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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): June 11, 1914 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1914 cla1914061101_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 11, 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 ICITY TIMES. $1.00 a Year In Advance. We arc here to help Clay Gijj, tie SarroonJiog Coantry an! Oorselves. .1. E. Burgher, Publisher. VOL. XIX. As His Home Paper Sees lllm. "Hon. Cliiinle M. Thomas, CLAY CITY. KY.,9riIUKSDAY To Close Out. JUNE 31, J9M. NO. 2-- J of 'AYjreTlievlTsboTn; anoTwhei'eV nciflo'ubt, he expects todiewhen Bourbon county, authorizes the announcement of his candidacy for the Democratic nomination for Congress in the August pri mary election to succeed Hon. .). Campbell Cantrill, of George town. "Mr. Thomas has consented to enter the race in answer to earn est solicitations which have been coming to him from all parts of the district for several months. "tew men in Kentucky are better fitted to represent the fa mous old Ashland District in Congress than i Claude Thomas. He graduated from Princeton years ago, and some twenty-livhas been all his life a close student of history and politics and has kept himself informed on all the political issues of the last twenty-fivyears. He has been a and consistent Democrat and has served the State in both branches of the Legislature ami was sent as Consul to Mar seilles during Mr! Cleveland's second administration. He is au educated and cultured gentleman, a student and lover of books, but also keenly interested in all questions that affect the lives and happiness of men. He has spent his life almost entirely on t he. farm wlrehejipw h ves and e e life-lon- g The business ot the Day Lumber and Coal Company, with head olhces in this city, has been placed in the hands of a receiver, the Columbia Finance and Trust Company, of Louisville, being named as such receiver. Two representatives of the Trust Company were here one day last week, hut left the business run ning just, as it was. We have seen no schedule of assets or lia bilities, but it is probable that. the business will pay out 100 cents to the dollar. The Com pany has been buying up considerable timber and lands of recent years, ami being unable to real ize any cash on these purchases is the cause for the failure of this big corporation, Mrs. Cora Wilson Stewart, editor of the Morehead Mountaineer, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. E. B. McGlune for some weeks, left Monday morn- Some New Road Law. mon on Thursday night. Thee STANTON NEWS. to note the are free and everybody is corr1i;l li rrta in! tlin .ttit-n'rinr1 ttr Miss Sylvia Skidmore was vis dially invited to hear him. by the last legislature From an iting her cousin, Pearl, at Bowep The very severe drouth that we : "It, is now last week. exchange have been suffering from was unlawful to obstruct a ditch by Mrs. Lloyd Faulkuer, of Win- broken by an abundance of rain building a road over it without chester, visited her many friends last week. F.verybody is rejoicproviding a culvert or drain pipe ing. The oat crop will be short here last week. of suflicieut Bize to carry the as a result of the drouth and the Miss PatsyVbner visited sev water. , potatoes are hurt very much. "It is against the law to place eral days with her friend, Miss It may bq'well wo-lip- ing for Dawson Springs, Ky., where she will attend the Press Association meeting Ken-tuck- y now in session body. art will read one of the many interesting addresses before that there. Mrs. Stew- Frank Dunn, of Columbus, (Ja.? and student of Johnson Bible To Lecture on Travels. College, Kimberlin Heights, Tenn., will preach at the ChrisElder L. F.jMartin will deliver Mr. Wm. Johnson left. Tuesday tian church, Sunday, p. m. Come a lecture iu'Jtjiis city tomorrow and hear him. The Rev. Mr. an J SaturdayEights. Everybody for Catlett6burg, Ky., to attend a reunion of the old soldiers who Dunn is a former classmate of Pastor D. H. Matherlv of this should attend these lectures as meet there this week. Ur3lajUu-j(U;i4-wtb-ry. show-more a fence, post,, tree or other ob struction clrfser than G feet of the outer edge of the ditch, and the owner ie.required to fix the ditch and remove the fence at his own expense, ,within five days or be liable to a fine of $2.00 for ev- ery day he pafinits such obstruc tion to remain. "Every man between the ages of 18 and 50 (except ministers of the Gospel) 'must work on the dirt roads. "The only exception tor persons working the road is to pay to the 'County Road Engineer $1.00 before the road is worked. Noproperty tax is to be worked out on the road. must return their lists before October 1st." Omega Gabbard, of St. Helens. Mrs. Lee Jackson, of Louis ville, is visiting her parents, Mr, and Mrs. James Welch this week. Miss Minnie Coulee has return ed home from Winchester where she has been visiting for several days. Mr. Clarence Atkinson, wife and baby are visiting Mrs. Mar garet Oldham, of Winchester this week. Mrs. D. R. Clark entertained her Sunday School class last Sat- urday and all report a very en joyable time. Mrs. Lucy Jackson has return ed homo from several weeks vis it to her relatives in Winchester aud Louisville. linked with the farm. If elect- Senate. Mr. Ernst is a brother- to Cbas. Brent, connected ed to Congress he would ably represent the great agricultural in- wirh the freight department of terests in which the people of the L. & N. Railroad. this district are mainly interestSeveral from this citv attended ed interests which have been practically without representa- the funeral of the infant child of tion in the present Congress, as Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ware at The evidenced by the passage of a Vaughn's Mill Monday. ' bill in which must of the funeral was preached by the producjs of the farm have been Rev. Judge L. F. Mann, of this city. put on the free list, "On the temperance question, which is certain to be au impor- to take the stump at once and tant one in this campaign, Mr. keep tilings moving from now unof til the primary, Saturday, Au Thomas is the very Mr. Cantrill. Mr. Thomas has gust ." . Paris Ken been the advoctite of all the temperance legislation that has gone .in the statute books of Kentucky ia the lasOtwenty years, while Mr. Cantrill has been uncompromisingly hostile to every statute that has been enacted looking to the control and regulation of the liquor tratllc. "In the Legislature Mr. Cantrill win) the leader of the liquor Absolute Safety, and the interests and out of it. the most Careful, Couiteous Considerpersistent and successful lobbyists for that trallic. Mr. Thomas ation of your Business Wants. when in the Senate was the champion of the County Unit Can any Bank Hill and it was largely through influence that tiie law was his offer You more? enacted, while Mr. Cantrill was always the opponent of that hill, 1$ Capital. - - - $25,000.00 and in the last session ot Surplus and profit ova 10,000,00 lie voted against the Webb liill which was nothing more nor Shareholders' liability, 25.000.00 less than a bill to prohibit bootlegging in dry territory.. . "No two men could oppose one is a Margin of v another who would more fully, Q,r.,,,UVnii, Pun1, nn represent the opposing sides in , UIIUJ UN uruiw.J. iui 4 lU the light against the saloon, a Deposit here. light in which tins district is vi tally ntereeted and in which Mr, 3?, INTEREST PAID ON TIME Thomas' candidacy will give thej DEPOSITS. people a chance to determine whether they want to be repreClay City National sented in Congress by a man who stands for the saloon and all the Bank, saloon represents, or fur tine. who stands for the protection of our CLAY CITY, KENTUCKY. homes and our sous and daugh- J Reurve ters from the ruin that the sale T Member FederalUnited Bulk Syitcra of the Stale. of liquor as a beverage necessari- J ly entails. Mr. Thomas intends in-la- Mr. John Bnrgher and family important subjects and will RiVfiard P. Ernst, of Covington, e have been visiting near Winches 200 pictures. than his hour comes, and all his inter- has annoueed his candidacy as a Elder Martin has traveled for ter, where Mrs. Burgher went to ests have been and will continue Republican for the United States life-lik- tat-ill- anti-thesi- s tuckian-Citizen- We Offer You years, mid has been in all the States of the Union except four, and has been three times in Japan, twice in the Philippine Islands (Catholic), twice in Cuba (Catholic), and once in Alaska. Has just returned from Vera Cruz, Mexico, where he had some narrow escapes. He took his camera with him cu most of his trips and made' nearly all the views which will be on exhibi tion. The first night he will lecture and show views of his trav- els. On the second night he will lecture and showi views of the corruptness ot the Catholic church, of what he knows and has seen. Elder Martin is a minister of the Churcli of Christ, and has iven up his work as an evange list of the State Board of Missions, where he has labored for the past four years, and is now devoting his tune in giving warn ing to those who love Christ and His Kingdom more than the man of sin. 18 Good Rains. meet her mother from Ohio at the home of her sister. Rev. J. C. Hanley is having a concrete cellar put under his house. This will be a great ad dition to the home. He will in stall a furnace later in the season. Messrs. M. S. Crane and Ben Sewell, of Jackson, made their usual trip to our town over Sun day. Stanton appears to bo the dearest spot on earth to them just now. Mrs. Margaret Vance and Elsie returned home from Lexington Monday where they had been visiting for several weeks. Eloise will stay another week before re turning home. (Jon-gre- ss J j .,,.,. f mother overSuuday. He preach at the Presbyterian church on Sunday night aud returned home We are selling Crown flour at Tuesday. He was accompanied $2 CO per hundred, or (55c for i'5 home with his mother aud her los., Monarch flour at 82 40 per hundred, or i0o for 25 lbs., every Mrs. John P. Coliver, of Ash- sister from Ohio, sack guaranteed to give satisfactiou land, is visiting her parents, Rev. II. C. Bell, of Lexington, or money refunded thin is Ken Judge and Mrs. W. T. Adams. will give a stureoptican lecture tucky flour. Sugar iJO lbs. for SI church on Friat 75 Shoes for the fam- daythe Christian mission fields of or 84 per per hundred, roasted coffee night on the pound. l'JJc ily Williams'. the world. He will preach a ser Ilardwick it Company, Stanton, ed Fine rains visited us the last of the week, and the. warm weather following has produced a growing period uot equalled before this spring. Oats and meadows were suffering to a damaging extent when the rains came. On Monday one of the hardest rains of the season fell over a small territory near the Walters' Ferry bridge two miles south of the city. There was but little rain closer to Clay City than K. L. Tipton's residence and none beyond Salem Baptist church. The Ladies' Aid of the Chris- tian church will give an icecream supper this coming Saturday in the house where Mr. Will Hard- wick moved from. The Aid will meet with Mrs. Morgan Lyle on same day. The little baby of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ware, of Hardwick's creek was found dead in bed last Fri day. The baby had been sickly for several mouths. Mrs. Ware is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ide Boone of this place. 11. J. Derthick, of Indianapo lis, Iud., visited his brother and Late potatoes are the order of the dav now and it would be well for several to raise them. The writer spent several davs in Breathitt, and Morgan countien in the interest, of his Sunday School work. He was at White Oak in Morgan county over Sunday where he ran across W. W. Strickland, who preached here several months. Mr. Strickland found a number of Ii is relatives in that county that ho did not know of. The old Bible saying is true,"A prophet is not. without honor save in his own country and a- mong his owij, people." Rev. L F. Martin lectured two nights at the Court House this week and a very small crowd was present on both nights. The writer attend ed the last lecture and it would have been well had every person been out and heard it. It was a revelation of the rotteliness'and corruption of the Catholic church. Bro. Martin has been an exten sive traveler, living in the Phil ippines, Cuba and Mexico where the Catholics and strongand he knows of wherewith he sneaks. The Catholics are making arse nals of their cathedrals, nrenar- ing for a mighty conflict between their church and Protestantism. They .have lost their grip on al most all of Europe and are pre paring to establish themselves firmly in this country. Circuit Court will convene Monday. The case of John Clair for murder will be tried. We trust the grand jury will investi gate the bringing iu of whiskev by some of our townspeople. It is a fact when certain characters take the morning train for Winchester with an empty suitcase that they have gone for whiskey. We can put .i stop to this it we only will. And the cigarette law goes into effect the loth of this niontu. No young man under eighteen years of age can be allowed to smoke .v cigarette and the merchant is as equally guilty if he furnishes them. This is one law that every father and mother in Stanton ought to see is enforced and we must see that our oflicers arrest every boy under eighteen smoking cigarettes aud make Jiim swear who furnished him with same. We have a splendid Circuit Judge and we trust that ho will iu the enforcement of this law. self-evide- all at ngninst their own interest and their neighbors' interests. One says they should be allowed a reasonable rate of interest on their investments. The truth of I'UIILISMKP KVKKY TI1UKSUAT. it is the insurance people have no Subscription rate? SI a year or three investments of capital to care for for the policyholders. The people years m nuvunceSX. have the investments. The in .! R. ltiirghcr. Publisher. surance companies of today in sure the people of Kentucky with Entered n s until matter. the peoples' own money, and charge them over 10 foridoing the: times. jeecuid-elus- Thursday, - - .lune 11, 11)14. so. CLUB RATES. For the convenience of our sub scriber1, we have r.rranged club rates with tiie following papers at prices oeiow mentioned : The Times and " Cincinnati Enquirer $1.00 " Louisville Herald 1 00 ' Nome and Farm SO , " Southern Agriculturist ardent supporter of .1. U. " Inland Farmer SO 80 The Winchester Democrat, an Can-tril- l, anion!: other things says in his boost of him when calling at- tention to his announcement: 'Those who oppose him ) (Can-trill- now are but a few disgrun-tledollic- e seekers and others who are trying to gain political preferment, chiefly through their white ribbon' hypocrisy." The editor of this paper, though opposing Mr. Cantrill, is neither "a disgruntled oflice seeker" nor are we courting preferment. We never have and have now no intentions of ever seeking oflice, and there are thousands of others just like us, supporting Mr. Thomas. The Democrat, had a thought of a few when their article was written. The Democrat's reference to the " 'white ribbon' hypocrisy", meaning, we judge, the prohibition principles, is prompted by Iiis honest views. The Democrat probably can see no other cause for the support of temperance, but there are millions in th's country that do see it different, and they are honest too. We are for a sober government, and the way to get it is to put such men as Claudo Thomas in Con Kress and such men as Cantrill out, and that's what we are going to try to do, and if all other counties were like Powell, we would do it by a vote of two to one. The Times is for Mr. Thomas because he is the honest gentleman that he is and because he is lor the saiiicj principles that we are tor, and because ins views on the liquor question are identical with ours. We are not for him because ho opposes Mr. Cantrill, instead we would be for him just the same, regardless of all other aspirants to the oflice of Congress, our nearer neighbors in the Dem ocrat's home tiwn excepted. On the other hand, The Times would oppose Mr. Cantrill re gardless of who his opponent might have been had Mr. Thoums not have come out, but any other gentleman instead. In other words wo aro for Mr. Thomas wo are for him, and oppose Mr. Cantrill because wo aro him. We have not the slightest personal feeling against Mr. Cantrill, for from what we know of him we like him. We oppose him because his views on the most important matters are just as fur from ours us they can be and ho be an admitted Demo, on-l- y The people of Kentucky for the past twenty years have furnished the money to pay their own lire losses, put it up cash in advance, and then paid the insurance aggregation over 10 per cent, on the peoples' own money to keep the rest of the money for them. The people of the State have grown tiredof it and last winter passed a law through the Legislature to not give the insur ance people so much of our mnu ey and the insurance companies ciple. continue to kick and leave the As is usually the case with all State, as much as to sav, "if you rich estates, the John C. C. Mayo do not give us half of your own dwindled down to hog, we will not keep the other millions have value of less than five mil a cash half for you." lions. Men like ttrnos'e in fabuSenator Junius' stubbornness in lous wealth and other men like the Mt. Sterling postoflice ap to exaggerate what they know of pointment continues. He will their wealth for Jhe high standto nothing but that his man, ing it produces. 'Squire Turner, ba appointed. $ioo Reward. $ioo. Mr. Chiles, his opponent, has pro The readers of this paper will bo posed to have a primary in which is at all the patrons of the oflice may pleased to learn that there least one dreaded disease that sciparticipate; like Senator James provided at his home town of ence has been able to cere in all its Hall's Marion, then at Winchester. stages, and that is Catarrh. Catarrh Cure is the only positive Ch.les ofl'ers to pay all expenses if he wins and half the expenses cure now known to the medical fra being a constitu if ho loses, but Boss .lames says ternity. Catarrh tional disease, requires a constitu there shall be no primary. "The patrons of the oflice have no tionul treatment. Hull's Catarrh right to a voice. 1 am the one to Cure is taken internally, acting di"decide," according to Senator rectly upon the blood and mucous James' idea. James feels that surfaces of the system, thereby dehe is king of the Democratic pur-t- stroying the foundation of the dis He is Demo ease, and giving the p.itient strength in Kentucky. cratic only in name. His actions are autocratic. Any three of the by building up the constitution and present aspirants to the U. S. assisting nature in doing its work. Senate are ten fold better than The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers that they Boss Oiley. y of-f- Must lie Straight Ooods. A man whq owes us $0.00 nnd refuses to pay, and one we hear of having beaten others out. of much larger sums of money, was boosted recently in the "pick-up- " columns of a city exchange. A modest, honest man receives but few boosts, where a brazen, dishonest rascal can find a world of praise. Such is not the case in the Times ollictf. We will not blow up" a dishonest or unmor al man for love or money if we know him. A man must be straight goods if we give him any We will commendable words. not support a man of our own nartv for any oflice under the sun if we deem him less worthy than his opponent. This policy may not be good politics, but it is a reat pacifier of a fair mind and honest heart which we hope to have by a sacred adherance to what we know are right, prin- - USE HOPE MILLS FLOUR Talking About Flour Have you ever tried the PEAI'L brand? No. Kail imt to try it at tin' tirn opportunity if you would know what a goiid flour really U. We also make the PEERLESS SELF-RISIN- G FLOUR. If your grocer hadn't it ask li'in to gt it for you. With it bread niuking will be easy. Made by J. ANDREW CAIN, Versailles, Ky. We Are Showing the Latest Spring Styles of Men's Clothing and Hats AND Ladies' Dress Goods - and Millinery. Constitution notwithstanding. one hundred dollars for any case that.it fails to cure. Send for a- State control of the railroads list of testimonials. mounts to nothing because the Address K. .1. Cheney & Co., railroads control the State, and Toledo, O. they are apt to control the State Sold by all druggists, 7flc. so the State will control the railroads just ot suit them, theState Take Hall's Family Pills for eon Mrs. J. W. Williams. strpation. "1 B We are Showing a Complete Line of Starck Pianos I'notory 1'rioon IS No Money ill Ativnucn Satisfaction Gunr n n t o o (1 LmveHlNet CLOTHING, P A. STARCK PRKBIOCNT ToniiH a s i oh t A Saving ni SlOO to S2II II I'runi Fno tory Direct Spring Goods, Slippers, Etc. 30 . you will play uiwn. ua., U ""l"1?1- - A I we ,ml ,hlf f.or.3? hftli6?' grade, sweetest ,lay.1'- anil nt ,,le pluno uf "ot Hn.1 It tho toned finest In every"e. way, tlut you have over Been for tho money, you are ut perfect liberty to semi It back. anl we will. In that owe must iimko Kooti with you. 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Starck miarantml for Kviry ti Piano year. Ii a 2nd-Han- d Bargains We aro very bitter against the robberies now being imposed upon the people, iucludiug thoHe of the fire insurance companies. Wo frequently find some one to take the part of the big interests SHIMFESSEL'S 4prr 50 Free Music Lessens To every purchiwr ot Starck l'isnoa, trlve free luuaie lessons. In one of the beat known school! la Chicago. Tkese letaoui you ran take In your own home, by mall. This reprearnti one year's free luatructlon. tVe luitc constantly on bunl larue numUr of ilijlitly used and second hand pianos of alt standard makes taken In exchange lor new Starck Piano I and I'laj The follow lug are a few sample bjrgilui Weber Stein way Chickerlng Kimball Starck SU0.O0 02.00 80.0 95.00 195.00 Stank I'Ijmt I'Uhii are ii, ....ft i .i ful Player Pianos on the market. Von will be with Hie waoy e cluiivc t tbeae features wonderful Initrmnrnti, and will lie plnix-with tlx-ry low prices st which mcy can ue secured K.....1 ...l.m. I... . beautifully illustrated plana lok which fires you a large amount of Information rceardinir pianos. This book will iuterest and plcsie vou. Write to,lji- - Plaver.Planns aiarcx I B Piano Booic Free Send for our latest complete " second baud bargain, lltt, 1. A. STAKCK PIANO CO., -- maic i lliuuif J 11 IKJtWtl ii ...ai t, THE A HOMK-MAD- TIMES. K Dr. K. O. (Juorraiit, of Don't fail to see our laces nnd was here Friday looking nf. embroideries. Mrs. !. W. Williams. Wit-more, Nino hundred million bushels of wheat, n now record for the I'nited States, is the prospective TIIUKSDAY, dune 11, Hill. Mrs. (Seo. W. Anderson, Jr. total yield of the country this nnd children, of Mt. Sterling, year, according to announcement spent u few dnys with her par- by the Department of LOCAL BUKVITIES. ents, .Mr. ami Mrs. K. N. Wilson Miss Betsy .Inhnsmi is visitiiij; last week. ( Iut illicit', I'reston .Johnson, at (ieorire (J. Wilson is one of the Knowlttin, graduates of" the Law Department Uobt. Maker, of Portsmouth, of Tniversity of Louisville. Mr. Ohio, is viitinir his sister, Mrs. Wilson is .1 brother to Mrs. K. B. STRAWBERRY PLANTS E. N. Wilson. Fruit and Shade, Shrubs, AsparMcGlono, of this city. agus, drape Vines, Roses, I'eonies, Phlox, etc. Mises Maud and Lilly Bonne, More than, 200 newspaper men of Stanton, spent. Saturday with and their families are gathered Er thins for Mrs. .Myrtle Unrulier. at Dawon Springs tor the forty- - ORCHARD, LAWN and GARDEN. Mr. Moore, uf the Winchester lifth annual midsummer Meeting 'no AdUNTS I REU CATAI.OOS Sun, was in the Saturday tukiuu of the Kentucky I'ress Associa- H. P. HiIIenmeyer& Sons, ( tion. subscription for hi line daily. I'AI'EK. Orphanage, of which he is ter the interests of the Highland When in Need of Builder's Hardware, Cabinet Mantles, Grates, Tiles, TREES! Lexington, .Ky. Nurserymen Since 1841. Cooking or Heating Go to or Write Stoves, reports the arrival Cures Stubborn, Itchy Skin Troubles of a daughter at the home of Mr. "I could scratch myself to pieces" and Mrs. Sam Wiimo, Thursday, is often heard from sufferers of eczema, tetter, itch and Miiubr kin .luneMth. eruption"'. Don't scratch topthe I!ev. I.. V. Martin will deliver itching at once with Dr. a lecture on his travels over the Kc.eiaa Ointment. It firi-- t appliworld, in this city Friday ami cation starts healing; the red, rough Saturday u:hts. scaly, itching skin is soothed by the healing and cooling medicines. .Miss Olive Mc(Mone and brother, Bruce, visited Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. ('. A. Kinfeldt, Rock Island, K. B. McOlone at Clay City this HI., after using Dr IIobon's Kcze-niOintment, writes: "This is the week. Mnrchcad Mountaineer. Dr. .Martin Hob-son'- s a ( ( Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, (9 (9 8100,000 CAPITA T.. STOCK, SUH1'I.USAS1)U.V- ;i (9 i)iviui:u PKorrrs. uoo.ooo ( (9 TH K Winchester, tozsmT ftTv- AZ Ky. A eiT r OA T a r-- v m WlXCJIKSTKR llAXK, op WiNcnTiac, Ki, j,; Z; ' H terests here and at Spout Spring. lirt time in nine years I have been B. M. Mcl'herson, the tie man free from the dreadful ailment." of Winchester, was here Satur-da- y (iiuirantced. .0c at your druggist. looking ufter his timber inSubscribe for the Time. X.Hoi.t.Y Vinii:iti'ooN, Piu:.h. U. Si'iiAit, Casiiikh. Y()U K ACCOUNTS SOI.ICITKl) ' Hardwick & Co.'s Spring and Summer Always Lead to (Setter Health. Serious Moknesses start in disorders of the stomach, liver and kidneys. The bent corrective and preventive is Dr. King's New Life Pills. They purify the blood prevent constipation, keep liver, kidneys and bowels in healthy condition. Give you. better heulth -- by ridding the system of ' fermenting and gassy foods. Effective and mild. 2.ie at your drugjrist. buoklen's Arnica Salve for all hurts. Portlier Clay City Boy Injured. While riding his motorcycle ut Dorie Winchester Saturday, Wood, formerly of this city, collided with a handcar while cross-in- g the L. iV iN. track. Mr. Wood was very painfully, though not seriously injured. Coughs and Lolds Weaken the System m 5i Mud V Come to Our Ston And let us show you what a nice line of'goods we carry. 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 satisfy your wants in everything, and know can save you money. If you are interested in saving money on your purchases, anc! have never dealt with us, we ask you to give us a chance to prove to you, as we have proven to our many customers, that we can give you more for your money than you can "High quality, low prices" is our motto. We try to keep get elsewhere. as near as it is possible every thing that the people want, bdi of course can not here call attention to every thing. Want you to know, however, that we are sole agents for the following lines. "Qiteen Qyality" and pBobinn Favorite" Slices 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 Loots. " air Over" Shoes for Men in the new and staple styles in paten: leathers, and tan, in button and lace Oxfords and regular Shces. Hart, Sc! & Marx and "The Matchless" brand Clothing for Men. "Aslor" brar.d Hats for Men and Boys, "Artow" brand Men's Shirts and Collars. AuJ 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 hoee, crochet cottons. Women's and Men's Neckwear, Women'. Misses' and Children's Hats, Women's and Men's Nainsook, cotton and knit Underwtiii, lace Curtains, wall paper. Carpets, Trunks, suit cases, Saddles, buggy and work Harness, Oliver chilled Plows, Oliver Cultivators, k Stoves the Bam Wagons and etc., and etc. We are selling Crovwi fl jurat $2.1 per hundred or 65c for 25 lbs.; Monarch flour at $2 40 per hundred. u 60c for 25 lbs.; every sack guaranteed this is Kentucky ilour Su&ai. Jo lbs. for $1.00, $4.75 per hundred, and roasted codec, I2.c er pound run-metari-nread.v-t-we- Our stock of Dry Goods, Notion1-- , Groceries, Hardware, Clothing, Sheet- - and etc. is replete with Variety, Style and Quality. THIS CO.MIMNLT) WITH Oil Continued coughs, colds and bronchial trouble are depressing Los of and weaken the system. weight and appetite generally follow. Get a oOc bottle of Dr. King's New Disci. very today. It will stop your cough. The first dose helps. Tlic best medicine for stubborn coughs, colds and all throat and Mr. O. II. Brown, Jui'g troubles. Muscatine, Ala., writee: ".My wife was sick during the hot summer mouths and I honestly believe Dr. King's Xtw Discovery cuved her life." (iood for children. ."iDc and SI, at your druggist. Low Prices Make it to your interest to give us a good sh ire of your trade. catts-- e AVo strive to pleate our customers be- - we know satisfied customers a re our best at ets. Yours to please, & 2g r- - WALDRON & JOHNSON Ky. When you want Shoes, ft i Waltersville, Hardwick usKsrrrsKrr & Co., Stanton. 1.B don't forget Williams', Popular Polishes Black, Tan and White uui ut. tv 1 muni . I u 10c J Easy-Opening-Bo- K" W mo UUIH . SHOE POUSHE TUB F. F. D ALLEY CO LTD., BUFFALO, N. Y. Hamilton. Ont. Wo received a The county hap put a new llooi Mot Weather Tonic ami Health Builder linnnf have just Ictttsirt rtt itO trt it t over the Waltersville bridge at i Are you rundown nervous tired? Chlviots and Foplins. cost of about $250. The Hour had Is H. JI. Mcl'lierson, of Winches-lor- , everything you do an effort? You become very dangerous. Mrs, .1. W.Williams, Make Your Wet Land Productive, who li.te a' interest in the are not Uzy you are sick! Youri lly the ush of drain tile you cut. THE OWNERSHIP, Bilker timber job here, was over STATUA1BNT OHCIRCULATION, ETC. stomach, liver, kidneys.' and whole' OVER OK YEARS" MANAOEHENT, uselifS, swamturn that low, Saturday. EXPERIENCE system need a tonic. A tonic and REQUIRED IIY THE ACT Or- AUpy field into the most productive GUST 24, 1913, health builder to drive out the wasje Hood tile, spot on your farm. Lloyd Todd is at the bedside of of The Clay City Times, publish- matter build you up and renew properly placed, not only carries off his mother. Mrs. Niuiiih McKin Clay City, Ky., for your strength. Nothing better than surplus water, it admits air to the The end is ed weekly at ik'V in Olurk county. soil and makes it easy to work. April 1, 1M I. Mrs, Elietrie Bitters. Start today. thought to 'jp near. It improves any soil. The lnereart! Trade Marks Kditor, J. K. Uurgher, Clay .lames Duncan, Ilnynesville, Me , Designs in the value of the land is many Mr. and Mrs. Moses Mcliinney ; City, Ky. Copyrights Ac. writes: "Completely cured nie aftune, the cost of the tile. Tile fiist Anrnne nenrtlng a .k.lrh mid dosorlntlnn nmy 'Squire and Mrs. Slielt McKin-ieMumming Editor, J. K. opinion freo whether an year' crop from tiled land iyter several doctors gave me up." quickly fucertulii o ir nitletttiililn. Oomnitiiilrn. Inrpiitlnn U prnhnhlr Clay City, Kv. spent Sundav with the famiHAN0B00K oil Tamils tl.iiinnrlcllTeciiilldeixOil. , for it. Any body can' do the work oOc and 1, at your druggists. fritA. CllilRNt AirfHlCr for UnruNll DfltPlllfl. r.ileiitg Ukcn tnrmntli AIuiui A Co. ly of 'Squire Chas. Welch at Business Managers, .1. K. Bur'successfully. Write for particuBpeeial notice, without cbjirse, lutbe ISiicklen's Arnica Salve lor cuts. gher, Clay City, Kv. lars or eill at out plant. Vaughn's Mill. Scientific JUneiicnn. Clay Publisher, J. E. Burgher, "e have just received a full line Red River Brick & Tile Ahandiomely IHnMriitwl weeklr. Clay City a Popular Place. City, Ky. of any sfleniltlo Imirtml. Terms, fl of women's rust proof corsets in yonrt four montbi, f L Sold by all newUtHlers. a Owner, .1. E. Burgher, Clay different styles at SI 00, 81 60 and MllNN&Go.3B,B'Md"" New York There seems to Ikmi number of Company, traveling; men hanging about City, Ky. 00. Every one guaranteed. lirnch omen, 62S F St, WalhlMion. I. U. KENTUCKY. STANTON' Mrs. .1. W. Will'ams. Known bondholders, mortga(Jluy City these hot days. Our tpleudid watering facilities, gees, and other security holders, ... holding 1 per cent, or more of hhady streets and excellent ice total amount ot bonds, mortgart;ani parlors seem to appeal to ges, or other securities : None. Onlrttlv relUvA nhnrnitlm. florft Mm their fancy. We welcome you, (Signed) J. E. Hi;naiiKi:. rlpn. Seurnlniii. lUckkrlit. Headache and paint, tour nioarr ihick u ian 10 in n gentlemen. If we have to keep in m here anr ache in anr Dart of the Sworn to and subscribed before fiitecn minut time. you up, let us boaad you at. home. ovc. At Jill uruggms, me this 1th day of .Mine, HIM. mob?. tad clrenUr tent en riuciU And too we like to have such B0URBCN REMEDY COMPANY. Addison T. Wiiitt, Uihgton. Ky. .32 East Main St, jolly fellows with us to cheer us Notary I'nblic, 1'. C. Ky. on our way. (My Commission expires .Ian. I nice 11 SPOUT SPRING. Ti 1 Farm Drain Tile wi-t, J - y lur-ghe- . r, - llL rec-lr- - r r 111 11 KEEPS YOUR HOME FRESH 2XLEAN III Mil 111 all V( J Trust Laws Annulled. L'JJ, 15)18.) The anti-trulaws of Kentucky were decided by the United States Supreme Court to be because of unconstitutional "vagueness" and unreasonable demands, the opinion being delivered in the Harvester Trust cases. This means that all lines against trusts in this State are illegal and that the people are at their mercv. What next? st Combination Pneumatic Sweeper HpHIS e, DUNTLEY Sweeper cleans without raising dust, and nt the same time picks up pins, lint, ravchngs, 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 lifting all heavy furniture. The Great Labor Saver of the Home Every home, large or Swiftly-SweepinEasy-Runni- Don't fail to see the! nice line of Shoes at Williams'. vfnr.fw pMMtZ2&$ 1 fJL 1 sit RICHMOND, KY, !llif!! trfygUM nrrwn rriT.na.1um, ?T I Iliili J Training SchopI for Teachers Conrfi' to Elrmfii(r and Li la HtAlP r r PuMtr Valll A School of Kentiukr, J la all Kre small, can enjoy relief from Broom drudgery and protection from , the danger of Hying dust. frcU aML Duntley Is the Pioneer of Pneumatic Szveepars Oufw . Tuiil,a li?,t1?rm to At tnlturli'l,DPWtnolPlirinl, nw rQunriDiun uuiinnc prtWliool,dTartmflrricM. wIl ftilprK-H. The Ladies' Aid of the Chris ti.ui church will give an ice cream supper in the church yard oauiruay ingiit. everyone in' vited. For Sale. Iomrtl flrtra" lrinrrtf. 8nitl Tfrm Norembrr IH, ThlM Term Jnuuar? Fturth Term April 7, Summer Hcaoot rot Jun Ift. p. J lit liliA'11'" Has the combination of the Pneumatic Suction Nozzle and revolving lirmli. Very easily operated and absolutely guar- ny mil give amecu. in Duying a vacuum gleaner, the Duntley a trial in our home at our expense.' Write today lor lull particulars A(l HINTS WANTED OUNTLEV PNEUHAT-SWEEI'EK C3., Ojul S. MnU St., Chicago. i I TZ'fm I III Wthe Lamp Oil that oaves Eyes mi f Cornet, quick change to "A", practically new. Apply at this ollice. t, CHRISTIAN CHURCH. I Services 2nd and 1th Sundays, both morning and night. Bible School, every Sunday morning. 10:00 A. M. Uible Stndy, every Wednesday, INothfnc H morn imrortont In the no me mil fK'.ir. KIC'IUIV l!ir it. Ir.Kiim thli by iictllne tho oil Unit burns clear and. olpr.a without n lllcker aoirn tn the last drop. 1', nnsjlrunla cxmleoll reOncrt to Cft no unit thin the Inferior tankwacon oIN -- tnves MONEY ivcs WO R K naves evet. ' Ynur rihito htt SOLITn Oil. In mrrcis uiivci I rum our works. promptly olutnetl in ndl cotuurit OR NO FCC. COULD SCARCELY on SMlilC MOW niru uiifs hiii to li p.Uent lav? and oilier v it uaU mitlOOTAIN TO I'huto, lor v r tleut 'Draft. In StltlllM far lnvtnaTil rW nt; SELL k" i partner. iDlorutAtioa. PATENTS. D, Chas. C. StoII Wb 8:00 P.M. Ladies' Aid meets Thursday, every two weeks, :00 P. M. D. II. Matherly, Pastor. IJ Oil Co. Lexington, Ky. Refiner? at Warren, Pa. 303 Seventh St., SWIFT & CO. PATEMT AVvrno I WALK ABOUT And For Three Summers Mrs. Vin-ce- Washington, D. C. tell the celebrated "No Carb" Auto OIL Was Unable to Attend to Any of Her Housework. believe I would have died if taken it. I hadn't lLook, Look! The train of business is ..j.4 188.8.131.52.184.108.40.206.220.127.116.11.4.4.41. ONE m ejl After I began taking Cardui, I was greatly helped, and all three bottles relieved me entirely. I fattened up, and grew so much stronger in three months, I felt like another person altogether." MO? down the throat of a "eapey" the worms chicken destroy nnd avo fts cblcU's llle. A f sw dropi In the drlnklne water rolling down the space of time. CURES ar)d PREVENTS GAPES anl other chick diseases. Economy is worth its weight in Hold. We have on hand We a general line of Merchandise to offer to the trade. auk you to come in our store, give us your call, and see qnal-ity Bourbon Poultry Cure r ....-- nnuitrv mlier should keeo a bottlo of thli medicine on hand. Write for free sample and Booklet on "Diseases o Fowls." Address, I. One 50c Bottle of . just what we have in stock to sell. Our prices und Makes 12 Gallons of Medicine. EST of goods will meet your choice in selection. Come on with your orders; one will be sulllchnt proof to convince you of the matter that we will treat you right in all dealings in business transactions. Dollars stved in buying youi goods from us. Listen to these prices : One No. 7 Stove, complete, 811.00. One set of Buggy Harness, $12.50; best head rice, full supp'y, per lb., SJc; tin ware, full oatfit from Ac to Ifie per piece. Coffee, per lb. 2 lb. lots, llic. Boys' Hats, one dollar value now going at 7fic as long'as they are on 6toek. Men's Hats, a full line of them, 81 to $2.50. .Simpson Calico, per yd., (iAc, Hinghaws, 10c,yd., OOc Dress Linen now on sale at .'5c. Please make us a visit and see these things with your own eye, then you can 6ee cleaily all what we are telling y.m TOOT! TOOT! TOOT! Make haste, train is about, on time. BOURBON REM COUPW, Lfilsjtoa. U Pleasant Hill, N. C "I suffered for three summers," writes Mrs. Walter Vin'cent, of this town, "and the third and last time, was my worst. I had dreadful nervous headaches and prostration, and was scarcely able to walk about. Could not do any of my housework. I also had dreadful pains In my back and sides and when one of those weak, sinking spells would come on me, I would have t0 eive up and Iie down until it wore off I was certainly 'in a dreadful state of health, when I Anally decided to try Cardui. the woman's tonic, and I firmly Cardui is purely vegetable and gentle-actin- g. Its ingredients have a mild, tonic effect, on the womanly constitution. Cardui makes for increased strength, improves the appetite, tones up the nervous system, and helps to make pale, sallow cheeks, fresh and rosy. Cardui has helped more than a million weak women, during the past 50 years. It will surely do for you, what it has done for them. Try Cardui today. Write to: Chituneota Medietas Co.. Udles' AJ. viory Dept.. OulUnonsa, Trnn.. for Svrcial n. book, "Hoina ttmctioiit on mr cat n4 1 reatmcnt fur V uoiea." sent 1p plilQ wrapper. J.6S 4-- Faint is liquid money. You spread it over your house and then sun, wind, rain and dust beat upon it in the effort to wear it out and get at the wood. Bye and bye you have to do it all over again but less often with i in Hanna's Green Seal Paint than with others. When you think of the cost of paint and painting, remember that one labor. third is paint and It costs more to put on a poor paint than a good one. Use the paint that lasts longest. two-thir4 A. M. Lowe & no., ROSSLYN'S BUSY BEE STORE. FOR SALE BY Baton Ss IVlcGuire, Glay Gity, Ky. ' Atkinson 5c Lylc. Stanton,