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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): July 2, 1914 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1914 cla1914070201_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.): July 2, 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. 0 THE CLAY? CITY TIMES. 81.00 a Year in Advance. We are here to help ClayCitv, the SorroanJing Coantry and Ourselves. 1. I!' llurghcr. Publisher. VOL. XIX. the Right. The Women's Christian Temperance Union, of Winchester, lias indorsed Claude Thomas for Congress in very forceful resoluThe National Sunday tions. School Union in their meeting at Chicago also went on record for "such men as Thomas in the following resolutions: "An opportunity for a courageous declaration of independence will be given Congress on .Inly (1, when the vote will be taken on an amendment of the Constitution prohibiting the manufacture, sale, importation, exporta-tioand transportation of alcoholic liquors. Many Congressmen are trembling in anticipation of that vote. Men and women voters of every party should hasten to assure their Congressmen and Senators that if they stand faithfully in this Congress for the home against the saloon they wili be supported, regardless of party, when they come up for It would, in my opinion, be scarcely less than, a crime for even a third party prohibitionist to vote this fall against a Democrat or a Republican in Congress who, in the face of an aroused national army of liquor dealers and their friends, casts his vote in favor ot national proAll for n CLAY CITY. KY., THURSDAY ' Settle .iSufts. Wm. C. "."Jackson, of Owings-ville- , and S. S. Pinncy; of Mt. Sterling, were chosen as arbiters in the several cases of Salt Lick parties.against the C. & (). Hail- road Company, claiming damages for injury to property by the of Salt Lick creek, alleged to have been caused by putting in new concrete piers and The arbiters and tli3 attorneys for both sides met at Salt Lick last Tuesday morning and settled the matter. The sued for aggregated and the railroad agrees to pay 50 per cent, of this. Outlook. Clav City last year had the same cause for action that Salt Lick had, but Clay City people have been too timid to contend for their rights, but we believe thev are .beginning to open their eyes now, and will in the future seek redress where redress is unquestionably due. $7,-80- JULY 2, 19M. NO. 27 covered with high weeds and grass, and a large portion of the cemetery is growing up in briar and sprouts. Why not have n meeting soon and either make tip money or do the work ourselve and clear up this cemetery? Our new postmaster, Miss Mamie Dericksou, seems to be fall ing perfectly in line with the work, the mails are handled and the ollice is always open to the patrons and she is very congenial in extending any favors or granting any accommodations that are asked of her. Be she Democrat, she i; making a good postmaster. Miss Emma Hunt, of Frankfort, who is being sent out by t is A Non-Partis- an Court's Decision. 0 le John Horn, William Broaddus and J. E. Alexander, all Democrats, will serve terms as Jailer, Sheriff and County Clerk, respectively, of Estill county. The Appellate Court has decided that they had defeated Ancil Powell, G. W. Powell and R. E. West, all Republicans! for the oflices named. Horn, won by two votes, Broaddusb'yfour votes and Alex ander by eight votes. The re count was made by the Appellate Court. L. T.vFlannery was elect ed Sheriff .of Lee county over Arch Snowden, the court decid-eil- . Flannery is a Republican and Snowden a Democrat. The recount showed Flannery's majority to be 55 votes. Who says now that the Court of Appeals, because it is Democratic cannot give Republicans justice when4hey deserve it. It is a case of the boys measuring the other fellows' corn "by their pwn half-bus'hel- ". . STANTON NEWS. J. II. Hardwick was in town Tuesday. Margaret Norton is on the sick list at this writing. Mr. M.S. Crain was in Stanton last Sunday ? ? ? ? ? Mrs. Louis Johnson Is visiting her brofher in Clark county. Dr. J. E. Lemming has been on a business trip to Lexington. G. II. Patrick, the hustling shoe drummer, is in town this week. Miss Anna Clark is going this week on a visit to Mt. Sterling and Winchester. Mr. hibition." - Bad ' Memory. says he made a deal for Mr. Thomas" with the liquor men at Mt. Storliug and live years ago when Mr. Thomas was a candidate for State Senator. The joke comes in when it is remembered that Mr. Thomas had no opposition, but Bourbon county alone selected the man as it was that county's time to name the nominee. Mr. Cantrill's memory seems getting very bad of late. We do not doubt a deal with the liquor people, however, but it was a The postolllce and hank will July 1st the Clay City Nationdeal for his own benelit. Mr. observe the Fourth on Saturday. al Bank declared its usual 'McC Thomas in the Legislature voted besides dividend, It is not likely that the day will with the temperance people at bo specially observed by any oth- passing up $'.',000 to the surplus every opportunity. fund. The surplus fund is now er business concerns. of the $8,000 or nearly Hamlet Holds out (or the People. Hon. Claude Thomas, the pop capital. , Hooray for Barksdale Ilamlett, ular candidate for Congress, will Supt. of Public Instruction", who speak at Stanton Monday Shoes for all the famrefuses to sign a contract for at Clay City, Monday hooks that the Commission has Williams'. ily inght, .Inly (. at a higher price than the same books are sold to other States. It occurs to us that all of this "fear of the mountain Superintendents selling out to ti e book companies" is being slightly reflected on the Commission and Mr. Ilamlett evidently thinks t so too. Win-chestto-b- dntrill Rose, and before marriage wnB a Wednesday-rhprnin-g by the Rev. Miss Hall. Besides her husband, Judge L. K. Mann, pastor of the she is survived by one sister who Methodist rmirch. Mr. Phillips lives in Illinois, and a brother, is. survived'' liy a wife and six Green Half, of this place. . children. ft devoted't'nem-be- r ' Thfe iBrodrTead-Garretmills of "the'Christian church for closed down to attend the funer- several years. el, Mr Phillips having been foreThe funeral was preached Sun- man at these mills for some day morning at. the Christian time previous to his serious illchurch by the Rev. D. H. Moth- ness some months ago. erly, after which the remains were interred in the local cemeWe take as much pleasure in commending an apparently soultery. less corporation for good deeds Saturday was the hottest dav as wo do our friends. The Kenof the year when the thermometucky Utilities Company are ter stood at KM. Cooler weather furnishing the poor sick people on Sunday brought great relief of the Bluegrass cities with electo sweltering people. tric fan service free. -- Saturday morning of paralysis. lingering illness of tuberculosis. Deceased was 'the wife of R.-Funeral services at the home P. ' Death of Mrs. Rose. fir. PhllWps Passes Away. Mrs. Mary Rose, aged nearly Pete Phillips, aged 50 years, sixty-tw- o years, died in this city died Mondayfafternoon after a - t' semi-anuu- one-thir- d t aftei-noo- ad at Grand Fourth July nt. sterling, Ky. i Celebration. As Outsiders View the Race. In the Seventh Congressional District lion Cluiiflo Thomas of Paris, is rapidly pushing to the front. The leading Democrats of Clark county seem to be for him. Powell county is also strong for him, and probably they can put F.st i II on his Madisonian, With a united Republican party and a weak nominee for U. S. Senator on the Uuinocratic ticket, there would bo u probability of thjfeoj. Look to the one who knows no defeat when arrayed against the common enemy. $1,000 Fireworks Display, entire change from last year. Matinee Trots, Baseball and other amusements. Plenty Good Music. Bring your lunch baskets and spend the Glorious Fourth at Montgomery county's Beautiful Fair Grounds,. Reduced Rates on all Railroads. Admission, 25c. ation, washere one day this week O., is visiting his and will return again about 15 h Mr. Henry Morris. of July. Her object is to givv Pauline Derthick's mamma health talks and to work in consays she has one tooth through junction with the local physicians for the purpose of instruct,? and another almost through. ing the people to better cue for Mrs. R. L. Eversole and little consumptive patients and to predaughters have gone on an ex- vent the spread of the disease, and to go into the homes of patended visit to West Virginia. tients and do ten practical Mrs. F. R. Blackburn is in Lexington this week attending Last we published the Kentucky Hay Fever Associ- sections issue new cigarette tw n of the law ation. which we think one of the most W. R. Johnson has moved his important lawsofever enacted for the protection our youth. sa.w mill from Morris creek to 3. "That it shall be the dut r Csne creek to saw timber for G. of evry constable, policeman, .BSkldlnore. town marshal, sheriff or his depRichard Crowe, one of the uty, when he finds any person under hustling and congenial clerks of ing a the age ofor18 years amok with a cigarcigarette, & Co., has ette or cigarette papers in Ins the store of Hardwick resigned to begin teaching school possession, to immediately in quire of such person where ami Monday. of whom he obtained such cigarAny person who has lost a pair ette or cigarette paper and upoi of gold framed spectacles will faifure of any person to giv call at the County Clerk's oflice. such information when requested Same were found about one by such ollicer, the oflicer shal) month ago. arrest such person, and take him Mrs. .1. H. Evans and two before a justice or other ollicer littlo daughters have returned having jurisdiction to be dealt, to their home at Heattvville with as provided in Sec. 2 of tint' from a visit to their sister, Mrs. act. Upon information of such person to said ollicer of the vio J. C. Patrick. lation of any of the provisions of Mrs. Kate Lyle reports a verv Sees. 1 and 2 of this chapter, ho pleasant visit to see herdaugh-ter- , shall immediately report such in- Miss Mary, at Irvine Mrs. lormation to the prosecuting at Lyle says that Irvine is a very torney of the county, who shall lively and growing town. have the person giving such in formation, along with any other There is a ruling bv the Attr.r. witness, Having any knowledge nev General tlint it is Ipi'mI tn of the transaction, summonel employ teachers to teach in the before the grand jury at its next. public schools on next Saturday, session, tor investigation. , An I. il inuiign it oe a legal Holiday. ollicer failing to perforin any of Mr. (Maud Thomas, candidate the duties required of him lv for the nomination for Congress this section shall be fined not e from this the Seventh vs. Mr. ceeding $.".00 for each offense. Cantrill, will speak at the court Justices of the peace and polio judges are hereby given concur house, July 0th at. I :!(() p. m. rent jurisdiction with the Circu t. Mrs. Alica Derthick. who was Courts of this'State uf the oU'em- sick tor quite a while at her son's es under this chapter". nouie uere and wuo is now at the applies to their use in schoi homo of Rev. Henrv Deithick at buildings. i: : . l...ir ....i :improvv ll'll tiiiiniiiiiiwi,,is .". "Any person, lirm, or cor lllg. poration violuling any of the proThe school census for this year visions of this act, where punishfor Powell county shows white ment is not nlhoru iso provided, males, KH1N; females, ; colshall be liable to a line of not less ored, 75,' total 2181. Number of than $10.00, nor more that ?2f 00 illiterates between the ages of 10 for the lirst uUum ami for ea'' and --'": mules 2S, females S; to- subsequent otleiise shall beliablo tal .'111. , to a line of not ess than f2o.uo than I.'IOO.OO, and o Mr. and Mrs. Hen Sewell huve nor more pa the line nnd cost failure returned from their honeymoon ot the to prosecution, shall be p and Mr. So well has taken up his quired to work the same out position with the First National the public roans." of Jackson. Mrs. Sewell is expected to visit her parentj, .Mr. The old man will be on the j. and Mrs. W. M. Hardwick, while next week, so goml-bvher hiisbaml goes into encamp, Mr. Editor, we would like to meut with the State Guards ut know, if you oan tell why "when Lexington. there is a bit id fresh gossip i Neglected! Neglected! are town why ymi c.an?etso nianv friends ami relatives mined in persons, going across the streets the 'Stanton cuiuotniy; graves in their u vol clothes"',' father-in-latreat-ment. ! I James Noland, of Middle-town- , Associ- I I 1 I ll-it- .'. -- 1 1 'THE TIMES. S-- value of the Lexington & East ern Hitilroad at 1,JK),01H), which is about dO per cent, of the post of the extension only. Farmers must payon SO per cent, of the KVKKV T1IUIISHAY. ITIIMsIIKIcost of their whole lauds, and then stand u raise of from 10 to Suh.xvriittion rate SI a year or three 2f per cent. ' by the Board that rears in ntlvitnuu .1. li. IJHrolic'rl'iililislier. m'owI-cIiim Kutcred mall uintter. taxed. They want the property clussifiqd so the railroads will have to pay less and the farmers more. Still thouCI,qi3 RATES. sands of farmers voted for the For the convenience of our sub- "before and will do it Sfribers, we have t.rranged club rates again next year. '4 with the following papers at prices and the.. X Absolute Safety, below mentioned: "I am opposed to disfranchis Careful, Courteous Consider- TJio 'I'iMfis and ing the people of the of " Cincinnati Enquirer $1.00 Kentucky by permittingState nth- - J ation of your Business Wants. J the 1 00 " Louisville Herald er States of "the nationjby con80 " Home and Farm Can any Bank " Inland Furmer 80 stitutional amendment Voting upoffer You ' more? 80 on Kelitucky a policy our people " Southern ARriculttirist do not desire." Cantrill. Two years ajro the Legislature $25,000.00 Capital. - - Mr. Cantrill may now talk that of Kentucky passed the present he opposes the disfranchising of I Surplus and profits over 10.000.00 law which became ef- the people all he pleases, but he Shareholders' liability. 25.000.00 Harry disfjanejiised the .Democrats of fective in Juriebf ,r,o;c. j Mioherth, of Versailles in the lWelI,Estill, Lee and Clark spring of that year, anearly two vears ago, and would J All of which is a' Margin of "t nounced for Congress against counties do it again if he could. It 'altoSafety for Your Funds on ( antrill. Mr. Shoberth took sick gether depends on how the voters Deposit here. and Gecame unable to make a are going to vote as to whether canvass of the district in the Mr. Cantrill believes in disfran 3 INTEREST PAID ON TIME nrorum; T spring. Mr. Cantrill controlled chising or notthe committee m the 7th district Besides, the Hobsn amend-menat' that time, thus he, taking adClay City National which' produced thB a'bove vantage of his opponent's illness statement from Mr. Cantrill, has 1 Bank, and thefree primary law, which the sole purpose of giving the liccame elFective in June, had a CLAY CITY, KENTUCKY. neople an opportunity to vote on primarv called for a time before Member Federal Reserve Bank System ol f important question of the njost this law becaio effective. This me unuea states. the day. HoVloesn't wjint the ftliut out his opposition. It also y people to have a vote, and this is cut out the counties of Powell, Lee, Estill and dark (which came futo the districM'aTer in the year) iu the nomfr6m having a say-sination of the man they must vote for for Congress. In those ricts.CantrllK took adr send vantage of his opponent while he Send us your name and address and we will was. sick and uuable to defend you twelve boxes of our WATERLESS WINDOW hinlself and he disfranchised ev- WASHER, which you will sell for twenty-fiv- e ery Democrat in the tour councents per box, returning to us the three dollars, ties of Powell, Lee, Estill and (Mark, and still in the face of ail and we will send you FREE lor your work a set of these facts ho suys ho has "under- Rodgers Silver Spoons. Send no money, we taken at all times to play the Waterless-WindoWasher-- . game of politics fairly, honestly you. Everyone needs and decently." Thursday, .July 'J, 1914. Ins., Monarch (lour at 82 40 per hundred, or OOo for 25 lbs., every sack guurnnteed to give satisfaction IhN ip Kenor money refunded tucky' Hour. Stig'nr 85 00 per hunfixe thoruiirnad violations low. dred, roncted coffeo 12c per pound. And yet they say we have unjust Hardwick & Company, Stanton. tux laws, because the Constitution says all, property must be ' 1 what we call disfranchising the people. Ve are selling Crown Hour at $' 00 per hundred, or (Wo for 25 We Are Showing the Latest Spring Styles of Men's Clothing and i You I Hats AND t . it A t t t t Ladies' Dress Goods and Millinery. Mrs. J. W. Williams. t - tj t i o FREE for Women. Starck Pianos No Money trust Co., iuAdvnnee Sntlnliic-lio- n Guar LoweintNet nnteed Fact ory Prices Terms The report of Insurance Commissioner M. C. Clay shows that there were $4K),000,000.00 in risks written in Kentucky last year. The total assessment of ;tll property of the State is but N(52,000,000.00. .This embraces all the real estate, livestock, etc. Comparing these two reports we lind that the risks written are over half us much as all the taxable property of the State. We must then conclude that insurance, while supposed to be writ-teon its real value, in written at about 150 per cent. its actual value, and the taxable property is assessed at about COper cent, of its real value. Such unscrupulous bundling of impor tant matters proves that there more than pue Milton 11. Smith in Kentucky. n two-third- Waterless Window Washer Mfg. Winchester, Ky. Easiest A S200 From Fno-(or- Saving oi SlOO to y P A. STARCK .RfSIDCNT Direct We are Showing a Complete Line, of We will ship you a beautiful Starck Piano far 30 days' free trial, in your home. No cash payment required. All 'we ask is that you will play upon, use and test this piano for .10 days. If. at the end of that time, you do nut llnd it the highest grade, sweetest toned and tlnest 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. 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Yalll la all tv.ll. f Kr.lu.kr SmkL Sc.vwl Couraaa noluu... Twi lulratll J The State and Hoard of Valuation Assessment has fixed the tt, r..rlllTrraa4llI, "'rt Terr. J.aa.r .wtl"w.4T.r .i.o.. Ijn':T" sllcI. " fctxt.f... caui.,..r. j n 0lAIIK( ,.f,4,. ral.Kkl.4ril.lrl.l'r. B04.I l. and R.vl. I dif .l iniala. Jnl' JUa pruuiwif oWnlneu tit all iwuutrtea on no nc, tiuil TMAM arks, I'UTfii 3Mili Copy iI'ltolO, ntfis- iliu tor ll, WrffO. Kariut i VUidpnurt' twexi'liuirrly. eUrK NcrCHSNcct, HeiulS cents In Mjiiim tor humluntdi lkiv.lt Ml HOW TO OaiAlH Aim SCLL PATKNTS, Whlfti um will pttr lUtw In purtiMT, ptiUal Uw iul oilir hiihaU luluriiisUuMi. lf t mM J. D. 303 Seventh St., SWIFT & CO. PATENT LAWYCRS Washington, D. C. 4 A THE A IIO.MIi-MAD- TIMES. K PAPER. 2, THURSDAY, .July 1014. LOCAL BltKVITlES. Dr. O. B. Dickson, of Ashland, is in the city in the practice of dentistry. Dr. Martin reports the birth of a son to Mr. and Mrs. Charlie An derson Monday. Misses Kthel and Uebecn Bui lard arc visiting their brother, .lolin Ballard, in Lexington this week. Leonnid Matherly, of Matherly. Log: Lick, is spending a few days in the city with his brother, llev. D. H. The Irvine postoilice has been made a .Presidential office and the postmaster's salary lixed at $1,200 a year. Tho blickberry crop is enorThe house occupied by W. A. Smothers near Waltcrsville was mous, but tho prevailing dry burned to the ground Sunday weather, if much further continmorning with no insurance. ued, is bound to cut tho ciop short. Ilobt. Niblack and family of the Don't fdrget to go Ind.. visited the fam- Hon. Claude Thomas hear speak nt ily of Mr. Niblack's brother, J. Monday afternoon, court E. Kiblack, toe lirst of the week. Stauton day, aud at Olay City Monday night. You're Bilious and Coatlvel Mas Your Child Worms? Sick headache, bad breath, sour Most children do. A coated, stomach, furred tongue and ind gestion, mean liver and bowels furred tongue; strong breath; stomclogged. Clean up to night. Get ach pains; circles under eyes; pale, a 25c bottle of Dr. King's New' sallow complexion; neivous, fretLife Pills today and empty the ful; grinding of teeth; tossing in stomach and bowels of fermenting, sleep; peculiar dreams any one of gassy foods and waste. A full bow- these indicate child has worms. el movement gives a satisfied, thank- - Get a box of Kiekapoo Woim Kill ful feeling makes you feel fin'. er at once. It kills tho woinn the of your cailrl'n ondittou. Ia Effective, yet 'nii'd. Don't gripe cm o laxative aud aids nntnre to expel Ue 25c at your druggist. Adv. woims. Supplied in candy foim. Ducklen's Arnica Salve for bums. Easy for children to u ke. 25c at your druggur, Adv. The vield of wheat is unusual. For Sale. iy good, so is the ryo and oat Practically new Huy Bfler, $100 crops. Threshing has begun in sections where there is enough or will trade for live stock. J. E. Euigher. grain grown to justify the operation of the machines. I When in Need of Builder's Hardware, Cabinet Maniles, Grates, Tiles, Cooking or Heating Go lo or Write Stoves, Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, We are in receipt of a copy of Dr. Irvin informs us of the ar- the Kentucky School Report for rival ot a son at the home of Mr. li)12-- : bv Barksdale Hamlott, and Mrs. Asa Buigher, of this State Superintendent of Public STRAWBERRY PLANTS city Sunday niht. and Shade, Shrubs, AsparInstruction. The report is em- Fruitagus, drape Vines, T.o.'sj, Peonies, Piilox, etc. Mr. and Mrs. Noah Hose, of braced in a bound book of a total Winchester, attended the funer- of 904 pages. Everything (or al and burial of Mrs. IX. 1'. Hose ORCHARD, LAWN and QAP.UEN. Stops NeuralgiaKills Pain. in this city Sanday. Sloan's Liniment gives instant NO AGENTS FREE CATALOGS s relief from Neurulgia or Sciatica. Eld. I. J. Wills, pastor of Valley. Baptist church, will It goes straight to the painful pjtt H. F. Hillenmeyer& Sons, Lexington. Ky. Soothes the Nervci ahd Stops preach at the Methodist church Nursery .iien Since 1841. the pain. It is also good for Rheu city Sunday night. in this matism, Sore throat, Chest Pains, O. P. Jackson, former county and Surains. You don't need lo SI attorney of Madison county, hrs rub it penetrates. Mr. .1. R h CAPITAL STOCK SI OO.OOO made it known that he woold like Swinger, Louisville, Ky. wiites: "I to be the Democratic nominee for suffered with quite a severe neural ' SURPLUSiUfUUNState Senator from this distiici, gic headache for four months withcomposed of Powell, Lee, Estill out any relief. I used Sloun's THE and Madison. for two or three nujhts and "I Ci WlNCITTCSTKR BANK ?5 Uucklen's Arnica Salve for Cuts, Cut its haven't sulfeied with my he..d Jj Or WlNCIIKTKK, K. Mr. E. S. Loper, Marilta, N. Y since." bet a bottle today. Keen j writes: "I have never hud a cut, in the house all the time for pains X.HOI.I.V WlTlIEHSl'OON, PHl'.Hi burn, wound or sore it would not and all hints. 25c, 50c and 81, at W. K. SlMIAII, Oahiiikr. lieal." Get a box of Bucklen'a Ar- your druggist. Adv. nica Salve today. Keep handy an Bucklen's Arnica Salve for all so e . K YOUR ACCOl'NTK SOI.1C1THD i all times for burns, sores, cuts, Don't fail to see our Imcc- - end Prevents lockjaw. 25c embroideries. Mrs .1. W. Willia Ti wound?. at your druggist. Adv. Tow-ell'-' Lioi-ment TREES! Winchester, - Ky. m w mm m m m m u rm m mm 1 Spring and Summer GOODS. Our Spring and Summer Goods are now in. Vc want you to see then and get 01" pric? before making your purchase. We think can sal- -j j oi" wants in everything, and know can save you money. If you are interested in saving mo:!ey on your purchases, and have never dca't with u', we ask you ;o give us a chance to prove to you, as we have proven to our many cuitomcis, that we can give you more for your money than you can "High quality. Ion1 pricey is our motto. We try to keep get elsewhere. as ncr as it is passiole every thing that the people want, but of cour.e can not here call aUention !o eery thing. Went you to I now, however, that we are sole agents for the lollowing I;:ies. "Queen Quality" and 'Boston Favorite" Slices for Women we have l.iem in the lateft things in Oxford and pumps in patent leathers, gunme'al dull kid, regular kid and tans in cloih and tegular top buttons, lace, si rap and plain pumps, also in the while button bool, or regular shoes, and all Ihe above leathers in boots. "Walk-Over- " Slices for Men in the new and staple styles in patent leathers, and tan, in butlcn and lace 0forc!i and tegular Slices. Hart, SchaR- ner & Marx and "The MduMws" brand Clothing lor Men, "Aslor" brand H Hals or Men and Boyo, "Auow" brand Men's Shirts and Collars. And see our lines of wool diess Goods, fancy and plain wash dress Good?, ginghams, perca'e-- , c spe aud .il .in (loin 'ns, net corset covers, dres bsli uni'jf-ifo- j. psi'asols s;!k and icllon hose and half hose, cioc!i:t collons, and Men's Neck ear, Women's, Mi'jsts' and Cliildien's Women's Hals, Women's and Men's Nainsook, cotton and knit Underwear, lace Cuua'n. wall paps Caipcls. Truuki. cases, Saddles, buggy and wo k Han? .Oliver tilled Plos, Oliver Cultivators, cook Stoves, the and eic. and elc. We are selling Gown flour at J2.60 Earn WaOi per hundied or 63c' ior 23 lbs.; Mona.oi flour at &2AQ per hundred, or hi r Kentucky floui. Sugar, 20 60c for 23 lb: eveiy sack guaianieed lbs. for $1.00, per hundied and lodsted cofiee, 121c per pound. gun-mel- al leady-lo-wear We read in the Ilurrodsburg Leader where wardens have cauglil one fellow and had him h avily lined for illegally fishing. Wardens were af Irvine last week and nestroyed some nets, lish baskets, etc. Somebody i Powell county wi'l catch it yet for the wardens are sure to be here, and most apt to be at an hour that they are least State of Ohio, City Come to Our Store And let us show you what a nice lino of 'goods swe carry. replete with Our stock of Dry Moods, Notion, Groceries, Hardware, Clothing, Shoes anil etc. is of Toledo, Lucas County. ' Frank .1. Cheney make oath tliwt he is senior partner of the firm of F. .1. Cheney & Co., doing business in the city of Toledo, County and State aforesaid, and that said linn will pay the sum of ONK DOLLARS for each and every ease of Catarrh that ci'iinol he cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. Frank .1. Cheney. Sworn to before me and subscrib-I'in my presence, this (itli day of December, A. I). ltiSfi. . A. W. ('LKASON. XOTAKV iTltj.ir ' Hall's Catarrh Cure U taken internally, and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the syteni. Send for testimonials free. K. 0. CHUNKY it. 00., Toledo. (). Sold by all Druggists, 75c. Take flail's Family 1MIU for cou MUX-DRKd Variety, Style and Quality. THIS COMR1NKI) WITH Oil IX Low Prices Make it to your interest to give tin Hardwick & Co., Stanton. J USE HOPE MILLS FLOUR Talking About Flour Have you ever tried the PEARL brand? No. Fail not to try it at the urfit opportunity if you would know what a good tluur really is. We also make the a good shiire of be- your trade. .,s We strive to please our customers u re cause we know satisfied customers our best assets. Yours to please, WALDRON PEERLESS & JOHNSON, Ky. ail.Made by SELF-RISIN- Ci FLOUR. li.i-1- rtiputiou. When you want Shoas, Waltersville, If your grocer it usk Iimii to get it for you. With it bread nicking will be easy. don't forget Williams'. J. ANDREW CAIN, Versailles, Ky. works lust Thursday, but not serious. He went home, return, iug the middle of this week. Mrs. John Sons i still in very Miss Bettie Brown, sister of had health our general manager, F. S. Hewing Machine ilntton was Brown, and Mrs. Kobt. Full., of 1 us the of tlic week. Campton, were visiting here some was the days last week, having a nice Steve Miller, of piicst of David Ltiiiiltmw Friday. time fishing. Mrs. JJoht. Hale, who has heen Elmer Northcutt, Mace Close, very ill for aitiie,tiine, is lietlcr Arnold Egglestou, Clarence . j( this writing. Wynn aud Albert Eggleston, of Lump Wireman, of (Jiinipton, Mariba, are camping this week was down here Sunday night to at the mouth of Chimney Top. sec his sister, Mrs. Kobt. Hale. They are play.ng lishuii: and ure Oston Powell, of Holers' Chap- ljving on frog legs. It was ruT. Brewer mored yesterday that Northcutt el, was visiting but this Saturday and Sunday. He found had caught a lacks confirmation. line while here. Tom McCoy is home on a visit SPOUT SPRING. from the hickory-wood- s in Dixie. Miss Emma Creeh is visiting Watch out! Kentucky bright-eyeThere's'a mil in Ten- Mrs. W. L. Byrd. nessee Mr. Zeke Conner has been sick Millard Townsend has moved for the past few days. from Duncan Branch back to G. I. Douglas, of Levee, was Gray's Branch. Hi9 wife has here visiting relatives last week. been mending fast since they got Mr. Marvin Eubank was here liack to this cool side. Monday buying cattle aud sheep. Hiram Brown returned WedSchool Willi begin Monday, nesday from a visit to his moth-ti- t who is very old aud feeble, July Oth with Franklin Margison living near Frenchburg. He left teacher. a great deal better. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Sams spent Wednesday with friends in Henry Woodard was hurt by a log he was hauling on the Dana Gray's Branch. ( f.AST tt'KKK.) tit-- Filt-on- , V red-ey- .1 bee-tre- e Nat Tuttlo, of (Jlark county, hero Tuesday luiyiug slieej and cattle. Miss Berthn Dawmm, of Winchester, is visltui relatives lien this week. Mr. and Mrs. Shell MeKinne.x spent the day Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. H. I. Tipton. Delbert Christopher has returned to Midtiletnuii, Ohio, after it two weeks vMt with relatives here. Next Sunday is the regular church diiy at Salem Baptist church. We hope to see a large crowd present. Mr. Moses Patrick fell dead at his home, June SM, and the re mains were taken to the Forks cemetery for burial. was Mr. and Mrs. Asu Todd spent a few days this week with the Don't fail to see the nice line of Shoes at Williams'. Farm Drain Tile Make Your Wet Land Productive. By the use of tlruin tile you eai. turn that low, wet, uselmi", "wane py field into thlP nmst produetiv spot on your farm. (ood tile, properly placed, not only carrie oil snrplu water, it admits air to th soil and makes it easy to work. It improves any soil. The Increace in the value of the hind is many time the cost of the tile. The first year's crop from tiled land pays for It. Any hotly can do the work ptiecer-gfully-. Write for particulars or cell at our plant. the Lamp Oil that oaves Eyes Nothing Is more Important In the noma than clear, itadjr light. lumra urn uy retiinfr me oil that Durns clear and clean without a flicker down to the last drop. Pennsylvania crude oil refined to perfection. Oots no more thsn the Inferior MONEY saves tanktra;on oils-sa- ves WOItK saves eyes. Your dealer has 80L1TE Oil. In barrsU direct from onr works Red River Brick & Tile Company, STANTON' KENTUCKY. . light-haire- d ! former's mother, 'Mrs. Nannie McKinney near Winchester. Misses Cauu atid Sarah Bra shear were the pleasant guests of Misses Laura nud Hosu McKinney Saturday ni'shti and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Kobt. Niblack, of Indianapolis, Iud., are visiting Mrs. Niblack's father, Berry Burnett, and other relatives here. Several attended SundaySchool at the schoolhouse Sunday afternoon. The School is progressing nicely. There will be Sunday EvSchool again next Sunday. erybody cordially invited. Mrs. A. J. Curtis and daugh ter, Miss Edna, and little Kay- mon, visited Mrs. A. Snowden near Winchestev three days this week. Miss Edna remained with her sister for several days visit. Chas. C. Stoll Oil Co. rCIa, ieuraisia, ' . l I texlngtsn, Ky. Refinery at Warren, Pa. We sell the cslebratcd "KoCarb" Auto Oil. nk.MH..HM. S.irA3tna. "i.V ..J L.rV If It fall, ta rt. acha In anv sart ot tba twlr lnl h. . ultan lulDUrrs lime. ha aaaisa aal elraaiw aaat aa rMU m r..ivV.t!. y f y.V. i. .1.. uacKaf-uo- ur i '..... k 32 Eat Mam St.. BOURBON REMEDY COMPANY, ttilnutoa. Ki, . Win-Cheste- r. REDUCTION SALE. Your Attention, Please. In the lack of space for room!to hold our Kail Line of Goods KEEPS YOUR HOME FRESH tfCLEANi Combination Pneumatic Sweeper cleans without raising dust, and at the same time picks Up pihs, lint, ravelings, 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 motfng and lifting all heavy furniture. , The Great Labor Saver of the Home Every home, targe or email, can enjoy relict Ircm Broom drudgery and protection from the danger ot Hying dust. j 3 r n we offer 'to make a Close Sale. Ladies' Shoes and Men's Shoes cut from 1.25 of regular price. Man's Hats at almost cost. When we make such statement as this J 'T'HIS Swiftly-Swecpin- e, Easy-Runni- ne DUNTLEY Swfeeper Dun tIcy is the Pioneer of Pneumatic Sweepers "NHat the combination of the Pneumatic Suction Nozilc and (revolving Brush. Very easily operated and absolutely guar- amcco. in uuying a vacuum uicancr, wny not give the "Lhtntley a trial in your home at our expense? Write today for full particulars in the word we mean it. The best wav to find out these things ? ? is to come and see for yourself. We handle a full line of mer- CHRISTIAN .' CHURCH. chandise and are here to please our trade. We absolutely stand $ Services 2nd. n Hth Sundays, both I for guaiantee and satisfaction to our customets. Small or large morniuu and night. Bible School, every Sunday morn We hope in this Saleto bring some J orders are given special-care- . ing, 10 :U0 A. M,. new customers in touch with us. We ask you to consider the matBible Stndy, every Wednesday, 8:00 P. M. ter over; you need our goods,, we certainly need the money, and Ladies' Aid meets Thursday, every . ATT hntrii ATT1 al will give yoa a square deal, uujih. unc, v;ujit. aw,. J two weeks, 3:00 P. M. D. II. Matherly, Pastor. SPOT CASH AT THESE PRICES. I I t .X. " AGENTS DUNTLEY PNCUHATIC 6301 S. State St., WANTED SWEEPER CO., Chicago. We have just received a nice lineofJaequard waietings, Percales Chiviots and Poplins. Mrs. J. W.Williams. t I A. M. Lowe & do., ROSSLYN'S LIVE WIRE MERCHANTS. sn aw RIDER AGENTS WANTED EACH TOWN and district to rtdeand exhibit a sample LaUt Model Ranm"blrtralAflirillhMlhvtl4- - OlirlMrta,. Aimntj. AVPrvurhnra am nmkinirmonfy fast. WrUtforfuU particulanandtpecW vfrcr at oiire no monet RCjUIHED until you ivcPlvuandapurovoyuur blcyclo. e ship to anvutf anywhere in thn IT. H. wUhimt a rent deposit lu aavancf.iircpnifrefiint.anaaiionTENDATS'FReeTRIALdurliui which time you may ride thoblcycle and put It to any teat rou wish. It you are tliou not perfectly tatlsfled or do not wish to keen the bicycle shin It back to us atour expense aud iou will not be outonc cent. CUPTfinV DMPEC possible to make at one irraao moycim it u TAb I Uni fHlliEd weiurnianmomenest small pro lit above actual factory cost. You save 110 middlemen's profits by buy-ln- ir dl rect of us andhavo the manufacturer'sruarantre behind your bicycle. DO HOT BUY a blcvcleoraDalrof tires from miuiui at anu vrlce until rou receive our catalomies and learn our unheard of factory price and remarkable, tvcetal affcrt. N mop down the thrlat of n "capey" chlskca destroys to worm and saves the chlcVs life. A few drops In tho drlnkla watc- - to3 STOMACH TROUBLE FOR YI1 Will H IRTnHlfkHFn "'OToiiilraoarbeaanrolcata. CURES and PREVENTS GAPES rf... 1 I II AIU V IU 1 VMl Va7 own narna utata at double our nrtoaa. Ordara filled thadav ratwlTad. CCOND HAND BICVCLKS. Wt da not iwrulairiv hauulla. Uftinil.huil hlolM S but tuntaly hart a number oa baud takra In trad by our Chicago rata 11 atoraa. That w clear out promptly al prtct tmnjlBf froin 3 to or 910. Dtwcrtutlrv bariata 1UU tuallad frva. white dlarrhosa. rooD. cholera and other chick diseases. FIVE YEARS I decided COASTER alRAKFN lol."PftdrollrihalnanaBadl,iMirtreia4ri kladj at haij tAs rtglar rttaU priots. equipment of U One 50c Bottle of mnitjf retail vrlc of that , . iirr 11 n'Mvpcr pair, vmi io min mit "7 order UJX. you a Mumpi pair fur JM (xua 'k t'lOMORETROSSLEFIOMPiMCTIRES XV 10 00 Hedgclhorn Puncture - Proof e-WCII-UCflll- $ if lJg a t:w TO sample pair V 11 IHTRODUOE. ONLY 4 80 Bourbon Poultry Cure Makes 12 Gallons of Medicine. Every poultry. riUer shouU keep a Dome ot this madlciue ot hand. Wrlto for free sample and llookkt on Diseases of fowls." Address, BOUBBOX R EH EOT Majority of Friend's Thought Mr. taking other medicines. to Haghes Would Die, But take his advice, although I did hot have any confidence in it. I COUPAST, Lei!a1cn, I;. Oae Helped Him ta Recovery. have now been taking Black-draug- ht for three months, and it has cured me haven't had those awful sick headaches since I Mill., Tsaaa or Olaaa will Ml Idlnir, very durabln anil lined Inside with a ieulaliualUy of rublwr, which never b- -: .litis uurous and which clootti uu small puiiclurt-- s without alluwhur air to eacape. They weljh tm Notlcethethlckrubbsrircad mi mom than an ordinary tire, the puncture reslstlnir B IE puncture "'D-- ' by several layers of thln.speclally u ulltlenlwlnirk-lvei- i al.o rim Vtrlo ''H1' (r'Pari'drabrloonthetrttad. The rvsular price of these to oravant rim cuttlnr. Thla h cs Is I1U.W per pair, but for advertising purposes we 1& othar ri will oullaat urKmaklnir a special factory Price to the rld.-- r of only HO per pair. i All orders shipped same day U tter ii S 1 ,,?X,L'n UXB T 1 c n (vjclved. We will ship O. (J. I) on approval. You do ii t need to pay aueut until you examine und find thom strictly as represented. Wo will allow a cash discount of finer cent (thereby maklcr the price $4.85 per pair) If You run no risk In Vmi send FULL CASH WITH ORDER and enclose this advertisement. c'lidlnvusanordrrasthe tires mavlie returned at OUR expense if for any reason they are not UXctory imexaialoallon. Waara swrfuctlr rallUaui louusy mai touaUaaaafaaalaalauifc. ICrojonler . llref thvtia tlrM, you will Anil tbak tbaj will rlUa Mlr. rua (atar. war liattar, I tat loatwr an4 luoi IliMir liaa aor tin rou navaavar ummI ar aaaa aSanr lirlva. a kuow that uu wUI ta ao waU plaaaad tuat wSa rou want m '.Tyela you will al"U roar onlar. Wa waut you to Mind ua a trial oniar at ooua. bancs this ramarkabla tlra oQar, C I JIM MltTMrn TiOJTO aon't buy aoy klu4atanypriuauiitllyouaenijforalialrollladitbora Un.oaapproTiU and trial at tba apaolal InlruOuoCorr I ula of Ur ao4 ttinycla n til patent and aiiatlrUa at about lall tba naual trU. ixil OO NOT WAIT ot tlrtss latuaiKMUltoOay. youDO NOTILaTHINK OF OUTINO tlrfcla or ft Dalr knvw uw aiul woadrjuliIIirn waarv luakjAf frotu aurou uutll Wriiait now. MafUonJr apoaaw ESoRtpmNtiii H tk air Ht. hundred UiousanU pairs sold last year. OVER AC YEARS- - began using it. Black-Draug- EXPERIENCE Pomeroyton, Ky. In interesting ad- I am so thankful for what Black-Draug- ht f ,d P vices from this place, Mr. A. J. Hughes writes as follows : "I was down with stomach trouble for five (5) I has done for me." has been Thedford's years, and found a very valuable medicine (or deht J? HADE IVIAHrXB DC8IQNS COPVRIOHTS AC-Anroos ndlng akcleh and dcrlption quicltlr Mcarulu o ir uiitou h "bather ao inteiiuon it prooaoir Mitnunift. lUiiustrictlrbbnUJeiitlal. HifiOH PumtuQnlea itiit free. Oldatt aaencr for Datenu. .'ateota taken tL rou ill liuua CorolTt tptciiU notic$. Wit hout chary a, lu Im pr would have sick headache so bad, at rangements of the stomach and liver. It times, that I thought surely I would dip. is composed of pure, vegetable herbs, I tried different treatments, but they contains no dangerous ingredients, acts gently, yet surely. and aaiiur did not seem to do me any good. I got It can be freely lr Villi ITE1 IfltO Ahatidomelrlllo(rall Sckniific Jfmciicaii of anr cttntiiJo JouroaJ. Co.3B---.r.- BW (34 IT so bad, I could not eat or sleep, used by young and old, and should be wcaklf. lJtmt (3 a I'trWf, York r J. L HEAD CYCLE COMPANY, CHICAGO, ILL fiUNN & luancil OIBvs. Bt, Washluton. D. U and all my friends, except one, thought 1 kept in every family chest. Qet a package today. He advised me to try would die. Only a quarter. quit Thedford's m