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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): September 4, 1913 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1913 cla1913090401_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.): September 4, 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 GL AY CITY TIMES. U.oo a Year In Advance. We are bere to help Clay City, the Snrronniing Country and Oorselves. .1. n. Burgher, Publisher. VOL. XVlll. CLAY CITY. KIT., THURSDAY. ' SEPTEMBER 4, J9I3,- , NO. Mi fmiiiTSi ' Fifty Years Ago. Bridge Needing Repair. Teacher's Institute. Doc Dehart and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. STANTON NEWS. The following information is The floor on the Waltersville The Powell County Teachers' Neal of this place attended the fuInstitute will be held at Stanton bridge and on the approaches on obtained from Col. R. R. Perry Mr. and Mrs. James Johnson, of neral. "Fifty years ago today on the Winchester, buried their last week with Prof, nnd Mrs. R. both sides of this bridge is worn little baby The contest in the Christian EnS. Eubank, of the Southern out and will soon have to be re night of the thirtieth of August in our conietery last Tuesday. deavor Society between the Crowe School Journal as Instructors. paired. Vo learn the city is try 1808, there uras a frost that kill Mrs. Fred Blackburn !s spending and Campbell side came to a close growing vegetation The. Department of Education inc to cet the county to repair ed all a fortnight at Torrent to escape the Sunday night. A rousing meeting has promised 'to send some good this bridge. The true status of throughout Central Kentucky. closed the contest in which nearly was in the Federal army, Ninth bay fever at this time of the year. rjwkflr to address the Institute the case if? this- - The hridtre m very member was present and took The little girl of Robert Baker's Ooates, Rtu the built by the Kentucky. Oivnlry. We started part. The Campbell side won the fallSchool Supervisor will likely town and the town can be held on a march from Frankfort, go- fell from a tree and severely hurt contest and that means that the he the speaker. Mrs, Bohannan, responsible for any injury accru ing South. Before day. on the herself one duy lam week. She is Crowe side must 'ive a bauquet to doing well. Superintendent, has designated ing to any individual or stock in morning of the thirtieth, the winners. We trust that those this day as "Parents', Teachers' crossing it. The only way the noricea mat tue ground was Mrs. Mary Jackson is visiting who entered this contest will conwas nd Trustees' Day". Everyone city can get around repairing this white. The thirty-firs- t her brothers and relatives and th tinue to keep up their attendance interested in the cause of better bridge is to strike out the terri bright sunny day and before old home phace at Owingaville in and to take part in the regular educ ition and better schools, is tory covered by this bridge and light all of the tobacco, . corn aud Bath county. .t meetings. The contest will be a urged by Mrs. Bohannan to at- approaches from its boundary ouier growing vegetation were Mrs. Bettie Hardwick and Miss failure if you allow yourself to fall tend on that. day. line. It is an easy matter to do wilted. back in the old rut. Do your part "Fifty-nin- e years ago, 1854, Kate Reed, who has been visiting this at any regular meeting of her for several days, have gone to to keep up the interest and to niuke City School Opens. the Council, and it should be known as the dry year, there was School opened Monday with an done. This Territory wns only no rain during the growing sea wii oprings to iry me water mere. the society a live wire in the town and to enlist the young eople in unusually large attendance, and incorporated in the city limits son after the first of July Mrs. Henry Morris sold a sow aetive service for God. the prospect for a good school this for the purpose of building this Practically no corn was raised, and nine shotes that weighed a year is manifest. This is encour-- , bridge. It has served its purpose, the gardens all dried up and bout seventy-fivA. L. George spoke to a very pounds apiece for . . aging, and the patrons 6hould now let the city unload it on the destitution in Kentucky the win $71 to a Mr. Norton, of Winches largo crowd in the railroad cora- lend a helping hand to the teach county. y's lot where Mr. Burgher ter following; and large numbers ter. ers. The majority of disturblives. His lecture was intensely of stock died form starvation." Miss Mi.be! Ewen is visiting ances in all schools occur on acTrial of the Last Road Case. intersting to those who heard him Winchester Sun. friends in Winchester aud from count of the parents interfering and he gave some excellent advice In the case of exceptions filed there will go to Londan, Ky., to Visits Home of Forefathers. with the proper disciplining of by Edwin Rose against the coun to young men about the currying Mrs. Hattie Gibson and her teach in the High School where of pistols and drinking of whiskey their children. We hope to have ty in the matter of the new road none of this this year. There has between this city and Stanton, daughter, MissElva, have recent she taught last year. and showed how they will get them Rev. Mr. Kimmelshue, of Xenia, into trouble. Two thirds of the been no complaints of this kind tried out in the Couuty Court ly been visiting Mrs. SudieRingo in our schools for some time, and Monday, the damages were rais and family. They are uieces of Ohio, will commence a revival convicts in all the penitentaries uf we hope it will be some time to ed from $350 to $500. This brings Mrs. Ringo. The visit was a very meeting at the Prest'yterian church our country are there because of come again before we learn of the total amount of damages for pleasant one. as City City was the Sunday. We hope they will have whiskey and pistols. Most of the another case. crime committed in Powell county road up to $800. This home of their grandfather,' Judge a splendid meeting. As a Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lowe and comes from the same source. upon the face of it, seems to be a John Frencbl one of the old pio Corn Ooto IJp. i when it isun- - nsers.jUus&auntry,nd-watliChildren; of Missoari; are 'visiting rub tho ones who drink whiskey light darriagej-bu- t .Corn which was plentiful not derstood that so many made con builder of the Red River Iron at Mr. Jchn Jackson's and other can least afford it and tliey aro the many weeks ago at $2.50 per bar- cessions in Works, and, also, the foreman of fiiends and relatives in the county. ones wno nave tlie least l i this the matter of fencing until and gave rel haB steadilv dim bed-u- p straight same for many years. Mr. Wil Mr. Lowe is the grandson of M.. world's goods. A man will spend a the it is now $5.00 per barrel and out, it may be considered a little der, the father of Mis. Gibson, Jackson. dollar for a quart of whiskey when scarce at this price. While there high, but not was chief nail cutter under Judge his family is suffering for the verj enough, it is Mrs SVrn. Neal has been at the is yet plenty of old corn in this French. This was Mrs. Gibson's necessities of life. There isn't a thought, to block the opening of county, the short crops in the first visit to this place, and she bedside of her sister, Mrs. Joe Hon, man in Stanton that buys whiskey this all important road. bluegra8s counties have forced said it was a real pleasure to near Lou'bard for several days. but whut that money is needed in Mrs. Doc Delia rt another sister was the prices up there, and this has The new Christian church at view the old home of her grand called there Friday n.orning ex- - the home. The reason whv we stimulated the advance in this have so many bums, loafers and Union Hall will be dedicated the father and father, and drink from prcting her death any minute. county. shiftless men in our county is he- Fourth Sunday in this month the spring at the old oak from i which her grandfather and fami Mrs. Hardin Adams and son und cause they spend nearly every thing E. B. McUlone is iu Frankfort livery body is invited to come ly and father had drunk for her mother, Mrs. Eversole, of Sun. they mak for whiskey. To every and bring a woti tilled basket. on a business mission. many years long ago. Their vis tlower, Miss., arrived Tuesday to one who uses whiskey it degrades it was greatly appreciated by the visit at the home of Mrs. Hardin their character and manhood, they Ringo family. Adams' brother, E. 11. Fuller, our lose tho respect of the people when i genial and enterprising bunker. they sjo staggering up or down our Passes Away In Carter County. Miss Dora Hutton, who has been streets using such vile language, and Mrs Parthena McUlone, aged 68 years, died at her home iu pick with tuberculosus trouble for acting so unbecoming a gentleman. Curter county last week after a severul months, died Friday night We desire to call attention to the brief illness of pneumonia. She und was buried on Saturday at trustees of tho several school dis Her tricts that many of the scholars are is survived by eleven living chil llatton Creek gruveyurd. dren, nve girls and six boys. Mr. death is the result of measles la not attending school. As we have It,, li. McUlone, ot tins city is a ken when we had the epidemic a compulsory school law in which son of the deceased aud was at each scholar is required to, attend her bedside when she passed u- - teie. way. Tho First Ohio Presbjtcry of the between tho ages of seven and frur-teewe hope that tho trustees will United Presbyterian Church will Card of Thanks. meet uext Tuesday and Wednea. see that ibis law is enforced in Wo wish to thank our many in this Some Beautiful New friends for their kind help d nr. day at the Presbyterian Church in their district. We uelii-vng the sickness of our beloved our town. All members are urged nw because it means a better Ken tucky when illiteracy will be done to attend these sessions. It is companion and mother. away with in the coming generathat there will bo some lino tions und Kentucky will t.ike her Melvin Gravett and children. speakers present. line of that are bound to please. Our uco in the front rank of stttes iu George Folk nor, of Slnde, was Tho horse which Miss Grace education. We hope that the teachu tho city Monday on business. ers will urge their trustees to have Maxwell was 0 riving ran away und all the hchnluis in the ill district to atn crossing a ditch threw her out tend. Let there be Notice to Taxpayers. on und running into a tree the horse ho part of everyone to wipe out I, or one of my deputies will be broke loose from tho buggy and the stain of illiteracy that lests on A law at the following places the time went back to tho barn of Mr. Dan- - Kentucky. enfou-e- is no ace unit should be seep to be appreciated. Come in and let us fit unless it is and this lau mentioned for tho purpose of col el Miss Maxwell was not seri deserves to hu enforced to the limit you up ready for the summer weather with goods that are both tux : ously hurt and will soon bo all .Many of the scholars are kept out lor no excuse whatever. It a hoy stylish and cool. We have our usual large full store and can At Hardwiok's Creek and Roger's right. or gill does not want t: go to schom Chapel, Sept. 5, Mrs, Hon, the widow of Joo Hon, cer'ainly please you. At Virden and Nada, Sept. 12, und whoso biokners bus been spo lie parents make no e.'iort to have many go " Stanton and Buwen, " 19. ken of abov., died Friday afternoon them to in as theyeases hut allou them do pleuso ll'ev The tax books nro so heavy that and was burled at tho home grave try boy and girl in Kentucky ver they cannot bo carried at all Union, yurd on Sutniday. There were compelled to go to school till tlu who do nrt pay their-- l ten brothers aud sitters and she is were fourteen years of ug-- tln-thus persons would soon hu less vote buy t re nun tax at these places will bo required survived bysix. All of them were sellers, lehfl crime and fewer ciini' to come to the county seat and pay. at the funeral excepting one. She nals in our penitential bs and . T. O. Hall, Sheriff. was seventy-siyears of age. Mrs higher standard of iiioim s. city-Umijw- jrfl . . k e . the-no- a right-of-wa- y -- Let Us Show You Some of Our New GOODS. n ReadytoWear Suits Lawns, Percales, and other Dress Goods m i SHIMFESSEL'S, i i . x THE TIMES PUllLISHEt KVGKV THUKSUAY. New Industry for Mountains. Canned fruit may become the typical product of the Kentucky mountains if a movement set; on foot by church people and mountain evangelists and approved by of Subscription rates 81 a year or three ture meets with the success years in iidvance Sii. ticipated. J. C. Hurghcr, Publisher. Ihitered ns HinrHday, Beeomi-clas- the State Department Agriculanac- Markets arc not cessible for the mountain fruits, which grow in abundance and s mnil mutter. 101 3 - September 4, CLUB RATES. For tlib convenience of our sub we have arranged club rates ilh the following papers at price? below mentioned: I'ho Timk8 and Courior-Journ- " " ' $1.00 1. 10 ' " " Cincinnati Enquirer Louisville Herald Home and Farm It land Farmer American Farinpr Southern Agriculturist 90 75 .75 90 75 will go along. great variety. Consequently, much of it goes to waste, and in times past more of it. has been converted into brandy. Next year it is proposed (o make a thorough canvass of the mountain country in the interest of the girl's canning clubs. Commissioner Newman said he intends touring portions of Eastern Ken tucky this fall after the State Fair, and Mrs. Helen Walcott, who is 111 charge of the canning club work and has spoken at institutes 111 that section, probably - A Friend. system. Testimonials' sept free. Prico 75 cents per bottle. Sold by Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Devray, of all Druggists. Vdv. Clark county, spent a few days Take Hall's Family Pills for con lust week with the parents of the stipation. latter near tlnVcitv? as a love for those to whom we givebiith. Every move we make, excites our nerves to make an other. Let us, therefore, in ev ery instance, strive to improve existing conditions and better a dapt ourselves to them, and not strive to follow in the wake of SS Si tho many other persons of our county who have moved to other counties, after making a nice little fortune here. They have gone there to get the conveniences of Wo that we, remaining citizens must secure for ourselves, or many more of our citizens will continue to leave us as the many have done in the past to get these advantages of life that we nat- urally have not. Let us wake At Stanton Court Monday the writer heard one of the best post yd and closest observing citizens of the county say I'owell county was in far better condition both socially and financially before M10 railroad was built into our midst than it has since ever been und he was quickly corroborated Uy every one present who knew the couuty at that. time. The Times ae well as every observing citizen of the county who can remember that far back, knows tin's to be true. The restless disposition of so many of our now best citizens, was then a stranger. All were satisfied with their county ami were striving to make it better, instead of, as it is now, striving to nake money and go to some oth er county and make it better. we must seel; contentment in our native couuty, and devote our energies to make it a fit hub itation for our children. Let us strive to leave our county an in keritauce an well as our children We should have a love for the land that gave us birth, as well A German savant- wants to know how long a dream lasts. That often depends unon how long you putn off the marriage ceremoney, or how long before election day. Acting so as to keep out of trouble no sure sign of How's This? We oiler One Hundred Dollars Reward for and case of Catarrh that etnnat be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. The grim Death Chariot halted We. the undersigned have known And stopped at our neighbor' door, F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, And a loving wife and mother Borne nway to the distant shore. and believe him perfectly honora ble in all baeiness transactions and Oh, full of duties the life of her financially able to carry out any Who hath quietly passed away, Toiling for those she loved so dear, obligation mand by the firm. Filling each busy day. National Bank of Commerce, When our hearts ate torn with nngtiishj Toledo, O. Let us in the Lord confide, Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter- Keep within our minds this lesson, nally, acting directly upon the Jesus Christ for us hath died. blood and mucous surfaces of the Death of Mrs. Oravctt. Mrs. Polly Qravett, wife Melvin Gravett, died ot herhonit near Vaughn's Mill, after ten weeks of hard suffering, tlurin which time every thing that lov ing hands could do was done Funeral services conducted by Rev. L. F. Mann at Hardwick Creek Christian church. Buria in the cemetery at that place in the presence of a large number of people. Deceased was GO years old and a member of the Christian church She. leaves a husband and eleven children to mourn her loss. How an we express the loss und sor row of the husband walking alone or of those children who loved her so dearly. Their devotion to their mother was something beautiful to see., Mrs. Gravett was a Christian hearted woman in sickness or af fiiction of any kind. She was al ways ready to help in any way she could. A loving and helpful companion and mother. She also left two sisters who were at her bedside during her sickness. The children left to mourn her loss are: Earnest Gravett, George Gravett, Mrs. Jeff Wright, Mrs. Wm. Wells, and Mrs. Chas. Bush, of Powell county. Mack Gravett and Mrs Bert Baruett of Clark county, Mrs. John Burgher and Mrs. Joe Shimfessel of Fayette county Clarence Gavett of Illinois, and John Gravett of Iowa. A New Way Wagons, $47.00 and up SulkyTuming Plow c'mplt. 28.95 " " Pitcher Pumps, .86 " " Pumps, 1.60 " Ready mixed House Paints 1.07 Gal. Open Top Buggies, 30.85 up in Merchandising. - VERY ATTRACTIVE PRICES. Disc Grain Drill. $21.45 op Check Rowet Com Planter, 28.35 Double Shift Riding Cultivator 27,50 Best Mowing Machine on the market, 50c per square Felt Roofing, 345 Top Buggies. 30.95 Gasoline Engines, . $27.50 up. see us iron i'rices ais'i catalogues. M rs. J. W. Williams- - Did it Ever Occur to You That an account with a Clean, Strong Progressive Bar.lc gave you a considerable prestige in the business wcild? Accounts of all sizes welcomed by the Clay City National Bank, CLAY CITY, KENTUCKY. Hush! Listen Here! Train of Business Rolling Down the Track of Time. I I nHnsBin Money 9-- made is Money Saved- 4? 9.- COflE TO OUR STORE 1 Let us Show You this is the Ladies' $3.50 Trimmed Hats for $2.50 6c per yard Simpson Calicoes, 25c ii Best 4 Sheeting, . Gingham Hay ties Hen son Shoes which covers the South like the morning dew. RIGHT. Store for Price and Quality. We Carry a Full Line of i Grash Towling, Poplin, Best Pique .' White and Tan Linen, 7 10c 1-- 2 ii 20c 25c 25c Fornpxt thirty days cut sales on all goods in stock to make room for fall and stock, so these goods are going, call ;and get your part. . up. There are a class of people in this country that has all along tmid, "give us a tariff and thus enable our manufacturers to get ig prices tor meir products, so that they can give prices for la l)or." Now that farm products iiave soared so high of late, many of these same people are now say. ing cattle and hogs are ton high, poor people cannot live at the prices. They forget that high priced farm products, like they claim manufactured products, will en.tblo tho farmers t'o pay tnoro for their labor be. c'Htiso they get more for their products. And we are sure the farmers will come a great deal nearer giving this increase willingly than will the conniving ti'umifartiniiig concerns. high-priced THEY FIT SO NEA TAND LOOK SO NICE WE ALSO SELL THEM AT PRICES When you you H our Store. more. to buy Merchandise, come to If you come one time you'll come buck Mcr-chundis- want LOWE & CROWE, Posslvn Merchants. - sure will not admit of pricing our come let us price them to you. We itre we can interest ytm in prices ami quality, As space tAJw. ; ik Kk r. ' The beat lubrication We sell for Cash and? Exchange for Produce only. without carbon WM. ADAMS Xena, Ky. A SON Greer (rea u free). Ure oil. or water-Aprf ect oil for either Kweaauwmoujea. Meaeiroajnneetrennejr! an! Crude. ApiJ.0ila,hle;hfire teetollwhl M freely. Positively free from earLon. On . ant purchase of coe bU. of No Cub AntA Oil WUI fur. iteel barrel with faucet, Asa to um by Xu for permutes t etoraxe. PrlMofollla yew (wtEee. ca, CHAS. C. STOU ON. CO. vrf uunHutUnL btw. el gTOM.KY. fwiiitliei Keats mtlmrn. THE A HOME-MADE TIMES. PAPER. 1913 Dr. J. W. Johnson, of Stanton, was called hero yesterday in con sulfation with Dr. Martin, in the case of Mrs. Win. Larison, of Hardwick's Cieek, who is sillier ing a relapse of typhoid fev'er. Elder Paul Dcrthiclc, the Sun day school man will go to Beat tyvillo Saturday where he will attend the Lee County Sunday School Convection Saturday and Sunday. Oo You USE MILLS EX.O U Lv AN UNEXPECTED GUEST for luncheon or dinner will THURSDAY, September 4, Mi- - There has been considerable activity in Clay (Jity in real es tateof late. The prices are nil LOCAL BREVITIES. ing low too low to report. This Hobart RuBsell, of Louisville, only shows our city to be a good is visiting relatives in the city. place to locate and buy a home. Mies Ruth Eaton is visiting There seems to be but little in relatives and friends nt Winches- terest in the coming election ter. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Johnson peut Sunday ith Wesley Gar-renear Stanton. Mr. VlftT tt Miss Mary White, of Winches-tena.hefffunt- V Mrs. T.'G." White, over Sunday. Monday was Labor Day. It, was observed in this city only by the bank and the postoflice. 'Squire Wm. Davis and Henry Tipton, two of Hardwick's Greek leading citizens, were in the city yesterday. Misses Grace and Reese Shim-fesshave returned from a visit to their sister, Mrs. S. D. Hali h el r at Lexington. A. B. Hampton and a Mr. Clay, t two prominent Olark county cattle men, were hereSatprday buying young cattle. J. B. Eaton weighed up to Gas Saturday sixteen good cattle that averaged 900 pounds sit G and 0 cents. P: GofT Charlie Duncan has been stationed by the L. & N. as operator in this city and will move his family here at once. Mr. and Mrs. Asa Burgher, Mrs. Myrtle Burgher and and Mrs. Bettie Burgher spent Sunday with relatives at Filson. chil-dren Mrs. E. N. Wilson returned yesterday from Counersvilie, Ind., where she has been visiting her daughter. Mrs. Wash V.aught. Fear Consumytlon? No matter how chronic your cough or how severe your throat or lung ailment is, Dr. King's Now Discovery will surely helpjyou ; it may save your life. Stiilmnn Green of Malichite, Col. writes: "Two doctors said I had consumption and could not live two years, I used Dr. This is pleasing to all peaceful King's New Discovery and am a- minds. Later, however, the ex livoand well." Your inony refund citcment will grow higher and ed if it fails to benefit you. The higher until the result it an- best home remedy for coughs, colds nounced on the day of election. throat and lung troubles. Price 50c. and $1 00.t Guaranteed by all .' ' George, the Texarcon' dealers. Adv. vict delivered his lecture here Card of Thanks. Sunday afternoon to a very large I desire to thank our many crowd. His talk proved what, whiskey and pistol carrying will freinds for the unselfish assist do for us, and how they get us ance and sympathy extended to into trouble whether we do any myself and family during the long sickness and recent death of my thins: or not. beloved wife. I am very grateDog days will end tomorrow, ful for the kindness shown by my and may we now hope for ruin? friends and neighbors. The forty dog days brought us O. C. Eaton. dry weather like the lirst day of these days were. They tell us Don't Let Baby Suffer With Eczema and Skin Eruptions. the new moon appearing this Babies need a perfect skin coverweek is a wet moon. This is coning. Skin eruption's cause them solation for those who believe in not only intense suffering, but hinsigns, but the writer is one of der their growth Dr. nobson's that class that believes in no signs Eczema Ointment can be relied on as it regards rain, but the old In- for relief and permanent curefor sufdian sign which has always prov- fering babies whose skin eruptions en, good. have made their life miserable. Strengthen Weak Kidneys Our baby was afllcted with break Don't suffer longer with weak ing out of the skin all over the kidneys. You can get prompt re- face and'scalp. Doctors and skin lief by taking Electric Bitters, that specialists failed to help. We tried wonderful remedy praised by wo- Dr. Hobson's Eczema Ointment men everywhere. Sturt with a bot- and were overjoyed to see baby tle to day, you will soon feel like a completely cured before one box new woman with ambition to work was used" writes Mrs. Strubler, without fear of pain. Mr." John Dubuque, Iowa. All Druggists, or Dowling, of San Francisco, writes: by mail, 50c. "Gratitude for the wonderful efPFEIFFEk CHEMICAL, CO. fect of Electric Bitters prompts me St. Louin, Mo. Philadelphia, Pa. to write. It cured my wife when all else failed." Good for the liver as well. Nothing better for indiTrees! Trees! Trees! gestion or biliousness. Price, 50c. Adv. adv $1 00, at all dealers A.-L, :njv COnvNlCHT'AP-KCC- the delightful trial of homem.i''.r bread that is made from tho I'enr! Hour. The loaves made from this high grade flour are line, light.white and of tempting flavor and tatisfy-inlucheon can be made on 'Jin excellent bread (with sweet butter) that is made from the Pearl tlour g Made by J. ANDREW CAIN, Versailles, Ky. When in Need of Builder's Hardware, Cabinet Mantles, Grates, Tiles, Cooking or Heating Go to or Write Stoves, Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, Winchester, - Ky. sam Fruit and Ornamental HARDWWK & COMPANY'S Come to Our Store And let us show you what a nice line of goods we carry. 12 Strawberries, Shrubs, Hedging, Asparagus, Rhubarb, (trapes, Roses, Peonies, Phlox, etc. Everything for Orchard, Lawn and Garden. NO AGENTS FREE CATALOG Clearance jj We will sell at greatly reduced prices during this Clearance Sale the following: Men's and Boys' Clothing in Our stock of Dry Goods, Notion1-- , H.F. Hillenmeyer&Sons Lexington, i3m fy. rif.urina (V I I" j ..ill I. ITtirilu-ur-n V. , "Mrtt n W k lii it , j 111 Rn'nu'B Jin. W Into Vf. id .u replete with Variety, Style and Quality. " .- fc CAPITAL, STOCK, 9100,000 SURPLUS AND UN- U1V1.UIUU I'KUl'ITM, a 00,000 ,i "it- - TUB THIS COMBWED WITH OUR F WINCHESTER BANK, OFj WlNCIIHTKlt, KY. I 1 Make Li ow yttur trade. Wu T rnces tj N.HUIJ.Y K W. Vt. WlTlIKUHI-OON- , Pkeh, OAHUIBU. 1 both Suits and Odd Pants, Men's Hats, "Queen Quality" low cut Shoes for Women, in both Oxfouls and Pumps, low cut Shoes for Men, and all wash Drer Walk-Over Sl'HAH, : 3 A 3oods. Wu have tliu new, popular and e things it to your interest to give us p good share of trive to please our customers we know satisfied customers are our best assets. h 5? YOUH ACCOUNTS SOLICITED U re ui i'i iAi xix&i'i w ssi raw in all these lines. To give you an idea of the cuts wo are making, will give you tomo prices. Men's and Hoys' Suits and Odd Pants, 'ibf0 to 35 cut, Mali's 3.30 Hats at 82.00 to i'i SO, Women's H.00 Ox funis and Pumps at 83.00, 3.50 ones at 8'MiO, 83.00 ones at i.'J.i, Men's 85.00 low cuts at ti.OO. 83.50 ues oneB 84 00 ones Sou I 1 Yours fo please, at 83.00. val- I tl 1VRICHM0N0.KY. A Tralnlne V.lU U all ruMIr at $2.00; wash Dress Goods, 18o per yard WALDRON JOHNSON . School for Teachers tlua. j.i I I- Waltersville, Ky. - tiih.rt"vaD4IrtN.,auUlll,, TMM iatlU, tl, r.,..r--- - o lua" cuABUBt ..JHU.rt. .rafll..al,4Tn.,u"i'.",;,- .im..Iu.ii7 ral mmi Kjrlct rrM r.MKk TuiuoauKudl4u a Jf iiaul.. Two aw Htkau&i trfclnlut feslljlu. Oeunci at lOo to values at 11c i per yard, 20o valuta at 13c, 13c li Jo values at Oo, and 10u values at 7c. ""i?".'1:'"1 ti J. ,..,,, J K Tnw al Jaaut Hardwick & Co., Stanton. SPOUT SPRING. greatly." Get a box to-dn- Price, to first line, a west coiirse, neglect, the disease will disappear of itself. It is well within the truth to say that 6,000 lives are sacrl flced annuallly in the United Statca through this false pride. The only thing to be ashamed of in having a dren. case of tuberculosis In the family la the neglect of the disease and the conThe Sunday School Convention sequent death of the sufferer; and here Sunday was a most pleasant such neglect deserves round censure and profitable occasion. The Rev because It will probably involve more than one person. Remember that an Judge Mann delivered a fine per early diagnosis of consumption Inmon in the forenoon which was creases the chance ot cure a thousand fold. well received by his hearers. W. II. nnd Henry Wiseman, o Adv. (Jlark county, former Estill conn Lots of people ueem proud to have apty boys, were here Inst week witli pendicitis or nervouB troubles because FOR SALE One second hand they think they are fashlonablo (lis printing press, size 0 x 1)1, good relatives. cases, and are ashamed to be called as new. Will sell very ehoup. Pastor I. T. Spencer, of the consumptives because consumption li For particulars apply to Methodist church, is conducting not fashionable. Feeling' this way, Owen Patrick,. Kimbrell, ivy. they neglect diagnosis and medical st series of meetings with his care when they first detect the signs church at this place. of consumption, thinking that, by slm Commissioner's Sale. ASHAMED! 25c. Recommended by all denlen. Marion will have a public sale of all his household effects Saturday, Sept. Oth, and move to Lexington with his chit pi At noon a botintious feast was spread and all were well filled and plenty was left to have fed as many more as were there. Elder Der- tlnck conducted the Sunday school services in the afternoon. uoiu rsro. uertnicK ana .ludcp Mann are favorite ministers with the people here who will gladly give them a congregation any time they may preach in our ' Powell Circuit Court. Atkinson, Plaintiffs, versus Win . Hyrnes. Defendants. Notice of Solo in Epuity. By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Powell Circuit Court, ren dered nt the June term, 1013, thereof in the above cause, the under signed will on the 1st day of Sept, 1013,. at 1 o'clock p.m., or therenbotit, (being ' Court Day.) I will as Com'r.. proceed to oiler for sale at Public Auction to tho highest bidder, 'on a credit of six months, nt the Court House door. Stanton, Ky., the property mentioned., John 1). I 0 poles to etiike, thence north course parallel with first line 23a poles to corner of John I). Atkinson ; thence cast Dpolcp nnd I'.' links to the beginning, or Hiifliciont thereof to produce $100.00, so ordered to be made. The purchaser will be required to give bond, with approved security, for the payment of thu purchase money, to have the force nnd effect of n lteplcvln Bond, bearing lcgnl interest from tho day of sale, according to lnw. Bidders will be prepared to c( mply with these terms. A lien will bo n taincd on tho property sold till all tl e purphase money Is pnld. Bond payable to Commissioner. HOMULUS JACKSON, Master Commissioner Powell C t". OVER 6C YEARS' EXPERIENCE Anrnno smiling a rfaelrtt nnd dMfrlpllon mnr qiitcltlr mcsrinlii our opinion free whether sn liiTOiitlnn Is prolisblf imteiilahln. (Viniiinlci. tlutiantrlcMrcomldeiitlul. HflNDiJ JPK onl'steuts out froe. Oldest sgenc? for ierurliu iwlents. Cut cms taken tbrouiih llumi A to. recelrs ipeclal na(l, wll boat churn 8, In the hsndsnmelr lllnKtrsled wrrklr. Ijirie.t of mnf tclefHIUa loiiriml. Trrni.. 3 s renrt four mouths, ft. 8olJbAll newadeRlrs. MUNN &Co.3fhBro New York A Trade Marks DcaiaNS Copyrights Ac. Scientific flincncaiK Beginning at an oldcorner of Win. Hyrnes and the Boone. Hotel property : thence a southern course 28K poles with would you consult, some young old line of Win. Byrnes to corner of owned by student who had passed an exam Mrs. Thos. Boone lot, now right angle Mrs. Atkinson ; thence nt To Teachers Wliv Experiment. If you needed medical advice, ination in anatomy and hygiene, hut who was ignorant of hospital methods, who had never fellow-ed SHIPP'S QUICK- - midst. Johnny Green Will Fly Again at Chattanooga, Chattanooga, Sept. a. (Special.) The Chairman of the Grand Army Entertainment Committee, has closed if contract with Johnny Green, famous Cardui a pathological case from diagWould nosis to convalescence? you permit such a novice to ex periment upan you? And yet are you willing, as a teacher, to experiment upon the pupils whom you are to guide? Do you know how to systematize your work, have you correct methods of teaching, do you understand child Psychology? Whatever your status as a teacher, the Eastern Kentucky State Normal School will make you a much better teacher. You will be trained under the best professional talent, you will ob- date-anap 8crv the most up-tproved methods of teaching you will do considerable practice o RELIEF LINIMENT. jjj J J J J 5 W J J iiiiiiiiiiiiiiieit6iiii ; Saved Girl's "I want lo tell you what wonderful benefit I have re- ceived from the use of Thedford's ' Mrs. Sylvanla Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky. "It certainly has no equal for la grippe, bad colds, liver arid stomach troubles. 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Reun-io- Leadill, I'enn. axys: "Dr King's will do well not to miss these New Life I'llls helped her troubles Mights by the famous aviutor, free to all, and thould look out for the dollar bills', which le drops among the crowds below, as he goes hurtling through the ev-vn hirdinun nnd waterfowl, to make three flights in Chattanooga during the G. A. li. Ueunion, to be held in Chattanooga Sept. loth to 20th. Green is the man who made the record flight in Cardui Flyer No. 1 over Lookout Mountain during the II. C V. Reunion last May. He was the first man to attempt that dangerous Uight, infused by. go many other prouii--cion- t aviators. A feature of his exhibition next month will he a ilight in his Cardui Flyer No. 2, equipped with hydroplanes, up the Tennesf.ee River. This will he the first hydroplane Ilight r made by any Southern avi- ion. In addition to the regular course of instruction, unexcelled opportunities are offered all students to take special subjects, such as home economics, manual training, physical culture, expression, scientific fa ming and RIGHT; HBRE IS YOUR CHANCE TO BUY THAT TYPEWRITER! ii Typewriter Talk by This it a a Typewriter Man to the Readers of The Clay City Times. straight-from-the-Shoulder others. Tuition is free, the charge for board and room is insignificant, the school buildings are splendid, the campus is most beautiful, iu fact, all conditions are ideal for the ambitious teacher. No other typewriter built regardless of any claims made is the equal of the new Fox Visible Typewriter either in material used, or in workmanship, or in the number and convenience of its special features. There are many good typewriters being built anil sold, but we claim for tho new Fox Visible Typewriter thnt it is better titan the best of these, and that its automatic features combined cannot bo found in uny other typewriter. The New Fox is a typewriter that willjpieet with the approval of tiio most critical user. A single demonstration will convince you we will mako it at our expense, if yqu will permit us. paid for one many times over. Yes sir, we mean it; everyday you continue usingthe old, slow method of writing with u pen you are unconsciously paying for a typewriter. Tho farmer who cuts hit. grain with a scythe pays with ev ery drop of sweat for a reaper. If you ure neglectful of your weur-in- g uppurei and expose yourseir unnecessarily to the rain and cold you aro paying for the very things that would have kept you well and comfortable. Itemember this and mark it well : You must pay pay pay for the necessities of this life, whether you use them or not. ofn typewriter or not, you haw Whether you have had the list ' THIS IS THE NEW VISIBLE FOX SENT ON PREE TRIAL, Express Paid. BETTER THAN THE BEST OF ALL OTHKRS. which tho printing point is beneath tho typeuars, uud you have to look down into them or between them to see what you have written. Touch a key in the keyboard and you change tho color of your, writing instantly from black, blue or purple to red. I'ress the Tabulator Key at the left (in front) for paragrn piling, writing tho complimentary cloning, etc. ; also for all kinds of billing. At tho right (in front) is our Hack Space Key. This moves the carriage backward for muking corrections, or putting in punctuation. This key also enables tho operator to erase a word of three letters ftiul write one of four in its place. Press the Stencil Key shown nt the left (front) for making stencils from which thousands of duplicate letters can be made. Four rows of keys reduce the shifting The right Shift Key locks automatically for writing in all caps. A positive automatic Line Lock prevents you from writing beyond a predetermined line, Tho ribbon travels in a "zig-zag- " line not straight across from spool to spool as on others thus using all of tho ribbon uud making it last three or four times us long as on other typewriters. The ribbon automatically Itself from uno spool to tho other without any utteution from tho operator. Carriages are Interchangeable, nnd run on bull bearing tracks, l'latens ure removable, so that botli a hurd uud soft platen can be. tiscd on the same typewriter. Kxtremely light touch, "No falling leaf is lighter than the touch of the Fox Typewriter." Choice of Elite, Pica, Condensed Roman, Medium ltuman, or Italic Type we carry more than three thousand special type in stock, of our own manufacture, uud can furnish keyboards for any language. The Fox bus an easy, almost noiseless action, is very durable, and is sent complete witli cleaning outfit and inttal cover with hardwood base. This Is thu Fox, the typewriter we inaiiufuct'iro this is thu typewriter that wo ujllsend to anyone anywhere in the United Stales on Free Trial, all express charges fully paid no "red tope" nodelay no obligation to buy. If purchased after trial you euu pay a little down whatever you can spare and the balance in small monthly payments. Header, in all sincerity we can honestly suy this proposition has never been equaled by uny other typewrite r cont uiny uud all we atk is that you write us today NOW giving us your name and uddress.so wo can send you our eatii- l! og and wrlto you personally about our typewriter and Free Trial offer one-third. re-wi- Farm Drain Tile Make Vour Wet Land Productive. Of E0URB0N POULTRY CURE the ue of drain tile you cm. urn that low, wet, lifeless, swam-- j field into the mod productive ot mi your farm. (Jood tile. iroprlv placed, not only curries off MirphiH water, it admit uir to the toil and nuikcf it easy to work. It improves any soil. The increace in the vnliie of the land is ninny tune thu cont of the tile. The first join-- ' crop froai tiled lmid mye for it. Any hodv can do the work Wiitf for purlieu-hj it cell tit otu plant. Hy i o down a chick's throat cures A tew drop in the Sapes. water cures and prevents cUolcrn, diarrhoea and otherchick diseases. One Wc bottle makes is gallons of medicine At all druggists. Sample and booklet on "Diseases ot Fowls" sent IJiKH. Bourbon Remedy Co. Itilijtoo.'Ij Look at tho Illustration of our Nv Jmjx Visible Typewriter, shown above, and compare it with any pther typewriter you have ever seen or used. Herein a really' VISIBLE typewriter note that Uio printing point fa sight, and that the type bars vise from where they aro lying and strike the platen in futtaiew of the operator, andifi'R direct lino of vision, in id that all of what you have written remains in full sight until tho paper is removed froirtVfhe typewriter. Compare this with those old style typewriters, that some linns are still advertising as vlsiblcs, but, on oirfop-iapTaii- i IC4B iwiiu mrti.R SHOUT f RKK nn mi mmw. rruniKivoUainrtl uih ,vi4( TKASC-MAJIfii.il i n. ti In t j olt- - i,r ruohi, IOC wiait"ii tXlllLhlVt'lv BAKK. (virr'i . m el it iMCT?. lS Uival'iuM i .f KihfiiWUO. look I Red River Brick & Tile' Company, D. ! L..WYERS. 503 Seventh St., Washington, 0. C. PATCMT SWfR & GO. Fox Typewriter Co., Manufacturers, Clay City Tiroes, Local Representative aAll;g!ffi: for Clay City and vicinity.