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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): April 9, 1914 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1914 cla1914040901_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.): April 9, 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. 0 rP IT IV (r 1.00 a Year in Artvonw. CLAM CITY TIMES. We are here to help GajfciFy. ' -- tbe Snrro.nJing Country and Ourselves. .1. E. Burgher, Publisher. VOL. XIX. Why Temperance Men are for Stanley. CLAY CITY. Wins Another (treat Victory, vi- THURSDAY Campaign. APRIL J. J9M. STANTON NEWS. NO. 15. bly may not bo necessary if McCrearypOpens u correspondent .Our Stanton takes ns to tusk for not support., in? Mr. Beckham for lT. S. Senator over Mr. Stanley, so we will state our position clearly : In the first place we wish to state that, we regard Mr. Beck ham as one of the greatest. Gov. rnors Kentucky over had, and ' Ins 'defeat, for U. S. Senator through the treachery of the whiskey element of tho Democrats at Frankfort six years ago, is deeply deplored bv us, but when he accepted a fee of $800 per year, as ho says, to represent the L & N. railroad against his people, we parted faith with him. It is undisputed but that tho L. & N. railroad aided in the murder of his running mate Governor Goebel, and this is why we hold it a pa i list. him. The cir oumstances rather than his serv ing tho railroad as an attorney is tho bad uart of it. Another reason why "we are opposing Mr. Beckham is the fact that he is accredited as being man of great intempera ance, in fact he is said to be a hard drinker. Th 8 being true, his advocacy of temperance shows bad faith, and his attitude must have been prompted solely for the sake of getting votes, just as some men are Democrats to get office. We want a man who is honest in his convictions, though they be different from ours. As to Mr. Stanley, we regard him as an honest man. He' is said to be a more temperate man than Mr Beckham. He believes in..temperace strongly. He against the Webb bjll asBro. Derthick states,, and tho Times vof-W- d especial care is taken in diet and .'resident Wilson won another GovernorSlcCreary opened his Miss Nora West left Tuesday exercise. great victory on the ill st of March campaign otlWinchestof Monday of this week for Clay City to vis-iThe following is taken from last week, when tho bill repeal- mid was greeted by hundreds of tho Winchester Sun of April 4th. ing the provisiHii of free tolls for hearers. ,Ha was introduced by Mr. Win. Ledford, of Slade, "A wife and five little children Coast-wis- e shipping through tho Attorney John M. Stevenson, and made a business trip to our town were all that saved Cnrt Kincaid, Panama canal was passed in the was presented with an armful of this week. of Stanton, from serving a term House of Representatives by the flowers bySMiss Mary Orutcher Rev. J. C. Hnnley made two of (50 days in the county jail. He overwhelming vote of 247 Vipninst upon thevJrehalf of the United trips to Lexington this past week was convicted Friday in Police Court on a charge of petit larce1G2. This measure has attracted Daughterajgf the Confederacy. on business. J. H. Hardwick, of Winches- ny, but his sentence wns susmore attention than any act of The Governor seems to be coming that, ter, and Robert Blackburn were pended on condition for hishe rethe administration except the in on the ground whero the other here famiturn home and care over Sunday. two scrapping Senatorial aspir-antly, which is dependent on him. Tariff and Currency bills. The Hatton Sherman Robbins, are loslflg. No one has any- Creek, made a trip toofLombard Kincaid, who is less than 30 years feature about the afold, was charged with stealing a fair is the fact that the Demo- thing against McCreary. His to see Alvin Hon this week. watch belonging to Mr. M. cratic platform on which Presi- record is clean. They only say he Miss Helen Welch left Tues- O'Mara from the Jones restaudent Wilson was elected declared is too old, and he has had office day for Cincinnati to visit with rant, corner Main and Washingin fovor of "free toll" for our enough. Agood man never had her sister, Mrs. G. W. Ferguson. ton streets. After the watch t. B coast wise shipping, which is meant, shipping from port to port on the United States territory. President Wilson after careful study came to the conclusion that free tolls is an un wise policy and he did what was wise and statesmanlike in reversing himself when he found a mistake had been made. It is said that a fool never'changeshis mind but a wise man does, when there is a good reason for so doing. The Panama Canal cost us upproximately $400,000,000 which was paid for by the American people, and why should less than 1 who own the ships reap the benefit of free toll which the other 99 have paid for "The fact of it is every ship of commerce passing through that Canal should pay the same rate in toll, and that is the only just and equitable way tp operate the Canal. Algin Former, aged years, diedat his home in Lexington, Sunday morning from Brjght's dipease and hardening of the arteries. Burial in the Lexington cemetery Monday. Deceased is survived by his wife who was Miss Margaret Hall, and three unmarried sons. Two of them are at home, while one of the sons is living in Cincinnati. Mr. Fortner movedfrom this cify to Lexington twenty years ago. He has many relatives and friends in Powell county who deeply regret, his departure. His funeral was attended by Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Welch, 2. T. Hall, Thos. Conlee, and Mrs. Mayme Derickson, all of this county. sixty-sev-e- n men of particular conscience can John (Hugley) Hardwick has support himfwithout the least de- gone to Mt. Sterling where he gree of temerity. will work on the farm recently purchased by J. H. Hardwick. X Popular Paper. Prof. Buck has so far recovered The MadWnian comes out this from his seigo of typhoid fever week in the most beautiful Eas- as to be able to return to his ter effect. 'It is well filled with home at College Corners, Ohio. local advertising, and high class Dr. J. E. Lemming went to seasonable fading. The r is a publication of which Winchester Monday to hear McCreary make his openRichmond should feel justly proud. It..s a typographical ing speech for the race as Senabeauty, well" filled each week tor. Green Spurlock, of South Fork, with interesting news items and timely editorials, well written Charlie Welch, John Sewell and and soundly! based upon firm Dr. Williams, of Clay City, made business trips to our town this priuciplesm week. Madi-snnia- n Gov-erno- office too much, and as to his age, Mr. John Williams and wife he is ten years younger than "Un-'cle- " visited over Sunday with Mr. Joe Oaniion. and the Demo- Williams' 6on, Henry Williams, in the Bluegrass. crats have run men for Rev Chas. G. Mann, of Clay 12 ears older than he. City, is holding a revival meetHis age is not hurting him, and ing at Nada this week. Vice-Preside- The L. &, N. will put on through has started a movement to trains from Louisville to McRob-ert- s May 1st. It will enable pashave Henry Youtsey pardoned. Her aim is to get 500,000 signa-ture- s sengers to make the trip through to a petition asking Gov- - either way in one day. ernor McCreary to give the mur- Mr. and Mrs. Edgar V. Bogan, derer his freedom. nre visiting The Times opposes any s,uch of Franklin, Ky Judge aud AJrs. Luther Loving. movemeut. There is but one fact about this .affair, Mrs. Bogan ib a sister to Mrs. nnd tluit. is that Caleb Powers. Loving. Jim Howard and, others who aid F. B. Russell, of Louisville, ed and abetted him are not mere with him a? they should be. No and Chas. Scott, of Lexington, wind-up- . sirree, let Mr. Youtsey stay were in the city Tuesday in conAs to Governor McOreary, he where ho is. nection with tho business of the is possibly by far the cleanest bank. the trio, and we never man of Death of Mrs. Richardson. failed to support him before. He Mrs. Pearson Richardson died The Ladies' Aid of the Metho-dis- t is temperate in habits and never church, will meet WednesWalters-villfails to support prohibition, and at her her home near Sunday night. Burial near day, April If), at Mrs. Eaton's. light the trusts too. Tho fact where she, Miss Fannio Mize is visiting that he is conceded to not be in the Cottage Furnace formerly lived. race is the reason why many, with her husband, the the her aunt, Mrs. Nannie McKinney has are for either Stanley or Beck, The bereaved a husbandnumber of near Winchester. sympathy of large ham. friends who have learned to love Before buying your Spring hats, Garden Seed (Jonc. both him nd 18 estimable Iiiva .ftviA in anil Ifpt. mv wifo. v The garden Beed sent to this a nice line of Ladjes.', Misses', and oflice for distribution by Children's, ia;eet style ana W. T. Bunch, of Clark county, Cant nil are all gone, so hats. Come in and see, you need not call expecting to will ho in this city, Saturday, whethei you buy or not. saddle plant your garden with Govern-men- t Apr. 18th, with Nora Mays. seed this year. The editor stallion, Marshall. McDonald, We are selling'the new. Royal Sewis glad to havo you call any way, 4120. All farmers interested in even though the seed aroall gone. horse ruising are invited to see ing Machine, prices from $20.00 this animal in action at Eaton's N, 0. Walters, of Winchester, stable at 2 o'clock on this date. up, 10 year guaranty, MrBjvJ. W. Williams. -- Adv. was hero'Tucsday, ... , n every one knows it does not, because any man can get all the from out of the State he wants, a'd that, was what the "Webb bill proposed to stop. Mr. Stanley has never failed to stand by tho people against, the trusts. He is not afraid of them, and is ready to fight them six days out of the week, and we belieye that he would not represent the L & N. railroad that helped to mur-deGov. Beckham's dead for ten times $800, per year, though his connection with Governor Goebel was not nearly so ;lose as that of Mr. Beckham. Our Bro. Derthick is taking the natural view of the situation, and the support of the whiskey men does not generally look good to us, but we are glad to see that there are a number of Btrong local papers fighting with their might and strength for tho popular Congressman. They see him ns we see hint, and they see Mr. Beckham as we see him. They, like ns, want a man who stands up for the people against the trusts nud railroads, and wljo has the conrago to vote for what lie thinktris right, and generally proves to be right in the r. e, time. He said the law would not have the desired effect and IftnVforVrtorrigVthe WA.Sme1'itt!rr .whoseslight-indispositio- - and nervous breakdown we mentioned last week, brought on by the excessive use of tobacco, has about recovered and has resumed his work at the Brodhead-Garret- t mill as sawyer. Sunday is Easter Sunday. Many persons have told us that there is no use of expecting Spring weather until after Easter, for it never comes only for a few days at a time. Well, we'll accept, the prophecy, that Easter is so close at hand. . Mrs. H. H. Hoskins, of Miami, Texas, who is visiting relatives in this county, has gone to for a short Btay with Mrs. Grant Elkin who is a sister to her husband. Beat-tyvill- e com-ra.d- Wants Youtsey Pardoned Mrs. Kate Brown, of Frank-fort- Hardwick and Company was called by telegram to his home at Birmingham, Alabama on business we suppose. Major Blackburn has been quite sick with rheumatism the past, few days and is not able to leave the house. He is some better at this writing. Rev. W. W. Strickland left to preach on Hardwick's creek the last Sunday in March. He was seen n Clay City on Monday but no one has seen or heard of him since. He left his things at Doc Dehart's home. Fiscal Court is in session this week. Most of the men were those recently elected and serving for the first time. Some minor claims were allowed. Hugh Johnson was allowed $2o for wait-inon Bmall pox patients for $27 days. After a vacation Carl Holmes has resumed his carrying of the United States mail. We trust that Carl aud Uncle Sam will get along first rate. Uncle Sam is very exacting but is a good employer and demands faithful service. Mr. Algin Faulkner, formerly of Powell County, but of Lexington died in that city last Saturday and was buried there. Among those who attended the funeral from around here were Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Welch, nnd son Carl, Zack Hall aud Mr. g 'iir? Mirrow-of thefirnVDf o Morrow. that a new and improved train service will be inaugurated over The Winchester Sun announces T e his-fin- e y the Lexington and Eastern railroad, whereby a fast and through train will be put on between and Louisville making it possible for passangers to leave Louisville and reach MeRoborts the same day. This will be good news to a great many people. Dr. I. W. Johnson took Miss Frances Kabele to Lexington last week where a consultation was held with Dr. Stucky, the ear No operation was specialist. necessary at this time and possi Kincaid was suspected and the police notified. Chief McCord went to the depot and watched for the man. He was caught with the goods on him. Kincaid had thrown away another watch, thinking that he had made good his theft of Mr. O'Mara's timepiece." The Sunday School Convention just held at Irvine was a splendid one from a point of program and attendance. There were noj. so very many delegates from tlm counties in the District, thpre not being a single delegate from Lee county, but the people of Irving turned nut well. As is to be expected A. T. Stewart of our tow'n made an impression on the people of Irvine in his speech. The people of Irvine think that they have a splendid teacher in Mis' Bettie Boone, and many words of commendation were heard on all sides. She is held in very high esteem hv the students and Miss Mary Lyle like's Irvine so well that it i doubtful if she will return to our little burg. Irvine is certainly on a big boom and building up fast. The convention for next year will he held in Stanton sometime in Mav. Tho writer was for the third time as President of the District, with Miss Rose Coldiron of Hazel Green as Secretary, also in her third year. The writer cannot possibly understand why the editor of this paper supports Stanley in his race for the United States Senate. He has been one of the staunchest supporters of the liquor traffic ever since he has heeiv a Senator. The whiskey men today are backing him solidly in his present race. The light between him aud Beckham is no, one of politics for they both to the same party but it i a fight over the issue between li quor and Prohibition. Stanley voted against the Webb bill and wrote articles for the whiskey papers stating why he ,wns opposed to the Webb bill. He is opposed to the National Prohibition bill that the temperance forces are trying to introduce for tho of the Constitution, and has clearly demonstrated all that he is against Prohibition. He is owned and controlled by the whiskey people, and is doing his bust to defeat any legisla-tioagainst whiskey. Mr. Stnn-lemay have done one or two good tilings as a Senator against, the Steel Trust, but the Steel Trust is of little consequence when compared to the liquor traf-fi- e of our country. The people are rising up in their might and power and are going to wipe out the liquor traffic, and we need the support of every Senator we can get. The writer is for Beck ham, but should the editor not care to vote for him then there is Governor McCreary who is far more preferable than Mr. Stan-leTho limior traffic is tho great- ert issuo before the people today !..!. I ... litaim It iuubi l. - reiui'ii riin, aim there is only one way that is right, and that is destioy it. cii-zens? be-lon- g n y v. .. 1 . Tho Kecional Bank cities have been selected. Both Louisville, and Cincinnati lose. Kentucky territory is divided. This part of I'UllLISUKP KVKKV TMUltSDAY. the State is assigtiedto tho Cleveland, Ohio territory, whilo tho Subscription rates SI a year or three western portion of the State goes years in ndvnnco $2. to St. Louis, Mo. We were first, anxious for Louisvillo, then Cin.J. E. Uurgher, Publisher. cinnati, and Cleveland last of all s Entered as mail matter. the proposed places. St. Louis would have been more convenient April 9, 1914. for this territory. Tho law is all Thursday, right, if, as in our situation, it is a little inconvenient. CLUB RATES. For the convenience of our subSomo men are great and others scribers, we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices just make a great noise. THE TIMES. RcpublicWpapcr to start a tir, put in glaring headlinej -- Beeond-clns- Pour thousand thrown out of employment account tho tariff." Tho four thousari'd laborers can find employment ..very easily by calling on tho farmers of the country who novgr can find labor enough to pYoperly handle their crops, and this will tdnd to help increase the production of food products that are now so scarce and high. This is one wav of reducing tho high cost of living. A whole lot of .people are ns much concerned over the canal tools as if they owhed ships. The Clay City National Wants the business of all who value Courtesy, Safety and Good Methods. Capital. - $25,000.00 Surplus. 6,000.00 Shareholders' Liability, 25.000.00 below mentioned : The Times and Cincinnati Enquirer " Louisville Herald Home and Farm " " $1.00 1 00 80 80 Inland Farmer Southern Agriculturist 80 Clay HAYING DECIDED TO MAKE A City A Quarter of National a Century in Clay City. Bank, CLAY CITY. KENTUCKY. Change in Our Shoe Insurance companies arc forming in all parts of the State since no many of the big fire companies have withdrawn from the State. If the new law has bluii'ed the gigantic concerns from the State, and they will only stay away long enough for Kentucky concerns to form and write their own business, the new law will have served a double purpose, both of which will be beneiicial to the State, one purpose being the lowering of rates, and the other that of organizing new companies to assume our own risks which will leave the business and its profits in our own State where it should always have been. May the foreign companies never return to Keutucky to reap the profits that Jventuckians themselves should have always had. On the first page of this issue will be found an article upon the Department this Fall, we will, in order to accomplish that end, sell all our present stock of more than 500 pairs of Men's, Women's and Children's Shoes at some for less tha'n'cost and all at a big reduction in price as per list mentioned, and if you don't need Shoes at the present time, 'twill pay you to lay in your supplies while these prices last, Men's High Tops, $4.50, ., sale price wiiile tney last, o.uu " Boys' " '2.50 13.00 2.85 Men's Work Shoes 8.00 u i 2.00 " 2.50 Men's u Men's Dress Shoes 4.00 "iS 2.85 8.50 " ".2.50 Men's 2.23 " 3.00 Men's " 2.00 2i50 Men's ,f-- Prepare for the Cold greatly reduced prices. Some will go for cost, Weather and buying' what comfortable to keep you warm, By Coming to SHIMFESSEL'S 8 clothing you need. Everything either. and not drain your pocketboolc Suits for Men and Boys, CLOAKS and SUITS for Women's" cc " (I " " 8.00 2.50 2.00 1 .1 7K ii it it ii " w2.25 l.S)0 "1135 ' M Women and Girls. - treatise of apple trees to prevent wormy"Truit?Tlie only prevent" tive of course is the spray, and no is the time to spray. Pow ell should be one of the best fruit .counties in the State, but it can never grow high class marketable a'pples without the spray. It ;is time then that some of our en terprising farmers with a large 'orchard should introduce the .spraying of fruit trees. We hope every reader of this paper will carefully study this article, and if they have an orchard of import ance, let them determine to take the advice of tho writer, and tpray their trees that they may s;e iiunv utiu better trim. Mrs?ea5lMti2i50 a' i. 2.00; it 1.9K ff? si'OOit. ii V r.35 1K25 'TheyareTnaa Our JvSl to.'fit and' to Be Stylish too know we can invite you Boys' it ii 1.75 2.50 2.00 1.75 1.50 it " " .100 ,,2.00. 1.50 1.85 slock is subject to your inspection and we or we wouldn't fit you out in what you need, have a good many good Shoes and these cheap prices are no sign that the Shoes are cheap, as our line will compare favorably with the best in the Comity. Sale is now going on 'and will continue until our whole stock of Shoes are sold. We to come 'and trade where serviceable goods at you have been buying prices e for the past twenty-fiv- years. Mrs. J. W. Williams. Starck Pianos No Money ill Advance Srttiafao lion Guar iwi wmt ii nutead LoweniNet Fu ot ory Prices K a s i es Tor mil A Saving of Fno-(or- p a. starck president S1UO to 8 2 (I O y From Direct Wo will 30 IMann In you. home. No cash payment required. All we ask Is that you will play upon, una piano for 30 days. If, at the end of that time, you do not find It the and test this hlehest grade, sweetest toned and llnest piano In every way, that you have ever seen for the money, you are at perfect liberty to send It back, and we will, In that event, pay the freight both ways. This Starck I'lano must make good with you, or there Is no sale. 41! lAVC' vu uniw -- ii ship you a beautiful Htarck EE! EC TDIAI I ii ink trial. days' free for Easy Payments in your' humt OWN Save $150.00 or More We ship illrcct to you from our factory, at prices. that savejou upwards of 1)150.00 lu the We guarantee to furnish cost of your piano. you a bettrr piano tor the money tban you can mvure elsewhere-- . You are assured of receiving a eatistuctory aweet toned durable high grade piano, 25-Ye- ar You pay no cash down, but alter 80 days trial, jou can begin payment on the lowest, easiest term! ever suggested by s piano manufacturer. These terms are arranged to ault your convenience, and it Is possible for you to buy a piano for your home, without . iniwlng the money, , Of Guarantee aiareK Starclt I'lano Ii gusranircd for 31 y'ar, has lucU This guarantee of It our 33 years ol piano experience, and Die repu tatlon of an old established, responsible piano house Kvrry 2nd-Han- d Bargains 60 Free Muslo Lessens To every purchaser of Starck Piano, " give free muslo lesson, in oue of the best known schools In Chicago. These lessons you can take In ruur own home, by mall. This represents one year's free instruction, We hire constantly on hand a large number of slightly used piano of all ana second-hinstindarJ make taken In exchange for new Ktarck Pianos The followand Plaicr-Pianoing are a few sample bargains i Player-Piano- s Starek .Player. Piano are the best ami most beauti- Weber Stetnway Chlckerlng, i. $110.00 92.00 80.09 95.00 199.00 bargain list. ful Player Piano on the You will be demarket. lighted with the many exclusive features of these wonderful instruments, and will Im pleased with the very low prices at which inry can bo secured. Piano book large Kimball Starck eccond-han- for cur new beautifully Illustrated piano Send today leek Fraa Interest Send for our latest complete tion regarding plauo. This book will please you, which give you a amount of Informa- P. A. STAltCK PIANO CO.. 1384 Sturok Dldfi., CIIICAGy writ and today. THE TIMES. A HOME-MAD- David Curtley, attending visiting at his former residence, the Orphans' Home. who has been school at Jackson, is . Now is HI the time to take a in swimming. Removes Shin USE HOPE MILLS FLOUR Talking About Flour Have you ever tried the PEAItl. brandy No. Fail not to try it at the first opportunity if you would know what a good flour really i". We also make the Clears Complexion .Blemishes Why go through life embarrassed Word comes from Irvine that Mrs. Frank Mize, formerly Miss and disfigured with pimples, erupred rough skin, THURSDAY, April 0, 1 911. Maudo Wnrmouth, of this city, tions, blackhends, or suffering the tortures of Eczema, is confined to her home in Irvine ltchj tetter,, silt rheum. Just ask with small-pox- . LOCAL BREVITIES. your Druggist for Dr. Hobson'p J. Clyde Nelson, editor of the Eczema Ointment. Follow the Try our 'anned'goods 81 00 per Bath County World, has been ap- simple suggestions and your skin dozen assorted. Mrs. J. W.Williams. pointed postmaster at Sharps-burg- . worries are over. Mild, Soothing, The brethren of the press effective. Excellent for babies and Mr. nml Mrs. A. D. Williams of the State are extending con- delicate, tender skin. Stops chaparo visiting a daughter at gratulations both to Mr. Nelson ping. Always helps. Relief or Ohio. and the patrons of the ollice up- money back. 50c, at your DrugHei- on his success. Pat Henry was down from gist. Adv..,' delberg a few days this week to Send to Wwell for Doctors. The Rev. Chae. G. Mann, pas-to- r visit home folks. An appeal has gone from Lewis' of the Presbyterian church, Mrs. Caroline J. Derickson will hold a week or ten days county to Governor McCreary spent a few days this week with meeting with his congregation in asking that .the State take steps her son, John Derickson, at Jack- this city, beginning tomorrow to eradicate the county of small son. night. Rev. Mann has been in pox. The persons appealing to Miss Maude Wright, of Mobile, the midst of a very successful re- the Governor caid there were fifAla., is visiting the family of her vival at Nada. In the meeting ty cases scattered over the counrelatives, Judge anil Mrs. W. T. there Sunday morning there were ty, and that, the county authorieleven professions of faith in ties were not combatting the disMcGnire. E . Mid-dletow- PAPER. Sy PEERLESS SELF-RISINCJ FLOUR. 'WJWm& SM, grocer hasn't it ask h'ni to get it for you. With it bread rnukiug will be easy. Made by J. ANDREW CAIN, Versailles, Ky. When in Need of Builder's Hardware, Cabinet Mantles, Grates, Tiles, The total value of all property listed in Estill county as recently published by the Irvine papers is $1,405,827. Christ. Will Meet in Louisville. ease. If the Governor will send Judge M. M. Redwine, of Elliott county will try the pending election contest cases in Estill county this week. Five newspaper men were Representatives at Frankfort during the recent session, and they all nerved with credit to themselves, with one exception and that was Strengthens Weak and Tired Women Adam Spahn, of Louisville, who "I was under a great strain nursvoted against the car fare ing a relative through these monbill. ths' sickness," writes Mrs. J. C. Spring Laxative and Blood Cleanser Van Do Sande, of Kirkland, III., Flush out the accumulated waste and ' 'Electric Bitters kept me from and poisons of the winter months; breaking down. I will never be cleans your stomach, liver and kid- with out it." Do you feel tierd neys of all impurities. Take Dr. and worn out? No appetite and 'King'B New Life Pills; nothing food won't digest? Tt isn't the better for purifying the blood. spring weather. You need Electric Mild, noii griping laxative. Cures Bitters, a month's treatconstipation; makes you feel fine. ment nothing better for Take no other. 25c, at your Drug- stomach, liver and kidneys. The gist. great spriug tonic. Belief or money Uuoklen's Arnica Salve for All buck. 60c. und 8100, at your DrugIlur4s. Adv. gist. Adv. The Times is in receipt of the program of the Kentucky Educational Association to be held in Louisville, April 29, 30, May 1, 2. At this meeting there will be a number of prizes. The railroads will give a rate of one fare for rouad tfip plus 25 cents. If you are .going to Louisville about this time, be sure and call for the reduced rates. some Powell county M. D.'s over there they will show them how to stamp out the disease. They have never failed to do it in this county, and we believe they could do the same good work just as well in Lewis county. Check Your April Couch Cooking or Heating Go to or Write Stoves, Thawing frost and April rains chill you to the very marrow, you catch cold Head and lungs stuffed You are feverish Cough continually and feel miserable You need Dr. King's New Discovery. It soothes inflamed and irritated throat and lungs, stops cough, and you seel fine. Mr. J. T. Davis, of Stickny Corner, Me., "Was cured of a dreadful cough after doctor's treatment and all other remedies failed. Relief,oi jnoney back. Pleas ant Children like it. Gel a bottle 50c. and 81 00 at your Druggist. Adv. to-da- y. Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, Winchester, - Ky. We invite you to see our new readymade waists, dresses and underwear. Mrs. .1. W. Williams. Hardwick & Co.'s Spring and Summer TREES! . STRAWBERRY PLANTS Gome to Our Store And let uh show you what a nice line of goods wh carry. 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 satIf you are isfy your wants in everything, and know can save you money. 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 every 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. "Queen Quality' and "Boston we have them in the latest things in Oxfords Favorite" Shoes for Women 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-OveShoes for Men in the new and staple styles in patent leathers, Hart, Schaff-nand tan, in button and lace Oxfords and regular Shoes. & Marx and "The Matchless" brand Clothing for Men, "Astor" 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 flouncings, 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 are selling Cotton's King flour at $2.80 per hundred or 70c for 25 lbs., every sack guaranteed. Sugar, 20 lbs. for $ .00, $4.75 per hundred, and roasted coffee, 8c per pound. r" gun-met- al er ready-to-wear 1 1 ORCHARD, NO AQENTS LAWN and GARDEN, Our stock of Dry Kooils, Notion1-- , FREE CATALOQS Groceries, Hardware, Clothing, Shoes and etc. ia replete with H. F. Hillenmeyer& Sons, Lexington, Ky. Nurserymen Since 1641. Mtv? Variety, Style and Quality. THIS COMBINED WITH OUR E fc w r? w w w x ww w w A CAPITA!, STOCK. tflOO.OOO BUIU-LU- H AND UN- - Low Prices Make it to your interest to give us a good whare of TUB K WlNOnESTKR BAN3C. $ 0 WlNOUBTKK, ICt. E N. llOIJtV be- your trade. We strive to please our customers p ki "IV. WlTHMHPOON, PKEMi H. Hpuaii, Oauuihk. jj y u cause we know satisfied customers are our best HesetH. y, VOTJIt ACCOUNTS solicited g aa pa ga ta sta vs. sa re va XT i 1 WALDRON & JOHNSON, rllnilu. IU aor I V UMOKir r V MlltTM ntwniiHiM, pviw I .. i .. I1k.1Ml Ann liL Your aiow LaakUUall tot acta la asjr part 4 ah.. lu1 "" Waltersville, Ky. uuisluui iwaiy nmpuY. Udatton. S4I EMt MM kY Hardwick & Co., Stanton. 0 To Prevent Wormy Apples, TIiu fruit crop for 11)14 promises to be a very j:ood otic. The trees hnve piiFfed the winter in pood shiipe anil unless a severe freeze occurs within the next few weeks the are t lint Kentucky r will enjoy u fruit year. The interest in t he production of better fruit has been very gratifying and ma- ' ny orchards that have been neglected for some time past have been pruned, sprayed and otherwise put in kooiI condition. The spray that has been applied up to the present time has been the dormant application for .San Jose scale principally. Many growers who are just starting to care for their orchards feel that this application is suflicient. "They should remember that this 'application is made more as a protection to the tree and not so 'much for the fruit itself. The application that is to show greater results from a fruit standpoint has yet to be made, and it is known as the codling moth spray. The codling moth is the insect that cuuses the apples to become "wormy" and drop oil" prematurely. It is safe to say that over fifty per cent, of the apples raised in the State are infested w'tli the larvae of this insect. The moth is grayish brown in appearance and usually flies at. night. The female moth deposits her eggs on the calyx end of the fruit and on nearby leaves and branch es about blossoming time. The eggs hatch in from five to ten days after they are laid. As soon as the worm hatches it crawls to the nearby apples and usually enters the open calyx or blossom end. Advantage should be taken of the fact that the worm enters the open calyx of the apple and an .attempt should be made to spray the trees just after the blossoms drop and before the calyx cup closes. If the spraying is delayed too long the calyx cup closes 'around the worm and it is impossible to reach it with poison. This spray should be directed down into the blossoms with as much force as possible. Arsenate of lead and Paris indi'-ations ban-ne- green are the principal poisons used ni combating this insect. Of the two, arsenate of lead is preferable because it adheres better and because it is not so liable to burn the foliage. It should be used at the rate of three pounds of arsenate of lead to fiftygallons of water. Paris green should be used at the rate of five to eicht ounces to fifty gallous of water. r should One galion of be added to forty gallons of the spray because 01 its vaiue in checking the different fungous diseases, such as black rot and apple scab. Tn this section there are two broods of codling moth in a year. The second'brood usually makes . till its appearance trom tne miuaie ot July to the first of August. The same spray as given above may be applied. If bitter rot is troublesome, Bordeaux mixture should bo substituted for the lime-sulfu1 m 1 lime-sulphur. w .SPOUT SPRING. A. E. Sams was in Winches er Wednesday on business. W. L. Bvrd is iii Tennessee buying cattle td be shipped in for the Mt. Sterling court market Mrs. J. D. Snowdcn who has been quite sick' for sometime, is not making very satisfactory Farm Drain Tile mmM M1B fTitniwlam. 11, m roar WdlBf ta IU tftirriuMiittwiti'1 Ml KhrrtrnliirfJ If Mate Of. In ... , Training School for Teachers A tlrVati. Vall-- O f Keatikkf tkhuvli Ml OuraM pelittfa. Pi v Oar!. TwltlABFretAp Trnipltnll-li1- R 1 BittorlM.new hMrl prattle rl.Mt, FMMMid improvements. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Barnett are rejoicing over the arrival of boy winch arm an eleven-pouned at their home March 01st. d Fnmi Term Apni i, tarMSett iw.tlejfovmbnr Trm I mMMl trtUiM bull H wriWqi!ptJ ttrkaltiire. UV TMrt Term J, O. CnAlWB, Prcf.Men!. "l" '" Wis Wo have just received a nice line of Jacquard walstlngs, Percales Chiviots anil Poplins. Mrt. J. W.Williams. Depositors Sate. JrT'r' $4 One 50c Bottle o Make Your Wet Land Productive. Hy the u.o of drain tile you cat. turn that low, wet, ueelews, swampy field into the most pro.luetivo spot on your farm. Good tilt, properly placed, not only carrie off surplus water, it admits air to tbe soil tind makes it easy, to work. It improves any soil. The increutr in the value of tin- - land Ih iniui.v timen the cost of the tile. The fiiit. year's crop from tiled land pays for it. Any body can do the work successfully. Write for particu- or cHl at our plant. Jars to place some of the meterial in every calyx cup. It is not so nec essary to try and sprav every leaf, but. tne operaton should aim to reach all of the fruit. For further infornation address the Department of Horticulture, Kentucky Experiment Station, Catarrh Cannot be Cured .1. II. Carmody, with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, hb Asst. Horticulturist. they cannot reach the seat of the Where Was Beckham. disease. Catarrh is a blond or conMr. Stanley is already press- stitutional disease, and in order to ing Mr. Beckham hard. Stanley's cure it you must take internal remdramatic question, "Where wa; edies. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taBeckham when Bryan's Balti ken internally, and acts directly more resolution denouncing the on the blood and mucous surfaces. crowd was Hall's Catarrh Cure h not a quark is giving Mr. Beck- medicine. adopted?" It was prescribed by ham a world of trouble. Stanley, one of the best physicians in this James and one or two others casi country for years and is a regular JU votes .for it, and Mr. Beck prescription. It is composed pf the with ham carried 22 votes against it. best tonics explanation is that he was the best blood purifiers, acting diHis opposed to such a summary pro- rectly on the mucous surfaces. The ceeding." Bryan's resolution perfect combination of the two inmade Wilson President, and the gredients is what produces such Wilson Democrats will show how wonderful results in curing Cathey stand by endorsing Stan- - tarrh. Send for testimonials' free. ley's vote. liopKinsvillo F. J. Cheney & Co., Props., To Morgan-Ryan-Belmo- portant from a fruit standpoint. Particular effort should be made These sprayings are very im- The First National Bank of Loudon, Kentucky, has been closed by order of the Comptroller of the Currency. There are $807,000 deposited with the bank, but every dollar of this will be paid the depositors, and it is thought that the affairs of the bank can be so straightened out as to enable the bank to open up for business in a few days. Uncle Sam certainly is looking after the safety of the depositors' money. That is why they are regarded with such safety. d.iwn th; threat r, a "sapey fio worm chicken destroy mil snvoi tl.o c!.;c ' life. A f.-.JroH l:i the drln'slne water JMW Red River Brick & Tile Company, STANTON KKNTUCKY. CUFJESand PREVENTS GAPES whlto rtlarthooa. roup, cholera end othir chick disease. Bourbon Poultry Cure Makes 12 Gallons of Medicine. Every poultry raiser should keep a bottle of .... h.,n.l W.ifn frr f nm .amnli . 1 1.. and Booklet ou Diseases ot Foxrls." Address, ill BOURBON REMEDY ZOVfkm, Ltilnglon, Ij. r Mil REPORT on D.i. ri I Ice eicluilTfly. DAuK Kami i vrm in Manr on HOW TO OfSTAlM I lutt-nI Hflid iskflcli V it H. vy 'tittreplsV t'ltbio, for t v rat(ntiract- - I Knthlnff i. TnfirA l,nrrTtni In thn home man elo.tr, rteady ll'it. Iii'iire tni5 D7 eit:iir .i.o ou uiu Dumi clear and without n (llekir down to the last drop, cmde oil refined to fTf .ftlon. CoU no mafl tltm tho Inferior tankwacon o'.U mires MON CY saves WOUK oaves eves. Your dKUr has OLITR Oir. In barrels direct from our works. Inmltulsli book St I.I. PATENTS, Whirl. onc will par I, partner, tf patent Uvr and tliu r t lhiri tnvnnattoo. t Clias. C. Stoii Oil Co. Lexington, Ky. Itcflnerr at Warren, ra. Auto Oil. We sell tha celebrated "Ko Carb" PATEMT LAWYERS. 1303 Seventh St., Washington. 0. C. known.-corabine- d HUSBAND RESCUED DESPAIRING WIFE I had gotten iveii-tuckia- n. -- ledo, Ohio. After Foar Years of Discouraging Said by Druggists, price 75c. received a full line We have jiint Conditions, Mrs. Bollock Gave Take Hall's Family Pills for con- of women's ru6t proof corsets ig stipation. Adv. different styles at $1 00, 81 50 and Up in Despair. Husband fi 00. Every one guaranteed. Don't fail to see our laces and Came to Rescue. embroideries. Mrs. J W. Williams. 4.A4- J. 4-4.4.-- so weak I could not stand, and I gave up in despair. com- At last, my husband got me a bottle of Cardui, the woman's tonic, and I menced taking it From the very first t OVER 6C YEARS- - EXPERIENCE SPRING TIME IS HERE. s Z i Sanaa Designs Copyrights Ac. TRADE lYIAHHB dose, I could tell it was helping me. I can now walk two miles without its Catron, Ky. In an Interesting letter tiring me, and am doing all my work." If you are all run down from womanly from this place, Mrs. Bettie Bullock troubles, don't give up in despair. Try writes as follows : "1 suffered for four years, with womanly troubles, and during Cardui, the woman's tonic. It has helped this time, I could only sit up for a little more than a million women, in its 50 while, and could not walk anywhere at years of continuous success, and 'should DRESSING TIME, TO . t We have laid up in our shelves a new Anron sending; a sksteh and description rasr qnlcklr ascertain o ir opinion free whether an Invention U probably patentable. Communlca llonsslrletlreonncieiitlal. HANDBOOK on f stents sent free. Oldest aaencr for securing paten Is. l'atenta token tbrounh Muun A Co. receive tpetlal m(k, without charge, ta the line of Dry Goods, such as Ginghams, Calico's, Percales, Serge, Dress Linen, Cartin Swiss, and many other things too numerous to mention here. We invite you to come, look our stock over and see for yourself. We bought the best quality that money could buy. Scientific American. A handsomely Illustrated weeilr. lanrest elr. culatloil of anr selenlluo Journal. Terms, 13 a Tear i (our months, II. goldsall newsdealers. York MUNN & Co.3BB'"-"N- ew Branca Omce. S5 F 8U Washington. IX. C. would have severe pains surely help you, too. Your druggist has sold Cardui for years. He knows what in my left side, Tbe doctor was called in, and his treat- it will do. Ask him. He will recomall. At times, 1 ment relieved me for a while, but I was mend soon confined to my bed again. After that, nothing seemed to do me any good. it Begin taking Cardui today. Chatttooos Medicine Co., Ladles' Chattanoogi, Tenn., for Spedal Jtutructtonl an your case an464-psf- e book, lloma 6 Treatment far Women," sent la plain wrapptr. Advisory Dept., Write tat r III, , What you want in paint is one that flovra freely from the brush, that spreads evenly, but has enough body to stay spread. ; i Bargains here. Come on with your Orders, We will wait on you with a Smile. Cash or Country Produce In Exchange for MerchanEggs, Chickens, good old Country dise. Hams, Butter, etc., at the market price. Yours Vary Truly, shut your eyes and tell from the feel of the brush, as you paint, that You can H'i, .da .jfVv Mm Hanna's Green Seal Paint Is smooth, elastic aad tenacious. You can tfeel it cling to the wood, and ia after years you can see it clinsj' full-bodied, A. M. Lowe & flo., ROSSLYN MERCHANTS. V There 4is. no secret about Making good, durable paint. The formula is mm. every can the Green Seal Paint. 7 FOR SALE BY AfkinsoriTcc JLyle, Eaton 5flVlcGuirc, Clay Gity, Ky, Stanton,