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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): April 23, 1914 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1914 cla1914042301_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 23, 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. 9 THE CLAY1CITY TIMES. SI. 00 'Jjgt; a " - Year In Advance We arc here to help Clay CilF.ihe Surrounding' Country anJ Ourselves. .1. L. Burgher, Publisher. VOL. XIX. Source of (Jratlllcatlon There nre but few things more pleas-- 1 i i iK t relate than that the selection of ('lay City's post master, in the person of Mn .1. H. O'lienr, hns been made without the least hit of strife or personal bitterness. The defeated applicants have nothing but kind words to speak of Mr. D'ltenr and the way ho won his appointment. There was not a chargi! Hied against Mr. O'Kear or any of the other applicants. There was no light at all. Each applicant presented hi9 own merits to the and pressed their individual claim with the best of feeling for all the other applicants in the field. The campaign for the selection of postmaster in Clay City is exemplary, it is a model. It could not have been more amicably or satisfactorily adjusted. We wish all towns could do as A CLAY CITY. Kre-THUKSDA- A PHIL 23. HJM. NO. 17 announced twice to h- here, but on account of the sicklies andoleatb of his little two year old son coohl not come, came last Saturday and held the Sunday School gave two splendid addresses and held a conference on a front rank school in the nfterncon. Il was accompanied by his wife. It aives the writer great pleasui-tannounce the the wedding i. Miss Helen Welch and Mr. Le. Jackson, at Cincinnati, on the lOtli of this month. The bride is one of Stanton's most beautiful girls and is the daughter of Mr. and Sir-- . James Welch The groom is the grandson of Sirs. Lucy Jackson and a splendid young mini. They wi'l probably make their home in Louisville where Sir. Jackson's parent-- , live. A very beautiful ami uniqne invitation has been received form the graduating class for thisyeiir. V notice that all the graduates an girls, Misses Beatrice Blunt, Stellu Congleton, May Bowen end Slila Knox. Where are the boys that they have let the girls get all the honors for this year (iirlsdrtnoi smoke eigarettes and this probe blv accounts for it. We have some splendid boys in Stanton who are ruining their future prospects 111 life by smoking these dead'y cigarettes. The Kentucky Legislature ai the last session passed very stringent laws against the use and selling of cigarettes, and we trust that War Upon Us, The United States is in the midst of war with our sister republic, Mexico, or rather with llucrta and his followers. Cur marines have landed at Vera Cruz and taken the city where the Hag now flout. Twelve lives of our boys have been sacrificed' in the The capture, and 50 an! wounded. Mexican loss was 150 in the first of the two skirmishes and the loss of the Mexicans in the fight Wednesday has not been ascertained. The first battle was fought Tuesday. Wilson has acted wisely in most things, but in this he has not our commendation. Intervention is possibly justifiable, but not so unless it is the intention of this Government to establish a safe and stable government in 1'ut going to war because Mexico. Huerta, the pretender, will not lire a salute to the flag, appears to us as well. The offense complained of After all, there is good traits about nonsense. is not worth the ('lay City people that is rare in the cit- by our Government cost of one life. This Government may izens of most towns. We havo dem- have in mind to quell the pending revonstrated on occasions before this that olution, and has taken this opportuniwe can conscientiously consider our ty to begin hostilities, if this proves opponents' rights in a peaceful mode. to be true, all right, and we hope that is the ultimate intention of the We must then conclude that we have a lovely town in which to live. If we have not great wealth, we have harMr. and Mrs. A. C. Kstos, of Hard-wick- 's creek, visited their daughter, mony which is far more precious thun Carl Garrett, near the city the wealth. We may not have many Mrs. of lirst the week. learned men, but what we do have know how to mind their own business. ConMrs. Wm. Moore, of Sardis, Miss., is gratulate us, sister towns, we can civ- here ut the bedside of her fattier, Pete illy select a Democratic postmaster Phillips, who is very low of tuberculosis. with no strife ut all. Can you, or have" you done likewise? Maggie Dunaway died near this city Tuesday afternoon of tuberculosis. Burial ut the local cemetery yesterday. Is Not Uueasy Now. County School Superintendent J. E. Miss Nellie Maun, of College CorLauter, of Clark county, has been ap- ners, 0., is visiting the family of her pointed the member of the State Text- brother, the lie v. Ohas. G. Mann. book Commission from this district. One good sign of Spring is the circus It will be remembered that Mr.Lanter bills scattered ahrouiL, tyjtheeeiiirjii. opposed the'passage of such' a bill Upon part of th'is ritutS." ' the grounds that many of the mountain is suffering from Mrs. E. It. W. Cox Superintendents would sell out to the slight paralj tic stroke and nervous book trusts. The law us passed does a urcakuuu ii. not provide for the adoption by a vote Pat Henry, who has been working at of the different county Superintendents as formerly, but instead provides for a Heidelberg, is in the city for a lew Commission, one member of which is to dajs. he selected fiom each Appellate disMisses Adalcne and Josephine lia.el-riggar- e visiting relatives ut West Libtrict. Mr. Lanier is possibly now resting easier since he lias been appointed erty. to the Commission which makes him A. 1. Johnson left Tuesday for Florthe representative of the counties ida on u prospecting tour. which he was so afraid would sell out. F. O. Coulee, of Hazard, is visiting lie prolmhly now favors the law. relatives in the city. Dies in New Mexico. telegram was received this morning from Albuquerque, N. M., witli the news of thedeath of Mr .lauiesM. l'et-tlt,that city, and for many yeaVs a resident of Lexington Mr. and Mrs. I'ettit moved to Albuquerque some 3 cars ago, aid it is understood that the burial will lie in Albuquerque, his wife, Mr. I'ettit is survived by three children, Mrs. Charles Reynolds, Mrs, (i. A. Sudduth, of this city, A lie-sid- A Viable Grass. The .Tapatiesefcloyer is steadily coming oiuthese cBbl dlays and has been ever since. theflrstjnf April. Until the last few yeartlrts valuable grazing grass never showed-Upuntil the first of May undiievcr.TJeoame much account for grazing unt the middle of June, but it couies'i now at least thirty days earlier, giving good grazing by . STANTON NEWS. M. A. Phillips made ;l business trip to Clay City hist week. chester last week on Mrs. Harlow Norton was in Winbusiness". the middle ofJOcfober, giving about five months nsgooi) grazing as TJ10 ..Tafi.'Jit a most valuable plant, growing on. din: thinnest soils in the dryuflt weather, jmd now that the early and late frplts and light freeze do not kill it, vc 'can depend upon it for a great dqal mbre profit in odr grazing all kinds of live stock which love it aim thrive .upon it. Give us more sheep, pigs', aijd calves to graze on the Jap in tlietgummcr, and more industry to provide feed for them in the winter, and the prosperity of Powell county will Jooimup more brightly in the future. blue-grass, Major Blackburn is some better at this writing und able to sit up. M168 Minnie Coulee spent two the middle of Mhywhieh lasts until days in Lexington this week on business. Misses Lillieund Mamie Bonne were in Winchester last week on a shopping tour. Hurry Melroy left Monday for Wise, Virginia where he will look ufter his business. Mr. John Ilutton is going to move to Itcsslyn this week on Mr. Jack Welch's place. Mrs James Martin visited her sister in Clay City last week. She is the wife of Dr. Martin. The social gathering hHd at the college last Friday was thoroughly enjoyed by all who attended. Mrs. Porter, of Winchester, was here last week visiting her sister, Mrs. Hen Willoughbv, of Hatcher's Creek. Mrs. Bettio uardwiek lias returned home after several week's visit to her son, J. II. Ilardwick, of W inchester. hev. C. G. Mann and wife, of Clay City, mid Miss Maim, u sister of Hro. Munn, were visiting friends 111 Stanton this week. Mr. C. L. Stewart, of Jackson, ana Mrs. Alible Shannon, of Win chester, visited their brother, A, T- - Steyyajrt Qver"Sundiiyv . , Sirs. Callie Davis and little daughter, Pauline, huve returned to their home in Hamilton, U. aft er a visit to her parents. Mrs. Robert Bluckburu went to Louisville Jast week to visit her ou, Colsou, who is in a Militury Institute. Colson is doing splendid work. Mr. John Stephens bought of Warren Martin the remaining ftt acres of the place where be lived and sold to Ben Willoughbv. The price was Several from Stanton attended the funeral of Mr. Jack Lowe, of Itosslyn, who died on the l.'ith. He was l)i years old and had been sick for several years. Clifton Chancy returned from u week's stay in Jueksou last week. He and his brother, Will, went to Mt. Sterling to buv some more stock for their new farm. Misses Anna Clark, Maxte and Duisy Johnson went to Dundee for over Sunday to visit at the home of I hey Miss btellu Congletou. had u big time and came buck happy. Among those who attended Mt. Sterling court Monday were: Mr. und Mrs. J. W. Williams, Dr. J. E. Lemming, Prof, Buck, Walter Thuuker, Itoss Hull and son, S t rode r. A Postoilieo Inspector wus here last week looking over the olfice oefore turning it over to Miss May-tn- e Dcrickeon. As soon us the Com mission arrives the oflice will be in the building next to the I. O. U. We believe that F'e. building. Miss Doricksnn will make us a splendid Postmistress and cnugrut-ulatehc- r on receiving the appointment. J 'Squire Green SpurJock was visiting his brother, Jas.'Spurlock, here Satur,. day. Horn, Apr. 30th, to'lhc wife of Millard Townsend, h daOghtcr his third . child, ail girls', v Mrs. John Sotk', fivipg near here, has been very ill fot ;soirietime and does not seem togct.mucnbetter. A prayer meeting has been organized and is held qnfuesday and Thursday nights, the Rev.-- John Sons in charge. , ,1, . j. Levi Hale, an,pldA'tJzen froinGhidy,' and Joe RrunerV ,a$)oy',ho is raising, left one day lasweek oil an extended visit to friends and relatives in Virginia. Alonzo Perry, n famous old bee hunter working in he re,with David Land; saw. found a bet? tree '.that had been hunted for mora f lmn rnfovpnrir-J:.Ht- t . Gray's branch. our officers in every way 111 seeing that this law is enforced. For the sake of the boys aifd for what it means to hem. we, trust that the.iner chant? will n6t':h'andle these ciir-ette- s of the county will ey, aim iuooee--r were saveu aim taiccn to Wolfe county. Meantime, the cost of living on steady pinion holds her own, high in the circumambient; with just a trace of downward curving when green truck commenced coming But we are putting in ninety per cent, more of Held and garden this year than last, hoping for some cheaper eating. May even be able to till up Sewing Machine Button once more, in good old style. Last week we all just about finished moving and getting settled down for the balance of the year Jas. Spur-loc- k from Duncan Branch and Taylor Ingram from Indian creek, moved to this side of the river; while Milhud Townsend went to the Menefee side Ji. A. Crubtrue, of Genet, was In the So the shuttle weaves the web of local city yesterday. life, while team and tramcar busily place the logs where time and tide will Wo are selling the new Royal Sew- soon or late take them far from their 0.00 native hills. Amf when they are gone, ing Machine, prices from we go: logs being the first and last of JO year guaranty. tiii. our local life. Mis. J. vV. Williams. --fr- gowmtsoinediiliipxrandr'rif tioiP against and our county needs splendid thelavv.'-Ourrfomi-- trv -: I WA N TE D TREES! STRAWBERRY PLANTS mid Mr. A. C. I'ettit, of .Midway. Lex- ington Leader. Mr. Pt ttit is a native of this county, ... line resided in this city before moving to Lexington. . One Million People in thu Sunday Schools of Kentucky Fruit and Shade, Shrubs, Asparagus, drape Vines, Roses, Peonies, Phlox, etc. Every thing for Papers Late Last Week. Last week we were three hundred paWILL YOU Uli THERIi? pers short. We had enough to reach all our subscribers in the county, and many in' iidjeeeut counties, W'c hud Kentucky Sunday School Auociatjon. an order out for paper which should .H. have reached us In ample time to print on Thursd'iy, but it was delayed, thus we were delayed until Saturday in getting three hundred of our papers. ' If you got your paper late you may therefore know the reason. The .First Biennial Report of the. Fish mid Game Commission has been received at this olliee and read with! much pleasure. We regret to see, however, that there Is such little re-- 1 gard for the game laws enacted in I Ml', and further sorry to see thai 'the guilty violators aru not punished at all. I I f J flay 3rd ORCHARD, NO AUBNTS LAWN and GARUIiN. FREE CATALOGS H. F. Hillenmeyer& Sons, Lexington, Ky. Nurserymen .Since 1841. USE HOPE MILLS FLOUR Talking About Flour It L boys und men and we cannot afford to place before them that which we know to be deadly injury ! them. We eonnot understand why a merchant will sell it anyway when it is so injurious to the hoy of our land. A merchant cannot afford to make a few dollars at the expense of the manhood of the country. The whole country is a wakening to the borrow and tern hie curse of the cigarettes, and states all over the land are passing stringent laws against the use i.f t Surel) there must be danger in the cigarette when the whole country is stirred over the sale and use. The writer knows that he is considered .1 ennk on whiskey and cigarettes, but he is glad to say not the onlv one concrned ovt it. Slillions of men and wrnieii. f.t thers und mothers concerned fc their boy are pleading in behalf of the boys of the laud that the met chant refus'e to sell cigarettes, that the law against its sale se enforced. We do not want tho ill will of tin boys but it is because we are so vitally interested in them tint we on their behalf. Will you not, Sir. Slerchant, refuse to sell to our splendid boys of Stanton cigarettes, and will you not, futlicrx and motheis, ofMantoii, heenmo as vitally interested in your boys as to see that tin- - new luw is en forced, und will you pot, citizens, one and all, co opciatu in this grcut movement t' prohibit tinsain and use of cigarettes to th. boys of our land? This is the duv when tho world needs strong mci who will fmlit for the boys of on. country, will vou not line un m this noble fight 'r s - . . C. B. Pence is in the city selling the celebrated I laiina's (ireeu Seal paint,, KatoiiiV: MeGui.ro are Ihedoeal dealers, (ireeu Seal Is n splendid paint, and It is time most of us were spreading a HtUe to help beautify our premise mid preserve our buildings. Have you ever tried tliu PEA brand? No. Fail not to try it at the Miss ltettie Boone, who has bean lirrt opportunity if you would know teaching school ut Irvine, Jius home, her school being out. what u good Hour really is. Mis? Bettlu is u splendid ifacher We also make the . and the college would do well to enguge her service, since three of PEERLESS their teachers will not be here next SELF-RISIN- G FLOUR. year. Miss Mabel Kuen s anothIf yoir grocer hasn't it usk Iimu er splendid teucher whose services are needed in her own county. to get it '.for you. v Witli it breud Why not use u Utile of our home mukiiig will be easy. tulentV A Training (School for Teacher it it"' ( Mis Kli i (1 ft 4 utv irtrt. TultloBtr ' J ' RICHMOND. KY. Bvit w ' - Made by J. ANDREW CAIN, Versailles, Ky, Mr. I). W. Stone, who hud been r..,,..rr. j (j r,umK( .tr.j.. interrupted communication by wire ed in Stanley voting against a tion-ef- " with this country and news is now be- fective blll.andyetso Innocent In Can-tri- ll ing censored by the Moxican governvoting tho same way? If people would use a little more of -- ment, but it is not believed that the people of Mexico will allow their Pres- their own common sense in making up , ,ruitMSii:i' i,vi:im tiiluskau ident to u m his power for the purpose a choice between two candidates, and of bringing on a war with us. The At- give les consideration to , political nonsense, we could get rate 81 a venr or three lantic fleet has been ordered toTampl-coMexico and will remain there un- men Into office who would represent , veil rst ill iidVBiict til .Mexico lias 'made suitable apology the people instead Of'ropresenting the railroads and trusts. for her insult. 137 l$m.hcr. I'utilbhcr. , Kvery Bcqkham man we see, says as The Hon. A. O. Stanley, candidate filtered n mull matter. for U. S. Senator, voted against the he was treated so badly.before, BeckWebb bill In Congress; Congressman ham should now be given the nominarimrsday, - April i:i, 1911. J. Campbell On lit rill voted against the tion for U. S. Senator without opposiWebb Mil too. We have never yet tion. If Hcckhain hid notN.have sold railroad, ootids services to the L. k CLU1) RATES. heard a man say he was against Stan- against tho peoplo who had honored ley, but what he said he was against him with office evcrsinco he wast old Kur tho convenience of mir to vote, and tint him in as Govwe haw i romped club rateg him because he voted against the Webb of the State, Illegally it has been with the following papers at prices bill. We have never yet heard a man ernor charged, three times, and sold out too, my he was against Cantrill because he for the pitiful sum V only $800 per mentioned : voted against the Webb bill. Can any year, he would today have no "opposThe 'I'imes and ft " Cincinnati Enquirer 1.00 one give a reason why It was so wick- - ition, 1 00 Louisville Herald " Home and Farm 80 " Inland Farmer 80 HAYING DECIDED TO MAKE, A 1 "itili-cripti, Isub--'ribe- THE TIMES." The Clay City National i Wants the business of all who value - , Courtesy, Safety and ' Good Methods. Capital. $25,000.00 Surplus, 6,000.00 Shareholders' Lability, 25.000.00 Clay A City Quarter National of a Century in Clay City. Bank, CLAY CITY. KENTUCKY. " Southern Agriculturist SO The r.'iilronds tell us that the raes l le people would hne are confiscatory ( their valuable property when the 1 egislnturo goes to pass laws allowing the Huilroad ConunisMon to fix the rates, and when the proper authorities to fix a value on their property for tixation, they say it is so high it is iitrageotis. They why not the railroad's value of their property when fixed fur. assessment be used as a basis or their net earnings, and the freight and passenger rates be lowered so the nmds can get 0 on the value of their groperty as they give it in for tax- Change in Our Shoe Prepare Departmen This Fall, we will, in order to accomplish that end(rsell all our ent stock of more than presChil- for the Cold By Coming to 500 pairs of Men's, Women's Some will go and Weather and buying what comfortable dren's Shoes at greatly and reduced prices. for cost, some for less than list mentioned, cost and all at a big reduction if you in price as per time, ation? Ntj, there is nothing fair about a r.iilroad company. When their proper-- y is being valued to fix rates it is worth ten times as nluch as it is worth when it is being taxed. If our officers don't need Shoes at the present SHIMFESSEL'S clothing you need. 'twill pay you to lay in your supplies while these prices last. Muii's High Tops, $4.50, Everything either. and courts had tho nerve Hiid backbone to assess them at tho value they jive when assessing rates, and lix tho rates on the value they give for assessment, the whole problem would be Hiilvcd. If we can't get men in office to do this, why not the Government "ivn them? it is either the Government own the railroads or the railroads own us, and we believe the Government should run the Government, not tlio railroads run it like they are running the State of Kentucky. sale price ' " $3.00 Men's Work Shous 8.00 " 2.50 Men's " Men's Dress Shoes 4.00 " " 8.50 Men's " " 8.00 Men's 2.50 Men's Hovs' 44 14 " " " " " 41 44 44 44 " " " " " " " 44 Women's" 44 44 14 44 44 44 44 U. J4 44 8.00 2.50 2.00 1.75 '2.00 1.75 2.50 2.00 1.75 1.50 44 44 '4 44 . 44 blisses' 44 i, 44 - .r 44 2.G0 -- 'v -a 44 44 14 44 44 44 The victorious Constitutionalists of Boys' 44 44 44 44 41 Mexico, under the leadership of Gen. 44 44 44 44 44 Villa have been sweeping all before 44 44 44 44 Iliem and are now so close to Ilticrta's 44x citadel that ho realizes that the insurgents or Constitutionalists will soon We have a good many good Shoes and these cheap prices are no sign1 his government unless somethat the Shoes are cheap, as our line will compare favorably with the best in the thing desperate is done to thwart that purport. Huerta hopes by giving Uu-c- Couuty. Sam a few petty insults for the purSale is now going on and will continue until our whole stock of Shoes are pose of involving this government in sold. war with Mexico, so that it will result in solidifying the Mexican people behind his government. However. is aware ef the situation und is nut going to allow the usurper lluertu lo draw him into a war us n means for maintaining his own blood bought (tower. The Mexican authorities have le m 2.50 2.85 2.00 2.85 f 2.50 44 ; 2.25 44 ' 2.00 44 2.25 44 1.90 44 1 85 44 1.25 , 2.00 ,v .85 44 1.25 44 2.00 " 1.50 44 1.85 1 00 " " " " to keep you warm, and not drain your pocketboolc Suits for Men and Boys, CLOAKS and SUITS for Women and Girls. .They are. made to fit and to be Stylish too. Our full dock is subject to your inspection and we know we can or we wouldn't invite you . fit you out in what you need, to come and trade where .you have been buying serviceable goods at past twenty-fiv- e prices years. for the Mrs. J. W. Williams. Starck Pianos 'Fact or y PrioeH Terma A. 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O'Mam, of Jackson, hns succeeded Joe A. Jackson as managing ed-iof tli Winchester Sim. so far is wife. after each frost last week, the prediction was that it was all The fruit crop killed. ' John M. Kennon, prominent citizen and former Sheriff of Powell county, was here from Clay City Monday, court day Kstill Tribune. Judge J. II. Hnrdwiek and 15 .1. Mathews, both former l'owell county men, have each taken $2,000 in a Lexington automobile concern capitalized Clears ComplcxIon-.Remove- s Shin Heidelberg, Lee county, has been InBlemishes town of the sixth class. corporated n Why gil through lifnembarrassnd (iii;ksuiMl is. also wanting ti liecnme and disfigured with pimples, erupaitJucnrpnrattM town. tions, blackheads, rod rough skin, The first spell of real warm weather or sulTering tliP tortures of Ke.einn, this Spring came upon n Saturday. itch, letter, salt rheum. Just, ask Coals were laid aside and straw hat your Druggist for Dr. Hobson's were dunned (lardeners were busy, Kczemii Ointment. Follow the and the fishermen loo. The warm simple suggestions ami your skin weather was of short duiiitlon, howev- worries are over. Mild, Soothing, er, and succeeded by the April brand effective. Excellent for babies and of cool, with showers. delicate, tender skin. Stops chapAlwuys helps. Relief or ping. Strengthens Weak and Tired Women money back. C0c, at your Drug"I was under a great ."train nurs- gist. Adv. ing n relative through these mouThe Consumption ot Corn. ths' (sickness," writes Mrs. .1. C. The United" Spates Department of Van Do Sutide, of Kirklanil, III., anil "Electric Bittersikept me from Agriculture in its bulletin says that breaking down. I will never be fW5.fl per cent, of the total yield of witli out it." Do you feel tierd 403,017,000 buslitla of corn was conanil worn out? No appetite and sumed on the farms. Nineteen per food won't digest? It isn't the cent, of the total crop was shipped to npring weather. You need Kleetrie the cities and a'part of this returned Hitters. Start n month's treat- to the farm after being manufactured ment nothing better for into meal. Horses and mules consume stomach, liver and kidneys. The the larger part of the crop. Swine eat great spring tonic. Helief or money 'Jfl.H per cent., cattle 18 per cent., poulback. ,')0c. and 8100, at your Drug- try H.O per cent.,- - hiinuin beings 3.4 per cent. gist. Adv. When in Need of 2 j Builder's Hardware, Cabinet Mantles, Grates, Tiles, 2 ) ( g ( Cooking or Heating Go to or Write Stoves, 2 ) J S Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, at 2r,00O. Two life term convicts escaped from the Frankfort reformatory last week, i'eey made a key to unlock the necessary doors and climbed over the walls by the use of u ladder. Thawing frost and April rains h CAIMTAIi STOCK. 8100.000 ;j chill yru to the vtry marrow, von catch cold Head and lungs stuff til fl SUHl'MJHANDUN- L? You are feverish Cough continTllTlil.M nunvrrru itniuin.! '3 M :.?ft's,'i"w'i;i'js Check Your April Cough Winchester, i - Ky. K.ltor.t.Y WlTHKUHl'OON. I'llKH. ;i Camiiikk. Matherly, of Log Lick, 6 W. If. Nl'HAll, Klder I). II. pastor or the Christian church, who was injured injured in a runaway acci- (J YOUIf ACCOUNTS HOI.JCITKD 3 dent several weeks ago, is able to get about and arrived in the city Monday ASJifwaitiXAlJXlK Subscribe for tiie Times. afternoon. 11. O. Oabtree was at Wilhurst last week looking after his coal mining interests. Mr. Crabtree has purchased d interest in the famous a Hurst cannel coalmines which prq-duthe finest cannel coul in Kentucky. business O. K. Watson, a successful man of Miller's Creek, Estill county, Anil let us show you what a nice line of goods Tuesday and was in the city offi.-to wo .carry. Our stock of "Dry Goods Notion1", called at the Times Wat-hbMr. bis subscription. Groceries, Hardware, Clothing, Shoes and etc. is was on his way home from Mt. Sterling court. replete with Ike Hart, a llopkinsville traveling man, while in Frankfort, filed before the State Uailroad Commission a claim for 4 cents overcharge against the L. A: N. for excess baggage from Cincinnati to HopkiUhVille. Mr. Hart says he N only interested in the principle that affects all traveling men, not the trivial 4 eenls. THIS COM 111 NED WITH Ol'R Spring Laxative and Wood Cleanser Flush out the accumulated wate and poisons of the winter months; cleans your stoinaeh, liver and kidneys of all impurities Take Dr. King's New Lift) lMIs; nothing Make it to your interest to aive us a good hhart? of better, for purifying the blond. (Ves Mild, non grilling laxative. your trade. We trive to pleaM- - our eustomers beeonstipntion ; makes you fetJ line. cause we know satisfied customers areourbestat-spts- . Take no other, ioc , at oiir Drug gist. UucklenV Arnica balve for All , Hurts. Adv. one-thire w n eral Government is making to eradicate trachoma from Kentucky a hospital lias just been opened at lieattyville, making three in the State ' As a part of the fight which the Fed- TIJK -- .4 'i WlNCIIKSTISR BANK. or Winchsteh, Kt. 3 3 3 ually and feel miserable You need Dr. King's New Discovery. It soothes lullauied and irritated throat and lungs, stops cough, and you seel fine. Mr. J. T. Davis, of Stiekny Corner, Me., "Was cured of a dreadful cough after doctor's treatment and all other remedies failed. Relief oi money hack. Fleas-an- t Children like !t. Get a bottle 50c. and SI 00 at your Drugtiist Adv. Hardwick & Co.'s Spring and Summer 6 'pi uuuie to umaiure si s3 GOODS. vOur 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 intereAed 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 proen 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 l.ccp 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 l'nes. 'Queen Quality" and "Bobtcn Favorite" Shoes for Women we have them in the latest things in Oxfords and pumps in patent leathers, gunmeial, 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 hoots. "Walk-Over- " Shoes for Men in the new and Staple Styles in patent leathers, and tan, in button and lace Oxfords and regular Shors. iart. Scr.at!-ne- r & Marx and "The Matchless" brand Clotiiir.g for Men, '"Aster" .u Hats for Men and Boys, "Arrow" brand Men's Shuts and Collnis. An! see our lines of wool dress Goods, fancy and plain wash dresi Gooi.'s. hams, percales, crepe and lain flouncing', net corset covers, dress tri.T.rr.inrs. belts, umbrellas, parasols, silk and cotten hose and half hoss, crochet colter and Chi'dre n's ready t Women's and Men's Neckwear, Women's, ' wear Mats, Women's and Men's Nainsook, cotton and knit Underwent lace Curtains, wall paper. Carpets, Trcnks, suit caws. Saddles, buggy a.id Stoves, t!i" work Harness. Oliver chilled Plows, Oliver Culiivators, co-and etc., and etc. We are selling Colton's King (lour Bain Wagons i'upar, J. i $2.80 per hundred or 70c for 25 lbs., every sack Kiiararileed. lbs. for $1.00, $4.75 per hundred, and roafled collee, I tic per poixd. sun-met1 br-rMis-ies- i Lis Variety, Style and Quality. r t, Low Prices 'M a .lessle I'ntton hits sued Hanui-- j for$30,000 for alleged breach of promiM', Hoth parties live at .Tuck-- 1 but the suit is brought at I.exiug- ton where they went Uigel married weit before last. The Miit Ha pro-- 1 pared anil process served on 31 r. Hurst before he could gel out of the city, and mioii after' he had at last failedto perform his part of the miiriiiige ,Mis"s Yours to please, h: lliiol I WALDRON B" f & JOHNSON, 'aw t i VValtersville, Ky. ) Hardwick & Co., Stanton, 1 jj 32iaraa5igT8gra?fj3x rirrrr ?))) )fiir))iuunuuiunnm Popular Polishes Black, Tan and White 1" Easy-Opening-B- oy" .,"Jwist the Coin" 5 HO E POLISHES The F. F. dauey Co. Ltd.. Buffalo, n. y. Hamilton, Ont. s t t V SPOUT SPRING. ( i noli'" (illlj l very low at and late, The farmers are all stirring tearly busy plowing. writing lfte Smmden, of Winchester. iiuting relative near here. ii rnte-jeiir-nl- il Everett I Is frionds and lull and wife are visiting relatives n't Kilson. . 3Ir. ('ash Itowen. .Misses Pearl .More-lan- d and Nell Stamper visited Miss .Innu.llohhs Saturday night. Bowen. SundaylSchool convened here Sun(LAST WKKK.) day. It will continue through the Mm. Hex Bowen is vNitiiiR relatives summer, and all are invited to attend. ere this week. We have just received a nice Carl Jtoreland made a Hying trip to line of Jacquard wuifctitis, Percales 'islyn TtiCMlay. (.'hiviots and Foplitw. Mr. J. W. Williams. littlt) on of Itiloy Inll aiih miililcil quite Imdlj TiirMliiy. riic infant of Joe Snow den, who e near I.evoe dint Inst week anil as hruiight tit the Salem Rnueyiird ml buried frrhhiy V L. Hynl arrived from Tennessee) ml the Mt Merlin court Tuesday. le broiiK'it home with him several eml of cattle he bought in Tennessee jiraze on Ins line farm here. liobert Stamper has opened a new store in Mourn. We wish him much success. Taulbee Bowen purchased a nice pair of young mule from Mr. Stamper at a privntu figure. Sirs. Callie Howen made a Hying trip to Wolfe county this week for a few days visit with her parents. Commissioner's Sale. thereof the above cause, the ttnders'uned i ill on the 4th day of .May 1014, at o'clock p. m., or thereabout, (being ( ourt Day,) I will, proceed to olTer for f..ile at l'ublic Auction to the highest bidder, on a credit of six mouths, at (lie Court House door, .Stanton, Ky.. the property mentioned in the judgment, t'Mvit: In Clay City. Powell c mnty, Ky., first tract beginning at a point rj.O f. et fi om North West comer of KltK'k in the town of Clay City ; thence v. ith the South line West of 8th avenue 'J.iS feet ; thence North 120 feet to the beginning being the east half of lot N. 1.5; thence beginning at a point 175 feet from the West corner of block "2; thence with the lino of 8th avenue 100 feet; thence South PJO feet to tht alley intersecting said block ; thence West with said olley line 100 feet. North l'JO feet to point of beginning and being tots 8, !), 10 and 11 in block -' in said town, and also Nos. 0 and 7 in block or tnifficimit thereof to produce $ so ordered to be made. The purchaser will be required to give bond, with approved security, for the payment of the. purchase money, to have the force and effect of a Hond, bearing legal interest trom the day of bale, according to law. Hidden will be prepared to comply ith these terms. A lien will be retained on the land sold till all the purchase money is paid. i!ond payable to Commissioner 7- successfully. Mrs. lloskins and son are visiting Mr. Bottle of One lars or e:ll at versus and Mrs. Albert Crowe this week. stuffs? 'olin Ittisscll Groves. Defendant. J. Are farmers forced to sell in free A large number of young folks and Notice of Hale in Kiniity. several parents took dinner and spent markets and buy In protected one-- ? Makes 12 Gallons of Medicine. Who is to blame for this? . Hy virtue of a judgment and order Sunday at Mr. P.aker's. Every poultry rnlser should Iteop a bottle ot f sale of the Powell Circuit Court , renthis mcdlclae i hand. Write for free sample Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Todd of Darlings-villWe have lust received a full linn and Booklet on "Diseases ol Fowls." Addrass, STANTON' IBM, dered ' Powell Circuit Court. M. Kcmior Ac., rhilutiUs, Vaughn's Mill. boiled down and hard facts left. There are at present over 1200O of these institutions In the United States, the State of Tennessee operating 100. The" highest' dividend declared by any Farmers' Union stock company In the tuition was 7096, the next highest 07, the lowest. recorded12's, i. e., on dollar that you spent at these stores you receive back 70?, 07'' and respectively. Jf all other places have made good under the present why can't we? system of It seems that few understand our mode of doing business and ninny prophesy that the firm will fall, before they learn enough about It to give the matter a fair consideration. If you wish to gut the whole thing in a nutshell, write llqn. It. L. Harnett, of Paducah, Ky., inclosing Wf for bylaws governing the corporation. The following is a list of questions that generally confront the farmers and we will give our views on them later. 1. Give a brief outline of your plans for transacting business. 1. Will you eliminate drummers and useless middlemen; if so, how? I). What is wrong with the present system of the distribution of. food hv-e- ry s, street; thence d,owu the line of said street to where it Intersects with Ked Kiver on the lower side of said bridge ; so as to exclude from the limits of Clav City, all of said bridge, approach and fill. This ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and after its passage and publication. I, other Loving. Ch'm'n Hoard of Trustees, Clay City. Ky .1. W. P., I ... rtM - ... . a... lh I I flltwn In tor tche time.an miQutf ifcmpl rrt ot boJf Inl .. .! fc drenlw Hal n rtueU Dmmknu DCMtnY rnMPiKY. Llngton. Kf. 342 Eatt Milft St., 4 Williams, Acting Clerk. Sigurd and approved April Hrd, 10M Farm Drain Tile turn that low, wet, useles-H- , swam-tifield Into the most nroluetive (Jtmd tile. spot on your farm. pioperlv placed, nut only earrie oil surplus water, it admit air to the down t!is tliriat of a "capes-dcntroyi t'10 wnrnu soil and hiakes it easy to work. c'i!cli-- n A unit avei ths c!ilcV lite. improves nny soil. The incieace dropi In t'10 JrlnVltiir water It in the value of the land is many CURES and titles the cost of the tile. The first PREVENTS GAPES year's crop from tiled land pays roup, cholera v t.-- Aloke Your Wet Land Productive. Uy the use of drain tile you eat. w'lilo rtUrrh-jcuand other chick diseases. for it. Bourbon Poultry Cure Red River Brick Company. BOURBON 50c Any liodv can do tho work Write for particu- our plant. & Tile e, attheMnrch Term, were visiting relatives at this place over Saturday and Sunday. Several ir the young folks attended a party given by Miss Leila Christopher of Spout Spring Saturday night. Sunt. S. G. liaker announced that Sunday School would be held at the Little creeek school house Sunday, All are At.ril !(! nt '2 o'clock. I), m invited. Kev. Judge Mann preached an ideal sermon at the Methodist church Easter Sunday and after the close the aughn s Mill Sundav School was organized with KENTUCKY. The best liibricatio,. the following ollicers: Supt.S. G. lia ker : Asst. Sunt., T. J. Wright ; Sec y, O J.Davis: Treasurer, Wm. Shimfessel. Teachers: Hible class, Clarence Kstes ; Young folks, Miss Hettie Lee Crowe; Intermediate. Mrs. Sam Wells ; Cradle Koll. Mrs. Kitty Wright. bus-..- . The Farmers' Union store began in Voncrhn'B Mill. Monday Apr, 13th, and is now open for any and all who wish to iraue. m nlace of business. The sole object of the Farmers' Union is to save the common laborer and farmer money : it is not, as some sup pose, to tear uown or ouuu up uuj - I merclianrs iraue. Till institution will have plenty to Don't fail to see our laces and do to take care of its own business, and it will deal only in a straightfor- embroideries Mrs. J. W. Williams. manward, legitimate and lier with all its customers. This is not AN ORDINANCE. tl new idea at all ; it is simply .the result of forty years of an experimental Ha it ordained by the Board of TrusliOMULUS JACKSON, stage in which all defects have been Clay City, Ivy., that the bounMaster Com'r Powell Circuit Court. discarded and we have nothing but tees of of daries Caly City he changed as follows : , v r r r t. Beginning at the upper side of the street extending to what is known as the Hultersville bridge, where same intersects with Ked Ulver; thence running back from Ked Uiver a sulliclent distance to exclude from the city limits all of tho fill and approach to said ""dge, thenco across guld street; thenco down tho line of said street to where it intersects with Ked Kiver on tho lower side of said brldga ; so as to exclude from the limits of Clay City, all of said bridge, approach and fill. And beginning at the upper bide of street to what is known We have laid up in shelves a new thetho Old extending bridge, where said Clay City is street intersects with Ked Kiver j thence running back Kiver a line of Dry Goods, such as Ginghams, Calicos, .suflicient distanco to from Kedfrom tint exclude tity limits all of tho fill and approach to said bridge; thence across said Percales, Serge, Dress Linen, Curtin Swiss, of women's rust 'jjroof corsets in Uitterent styles at 81 00, 81 AO and 00. Every one guaranteed. Mrs. J. W. Williams. Catarrh Cannot be Cured with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they cannot reach the beat of Catarrh is, a liltxid or disease, and in order to cure it you must take internal remedies. Hall's Catnrrh Cure is n internally, and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces Hull's Catarrh Cure is not n quack medicine. It was prescribe,! bv one of the best physicians in this country for years and is a regular prescription. It is composed of the best tonics known, combined with the hest blood purifiers, acting on the mucous surfaces. The perfect combination of the two ingredients is what produces such wonderful results in .. miring Send for testimonials free. F.J. Cheney & Co. Props., To ledo, Ohio. Sold by Druggists, price 75c. Tako Hall's Family Pills for Adv. Ca-tarr- REMEOT C3MPAHT, LulngllM, Kf. without carbon kite IlfcfllJRWl: :i p"1 im mm is 1 1 mt mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmammmmmmmmmmmMmmm.mmmm3 feeds f free from carbon. Tour Rrmt himli.ti nt mn tihl.of Nn rrVi Atitn Oil nill fur nish pres one M iral. steel harrel with faucet, fine to use by you for permanent storage. Price of oil in irea btU., 45c per tilloa. -- HAS. C. S1ULLU1H.U. "Enziline", pawtrfal OrJ.r Iron si jor (inli, cap aiploiirs for flMlis. 1 irct, k.rJ oil. Ir.Blmi.mt oil. whlcV1 Crude. A rale. ' 'vanlareelv. Ponltivetr thin, hlzh fire teat oilOn or watcr- ADerfeet oil forelther moled autAmohllit. Mado f rum finest Pennsvl ,J5 w??. liqaM it. It Always Helps says Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., in writing of her experience with Cardui, the woman's tonic She says further: "Before I began to use Cardui, my back and head would hurt so bad, I thought the pain would kill me. 1 was hardly able to do any of my housework. After taking three bottles of Cardui, I began to feel like a new woman. I soon gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework, as well as run a big water mill. I wish every suffering woman would give t CARDUI The Woman's Tonic ut SPRING TIME 15 HERE. DRESSING TIME, TOO. our i I still use Cardui when I feel a little bad, and it always does me good." Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness, feelings, etc., are sure sighs of womaniired, worn-oly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's tonic. You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing women for more than fifty years. k a trial. mwUWK'Imwmmrurmwrmmwmmwmmmmwmm Get a Bottle Today! u A 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. t 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 Very Truly, J Nature is constantly trying to wear out your house constantly gnawing away at wood and paint, nt brick and mortar. The best material is not too good to withstand these assaults. Hannahs Green Seal Paint is a scientifically determined is tho result of many years of experiment wcar-rcsiqtc- r. of It watching the wear of tho different compounds until tho perfect combination of lead, oil and zinc has been found. It is smooth, frco spreading, elastic and durable. Formula on every package. FOR SALE BY A. M. Lowe & Ho., j ROSSLYN MERCHANTS. Eaton SerVlcGuirct, Glay Gity, Atkinson& Lylc, Stanio n, r i ICy.