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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): July 30, 1914 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1914 cla1914073001_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 30, 1914 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1914 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CLAY! CITY TIMES. SI. 00 a Year In Advance. We are here to heir Clay City, the SorrouDJim: Country an J Ourselves. 1. P.. Uuryhtr. I'utitishcr. VOL XIX. HOW CANTRILL STANDS ATHOMU. CLAY CITY. KYf., THURSDAY CANTRILL AT U.AY CITY. 's .JULY 30. 1911. STANTON NEWS. John 0. White, of NO. HI The Georgetown News, home paper, speaks thusly of him : "We are oppospd to Mr. beeuuso we aro opposed to the politics of our country being tlouiinated by the saloons tnul other special interests. "For years without a break, we have seen Mr. Cantrill line up with the liquor forces, from the selection of oflicials of his home city to the vote on the and llobsou bills Congress. in "We are opposed to Mr. Oan-- t rill for'the part he piayed in the defeat of Governor Beckham for the United States Senate eight years ago. "We are opposed to Mr. because of the rotten political machinery which he built up in Scott County, which led to the result, of elections being based upon the count, instead of the vote cast. "We oppose Mr. Cantrill in the columns of our .newspaper because we believe that his election will be detrimental to the things for which we have fought through these columns for the Can-trillCan-trill vebb-Kenyon Cun-tri- ll last eight yearn." County Chairman J. W. Hamilton, another of the prominent Democrats attacked,, by. Cantrill Vii ii in uis speeenes n.is maue uie reply : "To the Democrats of Scott "' "iMY. county: Congressman J. C. Cantrill in his speech here Saturday, June '20, l'J14, mill or intimated that I was opposed to a primary to select a postmaster for Georgetown. In his letter of March 2S, 1014, he says that 1 was opposed to u primary, und his speech of '20 he suys I wanted a primary bat wnnteii to disfranchise my home peoplp. "It seems that Mr. Cantrill do'nt know what I did want. I guess he thinks 1 am like he was about the first on one side tobacco question niul then on the other. In response to this I publish herewith a letter clining health for the past year, written to Mr. Cantrill on .March but was able to attend hi duties '28, 1014 which fully sets out my in the railroad ollice until the position relative to that mutter." week he died. Burial Monday Cantrill thusly seeing his doom His in the Lexington cemetery. in his home county, has abandon' wife and three children survive. ed his fight on hisown merits, ami He has no other people in Ameryeritably begs his home people to formed, I am writing this article. ica. TheattiickH that have been made Mr. Scott was born in Scotland, vote for him for the sake of the rising young men of Stott coun- upon ine have been made by men but came to this country a iiuiii-be- r of years ago. He came to ty, lie lias addressed them a who have had in Scott county the hightst honors that the Democrats Clay City back in the 80's. He card in which he says in part : "So many false reports have of the county could bestow upon had lived m Canada several years them and by several men who n.w before coming to Clay City. been maliciously oirculuated Though he moved from Clay City me in Scott county that in hold hih ollices in the county 1 feel that these men, In attack-in- a number of years ago, he retainjustice to myself, I am address-inman, ed a most kindly feeling for the as their fellow-countinn this communication to you. 1 call your attenhave acted unfairly and without old town, and it wa through hie "At the outset tion to the fact, that I am in no any just cause whatever. 1 have eil'orts that the beautiful little way responsible for the contro- always tried to servo loyally my park in this city is maintained versy now in progress. The moil county and my party. If I am to by the I.. iv N. Ho was a man who me fighting mo at home be be struck dowirby my home coun- of a kind heart and always had a gati the discussion by making ty men what hore is there in store smile and obliging manners for ing written statements concern- for any other young man in the everyone he met. If all officers desires to serve his ing mo which wero untrue. 1 am county who his people? If it is to be of the railroads of this country county and were of the heart and disposition only making a light in self-de- . OCOIV tmiui iui n ... Hie policy . I. up n.. fense and I am sure that every young .V V own people to ujjiuj' lit. U.xttt ...x-- . Wl ....,... It. i iw. maun man will concede to hiiu, them is little hope ahead or strikes nor need for regulation mo tins right. the young men of energy and am- - by law. lie did justice to every What hope can the j mau which can hardly be siad of my speeches in the coun- "itlon. In all fathers of our boys have if their, most railroad oflicials. Mr. Scott ty I have openly met these and a and answered them in de- hons are to have a knife driven in-- ' was a large stock-holde- r tail but in order that each Dem- to their back in the hand of a .ilirector in tho OJay City Nation-count- y i'al Hank. man? ocrat in the county might be in- g g y Congressman .1. C. Cantrill spoke in this city Saturday night to a house, a good many of whom were either ladies or Thomas men. He was introduced by II. (J. Crabtree, who made a better speech than Mr. Cantrill. In the beginning Mr. Cantrill paid, his respects to the newspapers of the district, and The Clay City Times in particular he denounced in no uncertain terms. He said he was here to refute the charges made by these papers. This was just what the Times had urged him to do, but his saying that he was going to do so was all that he did for he never answered a single charge nor did he attempt to do so. Why didn't he? Because he knew he couldn't. The Times had told the truth and he knew it, thus he contented himself by making his set speech, interspersing it occasionally with vilification of the Clay City Times, which he always referred to without calling its name, but when he spoke of a local. paper in this town, all knew what he meant. He attempted to answer a few of the things Mr. Thomas charged him with. Mr Thomas charged him with aiding in the election of Brailey. To offset this he" said he had raised $10,000 to Jie.lp elect af.Democratic..Lefiisla.. ture. He didn't say though, that this was whiskey money raised for the purpose of electing whiskey members only who were to vote for some Democrat other tlfan Beckham, if possible, and if not possible, to vote for Bradley as they did do. These are the kind of Democrats Cantrill always helps to elect. He didn't deny for once aiding in the election of Bradley after the Legislature met. He said again that Mr. Thomas had got him to make a deal with the liquor people of Winchester and Mt. Sterling to support Mr. Thomas, and that he did. Mr. Thomas, it will bo remembered, had no opposition' in either the primary or general election, and in answer to our query to him to name his opponent and tell why he didn't expose this deal when ho was running against well-tille- d Thomas frifir years ago, he re- maided sileiit, thereby admitting that, he Winchester. Mr. Kobt. Stone is on the ic.k He produced a purelv business list, this week .mil confined to letter Mr. gliomas had written his bed. (while in Senate, lie said) Mrs. Luly Treney, of Cincinto a whiskery concern, in which it appeared Mr. Thomas was dick- nati, visited her uncle and aunt, for Mr. and Mrs. Win. Scott last ering for liome cattle feediHnnd aimed to make week. it appear as though Mr. Thomas Mr. .James Phillips who has as Setiatorfwns communicating been visiting his brother here for with the whiskey people, all of several days, has returned to his which was' for the purpose of home in .Jeflerson vill, Indiana. codiln't. 'he inisleading'jhe voters. The truth it is, doubtless, the whiskey peoole are? not only furnishing Mr. Cantrill with private business letters to attempt, to fool the people,. tut they are furnishing i tii with thousands of dollars to buy his way back into Congress. This is evident if it cannot be proved. The remainder of his argument was a reiteration of former speeches, alj of which has been disproved to the satisfaction ot all but those who are of the class "convince a man against his will and lie is of the same n pinion still'', with the exception, however, of some other issues ot which Mr. Thomas is also supporting. Mr. CantrHl suddenly became very wnrm-tj- and discontinued his address before getting to answer the charges of the Clay City Times as ha said he was therefor the purpose of doiiig wheu'he of 1) , Rev. A. M. Lowe, Postmaster of Ilosslyn,was in Stanton Friday electioneering for .1. Campbell Cantrill in his race for Congress. Mr. John M. Steck, of Maryand who is on Ins way to Japan, stopped oil' and visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James land, Ewen. Mr. Joel Hampton of the Mt. Canaan neighborhood was buried last Saturday. Ho leaves a wife and some children. Ho was years of ago. Ewen, Allie Misses Mabel Vaught, Anna Hamilton, Messrs. Hobt. Coulee and Morgan Lyle, Jr. went, to the Natural Bridge Sunday and had a nice time. The ladies of Stanton have sot a- side the fith day f AugiM to the people of Powell county as a clean up dny in the Stanton cemetery They ask that fwrybody who nay of their loved ones buried t.i this cemetery come out this dav and give their time to licautifyitir the cemetery. And if you eann f come yourse'f they request that yon send u num. Let everybody briny their dinner on this day. The writer has called the attention of of Powell county several times to this cemetery and what a beautiful place it could be made with a little work. We are glad these jjood women have sent out this appeal and we t.ust that there will be a ready response. Do ly r forget the dny and please send wind out to all you know who have loved ones buried there. ed Mr. J. Campbell Cantrill addressthe voters of Stanton last Friday in the interest of his race for Congress from the Seventh District. fifty-fivHis whole speech was defending bis record on the whiskey tra)iIc.'A man is in pretty hard place when be has to defend his vote on the liquor question. If he votes in its favot why defend it? Mr. Cantrill saiil that he was a better temperance Mrs. Lulu Houston who has man than his opponent, Hon. Claude been visiting her parents for sev-er- Thomas, because when the Davib days returned to her home bill came up he voted in fuvor of i( started. Immediately upon his conclusion tho editor of the Clay City Times appealed to Cantnll's managers to see Mr. Cantrill and get permission to reply to the vicious remaks made upon him. He was very modestly denied such privilege, ne then asked for an introduction to Mr. Cantrill and this was also denied. Why were we thus so disrespectfully treated? The answer comes, "to save the humiliation of Cantrill" and at least it. was a wise move for his benefit. Mr. Scott Passes Away. Mr. Chas. Scott, the a liable General Passenger Agent ot the L. & E. Ry., died in Lexington Saturday night after a brief illness. Mr. Scott had been in de- J$ : -- - accompanied as far as Lexington by her mother, Mrs. M. A. Phillips. Mr. PauLDerthick organized a splendid Supday School of Flat Woods in Morgan count v last Sunday. lie will attend a Sunday School Rally on Rock Lick in Breathitt; county this coming Sunday. J. II. Dawson, traveler forthe Winchester Roller Mill, was in town this morning. He has just returned from a trip in Estill and Lee counties and says Thomas is very strong there and will certainly carry both of these counties. Miss Allie Vaught, of Somerset, ami Miss Anna Hamilton, of Richmond, are visiting Miss Mabel Ewen this week. All three were teachers at London last year in the same school. Mabel will return to London for the coming year. Mr. Fred Ware and wife of Hardwick's Creek, are visiting at the home of Mr. Ide Boone. Mr. Ware is contemplating on moving to Stanton that his daughter might, attend our College. We shall he glad to welcome such a plendid citizen as Mr. Ware. Mrs. Press Ewen was removed to her home this week. She is far from well but it was thought she would be as well oil' there as at the home of her daughter, Mrs, Albert Skidmore. Mrs. F.w-ehad expressed a longing to bo at the old home in her illness. n andbadthe "Mcbids fmm'Cougmit .... fair-minde- d Among the recent marriage licences taken out at Stanton urn Emmet Gilbert and Miss Rosa Adams of this place; Mr. Bun Means and Miss Maggie Woosley, of McCormick ; and Mr. Harvey Wells of Clay City and Miss Mary White, daughter of Mr. to prove it. But he failed to state to the people that this Dnvin hill was an amendment to the Webb-Kenyobill. The Judiciary Committee had voted adversely to thin bill and all the leading members of the House voted against it and alt the temperance people were against the Dais amendment because U. would have destroyed the effect of bill. This was the why Mr. Cantiill voted for the Davis bill, not because it was a temperance tneasuro but becaue it wan in favor of the whiskey gain;. Mr. Cantrill opposed the bill',because he said "the states have no right to interfere with the government in the interstate shipment of liquor." And at Stanton he said "he was opposed to the Hohson N ttimial Prohibitum. Rex. olution becaiM' the government has no right to interfere with the states." We would like for Mr Cantrill to harmonize these two statement. And then he made a spectacular rush hack to Washington to introduce a resolution asking for a epeeily vote on National Pro hibition because he thought there was u temporary opportunity to dewhich proves bs feat that niea.-ui-e very close touch with and his ready response to the whiskey people. Mr. Cantrill tried to link up his opponent with the saloon people t Paris. This has been disproven by Mr. Thomas and by everybody win. knows him. The gieat Thoim t Club in llotirbon county say tb it Mr. Thomiix' name cannot be linked up with the liquor gang in any way or at any time. There ire a thoiitanil membeis os the Thomim Club in Georgetown and Scott eoiiti ty who are oppocd to Cantrill he. cause they s.iy he is a whUkey man. The latest reports from the papers are that Thomas is sweeping everv-thin- g before him, that thuiluUU turning strong in his favor. n Webb-Kenyon Wehb-Kenyon THE TIMES. rURLtSUEP KVEIIY To the. Bemo'Tatic Voters of tho Clay City, Ky., Seventh Congressional Dis- trict: July 28th, 10M. At a meeting of the Board of Directors of the Clay City National Bank, of, Clay City, Kentucky, held this day the following tribute of respect to Jhe memory, of our respected associate, Charles Scott, who died at Lex'iigtou, Kentucky, on July 2'ith, 1014, was made a part of the records of the hank : Mr. Scott assisted in the organization of and became thcfirst president of this institution in the yenr 1889, and .served as a member of the Board of DirecChairman, tors, of which continuously until his death. The value of the services rendered by him to this Bank can not be e'xpesssed in mere words; his counsel and advice was always tempered with discretion and equity which won for the bank and for himself many friends and the highest esteem of the members of this Board ; and we shall at all times remember him as being big and strong and true, yet, as gentle, and kind as a child; knowing no wrong; doing no wrong; his path that of justice, honor and integ rity, and throughout all his life as pure as the flowers he loved to plant and grow. In the death of Mr. Scott this Board has lost its oldest and most respected member; his city, Lexington, has lost a faithful friend arid supporter; his church a devoted and conscientious member; but more than this and more than' all else, is the loss to his good wife and children, to whom we extend our heartfelt sympathy and we commend their lives to that care, that love, that peace which comes frcm a Gracious God. James B. Hall, Frank B. Russell, John D. Atkinson, A. T. WhUti he-was - THURSDAY. Subscription rates 81 a year or three years in iulvniu-- $', J- - E. liurghcr. I'ubllshcr. second-clas- Knteretl as s mail matter. Thursday, - July 110, 1914. CLUB RATKS. For the convenience of our subscribers, we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned : The Tims and " Cincinnati Enquirer $1.00 " Louisville Herald 1 00 Home and Farm 80 " Inland Farmer 80 " Southern Agriculturist 80 ANNOUNCEMENT. are authorized to announce Claude M. Thomas as a candidate for jonfrreB8, from the Seventh Congressional District, subject to the action of (lie Democratic primary. Election to tie held Soturday, August 1, 1914. Ve The citizens of Woodford county, evidently having been apprised of the flood of iiquor money coming into that county to purchase votes for Can-trihave made up a nice purse of money to prohibit it. They offer a reward of $100 for the arrest and conviction of any and every person either buying or colling votes on primary election day Saturday. The good people of Woodford nr,o tired of liquor domination in politics. Their favorite son, Barry Shoberth, a royal son of iemperance, was struck down two .years ago while on the bed of afllction and an announced candidate for Congress, by that great led apostle of temproance, Cantrill, when Cantrill, ignoring the State ftrimary election law, had his ! Committee call a primary of his own while Shoberth was bo sick jn bed he could hardly move. Mr. ;hoberth was forced to withdraw, ii)eing unable to make a cauvass ; of the district. This was when jftir. Cantrill disfranchised the .pemocrats of Clark, Estill, Lee and Powell. ". Why did Mr. Cantrill it iun,til the August State primary? ftecause he was afraid Shoberth (would be well, and with Clark, jj'lstill, Lee and I'owell coming the district, le knew he would meet justice and be defeated. law-abidin- g ll self-prais- qnd-Eelf-at- not-wa- in-t- o Many tell us they are for because he was so brutally betrayed before when he was the Nominee of the party and Brad-'Jewas elected. If this is to vote for Beckham, and - U surely is, it is sufficient cause to vote against Cantrill who took t ,i headquarters during the next to Bradley and remained at his port, going in and out of Bradley's headquarters until firudloy was elected over Heck. 1i:iii with the aid of four D?iiio-ratitraitors. It has always !b6ii admitted that Mr. Cantrill j!:iado thudeal between these four traitor Democrats and Bradley. .Then a vote for Cantrill'fs an in. Uorrieinent ot this wicked deal if you do nut intend it as such. . Heck-Jkuy sufli-.iocon-tesc Cantrill kept the Demoerats and Clark (kiiii voting in the Democrat ic primary for Congress two years .id. Wo charged this w ckK ago and Mr. Cantrill didn't deny it in his Kpeitulies in this county iturday, nor did he attempt to hecuiue he Smew it was so. ll, ot I'owell, I. This race for Congress is won, and I will be nominated for Congress if election bribers and thieves are kept from plying their nefarious practices at the polls on August 1, and tho votes are counted as cast. The right of the people to control their representative, rather than have it bought and paid for by the agents of the liquor inter ests who are at work in many precincts in the district and will continue their work until the vote is counted and the result announced, is in the balance. I do not want the nomination nnless I am the choice of a majority of the Democrats of this district. I want every man who has the right to vote to be given that right, and to have his ballot counted as cast, and if I am not the choice of the honest Democrats of this district, I will cheerfully accept the result. But I dotiot want, nor do I intend to have the decision made by bribe givers and bribe takers, or by corrupt election officers who falsify the returns. I appeal to every Democrat in the district, who believes in fair elections, and honesty in control of all public offices, and is opposed to continued saloon and liquor domination in Kentucky politics, to go to the polls on August 1 and to see that the vote is fairly cast and honestly counted. My opponent, Mr. Cantrill, is the representative of the liquor interests, which will contribute any amount to continue him in Congress. I have reason to believe-that a large fund has been raised to secure the vote of the vicious and morally unfortunate for Mr Cantrill. Victory for these interests means assurance to America-tha- t the famous Ashland district is still subject to the control of the liquor interests, an that their representative from th's district will continue to haye a place on the Committee on Rules of the House of Kepreseutatives where he can block legislation demand-e- d by tho temperance forces. So anxious am I that there shall be a fair election, the re sult of which will be the honest expression of the holiest Demo crats of this district, and so de sirous am I of doing my part that I oiler and will pay five hundred dollars as a reward for the first apprehension and conviction of any one who commits a crime on election day, whether in or out of the booth, whether by the purchase or by the sale of a vote, or by the falsification of a return. I will pay two hundred and fifty dollars as n reward for the second apprehension and couvictiou of any man guilty of a crime on election day; one huudred and fifty for the third apprehension mid conviction, aud otie huudrtul tor the fourth. In whatever county of the twelve composing the Seventh Congressional District the crime occurs, and the conviction takes place, this offer applies. In the primary on August 1 the Federal as well us tho State courts have jurisdiction, and this oil'er is made subject to conviction in either State or Federal courts. The people without tho money of the liquor interests, or tho patrouugo of the Federal machine have won this race and should not be cheated of their victory. CLAUDE M. THOMAS. Don't forget the Primary We "Are Showing the r Latest Spring Styles of Men's Clothing and Hats AND Ladies' Dress Goods s and Millinery. Mrs. J. W. Williams. - aKite. - We are Showing a Complete Line of When Mr. Cantrill blames Mr. Thomas for Bourbon county go. iog against him four years ago, he should ask himself why there are 1,000 members of the Thomas Club in Scott county? Why can he not control the Democrats in his own county? $2 Bellini? Crown flour at per hundred, or 65c for 25 ids., juonarcn uour hundred, or 60c for 25 lbe., every sack guaranteed to give satisfaction or money refunded this is Kentucky flour. Sugar $5 00 per hundred, roanted cofleo 12c per pound. Hard wick it Company, Stanton, We are GO at3uper CLOTHING, Spring Goods, Slippers, Etc. Call and see our Line and get our Prices. We can fit you in Complete Style I. We Offer You Absolute Safety, and the Careful, Couiteous Consideration of your Business Wants. Can any Bank offer You more? j ! J at Low Cost. I t t Capital. - - $25,000.00 Surplus and profits over 1 0,000,00 Shareholders liability,' SHIMFESSEL'S "WE USE" DANIEL BOONE AXLE GREASE 25,000.00 All of which is a Margin of Safety for Your Funds on Deposit here. 3,' INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. And don't L nave iu grease but once a A Clay City National Bank, CLAY CITY, KENTUCKY. X i week. fttaf hi Kentucky by CHAS. C. STALL J Membti Federal Rome Bask Sylem of ine united attic, x ML CI. Lexicon, Ky. 5s THE A 1I0MK-MADE TIMES. PAPER. :!0, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Easter, of Stops NeuralRla-'Klll- s Mr. and Mrs. Buford Powell, Pain. McKobcrts, were here a short and Mr. Allen Powell, of Irvine, Sloan's Liniment gives instant ri.lliif ....... tune last week visiting relatives. and Miss Lizzie Bprryman, of .w. frnrn 7tn rn irl.i nr Vfi..lif.,i .iu. ..., ... They went from here to visit relIt goes straight to the painful part Mo., visited Mrs. J. E. atives in Ohio. Soothes tho Nerves and Stops Friday and Saturday. a, I ' Nib-lac- k THURSDAY, July 1914. LOCAL visiting White. BREVITIES. Mrs. T. G. J. B. Potter,' of Okliilionin, is his sister, i lie pain, ji is niso gcoo irr Albert Finney and Al- State of Ohio, City of Toledo, ; Sore throat, ('heft Pains, ps. Luens'County. bert Johnson, Jr., of Paris, spent and Snrains. You don't nerd to fromSaturdav till Mondayyith Frank J. Cheney makes oath that rub it penetrates. Mr. Ji, H their uncle, A. P. Jdfinjon,nJl ho is senior partner of the firm of Swinger, Louisville, Iy. write: ' I F. J. Cheney. fc Co., doing business other friends iri the city. ' I Messrs. i;neu-mntis- rtiwa tho Ihriat of a 'caw '' c',lckcn i!c..!r(ft-t!io worm" nnJ avm Hie c'llci'n life A the Urinklnff water Mr. ami Mrs. Jasper Todd, of Winchester, are visiting relatives in the county. A light, shower of rain fell here Sunday. A great deal more is badly needed. A Mr. and Mrs. Schooler Estes, of Quicksand, are visiting relatives near the city. Dr. lrvin .reports the birth, of givl to Mr. and Mr. a M. F. Carr bunday morning J(J-poui- (l Lyle Fox, of W inchester, visited relatives in the city Friday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Wilson, of- - Levee, was here last week and bought a nice all times for burns, sores, cuts, drove of both cattle and sheep. wounds. Prevents lockjaw. 25c Tom Pettit is home laid up at your druggist. Adv. with an injured foot from a piece Decision Against Rate. of falling timber near WinchesThe 2J cent passenger rate law ter last week. enacted by the last'General As Miss Dolly Mae Ni black returnseinbly;.of Kentucky was declar ed., home. Monday aft e a three ed uiuoustitujtional by. Judge weeks'visit to relatives at Irvine Gregory, of,Loui8villeJ,becaut6pi of and Beattyville. the omission of the euacthm Miss Jennie Littlepage, of Lou- clause. isville, is visiting Misses Ethel Has Your Child Worms? and . Bet6V Johnson and other Most children do. A coated, friends in the city. furred tongue; strong breath; stom ach pains; circles under eyes; pale, Elder aud Mrs. D:1I. Matherly left Monday morning for a week's saiiow complexion; neivous, irei uVft sleep; peculiar dreams any one of in Greenup coutity. these indicate child has worms! Miss Nora Martin, of Stanton, Gt-- t a hnx of Iv ickniino Worm and Miss Mabel Norton, of Win- er at once. It kills the worms tb& chester, are visiting their cousin, caus5 pCyourbild' condition. If ' Miss Grace1 Martin. laxative and aids nature to expel the nt . in the city of Toledo, County and That the Kentucky mountainStatu aforesaid, and that said firm eers are letting their most valua- will pay the' sum of ONE HUNble asset, the fruit crops, goto DRED DOLLARS for each and waste, is the report made to tho every case of Catarrli that cannot Department of Agriculture by be cured by the use of Hall's Government experts. Catarrh Cure. Frank J. Cheney. Sworn t6 before me and subserib-cd- . The Agricultural Special came in my presence,, this (ith day of and went last week and was visDecember, A, D. ISS'j. s ited by several of w- REASON. sivo farmers who reported it to (Seal.) .NOTARY 1T1IMC be very interesting and instruct , Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inive. It is hoped that this tram will frequently visit us again and ternally vandjacts directly on (he be better attended byThosAvhoni blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Send for testimonials free. , ik win bu gruiiMi;- - ukuiuii-- v F..C. CHENEY k CO , Bucklcn'a Arnica Salve for CutsBurns Toledo. O. Mr. E. S. Loper, Marilla, N. Y Sold by all Druggists, 75c. writes: "I have never had a cut, Take Hall's Family Pills for con burn, jvouuJ .or sore it would not stipation. Get $ box of Bucklen's Ar- . our-prgre- CURES and" suffered with quite a severe neuralPREVENTS GAPES gic headache for lour months with- (WUUI vilte c:!arnooa, roup, cnoleM out any relief. I used Sloan's Liniment for two or three nights and I One 50c Uolllc of haven't sull'ered with my head since." Get a bottle today. Keep in the house all the timp for pains Mokes 12 Gallons of Medicine. and nJI hurts. 25c. if.c and SI, at Every poultry r.tlser should keep a bottjc, at your drujigist. thll medlclnd nn hund. Write tor free aamvtn Adv. of Booklet Hucklen's Arnica Salve for.all sores. and HUDSON on "Disuses Fowls." Address, COMPANY, REMEDY Leilntlon, If. . Bourbon Poultry Cure When in Need of Builder's Hardware, Cabinet Mantles, Grates, Tiles, Commissioner's Sale. . Powell Circuit Court. I'luintifTrt, Tett Hall Ac, versus r Defendant. Everett JIalj('' ' Jfptice'of Sale in.Kijuity. By virtiie 6X.a JudgniCut and order r..io ,r li.A i,...,ii r:...i. n....li (lcrcd at .the J,unq .Term,, tlicrqof in tho above ciuisc, the unuers'gueu will on tho ,3jfl day of Aug. lOJt, 1,9 clock, p. m.,- or thereabout (being Court Day,) I will, proceed to offe for salt', at ruplig Auctiou to the highest bidder, on a credit of six months, at the Court Iloue door, Stanton, Ky., the property mentioned in'tlie JiXilg- ' Ill'? 1 A.. in tin, w wit:" . Situated on the yvpcrz of. Hntton creek in said cojanty beginning at the 'GeorgeolTnWjfrjrrio ..where faid" line crosses thp road lea'ding.froin .aid Johnson's 'home'-- to' the public road; thtincd.wtth said' road' tc the public rnad to-- nine cornerto fnrni now own ed by She.rm'an EobiiisYthencd'a' South Knst'courB'With tho noint of 'the li 5 e- 191-4-a Cbbking of Heating Stoves, Go to or Write - Grubbs & Benton, ' , - ')f y i Cor. Main and Broadway, Wincjiesier, -- ' Ky. 'tit'...' , .rf iy .. X- r- When you want Shoes do n't forget Williams'?- - worms. Easy-for Supplied in candy fornrj' children to take. druggist.v-Ad- v. 25u at youq' (j KasUWlfh tho. uUnie cirn;)ihejK:Q-Ntrt- l sum to trior saiu iteorRu .lolmsoirlinp thence northnow ownied east to tlie becinnnur. containing 60 acres more or lens, or sullicii'nt there ' . so ordered to of to produce t Hardwick & Oo.'s .1.1 . Come to Our Store And let us show you we carry. what a lime line of'gonds Notion"-- , Our stock of Dry (ioods, be ri'ft'n ireI fa jjive bond," wlth'Jlppfdvod tcurity, for theTpuyinentiif Uhe purchase "money, to have' Uu forfci ' and PlTect of a Replevin Bond, Iteai'lnR legal .interest aeeording-t- o law. from the day Itiildi'.rs .will be prepared to comply with thee termti'. A lien will be retained on the land sold till all the pur chase Inoney is paid. Bond payablicto Commissioner. KOMULUS JACKSON. Master Com'r Powell Circuit Court. . I..... ...II., "The purclias(: 'will' UV.1UUUL-- .4 Spring .and Summer: ' GOODS Our Spring and Summer Goodi are now in. We, want you to sec 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, aad 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. Wp 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 wo are sole agents for the following lines. "Qijeen Quality" and "Boflon Favorite" Shoes for Women we have them in theateft things in Oxfords and pumps .in patent leathers, gunmetal, dull kid, regular kid and tans in cloth ana 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-OveSlices for Men in the new and staple styles in patent leathers, Hart, Schaff-ne- r and tan, in button and lace Oxfords and regular Shoes. and "The Matchless" brand Clothing for Men, "Astor" brand & Marx Hats for Men and Boys, "Arrow" 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 flouncing!, 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 Naiysook, cotton and knit Underwear, lace Curtains, wall paper, Carpets, Trunks, suit cases. Saddles, buggy and work Harness, Oliver chilled Plows, Oliver Cultivators, cook Stoves, the Bain Wagons and etc, and etc. We are selling Crown flour at $2.60 per hundred or 65c for 25 lbs.; Monarch flour at $2.40 per hundred, or 60c for 25 lbs.; every sack guaranteed this is Kentucky flour. Sugar, 20 per pound. lbs. for $1,00, $4.75 per hundred, and roasted colfee, r" gun-met- al leady-to-we12-J- .Groceries, Hard warepCIothijig.Shot's. and etc. is. replete with TREES! STRAWBERRY PLANTS Fruit and Shade, Shrubs, Aspar agus, drape vines, Koses, Peonies,' Phlox, etc. I!cr thing ORCHARD. I.AWN NO AQliNTS for Variety, Style and Quality. THIS COMBINED ' and OARUEN. WJTH (l.Ut. J FREE CATAI.OQS Low Prices Makjj.it .t.o yVJ,r.Ji,At'',e'i.t, H. F. Hillenmeyer& Sons, Leington, Ky. Nurserymen Since 1841. ,lo.,J?'ve us l tjootl sJi!rf ... Cj k- - your trade. Wentrivt'to please our c'ustonit'rV bei P Utilise wekmiwcpUf'.MdpusJloiMt'rsaifOVirbttatsetg. OAPITAIj htook. Si 100.000 i HUHl'LUNANUUN- ............. .. . ' Yours to please, THIS Wjncj icstj5Iv Hank. 1 'A WALDRON &. JOHNSON, Ky. Ob' WmullMTKIt, K. H I J; N. llor.i.v Witiikhni-oon- , Piikm. W. K. Hl'HAIl,' 'Oahiiihm. K VOlTIi ACCOUNTS 1 . Waltersville, KUMCITHD . ! i Hardwick & Co., Stanton. I X THOMAS CLUB OF CLARK COUNTY. You're Bilious nnd Costlvel not a cross word spoken among will not havo to sell out to some Sick hradncbe, had breath, Four the vast assemblage. Everybody trust to regain the money lost in stomach, furred tongue and hull WinclicFter, Ky. there listened to hear something Ins election. and slio' 'null' they did. As long wo can look for honest gestlon, mean liver and bowels Then To the Doinocnttio Voter? of 7th as J. C Cantrill has been nt (Set legislation and a true and honest clogged. Clean up (ongrefssimiiil District : Washington not one of his con- worker for the people. a 5!5c bottle of Dr. King's New On the first ilny of August you stituents have ever complained Let us look at the record of Life Pills today nd empty the will vote for a caiHlidnte for Con-tos- s that ho would not take up any Cantrill and Thoins and compare from the Aslilnnd District. matter Iiof importance that they them and govern ourselves i in to look after. And asked Tlu! two candidates, as you know, now they are trying to beat him .1. II. Howell. iro (JIuude M. Tlionms, of Hour-lio- n on a question purely local. Becounty, ami ConiiresPiiian .1. cause they are yelling Whiskey! unipbell Cantrill.of Scott coun. Whiskev! Whiskey! from the top of Critters' Kidue to the t v. Two years Uaii-trill stomach and bowels of ferineiitlmj, gassy foods and waste. A full bow-c- ) movement gives u satisfied, thankful feeling imila-you feel fine. Effective, jet uiilit. Don't gripe ioa at your druggist. Ail v. nueklen's Arnlra Salve for bums. s aau Caiupliell took snap judgment on you and tiiive you no voice m the selection of your candidate, and practically disfranchised you. On August 1st you will have a rliance to vote for a man who is your neighbor, and has always jtood by Clark county when she needed his assistance. lie has never cast anything but a Democratic ballot. When Mr. Thomas was Sena-loi- r from this district lie voted for every temperance measure that came before the house. On the contrary Mr. Cant rill has voted for every whiskey bill that has come before the House since he has beou representing your district. It is generally conceded by all men that Caiup. well-thinkin- g liell Cantrill, Mr. Thomas' ex-Go- oppou-on- t, defeated J. C. W. tfecliham for U. S. Senator and elected W. O. Bradley, a Republican. Fellow Democrats of the Ashland district, who do you prefer to vote for as a Democrat, a man that has never scratched the Democratic ticket or a man that has elected a Ktpublican and stands for the whiskey interests? Our last request is, to go to the polls and have your friends go on August 1st, and vote for Claude M. Thomas for Congressman from your district. Respectfully yours, D. L. Pendleton, Chairman Thomas Club. Bowen, Ky., Kditor Times, Clay City, Ky. Iloopee Boy! You missed the time of your life by not being at. our speaking last Saturday. As soon as the started on her daily march across the continent on that glorious morning about 500 yeoman ry of Powell and adjacent coui-tiestarted for our quiet little village nestled among the hills of the lied lliver valley, to hear a tqieech from the lips of our most worthy Congressman, Hon. J. C. Cantrill, who was on hand early in the inorniii!'. The Bible tuvs imt u worm cut down. lonuii's! courtl vine and tlio sun bout down on the ;ool old ' innnV Jiuad, hut no worm was strom: enough to cut down that heedi i:rove thut slindctl the vnst ni.u ,1 that came to hear tlio mwiiei ui iruin uenverea y a iniiii thut luioweth whereof he speaks. IJ is speech was the best ever deliverd in this county by tny candi-ite of any paity. Plenty to eat n the cround and it. win? iirepur. I'd to ix ipieen's tuste. There who n d dates mentioned for the purpose Combination Pneumatic Sweeper of collecting the tax due for the 15)14 for the State and counDUNTLEY Sweeper HPHIS year cleans without raising dust, and at the same time picks tip ty as follows : pins, lint, ravclines, etc., in ONE OPERATION. Its case Precinct No. , at Clay City, makes sweeping a simple task quickly finished. It reaches No, 4, at Bowen, and South Fork even the most difficult places, and eliminates the necessity at .July HI; North Fork No. of moving and lifting all heavy furniture. nominee." "Bohema." Walnut Orove, and Virden No. The Great Labor Saver of the IIomcT.ytry home, larjje or (Advertisement.) small, can cniov relief frcm liroorn tlruJeerv and protection from 1, Aug. 4; Uardwick'sCreek No (J the danger of flying dust. Ill at Vaughn's Mill, and SladeNo.7 tiood vs. Evil. tjj Duntley Is the Pioneer of Pneumatic Stvecpcrs No. '2 Has the combination ol the lTieumatic Miction Nozzle and "The ill wind that blows no- at Nada, Aug. 0; Stanton revolving Brush, very easily operated and absolutely guar . . . t body good" is of the past, but at and Hogers' Chapel, No. 8, Aug. amcca. in ouyinfc a vacuum gleaner, vwiy urn. pivc II. T. DEIilCKSON, 8. the Uuntley a trial in your home at our expense? times we may think that it is Sheriff Powell Cou::tv. Write today lor lull particulars true today from the way the various trusts, combines and our ofAGENTS WANTED DUNTLEV PNEUflATIC SWHEPEK CO.. ficers of rank work together a6301 S. State St., Chicago. DR. J. P. GREEN, gainst the welfare of our sreat. common people. For instance, Cantrill was to work against the whiskey interestss; but after the he supported the whisEACH TOWN nnd dMrlct to rliloaml exhibit a sample Latest YikJ. key men in every measure. If Ms Raner"McYCltifurnUhedbvu-t- . OurltldfrAirptiUefpmThi r:mr i maklnirmoiipyfnst. Hreoriillpa(tcilttninii(liijxrlolti(iro(mK.'. now he has the audacity to And noMoncTREquiREDnntllyourt'O'lveaiiUaiiiiitmiyuurliicyc! H. without come to us for support again with i MNk We shin to aniKine anywhere In the IJ.uhiotkbi:a mil rtrjimfllii i KiAucuirii, auvaiiur.j,rTj'utf.rniu't(,.iiuaiiuw icn van which tlmeyou may rldB the bicycle and put it toany testynu wis!:. more promises, and is also trying 'CLAY CITY, KENTUCKY. If you am then not perfectly satisfied ordo not wlsli to kuru the to patch up his old record, and accycle hii It back to us atoaroxneibe and vu will tu,t be nutonecrnl. CUnTDDV DOIOCC " rumisn me niKneat irrauo mcycit'.s it u cuse Thomas of things that nevrHlilUni rnlbCdpoilble to make at one smalt urollt almvii actual factory cost. You save $10 to fca middlemen's profltn bv er happened. direct of uiandbave the manufacturer'struaranteeltehlnd your btcvcle. DO NOT BUY a bleveleorn na!r nt tin fmm mitmt.r Cantrill oll'ered us an insult. mil price until you receive, our catalogues Saturday at Bowen by his bar- M rlei. iNeuraljr.a, liackftfnq iiTrVi. J III WMfx.MllWTTr.U factory irrtca and remarkable ipeetal offtra.and learn our unheard of w llJ Your money YOU WILL BEMTOHISHEDjfflTilTrSTOA becue, thinking perhaps that we m -lie palai. acha in aor baek of tba body V part - any year. We iwil tbeliif het griltt tbttronderfully loiopric M17 ... In!tTill nirtm wtctn make yoa mieen ininuir. were so ignorant that we would bleyclei for leu moo than any other faotory. 11 re Mt Isfled wit II w pnHt SfS abora factory cott, BICYCLE DEALERS, tblt W Mllourbtcyetuauuderyour yon can Tit. Manila ana areolar ami .a rciv relish it as a treat and would ralown name plt kt donbiAoorprtoe. Order tilled the day rwelred. onimnnu ntucnv rnUPiNY. SECONDHAND BICYCLES. W tlannt rffnlAr1vhanrllMMina han.l IiIavkUm Lexington. X. we are sure ly to his support, but l. 342 East Main St, but nnlalybaTa a number on hand Ukeo in trade ty our Cblcago reuil atorea, Them w cve out prompt) rat primrancluc from S3 to8 or SIO. Dcacrlptlvtt barraln mallei fr. he has lost some of his followers. CUASTr R HriAKrS ''"a" wnMIimPorearoiiernaineani paaais,tuirt,rvikm equipment of all kiwi at half th regular rttatl prkc. If Thomas is elected ; as we are almost certain he will be, he $ Hedgethorn Puncture-Proo- f A SAMPLE PAIIt Self-heali- ng Swiftly-Swccpin- mouth of Hood's branch and from the headwaters of Cane creek to a crawfish hole on hub begrud. Anil thoro is not a school boy in this Congressional District that does not possess business sense enough to know that this is not a whiskey fight. Now as a parting word let us go to the polls) early, stay late, and about 8:1)0 p. in. on Aug. 1, you will hear the welcome plaudit "Cantrill is the Notice KEEPS YOUR HOME FRESH ana 2LEAN to Taxpayers! I, or one of my deputies will be at the following places on the e, Easy-Runni- ne 55 I I 1 . I . - RIDER AGENTS WMO I t lb bibu.v-Infc I Dentin cm . AVMilfln aria U m - II 11 1 l I iMI 1 h si W 1 SIX BIG DAYS AND NIGHTS. 10 go The Tires TO INTRODUCE, ' ONLY iirTiiiinwj)(Tyairjfiiiiiiiifw P8NCTBRES rtaular retail vHc of fame 4 M BLUE GRASS FAIR, INCORFOIUTtO A HO M0RETR0UBLEFR0M Malta- - TmIiI tsm Ala.a will ha I.I 4h bIm huudred thousand nalrs old last rear. Lexington, Ky. August 3rd to 8th, 1914 $20,000 in Premiums 45 High-clas- s THAVIU'S BAWD and CONCERT GO. Artists. Grand Onera Singers, Ragtime Herbert A. Kline Shows. 25 Special IM J, L, HEAD Cars; 300 People. It noftaonly rldlnir. very durable and lined Inside with a special duality of rublxr, which never become DOroua and which cUmo no xmall punctures without allowing air to escape. They wrtirh t Notice Iho thick rubber t road no more than an ordinary tiro, the puncture resisting I "A" and puncturo strips O" quaunea neinir given Dy several layen oi tnm.speciany ' and "O" also rim strip "H" prepared fabric on the tread. The rejrular price of these to pravont rim cutting. This tires U S10.U) per pair, but for advertising purposes wo tiro will outlast any other are making a special factory price to the rider of onlv make-QOPT, CLASTIC and 51.80 per pair. All orders shipped same day letter 1 CAST RIDING, k received. Wo will shin C. 0. 1). on aimroval. You do V tiot need tonav a cent until vnn evamlne anil flnri them ctrletli 4 renrpsenteil Wo will allow a cash discount of 5percent (thereby maklr.g the price $4.SSperpatr)lf you send FULL CASH WITH ORDER and enclose thU advertisement. You run no risk In sending us an order as the tires may be returned at OU R exiwnso If f or a nr mason they are not Mtltfsrtory on .xamlomtlon. W. .r. lierfrctlr rell.bloand iood7 wnt to u.Uaa Ht. u la a tak. 1( 7011 nnKr . lAlrortkeMtlrvfl, jo will nnJ tt.t will rlUo Hwl.r, run ftwter. wur better. Iwt looter .ml look liber than .of tire 70a uriefirnied or Menthr t .07 lrlce. He know tlmt you w lit be u .ll plumed tbst wtn 70U w.ot rryaw Jim win iTtaiyoDrornrr. we w.ni 70a tu veon na.in.ioruer.1 ODce.uenceinieremarK.oN lira ner. fJT ww HSFFn TIOJTO ton't bU7 .07 kind at an7prto until uUM)naror.lMlror lledcvtbom approval anJ thai al the aueclal Introiltictorr price quoted aborei or write for our bt a Tire and Sundry Catalogue wblcbtleecribeeuij quote) all maktMaul siatiB vi iirrftna birycie eiiiipineniana aundnceat about ball in. usual price. liapoataltoder. DO MOT THINK OF BUYINQ a bicycle or a pair A IT' WAIT wt of tlrea rroin aoyone until you kuaw ibeuuw and woodortu! utter wi are inaLinc. DESCRIPTION: U'ZWltt'iJS lrl i ponUI to learn eTerythior. CYCLE COWPAWYnOHBGilGO, ILL HUSBAND RESCUED Singers, Tango Dancers. Harness Races and Knnning Races Daily. Biggest ana nest r air in DESPAIRING WIFE the Middle west. Lexington is the Capital of the Horse world. All the Champions will be Here. For Entry Blanks or Information, Address, After Four Years of Discouraging Conditions, Mrs. Bullock Gave Up. in Despair. I had gotten so weak I I could not stand, and JOHN W. BAIN, Sec'y, LEXINGTON, KY. gave up in despair. tonic, and I At last, my husband got me a bottle of Cardui, the woman's com- Husband FREE for Women. Send us your name and address and we will send 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 ior your work a set of Rodgers' Silver Spoons. Send no money, we trust you. Everyone needs Waterless Window Washer. Came to Rescue. menced taking it. From the very first dose, I could tell it was helping me. ! can now walk two miles without its Interesting letter tiring me, and am doing all my work." If you are all run down from womanly from this place, Mrs. Uettie Bullock writes as follows : "I suffered for four troubles, don't give up in despair. Try years, with womanly troubles, and during Cardui, the woman's tonic. It has helped Catron, Ky. In an .)iJ-eR!M IIS pMJHpl KllUHji't, B"W Training (School for Teachers A iba. H.I.W. or lUV UI VKliii 1,1 i V ' this time, I could only sit up for a little more than a million women, in its 50 RICHMOND. KY, while, and could not walk anywhere at years of continuous success, and should all. At times, I would have severe pains surely help you, too. Your druggist liaj in my left side. sold Cardui for years. it wilt He knows wiiat twM. tm all K il. P..' The doctor was called In, and his treat do. Ask him. He will recom- t IiWn TrKK wAc lullll'Null'l ii t fc" I' I i "'ij tr viwkn Miiiiuv ltir mxA s..i.i kmtl. 4 jwrw nl f tirlMlltirt, mUw I'M n H It'll Imtm futMm. . Tfctr 1 1tm T- r . nttifr .iautrri. i'c i Waterless Window Washer Mfg. Winchester, Ky. Co., ment relieved me for a while, but I was mend it. Begin taking Cardui today. ll'rtf tot Chattanooga Mtllcliw Co., UilcV soon confined to my bed again. After that, nothing seemed to do me any good. f (j CJIIAUHK. VreaMriil. AJviuxy.Drpt., Uuitanoova. Tenn., for ijlvcuil liUtrucUoiM on your rata inj64-pj- g buok, liom. Weuua," wnl In slain wrappw, Ticauucal lr