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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): August 20, 1914 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1914 cla1914082001_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 20, 1914 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1914 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 0 THE CLAYtCITY TIMES M. SI. 00 a Year In Advance. W; arc here to help Clay Qty, tie Surronn Jing Cooniry an j Ourselves. .1. E. Burgher, Publisher. VOL. XIX. 'Wet'' and "Dry" Compared. CLAY OITT. Perish The Thought. ( THURSDAY A Ronton Stronghold. AUGUST 20, J9M. STANTON NEWS. NO. 31 The Powell County Sunday School Convention will be held here at Stanton Wednesday and Thursday of next week. Every Sunday School in the county is invited to this convention. A splendid program has been provided and everything will be done for thoe who come. Entertainment will be provided for all the delegates ami those who stay over night. There will be a basket dinner on Thur- day and every family in Stanton that can do so is asked to bring a basket so that the big crowd of people expected will bo fed. Let us make our visitors roy ally welcome and throw open our homes freely to all. It every oik will come forward and offer the"- services and homes to the Entertainment Committee it will aid them very much. You can si'o Mrs. J. C. Hanley or Miss Maude Boone. The Convention will havo the Wednesday night service bin will give way to the Thursday night service for the revival meeting. The program is as follows with probable changes before tbo Convention. well-filled Richmond, wil Mr. J. D. Atkinson was in Wintion now tin for solution by the L. F. .Mann and his excellent enter the sjac&'i'or Circuit Judge chester Tuesday of this week on voters of our lively neighbor, consort are contemplating resign- against Jt$gp;( Benton, and will business. Winchaster, to read some of the ing the pastorate of the M. E. soon make.ii canvass of the dis Two young ladies from Irvine are paid in, advance advertise- Church, South. Their removal trict. Wlijtn 'Judge Shackleford ments of the "wets" and their would be felt as a double loss conies to Powell county he will visiting at the home of Mrs. Mary Lyle this week. specious arguments against, the to the Times ; their nearness to find it ,a'Denton str.onghold "drys" regarding business and us; the example of thrift and there wasra sentiment here in Miss Sara Ilurdwick has returned progress. The wail of lamenta. neatness of garden, yard and favor of Grant Lilly forjudge from Mt. Sterling to enter the coltion ; the depression high taxes, street, setting us the example; when of making the lege this coining year. vacant houses; loss of trade to the helpfulness and uplift they race, and bad he run he would Mr. J. S. Ewen and his son, Robfollow in the "dry" wake, etc. have been to the entire common have carried county the ert, were in Mt. Sterling Monday worth. we believe tlbbcause Mr. Lilly and Winchester "wet" now boasts ity is of inestimable this week. of an increase of $70,000.00 in Judge Mann, who has lofty ideals his family 'are so well known here and Tuesday-oassessed value of taxable proper counts as assets things other than where theyihave always been so Miss Lucille Todd returned for ty over that of one year before, meager salary; and we should popular. 11b father was former- several week's visit in Louisville to while her neighbor, Mt. Ster emulate his example, and dis ly Circuit Judge here when Pow attend school at the Cellege this ling "wet" also, points with courage their removal, if it is en ell was in aiuther district. year. pride to an increase of $100,000, tertained by them. The Times confidently believes Judge Mann enjoyed a congre- there is not another man in the Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Atkinson. Jiiese same arguments were and daughter, Marion, were visitused against the Richmond gation Sunday night overflowing district and outside of Powell "drys" in that heated campaign ; the church, and as such a thing that can carry the countv against ing the Whitts in Clay City last week. that a "drv" town meant that is so rare in this day of church Judge Benton. Mr. Charley Sparks, of Lee coun the money would pour into "wet" indifference, it is the wroimtnne Regreltable Conditions. ty, was heio last week visiting Mr. shepherd depart Nicholasville, "wet" Winche- to let such a The Winchester Democrat, one and Mrs. Tom Combs of Ilatton ster," wet" Lexington where mer- from the "fold." of the best.' local papers in the creek. chants would undersell Richmond State, is having its troubles. Meets Dr. Guerrant. merchants to alienate trade and Miss Miry Lyle has returned to Louis Pitcher, who is assisting Chas. B. Nelson, general man divert home customers, etc. her work in Irvine. Her sister Pec in this ojlice, recently met his ager, and S..K. Vaught, editor, went with her for a visit with her But what of the sequel? have not agreed all around, Mr. does not enjoy the trans- Jessamine friend, Dr. Edward O friends and relatives. was Nelson favoring Beckham and portation advantages of Win- Guerrant, here, and he v?hile Editor Vaught through the Orphans Thomas, TheCreacy and theLith children chester and is otherwise less for- shown Home here by the Doctor, and was strong 'for Stanley and Can- - who have been spending their vatunate, and yet strange as it may trill. Thftj estrangement has appear, Richmond with her loss a special program of gospel songs, been the Cause for a suit brought caticn with their many friends and exhortation and prayer was ar by Nelson to, have the plant sold relatives returned to the Masonic of a large number of ed saloons gains in taxable prop ranjred. Miss Stamps showed and the business of the' firm Homo at Louisville last Friday. 1v,ound.up,iS'lA'trouble8lofftk8e rrv overJ200.000-moreitbn. Mr. and Mrs. Linville Blunt, of thelifUemisses as queens of the splendid men are to be regretted IJIJUI of her ,Twet' neighbors; and kitchen. by all. Iheso troubles, however, lieibelberg, are the proud posses her idleness has been reduced to This verse from Owen Mere will not check the progress of sors of a brand new babv which ar a minimum ; her misdemeanors this sturdy and splendid Demo rived last week. Grandma Blunt : effaced and her felonies disap- dith's Lucille occurred cratic sheet. left at onoe for an inspection pearing "We may live without art, we may from her criminal live without books; trip. Mad Dog Scare. dockets. civilized man cannot live with A mad dog s.'are was very Facts beat all else. Rev. 1). (J. Combs, of Morehcad, out cooks." prominent here ouutlay. A score arrived Tuesday to "'egin his vevi Crossings Cleared. of men were on the warpath a- - val meeting at theChristian church State Road Commissioner TerThe Times' complaint, of trains gainst the rabid canines, and Bro. Combs is too well known to rell at Irvine Monday advised else- there were three killed in and that because of railroad bonds blocking crossings here and near Clav City Sunday after need anything further said about law has had noon. J lie article in the limes him. now outstandintr, it would not bo where in violation of as its breach by last week bearing on mad dogs wise for Estill to vote bonds at the desired effect Mr. and Mrs. Whithtad, our sec trainmen was unknown to local seemed to liberate every one's this time for road building. He reserve against the slaughter of tion foreman, have added another warn- advised the use of the 20 cents ollicials who have issued the worthless curs, and it seems fine family th s ings against tne violation which as if they will likely live very member to their levy in connection with an equal annoying to the public hard until there is an abatement past week. They seem very par- amount from the State Road w.is so tiul to girls as this is the ftfth jjirl The local agent, Mr. of hydrophobia. travel. Fund. to arrive with no bovs. Vot liner, who is by far the best It is amusing to see some of Mr. Clarence Atkinson has u po We are selling Crown flour at agent ever here, promptly put a $2 (it) per hundred, or (i5o for 25 period to the practice. When our Republican friends clamor sition as Cashier in one of the Ins., .Monarch Hour at 82 40 per trains are to stand over live min- ing tor u bond issue on a basis of 5 per cent, on all taxable prop- banks at Beattyville and will move hundred, or (iOc for 25 lbs., every two and erty and at the same time boost- - his family there this week to live, sack guaranteed to give satisfaction utes they must be cut in ing ex Governor Willson for U. Ins brother iriiil has secured a the highway cleared. or money refunded tills is S. Senator. It will bo remem Hour. Sugar 85 00 per hunposition as clerk in the hichardxon G. M. Conlee, of Mt. Sterling, bered that it was Gov. Willson dred, roasted coffee 12u per pound. store and he will also move his fam that knocked the bottom out of Hardwick & Company, Stanton, is in the city today. the bond issue to the extern of ily there in the near future. Two per cent, is all that Our Circuit Judge J. M. lienton can now be sold. has announced that he will seek re Louis Pilcher, a veteran news nomination for the ollico he holds paper man of central Kentucky, is doing some work on the Times. but that he thought it best to wait He is competent and worthy in till next year to begin his cam every respect, it lie asks you paign, as we have just passed T tor a bit of news or a subscrip hrnugh a strenuous political cam X tion to.the Times, give it to him paign and the people need a reft. and the favor will be appreciated X Indue Benton says that he needs Next Term Opens Monday, Sept. 7, ity the editor as well as Mr. II his time and energies for decid X Pilcher. ing intricate ouestions of riiiht and X 11, B. Barnes, Furnace, was One of the Best Schools in Kentucky, $ tere Thursday toofrenew his sub- - wrong, between litigants in civil uses, and between the people and scription and club with the the defendants in criminal prosecuJ Courses in Agriculture and Domestic Science. Herald. tions, and that he cannot perform X By paying part of their Expenses in Work, Students may get For the benefit of the patrons in tint delicat duty with any sort of X Rates at the Dormitory as low as $ I 50 per Week. this section of the county, will say satisfaction to himself or the peoT that the new school book have not ile he serves it he is harassed and X been sent to the depository yet and X you should he careful about buying is mind distracted by an active ror Information Write to books troin any one who claims to contest for olllce. Let us not make have them for we have been ap- Judge lienton go through a hart pointed depository of this place campaign fur this ollice but put him and no one else is allowed to han- in becauso we need him as our dr dle the complete list of new books. Stanton, Ky. oit Judge. Let us seek the man hyle & Hall, Stanton, Ky. aud not the man the olUce. . e f It is 8onievlint.di verting to one It is with much regret that we The latest who is a "neutral" to the ques- hear it intimated that Judge Shacklefordi ns it that J ml ire Rich-mou- d high-licen- s f.'-..- a Wednesday Morning. 10:00 Devotional Service Prof. Sleeth. 10:15 The President's Message A. T. Stewart. 10::S0 The Report of the Sunday Schorls CountvSecretarr 10:45 The Day of Opportunity for Temperance Paul Derthn !c 11 :00 Why 'Teen Age Pupils ha oarS. S. Hcv.L F. Mann 11 :15 The Teacher and the Pup I Miss Maud Dance. 11 :o0 Appointment of Committers Afternoon. 1 :::0 Why Have a Cradle Roll - 1 Mrs. R. L. Barter. :50 One Minute Report on "Tl e Best Thing about my Sun- 2 Miss Ma ul Dance. 2::i0 Special Entertainment by day School." ;i0 Under the Teens Ch'ldrcn. 3:00 :l ::!( Keep Our School Coing Mrs.Green Caudill Report of Committees. How Wo Night. T::i0 Song and Devotional Sem-7:4o A Wall of Men Miss Ma.. A Dance. 8:1.'! Why the Church Should he Interested in the Boy Rev. I). . Combs. Offering for Organized State Work. e Ken-tuek- y 5. j I STANTON COLLEGE, f STANTON, KY. f '14. Thursday Morning. 10:00 Devotmnal Service. 10:15 The Relation of the S. S. to the Town Prof. Sleeth. Mis. 10 :110 Reaching the Mothers J. C. Hanley. 10:45 How to Cet Dad I'honi.is 15. Talbot. Miss 11:15 The Harvest Dance. Round Table 11::0 Kev. 1 1 Maud Discussion Lou-isvil- .1. V. Hanley. I :.'50 Basket Dinner. Devotional. - , Rev. J. C. Hanley, President, Rev. J. C. S. S. Provide Hanley. 2:13 The S. S. ae a Preparation for the Christian Life L. F. Paul Derthiek. 2:00 What Social Life Should the :4'i The Parent' Responsibility ,':;I0 A Martin. Story: "The Palace Made Miss Maud by Music" Dance. THE TIMES. 111 A CARD. Ju- To the Democrats of the 25th dicial District : A recent issue of the Kenturkv I'iiumjiiki KVKuy tiiuhsday. Register contains an authorized statement from Judge W. R. SuiMonption rates SI .1 year or three Shackelford, of Richmond, which' years advance 82. is being construed as a virtual .1. E. UurQhcr, Publisher. announcement of his candidacy for the nomination for Circuit Kntered as 8ecntid-clii!- s mnil mutter. Judge. Thursday, Aug. 20, 1014. CLUB RATES. For the convenience of our sub sdriheru, we have t.rranged clul rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned : The '''imes and " Cincinnati Knquirer 1.00 1 00 " Louisville Herald 80 " Home and Farm " Inland Farmer " Southern Agriculturist ADVERTISING 80 80 Tins PAPO? REPRESENTED FOR FOREICN BY THE NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BPANCHIi1? f N ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES GENERAL OFFICES "Oh, Consistency thou art a Ittwel." One of our contemporaries is now advocating good Auroads and their gustus E. Willson for U. S. Senator; while our Democratic Governor is to be called upon to issue the proclamation that was "lost" under Willson's regime. When the Democrats are in control of State or Nation our primaries always show up alight vote as was the case in the recent Mate primaries, but the Republicans needn't "crow" over it for the "crowing" will be done by our Democratic bird next ides of November. anti-thesi- Lt is Beldom that the Times feels it incumbent to resort to reprimaud of anything disorder ly ; some boys who perhaps might in time become ircorrigibles if thev are not restrained and restricted by timely pareutal cor- reotions. We notice some injury to property the public school fencing and some slight damage to the Christian church, which, sught as it is, is noticeable. A stitch in time saves nine, even in the moulding of mischievous lipys' character building. I have been aware for some time, that a few persons in the district want me to have opposition as a means of punishing me for having done my duty; but 1 had hoped that this opposition would be withheld until the year in which the election occurs. I intend to ask the Democrats of the district to again honor me with the nomination, but I prefer not to become a candidate or to do anv electioneering before next year. The people need a respite from politics, and I am sure that the Democrats of the district, instead of being annoyed by the candidacy of persons who want to be elected to office uext year, prefer to devote their political energies, this fall, to electing the Democratic candidates who were nominated two weeks ago. That's the first duty. There is no occasion for a long campaign. A full State ticket is to be nominated and elected next year, at the same time that a Circuit Judge will be nominated and elected, yet little thought will be given to the State races before next spring. An agita tion of only a month or two suffices for the great, political parties of the Nation to choose their for the Presidency, and a presidential campaign lastj only from August until November. Why, then, should a canipaign for district and county offices be ' Some "wag" has evidently any longer? Lexington Herald reThere is another controlling "strung" a shortage of reason why 1 am unwilling to be porter about the account of the Eudrnwu into a long campaign. I print paper on ropean war. There are plenty of paper mills and paper houses f TTTtTTtTTYTTTTTTTTTTtTTt anxious to fill orders at old prices. con-sidere- can-dinat- es consider tho (Jutica of a Circuit Judge tho moatelicate that any ollicial is called upon to Nice, "intricate of right add wVong, between litigants in civilases, and between the people and the defendants in criminal prosecutions must be decided by the Judge, and he can not fperform that delicate duty with uuy sort of satisfaction to himself or to the people'iie serves if Jie'is harassed and bis mind distracted by an active contest for office. I haye never traded justice, or the rights of the, people for voles or popularity, uud I never intend to do so ; but, fear that he may appear to. be doing that embarrasses any man, imbued with tho proper conception of the office, who sits as Judge and is, at the same time, a candidate. I trust that the Democrats of the district will take this view of the situation, appreciate my position, and not be hasty in giving pledges, but will withhold them until the issues to be some of which vitally concern the people, of the district are fu lly presented, as it is my purpose they 'shall be. I have received numerous unsolicited pledges of support, and these voluntary expressions of friendship and confidence are highly Rrized ; and I do not want any of my friends to feel that my disinclination to become involved in a long campaign, or any apparent indifference as to the result, comes from any lack, on my part, of duo appreciation of their friendship or their interest in my behalf. Respectfully, J. M. BENTON. Winchester, Ky., August 17, 1014, t e. o,ues-tion- s Beginning on the 24th of August and lasting one week only, we will offer you the GREATEST BARGAINS You have ever been offered in CHINA and GLASS WARE. One Week Only. . d Mrs. J. W. Williams. We are Showing a Complete Line of We Offer You It is rather slncular that "pure t't fiugar" produced in Ger-iny and labeled "pure cane should be advanced in price hi thin country on account of the war, while pure cane sugar is produced solely by our Southern planters; and it is strange too that while wheat is declining in I price, Hour is soaring. Let the investigation be rii:id. $ h-- n j j Absolute Safety, and the Careful, Couiteous Consider- ation of your Business Wants. Can any Bank You more? For Sale. Baritone Horn, in perfect condition, cost 818 new, price if ta'X ken at once, $12.50. Owen Patrick, Kimbrell, Ky. Taken Up Astray. One plain red steer,, weighing between five and six hundred pounds with crop off right ear. Owner can ha vie same by proving ownership and paying all charges. K. V. Garrett, Clay City, Ky. CLOTHING, Spring Goods, Slippers, Etc. Call and see our Line and get our Prices. We can fit you in Complete Style 11 su-ga- r" offer Capital, - - $25,000.00 Surplus and profits over 10,000.00 Shareholders' liability. 25,000.00 t Persons desirous or traveling East or West (or North and South aa thoL. & N. Railway over the geography) can start early and kill time at l''Ptfi till they familiarize themselves with the radical changes recently adopted 111 operating even"ty-Tannines- t " Stray Notice. ? Taken up as a stray on my place u;o: April 0th. 1014, a red atfa white spotted steer about 2 years old. All of which is a Margin of Owner can have same by proving , Safety for Your Funds on property and paying for keep and expense of advertising. Ueposit here. 4 2 at Low Cost. t I t 3 INTEREST PAID ON TIME $ DEPOSITS. J. C. trick, Stanton, Ky. Clay City National 4. For MEN'S HATS go'to WILLIAMS'. wkCiAMlrf OVER SHIMFESSEL'S DANIEL BOONE AXLE GREASE truiiiH. There is no joy ainonir Jackson "20 minutes for dinner" hotels and quick-lunccounters. The on hotel at Torrent will now "tyrannize" over the traveling public, and all becaneof achango of time in operating trains on the L. A. K., now ,. A- N. Railway. h - I jf uuim, tLAY CITY. KENTUCKY. Member Federal Recrve Bank Syitctn ol the United States. EXPERIENCE 66 YEARS-.tJHBo- - t t t Anyone tending a akatrh atuf daaerlntlnn mat quickly aarertalti oir oHnton free whuther an iii.vhimm, yf.iuMvir iiaiviiiaoip. , .mmnnlra. tl.mmrlcllf wmlldontUL HANOWKHt oulfaienta trade marks .Designs Copyrights Slc. & Gamblers who put up the price of bread the mill' of life.dunng tho French Revolution were pil loried by having their ears nailed to the linlol.i of their doors jis examples of ojctbrtionurs. relliVM rtlalfM ....... ,.1 . Tlrinma.tli1. Hr Mill w 1. n..i,...i. all iA.Ini. Yiiur ninnv hrk If It fills to r liava anr apha In n Dart of th bud lUtWn rumuirt umv, juried ouc, J uruQQWU nil till tyt ffal I'ul.nu taken through iluuu wot J let, wlihout cbarga, lathe- Co. recalra lenti. And don't have to greate I , BOURBON k REMEDY COMPANY. Scientific Jiincrkntu rulalWm of anraclentlllo. Journal. Tenua, f 1 m laiin lourmoiiiui, l. 0014 uall nawtueaura, Office. C4 but once a week. Made in Kentucky by CHAS. C. 342 Cast Main St., Islington. Ky. AtlandJOtnelrlllattratKl weeitr. raraest rir. r SU Wa.bleiitoo. U.Z. STOLL OIL CO. Lexington, Ky. . a; , Budklen'arnlca Salve (or Cuts, Burns Stops Ncnralgl.T-Klll- s Pain. M'r. K;S; Loper, Mnrilla, N. Y., Sloan's Liniment gives "instant writes : . ,,jjl have never had a cut, relief from Neuralgia or Sciatica. painful part burn, wouu'd or oore it would not It goes straight ADB IWI'KR. .A HO.MIv-Soothes the Nerves and Stops heal." Ijet a box of l.ucklen's Arnica 'isnlvejtoilay. Keep liatidy nt the pain. It is also good for On account of the Christian Sore throat. Client Paifis, TlltJHSDAY, Aug. r0, 1014. all times for burns, sores, cuts, (turn t," t!ir f ' ' "t; tv church being repaired and rec n Jcitrny ir?rs wounds. Prevents lockjaw. 25c and Snrains. You don't need to lit v Via modeled the pastor, I). II. Matli-erln1 rub it penetrates. Mr. .1. It at your druggist. Adv. vj;i!i t ito 'I' uL 'Ir LOCAL BltEVTriES. will preach at the Metho, Swinger, Ky. write-- : "I CURES and dist church the second Sunday in CO. Ktrfihiirs and'" Mrs. suffered with quite a evere neuralPriEVENTG GAPER .Iinlfii' Nolimcl, of Irvine, was September. Editor Mf IV O'Mara, and gic heudacl'c lor four months uith-ou- t .v'iik. ' rh icB, rrur, cjioliu in the city Monday. any relief. I used Sloi.n's LiniForeinairMr. (ionium, all 'of the Mr. and Airs Frank Kelley, of ment for two or three nights and I Ones GOc liolile of A. C. Barnes' luis returned Los Angeles, Uali., are visiting Winchester Sun, motored to this haven't guttered with my head iiTKstill relatives in the city. They havo city Sunday for a visit. Our sincxn" Get .t bottle today. Keep from a visit to relatives bounty. sold their property in the 1'acilic latchstring U ever on the outside in the house nil the time for pains Makes 1 Golionv of Mpdlclue. Vc6p it bottlo nt const state and will most likely for the neighboring brethren of and nil hurts. 2.")p, ."iOc and SI, at Rvcry poultry, r v it radical clinjmc lilts Ween put thit nivdiiino 01 mi.' Wiitn (or Irco s.rniMo your druggist. Adv. fA ell'ect on the press. .ti! o' Vo W AdJrc , Indianapolis, hid. Jdcitf anJ lluokict on the time jtabjju ."in. Ilucklen's Arnica Salve for all sores. fmg iftfr f;"P".'Y. icxi,n. Kj. 'Repair Bridge. trains?"! Mr. and Mrs. .John W. VaugiMi, The foot bridge over the old of I'liuMiix, Ariz., are visiting Several from the city and friends und relarives in their old mill race on .Main street which ounty attended- court, at Mt. home county. These good peo- was recently newly tloored bad a Sterling Monday. ple are looking real well, and girder , to break Tuesday and in Need of Klzie "Webb and family, of their visit here is a great pleas- Messrs. 0. il. Mcintosh and A. ll I'll M. Burgher are to be coinniend-e- d visited liis sister, Mrs. i). II. ure to all who see them. for volunteering to repair the Mntherly recently. Clifton Chancy, formerly of damage by bracing it securely, "fililer D. II. Matlierly spoke at Breathitt county, now living thus protecting pedestrians ami the .Ir. O. 11. A. M. fins raising near Stanton, called Wednesday making the bridge safe as ever. Krid.ly near Filson. and subscribed for the Times. He was accompanied by A. J. Mar- Beware of Ointments for Catarrh Kairly good corn .erfip a1fd plen- 'f.ln vvllfl irnr. Me m Cabinet Mantles, Grates, Tiles, that Contain Mercury, nnnnr roimvrail ty of late roasting ears as a. re(e The former is single and eligible. ns mercury will surely destroy the ) sult of the Into and timely rains. sense of smell and completely deMt. Sterling court day, as us- range- the whole system when en Married, Tuesday afternoon on was largely attended by tering it through the mucous surFrames' Branch Mr. David Weth- ual, I'owellites, all feeling "refresh- faces. Such articles should never ers and Miss Naomi Strange, encouraged by the re- be used, except on prescription-fro9) 'Squire (Jhas. Welch nlHeiating. ed" and M cent drout is. to or reputable physicians, as the W. .1. Easter and family, who The "overflow" crowd of traders damage they will do is ten fold to (fi have been on a visit to his par- - made a busy Tuesday; those sell- the gdod you can possibly derive ) Mits, Kltl. A. Easter and wife ing on .Monday, buying or from thejai." Hall's Catarrh Cure, left Tues.lay lot his home at Bell on Tuesday, a custom manufactured by F. .1. Cheney & I'qint,-Ky- . unknown to other? Bluegrass Co., Toledo, O., contains no mertowns. 1 cury, and .Is, taken internallv, actMrs. Noah Hose, and. two ft) ing directly upon the blood and Has Your Child Worms? daughters, Misses Vena and Ger Cor. Main and Broadway, is Most children do. A coated, mucous surfaces of the system. In trude, of Winchester, are visit9) ing the former's sister, Mrs. A. furred tongue; strong breath; stom- buying Hall't- Catarrh Cure be sure It is taken ach pains circles under eyes; pale, j ou get the genuine. M. Burgher. sallow complexion; neivous, fret- intemully and made in Toledo, )., William Snowden, Sr., died at ful; grinding of teethe tossing in by F. J. Cheney & Co. Testimonhis home near this city Fridav ials free. at' hiS o'lil steei')jvi)eWiirarJrcaisny 'one of iglit: ooiu ny uruggists. nice, loe these indicate child has worms-- . home where Morris Curtis now Get a box of Kickapoo Worm Kill-e- per bottle. r Jfives. Services by Elder A. EasTake Hall's Family I'HIs for con at once. It kills the worms the ter and burial with the honors eaue of your child's condition. Is stipation. ii Masonry. laxative and aids nature to e.pel the For MKX'S CLOTH I NO go to WILLIAMS'. When you want Shoes, worms. Supplied in candy form. Easy for children to take. 2"u at don't forget Williams'. your druggist. Adv. THE TIMES. M Thero will ho a formal opening new Hi vet View Hotel at Irvine Friday night und a free luncheon in the. banquet hull, fojlowed by music and dancing. of the to-th- e Rliru-matisn- i, t'1- y, a-- "' ! i t i , Bob-bin- s, . Bourbon Podtry Cure 1 o--in - 01-k- a, ' When Builder's Hardware, or Heating Cooking Stoves, m ! Go Write ) "un-loadin- Grubbs & Benton, Winchester, i) - Iy. 1iKrSffy - MarawicK & tJo.s m TREES!! Spring and Summer Qome to Our Store GOODS. m m STRAWBERRY PLANTS And let us show you what we-car- ry. " Fruit and Shade, Shrubs, Asparagus, (Irape Vines, Roses, I'eonies, Phlox, etc. Everything (or ORCHARD, LAWN and GARDEN. so nice line of goods Notion"-- , io NO AGENTS FREE CATALOGS Our stock of Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Clothing, Shoes and etc. H. F. Hillenmeyer& Sons, Lexington, Ky. Nurserymen Since 1841. 1 Variety, Style and Quality. THIS COM HI NED J1 8H10.000 OAl.'lTAI. STOCK. HUHl'MJH AN IJ UN- S mviuKi) Piioi'iTs. jrxMMMt , WITH OUR WlNCI OH 1 10ST15H 'INC1IHTK, BANIC . H - Low Prices V,e K. 'j ' .1 13 N.lloi.i.v iTiii:iiMi'i)i.v, ici:h, V. li. Simiaii, Casiiikii. J YDL'H ACCOUNTS Make it to your interest to'give us a good share of . your trade. yfrivu to pleuce our customers be- HO!.!ClTl .l 5j cause we know Kitisf led customers aieourhestai'.-ets- , rs genres yj.j.iwzrarey Yours to please, WALDRON - & JOHNSON ) Ky.r TK43C.M1RK, rf t. 8-- : untt.i ulmi , "a. nU mi ' 'lflcJ f f j E ' i ir Our Spriag and Summer Goods are now in. We want you to see ihem and get our prices before making your purchases. We think can your wants in everything, and know can save you money. If you are interssled 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 vou can "High quality, low prices" is our motto. We trv 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 'Qoslon Favorite" Shoes for Women we have them in the latesl things in Oxfords and pumps in patent leathers, gunmetal, dull kid, regular kid and tans in cloth, and regular top buttons, lace, strap and plain pumps, also in the white button boots, or regular shoes, and all the above leathers in boots. 'Walk-Ove- r' Shoes for Men in the new and slaple slyles in patent leathers, and tan, in button and lace Oxfords and regular Shus. Mart. Scbaff-ne- r & Marx and "The Matchless" brand Clothing for Men, "Aftor" brand Hats for Men and Boys, "Arrow" brand Men's Shirts and Colhtf. And see our lines of wool dress Goods, fancy and plain wash dress Goods, ginghams, percales, crepe and plain flouncings, net corset covers, dress tummings, belts, umbrellas, parasols, silk and cotton hose and half hose, crochet cottons, Women's and Men's Neckwear, Women's, Mises' and Children's Hats, Women's and Men's Nainsook, cotton and knit L ndeoeai. lace Curtains, wall paper. Carpets, Trunks, suit cases. Saddles, buggy and woik Harness, Oliver chilled .Plows, Oliver Cultivators, cook Stoes, 'the and etc., and etc. We are selling Crown flour at $2.60 Bain Wagons per hundred or 65c far 25 lbs.; Monarch flour at $2.40 per hundred, or r.n- - fnr 74 lu. il,,. ; k'.,i,,i-,- . ?n rM f V. NV WftH' JJ. IVJI 4. J 119,, V,V,J .,,1 gUlUlllLVU ,1,19 Ih.muHI ii, lbs, for $100. $4.75 per hundred, anj roasted 12 V ptr pv'"d y gun-meticadv-to-we. ...,. ,, , on HOW TO CO 1 ll IUum v Sill. PATENTS. II I t. , . rle;, . . . . 11IILT, vWaltersviIIe, s. PATENT LAWYERS. L303 Seventh Waahlnnton, D. C. sw;?i is, co, Hardwick & Co., Stanton. & ADDITIONAL. LOCALS. Klmbpcll. rlays with relatives Spring. V . nt Spout to . 11 1 "':":--..:.i..:...:.3rt'r,'- J Win. Crow and family, of IMne Mrs. James H. Hull, of Lexington, is visitinsf .Mrs. A. T. Whin. drove, Clark county, are visiting ... relatives here. iMiss Hliinelie Hush, of LouisDavid Snowden sold a yearling ville, is visiting her sister, Mrs. steer to Mr. Halsey, weight DO.") Mary H, i'ettU. pounds, for U.J cents per pound. "Hot as August" is an old say. Miss O.ella M. Wanton, of iiu; when it begins to uet warm re-- . Hristow, Ind. is here visiting her in the Spring. We may now just how hot August is. It parents, Mr. and Mrs. II. K. Wan-ton- . has heen very warm this week. ., Geo. W. Lewis and wife, of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Vance, of orailles, were in the city this Winchester, are spending u fewweek looking after a place to lo card of Thanks. ;ite. They were favorably imMr. and Mrs. .lell'erson McKinL'luy City but could pressed with not decide to remain with us un- ney, of the Ilardwick's Creek They neighborhood desire to express til further investigations. their thanks for the aid and symwent from here to Irvine to pathy of friend and neighbors the big lot sale there. in their recent bereavcriient Word has been received from the loss ai their infant daughter 1 wa I'ark, Okla , that Mrs. .1. Li ndeii Doyle. V. McKinney, formerly of this futility, is in fast failing health. THIS PAPCR REPRESENTED FOR FOREIC.'i ADVERTISING BY THE The doctors there have advised her removal and they are movv naiLHUEi; ing back to Tooley, Texas, where they lived for a few years, and GENERAL OFFICES NEW YORK AND CHICAGO they all enjoyed the best of BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES health. - rcturiiod Dun Hlnnton If liomo at Hiuinlt6ti'0., last-wee- k after a few days visit to rela tives liorc. Miss Bertha Sno'tt'den and Mrs. Flora Utisby. attended., tlio ten days revival meeting held at Jackson Uliapel by the pastor, W. 1'. I REDUCTION SALE. Your Attention,, Please. In the-lac- Kstill 'County Sunday School Association ''will beheld at Jackson Chapel near Kimbrell Sunday, Aug. 2Jlrd. Dinner on Every body inthe ground. vited. The k of space fur room to hold' our Fall Line Wv of Goods offer to make a ClnVe',SaTe. 1 ... J SPOUT SPRING. V. .1. Christopher, Jr., Clark county, weqk. Men's Shoes out from $(l.2n'of regulnr prici'. Min'S Hats at almost cost. Whe'h we maVfr such istiiteirient as tins Ladies' Shoes and J of in the word we mean it. The best wav to find out these things was here the past t X Mr. and Mrs. G. W.' Lewis, of Winchester, are visiting relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Manson Curtis are attendiiis: the meeting of the "saints" at Winchester. The protracted meeting at Jackson's Chapel is still in progress with live additions to date. Mrs. Hello Burgher is now to convalesce from a severe and lengthy siege of typhoid fever. g We handle a full line of mer- chandise and are here'to tile'ase oii'r trade. We "absolutely -:stahll i Small or, htrge for guaiantee and satisfaction to our customers. is to come nnd.see for youreelf. orders are given special care. We hope, in this Sule'to bririg some Hew cMistoniers in touch with us. We ask you to consider j t aj. f " t J the mat- - 1S 11 ter over; you need our goods, we certainly need the jitoney, and will give you a square deal. COM K ONE, COM K ' CASH AT THESE PHICES. ALL-SPO- T COULD SCARCELY A. M. Lowe & Co., ROSSLYN'S LIVE WIRE MERCHANTS. WALK ABOUT And For Three Summers Mrs. Vin- A. E. Sams and fritnily attended the quarterly meeting nt Clay cent Was Unable to Attend to Any of Her Housework. Pleasant Hill, N. C "I suffered for three summers'," writes Mrs. Walter Vincent, of this town, "and the third and last time, was my worst. I had dreadful nervous headaches and prostration, and was scarcely able to walk about. Could not do any of my housework. I also had dreadful pains in my back and sides and when one of those weak, sinking spells would come on me, 1 would have to give up and lie down, until it wore off. I was certainly in a dreadful state of health, when I finally decided to try Cardui, the woman's tonic, and I firmly I fattened up, and grew so' much stronger In three months, I felt like another person altogether." City Sunday and spent the remainder of the day with relatives in the city. The recent rains hove so revivbelieve I would have died if I hadn't ed all the corn crops except the taken it. earliest planted, that now there After I began taking Cardui, I was is no bad ell'ects at all from the drouth. Crops in this section, greatly helped, and all three bottles upon the whole, are above the entirely. uverage. Starck Pianos ' Vaughn's Mill. Mr. Mack Cardui is purely vegetable and gentle-actin- g. Its ingredients have a mild, tonic effect, on the womanly constitution. Cardui makes for increased strength, improves the appetite, tones up the nervous system, and helps to make pale, sallow cheeks, fresh and rosy. Cardui has helped more than a million weak women, during the past 50 years. It will surely do for you, what it has done for them. Try Cardui today. Write to: Chattanooga Medicine Co.. Ladles Advisory Dept., Chattanooga. Tenn.. for Special on your case and 64'page book, "Home 5 Treatment for Women." sent In plain wrapper. Gravett is building a tobacco ba'rn',!,rid'-Ohas.- Clark is preparing to build a house. lion Guar nntood LowestNet No Money iu Atlvaucfc SllliHfllC Fn o t ory PricoH TormH S2 Goebel Busk, youngest son of A. I': Busk, was kicked very badly by a mule last Friday, but is improving. , The Farmers' Union Store under the management of Frank Kenuoii is doing goorl?, business. Everyone seems 'satisfied. Several people from this place attended the meeting at Jack son Chapel Sunday and enjoyed the dinner on the. ground. Eaai esAt Slaving of $1(10 to From Fno lory Direct OO P A. STARCK PREBIOENT We will ship you a beautiful Starck riano for 30 iluys' free trial. In your home. No cash payment required. All we ask Is that you will play upon, uso nnd (est this piano for 30 days. If, at tlio end of that time, you do nut ilml.lt the highest Rrade, sweetest toned nnd finest piano In every way, that you have over seen for the money, you are at perfect liberty to send It back, and we will. In that event, pay the freight both ways. This Starclc I'iano must make good with you, or there Is no sale. 30 DAYS' FREE TRIAL ownVome Save $150.00 or More We fililp direct to you from our factory, at prices that save you upwards of $150.00 in the We guarantee to furnish cost of your pinup. ou a better piano for the money than you can M',ure elsewhere. You are assured ot receiving a RatUfactory sweet toned durable high grade piano. 25-Ye- ar Easy Payments You pay no rash down, hut after 30 days of trial, 'Oti can brgin payment on the lowest, easlrst tcrmi ever suggested by a piano ManufacturersThese terms are arranged to suit your convenience, and It is possible to buy a piano for your home, withou miislnir tlu money. f Win. Snowden, Sr., was buried on Ilardwick's Creek at Ins IN EACH TOWN and district to r!deand exhibit a sample, Latest Model Ranger1' bicycle furnished bp us. Our Itlric r Acenta pvervwhern am old home place by the Masons DiaKlnirmoner fast. rite firr full iHirtlcutartand epecial vjfer at oiice. and a large crowd attended. itusjuiitcuuniu ion receive aiiaapuruveyuuriiicycie. ?.r iin miiii iu uiiiuiiG miywiieru in uih r. n. tcutoMi n crm aepitMiin n(h'aiice,j)rrjwircoi(.aiiclallowTEMDAYS'FREETHIALclurlnc Joe Clark and Harrison Strango n iiiuii nun a uu may nut, um uioyciu aim imb ib uj any tesc you wish. a i i v i. iiiu or do not If you aio then not ijerfectlv tn thn til. cycle ship It back to us at ourexpenso and vu will nut be nut one cent. have gono back to the mountains rflblunl rnluCO possible to make ot one, bmall irollt abovo' horse. trading. We wisli the boys actual factory cost You have 210 to !5 middlemen's profits by buy success for corn wilPbe scarce. lnir direct of us behind your bicycle. DO NOT DUY a blcvclnor&.ratrnftlrwfmmniMmint. anuvrlce until you receive our catalogues aud leuruour unheard of Messrs. Chas. Clark, Geo. S. facturv vricca aud remarkable mwciol utfen. Ware, John Babeiy Cert and YOU WILL BE ASTONISHED the vxtndrrfully low pricea we can make you thin year. We wil thehithiwt grada bfcjclci for lew tliao any other rartory. Wn are aatlHiled with It.iw pruiit Ilettio Crowo have been abuvafairtorr DICVCLE DEALERS, von rn noil riipl.lirhiin,.apnil n nari. plat at doublH eur price. Undent flllwl tbn day received. attending. th.e.Saiiits' anWa.I, nnt rwutilar v hin.TluHuwiml htnrl SECOND HAND i i j I Mat but ainlalr bar a number oa bandBICYCLES. br our Cblcaca ntail tort. The taken In trade nut pronruiiiy at ric ranglui frora 3 to$8 or 10. l)crlLth) barfaln lint siaJWd nual camp meeting, tt. 'n,w'hl,'lmP0'drel'rhinll'Pdl.trti.reiJr. COASTFR BRAKES 1 tuipuuMit o all kluda at half th ryuUr rttait yrtcis. There was a'meoting of the $ $ Hedgethorn Puncture-Proo- f Farmers' Union Saturday night, discussing several propositions, Self-heali- ng and there will be another the Ban Im Mtuta rtlail rfr or thtrnt coinini; Saturday njght. Every body welcome. HOM0RETR0UBLEFROMPUNCTUKES RIDER AGENTS WANTED "B' I Guarantee aiarcK os nil wl-.l- i I'.rrry Starc riano M fruaranteed (or 25 years. ltj back TliU guarantee of it our 35 years ot piano experience, and the reputation of on responsible piano house. 2nd-Ha- nd Bargains Player-Pian- 50 Free Music Lessons To every purchaser of Starck Pianos, we give free music in one ot the best known schools in tlilcago. These lessons you can take in your own home. This' represents b.i mall. one years Tree instruction. have constantly on hand a large number of .slightly used pianos. of all and second-hanstandard makes taken in ex cliange for new Starck Pianos The followand l'layer-1'ianoing arc a few simple bargains Vie 23a7i?S3a mom-(WML Weber Steinway Chlckerlng Kimball Starck second-han- $110.00 02.00 90.00 85.00 195.00 bargain list. ful Player Tlanos On the You will Ui demarket. lighted will!, the many exclusive features Of these wonderfi)! Instruments, and will -- lie pleased with the very low prices at which tiiey can be secured. Send todav for our new beautifully Illustrated piano iiook which gives you large amount of Informa tion regarding pianos. This book will Interest anil please you. Write today. are Starck Player-I'ianothe best and most beauti- Piano Book Free Send for our latest complete 10 00 .vy ru-- r 1'. A. STARCK PIANO CO., 1384 Sturok nidi., MM T JAGjy TiresrSSSKSfffr Nalla,Tacaor01awlllnot Ul th air out. A hundred thousand in lis told last year. Made In sizes. It DESnniPTIfiN- - U lively alland easy rldlnir, very durable and lined lusldo with a, suticlal quality uf rublier, which never becomes liorous and vrhlcli closes uu small punctures without allowing air to escape. They wcIl'Ii Notlcththtekrkbrrtrad no inoro than an ordinary tire, the puncture resisting "A" and puncture tr.p"B" iiuaiiiies iieiiiirifiveii uy several layers oitiiin.bpeciaiiy nd "O" also rim strip "H" raiinu ou u u ireiu. inervcuiar price oimeso to provant rimcuttlnc. Thl 1 .".".f 'i1? aiu Miakluir a .peclal factory price to the rider of only gP 14 W iier pair. All orders shipped bime day letter H EASy o?n,I'oELA8TIC nelved. Wo will bhlp i O. U .on approval. You du nut need to pay a cent until you examine and find them strictly as represented. Wo will allow a eah diacount of &ierueut (thereby uiaklnirlhoprlco 94.85 per pair) If you xemt FULL CASH WITH ORDER and enclose this advertisement. You run no risk la sendlnir us an order as the tlcus fuay lie returned at OUR oxpeuso If for any reason they are not 'tlkfectury uu xsiulu&llSB. U v am iwrfevtly relmbls sntl luoury seal to ue U 4 Mis j In m bank. Ir you orWr tlrvs. tou wlU llutl Oat tbf y srlll rUln rsslvr. ruu rsiir. wer Uttter. laal loneer nU lovlc oavr iMlrot lb. Vi a kuow tbat you will La ao wallultaawi lliat wbcu you want thaa suy tlra you barasvar uiiaU or smu at anyyou altlryi'lvyou will ilvauayuurunbT. Wa want toawDd ua a trial onlaral ooc.buc tblaramarkabla tlroouar. kind it any rltji until youwudfura ialro( HJtbuni ggT NFFFM TVf?!? dyu' 1U' tlrrauu atipruval and trial at tba prcl Introductory aUT; or writ for our I'll and Huodry CaUksu wbivudMcribMaaMuu(aaituak aua Li mitt uf m avml liTola. MiiiiijtiuntMnri auinilrlfat At avixsul Lair tliM uual lriOia. riHitviiuuiaiMMUltuday do not THINK OP jpUYlfta a bjcyclepr aplr Mm imiw aod woudvrluUtTttn u arviuakuix. Uf tlr uaDfouauutilyu Sr IlfotoiJyaiKMU WriUlt now. FREE for Women. 111 w -- I "?"' m You're Ulllous and Costlvel Sick headache, bad breath, sour etotuach, furml tongue and indt gestion, mean liver and bowels (Jet clogged. Clean up a 25o bottle of Dr. king's New Life I'ilU today nd empty the stouiacti and bowels of 'fermenting, gassy foods and waste.. 'A Tull bowel uiovuiuunt gives a satisfied, thank-fil- l to-ni- urk-w- . feeling-awak1 es ftlti 1 I'uaoture-t'ruo- fl1 M1irtf J. L. HEAD CYCLE COMPANY, CHICAGO, ILL Effective, vet miiil '."xDOn't ltidh n- i 25c at your druggist.' Adv. lluukleii'n Arnica Salve.for burns. -. ytiu'feel 'fine. Send us your name and address andwwill send you twelve,boxes of our WATERLESS WINDOW WASHER, wryon you will sell lor twenty-nv- e oants Tier hox. 'returnine,'to us the three dollars. and we will send you.'FREE lor your work asetof Rodgers' Silver Spoons. Send ao money, we trust you. Everyone needs Waerjess Window Washer. Waterless Window Washer Winchester, , Mfg-- . Gb, For GltOOKUIKS MifcUIAMS. goto