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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): July 23, 1914 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1914 cla1914072301_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 23, 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 S1.00 a Year in Advance. We are here lo help Clay City'; the SnrronnJing Coontry anJ Oorselves. .1. E. Iturgher, Publisher. VOL. XIX. Will He Answer? OLAY CITY. KY., THUKSDAY JULY 23, J9M. NO. 30 Mr. James Phillips, of Jefler-sonvill- Offers Us an Insult. In Estill County. STANTON NEWS. Mr. Cantrill oilers an insult no malice lor The Times has The following newspaper re We are opposed to to the intelligence of Powell ports of Oantrill's speech at IrMr. Cantrill. Mr. Tom Conlee left Saturday his nomination for Mirce reasons; county voters when he mails them vine show hdSv he stands with to visit his son, Louis Conlee, of he is opposed to the people hav. a letter and among other untruth- our neighbors: Madison county. ing ii vote through our State Leg- ful things, says Thomas' being Prom The Irvine Sun. Mrs. A. L. Collins and daughislators on national prohibition, for woman's sull'rage would have "Hon. J. oi Cantrill, Democratter, left Saturday to visit her and is opposed to State control of 100,000 negro women allowed a ic candidate for Congress from parents in Madison county. interstate liquor shipments. He vote in Kentucky, which would this districtj'Bpoke here Monday. Mr. Fred Blackburn is sick accepted the Democratic nomina- make the State Republican for The greater part of his speech tion for Congress two years ago all time to come. was devoted '.to his attitude on this week. Fred needs to take a The people of Powell county the llobson froliibition resolu- good rest for several weeks. in which neither the voters or Democratic Committees of Es- are not stark naked fools, as Mr. tion. He endeavored to explain Rev. D. H. Matherly, of Clay till, Lee, Powell and Clark coun- Cantrill judges them. Tliev all to the voters .why he is opposed City, spoke at. a Junior Order ties had a vote. We were in this know that, no law could be pass- to this resolution. He said "I meeting at North Bend Friday. way disfranchised and Mr. Can-tri- ll ed allowing Republican negro am as good a' tempera nee man as Miss Grace Barnes, of JefFer- indorsed it. if he did not in- women, on'y, a right to vote. any man wholf is for the llobson sonville, is visiting Miss Mary stigate the whole thing; and we While Republican negro women resolution." vl Martin, of North Bend this week. believe he would do the same are being allowed a vote, a much Some few of the Democrats in larger number of white Demo- the room looked as if they bething again if permitted to do so. The teachers' Institute will be We are this week asking Mr. cratic women would also be al- lieved every word that Mr. Can- held the second week in October Cantrill some very reasonable lowed to vote. This would mean trill said. H.L. Leete acted as with Mrs. Cora Wilson Stewart questions which we hope he will that the Democratic majority chairman andj introduced the as instructor. take tine to answer in each of of Kentucky would be doubled. speaker. The'speech was interMr. Irvie Faulkner and wife, ltis speeches in this county Fri- Nobody knows this better than spersed with vigorous applause of Lexington, are visiting the day and Saturday. These ques- Mr. Cantrill. The real reason by chairman Lfeete and Postmas- former's sister, Mrs. Henry Tip tions are of vital importance to Mr. Cantrill opposes woman's Indiana, surprised M. A. Phillips, by a vi-- it to him this week. It was tin first time in thirly-livoyear- s tint Mr-- . they had seen each other. Lulu Houston, of Louisville, came with him to visit her parents. J Kirk Kincaid was fined $20.rO for using abusive and insulting language to Mr. and Mrs. Tom Mcintosh. He pleaded guilty to the charge. It is said by thn-who saw the affair that had the witnesses been allowed to testilv the case would have gone pretty hard for Kirk. CONTINUKK ON PAOK ." White-We- lls. Miss Mary White, of this city, and Mr. Harvey Howard Wells, our people. Mr. Cantrill is a subscriber to the Times and all of hi supporters in this county are readers. There will be no doubt but what the articles in this and former issues referring to him will be brought to his notice. We therefore request the courtesy of fair and square answers. firs. Mjrs.-.Nannie Nannie McKinney. McKinney,. after a 'lingering illness', passed away Thursday evening, July 10, at the home of her daughter, Mrs. 11. B. Wiseman, near Winchester, The remains aged fib years. were taken to the family burial grounds near Spout Spring and interred Saturday. Funeral services at the grave. Before marriage Mrs. McKinney was a .Miss Wright. She was twice married, her first husband being Isaac Todd, who died 20 years ago. In 1800 she was married to J. F. McKinney, who passed away in !)()(!. She has tunce remained his widow. She is survived by live children ; Lloyd and Asa Todd, of this county; Mrs. J. W. Burnett, of Butler, Mo., who was with her mother in her last few days; Mrs. .1. W. McKinney, of Iowa Park, Oklahoma, and Mrs. 11. B. Wiseman, of Clark county, with whom she had lived for the past several years. - suffrage is because he knows but few of them would vote for such men as' he ie, and then he and his allies, the liquor gang, would go. Women are now allowed to vote in school matters, and no longer than last year did they exercise their right in this county. Ali over the county scores of white women voted, but so far we have heard of but one or two negro women voting, as they had a riht to do. Every citizen of Powell county should resent such an insult as the one Mr. Cantrill offers in this suffrage business. We have some sense up here in the mountains, Mr. Cantrill, and we will prove it to you August 1st. by giving your opponet, Mr. Thomas, the biggest majority ever given a candidate running in this county. Mark our prediction. le-g- ter Wilson. ton, this week. It is quite plain that Thomas is Dr. Creech and family, of ahead in thik county." the Tribune. Can-trill Hat-to- n - Cantrill a Prohibitionist. Mr. Cantrill says he is opposed . . Mow Did They Oct There? 'Squire John Sewell brought to us Saturdav the bunch of the Times we bad mailed to Pilot, Ky. 'Squiro Sewell found the papers on the railroad track in this city. This notice will to our subscribers at Pilot why they did not get their papers on tune last week. We have mailed them a second bunch twiil tliev can get to reail the ncw s, if it is a little late. ex-pla- to the llobson resolution, but a better temperance man than Thomas. Mr. Cantrill strongly favors a certain class of prohibition, we know, lie prohibited every Democrat in Powell, Clark, Estill and Lee con ntiesj from voting for a candidate for Congress in the Stato primary two years ago. He unquestionably would prohibit every legal voter from voting in these counties ugain, if he could. He seeks to prohibit the people of these United States from having a vote on the liquor question through their State representatives in a change of the Constitution. He would prohibit the voters of this State from having ;i vote on the State-widYes, Cantrill is a great but it is to prohibit free men from voting when bo knows they w ill not vote to suit him. s e I prolii-bitionis- t, At the Christian Church, llov. Lloyd Martin, of Rosslyn, Mr. Cantrill seenioth to admire will preaqh at the Christian State rights veiy much, but how church Sunday. Bio. Martin is about county rights, Mr. Can- a tireless worker, having been trill? Powell didn't have a right with the Stato hoard for several to help select, the Democratic years. He is now devoting his nomineo for Congress two years jtiino in revealing Iho obscene ago. You indorsed this outrage things of Catholicism. when you accepted the nominaDon't fail to see our laces and tion. Expl tin this to ns, please, when you speak hero this week. embroideries. Mr. J. W. Williams. Mow About County Rights? ' "Congressmau J. Campbell spoke at the Court, house Monday beginning at 10 :.'() a. in. in behalf of.liis candidacy for Congress in this .district. He was introduced "by Capt. II. L. greeted by a Leete, and.-.acrowd which filled to court room to overflowing.NMr. Cantrill is Rally. an etertaimw;tyilkeir.andHield UHenryTiptoivfor,aifew-day8.-,'Be sure to- attend the Sunday the attention of his auditors Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Boone School Rally Day at the Chris througout his hour and a halt Pelfrey, of Mt. Canaan, have tian church July 2(1. This is a address. been visiting their many friends free for all Rally, that we may His principal claim for and kin folks in Breathitt coun- be enabled to know the real valat the hands of the Demue of Christian love and service. ocrats is that he has on two for- ty last week. Let us serve God by serving one mer occasions defeated his presMr. D. R. Clark has been spend ent opponent, lion. Claude M. ing the week with his daughter, another. The Pastor aiui conThomas, for Congress, and that gregation extend to all a hearty he has stood strictly by the Wil- Mrs. Irvie Conlee, of Walnut welcome, especially to the other son administration in all things. Grove, Fayette county. He drove Bible Schools here and elsewhere. We believe, however, that some back arriving here Wednesday. Dinner on the ground. of his contentions were Mrs. Win. Hardwick returned and that he mistook his hearSick in Missouri. ers for uninformed backwoods- Tuesday from her daughter's, Walter Wright, of Butler, Mo., men who are not familiar with Mrs. Mollie Crawford, of Jack the issues presented in the cam- son, one lias ueen waitingon the who moved with his father from paign. He renewed his charggrandson bom last Sunday Clay City to his present home es against Mr. Thomas that the new several years ago, is very low morning. latter hail not given him active with a broken limb and a severe support four years ago and that Miss Ethyl Martin left Tuesday uttack of typhoid fever. Latent a deal with Thomas had made twenty-twsaloon men in Par- for a two weeks visit with the reports, 'however, say he in is by which he received their family of Mr. John Conlee, of thought to be slightly on the support in the primary and by Indian Fields, and will also take mend. which he and the city council of in the Montgomery County Fair Paris granted them certain this week. Every fanner hould see the The charges have been ef.Mrs. Tilford Abner and her agricultural train here tip- - evt fectively disapproved by Mr. Thomas to the satisfaction of son, Chris, with his daughter, mig or tomorrow morning by t Democrats all over the district, Charity, are visiting this week o'clock, the time the train leav and it is a well. known fact that every solitary saloon man in the Mrs. Abner's daughter, Mrs. Km- - Clay City. The fact that t In district, nnd there are many, erine Estes, of Sugar Creek in state i in partners with the I. A: N. railroad in carrying tl.. was for Cantrill four years ago Garrard county. nnd they are still for him train should not prevent our gaMrs. Martel Thomas, of Jack he is their friend. The good we can from it. Congressman took advantage of sonville, Florida, arrived Tues- ting all the a mistaken view of the local sit day to visit her parents, Major W. I). McCoy, of SardU, Mis-.nation here and sought to im- - Blackburn and wife. The Major is spending a few days with charges press these old refuted is some better, being alilo to get friends in the city. on the Democrats of Estill, . doubtless thinking they were out to the store some days. Mrs. Birchlield, of Willntrst, is of range of the daily press, anil Miss Anna Clark returned F sprung them as new and undis- dav from .Mt. Sterling where she visiting her daughter, Mr.- 11. U. puted propositions. had been visiting at the homo Crahtree. lie attempted to justify his id' Mr and Mrs. Clarence (hidThe Montgomery County Fa'r vote against the a national measure which den. She expects to return this is on at Mt. Sterling this weeK. bill, would exclude the shipping of week and take in the Montgom (!. R.Crnhtroe, of Geuot, spent liquor from "wetj' into "dry" ery County Fair. territory, by stating that he had Monday with friends in the city. HoodBlackberries have been supported tbu Davis bill which, Mrs. L. F. Mann is at Oil as we understand it, is only an ing the baggage coaches this amendment to the Webb bill, woek. Hundreds of gallons have Springs for a ten days stay, providing for certain penalties been brought in and shipped to v Iikvc jiiht iccelved u full line for this offense. But that didn't Lexington. Tuesday afternoon of women's ract proof ctorswtt iu his vote against the bill justify itself in the eyes of his auditors, the baggage coach w.n to full dilTurunt styles at $1 00, SI AO and who we believe will resent his that 'chickens ami other stud' ', 00. Every one guaranteed. Mrs. J. . Williau.g. presumption of their ignorance." could not be sent out. s Sunday-School d Creek, have gone to Lexing ton where Mr. Creech will work this summer. Miss Mary Lvle who has been spending some months in Irvine as a stenographer for Mr, Friend, has arrived for a vacation. Mrs. Susan Lawler, who has been living some years in the west, arrived Friday to visit Mrs. of Louisville, Ky., were married at- the home of T. G. White, an uncle of the bride, in this uty Tuesday morning, July 21 ; Judge if. Mann ofliciating. The bride is a young lady of rare talent ; a daughter of John G. White, of Winchester, and a leading school teacher of Clark county. The groom is one of the L. & N. Railroad's trusted engineers, whose duty as such has frequently called him to stop in Clay City, where he has made many friends, and won a loyely wife. - o l'uv-or- s. n- . i- -. - Webb-Kenyo- n THE TIMES. I'tlllMSIIKI- in my seventy-eight- h year of age; was born, reared and livSubscription rates' 81 a year or three ed nearly nil my lite in Hourbon years in ml vim re $2. - KVKIIV TI1UKS0AV. indorsement. Northiniddlotown, Ky., .Inly 17, JOl l. To tlieDi'mocratiV Voters of Seventh Congressional District : A Valued lam 15. IJurflhcr. xerond-eli- I'ulillsher. mail mutter. ICntered a Thursday, - July 'i'A, lull. CLUB HATKS. the convenience of our subscribers, we have j.rranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned : The '''imps and " Cincinnati Enquirer 1.00 " Louisville Herald 1 00 " Home and Farm SO " Island Farmer 80 fr'or " Southern Agriculturist ANNOUNCEMENT. SO vVe are authorized to nnumint'e Glnude M Thomas as a candidate for Congress, from the Seventh Congressional District, subject to the action of the Democratic primary. Klcction to li Iifld Soturday. August 1, lf)l I. And now cotnes Lexington winting to become the State depository for the State school books, but can not do ho for the fact that tile freidit on books from Chicago is $151).00 per car, while the freight, on books to Louisville is but $75 per car, the reight therefore being $) over double what it is to Louisville. This difference in freight, is caus-efrom the fact that the L. & N. railroad has ruled the so far as railroad legisla-tiois concerned. The Common. Wealth of the L. & N. must continue to pay tribute to the patent road of the L. & N. Lexington needs to be so treated. It courts ahe L.& N. everlastingly. A few weeks ago the city gave the grounds and sheds of the L. & E. shops to this railroad for the original cost of the laud, $15,000, which is now worth possibly $150,000. From Louisville to Lexington is not more than as far as it is from Louisville to Chicago, still the freight on a car load of books is $0 more. Still there are people in this Stute that will coincide with tho s agaiust the State and her people. Attorney General James (Jarnett explained this to us, however, when he said "no man could be elected to ollice in .Kentucky, who opposes the L. and N. railroad." d Legis-laturo n one-fourt- h rail-road- county, Kentucky. Have been a preacher of the Christian church nearly fifty five years, and I wish to say that 1 have known the Hon. Claude M. Thomas from childhood to the present. I joined farms with his father for twenty-siyears, and when Claude Thomas was a boy we regarded him as one of the brightest and best boys of our county; as a young man a clean, sober, moral and upright gentleman, and today he is a model Christian gentleman and stands above reproach. He has been opposed to whiskey, and all sorts of immorality from his early boyhood days. He is in every way qualified to make us just such a Congressman as we need to bring honor to the Seventh District. He is a man that knows nothing about billingsgate, and falsifying; he moves in a higher plane of thought. He is a Democrat in politics, never having scratched a ticket. He has been a Wilson man before and after the Baltimore convention, and has unbounded confidence in his administration. He has endorsed prohibition, and be assured you have no greater friend, and ho more faithful, earnest advocate. He is a great man, a man of intellect, education, uprightness of character, and in soundness of moral principle, irreproachable. When there is a moral issue before the people we never have to inquire as to where Always ready and he stands. willing to work for the moral betterment and uplift of the people. The people of our district should without fail select him as our candidate, and be sure to him at the fall election. Ilis inlluence for good would be groat and in a brief time would rise a star of the first magnitude in the Congressional galaxy. Yours very truly, L. II. iieyuolds. x mud-slingin- Cantriil takes up quite a bit of valuable" space telling you what will happen if tho Uobson resolution passes. All of it is false. The Uobson resolution, if passed, will only allow the people to have an opportunity to 'hange the Constitution by vote of the States. When he predicts what will happen if the resolution passes, he is admitting that the people will vhte a chanue in the Constitution, if they are What allowed an opportunity. Cantriil wants Is to keep the people from having a vote. three-fourth- s " Mr. Cantriil says he does not believe in disfranchising the people of any single Stute. Uo says s lie does not believe in of the States ruling. One thing, however, he will have to admit, that he does believe in of the counties ruling the others without even a sav.so in Congressional districts, when it nominates him. Mr. Cantriil is the only person we know of who has succeeded in disfranchising, completely, a body of free men. three-fourthtwo-third- The doctors snv Mr. l'oosevclt four months of rest. Certainly does the country need a rest. needs? $2 fit) per s Crown flour at (l.le for 25 Monarch Hour at $2 40 per Ins., hundred, or (iOc for 2ft Ins., evciy sack guaranteed to give satisfaction this Is Kenor money refunded $.' 0,0 per huntucky Hour. Sugar dred, roasted coffee 12J per pound. Ilurthvick it Company, Stanton. We are selling hundred, or Few statesmen are as wise as their pictures in the newspapers make them look. Claude Thomas while in the State Senate had I'owell put into the 7th Congressional district with our neighbors, and Mr. Can-trihad us immediately cut out of ti vote in the primary two years ago. Why did he? Was it because he does not like the mountain people and the way they vote? Look about you and see if that is not it. ll We Are Showing the Latest Spring Styles of Men's niothing and Mr. Cantriil says that the one-third rev- Hats AND g enue from the liquor business pays of this Government's expenses. This is not true according to the statistics at our hand. It does not pay of the expenses. Let us have the figures in your speeches here tomorrow and noxt day, please, Mr. Cantriil. one-fourth d Two things are very comical. One is to listen to a wet candidate proclaim temperance doctrine and the other is to hear temperance people boost a wet candidate. Ladies' Dress Goods and Millinery. Mrs. J. W. Williams. TtTTTTttTTTTTtTTTTTTtTTTTT ! t I We Safety, ffer and j the 2 $ Absolute Careful, Couiteous Consider- ation of your Business Wants. Can any Bank You more? i I offer Capital. - - $25,000.00 Surplus and profits over 10,000,00 Shareholders' liability, 25.000.00 Mr. Cantriil speaks in this county Friday and Saturday of i INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. I tliis week. We hope he will tell the voters ot this county who was Clay City National responsible for their disfranchise-i.-en- t two years ago. Was it not I Bank, Cuutrill himself acting through $ I CLAY CITY. KENTUCKY. the county Committees of the Member Federal Reserre Dank System of eight counties of the disWhy not be happy? Jack T J the United Statei. I trict? Would you not, Mr. Johnson and Evelyn Thaw are t t I it f do the same thing again to both in Europe. TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT iuy if you could? Mr. Thomas would not accept ttio nomination for Congress all the counties in tho district could participate in the primary election. Cantriil is the only candidate for Congress in Send us your name and address and we will send tends any such authority. If there is we hope lie will read it to us when he comes to Powell county. He will not do it, though, for it is not there and he knows it is not there. He is ouly trying to scare some weak kneed temperance man in this county that he kept from a vote in the primary two yea'rs ago. Dis. frauchisement beats all such talk as that, Campbell, doesn't it? t f t All of which is a Margin of Safety for Your Funds on Deposit here. t t We are Showing a Complete Line of f I j t CLOTHING, Spring Goods, Slippers, Etc. Call and see our Line and get our Prices. We can fit you in Complete Style i - Can-tril- l, I un-tes- -i FREE for Women. IhiK State that uttemptea to so disfranchise the people two years .go. When u woman has a long talk la a'titan it means that he is a good listener. v ir Mr. Cantriil implies that should you twelve boxes of our WATERLESS WINDOW WASHER, which you will sell for twenty-fiv- e cents per box, returning to us the three dollars, and we will send you FREE lor your work a set of ttodgers silver spoons. Send no money, we trust you. Everyone needs Waterless Window Washer. at Low Cost. SHIMFESSEL'S tho Uobson resolution pass, any body could set up a still m his own house. There isuotii sentence, in the Uobson resolution that. Waterless Window Washer Mfg. Co., Winchester, Ky. STANTON NEWS. Continued Itom First Page. Anti-Saloon Mr. Palmer, Supt. of tho League of Kentucky, was hero last week in the interest of Mr. Claude Thomas and Hon. J. 0. W. Beckham. These two men are receiving the backing of the League, thoW. 0. T. U., and a host of temperance people all over the District. The school trustees will meet Friday and select a place as depository for the new text books. Some have the idea that our Superintendent, Mrs. Kate Bohan nan, is causing these new text books to be used. She has nothing whatever to do with this matter. The last State Legislature passed a bill requiring new text bonks to be used for the next live years and a State Text Book Commission was appointed by the tioveriior. The Commission expected to have the books ready by tlie first of July, but owing to a delay they will be ready by the first of August. This new text book law will work a hardship lor manv families, but if you must blame anybody then please blame the Legislature and not Anti-Saloon girls. Nearly every paper in this Seventh District is standing by , Mr. Thomas: Tho Lexington tho Winchester Sun, the Georgetown News, the Woodford Sun, tho Owenton Tho Clay CityTimes, and the paper published at Paris. Even Scott county, the home of Mr. Cantrill, has turned him down and Thomas will sweep the county. Bourbon county is solid for Thomas. Of course all the whiskey men are for Cantrill. The League, tho W. 0. T. U. ; the ministers all over the district and all the best citizens are solid for Thomas. Even Cantrill can't find a thimr to say the character of Mr. Thomas. Iiis life is above reproach. Iler-aidNews-HeralAnti-Saloo- n The Hon. Cantrill is slated to make a few more promises to be broken, to us ignorant mountain people at Xena and Bowen this week and we are liable to show our ignorance on the 1st prox. Wo people have been deceived so many tunes by that wo have got our eyes open, for we feel it our duty as a free people to work for the coming generation, if not for the present, let us move every temptation of evil as far from us as possible. There are two evils in our land today that are causing 1)0 of nil the troubles, and they arc intoxicants and the white slave office-seeker- SIX BIG DAYS 'AND NIGHTS. BLUE GRASS FAIR, INCORPOAAtf D Lexington, Ky. Auguft 3rd to 8th, 1914 $20,000 in Premiums Herbert A. Kline Shows, 25 Special trade. people Let us as a lay politics aside and unite and declare ourselves against any men for oflice who will not promise to use all their power to rid our country of these two evils. Just such men as Cantrill are tho chief causes of confidence being lost in the Democratic party. They will advocate a good cause while seeking ollice; but after they betray their party. Can wo afford to support him? No, never! God-fearing SPOUT SPRING. Cars; Clyde Townsend attended court at Mt. Sterling Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Bvrd, of Lexington, spent a few days with the family of W. L. Byrd 300 People. THAVIU'S BAND and CONCERT CO. 45 High-clas- s Artists. Grand Ojjera Singers, Ragtim.e last-week- . onr Superintendent. Mr. J. C. Cantrill will speak to the people of Powell oountv on Friday of this week. While he is here we would like for him to explain to us his position on the Dock Spencer, one of our subqtior men are not supporting him stantial citizeus, is on the sick Combination Pneumatic Sweeper in his race. We would like for list at this writing. I, or one of my deputies will to tell us why he voted him DUNTLEY Sweeper "THIS on the' cleans without raising dust, and at the same time picks up the bill; The sun rises in the east and be at the following placespurpose dates mentioned for the Its ease pins, lint, ravehngs, etc., in ONE OPERATION. why he is against the Ilobson sots "in the west, and our hust- of collecting the tax due for the makes sweeping a simple task quickly finished. It reaches Xena year 1914 for theState and coun for the overthrow of ling mail carrier rises at even the most difficult places, and eliminates the necessity ty as follows : the liquor trallic; why he is rec- and sets at- llosslyn. of moving and lifting all heavy furniture. ognized in Kentucky and in ConPrecinct No. 5, at Clay City, Tlic Great Labor Saver of the Home Every homr, larpe or Several from Tacket Brauch atsmall, can enjoy relief from ISroom drudgery and protection trom gress as the tool of the whiskey tended ehurcji at Chop Chestnut and Sokith Fork No. 4, at Bowen, the dinger ot Hying dust. ring; why he thinks no man can last. Sunday, where there was July HI; N5rth Fork No. J) at ( i Duntleyr Is the Pioneer of Pneumatic Swecpcrj by Revs'. I. T. Ilogers, Walnut Grove, and Virden No. be a Democrat and be opposed to preaching Has the combination of the Pneumatic Suction Nozzle and revolving Brush. Verv' easily operated and absolutely guarthe saloon. We would like for, Ilenrv Townsend, Jas. Howell, 1, Aug. 4; Hardwick'sCreek No (5 ,., . ... i in ivu :in,; q va.u.iii vibuiiii, .. iiui ; ,m mivtiu. f J no. Sons, and 1. G. Profitt. t Aw Mr. Cantrill to tell us why he is Vaughu's Mill, and Slade No. 7 the Huntley a trial in your home at our expense at We are glad to read the news at Nada, Aug. (5; Stanton No. 2 opposed to the people of the Write today lor lull particulars A(1EN rs W'ANTGD States voting on whether from Gray's Bi'anch. We know and Rogers' Chapel, No. 8, Ann. PNEUMATIC DUNTLEV SWEEPER CO.. that "knight of quill". He was 8. they shall have National Prohi- editor of" the "Three Forks En Chiiago. 6501 S. State St., II. T. DEKICKSON, majority of terprise1' back in the 80's when bition or not. If the Sheriff Powell Cout.tv. -, the people want to vote on this this writer was his correspondent question, what right has Mr. from here and later of "elseDon't fail to see the! 51,500 names are on a petition Cantrill to object to if? It is where" under the assumed name nice line .of Shoes of "Belcher". callini: for a local option election true he rushed back to Washingin Fayette count v. Williams'. ton and begged the Committee Genet. Pain. on Kules to place the llobsou Stops Neuralj;la--Kill- s 1). C. Speiicer continues vnrv resolution on its passage but he Sloan's Liniment gives instant Sale. Commissioner's did it in order thut it might be low and his recovery is verv relief from Neuralgia or Sciatica. Poytell Circuit Court. It goes straight to the painful part defeated at that time. We would doubtful. I'l.iintilTs, Soothed the Nerves and Stops like for Mr. Cantrill to show us C. 1. Hatton returned Sunday Tett Hall versus r from Cornnttsville where he has how the liquor traflit; makes the pain. It is also good fcr Defendant. Everett Hall, men and women, uplifts the been at work. Sore throat, Chest Pains, NottcD of Sale in Equity. people and respects law and orand Surains. You don't need to ' and By virtue of u judgment and order Mr. and Mrs. Coin Bowt-the Lamp Oil Mr. .1. H der, helps our boys and giris to Mri. Priscilla Bowen, will leave of hale of the Powell Circuit Court, ren- rub it penetrates. Eyes Saves grow into splendid men and wo- Friday for Molina, Mo., to visit dered at the .Tune 'Term, 10H, thereof Swinger, Louisville, Ky. writer "J Nothing l more Important i the in the above cause, the undPrs'Kned suffered with quite a severe neuralt home man fh'Kr.cifuilv men, and is a necessity to good, relatives. thi by scttlnK th. oil iu.it ' iirni will 011 the 3rd day of Aug. 10U,at clear ant rle.in utt'mut a ufker government. Surely there must gic headache for four months withThe recent rains have come in f o'eloek p. in., or thereabout (being dowutothe la.tdn.i' IYmiylv:iiilii be somethiiigeunobling in thisli-quo- r tune to save the com crops; but Court Day,) will, jiroeeed to offer for out any relief. 1 used Sloun's Linicni'le oil reilniKl u rTfwi in. OH no pioio tiM'i lli InlWnr c MONEtrallic, uplifting in its in too late for the potatoes, oats and mile at Public Auction to the highest ment for two or three nights and I tunlwa;ouoll a WOI1 K save. cvm. Your dfalr l.do M1UTR Oil. hi bidder, on credit of six moiit lis, tit haven't 6ullred with my head fluence, upbuilding in its charac- hay crops. tarrel direct from nur works Ky., ter, or Mr. Cantrill would not be Mr. and Mrs. .1. 11. Howell and tlio Court House door, Stanton,Judg- since." Get bottle today. Keep the property mentioned in (lie for pains k Chas. C. Stat! Oil Co. in the bouse all the time Midi u slave to it as to sell his Mr. Andy Hanks were visiting ment, to wit and all hurts. 25c, ft 0c and SI, at Lexington, Ky. body and soul and vote to the Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Gipson Situated on the fillers of llutton your druggist. Adv. Uotintrjr at Warren, Tt. Word comes Saturday and Sunday, on Spruce. e.reek In mi id county whiskey gang. We tell thoolctiruteil "SoiaiL" for all sores. the Bucklen's Arnica Salve Auto OIL from all over the county that Mr. A rotisi'c" meeting was held (ieorge JoIiiimiii linu where xuid line Thomas is the man of the hour. at tho Old Chapel Chestnut Sun- croxnes the road lending from suicl rr.iii.,!J!Si'iliiifA nmd Stuntou is lined up almost solid day by Elders Prnlitt, Son, I'nj:. ,Tohnon' home, to the nubile public,; tlieneo with xaid road to the ers, llowell ami lownsemi, witii for him as is North Bend, road ton pine corner to fnnn mm ownthree additions. ed by Sherman Itobiu; thence a South Clay Creek, Cane C.reek, Mrs. Sarah Townsend's little Kaht court' with the ixjint oflhuliEc City,Wullersville and other parts the North daughter has been battlins: be- Intonetoellll; thence(ieorge Hunt with line of the county. Those who vote tween life and death for the last .said the wildCuldiron, Johnson norlli-eby theuee now owned for Mr. Cantrill will show which three days, with but little hopes to the beginning, containing '0 . ,. 'acres more or less, or stilllcieut there- mjim.ii u. ric. nide of the whiskey trallic they of her recovery, until today she down tho Ihrut ol a capey TV Mlt'li , so ordered to of to produce i li ri.Hii, ill!1l or Utrml. .tor c'icten detroy the worms This is not a party tight seems some better. are on. be made. A und aavei t io c",l "k' life r luralt'M but a tight for a clean man and ivntf in muiiii I w drop In the drlnUris water Unk The jiurcliaxer will be required lo On the Kith inst., Mr. Clayton on TO OBTAIN ' i SCLL PATCMTS, w ' Wli.fi oi .itiirr, itu n i (btWMieUkm. on the greatest issue of the day, Bowen and Miss Nellie Morton, give bond, uilh approved n eiuily, fur and CURES luteal u ui4 utlur tblM of PREVENTS GAPES that of the separation of the li- of South Fork, "jumped the the puyuient forcethe purchase money,HeD. CO. .und to have the white diarrhoea, roup, cholera quor trallic from politics. TJio broom stick"; so tho uuntial ptevin Hum!, bearing effect of a legal interest uuJ pt'v r ihlclf dUeaua. PATENT LAWYERS. of Powell county h ivocuke was carved by a select few, from the day uf sale, according to law 303 Seventh St., Washington, D. C. citizens Que GOc Bottle of lliddcm will be prepared to comply demntHtrateu time anil again and the writer has. "done thrown with these term. A lien will lie rethat they are opposed to the li- his carving knife away." tained on the land cold till all the pur- We have just received a n i e quor ttailie and they are not co oliane money la piuu. Make. 12 Callous f Medicine. iug to fail Mr. Thomas in his lineof .laciptard waistinjjs, 1'erca es Shoes for all the fam- - Jloml payuhle to Cominlt.Ionur. .houl4 keep bottle ot Every poultry raUer stand ior a better Kentucky and Ihli niedlelue i hand Wilte tor tree aamplo Phiviots aiid'I'oi)ins. KO.MWl.US JACKSON, iid Booklet on"Die ol KoU." Addre.a. future for our boys and Hy Mw. J. W.Williams. a belter WilliamS.. Master I'uiu'r I'owejl Circuit Court. tmm luufor coupamt, miitiu, if. Swiftly-Sweepin- JIiior tra flic and tell us if the li- - Moses McKinney has bought a number of sheep and lambs from the different farmers in this part of the county. Mrs. Belle Burgher, who On the last page will be found been down now past three weeks Richard P. Ernst's card to the with typhoid fever, is now slight- Republicans. He is very strung ly on the mend. in this section of the State, and there is no doubt but what he Tacket Branch. will gain the nomination. Bead All kinds of crops looking well his advertisement. since the recent rains. T. J. Ponder, our hustling mer chant, is moving back to Filson. Singers, Tango Dancers. Harness Races and Rnnning Races Daily. Biggest and Best Fair in the Middle west. Lexington is the Capital of the Horse world. All the Champions will be Here. For Entry Blanks or Information, Address, JOHN VV. BAIN, Sec'y, LEXINGTON, K .,' KEEPS YOUR HOME r FRESI-- I ana 2LEAN Notice to Taxpayers! g, Easy-Runni- ng Webb-Kenyo- n - r'l.-.n- . 1..- - at bet-te- Kheti-matis- that o f . 1 Y- 11 .1 11 1 Hat-ch- er i ut I I I KTfi,'leV I - i MMi3 MOW I ' I ii , SWIFT & 1 Bourbon Poultry Cure at SS I NINTH ANNUAL-BLU- E GRASS FAIR OPENS AT LEXINGTON MONDAY, AUGUST 3 BEST FAIR IN MIDDLE WEST. SIX BIG DAYS AND NIGHTS Numerous Attractions, Including Tha viu's Band and Concert Company Kline's Greater Shows. Ky. Since Its orgiinlza-urIn 19UB. the Blue Grass Fair has , i ,ken full rank with the lawst uni! the best state fairs anil expositions f the country. It has very just-- 1 become known as the largest horse Uiuw In the world. It Is the only fujr v iilch offers (i full quota and n for breeding classes of the uiree great breeds of American horses s well as show classes, simplified and rrauged In a manner .which makes un-i-r distinction 'clear. ' I'ltclVed on a larger and more extensive ucal? than ever before, with the certainty of i reascd.' interest on account of various a tiled features, this year's fair promises to eclipse all previous records. Numerous additions and Improvements have been made In the' matter of show rings and amusement features li.nc been secured of a kind and to an extent that justify the belief that the fair will not only prove more valuable than ever to the live stock interests oi Kentucky, but also more attractive to those who visit It. In addition to the weanling and yearling divisions, ,i've, 'stakes are offered In the show classes for saddle horses. Attractive Program Each Day. Olle" of' the most attractive programs for the week Will be on Wednesday, v hen the classes for Standard bred lio'i'ses 'w'lil be' shown. ' In addition? 'to the cash premiums olfcred and seasons to the leading horses In service' are donated by various owners and should attract the attention of the! entire world. The fair will open on Monday, 3rd, at 1 p. m., when an attractive rtclftg program has been arranged. show rings will be seen, and Thavlu'8 Great Band and Concert Co., with some of the best soloists and Kr.iud opera singers known to the world will be here. Six singers In costume will be heard In front of the grand stand every evening and there Is a great treat in store for the music loving public of the Blue tirass region. On Tuesday, the 4th, the big mule fchow, always a most Interesting feature of the Blue Grass Fair, will be iiliown, and Herefords cattle will also bo seen. Various classes for sheep and swine will be Judged In the pens, and the poultry and pigeons will be Judged In Uie poultry house. Oreat show rings In, other, classes, music by Thavlif's Band will help Mi iwt the days' prbgram. On Wednesday morning the breed-- I m; classes for standard bred horses IU) mentioned above, classes for jack nock, etc., will be shown In front of I he grand stand. Famous Blue Grass Stake Wednesday. In the afternoon the famous Blue r.rass Stake for saddle I orseB. which always produces the lu'st seen in the world. This stake gives us a spirited and exciting cuntest, and brings out a large field. Thursday is always a great day anil mi extra program has been arranged. i;jo forenoon will be taken up with breeding classes for American t!i ni)le liortes, the. prizes for which are particularly rich and desirable and I'i'ilalii to bring about a magnificent n classl-H'-atlon In-Au-feamu-meflve-galtes Lexington, ouguorraii liny, wiicn we nee hub" which bring together many of the most noted thoroughbred horses from the In greatest nurseries In Kentucky. addition' to tash premiums, seasons to such great horses as Ballot, Sain, .luck Atkins, Fair Play, Trap Bock, Water-vale- , Stalwart, Nasturtium and others are offered which Insure the bpst show ever 'given In this department. Too afternoon program Is one of the most Interesting of the entire week, In as It Includes all phamplonshlps which final contests occur between winners of the Individual classes during the preceding days of the fair. The rule governing these classes requires all animals eligible to show In these rings, or forfeit money won In the pre vious shows, and this rule will be strictly adhered to, thereby assuring large fields and affording the public the opportunity of seeing the winners brought together. The week promises to be not only a gala one In Lexington, but a one In the history of the Blue Grass Fair. Speed Program. Running races and harness races to be given each day. Cup races to be given each day by the Gentlemen's Driving Club at Blue .Grass Fair. An excellent speed program has bce'n 'arranged for'the Blue Grass Fair at 'Lexington, week of August 3rd to 8th. On each of the six days there will be running races and harness racing on r every day but Saturday. The old stake to be contested during the week, closed with 20 entries. Including nearly all the best In training In Kentucky. This race has always been one of the best races of the year for record-breakintwo-yea- It Is not tUb usual, blafa'nt, noisy demonstration of a brass choir, but a musically effective combination, swelling In great sounds until a startling climax Is attained. Amusement lovers who crave, originality will find It to their heart's con tent at the Blue Grass Fair this year. Woman's Department, The Woman's Department of the Blue Grass Fiftr, to be held at Lexington August 3rd to 8th, will mora Important and extensive this year than The premium Jlst has bepn revised, and classes offered cover almost every kind of woman's work and table luxuries.' The third floor of the Art Hall is given entirely to this ! department, and Is usually one of the most attractive exhibits of the Big ' " RIDER AGENTS WANTED IN EACH TOWN Diiikln.f iiumh'v r. Sat UI jV AH i ever before. FIFW w Fair. ' ? W 00 i u i tmi ( own ntma ptat at double onr price. Orvlen Ailed th day ; SECONDHAND BICYCLES. W lii nnt fiti.t l.1rrbd hun.lU "h but uimTaly bT a number oa bandtAken in trade by our Cbtraio retail ttoroa. Thee we rteif out itrnmptly tprl(rB(t1nefpoiut3to or tO. Derlptlro barnln Itrtii maPeil ftvH. alntlo fttU, Imported roller ahalne an I pedalt.tinrK rxpAlrii fin AQtFR FlRAIf U UrtO I Cn nd equipment ot all Llndaat katf (A Im. and dUtrtcttorhlosnd exhibit a miiidN; I.atiM. Mohjl in. Hancor" iiinjrie rumisiimoyfull our iiiuit awiim every Mm oni to t fait, II ntr.ftir pll1lntttrt(llljfvflbll nff. ri'i Kiskjuinuuaniiiynucivt'ivoawiHitrruveyiiurni .v. i. nvmwncT anyone ne Miip io inywnere in me v. f. inimni a rem inp. m rl ailvanciTirvivre'tfit,anilalloirTEN DAYS'FHEETRJALilurl.vf ivticu wiri. It you ara thou not perfectly satisfied nr do not wish to l;n'i the lit cyclunhlp ltback tousatuurexpcnseancl in)t if III (iolif.imliiii.:crif. (fratftt Dlcyrles It 'i CIPTDDV nniPtC WfurnUh the hltlie.it small prom alu.i rAwlUnl rlllUCO possible, to nuke nt one i actual factory coot. You save J10ii$2inildu'k'mcn'DrtiNi)y buying direct of iw and hnvn thnlAantifactiirtr'ai?n.irantreh4hltiil vmir bicycle. DO NOT BUY a bloyclioro pair of tires fnyiiiifii.iiiir iyi anuiirlce until you receive onrcatdlniru4 anilleariiour'unliiaidin' j faeturu pilot and rtmnrhable wcal vfi n. YOU WILL BE ASTONISHED bicycle for lM money thn oy other factory. Ve are t lit tied With Hn irttt AhOTA faYCtOTT cant. BlCYCLB DEALER!, vnrt rftn rtiiV hlivifMlinilrF roISVSV. .'"! m muf riiiri UnHrvti rtotmtaUt The second floort will again' be utilized this year by the "Merchants of Lexington," and. tt Is needjess to say will be an attractive exposition of wares manufactured 'and sold in Lexington. ( Saddle Horses. Saddle horses will be." an Important feature at Lexington "this year. Outstanding In Importance lmong the live stock features of the Bltitf "Grass Fair will be the Kentucky Stake, guaranteed $1,000, to be divided Into six moneys. This stake closed with 113 entries, representing nil of the best breeders in Central Kentucky, and was Inaugurated this year by the Fair Association and the stake guaranteed by the management. Additional stakes tor yearlings, and aged classes should tiiake this year's program the most at tractive over seen at a fair for saddle horses, as both tree a4.Vfl've-galtpclasses are provided for. d 10 Hcdgclhorn ft fVe t Puncture-Proo- f ONLY Til, T1"T1 t Self-heali- ng Thp Tires TO INTRODUCE, hH " " A SAMPLE PAIR reirnMr rrtait rrrlr 4 M t IIOMORETROUBLEFROMPUNCTURES nalla.TMksorCtaowlllnot lh alraut. A hundri'd thousand jmlra sold la year. ll I a special qivality of mtitxtr. which never Moron and which cliws iu small punctures without allowlnu air to escaue. They welsh BflH Nolle fethathlek rubber! no more, than an ordinary tire, the puncture rcslstlnir "Aand DunclurDrlDMC" qualities lioiniricl veil by several layers of thin. specially nd "D" also rim atrip "H" prepared fabric on the. tread. The regular prion of theso to provent rlmciittlnc Thi tires Is 110.00 per pair, hut for advertMiii; Purposes wo tiro will outlatt any olhun am maklnir a special factory nrlcu to the rider of onlir mlk.-SOFT, ELASTIC and: M.80 imt ualr. AH orders shiiued saraday letter U EASY RIDING. received. Vewlll hhlnC. O. I), on aitnrovaL You rid not need to pay a cent until you examine and find them strictly as represented. We will allow a cash dlacount of 5 per cent (thereby making the price 34.55 per pair) If, you send If ULL CASH WITH ORDER and enclose this advertisement. You run no rW; l:i! seiuilns us an order as the tires mav lie returned at OUR expense If for any rtuMjii they are not. rattxfActop ou rxarnlaatlen. W'm mn perfectly reliable aucl money aent to ua U m nafe ulna bank. If Jfn onler you will I1nl that tbej will rids raaler. run fater. wear better, iJMt longer anl l.mk liner aralrof theaetiree. ever than auf tire 7011 bare nanl or eeen at aar prli-e- . We know tbat you will tie 10 well (.leafed Ibat lien j.ii waut htey.-'you will order. We want you to rend na a trial onlerat remarkable tire offer. nalrof lK.Jstbora, tC VntM elTeuerour TIDING dont buy any kind nt any prb-- until youatodfora. aiieelal InlnnliirMrr! tlrrnonanprovaland trial at the Drlee onoled almVe ne write for nop hie Tin, anil Hnn.lrv latAl.itfiie w hleh ilMMTibud anil ti'intdrf all niat... aii.l klnda ot tlrea am bleycle eoulpment and eundrlee at about bait the neiial rleee. THINK write u.ioetl today. 171 AI1T WAI T" b"ttlrei Cram anyoneontll youDO NOTtbanew andOP BUYING a bleycle nr a pair VeTMff Laow nonueriulollara weare tuikkiu. ot Write It NOW. It eoatloDlr a Poatal to learn eyerythlar. DESGRiPnotoMlW" ridlne, very durable and lined Inside with r4 Ajrjrl I"(CCU linCil and this should prove nc exception to the rule. ' ' Hules of the National Trotting Association will govern the races. In addition there will be pony races, tnule races, novelty races and others to be announced later. J.1. MEAD nui GYGLE COMPANY, G81S0i.e0, III FOR i $1.25 WE WILL SEND YOU (Weekly) HALF FARE RATES TO FAIR 1 Blue Grass Fair Is a Member Amer- , lean Poultry Association. S g g THE CLAY CITY TIMES, THE OHIO FARMER, TODAY'S MAGAZINE, --- ONE YEAR ONE YEAR YEAR i,iiow The classes for Short Horn Cattle, v hlch always produces a show for liiiort Horns, will be woll worth the I rip of many miles to those Interested t'i beef cattle, which will be shown In font of the grand stand. In the aft The filue Grass Fair Is a member of the American Poultry Association, and the exhibit In this largo and Important department will be governed by the rules ot that Association. This Is a guarantee of equal rights arid Justice 1 , to all. A classification" embodying 300 classes of poultry and pigeons has been' prepared, and the management expects 'this year to be, as usual, a great show. In addition to cash premiums, the Hlue Grass Fair and a number of merchants of Lexington have donated silver cups and many additional, prizes of merchandise, etc. Heretofore the Pigeon Department has been under the management of the1 Poultry Department, but through the'lnterest 6f the wide awake Pigeon Breeders of tlrls section, the management of the Blue Grass FaHr1 has appointed a commfttee of the foremost pigeon breeders and placed the department In their hands, which assures a big show under proper management. Dr. C. V. Trapp, Dr. A. Porter Taylor" and Mr. E. W. Hoke 'have . been engaged as Judges and a winning hero" will mean as much as at any state fair In ihe country. Come, bring your birds and help us make this the largest and most successful' show In the South. It you can not come yourself, send your birds, and we assure you they will get the llroper care' and attention. illrtls Will bo cooped In Standard Uniform,. Coops, and one bird to the section, (for which the small sum of'' five cents per bird will be charged This assures no fighting or ragged birds at the end of the show. Every attention will be given birds not accompanied by owners, so in making an entry here you can rest assured that your birds will bo well cared for. h' Half Fare Rates to"Fajr.. Uo'not fall to visit the Blue Grass Fair at Lexington the week ot August 3rd to 8th. One fare rates will prevail on all railroads In Kentucky, livery afternoon and evening, beginning Sunday, August 2nd, there will be magnificent band concerts, with high class vocalists lu a Grand Sacred Con- .... ron - (Weekly) (MontiiyrONE (MonlWy) McCALUS MAGAZINE, ONE MAE MANT0N PATTERN ) ONE McCALL PATTERN : QNp YEAR Patterns to le selected from First TIumlers of Today's and SvcCa1Ts Received. ZJndouhtedJi the Season's greatest Subscription Bargain THE OHIO FARMER the past quarter of n century, there lini been one Paper that hus slooil out Iroin lis fcllou.t llki- - a ray of sunshine through u murky sky; by IU d and fearless attitude nit every hit! question the public In iteneral and the fanner in jnrtlcular; by , bucliuiiKlng policy of accepting fpripiibllcutlu-iJl (inly the cdvrFtlsIns cakoliilillslii'cj unci repiuable cnmeriA; by lis uiifnllerliii; ailvocucy of everything that ha contributed to Ihe betterment of (lie farmer. Ills family und lurni. It lias embluioiied Us name at the very forefront of The American l'arni I'ress : THE OHIO FMlW.lt. From 20 lo 48 puges every week. Magazine Section devoted to hlih-cla- s tlctlon. truvel ami scicuco studies, poetry, article lor boys anil glrjs. etc. alrulnlil-forwuruftei-l-lu- PXOL'LAU 1'IUCU. 00 CLNTS A YEAU. TODAY'S MAGAZINE TODAY'S MAGAZINE Is n monthly mul contain from .12 to 11 pones, 11 lm-ln'whle, HI Inches loiu. it h, n large, complete woman's magazine, full ot ccm-.-n- l Information of interest, livery iisue contiliis ulliuclhe urtlclr on timely subjects written, by the foicmi.t men mill vomrii of the ihiy. IU page me full of the ciiolivM kind of literature relating lo llUtory, trio el, sricnci:, luvi'uiloii, work, halrdreaslng, homo drrssiunklug, hc.illli, hRicue4 rooking, short stories ullil serial stories. It Is liriutril oil illtiilru-tlon- s. u Hue nuality of paper with beautiful, chau-r'- t it in a hanil&onie ninxunlue in every ruaucct. lUiGUL.VH A YUAIt. l'lUlX, SU HcCAlA'S MAGAZINE McCAI.I.'S MAGAZINR c.fjitnlns from M to 121 pnte each mouth. The pages nre S inches wide uud 11 Inches long. II is the greatest Yunnan's l uihloii Journal In America. It is u large,- - artistic, ImiuUomcly llliulratid url, drama, education, rtllghm, nmilc. faililoiis, needle- woman's magatlne. It contains special articles and stories uml new Idea In ilressmaking, mllliuenrii(uey work, borne decoration., unit lioiisebohl munarfrnieiit. It lllustralrs SO to fid fashion designs every month, some lu colors, besides numerous oilier attractive feulures which have luudo .this u favorite uiu.u-zin- e in over one million homes. HEUULAH l'lUCX, &u ClNTS A YEAH. 1 ri - iiieru ii. OUn TAPER T.lltle nee1 lie snlil nlmtit nor own 'ni,ni-i- . Vnu n., nil familiar with our alms and plans, Snlllce it to soy that we will continue to publish the kind Ifi.a paper that will old lu proiuotlnK the welfare of our lfoiiie and Civic life. We hope to continue to enjoy the confidence uud fcooil will of our people here ut home. We will strive hard to music. Heretofore wo have been, content to bear Instrumental concerts Interspersed with some Venowned soloists In choice selections, but Tbavlu ttuo fyarness horses. Introduces a quartette and, how they Friday momUigvlll be devoted to make the furtherest nook and cranny Jersey Cattle, which Is always a good ot the amphitheater echo with the mar-- ' miiow, as the best- - herds In the State velous and ever fresh' strains from meet here. "Lucia," "11 trovatore." ' Carmen," lu the .afternoon .Ihe Shetlaud Po- "Martha," etc. Hardly has' the insinu mes, In. addition to racing aai a va- ating quartette been stllldd when (orth troops a perfect charge of trumpets ried program of show classes. aid trombone players, and, with TbaThbrWoVtbreds Saturday.' vlu blmself leading the van, such outSaturday Is always known as Tbor- - bursts ot harmony are not often heard. road-biersd ernoon will be witnessed the Kensaddle tucky Stake for horses and an excellent program for , i tclng, varied show classes tor horses and three arid flve-galte- d cert. A I new standard will bo set for fair f What liner present could 'yem nial;c- your family, than n vear's suhscriptlo'n to'ihcsc splendid pnhlicutions, thus insuring for Father, JSIotlier, nntl the Boys and Girls, a full' supply of instructive und eutcrtaimng rcudiny the long Winter evenings that uie coming? . . At this season of the year, nil sorts of combination offers nrn mni1i most nf wliii-l- i consist of cheap, unknown publications that possess very little value. Here we offer you FOUR publications, euch of which is well known to you us being absolutely reliable. We feel extremely enthusiastic over this, offer und have no hesitunev in urging our readers' to" subscribe. It is u genuine bureuln. Take ndvunW'c of it NQV. us isnmv lm ' ' withdruwu at uhy time. ir THIS IS THE OFFER YOU CAN'T AFFORD TO Mitt. SIT DOWW NOW AND . -- u SEND YOUR ORDER TO ' THE CU4Y CITY TIMES, CLAY CITY', KY. IUWUU1MI ' 5 THE A IIOMK-MADE TIMES. PAL'KIt. JOH. THURSDAY, July 23, your patronage. Clay City has always needed a good dentist Warm weather is with us again. and now that we have one let. us ! A. T. Whitt spent a short, time patronize him. this week at Torrent. This country uses about Jo,. ' STRAWBERRY PLANTS Koscoo Bowman left Tuesday 000,000,000 feet of lumber every Fruit and Shade, Shrubs, Asparfor Danvers, 111., to remain for year, and the record will be someagus, drape Vines, Roses, Peonies, Phlox, etc. six months. thing to be proud of when we grow as 'much timber annually as Everything (or Mr. and Mrs. Emerson Conlee ORCHARD, LAWN anil GARDEN. we cut down. are visiting relatives it MontPRGE CATAI.OQS gomery county. In a sworn statement filed with NO AGENTS the Clerk of the Senate Monday Attorney Floyd Byrd, of Lex H. F. Hillenmeyer& Sons, Lexington, Ky. city a short J. C. W. Beckham set, forth that imiton. was in the he spent Si:5.7li in his campaign Nurserymen Since 1841. while Saturday. for the Democratic nomination The blackberry crop is still in for United States Senator. full blast. Many are being shipSherilT Derickson is now ready ped to Lexington. 100,000 'H to receive your tax which is due l CAPITA! STOCK. SUKlr.U.S AND V. 0. Martin and daugh- and in his hands for collection. Mrs. pkokitS. tioo.ooo ter, Miss Grace, are visiting rel- See Notice to Taxpayers in this (ft issue and see him promptly and atives near Mt. Sterling. pay the debt you cannot avoid. Tim James T. Adams, of Stanton, K AVixcnrcsTUR will occupy the pulpit Sundav W. F. Harnett and Carter s 01 WlNCIISTUIt, Kl. evening at the Christian church. have bought, a new hay LOCAL BREVITIES. Arnica Salve for Cuts, Burns Mr. E. S. Loper, Marilla, N. Y crops and help every kind of legitimate business will be depos- writes: "I have never had a cut, ited in Kentucky," Secretary burn, wouud or sore it would not McAdoo Monday told Senator heal." Get a box of Hucklen's Arnica Salve today. Keep bandy at Camden. all times for barns, sores, cuts, Dr. J, P. Green, dentist, is lo- wounds. Prevents lockjaw, ioc cated at Clay City. Give him at your druggist. Adv. "Government funds to move Bucklen's ( m . When in Need of . ( ) Builder' Cooking Hardware, Stoves, (9 TRE E S Cabinet Mantles, Grates, Tiles, or Heating Go to or Write 11 G,ruDDs o Denton, xr Cor. Main and Broadway, Winchester, - Ky. A Key-nold- Bank. Eld-- . L. J. Keynolds, of North-niiddletow- n, spent a few days with relatives in the city this ' week. Quite a number of county business men and stock traders attended court at Mt. Sterling Monday. Mrs. Serena Kradley, of Winchester, visited her mother, Mrs. ba ler and have begun operations for the farmers of the county. Thev have about live or six thousand bales engaged to press and there will be more work for them when thev net into. the field. N.HOI.LV WlTHIlHMI'OON, I'HKHi V. K. 0.Miui:it. - YOUR ACCOUNTS SOUC1TKD am ri Spring and Summer til hi Mastin, and other relatives at Waltersville a few days this week. Twenty-fou- r alleged bootleg-uer- s taken from Madisonville to Uopkinsville last week" in one batch were bound over to the Federal grand jury. of Toledo, ) ss Lucas County. Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is senior partner of the tirni 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 ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every eii!-- of Catarrh that cannot lie cured by the use of Hall's .Catarrh Cure. Frank J. Cheney. Sworn to before me anil subscrib. ed in my pnenee, this u'th day of . I). ISSli. December, . . A. W. State of Ohio, City e Come to Our Store And let us show you what a nice line of goods we carry. Our stock of Dry Goods,' Notion'-- , 13 GOODS. jjj I Groceries, Hardware, Clothing, Shoes ami etc, replete with fj h Variety, Style and Quality. THIS COMHIXKI) WITH or n v ? Low Prices Make it fo your iutcicst to give us a good t.liare of ft be- your trade. We strive to please our customers "' .NOTAKY.lTlil.IC cause we know satisfied customers au-- our best uets. t Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, and acts directly on the blood and mucous surface of the system. Send for testimonials free, F. C. CHENEY it CO , Toledo. O. Sold by all Druigits, & Take. Hall's Family, l'ills for ' I 6- Yours to please, I. aran - WALDBON K "JOI INSON 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 vour wants in everything, and know can save vou monev. If vou are 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. "Queen Quality" and "Boston Favorite" Shoes for Women we have them in the latest things in Oxfords and pumps in patent leathers, gunmetal, dull kid, regular kid and tans in cloth and regular top buttons, lace, strap and plain pumps, also in the white button boots, or regular shoes, and all the above leathers in boots. "Walk-Ove- r Shoes for Men in the new and Staple Styles in patent leathers, and tan, in button and lace Oxfords and regular Shoes. Mart." Schafi-ne- r & Marx and "The Matchless" brand Clothing for Men, "Aslor" brand Hats for Men and Boys, "Arrow" brand Men s Shirts and Collars. And M see our lines of wool dress Goods, fancy and plain wash dress Goods, giny- - i bams, percales, crepe and nam llounciags, net corset covers, drew trunrrnnt!-I belts, umbrellas, parasols, silk and cotton hose and half hose, crochet cotton... Women's and Men's Neckwear, Women's, Misses' and Chi!dren'jead)-to-wea- r 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, cool. 5toves. the Bain Wagons and etc., and etc. We are selling Crown Hour at $2.t0 per hundred or 65c for 25 lbs.; Monarch (lour at $2.40 pu hundred, or Sugu. 20 60c for 25 lbs.; every sack guaranteed this is Kentucky flow lbs. for $1.00, $4.75 per hundred, and roafted coifee, I2.i jer pound. gun-met. When you want Shoes, 3 Waltersville, Ky. Hardwick & Co., Stanton. tEES3gS2BSSB don't forget Williams'. IN W IWiSt RICHARD P. ERNST FOR SENATOR CANDIDATE SUCCESSFUL LAWYER AND BUSINESS MAN OF HIGH STANDING. NATIVE OF OLD KENTUCKY Graduate of "Old Centre" College, Elder In Presbyterian Church, President Y. M. C. A., and Largely Interested In Educational and Industrial Work Throughout the State. lime when there Is a business men to for take a part In politics, and to offer to e state nnd to the country that the of business skill anil experience which Is so necessary to success In private life. Mr. KrnM, If nominated and elected, will take to his Senatorial office not only a mind trained by education and experience, but that wide, practical viewpoint which will enable him to art it all times to the best Interest of the farmer, the manufacturer and the consumer. It may be stated In this connection that Mr. Ernst, In his political management, has always treated his Democratic opponents with such a spirit of fairness and courteous consideration that he has the confidence and respect of members of that party to a most unusual degree. wide-aproa- d hlKh-class TRAIN WILL RUN ACCORDING TO THE FOLLOWING July IS, ,. I.v t.cxlnntnn I.v. I'nrla At Tllclimond At I.lvlnK'Inn Ar. K. Ileinstadt July I.v. R. BrrnslJitt At London At forlitn At Wllllnrnsburff Ar Cnrliln At Here.x At Hrush Creek SCHEOULE. 1914. D:4!i 11:30 lo 2:H0 to 3: SO lo 16. lo 7:30 n. m 8:30 ii. in ll:M h, m 1:30 p. m 3:30 p. ni 6:30 p. ni 6:oo p. m .... 10:00 a. ..10:15 to 12:45 p. 1:18 to .1:00 p. 3:45 to 5:30 p. 6:16 p. 17. July I.v Corhln At rinovllle At Kurbmirvllle At Kour Mile . At MlilillcKlioro Ar. Plnevllle 3:00 11:00 12:15 2:45 8:15 a. to 10:30 a. to 12:00 to 2:15 p. to 4:45 p. 6:20 p. July I.v. rinevllle .. At Ilnrlan At NnlHntmig At Ilclih.uii Ar 1'incvllle .. . 18. . in perfect furred tongue; sirong breath; stoui-uc- condition, cost SIS new, price if tapains; circles under eye; pule, ken at once, $ II!..Ml. mil low complexion : neivotis, fretOwen Patrick, h'inihrell. Ky. ful ; grinding of teeth: toou'tig in sleep; peculiar dreams any one of m thece indicate child has worms. m m Get a box of Kickupoo Worm Kill, m m er at once. It kill the worm the I RICHMOND", KY. cause of your child's condition. Is ! m laxative and aid? nature to expel the A Training m in worms, implied in eandv form. film W n fill! 3cno' 'or Teaclierr in mbS a fj 11 lltll Cnnrli4litiit.lNi.r, ntar m hasy for children to tnke. at lUFMjlJLJf 11 H ItrWte. will Mh. a.1. P.'' In ni I KcbooU f Kntu'fcr your druggist. Adv. timirv ami n l Tallinn li Has Your Child Worms? Mtwt children do. A coated, Sale. Itlliit Ihiritone Horn, iUBf mt tor W. . T 'e IM'tBiv-lltrT.- , I V Fr-- Cwn. Frtt.l-tAjtii-4bull-l- GREAT ADVANTAG IN FRUIT CULTURE 7:30 a. m .. S:00 to 10:00 a, m ..10:30 to 11:30 o. m ..U'.iik to x:o p. m 5:uo p. in 7:30 a. m OVER or. YEARS- - TovlnKton, Ky. i Special.) Uicliard p ICrnst, who Is a candidate for the r, iiub'.'can nomination for United Senator, Is native Kentuckiati .Mvtn been born in Covington In 1858. h'M he has lived all of his life, and SPECIAL AGRICULTURAL TRAIN p wlic.-Ills parents lived. WILL MAKE A TEN-DAIIo received his primary education a the schools at Covington and after-van- ! TOUR. graduated from "Old Ceni p" CjI Io Danville, with the Class of '78, ir tunics the valedictory honors of hU ..i s Later he graduated fro.:i th.o STARTS ON JULY FIFTEEN . .n of the University ol 'W11 - July. 20. At llrnssfleld At Irvlrif At OM landing At IteldflliorK Ar ISeattyvIlle I.v. neattyvlllo At TuIIprii At .l.irkmin At Cnpeland At riitivlm Ar. Hazard I.v Pinevllle At Oorlili r.v Wohninnd 8:50 lo .. July 11:30 1:30 4:00 5:30 21. 9:o n, m 11:00 a. m to 1:00 p. m to 3:30 p. m to 5:00 p. m to 1:00 p m 7:20 p. m I SHE as AnronoMnrtlMtf a fketrti ant description mnj rjulcklf asrcrtnln o ir tM'intnii free wdether an l1e. Cnninimilrrt. hiroiiilon t pnthnblr t loti utrtctl r c tutuient ftil. HANDBOOK cml'mems ent free. OMcst aiieiicr forsecurlutr pRtptitn. I'.itcnta taken tlirouith iltitm X Co. recelre apeeial notice, without clmrgo. In the EXPERIENCE munit tflnlnr ir a will (finlr' j.rvtlai'lioot, mt unt n" h ltTmtittini. tntnrrtA HHn Jim Trrm tni"f HfMiiJ April onhr l, TMM Ttm Jhl ' Ph. Trrm T, Humrn-r Tti l i BiMfin .f. . CUAIUIK. PrM,n,. Designs Copyrights Ac. TnAoc Marks 9:00 a. m 10.00 to 11:00 a, m 12:00 to 2:30 p. m 3:15 to 1:00 p. m 4:60 to 5:00 p. m 6:05 p, m July At At At At I,v. Hazard At llouibrr . Scientific Jittieiicnin handsomel IllnMrntiHl wee klf. Tersest of atif Mrlenildti Joiinial. Terms, fl yenrj four niontbg, 1. tiulJbjall tiewn.irnLcr A miM.il.n. ante Mm. V ISncliitli'. HVJV ho tn,t ( moofj back It It lull? t.i n-- . iflYa actio in lar udi. u. .u flltn rnlantrt time. our. jiruggw I'rie umpu .dJAt droaltr ami aa rri j'.. Tr nOURBOM REE.1EDT CuEArANT. Laxlngtoi. K. 342 Eut Main St.. allratnt. tin. Heurnliria. Your ntvi ut i ah 22. 9:20 11:15 a:u.ri Train Equipped With Most Interesting and Instructive Exhibits That Can Be Secured for the Trip. On ICxper-Imeiit noxana WliltcshiirK McRobertH Ar. WhitesburB lona ....,,.12:40 4:30 8:30 a. m to 10:15 a. m to 12:00 m to 2:30 p, m in 4:00 p. in to 6:00 p. m 7:16 p. m !yiUNN&Co.36,B'j"'-NeBraacb USco. V York SU Waihloiiton, D. C ?j.;4.4. Richard P. Ernst, have two children, one son and one daughter, now grown. Mr Ernst, because of his splendid business ability and attractive personality, early in lite became prominently Identified with the business Interact? of Northern Kentucky, and through his Covington and Cincinnati law offices his attained great success In his profession. Republican. Politically Mr. Ernst has been a Republican. For many years he has devoted both his time and his moans to a very liberal degree for the success of his party. He was for many years a member of the Stato Central Committee, was Its chairman when the party achieved Its most notableIn the state, has been delegate tu eovenil national conventions, and In many other ways has served his party, often iit great personal sacrifice. He Ims been able to maintain terms of f otulslilpjdth all elements nnd factions in ijK party, and If nominated n ill receive the support of Republicans mid Independents without rcgnrd to any former personal prejudices or differences. Interested In Church and School. Mr. Ernst Is a member of the K'rs' I'resliyterian Church of Covington, nnd an elder in that congregation. For many years he has been President of t'in Covington Young Men's Christian AHHodatlon, which is one of thu most hiiccoasful and widely popular Instltu-tiontut its kind In the country, as It appeals to boys of all denominations Mr. Ernst retains a wide Interest In durational affairs. He Is not only a muiuber of the Board of Trustees of Vh alma mater, "Old Centre," but Is amo a trustee of the Western Colic-",- ' for Women, at Oxford, O., and I a trustee of Lane Seminary, at Clnrtn-ii.i- t I, one of the oldest schools of theology In thu United States, In tint connection he has oeeii very liberal in offering prizes to stimulate the student, and Is usually responsible for the .schooling of at least one young man xvury year. He also takes an active personal Interest In all local charitable Life-Lon- g life-Ion- s i cinaatl. In a class of which William H. Taft was a member. Shortly after completing his studies he marred Miss Susan Brent, granddaughter of Chas. Brt.it, who was for many years a proinlannt citizen of Paris, Ky. They July 15th the Agricultural 7:30 a. m I.v. WhltPsliurR Station will send out from Lex- At Jackson .... ...12:15 to 1:00 p. m 2:30 to 4:oo p. special train, At Torrent .... ... 5:o to 6:3 p. m ington an agricultural m At Stanton 6:45 p. in tour of Ar. Clay City .. which will make a July '24. Eastern Kentucky In the effort to add 9:00 a. m Lv. Clay Interest to the proper tillage of the At Indian City ... 9:20 to 10:15 a. m Fields nt 12:00 soil of that section. It Is, of course, Ar. Lexington ... understood that through the momitaihti You're Bilious and Costive! at Kentucky the area of land suitable Sick headache, had breath, sour for general cropping Is limited ana a system of agriculture suitable to these stoimvch, furred tongue and inrii , mean liver and bowels conditions must sooner or later be adopted. (Jet elo?ed. Clean up In view of these facts the Experi- a X'uc hnttle o IJr. King iew ment Station wishes to show to the Life L'ilN today "nd etinity the people of Eastern Kentucky the great and bowels of fermenting, advantages of fruit raising and general horticulture, also the advisability of pussy fonds and waste. A full bow going In heavily into poultry produc- el movement gives u satislieil, thank tion In a section so finely adapted to ful feeling makes you feel fine, the production of choice fruit and Effective, yet mild. 'Don't gripe poultry. 25c at your druggist. Adv. In addition to these two specialities there have been prepared for this train r.uckleii'n Arnica "Salve for burns. exhibits bearing on the lumbering In' dustry. and, as in other branches, the DR. J. P. GREEN, best authorities have been engaged to ten-da- y ties-tiont, July 23. 4.j; .1 1- - REDUCTION SALE. Your Attention, Please. In the laek of for room to hold our Full Line of Goods we offer to mnke a Close Sole. Ladies' Shoes and Men's Shoes eut from $0 :.'. of ri'"liir pric". tin-- , Mill's Huts ut almost cost. in the word we mean it. When we make sueh etatenient us lecture. The hest way to find out these thing is to conn-- and see for yourself. We handle a full line of merchandise and are here to please our trade. We ahsolutely stand Small or lurjie for guauuitee and satisfaction to our customers. orders are given special care. We hope in this Sale'to bring some new customers in touch with us. We ask you to consider the matter over; you need our goods, we The train will be equipped with the Interesting and Instructive ex hlblts that can be prepared, and II' will be a great disappointment to the Experiment Station If the people dc not visit this train In largo numbers take a lively Interest In Its mission and profit by M Cachings. most certainly need the money, and COME ONE, COME ALL. will give yon a square deal. Denti I SPOT CASH AT THESE IMUCES. 1 LLAY nTV KL ULK-Y- - tarck Piano No Money in Advance !A. M. Lowe & Co., ROSSLYN'S .:...4..:..:.-:.4.:.h--'---x-4m--s-h LIVE WIRE MERCHANTS. u t e o il LowestNet Sntihfac-Ho- n Guar-- a 1'riooH TcrniH K it a Fuotury i eh t A : P A, 8TARCK PftcapCNT Snviug of SlOO to S2UO y From Direct Fuo-tor- Saved Girl's Life "I want lo tell you what wonderful benefit I have re- celved from the use of Tliedford's writes Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky. "It certainly has no equal for la grippe, bad colds, liver and stomach troubles. I firmly believe saved my little girl's life. 'When she had the measles, they went In on her, but one good dose of Tliedford's made them break out, and she has had no more trouble. I shall never be without .Black-Draught," J 5 Jf S OWN HOME Ve will ship you a beautiful Starck Piano for 30 days' free trial. In your home No cash payment required. AH we aBk is that you will play uin, una nnd lest tills plann for 30 days. If, at ttio end of that time, you do not And It the lilKhest trade, sweetest toned and finest jilano in every way, that you have over wen fur the money, you are at perfect liberty to send It back, and we will, In that nent, pay the freight botli ways. This Starck llano must make eood with you, it there Is no sale. 30 DAYS' FREE TRIAL IN YOUR Black-Draug- ht Black-Draug- ht J Save $150.00 or More tlilp , from our factory, at prkm tliat iue jou upwarda o( $150.00 iu the if your nlano. We Euarantr to turnlili jl mi a Uttt-- piano for the inonfy than you can Vou areataurnl of rfcclvlni kteiiro t'lHeuhne. Nn attifjctory iwwt toned durable liluli grade piano. lo OU ilirnt Easy Payments You pay no .cash down, but after SO days of trial, you can begin payment on the low. est, easiest terms cur suggcated by a plsno' manufacturer, These terms are arranged to ault your convinlnK'e, and It Is poauible to buy a piano for your home, withou missing the money, . (it 25-Ye- ar Guarantee aiaroK 2nd-Hand BLack-draugh- T TMEDFORDS S tucky, Successful himself and Identified with men who have succeeded in commercial and professional lift, be offers bis service to His state at a Institutions. Strong With Workingmen. Mr Krnst has always had many warm friends among the working boys of Covington, and enjoys great popularity with them. He has always aid-(them in their troubles, and has lioen a very Influential factor lu his work of making their relations with their employers pleasant and profitable. Mr. Krust's candidacy will appeal strongly to the business men of Ken- Dviry Htaick Piano i Ruarauteeil fur 23 yrari. This guarantee hai hack of it our 3 yrara of piano cxjirrienoe, and the rrpu tatiun of an honiible piano house. Bargains Player-Pian- os 1 50 Free Muslo Lessens To every purchaaer of Starck I'iauoa, wo iftve free inuaic lmoni, in one of the Lot known achoola in Chicago. Theae leaaona you ran take la your own home, ty mall. Tiili rrprewntt one year's fret instruction. We haie conatantly on hand a large number ol aliKhtly used planoa of all and second-hanstandard makes taken In exchange for new Starck Pianos and I'lajer-I'lanoThe follow. lag are a few sample bargains I Weber Steiaway Chickering Kimball Starck 3110.00 92.00 90.00 95.00 195.00 Starck Player. t'iauoa are the best and most beaut I ful Player Pianoa on the You will be market. with the many exclusive features of these wouderlul instrumestt, and will be pleased with the very low prices at which they can be eecured. Plane Send for our latest complete second hand bargain list. I. A. STAItCK l'lANO Send today for our new beautifully illustrated piano book which (Ives you a large amount of Information regarding pbmoa. This book will interest and please you. Write today. leek Free In my home." For constipation, Indigestion, headache, dfzzl- - jjj ness, malaria, chills and fever, biliousness, and all similar ailments, Thedford's has proved itself a safe, JJj reliable, gentle and valuable remedy. If you suffer from any of these complaints, try Black- Draught It Is a medicine of known merit. Seventy-fiv- e years of splendid success proves Its' value. Good for young and old. For sale everywhere. Price 25 cents. Black-Draug- ht J f CO. 1.184 Slnrck lllJt.. CHICAG