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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): April 16, 1914 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1914 cla1914041601_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 16, 1914 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1914 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CLAY CITY TIMES. 81.00 a Year In'Advanw. W't are here to belp Clay. City, the SorronnJinu Country aol Ourselves. .1. E. Hurghcr. Publisher. VOL. XIX. (loins Ont of the Business. r CLAY (31TY. KY Looks Like War with Mexico. THURSDAY A PHIL 10. I9M. NO. H ' jiiXhsfn??invboe . Estill Democrats Win. ev. Walter McPli-ron- , of He STANTON NEWS. College of the Bible at LexingIn the special term of the situation between the An acute Circuit Court which convon- United States and Mexico has Mr$. Josiah Dehart visited it ton, preached at tho Christian President fed bore Wednesday morning Lombard last week. been brought about-b. C. S. Mad hiirch Sunday. Wilson ordering practically the with JudgetM. M. Hedwine, who den. of Caney, Morgan count , Mrs. Irvin, of Clay City, visitentire Atlantic fleet to Tnmpico was designated by the Governor to enforce a demanded public sa- to try the election contest cases, ed at Mrs. J. D. Atkinson's last will preach at tin' Christian liuivli the fourth Sunday in tli", lute from the Iluerta government, the decisipnjiwent m favor of the week. contestants, to the American flag for the ar- four Domuyratic month. Mr. George Coulee and wife, rest of a detachment of marines. namely, Win. Broaddus, against A double header "ft fire to t lit G. W. Powell, for Sheriff; John of Richmond, were here visiting The decision to order tho coal house of the writer and bt,. to Mexican waters followed Horn againSt Ancil Powell, for last week. a long conference of President Jailer; J. Ei Alexander against. for hard work on the part of Mr. H. E. We8t)for County Clerk, Wilson, Secretary of State Miss Anna Hardwick visited Bill Scott and Mrs. Derfhick Richardson against.). her sister, Mrs. Molhe Crawford, John Lind, the P.csidont's and J. loth the homes, including Mr. personal representative to Mexi- S. Land, fbrSchool Superintend- of Jackson over Sunday. Scott's would have been burned co, who has just returned to ent, The oases were submitted Washington and a two hours' to the Court Wednesday morning Mr. Fred Blackburn attended down as the coal house is bo Cabinet, meeting. Iluerta dis- and the voluminous record the Educational Conference just tween the two houses. A larg some time to co" over. putes the right of marines to be hole was burned in the roof of held in Louisville. on shore at Tampico. He denies The case wa1? argued by AttorPedlptbh and Friend for the the obligations demanded, and neys Mr A. T. Stewart, visited his the coal house. and by brother, C. L. Stewart, at. Jacksays he will maintain Mexico's Democratic-contestanMr. Morrow and his wife hav. honor as he sees it, at whatever Attorneys Gourley and Miller for son Saturday and Sunday. left for Birmingham, Ala., when' the Republicans. cost necessary. Mr. Morrow has accepted a fin Major Blackburn, who has been Alexander, and Richardson, Killing at Irvine. Democrats, jwere elected on the quite sick with rheumatism is position as mechanical engineer, his old trade before coming to Marshals Joe Spivey and Hen-r- face of the returns, wh:le Powell, some better at this writing. Garrett Republican, for Jailer, received Denner shot Stanton to be bookkeeper for at Irvine Thursday night. Mrs. Jeff Martin's father has Hardwick & Co, We regret to a majority. jof one vote. The and tho police had had pre- SherilF's race between Wm. been very sick for several weeks, see them leave but do not hlaiw vious trouble, and it is alleged Broaddus, Democrat, and G. W. had threatened the Powell, Republican, resulted up- but is some better at, this writ- them when it means $115 more that Garrett salary a mouth. officers. Garrett had been to on the face of the returns in a ing. Richmond Thursday and was tie, was wqrYby Powell m castMiss Tenna Derickson, of Mt. Tom Conlee's home was burned walking up town in company with ing lots by the board of election Canaan is visiting her brother, to the ground last, Tuesday night, Wm. Hackney from the depot commissioners. Algin Derickson, of Breathitt a week ago. The origin of tho with pistol in hand. The officerp The seeing him with his gun, appris- have not. Republican contestants county. fire is unknown. Mr. Coulee had whether yetannounced ed trouble and ordered him to or not they-wiltake the case to Mr. Will Kash, of Jackson, a narrow escape and nothing wa; drop the pistol, and upon his the Court-oAppeals. Estill was here this week on legal busi- saved from the building. The failure to do so, they together, Tribune. ': ness. He is ix rising young'Iaw-ye- r fire started in the kitchen where it is said, began shooting at him, if . . there had been no fire for sever and killed him. Hackney, who of that town. Postmaster O'Rear. was with him was shot in the al days. There was $1500 insur-inc- e Mr. J. H.lG'Itear has been notiMrs. Callie Davis and little arm, but not seriously hurt. on the house. fied of his appointment as post- daughter, of Hamilton, Ohio, are The writer was on the head of Our shortage of space has again master of.CIay City. Mr. 0' Rear's visiting her parents, Mr. and crowded nut seme valuable news appointmeiif;Vvill meet with a gen- Mrs. Ance Norton, and her many Big Frozen last Sunday where he itemB. They will appear next week eral appro iiV of the patrons of the organized a Sunday School at the if we can possibly, find roonvfor pfHcJ?t1vijJseU.quaUfi8dJfor4h,e kin folks. Lick lfieraCofrVderiU'1etter?are position and will make' us a goon Word comes to us that Prof. moutlrtif Rock on in BreathittWilson Jiranch set at they are receivea, nence tne postmaster: He wijl be qualified Buck will return to Stanton county. While that, has been growing among my last ones to arrive at this office are and assume; charge of the office in, he ran across Jim Mullins who probably this week. We shall patrons the last two years or the ones omitted. a few (weeks, we learn. There are used to live on Mr. J. C. Patmore is not confined to my patmany disappointed applicants, all be glad to see him again after rick's place. He wants to com.' We are selling the new Royal Sewrons and against the booze in my of wl.oni are capable and worthy in his long sickness. back to Stanton as he said it wai saloon alone. Social and business ing Machine, prices from ci().00 every respect- - The Times would Mrs. Ellen Hanks, of Spencer the best place where he had ever conditions have changed until up. jo year guaranty. like to have seen all or any one of booze and booze fighting have no Mrs. .1. W. Williams, them have got the place, but as nil Station, died very suddenly last lived. scheme place in the present-dacould not be supplied, we are pleas- week. Her brother, Tom Can- There will be a Sunday School of things. The ability to carry a the citv. but we know in our ed as equally well with Mr. O'Rear. dill, was called there but arrived Institute of tho West Lexington jag gracefully is no longer es- hearts that it is a rotten busi- The office will remain where it is too late to see her alive. Presbytery at Winchester April teemed as one of the polite acnow located which is the best locomplishments of a gentleman, ness. Mr. C. C. Jackson, was in town A splendid program ha I am cation obtainable. "Anyhow, good or bad, and business life is too strenuous going to get out of it before the this week visiting his parents, been prepared with many promi these days for a man to hamper fireworks begin', and I'd advise Tho continued wet weather He nent speakers from over the Stat-.- ' Mrs. John Jackson. himself with a fuddled brain. every other man with money in- keeps farmers greatly behind Mr. and to make Lexington Ins to speak. Mr. T. B. Talbot, wh is going with their spring work. And with the realization that do tho same." has worked up the Institute, de headquarters for u while. they can't themselves drink and vested in it to sires the writer to state that ev top notch of effremain at the Rev. J. C. Ilanlev and wife ery body is welcome at this great iciency, business men are demand! went to Lexington Monday where meeting. ing that their employes let booze they saw the great play, "Joseph and firms Mr. Green Caunill, of Hat ton alone. Corporations are not hiriui! drinkers, and they an J .his Brethren." They report creek, sold his farm, through Mr. One Million People PLANTS STRAWBERRY are getting rid of old employes J. C. Patrick, to Mr. Morris, of the play as wonderful to see. who persist in drfuking. IN THE Breuthitt county, for $2,000 cash. Fruit and Shade, Shrubs, Asparagus, (irape Vines, Roses, Mr. Vernon Myers, who has He will move here in a few day. "Those things point in just one of Kentucky Phlox, etc. Peonies, Sunday Schools .direction, to my way of thinking. been working in Mt. Sterling, Mr. Caudill will move to his up They mean that the men of this stooped off in Stanton on bis way per farm on the same creek. Mr. Everything for country are making up their LAWN and HARDEN, to his home in Jackson and called Morris is leaving his present ORCHARD, minds that drinking is bad busihome because whiskey is being oiler eoiiipen-.sationess, and doesn't NO AQENTS FREE CATALOOS on one of our beautiful Stanton carried by the wagon load in that YHERE? WILL YOU BE girls over Sunday. neighborhood. We are glad to sufficient to offset. 'the toll of time and money and health it see men come to our county who H. F. Hillenmeyer& Sons, Wo see by the papers that J. X Kentucky Sunday School Auociition. men aim want t Lexington, Ky. are fakes. H. Hardwick, of Winchester has get away from the awful elFpci "Take it from me, sooner or Nurserymen Since 184 purchased a Ford automobile. of whiskey in a neighborhood. later booze will be banished effectively and completely. A lot Judge Hardwick will bo riding The town Council mot last Fri of liquor dealers and saloon hums up to see us some of these days day night and took some very are fond of kidding themselves when the roads aro hotter. concerning important actions with the argulnent that univer-.s- i refillhave not only result prohibition would Flour News has just come that Miss those who taxes past or are A mo. Talking due. ing topay in wholesale bootlegging, more Mavmo Dprickson has received tion was passed directing tin vicious secret drinking and othHave you ever tried the PEARL the appomtnieut as Postmaster town marshal, Guy Crowe, to When er evasions. know better. brand? No. Kail not to try it at the of Stanton. This will be quite a levy on all back taxes due tho H becomes a serious offense first opportunity if you would know disappointment to the other up town. It was further stated that, the Federal law for a man the town marshal ia not allowed import, sell, what a good flour really is. to manufacture, plicants but ouly oue can rceive to offset any claims with taxes. handle or possess intoxicating lia plum. such We also, make the The Council intends to use every quor, booze drinking will cease. Mrs. Kate Hnhaniion and sou. means that the law allows to col every And Tdon't know but that PEERLESS Donald, visited in Jackson over lect these taxes. Why any man one will be glad of it in the long SELF-RISIN- G FLOUR. Sunday with Mr. ana flirs. ueo. should refuse to pay his taxes wo run. I've never been proud of The writer was in cannot understand. Tho present Patrick. and 1 being a If your grocer hasn't it ask Ir'm Jackson Monday and heard some Council has been paying off bad don't believe any other to get il for you. With it bread rumors that were complimentary, debts that were contracted beman can be. We jolly making will be easy. but we think too niucii 01 ourou fore they came into office. A along with the argu-meoursolyes recog. perteudeut to hear of her leuv taxes collected from now on wil that it is legitimate; bo used to improve the town. nized by the national govern- 'Made by J. ANDREW CAIN, Versailles, Ky. fug our town. the county and ment, the htute, of Kansas City with prophetic vision tells the Star what is going to happen in the liquor trade. He says: ', "I have been a saloon.keeper twenty-twyears. My place is centrally located, elaborately fitted up, completely stocked and Is well patronized. The saloon is for sale at a bargain, appraised by the usual standards as 1 nm going to retire from the business. My reason for quitting the liquor trade is no, that I am old, or rich, or troubled by my conscience. 1 simply have decided to get out while the getting is good, for I believe I can read the handwriting on the wall. I believe that the finish of the booze business in this country is in sight, and I prefer td step from under before the roof falls in. 1 would not undertake to say when nation-widprohibition is going to arrive, hut it is coming, as sure as fate, and it is not many years away. "In the last five years I have spent my time in front of my bar 'mixing with the trade.' I gave up drinking years before, because I had learned that a man can't drink booze and sell it. 1 came to know intimately many of the business men who were good patrons of mine, and when one of those ceased to come in, I would take advantage of the first opportunity to ask the reason. Usually they would laugh and answer, 'Oh, I'm on the water wagon for a little while,' but when I pressed them for something more definite, I would get something like this: 'John Barleycorn is going to be killed and buried in this country by his former friends and associates, not by constitutional enemies who never saw the inside of a sa- A saloon-keepeo Ib-v- war-shi- Bry-an- d n' ts e y Gafr-re- tt l f y 22-2- I WANTED TREES i I n law-aoiilin- g USE HOPE MILLS FLOUR About 1 saloon-keepe- r, 'g 1 at The State debt according to the Stute Auditor is but $1,70H,1M 2S. I'UIILISIIKI' KVKUV TIIUKSDAT. Republican papers that want to f create a prejudice against the Subscription rntex 81 .1 year or three Democratic administration nrc in ndvunoe i'i. displaying the larger figures in bold type and refer to it as .1. 15. liurnhcr. hilillshcr. The State Auditor gives the exact figures and tells Kntprcil ns st'cond-clnninil mntter. what the debt is for, itemizing the bonds and accounts. The Thursday, April 10, 1014. Auditor is right, niul 110 mind should be influenced by the exCLUI5 KATES. travagant assertions of papers diFor tin1 eonvi'iiirnci' of our sub- rectly opposing; the government s' rtbi'rs, we have f.rranged club rates because their pals are not in with the following papers at prices power. s The THE TIMESJ. ucky to heS. incensus shows debt $4,450,000. Lt. Ken- - couragiug arson. A'person with u house insured1 for' fl,000 and mortgaged for $1,000 cannot get even any other way only o burn and settle the mortgage with the insurance now in force, if he knows he cannot renew the loan without a policy, and knows that he cannot insure because the companies are leaving the State because they cannot further rob the insurers. We have been informed that Governor Beckham . has joined This is good the news, and it makes his teachings and practices harmonize. The Times never wishes bilo anyone an injustice, henee.f we publish this item without request, there having been some 'plain statements made to the contrary in our last issue. s. The Clay City National Wants the business of all who Value Courtesy, Safety and Good Methods. Capital, Surplus, Shareholders' $25,000.00 6,000.00 Liability. 25.000.00 - below mentioned : The 'I'imes anil " Cincinnati Knquirer " Louisville Herald " Home and Farm t The withdrawal of the fire surance canipanies is only 1.00 1 inen- - Clay A City Quarter National of a Century in Clay City. Bank, " Southern Agriculturist nt " Inland Farmer 00 80 SO CLAY CITY, KENTUCKY. 80 nr-tie- le HAVING DECIDED TO MAKE 1 The Clay City Times in a lengthy noes into the question of (iiun's vote on the2-cerate lull, anil refers us to the Courier-Jour-viprove the assertion t lint Mr. to (Sum voted iignitut the bill. We think that the able editor of the Titties should be so familiar witlt the proverbial inae.curaey nnd uncertainty if the duily press that he would nut nt- -- nipt to prove anything by a daily We do not mean to ques-- . nrwppnper. (inntlie veracity of any newspaper, nor do we wish to reflect discredit up-- 1 on any paper, but we wish to remind 1 lie Times that errors nre continually creeping into the columns of daily newspapers. Unfortunately anil tho errors are published and go out as news. The record of Mr. Gum's vote was probably such an liepre-nentatial Change in Our Shoe Department This Fall, we will, in order to accomplish that end, sell all our ent stock of more than presChil- Prepare for the Cold 500 pairs of Men's, Women's and Some will go Weather and buying what comfortable By Coming to dren's Shoes at greatly reduced prices. for cost, some for less than list mentioned, cost and all at a big reduction if you don't need in price as per and Shoes at the present time, SHIMFESSEL'S 1 clothing you need. Everything 1. The Clay City Times takes no notice f the statements in two Estill county papers, quoting Mr. (ium, that he voted for the bill. After nil, the matter is of minor importance, and we are disposed to dismiss it with the above statement. Irvine Sun. error. 'twill pay you to lay in your supplies while these prices last. Men's High Tops, s sM.wO, I The Times fully understands tho errors that creep into press reports, but we do not think the report of Mr. Gum's vote on the 2 cent car fare bill was one of these errors, and the Sun evidently begins to doubt it when it iiiys "The record of Mr. Gum's vote was 'piobably' such an er- " Bovs' " $3.00 Men's Work Sliu-3.00 " 2.50 Men's " Men's Dress Shoes 4.00 " " H.50 Men's " " 3.00 Men's " " 2.50 Men's Women's" it 44 . sale price while they last, $3.00 1. 1 J. :.!,. 1 " " " " 41 " 44 " 4 44 11 ,l 3.00 2.B0 " " " 44 44 " " " " " 44 u " " ' 2.50 2.!tt 2.00 2.8,") " " " " " 44 44 44 44 ..2.50 u 44 11 2.00 ' 1.85 its issue of March 20, the i n " 1 25 'i tines did take notice of Mr. 44 44 Boys' 200 (Sum's statement in the two 44 44 44 1.50 county papers when he said 44 44 44 1.35 fin voted for the 44 44 bilj, and 44 44 44 1 00 suggested that Governor Mo Oreary call the Legislature back We have a good many good Shoes and these cheap prices are no sign into session that his vote might that the Shoes are cheap, as our line will compare favorably with the best in the In counted as he said it was cast. Tho Times regards the matter Couuty. e of great importance, as the Sale is now going on and will continue until our whole stock of Shoes are of the bill would have suved sold. Hie people of the State $5)00,000 tier year, or enough before the iit'uislnturo meets again to pay id the State debt that is so juously regarded by most Republicans. We will concur in tho Sun's Request and dismiss the matter. ' 44 44 ror." In Misses' 44 44 44 Es-t'l- ll 44 44 4 2.50 2.00 1,70 2.50 2.00 1.75 1.50 -- " 44 tfU''llSk 2iQ0 44 '' 2.2t 2.00 .2.25 .1.90 1 Suits for Men and Boys, CLOAKS and SUITS for M Women and Girls. They are Our full fit 44 . madeto fit and to be Stylish too. 41 44 44 . 44 44 44 44 slock is subject to your inspection and we know we can you need, you out in what or we wouldn't you have been invite you buying to come and trade where serviceable for goods at the prices years. pait twenty-fiv- e pas-Mg- j 1 Mrs. J. W. Williams. Starck Pianos in Advance Sotintuc Jon Guar nntoo l No Money LowoHtNet Fact or y ( E n h i oh t Tor ma A PriooH Saving oi SlOO to S OO 2 Fiic-tor- P assaHaMBBBBBBBBBaVaiasSMBIeai rm.iocNT A. STARCK y From Direct I .' Adjualalie Crake Lever set at any Angle CT v 1 Bolster Stokea OWN HOME We will ship you a beautiful Htnrcl; riann for 30 days' frea trial. In yt ur liome. No rush payment required. All we ask is that you will play up.m, use and test this piano for 30 days. If. at tho end of that time, you do not find It tho hlKhest grade, sweetest toned and finest piano In every way, that you have ever seen for the money, you are ut perfect liberty to send it back, and wo will. In that event, pay tho freight both ways. This Starck Piano must make good with you, or there Is no sale. on nAVC uu uhio cd cc tdiai rntt iniHi. Save $150.00 or More We in your BBolatera White Oak I Iron bonds top&boifom! V Easy Payments You pay no rath down, but after 30 day, of trial, you can begin payment on tlio lowest, eailrat term, ever auinrcatal by a piano manufacturer. Theae tonus are arranged to auit your convenience, and It i poulble for you to buy a piano for your home, without mining the money. riveted tnraand thru rblp direct to you from our factory, at prieea tlut aaveyou upward of $150.00 In tho at jour pUno. We guarantee to furnish ou a brttrr piano for the money than you ran Vou arc aisurul of rrceivtng Mimirf elftpwhorp. a tutlsfactory iweet toned durable high grade piano. 25-Ye- ar Guarantee aiarcK 2nd-Hand RUrck VUuo U (niaranUfd for ? yran. V.vvry Bargains Player-Piano- s of It our S yean of piano experience, und tho repu tatloti of tin omlliltj puno houe. nf jMf v 1 aaaaaaaaaaaaw Eaton ;B flcGuire, CLAY CITY. KY. turn 50 Fred Muslo Lessens htt Vir have ountantly un hand a larffe ntimlHT of alltflitly uted plaocM of all and accond-luntiiuUrd nuVea ulrn In exchange for new Starck I'Unoa The tallow. and l'laycr-l'lano- . Ids are a few aaraple bargain t SUO.OO Weber I. A. puxcliuwr of To Ktarck I'ijniw, we kivc fno music leMm, ill oil of Known school In lite ( hlf uffu. Tboe losiun you take In your own home, Ly mall. TliU rrprcwnt one ynr'i frra Imtructlon. Steinway Chtckering Kimball Starck 92.00 co.00 95.00 195.00 Starck Player-I'iano- a are the best and moat beautiful Player I'ianoa on the market. Vou will be delighted with the many feature of them wonderful Instrument, and will lie pleased with the very low prices at which tbey ran be secured. Plane rn complrte 8end for our accond hind bargain Iht. !trt Send today for our new lieautlfully Illustrated piano liook which gives you a large amount of Information regarding-pianoThis book will interest ami please you. Wrlto today. leek Free STAItCK PIANO CO., 1384 Starck ldfi.. CHICAfif & THE A HOME-MADE TIMES. PAPER. April Hi , THURSDAY, 1011. LOCAL BREVITIES. E. I. W. Cox visited relatives at Beattyville thelirst part of the week. .J. Al. Newland, of Jackson, visited friends in tlio city over tiunday. Airs. Luther Living visited friends in Lexington Friday and Saturday. Airs. T. O. White visited rela tives in Lexington a lew days last week. .I.ihI go Alann will preach at. the .Methodist church Sunday morning and night. C. Barnes place near the city and Edgar I'atton spring weather. You need Electric Bitters, btart a month's treat ment nothiPK better for stomach, liver and kidneys. The great spring tonic. Belief or money hack. oOc'nnd 8100, at your Drug has rented the A. gist. Adv. . slipped and fell and very badly here. Tire hotel property which Air. AInuntz had leased in Harri-mainjured one of his arms. lias been sold to parties I he Ohio Valley Fire and who will run it themselves. Insurance Company i3 an other new Kentucky company or Clears ComplexionRemoves Shin Blemishes ganized and incorporated to in Why go through life embarrassed sure property in the State that the foreign companies have re- and disfigured with pimples, eruptions, blackheads, red rough skin, linquished. or suffering the tortures of Eczema, Strengthens Weak and Tired Women itch, tetter, salt rhetiin. Just ask "I wan undrr a great strain nurs- your Drimglst for Dr. Hobsnn's. Follmv the ing a relative through these mon- Eczema Ointment. ths' sickness," writes .Mrs. J. C. simple suggestions and your skin Van Do Sande, of Kirklund, III., worries are ovr. Mild, bootlung. and "Electric Hitters kept me from effective. Excellent for babies and breaking down. I will never be delicate, tender skin. Stops chap with out it." Do you feel tierd ping. Always lielpo. Relief or and worn out? No appetite and money buck. COc, at your Drug food won't digest? 't isn't the gist. Adv. 1 Air. and Alr'3. Wm. AIntintz, Jr. A report comes from Balkan stating that Air. W. W. Wilson, have arrived in Clay City from a former resident of this city, Ilarrimnn. Tqnn., mid vs ill reside i When in Need of Builder's Hardware, Cabinet Mantles, Grates, Tiles, o ( ) ) ) ( o) ( Cooking 'or Heating Go to or Write Stoves, ) Pension Commissioner W. J Stone has added i!)2 names to the Confederate pension list the piist week, making in all '2,il on the roll. Wnl. Alorton and Abram Hucker, of this county, are moug the list. a- Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, ) has moved to the same. -- - Airs. Koj;er Daniel is in cinnati, where she has been to see a sick relative. Cin- Air. and Airs. James Bloom are rejoicing over the arrival of a bouncing boy James, Jr. and Airs. Will Charles, of Alt. Sterling, are visiting relatives in the city and county. Air. Airs. Clias. G. Mann turned from an extended visit to home folks at College Corners, 0. . has re- Airs. II. II. Hoskins, of M.ami, Texas, is visiting Airs. W. F. Bar-neand other relatives near the city this week. C. Shimfessel was in Lexington Thuwing frost nul April rains ehill yen to the very marrow, you catch cold Head and lungs stuffed toil are feverish Cough and feel miserable You TDK need Dr. King's New Discovery.! p 8 It soothes inflamed and irritated iru1 tlifntit- nn1 Innirj GH';r- ,UltIlJ MUM ' lllli'uv fiitw lUll'f afntio 0 Yt'lXUHMTKlt, Kt. you seel line. Mr. J. T. Davis, of m btickny Uorner. Me., "was cured tj N. IIOM.Y WlTllRnHI'UON, IMlK.M. of a dreadful cough after doctor's W. It. Sl'IIAK, OAHIIIKK. treatment and all other remedies , failed. Relief 01 money hack. I'leas-- 1 &J YOUR ACCOUNTS SOMOITKU Jj ant Children like it. wet a bottle to. day. 50c. and SI 00 at your Druggist. Adv. OAPITAT, STOCK. Si 60.OOO SURIT-U- S AND UNDIVIDED IHOI''ITM, liOO.tHMJ Check Your April Cough S Winchester, - Ky. Winchester Bank. ' 33E3BCB Hardwick & Co.'sl Spring and Summer . tt the first of the week to see a doctor in regard to his health which seems to be slightly failing of Come to Our Store And let us, show you what a we late. GOODS. sag Our Spring and Summer Goods ate 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 wc 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 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 Over" Shoes for Men in the new and Staple Styles in patent leathers, l and tan, in button and lace Oxfords and regular Shoes, Hart, Schaff-ne& 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 (louncings, 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 $1.00, $4.75 per hundred, and roaSled coffee, 18c per pound. r ready-to-we- Dr. C. B. Dickson, the dentist, will be .in tho city to practice his profession, Friday, ' Saturday, and Monday, April 17th, 18th and 20th. Airs, llack'vorth and dauetor, Miss Virgie, returned yesterday from an extended visit to her sons, Arviss apt! Eugene at Lexington. Hack-wort- niceine. of goods Notion1-- , carry. Our stock of Dry (JjRds, (iroceries, Hardware, Clothing, Shoes and etc. replete with is George and Louis Coulee, of .Madison county, came over yesterday to visit homo folks and to tid Some cattle and hogs that hey have been feeding at their father's, Air. Tom Coulee's. I Variety, Style and Quality. THIS COMBINED WITH OUR Spring Laxative and Ulood Cleanser Flush oat the accumulated waste and poisonB of the winter months; cleans your stomach, liver and kidneys of all impurities, Take Dr. King's New Life Pills; nothing for purifying the blood. Mild, non griping laxative. Cures constipation ; make you feel line. Take no other. 2.e , at your Hurts. Air. Low Prices .Make it to your interest We to give us a good share of be- your trade. strive to please our customers cause we know satisfied customers are our best assets. Ilucklen's Arnica Salve for AlljJ Adv. Jj Yours to please, IVarson Kichardson, of Black creek, was in town Satur- day and had some sale bills print-- i ed advertising the sale of his 'J farm and personal property April If i'.'ith. Owing to. the death of his wife, Mr. Richardson will sellall ins property and go live withjjil miii m iwill count v. 1 WALDRON & JOHNSON, ! ' Waltersville, Ky. Hardwick & Co., Stanton. j IN SHOE POLISHES Tan White Black - 1 TJIE F. F. D ALLEY Co, LTD., BUFFALO, N. Y, HAMILTON. ONT, Ap K Calvin Crank, of iMcCausey, in Menefee, lins moved to the DunKred Slone moved out some can Hruncli camp, and Taylor tunc ago to Iris farm in I.ee coun- Ingram, of Indian Creek, will ty. probably move to ono of the Win. Martin has moved over to houses on Gray's Branch. the Dana camps on Edward's It is so nearly impossible to ISraneh, where he is at work for net a letter out from here that I that Company. have missed two weeks, so that John Atiihurpy and wife, who many good Heme have died a staid here a week after their re- natural death and may not be cent wedding, are now over at resurrected. Will write every Middletown. Ohio, where they time I can. are making their home. barn, and The boarding-housNathan Ranks, who was severe everybodjvuearly, have crossed ly hurt the other day while try the up the river following tug to break a log jam, has gone works "Will Brewer, Cain Bris-cto his home near Gampton. It and Alfred Abner being all was thought for . awhile that he that are left over here. Pigs, uiuld not live. chickens and children being out, a lonesome quiet unrelioved by a Commissioner's Sale. squeel, a cackle, or a yard full of frolic. Powell Circuit Court. Every log on this side of the M. Kennou Ac, Plaintiff, river is in floating water, and so versus floated out and away John Russell Groves, Defendant. .ihat we hear there are more logs N'otice of Halo in Kquity. nitv linriiiiR than in i iiu By virtue of a judgment and order there ever were before. But of sale of the Powell Circuit Court, ren- there's hustling been done here dered at the March Term, 1914, thereof Mi able administration of ui the above cause, the unders'gned Mnii.nrnr V. s. lirnwn. a clever. ""I Uiutui. . ' and" therefore al will on the 4th day of May 1014, at t o'clock p. m., or thereabout, (being quiet, capable Court Day,) I will, proceed to offer for ways sober, executive. sale at Public Auction to the highest Thn recent, rains were hard bidder, on n credit of six months, at the Court House door, Stanton, Ky., enough to stop work for some the property mentioned in the Judg- hr.nre mid there was then right ment, and hustling after fishing-poleIn Clny City, Powell c unity, Ky., ami an exomis m iu first tract beginning at a point 12.5 river. Some quiet hours passed, feet from North West corner of Block lirnl.'pn nil lv bv the waiting for a T2 in the town of Clay City ; thence bite," and the exodus returned ; with the South lino West of 8th avenue Cain Bnsco proudly Hearing il'.S feet; thence North 120 feet to the sucker a genuine three-incbeginning being the east half of lot the others bearing as best they K. 1.5; thence beginning at a point 175 could the fisherman's usual iuck. feet from the West corner of block 72; The last log of the Brodhead-Garret- t hence with the line of 8th avenue 100 job mi the l'owell side of feet; thence South 120 feet to tht alley intersecting .said block; thence West the river was trammed out the with said olley line 100 feet, North 120 other day, and the scene of operfeet to point of beginning and being ations changed to the Menefee lots 8, 9, 10 and 11 in block 72 in said side where on Duncan Branch town, and also Nos. 6 and 7 in block more than three thousand logs 72. or sufficient thereof to nnxliicH already cut, awaited the coming of team and tranicar. Work is $ , so ordered to be made. Tim purcliasdr will be required to in full swing there now with outgive bond, with upproved security, for look good; and tho sound of axe, the payment of the purchase money, saw and hammer, with the crack is heard is the land, of the to have the force and effect of a Bond, bearing legal interest and tho logs are pouring to the from the day of salo, according to law. river readv for a rise. Gray's Branch. SPOUT J. N. Burgher SPRING. has had u very Farm Drain Tile fl t, severe attack of uliinjiles. A. E. Sams ma'Ae a business trip to his old hrime in plark county Monday. Tommy Crow, of Log Lick, has rented the Buddie Crow farm, and moved there this week. We have just received a nice lincof .Incquard w'aistings, Percules Chiviots and Poplins! Mrs. J. W.Williams Circuit Court Dates. l)R0P down tho throat ol a clitclcon destroy .thrf worm m'l nvei the clilcVt life A f 3W drop In tho drlnklns water Make Your Wet Land Productive. By the use of drain tile ymi cai. "eP'" CURES and PREVENTS GAPES white diarrhoea, roup, cholera and othf-- r chicle diseases. e, One 50c Botllc of Mokes Every poultry raiser ahould Iteep a bottle ol thU medicine i haud Wrlto for free sample and Booklet on "Diseases ol Fowls." Address, REUEQY C3UPADT, lclln(tsn, If, BOURBON o .1 vAt Mmirlnv I ti February, 4th Monday in May, 3rd Monday in September. 12 Wfilfjk t.riu n t li ing the terms of Circuit Court in the four counties of the 23rd Judicial District, taking effect June Kith, are as follows ; Breathitt county 1st Monday in January. 1st Monday in April, 1st Monday in July, 1st Monday in October. 24 days' each. Lee county 1st Monday in February, 1st Monday in May, 1.8 2nd Monday in November. days each. islature fixing the dlte for The act passed Legbyie last hold- Bourbon Poultry Cure 12 Gallons of Medicine. properly placed, not only carries oft it admits air to the soil ;iiul make it easy to work. It improves any tiii1. The inneiirc in the value of the land is numy lime the cost of the tile. The li t t year's crop from tiled land pa s for it. Any bodv can do the wort successfully. Write for partien-lar- s or ci'll at our plant. turn that low, wet, uselccs, swam, pv field Into the moct productive (ood tile, spot on your farm. surplus water, Red River Brick & Tile Company. STANTON' ' KENTUCKY, "WE A DANIEL BOONE AXLE GREASE And don't have to grease but once a week. Made in Kentucky by CHAS. C. STOLL OIL CO. Lexington, Ky. ' nays each. Estill county 3rd Monday in Murch, 3rd Monday'iu June, 1st, Monday in December. 12 davs each. Catarrh Cannot be Cured with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they cannot reach the seat of the disease. Catarrh is a blood or constitutional disease, and in order to cure it you must take internal rem"l want to tell you what wonderful benefit I have re- edies. Hall's Catarrh Cure is ta W h W ceived from the use of Thedford's writes ken internally, and acts directly Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky. on the blood and mucous surfaces "It certainly has no equal for la grippe, bad colds, Hall's Catarrh Cure is not a quack I liver and stomach troubles. I firmly believe Black-Draug- ht medicine. It was -- prescribed by saved my little girl's life. When she had the measles, one of the best physicians in this they went in on fier, but one good dose of Thedford's country for years and is a regular W Black-Draug- ht made them break out, and she has had no prescription. It is composed of the more trouble. I shall never be without best tonics known, combined with the best blood purifiers acting directly on the mucous surfaces. The perfect combination ofthe two inHT gredients is what produces such wonderful results in curing Cad tarrh. Send tree. In my home." For constipation, indigestion, headache, dizzi- F. J. Cheney & Co., Props., To. ledo, Ohio. Bidders will be prepared to comply & ness, malaria, chills and fever, biliousness, and all similar with these terms. A lien will be reWe have just received u full line Sold by Druggists, price 75c. has proved itself a safe, ailments, Thedford's Black-Draug- ht tained on the hind sold till all the purof women's rust proof corsets in Take Hall's Family Pills for con 4fc reliable, gentle and valuable remedy. chase money is paid. different styles at 81 00, 81 50 and stipation. Adv. ISond payable to Commissioner. If you suffer from any of these complaints, try Black- 00. Every one guaranteed. ROMULUS JACKSON. Don't fail to see our laces and W. Williams. Draught It is a medicine of known merit Seventy-fiv- e Mrs. J. Master Coni'r Powell Circuit Court. embroideries. Mrs. J. V. Williams. years of splendid success proves its value. Good for $ AN ORDINANCE. & young and old. For sale everywhere. Price 25 cents. to-w- s red-wor- S Saved Girl's Life Black-Draught," ft J J J J J 2 -- BLACK-DRAUG- I in ox-ga- J a 4.4.-- 2 I ! ! SPRING TIME 15 HERE. DRESSING ! ! TIME, TOO. our shelves a new $ intersects with Ited ltiver; thenco Be it ordained by the Board of Trus tees of Clay City, Ky., that the boun daries of Caly City be changed as fol- lows: Beginning at the upper side of the street extending to what is known as the Waltereville bridge, where same run- We have laid up in line of Dry Goods, such as Ginghams, Calicos, Percales, Serge, Dress Linen, Curtin 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. 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. Hums, Butter, etc., at the market price. Yours Very Truly, J, W. ning back from Hed Hiver a sufficient distance to exclude from tho city limits all of the iill and approach to said bridge, thence across suid street ; thence down the line of said atreet to where it intersects with Hed ltiver on the lower ido of said bridge ; so in to exclude from the limits of Clay City. all of said bridge, approach and till. And beginning at the upper side of the street extendiim to "what is known hs the Old Clay City bridge, where nald street intersects with Ited ltiver; thence running back from Hed ltiver a sufficient distance to exclude from the city limits all of the fill and approach to said uriuge; thence across salt! street: thence down the lino of said street to where It intersects with Ited ltiver on the lower side of said bridge ; so as to excruue from tno limits or Clay City, all of gaid bridge, approach and fill. This ordinance slmll be in full force and effect from and after its pasaugu and publication. Luther Loving, Ch'm'n Hoard of Trustees, Clav City. Ky. Williams, Acting Clerk. Signed and approved. April 3rd, 191. IS5 can of It Is Choaper to Renew Than to Buy New S . In every home is Furniture that looks fit only for the attic, or the wood shed Simply get a HANNA'S LUSTRO-FINIS- H A. M. Lowe & Ho., ROSSLYN MERCHANTS. I fpalaa. 1 our tuvarr smu. " part ot li.v. any :U la aor iwckuii tba txxlr fliteaa lulauira Urn. hoc, fricoMBBia At Alt Druoobt: in. ui dmy ml lqwi. BOURBON REUEtlY C SUP ANY. 342 Eitt Utln SI, LwVietoo.Kr. cUt, N.urslgL, llacksrfc.. H.sjUeh. and and in a few minutes for a few cents you will have a new and handsome chair or table, or cabinet. You can give it an Oak or a Mahogany finish, whichever you prefer. No painting experience is needed just Lui-tr- o and a brush. You'll really enjoy the work. FOR SALE BY Eaton Ss AtkiHSon 6c Lyle, McGuire, Glay Gity, Ky. Stanton, "