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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): August 6, 1914 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1914 cla1914080601_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.): August 6, 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 TIME1S 81.00 a Year In Ailvuncj. We arc here to help Cliv City, the Sn 'miniinc Conntry and Ourselves. .1. R. ISnnjhir, I'titilhcr. XO. IV VOL. XIX. Quiet . PLAY CITY. KjY.. TUT "SPAY ull' AUGUST 6, lM. STANTON NEWS. very Mr. Hubert Stone is still on the sick but is a little better at The primary passed 1 quietly in all p:irts of the Sfute. out i he ln i v pupers have giwii tho results until nil i)t' our readers are sis familiar with the re (Jnvcrnor Heck-hal u rns as we are. ir(iveil that he could come back after a six years rest. Con pressman Cant rill earned the 7th district ly a much greater majority than his most ardent supporters thought for. Cain den came through in a walk Willson is the Republican noun-n'(!for Senator by a safe major ity. e this w lit riling. Miss Mainly Faulkner, of Win-- , chester. is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Henry Tipton, this week. Prof Sleetlrs wife has been quite sick all this week but is ciiinu liuttot tit tliic ivriHtw Mr. J. II. Ilardwick, of was Win-Cheste- r, in town last week shaking hands with his many; friends. An item that. wa overlooked last week was the doa'h of Mrs. Now lor (lood Roads. Henry Tipton's sister, Mrs. The primary is over and everv Dunn. body can now take a rest. The Mr. and .Mrs. Renn Sewell. of Democrats are for their men and Jackson, visited the hitter's the Republicans are for their's Mr. and Mrs. Win. Hard- There is but little opportunity 'w irk over Sunda v. now tomake a change in votes. Dr. Johnson is going to have It is always a pleasure to have a a concrete sidewalk made from rest from a campaign, especially the roan to his house. This is a ligl.t is in one's own when the house. step many of us might take. Now for a ballot on the bond Mr. James Clark, of Sexton About issue to get turnpikes. creek in Clay county, arrived December has been suggested as Tuesday for a visit to his brotha suitable time to hold an election on this proposition, (iood er, Mr. D. R. Clark of Stanton. roads are worth more to .1 county Dr. J. E Lemming has been than all the Senators and Reprem iking some extensive improvesentatives in times past have ever been. Now for good roads. ments on his ollice that adds much to the comfort of the OUR NOMINEE FOR UNITED STA..EJeN To Start Cemetery Fund. place. Frank M. Raker, of Owega, N. Hamlctt Comes to the Jellef. . . Mrg.Mjj.Uie Crajivford and. b:.v. Flagrifttolatlon ot Law , Jias.t of,,t the. 1tauy schboVpafro7is1are.com. 'TveSnes'duy, July 29, a freight by, of Jackson, have been visitTimes a check 'for ?.. 00 to start a plaining of the new school book train stood across, the 0th street ing several davs with her parfund. Per- law which compels a . new set of crossing for onehalf hour at least, ents, .Mr. and Mrs. Win. sons in this city interested in the books in the public schools this and travelers had to come around beautifyiny of the local burial year. Rarksdale Hamlett-Supt. by the depot to get across the Mr. Fred Ware, of Ilardwick's grounds should accept the oiler of t Public Instruction, conies to track. The blocking Creek, has moved his family into by following suit and making up the relief of the patrons and says limit of publfc .roads by trains is the building of Mr. James Ewen. funds to improve the home bu- the book companies must, take not paid any attention whatever. Mr. Ware will travel on the road rial grounds. However, it is not the old books in exchange for the There is no sign at this crossing for the grocery firm of Ilodgkin imperative that the money should new ones at fixed prices. Mr. nor there never has been. This and Co., of Winchester. go to the locol cemetery only. Uamlett is a man w ho appears Commonwealth of the L. & N. is Mr. (ieorge Stephens and bis Any cemetery in the county that to be a friend of the people as will be lirst. to start a bona lide we had occasion to mention in a great state of authority over son, Charlie, with Robert Mor-ri- s the common people who must subscription fund for the im- these col us before. and Cleveland Chaney left tamely submit to all forms of Monday provement of public burial for Loveland, in Mor01) grounds can siet the by Judge James II. Evans, Coun- law violation for the benefit of gan county, to work on the new inakingapplieation to this ollice ty Judge of Clark county for six- this octapus. ' Hut how about the railroad being built there. teen years, died in Winchester poor man? Scores of I'owell countv people Tuesday from cancer of the Mr. A.IC. Day of Howen, Mr. are attending the bii Rlucgrass throat. Judge Kvans was right Noted Journalist Mere. C. Shimfessel of Clay City, and Fair at Lexington this week. The fully designated as the best counLouis' Pilcher,. a noted Ken- Hall A: Lylo of Stanton, were Rluegrass fair and the .Montgom- ty Judge of the State. tucky journalist, is in Clay City by the Hoard as deposiery county fair are very attractMrs. U. W. Anderson, Jr. and this week delivering copies of! tories for the "'ew school books, ive to I'owell county people. children, of Mt. Sterling, aro vis- - "The Story of Jackson City." and they can be obtained at these ting Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Wilson. Mr. Pilcher is being urged to places. Mrs. W. T. Adams and daughter, .Mrs. llarry;Sliattuck, are vis Mrs. Nan Terry, of Lexington, write a similar book on Clay Mr M. S. Crain, of Jackson, iting Mr. C. 1!. J)icksou at. visited friends 111 the city last City and Stanton. He linds the was i pleasant visitor to our week. outlook here very flattering and town over Sunday. No man is will probably undertake the more welcome than Mr. Crane work. Mr. Pilcher has gotten ami we are sure that no man V out similar books ou Whitesburg hales to leave Stanton worse than and Hazard. he does. Misses Maudo Honne, Anna lie Fall Term. fail term of Stanton Clark and Maynie Derickson left The will begin Sept. 7. This Monday tor the Hluegrass Fair at eolleiro Is a snlendid idacu for our Lexiugton. Miss Maude Hoono KY. h.ivs Mini ..iris to .icoiiiiH in mlii. and Anna CiarU will also visit at the latter's sister, Mrs. Myrtice cation. Hcsules it is u home in- Coulee, betore returning homestitution, and no huv or girl Next Term Opens Monday, August 7, J. C. Hanley and wife re- should think o,f leaving the conn-v,,i,t to 4. 1'ri,l!y fr01" ty to attend school, especially is none better to be their parents in Ohio and when there Master Hubert Mc in tho State than our own sylvania. One of the Best Schools in Kentucky. llenrv, of East Liverpool, Ohio, Stanton Collogo. anil a nepi'ow oi rroi. uuuiey, Pastor L. F. Maun is conduct- returned with them for a visit. For Information Write to ing a protracted meeting with A revival meeting to be conhis church at Ilardwick's Creek, ducted by Rev. D. ti. Combs, of which will continue over Sunday Morehcad, will commence at the v.- i.. .. i, ....I.... .1: iiigiii Christion church the 18th of AuWilli a nasnci iiiiiiiv.-!- . services only will be held on gust. Hro. Combs is too Stanton, Ky. j week days. to the peoplo of Powell county to need any furthor com. Mrs, J. 11. O'ltear and 6ou, iiieut ou, Harry, are visiting rolatives near School at tho college will open Levee. Ru-fu- s par-ents, up the lirst Monday ;n Septrn. her. They urn oxpeet'ng ,i sdnm eorp of teachers th cunuu. year. .Miss McRill liideciii- ' to come back agim tins w She w ill be welcomed hy 4II tl,' w ho know her. The County Sunday S-Convention will meet at StanN, the Jlith and J7th of August. good program is being arrange and it is hoped that everv eln in the county will tie represente Miss Maude Dance of LnuisviP will be with us. She is a liv wire all right. fr - . I A mad dog was killed Inst wee but not till it had bitten a ickson girl and also number ' hogs and a cow. Tuesday of 'w week th cow went m.id had be killed. The cow belonged Mr. Derickson of across river. This is the dangerous e,, son of the year for mad dogs an it might lie a good plan for a dogs to be kept tied up tilt lm. days are over. A number of d have been reported going mad "i late. .1 ; ! -- 1 j e.leaning-np-eoineter- y Hard-wick- , Jive-minu- 11 111 ." Ash-lau- Mr. W. F. McDonald, of II., a en, who was taken to Loui-u- ! for an operation for kidnev tic' hie, died from the effects of t'i operation and was brought Stanton Friday and buried. Th. funeral was preached at church. Servici were also held by the Masoiii-Ordeof which Mr. McDonald was a member. .He was one rt best known men of Powell county and leives a host of friends t mourn his departure. The election commissioners mei Tuesday and made the oflici..' . count of the primary held On account of the signature of the certificate in the ballot book not being signed the Clay ltv Precinct was not counted bir the official count is as follow For the long term on the Democratic ticket. Heckham 2!KS, Mi Creary Jo, Stanley .'id. On th. Republican ticket, Ernst Pt;,Wi; son 101, and McLaughlin (i. Fthe short term on the J)mii eratic ticket, Camden 227, Sunt JJt, Young 10. On the HepuU can ticket, Hullitt lo.,. Fitpit rick ".). For Congress on il Democratic eieket, T'nuna- - I.V. Cantrill '2'27. At this wntm now, Cantrill, Heckham, 'am den are the nominees of th-- ' Democratic party and Wilo and Hullitt of the Kepubli. party. The race i very close tween Wilson and Krnf and inau be reversed when rl.e ollicui1 The Sevenf count is made. District must bow her head , shame again in the nominatio , of . I. Campbell Cantrdl. Ler, Satui-tl.iy1 .1 l man who STANTON COLLEGE, I Col-leg- o t STANTON, - '14. 1 Penu-foun- d i t Rev. J. C. Hanley, President, - well-know- n that he was lined up with th w hiskey interests. A reat manv w ho voted for him were ashain ed to say that they were for Can trill beforetho election, for whe tho writer asked hem who thev were for they said '"for T!ioma. ' but on the day of the elect in they voted for Cantrill. Wit twelve of the leading Deinocnr ie papers supporting Thoma an I four supporting Cantrill and wit ull tho temperance people ligh' ing hard for Thomas and ull tli ministers standing solid tor hn the liquor trullio showed their power in tho election of Cantrill Once more have the people of tho Seventh District let tho iiior trallic say w ho must be uw Congressman in the Seventh District. The writer is glad that, there is another change yet to defeat this man. Itjinay not h done but there is u chance to re. deem ourselves yet from th liquor trallic. I I otedtorh:m show el it takes to mathematician to see that a merchant is better off if he can get a quarter of a man's monI'UIILISIIKP KVKItV THURSDAY. ey, than if he merely gets a quar-- . ter of what that man has left. Subscription rates 81 .1 yenr orthreo after he comes out of n saloon. I in udvunce am sick of John Barleycorn's V,. liurghcr. Publisher. brazen robberv of men, women yt-iir- THE TIMES. 'John Barleycorn." 'I am not good af ilgures but ham, the dry candidate for U. S. Senator, carried this district by over 1,000 votes, and (Jantrill, the wet candidate for Congress, carried the same district by majority. Ilere we have a dilierence of 7,500 on identically the same issue. 0 the recent primary is that Beck- We Are Showing the Latest Spring Styles of Entered us secorul-cliis.- mail matter. l'hursday, - - Aug. (, 1014. CLUB RATES. For tliu convenience of our subscribers, we have crranged club fates with the following papers at prices below mentioned : The Times and " Cincinnati Enquirer $1.00 1 00 " Louisville Herald SO Home and Farm ' Inland Farmer 80 " Southern Agriculturist 80 Tlio Times opposed Mr. Thomas, Mr. Can trill in the urimurv in favor of another Democrat. We used every honorable effort to got Mr. Thomas nominated as he should have been. And what we saul 111 that campaign was true; not a word having yet been disproved. We have nothing to take back. Our arguments a gainst his 110n1i11atif.11 were for things he had done, rather than what he will do, with but the one .single exception, and that is his attitude on the liquor question. lie is wrong on this. Though he is the nominee ot our party we will never indorse this part of him. This is but the one single living issue between us, while there are many between the Republican nominee and us. Then how could wo oppose the nominee? Mr. Oantnll made some very bit ter personal remarks about us in his speech hero and we will call him to account for this later, but this is not suilicient grounds for the Times to desert the grand old party of Democracy which has nourished us. Our methods of reformation are through the Democratic 'piirty and wo lay down the family fight only to take it up again two years hence. Had Mr. Thomas been the nom inee, we would have expected the (Jantrill men to support him, and we guess they are expecting the Thomas men to support them. To preserve the party we must ever bear in mind that "United we Stand: Divided we fall." ineretore, 111 accepting our nominee, we do so without the retraction of a single word we have suid, all of which is true Wo simply believe in the people having a vote; we believe in a majority rule. The voters have we cheerfully submit. The Tunes supports its party if itcanui.t otherwise indorse its nominees. vote for Mr. Bristow against Can- Wo have heard of home overly trill, he would not miss them, zealous Stanley and (Jantrill men and the 7th district would be who say they will not support represented by a Democrat just Why will they not tbe same. The situation is very vote for Mr. Heckliam, please? dill'erent. It is imperative that Ihero is not a single excuse for every Democrat support Mr. ot supporting him. Everv inch Beckham. t him i a Democrat. Every The first battle is over and tlte that we had to Mr. Heck-ha- liquor people won the Congresis history and a dead issue, sional nice. They won for the thin be the case with reason that every liquor man very Democrat. If temperance went to the polls, mid voted. peoplo oan swallow (J.intrill, pray And a little further the liquor t ll us why whiskey peoplo t people succeeded in pulling the swallow Heckhain? And, wool over a few temperance- peolii'Mdes, there are but a few thou-Miple's eyes and getting them to majority in the State for vote with them, while I Seek hum. The neglect of a few the Thomas vote remained at Democrats to support him means home and let the liquor fellows tint election of a Republican, have it their own way. (in the other hand, if every Democrat iu 1'owell county should One of the strange tilings about self-respeI'.i'i-kha1 and children and then bragging that he supports t lie government. "I'm no reformer. A man doesn't have to be a reformer to be opposed to locomotor ataxia, and cirrhosis of the liver, and rheumatism, and sciatica, and cancer of the stomach and paresis and softening of the bram and hardening of the arteries, and rattlesnakes on top of it all. Take away from John Barleycorn the power to atllict mankind with these things and we'll support the government that John Barleycorn claims to be maintaining small missing the without change. "When a pretty bride fades into an overworked, shrunken, frightened ghost, and children hide in comers from the insane wrath of a drunken demon who brought them into the world that they might wish that they were never born, rather than license John Barleycorn to do this, I'd see every business in Christendom go bankrupt. "But the saloon men tell you that prohibition doesn't prohibit. The anxiety of the organized that wo place ourselves for peace and safety beneath their protecting care, is beautiful. You'll have blind tigers, of course you will. And you'll have horse But do you license thieves. horse thieves on that account. But it is just as easy to rid a town of blind tigers and bootleggers as It is to make legalized saloons obey the laws. "And at most, the blind tiger, Do you won't get the boys. mean to tell me that the Kentucky lads have so that they will little crawl through a coal hole and sneak down an alley, and up a back stair and over, a roof to get a drnk of vile liquor? The way boys learn to drink is by. drop ping in where the lights are bright and their friends are there with the slot machines and the race results and the free lunch and base ball score and an air of sociability that makes every one of them drink ten times more than he expected to when he went in. Do you think for a minute that the maintenance of business prosperity depends on that sort of thing? Then bring on your opium joints, and cot caino parlors, and set the town insane with absinthe and let's have a real prosperity." Frederick Landis at Lexington. d They are about to have some war over in Europe, and all over the killing of one Prince by a lot of ignorant people. The war will cost the lives of one million better men than the Prince already dead, to 6ay nothing of the cost of the war in dollars and cents, and the uso of their labors in the business world. To speak of these great Powers' as Christian nations is but idle talk; while It is'true that!. Germany seems to provdko the whole thing. The defeat of Mr. Thomas is no test of the strength of the temperance cause; it is only a test of a few really temperance people who had too much confidence in their side and remained at home. When they .learn that the liquor people to ft mangoes every time they will go too and then victorv is won. The election of school trustee in each country district was not lacking in interest. Jn some dis- Men's Clothing and , Hats AND . Ladies' Dress Goods and Millinery. Mrs. J. W. Williams. tricts the election became very exciting and nearly every voter cast his vote. 4 Beckham, Camden and Can trill are the Democratic nomi liees, and they, re all winners with a. united Democracy. selling $2 00 per Crown flour at G5c for 25 Ids., Monarch (lour, at S2 40 per hundred, or 00c for.&S lbs., every sack guaranteed to givWsatisfacJion or money refunded this is Kentucky flour. Sugar 85 00 per hundred, roasted coffee 12 jc per pound. Hardwick & Company, Stanton. We are hnndred.or We are Showing RICHMOND. KY. a Complete Line of WKf 11 tt-- S III 11 V"'Li i7'iT. Training School for Teachers A and KJ CunrMi kadio M Klrmmtarr. anil Lit. Rt.l. III Pu'.ll. ItnlermMliat.JtCDttli'lr. all BMU CLOTHING, Spring Goods, Slippers, Etc. 1 "i " Dull.nn. enalpt4 Pnnmllo Nrl.ni. , ',"t,Ti"x b1 Hl rTmua.laiil. r'l. t Twin Ham""' Sckaot eprna Juua IU, J'''r Trw J.nu.r. ? 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On your first iiurchaae of one bbl. of.No Carb Auto Oil will fur nlih rRKig one U gat ateel barrel with fauceL fine to uae by you for permanent atorage. l'rireof oil In 1eab.U., 40 Mr lalba. O.Ju freai ,ar i.Mli... cap CHAS. C. STOLL OIL CO. "Enailio.". ....rf.l lie.U (KJI'ffTv?.'!!'.,'4 Ti eileleferiielleeailaea. IKU4, lira1 ail. tiaawlulea ail. ADrfeetoIlforeltheralreoolJor Y'k'fvw v,n,a automobile. Mule from flnent wmterk 'wSvy rnnay1.V NKaiiUisgi'x eooleil 4fJLSpX SBs&&S whlchNs7a' I 1 immtmmmmmmmtitmmmmmmmomamiaamBBaamm r mum IWPWhMMWMMIWWfW ibw . . ii. i i.hl THE A HO.MK-MAO- TIMES. K PAl'liR. (J, Homo grown watermelons have W. I'; Perry, traveler for appeared on the local market. Louisville, is in the city toThey are line this time ns they day interviewing our merchants. generally are of dry seasons. Bel-knn- p, THURSDAY, Aug. 1014. LOCAL .Misses BREVITIES. Bom, July 27, to Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Easter, of Letcher county, ;'i daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Easter formerly resided near this city. i .The extreme dry weather continues. .The hill land crops are being ctit. very short, while the bottdmlnudsareproducing bumper crops of corn. Nellie and Muttie Scott Bowling Ureeh yesterday won arc visiting relatives in Harlan its fight for lower freight rates county. from the East throndi an order .Mrs. J. W, Harnett, of Butler, of the Interstate Commerce Com-Mo., spent Thursday with rela- mission. tives in the eity. Bucklen'A Salve 1 The railroads west of the Mis- sissippr fire asking the Interstate Commerce Uoinmisssion for a raise in rates.' Asiitiilar request has just been denied the roads east of the Mississippi. .Mr. ami .Mrs. burn, wound or sore it would not heal. Viet a box of Hueklen's ArJ. W. Uonlee, of Montgomery nica Salve today. Keep handy at county, is visiting his daughter, all times for burns, sores, cuts, .Mrs. W. 0. Martin. li.je wounds. Pi events lockjaw, Xo ill Hose, of Winchester, was at your druggist. Adv. here Monday with his brothers, Visiting Old Kentucky Home. U. I'! and Edward Hose. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Vaughn, of The Bluegrabs Fair at Phoenix, Arizona, are here on a is in session with line at- visit to relatives. They left tendance and good exhibits. their old home, "peaceful Val- - Winchester, are tives in the city. Win. Ktliro, of visiting rela- Arnica for.Cuts, Burns Misses Johnson Entertain. Mr. K. S. Loper, Marilln, X. Y., Misses Ethel and Betsy John writes: "I have never had a cut, son entertained with a beautiful iawn party oatuniay evening m honor of Miss Jennie Littlepage, of Louisville. The lawn was briinhteiiod with ..... Stops NeuralgiaKills Pain. Sloan's Liniment gives instant relief from Neuralgia or Sciatica. It goes straight to the painful part Soothes the Nerves and Stops the pain. It is nbo good frr Rheumatism, Sore throat, Chest Pains, and Snrains. You don't need to rub it penetrates. .Mr. J. It Swinger, Louisville, Ky. writes: "I suffered with quite a severe neuralgic headache ior four months without any relief. I used Sluun's Liniment for two or three nights and I haven't sull'ered ...with my head . . mice.; uet .1 imttie today. Keep in the house all the time fur pains and all hurts. 2oe, .V e and SI, at your druggist. Adv. isucKicn s arnica aaive ior an sores. IT s ONE fcfiOP n - r i if c a Cio 2.p" w art "n 1",-- CURES and PR EVENTS GAPES ... One 30c iiottle of ' ond i r. u s li st a, os Bourbon Poulfry Cure Make? 12 Gnllons of Medicine. Every pulirv raipf tit". 1 !:ccp a bottlo fi( thU mcili.me i liaml ttr'to lor freo iampl and nooL.V'1 u"DI(uj KnR ' Addtest, RJHECY COMFAMY, iMiitfao, . . . Vi I. ) Japanese lanterns; the Victroln furnished the music, and several' games were played. After which a delightful refreshment was served. The guests were as follows : Misses Jennie Littlepage ; Sadie McGuire, Lottia Snowden, both of St. Helens, Ky. ; Gertrude1 Vollmer, Koxie Akers, I'uth Ea ton, Adalene and Josephine bora Mackey, Fanny; Mount., Nora Martin and llalliel Rogers. Messrs. L. P. Keith, J.J 11. L. Bus- C. Voederbruegcen, sell, E.G. Curry, J. B. Potter;' Robert and Clay Coulee, Guy1 Crowe, of Stanton; Morgan Pin-ney and Vernon Coulee, of Mt. Sterling; Shelby Martin. Chas. H. Duncan, J. C.Eaton, Jus. 'Hen-- : dricks and Hush Bush. 1 ' j When in Need of Builder's Hardware, Cabinet Mantles, Grates, Tiles, City, Mich., is visiting Mr. and teen years ago and have been quite prosperous in Arizona. Mrs. Win. .Johnson and family. They will be in this part of the President Wilson intervened State .or about, two months vismid has just prevented a general iting relatives and friends. Their strike of railroad employees in oldest son, Vernon, is well known the Western States. to many Clark county people. He is thp Keeorder of Martiopa counMrs. IL M. Curtis returned ty, and running amain for the home Sunday morning from n place. Two other sons, Sam and visit to her daughter, Mrs. S. A. George, have a large mercantile Easter in Letcher county. store on Indian Road. WinchesThe State school per capita will ter Democrat. be $1 f0, the highest in the hisHas Your Child Worms? tory of Kentucky, according to Most children do. A coated, Supt. Barksdale llamlett. furred tongue; strong breath; stomach pains; circles under eyes; pale, To Arrest Congressmen. sallow complexion; neivous, fretAbsent members of the House ful.; grinding of. teeth; tossing in .from Kentucky and sleep; peclilTarriahisany one of' wore threatened with arrest by these indicute child has worms. Speuker Clark, who declared that Get a box of Kiekapoo Worm Kill'Congress must be continuously er at once. It kills the worms the able to assemble a quorum dur- cause of your child's condition. Is ing the European crisis. laxative and aids tint lire to expel the other-States' Mr. Wn. Tomlinson, of Bay i ley, near Clav City, about four Cooking or Heating Go to or Write Stoves, Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, ' Beware of Ointments for Catarrh - that Contain Mercury, as mercury will surely destroy the sense of smell and completely derange the whole system when entering it, tHfrfggh the lpucous surfaces. Such articles should never be vised Winchester, - Ky. except n prescription Whenyou want don't forget Come to Our Stor replete with from reputable physician, as the damage they will do is ten fold to the good you can possibly derive from them. Hall's Catarrh Cure, Shoes, worms. Supplied ill candy form. manufactured by F. J. Cheney ft Easy for children to take. '2m at Co., Toledo, 0., contains no mer- Williams'. your druggist. Adv. eury, and is ta1en internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. In buying Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine. It is taken'1 y internally and made in Toledo, O., by F. J. Cheney & Co. Testimonials free. Sold by druggists. 1'iiee, 7"ie per bottle. And let us show you what a nice line of goods Take Hall's Family Pills for eon stipation. we carry. Our stock of Dry Goods, Notion"", "v Hardwick & fto.'s Spring and Summer GOODS. Our Spring and Summer Goods arc now in. We want ou to see them and get our prices before making your purchases. We think can sat If you are isfy your wants in everything, and know can save you money. interested in saving money on your purchases, and hae never dealt with us, we ask you to give us a chance to prove to you, as we have proven to our many cuAomers, that wc can give you more for your money than you can "High quality, low prices" is our motto. Wc try to keep get elsewhere. it is possible every thing that the people want, but of course can as near as not here call attention to every thing. Want you to know, however, that we are sole agents for the following lines. "Queen Quality" and "Boslon 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-Over- " Shoes for Men in the new and Staple Styles in patent leathers, Hart, Schafl-ne- r and tan, in button and lace Oxfords and regular Shoes. Matchless" brand Clothing for Men, "Aslor" brand & Marx and "The 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 (louncings, net corset covers, dress trimmings, belts, umbrellas, parasols, silk and cotton hose and half hose, crochet cottons, Women's and Men's Neckwear, Women's, Misses' and Children's Hats, Women's and Men's Nainsook, cotton and knit Underwear, lace Curtains, wall paper. Carpets, Trunks, suit cases, Saddles, buggy and work Harness, Oliver chilled Plows, Oliver Cultivators, cook Stoves, the Bain Wagons and etc., and etc. We are selling Crown flour at $2.60 per hundred or 65c for 25 lbs.; Monarch flour at $2.40 per hundred, or 60c for 25 lbs.; every sack guaranteed this is Kentucky flour. Sugar, 20 lbs. for $1.00, $4.75 per hundred, and toasted coffee, I2c per pound. gun-metready-to-we- Groceries, Hardware, Clothing, Shoes and etc. is TREES! STRAWBERRY PLANTS Variety, Style and Quality. THJS COM MINED Fruit and Shade. Shrubs, Asparagus, (irape Vines, Roses, Peonies, Phlox, etc. ORCHARJl), livcrythlne for LAWN and HARDEN. WITH OCR NO AGENTS FREE CATALOGS! ,ow your trade. rnces be- - H. F. HHIenmeyer& Sons, Lexington. Ky. Nurserymen Since 1841. Make it to your interest to give us a good share of We strive to please our customers Si online wo know satisfied customer are ourbest assets. i OA PITA I . KTOOK. 810,mm 00,000 ; HUHPM'K AND PROFITS. TlIK Yours to please, P t- - Winci ncsTisu Bank. Ot" :. WALDRON & WlNOIINTKII, JOHNSON, K. N. llOLI.V . PlIKNt Waltersville, Ky. Oahhikh. ACCOUNTS SOLlClTJiU ?? I- p YOUK a.- -- ; - e- - ?- -- c ! Hardwick & Co., Stanton. J YouVe Bilious and Costlvct fitoinacli and bowels of ferine nting, that Sick headache, bad breath, sour gassy foods and waste. A full bowsingle man to be on the Com- being good only for fried chickthankstomach, furred tongue and indi el movement gives it Lloyd Todd is visiting relatives pany's payroll, in any capacity en. gestion, menu liver and bowels ful feeling makes yon feel fine. Winchester this week. at Oet Effective, jet mild. Don't gripe clogged. Clean up Mrs. W. L. Hyrd, and children, Adv. a 25c bottle of Dr. KingV New 'ioc at your druguNt. visited relatives in Clark county Life Pills today nd empty tbe Ituekleii'n Arniea Salve for burns. last week. Mr. and Mrs. Aquill Snowden visited Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Curtis over Sunday. James Hall and Anna Hall were married Wednesday July 20 by 'Squire Shelt McKinuey. In the lack of space for room to hold our Fall Lino of Goods Mrs. J. W. Hrauett of Butler, we offer to make u Close Sale. Mo., visited many of her rela ves and friends in thest parts this weok. 'Combination Pneumatic Sweeper ii Ladies' Shoes and Men's Shoes cut from $0,S,r of regular pric. The infant child of Mr. and DUNTLEY Sweeper '"THIS Mrs. Dave Snowden died SaturMsn's Nats ut almost cost. Wlren we make such statement as this cleans without raising) dust, and at the same time picks up day and was buried at the pins, lint, ravclines, etc., in ONE OPERATION. Its case grave yard Sunday afterin the word we mean it. The best wav to find out these things makes sweeping a simple task quickly finished. It reaches noon. even the most difficult places, and eliminates the necessity We handle a full line of meris to come and sec for yourself. of moving and lifting all heavy furniture. Gray's Branch. chandise and are here to please our trade. We absolutely stand The Great Labor Saver of the Home Every home, large or (l.ART WKKK.) small, can enjoy reltel Irom Uroom drudgery and protection from Small or large for guniantee and satisfaction to our customers. i the danger ot Hying dust. is improving Hiram Brown Dunttoy is the Pioneer of Pneumatic Sweepers orders are given special care. We hope in tins Sale'to bring some very fast ho gets about well Has the combination of the Pneumatic Suction Nozzle an J now. revolving Brush. Very easily operated and absolutely guarnew customers m touch with us. We ask you to eonsider the matamcca. in Duying a vacuum wiiy ihh pvc Cleveland Means and family need our goods, we certainly need the money, and the "Uuntley a trial m your home at our expense ter over; you left us Tuesday, moving back to Write today or full particulars will give you a square deal. COMK ONK, COMK ALL. Estill. AdENTS WANTED DUNTLEY PNEUMATIC SWEEPER CO.. SPOT CASH AT THESE PRICES. Benny Hun" and wife moved 6501 S. .State St., Chicago. Wednesday from here to a farm near Winchester. We have had some tine rains recently that they say ruined lots of nubbins. IN law Bimm . EACH TOWN and dUtrlct torldoand ethlhlt a samplx Latest Model if hm ara "naner" mcycie lumisiieuoy us. our ictuer Agents f maklnirmoney fast. H'rifeoruH partlmlanamltpcelal offer at once. Dr. Tom Lewis, of near Camp-toNO MONEY REQUIRED until you receive and approve your b!ryol". was in these parts last week IW1 MIW wr snip to anyone anywhere in tun u. P. irfrfintu a mil itfvmiun ROSSLYN'S LIVE WIRE MERCHANTS. w auvancr.jirrjiaympiii.anuaiiow lUUMB'rscc llllMLdiirin; i wmcniimoyoumayriueineDicycjeanaimiit lo any test, you wiu. to see some patients. 11 kppnthi.hl- If rouarothennotnerfectlvsatlstledordonotwl!htn i cycle ship It back to us atour expense and vmi trfll nit be out one cent. Born on the 22nd inst., to the urni!ii me uigncst grade uteycles it is rRU I Ulll DMPCC Dosslble to make at one small profit atara flllUtO " wife of George Means, their first actual factory cost. You sa vo 1 to 425 middlemen'!! nmllti In- Imv- of us andbavethemanufacturcr'siruaraiitepbehliul your direct ilnir DO NOT BUY a bicycle or a pair of tires fromniiiimrat born, a daughter. irfcuntil you rccelro ourcatalomies and learti our uiiheurflnf I factory prices and remarkable special offers. Mulling and wife, of LomIsaac Y7 m wtw www YOU WILL BE ASTON SHED bard, were back here on a visit tb wonderfully leno prlctg we can mk yoa tbla fr. We sell tbhie!it gratia bteyclea for leMtoonrr than anrotbrfkrtorr. Weareutlinoil wttb li.no profit the other day, taking dinner with aboTe factory cost. BICYCLE DEALERS, ymi ran sell our b)cjcteanior jour own nam plate at doable oar prices. Orders tilled tbe dr recelred. Millard Townsend. SECONDHAND BICYCLES. WdonotnssQlrthndlwsoonJ hand hlfvrW bat Tmt&tr bare number on band taken In trade tr oar Cblcaxo retail itorft, Tbeno clear tntillpil frv. ont proDirjtlTatTri rmnf from3toS or t0. Descriptive No Money Hiram Rogers, living near Patpn ACTCD rRAVCC lnr lnite wtieeU, Imported roller chainsbarraln Hitsprices. tvpaln and pedal, part, rejuior retail inAdvouce sy, working here, took a severe Sntisfnc-tlo- n ,i ir i cum luuiiuiiy iiigin, aim ai. .i uiih Puncture-Proo- f $ Guar Hedgefhorn writing is threatened with fever. nuteod A SAMPLE PAIR LowetitNet Self-heali- ng Tires TO INTRODUCE, ONLY Jeff King, of the Calaboose in Fnct ory Th wmla retail nriee of then Prices t 'warm n " Wolfe, who works here in the su . ... irr u .wprr E as ie Garrett job, had the misfortune vit harder A Terms HO MORETROUBLE FROM PUNCTURES to get one of his fingers 60 badly S living of Nails, Tacks r Glass will not 1st th air out. cut as to stop him from work, SlOO to A hundred thousand natra Hold last year. SHOO probably for several days. firsnniPTinu- - Made In all olios. It From FacP A. STARCK . vllnM J tory Direct uurauiu aim mivui iiniuc mm .iui.iki PRESIDENT Buck Creech and son, Bishop, a special quality of rubber, which never Ix. C'K'CJo' ssVsselBalWsKBBIaaM comes Doroua and which closes uo small acof Primrose, in Leo county, punctures without allowing air to escape. They welch a nil Mr. tho thick rubbertroad companied bv Granville Dav. of no moro man an ordinary lire, inepuncturu resist! nc "A" and puncture atrlos"B" ownVome Qualities lHlru.'elveu by several layers of thln.speclally and "D" also rim strip "H" J''ilson, and Mr. Keith, of Clay prepared fabric on tho tread. The retrular prtco of these to prevent rim cutting. This Wo will ship you a tires Is II0.C0 per pair, but for advertlslnepurnof.es wo Piano for 30 free trial. In City, were in this section some home. No cash paymentbeautiful Starck we ask Is that days' will clay upon,your tire will outlast' any other am maklnir a special factory price to tho rider of only you required. All use make-S- O FT, ELASTIC and All orders shipped is days last week. Mr. Creech, as and test this piano for 30 days. If, at the "end of that time., you do not nnd It the F H.8U per pair. will ahlo O. O. D. on same day letter do EASY HIDING. received. We aourovaL You highest ftrade, sweetest toned and finest lano In every way, that you have ever we understand, was looking over seen for the money, you are at perfect liberty to send It back, and wo will. In that not need to pay a cent until you examine and find them strictly as represented. Wo will allow a eath discount of 5 percent (thereby maklr.fr tho price $4.55 per pair) If event, nav frrlelit the land with u view of purchas- or there Is the sale. both ways. This Starck Piano must make irnnd with vou. you send PULL CASH WITH ORDER and enclose this advertisement. You run no rNk lu no sendinir us an order as the tires may be returned at OUR expense If for any reason they are not ing. satisfactory on Mamlastlon. We srs perfectly reliable and money sent to us U a safe as In a bank. It you onltr Save $150.00 or More Easy Payments a pair or these tires, you will And fast they will rtde eulsr. run faster, wear better, last looser and look flnar lhaa any tire you hareever ased or seen at any price. We know that you will be so well pleased that when yuu ant direct to yon from We cash down, but Mrs. Alice Ledford, from near prices ship nae you upward of our factory, at of You pay no can begin payment after 30 days ablrycle you will five us yoor order. We want you to send usa trial orderat ouce. beace this remarkable tire offer. trial, you $150.00 in the on the low. that iieuKfiuora oonl buy any ainu at any price until youseDarorapairoi Introductory J a. yfirf WdFFWm 1'renchburg, was visiting her cot of your piano. We guarantee to furnish est, easiest terms, ever suggested by a piano runcturtvrroof ttrcaoo approral and trial at tbe apceui you a better piano for the money than you can manufacturer. These terms are arranged to prlee quoted aboret or wiita for our blf Tire aoJ HundfrCaUlogue whlcbdtMcribvaantJ quote, all make am brother, Noble Buckhart, Satur-paand aundif at about half the Qatial Drloea. suit your convenience, and It Is possible to wnire elsewhere. You are assured of receUlnff writ ui poitai do NOT new and womlarfulufla'na It was the a satlafactory iweet toned durable hfgh grade you to buy a plsno for your home, irltbou and Sunday. OO NOT wAirh ittin from aan Tont todar,vou know thaTHINK OF DUYINO a blfjcle or a pair until wuiru tnakliia?. mining the money. It NOW. It cosuonlr a postal to f lirst time they had seen each ptano. oiarcx Guarantee other for some five yenrs, and L. MEAD G?GLE COMPANY, OHIOAGO, ILL Player-PianBargains Kvery Starck riano is Starck are vou may be sure they had a pleas-:m- t We hate constantly on hand cuiranteed for 25 years. the best and most beautl This guarantee has luck meeting, and with plenty of a large number of slightly used ful Player Pianos on the pianos of all of It our 35 years of pUno and You will be demarket. fish and talks of old times, they experience, and the repu standard makes taken in lighted with the many exchange for new Starck Pianos tation of an clusive features of these made the two days count. retponslble piano house, and The followwonderful Instruments, snd ing are a few sample bargains i will be pleased with the Harrison Banks, who has been 50 Free Muslo very low prices at which $110.00 Weber tney can be secured. Lessons working here in theLandsaw job, 92.00 Steinway Piano Beek Free 90.00 flickering To etery purchaser of bad the good fortune to marry "I want to fell you what wonderful benefit I have re- Starck Piano, we give free Send today for our new 95.00 Kimball beautifully Illustrated piano mmic leiv.ni. in one of Miss Evaline Noble, at Tier home 195.00 Starck celved from the use of Thedford's writes book which gives you a the best known schools In Chicago. These lessons you large amount of Intornia Send for our latest complete Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky. in the Calaboose, on the 18th of tlon regarding ptanoa. This ran take lu your own home, bsrguln list. by mail. This represents book will Interest and this month. This is about the "It certainly has no equal for la grippe, bad colds, one year's free Instruction, please you. write today. third wedding among the Garrett V. A. STAKCK PIANO CO., liver and stomach troubles. I firmly believe 1384 Starck Illd2 CHICAGO," workmen, which goes to show wnen sne naa ine measles, &4veu my ijtuc gin 5 uie. they went in on her, but one good dose of Thedford's DR. J. P. GREEN, made them break out, and she has had no J! more trouble. I shall never be without SPOUT SPRING. that it is a paying proposition for except general manager, a euli-liei- l, i REDUCTION SALE. KEEPS YOUR HOME Your Attention, Please. t FRESH aWCLKAN t 1 Swiftly-Sweepln- e, Easy-Runni- ne Su-lein- n I - A. M. Lowe & Co., RIDER AGENTS WANTED n, mm in vim tkm n 10 - Starck Pianos MM III mir xm 00 ZKffiS?!3SS 4 m 10 4 go 1 I 1. 30 DAYS FREE TRIAL I y . 25-Ye- ar 2nd-Ha- os nd J. Player-1'lano- s second-han- ex- a l'layer-I'lano- Saved Girl's life Black-Draught- ," second-han- Black-Draug- ht I FREE for Women. Black-Draug- ht saaeessssa as. aasssssa. sam. saaaat. assasso. m k. J J J 5 J J ! Send us your name and address and we will send you twelve boxes of our WATERLESS WINDOW WASHER, which you will &e for twenty-fiv- e cents per box, returning to us the three dollars, and we willsendyou FREE ior your work asetof Rodgers' Silver Spoons. Send no money, we trust you. Everyone needs Waterless Window Washer. Dentin CLAY CITY. KENTUCKY BLack-DraugH- T All im seapls lad drool Waterless Window Washer Mfg. Co., Winchester, Ky. BOURBON REMEDY Z Main St., wl eo irc"" COMPANY, LmIujUh In my home." For constipation, indigestion, headache, dizziness, malaria, chills and fever, biliousness, and all similar ailments, Thedford's Black-Draug- ht has proved Itself a safe, reliable, gentle and valuable remedy. v If you suffer from any of 1hese complaints, try Black-DraugIt Is a medicine of known merit Seventy-fiv- e ht. Ellt t years of splendid success proves Its value. Good for young and old. For sale everywhere. Price 25 cents. rw