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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): August 13, 1914 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1914 cla1914081301_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 13, 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. (D THE CLAY 1CITY TIMES 81. 00 a Year in Advanci. We arc here to help Clay Cityjhe SorronnJiog Conntry and Oarselres. .1. R. Bnrnhcr, Publisher. VOL. XIX. Value of Good Ronds. CLAY CITY, The Work of Incompetent Officials. in- KX,' THURSDAY AUGUST, 13, J9M. This is no. as weeks, her other sister being Mrs Rufus Dunn. Rev. Joe Hioronymou", of Primrose, Lee county, was in town last week looking around for a farm near Stanton that be might move his family here to our fine college. Brother Joe would be a splendid man among us, the writer having lived near In in in Lee county for two year. He is a Methodist preacher, but that only makes it in his favor and ours too. Among those who took in the Bluegrass Fair last week were Fred Ware and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Hall, Mrs. Virgil Atkinson, Miss Katie Jackson, Mrs. S. D. Hall, Mr. Luther Stephens, Mr. Thomas Conlee, Mrs. Robert Blackburn and sou, Mr. Robert Conlee, Mr. J. D. Atkinson, Mr. Clifton Chancy, Mrs. Kate Bohannan, Will ter the completion of this work the railroad took away in 12 months trom Fredericksburg, the county seat, 71,000 tons of agricultural and forest, products hauled over the highways to that town. Before the improvement of the roads this total was only 40,000 tons annually; in other words, the quantity of the county's produce had risen more than 45 per cent. Slill more interesting, however, is the increase Atkinson, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ewen and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Williams. Mr. Williams had the misfortune to have his pocket picked and $42 in money and some notes taken. ltile Coomer from Oakdile visited his brother Bob Coomer from Fri- 'gv. ah aj"io uujf uuiii uunuay, Col-son, That an improved road will crease vasfly the productiveness of the area through which it runs has now been satisfactorily demonstrated by studies conducted by the United States Department of Agriculture in Virginia. Conditions in Spotsylvania countv were investigated with particular care, and the results have proved surprising. In 11)00 the county voted $100,000 to improve 40 miles of roads. Two years in the quantity of the dairy products. In 15)00 these to 114,815 pounds, in 1011 to 27.'$,028 pounds, an increase of practically loO per cent in two years. In the same time shipments of wheat had increased 0 per cent, tobacco 31 per cent, and lumber and other forest products 48 per cent. In addition to this increase in quantity, the cost of haulingeach ton of produce was materially reIn other words, the duced. farmers not only produce more, but produce more cheaply, for for cost of transportation to mar-ke- t is of course an important factor in the cost of production. From this point of view, it is estimated that the $100,000 spent in improving the roads in Spotsylvania county saved the farmers of that county .$41,000 a year. , The Kentucky Constitution in 1801 provided that no county could vote bonds to exceed two per cent, of its total taxable property. In 1000 the people of the State voted an to this part of the Constitution which permitted counties to vote bonds to an of 5 per cent, where such funds were to be used solely in the construction of turnpikes. It has just developed that the Constitution also provides that the change in, the Constitution by vote of the people must be proclaimed by the Governor of the State. Willson was Governor at the time and he failed to do his duty ; thus bonds so voted by counties cannot now be sold, and all on account of a neglectful Prevention of Hydrophobia, To Peace Oflicers, Health Officers and the People of Kentucky : A recent examination of dogs' heads from widely separated sections of the State shows an prevalence of hydroUuder the authority phobia. conferred upon it by law, the State Board of Health hereby requests and directs all persons owning valuable dogs to keep them upon their own premises or to have them cprefully muzzled, and sheriff's, chiefs of police, constables and jthe people generally are hereby requested and directed to destroy, as painlessly as possible, all unmuzzled dogs running at large with a view to the preventiou of hydrophobia. Failure to observe this request is before any punishable by-lin- STANTON NEWS. Rev. J. C. Hanley was in Lexington Tuesday of this week. Mr. Albert Skidmore was in McRobert? over Sunday on professional business. Mr. Robert Stone is somewhat better this week but is still not able to be at the store. Miss Mayme Derickson informs us that she will sell ice cream at the Post Office this coming Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Jackson, of Louisville, arrived Sunday for several days visit with their many friends and relatives. Hardwick it Co., of Stanton, will also handle the state text school books and expect them on hand by the last of this week. Mrs. Pcttit, of Clay City, and Miss Blanch Bush, of Louisville, arrived Tuesday for a visit friends and selatives in town. Everybody in Powell county is rejoicing over the splendid rains that have fallen this week. They were pretty general all over the county. Mr. Donald Bohannan is the proud posessor of a bicycle and lias all of us poor mortals envying him as he sails along so smooth and swiftly. Mr. Robert Blackburn was home Tuesday of this week with his family but left again Wednesday morning to look after his insurance business. Mr. D. R. Clark and his broth-er- , James, of Clay county, took in the Bluegrass Fair last week as also did Dr. J. E. Lemnfing, apd Mr. and Mrs. .Henry JDeriek- Mr. Fred Ware was in Winchester last Wednesday on business. He is traveling now for the firm of llodgkin cv Co., of Winchester looking after Eastern Kentucky territory. Rev. L. F. Martin, of Rosslyn, is having line luck at Owings-villsearching for pearls from the oysters in the river. He has found some very fine ones of late, one being worth over $100. Mrs. M. A. Phillips was called to Mt. Sterling Saturday to the funeral of her brother's wife, Mrs. Louisa Greenwade. She was one of the most beloved women of Montgomery county and the funeral was largely attended. News items are sent in to the Clay City Times every Wednesday morning and when you wish items for the paper please have them in to the writer on Tuesday The afternoon at the latest. writer is always glad for the items sent in. Mr. Fred Blackburn and A. T. Stesvart are spending a few days at Swango Springs recuperating their health. Mr. Blackburn has been in very bad health for several months but we are inclined to think that Mr. Stewart has a serious case of heart trouble. Mr. Paul Derthick preached nt Cannel City Sunday. They are having awful dry weather there, having had but a small portion of the rains that we have recoiv-ehere. In the Flat Woods and on White Oak in Morgan county tho crops are worst the writer has seen in Kentucky. Mr. Hardin Wadkins who was tried at Stanton for the murder of Mr. Napier, of Breathitt coun ty and who received a life sentence was pardoned last Thurs day by Governor McCreary. The other brother who was sentenced years from two to twenty-onwill soon be released on a par.ile. Mrs. Henry Tipton was called to the bedside of her sister, Mrs. Harvey Hanks, of Lombard, who died and whs buried on Monday. Rev. J. C. Hanley preached the funeral and a largo host of friends and relatives attended. e Mrs. Tipton has lost within two the second eister that e magistrate. Two years ago the State voted two more amendments and these two were both knocked out by the courts because the Secretary of the State advertised the measures to be voted on only sixty days before the election when they should have been advertised ninety days. law has been The knocked out by the lower court which will have to be sustained by the Court of Appeals. All of these important measures must now suffer because of the incompetency of the ollicials we send to Frankfort. It is time wumv juusc.. v,i the Commonwealth-o- f theLfe John M. Steyeuson has been N. was putting into office at men as appointed County Judge of Clark least as Judge they locate at the smaller depot county to succeed the late stations of their branch roads. Evans. Mr. Stevenson is a brilliant lawyer and a loyal DemoNotwithstanding the rain which crat who has done much for the fell the greater part of Sunday party in his county. He is one morning, the Methodist church of the few men that is able to till at Hardwick's Creek where the the place of Judge Evans in every Itev. Judge Mann was concluding way. a protracted meeting, was filled Had not the to overflowing. The Misses Trimble, of rain come the crowd there would are visiting Mrs. W. F. have been immense. They, Harnett near the city. For MEN'S HATS go to with Mrs. Ellen McKinney visitWILLIAMS'. ed Mrs. Floyd Halsey at Spout Spring Wednesday. Well, we are quite seasonable no crops We are (idling Crown flour at now, thank you, and for 'io have been injured in I'owell $2 00 per hundred, or 05c Ins., Monarch Hour at 82 40 per county except the potato crop hundred, or 00c for 2fl lbs., every and very early corn crops. The Back guaranteed to give satisfaction most of the com in this county this is Kenor money refunded now at the stage when it tucky flour. Sugar 85 00 per hun- is just coffee 12Ju per pound. needs rain worst, and it is cerdred, roasted Huidwick tfc Company, Stanton. tainly getting all it needs. 2i-cewell-qualifie- d Win-4'heste- with Through arrangements the United States Public Health Board of Service, theHBtate Health is enabled to give the Pasteur treatment at the Bacteriological Laboratory, Bowling Green, Kentucky, without expense, to individuals who have been bitten ly', rabid dogs or other animals..; 'Dogs' heads suspected of being mad should be sent to the Laboratory, by express prepaid, and the result of the examination will be telephoned or telegraphed. This Board lakes this occasion to.4iufpi:m,.jth?eoplajijfJieau tucky that matt stones are useless if one is really bitten by an infected animal. Their use gives a false sense of security and their U6e is forbidden by law. Given under our hands and the seal of the State Board of Health this August 12, 1014. ' J. G. South, A. T. McCormack, President. Secretary. r, "I am a simple working man," says Huerta. Well, ho worked Mexico, all right. 1,000 Moonlight Schools. STANTON COLLEGE, STANTON, KY. t Next Term Opens Monday, Sept. 7, '14. i One of the Best Schools in Kentucky. It One thousand moonlight schools will open their doors to men and women, educated, half educated and illiterate on September 7th, 15)14, it is estimated by the Kentucky Illiteracy Commission, from the reports received at its oflice from County Superintendents and teachers. A number of comities are preparing to make war on illiteracy. September 7th is to be the evening of the open-infor moonlight schools in the State. It being Labor Day, a canvass of the districts will be made by the teachers on that day to urge men and women to attend. '1,000 moonlight schools to o- pen September 7th (50,000 adults enrolled, 10,000 taught" is the slogan of the Kentucky Illiteracy Commission for September. g sick list. Aunt Haley I'roflit is m poor health at this time. (Contrib- Stratum Kiacaid uted. also of some place visited at .Mr. Coomer's and both RFe Coomer and Mr. Boggs preached at the Caanan school house from Friday till Sunday to crowded houses. Come und tee us again brothers. yoa back again. We welcome Wiley Roberts, of Knowlton, and H. N. Kobetrs, of Wisconsin, made a business trip to fireathitt county the last few days. T. G. Cole has been useing his Notary Seal rapidly lor the last ten days taking for oil and g.ii leases for Guy B. Williams and ('.. II. Dolin, of Irvine, Ky. Mr. James Foster and his wife hue been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Silas The Sunday Lee, in Leu county. school at .Mt. Caiman is starting out for tlie beot Sunday School out. Hope they will have good attendance. A Godly work will be done. Dr. Seay pasM-- through our village today. A. I! Benningfield and Hubert Biker was in our plaee looking for nine yearling cattlt. is still on tl e d illiterates Courses in Agriculture and Domestic Science. in of their Expenses t By paying part the Dormitory as low Rates at Work, Students may get as $1 50 per Week. For the benefit of the putmns in this section of the county, will say that the new school books have not been sent to the depository yet and you Hhould be careful about buying books from any one who claims to have them for we have been appointed depository ot this place and no one else is allowed to handle the complete list of new books. Lyle L Hal), Stanton, Ky. e For Information Write to Have you noticed how line the cemetery looks now ince the worL' that was done last Wednesday'' Were you there to help in Una splendid work? If not you micsed much of the enjoyment that the workers received from the work. About forty men and women early and worked like tro- trees, briars and ruli- jans. bitdi 1 el I before the onslaught and Mioii order came out of chaos. The trash was piled on burning stumps and fallen logs and all disapprartd unin smoke and ashen. There was a pleawd look on every body's fa e when the work was done and it only took three hours to complete the job. While there is room still for improvements yet it shows wn.it can be done and alo shows how prettv our cemetery is when cleur-e- d All decided of undergrowth. ai-riBin-lie- Rev. J. C. Hanley, President, $ btanton, rvv. that about the ltit week in September they would have another working and toot out the roots and dig up the running briars and get r ready to sow in grais in the spiiu. Mr. Frank Baker, of Owego, N. IfONTIXl'Hh ON I'AUK ing obt "trusts" have been porting this concern by buying their implements. This the writ-e- r PLllLlSHEl' KVKK TIIlliSDAY. has. never done. While we have had occasion to buy a numatiivcrmuon niti'f SI a year or three ber of farming implements i;nd machines we have always posive.irs in iidvimci' S'J. tively refused to buy any of them .1. E. Uurnher. Publisher. of the International Harvester make because it was a trust coms Knterod nf ninil mutter. pany, trying to drive out all comWhen possible, we Thursday, Aug. :!, 15114. petitors. have always bought Kentucky-madmachinery, and in every CLUB KATES. case we find it far better and For the convenience of our sub-- i Mian the trust Tiliers, we have arranged cluh rates more efficient goods. i tli the following papers at price? like in t We should be hrinv ineiitinuecl : practice as well as in talk. The T.ie imb- ami " Cincinnati Enquirer M.00 practice will drive the trusts out But to he everlast-ingl1 00 of business. " Louisville Herald SO " Home nml Farm abusing the trusts, and at " It'land Fanner 80 the same time everlastingly " Southern Agriculturist SO buy in!! their products, only encauses them The i;reat war now raging in rages the trusts and to charge" us even higher prices a'l Europe threatened financial than they would. a.ter with us until President ilson announced through Sec-A boom has been started to 'tary MaeAdoo that the Tresis-iir- make Stanley the Democratic stood ready to furnish live nominee for Governor next year. li m.lreil millions (00,000,000) The Times will not be for hiln. t the hanks of the country with A Democrat with such pronouncwliii-to meet demands, if need-- e ed views on the liquor question to tide over any linancial could not be elected should he ergeney. This announcement receive the nomination. Neithlad a wonderful effect in main-- t er do we believe an overly zeallining the financial 0(j u ibri n m ous temperance man can win. of the country for the sudden The Democratic party to retain stoppage of our foreign commerce its power must nominate candi amounting to over four billion dates who do not try to dominate annually, is sullicient to throw the will of the majority. The any financial system into convul- Constitution provides a vote on sions, and yet the wise and mas- many very important measures, terly statesmanship of Woodrow and that is the way to settle Wilson has already steered us them. Elect honest men to ofthrough the danger zone into a fice who beliovp in free speech position of comparative safety. and unrestrained votes for all President Wilson has again en- free men regardless of how their deared himself to the civilized individual feelings may be, and world by tendering his, good of- in this iway,iletthepeople, refices as a mediator to the warring gardless of political affiliation, powers. It is doubtful however, settle these questions themselves. if anything can restore peace ex-- i Surely no Democrat will object f pt the overwhelming and crush-in- to the people having a vote upou of Germany, which seems to what thoy demand a vote. Shall the "fall" she has been play- not the people rule themselves? le (Jan u man be a Democrat and ing for. the It is the acts of one man, a mad deny men? right of suffrage to all free iimn, drunk with power and beer alld mad with militaryism, that Congressman (Jantrill, after plunged all Europe into war, the being laid up with a slight illUerinan Emperor. Dominating ness, has gone back to Washingthe Triple Alliance consisting of ton. He said before leaving he Germany, Austria and Italy, he had no ill will for those Demoexpected to make himself ihe crats who opposed him in the master and dictator of Europe. recent primary. Certainly not. I.ut alas Italy says she is not as Whv should he have? His opMating in a war of aggression and ponents made a clean fight, notwithstanding his pitif ul plead- sticking religiously to tho truth ing for help, and Austria seems and using plain unveiled words t i bo gutting "cold feet", al- in making statements. There though it was she, through whom was no attempt to deceive, and derniany precipitated the war, this is why Mr. Cautrill bears his though Emperor William is vain- opponents no ill will. This is the ly trying to blame the war first way to fight a campaign and we on Kussia and then on Franco. are proud to know that our Congressman has observed the clean Congress has appropriated to bring home the two methods used against him, and hundred thousand Americans are further pleased to know that he has manhood enough in him i aught in Europe by tho war, as to confess it ; after tho election, they had no warning whatever, as he did not before. fur the German Emperor piling-- e I Europe into tho war, liko a For some time Gerinnny has Lip of thunder out of a clear been held up as a model heavy tkv. beer drinking people. Yes, thoir While Americans are deplor-ri- action in bringing on a world this not only cruel and bar- war proves that the Germans are barous but most unnecessary war, evidently model drinkers, and we cannot overlook tho fact that wo tu'o afraid shchas taken on a it will pour wealth into the pock-o- t little too much this time. Their of the American farmers, for foolhardy bravery is very without saying that the it will raise tho price of that Germans are tho greatest drink, I.u.nper crop of grain and f ers in tho world as a nation. to a very high figure all Col. Itoosevelt seems to bo more i ver Europe. careful than formerly in the seThe International Harvester lection of his enemies since he Company has been declared a has set the precedent for libel trust by the Federal Government suits. ami this concern notified to disWhen politicians fall out some solve at once. times the plain citizen derives a In this particular case thermos t lot of benefit therefrom. supfecotul-elttse anti-trusy I r y 1 e-- THE TIMES. of tho people who have been cry- Hut Every Democrat Must Vote. There wiib'so little interest taken in the recent Bepublicau Senatorial primary that nobody paid much uttention to it. The returns indicate that former Governor Augustus E. Willson won the nomination, and most of the Democratic uapers are expressing satisfaction at the result. It was pretty generally recognized that if Richard I. Ernst had secured, the nomination ho would have put up a stiff fihgt as Ernst is a good organizer and is well supplied with the "sinews of war." But nobody believes that Willson can poll anything like the party strength, weakened us is by the Progressive defection and its a cinch that he can't get any Democratic or independent votes under false pretenses as he did when he made his winning race for Governor. State We certainly would like to jee a picture of "T, It." in some of Beginning on the 24th of August and lasting ona week only, we will offer you the ' . GREATEST BARGAINS You have ever been offered in CHINA and GLASS WARE. One Week Only. the newspapers and magazines now and then. n 'vlSfffWll Sill'! hiSt (J j JI ji H 1:1 111 111 A TraIn,r,s (School for Teachers UfcrmtxllaUand tlflKBta- 11 r KtDtucky. Fp ! School Vjitarwi ami Courier, Tuition Frre tn A ft ttolntifs. Twoiplen 1M mltnrlo, now twwUl rWiool. tww winuil training l.ulMUi Ttrn t ! H. Donatio 8c KrmtiMlnm. Term Jammr Term Nownher t AprilT, Swnmr School ojwot Jutt lit ?T. 't ftairmWiUnitoEli'iiirutiir;. uw Lift Vll,t In tl PitUI nciiv tlr ,Im J. O. .CHAIWK, PrmlJciit. C j J,J 5H jt Ji JJ "J 'I "I "J l "I 4J Irs. J. W. Williams. e We Offer You-- ' 5; g f Absolute Safety, and Careful, Couiteous Consider- ation of your Business Wants Can any Bank offer You more? We 'are Showing a Complete Line of I t $ t Capital. - - $25,000.00 Surplus and profits over '10,000,00 Shareholder liability, g Z 25,000.00 J All of which is a Margin of Safety for Your Funds on Deposit here. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. t CLOTHING, Spring Goods, Slippers, Etc. Call and see our Line and get our Prices. We can fit you in Complete Style t 3 i Clay City National ! Bank, CLAY CITY. KENTUCKY. $ Member Federal Rejerte Bank Syitem of J? the United States. X at Low Cost. SHIMFE'SSEL'S the Lamp Oil that Saves Eyes uuuiu.iuun rii'iiiieuay Hunt, jmure thU by mtlug; tba oil tlut bums clear unci clean without a dicker down to tho liut drut. ivnnfjlvaula crude oil rednrd to iwtfectlon. CoU n more thvi the Inferior tunkwaKoiinll-s4T- g con-viuciu- g food-(luf- uvtitm. Your dfaler has 80L1TK OIL barrel direct from our urorki. W'OrtK ei MONKY mtc . RICHMOND, KY. la OTA Chas. C. Stoll Oil Co. M U Lexington, Ky. Ilefinerj at Warren, Fa. Wa tell tba c.lebrateJ "No Cub" K W iiii A TRAININu SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS Courses leading to Illenientjry, Intermeillato and Life btute t'ortltlcates. Valid In all I'ttbllo Sellouts of Kentucky. Special Courses and Uerlew Courses. Tuition l''re to Appointees. Two fcplendld dormitories, new model ecliool, new manual training building, practice tchool, department of agriculture, a well equipped pymnasduni. IKitnestlo Bcience. First Term beclifs September V, Second Term November 10, Third Term January a, Fourth Term Aprils, Hummer School opens June U, Catalogue Free. j. u, rilAlllll!, I're.Meul. 0 THE A HOME-MADE TIMES. PAPER. 13, THURSDAY, Aug. 1914. LOCAL BREVITIES. Garrett is laid up with a severe attack of lagripne. Mrs. It. W. Morgan McKinncy, of Winchester, was hero a few days this week. Felix McGuire, of St. Helens, is visiting his son, Judge Mc- Guire. Mrs. Spencer, of Lexington, is visiting her cousin, Mrs. T. G. Stops Neuralgia-Ki- lls Pain. Wagon load after wago'n load Slonn's Liniment gives instan are leaving this county daily, for the blucgrass relief from Neuralgia or Sciatica cities. The production of water- It goes straight to the painful part Soothes the Nerves and Stops melons is ono thing at least in the pain. It is also good for Rheuwhich the mountain counties It is now a good time to sow matism, Sore throat, Chest Pains, the Blucgrass neighbors. turnips and every inch of avail-abland Snralns. You don't need to Morgan McKinney has purchas- rub space should be used as turit penetrates. Mr. J. II nips are good cattle feed as well ed the Geo. W. Lyle farm of Swinger, Louisville, Ky. writes: "I as good for the table. acres on Hardwick's Creek suffered with cjuite a severe lfeural-gi- c from the heirs at $7,250. Mr. heudaclie for four months withDr. Deering, the Presiding McKinney will not likely move out any relief. I used Sloun's LiniElder, will hold his Inst Quarterback to our county from the ment for two or three nights and I ly meeting services with the Bluegrass. Ho will find a hear- haven't sullered with my head Methodist church in tliiscity Satj"bottle today. Keep ty welcome if he does so decide since." Get in the house all the time for pains urday night and on Sunday. te return. and all hurts. 25c, 50c and SI, at It rained a little at the beginyour druggist. Adv. ning ot dog days, July 25th. So Ducklen's Arnica Sal e for Cuts, Burns Bucklen's Arnica Salve for all sores. Mr. E. S. Loper, Manila, N. Y there is no need of disputing the we must be seasona- writes: "I have never had a cut, inevitable, burn, wouud or sore it would not ble for a period of forty days. feoinc oi the road overseers have begun to give the roads their annual working which they will sadly need ere Spring conies again. e of watermelons V AMI? down the throat o( a "eapey" chicken destroy the worms A and saves tlio chick's life lew drops In tho drinking waltr ex-ce- ll m 0 CURES and PREVENTS GAPES white diarrhoea, roup, cholera and other chick diseases. One 50c Bottle of Bourbon JPoul try Cure Makes 12 Gallons of Medicine. Every poultry raiser should keep a bottle of this medietas on hand. Write (or free sample and Booklet on "Diseases of Fowls." Address, r:i)R80H REMEDY COMPANY, lexlnglon, If. The Sunday schools of Clay City and Stanton planned to have Reuben Tipton, of Winchester, came up Friday to visit relatives an outing at Natural Bridge yesterday but the morning was too in the county. rainy for most of those intendnenry Burton, of Kentland, ing to go. Ind., is v'siting A. M. Burgher For MEN'S CLOTHING go to and other ralatives in the coun- WILLIAMS'. ty. i White. heal."- Get a box of Bucklen's Arnica Salve today. Keep handy at all times for burns, sores, cuts, wounds. Prevents lockjaw. 25c at your druggist. Adv. - When in Need of ,For GROCERIES go to WILLIAMS'. Builder's Hardware, Cabinet Mantles, Grates, Tiles, Lucien Beckner, Progressive nominee for Congress in this district, spmit Sunday with friends in the city. E. Martin, of Lexington, visited his mother and other relatives on Snow Creek and near Spout Spring last. week. The infant baby girl of Jen" McKinney died on Hardwick's Creek Sunday of hives. Burial Tuesday at the Wells graveyard. u The Williams stores will have special sale on china and glassware during the week of August 21th. Sec their ad in this week's issue. 'Squire and Mrs. Ohas. Welch spent Sunday with Mr. Mrs. O. A. Oonleo above Stanton. A line boy arrived at the home of Mr. Coulee, Wednesday, August ad full. When you want Shoes, don't forget Williams'. It is remarkable to sco how many residents of Clay City are Mrs. A. M. Burgher received able to lay in their winter's supword that her brother, Chas. Ew- - ply of coal this early in the sea en, of Lamonte, Mo., has just un son. derwent an operation for appen Beware of Ointments for Catarrh dicitis, and so far was getting a that Contain Mercury, nicely. long as mercury will surely destroy the Has Your Child Worms? sense of smell and completely deMost children do. A coated, range the whole system when enfurred tongue; strong breath; stom- tering it through the mucous surach pains; circles under eyes; pale, faces. Such articles should never sallow complexion; neivous, fret be used except on prescription-froful ; grinding ot teeth; tossing in reputable physicians, as the sleep; peculiar dreams any one of damage they will do is ten fold to these indicate child has worms. the good you can possibly derive Get a box of Kickapoo Worm Kill from them. Hall's Catarrh Cure, er ut once. It kills the worms the manufactured by F. .1. Cheney & cause of your child's condition. Is Co., Toledo, O., contains no merlaxative and aids nature to expel the cury, and is taken internally, actworms. Supplied in candy form. ing directly upon the blood and Easy for children to take. 25c at mucous surfaces of the system. In your druggist. Adv. buying Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine. nULE BARGAINS. It is taken Owing to completion of work internally and made in Toledo, O., will sell four rnules and one work by F. J. Cheney & Co. Testimonhorse. Suitable for farm work or ials free. Sold by druggists. teaming. Can be seen and bought Price, 7"ic at Camp of Winston fc Company per bottle. Take Hall's Family Pills for con near Trapp, Ky. for ttiis week only. stipation. m Cooking or Heating Go to or Write Stoves, Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, Winchester, - Ky. Hardwick & Ho.'s Spring and Summer 1 I Come to Our Store And let us show you what we carry. 1 TREES! STRAWBERRY PLANTS Fruit and Shade, Shrubs, Asparagus, drape Vines, Roses, GOODS. Our Spring and Summer Goods are now in. We want you to see them and get our prices before making your purchases. We think can satIf you are isfy your wants in everything, and know can save you money. interested in saving money on your purchases, and have never dealt with us, we ask you to give us a chance to prove to you, as we have proven to our many customers, that we can give you more for your money than you can "High quality, low prices" is our motto. We try to keep get elsewhere. 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 "Boslon Favorite Shoes for Women we have them in the lateft things in Oxfords and pumps in patent leathers, gunmetal, dull kid, regular kid and tar.s 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- " Slices for Men in the new and flaple styles in patent leathers, and tan, in button and lace Oxfords and regular Shoes. Hart, SchaiT-n& Marx and "The Matchless' brand Clothing for Men, "Aslor" brand 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 flouncings, net corset covers, dress trimmings, belts, umbrellas, parasols, silk and cotton hose and half hose, crochet cottons, Women's and Men's Neckwear, Women's, Misses' and Children's Hats, Women's and' Men's Nainsook, cotton and knit Underwear, lace Curtains, wall paper. Carpets, Trunks, suit cases, Saddles, buggy and work Harness, Oliver chilled Plows, Oliver Cultivators, cook Stoves, the, Bain Wagons and etc., and etc. We are selling Crown 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 roasled coffee, I2jc per pound. gun-meter ready-to-wea- r nice line ofjgoods Notion1-, Peonies, Phlox, etc. Everything for Our stock of Dry Goods, ORCHARD, NO AGENTS LAWN and GARDEN. Groceries, Hardware, Clothing, Shoes and etc. is replete with FREE CATAI.OOS H. F. HiIIenmeyer & Sons, Lexington, Ky. Nurserymen Since 1841. Variety, Style and Quality. W te CAPITAL STOCK, 8100.000 suhpi.uk and UN' 'A THIS COMBINED WITH OUU - .w 1200,000 lt ;i Low Prices OP TUK WlNCIIHTBH, Kv. Make it to your interest to give us a good share of EJ your trade. We wtrive to please our customers be- N.IIOLI.V WlTIIKIIMPOON, PHKNi V. M. Kl'liAH, Camiukh. cause we know satisfied customers are our best assets. k ki YOUIt ACCOUNTS HOr.IClTF.l) It t'A i--fi ! 5 'tMW em Yours to please, WALDRON Is & JOHNSON, II mw. 5 ml Waltersville, Ky. liV II I Qalckjr nlltra RhramalUn. Bon Musk ursUls, Osckschs, llitiUctit snd m 1. luur nivory Uck it it (lis to rr- In liv dt tebs tim scr put v( tit bodr turn AJIlen minutes 1'rUm 600. At All DruggMt, TIM MIM M WWV Ml M fWlVM BOURBON REMEDY COMPANY. Islington. Ky. 341 Ettt Miln St.. . I Hardwick & Co., Stanton. I ' "V. SPOUT SPRING. Bille IStirjrlicr, who lius Jo .vii now pnst six weeks in slowiy itnprdvitii:. nclioo! is cldM'il down this week mi iiecotint of the Institute now is session at Irvine. Uov. V. 1. Fryman is conduct-Mia protracted meetiim with Ins church at this place. Mr. ami Mrs. A. K. Sams are viMtins: friends in theis old linuie iieililtorhood in Clark county. Mr?. b-i'4 ' STANTON NEWS. Continued Irom First I'agt. . something 'comes along to make Y., who gave live dollars toward us cancel the trip. .. cam-icr- Do.gono jt, every time we be fin to get ready to go to Europe ,.,, ,,u :.. f..i .r.L-u- i t ui .i... writer and we certainly nppretdate Amlruw0arn ie ,0 donnte an. his he p in this matter. I;et olher miUion to the cause of uiii. contribute to this fund and have a vur8nl good fence around the Int. Ihej writer will add to this fund if otli-- l Millionaires are multiplying in ers will follow suit. the South. It is time to stop the hookworm treatment. W0H,(, ,)c , ,in, f(,r REDUCTION SALE. Your Attention, Please. In the lack of ppace for room to hold our Kail Line of Goodn we olfcr to make a Close Sale. ? Get clogged. Clean up Meanwhile the American forca 'ion bottle of I)r? King's New Life fills today nd empty the es continue to be mobilized to stomach and bowels of fermenting, harvest the croijs. Q ray's Branch. gassy foods and waste. A full bowFOR TOREICr. Mrs. Whit Hranham, after be-u- i el movement gives a satisfied,tbank-fu- l THIS PAPER r.CPRECENTED THE ADVERTISING BY" feeling makes you feel fine. fiiven up to die, is reported Effective, yet mild. Don't gripe to lip slowly recovering. 2fc at your druggist. Adv. Several mad dojis have been Ibicklen's Arnica Salve for burns. GENERAL OFFICES 1111s 4- - Ladies' Shoe? and Men's Shoes cut from Man's Hats at almost cost. in the word we mean it j. regular price. J When we inakt such ctatemem as this J The best wnv to find out these things $ $0.'-i- of isio come unit killed about here, nobody hav. For Sate. been bitten by one so far. llaritone Horn, in perfect! CTain Drisco has sold to Sulli mmlitirvn n.tat 8 null' tirifu If In. van A- Adams some nice hogs ken wt 0MCe) 'nj.f.o. and a cow and calf. Trice not Owen Patrick, Kimbrell, Ky. known. OVER 6K YEARS" Hiram Rogers, who lived near EXPERIENCE J'.it-has moved over to the J)uncan Branch camps so as to Innear his work. 1 NEW YORK AND CHICAGO J X BRANCHES IN ALU THE PRINCIPAL CITIES W i - Very Serious It 13 i very serious matter to ask for one medicine and have the wrong one given y&u. For this reason we urge you in buying to be careful to get the genuine J lor yourself. Yte Hamlin n lull line miner- chandise and are here to please our trade. We absoIutely'Stand for guaiantre and satisfaction to our customers. Small or large 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 mat- ter over; you need our goods, we certainly need the money, and will give you a square deal. COME OXK, COMK ALL see . 4. J y, SPOT CASH AT TIIKSE THICKS. - We have had lots of rain the Everything is few days. looking well and will turn out I.i-- r 6Uck-i?ausH- T sending Bfkflrh and 1rcrlnllni AMtoiiiw ui.nrrnlii n ir .iiiinlnn free whether an Intention la probably patentable. CNmniuiitcA. tlims strictly coiitidentfal. HANDBOOK on I'atcms t free, uiaesi asencr ior imiemw. I'utpiits taken tnrnuuh Munu A Cu. recelTC tyeeial notice, without charge, in the Ant-on- well, but potatoes. "Uncle" Bill I'ice joined the church last Sunday and was bap-- ! listed by Hro. Howard, of Indian Creek, who did the. preaching. "Uncle" Heubin Townsend, of tlu l'atsy country, has been in these parts this week. IIi- comes over every year and is always welcome. Ewing Whitaker left one day last week for Michigan. His family, living at the Dana camps, will follow as soon as they sell , out their things. Will Brewer has been off from wmjc a day or so on account of a Ixiil. Ho took advantake of the to go and see his father ut in Wolfe county. vis-itn.s CopvnicHTS Trade Marks Designs Ac mr Liver Medicine V il dr. A handsomely llln.trated weeNy. fnlntl.in .if nnr nrlentltlrt liHirnul. Terms, t J a year! fourraotitba.fi. Sold by all rewadealen. IYIUNN & Co.3GiB'oat,wa"- - New York Ilrancb onlce. 625 Y SU Wasblnston. D. C. ( Scientific American. The reputation of this old, reliable medicine, for constipation, indigestion and liver trouble, is firmly established. It does not imitate other medicines. It is better than others, or it would not be the favorite liver powder, with a larger sale than all others combined. SOLD IN TOWN F2 A. M. Lowe & Co., ROSSLYN'S LIVE WIRE MERCHANTS. - ICEEPS YOUR HOME Stare Pianos in Advnnco No Money i FRESH j I i a aXLEAN 35uni&v ji m nil g, Easy-Runni- ne SntiHfnc-lio- n l''aotory SnviiijJ ol SlOO to P A. STARCK PREaiOCNT n t e c tl LowcHlNet Guar-- n Combination Pneumatic Sweeper 'TPHIS Swiftly-Sweepin- i.iy-of- f 15 a h i o h t TnritiH A PricoH DUNTLEY Sweeper dren, of Greeley, Mrs. Green Gose and two chilLee county, S2O0 -l'ram Fnc. lory Direct cleans without raising dust, and at the same time picks up pins, lint, ravehngs, etc., in ONE OPERATION. Its case makes sweeping a simple task quickly finished. It reaches. even the most difficult places, and eliminates the necessity of moving and lifting all heavy furniture. J ! passed through hero one day this week on her way home from a. visit to xMr. Goso's people a1 Mariba. Miss Adalene Ilazelrigg, of Ulay City, our teacher here, became so hoarse with a cold Monday that she could hardly talk, and she had to quit and send for Iht sister to help in the teaching. This week we note with pleasure the wedding of another of itc Garrett workmen, Marshal t.indsaw, who married Mis-- Anna Whisnian, daughter of David Whisman, of Tine Kidgeiu Wolfe iunty, on the 8th inst. Calvin Crank and Taylor lato of Indian Creek, have old out here and with theirfum-jiiewill leave for Wisconsin on toe Ifith. Henry Brewer of Dun-'l-and Gus Brooks of Manba, will probably go with them. s In-ma- The Great Labor Saver of the Home IH YOUR OWH HOME Wo will ship you a beautiful Starck Piano for 30 days' free trial. In your 1st that you will play upon, use home. No cash payment required, All we ask nnd test this piano for 30 days. If, at the end of that time, you do not And It the highest Bradc, sweetest toned and finest piano In every way, that you have ever seen for the money, you are nt perfect liberty to send It back, and wo will. In that event, pay the frolijlu both ways. This Starck I'iano must make good 'with you. or there Is no sale. ' or More Easy Save 30 DAYS' FREE TRIAL Every home, large or small, can enjoy relief frtm Broom drudgery and protection from the danger ol Hying dust. Duntlcy is the Pioneer of Pneumatic Sweepers lias the combination of the Ineumatic Suction Nozzle and revolving Brush. Very easily operated and absolutely guaranteed. In buying a Vacuum Cleaner, why not give a trial in your home at our expense.' the "Luntlcy Write today for lutl particulars UUNTLGV lNnUriATIC 6501 S. Mate St., $150.00 Payments AOliNrS WANTED SWBBPBK CO., Chicago. Vie fclilp Ulrrct to you .from our factory, at prkts tlutfcavcyou upw.ir.iU ol $150.00 In the We (guarantee to furnish cost of your piano. i mi a better piano for tka money than you ran elsewhere. You are owned of receiving n aattsfjetory aweet toned durable high grade piano. 25-Ye- ar You nay no cash down, but alter 30 ilayi of trial, you can begin payment on the low est, easiest terms ever suggested by a piano manufacturer. These terms are arranged to Ruit your convenience, and H la possible fo' you to buy a piano for your home, witliou inlisine the money. Guarantee Starck os ..very Starck I'iano i (or 25 yur ptiarai.tw lal hit Fuarontti' lur,. ct it oifr 35 yrar of pun" txiruncf, and the reputation of an rt ponsible piano house. 50 Free Music Lessons To rvery purchaser of Starck Wanes, we give free muvtc letona, In one of ttip Iwt known ecliooU fn These Uwwni you Chiciit'O. ran take in your own home, null. Tliis represent one yur'i free Instruction. constantly on lunl a birge number of slit;lilly ttseil pianos of all and hccoml-luntaken In htamlard make for new Starck I'ianot Tlie follow-inand I'laycr-l'lanoa- , arc a few tatnplo bargainti We lmv 2nd; Hand Bargains Player-Pian- are Stank Player-l'iano- i the lxi.t ami most beautl Weber Steinway Chickering Kimball Starck second-han- $110.00 92.00 90.00 95.00 195.00 ful Player Pianos on the market. You will be 1." lighted with the many of these wonderful instrument, and will be pirated with the very low prices at which they can be fecured. It Always Helps says Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., in writing of her experience with Cardui, the woman's tonic. She says further: "Before 1 began to use Cardui, my back and head would hurt so bad, I thought the pain would kill me. I was hardly able to do any of my housework. After taking three bottles of Cacdui, I began to feel like a new woman. I soon gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework, as well as run a big water mill. I wish every suffering woman would give Piano Book Free Send today for our new beautilully Illustrated piano look wliirli give you a large amount of information regarding pianos. This book will interest and please you. VrrIto today s Send for our latest complete bargain list. o A. STARCK PIANO CO., 1384 Slnrck Illdfi.. CniCAGfy You're M-k ISilious and Costive! i IucIh', lu'l hreiith, Bour mutch, furrt'd tongue anil nidi htion, tiii'un liver anil bowe'p FREE for Women. Send us your name and address and we will send you twelve boxes of our WATtittLUSS WIJNDUW WASHER, which you will sell for twenty-fivcents per box, returning to us the three 'dollars,! and we will send you FREE ior your worlca setof! Rodgers' Silver Spoons. Send no money, we trust you. Everyone needs Waterless Window Washer. -- The Woman's Tonic a trial. I still use Cardui when I feel a little bad, and it always does me good." Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness, feelings, etc., are sure signs of womantired, worn-oly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's tonic. You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing women for more than fifty years. ut e' rt D Mfi rfticnipoxn I'4lut wti v Iwa- - ht"i t 3 rr'it in m iiph r nv Uu:ttl hook i SELL i ti MVW TO OlYM't PATENTS, I Ollf W ,4 J ( iMitiwr! .r 1. k, i law at.il oi- vtiiut'i luioriiuttiou. Get a Bottle Today! 164 IV.'JOS SsvcBih" AT r St., L W YCR3 Washington, D. C. Waterless Window Washer Winchester, Ky. Mf Co.,