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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): July 9, 1914 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1914 cla1914070901_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 9, 1914 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1914 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CLAY fCITY TIMES. 31.00 a Year In Advance. We are here to help Clay Ci'the Sorrooniing Country and Ourselves. 1. 15. Uiinjtier, Publisher. VOL. XIX. The I'llRlit or a Congressman. CLAY CITY. KY.,$THURSDAY distin-gtiishc- d JULY" J), J9I- - SO. 28 "The situation of the Congressman from this district is becoming desperate, iind yesterday's papers announced that lie had rushed back to Washington to appeal to the President to give him some sort of letter of indorsement that might check the tide of opposition that will unquestionably end in his defeat. At. the very beginning he threw down the gauiitlet. to Mr. Thomas on the Ilobson nnd when tho Bourbon candidato as quickly announced that it was the people's right to rule in this country, and that if elected to Congress he would vote to permit the people to decide this matter of tremendous importance to them, the Scott county Congressman tucked tail, ran hack to Washington and begged the Committee on Rules to place the Hobson resolution on its passage, in order that it might be defeated and he could return and say to the people of the Seventh "Why thero is no District: such measure pending. It was long ago defeated. It is not now an issue in this contest." It must be remembered that a ma jority of the House at Washington favors the Hobson resolution, but to pass it requires a vote of s in the affirmative. "What happened? When the anxious Congressman got together the Committee on Rules, of which he was a member, nine were ureseut, and five Democrats voted against taking'up the meaa: lire at this time because Representative" Hobson Had requested that it should not be considered until next fall when he believed would a majority of vote in its favor. Four members of the Committee voted for immediate action, two being and two Democrats, me of these being Representative Cantnll. AH of the Repub-lican- s present voted with our Congressman, and of seven Dem iwratH, only one would come to his rescue. "Returning to his district a sail but wiser Congressman, he remained only a few (lavs when, realizing the unmistakable movement of sentiment in favor of Mr. Thomas, he slips awayiignin, this time to beg help of the in favor of his waning cause. Wo hardly believe the President would give a letter to Mr. Cantrillas against Mr. Thomas. The latter was a Woodrow Wilson follower when Cantrill was bitterly lighting the Govern-o- r of New Jersey for the Presidential nomination. Rut if the President should listen to appeal it would send Thomas to Congress by the biggest majority ever given in this district. Mr. Thomas is lighting of this for the moral district and of Kentucky. He is lighting single handed, and withs out tho help or sympathy of or politicians. Ho has none . of the commanding influence of a mumber of Congress, and has no ollice to give and none to promise, but he stands for a great principle )u public uud private life, and behind that principle stands the immense body of Democratic voters, who neither ask nor desire ollice, but who are lor tho right, who insist. upon fair play, and who intend to have a divorcement of politics from the liquor business. "Congressman Cantrill is on, the run. He has exposed his log. i ir hand. Claude M. Thonias will he the next Congressman ' from this district." Winchester Sun. reso-lutiotwo-third. two-third- College and Experiment Station will send from Lexington an agricultural speciol train which will traverse Eastern Kentucky. This section is not so well adapted to crop that, require broad acres but there is no better section on earth for tho production of choice fruit and for poultry raisin::. Considering these facts the train is to bo especially equipped to give instruction regarding the raising of fruits and vegetables and in poultry production. The Bureau of Forestry at Washington has become interested in the proposition nnd is lending exhibits, etc, and there will be men to lecture on various phases of the forest interests. It is a sad fact that Eastern Kentucky fails to produce enough food products to supply its own people and one object of the special train is to awaken nn in providing a better assortment and greater quantity of fruits, and vegetables for home consumption as well as for export. If this state of aifairs can be brought about, the drain upon the money earnings of the average family will be lessened and an additional source of revenue provided. Everybody is welcome to visit, this train, see the exhibits and hear the lectures. It will be at Torrent at 4.:00p. m. on July 23; Stanton at 5:00 p. m. on July 23; Clay City at 6:45 p. m. on July .23 and at 8:00 a. m. on July st See the Agricultural Train. On July loth the Agricultural Thomas eaks In Powell. The Hon. Cjaude Thomas, candidate for Qhngress, spoke at Stanton Monday afternoon and in this city Monday night to inMr. Thomas terested hoafeTs. made splendid speeches and they were well received. His manner of address i'&ery mild, pleasing and posscssedjof the dignity becoming a Congressman. He was well pleaBed.with his prospects in this coumy which we still claim will ,go two to one for Thomas. Tnfact, there is said to be not. more than six Democrats at Stanton for Mr. Cantrill and wo are st$e the Thomas men in Clay (3iry iare very largely in the majority. Molly Ruth',' the Mrs. G. M. Hyrd, of Winchester, died THE DIFFERENCE. After a thorough study of Congressman Cantrill's speech a Lexington, which he has had printed and scattered broadcast, th Times interprets his policy in tho platform accredited .him below. Likewise, after a thorough study of Thomas' speech n this city July Gth, we place to his credit the platform below under his name. CANTRILL'S PLATFORM. THOMAS'S PLATFORfl. 1st. Favors the Government, 1st. Opposes the Government, licensing liquor dealers in dry licensing liquor dealers in dry territory. old daughterof Rev. and little ten yeir at a Frankfort hospital Friday. All that physicians could do to save the bright little child was done. y Rev. Byrd s a minister of the has done conSaints churebj-ansiderable preaching for the Saints in this section. d s Pros-ido- Can-trill- 's well-bein- g pol-itic- The drouthontinues with us. Grass is getting very short and corn crops on hill land are perishing for therwant of rain. The oat crop which is a good one this 76 Years Young. year has beetfjiarvested in line Governor James Bennett 24, condition. "Early corn is being is 76 years old today, or and willstay for about an hour seribdsly injujred on accouut of the dry' weatlgr just as the corn rather, one should say, 70 years and a half at each place. is.begibni6i;;tplK.c4inU.tasa'el.. A mystery. he seems to have discovered tho From some unexplainable cause George W. Bush, of Vaughn's Fountain of Etemai Youth, which the figures in a local reader for Mill, merchant and postmaster, searched for in Hardwick and Companygot jun-- . has bought J. F. Ware's stock of gTed up aud made the prices they goods. This leaves but two stores vain. At any rate the latest pic were intending to make on dif." now at Vaughn's Mill, the other tures of the Governor, which are forent articles unreasonably high. store being the Farmer's Union appearing in the newspapers The same thing also happened in Store now being conducted by looking as young a local of another merchant in Ernest Highley at the old Mi.e nowj show him as when he was the State's Chief which prices were quoted. These stand. years ago. Executive thirty-livads first appeared right, but later the figures were changed in a At her homo in this city Tues-da- If this doesn't prove that the manner unknown to those who afternoon, Mrs. W.T. Adams Governor has bathed in the fabWe shall try fell and sustained a broken jmv work in this shop. any rate to keep a little closer lookout in bono. Dr. Williams set the frac- led fountain, it has at had the effect of convincing his this particular in the future, aud tured bone and Mrs. Adams is try to learn where the trouble now doing as well as could be friends that he has not superancomes in. expected, considering her age and nuated by any manner of means. the seriousness of the injury. Gladstone was still a power in In Christian county 2000 voters and the friends Don't fail to see our luces and public life at 80, signed a petition calling for a loof the Madison county statesman cal option election tii that coun- embroideries. Mrs. J. W. Williams. aver that he, too, is like old ty. This is possibly the largest Bert Barnett, of R. 1, Mt. wine improves with age. Ex. petition ever presented a County Judge in this State to be voted Sterling, spent, a few days with his brother, W. F. Barnett, near upon. Somo Domocrats aro awfnl,a-fraithe city, and his sister, Mrs. of getting a prohibition The official reports of the two Henry King, of Vaughn's Mill. V plank in the party platform. banks ot this county appear in Melvin Gravett, of Vaughn's this issue. They each are good Mill, is su fieri ng from some form They say it will kill the party reports and should inspire a con- of abscess on his face, aud his forever. Kansas never but once tinuation of confidence in our condition is causing his folks elected a Democratic Governor. people for both of these solid in- somo alarm. He was elected then over a Restitutions. publican because the Republican 11. L. Twyinan, of Winchester, Slims for the fam- said he would wink at the prohiis spending a few days with relbition laws of Kansas, and the ily Williams'. atives of this place. Democratic uonliueu said he would enforce the prohibition laws of tho State. A Republican Governor has twice been in Tennessee Flour reason that ho was for theto sole Talking the true Have you ever "tried tho PEABL cause of prohibition and the brand? No. Pail not to try it at the Democratic nominee was not. Our observation is that the first opportunity if you would know party indorsing prohibition what a good Hour really is. gets tho votes. Prohibition We also make the is the strongest drawing card that PEERLESS can be placed in any party platSELF-RISINFLOUR. form. three-fourth- s Mc-Crea- 2nd. Favors the shipment of liquor into dry territory from other dry territory. (This will perpetuate the saloon in dry ter ritory under the pretense of the saloon doing an interstate business only.) 3rd. Opposes, under heavy fine, the shipment of liquor from wet territory into dry territory. (The effect of this to be to force all the trade from one dry section to tin saloons in other dry terrritory and thus insure their eternity through the acts of a systematic reciprocity which will surely tollow.) 4th. Opposes the people having an opportunity to change the Constitution of the United States so that the manufacture, importation aud transportation of li quor for sale may be prohibited by vote of the States. territory. 2nd. Opposes the shipment, of liquor from both wet and dry territory into dry territory. 3rd. Favors the people haviiu nn opportunity to change of the United States by vote of Instates, so as to prohibit tho manufacture, importation and transportation of liquor for sale in th" Ujiitod States. three-fourth- s WHICH ARE YOU FOR? Company's Bad Too. Pouce-de-Leo- n e y d -- In defending his record as n whiskey man in Congress, Mr. Cantrill says : "l am standing by myujeador;. I am standing by the great Senator from Kentucky, thellonorablo Ollie James, one of the greatest, orators in the American Congres, and one of closest friends of tho President in Washington today." Ho also stood toe to toe with Bradley, Republican Senator, and against five Democratic Congressmen from Kentucky, whilo he was with only three others. Ollie James, when in Congress, introduced a bill to prohibit the shipment of liquor into local option tcrritorv, and his stand that, way beat Paynter, his opponent off the track, but just as soon n; he had an opportunity to vote for the legislation ho introduced, h changed and voted a straight, whiskey vote. Why did Olli change? Cantrill voted with this changed man and boasts of it. Where is the honor in donv so? Ana Ollie James will when his time comes just, bede-ieated as Cantrill will bedefoated, now that his time is here. all at USE HOPE MILLS FLOUR About Tho surest way to kill a politi party is to foster upon it rot ten nominees. Thero are a nun bor of good people allied with a parties that will nn longer toler ate rascals even in the iiupor taut offices of our country, making nominations no candi, date should be voted for unless wo are sure they can poll the foil support of the party nnd can win Very unobjectionable men should always bo avoided by auy partv and particularly is this now tin with the Democratic party. cal I li . CJ off very The Fourth pa.-e- d quietly in this city nnd everybod j seemed to enjoy the day in their usual liusiness wiiv. Tho linni. and postoflice however, observe.! tno auy. 'COCYR0T. Made by J. ANDREW .. If jour grocer hasu't it ask li'in So long as the Govei"mcnt alto gut it for you. With it bread lows the shipment of liquor into niuking will be easy. local option territory, just so long will tho liquor question be a na- CAIN, Versailles, Ky. f'.s tional issue. Dr. Green, dentist, has opened up an ollice in the Ited River lh tel where he is now prepared t do all kinds of dental work. Tho Doctor is thinking of peimaneu'. ly locating here. -- THE TIMES. rUllLISIIEP EVERT THUHSDAY. Subscription rates 81 a year or three years in advance $2. J. E. Uurghcr, Publisher. Kntcred as second-class mall matter Thursday, -- July 0, 1914. CLUB RATES. For the convenience of our we have crranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned : The Times and '" Cincinnati Enquirer $ 1.00 1 00 " Louisville Herald 80 Home and Farm " Inland Farmer 80 Southern Agriculturist 80 ANNOUNCEMENT. AVo nro authorized to announce Olaudc M. Thomas as a cnndiilate for Oongress, from the Seventh ConRres-nionf- tl District, subject to the action of the'Democrntia primary. Election to . lie held Soturday, August 1, 101-1- When tho Democrats of the State mot at Louisville three years ago to make a platform for McCreary to run on for Governor, and they inserted a temper-ancplank, the whiskey men talked asCantrill nowtnlks, they said it meant defeat for the Democrats. McCreary stuck to his temperance platform. Judge his Republican opponent, also a temperance man, got mixed up one Sunday morning with a big distiller at Owensboro, as all our readers know. Did prohibition then kill the Democratic party? Well, hardlv. McCreary carried tho State by 511,000 majority. The people of Kentucky want prohibition; the whole people of this country want prohibition, and it is fast coming. All the people want is a vote on the question. Cantrill says he opposes the people having any say-babout it. Thomas says let tho people have a say-sIf you want to vote for an autocrat, cast your ballot tor Cantrill ; if you want to vote for a Democrat, cast your vote for Thomas. o r, o nt the same ratio as'tije newspaper supporters. ,f "Vc arc $2 CO selling Crwn flour at nor hundred. orTGfic for 25 flour nt 82 40 per hundred, or COc for 23 lbs., every sack guaranteed to givasatisfaotion or money rpfunded this is Ken tucky flour. Sugar 85 00 per hundred, roasted coffee 12c per pound. Hardwick & Company, Stanton. Ins., Monarch We Are Showing the Latest Spring Styles of Men's Clothing and TT . J . , We Offer You Absolute Safety, and the Careful, Couiteous Consider- ation of your Business Wants. $ Can any Bank offer You ,more? $25,000.00 Capital, - - Surplus and profits over 10,000,00 Shareholders liability, 25,000.00 r ... AND ! Ladies' Dress Goods and Millinery. M rs. Cantrill is attempting to de- Deposit here- ceive tho temperance people.. He in the race promised them when 1 INIbKbM lJAIU UIN 1Mb. two years ago that he would vote DEPOSltS. prohibit the shipment of into dry territory. Listen his exact words : There are sixteen Democratic ! Bank, "I have stood up before the papers in this Congressional dis- ! temperance people nnd pledged 4 CLAY CITY. KENTUCKY. trict, and eleven of these are them that I would vote for a bill Member Federal Reserve Bank System of f supporting Mr. Thomas, 'tis said. ijiat would prohibit carrying the United States. It is also sti id that the vote in $ into a dry territory." the primary will, or should be, j He gets out of it by saying that lie voted for thoDavis amend-ifient- . Listeu to Cantrill's exact words again : ! "The Davis Amendment said at the man in wet territory vf ho shipped liquor into dry should be fined from one Send us your name and address and we will send' I undred to five thousand dollars you twelve boxes of our WATERLESS WINDOW jfud imprisoned from thirty days WASHER, which you will sell for twenty-fiv- e l two years in the penitentiary, cents per box, returning to us the three dollars, for that amendment." In the firet place it was not ex- and we will send you FREE ror your work a set of pected that this amendment Rodgers' Silver Spoons. Send no money, we W.ould pass. Look nt it how deceptive it is. It says you cannot you. Everyone needs Waterless Window Washer. ship liquor from wet territory intk) dry territory. It did not say A should be unlawful to ship Winchester, Ky. tuor from dry territory into dry territory. Thus you see had this meudment become a law, a man Mi one dry state with Govorn-iien- t license, which he did not attempt to prohibit, could ship! 511 tho liquor he chose into an-- J dry state Kentucky, be- uther We are Showing a Complete Line of' jug surrounded by two dry status, Tennessee and West Virginiu, could have gotten the liquor ' (t wanted. Again after the defeat of the, i)avis amendment, he had u vote ou the Webb Kciiynu bill and he voted against it. The Webb-- , Koiiyon bill does prohibit as the tate laws prohibit. It provides (hat the Federal law shall bo in force us the State luw is in force. bill has not. The been declnred unconstitutional asi i.ome of the wets tell you ; on the contrary it bus been xiphoid byi Call and see our Line and get our Prices. the courts. The defect of Ibis t.iw is in the defect of the State billal-low- s laws. The We can fit you in Complete Style only tin the Low Cost. liquor shipped name conditions that the State i tw allows it, but as tho State l.iw allows the shipment of liquor lor privute use, so does tho Fed eral luw. If tho State luw lor bade the shipment of any liquor, whatsoever, mj would tho Webb. Kenyon luw. The object ot the loll is to extend State rights a little further; jiiit what Cautiill M.vs he is tor, t lie doesn't vote 1 Why did Mr. Cantrill favor the election of Bradley for U. S. Senator six years ago over Mr. Beckham, the Democratic nominee? Because Bradley would vote and did vote exactly as Mr. Cantrill voted on the most important legislation ever before Congress. All of which is' a Margin of Safety for Your Funds on '. J. W. Williams. 4 FREE for Women. ter-ritor- y Stcirck Piii ii its No Money inAdvnucD (lllHT" trust Co., lion Satinfnc- - LowoHlNct n n i o iil l'aclory I'riooK IC AS - li-- 1 Waterless Window Washer Mfg. 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Prevents lockjaw. The Ladies' Aid of the Chris at your druggist. Adv. LOCAL MiKVlTlES. tia church will give an ice cream supper on the lawn Saturday . JI r8. A. T. Wlutt bus returned night for the 'benefit of the from a visit to relatives at More church. hoad. Mrs. Mary Harnett, of near Mt. SVRAWBBRRY PLANTS Misses Anlull ami Gancll Mc l'herson, uf Winchester, are vis- Sterling, was called here Tues Fruit and Shade, Shrubs, Asparagus, drape Vines, Roses, day" on account of the serious coil iting friends in the city. I'eonlea, Phlox, etc. ditiuu of her father, Melvin Quite a number from tins city Gravetf, of Vaughn's Mill, who Everything lor and county attended the big: cel- is suffering srom a severe throat ORCHARD, LAWN and GARDEN. ebration at Mt. Sterling Satur- and mouth trouble. FREE CATAI.OQS NO AGENTS day. Stops NeuralglaKllls Pain. H. F. HiIIenmeyer& Sons, Most of the country schools Sloan's Liniment gives instant Lexington, Ky. throughout the county bean relief from. Neuralgia or Sciatica. Nurserymen Since 1841. Monday with the usual attend It goes straight to the painful part a nee. Soothes the Nerves and Stops S.'J ?.! M M Coleman Port wood has niovei'l the pain. It is also gcod for Rheu- MWTW tit M S'.S. tA f. lira family from Lexington back matism, Sore throat. Chest Pains, 8100.000 CAPITAL STOCK. 1 to Clay City. We are glad to and Sorains. You. don't need to BUHPLUS AND UN- 200,000 .i them with us ;ir.i in. have DIVIDED Mr. J. It rub it penetrates. and chil- Swinger, Locisville, Ky. writes: "I Mrs. Myrtle Hurgher H THE have returned from a visit suffered with quite a severe neural g dren j3 to rela.ives and friends in Clark gic headache for four months without any relief. I used Sloan's Liniand Montgomery counties. WlNciisTKH, Kt. or ment for, two or three nights and I Miss Hcrnice Harnett has re haven't sult'ered with my head N.HOI.I.Y WlTIIBHHI'OOTV, I'ltKS. turned from a two weeks stay since." Get .1 buttle today. Keep OAHHIKn. 3 V. R. Sl'llAK. with her uraudmothcr. Mrs. Ann in the house all the time for pains K. Harnett of near Mt. Sterling. and all hurts. 2ic, 5Gc and $1, at VOOR ACCOUNTS SOLICITED U ill The big Montgomery County your druggist. Adv. ' -- 1J &" a!a av, a't . zta always draws a big Bueklen's Arnica Salve for all sores. Fair, which crowd from this county, will come THE. TIMES. ) 0 When in Need of Builder's Hardware, Cabinet Mantles, Grates, Tiles, ) TREES! 9 ) Cooking or Heating Go to or Write Stoves, J g Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, Winchester, - Ky. Winchester Bank. t i i Hardwick & Co.'s Spring and Summer ; jit-- oil' at Mt. Sterling July tilst to L'fith. m Chief of Police S. D. Itose remains very sick from stomach trouble, and has been taken to a hospital in Lexington for treatment. It is reported in Baltimore that a movement is under way to consolidate all the large coal companies operating in'Easteru Ken- Come to Our Store And let us show you what a nlce.lfne 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 satIf you are isfy your wants in everything, and know can save you money. interested in saving money on your purchases, and have never dealt with us, we ask you to give us a chance to prove to you, as we have proven to our many customers, that we can give you more for your money than you can "High quality, low prices" is our motto. We try to keep get elsewhere. is possible every thing that the people want, but of course can as near as it not here call attention to every thing. Want you to know, however, that we are sole agents for the following lines. "Qyeen 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-- . Over" Shoes for Men in the new and Staple Styles in patent leathers, and tan, in button and lace Oxfords and regular Shoes. Hart, Schaff-ne- r & Marx and "The Matchless" brand Clothing for Men, "Altor" 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 flouncings, net corset covers, dress trimmings, belts, umbrellas, parasols, silk and cotton hose and half hose, crochet cottons. Women's and Men's Neckwear, Women's. Misses' and Children's Hats, Women's and Men's Nainsook, cotton and knit Underwear, lace Curtains, wall paper, Carpets, Trunks, suit cases, Saddles, buggy and work Harness, Oliver chilled Plows, Oliver Cultivators, cook Stoves, the Bain Wagons 'and etc., and etc. We are selling Crown flow 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 roafted coffee, I2ic per pound. gun-metready-to-we- of goods Notion--- , Our stock of Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Clothing, Shoes and etc. ia replete with tucky. State of Ohio, City of Toledo, ( i J.ueas County. ' Frank J. Cheney makes oath that lie if fcenior partner of the. firm of "h!. J. Cheney it Co., doing business in the city of Toledo, County and State aforesaid, and thnt said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED" DOLL A IIS for each and every ease .f Catarrh that cannot lie cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh ("ure. Frank .1. Cheney. Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence, this (5th day of December, A. I). 1880. , A. W. OLEASON. Variety, Style and Quality. THIS COMBINED WITH 0UI1 Low Prices Make it to yot)r interest to give uh a good hliare of your trade. We strive to please our customers beacs-eta- . notaky rtniuc Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, and acts directly on the blood and mucous surface of the yhtc.m. Send for testimonials free. CHENEY CO.. Toledo. O. Sold by all Di ii;i!Hts, T.'ic Take Hall's Family Pills for eon Mipaiiou. VI C." si..!..; cause we know satisfied customers are ourbest Yours to please, 1 WALDRON & JOHNSON, j Ky. When you want Shoes, don't forget Williams'. Waltersville, Hardwick & Co., Stanton. The J I POPULAR POLISHES Black, Tan and White 10c Buffalo. Dealer The F. F. D alley Co., Ltd. N. Y. Hamilton, ont. 1 SHOE POLISHES li Twist the Coin SPOUT SPRING. A. E. Sums continues vcrvsicl; with stomach trouble, i ilosus McKiiiuer inside Hying trip to Winchester Saturday. Mrs. IJolli' l.tirgher Iin? a very t.pvere attack of malarial fever. L'obt. MaruiMtn, of neur Irvine, tended the cumin? and Sunday 11 f.cliool Iiore .Sunday. Mrs. Larison, widow of the late John ("Hook") Larison, and You're Hlllous and Co.itlvcl Sick headache, liad breath, sour stomach, furred tongue and indigestion, mean liver and bowels (5ei clogged. Clean U a Jioo bottle of Dr. King's New Life Pills today nd empty the stomach and br.wels of fermenting, gassy foods and waste. A full bowel movement glees u satisfied, thank-fil- l feeling makes you feel 'fine. Effective, yet mild. Don't gripe. 'Joe at your druggist. Adv. liucklen's Arnica Salve for burns. ' kbi'or t 01' thr:c)ndition OF THEy- Ha Your Child Worms? Mont children do. A contetl, Clay City Natiblal Bank At (Mny City In the stnttjnf Kentucky, ut tin elosi'of busiiHs Juno 30tli,'lUU. ItFsSOUKCKS. I.niiiis nnd discounts ....... Ovt'rdniflK.tifcurcd titid llti- 83,(111 73 Cl'l) '20 - U.S.llondu to secure circul'n l!o,000 00 L'4.410 00 Honds, securities, etc (ui nitmv nnd lliiiikitiK-hoits- u, Ikturi' .. l.(XK)()0 Dm1 Kobt. Larison were married here We have just received n nice 'I'ucsJay afternoon by 'Squire llneof Jncquiird waistings, Percales Chiviots and Poplins. Mielt McKinney. Mrs. .1. W. William Mr. Clyde Townsend and sis-t-- r, Miss Allie Townsend, attend-- i I the big 1th of July celebration . t Mt. Sterling Saturduy and visited friends in Montgomery coun- 30 J9 tj.WVPl'l. JIo.NEYltF.SKRTE tS H.VXK, VIZ! Specie f 4,870 : 4.H70 25 Uedenintion fund with C. S. or rirTii) 1,!!.T0 00 Tieiis'Hfi.1 ngenls.. Xtitenar other Nnt'l Imiih?. Frnutiomil paper eurrt'uey, nickels, nnd cents from Approved reserve 17,0860 270 00 furred tongue; strong breath; stom-nc- li pitlns; circles under eyes; pale, fallow complexion; ncivous, fretful ; grinding of teeth; tossing in Bleep; peculiar dreams nny one of thesu indicate cliild has worms. Get a box of Kickitpoo Worm Kill, er at once. It kills the worms the cause of your child's condition. Is laxative and aids nnture to expel the worms. Supplied in candy form. Kitsy for ehildren to take. 2ou at your druggist Adv. Farm MiiiTile py field into the most productive Good tile, spot on your farm. properly placed, not only enrrie of! surplus water, it admits nir to the soil and makes it easy to work.' It improves any soil. The Increace in the value of the land is many times the cost of the tile. The first year's crop from tiled land pays for it. Auy body can do tho work Write for particusuccessfully. lars or ei'll at our plant. Make Your Wet Land Productive. Hy the use of druin tile you cut. turn Unit low, wet, useless, swam- Don't fail to see the Red River Brick & Tile nice line of Shoes at Company, Williams'. K ICNTUCKY. STANTOK DR. IT ty over Sundav. lore Salary. Kentucky post-- i iaster will receive increased salaries July 1, because of added business at their ollices. Only two towns in the whole State hhow a Hiflleient decrease to lower the salary of the ollice. To Receive Kifty-seve- n ME Totnl ' . t68,B03 77 jjaIiilitiks. Cnpiinl stookpnld ln:r , Surplus fund $23,000 00 8,000 00 J. P. QREEN, ..irV.,llt l.iftj it It ((.if t.l .11 atrial V i.pt uuY in rut r . lutein niiaiK! itmt. t Undivided profits less expense diwn f'c firm of a "capcy" 101 83 nnd luxes pnid c'llckcn dctrovs tlio worms Xnt'l lmnk notes outstanding 'jt,r.l0 00 mtl avoi tiic c'ilc!:a llfo. A 875 00 Dividends tnipniil .v drnpi l.i thj (Wnilnir water Individual deposits stilijeet to CURES and 1(10,078 04 check 1 -- j'nee biff wcui imi',7'-- " Dentisl, CLAY CITY, KENTUCKY. . r.n!:nnr. Rrt!C2Y rCfJAYa U )vr,lbn, 342 EJCt Main Si.. Ky. I PREVENTS GAPES V.iiic diarrhoea, roup, cholera anJ other chick diseases. Totnl STATE OF KF.NTt'fKV, Cor.NTV op Powki.1., j I $168,005 77 ' One 50c Dottle o For Sale. IMbit Baritone Horn, in perfect condition, cost 818 new, price if taken at once, $12.30. Owen Patrick, Kimbrclj, Ky. Bourbon Poultry Cure Slakes 12 Gallons of Medicine. Every poultry miser should keep n bottle of thl medicine 01 hand. Write for free sample and Uooklct cn "Diseases of Fowls." Address, BOURBON REMEDY COMPANY, Lexington, Ky. RIDER AGENTS WANTED N mi mi if " trilfiortter EACH TOWN nnililUtr!cttnrf,l.innlnvli(li!f nfimnlii T "Rnger" liicyWo t urnMipilliy us. Our Kltler Awnta every wiic'ro aro tap klnemoiii'j- - f nt. Wrltefurfull paiilrulanarultiieclal tiger at once. rfcilVKaiHlnpwuvi! jourl.loyeli. HtquiutDuntu numuntr anuune oiiywnere you tlio 11. . uWmur a rent no snip 10 lti drmttlu a(lvancr.prriair(a,(.aii(lallowTENDAYS'FREETRIALdurln? Report of the Condition of The which umo 1 ou may nao uic uicycw a nil put it to any tuit you wl.sh. If you aro then not perfectly satisfied or 1I0 not wish to keep tho cycle ship It back to us at ourcxpenso and inu trill not be mitnne cent. Wo 'u"ilh Iho hluhcst crado bicycles It Is FAPTMIY DfllPPC pussiuw 10 mow at, one small profit atiora ' actual factory cot. VousavoSlutoU middlemen's nmlluln'lmi'. lne direct of us and havothomanufacturer'sirtiaranteoliehlnil your bicycle. DO KOT DUY a blcycloorapalroftlresfromnmmieat anioirlcc until you receive our catalogues and learn our unheard of doing business at the town of Stanton, factum prices and remarkable uncial offers. Cotlnty of Powell, State of Kentucky, YOU WILL BE ASTONISHED tit tho close of business on 2)th day pf lho wonderfully low prtrtB wa can roako jou this year. We sell tbehlibeM t rails Iblcyckw for leas monrr tliwi anrntbtr factory. Wa arasatlsfled with I1.0Q profit June, 1P?1. abora factory coat. BICYCLE DKALCHS, yon can sell oar blcrchiuiclr jour own name plato tdonbln our price. OrUers ailed tbedar recelTed. , ... 1. iZ- - t t.i .... i SECONDHAND RIHVr ! bat usulaly hare a number on band taken In trade br our Cblcago retail stores. Tbexo e clear llESOUUCKS. 10 or l0- - Uwlptlw barsaln Hita malled-frce- . VI'i,'rUI,iCt' VJktPJice?Jn,'D'ti'r0 wnoin, imponea rouer enjins ami peaais.partit. reDalrs Loans and Discounts .. .. $53,075.77 ni UUHJILH HnuKrV.I and cqulMueat of all Vlndl at half tU muUr rrlull yrittt. Overtlraf ts, secured and unse. 2,002.03 . . cured, Punciure-Proo- I, A. T. Whitt Cnshier. of the nained lmnk, do soleinnly swear that the above stiitcjnenl is true to the best of my knowledge nnd belief. A. T. Whitt, Cnshier. Subseribed tind sworn to before nie this (Hit day of July, 1914. V. T. Adanis, Judge C. C. P. C. Correct Attest: Frank It. Kussell, C'hns Seotti Directors Juiiies li. Hall, ) 1 REDUCTION SALE. Your Attention, Please. In the lack of space for room to hold our Fall Line we offer to make Close Sale. of Goods "fcw Powell County Deposit Bank, 3 t t Ladies' Shoes and Menjs Shoes cut from $0.25 o! regular price. $ M2n's Hats at almost cost. When we make such statement as this t ,1 SS&TAlSSSft n 1 tfiedgeifiorn rMirlAf retail miV iBMM f $ Self-heali- ng The TtmASSESSSS, thtum of ":r: jniirjur can iM m MM liOMORETROUBLEFROMPUKCTURES Nilla.TacliaorClJaewlll not let the air out. A hundred thousand pairs bold last year. rldlnu, very durable and lined Inside with a MH'clal quality of rublier, which nover porous and which small punctures without allowini: cloe uti air to tbcape. Tlier welch Notice tho thick rubbor tread iih uuiru man an oruinary lire, inepuuuiuru resisting "A" and puncturostrlps"D" uualltlfslielnirclven by several layers of thln.speelally and "O" alto rim strip "H" prepared fabric on tho tread. The regular prlen of these to prevont rlmciittlne. This tires It 1 10.00 per pair, but for advertising purposes wo tire will outlast any other are making a special factory price to tho rider of only make-SO- FT, per pair. All orders shipped same day lelter li ELASTIC and H.W EAST KIDIflQ. received. Wo will khlli C. O. ll nn mmmvil. Von rln IlUt need tOnav a cent until vnu examine anil Mm) them atrlrtl V rrrmwente.l We will allow a cash discount of Mierecnt (thereby making tlio price $4.53 per pair) If you send FULL CASH WITH ORDER anil encW this advertisement. You run no lu sending us an order as the tiro, may lie returned at OUR expense If for Mir reason they risknot are ftallsfactorr on examination. e are perfectly rUlable and mnuey aeut to us li an safe as In a bauk. If you order balrot tbese tires. yiu will find tbul tbey will rlue easier, run faster, wear latter. Ia.it looser and look finer tb&nany tire yuunaveever used or seen at any orlce. eknow tbat you w 111 beso well pleased tbatwbeu you want ableri'leynii will rive us yoitronler. We waut you tu send us a trial ordir at once, bvnratbls remarkable lire olTer, TrntSm MFFT TiCfSS don't buy auy kind at any prloo until ynuseudfora pair of lledsetliorn r 7m t '1&.U Puucture-l-roo- f tlresonapproul anil trial at tlio special Introductory Trice quoted abOTe: or write for our bis Tire aud Sundry Catalogue wlik-- describes and quotes all wakes and llnde of tires and bicycle equipment and sundries at abat balf tbe ususl prices. DO NOT THI.IK or BUYING a bicycle or a pair - OESOniPTiON: JJ.lJi Stocks, Bonds and other Se. . . 3,051.03 curities, . . 4,201.33 Due from Banks, ., . 3,350.18 . Cnsh on hand, 47.10 Checks and other cash items Banking House, Furniture, and 4,573.00 Fixtures, ' if . . . $71,333.33 Total, '. 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- chandiso and are here to please our trade. We absolutely stand Small or large for guaiantee and satisfaction to our customers. ortiers are given special care. We hope in this Salq'to bring some new customers in touch with us. We ask you to consider 4. ft the mat- - t. ,.. IVl Atfoxi j rtt f UCI J deal. COME will give you a square nnuil nilH (,uuuj UVVU UUl rfnn.lc TVO inrtainll vvtiuisisj llPPrl ihOl vv. IIIOIIL'V. ami COME ALL. SPOT CASH AT THESE PKIUES. 1 LIABILITIES. Capital Stock paid lu, in cash $15,000.00 I . Surplus Fund, . 3,000.00 a Undivided Profits, less expens.' 850.24 es and taxes paid, 44,883.00 Deposits subject to cheek, . . 7.500.00 . Bills Pavnblu . ill.. f A HiT 1111 T 111. fill! uu wo 4tSMW PF I .11 i J VU., ! I ROSSLYN'S LIVE WIRE A1ERCHANTS. 1 r Total, . . ) $71,233.33 State of Kentucky, County of Powell, nfl NnT llir1"lr"""l","u','l"r- W. know tbsaw aud woudwrlululfers vvsti of llrea from anyoneIt until you rile J""' (D J. L MEAD NO wu are luaklns. GVGLE OOMPAPn8!90ilGO, ILL ICEEPS YOUR HOME FRESH ..........,m. - 2XLEAN .....-1- L '. We, J. W. Williams and K, II Fuller, President and Cashier of the named Bank, do solemnly swenr that the above statement is true to the best of our knowledge and belief. John V. Williams, President K. II. Fuller, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 2nd day of July, 1014. .1. II. Ulnckbtirn. Notary Public. My Commission oxplresMch. 2, 1018. Correct Attest: J. II. Ilardwlek, T. 0. Hull, Directors S. d) d) aVrHraTaWrBraWr,i You Need a Tonic There are times in every woman's life when she needs a tonic to help her over the hard places. When that time comes to you, you know what tonic to take Cardui, the woman's tonic. Cardui is composed of purely vegetable ingredients, which act gently, yet surely, on the weakened womanly organs, and helps build them back to strength and health. It has benefited thousands and thousands of weak, ailing women in its past half century of wonderful success, and it will do the same for you. You can't make a mistake in taking I. Hull, Combination Pneumatic Sweeper HPHIS e, DUNTLEY Sweeper cleans without raising dust, and at the same time' picks up pins, lint, ravelincs, etc., in ONE OPERATION. Its case makes swecpine 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-SwcepinEasy-Runni- Wo huvo Just received u full line of women's rust proof corsets in dilTerent Htyfes at SI 00. 81 M and : 00. Every ono guaranteed. Mrs. J..W. Williams. CARDUI The Woman's Tonic Miss Amelia Wilson, R. F. D. No. 4, Alma, Ark., says: "I think Cardui is the greatest medicine on earth, for wpmen. Before I began to take Cardui, I was so weak and nervous, and had such awful dizzy spells and a poor appetite. Now I feel as well and as strong as I ever did, and can eat most anything." Begin taking Cardui today. Sold by all dealers. small, con enjoy relict Ircm woom drudgery and protection the danger ot tlynt"; dust. irom IJI III! 'mm RICHMOND, KY, Duntley Is the Pioneer of Pneumatic Sweepers lias the combination cf the Pneumatic Suction NozileanJ revolving Brush. Very easily operated an J absolutely guar antectl. la buying u Vacuum Cleaner, why nut give the "Duntley" a trial in your home at our expense? Writ today tor lull particulars NU.EY 6 jo A Training mm lFtlti J. 5cIiqo fox Tcacjicrs I mi AdiiNrs I PNIiUriAHC S. Mate it., wan rut) SH'L'HIUtt CO., Chicago. 4Utiiia'i 4ft Ir i lU la U fv '! t audi Biilit nglANx CMtrMavTuUUiPirU4 W asaaCTU ib.w X(lyk !( I ti uqtUm, d wfctnlulioJiiKjt, now uikdktUriUIuii b'.iiJjJi' prMtlaVitHMl,4rUiilrBlTtwlii(rt tJ.i cU'i- r. gi uuJqiu. rtrl Trm Wh , J.m., Trf H"nat TrrtKi,.,lH-rITtf ULIq Jakliai "T. r.iurtai Tawla Jiarll t. Kutuauatlr K.laUJsil li 'u 'lv4lUIii.ttitft-In- fti t f Has Helned Thousands. . , O. nitlllHg.l'rralilsiii