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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): June 4, 1914 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1914 cla1914060401_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.): June 4, 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 pITY TIMES. 81.0(1 a Year In Advance. V; are here to help Clay Gilpfce Sproon'Jing Cooniry and Ourselves. .1. I'., liurghtr. I'ublishcr. VOL. XIX. Thqmas Out for Congress. Claude M. Thomas, CLAY CITY. KY.ffiftUKSDAY The Cause of Divorces. JUNE l. J9H. NO. v;j thor-ough from the Montgomery, Clark and Bourbon district, lias announced h candidate for Congress in this district. In our editoritl columns we state that he lias not announced, but this page was printed yesterday before his announcement, appeared in the afternoon papers. His card follows : rtTo the Democrats of the Seventh Congressional District : "I hereby announce myself a candidate foryour nomination as t Kepresentative n Congress, to the action you shall take in the August urimary. "1 make this announcement at. the request of Democrats of each of the twelve counties having a voice in the decision of the matter, and make it believing that a large majority of the Democrats of this district, dependent as we are upon agriculture, desire to be represented in Washington by one who w ill interpret their wishes and further their interests in all niatteiR affected by Congres sional action. "I make it secondly, because I believe the foremost and supreme question in our domestic polities is the control of the saloon and liquor business, and that the Democrats of this district are a in bit ions f fir representation that wotrid have supported the Webb-- . Kenyon bill," and' that will, be yond doubt or question, labor and vote to maintain it upon the statutes. That there may be no doubt as to my position upon this and kindred mutters 1 wish every Democrat to know in advunce of his casting n vote for me that 1 urn opposed to everything for which the saloon stands. If you nominate and elect me as your Representative I pledge every possible elfort to render you a faithful service. sub-jec. The records of the Louisville Circuit Court show that 1)0 of the divorce cases brought there are from runaway marriages, where the ceremony is performed in Jelfcrsonville, the place of note for runaway marriages. This proves the folly of elopements for premature marriages of the younger people. The old proverb "think twice before you act" will most often apply to yonn people who have nothing in mind but. to get married. They gener ally act. twice before they have time to think once. Pardon for Youtsey. Petitions are being circulated in every county in the State call ing upon Governor McCreary to pardon Henry E. Youtsey for his part of the murder of Governor Youtsey has served Goebel. thirteen years in the pen, and is the only oe of the accused that has not been pardoned. Mrs. Kate Brown, of Frankfort, is working up the case. Many Legislators have signed the petition and so have many of the most prominent, men of the State. Climbing up a Little. The State Board of Equaliza tion, which has just concluded its labors for the year, fixed the value of all property in Kentucky subject to assessment by county assessors at. SSGlTJSJJS which is $r2,10,na8 greater than- for 11)18 and $18,428,215 more than the valuation for the current year as returned by the couiity assessors. - Lut Us Do Likewise. A large stone crusher arrived here Tuesday and went to work on the farm of George Berger near town. The stone will be crushed very line and used on the laud for fertilizer. It is said that many of our farmers are arranging to follow this plan. It "Respectfully, will restore worn-ou- t and tired "CLAUDE THOMAS. land quicker than anything else. "Paris, Ivy., June 2, J 1)14." Falmouth Outlook. 45l "I fa i i X"I t i i fr ! "I 4 !4 fr 4 5 fJ I We Offer You Absolute Safety, and the Careful, Coutteous Consider- ation of your Business Wants, Can any Bank You more? j I J 'And now for Powell county to vote the necessary bonds to get State Aid and build those pikes we have been needing for yearB. Let us show the counties' that have been voting down their bonds how to do the right thing at the right time. j t offer Our roads are good now, except that the surface is still a little irregular from beiinjout up in ruts and chug holes. They 1 u,ro solid from the continued dry spell of three weeks. "It's an ill wind that blows nobody good." j - i X Capital. - - $25,000.00 Surplus and profits over 10,000,00 Shareholders' liability. 25.000.00 Margin of which i AllSafety for YouraFunds is of v Hon. mid Mrs. II. Green Garrett have announced the engagement of their daughter, Winnie Garrett, to Charles Edwin Lyman, Jr., of Minneapolis, Minn., formerly of Now London, Conn. The wedding will take place in the full. oft Deposit here. ... . 3?,; INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. - Clay City National Bank, Estill county will contract for an addition to the Court House j. at Irvine. The addition will bo two stories high and consist of toilets on the first lloor and jury and consultation rooms on tho second floor. On account of the repair work being done on the Mothodist the regular meeting church, iiorvices will bo cnuuducted by the Rev. Judge L. V. Munu at the Christian church the coming Sunday. i CLAY CITY. KENTUCKY. Bank Syitem of Member Federal Reserve die United Statu. church gave the church a housecleaning last. Friday. Mr. J. II. Stamper, of Win- They worked hard and everything chester, was here on business looks spick and spun now. one day last week. The writer is short of news this Mr. J. B. Kogers, of Rogers' week because of his being away Chapel, was in town on business so much and no, one sending in one day last week. any news. Please continue ti Mrs. J. D. Atkinson and Mrs. send in your items of mtere.r F.. II. Fuller were shopping in for the paper. Lexington last week. Mrs. Robert Blackburn has reDr. Johnson was called to Dun- lumed from Louisville where sin dee one day last, week to see went to see her son, Colson. lie Mrs. Day, who is quite sick. returned home with her for the summer. Colson has done good Miss Anna Prewitt, of Winwork this past year at the Milichester, is visiting at the home tary Institute he has been attend. of her sister, Mrs. Fred ing. Quite a numberfroin thisplaee Mrs. Fred Ware, of Hardwick's knew J. F. .Martin, of Cat creek, Creek, is visiting at the home of who died last Friday and wus buher parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ide ried in the family graveyard on Boone. Game Wardens on the Job. the creek. He was the father of GamejWardens made a Mr. Newt Kirkpatrick has mov-e- our Jailer Martin and had been State raid of 100 miles of the lower into the house of J. D. Atkin- sick for several months of dropKentucky river last week. The son across from the Presbyterian sy. Several from here attended ollicers confiscated twenty-sichurch. the funeral. hoop and wing nets and seven Jouett Boone, who is working Several from here heard with fish boxes. We hope to see the iu Louisville, was home over SunWardens ma$e a raid of lied day and has returned to his work, regret the suicide of Kelly HopRiver next, though the laws have lie has a fine position in a bank. kins, of Jackson, last Sunday morning. He had been in ill been violated, less this Spring Clifton Chaney and his broth- health ever since he received hi than usual. But very little complaints of dynamiters have been er, Claveland, were in Breathitt severe injuries from the fallinir and Perry counties several days off the bridge at Lost Creek in made. last week, returning home Mon- Brethitt county, and so drank Need Laborers. carbolic acid. lie left a host of day. Appeals havej'.beeu sent put-fo-r friends. 'The teachers are. employed the 82,000 more ItkifeffLtothelu Word comes from the Winchester the "grejpvheat crops ot Hirst" Satufdajrfn'J uho how' i tf-Sun that Miss Labe Knox, of Missouri, Kansas and Oklahoma. stead of the second Saturday as this place, who has been visitinf, All teachers tuke And yet there are many com- heretofore. at the home of Mr. Piersall of notice. plaining aga'nst the administraWinchester, was poisoned eating Mrs. Mary Faulkner visited at. tion, the idle labor, aud the high fruit salad. There were several cost of living while great crops the old home place neur Lombard others that were poisoned also, that would reduce the cost of liv- last week. She will leave this but all recovered. Miss Lab-h- as ing, must stiller loss for want of week for a few days visit in Win returned home and looks a chester. laborers. well as usual. Dr. Calvin Knox, of Filson, Camden. Senator Mrs. Mary Atkinson is visiting Governor McCreary has an- dropped dead last Saturday of at the home of her parents, Mr. trouble. He was buried nounced thut he will appoint heart Sunday in the family graveyard and Mrs. Noble McDonald, .it Joluisou N. Camden, of Wood Bowen this week. Virgil is up ford county, V. S. Senator to suc near Filson. tit McRoberts looking for an ceed W. O. Bradley, deceased. Mrs. Toby Anderson has been for business. He has se Mr. Camden is one of our favor- very sick for several duys. There ered his connection with Morgan ites antf he will likely be the was born to them last week a ten Lyle, Mr. Boss Hall having purnominee for V, S. Senator this pound boy. Dr. Lemming look- chased his interest. The store i" fall for the short, term. ed after its arrival. now under the name of Hall and The ladies of the Presbyterian Lyle. George Gravett, of Normal, 111., is here on a visit to relaThat a Democratic Judge, ap The Democrats have been in tives. Mr. Gravett reports the pointed by a Democratic Gov power today just lifteen month large Kentucky population of McLean coutitv as well aud in ernor will ,ry a contest case be and still none of the calamities i ril cfiit-it- no eft i inf no liak tt n tween a Democrat aud a Hepuh predicted by the other side havo uo evi II D'll learn, though he said the drouth licau and give the oflice to a Re- come to pass. The farmer is there waB worse than here. Mr. publican when the evidence war- getting more for the products of Gravett has been living in Illi rants it, has been evidenced by the laud than ever and is buying the decision of Judge Camack, such articles as sugar at a r ih nois now for seven years. Democratic Judge of Owentoti, price than ever. Isn't DemocThe Globe Fertilizer Co., of when he decided in favor of E. racy a great thing for the farLouisville, sustained a loss ot O. Dull", Republican, over R. M. mers and laborers? more than WOO.OOO by fire Mon- - Baker, Democrat, for County The Bull Moosers and Bepubli day. The loss was fully covered Judge of Perry county. cans are trying real hard to get, by insurance aud all in compan We hope the Estill Sun will n line each side is ies that huve recently withdrawn please copy and the Estill Repub- together. from tho btate on account ot the anxious to compromise, they recent insurance laws passed by licans who pretended to think wish to do so on the llatterin their cases were cut and dried proposition that the the Legislature. other side before Democratic ollicials of the N. G. Feathora, representing State, will study this case, and acknowledge that they are wront the Old Virginia Nursery Co., th& real merits of their own case, and accept tho full terms of was in the city Monday. See his peace made by them. announcement on the lust page without prejudice, and we think We are selling Crown flour at they will be milder in their criti ot this paper. C18IU8 of tribunals who try to $2 00 per hundred, or (i5c for.' We are selling the new Hoyal Sew- honestly and conscientiously per- Ids., Monarch flour at 82 40 per ing Machine, prjees from fc'0.00 form their duty when passing up- hundred, or 00c for ,ri lbs., every up. 10 year guaranty. on political contests, which is al- sack guaranteed to give satisfaction or money refunded tills is KenMrs.X W. Williams. ways u very unpleasant job. tucky flour. Sugar SO lbs. for 81 Shoes for all the famWhy .s it that you always have or 84 75 per hundred, rousted coffee a contempt for the fellow who 12ic per pound. Williams'. ily Hard wick it Company, Stanton. catches mure fish than you do? Industries Old Ladies. Mr. aud Mfl&fy'n Walters, Mr. and Mrs. Jji7 ..Carpenter and .Mr. and Mrs.S, M. Tipton spent hist SundayJ'ith Mrs. Samuel Walters, of iUiiion Hall. Mrs. Walters, whS.Ms past seventy years of agei'Hyes with her moth er, Mrs. Matilda Puckett, who claims she isjTonly 1)0 years old. She cooked U1& dinner with the , i assistance oi uer uaugmer, ior a persons, represent bout twenty inn five generations. Mrs. Wal ters has upxvfcrds of thirty-fivand Mrs, Puckett has. something like two hundred The tvS) mid ladies make their ownli'vjiig on their little mountain farrjb, raising chickens, attending thoir milk cows and garden. Irvine Tribune. ! V. I - SN STANTON NEWS. e Black-bum- d x liar-ve- st -- v. c ,WWV4 111? V.U at '' - THE TIMES. I'UIIMSIIRP KVEKT THURSDAY. Suliseription rates 81 n year or three years in ndvnnce $. .1. 12. ISunjher, Publisher. second-clas- Kntered an s mall matter. Thursday, June 4, 1914. CLUB RATES. For the convenience of our subscribers, we have r.rranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned : The Times and " Cincinnati Enquirer $1.00 " Louisville Herald 100 " Home and Farm 80 " Inland Farmer 80 " Southern Agriculturist 80 The people of SpoutSpring arc netting a little restless about their bridge at the mouth of creek, between the counties of Clark and Estill. Thev da ve raised to date on their bridge and road to Spout Spring a little more than $1,700. The only delay now is in the Clark county authorities. The matter was brought up too late to give it consideration at the April term of the Fiscal Court, thus it will be delayed until after the October meeting of this Court, unless the Judge of that county deems it of sufficient importance to call a meeting of the Fiscal Court, which wo are sure be would do if he knew the importance of prompt action. The bridge is tieeded most in the winter time, and delay until after October means that the bridge will not be built i time for use next winter. Another very important reason why the bridge should be built at once is that the persons subscrib ing the money for Estill's use in this matter did so expecting to get the bridge by winter time and a delay of twelve months necessarily means the loss of more or less of the subscription money made up as none of the money subscribed is to be paid until the bridge is completed. We do hope that Clark coun ty's splonditl Judge will see what great benefit it will be to the people of Spout Spring and Estill county to take immediate action and call a meeting of the Fiscal Court, if he deems this uecessary, and help get the matter on foot and the bridgo up for next win ter's use. it he can see his way clear to do this, we are sure he will in this way oblige hundreds of people who so badly need this bridge. Lul-begru- d its wortlilessness was known to the owners when it was procured by the whiskey people. Now why should these holders of valuable?) property be allowed to sell it to other people, when other people, like them, do not need it. In other words, why "Rob Peter to pay Paul"? The property, in fact, is fnr worse thap worthless. It robs poor people of food nnd clothing because father must buy the cursed stun" to prevent these millions of dollars from being lost from those who now hold a lot of worthless property. In the annihilation of the whiskey business there must be a monetary loss to those who have grown fat from the bare living of the poor. In this loss the poor families will gain n living and peacetul and happy homes instead. Isn't this more important? Thogainof the poor in this will overbalance the loss of the whiskey rich ten fold. Let the traffic stop instantly and the loss will, fall just where it should fall. The losers will then begetting only a small taste of their own medicine. Though none of them will stare at the poverty that millions of others have had to do that they might be made rich. Circuit Court is less than two weeks off. It that the grand will probe a little deeper into the bootlegging business that is evidently Jlour ishing in some parts of the county. The greatest trouble in getting bootleggers has always been getting witnesses to tell the whole truth. The man who buys the of course will want more, and if he indicts his favorite bootlegger, he will not be able to get it from him again. A little inquiry into the lie swearing part of it would probably help the jury-to-be two-third- the voieS in this coun-ty- , and we are anxious to demons strate it. Como forward, Mr. our1 announceThomas, with ment at once, pleU;. We Are Showing the Latest Spring Styles of Wonder what has become of the Mt. SterliugfpoBtofllce muddle? Wo havnheard nothing from it for quite awhile. Dave the authorities decided to let the Republican innijmSent Hold on rather than risk! a decision in making a choice between the Democratic contestants? A correspondent wants to know what animal can go longest without food. Wo don't know; but a Bull Moose can go years without pie. A girl doesu't think any color is pretty unless she has to doctor her complexion in bj.der to make it match. How can a Republican explain a bumper wheat crop under a Democratic administration? $ioo Reward. Sioo. Men's Clothing and Hats AND Ladies' Dress Goods and Millinery. Mrs. J. W. Williams. The readers of thte paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that sci once has been able to cure in all its stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to the medical fra ternity. Catarrh being a constitu tional disease,, requires a constitu tional treatment. HoII'h Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting di rectly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system, thereby tie stroying the foundation of the dis ease, and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work. The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers that they of-fone hundred' dollars for any Send for case that it fails list of testim6"hioJj Address F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, 0. Sold by all druggists, 75c. Take Hull's Family Pills for con er ture. matter a little. Starck Pianos No Money in Advance Satisfaction LoweatNet Guar-nnteed stipation. Crown flour at $2 GO per hundred, or 05c tor 5Jo los., Monarch flour at $2 40 per hundred, or COc for 25 lbs., every sack guaranteed to give satisfaction or money refunded tins is Kentucky Hour. Suuar 20 lbs. for 81 or 84 75 per hundred, roasted coffee 12Jc per pound. Hardwick & Company, Stanton We are selling Up to this time Mr. Claude M. Thomas has not announced for Congress against Mr. Cantrill, Mie iucumbent. If Mr. Thomas stands anything like as strong in the other counties of the district as ho does in Powell, it would be a walk-ove- r for him. The Times confidently believes he can poll Fact ory Prices Terms Bisi eaAt Saving ot SlOO to P. A. STARCK fflESIDfNT S200FacFrom tory Direct We are Showing a Complete Line of We will ship you a beautiful Starck Piano for 30 days' rreo trial. In your home. No cash payment required. All we ask Is that you will play upon, uso and test this piano for 30 days. If, at the end of that time, you do not find It tho highest grade, sweetest toned and finest piano In every way, that you have ever seen for the money, you are afperfect liberty to send It back, and we will, In that event, nay the freight both ways. This Starck Piano must null. mvi win. vmi or there Is no sale. 30 DAYS' FREE TRIAL Save $150.00 or Mere We ililp direct to you from our factory, prices that ure you upwards of 1150.00 In the coat of your piano. We guarantee to furnish you a better piano for the money than you can secure elsewhere. You are assured of recelrins a Mtlsfactory tweet toned durable high grade piano. Easy Payments it CLOTHING, Spring Goods, Slippers, Etc. Call and see our Line and get our Prices. We can fit you in Complete Style at Low Cost. . Ton pay no cash down, hut after 30 days of trial, you can begin payment on the lowest, easiest terms ever- suggested by a pisno manufacturer. These terms are arranged to ault your convenience, and it is possible to liuy a piano for your home, wlthou missing the money. , 25-Ye- ar Guarantie aiarcK Prohibitions favoring' irnine Hate elimination of the whiskey tudustry. and who claim they are tuoved purely by a desire tor jus j ice and moral advancement for humanity, show a 6orry lack of justice and equity (and without inuse virtues oue is surely iinmor nl) because they would in one full swoop confiscate the property aud rights of those who have millions of dollars invested in the liquor industry There are many good men in that business i.olely for tlio profits to bo had and not becuuse they have criminal instincts. It is just us reasonable to blame the decent in on in the trade with the evils fol lowing thi abube of liquor as it would be to condemn the entire ministry because one or coinpara-livellew. members of that profession commit heinous crimes. Winchester Sun. The whiskey people, as the Sun buys, have the property. 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TEXs "EarilW. aewufal aaalwlie I sr ismUm aUa. THE A HOME-MADE TIMES. PAPER. 4, A fine rain fell Monday afternoon, greatly relieving the seri ous drouth conditions threaten ing. Since the rain much cooler weather has prevailed. Til U USD AY, .luno 1014. LOCAL BREVITIES. visit-iii- Master Shelby Burgher is relatives ut Filson. Don't 'fnil to set) our In cob anil einbroiduriep. Mrs. .1. V. Williams. Eniin Eliitn,.editor of the Camp-toCourier, was in our city Tuesday. Mesdsimes Luther Loving and T. G. White spent Tuesday in Lexington. n Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Whitt are spending a few days in Louisville this week. Mies Mary White, of Winches- ter, is visitin'; the family of her uncle, T. O. White. .1. W. F. Williams, our splendid Gray's Branch correspondent, was in the citv this week. Several from Oluy City the services by Billy Sunday, noted evangelist, at Winchester Monday. James Hoskin, of Mt. Sterling, was here Friday buying a bill of lumber for building purposes on his farm. What few farmers sowed wheat last fall, have splendid crops. The ryo crops are also good, but the oat crop has been cut very short on of the three weeks dry Decoration Day was pretty weather the last of May. generally observed in the city and surrounding country SaturFrank Kcnnon is able to hob-biSeveral from different day. about on crutches and was in points came in to decorate the town yesterday. It will be graves in this vicinity. that Mr. Ken turn was Fred K. Blair, of Morehead, so severely injured at a saw mil! and a brother to Mrs. A. T. Whitt a few weeks ago as to necessitate e the amputation of a foot. of this city, was one of the. students to graduate- from Always Lead to Better Health. the Medical Department of UniSerious sicknesses start in disorversity of Louisville this week. ders of the stomach, liver und kidDr. Martin and family Satur- neys. The best corrective and preday attended the funeral and bu- ventive is Dr. King's New Life rial of J. F. Martin, Sr., and un- Pills. They purify the blood precle of the Doctor. An account vent constipation, keep liver, and bowels in healthy condiof the death of Mr. Martin appears in the Stanton News this tion. Give you better health by ridding the system of fermenting week. and gassy foods. Elective and Among the appointments of mild. 25c at your druggist. Kentucky this week, we notice Bucklen'e Arnica Salve forall hurts that Geo. W. Bush has been reappointed postmaster at Vaughn's Mill; W. P. Wise at Union Hull, and Hood Wise at Sams, Estill county. in this county o USE HOPE MILLS FLOUR Talking About Flour Have you ever tried the I'EAIH. brand? Xo. Fail not, to try it at th first opportunity if you would know what a good Hour really i. We also make the PEERLESS SELF-RISIN- U FLOUR. fifty-thre- - If your grower hasn't it ask h'ni to got it for you. With it bread muking will be easy. Made by J. ANDREW GAIN, Versailles, Ky. kid-nej'- s When in Need of Builder's Hardware, Cabinet Mantles, Grates, Tiles, TREES! FREE PLANTS In crowding up matter last Frutt STRAWBERRY Shrubs, Asparand Shade, week by condensing almost to agus, drape Vines, Roses, Peonies, Phlox, etc. the'limit; we got the article clipped from the WinchesterSun and Everything (or our reply so mixed that no one ORCHARD, LAWN and GARDEN could be expected to interpret its NO AQENTS CATAI.OQS Cooking or Heating Go to or Write Stoves, H. F. HiIIenmeyer& Sons, Miss Fannie Mize, of Quick Lexington, Ky. sand, is visiting her cousin, Miss Cures Stubborn, Itchy Skin Troubles Nurserymen Since 1841. Uutli Eaton, and other relatives "I could scratch myself to pieces" in the city. is often heard from sufferers of ecMrs. W. 0. Murtin and daugh- zema, tetter, itch and similnr skin h OAPrtAL STOCK, si 00,000 Si ter, Miss Grace, vis;ted Mrs. Will eruptions. Don't scratch 6top the a HUlil'liUS AND UN- - ... Norton at Winchester Monday itching at once with Dr. Hobson's DIVIDED PKOL'ITS. uppli- - & Its first Eczema OintniPiit. and Tuesday. cution starts healing; the red, rough yr. Irvin and his mother, Mrs. scaly, itching skin is soothed by J1IE J. A. Irvin, returned Saturday the healing and cooling medicines. WlNCIWrER Baxic. 3 a'ftor a few weeks' visit t'o Mrs. C. A. Einfeldt, Reck Island, OP' WlNOIIHXMII, K'r. in Florida. III., after using Dr Hobson's Ecze-m- a Ointnipnt, writes: "This is the L N.IIOI.IY WlTllKIIMl'OUN, I'HIWi y Mr. and Mrs. K. Tipton and Uahiiikk. Miss Grace, of Win- first time in nine years I have been S; V. It. Si'iiAii, daughter, chester, visited relatives in the free from the drendful ailment." .r0c at your druggist. Guaranteed. YOUK ACCOUNTS SOL.IC1TKIJ 13 county, last week. : meaning, so we reproduce the article this week on another page. Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, Winchester, - Ky. i rela-tive- s fc Hardwick & Co.'s Spring and Summer W. II. Belknap, head of the Belknap Hardware Company, Louisville, died at his home in that city Monday. Everett Ewen and two little brothers, of Stanton, visited their r cousin, Shelby Burgher, the part of this week. for-me- Subscribe for the Times. m Come to Our Store And bit us show you what a nice line of'goods we carry. 1 m Ms GOODS. Our Spring and Summer Goods are 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 wc tan 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 "Boslon we have them in the lateft things in Oxfords Favorite" Shoes for Women leathers, gunmetal, dull kid, tegular kid and tans in and pumps in patent 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-OveShoes for Men in the new and ftaple slyles in patent leathers, Hart, Schaff-ne- r and tan, in button and lace Oxfords and regular Shoes. Matchless" brand Clothing for Men, "Aflor" brand & Marx and "The Hats for Men and Boys, "Arrow" brand Men's Shirts and Collars. And sec our lines of wool dress Goods, fancy and plain wash dress Goods, ginghams, percales, crepe and plain llouncings, 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 and etc., and etc. We are selling Crown flour at $2.60 Bain Wagons 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 per pound. lbs. for $1.00, $4.75 per hundred, and roafled coffee, r" gun-met- al ready-to-wear The Methodist Aid gave an ice cream and strawberry supper ut their church Saturday night. .$20 were realized. Loughs and Colds Weaken the System Continued coughs, colds and bronchial troubles are depressing and weaken the system. Loss of weight and apui'tito generally follow. Get a oOc bottle of Dr.Kimj'n New Discovery today. It will stop your cough. The first dose helps. The best medicine for stubborn coughs, colds and all throat und lupg troubles. Mr. O. H. Brown, Mucatin, Ala., writes: "My wife was sick during the hot summer month und I honestly believe Dr. King's Ntw Discovery naved her life." tjood for children. .')0o and SI, at your druggist. Jj j j Our stock of Dry fioodcr; Sboi-s Notion", and etc. is j Groceries, Hardware, Clothing, replete with r Variety, Style and Quality, , THIS COMBINE!) WITH OUB i I Low Prices Make it to your interest to give tin a good rdiare of your trade. We strive to pleuse our customer be- When you want Shoes, cause we knotf satibfied customers are our best uesets. don't forget Williams'. Yours to please, '&, Ktur.UU. tuao'T Wck ,nJb to n4 ll"krb., tt H f IU t all filat. Your nnnobnu DCUCfW mMPlNY. UilfljUn. Main St.. 342 E WALDRON & JOHNSON, Ky. I2c frlce SO. AtMtVruggM: . huuhL K Waltersville, Hardwick & Co., Stanton. J I 4r 0 : SPOUT SPRING. Kememberthe regular meeting clay services at the Baptist church Sunday morninc. W. L. Byrd, our cattle trader, attended the Madison county court at Richmond Monday. 'Squire Chas. Welch and family, of Vaughn's Mill, spetit with 'Squire and Mrs. Shelt McKinuey. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Satns and son, Allen, Jr., visited Mr. and Mrs. Lislo Fox near Winchester the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Ilupard, of Clark county, visited their kinspeople. Mr. and Mrs. Asa IJavnett, a 6hort while last week. In the Sunday School here Sunday, U. F. Christopher was elected Superintendent, and A. E. Sams, A. J. Larrison and Mrs. Lloyd Todd teachers. The School meets each Sunday afternoon at o'clock. Sun-ita- y A spell of drought that was becoming somewhat serious, was broken into srnall pieces Monday by some welcomed showers. Our local weather prophet says the drought is going to be hard to keep down this summer. Hope he will prove to be a false prophet. Fungato it Co., of Virginia, have bought the steel on some eight miles of the old track of the Big Woods Lumber Co., and they are taking it up, to be shipped to Tilot Mountain in Tennessee. Messrs. Reynolds and Harris, of Virginia, are superintending the work. were sunt out by tho Warren Chiviots and Poplins. county Strawberry Association Mrs. J. W.Williams. la9tweckto markets of the North and West. It is thplargest shipOVER or. YEARS EXPERIENCE ment of strawberries made this county could do season. I'owell what Warren county does and but we just got. tho cash too won't. Hot WeatherTonlc and Health Builder IRADC IY1AHKS DE9I0N3 COPYniGHTS Ac. Anrone sen din a a nkelrh and description mar quickly hj certain tir opinion free whether au hireiitlnn l probablf nntentAbte. Comnmnlffl. tluiimtrlctlrcoiiUdeutUt. HANDBOOK onlatentt ent free. Oldest atrencr for ecurln(f putentn. latenu taken through Munn St Co. recelrt tjKelal notice, without charge, lit the Fifteen carloads of strawberries line of .Tn'equiird waistlngs, Percales TT- - . We have just received a nice Farm Drain Tile Good tile, upot on your farm. properly placed, not only enrrie oil surplus water, it admits air to the Roil and make? it easy to work. It iniproveH any soil. The inereac' in the value of the land is many times the eost of the tile. The firA year's erop from tiled land payf for it. Any hody can do the work puccefsfully. Write for particulars or ei 11 at our plant. Moke Your Wet Land Productive. Uy the use of drain tile you eat. turn that low, wet, upeletM, swam py field into the mo.t pro.luetlve Are you rundown nervous tired? Is everything you do nn effort? You are not 'lazy you are sick! Your stomach, liver, kidneys, and whole system need a tonic. A tonic and health builder to drive out the Waste mntter build you up and renew your strength. Nothing better than Try This. Sweet fern, which is so com- Electric Bitters. Start today. Mrs. mon on nearly all Kentucky James Duncnn, Ilaynesville, Me., farms, is an absolute preventa- writes: "Completely cured nie aftive of mites and lice in poultry ter several doctors" gave me up." houses. Give the nests, roosts 5()c and 1, at your druggists. Hucklen's Arnica Salve for cuts. and lloors or any other places . Scientific flinciicaii. A reart four roontbi,U Branca Olllce. 625 handiomelf lllttntraf M weekly. Tnrcst of anr aclentltlo journal. Terms. 13 a Sold by all newidralcra. MUNN&Co.3B,DfMw"' New York F SU Wsthlogton, D. Red River Brick & Tile Company, STANTON' C KENTUCKY. KEEPS YOUR HOME FRESH ari& 2LEAN where these pests are likely to received a full line appear, a good supply of sweet of We have just proof corsets in women's rust fern, either dry or green, and you different styles at 81' 00, 81 fiO and will never find oue of the chickGray's Branch. i 00. Every one guaranteed. Mrs. J. W. Williams. en pests which are so troubleHorn on May 28th, to the wife some to poultry r"aisers. The of Cain Brisco, another duughter remedy is so simple and easv that their fourth child. Townsend, who has been seriously ill for some time, is no better at this writing. Mrs. Millard Combination Pneumatic Sweeper TPHIS Swifdy-Swccpin- e, Easy-Runni- nc DUNTLEY Sweeper it is worth a trial. To The Farmers of Powell County: Messrs. N. (.!. and A. C. FeathA Training ers, of the Old Virginia Nursery, Most of our folks were up at (School for Teachers CmrM Irallnt to KIemitvf Glady to church, Sunday. They are making a canvass of this Inter mrdlst in J Lift Stain ValLl In all of Krntuokr. HfM good services and a very county in the interest of this old report Odudwi a n Revlf reliable firm. It is their object Court?. TifltloarrfH'loAr. pleasant time. bolutrea. TwoinlwidMfW. nw manual tralnlnc tmiMliif to give every farmer in this coun .(.!. boot,nfi wl! qalpi rfopartnuwtof aifrlcul'nre, rart1rr lr Ttgnteg la Krp. One of Jas. Spurlock's little ty the privilege of purchasin Pomwtlo 8el.n. KTti!otn. Xowmberl Tru Janaarr tomr, Terra April 7, Bummer apaaa Jan Fourth girls Maud has been very sick j tlie best Kraftcd trees that ever r.u.osa.rreV. OltAIHlB, IVc.ldent, f for some days with a fever, and grew, at popular prices. We it was feared for awhile that she have anything you want in the would not recover; but she has taken a turn tor the better and nursery line and we absolutemay now be considered out of ly guarantee that our stock.will danger. be equal, if not superior, to any Bun Means and family have ever shipped to this county. We prom mi otit&tned in nl moved froyi Olencairn to Gray's respectfully solicit your patronkliCBORNO FEE, tRDIMARKS. Caveat Branch, coming in last Friday. age. r rnoro. lor iflrii uIiKUiircjia MEC REPORTuiilulratiUiultr. Patrnl practMrs. Means has 'been in quite ice nrlunlYfly. BAKK RCFERENCE9. OLD VIRGINIA NURSERVCO. Seixt crnti In Mami for InTnluaM. twok feeble health for a year or more, TO ""TAIN and .ELL PATENTS. !,0W (Kstnlilisdied in 18.W.) hlcli oim will put. x partner, audit is hoped that the change patent law ami ollr llmr Ip itrt TnluaWn Information. E. L. Feathers, Pres. last-inof place and water will bo of D. CO, benefit to her. Address inquiries to N. G. PATENT LAWYERS, Feathers, Stanton, Ky. kouj oocniii oi., nasmngiun, u. Tho Ladies' Aid of the Metho-dis- t church will meet Wednee-da- y Don't fail to see the p. in. at Mrs. Vollmer's. It nice line of Shoes if hoped all members will be cleans without raising dust, and at the same time picks up pins, lint, ravelings, etc., in ONE OPERATION. Its case makes sweeping a simple task quickly finished. It reaches even the most difficult places, and eliminates the necessity of moving and liftine all heavy furniture. Ill MM ?T. The Great Labor Saver of the Home Every homc, larRc or small, can enjoy relief frtm Broom drudgery and protection from the danger oi Hying dust. l rl Duntlcy is the Pioneer of Pneumatic Sweepers AhnHi 4 18, j Has the combination of the Pneumatic Suction Nozzle and revolving Brush. Very easily operated and absolutely guaranteed. In buying a Vacuum Cleaner, why not give the "Huntley a trial in your home at our expense? Write today lor lull particulars AOENTS DUNTLEY PNEUriATIC SWEEPER CO.. 6goi S. Store St., Chicago. WANTED T I I 3 It Always Helps says Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., in writing of her experience with Cardui, the woman's tonic She says further; "Before I began to use Cardui, my kack and head would hurt so bad, I thought the pain would kill me. I was hardly able to do any of my housework. After taking three bottles of Cardui, I began to feel like a hew woman. I soon gained 33 pounds, and now, I do all my housework, as well as run a big water mill. 1 wish every suffering woman would give g SWSFT & at present. Williams'. lLook, Look!! The train rolling down the space of time. Eeonoinv is worth its weight in Gold. We have on hand "e a general line of Merchandise to offer to the trade. ask yoa to come in our itore, give us your call, and see of business is i'i down tho (hraat of n "ffapey" cMoien destroys the worms and avo thu chlc'iN life. A f jw dropi la tho drin'tlDB water CARD9JG The Woman's Tonic I feel a little bad, and it always does me good." Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness, feelings, etc., arc sure signs of womantired, worn-oly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's tonic. You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing women for more than fifty years. ut rag J I I I CURES and PREVENTS GAPES pijiii a trial. I still use Cardui when 3ut whlto a, roup, cholera nn4ot!i.r chicle diseases. One 30c liotlle of Bourbon Poultry Cure Makes 13 Gullons of Medicine. Kvery poultry ralcr should keep a bottle of this medicine on hand Write (or free sample and Dooklet on "DUea.cs o( Fowls." Address, BOURBON REMEDY i 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 tuitllcisnt proof to convince you of the matter that we will treat you right in all dealings in business transactions. Dollars unveil in Listen to these prices: One youi goods from us. No. 7 Stove, complete, 811.5(1. One set of lluggy Harness, $1- - 50; best head rice, full supp'y, per lb., So; tin buy-in- g Get a Bottle Today! n COUPJMT, Leilfljtan, tj. $ ware, full outfit from fle to 15 per piece. Coffee, per lb. "i lb. lot?, 10c. Hoyb' Hals, one dollur value now going at 75c a long as they are on stock. Men's Hats, u full lino of them, SI to $,fi0. Simpson Calico, per yd., (lAc, Ginghams, 10c yd., fiOe Press Linen now on sale at 25e. Pleaae make us a visit and see these things with your own eye, then yon can see clcaily all what wo are telling y.m TOOT! TOOT! l'OOT! Make hasto, train is about. on time. i Nature is constantly trying to wear out your house constantly gnawing away at wood and paint, at brick .and mortar. The best material is not too good to withstand these ussuults. 1TA I Spfanik Hanaa's Green Seal Paint t t a ccicntifioally determined It the result of many years of experiment of watJunjg'the wear of the different compounds until the perfect combination of lead, oil and zi.no has been found. It is smooth, free spread, ing, elastic ''and durable. Formula on every is is wcar-rcsistc- r. A. M. Lowe & Co., it ROSSLYN'S BUSY BEE STORE. package. FOR SALE BY t Eaton 5tyicGuirc, Clay Gity, Ky. . Arkinson"& Lyle, Stanton, I