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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): May 14, 1914 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1914 cla1914051401_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 14, 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 CLAYlCITY TIMES. .51.00 a Year In Advance. We are here to help Clay Cjjy,, the SnrroonJiog Country an! Oorselvcs. , .1. E- - Burgher, Publisher. VOL. XIX. Bureau of Agriculture Reports The Times is in receipt of the CLAY CITY. One County Flickers. K-ft- THURSDAY twenty-six MAY H. JON. STANTON NEWS. NO. 20 20th Biennial Report of the State Bureau of Agficulture. It is brim full of the most valuable information. Each county in the .State is described. Information concerning Powell county follows : Population 1000, G.443; 1910, i,26S; per cent decrease 2.7. Assessed acreage of land 87,471 .(United States Census 115,840). Total assessed valuation, taxable property, $872,917.00.. Assessed value of land, with improvements, $509,452.00. Average assessed value of land, per acre, $5.82 (United States Oensus .$15.89). Railroads, L. & N. 11. J I. 23.88, Mountain Central Railway 3.00; total mileage 26 88; porin the middle-eastertion of the State; formed in 1852 and named for Gov. Lazarus V. Powell; some timber left ; lands One ef the Faithful Few Rewarded. level to hilly ; the river and creek Editor J. Clyde NelsonA of the bottom lands fertile; lands on Sharpsburg World, after 22 years top of the hill not very fertile; at the helm, being the founder splendid fruit county; county and sole publisher of the paper seat, Stanton ; population 278. during all of these years, has sevCommencement Exercises. ered his connection with the paThe Commencement exerc'ses per and in the last issue publishof the city school were well at- es a beauiful valedictory. The tended, and the graduates on the paper will most likely be continprogram acquitted themselves ued by some other persou. We most creditably. It was pro- hope the promotion of Mr. Nelnounced by many as being hard son to be postmaster will not be to beat. It was a very rainy instrumental in the town losing The night, or else there would uot the valuable "World". have been standing room in the press of the'State regrets to lose Methodist, church. The gradu- Mr. .Nelson from the newspaper is"giadnri!know thatin fie!d,-b-ut ates were : Misses Gertrnde"V6lir his doing so, he is provided with mer, Fannie Mountz, Roxie something at least more remunerJosephine Hazelrigg, Hal-li- ative than publishing a local paRogers, Carrie Goosey ; Mes- per in a small to,wn. Shelby srs. Henry Hendricks, John O. C. Mayo, Kentucky Martin and James Hendricks. Democratic National CommitteeMore Stringent Automobile Laws. man and capitalist, died at the The new automobile law is Waldorf-Astori- a Hotel iu New much more stringent than the York Monday afternoon at 2:30 old one. In addition to lines o'clock. The funeral will take ranging from $10 to $50, if im- place at Paintsville, Kv., today poses imprisonment in the coun- at 10:80 o'clock. ty jail for terms up to thirty days, Fletcher Deaton, under life in the discretion of the court or jury. The maximum speed lim- sentence for conspiracy to murit is twenty miles an hour, lu der, former Sheriff Ed Callahan, the residence sections of incor- of Breathitt county, has secured porated cities and towns the a writ of error from the Court of speed must not exceed ilfteen Appeals and may take his case to miles, and in the business section the United States Supreme it must be reduced to ten miles. Court. The registration numbers must Lost Pockctbook. be displayed in the specified pos. A son of Mr, II. K. Dlanton, of ltinu and must not be illegible Kimbrell, lost a pocket book confrom dust or mud. taining a 85 bill and about $1! change, presumably in Clay City or Editors Held Over to Urand Jury. Editors John W. Walker and between th's city and Kimbrell. F. A. Conlee, of the Irvine Sun, Anyone finding such property will were arraigned before his honor, kindly leave it at this office as per County Judge Newton, upon the Mr. Blanton's instructions. charge of criminal libel ami held to the grand jury under $100 bond each. The original charge against the men wa6 contempt of court. two-third- lo-:at- n Simpson county last ed down a proposition to sell bonds to the amount, of $100,-00with which to build turnpikes. This proves the spirit of this south Kentucky county. This county must now lose its proportion of the State aid or let what enterprising people there are in the county put up the cash from their own pockets. The law requires a majority to carry a bond issue and this provision is why the measure failed to pass. Powell county will not be like Simpson when we vote on the bonds We have waded the mud too long and too deep to neglect an opportunity to get turnpikes when the State proposes to help us. But there will be opposition to the bond issue, though to an insignificant extent. week vot0, unpro-gressiv- e s 6, e USE HOPE MILLS FLOUR Hoilf Distinguished jVlsitor. Mrs. Cora Wilson Stewart, editor of the Morehend Mountaineer, A former Supt. Schools of Wowun county, originator of the famous moonlight school, and au educator of national fame, is spending Mrs. ii few days with her sister, K. B. McGlone in this city. We are selling the new Royal Sewprices from fcliO.OO ID vpnr HiiuriLiitv. .mi. Mrs. j. w. wiiiiams.'Made ing Machine, by J. ANDREW Blount of Heidelberg, arrived fot visits and Commencement. Mies Dr. J. E. Lemming was cal'ed Beatrice Blount returned home with to Lombard to see Albert Bowen Melvin to visit a week at his home. who is sick. Uev. W. W. Strickland, whose Dr. Marshal Combs, of Hazard, whereabouts have been unknown visited at the home of D. It. Clark for several weeks, was located by this past week. by the writer at White Oak in Mor.All the .teachers have left for gan county Since leaving Stanton injured. , T their respective homes that, the he has been wielding the sledye On Sundarnorniug, May 20th, writer spoke of in last week's pa- hammer against the devil in Brea1894, justwenty years ago, thitt county, and has lately gone to per. there was six inches of snow on Morgan county to continue his atthe ground',which killed most Mr. Torn Conlee and daughter, tacks. every thing'planted and up, but Minnie, are visiting in Fayette and Misses Frances Kabele, Esther it did not do the injury that the Madison counties with Lewis, Broad and Miss McDill, accompanGeorge and Irvin Conlee. frost sixyeaB before in May did. ied by Prof. Buck went to the It caused wheat to lodge worse, Mrs. Alicia Derthick is expecting but other ways it was not so dam- her sister, Mrs. Azora Parker, of home of Miss Mina Knox where aging. It did not kill all of the Bedford, Ohio, to arrive Friday of they enjoyed a social evening. All Prof. leaves fromtjie trees and a small this week and stay for three weeks. report a splendid time. Shearer, who has been attending portion of th fruit escaped. Frank Yocum, of Hatcher's the Seminary at Princeton surprisTf:-- . creek, reports his wife as very poor ed them by coming in on the same Sunday at Winchester. Billy Sunday, minister of the ly and made a trip to Clay City train and enjoying the evening with Christian church, of National Friday to get her some graham them. He took in the Commencement week and has returned to his fame, will speak at the K. W. Hour. College, Winchester, June 2nd. Miss Ethel Baker, of Mt. Sterl- field of work. The Lexington ministers recent- ing, is here visiting her many The writer regrets that he wbb ly turned down a proposition to friends in Stanton and Filson. She only able to take in one night of have Sunday jsomc there and hold was accompanied by Miss Emma Commencement week from reports coming In on all sides it a meeting. Jhe Lexington min- Coones, of same place. seems to have been one of the best isters considered Sunday's radi-ca- l The writer organized a splendid Commencements ever held. ways and.manners of present- Sunday School at Licking River in musical recital on Wednesday The was ing the Savior to the people as Morgan county this past Sunday. worthy of high mention and to uncomely and divested of per- He will organize one this coming those who are lovers of music an was well spent. The play manent good to the cause. Sunday at Gray's Branch. given on Thursday night was fine Church Passes Resolutions. Mr. T. H. Hall, of Cincinnati, a and showed a great deal of talent. Whereas, .Charles G. Mann, representative of ihe Singer Sewing One rcan said that he had seen a and paid high pastor of the'Presbyterian church Machine Co., was here last week great many plays but he see them cityjhas accepted a- - call I cheeking Up their agents. He found prices to as much as any enjoyed of this he had' tnis.play ever.Wen.- - There was the Gold as jJastorxifMiuftl Medal Contest on Saturday night Ohio, and tmreaving our com- shape. which was the most exciting event munity, Miss Nell Hardwick, of Rosslyn, of all. Six contestants took part Now, Therefore, it is resolved, was here visiting her sisters this and it was hard on the part of the That the members of the Presby- week. Also MrsSu6ie Hardwick judges to decide which wan the terian Church of this city and Jones, of Montgomery county, was winnpr. 1 lie decision wis given to county, are reluctantly giving up here visiting lfer sisters and taking Miss Maxie Johnson, of Tallegn, with Miss Ann Clark as second. a loyal and devoted pastor; that in Commencement week. Many thought that Anna had won, all denominations of Christian Mr. M. S. Crain, of Jackon, thouch there was no dissatisfaction people of this community are losexpressed. The other contestants ing the aid and assistance, in took in the graduating exercises at were Misses Daisy Johnson. GlndvH their fight against sin and wrong, the College building on Monday Welch, Ohio Frazier and John Only one could win the a consecrated Christian man, and night. He was very much inter Cnmpoell. ested in the beautiful singing that nrize, but the effort the others put a true and courageous minister forth was worth us much to them of the Gospel of Jesus Christ ; made the evening so pleasant. as it was to the winner. On Sun-da- y morning Dr. E. O. Guerrant, and that the people of this conn Rev. C. G. Mann, of Clay City, ty, and especially of Clav City, was calling on his many friends this of Wiltnnre.'Ky.. who has done so much along educational lines for will miss the cheering words, week and bidding them good-bythe people of Eastern Kentucky, cordial greetings and hearty He tbok in the Commencment ex- - gave the Baccalaureate sernion. handshakes of Brother Mann. and left Tuesday morning His address was on Life, which Resolved, that Brother Mann for his new field of work iu South these graduates are launching out upon. On Saturday afternoon the and his wife have endeared ern Ohio, children carried off the honors. themselves to our citizens and that their interest and help in Mr. I). It. Clark rode through They are always a delight to every the social and spiritual welfare to Breathitt county on his body and can draw a crowd when ot the people here will be great- mule where he went to look after others fail. Their exercises were Two little splendidly amusing. ly missed. his timber interests and also his gills from Louisville, Misses Emily Resolved, that a copy of these rosnlutions be published in the home in Jackson. While in Jack lioyd and Martna Hanks sng a Clay City Times and a copy son he sold his mule and came beautiful song that added much to the entertainment. They are very thereof delivered to Brother home on the steel horse. Miss Leeta talented little girls. Mann. Miss Mollie Johnson, of State Derthick won theprize fur notmUs This May 10th, 1914. College in Lexington, and Mr. John ing a day in school and the highest Johr.son, of Tallega, took in the grado of her room. Mary Daniels given prize Commencement Geld Medul con and Mabel Morris were from the first grade. Kthel Kvcr- test on Saiuidav night. They hud ole won the prize for the second the pleasure of seeing their eister, grade, Lois Johnson also won n alking ADOUt Maxie, wm the first prize, prize in her gradr. I lie writer has been unable to learn all of n Among the visitors to those who won prizes On Sunday Iluveyou ever tried the PEARL brand? No. Fail not to try it at the Commencement were Dr. A. T. and night Rev. J. C. Hanley preached On Monday flret opportunity if you would know Lawrence Kuox, Mrs. It. T. Barter, to a large house. Mise Elsie Kearick of Lombard, night the graduates gave their what a good Hour really is. They Mrs. Sylvia Russell and son, Har Commencement addresses. were excellent and well appreciatWe also make the ry, Messrs. Beela Smith, lireen ed The graduates were Misses Bowen and another brother of Maude Bowen, Beatrice Blount, PEERLESS SELF-R1SIN- O Milu Kuox and Stella Congleton. FLOUR. Nada. After which Prof. Hanley gave them Mrs. Watkins, of London, Ky., if your grocer hasn't it ask Iimu their diplomas with a splendid adto get it for you. With it bread and u sister to Mrs. Doll Blount, dress. Dr. Guerrant gave the cluHis address was full was here visiting this week and tak- ing address. mukiug will be easy. ing in Commencement. Also Mrs. of advice and witticism. The Doc- CAIN, Versailles, Ky. Pettit of Clay City, . and Melvin Continued on fourth I'm. May' Frost and Snow- - years a big frost and freeze wlii'clt'killed all the fruit, and even killed the leaves from tho trees. 1 Potatoes and corn were bitten lib the ground, but they came.uphigain and made as good crops asuf they had not been May 10, 188, ago, tlierb-'wa- s 1!gi4Fo e. for labor under the compensating act of J 1)1 0. The prisoners havo been paid according to the provisions of the bill for the past two years. This decision means PUItMSIIKI- KVKItV THURSDAY. that Kentucky is another hundred thousand deeper in debt Subscription rates SI a year ortliree and that Gov. McCreary will be yours in ihIviiiicu 55'.!, blamed for it, when in fact he E. Uunjlicr, Publisher. has no more to do wifli it than a man in the moon. THE TIMES. - for Stato aid to rnadsfthas come out for tho ItepuGHcnii nomination for Congress in the 11th dis Wo next need trict. Good. Federal aid and Bosworth is tho kind of stuff needed at Washing ton to bring it about. How's This? We offer one hundred dollars re ward for any case of catarrh that cannot be cured by Unll's Catarrh F. J. Cheney ' fc Co., Cure. ' Toledo, O undersigned, have We, tho known F. J. Cheney" for tile past 15 years, and bcliuvehim perfect lr honorable in all business trans actions and financially 'ablo to carry nut any obligations liiude by his firm. Walding. Kinnrtn k Marvin, Wliolesule Druggists, Toledo, O. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken. in ternally, acting directly upon tho nioou anu mucous surfaces of the system. Testimonials sent free. Price 75 cents per bottle. Sold by all druggists. Take Hall's Family .Pills for n. The Clay City National Wants the business of all who value - Courtesy, Safety and Kntered ns second-fin- !' mall mntter. I'liurFdny, - May 14, 1914. CLUB HATES. For the convenience of our subscribers, we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned : The Times and u Cincinnati Enquirer 1.00 1 00 Louisville Herald " Home and Farm 80 " Inland Farmer 80 Southern Agriculturist 80 Some people will continue to Beckham's supporters in boasting of his strength, call attention to the fact that lie Was indorsed by a majority of the Democratic members of the recent session of the Legislature. Just so, and so railroad bill kill whs the ed by the recent session of tho Legislature, as was also the s bill, the Finn railroad bilL, and all other legislation that was opposed by the L. & N. railroad. Let's see, Beckham is an L. & N. railroad lawyer too, isn't he? nnti-pas- Good Methods. Capital. Surplus. - -- - $25,000.00 6.000.00 25.00b.00 Shareholder Liability. ' Clay A City Quarter National of a Century in Clay City. Bank, CLAY CITY. KENTUCKY. Joe F. Bosworth, former State (iinicl, and so do many of the Senator and leader of the lidtf newspapers of the State do the same thing. They howl about the State debt and the loss of in surance. The only bad thing a bout the State debt is, it has not been used altogether as it should There is no need for vorry about a small State debt if the people can get the benefits. But we op pose the gobbling up of State We Are Showing the Latest funds as much as anyone. In the insurance business, we invite you to the companies' own report, which shows that the people of this State in the past twenty years have paid $70,000,000 for f 10,000,000 protection. If the people who insure had this kept by the companies, now placed in savings banks, we would have all the available founds necessary to care for our business, and declare dividend? ejach year to the insured. Insurance is nothing more than a system whereby we share each oth ers' riskB and supplyther cash' to reimburse those who suffer loss. yV.hy not the people organize and establish a savings system, and pay our losses from such fund? Auy bank will keep the funds 3iid pay us dollar for dollar with interest. Then why pay companies 70 cents to keep 40 cents of it (or us until we need it? $30,-000,00- strain at a gnat and swallow a 4 . We are Showing a Complete 'Line of Spring "Styles of CLOTHING. Spring Goods, Slippers, Etc. Call and see our Line and get our Prices. We can fit you in Complete Style Men's Clothing iand Hats AND at Low Cost. Lames vivas (Mods SHIMF iSSEL'S and Millinery. nThe wealth of John O. O. Mavo variously estimated to be be- Gjveen $10,000,000 and $20,000,-()60- . If it is only ten million, lie in worth more than the total assessed value of all the' lands and improvements of Johnson county-, where he lives, together with the five adjoining counties of Lawrence, Martin, Floyd, Magof-liand Morgan, the combined as Jessments of all at the binds and improvements in these six eouii-tiebeing but $I),G20,542. If ho should bo worth the twenty millions, he can buy, nt its assessed value, all the lauds and improvements of all the coal producing Counties where his holdings lay, including his own lands. The study of these figures and Mr. Mttyo's wealth present two conclusions, one of them being that if ho is worth what he is said to be, all the other pooplo in these counties tiro very poor, or else the lauds are nssessed nt only about one. tenth of their real value. We arc inclined to think that the latter conditions prevail and the State authorities should look u little better after the of such valuable mineral lands and make them share their burden of taxation and heln to relievo the State's financial stress. n s Mrs. J. W. Williams. Starck Pianos No Money inAdvanoe KEEPS YOUR HOME FRESH ?XLEAN urn 30 auteed Fa ol ory PrioeH Eon! cmAi ToriitH LoweaiNet Sntislnc" (Ion Grnii Saving ol SlOO to P. A. STARCK PRESlDf NT $2001'na From lory Direct DAYS' FREE TRIAL Combination Pneumatic Sweeper cleans without raising dust, and at the same time picks up pins, lint, ravelings, etc., in ONE OPERATION. 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CO.. u- -' To every purchaser of Starck Pianos, we give free musio lessons, lo one of the best known school. In Chicago. These lessons you borne, can take in your by mail. This represents one year's free Instruction. SteinWay Chlckerinz Kimball , Starck , second-han- 92.00 90.00 95.00 198.00 wonderful Instruments, ami will be pleased with tho very low prices at which they can be secured. Piano Send today for our new beautifully Illustrated piano leek Free on Send for our latest complete lurgalQ list. book which gives you a large amount of lu formation regarding pianos. This book will Interest and nlease vou. W(ti-tnH,- v V. A. STARCK PIANO CO., 1384 Siarok Illd., CniCAGfV ret THE A HOME-MADE TIMES. PAl'Elt. May 14; 101-- THURSDAY, . JX)OAL BltKVlTIES. Mrs. Myrtlo Kurulicr, who tins been iittendiii; 'school at St. Hel ens, has returned home'. The first examination for white teadiers of I'owell eountv will be held at Sttmtoii the coming Friday and Saturday. Saturday was an unusual cool day and frost for the night was Hartwell, returned Saturday to freely predicted, but it remained Winchester. After a short visit with her mother, Mrs. Barnes, cloudy and no frost appeared. she will return to her home in 'Siiiire John W. Swope, U. F. Miami, Tex. May and Charlie Irvin, all of the Child Cross? Feverish? Sick? A cross, peevish, listless child, Pilot View neighborhood, Clark county, were here Saturday buy- with coated tongue, pule, doesn't ing lumber for tobacco barns. sleep; eats sometimes veiy little, Their bills required 50,000 feet then again ravenously; stomach of lumber. sour; breath tend; pains in stom ach, with diarrhea; grinds teeth Keep Bowel Movement Regular. Dr. King's New Life Pills fctep while asleep, and starts up with ntbmaob, liver and kidneys inflieal-th- terror all suggest a Worm Killer condition. Rid the bpdy of something that expels worms, and poisons and waste. Improve your almost every child lias them. Worm Killer is needed. Get complexion by Hushing the liver a box today. Start at once. .You and kidneys. "I got more relief from one box of Dr. King's New won't have to coax, as Kickapoo Life Pillsthan any medicine I ever yorm Killer is a candy confection. tried," says C. E. Hatfield, of Chi- Expels the worms, the cau6eof your child's trouble. 2ac at your drug cago, 111. 25c ut your druggist. i y Kick-apo- o i ! Can't Eat? No Appetite? A treatment of Electric Bitters inE. Q. AlcGlone, of McUlone Hro?., was the siuest of his broth creases your appetite; stops you- - e.m eat everything. er, E. H. Mc(ilone and family in A real spring tonic for liver, kidClay City Sunday. Morehead M on n tin ueer. ney nnd etomuch troubles. Cleanses your whole system and you feel Not a single illiterate child was found 'in Earlingtou by the fine. Electric Hitters did more for school census just taken there Mr. T. D. Peeblu's stomach troubles This means that out of (loQ chil than any medicine he ever tried. drjn over 10 years old every one Get n bottlo today. 50c and 81 at your druggist Ad. can read. Bucklen's Arnica Salve for eczema. Mrs. II. II. Hoskins and son, Text Book Law Upheld. indi-gestio- n; Thomas D. Slattery, of Mays-villThe prova'ling cool weather i has been nominated for designated as blackberry 'winter States Marshal for Eastern Blackberries at least are in bloom, and tht bloom is very Kentucky. heavy. Indigestion? Wh in T Need of T 1 Build er s Hardware, Cabinet Mantles, Grates, Tiles, Cooking or Heating Go to or Write Stoves, In an opinion filed Monday, Judge Robert Stout, of the Frank- lin Circuit Court, upholds the constitutionality of the text book law passed by the last Legislature with the exception of Section 8 that.exenipts from its pro visions cities of the first, second, third and fourth class. The law as construef) is made applicable to the public schools of the en An anneal will be taken bv the book concerns on the ruling of Judge Stout. Coughed for Three Years. Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, tire State. Winchester, - Ky. ( ) "I am n lover of your godsend to humanitV and science. Your med icine, Dr. Ding's New Discovery, cured of my 1 cougli of three years standing," says Jennie Flemming, New Dover, Ohio. Have vou an annoying cougli? Is it stubborn Hardwick & Co.'s Spring and Summer Adv. UiBt. Adv and won't yield to treatment? Get at Come to Our Store And let us show you what we carry. a nice line of goods a 50c bottle of Dr. Kinc's New Discovery today. What it did for Jennie Flemming it will do for you, no matter bow stubborn or chronic a cough may be. It stops i cough and stops throat and lung trouble. Relief or money back. 50c and $1 at your druggist. Adv. Bucklen's Arnica Salve for pimples. GOODS. Our Spring and Summer Goods are now in. We want vou to see them and get our prices before making your purchases. We think can sat isfy your wants in everything, and know can save you money. If you are interested in saving money on your purchases, and have never dealt with us, we ask you to give us a chance to prove to you, as we have proven to our many customers, that we can give you more for your money than you can "High quality, low prices is our motto. We try to keep get elsewhere. as near as it is possible 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 "Bofton Favorite" Shoes for Women we have them in the latesl things in Oxfords and pumps in patent leathers, gunmetal, dull kid, regular kid and tans in doth and regular top buttons, lace, strap and plain pumps, also in the white button boots, or regular shoes, and all the above leathers in boots. "Walk-OveShoes for Men in the new and slaple styles in patent leathers, and tan, in button and lace Oxfords and regular Shoes. Hart, Schaff-ne- r & Marx and "The Matchless" brand Clothing for Men, "Aslor" brand Hats for Men and Boys, "Arrow" brand Men's Shirts and Collars. And see our lines of wool dress Goods, fancy and plain wash dress Goods, ginghams, percales, crepe and plain flouncings, net corset covers, dress trimmings, belts, umbrellas, parasols, silk and cotton hose and half hose, crochet cottons. Women's and Men's Neckwear, Women's, Misses' and Children's Hats, Women's and Men's Nainsook, cotton and knit Underwear, lace Curtains, wall paper, Carpets, Trunks, suit cases, Saddles, buggy and work Harness, Oliver chilled Plows, Oliver Cultivators, cook Stoves, the Bain Wagons and etc., and etc. We are selling Cotton's King flour at $2.80 per hundred or 70c for 25 lbs., every sack guaranteed. Sugar, 20 lbs. for $1.00, $4.75 per hundred, and roasled coffee, 18c per pound. r" gun-met- al ready-to-wear Our tock of Dry (Joods, Notion1, Subscribe JfcBhe Times. - Groceries, Hardware, Clothing, Shoes and etc. w replete with Variety, Style and Quality. THIS COMBINED WITH OUR TREES! STRAWBERRY PLANTS Fruit and Shade, Shrubs, Aspar agus, drape Vines, Roses, Peonies, Phlox, etc. E cry thine for ORCHARD, NO AGENTS LAWN and QARUEN. FREE CATAI.OQS Low Prices Make it to your interest to give us a good share of ti. F. HUlentneyer& Sons, Lexington, Ky. Since 1841. your trade. We strive to please our customers be- "4 cause we knew satisfied customers are our best assets. OA PIT A U STOCK. SI 00,000 'JOO.(HM) 8UKPI.US AND UN DIVIDED PROFITS, ;j a Yours to please, I" Winchester Bank, n OV WlNCIIHTKH. H7 the WALDM & r JOHNSON, E Kt. ........ Cahiiikii. ir... . It. Sl'UAII, a I 3 V. Waltersville, Ky. YOUR ACCOUNTS SOMOITKU i-- 4 Hardwick & Co., Stanton. Www a v& i's i'i ,v.' Vi t'A " st Vixs.r. The POPULAR POLISHES Black, Tan and White VVHTI 10c The F. F. D alley Co- - Ltd. Buffalo, N. Y. Hamilton. ont, SHOE POLISHES mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmKmamcM i Nirxg'sH . ' Rosslyn. i it STANTON NEWS. Continued from or .Miililliitown, ()., Olio licrc on a few (lays' visit. J.tiUL-- , pn.-se- first Page, d .Inlin I!Hi(lks tlirnujih tor was in his happy veii .Tlul en much. Ixtc Tucsiljiv on his way to Jack- - turtnincd the audience very beautiMrs. Kate Itoliannan sang a Mill. ful song that left a tender feeling .Mr. J. I Martin, of Cat creek, vibrating in the hearts of her heariio lias liceii very ill for some ers. The other songs and duets added much to the evening's entune, is not thought to lie joyment. The editor of this paper and The regular meeting was the writer understand each other on Cat creek last Sunday perfectly as to our (inferences l.v the Kev. V. K. Harding, of Mr. Stanley, and we.thouglit Winchester. a friendly exchange of views Miss Nettie Martin returned would be of mutual benelit to all. hotno Sunday from u few days The writer believes that the visit to her cousin, Miss Nora ereatest question before the Martin, of Stanton. of Kentucky, and for that matter the United States, is the William Martin, Everett Mar liquor question. All other questin, Abb Welch and Elmer tions are of minor importance attended meeting at the when compared to what this Cat creek church Sunday. traflic is doing.' I, is a curse to A. M. Lowe, our hustling merour country, ruining our noblest chant, made n business trip to boys and girls, making drunkards Cincinnati, Louisville, and other of our splendid men and women, important points Inst 'week. lilling our country with crime He v. L. F. Martin has moved and poverty, misery and sufferinto our little town and will ing, crowding our jails and penisoon give us a lecture on the tentiaries, insane asylums, pautroubles in Mexico, of which he per institutions, orphan homes can give some very interesting and charitable organizations, personal experiences. making widows out of wives, or phans out of children, fiends out SPOUT SPRING. of fathers, murderers out of its W. L. Uyrd was in Irvine Mon- victims, drunken sots out of its debauching patrons, politics, day on business. judges, lawyers, statesmen, peo- Several attended Sunday school everywhere, nnd corrupting at the school house last Sunday. it comes in contact Earnest Barnes, of Winches-tor- , with. It is the best friend of the is visiting his uncle, J. N. criminal, the school, of the gamJturgher. bler, the instructor of vice and Misses Laura and Rosa McKin-ne- crime, the cause of almost all We have just received a full line visited Miss Verna Hanks The citizens of Spout Spring of women's rust proof corsets in last. Thursday night. are trying to get a bridge across different styles at 81 00, 81 50 and There will lie preaching at the river at Lilly's Ferry. We 2 00. Every one guaruntetd. Mrs. J, W. Williams. Jackson's Chapel next Sunday. hope they will succeed in their We hope to see a large crowd attempt, for we need a bridge a- - Old newspapers. at this out. cross there-anit. will be a lot of omue. Miss Verna Hanks entertained help to the people. a crowd last Thursday night at Dave Snowden has moved from the homo of her sister, Mrs. W. Winchester to his farm near here L. Byrd. nnlVIv twllffVAa 1tk.nm.llm. for Mtlt. to reside. Davy looks somewhat cIm, Neuralgia, llckrhe, Headache inP "Uncle" Bill Harrison died at thin anil pale from city life, but nav. inr acna in anr Dart ox m vwj fifteen inlnutra time. the home of his son, James Har- .we opino lie will regain his robust our, uruggm, rrtcaaunpla aad.ac niMat aa Yt9 dmlu ROURBON REMEDY COMPANY. rison, Saturday, May 1), and was appearance after a few weeks of Lexington. Kk 342 Eatt Main St.. buried on Calloway's creek fresh air, sunshine, and exercise. con-ilui-t- peo-pi- e . Der-u-kso- n murders ami crime committed. The saloon and the brothel go hand and hand, and lures their victim to her ruin. Tho liquor trallic has its fangs in politics, it selects the rulers of our nation, the governors of bur states, the officials of our cities, towns, counties, the judges upon the bench and members of tlie'Court of Ap peals must bow to its power. It curses our laws, good government, pure citizenship and everything high and noblest to man kind. If there is any other ques tion so important, so vital, so terrible, so crushjiig, so destroy- ing, so damnable, and so power ful as this question, the writer does not know what is is. Too long have we se,nt men to our Legislatures and Congresses that have ignored this question. We have suffered this evil to get too much power upon politics and government, add now the battle will be a hard one. to win The people are aroused and the liquor traflic must go. Kentucky today is about? to thro.v its shackles oil' from our beloved St ite, and we call upon all edi tors, citizens, churches, institu tions that stand for a better Ken tucky, to join in this battle. When you have conquered this enemy, then yotr have solved many of the other great problems that are before you. When you have a liberty freed people, clean men at. the helm of State and government who are not sold out to the liquor traflic, then you will get men who will solve these other questions right. 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It has benefited thousands and thousands of weak, ailing women in its past half century of wonderful success, and it will do the same for you. You can't make a mistake in taking out-doo- r ILook, Look!! lMm if EXPERIENCE MH,.l.4,l4.4,4.4.j.t The train of business is 'rolling down the space of time. Economv is worth its weight in Gold. We have on hand a general line of Merchandise to offer to the trade. Wo Us OVER OK YEARS' Cardui The Woman's Tonic Has Helped Thousands. D D 9) m) BW. la. HADE MAIIKS i- - your call, and see in stock to sell. Our prices and quality of goods will meet your clioice in selection. Come on with your orders; one will be milllci3iit proof to convince you of the matter that we will treat you right in all dealings In business transactions. Dollars Mved in buy. ing youi goods from us. Listen to these prices : One No. 7 Stove, complete, SI 1.50. One set of Buggy $1:2.50; best head rice, full supp'y, per lb., 8c; tin ask you to come in our store, give we have akelrh and description ma; qiltcklr ascertain o ir opinion free whether au Invention la probably patentable, HANDBOOK on Patent, aunt free, oldest aaener for aecurliifr patenta. rntents taken throuah Mumi A Co. receive tprefcil node, without charge, in tho Anyone lenAIng CopyniaHTS Ac. Designs Miss Amelia Wilson, R. F..D. No. 4, Alma, Ark., says: "I think Cardui is the greatest medicine on earth, for women. Before I began to take Cardui, I was so weak and nervous, and had such awful dizzy spells and a poor appetite. Now I feel as well and as strong as I ever did, and can eat most anything." Begin taking Cardui today. Sold by all dealers. just what Scientific American. cirhandmmelf UlnMrated weetfy culation of any aclentllln tonriial. Terms, 3 a yenn four moiitlia, fl. boU tyIt via wad eater. MUNN & Co.30,B'd-'-Ne- w York Draucn Office. C5 F 8U Washington. D. U A 9) (E ' r nr ',i liar-nes- s, t 4- - ware, full outfit from ,1c to Iflu per piece. Coffee, per lb, 2 lb. lots, H5c. Boys' Hals, one dollar value now going at ?fic us long' as tbey ure on stock. Men's Hats, u full line of them, 31 to $2 50. Simpson Calico, per yd., (iic, (JlnghutiiH, 10c yd., liOe Dress Linen now on sale at 25c. 1'leuse make us u visit and see these things with your own eye, then you can see cleaily all what we ure telling y.m Good paint guarantees your house against decay, just as good insurance guarantees you against loss by fire. "Any old" paint is no more safe than "any old" insurance. You want sound insurance and -(f i " ! Ml Hanna's Green Seal Paint If you know about paint, look at the formula on every can of Green Seal. It is tho perfect formula for a smooth, elastic, durable paint. rwn dale, til TOOT! TOOT! TOOT! on time. Make baste, train is A. M, Lowe & no., ROSSLYN'S 4fii BUSY BEE STORE. Eaton & rVTcGuirc, Glay Gity, ICy. Atkinson c Iiylc, Stanton.