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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): March 26, 1914 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1914 cla1914032601_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.): March 26, 1914 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1914 $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 J CITY TIMES. u 81.00'a Year in Advanw. ' . Wt are here to help CIajgCty.thcSorronoJig Coantrj and Oarsclvcs. .!. E. nurgher, Publisher. VOL. XIX. CLAY CITY. IfTHUKSDAY, MARCH , J9M. Vo i t Hospital. He is doing splendid, ly ami will soon be able to leave. Professor says that he is going back to the farm and stay there when he recovew from tin 6eigo of typhoid fever. Jielvidero Brooks, of New the forcible ejection of the compared with former years. It Turner hadylio indorsement of over the stock market. York City, who is an own coushi plaint iff from a train between is time fur us to learn that any Senator James, but Congressman: Mrs. Daisy Ewens, who ha to J. C. Patrick, now Vice Pre;, Stanton and his home at Lom county is largely just what we Fields was supporting Mr. L. T. been quite sick for several days of tho Western Union Telegraph Company, the largest telegraph bard. "Mr. Ponder was late pet tntkc it, and now that poor land Chiles, of 'ilnj grocery firm of is better and able to get. out company in the world, is tipped tin;; to the depot, though he call can bo scientifically made good, The majority Mrs Lucy Hatton, of Knox for President of the Company. ed to get a ticket, and seeing he we think it time for all to settle of the patrons, of the ollice were county, Tenn., is visiting at This shows what a young man would be left if ho waited for down and build up our county for Mr. Chiles. Senator James can make of hilnself if he will the return of the ticket agent, by getting roads, good farms, withheld hii,support from Mr. George Hatton, on Hatton creek make the best of In opportunihe boarded the train, and made good homes and a happy, God Chiles upon-;tlipretext that he George Aines, and Lillie ties. Mr. Brooks was a poor boy, contented was not a good Democrat, charg White, of Clay City, took out a aised by an Aunt, but he studi the conductor a tender of the ex fearing, act amount of the fare, but the people, instead of helping to de ing that, Mr.. Chiles had not sup a marriage license Saturnay ed and worked hard, and by his diligence and persovcrence h conductor insisted on his paying velop and boost other counties rted Democratic Mrs. Molhe Crawford, of Jack has raised to his present enviable the 10 cents extra for train fare and statesand seeking such con nominee for; County Judge last son, was position. It is too at the old home over our town loafers bad some of Tbis Mr. Ponder refused to do, ditions there. There was a time fall. This Mr. Chiles did not deSunday, that of Win. Harkwiuk improved their couldn't hare opportunities whereupon he was ejected from when the outlook was bad, but ny. The Republican nominee and family. when they had the chance. and opportunities was Mr. Thompson, Mr. Chiles the train. The case has com conditions manded much attention, as Mr, have changed greatly in the last bjj0Negartner, and Miss Lillie Boone is teaching Among those from Breathitt very prominent citi. ten years, and so changed that he felt justified in voting for school nt the Orphbn's Home in county last week in the case of Ponder is a zen of the county. He has many there is but little excuse for him. The Democratic nominee Clay City for Miss Anna Hard John Clair for tho kiilin of Bummer Spirer were. Joe friends who were anxious that he leaving this county. for Judge thought so too, and he wick wlio is now Postmistress at Moore, Belv Ewen and his son, get the relief asked fur Alec Deaton, Henry Noble, Rog. himself, therefore, indorsed Mr Stanton. Uet Ready for the Fight hpicer, Jouetf Boone, one of our splen er spicer, Kuddie Chiles. Hard on Bootleggers. Governor McCreary has signed did young men, of Stanton, left Granville Spicer, Sam Rollie. There is hardly a week that the State Aid bill and it is now Cantrlll Alter Them. or Louisville Monday to accept Wayne Sizemnrn and Rev. W. the Irvine papers do not report a law, and will take effect in a OnngressmanfCantrill is after a position in a bank there. We L. Clair father of the vounc man charged with the killing. Owing heavy prosecutions of whiskey few weeks. To get the full, ben-- . the Insurance companies of the wish Jouett great success. to the lack of witnesses and ndn venders. Last week the Tribune efits of this law Powell must vote country for withdrawing from t Mrs. i Jack iTreadway, the new preparation of the defendant, th.e i i i in making out its weekly report, a bond issue, eo, readers, get on tne ly state ot Kentucky, lie is few weaneo nnae is spending a case was continued till the thirll heads off with "Big Haul" and your electioneering cap on and now studying days with the hone folks, day of the June term of Couri. tie situation, and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Williams Judge SUV8 J Benton warned the de be ready for the fight. There if conditions t it, he will "Probably the biggest scoop of Sunday. fendant that he must be prepar will bo opposition to the propo introduce a Krl in Congress Jack arrived for over the season was made Thursday Mrs. Roland Martin, of Pilot ed for trial ns he would not must therefore be which will reiHry pass, to have another continuance. by County Judge Newton and sition, we' View, left for her home Monday rant reidy Buildjng good roads all the insurR companies inCounty Attorney Carpenter when after several days visit with her Judge J. P. Adams, of Jackson, means more mo'ney in the county vestigated Federal Gov- mother, Mrs. John Jackson, and lawyer for the defendant arrived Isom Bryant, of color, Cwas ar-in town after the case had been as well as l no eood roads, it ernment. 1LK- Government other relatives in the county. raigned' jTi. copntyconrtj; Junaa takefrrn'on'oynob-- Id "goorfroasM H6. continued. In this, absence at would open f Br b'rnnch ot in Conlee was in Wlri the' tfp'ehin'g oTthe ftase, B.ihford large nnmuer 01 liquor curies uuu and it will all be spent for labor surance itselfBwbuld be inter Chester this week helping his son, White, of Irvine, and Charley entered pleas of guilty and was and teams in the county. esting then the rates come Irvie, to buy some cattle and Spencer, of Winchester, were lined in the sum of five hundred down, and these compa other stock for his new farm near appointed by the court to look was which amount Trains Delayed. dollars, Walnut Grove in Fayette county. after the interest of the defendpromptly paid. He made prom A freight train wrecked Mon nies that havwrithdrawn from ant. Mrs. M. A. Phillips lost a very ises nut to engage in the liquor day at. Beattyvillc Junction the State flocSng back again. valuable pin some time ago. She The colored waiter at business again." which caused a delay of twelve Government competition is far :iolds it in memory of her daugh Boone House, while handling the his hours in the West bound morning more effective than Government ter, Nettie, who died many years 88 "Special" in the kitchen of False Swearing. coutrol. This has been demon hotel Monday words At each succeeding court the train. The East bound train re strated by the workings of the ago. ihe the pin. Nettie are a en the it accidentally.night, discharg. graved ou Fortunately Shs ofl'ers re ed ceived a transfer of passengers writer is impressed with the eviward to any one returning same. no one was hurt when it went and returned to this city about parcels post. dent perjured witnesses. Men off. It will soon be unsafe fur The Gideon Class of to Presby any one to be seen with a pistol. testify to what everyone can see one o'clock. Many Winchester Big Raise for Powell. terian Sunday school spent a for Legislature has pass- is false. Many witnesses seem court visitors were disappointed, The State Board of Equaliza very enjoyable evening last Fri ed uthe last will be pretty dras some who had important bus bill that no more regard for the but to have tion has raised Powell cuuntv day night at the home of Mr. and tic on the man caught with one truth than ordinary men have of iness went on the belated train amis and town lots We Mrs. K II. fruiter. Refreshments on his person. For the first of and games were relating common jukes, and most any way. are glad to know that our prop-ert- were served genera) social time. fense the person is disfranchised played with a for two years from voting and i;i of them can swear a lie with the is getting so valuable, and Hardwiek it Co., live wide-Mr. D. W. Stone, who was ex- - also subject to a line. For thy ease, comfort and dignity that a wake Stanton merchants, aro up also wo artfeladR know that pected Sunday to hold a second offense he is sent to the minister of t ho Gospel can define with the season and have an ele the fellows at Frankfort are find- - Sunday over School Institute at the penitentiary. This 16 a good law, man's existence on a funeral oc- gant display of Spring goods. ng it out. They are just figur-n- Christian Church could not come and we trust that it will be encasion. ' a little in anticipation of as his boy is lying at the point of forced to the letter. Judge Ben- This firm is always in the front, and they do not forget to invite what t he State will have done for death. Announcements will be ton gave notice to all in the Death of Bluford Crow. made later as to when he will be Court House on the opening day Bluford Crow died Friday at you to come and see them. See us. But just wait until we vote lere. of Court that he would see that. iris home on llardwick's creek, of their new ad in this issue of the the bond issitu and get ready for W. F. McDowell, Pres. of the this law was enforced to the best. Ho can do this if business and we will raise our Burial Saturday Times and give them a call. tuberculosis. & E. and Mr. O. M. Handesty. of liis ability. selves. He is at- the Wells graveyard. Claim Agent, Sam Martin, con every citizen desiring it to be en .i Just one year ago today, ' survived by his wife, who was a ductor and charley Sexton, forced, will do Ills part, litis Big Demonstration fleeting. March 20, was the biggest tide brakeman of the same road, and Legislature has also passed a very Miss Woosley beford marriage, There will be, a Demonstration all of Lexington, were attending drastic law against the illegal ever seen by most of our people. liia parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert sale of liquor in a local option So far we have had no destruc meeting in Louisville, April 7th Court Tuesday. Tho latter three county. With this law it ought Crow, of this comity ; three brothtive tide this year, and it is hop 10th and a conference of country were witnesses in n case. not be very hard to convict any er's, Len'nie Crow, of McCormick, Judge L. F. Mann, of Clay one caught coming in with a suit people whose purpose it will be ed that we will not have later. Alfred Crow, of Spout Spring, to further study "How to Organ- City, J. H. Hardwiek, of Win- caso full of liquor. This Legisla and Frank Earnest, of ture also passed a drastic law for The season of the year to clean ize and Build up Country Asa Crow, of llardwick's Creek, Life." chester mid one sister, Miss Ida Crow. Lexington, were recent visitors tho sale of cigarettes. Any per up lias arrived, we tncretore This will be an interesting meet- to our town on business. Judge sou under sixteen years of ago urge all citizens of Clay Clay ta ing, and it. A Lawful Excuse. ib to be hoped that Maun says that it is !;ib second can be arrested who is caught, lawful ex- clean up their premises. If you many country folk will be there visit to our town in twenty-siWe hnve a buna-fidsmoking u cigarette and tho pendo not care for yourself, clean alty is very severe on tho stop cuse this week for being slightly up for the sake of your neighbor and greatly benefitted for at- years. Come of toner Judge. eeper who has them for sale. If tending. Mr. Kelly Fulks, and family, late. We have been entertain- who dues care. of Hatton Greek, moved to the Legislature had done nothing Congressman ing Cantrill's Velma, the little Campton Junction Monday. Mr. elso but pass these three bills we John T. Welch, a former Pow-oi- l friendsin receiving the garden daughter of Mr. and ulk8 Is superintendent of the feel that it has accomplished county boy, has gone from seeds lie sent them through this New Ross, Ind. to Juneau, Alassomething that will be of vast Mrs. John Kihibrell, died Friday lock Crusher there that supplies otlico. He sent us five hundred ka. Mr. Welch lived in Alaska the ballast for the J. it E. road benefit to Kentucky, and to tho night and was taken to Indian packages, and from thu way they for a number of years before lobed. Robert Creoh has rented young men of our state. Now it Fields for burial Monday. are going, they will not get half cating at New Ross. the farm that Mr. Fulks moved rests with the ollicers and citizen b of Stanton and Powell counway round, roin. I now have ray dressmaking ty to see that these threo law We are selling the new Koyal Sowshop next door to Central HoJ. O. llauley and wife and tho are enforced. If they are, ther But it will soon be time to ing Machine, prices from 120. 00 tel. open and give me a Call trial. Sat- writer were in loxington Satur will be but very littlo shooting, rummage around and see if you up. 10 year guaranty. isfaction guuraateed, both in fitting day and called on rroi. liuck drinking and' smoking of cigui- can find your fly swatter. Mrs. J. W.'Willlams. and the price. fj." Miss Nora Mays. who is at tho Good Samaritan ottea among our young men. Chiles-Thomrsoo Ponder Loses In Damage Suit Homeseeking and HomeMckness STANTON NEWS. James' Man Out of the Race. T. J. Pomlor lust his suit a Home seeking and hoinc-si'-The postoffice . licht at Mt. Ster . .. Mr S. 11. Harkwick, of Win gainst the L. & E. railroad in the ness a little later is what conies hug has l(8tii large part of its Circuit Court at Stanton yester to the majority of must persons interest,' since word has como chctter, huii been spending scv day. Mr. Ponder had sued the leaviirg the good old Statu of from Washington that Squire era! days in town. railroad cdmpany for $5,000 dam Powell. So far there has been Turner, editor of the Sentine Air. u. n. UJnrlc was a recen ages alleged to have accrued by but few leaving us this Spring as Democrat, iA'out of the ring. Mr, visitor to Mt. Sterling looking r life-lon- g m-ran- byK - -- ton alflf 20. y a g - . e x , seventeen-months-ol- d 0 THE TIMES. cent bill, as Ins vote was counted. J the Lepsln-- I Other members . ' ruilMSllKP KVKKV THURSDAY. ture aro saying their votes were any serious mistakes ami the en- not counted right, The proper Subscription rates'Sl a j'ear or three tire country yives him credit for time to havo complained was be yearn in tiiiyaiiee 82. absolute sincerity, honesty, pat- fore tho Legislature adjourned. riotism, and masterly statesman-ship- . However, as those timid mem- i. B. liuro'her, Publisher. The most glorious of nil bcrs failed to call, attention to however, is tho fact that no cor- the wrongful counting of their a s mall inntter. Kutorijd rupt or questionable deal has votes, we suggest that Governor Congress dur- - McCreary call thoLcgislattjre to- . . March (!, 1914. been put through ing liis administration, and you lot the vote be ca gauiDIo on it tnat it any sucn a gether again and CLUB IIATKS. counted as the members say they deal should get through Congress For the convenience of our it would promptly receive the ve- voted, and wo are sure some of tho we have arranged club rates to of that great incorruptible important bills.lost, including the with the following papers at prices statesman who presides at tho bill, will.be" carried below mentioned : White House. yt'cuntl-clngThurt-day, I sub-scrihr- of tlio world in ro short a time as ono year, s President Wilson lias. He lias probably niado a few tri Hi uj: mistakes, as no man . is perfect, but he has not made Our rovm lin Ie)rc8ent1itive, Gum, didn't vrirrvni'niiist tlin i The Clay City National Wants the business of all who value i Courtesy, Safety and Good Me thod s. , ' Cipital. - $25.O0O.OO' Surplus. 6.000.00 Shareholders' Liability. 25.000.00 The Times and " Cincinnati Enquirer " Louisville Herald " Home and Farm " Southern Agriculturist " Irdand Farmer 1.00 1 00 80 80 SO Clay A In City Quarter . National ia Clay City. Bank, CLAY CITY, KENTUCKY. Having Decided to Make a' of a Century There is a great stir with the insurance companies about the new law passed by the Legisla ture regulating them. The sum and substance of the bill seems tp be: In 1912 the Legislature found that the people of this State were paying at least J50 per cent, more' for insurance than many other states. This 1012 toTfwer ance companies then threatened to leave the state, but after deliberating compromised by remaining with us and so reclassifying the risks of the state and Charge the lower rates as to class, and yet increase the insurance in liiost instances. This was deception mid robbery, so the 1914 Legislature resented and passed a law to not only control the rates but also contiol the classification. The insurance companies are mad, and are making the people iigjit Miemselvea to gel mm undenthis just law, but it seems that they will have to st.nnl f r at lea.t two vears, and we nope torever I Big Change in Our Prepare Shoe Department this FALL, we willsell our entire stock of Men's, for the Cold By Coming to Weather hTTatesTiLnisuN, Women's, Boys', Girls', and Children's Shoes, at SHIMFESSEL'S n and buying what comfortable tp keep clothing you need. Everything either.- Ml GREAT REDUCTIpNS to close out everything Sale will begin on you warm, and not drain your pocketbook I Suits for Men and Boys, CLOAKS and SUITS for . Monday, the ill b H and' continue until our present S tKtock closed out. . Women and 6ir3s. is I They are made to fit and to be Stylish too:'; y. vjur r ii mil. IIP hock . i is subject to your inspection i . - and we know we can invite you buying . . ' President W'ikson has now the White Ju'rwil one full ytW Jloii-- e and no President has ever 0 that White House who J!i ueen so persUteutK and .m he, in fulfilling the in. nie American pm. .e li the Uetuo ratn- convention winch uoniHiiiteii him m .Ju of 1912 Furiherniiire, there is no parallel m tin- ui.rhi's gn-ihistiir.v where u nili r na ion has made such piotou fillip -- Slil nil the I'lVH Z itlon of i- fit you out in what you need, or we wouldn't you have been - ag-gri- MRS. J. W. to come and trade where I serviceable v goods at paft twenty-fiv- e prices years. for the to-jth- e usacsri - ! i n i William 30 We u tarek Pianos No Money in Aclvimoc SiiliHfnc-llc- m MM P A, STARCK rmsiDCNT n ii t o ml Guar LiiwnHtNet TuruiH Fnolory PriociH KlIHlCHt Su villi ol A SI OO to I'uc-lor- y I'riiiu Direct fAdjusloile Erahe Lever act at any Angle 1 DAYS' FREE TREAL Hub Bands of Sable 1 Iwflh Electricity IronWeded II fm II K' m Vf XnicKory elects v 'Ml1 I J a pressed on by droulla Pressure r' t - 7Sw is3(, jr Ml -- - i2-.t M I nicjiory-iro- n aaaaaaaH Re ntbreed hi mt m Wo will alilp you a benutllul Starel, J'lano for 30 .lays' free trial. II v .ur home. No cuiih payment roiiulreil. All we nslt Im tlmt you will play upc usr nnd tost thU plami for 30 my. ir. at lliu of Hint timd. you tlu not llnd u iu nlgheat Krade, Hiveetcst toned anil llneHt ilano In way, that you havo ever Keen fur the money, ynu ar at perfect liberty to eiul It bach, anil wu will. In that event, ruiv the f L'hl Ii.iIIi uava. Thin sturri.- - iimm . or there Is no sale. ii ' lUS "T M II tl IW II Save $159.00 or Mors riveted i7rtC.m m ironDanrt.l fnnAhnttnmMII bln i.lr.ct i ptlltO Easy Payments You pay no cauli iloWp, hut after SO day ui mat. jou cun iHinn ruyinrnc on tne low. ,jw j mi from our factory, at iu iuu .,r!.ul1, ... a ) i U r pl.nii for tlw iitonn than you can flflcwhcrp. You ah' avniiI of nrcfvlnt? .iraf-t- xy KWiHt toiunl iluruUe high tfraile , (i tnu, iw 2nd-Ha- utvre iiunufacturcr. TIiee itmiu uro urnnimj to inlt yuur roiivruli-nruand It U rwllile for plana for mir Itotae, without )ou tu Uiy tnlinff thr money. t i an ol ii .ixrlit (.v..n ..ml llw m.ii nl'l i.tjhltlisl, r oiui.. in. no htMIM.. 80 Fro 3 Muslo iii-- Kv rv Si ui i. r TliM iri'iraill.'H y vf I' ( nd rif Bargains ". j.ji ll.l kir! Ml 'III on hand l Iuc tMiutaully Utxv iiuinbrr of slightly uie.l mid rcou.l lund pljiion of all sUmUrd iiMke4 laWrn In ex. iluiw for new Starck Planoi and I'b.vf The follow, ius are a few aamnle Uirgjlni. u Eaton, CLAY CITY. KY. t LC530.13 pcQuir 'KiU Hi jn Ut 1'n evi'rv .n'li I' ii ii, ii tn4 UVh ck c. in i if of kl mij bCllOuU In it'uttfr tt' yiv' fit ' Weber Steinwayt Chlckcring, Kimball A Starck Rnu rwnd-liin- tnu Ly mail. In yutir own Iwtw, $110.00 02.00 00.00 05.00 105.00 for our Utf.t (oni.lrtii largala IK. VflfiA t?l with liiMlnmrc. oa JLlJte cluiim wrndiitiil HiitrillnUl.ul vlll Ik. pirateMvlHlho v. ry low prlr JL Xl Jblick tU'y cm Imi aecurix, Slarck I'Ijjit l'liuio are tlie Lett ami inot heuutl. ful 1'ljyer l'ianoa on the market. Yon will be PlaverPianas dfarcK vru 3?, Piano Oook Fres lioantlhdlir BrnJ i Uuk vi i glvea you a Utea amount of Uvk ..1, will (TM .tlav for our new plana llluitrtl 3MltJti1 Pli: V. A. STARCK 1'XANO CO., T.l.L. nmi,ir I aL- - . . r THE A HOME-MADE TIMES. PAPER. THURSDAY, March W, 1011. The Hon. Owsley Stanley will speak at Mt. Sterling Saturday. His iiKinv Powell county admirers will have an opportunity to hear him by goiui: there. He will make a complete answer to Governor Beckham's charges on this occasion. Stubborn, Annoying Cough Cnred. "Mv hnslmni) had .1 couch for j year nud my con for eiaht years. Dr. King's New Discovery completely cured them, tor wim-- 1 am most thankful," wriinn Mrs. David Moor, of Saginaw, Alabama. What Dr. Kind's New Discovery did for these men. it will do for you. Dr King's New Discovery should be in every home. Stops cacking coughs, relieves la grippe and all thrnas and lung ailment. Money back if it falls. All drug-cistPrice 50c and $1.00. H. E. Bucklen & Co., Philadelphia ! t' . T s. Marconi says wo soon will be talkitur across the ocean. (Jurtiss declares we' soon will bo Hying over in, tui'd submarine enthusiasts are euro we soon will bo steaming under it. The bridge and tunnel, enthusiasts are yet to be heard trom. USE HOPE MILLS FLOUR Talking About Flour Have you ever tried the PEARL brand? No. Fail not to try it at the lirt opportunity if you would know what a good Hour really We also make the LOCAL BREVITIES. SPOUT SPRING. SELF-RISlN- Irvino 1ms been made a city of tlio fifth class. Try our canned goods 81 OOper dozen assorted. Mrs. J. W. Williams. Luther Martin visited relatives at Winchester two duys of this week. Shelt McKinney bought a pair of nice young mules from Bud Winburn at about $fJ0O 00. Buddie Crow will have a sale of hisriersonal prouerty and move west. He has rented his farm near here to his brother, Tommy Crow, who will move there. Chickapoo Worm Killer Expels Worms The cause of your child's ills PEERLESS Ci FLOUR. If your grocer hasn't it nsk h'ni to pot it for you. With it breud mukiug will be easy. Frankl.n Mtirgison made a visit to his parents at Irvine Monday. And our nimrods have done been seen 'hiking to the river bank: And may we dare to hope that these beautiful days are really Spring? , Made by J. ANDREW CAIN, Versailles, Ky. When in Need of The foul, fetid, offensive breath The starting up with terror and And Now for His Turnpikes. Phillip's returned Representative John W, Langley grinding of teeth while aslee, Saturday from a visit to relatives of the Tenth district, Monday in- The sallow complexion The dark at Middletown, Ohio. troduced bills in the House to pro circles under the eyes Are all in Miss Kate Daniel has returned vide marble Federal buildings at a dications of worms. Kickapoo from an extended visit to rela- cost of 875,000 00 each at McKee, Worm Killer is what your child Salyereville, Hindman, Booneville, needs; jt expels the worms, the tives at Irvine and Richmond. Jenkins, Inez and Whitesburg. In Sunday being the fifth of the at least five of these seven towns, cause of the child's unhealthy con month, Judge Mann will preach should these 875.000 00 Govern dition. FojgtteKmoval of seat, at the Methodist church Sunday ment huihlings be erected, their stomach aircniin Worms, Kickapoo value would greatly exceed the to Worm Killer gives sure relief. Its night. tal value of all the other buildings laxative effect adds tone to the Mr. George Aines and Miss in these towns, but of course they. general system. Supplied as a can like Clay City, need these marble Lillie White were married in buildings. dy confection children lino it this city Saturday, Judge L. F. Stfe and sure relief. Guaranteed Spring Blood and System Cleanser. Buy a box Mann officiating. Price 25c. All During the winter months impu- Druggists or by' mail. , B. M. Winburn, of this coun-ty- rities accumulate, your blood be Kickapoo Indian Med. Co. Phila has purchased 440 acres of thick, vour kid- or St. Louis," land at Demupolis, Ala. and will comes impure and neys, liver and bowels fail to work, move there to reside. We invite vou to see our new ''Spring Fever." causing Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Oonlee, of You feel tired, weak and lazy. E- - readymade wnims, dresses and un Mt. Sterling'visited Dr. and Mrs. spring tonic derwear. MimJ. V. Williams. Wm. 0. Martin and Mr. and Mrs. lectric Bitters the and system cleanser is what you Emerson Uonlee over Sunday. woman's mind Never judgj need; they stimulate the kidneys, by the time it Best Family Laxative. es her to make liver and bowels to healthy action, Beware of constipation. Use Dr. expel blood impurities and restore it up. King's New Life Pills and keep your health, strength and ambition.-n fliotl H read Every Kent Mrs. Charles E. Smith, of Electric bitters makes you feel like well. Phe Times and the Kentuckia West Franklin, Me., chIIs them. new. Start a four weeks' treatment the Kentiickial Rot h one year for "Our family kxative." Nothing it will put you in line shape for nly 81, the pi of the Kentuck- better for adults or aged. Get them your spring work Guaranteed. All ian alone. 25c. All Druggists or by Druggists. 50c. and 81 0". mail. II. E. Bucklenfe Co., H. E. Bucklen & Co. Philadelphia and St. Louis. or St. Louis. Mrs. Dock to-dad Phil-adelph- in Builder's Hardware, . met 'antles, Grates, Tiles, Cooking or Heating Go to or Write Stoves, Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, Winchester, - Ky. Hardwick & Co.'s Spring and Summer TREES! STRAWBERRY PLANTS Come to Our Store And let us show you what a nice line of'goods Fruit and Shade, Shrubs, Asparagus, drape Vines, Roses, Peonies, Phlox, etc. Everything for GOODS. Our Spring and Summer Goods are now in. We want you to see them and get our prices before making your purchases. We think can satisfy your wants in everything, and know can save you money. If you are interested in saving money on your purchases, and have never dealt with us, we ask you to give us a chance to prove to you, as we have proven to our many customers, that we can give you more for your money than you can 'High quality, low prices' is our motto. We try to keep get elsewhere. as near as it is possible eveiy thing that the people want, but of course can not here call attention to every thing. Want you to know, however, that we are sole agents for the following lines. "Quren Quality' and 'Boston Favorite" Shoes for Women wc have them in the latest things in Oxfords and pumps in patent leathers, gunmetal, dull kid, regular kid and tans in cloth and regular top buttons, lace, strap and plain pumps, also in the white button boots, or regular shoes, and all the above leathers in boots. 'Walk-Ove- r' Shoes for Men in the new and staple styles in patent leathers, Hart, Schaff-ne- r and tan, in button and lace Oxfords and regular Shoes. & Marx and The Matchless brand Clothing for Men, Aflor brand Hats for Men and Boys, 'Arrow brand Men's Shirts and Collars. And see our lines of wool dress Goods, fancy and plain wash dress Goods, ginghams, percales, crepe and plain flouncing?, net corset covers, dress trimmings, belts, umbrellas, parasols, silk and cotton hose and half hose, crochet cottons, Women's and Men's Neckwear, Women's, Misses" and Children's Hats, Women's and Men's Nainsook, cotton and knit Underwear, lace Curtains, wall paper, Carpets, Trunks, suit cases. Saddles, buggy and work Harness, Oliver chilled Plows, Oliver Cultivators, cook Stoves, the Bain Wagons and etc., and etc. We arc selling Colton's King flour at $2.80 per hundred or 70c for 25 lbs., every sack guaranteed. Sugar, 20 lbs. for $1.00, $4.75 per hundred, and roasted coffee, 18c per pound. gun-met- al ready-to-wear ORCHARD, NO AGENT: LAWN and GARDEN. 2E CATALOGS ' we carry. Our btock of Dry Goods, Notion-- , Groceries, Hardware, Clothing, Shoes and etc. is replete with H. F. Hillenmeyer& Sons, Lexington, Ky. Nurserymen Since 1841. Variety, Style and Quality. THIS COMBINED WITH OUR j CAPITAL STOCK, 100.000 jj 00,000 jj b SURPLUS AND UN- - a p Low Prices Make it to your interest to give us a good share of Winchester Bank, OP WlNOUHTKH, THE Kt. your trade. Wu strive to please our customers be- 5 N.UOLLY WlTUJSKBPOO!, lRlt8i OAHIIIBR. W. It. a I'll AH, S S J If 3 cause we know satisfied customers are our het ussets. YOUR ACCOUNTS 'SOUOITBD J cm S a, www ta m tfa. ii3 s vs. ra 2 Yours to please, WALDRON & JOHNSON, Ky. UUlL KIT i 1MB Mr ur tXic toe.tux.wrAll JiruggMt. ch mlnulM iol l w... -- .1.1. nttl IUBkl'-- l.a.la-l- l Vam M n T l and pw o( UL Waltersville, u UliabON BMtEl S4Z t Mil St At ntuiruct. U tMml Hardwick & Co., Stanton. ing fast. Mr. Clarence' Faulkner, of Clearfield, Term., is visiting friends at this place. Mr. Otis rowel), of Gutter Kidge, Ky., is with the Dana Lumber Co., as Clerk. Mr. J. L. Frazier made a business trip to Kosslyn in behalf of the Piedmont Tobacco Co. There is some wagoning going on up here. Coin Bowen, llus-seFaulkner, Bud West, Clayton Bowen, and Geo. Crowe were all seen on the rond at once with teams. Mr. Lemming Faulkner, a farmer uear this place, will go to work as s bridge carpenter for the L. fc N. railroad as soon as he can wind up his business. We all wish Mr. Faulkner well in his new job but are afraid it is a bad change for him. ll Rosslyn. entire satisfaction to the owners Isaac Lowe is "attending court of this big estate. W. 1). Crowe made a business Blue Crow, son of Mr. and this week. trip to Stanton Tuesday. W. D. Crow, of Lombard, was Mrs. Albert Crowe, died of con Mr. Elbert Faulkner has had sumption at his home on Ballard's here Saturday. an attack of cold, but is improv- branch I'riday March 'JO at about J. M. Con lee went to Stanton BOWHN NEWS. State oFOnto, City oI'Tolkdo, Lucas County. ) S that ho Tuesday on business. Charlie Crow is attending court at Stanton this week. A. M. Lowe is stocking up his store wiili new goods. Mrs. Geo. Welch is very sick at the home of her father. , Alvin Martin .made a private' We have just received a nice business trip to Bowen Monday. line of Jncquard waistlngs, Percales Ilex Hall, of Mt. Sterling, visited his brOtherv,-T- . 0. Hall, Mon-daChiviots and Poplins. and was buried Sunday evening at the Kennon graveyard. Mr. Crowe spent most of his time in Ohio working in factories where his health was greatly impaired. He leaves a lovely wife and a number ot roi atives to mourn his loss. 12 o'clock Mrs. J. W. Williams. Genet. Born to the wife of Geo. It. Crabtree, u son. Corn in this section is selling at $4.00 per barrel. Green Adams made a flying trip to Nadu Sunday. Link Blackburn was here last Wednesday on busiuess. Ed Howell, of Decota, W. Va., is visiting friends and relatives here. Hogs in this section are worth $7 per cwt., and are scarce in these parts. Hannah Spencer who lias been sick for some time is no- better at this writing. Mr. J. L. Frazier, of this place, was in Winchester Saturday night on business. Mose Hatton had a bush chopping last Thursday and got u nice piece of ground cleaned up. H. S. Martin, our road over, seer, will lay in a new set of tools and dynamite for the Spring work. J. H. Howell is building some new fence. It looks like Mr. Howell is going to raise a bumper crop this year. H. S. Martin, notary public, will prosecute a pension, claim for Mrs. Belle West, wife of Eli-hWest, who was a soldier in the Confederate, army. Troy Spencer has declined the idea of iroing to Middletown, 0., on account of his father's being on the sick list. He says he will stay at home and farm this year, and the writer sees where he is right. The writer attended the first day of Circuit Court at Stanton and the instructions the Judge gave the grand jury were a plenty, especially on pistols. Now boys you had better get rid of those pocket guns. - New goods at Ilardwick & Oompany'e.storo Stanton. Go sea them, and look through their stock. That's enough you'll buy. Head their new ad in the Times this week. Vaughn's Mill. J. T. Wright, attended court at Winchester Mondoy. Messrs JeiT McKiuney and Geo. M. Gravett served in the pettit jury and J. W. Mize and It P. Wells the grand jury from this place. There will be meeting at the Christian church Sunday morning Mar. 29. As this is our first meeting at the Christian church since December, let's have a Mr. good attendance. Mr. Wm. Larrison for this year the big Mr. Larrison is an farmer and seems to has reuted Lylo farm. industrious have jiiven By the use of drain tile you car. turn that low, wet, useless, swampy field Into the most productive spot on your farm. Good 'tile, properlv plaeed, not only carries oft surplus water, it admits air to the soil and makes it easv to work. It improves any soil. The incruuci in the vtilne of the Innd is many timeAhe cost of the tile The first (Seal.)'A- w- year's crop from tiled land pay4 Is ox a u y Pum.tc. for it. Any body can do the work Hall's Catarrh Curt is taken in- suecessfiiily. Write for particuternally, and acts George Lyle, of Furnace, was blood and mucous directly on the lars or eill at oui plant. surfaces Monday on his way to Lex- system. Send for testimonials of the Red hero free. River Brick & Tile ington. F. J. Cheney tfe Co., Toledo, 0. M. Howell has gone back W. Company, Said by Druggists. 75. to work with thaT bridge yang for Take Hall's Family Pills for STANTON KENTUCKY the L. & E. Adv. Elmer Derickson, who has been employed at Mcltoberts, has returned home. DANIEL BOONE AXLE GREASE Miss Lillie Knox left Monday morning for Richmond where she will enter school. Mrs. Letha Derickson aud And don't daughter, Miss Mayme, called on Mrs. J. M. Conlee Tuesday. have to grease Mrs. Letha Derickson and daughter, of Stanton, visited her but once a sou, Kupert Derickson, Thursday. week. A. T. Stewart, njtanton, visited our Sun9r safe) Sunday. We hope Mr. Stewart will come Made in Kentucky by CHAS. C. STOLL OIL CO. Lexington, Ky. ofteuer. Sunday school is now held at 2 o'clock. Every.one is cordially invited, and we hope to iiave a packed house each Sunday. Come oneand all and let us boost this class of service this year. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Welch and several others were called to Stanton Tuesday as witnesses in Eestepp-Murtisuit, but the tri al did not come up as it was con tinued until th&next term of court. d of P. .1. Cheney1 Co., doing busi ness in tho City of Toledo, County and State n foresaid, and that aid firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every cafe of Catarrh that cannot be cured by tho use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. Sworn to before nie and fml?cril-cIn my presence, this (ith day of December, A. D. 88(i. - Frank J. Cheney mnkes oath is senior partner of the firm Farm Drain Tile Make Your Wet Lanit Productive. n. u u Dnn't fail tn faaHriur Ihcps and embroideries. AlrtE W. Williams. m Gray's nch. IIANNA'S Mad LUSTRO-FINISH RICHMOND, KY. Br ill K3arft:ff'IS rviri cv A Training iriifi nun School for Teachers I 1 mttorlM.new model anhoot. naw ataaual tralnta bollilliitr a well aqaipi l prattle. .ehool,deanm.etaracrlulmre. Term Iwf In. h. p Dameatlo Helena. Crmoialam. temhrrV. SeeondTrrm NaTemherl. Third Term Jan.-- . , IT. FrarthTrrm April T, Simmer Hcaool op.nl Jua. I :4tineeie. Valll la all PuMI or Ktatuckr. Hu&ool. fcpcl Cama and R.Yl.a Couf ecfl. Talllon Pn. to A Uriah.. Tvo.frirndlldir. il CourtM l.41air to ElemraLry, Xalrt uivdiat. and Life hutu C r Levi Hale, o aHM!) was down on a visit to ca st Monday. Mrs. Charley e" was a vis- action Satur- itor to Camptou! day. Dewey Brisco i and out gain, after VeeK f serious ill- - to Walk On" 1 1 u- ness. is for floors, stairs, woodwork and furniture. Ifls all ready to use. Just dip in the brush and 0 ahead. J. O. CltAlini,, PrfIJein, J I 4. RED HOT SALE. 4 Your Gain and Our Loss. are here to give you Cash Prices on ev erything or Country Produce in Exchange We Taylor Ingrai ft. of Indian creek, was in camp one day last " week. David Landsaw bought a good milk cow from Eweu Whitaker ', ( last week. Benny Hull' has recovered from his recent illness and gone to work for the" Price Childers, of all the Company's Miter-est- s in this section, was here last week. . Win. at Cob Hill in Estill, Saturday: having , been sent for to see5 his Win. Gillispie, who is vary Dana-people. It flows freely and evenly, and two minutes practice will make you an expert in its application. It makes old Hoofs new, and no floor is so bad that Lustro will not make it clean, smooth, sanitary and beautiful. Y6u can wipe up a Lustro floor witk a damp water does not damage it. It is clastic and tough, and docs not mar under heel nails, or casters. mop FOR SALE BY general-manage- r Martilriiilr father-in-law- Eaton Atkinson McGuire, eiay Gity , Ky. Sc Lyle, Stanton, low. W. B. Brewer moved the liist of last week into the Kouse lately occupied ly Toin UVoyvn, and is now at work here. He cunie from STOMACH TROUBLE FIVE All goods low in price. A full line of Men's t Hats, "Liberty Special" a good brand Hat for $2.50. The latest style. It will pay you to come to our store now. We need your trade and will it will be appreciated. Here we are Jews but American born. Come on with Your Orders, we will sell You Merchandise at as low margin as anyone can. of Campion, FOR with n lust week. He was a' clerk 111 the store here most all luff summer, and the folks werelud to eee Majority' of Friends Thought Mr. taking other medicines. I decided to him back again, take his. advice, although I did not have Married, on the 10th innt., at Hughes Would Die, But the residence of (1, H. Hrewer, any confidence In it. the father of the bride, Mr. John have now been taking One Helped Him to Ainburgy of Menetoe.to Mint Sa Spen for three months, and it has cured me rah Brewer, the Recovery. cer oJliciating. Tim vt nnnoure haven't had those awful sick headaches wedding in this Hcctinn the first since I began using it. since work bean here, and Milh pleasure we congratulate, the Imp-pI am so thankful for what adPomeroylon, Ky. In Interesting couple ou this, tin most imhas done for me." portant event in their lives. We vices from this place, Air. A. J. Hughes wish them health, wealth uid writes as follows : "I was down with Thedford's has been pirppiiiess 011 the long way that stomach trouble fbr five (5) years, and found a very valuable medicine for delies before them in t lay curt that would have sick headache so bad, at rangements of the stomach and liver. It , are to come. times, that thought surely I would die. Is composed of pure, vegetable herbs, We have had to oiiiitjiuiitiVorie-spondoneI tried different treatments, but they contains no dangerous Ingredients, and and mine ltjthna trnm those appearing. acts gently, yet surely. It can be freely did not seem to do rr.e any good. sMi'iif, 11 about Nada. Reece Catron, ln v or kii YEARS 1 Black-Draug- ht Hev.-Doe- k Black-Draug- ht Black-Draug- ht . 1 e Lowe & 4 :, Crowe, Merchants, Rosslyn We have $ In if wouldn't! met Mylt at 81 fiffigl 0 aini UiiTf t S UU. ti.very one xuHruMjkta, rt-n- jt rereivatt!'!! t' pruo4cl' MM. J. I got so bad, I could not eat or sleep, I used by young and old, and should be kept la every family chest. Oet a package today. ' ! , and all my friends, except one, thought would die. He advised Clack-Draug- me and to try quit MYmili.iij Thcdtord's Only a quarter.