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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): May 28, 1914 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1914 cla1914052801_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 28, 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. G 1 THE CLAY CRT TIMES. SI. 00 a Year in Advance. We arc here to help Clay Cily. tie SorronnJing Country and Ourselves. .1. P.. Burgher, 1'nbJKshtr. VOL. XIX. The Truth of it. CLAY CITY. Bridge "Almost Sure. Unless the unexpected happens, there will he a bridge at the mouth of Lulbcgrud creek between Clark and Estill counties before another winter. The bridge will not cost to exceed $8,000, of which amount Clark county will pay, in proportion to the voters she has with Estill, and this will be at least the total or $2,000, Estill will have to pay the other or $1,000. Citizens of Espromoting the bridge, have till, $1,100 raised by subscription and the county has already appropriated $500, making a total of $1, 000 available for the bridge aud approach. The remainder of this $1,000, after putting in the bridge, will be used to help build a turnpike from the bridge to Spout Spring, which is less than two miles. When this pike and bridge are completed, there will then be only about ten miles of pike lacking between Winchester and Irvine, and a little over four mMes from Clay City to Winchester. When the pike is built to Spout Spring, it will be completed on to Clay City without delay, because the people in this section know how In do things. two-thirone-thir- K. THURSDAY MAY' 28. J9M. NO. T2. tiive us a Modern Account. In an address to the member? of the General Assembly, Ruby Lall'oon, among other strange ar guments says : "Kentucky has ample ground to prove that the Companies have no idea of reducing rate? until compelled to, no matter what the Ins; ratio maybe or lias been. We beg to call your attention to ihe htatement of receipts and losses in 22 cities and towns of the State which includes all towns hich are paying over $50,000 00 per annum in premiums. This list of towns yields over two thirds of. the premium income of the State and we desire to call your attention to the premiums received by all Companies and the amounts paid out for losses together with the excess of pre nmims over losses all for the ten years ending December 81, . 1913." The 22 cities losses. show the pay- ment of $83,009,893 00 and the receipt of $10,999,744 00 paid in The remaining $10,100, com- H9 00 being retained by the '.eresrorliseofthe - v panies for keeping our money and returning a little more than half of it to us when we happen to have a lire. The banks would dothe same thing and pay us in- A Flour of Merit. money, Htfrdnckereor:a1tbnieft; returning dollar for dollar. chants, have cortected prices in their ad this week. It will pay Highly Prized Heirloom. you to investigate the same. Our editor has found and has Among other things we notice bought the old grandfather clock they are selling Crown tlour at William ?nly $2 CO per hundred. Crown of his Lilly. He found it at Winches tlour is made by the Mt. Sterling ttr in the hands of Mr. J. II. mills and is their first patent Hour. Dawson who sold it to him. It It should be remembered that is a very old clock, but is in a this mill contributed liberally to pretty fair state of preservation, the Waliersville bridge fund as lie is having it done over. This did many other Mt. Sterling busclock is prized very highly by iness men and deserves to sell a good par"t of the tlour in this him. county, for this reason aside from His great grandfather William the superior quality of the Hour Lilly, settled in Clark county at this mill puts out. Lilly's ferry- - in. the early years E. Q. McGlone, of Morehead, of the State, and his farm has has been with his brother, E. B. never passed from the family. It is now ownud by J. Hi Crow McGlone, a few days this week. and brothers who are also children of William Lilly. ttTTT'i iTho Madisonian.. great-granafathe- r, The saying often goes to the effect that to learn the home news you must go. away from home. Our attention has been called to an article in a Bluegrass paper which does tjic mountain people a great injustice. The article appears to have been written by a Not former luountaincer. of the benighted conditions mentioned in this article are to be found in the mountains of today, nor in the past thirty years. Some of tlie older inhabitants tell us 6omn of these conditions, such as cooking on the open fire, did exist fifty years ago, but similar'conditions those days existed in all parts of the United States, becapse there were very few stoves .made. Our grandfathers also had to use the candle because fcoal oil was yet undiscovered. Togivesuihan ancient description of the mountains is unfair. We suggest ,that some young native mountaineer writer of the Bluegrass give a description of modern life" iu the mountains. We mountaineers are not f one-third of inspection. There are none better than we have rjght hero Mrs. J. A.'Noland bus return- and they are guaranteed to ed home from Middletown, please. Ohio. Mrs. Martha Derfhiek and two Miss Minnie Coulee is visiting children, and Mrs. Aswra Parker her friends iu Winchester this of Ohio, made a pleasure trip to Natural Bripce Tuesday of this week. week. The latter also accompanMrs. Robert Baker and little ied the writer on his trip toZach-aria- h son were visiting at Nada this last Saturday, where he week. held services and organized a Sunday School for them. Mrs. Han Milton, of WinchesA letter from John Campbell ter, was calling on her friends says that he is "way back up in last week. Breathitt county now and feeli Mrs. Robert Blackburn is vis- lonesome without knowing about, iting her son, Colsou, in Louis- the doings of Stanton. So I have ville this week. decided to subscribe for the Clay Miss Miua Jones, of Hat ton City Times and then I can rend Creek, is visiting her sister, Mrs. the Stanton columns and find out almost as much about Stanton as II. 11. Morris. if I lived there." John took the Ephriam Hatton, of Hattou teachers' examination at Jackson Creek, has been very sick this and expects to teach the comim: past week of tvphoid fever. year. STANTON NEWS. one-hal- so bail oil' as some wo'uld have our neighbors believe. Tri' Visit (lid Home. h of Phoenix, Arizona, have signi fied their intention of returning to Kentucky about July 1st for an extended visit. They formerly lived at "Peaceful Valley" near Clay City, the old Vaughn homestead, which upon their removal to Arizona about fourteen years ago, passed out of their hands. They have been very prosperous in their new home but long to Many again. sec Kentucky friends and relatives will give them a most welcome greeting Winchester Democrat. Will Soon Want Name Changed. A postoflice has been established in Estill county by the name great-gran- d Mountain Supts. Headed Off. School Superintendent .1. K. Luuter is a buy man these days, and is being besieged daily by I We Offer ' You Safety, before however, j eyes,sack of mailand delivered the at lirst is ofCantrill. The people of Estill always were able to stand great endurance and much imposition. They are opening their Cantrill, travelers representing the printers. text-book v.iri-op- t I , s f Absolute and the Careful. , Com tonus Consider- ation of your Business Wants. J T i wo wager there will be a petition circulated to either discontinue the ollice or change its name to Thomas. That two senatorial candidates will have to be named iu tho primary, as well as the election, is the opinion of Assistant Attorney Genearl M. M. Logan. Political gossip still centers on ). M. Camden as the leading candidate for On Monday he by nine was called on Tues- representatives; day, eleven more showed up, and t on Wednesday another nineteen dropped in, 'making a total of thirty-ninto call in three days. 1 Winchester Sun. X e offer Can any Bank You more? r Mrs. Hoyt Russell is visiting 2 Jut bister, Mrs. Harry Shattuck, ur'Rowliug Green. Little Miss Mary Charles Loving went with 4 All of which is a Margin of her )o visit her relatives a!so. 1 Safety for Your Funds on i Mrsv Loving will join Tier little r LCpOSll I1CIC. daughter at Howling Green in ) INTEREST PAID ON TIME the visit in a few weeks. -$25,000.00 Capital. Surplus and profits over 10,000,00 Shareholders' liability, 25,000.00 the appointment. Mrs. L. M. Sickles, of Portsmouth, Ohio, is visiting her brother, E. N. Wilson, of this city, and Mrs, W. II. Fowler, of Portsmouth, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Wilson. al-s- o t Albert Skidmore was up to Robert Conlee's horse got Campton Junction last week iu frightened at llomulus Jackson' mule colt and breaking loose from the interest of bis business. the hitching post, tore down tho Miss Edna Morris and Kath- main street of town at lightning leen Morton visited their grand- speed. It was remarkable the parents over Saturday and Sun- way the horse and buggy passed day. through the narrow stretch between the fence of Dr. Johuson'a Mrs. Mollie Law returned to her and the, row. qf treses vyjtjiqut. tearing the buggy all to pieces. In by her niece, Miss Anna Hard-wicturning the corner of Dr. Johnson's fence the buggy turned over Miss Ethel Morton, who has and threw the horse and several been at Jackson for several men ran up and caught it. The months, returned home last buggy was badly damaged aud the horse badly bruised up. A week. few minutes later the same horse Mrs. Lucy Jackson is visiting broke loose again by himself and her many friends in Winchester ran to the depot and took up the and Louisville for the next three railroad track till he came to the or four weeks. fence which stopped hi in. Mr. David Sublet, who is clerk Last week there was a largo at the Beaumont Hotel iu Haz- quauity of whisky brought iuto ard, callled on Miss Kathleen our town. Two of our citizens Morton Sunday. went to Winchester with empty suit cases and brought it in. It. Rev. J. C. Hanley filled his Nada Sunday. He is a self evident fact that when will preach at Campton Junction ever these two men go to they go for that purpose, this coming Sunday. The last Legislature passed .i Rev. W. W. Strickland, who is very severe act and imposes a preachins up in the White Oak heavy penalty on anyono bring conntry in Morgan county, made iug whiskey into a local option a trip to Stanton during last county. The writer has interweek. viewed a number of our citizenn and they said that they would Rev. J. C. llaulcy is having a iu seeing that these cellar dug under his house. This men were brought beforo tho law. will be a great improvement. lie will also install a furnace for If the law is enforced on tin? whiskey question, and if the next winter. citizen will stand together as ;i Mrs. D. It Clark returned homo man and see that everybody whl Saturday. She had been visiting goes to another town and bring her daughter, Mrs. Myrtico Cou- in whiskey is punished, we can lee, for several days at Walnut stop this illegal bringing in of Grove, in Fayette county. whiskoy. Every citizen in Stanton ought to stand together ami Mrs. J. O. Hanley and Mrs. see that no whiskey is brought Mary Throckmorton were shopillcgaly into our town. It is for ping in Lexington last week. Mrs. their own interest, especially if Throckmorton returned to her they have any boys iu their on home iu Jackson Satur home. day. AVin-Cheste- DEPOSITS. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. French, of Levee, spent Saturday and Sunday with their relatives, Mr. and Mrs.'lt.'L. Tipton, rlenr this city. We are helling the new Royal Sew- Clay City National I a. Bank, CLAY CITY. KENTUCKY. Member Federtl Rewrve Buk Syrian the United Sute. Owen Patrick, of Kimbrell, left yesterday morning to attend tho commencement exercises at Asbury College, Wilmnre. Mr. Patrick was a former student of that College, Rev. M. V. Roberts, of Hazel Green, preached last Sunday at tho Christian church. All who heard him were more than pleas- ed. He will return for the fourth Sunday iu June. - ing .Machiie, prices from t;'ii.OO up. 10 year guaranty. Mrs. J. W. Williams J i( Shoss for ily at Williams'. all the fam Sewell, of Jackson, were- down ver Sunday on their usual trip Wo are selling Crown flour at (JO per hundred, or 05c for 25 lus., Monarch Hour at (2 40 per hundred, or COc for 25 lt8., every sack guaranteed to give satisfaction or money refunded this is Kentucky flour. Sugar 20 lbs. for Messrs. Mich Crane and Ben or 84 75 per hundred, rousted cofTce-12J$2 tl c per poupd. Ilardwick & Company, Stunt n. THE l'lllI.ISIIKP viIiM-rijUio- TIMES. KVEItY THURSDAY. riiti-fS- l a ypnr or three veiirs in ndviuice . S'-J- .1. U. liur(Iicr..l'ubHshcr. t'cond-cliis- Knterrd ns s mnil nintter. rimrsday, May 28, 1!)14. ' . CLUIJ RATES. For tliu coiiveniuncu of our we have i.rrangeil clul rates with tile following l:iers at prices Mow mentioned : The 'I'ljins.iiid " Cincinnati Enquirer 11.00 1 00 " Louiwville Herald 8Q " Home and Farm sub--Tiber- s, " Southern " Inland Farmer 80 - Aurieulturist- SO 4 r The people of Powell and Estill counties have every reason to be proud of their hij: sister r utility of (Jlark. A fen years a. no when this county, wanted a bridge ncros Lulliegrud creek between this county and Clark, the tioble ollicers of our neighbor responded instmtlv witj) s the cost as t fie law provides. The funds of Powell being very .short, Judge Evans, r inquire John V. Swope, and good citizens of Olark county, went down into their pockets' and helped disz up the cash to pay for the necessary to get the bridge on the Powell side. Clark couuty friends also nave about !f:00of the 51,100 raised by private subscription for the Valters' Perry bridge two miles souttli of this city. Ntiw that our twin j!is,terEs; tv till co'untv, wants a 4rulge between Estill and Clark counties on . Ped' river; and EstiH, like Powell, being in very poor linan- ciaj conditio-'- , has started a sub. , scription fund to help pay Estill's . partt and build a pike as far into as possible, Clark county i "Estill .citizens. have como to their and contributed to the Estill county fund over ifTiUO. These Clark county boys are generous, and progressive fellows, the grand old county rwtih ; ind liec one hundred thousand dollars ' sufuly stacked awuy in the bank, always ready to help us more Mian half way to get over into her bo'rders for social and busi- j uess purposes. 11 ,Ve thank you, boys, for that Jiitlo (to you) $300 .donation, and .we trust that this $300 so freely I 'given, may bring you $.",00,000 ni tr,ade betoro the passing of just a few years. It makes us fee giodd to know that wo have "friends null 'neighbors with the ' viU'uiid chinks to help us out ii) '"time-o- f need. 'Witt ediftir of the Times has i written the above because wo feel every word we have said. " Wo were reared at Spout Spring, near the bridge site. Tho bridge will personally benejit us but little now, but it will benefit our neighbors. The bridge will be just below Lulbegrtid ureek from Powelj, and w ill bo otViireat t to tho western portion of this couuty. , three-fourthoth-toright-of-way -- In 'otjier words, why "Rob IV'ter to pay Paul"'? The property, in fact, is far worse than worthless. It robs poor people of food and clothing because father must buy the cursed stull to prevent these millions of dollars from being iost millions of dolI;irs invested in There are the liquor industry many good men in that business solely for the profits to be hud and not because they have criminal instincts. It is just as reasonable to blame, the decent-mein the trade with the evils' fol lowing the abuse of liquor as it would be to condemn the entire ministry because one or comparatively few members of that profession commit heinous crimes. Winchester Sun. The whiskey people, as the Sun says, have the property. It should remember, however, that this nronerty is totally worthless,. and its worlhlessness was known to the owners when it was procured by the whiskey people. Now why ) should IheseJ holders of property be allowed to sell it to other people, when other n valuu-ble(?- from those who now hold a lot of, notions and financially nbleto carry any obligations made by his worthless property. In the anni- of the whiskey business rn'' W'nldlnR. Kinnan fc Mnrvhi. dilation Wholesale Druggist, Toledo, O. there must be a monetary loss to Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken e those who have grown fut from bare living of the poor, In j ternally, acting directly upon the IlllS lOSS IIK5 IUOI llllllllivn Willi iut system. all blood and mucous surfaces of tho Testimonials sent free. Price 75 cents por bottle. SoUl by drugginis. Take Hall's Family Fills for poor in this will overoaianco tne loss of the whiskey rich ten fold, Let the trailic stop instantly and the loss will fall just where it should fall. Tlu"lriers will then be getting"otily a small tuste of their own 'medicine. Though none of them will stare at the poverty that millions of oUiers have had to do Hint they liiight lie made rich. ;BBBvse hope mills flour I r i Talking About Flour -- Have von ever tried tho I'EAKI. brand? No. Fail not to try it ul the first opportunity if you woulil know what ii good flour really in. We aJso make the PEERLESS SELF-RISIN- G How's This? We offer one hundred dollars for any case of catarrh that eunnot be cured by Hall's Catarrh F. J. Cheney '& Co., Cure. Toledo o. have undersi igned, We. the known F. J. Cheney for the past lfi years, and believe him perfectly honorable in all business trans- - FLOUR. If your grocer hasn't it nek Iimii to get it for you. With it bread' making will t5e easy. Made by j ANDREW CAIN, Versailles; Ky. We Are Showing the Latest Spring Styles of V W are Showing a Complete Line of Men's Clothing: and CLOTHING, Spring Goods, Slippers, Etc. Call and ,see our Line and get our Prices'. Hats AND M '.'I r - We. can fit you in Complete Style at Low Cost. Ladies' Dress (rtfods and Millinery. Mrs. J. W. Williams. KEEPS YOUR HOME FRESH CLEAN P' A. STAflCK rRESIOINT res-cu- e SHIMFESSEL'S )'s ( arck Piagi " No Mouoy in Ad vu nee (ion CowoHtNet 1' 11 at o r y SnliHtno" iuur- -' u u ( o o ll kV r i o o h TorniH uamiiHi A Saviuii SI OO Si! OO 'rom to u! -ly Ifnb-ior- Direct . We will alilp you n beautiful Ktnri'U l'lnno for 30 iluys free trlul. In inui' home. No;c08li rciiulreU. All wn link la that you wljl play upon, umi und teat pjanu for 30 uuvh. If, at tlif cn.l of tlmt ilnif. you do iiot It tl.u nlglieit erade. pwocteat Jtonni nnd lluem pliuin In uvery way, tltat you tlnd ever Inivo seen for the money, you are at perfect liberty to send It back, und wo will. In that event, pay tin- freight both vvaya. Tills Hturck I'luno must inuke voot with you. 30 We- DAYS' FREE TRIAL V)"t - K? os Combination Pneumatic Sweeper'1 HpHIS DUNTLLY Sweeper cleans withqut raisinc dust, and at the same time picks' up pins, lint, ravclincs, etc., in K3NE OPERATION. Its ease makes sweeping a simple task quickly finished. It reaches even the most difficult places and eliminates the necessity y of rnovinc and lifting all heavy furniture. The Great Labor Saver of tlie.Homa-V.vt- xY home, htgtt or1 iiiuii, mi enjuy mici iri:ii wtivm uruugciy ana protection lryn Swiftly-Sweepinff, Eaky-Runni- ne Save SI50.00 ,or More illrtct t you fivni cdr lictory, at prlcei tliatMlvujou tinwardtof I1SO.00 la Vie iniiranlw to funilili cost of )lar pUuo. 30U a Uttvr piiiKinr.tliu inoney tlun you can tlirvihtTe. You pre asunvl of rclvlni a utltfjctory iwc.t toiuJ durable liljli Eruik piano. 25-Ye- ar Easy Payments You pay no tush iloni, but after 30 day: of trial, ou can bjflii pajinrnt on the low-tit- , raaieit ternu eitr nisifritnl by a plan.. nuuufaciuiYr, Theni trrini are arrangi-tu ult your eonvinlrnec, and It l posaihle for u to buy a piano for your homo, without ben-(fi- nllnif thi' (nnnry, Prohibitions favoring liiuno diato elimination of the whiskey industry, and who claim they arc moved purely by u desire for justice and moral advancement for humuuity, show u sorry lack of justice and equity (and without these virtues one u surely immoral) bocauso'they would in one full swoop confiscate the property and rights of those who have people, liku thuni, do not need t. Guarantee StarcU ataroK Player-Pian- Kvrry- (fiiiranttfil tut 25 riuiio U 2nd-Ha- nd Bargains Duntley Is the Pioneer of Vttcumallc Sweepers Hat the combination of the Pneumatic Suction Noilcaud '1UU iruaruntu! hm 3d year of planu, FiptTlntcft aru tlt reputation of mi rtvponslble piano Itontei- - )(ar, latL ' and uconU'banil ftaiulard lnakc (lunjco tor uw revolving linikli. very eauly operated ami absolutely Ruar. amccu. in uuymg a vacuum way not give the "Duntley" a trial in your home at our expense? Write today tor lull particulars 130 To Free Music Lessons planoa of all iaUn In ex itart'k Planoa aitf) PUyerPfanoa. Tho follow-Int- f are a few umple baruilns. Ijrer nuinlvr ul lli;lilly tie luio ruiiitaulljfton'Linil fifty purchaser oi fittrrk I'l.noj, we file free liiullo lisunl, J11 oil .of the belt Luowu acbooll la Chleavo. Tha.c Uion you rau take to your own koine, by mail, 'rhli , rfjfw one ytar'l free in.truttlon. ' UUMLUV l'KUnATIC SWtilil'lik CO.. 6501 S. Mate St., Chicago. AdENTS WANTED Weber JM Steiaway Chickering Kimball Starck ".. .),, .;$HO.oo 02.40 00.0D Scarlk I'ljyir l Unoa'an' the beit and tnoit beaut I e fut I'laytr I'ianoa You will be de market. HxhUil with the tuauy ei cluslre fiaturta of thrai wonderful ln ruiniiita, and will be uleaanl with thi' yery law prln-- ( at wlilch lur ran ue arcureu. Bend todjy foe. oummv beautifully llluitrtol piano look which glrra you a lartte amount of Infonna. ........ Piano Book Free 85.00 103.00 31 . Sciid forr6ur lateit conlrto avuMiuMiand' bargain llaf. V. A. STAUCK 1UANO CO., 1384 tlon rrifardlntf piano. TW .will 'interest ami pleae you. Write today Sturvk 1110(5., CniCAGfJ 3 THE' TIMES. A HOME-MADE Thomns Shimfcssel, who left Emin Eliin, the ellicient editor of the Oampton Courier, was the the county a few years ago, and of the Times has sinco been in Arizona, has returned for a brief stay with Wednesday. relatives. .las. G. Easter, of McKoberts, was in the citv the lust of the The Ladies' Aid of the Metho week visiting relatives and shak- dist church will give anico cream ing hands'with old friends. and strawberry supper at the church Decoration day, (SaturM. C. Wilson, of Levee, the day) afternoon and night. Every trader, was in the one invited. county the last of the week and bought several head of cattle. Keep Bowel Alovement Regular. Dr. King's New Life Pills ktep Bible study is held at the stomach, liver and kidneys in healChristian church every Wednes- thy condition. Rid the body of day night. Everyone is invited poisons and waste. Improve your to come and bring their Biblei complexion by flushing the liver pleasant guest PAPER. May 28, 19M. When in Need' of THURSDAY, , LOCAL BREVITIES. Builder's Hardware, Cabinet Mantles, Grates, Tiles, G. P. Douglas, of Levee, visit, ed relatives near here last week. Don'i fail to see our In res and embroideries. Mrs. J. W. Williams. well-know- n The Methodist church is being replastered and will be Shelby Martin visited relatives Cooking or Heating Go to or Write Stoves The ton Saturday night. Millard Coulee, of Montgomery mains were interred at county, was in the city the last of the week. After a brief illness Senator at Winchester the latter part of W. 0. Bradley died in Washingt lie week. re- and kidneys. from one box Life Pills than tried," says C. cago, 111. 25o Adv. "I got more relief of Dr. King's New any medicine I ever E. Hatfield, of Chi at your druggist. Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, Indigestion? CanU Eat? No Appetite? Miss Ethel Morton, of Stanton, A treatment of Electric Bitters invisited Mrs. Wm. Adams a few creases your appetite; stops indidays this week. gestion,; you can eat everything. A real spring tonic for liver, kidA. C. Barnes left Monday for Cleanwhither he orders ney and stomach troubles. Panola, ses your whole system and you feel the Times sent for the next few fine. Electric Bitters did mure for weeks. Mr.T. D.Peeble's stomach troubles F. G. Oonlee has notified us to than any medicine he ever tried. forward his paper to Mancelona, Get a bottle today. 50c and 81 at Mich, whither he is moving to your druggist. Adv. reside. Bucklen's Arnica Salve for eczema. I. J. Chase, of Levee, was in K. Jas. F. Clark, who has been with his brother, Dan Clark, at Livingston, for the past five months, lms returned to spend the summer with relatives in the coqnty. Mr. Clark has just recovered from a severe spell of sickness. Feverish? Sick? listless child, with coated' tongue, pale, doesn't sleep; eats sometimes veiy little, then again ravenously; stomach sour; breath fetid ; pains in stomach, with diurrhea; grinds teeth while asleep, and starts up with terror all suggest a Worm Killer something that expels worms, and almost every child has them. Kick-apo- o Worm Killer is needed. Get a box today. Start at once. You won't have to coax, as Kickapoo Worm Killer ia a candy confect ion. Expels the worms, the causeof your child s trouble. U5c at your drug gist. Adv Child Cross? Winchester, - Ky. A cross, peevish, I the city Monday buying lumber and gave the Times ofiice a pleasant call. When you want Shoes, don't forget Williams'. Hardwick & Co.'s Spring and Summer m 1 Gome to Our Store Anil let us show you what a nice line ofgoods we carry. i GOODS. MM Our stock of Dry Goods, Notion', Subscribe for the Times. Groceries, Hardware, Clothing, Shoos and etc is replete with TREES! STRAW BERRY PLANTS Variety, Style and Quality. THIS COMBINED WITH OUR Fruit and Shade, Shrubs, Aspar agus, tirapc Vines, Koses, Peonies, Phlox, etc. Everything for URCHAKU. NO AGENTS LAWN and GARDEN. FREE CATAI.OQS Low Prices Mak H. F. HiIIenmeyer& Sons, Lexington, Ky. Nurserymen Since 1841. VV it to your interest to give us a good share of 54 'tktf ; 1? your trade. We strive to please our customers be- - OA uutie we know nalisf led customer an mirbestHHsetH. PITATj stock, SUIU'LUS YNI UNDIVIDED PKOF1TH. THE 100,000 200.000 Yjjurs to please, E I WiNCiircsTisu Bask, WlNOIIMTKH. Kl. h C- jjj Ol J 3 ?J WALDRON j & JOHNSON, Ky. - N.1IOI.LY WlTIIKHHI'OOK, W. PlIKH, Our Spring and Summer Goods arc 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. 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. it is possible every thing that the people want, but of course can as near as not here call attention to every thing. Want you to know, however, that we are sole agents for the following lines. "Queen Quality" and "Boflon Favorite" Shoes for Women we have them in the latest things in Oxfords and pumps in patent leathers, gunmetal, dull kid, regular kid and tans in cloth and regular top buttons, lace, strap and plain pumps, also in the white button boots, or regular shoes, and all the above leathers in boots. 'Walk-Over- " Shoes for Men in the new and staple styles in patent leathers, Hart, Schalf-nc- r and tan, in button and lace Oxfords and regular Shoes. Matchless brand Clothing for Men, "Astor" brand & Marx and "The 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 Crown flour at $2.60 per hundred or 65c for 25 lbs.; Monarch flour at $2.40 per hundred, or 60c for 25 lbs.; every sack guaranteed this is Kentucky flour. Sugar, 20 lbs. for $1.00, $4.75 per hundred, and roasted coffee, 121c per pound. gun-met- al ready-to-we- It. SPHA.H, Uahiiikh. n Waltersville, jj U K YOUR AUOOUNTH KOLJCITHD SB Hardwick & Co., Stanton. J . .. ' 6. ""4 4 SHOE POLISHES Tan White Black the f. f. d alley Co, ltd. buffalo, K Y, Hamilton, ont. B2jjSmBHHHHHHHHHHHiH& 'ammmmmmmimmmmtmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmtmmmmmmmmmmammmr u SPOUT SPRING. Mrs. Moses McKinnoy, Mrs. llutlm McKinncy and Miss Laura McKinne.v spent Moiulny with 1 tends at Irvine. Asa and Lloyd Todd were to their mother, Mrs. Nannie McKinnoy, in (Jlnrk county lust ueek. Mrs. McKinnoy contin1 ues ver,y low. "Uncle" Hiram Hilly, aped 7f oars, died near here Wodnesafter an illness of Rurial at ureat siidering. Vaughn's Mill Christian church this afternoon with funeral services by the Jov. Judge 1.. K. Mann. )ay, May 27th, - working here nwhile, left. Monday for Heidelberg, in Leo county, to work for the Turkey Knot. Co. Ben Chandler; of Menefee, went with him, and others ore going. Thos. Heinrirh, a merchant of Mt. Sterling, has been here on a lishing vacation. He left Monday for home, the water getting too clear for anything like a good catch. He was the guest of Noble Buckhart while here and seemed to enjoy his outing very Don't fail to see the nice line of Shoes at Williams'. Gray's Branch. , Hot of a day, cool of a ninlit and dry here. Without inanysimis now for ji pood rain once more. Mrs. Millard Townsend is quite sick at hthis writing. More potatoes planted here than ever before in local history. Mrs. Brock Prever, matron of the hoarding house, was' on the sick list last- week. Church services were held by Kev. John Sons at the Dana daii Sunday afternoon, and (ieorne Means and wife were n.ipti.ed. The wife of Taulbee Howard was quite sick the past week and seems yet no better. They live down about the inouili of Indian Creek. William Ledford and wife, who live on South Fork over near Put-- ' sy, were in ibis section last week visiting friends and relatives. W. O. Catron, of I'omroyton, in Menefee, has been assisting in the store of II. G. Crabtree & Co., hero for the past week, lie will probably continue here for the summer. - Wc have jmt received a ' nieo The Ladies' Aid of tho Met church will give an ice cream line of Jacqnard waistlngs, Percales and strawberry Biipper ut the (Miivitits and Poplins. Mrs. J. W. Williams. .Mnkc Your Wet Land Productive. ehtfrch Decoration day, (Satur Hy the use of drain tile you 'em. night. Ev- day) afternoon and turn that low, wet, aseltrS, swamOVER OK YEARSerybody cordially invited. py Held Into the most productive EXPERIENCE Hood tile, spot on your farm. Hath county lands have been properly placed, not only carries oil Jill per cent, by the JStiti raised surplus water, it admits lur to the Hoard of Fqualixation. This is1 soil and makes it t'isv to work. tho highest raise of any county! It improve any soil. The tncience TriADE Marks In the value of the land if uuihy in the State. nroir.Ma tlllieo the cost of tbe tile. Tile Hot Copyrights Ac. nkplch and description An Trine pending One big dill'erence between nutcklr ascerttiht o ir opinion froe wlirtherrimy ,year' crop fro:a tiled land paya an lluerta and some other people is liiTcntlnn tt prnbntilj tintentjiMn, Cnnimuntm. fork. Any body eiui do the workwell. llHrtUUUUrt uiii niriin linilB niTICllJ liniUUVIU put emu. successfully. Write .for p.inioiCLMitfrro. Oldest fluency for I'ntpntfi taken tnroimli Mumi A Cu. recelTC that he does his drinking in pub lars or l at out plant. In a runaway near Fincastle in iptcial notice, without charge; In tbe lic. . Lee county the other day, Mrs. Scientific Jftnciicam 'Red River Brick & Tile At the same time, Huortahasj A hiridiomlr llltutrated weekly. inrrt clr. Thos. Shaekleford was thrown dilution of ntif elenllllo Journal. Terms. f a Admiral ronr: four month,, 1 Sold by nil newsdeiiler.. Company, from her horse and instantly not lired that'salute for MUNN & Co.30,B'oad"a"New York v. was Mayo. killed. Her maiden name K UNTUCK Y. Urancb omce. trii V SU Wa, htniton. U. C TANI"U' Amanda Smyth and she staid A woman's ideas of keeping a with her brother, Alfred Smyth, secret is to keep' it going. at Clay City for quite a while, GREASE DAN! EL BOONE The dove of peace had'better many years ago. She will be and her death regret- go armed these days. ted by many of your readers. We are selling 1Crown Hour at And don't $2 lit) per hundred, or O.ic for Coughed for Three Years. ... tJ.J tt ...... l have to grease .uonurcn umir ai "I am a lover of your godsend to IDS., hundred, or 00c for '.J.r. lbs., every but once a humanity and science. Your medsack guaranteed to give satisfaction icine, Dr. Ding's New Discovery, tills is week. money refunded cured iny cough of three years or v Hour. Sauar 20 lbs. for 81 standing," says Jennie Fleiuniing, 73 per hundred, roasted coffee Have you or of New Dover. Ohio. by CHAS. C. STOLL OIL CO. Lexington, Ky. ho-di- Farm Drain Tile J - - j VJSEm I'M .1 i ei-l- . i 1. ( j "we m AM . Ken-tuc- k l an annoying cough? Is it stubborn und won't yield to treatment? Get a 50c-- bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery today. What it did for Jennie Flcmming it will doforjou, no matter bow stubborn or chronic a cough may lie. It stops a cough and stops throat and lung trouble. Relief or money back. oUe and SI at your druggist. Adv. Hucklen's Arnica Salve for pimples. 121c per pound. Haidwick & Company, Made in Kentucky Stanton. South America hadn't offered its, services as mediator. It looks as if it is going to be a difficult matter to got moving pictures out ot the Mexican situ-atiou. 1 Many a man can .say thstt he would lm ve gone to the front if Mr ft . i i ! Saved Girl's Life "I want to tell you what wonderful benefit Black-Draught," 2 T ft ifi I have It has been now past two weeks since it rained, and we are getting very dry owini; to the continued hot weather which sot m Undache and lallj to all palm. Your ruonf 1 back If It tUo bod re. in at the time the dry weather lal 1, anr acha In anr cart ot . I teenminuiptumf. ... ' begau. 1 . NeuraUla.-llnckac- BE3 from the use of Thedford's writes Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky. "It certainly has no equal for la grippe, bad colds, liver and stomach troubles. I firmly believe Black-Draug- ht saved my little girl's life. When she 'had the measles, they went in on her, but one good dose of Thedford's Black-Draug- ht made them break out, and she has had no more trouble. I shall never ,be without The trouble with the insurance companies is they want us to salute their U.ig and the people of Kentucky are unwilling. V 32 nniiDRnM urupnY COMPANY. Ltnlnaton. Ky. East Main St., s lack-draugl l ht J. W. Wells, who bus Wo have just received a full line of women's rust proof corsets in different styles at 81 00, SI fit) and $i OU. Every one guaranteed. Mrs. J. W. Williams. been School for Teachers CurMalfliaf M jLook, Look! The train a of btn-ines- s lilU'kte. tkliowM ni Lilo Vftlbl lu of KvUtU' f Kixl Tour Cour "f. TiiltU'Q Fit meittftr All !'' I'u'it' R l flltrtrl i l. tinrtxlli4iMii, nw tioil,;. TWlt BM.nMllr1ol fiehool Bill Krw II tat !!! df Ir I AP in my home." For constipation, indigestion, headache, dizziness, malaria, chills and fever, biliousness, and all similar ailments, Thedford's Black-Draug- ht has proved itself a safe, reliable, gentle and valuable remedy. If you suffer from any of these complaints, fry Black-DraugIt is a medicine of known merit. Seventy-fiv- e years of splendid success proves its value. Good for young and old. For sale everywhere. Price 25 cents. n ul ht. ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft fl r mi. rlt. K..urlh Bn4THnoiirt Trui April 7. Summer ThM Term Jar Jau odi is rolling down the space of time. : Kwfc It is Cheaper to fcw Kuonoinv is worth its weight in (Sold. Wo have on hand t $ i trade. We ask you to come in our store, give us your call, and see just what we have in stock to sell. Oar prices and quality of goods will meet your choice in selection. Come on with your orders; one will be sulllcbnt proof to convince ou of the matter that e will treat you rigbt in all dealings In business transactions. Dollars sve.d in buyListen to these prices : One ing youi goods from us. No. 7 Stove, complete, $1,1. SO. One set of llaggy Hart ness, Jjil'J .r)0; head rice, full supp'y, per lb., 8&c; tin wure, full oatlit from 'k1 to Iflo per piece. Coffee, per lb. i lb. lots, hie. Hoys' Hals, one dollar value nqw ging at 7trtc as long us they are on stock. Men's Hats, a full line of them, SI to if i..10. Simpson Calico, per yd., ik (linghams, 10c yd., B0c Dress Linen now on sale at 23c, Please make us a visit and see these things with your own eye, then you can see clcaily all what we are telling y.m about, TOOT! TOUT! TOOT! Make haste, train is on tune. general line of Merchandise to offer to thn Itoi-- i C iwnriuiiujr. OiSK I jjjr ! airt insks. j , jWfU L?!3 Wy'Siy Js&A VA - n: ONE c' 'ken i! r.nJ iav , t )! In every home is Furniture that: looks fit only for the attic, or the wood shed. Simply get u can of HANNA'S LUSTRO-FINIS- H l.waropn .hi jlrlu' lntf water CURES and PREVENTS GAPES d'lT'iiti, roup, cholera nu 1 otl) thj orm A chlji' i i:!f A. M. Lowe & fio., ROSSLYN'S BUSY BEE STORE. dbeasaa. Uuo 30c Dntllo of )Q?bonPodiryGure I.ik-. and in a few minutes for a for cents you will have a new und handsome chair or table, or' cabinet. You can give it an Oak or a Mahogany finish, whichever you prefer. No painting experience is needed just Lus-tr- o and a brush. You'il really enjoy tho work. FOR SALE BY 12 Gallons of Medlclue. W'tio Ian (roe ' wry rwilliy r Iwr n dkuo ' ' h4iKt k;ep a bottle ot uiisstoa, tj. urns ll.iuSkt wi"D-Moll'o- l." r.wnt zzwxi, AdJre. tupla Baton & IVIcGuire, day-GityAtkinson & byle. Stanton, , ICy. " r