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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): June 18, 1914 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1914 cla1914061801_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 18, 1914 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1914 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CLAY CITY TIMES. SI. on a Year In Advance. We are here to help Clay City. the SurroniiJini; Cooniry and Ourselves. .1. 15. Burgher, 1'iillisher. VOL. XIX. The nost Competent Mnn Air. Claude Tlinmsis, of I'aris, CLAY'OITY. KY., TITURSDAY JUNE 38. J 911. NO. 25 A Parting Word from MUs Stamps. Blames L. & N. Mr. M. L. Con ley, SuperintendFor almost three years, 1 have K. 11. K. tlmt lived at the llighland Orphans' Bourbon county, has formally an- ent of the O. nounced himself a caiulidate for runs from" Jackson on up to near Home, giving ,ihuch of hand Congressman for, our district. West Liberty, in Morgan county, and heart, much of my very t,o the iptotests and to the This is one man whom every was in the city yesterduy, and in Democrat in I'owell county can discussing the extremely high boys and girlsof this institution. vote for and have no bad taste in rates for hauling freight over the During this .turtle 1 have known his mouth afterwards. Mr.Thom-a- s L. & IS. It. II. from this and oth- the joy of having ti number of of our er points on this line, said his the children c6irre into theChurch. is the very anti-thesi- s life-blood - road stood out for the standard 1 have seencpnditions among rates to the last, claiming they them improve visibly. I have were plenty high enough, but exper.enced tlje keen delight of the men in control of the L. A: IS. generous, lielpful)VsXveet interest forced his road to the higher manifested by- numerous friends rates, which are now almost pro in different States. Indeed, the hibitive for everything but coal work so iloujlsjied find I was so and lumber. These two articles happy with this bjg, loving, aftake a classification separate and fectionate family that 1 scarcely distinct to themselves and were realized the weight' of the burden thus not affected. resting upon me,. let the time was said by one shipper has come when IanV anxious that it from my from here that very little notice the burdenjbe"liftted whs given for this raise in rates shoulders orito the strong, douand that the law v Inch requires ble shouldersiof.a- good man and an advance in rates over any road wife, and Imuii hoping we may to be well advertised was not soon possibly tliisweek have I'omplied with. If this be true a couple to relieve me. Feeling our K. li. Commission should it should be '.an undertaking inlook into the matter, as it is very deed to pay; a personal good-bimportant to Winchester that call to each of(tliefreinds around they get the benelit of as low and about Clay.Crty and Meehan-lcsvill- e and llsewhef in this virates as possible over this particcinity, who Rave- so added to my ular road. Winchester Sun. Just as the Times predicted. pleasure as welhaA to the materlist. We have done everything in our ial welfare." bf "jthieiJ institution Mr. Thomas lias always been power to have the laws of the during hiy lifehfgeI takejhis ccureseinK my an- "and is opposed to everything that State prohibiting one railroad opportunity 531 and towaft .. the saloon represents .while his. froinquiringtii competing line preciation eiiforcedf.-mTclie?$!pTroifetft reTiple'nave to rnem oi lovins: 'i v . .. .1 .... S'71 . pioueit i ne fuiiiuii it in i wiimhcj given us very little encourage- thought and nSwell. I hesitate, men whenever he has had the op- ment, and the Attorney General, indeed, to mention, and vef, unportunity." whose duty it is to enforce this der all of the circumstances I Mr. Thomas graduated from law, says he will not do so under hesitate to close without mentioning the fact that upon my years ago; the present circumstances. L'rinceton twenty-fivWe suggest that the name of return from a recent visit to my has served in both branches of Legislature, and was Kentucky be taken from our old "Home, Sweet Home" in our State Consul to Marseilles under Cleve- State and substitute instead the Tennessee, 1 found that the watland's administration; he is a Commonwealth of the L. oc N. : ers of this institution, for some farmer and a friend of the farm- with Attorney General James reason, had become troubled. 1 knew all tempests were beneath ers and is the most competent Garuett as Chief Counsel. his control, and even now, lie man to represent ourdistrict, and Powell Farmers Should Attend. hath spoken "Peace, He Still'". he is in every way prepaied to There will boa demonstration Truly, God hath power to reveal best look after the interests of of machinery suitable for prepar- what He willeth, to put down the farmer. There has never been a time ing limestone tor agricultural that lie desireth, in His own wav, in.His own time. t during Mr. Thomas' public life purposes a. the Kentucky Station farm at LexingGood-by- , he has in the remotest way good people, "God that been accused of graft. His rec- ton during the week beginning be with you till we meet again" ord is clean and open to every Monday, June '22in. On Thurs- and "Jehovah watch between the one; he was a member of the day, the :.th, and Friday, the children of this Home and me General Assembly when W. O. 2(Wh of June, prominent speak- when wo are absent one from anBradley was elected V. S. Sena- ers will deliver addresses upon other." tor over Beckham and he lias soil fertility and the use of lime Believo me, made several statements con- in agriculture. Cordially, The machines which will be cerning the actions of !. CampClementina Stamps. bell Cantrill, who was also a demonstrate are portable sizes member of the General Assem- suitable for the use of individual Breaks Down Wagon. bly at the time, which have farmers or small companies. Hay McKinney broke a splendid There will be several of the lead- - axle in his wagon this week while never been denied. ling types on exiiiiminn, ana an pausing over the railroad ciossing A reader of the Times from opportunity will be given to see at Virden. lit- had occasion to Stanton forwarded the article a the machines in operation, and pass diagonally over the crowing bove to this ollice the day after to form some opinion as to the and the railing was so much highfor Con- cost of these machines and their er than the side planks that one Mr. gress. The writer of this article output. hind wheel L'ot turned in the di- Information in regard to this vix'tin-- i nf llirt mil lnvnLiii!' till! is not alone in Stanton for Mr. Thomas, but insteai, a large ma- demonstration and literature on axlo and twisting the whl-t- out of jority at the county seat is fur the use of ground limestone may 'shape. Tle law requires all cross-- ) him. We still stick to our first be had free of chargot,by address-in- g ings to have planks on both sides the Agricultural Experiment nf each rail at least a hall inch venture, Mr. Thomas will get Station, Lexington, Ky. two votes in I'owell county for hiy her than the rail, hut then no George Koborts, Agronomist, law applies to the L? & N.; and we uvujy one Mr. Cantrill gets an.l we beli.evo ho will beat this. Ky. Agricult'l ISxperm't Station. venture the assertion Unit there th crossings in are not Miss Kitty llisle, of Kichinond "Go to church Sunday" is a tin county tlut conform, to the visited hur aunt, Mrs. - Win. slogan that should be kept up. law. Mount., Sr., hero last week. Judge Mann will occupy the pulpit ut the Methodist church both Shoes foriall the famAndy Hampton, of Indian Sunday morning and evening. He Fields, visited John Scott this ily Williams'. should have a crowded house. wo.uk. present Congressman, .1. Campbell Cantrill, on the liquor question. Mr. Thomas has been instrumental in putting through every temperance statute which 'we have in Kentucky; he was an . i a'dent supporter ot the county unit bill and was instrumental in l having it passed, while Mr. opposed it in every way possible, lie has always been heartily in f.ivor of the bill, while Mr. Cantrill voted, against it. Mr. Thomas has been in touch with the farmers and farming conditions all his life, and if he is elected to Congress lie will look after the interests of the fanners of his district, which has been sadly neglected during the administration of the present incumbent, Mr. Cantrill having yited for every tarill question which has been submitted putting farm probucts on the free Can-trilWebb-Ken-yo- n - - - y " avsage ! -- I e - 1 Thomas-announce- d l ... f one-thir- . at Gother Martin left Saturday for McHoberts to play ball for th Clifton Chancy was in Jackson McKoberts team. They were deseveral days last week on busi- feated. Gother will remain and work as a lineman while Albert ness. returned home Monday. Mr. M. S. Cram, of Jackson, The writer overlooked an imwas here over Sunday looking afportant item handed in to him ter his interests. last week. Mrs. Anna Creed win Mr. John Hatton visited his called to Lexington to attend th brother, Henry, in Montgomery funeral of her nephew, Mr. Clarcounty last week. ence Salee. After a few da Mr. and Mrs Saunders, of visit there she returned home. O.j are here this week D. K. CI uk visited his daughattending Circuit Court. ter, Mrs. Irvie Coulee, of Walnut Mr. William llardwick was in Grove in Fayette county Louisville last week buying goods While there he helped to and visiting his daughter. put out a fire in the barn of Ob" Mrs. Callie I'arker, of Cincin- Chenault near Atheiw thus sax nati, is visiting with Mr. Ide ing a .f2,0()0 building. But for his hard work the barn could not Boone's family this week. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Blackburn have been saved. Mr. Ben Sewell, a rising youu are visiting Mrs. Blackburn's parents at Winchester this week. business man of Jackson, and Miss Anna llardwick, daughter Mr. Mrs. Clarence Hadden of Mr. ana Mrs. Villiam Ih'rd-wicand children, of Montgomery and one of Stanton's beaucounty, are visiting Mr. D. II. tiful and accomplished young laClark's family this week. dies, were married Wednesday Mr. Ide Boone would appreci- morning of this week and lei ate it if any one findiug a pair of immediately for a wedding trip. glasses on the streets would Rev. L. F. Marlin was in town please return them to him. Tuesday of this week to diaw up Mr. Collins, our depot agent, a deed to a home he has bought and Mrs. Collins have left for in Clay City. He has bought U i cjj ni o n d xa a d, . Cy q h i a n a.w h ere thejMace .whetfeMr.'Burrpl Akers way .vviir"Visit' fhbfr relatives." - jlyres, 'and will'mo've. the're the, mouth.,' He. will rcg J6.M m. Ab.llul , o f - M t : lirst many turn to Mexico as soon as iho Sterling, visited their friends and Mr. Hall's mother, war situation clears up and leave Mrs. S. I). Hall, this past week. his family here. He has bought one hundred acres of rich land in Misses Lillie and Maude Boone Mexico. have returned from Ilardwick's Everybody in Stanton is comCreek, where they have been visiting their sister, Mrs. Fred mending the editor of the Clay City Tunes for his position in th" Ware. race between J. C. Cantrill and Misses Dora and Alice l'atrick, Hon. Claude M. Thomas for Conof Clay City, visited Miss Ora gress. The writer took a cauva. Watson last week. They all left of the town this week and limN for ISstill county to visit their that nearly everybody else is for relatives there. Thomas. They all say that he is The household goods of Mr. and the cleanest man and will Mrs. Salee, new teachers at tlio strong in this county. They a College for the coming year, have Cantrill because of hi arrived. They will be here about being a whiskey man. the first of July. Mr. Nieji Arthur, of North Mr. Melvin Myers and Mis Ki- Bend, had the misfortune to bo ln Lewis, daughter of I "oik Lewis bitten by a copperhead last week of Cane Creek Gap, took out a on the hand. It is swollen veiy Marriage license to marry Thurs- much hut Dr. Johnson is looking day of this week. after it. If everybody would .Mrs. Hanley's Sunday School keep permaugiiiiate of potash mi class met at her home Tuesday of hand for snake bites it might this week and spent an enjoya-hi- the means of saving life. It as the best remedy Miss l'ntsy Abner time. took a picture of the young la- for snake bites there is. Fi cents worth would last for years. dies. As soon as one is bitten ho inu' The ice cream upper given by rub the potash in the bite, the Ladies' Aid of the Christian Thcounteracts poison, "hurcli was a grear success and writer carries this with him oi brought thorn in over fid. They all his trips. appreciated the patronage of the thu Circuit Court is in people. week. There is a very light Teachers' examination on Fri-- ' docket on hands. The most imday of this week. This examina-tioportant case will be that of Joh i is for both State and county Clair for the killing of Buiuiuer certificate-- The remaining touch-er- s Spicer in Breathitt county. Is will he employed the first was called for trial on WednesSaturday in July. day morning, ruder Judge A letter was received tjiis week ruling we are absolutely unfrom Miss F.sther Broad, of Buf- able to do a thing with the ma.i falo, N. Y. She misses everybody who goes to Winchester oranv in Stanton and longs for the other town and gets whiskey for grounds. She will spend a any other person. Wo thought part of the summer at the that the law prohibited aiiy 'from going to a town an Continued on t'ouith lUcc. Messrs. Albert Skidinoro mid STANTON NEWS. Mid-dletow- ad I 1 of-.th- e rti li- e l'm-so- - se-si- n . Ben-ten'- s cro-qu- Chun-tiuiqu- pei-so- u 1 s THE TIMES. rUULISHi:!' KVKKV THURSDAY. mid the temperance people do visiting Mr. Curfis's father, A. J. not seem to have the nerve to Curtis, near Spout Spring this make a determined elFort against week. the odds. Harrndshurg Leader, H. K. lilantfiii will conduct the Sulucrlption ratenSl a year or three .1. years in ndviincu U. Wurghcr, Publisher. second-clas- Entered Thursday, s mnll matter. Juno 18, 1014. CLUB KATES. For the convenience of our subscribers, we have arranged club rates with the following wipers at priceg below mentioned : The Times and " Cincinnati Enquirer 11.00 " Louisville Herald 100 Home and Farm 80 " Inland Farmer 80 " Southern Agriculturist SO Again the country people have I cen sold out and too after the country towns had helped the 'I artiest to light the battle. The insurance war i. over. The rates are to be raised in the country from 10 to 25 per cent., while they will be lowered in the cities JO per cent, and on tobacco warehouses 15 per cent. This is the wickedest ever perpet trated upon the common people and it should be resented by tnem in torever witnnoluing any support of the gentlemen (?) who sanctioned it. The Times has ten times the respect for the insurance companies that it has for the representatives of the State who sold us out. The country t jieople fought the battle, the city people lined up for the insur- jance companies, and in the settlement the cities get the lower 'rates and the country people get raised 25... Simultaneously with the :om- iromise, Judge Stout, of the 'I'ranklin Circuit Court, decided the new iusuranco law unconstitutional so the provisions of the t could be enforced. What a pity, what a shame on old Kentucky, or rather the Common-wealtof the L. & N. and other corporations for they control the old State completely. The people have not the ghost of a show where these corporations interfere. sell-ou, &ell-ouh services at Jackson Chapel next SPRING. Sunday as the pastor, llev. W. Born, Thursday, JuneJJth to I'. Fryman, will not be present. Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Christopher, The baptizing will not take place until next month. a sou. Hurry Ilnll and daughter visited relatives at Levee Saturday and Sunday. We are glad to note that Frank lin Margison has been engaged to teach our school again. iMr. Margison is a good teacher and gives satisfaction to tho patrons Absolute oalety, and the of the school. Careful, Coutteous ConsiderJohn T. Wriuht has bought ation of your Business Wants. Cieo. S. Ware's stock of goods and moved the same to his place Can any Bank of business. This leaves only offer You mote? two stores for Spout Sprint:. Many people regret the retireCapital. - . - $25,000.00 ment of Mr. Ware from the busSurplus and profits over 0,000,00 iness world. Shareholders liability, 25.000.00 We Are Showing the Latest Spring Styles of SPOUT . Men's Clothing and We Offer You Hats AND 1 Ladies' Dress Goods and Millinery. Mrs. J. W. Williams. Kimbrell. Jus D. Cottman visited his cousin, Joseph Cottman at Log Lick last Sunday. The Juniors held memorial services at the grave of Samuel Embs last Sunday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Owen Patrick have been visiting relatives in Clark county the past week. Mrs. Kate Shephard, of Rich, moud, visited her sister, Mrs. J. W. Tuttle the first of the week. Mr. Morlin Curtis and wife are All of which is a Margin of Safety for Your Funds on IT epos' t here. 3 INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. Clay City "National 'Bank, clay J cirry, Kentucky. f Member Federal Reserve Bank Sytem oi th United States. ' ! FREE for Women. Send us your name 'and address ancLAwill, send you twelve boxes of our WATERLBMrVINDOW WASHER, which you will sell forfenty-fiv- e cents per box, returning to us the three dollars, and we will send you FREE ior your work a set of Rodgers Silver Spoons. Send no money, we trust you. E very o ne needs Waterless Window W asner. Starck Pianos iiiAdvanco SatlHfoc-lio- u Guar LowetitNet No Money anteed Prions Fa ot ory Waterless Window Washer Mfg. Winchester, Ky. Co., P, A. STARCK PRCSIDCNT Terms Easiest A S20 0FacFrom tory Direct Saving o! SlOO to J. C. Cantrill, who aspires to represent us uguin in Congress, is against the people of this coun try saying whether want or not. Ho is opposed to the measure coining bpforo the people in which u fraction over of the State Legisla-ttore- s can prevent the amendment to the Federal constitution. Mr. Cantrill knows that if the people have the opportunity they y.ill put liquor out of this country. He doesn't want the to have a say, though it takes majority. He the liquor people counldn't if it were out of the land. Mr. Thomas believes in allowing tKe people a chance to say whether or not we shall have liquor. He belioves in the peo pie ruling. Mr. Cantrill believes in the whiskey people only ruling. Which are you for? The reply comes back in thunderous tones, "(live us Thomas", and wo will, by a voice of the people. t.-eciue-foiirt- We are Showing a Complete Line-o- f Wo will ship you a beautiful Starck Piano for 30 tlaya free trial. In your home. No cash payment required. All we ask Is that you will play uion. usi-antest this piano for 30 days. If, at the end of that time, you do not tlnd It the highest grade, sweetest toned and finest piano In every way, that you have ever seen for the money, you are at perfect liberty to send It back, and we will. In that event, pay the freight both ways. This titarck I'lano must make good with you. or there Is no sale. 30 DAYS' FREE TRIAL Save $150.00 or More Easy Payments You pay no cash down, but after 30 days of trial, you can begin payment on the low. est, easiest terms ever suggested by a piano These terms are arranged to manufacturer. suit your convenience, and It Is possible, to buy a piano for your home, withou missing tho money, . h CLOTHING, Call and see our Line and get our Prices. We can fit you in Complete Style at Low Cost. We ship direct to you from our factory, at prices that taie you upwards of $ ISO. 00 in the We guarantee to furnish cobt ot your piano. you a better piano for the money than you can umire elsewhere. You are assured of receiving a satisfactory sweet toned durable high grade piano. I 25-Ye- ar Guarantee 0. aiarcK s l'layer-1'iano- peo-pi- e Spring Goods, Slippers, "Etc. I Kvcry Starck Piano i guaranteed years. for has back This guarantee of It our 33 years ol piano experience, and the reputation of an responsible piano bouse. 2nd-Ha- nd Bargains Player-Piano- ti three-fourth- s 50 Free Muslo Lessons To every purchaser of .Starck Pianos, we give free music lessons, in one of the best known schools in Chicago. These lessons you ran take In your own home, by mall. This represents one year's free Instruction. We have constantly on hand a large number of slightly used and secondhand pianos of all standard makes taken In exchange for new Starck Pianos and I'layer-l'lanoThe following are a few sample bargains i the best and most beautb tul Player Starck are Weber Stelnway Chickeiing Kimball Starck second-han- $110.00 82.00 80.00 83.00 105.00 bargain list. Pianos on the market. You will be delighted witli the many exclusive features of these wonderful instruments, and will Iw pleased with the very low prices at which they can be Secured. Piano Book Free Send todav for our new beautifully Illustrated piano liook which gives you a large amount of Informs tlon regarding pianos. This book will Interest and please you. Write today. Send for our latest complete I. A. STARCK PIANO CO., 1384 Sfnrok IllJg.. CniCAGy, "WE USE" DANIEL BOONE AXLE GREASE You Will See It. Wo would like to see Hon. t'Jaud.e Thomas "beut thelillin' t ut of Congressman Cantrill in SHIMFESSELS Made in Kentucky by CHAS. C. STOLL OIL And don't have to greate but once a week. CO. Lexington, Ky. the Seventh. The trouble is that Cantrill has un organization that is about the best in the State, , THE A HOMK-MADK.I'Al'- TIMES. 18, The ice crenm supper at the Christian church Saturday night was a decided success. A nice 8ii m was realized by the good sisters to aid the church Frank Russell on the Job. Com-pan- y THURSDAY, .hino 1014. The Trust Company to which LOCAL BREVITIES. the Day Lumber it Coal assigned has appointed J. 11 Dawson, ctf Winchester, Frank B. Russell its agent to was mi t lie city Tuesday on busi wind up the business of the Comncss. pany. Mr. Russell has been in the city several days recently Mrs. Lutlier Loving and chil dren left tlie hist of the week to looking after the affairs here. visit her parents at Bowling Mr. Russell is a man for the place, and he certainly Green. can get more out of the property, Coleman Port wood, one of Clay possibly, than any other man. City's former splendid citizens, An Invitation. spent a short, time in the city the The Methodist church of Clay of the week. lirst City has been lifted up nicely on Miss Evaline Batson, of Win- the inside' and the church is gochester, is visiting her aunt, Mrs. ing to have a rally on next SunWm. Motintz, Sr., and other rel- day, the 21st, and most cordially atives of this city. invites all the people of every M. 0. Wilson, the cattle man, church to come and worship with was in our county Thursday of us and rejoice with us on this oc last, week and bought another casion, there will be no collec tion asked for on that day for the big drove of cattle. repairs are all paid for. We inEld. L. F. Martin has bought vite the people of Hardwick's of Barrel Akers his splendid Creek, Rosslyn, Spout Spring, property in the east end' of town Jackson chapel, and every one and will move his family here else to cr.me. There will be no later. basket dinner, but the good people of Clay City will feed every Mr. and Mrs. Owen Patrick, of one on that day that comes to the Kimbrell, visited relatives in meeting from out of town. the city Thursday and went from here to Winchester where they Loughs and Colds Weaken the System will visit other relatives. Continued coughs, colds and Mr. and Mrs. It. W. Garrett, bronchial troubles are depressing and granddaqchter, little Eunice and weaken the system. Loss of weight and appetite generally fol Carr, visited Mr. and Mrs. low. Get a 50c bottle of Dr. King's Con-ledaughter, Mrs. George New Discovery today. It will stop near Richmond last week. your cough. The first dose helps. Automobile accidents were never The best medicine for stubborn more numerous than at present. coughs, colds and alFthroatT arid Deaths arc resulting every day lung troubles. Mr. 0. II. Hrown, from thwe nccidents. Sixty were Muscatine, Ala., writes: "My wife killed outright by autos in this was sick during the hot summer country in the month of May and months and I honestly believe Dr. more than one hundred were bad- King's Nov Discovery saved her ly injured. life." Cood for children. 50c ;md SI, at your druggist. Shape. well-fitted Rains have boon very propi tious the past week and all crops that are properly worked are now growing most satisfactorily. It was much cooler the first of the week which has a Horded great relief from the sweltcriug days of last week. Cures Stubborn, Itchy Skin Troubles "I could scratch myself to pieces" is often heard from sufferers of eczema, tetter, itch and similar skin eruptions. Don't scratch stop the itching at once with Dr. Hobson's Eczema Ointment. Its first nppll- cution starts healing; the red, rough scaly, itching skin is soothed by the healing and cooling medicines. Mrs. C. A. Einfeldt, Rock Island, 111., after using Dr Hobson's Eeze-m- a Ointment, writes: "This is the first time in" nine years I have been free from the dreadful ailment." Guaranteed. 50c at your druggist. Don't fail to see our laces and embroideries. Mrs. J. W. Williams. When ia Need of Builder's Hardware, Cabinet Mantles, Grates, Tiles, Cooking or Heating Go to or Write Stoves, Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, TREES! STRAWBERRY PLANTS Winchester, - Ky. Fruit and Shade, Shrubs, Asparagus, drape Vines, Roses, I'eonles, Phlox, etc. Everythlne for ORCHARD, NO AGENTS LAWN and GARDEN. FREE CATAI.OQS Hardwick & Co.'s Spring and Summer H. F. HHIenmeyer& Sons, Lexington, Ky. Nurserymen Since 1841. JWS HW W MM!,! S.S Sv"S t.S 5fK Gar-rett- 's e SIOO.OOO OA PIT All STOCK, R SUHPLU8ANDUK- - DIVIDKD PJiOFlTS, UOO.OOO 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 arc interested in saving money on your purchases, and have never dealt with us, we ask you to give us a chance to prove to you, as we have proven to our many customers, that we can give you more for your money than you can "High quality, low prices" is our motto. We try to keep get elsewhere. as near as it is possible every thing that the people want, but of course can not here call attention to every thing. Want you to know, however, that we are sole agents for the following lines. "Qijeen Quality" and "Boslon Favorite" Shoes for Women we have them in the lateft 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-OveShoes for Men in the new and Staple Styles in patent leathers, and tan, in button and lace Oxfords and regular Shoes. Hart, Schafl-ne- r B & Marx and "The Matchless" brand Clothing for Men. "Aftor" brand Hats for Men and Boys, "Anow" 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 floundngs, 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 roasled coffee, I2jc per pound. r" gun-met- al ready-to-we- P P WiNCiiiWrER OV Bank. jj Kt. PlIBH. ;3 , WINOHSTKB. AVlTHEHSI-OON- K N.HOLLY jj y, W. K. SriiAR, Cashibh. Ji Road in Bad YOUR ACCOUNTS SCU.ICITHD Since the recent heavy rains the roads in places are much worse from washes on bills. Our attention has been called to a hill about 21 miles south of this city where in places ho road has been washed to solid rock, and are left in the many jump-oil'road. Since these rains teams cannot pull near so much over this road as before. There being ut least throe ties less in loads hauled now and before the wash. s Subscribe for the Times. Come we carry. to Our Store Our stock of Dry Coods, Notion1-- , & And let us show you what a nice line of'goods m m gjg Groceries, Hardwure, Clothing, Shoes aqdetc, is replete with $ioo Reward, $ioo. The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded diseuse thut science has been able to ci're in all its xtuges, and that in Citarih. Hull's Caturrh Cure is the only positive (Hire now known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh tieini a contitu tionul disease, requires a coustitu ' fig m Variety, Style arid Quality. THIS rOMHINKI) WITH OUR I I tional treatment Hull's Catarrh' Cure is taken internally, tiding directly upon the blood and mucous bin luces of the system, thereby destroying the foundation of the disease, and giving the p it ient strength by building up the constitution and insisting nature in doing its work. The proprietors have so much faith in itb curative power, that they one hundred dollurs for any case that it fails to Cure. Send for list of testimonials. Address K. J. Cheney fc Co., Toledo, 0. Sold by all druggists, 75c. Take Hull's Family Pills for conof-f,- .r Low Prices Make it to your interest to give us a good xhare of Hardwick & Co., Stanton. J USE HOPE MILLS FLOUR Talking About Flour Have you ever tried tho PEAI!L brandy No. Fail not to try it at the first opportunity if you would know what u good Hour really is. We also inaki) the your trade. We strive to please our customers be- cause we know satisfied customers aieouibebt assets. Yours to please, WALDRON & JOHNSON, Ky.. PEERLESS SELF-RISIN- G FLOUR. stipation. When you want Shoes, don't forget Williams'. Waltersville, If your grocer hasn't it ask li'in to gut it for you. With it bread mukin; will be easy. Made by J. ANDREW CAIN, Versailles, Ky. Gray's Branch. Mr-?tin.-sic- k STANTON NEWS. Continued from First Pate. . Kolit. Hale hits been oti list for covuritl dnys but Hot Weather Tonic and Health Uulttltr nervous tired? Are you rundown Is everything you doun effort? You Farm Drain Tile ZprfilMj 4mT!1'RW- 0 I RICHMOND, KY. not scriou. (leorgo (Jhildere, of Childers HroR., Atari h, spent tlie" night w itli us here ininduv. ("ope Stamp, (if l'ine Hidge, was visiting V. .1. Ilrewer, his father-in-huhere Sunday night. John Helton, of Chimney Top, went to Lexington Sunday to take hi? sister Polly to the hos pital to he treated for7 u disease of the eyes. , Charley firisco', late of here, I iter of there, lias returned from Ken-tuc- k there firmly "impressed with the truth that the poplar of old beats the hickory of Tennessee. Fletcher, McCoy, Stewart and others of our folks who are at. Clearfield, Tenn., he to be getting along line. ts Died On Monday afternoon ;ltout half past four o'clock, Mrs. sarah Means, wife of Hun Means. She had been in bad health for some years, gradually gdttihg worse to the end the disease beShe was a little ,son, from Glady, passed ing consumption. daughter of James Woosley, and through on Monday going to a granddaughter of Missouri Bill Hard wick's Cre1?k to visit his Townsend. Her father died of daughter, wife of Everett Barnes, t he same disease the'first of 'Apwho ' has been sick for u long ril last below Irvine. The buri- time. al waj at Nada on Wednesday. Died some time in the night .(LAST WEEK.) of Monday the 8th. the infant Mrs. Millard Townsend is rap- daughter of Bdnny Hull'. There seems to have been nothing the idly recovering. matter with the child at bedtime Mrs. Hun Means seems no betbut next. morning it was dead, ter at' this writing. death being caused they say by a Lots of logs went down on last sudden attack of the bold hives. rise most from Glady. The burial was at Nadu Tuesday. , Henry TjOwhsend, of near Bow-enRepublicans Want a Man. was hero Saturday visiting The Republicans in this Conhis brother, Millard Townsend. gressional district want a candiMiss Mayme Noland, who has date to oppr.se the Democratic been staying wi.th Cain Brisco's nominee, and Lucieii Beckner, of folks for some time, returned Winchester, is out as a Progresto,her home Sutiday.- sive candidate. Let the 'boys J. II. Drake, living near Camp-ton- , come forth:. 'If it gives them as has taken the position of much pleasure to run and get 'so blacksmith here in place of For- badly defeated this fall as it does est Bailey, who had to leave to us, they certainly can get some fun out of .the race. other work. Kennel Howard, a Always Lead to Better Health. imsister of Indian Creek, wasi Serious sicknesses start in disor with us on Sunday, preaclung ders of the stomach, liver and kid excellent discourses to large neys. The best correetivn and preand orderly congregations. ventive is Dr, King's New Life Pills. They purify the blood preBen Chandler and family left vent constipation, keep liver, kidlecently for the Sturgeon coun- neys and bowels in healthy condir try near Heidelberg in Lee countion. (Jive you better health ,by ty, where they will run one .of ridding the system of fermenting the boarding houses for Turkey and ga6sy foods. Effective and Font Lumber Co. mill. 25c at your druggist. Aus Noland and his wife and Bbcklen's Arnica Salve for all hurts. j well-known back whiskey for whether he receive remuneration or doss-i- t for ne coniinodation. Frank Baker was given .$'23 and ten days in jail for carrying u concealed weapon. We wish to call the attention of the ollicers of the county to the new cigarette law that went into effect the 17th of this month. The third clause of the act requires that the police, town marshal, Sher'H" or his deputies, are required "on finding any person under eighteen years of age to immediately inquire of such person where and of wiiotn l)e ob tained such cigarettes, and upon failure of any person togive such information when requested by such officer, the ollicer snail arrest suchperson and take him before a Justice or other ollicer having" jurisdiction.'" We shall the 'rigid enforcement of this law. We do this because it is for the best interests of the young men., bringing " are not lazy you are sick! Your itotimch, liver, kidneys, mid whole lystein need a tonie. A tonic mid Health btillcfcr to drive out the wastr matter build you up and renew your strength. Nothing hetter.than Ulirtrie Bitters. "Start today. Mrs. .fumes Duncanr; Ilayncsville, Me., writes : "Completely cured mo utter several doctors gave me "up." 50c and 1, at your druggists. Hueklen's Arnica Salve for cuts. . Make Your Wet Land 'Proilucllve. By the u$c of tlruin tile you cai. A Ta,nln Ptat i1 IV? KnttiM-fc- a rtJlilScIiool for Teachers IflltrhMftUlaaml Ml tIMratrt, V!ll la f C'niif rmrnl. .tuiu fTuna-ft- k..iuu.i Trrn April 7a Mm nanntt Imlnlni Hpojli ft r 1 Tuition Fr-- t w Tiro ftleii.lH 4r mi bwlMIn tmH--f , IT, F Mirth r""""r"- - Hmftft HrtiM. ftcoii(l Term !.mnti 1. Bamnvr t TWrrrr? of.ii l T" I J School Juu I j. . rnAnnn. rrc.Mcr... i OVER aaaaaaaaaaV: YEARS- - placed, not only enrrie ofl snrplii? water, it admits nir to the soil and niakep it easy , to work. I improves any soil. 'I he fncrence in the value of the land is, ninny times the cost of the tile. Jl'lie first yearN crop from tiled liind pays for It. Any hody can rt"the work puccessfidly. rtVrite fir particulars or ci 11 at our plant. turrt.that Jov,vet, uselcr, swnni-pfield Into (he most productive spot on Jour farm. Good y tile.-proper- ly We are selling Grown flour at Jf8 (JO per hundred, or Goc '"for 25 los., Monarch Hour at 8o 40 per hundred, or (50c for 25 lbs., every sack guaranteed to give'sntisfnetion or money refunueu--tn- i8 is Ken tucky flour. Sugar 20 lbs. for fcl or 87 75. per hundred, roasted. coffee pen pound. Hardwick it Company, Stunton. 12-J- c EXPERIENCE Red River Brick & Tile Oompanyt STAKTOM KENTUCKY. CopvnicHTS 1raoc marks Designs Anyone irnillna n nheli-- and description mar qnlcktr ascertain o tr opinion free whether an Invention ts pronnblr ilentnbtn. Communlm. llouiatrlcllrcnnilileiitlal. HANDBOOK I'aienta lent froe. Oiliest aaencr foriecurlnit Pntentn. I'atcma taken thronch Alunu A Co. recelre prrlnt notice, without charge, lu the Ac r I- Don't fail- to see the nice line of Shoes at Williarns'. ;; J. .. - Scientific flnterican. A litndioniolr Ulnntrated weeklr. Treest r1r filiation of any rienllUo Inurnnl. I'ermt, ft rriu-- t fourroonlbfl.fi. BoMball newsdealer, IWUNN & Co.36re"I"'- - Hew York Ilrancb Office, C3S F SU Waiblnjiton, V. C - "rfei. Neurnlilla. tlackarlie, llnilah and ' h.cic if it rails to rr. v.... .ii lien anr ark In anr rare ol tu Douy In I nita.n mlnuirl lime. J'rlceBOc. At All DrugaUt'- Frta saaipU aad dreaur Mat .a nnnnhnM PFMFnY COMPANY. Lailngton.Krj. . 342 Eatt Main St.. FVt..ivi Mtt-- w ni.AnM.tt.-- i. flnnltoi. ..I, 111:1 laiaicMi . For Sale. quick change to Cornet, "A", practically .new. Apply at this ollice. t, f CII Rl STIAN" C I IUKCII. Services 2nd and 4th Sundayc, both WHirniiik; and night, Bible School, every Sunday .room ing, 10:00 A. fli. Bible Stndy, every Wednesduv, Look, Look!! t The train a' of' business is rolling down thfe space of time. " Economy is worth its weight in Gold. We have on hand to 8:00 P.Jtf. Ladies' Aid meets Thursday, every two weeks,' 3:00 1. M'.' U. II. Matherly, Pastor. have just received a nice linepf Jacquard wnistings, Percales Chiviots and Poplins. i Mrs. J. W Williams, We general line of Merchandise ntk you to come in our store, give us your call, and see just what wc have in stock, to" sell'. Our prices und t' offer the trade. We, obialnert tn alt cVttrlcii OR no riE. C aVfH'J pJi.J L01'JilRhtresta-WfWHni kM(Ii. .MrnlvT or l'lioio, lor TRCK RCPORTon putvulttriitttr Pateutpract lee excltuirelr DAhK RicrCHCMCts. pnin i rem m fining two promt-u- r on MOW TO OBTAIN and SELL PATENTS, W hirli oih-H partuer. will paV llcw lo patent Ur and otlttr Vil'iabloireiufprniatloo. D. SWIFT & CO. PATENT LAWVEilS. D. C.J 303 Seventh St., Washington, ity of .goods will meet your choice in selection. Come on, with your orders; one will be sulllcisnt proof to convince you'of"the matter that we will treat you right In all dealings in business transactions. Dollars snved in buy- -, Listen to these prices.: One ing youi goods from us. No. 7 Stove, complete, 811.50. One set of Buggy liar.-- . ness.12 50; beet head rice, full supp'y, per lb. 8e; tin waref,full'oatfit from, 5c to 15c perpiece. 'Coffee, per lb. 2 lb. lots, lGc. Boys' Hate, one dollar value now g'oiiifj at 75c s long'as they are on stock. Men's Hats, a full line of them, SI to $5.50. Simpson Calico, per yd., file, Ginghams, 10c yd., 50c Dress Linen now on sale at ii'ic. PJease muke us a visit und see these things witli your own eye, then you can see clearly all what we are telling y nt TOOT! TOOT! TOOT! Muke haste, train is about. on time. r . . . . 4- - " i 4- - 3 Mo? mm ONE A. M. Lowe & Ho., ROSSLYN'S BUSY BEE STORE. t v ! down the throat ot a "eapey" chlcicn dettrovs' tho wormi aad caret tha chick's life. A lew dropi la the drinking water CURES and PREVENTS GAPES white diarrhoea, roup, cholera and other chick dleaet. STOMACH TROUBLE FOR i4jin ut ( P'MJJ-T1-- l, KEEPS YOUR HOME r FRESI--I One 50c Bottle of aWCLKAKt Bourbon Poultry Cure Makes 12 Gallons ot. Medicine. hbu d keep, bottle 0! Every .poultry hl mftdiulna on hand. Writa ior irw upit and Booklet on "DUcasei ol Pawls," Addreat, REUEDT COMFAHY, BOUBBOH Ij. FIVE YEARS I decided 1 rrr imuj luvugut Mr Die, But Ll4t, Hughes Would faking other medicines. lake his advice, although any confidence in it. I have now been taking for. three months, to did not have Oae Helped Him to Black-Draug- ht Combination Pneumatic Sweeper DUNTLEY Sweeper cleans without raising dust, and at the same time picks up pins, lint, ravelines, etc., in ONE OPERATION. Its ease 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. iThe Great Labor Saver of the Home Every home, Urge or THIS-Swjftly-SweepinEasy-Runni- ne Recovery. and it has cured me Are You a Woman ? Pomeroyton, Ky. In Interesting ad- haven't had those awful sick headaches " ' since I began using it. I am so thankful for what Clack-Drau- imall, can enjoy relief frtm liroom drudgery and protection the danger 01 nymg dust. , from Duntley Is the Pioneer of Pneumatic Sweepers NIU the combination of the Pneumatic Suction Nozile and J. .I li I. 1..1- - very easily ujicraicu anuI aptuiuiciy fuar ircvomng urpkil. If janicca. in Buying a vacuum uicancr, wny nui give the "Duntley" a trial in our home at our expense? Writ today tor lull particular i? Gardui Tho Woman's Tunic has been stomach trouble for five (5) years,, and found a very valuable medicine for dewould have sick headache so bad at rangements of the stomach and liver. It Black-Draught vices from this place, Mr. A. J. Hughes writes as follows : "I was down with has done for me." Tliedford's times, that I thought surely I I tried different treatments, would die. is composed of pure, vegetable herbs, but they contains no dangerous ingredients, and DUNTLIiV AOENTS WANTED PNUUHATIC SWtiliPGK Chicago. ojol S. Mate M,, CO.. m acts gently, yet surely. It can be freely could not eat or sleep, used by young and old, and should be . and all my friends, except one, thought I kept In every, family chest.. I got did not seem to do me any good. so bad, I 1 SALE AT ALL MDMISTS 4 would die. He advised Black-Draug- me and to try Oet a package today, Only a quarter. tliedford's quit ' . 1 1