis. in a short time after the storm. Miss Kate Reed, of Beattyville, is Most of the roads in Powell count visiting at Mrs. Bettie Hard wick's are either Hat or scooped out in the We are always glad to see Miss middle so that the water connot Kate as she has a smile for every- drain off, aud thus we have the roads in the bad we 'it her seabody and couldn't jet mad if she wanted to. She is dearly loved by son. Every road overseer ought to a host of little people as well as have u King Road Drug and use every time the roads are worked. grown up ones who know her. This keeps the dirt always to the There was plenty of evidence of center of the road and rounding i i whiskey in town last week. One the middle. The writer has seen man does quite a business carrying them demonstrated and knows of heavy suit cases for these men aud their vulue in making fine roads. one suit case was so heavv that he In Kansas the average cost of keepcaned it with great difficulty. The ing the roads in good condition was writer as well as the carrier was $12. SO a mile hut after the King convinced that there was more than Road Drag was introduced the ava gallon in it. erage cost was reduced to less than who taught in the $!l a mile and the roads were nev Prof. Shearer, College lust year but hus been er in such fine shape This drag Dieachins in Minnesota this past can be made for a trilling and anyDesummer, is here on a visit among one writing to the Agricultural 1) 0. or bis manv friends, and then will re partment, Washington. for Farm, turn to Princeton University where any of their CongressmenUse of the Bulletin ll'll on the he will continue Ills stumta anoth- ers' see Split Log Drag on I'irth. ltotds, wi'l er year. We were all glad to receive this bulletin aud cm learn Prof. Shearer again all about its usefulness. With tl' Mis Malindu Hatton, of iiatton drag und proper use wo could have Creek, who Iuih been so dangerous- liood roads al1 over Powell count v ly ill from tumor of the stomach, with the same amount of work tlmi and for w horn there was uo hope is put 'Mi the nulls th'.--e day;. tlx-doct- w' kitchen-cabine- t ll ) to-b- e aw-fi- ll i i r THE TIMES. PUBLISHED KVKKY THURSDAY. Subscription rates 81 a year or three years in advance 52. J. E. Hurghcr, lubllshcrr Entered as second-clas- s mail matter. Thursday, - - August 28, 1913, CLUB RATES. For the convenience of our subscribers, we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices d below mentioned : The Times and We heard of some wealthy parCourier-Journ$1.00 ents lately wondering what to " Cincinnati Enquirer 1.10 do with a young daughter just 90 " Louisville Herald We feel 4 ' Home and Farm 75 coming into society. " Inland Farmer .75 that we could give them some " American Farmer 90 profitable advice, but of course " Southern Agriculturist 75 they will not take it. Our adhard-presseal their share of just taxation. The railroads violate the laws of our land at will, pay tax on about what they should, and nre really never brought to justice. Why shouldn't they be as common individuals are? Our laws as applied to railroads nre also deficient. They provide in some instances for what they shall not do, but neglect t6 impose a fine for .violating these laws, Our statutes should be revised so as to impose penalties for all violations of the law, whether the offense be committed by wealthy railroads or poor, individuals. one-fourt- SPOUT SPRING. J. H. Dawson, of Winchester, was in the neighborhood last week. Elzie Burnett has purchased the Winburn place near the bridge for $285. Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Garrett of Irvine, visited friends here Saturday and Sunday. A New Way in Merchandising. - h VERY ATTRACTIVE PRICES. $21.45 op Check Rower Com Planter, 28.35 " Double Shift Riding Cultivator 27.50 Disc Grain Drill, Best Mowing Machine on 34.85 the market, 50c per square Felt Roofing. Gasoline Engines, Wagons, $47.00 and up SulkyTurning Plow e'mph. 28.95 Pitcher Pumps. .86 1 " Pumps, 1.60 " Ready mixed House Paints .07 Gal. Open Top Buggies, 30.85 up Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Lowry, of 30.95 Normal, 111., are visiting rela- Top Buggies, 1 $27.50 up. tives in this vicinity. Moses McKinney and W. J. Christopher were among the Winchester court visitors Monday. Geo. S. Ware has purhased the Wm. Ware place from the heirs and will move there about the first of the year. SEE US FOR PRICES A INI) CATALOGUES. Mrs. J. W. Williams. V?" - Five years ago when the bridge across the old mill race at the Clay City National Bank became deficient, the owners of this race, the Kentucky Union Company, was notified to repair the same. The company failing to do this, they were fined $30 $5 per day for six days. When another case was registered agaiut fhem, the company got a writ of prohibition. The company agreed with the town authorities that if this case was decided in favor of the town they would pay for building a new bridge at this point and the one at the lower crossing too. With this understanding, the town built two new bridges. The case went against the company and they have paid their line to the city, but the pay for these bridges is not. forthcoming. The writ of prohibition was also dissolved so the company could be fined further. The bridge at the lower crossing is out and the company is liable for a fine of $5 for each day they have allow ed it to 60 remain. Why do the city authorities not arraign the company for its failure to keep up these bridges and collect these tines? And further why do they not collect the cost of these bidges formerly built? The towu needs the money and it is justly due it. Alfred Crow has rented of J. T. Wright his farm now tilled by George Dunaway. He will move vice in this case as in all others here about January 1st. is: Uo to the kitchen, roll up your sleeves and help mama cook, Mr. and Mrs. D. M"Kinney, of wash dishes, make up beds and Winchester, attended the burial sweep floors. The most pitiable of their niece, Mrs. Marion Mcc eature in existence is a young Kinney at this place Saturday. girl that has been taught that she is too good to do house work. Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that Contain flercury. No girl should be allowed to marry unless she can pass an exami- as mercury will surely destroy the nation with 100 per cent, grade sense of smell and completely de, range the whole system when enon all kinds of domestic labor. tering it through the mucous surOur candidates for Represen- faces. Such articles should never tative, so far, are silent as to he used except on prescriptions what they will do in regard to from reputable physicians, as the aiding the passage of laws that damage they will do is ten fold to will give us lower freight rates the good you can possibly derive over our pampered railroads, from them. Hall's Catarrh Cure, and as to a mile passenger manufactured by F. J. Cheney & rate. Why not Kentucky have Co., Toledo, O., contains no merthe lowest rates in existence? cury, md in taken internally, actWe can if we will, and the Times ing directly upon the blood and will be fighting for this till the mucous sufaces of the system. In twelfth hour because we know buying Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure 'tis right and'we aim always to you get the genuine. It is taken champion the right thing at the internally and made in Toledo, right time, and now is the right Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co. time to get justice. Testimonials free. Sold by Druggists. Price 75c. The increased cost of living is per bottle. largely due to the increased deTake Hall's Family Pills for mand for uew things which in part have become a necessity. Did it Ever Occur to You That an account with a Clean, Strong Progressive Bank gave you a considerable preslige in the business wctld? Accounts of all sizes welcomed by the Clay City National Bank, CLAY CITY. KENTUCKY. Hush! Listen Here! Money Train of Business Rolling Down the Track of Time. made is Money Saved. 11 If some of our good people in- tending to migrate to the s regions would take a few Blue-gras- days oil' and go now to that section and see how 6hort the grass is; how badly the corn is fired up, n nd how distressing every other thing not here mentioned looks, then come back to Powell and see how green our pastures ure, and thrifty our corn looks where Let us Show You this is the p Store for Price and Quality. properly cultivated, we believe they will be better satisfied with their native heath. The indications to us are that the corn yield in Powell this year will exceed that of either of our neighboring Bluegrass counties, while the. whole season through, our pastures have been Mhe equal of the pastures of our more favored neighbors. If our countymen would look at the many good things we huve, und try to improve our roads and farm lands, mill homes, we could soon have an enviable county in which to Carry a Full Line of Hay ties Hen son Shoes which covers the South like the morning dew. We THEY FIT SO NEAT AN P LOOK SO NICE WE ALSO SELL THEM AT PRICES RIGHT. wunt to buy Merchandise, come to our Store. It' you come one time you'll come back more. As space will not admit of pricing our MerWe are chandise, come let us'prico them to you. sure we can interest you in prices and quality. When you you :! Ladies' $3.50 Trimmed Hats for $2,50 6c per yard Simpson Calicoes, 25c " Best 4 Sheeting, (i 72 Gingham 10c " Crash Towling, 20c " Poplin, 25c " Best Pique 25c " White and Tan Linen, 9-1-- 11 .1 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. Ml: V" LOWE & CROWE, Rosslyn Merchants. We sell tor Cash and Exchange for Pro- reside. We are frequently asked by persons that don't thoroughly understand us, "what we have the railroads". We have no more against the railroads than we do against other common In w breakers, anil other chur. Liter wlu vonnive to escape1 "WE USE" DANIEL BOONE AXLE GREASE duce only. WM. ADAMS Xena, Ky. & SON, Made In Kentucky by CHAS. C. STOLl OIL CO. And don't have to greaue but once a week. Lexington, Ky. d) rm A HOME-MADE TIMES. PAPER. August 28, 1913 THURSDAY, LOCAL BREVITIES. ,. Attorney Mt. Sterling, Henry JVatson, of was in the city Tuesday. Mrs. A. M. Burgher, and son, Shelby, visited, relatives in Winchester ' lustl.'tweek. t i.., Dr. Martin reports the birth of Mr. and .Mrs. f4ia'ughterto D.-- Adams August 15th.' . I Quite u number from the city pain. E. E. Chamberlain, of Clinand county attended court at ton, Me. says : It robs cuts and Winchester Monday. As other injuries of their terrors a healing remedy its equal don't The State Council o the Jr. O. U. A. M. will be held at Jackson 'exist " Will do good for you. On ly 25c. at all dealers. Adv. beginning on Tuesday, Sept. 2. Mrs. McOlone and children reRev. J. 0. Hanley, President turned to Morehead last week. of Stanton College, preached one The bright little daughter was of his forceful sennonns at the very sick during her former visit Eaton grove Sunday afternoon. there and grew much worse when Special invitation is given to she returned to her home. While eyery man, woman and child to at Morehead the little child was attend the opening exercise of under the treatment of Mrs. father, Dr. J. Wilson. tlie city School, Monday, Sept. '' ' Her return there was to get the 1st. advantage of Dr. Wilson's treatThe Clay City National Bank ment. The little girl is afflicted has another one of their Jine with a serious and complicated statements in this issue of the trouble. Times. Read it and fedl that Suffered Eczema Fifty Years yqur money is safe when on deNow Well. posit there. Seems a long time to endure the . Mc-Glon- Levi Thompson, son of Prof. Elder and Mrs. A. Easter returned Sunday from n visit to D. A. Thompson, a former prin-- j cipal of the Clay City Schools, High Bridge and Cincinnati. has joined the U. S. Navy at f Andy Led ford, of Crab Or- Chicago. chard, spent a few days wirh The funeral services of Silas relatives in the county last Haddix will be preached the first week. Sunday in September at the LitThe Hareis Commercial Bank tle graveyard, on Cane Creek, and the Breathitt County Bank, near Elkalawa. The services of Jackson, have consolidated, will be conducted by Rev. L. F. with a combined capital of Mann, of Clay City. Everybody The name of the new invited. Jackson Times. institution will be the Ilargis The 111th annual session of the Commercial Bank and Trust COPVRIGHT North Disttict Association of Old Company. Baptists was held with the church The Best, Pain Killer at Log Lick near the Powell Made by Bucklen's Arnica Salve when ap- county line Friday, Saturday and plied to a cut,'brube, sprain, burn Sunday. This association a? or scald, or other injury of the organized in 1802 and has met skin will immediately remove all each year since then. $75,-000.00. sHOPE & MILLS AN UNEXPECTED QUEST will enjoy the delightful trial of home mud" bread that is made frotn tlx: Pearl Hour. Tlie loaves made from tbi.s high grade Hour are line, li'ht, white and of torn ti r tr llavor and a satisfying lueheon can be made n '.he excellent bread (with xweet butter) that is made from tlie lVarl Hour. for luiic.beoo tir dinner J. ANDREW CAIN, Versailles, Ky, Floyd Clay, of Stanton, was here this week with a view of engaging in the mercantile business in Irvine. He is pleased with our prospects and is anxious to to secure a business here. Mr. Clay is a nephew of Judge llardwick of Powell county, and is well equipped with business ability and finances. Estill When in Need of Builder's Hardware, Cabinet Mantles, Grates, Tiles, Tribune. Mothers! Have Your Children Worms? Cooking or Heating Go to or Write Stoves, Ethel Duncan, little daughter of 0. W. Duncan, of L. & E. Junction who has been sick with typhoid ftver, has recovered and was brought to this city Tuesday to be with relatives. Miss Mrs. B. Littlepage and little son, Oiwin, of Louisville, were in the city the first of the week, vusitiug old friends. Mrs. has sold her property in the eastern portion of the town to Tom Mount,. Lit-tlepa- awful burning, itching, skin-disease smarting, as "tetter" another name for eczema. Seems good' to realize, also, that DR. known HOBSON.'SEC7,KMAOINT.MENT. has proven u perfect cure. Mrs. D. L. Kmney writes: "I cannot sulliciently express my thanks to you for your Dr. Eczema Ointment. It has cured my tetter, which has troubled me for over fifty years." All druggists, or by mail 50c. PFEIFFER CHEMICAL CO, .St. Louit, Mo. Philadelphia, Pa. Hob-son's Are they feverish, restless, nerv ous, irritable, dizzy or constipated? Do the' continually pick their nose or giind their teeth? Have they cramping puins, irregular uid ra venous appetite? These are all signs of worms. Worms not only cause your child siliFering, but stunt its mind and growth. Give Kickapoo Worm Killer" at once. It kills and removes the worms, im proves your child's" appatite. regulates stomach, liver and bowels. The symptoms disappear and your child is made happy and healthy, us nature intended. All druggists or by mail, 25c. Kickapoo Indian Medicine Company Philadelphia. Pa. St. Louis, Mo. Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, Winchester, - Ky. Adv. Trees! Trees! Trees! Fruit and Ornamental Strawberries, Shrubs, Hedging, Asparagus, Rhubarb, drapes, Roses, Peonies, Phlox, etc. Everything; for Orchard, Lawn and Garden. NO, AGENTS HARDWIfiK & COMPANY'S Come to Our Store And let us show you what a nice line of goods we cairy. FREE CATALOG Clearance H Our stock of Dry Goods, Notion', H.F. Hilienmeyer&Sons Lexington, Ky. Uroeerie", Hardware, Clothing, Shoes ami etc, is replete with Variety, Style ancj Quality. ft' m THIS COMUIN'ED WITH OUR fi CAPITAL STOCK, SIOO.OOO f" 8UUPLUS AND UN- BIVIDKD PKOFITS. uoo.ooo i Sale. si We will sell at greatly reduced prices during this Clearance Salo tbe following: Men's and Hoys' Clothing in j Winchester Bank, okJ Winohhtkk, Ky. EJ tub S Low Prices Make N. UOLLV WlTllliUBI'OON, PlIKH. ' Y. 1i. both Suits and Odd Pants, Men's Hats, "Queen Quality" lo.w cut Shoes for Women, in both Oxfords and I'uinps, Walk-Ove- r Oahiiii:k. ;J low cut Shoes for Men, and all wash Wo. bavo Drets things wo Joods. tho new, popular and To give you an idea of the cuts it to your interest to give us a good share of We strive to please our customers be- fc5 YOUR ACCOUNTS SOUOITHU U in all tliese lines. are yi.ur trade. making, will give you some prices. Suits and Odd Pants, tbf0 to Huts at 83.00 to 83.50, Women's Men's 85.00 low cuts at 83.50 ones 4 Men's and Hoys' cut, Men's tS.ftii 4.00 Oxfords and cause we know satisfied customers are ourbest assets. Pumps at 83.00, $3.50 ones at 8i.(i0, $3.00 ones at 3.35, Yours to please, WALDRON vv ctiLCj & JOHNSON, $g &4 p iiic, ivy. m ffiUf 1-- 00. 84 00 ones at S3.0U, val- RICHMOND, KY. Hill CJ A Training i'r A at $2.00; wash Dress Goods, 35c per yard '20o Uc, School for Teachers Conrad U'ft4liu( t KltawitUrr. lutcrti.sdUUi'itl Llfl Hlftla V.IM l ill ful.llo llfii.ivt. ues at 10o to 18o per yard, values values at 13c, ISc U 7c. r kvbtnii, gbluwU Cvuhmi CvurMl. Tulllwa Ntt.lM. urw r f u'l1 tin IxtiliU. TwlUblid lT.r-U.-- li.. tuj )'rvHinkUp. lltvlt to j( tkf I at He, 13ic values at and 10c values mmmI Iriilului bulMI dor. ..J.uj. PoU-tl- . , ' rlil.Tmi-.UI- rul. Sowui" J. n. CUADHIt, VttMtnU. Hardwick & Co., Stanton. Genet. W'KKK.) II. S. Martin ami Joe Mullens links to the beginning, or sufficient Rev. Ball is conducting a pro- made :i Hying trip to Pnlsey last FOR SALE One second hand thereof to produce $100 00, so ordered tructed meeting ut this place. Sunday. to be made. printing preps, size 0 x 1JJ, good The, purchaser will be required to Miss Lutie Billings was the Mrs. Belle Martin .and Mrss trade marks as new. Wiil sell very cheap. give bond, with Approved security, for Dewqnm I. illie Knox were visiting Mrs. J. guest of Mrs. W. II. Miller Monthe payment of tho purchase money, to Copyrights Ac For particulars apply to have the force and effect of a licplevln AnronMn6lnBa.th (lid dMCrtSUonaMT day. II. Mullens, nf Lombard, lust omon Owen Patrick, Knnbrell, Ky. Bond, bearing legal Interest from the Qnieftif mawtwim our naifHMiiiKin9wnnitwu imnrnnini. inreminn it pronnnir iiuturdny and Sunday. IhiiUdtrltttrmrrOiletitliU. HtHMDM oil lktnU day of sale, according to law. Several boys and girls, of Cow cut frM.' Olrttot uM, foraacumic Mtanla. I'atanU taken tbrauh Jlunn ft Co recatrt Bidders will be prepared to cc tnplv Berry Birch, the old Confeder- Creek, spent Sunday ut this Commissioner's Sale. with these terms, A ien will be r trttlal tutltt, wltfMyit ckirf, in lfr ' taincd on the property sold till all the ate soldier of this place wlir. re- place. Powell Circuit Court. purphase money is paid. A hindaomalr lllatntd WMklr. fomtt cently drew a pension, says lie Mr. and Mrs. It. 0. Newkirk, John D. Atkinson, PlulntifTs, of anrttMI0'lnrnil. Teran, H a Bond payable to Commissioner. yew I roar month!, il ' bom or ail tictrfamun. versus feels young; enough to shoulder of Miller's Creek, spent Sunday KOMULUS JACKSON, Win. Byrnes. Defendants. . his musket again and "hike for at this pluce. Master Commissioner Powell 0. C. Notice of Sale in EpOity. Dixie land". By virtue of a Judgment and order nf Mrs. Maud Case and children, sale of the Powell Circuit Court, ren The Courier-Journa- l says, n of Indianapolis. Ind., are visit- dered, at the June term, 1013, thereof in the above cause, the under liiuti in Clay county, (Ky.) made ing ut this place. signed will on the lst'day of Sept, 1013, the raco for Magistrate in the reor thereabout, (being at 1 o'clock Allen Shouse and family re- Court Day,) p.m., asCom'r., proceed to I will cent primary and did not get a turned to their home in Indian- offer for sole at Pubiio Auction to the single vote. Great kriinuny highest bidder, on a eredit of six apolis, Ind., Monday. months-- , at the Court House door, crickets! What is the matter Mr. F. Powell and daughter, Stanton, Ky., the property mentioned with the man? Well, all the in tne judgment, consolation we can ofl'er. him is Miss llutli, spent Sunday' with Beginning at an old corner of Wm. Byrnes and the Boono Hotel property : After Few Years ef DucMtrafiaf I had gotten so weak I could not stand, to hunt up and join that long Geo. W. Lvle and family. thence a southern course 28H poles with and I gave up in despair. list of "also runs" that is Miss Minnie Webb, of Miller's old line of Wm. Byrnes to corner of Cmiitiwu, Mrs. Baleck Gate Mrs. Thos. Boone lot, now owned,, by from the mouth of Big Creek, was the guest of Miss At last, my husband got me a bottle of Mrs. Atkinson ; thence at righfdnglc Sandy river to a horn bean on Blythe Saturday night and Upk Despair. HisUmI Cardui, the woman's tonic, and I comthe headwaters of "Polly Blue" Sunday. menced taking it. From the very first SHIPP'S QUICK- Cum to Reset. fork of Birch's brunch. dose, I could tell it wis helping me. I RELIEF LINIMENT. Say, Mr. Land Owner, is it not REPORT OP THE CONDITION This is the liniment the people are can now walk two miles without its OF THE about time you let up on the talking about. tiring me, and am doing all my work." devastation of your timber? The Clay City National Bank It is the most wonderful remedy for Catron, Ky. In an interesting letter If you are all run down from womanly relieving pain I have ever used. Capt. from this place, Mrs. Bettie Bullock time has come when "timber is At Clay City in the state of Kentucky, Anderson Berry, Lexington, Ky. troubles, don't give up in despair. Try timber". Powell county has an at the close of business Aug. Oth, 1013. I used this liniment and the pain and writes as follows : "I suffered for four soreness disappeared like magic. abundance of timber, yet mostly years, with womanly troubles, and during Cardui, the woman's tonic It has helped RESOURCES. Jailer W. T. Ballenger, Lexington, Ky. of a second growth. Now to il more than a million women, in Its SO 1 Lonns and discounts $70,041 34 For relieving aches and pains this this time, could only sit up for a little lustrate: The stumpage on those Overdrafts, secured and un liniment bents anything I ever saw. J. while, and could not walk anywhere at years of continuous success, and should cross ties that are being made at. 002 73 II. Lctton, Lexington, Ky. secured It is the only remedy I have found all.- At times, I would have severe pains surely help you, too. Your druggist has is 5c per stick. We will U.S.Bonds to secure circul'n 25,000 00 this time that has given me any relief sincel was ia my left side. sold Cardui for years. He knows what 24.747 60 buy then that you agree to take Bonds, securities, etc naralized four years ago Sirs. Susau Bankine-hous- e. furniture and Welborn, Ncwburg, Ind. The doctor was called in, and his treat- it will do. Ask him. He will recom that price and send the tie mak 1.000 09 fixtures If it fails to relieve any pain in any ment relieved me ers into your forest. We will Due from approved reserve for a while, but I was mend it. Begin taking Cardui today. part of the body in fifteen minutes, ask 13,066 30 agents tuke one sapling for example I Write tt: for your money back. soon confined to my bed again. After Advisory .DtpC,.Chattanoaea MaHrln. Cn Sptciai 600 00 Chattanoota. Tenn.. (or SOLD BY ALL LEADING It will make Serosa ties that will Notes of other Nnt'l banks. an your caae and inttructiom book. that, nothing seemed to do me any good. Treatment fr Women," tent in slain wrapper. Koot currency, DRUGGISTS. 6t bring you 15 cents. When the Fractional paper cents 18 66 nickels, and chopper cuts, it down it will Lawful Money Reserve in Bank, viz: $3,637 05 lodge and hang on both sides and Specie Legal tender notes u 600 00 the top until he will have to cut 4,137 05 down at least a dozen more thrif- Redemption fund with U. S. 1 ,250 00 Treas'r556 of cirTn) ty saplings which are worth $2.50, to get the first one dowu on the Total . . . . . $141,664 57 ground in order for you to get LIABILITIES. 15 cents. Is that all? Nope. Capital stock paid in $25,00000 Typewriter Talk by This is a The maker will chop down a Surplus fund 5,000 00 hickory sapling to make him a Undivided profits less expenses a Typewriter Man to the Readers of The Clay City Times. maul, and another to make him and taxes paid 770 47 an ax handle, both are worth a Nat' bank notes outstanding 25,000 00 665 62 dollar apiece, which is $2. Thus Due to other Nut'l Bunks.... Whether you have had the use you see you have destroyed $4.50 Individual deposits subject to 84,015 08 No other typewriter built re check gardless of any claims made is of a typewriter or not. you have worth of timber to get 15 cents. Cashier's checks outstanding paid for one many times over. Yes the equul of tho new Fox Visible 304 60 Typewriter either in material sir, we mean it; everyday you The railroad company dont give -- Furnace. (I.A8T Margaret Richardson has to first line, a west course, 0 poles to north sold her property in this city to stake, thenco poles course rarallcl with first lino 23K to corner of John Wm 0, Martin. Dr. D. Atkinson ; thence east 0 poles and 12 ft Irs. nnmiK OVER ee YEARS' EXPERIENCE : HUSBAND RESCUED DESPAIRfNG WIFE jo-w- ii: scat-tere- d L-d- iu ! x -- . RIGHT HERE IS YOUR CHANGE TQ BUY THAT TYPEWRITER! straight-from-the-Shoulder a kitty if you chop down and .state Total ok $141,664 57 haul to their track all your timber big enough for a "walkin' .stick" and ship over their line. All they are looking for is the "Dough fer haul in' it." . County ok Jefferson, ss: I, Frank B. Russell, President of the above-name- d bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to tho best of my knowledge and belief. , Frank B. Russell, Pres. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 20th day or August, 1013 Minister Praises this Laxative Public. Rev. H. Stubenvoll, of Allison, Edward W. Rhubesky, Notary 31, 1014. My commisoion expires Jan. la., in praising Dr. King's New Cohkeot Attest : Life Pills for constipation, writes: Chas. Scott, 1 James B. Hall, Directors. "Dr. Kings Nw Life Pills are J A. T. Whitt, fetich perfect pills no home should Kentucky, ) i in tlie number and convenience of its special features. There are many good typewriters being built and sold, but we claim for the new fox YiBtble Typewriter that it is better than 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 tho most critical user. A single demonstration will convince you we will make it at our expense, if you will permit us. usea.or in workmanship, or 'iSSSfllpBBiPjbA rlBHV' continue usingtne oiu.slow method of writing gwith a pcuyon are unconsciously-psyinfor a typewriter. The fanner who Cuts his grain with a scythe pays with every drop of sweat for a reaper. If you are neglectful of your wearying apparel and expose yourself unnecessarily to the ruin and cold you are paying for tho very things that would have kept you well and. comfortable. Keinembcr this and mark it well : Yoa must pay pay pay for the necessities of this life, whether you Use them or not. without them." No better regulator for liver and bowels. Every pill guaranteed. Try them. Price ,25c. ut all dealers. Adv. bo te THIS IS THE NfiW VISIBLE FOX SENT ON FREE TRIAL, Express Paid. "BETTER THAN THE BEST OF ALL OTHURS.' Farm Drain Tile Alake Your Wet Land Productive. field into the most productive Bot on your farm. Good tile, turn that low, wet, useless, lty the use of drain tile you cat. swam-py properly placed, not only carries off surplus water, it admits air to the Mill and niuke it easy to work. It improves any soil. The incieuce in the value of the land is muny tunes the cost of the tile. The first year's crop from tiled lund pays for it. Any body can do the work huccessfully. Write for particulars or call at our plant. Red River Brick & Tile Company, .sTANTON' Look at the illustration of our New Fox Visible Typewriter, shown above, and compare it with any other tvoewrit- er you have ever seen or used. Hero is a really VI8IHLE typewriter note that the printing noint is on topjb jlattu-slghtand that the type bars rise from where they are lying and strike the platen Jn full'viow or tlie.o'pertor, wKIr a vision, and that all a,of what you have written remains in full sight until the paper is remoTe4Mre tHe ' ... ,4,. If MUMBN POULTRY CUKE direct lino of r . . !i .. .. ,4 it il ..it vjriicwriicr. vdiupsTu mis wiwi muau uiu biviu typewritere, .1 luai soihu uruia ure ...ii auveniBing as viaiuies, ou on: iiu i down a chick's throat cures which the printing point is beneath the typebars, and you have to look down into them-o- r between them to see what pe, A few drop In ttie drinking water cures and you have written. Touch a key in the keyboard and you change the color of your writing Instantly from black, blue prevents cholern, dlanhoei or purple to red. Press tho Tabulator Key at the left (in front) for paragraphing, writing the complimentary closing, and other chick dfscai.es. One At the right (in front) is our Back Space Key. This moves the carriage backward for Mc bottle makes It palloniot etc. : also for all kinds of billing. making corrections, or putting in punctuation. This key also enables tho operator to erase a word of three letters and medicine At all druggUts. Sample and booklet onY,nis. writo one of four in Its place. Press the Stencil Key shown at the left (front) for making stencils from which thoucases o( Fowls" cent TOEE. sands of The right Shift Key locks duplicate letters can be made. Four rows of keys reduce the shifting Bourbon Rtmidjr Co. b>oa, Ij automatically for writing in all caps. A positivo automatic Line Lock prevents you from writing beyond a predetermined line. Tho ribbon travels in a line not straight across from spool to spool as on others thus using all " of the ribbon and making it last three or four times as long as on other typewriters. The ribbon automatically itself from one spool to tho other without any attention from the operator. Carriages aro interchangeable, and run oh ball bearing tracks. Platens are removable, so that both a hard and soft platen can be used on the same typewriter. Extremely light touch, " No falling leaf is lighter than the touch or the Fox Typewriter." Choice of Elite, Pica, Condensed Itoman, Medium Iioman, or Italia Type we carry more than three thousand special type in stock, of our own manufacture, and can furnish keyboards for any lunguage. The Fox lias an easy, almost noiseless action, Is very durable, and is sent complete with cleaning outfit and metal cover with hardwood base. This is the Fox, the typewriter wo manufacture this Is the typewriter that we will send to anyone anywhere in the itr- o. Mo ttK. (romwjrobutnea In Ml klid United States on Free Trial, all express charges fully paid no "rod tape" nodelay no obligation to buy. If purchased ..... . . i.,hi1 mhi, li i..i it... i'OW rtellH . rl. uftcr trial you can pay a little down whatever you can spare and the balance in small monthly payments. I rmt dironTon ik.iiiuu nr. I'lfeutviic lea cxdutWtlr. SANK scrcnf Header, in all sincerity we can honestly say this proposition has never been equaled by any other typewriter comenai rtnta in ;r..".::,'.r.'.".7''j.,!".s" pany, and all wo ask Is that you write us today NOW giving us your name and addressto we can send you our cata-lo- g patent Uw ana odirr and writo you personally about our typewriter and Free Trial offer. luU lutoniialloa. 1 , . ..t . . . . one-thir- d. "zig-zag- ds - i . hi. D. SWIFT & CO. rATtHT LAWYERS, KENTUCKY a 3 Seventh St., Fox Typewriter Co., Manufacturers, VSSffl Clay City Times, Local Representative ISfifi&u Washington, D.C. for Clay City and vicinity.