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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): May 21, 1914 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1914 cla1914052101_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 21, 1914 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1914 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CLAY CITY TIMES $1.00 a Year In Advance. We are here to help Clay City, the Scrroon Jing Country and Ourselves. I. R. Burgher, Publisher. VOL. XIX. Must flalntain the Lower Rate. CLAY CITY. K.Y., THURSDAY MAY 'J), J9M. NO. 21 been visiting at the homo of Mr and Mrs. M. A. Plullip, return ed to their home last. Saturday Lucilo Todd returned with then, and will spend the summer in Louisville with her parents. Mr. A. T. Stewart was in Lex ington four days last week where he underwent a very serious op eration in having a growth re moved from his nose. Dr. Mc Clure said it was the most diffi cult operat ion of that kind ho haV ever performed. Mr. Stewart is all right now. The writer was over on Gray'.. Branch and Indian creek this week. He started a Sunday School at tho school house oc Gray's Branch. While there ho discovered the versatile and in teresting writer of the Gray's Branch news. He is a very pleasant man to meet and a fine The llailroail Commissioners of Kentucky and the government are having it up one side and town the other with the L. fc N. railroad, with the Commissioners nhend so far. Tho sum aud substance of tho case i the L. & N. a few years a. go gave nineteen distilleries Frankfort, Lexington, county, and etc., a special rate on grain to keep them from prosecuting a case against them for excessive rates. Small' r shippers of grain demanded a like concession of rates, and carried their cases to the Kentucky Railroad Commission, which ordered the same rate to all shippers. The L. & N. then raised their rate to the original high prices, whereupon the fight before the Commission was resumed, wiMi the result that the low-e- r rate was ordered by the Commission, and the difference between tho rightful charges and the exorbitant charges collected be paid the shippers, Tho difference so far is more than $80,000.00. This is hard on the railroads but good for the people. The L. & N. railroad says the reason it gave the distilleries a lower rate than other grain dealers was to encourage the manufacture of liquor. Well, Well, we are thusly informed that the L. & N. railroad and the distiller- ies.have formed a combination- As Beckham is ana., oc a. rail road lawyer at Frankfort, .vhere the case is pending, we can not help but wonder how the gifted sons of temperance enjoyed his part of the merger with the big distilleries, if his duties were to help in its formation. An-dorso- The Right Mnn. Why not Come to Clay City. STANTON NEWS. Tho people of this portion of is scarcely a day that There tho daily papers of Lexington tho district are eager to see some Mr. Clifton Chancy made a bus and Winchester do not give an good man in the race for Con- inesstrip toWinchester this week account of some hold-uor rob gress other, than Mr. Oantrill. Mr. Koss Hall made a business bery; some day 8 two or more Judge Benton, of Winchester, trip to Lexington one day this burglaries are perpetrated in one has been "mentioned us a probaweek. or both of these cities. Homes ble candidate, and we would be J. H. Uardwick, of Winchesare entered in day and night, glad to see him in the ring, but hfts decided uot to en- ter, was a visitor to our town most frequently at night while the Judge p ii . Postmaster's Mistake. got notice from the Kausas City, Mo., postmaster to discontinue the paper to one of our valued subscribers there, stating that he had moved and left no address. This proved to be not true, for in due time came a from I his very subscriber for not getting his paper. Post masters frequently make such mistakes. They should be more r.areful. Because a paper cauuot bq. delivered the day 5t is received is no sign that the addressee has moved. People sometimes go visiting for a week or two. Hotter wait a while before having all. their valuable periodicals discontinued. A A few weeks ago we paid-in-ad-va- com-nlni- And 'TIs True. It is reported that there is a strouz MMitiment in the Seventh Congressional District against the. renniitination of Congressman .1. i Cunt rill. From near, ly every county in the district there are reports of dissatisfaction from the Democrats, andev-ein his home county of ocott, it is said that ull that is necessary to give him the race of his hfo is opposition. The n Madi-wiuiai- i. We are selling the new Royal SowA line son was born this-- morn-niing Machine, prices from -- 0.00 to Mr, aud Mrs. Will Adams up. 10 year guaranty. Mrs. J. W. Williams. of this city. and who has been as thoroughly tested a3 mqrtal man can be test ed, and that mnn is none other than Claude M. Thomas, of Paris, former State Senator from the counties of Montgomery, Clark and Bourbon. During his term of office, not pne word of corruptness was heard of him, and as much cauno.fr be said of some oth er prominent members of the Legislature about that time. Mr. Thomas is not yet a candi date, but there are thousands of Democrats over the district that are uigiug htm to become a candidate. The are not for him for the sole season that they are against Mr;Cautrill, but they are lor mm Because lie is a man of integrity dhd real worth. They want him in Congress for the Nearly Bleeds to Death. good theyxknby he can and will Kelly Bowman, son do for his caurltty and his party. of Mr. C. Bowman near this city, Mr. ThomaV jWas at Stanton last Friday while running a chick- Wednesdayviinc; in this city a en, fell and struck a wrist on a short whileHhjs morning. He is piece of glass, badly cutting his unusuallV stftnir.in this countv. .arnxandsoveringan artery which hind wthB'Tiii&cOHfidently " be bled profusely. Dr. Martin was lieves lie wil be able to pull hastily summoned and got there more than of the Dem barely in tjme to save the lad's ocratic Vote in the primary this life. All efforts by home folks fall, if he can be induced to beto stop the How of blood by cord- come a candidate. ing his arm failed to slop the A Certain Improvement. stream of blood. Senator Bradlej says he will not be a candidate for The Use of Whitewash. Hard drinking has killed many to the U. S. Senate. This means otherwise good men, the richest a certain improvement in Kenas well as poorest. The people tucky's representation in the upshould be put wise on facts that per branch of our National Conothers may uot be entrapped in gress, as neither Democrats or a like manner. Newspapers Republicans are apt to find a less shield the mighty rich, but use deserving man to fill the place. very plain languago on the poor. The first real growing weather Money makes it often read "heart of the season is upon us. The failure", while poverty brands it ground, in fact, is, for the first us "hard drinking." time, dry enough to stir in all Edgar Shearer, late of Minne places. While rain fell abun apolis, Minn., is visiting his par dantly less than ten days ago, ents, Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Shearer. pessimists are already declaring Edgar will leave the last of tho that a serious drouth is upon us. week for Oiuci.nnati, where he Raymond Knox, Dillard Doug has employment in the future las, aud other Montgomery counwith the National Candy Com- ty fellows are camping on the pany. river aud enjoying the sports of Carl Hall received a lick on fishing and fox huuting. the forehead yesterday afternoon T. G. White and little sons, while using a crobar about Brod- - Gilbert and Beverly, visited Cin mill, cutting a cinnati this week and took in the painful gash, which was sewed many sights of the Queen city. up by Dr. Martin. W. B. Newkirk, of Tupelo, Miss., is here on a visit to his The little son of C. .1. Winkler, day operator at father, J. T Newkirk, who conthe depot, got a finger so entail- - tinues very ill. gled aud injured in u lawu mowLeonard Matherly, of Log Ick, er as to necessitate amputation. spent a few days with his brothGarfield Webb, of Oldtown, er, Rev. D. 11. Matherly, of this Greenup county, has returned place. home after a pleasant visit with Teddy and his smile are with his sister, Mrs. D. II. Matherly. us ugain. bo are his boosters. po-lic- all are asleep, things ransacked, and every piece of valuable jewelry and cash taken. Some days good citizens are caught out in secluded places aud held up and relieved of their cash. The situation has become alarming, and so far the olllccrs have been unable to check the depredations in either city or county. Moral : If you want to live in a good county where you can sleep if your conscience is clear undisturbed by burglars, or from the fear of burglars the whole night through, come to Clay City or Powell county. There are not two cases of even ordinary theft reported to the of Clay City in twelve months, and we can't remember now of a single one in the past two years. Yes, you can't beat Clay City and Powell county in the way of honesty and morals, if there is more wealth to be found elsewhere. e ld ter, and withstand for tho nomi- this week. nation for another term of Cir- Mrs. MollieLaw, of Lexinston, cnit Judge. ; There is a man who is visiting her brother, Win. Hard is as true to' the people as steel, wick, this week. two-thir- head-Garrett- 's Gve-year-o- g Shoes for all the fam- ily at Williams'. Mr. Til ford Aimer has sold his lot where his housoburnea down to Mr. Dunn, his neighbor. Major Blackburn is some bet ter aud able to sit out doors, but is not able to walk any yet. Mrs. Azora Parker arrived Fri day from Bedford, O., to visit her sister, Mrs. Alicia Derthick. Mr. and Mrj. Ben Throckmor talker. ton, of J ickson, were visiting Prof. M. V. Roberts, of Hazel their parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. A Green, will preach at the ChrisPhillips Sunday. tian church this coming Sunday. Mr. aud Mrs. Bob Holder had The writer has known Pi of. Robthe misfortune to lose their baby erts for about fourteen years and this week. It only lived twenty lie is a splendid man and one ot minutes after being born. our coming preachers. His fath Miss Alice Creed has returned er who lives in Owsley county if from several weeks' visit to her one of the best known pioneer sister and other relatives in preachers of Eastern Kentucky Everybody is cordially invited tu Clark and Fayette counties. hear Prof. Roberts. Mrs. Wm. Johnson has returnFasmers are quite busy now ed from a visit to Whitley coun ty, where she went to see her getting in their crops. The raino have hindered them verv..iitluch s daughter and other relatives. Mrs: Effle Smith 'lla's'beetf quite may usually ure au wiifj. sick for several days but is a wiiui' time of the year. Up on the round again. Grandma Faulk north fork of Red River aud on uer is confined to her bed now. Indian Creek the writer noticed Miss Hallie Knox, daughter of that they were ahead of us for Harve Knox, of Levee, is visiting some farmers were working out at the home of Dr. Johnsou. Her their corn for the first time many friends were glad to see Gardens look better up then than around here. her again. Quite a number from out of Mrs. Susie Jones returned to her home in Montgomery county town are coming in aud fixing up last week and was accompanied their plot in the cemetery. It by her sister, Sara Uardwick, would be a splendid thing if ev Wo who will spend the summer there. erybody would do this. could have oue of the pretties Dr. J. E. Lemming went toMt. cemeteries in the State if UnSterling Monday to attend coun- people would only take a littie We under more ty court. He reports a small stand interest in it. been quite that there has crowd present as farmers are a bit of inouey raised in the past, very busy at this seasou of the for to fix up and beautify th cemetery but it was misapproprt year. ated for baseball purposes aud tin Mrs. D. R. Clark is visiting persons who got that money re her daughter, Mrs. Myrtice Con-le- fuse to turn it over. There wa: of Walnut Grove, in Fayette about $75, so the writer has beer county this week. Miss Anna is informed, that was raised to ueo on the cemetery. the housekeeper during her abWhile some bovs were at work sence. raking up rubbish to burn oi. Banford Gillie went over on Ross Hall's place they found a Uardwick's creek to see his fath skeleton of a man who had been er, Hiram GilLc, who was strick- dead for some time. The hogt. eaten en with a stroke of apoploxy. He had bones, all the flesh off Iron so it was impossible the was barely alive last Sunday to identify him that way. Sonu night. clothes were near by and a pair the Prof. Shearer did not return to of shoes. In one of heel coat pock protector ots was found a his work-astated last week, but for a shoo. It is remembered by will stay around here for another some of the citizens ot Stanton week aud then go to Philadel that a colored man was seen on phia, where he will preach the our streets last winter that had a heel protector in his pocket which coining year. , was liko the one found. Ho wat Mr. William Scott made a bus a crazy man but harmless. While iness trip to Winchester last in town soino boys took him ove minding am' weok. While working on Koss to the Coll eye as he was nbou. warmed him up, Hall's place this week hu caught to freeze. Then several chippeti two of the largest mud turtles in and gave him something to oa; seen in theso parts for many a and he went on his way. Thai was tho last ever heard of him day. So it is probable that tlie skel Mrs. Anna Todd and two chil- ton found was that of th colored dren from Louisville, who have man. - andbeyaVe15erc e, s THE MiliM-riptio- and that tho rural credit banks should follow tho establishment of the new currency system of regional banks now PUHLISIIKP i:VKIS1 TIll'ltSllAl. established so that the rural credit banks can be made to lit tat" 81 :i ycnr or three into and harmonize with the reyears in ikIviuicc g;i. gional banks. TIMES. way Love may be blind, but it can make its victims see a lot of beauty that doesn't exist. be-in- g Huerta wears glasses, and re ports say that he aNo empties them. flow's This? We oiler one hundred dollar.-- reward for uny case of catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh F. J. Cheney & Co., Cure. Toledo, 0. We, the undersigned, have known F. 'J. Cheney for the past 1i years, and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and linanei.tlly able to carry out any obligations made by his firm. Walding, Kinnan & Marvin. Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Testimeni lis sent free. Price 7") cents per bottle. Sold by all druggists. Take Hall's Family Pills The Clay City National Wants the business of all who value .1- - E. lJurflhcr. sei,oiul-t,lii."ti hililisher. mnil mutter. KntiTi'd a Thursday, --- May 21, MM. Another nf the mysteries of life is whv a girl will 3tick a patch of court plaster on her face and call it beauty spot. Courtesy, Safety and Good Methods. Capital, Surplus. Shareholders' - A lady correspondent wants to know what kind of a face powThe public is now in such a der to use. Wo prefer lemon state of mind, that it is not sur- llavor. prised at anything that happens m Mexico. One tiling is certain, anil that is that Hu&rtu will not ho the ruler of Mexico for many more days. Huerta has been sustained and supported largely ly tho JJoma-- ' Catholic church, and as General Vila has intimated that he expects to hanj: vei v Catholic priest and bishop We Are Showing the Latest that is left when he takes the t!ity of Mexico, and as it appears that Villa will bo able to capture Mexico City in a short time, it will be seen that Huert.i and his Catholic machine are in a desperate situation. The threat on the part of (Jenci al Villa against the Catholic difrnitaries is reported in the dispatches as being based on the fact that the Catholic church has furnished many millions of dollars to tho Huerta CLUB KATES. For tht? convenience of our sub "cnlicrs, wehav- - i.rranged cluh rates with tho following papers at prices helnvv mentioned : The 'I'imks and " Cincinnati Enquirer 1.00 " Louisville Herald 1 00 " Home and Farm SO " Inland Farmer SO It would help a lot if the Administration would also put uu embargo on false reports to and from Mexico. A correspondent wants to know what is a long ton of coal. We don't know. We ulways get a short one. $25,000.00 6,000.00 25.000.00 Liability. Clay A City Quarter of National a Century in Clay City. Bank, CLAY CITY, KENTUCKY. " Southern Agrieultiirift SO 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 I en's Clothing and Hat s AND 4; aJ ii a I M i Hit tijkn n at Low Cost. that the Catholic priests and ops in Mexico have bish- kept the working classes in ignorance and poverty so that the few could own the many as help, less slaves. All the revolution- desinedh ists are particularly bitter against the priests and bishops, very much like the French peasants were when they brought, on the great French revolution of 17SS) in which they hung a priest on one side of a lamp post and a feudal lord or nobleman on the other side, holding both equally lesponsible for tho poverty and misery existing ut that lime in France. Mexico is much like France in 17S!, sull'erinu from the hame identical causes, thecorrup. lion and rottenness of the church and state. Ladies' Dress Goods SHIMFESSEL'S and Millinery. Mr So j W Willia ms. farck Pianos No Money in Adviiuoe Sutinfuc-tio- n antees tl Guar- LowoHtNet Factory I'ricoH E nh President Wihon and the Dem- ocratic leaders in Congress have linally reached an agreement i.s regards the program of legisla fimi .it this sefsiou of Congress. Il is now agreed that us soon a. a bill repealing the free toils bo limes a law, Congress is then to pass the administration bills ihicI tho usual appropriations and then go homo and repair i heir political leuces. President Wilson was particularly anxious that a bill should be passed estub lishiug hank of farm ci adits but it is reali.ed by all that the prolonged (lebuu mi the Panama Canal tolls .mil the unforeseen developments in the Mexican situation han rendered it impisi-hlfor Congre. to enrr out the lull desire of the President However, the farm credit oi ru-- , ml credit hill will havu the nalit id way whrn Culture It is even ar-- j n'Xt ,ued by otne that it is better! that th program should' run this anti-trust e uu-ets- KEEPS YOUR HOME FRESH 2 CLEAN TorniH Sn vi u P A. STARCK PftCSIOfNT SlOO to OO S2 Kroiu Kuc-lor- i oh t A oi y Direct Combination Pneumatic Sweeper 'TMHS Swiftly-Sweepin- home, Nn cash payment required. 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Scudder and family have been the guests of hi? sister, Mrs. Collins at Clay City. . . Dr. A. G. Knox, or Clay City, was here one day last week. The Ma'disonian. USE HOPE MILLS FLOUR Talking About Flour Have vou ever tried tln PEAHI. brand? Xo. 1'nil not to fry it at t opportunity if you would know what a good llour really 1!M. LOOA j Tlio Rev. B ItEV IT IKS. Judge Mann was in Lexington lust Thursday on Horn, Wednesday, May lit, to Mr. anil Mrs. Win. Mount, Jr., a son. Harry Russell has bought the liomi' of t!e Hev. Clius. G. Munn lor $:!.")(). Mrs. Mary Editli Daniel, of Juckson, visited relatives in the city over Sunday. made which loth. Carl Garrett visited his Ike Harnett, living near this George Coulee, near city, lost a very valuable hore a lJichinond last week. few days ago from the ell'ects of eating Mrs Ann E. Burnett, of Clark getting choked while is visiting the home of shelled oats and corn. This is eoutity, her ton, W. P. Harnett, near the second horse to die in the neighborhood of the Walters' the city. Ferry bridge from getting clinkThe Court; of Appeals has held ed on shelled oats, the other one s that newspaper populurily being the property ot J. N. Hur- are not lotteries within the gher, mention of which was made nieuuing of the law. in these columns last week. The Irvine Sun and the Cainp-to- n Don't fail to see the Courier are agitating the revival of the Mountain Press As- nice line of Shoes sociation. We hope to see it a go. brother-in-law, con-test- Mis Rohbins, one of the mat- indigestion? Can't Uat? No Appetite? A treatment of Electric Bitters inrons of the Orphunage, was takcreases your appetite; stops en to Highland hospital in Urea-thi- tt ; you can eat everything. ootinty Monday for an opA real spring tonic for liver, kideration on a linger which has ney and stomach troubles. Clean been causing considerable ses your whole syMem and you feel fine. Electric Hitters did more for Of the 1,487 applications for Mr. T. D. Peeblc's stomach troubleConfederate pensions, 110 have than any medicine he ever tried. died since the pension law went Get a bottle todav. .Vic anil SI at into ell'ect in June, 11)12, accord- your druggist Adv. ing to records in the ollice of Bucklen's Arnica Salve for eczema. Commissioner W. J.Stone. WarDeath ot Mrs. Wright. rants aggregating .floO.OOO are Mrs. Frank Wright died in this being drawn for the May districity Friday and was buried in bution of Confederate pensions, the local ceineterv Sa urdav afon the will be imli-pestio- n - i. We also maki- - the PEERLESS SELF-RISIN- G FLOUR. If your grocer hasn't it ask li'm to get it for you. With it bread inukiug will he easy. Made by J. ANDREW CAIN, Versailles, Ky. 2 When in Need of ternoon, funeral services lirst being conducted at the home by the Kev. Judge Mann. She leaves, a child besides her husband. Mrs. Wright before marriage was a Miss Hutchinson, (laughter of 'Squire mid Mr. F. M. Hutchinson, of this city, and a sister to Mrs. James Bloom, also of this city. Coughed for Three Years. Builder's Hardware, Cabinet Mantles, Grates, Tiles, 2 5) ( ) ( ) $ Cooking or Heating Go to or Write Stoves, (s ) "I am a lover of your godsend toj humanity and science. Your med-1 at Williams'. Dr. Martin reports the birth of Child Cross? Feverish? Sick? a girl to Mr. and Mrs. Vernon A cross, peevish, listless child, Hutchinson, Saturday, the 16, and also a girl to Mr. and Mrs. with coated tongue, pale, doesn't sleep; eats sometimes veiy little, Clint Rose on the 17th. then again ravenously ; stomach Keep Bowel Movement Regular. sour; breath fetid; j(uins in stomDr. King's New Life Pills ktep ach, with diarrhea; grinds teeth stoniuuli, liver and kidneys in heal- while asleep, and starts up with thy condition. liid the body of terror all suggest a Worm Killer poisons and wimte, Iuiprovo your something that expels worms, and complexion by flushing the liver almost every child has them. and kidneys. "I got uioie relief Worm Killer is needed. Get Don't fail to free our laces and from one box of Dr. King's New a box today. Mart at once. You Life Pills) than any medicine 1 ever won't have to- - coax, as Kickapoo embroideries. Mrs. J. W. Williams tried." says C. E. Hatfield, of Chi- Worm Killer is a candv confection. cago, HI. -" "t your druggist. Expels the worms the cause of your Adv. child's trouble. 25e at your drug-gisSubscribe for the Times. Adv Kiek-apo- o '- Dr. Ding's New Discovery, mv cough of three years standing," eavs Jennie Flemming, of New Dover, Ohio. Ilavexou an annoving cough? Is it stubborn and won't ield to treatment? Get a 50c bottle of Dr King's New Discovery today. What it did for' Jennie Flemming it wlil do for jou. no matter how stubborn of chroie a cough may be. It stop." i cough and stops throat and lung trouble. Relief or money back. 50e and 81 at your drngiit. Adv. Bucklen's Arnicu Salve for pimples icine, cured (m Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, S ( ) Winchester, - Ky. t. TREES! STRAWBERRY PLANTS Hardwick & Co.'s Spring and Summer Fruit and hade, Shrubs, Asparagus, drape Vines, Roses, Peonies, Phlox, etc. Come to Our Stor And let us show you what wo a Jv U ORCHARD, NO AG EN fS try thing fur LAWN und GARDEN. PREE CATALOGS GOODS. I Our Spring and Summer Goods ate now in. We want you to see them and get our prices before making your purchases. We think can satIf you are isfy your wants in everything, and know can save you money. interesled 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 cuslomcrs, that we can give you more for your money than you can "High quality, low prices" is our motto. Wc 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. "Qyecn Quality" and "Boston we have them in the latcA thing in Oxfords Favorite" Shoes for Women and pumps in patent leathers, gunmctal, dull kid, regular kid and tans in cloth and regular lop 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 slaple Styles in patent leathers, I (art. Sclialf-ne- r and tan, in button and lace Oxfords and regular Shirs. & 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 Mats, Women's and Men's Nainsook, cotton and knit bnderwear, 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 Colton's King flour at $2.80 per hundred or 70c for 25 lbs., every sack guaranteed, bugar. 10 lbs. for $1.00, $4.75 per hundred, and roasted coffee, 16c per pound. gun-metready-to-we- nice line of'goods H. F. HiIIenmeyer& Sons, Lexington, Ky. Nurserymen Since 1841. carry. Our stock of Dry Gool, Notions, Groceries, Hardware, Clothing, Shoes and etc. is replete with 15 OA PITA T.. STOCK. D1VIUUU SUOO.OOO 2 :! h HUKl'LUHANllUN- Variety, Style and Quality. THIS COMWNEI) WITH OUR IMiOFlTS. OO.OOO Tim WJNCJ! KSTI5R BANK. Ol' WlNUllHTEH, ;3 '4 3 K. l'ur.H. X.Hoiav Vitiii:hhi'oon, W. It. Wen ah, S jj Low Prices Make it to your interest to give us a good share of Oahhihii. :J VOITK AUOOUNTS KOMU1TKI) Jjj your trade; We strive to please our customers be- OVER OR YEARS' cause we know satisfied customer are our bent EXPERIENCE Yours to please, A Trade Marks ntnn BAnildiM qiitcklr tuctrulu o ir opinion tree whether u Infinitum U irlblr pateiiiahla. Cuimiiuiilfn. lioiuiiHctlrciiUdwiitlal. HANDBOOK on raieuui uiit free. tli1tit auaiic? for securiti tfMcLtlnotlct, without charge, tuUo WALDRON & JOHNSON, Ky. lu.Diiira A. aklh Mini rittaerlntlfm ma DESIGNS Waltersville, &m hn1ninalr llltrt4l weaklr. Ijimaat clr. dilation ot any otntUo louruul, Terms, f 3 a l four ftJoniu,i, BOJUbjrtli nwaeur. A Scientific Jhnericati. I i i Hardwick & Co., Stanton. MUNN&C0 38,B'..dNeWYnr(( Va Gray's Branch. l, Mr. Alvin Martin has.got done That is what and beta-- r half, were the pleas- planting corn. Jasper McDaniel and family, guests at T. (J. Morehead's poke greens does for such fellows. (nun near Nadu, were of the ant Sunday. .... Ihrnnt nf n ffnnev' "Uncle' Robert Martin is. at cluirch irut congregation the wnrm i. n .ictrov Mr. llatton, of near Lexington, much better this week. He Mindav. tiic ciiifV- ii(r. a nui n Mrs. John ;vCr tps In t!io ilrlnilmt water visited Jiis mother, brother, Alvin, Tuesday. .lames Iirewer, son of Win. CURES and Meadows, from Saturday until Middle-rowHrcwcr, left Monday for John White took in a bride PREVENTS GAPES Monday. ml Ohio, where lie will work .... left for MiddletownTudsdav. white diarrhoea, roup, cholera liLKWT? T. A. Ogden is treating his We wish Mr. White success in Kft'PSSW'' ,.ni other ciu. aieao tins summer. house with a new metal his venture. One GOc Bottle of j Mrs. Win. Crow and Mrs. Win. store roof this week, which will be a n. Jackson, the travel-- 1 Mr. j Bowen, of Lombard, were visitureal iniprovemeinent. ing salesman of Lexington Dry Makos 12 Gallons of Medicine. inc Sunday at the homo of Mr. Jas. Huberts visited his par-elit- Goods IlOUSe AlOIlUay dropped Evcry pou,try r3er t.li.mld keep a bollle ol Kalur at Dunn camps on Edwards J. A. Roberts at Hazard, off in our place and sold Mranch. Lexington, REM EOT COUPM, BOURBON t. Ky., a few days the past, week, preacher a nice bil! of goods Uenry Brown, who has been bought a pair of mules while Mr. Albert Martin will go to staying some months with his and clerking for A, M- Lowe cc Co., Wm. li rower, left there. e nope Mr. Mr. Tom Gentry, of Cannel in a few davs. . last week for Montgomery county, where he will work the com-mi- City, .moved into one of W. I). Martin will make many plensant Woodford's houses last week and acipiaintances in his new posi summer. wili work on the farm for Mr. tion. Hev. Paul Derthick, of StanWoodford. Come out to hear Rev, L itf.EvuNi'irri.mIII four... 1....I1R? t Ulrinr It tf ' ton, who was with us awhile the I IB 7f rt Ml Llr. :a rntMl.t. Martin peak of hi travels John McPherson and wife will other week, came back Saturday, V.U.I Id ll lir ITnt. l f I. through the world next Thursday e a a d It e CoorM preaching that night and Sunday. return to their home in Clay T. AV njta- - vmttiw.. inn jn night r ??V4 night, first part, and I'riday tHlil.... While here, lie put the linishing City this week from Waintown, nltnrl'..iiFtrnlliJtnnl. nr manual lfalola iMilMI. Sunday school, Ind.. where they have been visit- second part. Mr. Martin has been touches to our JMp1 Si.l Trim 8amni.r"jKohool T"" Jan. ' starting it out in fine shape the ing the former's daughter. Mrs. in all States of the Tinted States- r.,.!.;... except four; three times in Jat o tCnA,nBt VrrMrn, most important factor for good Kosa Smith. pan; two times 111 the Philip-- j Buck-hur- t, hi the community. Noble W. ft. Woodford wa here last times, lately moved in, was chos- week and sold about i0 acres piiies; once in Aluska;two Cuba; and Iras just returned en Superintendont and leader of more of his farm here to Mrs. in He look his cajn-- , from Mexico. the Bible class, and Mesdames James Wallis, of Lexington, for era with him oft most of these Hobt. Hale and Ewinu Whitaker t ko ...... Mrc vv.illw inns and lias auout .hiu views teachers of the other classes. bought the place for her parents, from an inn s of the world, and' pruniT'i.yolitalnctl iCNOPEE. .Bro. Derthick will probably vis- Mr. and .Mrs. Smitson, also of lie has iIckIkI to give the public 1 TRADEMARXS.f ' 'n't'j tr iCMrtKl. I'lnitfi. tor rlie height oi his travels bv show- FRCE REPORT oil I? I'n iu;irnct- it us monthly. . i' I i Iw exulniely. OA1 Lexington. Mr. Snntson has tak- 1111: tne picrures 111 me size n ri in hi 2 tnls In ....!.., SSLL .UkM IhioVc TO patents, en possession and will have a the eaiivn-- . and explaining each ' a en HO ,7 ... ..OQTAIN hi tt't.i. Virden. iii.oniution. as shown. He has many M p.tvnt law anil ct nice dwelling built at once. .1. one corruptness of the Mr..Sam Johnson was in D. Snowden has the contract of views on the Catholic church, which will be H on business. PATEMT the building. lie will "X 303 Seventh St., LAWYERS. D. C, shown Friday night. Vashington, Mr. Saturday morn-urKillis Ware attended leave this place for Grayson county, a Cathochurch at Clay City Sunday. Rosslyn. lic den, where he hopes to accomSire. Sara and Mary Combs visMr. Geo. P. Burke is working plish much goody vith his word ited Mrs. 0. C. Curtis Tuesday. of warning to those who love hard 'this week. Christ and Hie "kjapdotn above J. O. Everman and wife visited Obo Lowe left Monday for the Pope and his kiirgdom. Now parts unknown. the writer has talked with Mr. dav. Mexfco. This John V. Martin is Martin all about money to gain "Uncle" trip has cost him Mrs. Sam Johnson went to I):ivul LuiuImiw uml 6nn, Mar-imthe fanners will finish this Week. made . Uvinp trip to Win- J. M. Kverman. O. C. Curtis hester Saturday. Planting corn is the- order of Prince . Wilburn left Monday . ...i ne wiuvn-gag-.. the day here this week. Most of tor wiiicnesier, wnere i. ...ill e in the dairy business. ' Farm Drain file Alake Your Wet H.v l.nnd Productive. DBOP I Ht lsiot c- - 1 I Bourbon Poultry Cure pro.luetivt (iood tile. propmv iilueeo. not only carries 011 SMrnin water, it rfduiils air to the soil and makes it easy to work. It improves any soil. The niereaee in the value of the land i iiuiny (j,n,, the cost of the tile. Tile firM year's crop from tiled land pHya for it. Any body can do the work successfully. Write fur particulars or call at our plant. pv field into on the use of drniii tile you cat turn t tint low, wet, useless, swiun your farm, the most the'""! I 3 1 Kcnln-iir 1 -. TwHiDli-nliln- . Sm-mfnutlbT-ttaJlptll- Red River Brick & Tile Company, STANTON' KKNTUCK son-in-la- - k f-- I j I r the Lamp Oil that Saves Eyes this by ecttlnc the oil that burni clear and clean without a Dicker down to the last drop, rnnnsylvunla crude oil refined to perfection. Co.ts no moro than the inferior tanlcwagon oils saves MONEY saves WOUK saves eves. Your dt.iler has B0LITE Oil. In barrels, direct from our works. Nnthlni? U more lmnnrtftnt in the home than clour, kteudy light. Iimiro Chas. C. Stoll Oi! Co. Lex-ingto- u T & 00. Lexington, Ky. Ueflnery at Warren. Pa. We sell tho celebrated "HoCarb" Auto OIL g very sick at this writing. Lexington Tuesday to visit relaMr. A. M.'Lowe is trying to put tives there. out a car of ties this week. Mrs. Sudie Sharp and baby, of Mr. liverett Hall is visiting his vStainping Ground, Ky., returned brother, T. C. Hall this week. home. Saturday after a week's A. M. Lowe cV Co. Tuesday visit with her parents, Mr. and f),oHl lbs. of Pride Hour. Mrs. C. 0. Curtis. t lLook, The train just what ...4.4.4....A'."4.J.4.4 i tLook! t'don,t V this knowledge and"?his life has been in many perils." Let us. turn owt these two nidits for it will of Discouraging lie good for. us, because our eyes After Four Years have not litan open on many Conditions, Mrs. Bullock Gave thiuns, so you take our advice on certuinly this 'matter. You will Up in Despair. Husband be more than paid for your troucoining out to hear this ble of Came to Rescue. man lecture on this great subject. If is important to J;now these things. - HUSBAND RESCUED DESPAIRING WIFE I had gotten so weak I I could not stand, and gave up in despair. I At last, my husband got me a bottle of Cardul, the woman's tonic, and menced taking it. com- From the very first dose, I could tell it was helping me. I can now walk two miles without its Is When you want Shffls, 5ot wiliiams' letter tiring me, and am doing all my work." If you are all run down from womanly from this place, Mrs. Bcttie Bullock troubles, don't give up In despair. Try writes as follows: "1 suffered for four years, with womanly troubles, and during Cardul, the woman's tonic. It has helped this time, 1 could only sit up for a little more than a million women, in its 50 Catron, Ky. In an interesting of business is rolling down the space of time. Economy is worth its weight in Gold. We have on hand rs..i.it r.V" tr.. a general line of Merchandise to offer to the trade. We ask yon to come in our store, give us your call, and sec we have in stock to ell. Our 'prices and . mtecn uuouifi lime. luapu ft nnitnttnM ua cireiur wni o nrMFnY rnMPANY. Uxlngton. . 342 East Main St.. lieva IDT ache in anr .11..!.. ..It.... ni..... tt.n Mnri Mn,. II.M.IrliA anil ...i.n...n. I.apIt cut If It f&lls tO ft- - I of tbe'WJr inl ' while, and could not walk anywhere at years of continuous success, and should all. At times, I would have severe pains surely help you, too. Your druggist has sold Cardui for years, fie knows what The doctor was called In, and his treat- it will do. Ask him. He will recomment relieved me for a while, but I was mend it. Begin taking Cardui today. in my left side. soon confined to my bed again. After that, nothing seemed to do me any good. Chatunooga Mflkrlne Co.; Udl?s-AJuor- y Dept.. Ct'atunouza. lenn., for iblvciut book, Hous liatructions en your case and 1 rcatmctil tor Women." ent In pUin wrupiiar. Write to: Ky qualibibb x t ity of goods will meet your choice in selection. Come on with your orders; one will be sulIlcUnt proof to convince you of the matter that we will treat you right in all dealings In business transaction". Dollars enved in buyListen to these prices : One ing youi goods from us. No. ? Stove, complete, Sll. 50. One set of Baggy Harness, $12 50; best head rice, full supp'y, per lb., 8Jc; tin tj b. nki bv taw jbi Jti What you want in paint is ono that flows freely from tho brush, that spreads evenly, but has enough body to stay spread. You can shut your eyes and tell from the feel of the brush, as you paint, that I -- ware, full outfit from 5c to lfic per piece. Colfee, pur lb. lb. lots, lCc. Hoys' Hats, one dollar value now going at 7.1c us long us they are on stock. Men's Hats, a full line of them, 81 to i CO. Simpson Calico, per yd., Me, (Jhighuius, Ulc yd., COc Dress Linen now on sale at 25c. PIoiim' niuke us u visit und see these things with your own yc, then you can see clearly all what we are telling y.ui TOOT! TOOT! TOOT! Make haste, train U about. on tune. .f-- ' I j- - "'M'! Hanna's Green Seal Paint is smooth, elastic and tenacious. You can feel it cling to tho wood, and in after years you can see it cling. full-bodied- ,, A. M. Lowe & Ho., ROSSLYN'S BUSY BEE STORE. There ft no secret about making good, durable paint. The formula is on every can of the Green Seal Taint. FOR SLE BY ,j..j..fr..:...:..:..'r' Eaton & IVIcGuirc, Glay Gity, Ky. At kinson Ss Ly!e, Stanton, ILMJ II II UIJIIJI IB