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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): May 7, 1914 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1914 cla1914050701_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.): May 7, 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 Si.oo a Year In Advance. ( LAY! CITY TIMES. We are here to help Clay ply, 4 the SorrounJing Country and Ourselves. .1. E. liurghtr. I'lttisher. VOL. XIX. Disposal, of Dead Hogs - CLAY CITY. kV., THURSDAY Want a Bridge. Printers the Best Paid. . MAY 7. 19M. STANTON NEWS. the lleshy part of hit- - NO. band. e V.) Hog cholera io again prevalent over this section of the State. e Through carelessness and many farmers are daily violating the law governing the disposition of carcasses. For this reason we quote the following act? of the General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Kentucky ; page 280 : "Au act providing for the do struct ion of the carcasses of swine dying from cholera or other disease. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Kentucky : First : That in nil cases where any pig, shout or hog shall die of the disease commonly cnlled "hog cholera," or any other disease, it shall be the duty of the owner, or owners, of such pig, shoat or hog, or the person or persons having the care or custody of the same, having knowledge of the fact or upon receivthe ing notice thereof, to carcass of the same to be burned within twelve hours, or securely f buried two and feet deeu. Second : Any person, or persons, failing and refusing to comply with the above provisions shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and upon couvictiou thereof shall be fined in a sum not less than ten nor more than fifty dollars. Approved by the Governor March 14, 1014 a bulletin issued by the . ,In-Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station in November, 1012, they warned the farmers as follows : "The burying of hogs that have died of cholera is a dangerous pruetJBe and should be discouraged. Virulent outbreaks of hog cholera have developed from carcasses that had been buried for several years; therefore the man who buries cholera hogs on his farm is in constant danger of hog cholera. Hurtling is greatly to be preferred. Trusting that we may have your hearty in the eradication of hog cholera from Kentucky, the Department of Animal Husbandry of the Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station is alwuwsnt your K. S. GOOD, Head of the Division Animal Husbandry, Ky. Agr'l Expr't Station. The above "information is of vital importance to the farmers and they should observe the law and the advice given by the Experiment Station as to' burning rather than burying carcasses. Attention is also called to 78 of March 28r.l, 1011, by the Kentucky Agricul. tural Experiment Station, lind which will be sent to any person upop request. The lack of jpaee prevents its publication in these columns. igno-raneone-hal1 com-mauBui-leti- n One of the most progressive rural districts in Powell or Estill counties is that section of the country around the little village of Spout Spring which embraces territory in both Estill aild Pow-el- l counties. They never let a good thing go by. They now are wanting a bridge at Lilly's Ferry between Estill and Clark counties. They realize the destitute condition of Estill county and Tuesday in a short time raised within themselves $805 toward the building of the bridge they so badly need to connect them with their neighbor, Clark. An effort will be made to get the Estill Fiscal court to appropriate f of Estill's part of the cost and raise the remainder by private subscription which they can easily do. one-hal- The S'xfh biennial report of the State Ifnbor Bureau recently issued shpws returns from 851 which employ a total of 14,8lb men, 11,058 women and 422 children. The term children is dppjied to boys and girls between the ages of I I and 1(5, those under 14 being forbulden by Iaw,towrrk in industrial esOf the men emtablishments. ployed 58.02.per cent, make $10 or more a 'veek, while the remaining 40.08 per cent, make less than that amount. Of the women 00.08 per cent, make $0 or more a week, while 89.07 per cent. make, less than $0. Of the children 78,'57 per cent, make $8 or more a veek and 21.48 per cent, mako. less than that The roporfrdevotes especial attention to the question of women's wageB which are denomgood," "fair" or inated as "poor." Th bureau's standard runs as follows : Good wage for a woman, $ and above; lair wage for ai woman, $0to$7; poor wage for a woman, $2.50 to $0; minimurn.wnge for a woman, $0.50; minimum wage for a family of five, $li).50. This, the says, isjbased in the most conservativeway on the cost of living in Kentucky. Some institutions are quoted as payiug good wages to a part of th bhiployeBj but poor or only, fair jwajjes tethers. PjrinteK are the only class of the employed that are unqualifiedly reported as receiving; "Good" wuges. Verily must wo conclude that it re-po- rt Robert Conlee attended County Mr. E. II. Fuller made a business court at Richmond w he went trip to Lexington last week. to buy a pair of mob"--- . He sold a Charlie Crowe mido a business shipment of 07 hoys to a firm in Cincinnati bringing him an aver trip to Mt. Sterleng Inst week. age of S7.73 a hundred. several days Ide Boone spent in j Courting the L. & N. Several years ago when the L. & E. railroad shops were moved from Clay City to Lexington, the latter gave the company a plat of land to induce them to locate there. The land cost $15,000 and the city provided that should the shops be moved the land and any buildings on the same should revert to the city. Now that the L. & N. railroad has defiantly and unlawfully got control of the L. & E. they want to abandon the L. & E. shops and have set out to swindle the city of this land and the buildings, and thcyUl do it too if theyMl prom'1 iee Lexington to run one train South from Cincinnati by the way of Lexington. Union Services. A.M. Lowe, the hustling merMrs. Kaie Bohannan and son, chant of Rosslyn, was here this Donald, ore visiting in Lexington. week on ousiness. He has secured a large contract for buying ties of Monday wps County Court day all kinds. He is certainly building but there was very little business up a big trade at Rolyn. done. .Mr. Butler Barnes made an as Clarence Hndden, of Mt. Sterling, called on the merchants here sault on Mr. Bill Johnson last week in Hnrdwick's store and knocked last week. him down with a blew in the face. Dr. Johnson was called to TJnrd-wiek- 's Butler has left for Indiana and creek Tuesday to attend when he returns he will get his Mrs. Sams. dues in the courts. Robert Blackburn was home one Mrs. Rettie Hardwjck has gone day last week but left sair.e day for to Winchester to spend a week with Jackson nnd Whitesburg. her son, J. II. Hnrdwick, and then Miss Nancy Ewen was in Lexing- will leave for Missouri and other ton and Winchester last week on points where she will visit her sis-tbusiness and pleasure. and other relatives. She will Miss Kabele was in Lexington be gone for several weeks. last week under treatment of a speMr. John Chaney and Miss Cal-li- e cialist for her cur trouble. Bobbins, daucher of Rev. Sher Henry Morris has returned to his man Robbins, were united in mar position wiht Sterm & Dillard on the riage by Magistrate Green Caudill, new road from out of Winchester. of Hatton Creek. Both are popuGeo. Derickson, of Hatton Creek, lar young people of Hatton Creek, has moved his family to Perry and we wish them the usual concounty where he has secured work. gratulations. The writer spoke to a splendid Miss Mayme Derickson will serve crowd on Gray Branch last week ice cream every Saturday Tn the er Richmond last week on business. ,1 rear room of the post ollice. tier a call. Give .ill ... !. O. hl ..!.. " Please get out your last week's issue of the Clay City Times and read the announcements for Commencement. There will he Union S2rviees at the Methodist church on next All the Sunday evening. churches invited. The sermon will be preached by the Rev. Charles G. Mann. We hope there will be a large attendance to hear Brother Mann as he takes his leave from us going into another field of service. We want to bid him good bye asking God's richest blessings on him iu his new field of labor. Slugs Another. C. F. Tharp, a former Deputy not pay to be a publisher. The Miss Myrtle Williams visited with Mrs. Anna Todd, of Louisville, fact that it pays so well to be a her sister, Mrs. Pearl Treadway arrived for a visit with her parent, printer is the very reason that it for several days at Torrent and Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Phillips. Sh pnys not to be a publisher. home Sunday. Illiteracy in 25th Judicial District. was accompanied by Misses Emily state-men- will organize a school at Licking river, in Morgan county this coming Sunday. A splendid school has been organized at Fincastle wliero he was hist Sunday. Sherill of Estill county, was badly cut Sunday evening in Winchester near the C. A O. bridge. So far he has been unablo to They identify his assailants. were colored people. Though badly wounded he is getting along reasonably well and will soon be out, being a man of rare constitution. A son of Lost Pockctbook. Mr. II. K. Blanton, of Kiiubrell, Inst a pocket book containing a , ?.r) bill and about $') change, presumably in Clay City or between th's city and Kimbrell. Anyone finding such property will Shimfessel has his usual nice hue kindly leave it at this office as per of beautiful Spring goods. See Mr. Wanton's instructions. change in his ad this week and visit his store whe.u you want to Gov. McCreary says he is buy goods of style and quality at willing to lead the Kentucky militia, of which lie is commander-in-c.correct prices. by virtue of his ollice, hief Owing to guch a heavy run of iu any Avar for the Hag. job. work this week the Times Felix McGuire, of Sf. Helens, may not be up to its usual qualiis spending a few days with his ty, but we have to take care of son, Judge W. T. McGuire. tlmteuil of our business. Jailer Martin goes back and forth Boyd and Martha Banks, of Louist every few days to sit up with his We have been handed a ville. After a ten day's visit Mi-- s of illiteracy of the counties father, J. F. Martin, of Cat Creek Lucile Todd will accompany her of the who is very sick with dropsy. f composing about mother back to Louisville where State. We have uot space to There are quite a number of she will spend the summer. the list in full, but we give in town. The small Miss Kabele will leave for lur Judicial cases of mumps it for the twenty-fiftpox cases are all well and Mrs. Lee home in Goldfield, Iowa nextTue-day- . District, which is as follows: and children are well of meanles. She ordered the Clay City County Percent Illiterate Times sent there so as to keep 11 0.0 . . 1857 . . Clark Dr. A. G. Knox went to 185'.) . 18.0 . . Jessamine last week and returned with touch with the people and doings Madison . . 2000 . . 12.0 his daughter, Lillie, who has been of Stanton. On Same day Mi 800 . . 20.2 Powell quite sick but is better at this writ- Ether Broad will leave fci her home This is quite au alarming state in Buffalo, X. V. She will nroha-bling. of affairs for a district in the enter a Missionary Training Dr. J. W. Scudderand family of most cultured section of the State School the coining year and prepare of Kentucky. This district must Richmond, visited with his sister, herself as a foriegn missionary. form a society to secure the im- Mr.s. Collins, the wife of our depot Miss McDill will leave for lur mediate betterment of condi- agent. They returned home Mon- home in New Concord, Ohio and tions, nnd it behooves the Super- day. next fall enter some college to comintendents of these four counties John Burgher was home for a plete her course. Prof. Buck wi'I to get together without delay few days last week and has return- also leave for College Corners when and to formulate plans; and if ed to his position with the now where ho experts to take charge of they don't do it. the people will railroad between Winchester and the farm for his mother and broget together to formulate plans Irvine. thers. Prof, and Mrs. Hanley will to put everyone of them out of remain for a few weeks and then It was all u mistake about John ollice. Such a condition of n Hairs Hatton going to Kosslyn to work will make a visit to their respectie is a disgrace to the district. The for Jack Welch. John is satisfied homes in Ohio and Pennsylvania. state and the cities and counties with his present position and will So there will lie almost an entire are expending a v.ery largo sum not leave. new force of teachers the coming of money to have the children of school year. Mrs. J. M. Owens, of Lexingtrn, the district taught, and it is up Other important items from th was here at Atkinson and Lyle's somebody to do something. to The Madisotiian. store this week where she had a Stanton news are crowded out millinery display of the latest cre- this week owing to our limit And Why? space. iu hats. Sad news for the "100." The ations We ire selling the nw Royal SewOne of Jailer Martin's boys got Queen of Bulgaria has put oil visit to the United States. his hand severely cut at the bottling ing Machine, price from f'io.i ) hor Mountain papers please copy. work where they make Mint Cola. up. 10 year guaranty. Mi, .T, W, WMi..ii.... A broken bottle was run through Winchester Sun.' y one-halpub-lish h Rich-mon- d ... y 1 THE TIMES. lTMUSHKf KVKUV TIIUHSIlAV. lo us that the Suit toted fair ; it jiuve the gist of tho evidence mid then based his statements on the evidence introduced. We hope the court will see that Hro. Walker meant no contempt, and we cant exceptions, the President also has the ablest Republicans of Jnilwription nite-S- I a ycnr or three arc sure he did not. years in ;nlviinee The State Department of ForIt seems now very certain that J. B. Unrulier, Publisher. when the free toll bill tmeses the estry is going into the apple tree Senate that it will be so amend- tusiuess and furnish budded Kntered ns M'piimt-rln- ! ntnil mutter. ed that, the foreign countries will trees to the people id' the State at cost. So areat a demand 'for giv-in- g riittrcday, - . . May 7, 1!U4. understand that we are not the Senate supporting the measure, such as Senators lion! of New York, Hurton of Ohio, Lodge of Massachusetts and others. The Clay City National Wants the business of all who value Courtesy, Safety and CLUB KATES. For the convenience of our subscribers, we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned : The 'I'imk3 and " Cincinnati Knquirer $1.00 " Louisville Herald 1 00 " Home and Farm 80 " " Inland Farmer SO Southern Agriculturist SO Tlie Mexican people suddenly woke up to the fact that they did ,e ayety remain . not care to be plunged into.a war for the sole purpose of keeping the usurper Iiuerta, in power. It was a realization of this fact that led Iiuerta to accept the offer of mediation which was made by the Ministers of the leading South American countries, name-ly- ; Argentine, Brazil and Chili. This Committee which is called the "A. li. C." commit, ee has We taken hold of the work in earnest, and there is much ground for hoping that they will contribute substantially toward the settlement of the Mexican trouble. s it is reported in reliable that Iiuerta is making preparations lo hot foot it, out of Mexico on short notice, and it isj not believed that he will attempt to maintain himfelf in power much longer, as the wealthy who have hitherto supported him have practically all de serted himand Mexico will not cir-cle- up any rights whatever in the free tolls on Coastwise shipping through the Panama Canal, and that if in the future if we should decide on free toll, that we will again pass the law without consulting any other country. It is quite certain now that the administration bill will puss the Senate by equally as satisfactory a majority as that by which it passed the House. In addition to having the support of the entire Democratic wing of the Senate with a few insignifi apple trees has arisen that at a meeting of t he Forestry Commission in Frankfort, it was decided that apple seed beds should be established in the Louisville nursery and State Forester J. K. Barton said ho would secure the seeds at once. The seedlings raised in the State nursery will be budded and grafted to the proper varieties for this state before shipment. A storehouse and packing and sorting plant will be erected at the cost of .$1,000 in connection with the Louisville nurserv: Good Methods. x Capital. Surplus. Shareholders' - $25,000.00 6.000.00 25.000.00 - Liability. Clay A City Quarter of Nationala Century Bank, CLAY CITY, KENTUCKY. in Clay City. We are Showing a Complete Line of Are Showing the Latest Spring Styles of CLOTHING, Spring Goods, Slippers, Etc. i Call and see our Line and get our Prices. We can fit you in Complete Style Men's Clothing and Hats AND peo-pi- e at Low Cost. safe' plaifitf in when he once relinquishes his power. for tiim'fo Editors John W. Walker and Joe Bush, of the Irvine Sun, have been arrested upon complaint of His Honor, County Judge Newton, for contempt of Court. The alleged oH'ense was committed in the publication of an article in the Sun criticizing the Judge in Jioldini:over to the grand jury Spivey and Denner for the killing of Frank Garrett while dofying the ollicers in Irvine a few weeks ago. It occurs to us that if Judge Newton attempts to punish every individual who criticizes his actions he will have a job on his hands that will consume his full time. In this particular case, it seems rs Ladies' Dress Goods SHIMFESSECS and Millinery. Mrs. J. W. Williams. Starck Pianos Sat infliction No Money la Advance Prices liuHieat TerniH A i Pa ot ory KEEPS YOUR HOME FRESH anof 3LEAN ort " pti(illft tf :i like teaching a hear to dance. 'IVni'liin " I( iq " P. A. STARCK PRESIDENT Saving ot 51 OO o 52 00FacFrom Combination Pneumatic Sweeper TPHfS e, DUNTLEY Sweeper cleans without raising dust, and at the same time picks up pins, lint, ravelings, etc., in ONE OPERATION. Its ease makes sweeping a simple task quickly finished. It reaches even the most difficult places, and eliminates the, necessity of moving and lifting all heavy furniture. The Great Labor Saver of the Homo Every home, large or small, can enjoy relief fnm 13room drudgery and protection from Swiftly-SweepinEasy-Runni- ne i ne iianger oi ii)ing dust. Duntley is the Pioneer of Pneumatic Sweepers UUNTLliY I'.NCUriATIC 6501 S. Mate St.. lias the combination of the Pneumatic Suction Noulcand revolving ilrukh. Very catdy operated and absolutely guar- vacuum gleaner, vtuy nut give iiitcu. in uuying tne "uuntley a trial in your home at our expense? Writ today for lull porllcuLtrj AdliNTS WANTGIJ SWEI'I'i'K CO.. Chlcafu. How's This? We oiler one hundred dollars reward for any case of catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh V. .1. Cheney & Co., Cure. Toledo, O We, the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the past 15 years, and believe him perfect ly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to uurry out any obligations wade by his firm. Walding. Kinnan fc Marvin, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken in temally, acting directly upon theblood and mucous surfaces of the system, lebtiiuenuls 'sent free. l'rice 7" cents per bottlef Sold by all druggists. Take Hall's Family IMHa for con - tory Direct 0WNMME H We will ship you a beautiful. Starck Pin nr. tnr home. No cash payment required. All we ask Is that you will play upon, uso -.i and teat this nlann for 30 1avm lr at tim ..nil ,r ih.t ti.A MA. i. highest grade, sweetest toned and finest Diana In every WilV. that vnll hnvw ever Been for the money, you are at perfect liberty to send It back, and wo will. 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You are assured of receiving sweet toned durable high grade Guarantee oiareK 2nd-Hand Kvcry Starck I'lano Is guaranteed 'or Si years, 'ibis guarantee has back ot It our 35 years ot piano experience, and the of on responsible piano house. iargalns Player-Piano- s 50 Free Muslo Lessens To every purchaser of Starck llanos, we gin free music lessons, in one of the best known schools in Chicago. These lessons you ran take la your own home, by mall. This represents one year's free Instruction. We lisve constantly on hand, a large number ot slightly used and second-hanpianos of all standard makes taken In tor new Etarck Pianos and I'larrr-FlanThe following are a few sample bargains t Weber Steinway Chlckering Kimball Starck second-han- $110.00 92.00 90.00 93.00 195.00 bargain list. Starck rUrer-Plauo- s are the beat ami moat beautiful Player l'ianos on the market. You will be delighted with the many el elusive features ot these wonderful instruments, and will I pleased with the very low prices at which iney can be secured. stipation. - ....... Rn.l t ... I . v fa. beautifully illustrated piano book which gives you a large Piano leek Free . ' Send for our latest complete tion regarding pianos. book ideas amount Don't fail to see our faces and embroideries. Mrs. J. W. Williams. rod. will 1 A. STARCK PIANO CO.. of InformaThis Interest and Writ tn.l.v 1384 Starck HUg,, CIHCAGty l Returns from Florida. Dr. Martin left Tuesday after A. 1 Johnson, who went on a where ho will represent Powell county in prospecting tour to Wachulii, the" regular triennial State meet- Fla., has returned, and reports PAPER. A HOME-MAfavorably on the Southland. Hering of the Modern Woodmen. bert Waldron went with Mr. " . And don't forget to swat the Johnson to Florida and is also May 7, TI1UHSDAY, lly. lie is beginning to put in impressed with the outlook in his appearance. The killing of the peninsula State. Mr. JohnLOCAL BREVITIES. one lly now is the equal of kill- son has been very sick since his M. L.(Dovary, of Clark county, ing .millions later in the season, return home. so they tell us, and. wo believe it. was rn'the city Saturday. Indigestion? Can't Gat? No Appetite? G. T. Smith has been appointMrs. Carrie Groves is visiting A treatment of Electric Bitters inrelatives in Lexington and Louis- ed postmaster at Beatty ville. Mr. creases your appetito; stops indiSmith will bo remembered as the gestion; you can eat everything. ville. Democratic nominee for J. II. Dawson, of Winchester, Senator in this district State A real spring tonic for liver, kidthree ney and stomach troubles. Cleanwas in the city Monday a,ndTues-dayears ago, and also the Demo- ses your whole system and you feel on business. cratic nominee for County Judge fine. Electric Bitters did more for Miss Jlennio Ilich, of iTnckson, of Leo county last fall. Mr. T. D.Peeble's stomach troubles Tenn., is visiting her sister, Mrs. than any medicine he ever tried. m it Mr. and Mrs. Turner Smith, of lauioee juounrz. Get a bottle today. 50c and $1 at Dayton, Ohio, are visiting relayour druggist. Adv. A. M. Lowe, ofHhe mercantile tives near the city. It. will be lirm,'A. M. Lowe& CoMEo3slyn, remembered that Mr. Smith sus- Bucklen's Arnica Salve for eczema. ivas in the city Tuesday. tained a broken leg last. October Successful Term Closes. Mr. Moore, of the Winchester while on a lumber yard at DayOur school closes a most sucisun, was in the city Saturday in ton. From this fracture he has cessful term this week. Prof. the interest of that splendid never recovered and is still very Falls and his able assistants have ' lame. daily. . rendered efficient and faithful i services. It is safe to say they Guss Shunfessel is attending High Water. 'every child and the races at Lexington this week The heavy rains which fell have not pleased patron of the school, and this is ind also visiting his sister, Mrs. Monday night put the river up '8. D. Hall. considerably and the saw mill very strong evidence that they t yesterday have taught a good school. We his moth- had to be closed down Dr K. A. Irvin-nnhigh water. hope to be able to get as good er havo left for Florid where on account of the been plow- supply of teachers for the next they will visit, their relative, the Bottom land that had ed is pretty badly washed, and year. lliev. Logan Irvin. Coughed for Three Years. much corn that was planted will ' Mr, and Mrs. Frdnklin Mavgi-soprobably have to be planted "I am a lover of your godsend to visited the former's parents, over. humanity and science. Your medir. and Mrs. Jefl' Margison, at icine, Dr. Ding's New Discovery, Child Cross? Feverish? Sick? Irvine haturday and Sunday. cured my cough of three years A cross, peevish, listless child, F. G. Coulee was here Satur- with coated tongue, pale, doesn't standing," says Jennie Flemmiug, Have you day from Hazard. Mr. Conlee sleep; eats sometimes veiy little, of New Dover, Ohio. an annoying cough? Is it stubborn wilHeave Hazard, but has not then again ravenously; stomach jy'et decided where he will locate, sour; breath fetid; pains in stom- and won't ield to treatment? Get & a 50c bottle of Dr. King's Newach, with dinrrhea; grinds teeth Keep Bowel Movement Regular. Discovery today. What it did for 'New Life Pills kep while asleep, and starts up with Jennie Flemming it will do for you. ptntuacli, liviT and kidneys in heal terror all suggest a Worm Killer no matter how stubborn or chronic fhy condition. Rid the body of soriiething that expels worms, and a cough may be. It stops a couu'h poisons and waste. Improve your almost every child has them. and stops throat and lung trouble. Worm Killer is needed. Get ximplexion by Hushing the liver Relief or money back. 50c and 81 arid kidnevs. "I cot more relief a box today. Start at once. You at your druggist. Adv. from . one box of Dr. King's New won't have to coax, as Kickapoo Bucklen's Arnica Salve for pimples. L,'ifiJ?illi than any medicine I ever Worm Killer is a candy confection. Subscribe for the Times. Expels the worms, the cause of your tried," nays C. E. Hatfield, of child's trouble. 2oc at your drugIII. 25c ut your druggist. gist. Adv Adv. THE- - T : DE noon, "lor Georgetown U5E HOPE MILLS FLOUR Talking About Flour Have you ever tried the PEAI'L brand? No, Fail not to try it at the first opportunity if you would know what a good flour really is. Wo also make 191-1- the PEERLESS SELF-RISING FLOUR. If your grocer hasn't it ask frm to get it for you. With it bread making will be easy. y Made by J. ANDREW GAIN, Versailles, Ky. When in Need of Builder's Hardware, Cabinet Mantles, Grates, Tiles, , Cooking or Heating Go to or Write Stoves, n Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, - Winchester, - Ky. I DrT-King- Kick-apo- o Chi-cjtg- o, Hardwick & Co.'s Spring and Summer TREES! STRAWBERRY PLANTS Everything for I Gome to Our Store And let us show you what a nice line of goods we carry. rati oca Fruit and Shade, Shrubs, Asparagus, (irape Vines, Roses, I'eonles, Phlox, etc. ORCHARD, NO AGENTS GOODS. Our Spring and Summer Goods are now in. We want ou 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 latesl 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-Over- " Shoes for Men in the new and staple styles in patent leathers, and tan, in button and lace Oxfords and regular Shoes. Hart, Sch?fl-ne- r & 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 C6lton's King flour at $2.80 per hundred or 70c for 25 lbs., every sack guaranteed. Sugar, 20 lbs. for $1.00, $4.75 per hundred, and roasted coffee, 18c r pound. gun-metready-fo-wear x-- LAWN and GARDEN. FREE CATALOGS Our stock of Dry Goods, Notion"-- , H. F. Hillenmeyer& Sons, Lexington, Ky. Nurserymen Since 1841. jja itroceries, naruware, wioinuig, oiioes ana etc. replete with is Variety, Style and Quality. ..... . k OAP1TAT STOCK. S 100,000 i;00,(MK) .2 HUKl'LUS AND UN C niVlUKD PKOPITK. THIS COMBINED WITH OUlt it, I WiKciiKSTKu Bank, Of WINOIIHTKH, f Tins ; Low Prices j jUl k. C; N.TT01.1.Y With ehhi'oon, l'H kh, ;j CJ W. K. AMIIIKH. Make it to your Interest to give us a good nhnrcj of be- - YOUR ACCOUNTS KOWOITIID assets. "1 your trade. We triv to please our customers cause we knew satisfied customer ureourbe Yours to please, wtmm I RICHMOND, KY. WALDRON & JOHNSON, Training School for Teachers I A til huu V r few. .r Waltersville, Ky. ir- ' CwarM.. TulUM Km M 1 p kwiMtky. - iwaiiniaiHttiii Hardwick & Co., Stanton. r.uw,..r. j. n, CKABIIK. I'rr.Unil., We have just recolvcd a full line having an opportunity to indorse petition to the County Judge ,of women's rust proof corsets in different styles at 81 00, 81 50 and There is not much news from calling for a vote on the propo'i 00. Every one guaranteed. sition to issue bonds to build here this week. Mrs. J. W. Williams, county. The I'ryso Fralov and wife and lit- turnpikes in the' A lady of our city has found a petition was signed by every vottle daughter were visiting at Naer in this part of the county with sure cure for broken dishes. If du Sunday. the dish to be mended can be but one exception. .Mrs. Eddy Fox is making lier tied together with a stout string then place it in boiling milk and home for awhile with her nephMill. and left one hour, you can never ew, Kubt. Hale. Miss Fannie D. Mizo returned broken Aus Noland moved Sunday Sunday morning from Winches- tell the dish had been be put in from here to the f.rm of Levi ter whore she has been with her and it can afterwards boiling water without the pieces Hale on Glady. aunt, Mrs. Nannie McKinney, coining apart. This experiment Airs. John Helton was very ill whoso health has been bad for has been tried and proven and 'Sunday nipht with something some time. many are the broken dishes 1'ke heart trouble. Quite a lot of fencing and.a which were thought to be useless Steve Miller, of Howon, was in bumber of bridges were washed which are now as good as new. these partsou business Ja?t week, away Tuesday morning by the Wind and hailstorms did great spending a night with David tide; much com just planted was damage in. Western Kentucky destroyed, while others were benI.sindsaw. and Southern Indiana the first of efitted by the overflow. John O'llair, who works for the week. Miss Hettic Thacker, who has the Dana Company, was hurt by AN ORDINANCE. a log Saturday, which nearly had a lingering illness for several moths, is very low at this writbroke both his legs. Re it ordained by the Hoard of Trusbouning. Iler father, Mr. Jno. Thack- tees of Clay City, Ky., that the as fol Cain Brisco was visiting bis er, is also on the sick list and Mr. daries of Cnly City be changed, : mother and other home folks A. L Bush has been carrying the lows HpL'intiiniT nt the unnersideof the near Mountain Springs, in Es- mail for him this week. street extending to, what U known as the Wultersvillu orldpe, wliere same till, from Saturday till Monday. e Mrs. Mary McKinney and her intersects with Kcd Kiver; thence a suillcient back from lied who distance to exclude liner the city lim niece, little Fannie Burnett, from SPOUT SPRING. its nil of the till and npjiroacii to saiu has been away since Xmas The for homo Saturday. Services were very well attend-eFOR SALE 1 steel cooking at Salem Baptist church Sun-da- mer together with her many rel range, 1 coal hot blast heating atives and friends took dinner stove. Apply to Rev. Unas. u. and spent the day with her fath Mann. Elder G. W. Mcintosh sold a bunch of nice shotes to John er, Mr. A. 1'. Bush. We have just received n nice Bro. Lowry was not able to fill line of Jacquard waistings, Percales Scett. the Christian Chiviots'and Poplins. Lloyd Todd visited his mother his appointment at Mrs. J. W.Williams. Sunday but the attend near Winchester last week who church and Sunt. Baker ance was good continues in very poor health. conducted the Sunday school The roads here remain in a nicely. Brother L. F. Mann will very bad coudition owing to the preach at the Methodist church poor drainage and the continued the 10th inst. He will appreci'rains. ate your presence. Sunday school J. N. Burgher had a mare to at 10 a. m. get choked some days ago and has 'Mr.- - Mart Ballard, who down the throat of a capey" died from the eil'ects of it Mou-da- been ill for some time, died at the worms chicken destroy and saves the chicle's life. A C. Bowman also lost a Ii is Home Sunday night and was few drops In the drlnVlnc water splendid mare a few days ago. buried Tuesday evening at the CURES and PREVENTS GAPES The writer was in error in Keimoii graveyard. white diarrhoea, roup, cholera He had an abcess in his heau stating last week that, a Sunday and other chicle dlscat.es. school had been organized at the and was recently operated on at One 50c Bottle of school house. The meeting at Lexington. The deceased was a that time was devoted tosinging. kind and loving rather and leaves Makes 12 Gallons of Medicine. Sunday sohool will be organized a large family to mourn his loss Everypoultry raiser ihould keep a bottlo of here the coming Suiiday. thM medicine oi hand. Write for free sample Old newspapers for suit at this and Booklet on "Diseases of Fowls." Address, Lexington, The voters of this county are oflice. BEMEOr I, Gray's Branch. a Vaughn's -- to work. soil and inaTies It improves nny soil. The inereace in the value of the land is many times the cost of the tile. The first year's crop front, tiled land pay and fill. for it. Any body can do t lie work This ordinance shall be in full force V,rite for particuand effect from and after its passage successfully. lars or call at oui plant. and publication. Luther Loving, Ch'm'ii Hoard of Trustees, Red River Brick & Tile Clay City, Ky. Uofhpany, J, W. Williams, Acting Clerk. KENTUCKY, Signed and approved April 3rd, 1914. STANTON bridge, thenco, across said ftrcet; thence down the line of said ntrret to where it Intersects with Red River on the lower side of said bridfje : so us to exclude from the limits of Clay City, all of said bridge, approach and (ill And beginning at the JUpper side of the street extending to what is known as the Old Clay City bridge, where said street intersects with Hed lllver; thence running back from Red River a sullicicnt distance to exclude from the city limits nil of the fill and approach to said bridge ; thence across said street; thence down the.line of said street to where it intersects with Red River on the lower side or said bridge ; so us to exclude from the limits of Clay City, all of said bridge, approach Farm Drain Tile turn that low, wet, useless, swum-pfield into the most productive Good tile, spot on your farm. properly placed, not only carries off surplus water, it admits air tt the Alake Your Wet Land Productive. By the use of drain tile you eat. "WE USE" 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. run-nin- d STOMACH TROUBLE FOR Majority of Friends Hughes Would FIVE YEARS I decided ONE Thought Mr. taking other medicines. Die, But any confidence in it. I to take his advice, although I did not have have now been taking One Helped Him to Recovery. Black-Draug- ht for three months, and it has cured me ' y. haven't had those ad I awful-sic- headaches since I began using it: Pomeroyton, Ky. In iateresting am so thankful for what has done for me." Black-Draug- ht vices from this place, Mr. A. J. Hughes writes as follows : "I was down with Thedford's Black-Draug- ht has been de- stomach trouble for five (5) years, and found a very valuable medicine for would have sick headache so bad, at rangements of the stomach and liver. times, that I I BourbonPoultryCure BOURBON COMPANY, It thought surely I would die. is composed of pure, vegetable herbs, but they contains no dangerous ingredients, and acts gently, yet surely. I tried different treatments, got so bad, I did not seem to do me any good. I It can be freely could not eat or sleep, used by young and old, and should be kept in every family chest. Get a package today. Only a quarter. ai me to try and quit i I i and all my friends, except one, thought would die. Thedford's He advised Black-Draug- We Want Your Ties. pruluMijroUftlncU in literal. hnit BLACK OAK, HICKORY, CHESTNUT OAK and CHESTNUT. In the following sizes: 5 x x 8; 0 x T x 81; 7 x 8 x Si. Call and get our prices on these sizes. met RIPORT on p IcuvzvluvlVtflr. BAr hena 3 rem. in M on HOW TO OGTAI Wlilfll owl will l patent law and nil, !.: r - ilt. If Of! NO FEE. iii'oiytitfliiitTkrttv .! rhoto, for uy.irluteal praot- fc r ft E..V tnmtiiAtilft ttoolc SELL PATENTS, to .' i partner, Intoniiauon, D. SWIi PATEMT L, WYCRS. D. C. f m mumm 1303 Seventh St., Washington, Harness, Saddles, &cJ t ! Vij, nitlrfclr r.lf.w. TttiAiim.tLmrHnra Mm. m cle., Keuralsia, ll.icl.arlm, llraiiactio 10anil m all palm, lour nionrr back If it rail.tHxajrrr 1l la IE ll.ie aur scba la aojr part ct tun AfIMn inlnutfa tiniM. auc. sit jin uruggit". FrM imiapU aad ciralf Mai aa rqwl. BOURBON REMEDY COMPANY. We have just reeived a complete line of Harness, Saddles, ....... utwl rlironf f VI I. IIUUI VliC fiwt norr uUli till ilsn JUIMIIIP Mill ttlau l it Hl.MlJ n VII Mil UIU miuuiemi'trs proms cut out, aim we will give you the benefit of our saving. 1 V. V ta IIANNA'S LUSTRO-FINIS- H . 342 Eait Main St., Uilngton. Ky, "Mad. to Walk On" Shoes. ? "T is for floors, stairs, woodwork nnd furniture. It is all ready to use. Just dip in the brush and We have also an unusually good . line of Men's, Women's, Missus', and Children'! Shoes, the tyest that money can buy, and we are going to them to you at prices you have been paying C for much cheaper goods, j 4 3 over ee YEARS EXPERIENCE practice will make you an expert in its application. It makes old floors new, ard no floor is bo had that Lustro will not muko it clean, smooth, sanitary and beautiful. You cpn wipe up a Lustro floor with a damp mop water docs not damage it. It is elastic and tough, and docs not mar under heel nulla, or casters. to ahead. It flows freely and evenly, and two minutes I A. M. Lowe & Ho., ROSSLYN MERCHANTS. CORVniQMTS SlC. Anron sandlni a akrlrh and daarrlpllnn mar niiU'klT ascertain Olr fjnlnluii fro,. atfiMhar ail luieiitloa (a prubablr pauiilnble. Coainjunlrii. aunt frae. lildait aiieiicr tur amauTiiir patenti. Ou. rtcalri 1'iiteuts taken tliruuili Jluiin Ijifflal wAUl, without charss, tutM TRADE MARKS DC8I0N8 lliiinirlcllconnjeiiifl. HANDMW oiil'aieuu Also Agents for Clay City Times. handsomelrlllnatrslM weklr. iJirtait olr. ilutluu of anr clt'iKluo journal, Taruis, II wrt four montlji, L Hold by all iwwsdeakra. ron SALE DV. &L0.38,B'".rf8WTQrK Offlct. ta V BU, Waiblesloo.aC. Eaton 6c Atkinson Ss layle, McGuire, Glay Gity, Ky. Stanton, .