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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): September 3, 1914 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1914 cla1914090301_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.): September 3, 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. CD THE CLAY CITY TIMES. SI. 00 a Year In Advance. We are here to belp Clay CilV. t be SorronnJing Coantry and Ourselves. 1. H. llurghcr, Publisher. VOL. XIX. Why America Should Strike Now. Williams-Johnson. CLAY CITY. KYit THURSDAY High Prices for Cattle. Mr. Olny Williams, of Athol, Mr. James Walker, farmer, of and Miss Betsy Johnson, of this Scottville, Macoupin county, III., city, were married earl.v Wednes- sold at Chicago, August 19, 1914, day morning at the home of the five cars of cattle (80 head) for bride's parents. The ceremony $11,784.15, of which 47 steers was pronounced by the Rev. averaging 1475 lbs. brought $10.(10 .IikIl'o L. F. Mann in the pres per 100 pounds, or $154.15 per ence of a small company of inti-mat- p head, while. '20 steers avg. 1JJ78 friends. Immediately af- lbs. brought1 $10.50 per 100 ter which they left, for a short Douuds. or --,$111.70 ner he:id bridal tour to Lexington and oth- These are I hn highest prices he ever receivedaor such stock. Mr. er points. The groom is the popular depot Walker is 8f years old and has agent at. Athol on the L. fc E. fed cattle atiB hosrs for the Chi railroad and has many friends in cago market junitinuously for 52 this city. The bride is an at- years. Within this period he tractive young daughter of Mr. has sold the best cattle as low as and Mrs. Wm. Johnson, of this $8.75 per 100 pounds and the best by every-one- . hogs at $2.50, and has seen com city, and The young couple will selling at eig(Jt. cents per bushel make their home at Athol, where sucu as now orings eignty cents well-beliked SEPTEMBER. J9M. NO. 30 - The Day Lumber fc Coal Company's big store here will be moved to Jackson by September 15. We regret the loss of this store but it is safe to say this building will not be vacant long as it is such a good stand to sell goods. There j8 ajR0 SOme talk of moving the company's general ntlice from this city to Jackson but this has not been defiChurchill's views. nitely decided. We hope they It- is, we believe, a fact of that uny empire Hushed with will decide to let the ofllce resuccess grows more dillicult for main here. other powers to deal with. GerMr. and Mrs. Harry McCauley, many as the conqueror of Europe of Cyuthiana, Ky'., visited the vould,pr.obab)y be 'impatient of family of 0. Sliimfessel this week. any restraint in South America Mrs. McOouley was formerly and would not. in tho least mind Miss Fannie Reed, who has frenlI:ronting the United States, if quently visited the Misses Sliimindeed, she did not wage war fessel on past occasions. us for the aggrandizement of her territory in this conutry. Tuesday '.being the Jst day of State Journal. September it became the assessThe 1 hues believes every word ment day. Take a memoranof the above and iurthufr believes dum of your property on that that right now is the opportune day and retain it tor the benefit of the assessor when he comes a- time to do her duty. round later. Judge Mann on the Program. The Estill County Teachers' InTom Pettit had his examining stitute will meet at Kimbrell the trial at. Stanton Friday for the coming Saturday. Judge Mann killing of Silas Blanton colored. of this city, is scheduled to take Hu was held over to Circuit part in the progrom. Kimbrell Court under $5,000 bond which has become famous as a splendid lie readily gave. entertainer of the teachers, and M. 1. O'Mara, editor of the they are always assured of the Winchester Sun, was in the city best of hospitality when they Thursday. meet at this place. his-tnr- y Winston Spencer Churchill, Great Britain's First Lord of the .Admiralty, says in nn interview lor the New York Herald thsit in ihe event of the victory of Germany there will he no limit to t lie ambition of the German mil itary aristocracy, and autocracy, mid America will have to take up the burden of protecting human liberty from German agnres-mom- . It. is a conllict between democracy as expressed by the French, American and English systems of government by popular election and parliamentary debate ai)d a highly efficient imperialistic bureaucracy and miliWith Kim-- ' tary organization. land forever shattered, with Belgium subdued and France out of i he wuy, the Germans, thinks Mr. Churchill, would turn their eyes to South America as a new Held lor conquest, and the Monroe Doctrine would not deter them. The maintenance of the integrity of Holland would also fall to the lot of America. Assuredly the article by General von Edelslieini, mapping out the campaign in America, which hajj been published in American newspapers, who took it from a London journal, bears out Mr. they carry the best wishes of host of friends with them. Company a To Account for Speeding. ?. Store to Move. A Lexingtrfu capitalist is de fending a $80,000 damage suit for killing a boy with his automobile while his.machine was running at a speed exceeding thirty miles an hnur.l At the same time a Winchester physician is called upon through? the courts to answer for theikilling of a little girl with his? automobile, and $10,000 damages are asked. There are other expenses to be reckoned with by auto owners besides running them, if the drivers persist in speeding the machines. "Tit for Tat." Herman Kidder flings Japan .at us. Then adduces Russia.. Whutdoes'hVjn'HOwro'fTuI? home Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. Chns. Ewen and will make her home with them. Sho was Mr. K. II. Fuller made a lu.;i future accompanied by Mies Gladys ncss trip to Lexington this Welch who will learn the milliweek. nery trade with her sister af Mr. Vie Fuller, of Hazard, is New Ross Indiana. visiting his brother, K. 11. Fuller Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Ewen and this week. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Williams Mrs. Alicia Derthick, of Indi left Tuesday for Olympian anapolis, Ind. arrived Friday for Springs to attend the Morgan's a few days visit wish her sou. Men Association which meets this week. Many of the old vetMiss Eula Webb, of Lexington, erans will be there to talk over is visiting her grandmother, the days of yore. Mrs. D. Creed this Anna Mr. Tom Pettit, of Clay City, week. had hi? examining trial here for Mr. Jim Noland has moved his the killing of Silas Blanton a week family from the Steve Crawford ngo on the streets of Clay City. house back to Middletown, O All the witnesses who testified av this week. strong evidence against Mr. Pettit. Mrs. D. It. Clark is visiting The defense offered no evidenct. her daughter, Mrs. Myrtice Con- - Judge A. T. Knox held Mr. Pettit lee, at Walnut Grove, in Fay under a 85,000 bail, and Messrs. ette county. John Kenaon Caesar Hurst and Mrs. Margaret Oldham, of Robert Conlee went on his bond. Winchester, visited with her His trial will come up at the next parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. term of Circuit Court. Ewcu from Thursaay till Satur Mrs. Press Ewen. who has been day. , sick for several months, died Saturday and her funeral was held Mr Paul 'Derthick left for Ashland, Ky., where Monday. Her death was not un he will speak at the State Con- expected as she had been very low vention of the Christian church for several days. She was 5ii years of age and leaves a husband, ou Thursday. four boys and five girls. Among Miss Catherine Sewell, of near those out of town who attended Winchester, spent all of lust the funeral were; Mr. C. F. Wyatt week with her aunt, Mrs. J. C. and wife, of Whitesburg, Capt. D. Patrick. She returned to her and wife, of Jackson, Mr. ,. J. Ewen Gillaspfe and wife, of. Haz home Saturday., Weedcn Wed-nesda- STANTON NEWS. y . -- MrsBrJrsVen'nTJtyneil'ro key? How can he reconcile the Kaiser's ostentatious appeal to the Children of Christ and his pretentious partnership with God "Meinself uud Got" with his calling the hordes of Mahomet to his aid? Will not this all Christendom against the unholy combine? May Heaven protect the Vaterland from and give the German people a chance! Courier-Jour-ua!. her home at. Jackson Tuesday while Cipt. Ewen left for Hot Springs, Indiana where he will spend several weeks. Rev. J. C. Hanley was in Cincinnati several days last week on business for the college, lie was joined in Lexington by his wife and they returned home Monday. Miss Mabel Kwen left Friday fur Loudon, Ky. where she will teach again in the High School. Mabel is liked very much as a much as a teacher by the people of London. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Thomp son, oi Larue, Uluo. who have been visiting tor several weeks with their daughter, Mrs. Mac McCormick, returned to their home Tuesduy. ard. 'Af rel.mandaBurfiher, ain't" son, of Clay City, Mr. Albert, Welch and wife, of Levee, Charles Ewen and wife, of New Ross, Ind.. Mr. Goull Hainline, of Levee, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Skidmore. of Bowen. The funeral was the larg est that has been seen in Stanton for twenty years. Mrs. Ewen was one of the best loved women in Powell connty and her loss is keen ly felt by a large host of friends and relatives all over the coun ty. The Powell County Sunday School Convention was held on Wednesday and Thursday of lai t week. On account of the threatening weather both diyfe the crowds were not large but they were well attended by the people of Stanton. It was to be regretted that seven oi the speakers did not come to speak ou their xubjeets. If this had been a State Sunday School Convention in a large city and before immense crowds nothing could have kepi ihose speakers away but this happened to be a county convention and so they thought it didn't matter. Mr. Talbott was excusable at his aged mother fell and broke her hip the day he was to have been here but we do not think any of the others were. Miss Maud Dance, tho State Elementary Superintendent was splendid and the people fell in love with her. We hope u have her with us aeain next year. Mr. Buford Kstes, of Vaughn's Mill, was put in as President for the coming year and MUs Beatrice Hlunt as Secretary. The convention will meet next year at llosslyu the time of meeting to be decided later. Melon Peddlers to Pay License. 1 t I t I Rev. J. C. Hanley, President, Miss Blanche Thompson, of West Liberty, stopped oil' to vis- Telephone Exchange Locks Shop. it with Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Phil local telephone exchange lips. She leaves Monday for The has locked up shop and quit bus- Richmond where she will enter iness for awhile at least. The the State Normal school for the poor service of the company and coining year. poor pay of the subscribers have An entertainment will be giv Opens Monday, Sept. 7, combined in the failure of the en at the Wnltersville school Next company to make it an overly house Tuesday night, September paying proposition for the own8th. at 7 o'clock by tho Pompaii of the Best Schools in Kentucky. ers of the plant. It and Wnltersville schools. Isaac Wiler, of Clark county, rill consist of plays, dialogs, rec Courses in Agriculture and Domestic Science. passed through the city yester-da- itations and music. Every body with a large drove of hogs is invited. By paying part of their Expenses in Work, Students may get $ ho had purchased in this county. Rates at the Dormitory as low as $1.50 per Week. Mr. Has Houston returned Fri James Woolery has been called day from Ohio where he had to Irvine on account of the seri- been taking in the sights of CinFor Information Write to ous illness of his aged father, cinnati, Hamilton and oMier points of interest. Has says that Emerson Couleo visited home folks in Montgomery county ho had the trip of his lifo and performed some heroic deeds Wednesday. Stanton, Ky. while away. The Kentucky Conference Is Miss Nora Perl Ewcu returned now in session at Wilmore. Powell and Estill counties haye become famous for their production of watermelons and every day many loads of them go from these counties to the neighboring citiee of Richmond, Winchester and Mt. Sterling. One of these cities has imposed a license of 75 cents per day on melon peddlers and another one of these towns will likely follow suit. STANTON Term COLLEGE, STANTON, KY. '14. f One y . For MEN'S HATS go to WILLIAMS'. y f one reason why. Missouri had two "good roads days" recently and 150,000 men went out and did ;W)0,000 days good work on i'UllMSHKP KVKUV THURSDAY. their roads. Kentucky had two "good roads days" last fall and Subscription rates $1 a jenr or three in Powell county there was hut years in iitlviinee one man in the county went out that we have yet heard from. - B. Uur.ticr, I'ulillsher. If Powell county ever gets Kntered as seemid-cln- s niiill mntter. good roads we must get the Missouri spirit. Talk good roads Thursday, Sept. i), 1914. to nothing. It takes actual work. THE TIMES. SS'-- .1- I In Parjs, France, which is expecting to be besieged by the Germans, from what we can learn provisions n.re cheaper than in this country, thousands of miles away. A man for six cents, it is claimed, can buy enough provismeal. But " Jtilund Fanner SO ions for a square " Southern Agriculturist SO France is a country governed in the interest of the people, while The Winchester whiskey peo- in this country we are under a ple continue to do considerable government that permits "scalpadvertising to show the people ers" to rob persons who try to make an honest living. uliy thev should vote wet. In answer to the article apf S5 'I' 4 pearing in the Ulay City Tunes two weeks auo, in which it was sshown that Uichinoiid dry gained more in taxable property last year than both Jit. Sterling and Winchester wet ; the wets say it f "W.is caused by an increase of valAbsolute Safety, and the ue placed on the Richmond propCareful, Couiteous Consider- erty already produced. This might sound very well, if this ation fif your Business Wants. were Richmond's first dry year, Meanwhile Switzerland is not ! J. hut Richmond has been dry a in great danger of being stepped Can any Bank long time and this raise the wets on, any more than a barn 'roof offer You 'more? speak of was made when Richis. mond lirst went dry. The inCard ot Thanks. Capital, - - $25,000.00 crease we spoke of was shown in heartfelt thanks of the The Surplus and profits over 10,000,00 last year's assessment over the Shareholders' liability, 25,000.00 J family are extended to all those year previous, and was bona lide who so tenderly"' minUtered to increases and not raises by the our dear father,' Wm. Snowden, Board of City Supervisors, as the recent sickness and All of which isva Margin of 4 Sr., in his wets would have you believe. :" death. Safety for Your Funds on ' J the bus" His tluuSihter, ft They know-it- , iuess of the saloon to deceive and Deposit here. Mrs. II. M. Curtis. inveigle all the good people pos3u' INTEREST PAID ON TIME sible into the belief that the DEPOSITS. I for temperance people I is to perpetuate the saloon. WhoClay City National rel. Neurnliria. ilackaflie.- Headache 10tnd - 1 t.nrfc if It fll(l ever heardof a temperance speech Vniir ' .11 T,.lni Hero any ache In anr part ot tho bvdJ lal niieen minutes iime. in a saloon'.' All you can hear ! Bank, wnplt ud elrcolir Ml ca wqo. this line is "Have another nMIRfMM BFVFnY COMPANY. CLAY CITY, KENTUCKY. $. Ky., . 342 East Main St., drink, Oh, do take one more' f ' Member Federal Reterve Bank Sytem of and that is just why it is more the United States. J. necessary to get rftl of the saloon, it allures good people from u point of sociability to drink when they Jo not want to, and the poor mau who has not the money to pay railroad fare to Lexington and buy whiskey, but now does have 2o cents per day We are Showing a Complete Line of to buy home liquor. No, the saloons have not one sound argument for their existence; they know it; their only hope is to fool enough temper-uncpeople to carry the election. Will they do it? - CLUB KATES. For the convenience of our subscribers, we have r.rranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned : The Times and " Cincinnati Enquirer 11.00 ' 1 00 Louisville Herald " Home and Farm 80 2msmj $ "I S We Offer You f The whiskey people are flooding the mails of. our neighand of Clark bor counties Montgomery with deceptive and falsely colored literature. daring things other they try to lead, the voters' to conclude that the dry people's leaders are a lot of cranks and fanatics. They o'Her as proof that when the whiskey traffic is' stopped these same people will then tackle the elimination of tobacco and oiler as proof the fact that they have already succeeded in having the sale of cigarettes slopped in a way. Yes, certainly, boys under 18 cannot legally bdy cigarettes, and isn't this right? Of course, the saloon people think not. They think boys five years old should be allowed to smoke cigarettes, and all boys should be allowed to buy what whiskey they want, too. As proof of this, we aver that any minor boy of Clay City of proper size can get all the liquor they want in. Winchester or Mt. Sterling. How can any statement be believed that emanates from the lips of a man wlio will sell liquor to a boy to make him drunk? The tobacco argument is an insult to the intelligent voters of these counties. Will they resent it? We think'so. 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. H rs. J. W. Williams, but-iiI- s. . only-h- Starck Piano . onor I' ;" No Money in AJvhiico r ft- . I" r i I TcrniH S2 Satisfno lion Guar nu ( oo tl LoweHtNet F a o t o r.y Prices t K ah ioh Saving o! SlOO (o OO I'm in Fnc (ory Direct A P A. STARCK PRCS IOCNT We will ship you a'beautlful Starck ..., for 30 free Trial, 111 your Alt Imtiin .!. , t'UII tu,irul .M Piano I.. WlUl days' ...in fill) UU1I, UOCT J II.IV 19 llU.Wt.. J VUOII nntfman JUU Will and test thin piano for 30 day. If. at Die cnl of that time, you do not tlnil It I lie highest grade, sweetest toncil anil llncst pluno In every wuy, that you have ever seen for thu money, you are nt perfect liberty to send It hack, and wo will. In that event, pay the freight both nays. This Sturck I'lano must make good with you. or mere is no saie. 30 Wo DAYS' FREE TRIAL y ( Save $150.00 or More of your itlano. We Guarantee tu fumish plana for the money tlun )ou ran wcure elsewiiere, iou areassunni or receiving a iwtlsfactory tweet toned durable high gmda pluno. Easy Payments You pay no cwli tlom, hut after 30 dayi of trial, yon can begin pjinent on the low ctf easiest tcrnn er Rutffiested by u planu nunufarturer. These ternn arc arrant I to suit your convenienct-- , and it it possible to Imy a piano for )our home, wlthou tnUsit is the money, , e , CLOTHING, Spring Goods, Slippers, Etc. t illrttt to you from otir factory, at prices tlut nuvcyou upward ot $1SU.00 in (lio yota 0 25-Ye- ar BuaranlaD For years the New Vork and ISow Orleans sugar refineries have had no opposition from the W estern refineries ot California en uccount of the excessive freights, but now that the Eastern refineries have sought to rob the people by making them pay 30 cents per pound for sugar that was mndo to Mill at 5 cents per pound ut a profit, the Interstate Commerce Commission has made the railroaJs reduce the freight on sugar from California to states east of the Missouri river and Ohicutro to ''." cents per hundred pounds. This will only help to keep sugar from going to 23 cents per pound where the sugar trust blurted it. Missouri has the best dirt roads of any other State ui the Union. Such counties as Powell in Kentucky have the poorest. Here is Ktiry Stank Tlano U miarunteeil for 53 ) eari, IlA bacU. TtiU Knaranti1 of it our 33 yean of pi J no experience, and the reputation of tin old eit alii Whed, rofomible phno house, 2nd Hand Bargains lure uii.tanlly on haml u Urge iiumlMT of nllglitly usrl l pianos of all and tjkrn In ex ktunduri inalr (hance for new Stirt-- PUnoa onj I'lijpr-l'lauothr fullow. Wc Player-Pian- os the ttrst and tnot P layer Starck Player-I'Uik- are Iwautt-ful 60 Free Musio Lessons To ecry purchawr of IManoa, wo give free music lesions, in one of th Iiest known schooh in (li Icapti. Theae leemna you ran take In your own home, ly mail. ThU reprcentl one eari free Instruction, ing are a few sample bargain i Htjrrk Call and see our Line and get We can fit you in Complete Style our Prices. $110.00 Weber 02.00 Steinway 90.0D Chickerine 95.00 Kimball 195.00 Starck Bentl for ourlatfit complrte tcronl ljncl baryala list. 1'iawvt on th Von wilt he de market. HrIi ted with the many exclusive feature! of then wonderful Instrument!, and will lie pleated with the tcry ctv prices at which they can Ihj aeoired. Piano Book Free Bend today for our ney tieantifully illustrated piano Ixjol; which (jlrct you a I arse amount of In forma, tlon retrardinj; planoa. hit and lnxk will Interest plcaw you. Write today J P. A. STARCK PIANO CO., 1384 Sttirck IU1q.t CniCAOy at Low Cost. S'HIMFESSEL'S imnrnninMWMnfmmrinn -- lihi ,X rr RICHMOND, KY. A T.Ii'J.Wa SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS Kill-link- Couro-ilr.iiliu- m IT i fourse ad Iteview I'oiirnrs. Tuition l'rti; to A)ijlnlete. 'l'wo spleiiillil iiorinltorles, new I cohiWit.'now ninmial trHlnln hulMing, practice in'!' K'luml, elf irtiiR-n- t til acrleulture. a vell nuilpiieii j.7IiiiihIi ui. Diiniost'o Boleneo. First Term begins rVipteiiilier 7, StoihI Term Nnyeinher 1(1, Tlilnl Term .hinuaryai'l, I'liiirlliTTiii Aprils, bummer School opens Juno II, (,'utuloguo Free j, CIIIIIK, lrr.Mrut. Ma 10 I :rtilli a'.c to r.lomenlarv, Iiilrriiicllalo and I.Ifo ;, V.ihdlil i 11 l'lliilio hi'lioolc i (2) The Boone's Creek Baptist Association, of which Powell's Valley church of this county is a member, will hold its annual AIIOMK-MAI)- K PAt'EK. meeting with the Central Baptist church at Winchester September Austin Johnson nnd Shelby YllUUSDAY, Sept. :j, 1'll J. nnd 10th. Martin have gone to Morehead loth where they entered the Through an oversight in this liOOAL MIBVITIES. Normal school Monday. oflico thero were no Times sent Their many friends here wish un- to Waltersville last week. We Ik Hiiriiett nnd Mitchell Todd bounded success for them. could 'lay the blame on someone vere in Wineluister yesterday. else, but we cannot allord to do Mrs. Anna B. Wheeler, of Dr. Irvin reports the birth nf Smithlaiid, Ky., Corresponding this when we are convinced that Mrs. JeHse Ea- Secretary of the W. C. T. U., the error occurred in our own it son to Mr. and office. The papers were later ton Aupist 28th. will conduct a public meeting at mailed to the Walterville office. Mr. and Mrs. James Fo.v, of the Methodist church tonight. Mr. John W. Vaughn, of PhoeJtticderville, visited relatives in Every body cordially invited. nix, Ariz., who is visiting relathe city Tuesday. Bucklcn's Arnica Salve for Cuts, Burns Mr. K. S. Loper, Marilln, X. Y., tives on Hardwick's Creek, was a Wood Mr. and Mrs. Samuel caller at this office a short while and children, of Lexington, are writes: "I have never had a cut, Saturday afternoon. Mr. Vaughn burn, wouud or sore it would not visiting relatives m Olay City. heal." Get a box pf Uucklen's Ar is looking exceedingly well. Ho Woosley, of Mr. Sterl-in;:- , nica Salve today. Keep handy at says all of his family are well Dillard came up Saturday to visit all times for burns, sores, cuts, pleased with Arizona, and are his people on Ilardwick's Creek. wounds. Prevents lockjaw. 25c bavins good health thero. He said he was pleased to see such a Eld. D. II. Matherly went to at your druggist. Adv. marked improvement in the old West Liberty Sunday where he The Ladies' Aid of the Chris- Hardwick'6 Creek farms. preached for the Christian cliureh tian Church will give an ice How's This? there. cream supper at the church SatWe offer One Hundred Dollars : . . .. i urday night, Sepr. 12. :: . . The Mrs. Luther l.ovinc and Reward for any case of Catarrh of the supper will go to that exhave returned from an cannot be cured by Hall's Cahelp pay the expense of tended visit to Mrs. Loving's patarrh Cure. the church. rents at Bowling Green. F. JvCheney &Co., Toledo.O We, the undersigned, Pastor Elder J. 1. Wilis rehave F. Bowman, widow Mrs. Lizzie Captain S. F. Bowman, is vis- quests all the members of his known F. J. Cheney for the last of iting the family of Elder A. Powell's Valley church to be 15 years, and believe him perfectly present at i business meeting honorable in all business transacEaster the present week. next Monday night following the tions and financially able to carry W. F. Williams, who moved to regular services on Sunday. Bus- out any obligations made by his Lexington in the Spring, has iness nf importance will come be- firm. bought a farm near Yirden from fore the church. NATIONAL BANK OF COMBen Mastin and moved back to MERCE, Toledo, O. Has Your Child Worms? l'owell. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inMost children do. A coated, Dog days will end Saturday, furred tongue; strong breath; stom- ternally, acting directly upon the and the sign "rain on the begin- ach pains; circles under eyes; pale, blood and mucous surfaces of the ning of dog days and we will be sallow complexion; neivous, fret- system. Testimonials sent free. seasonable all of dog days" held ful ; grinding of teeth ; tossing in Price 75 cents per bottle. Sold by sleep; peculiar dreams any one of all Druggists. good this time. these indicate child has worms. Take Hall's Family Pills for conAlfred Holman, who has been Get a box of Kickapoo Worm Kill-e- r stipation. in the service of TncleSam six at once. It kills the worms the For Sale. years as a soldier, has returned cause of your child's condition. Is Baritone Horn, in perfect to the home of Ins father, James laxative and aids nntnre to expel the worms. Supplied in candy form. condition, cost 818 new, price if taHolman, at Bnuen. Easy for children to take. 25c at ken at once, $12.50. your druggist. Adv. Owen Patrick, Kimbrell, Ky. When you want Shoes, For MEN'S CLOTHING go to don't forget Williams'. WILLIAMS'. THE TIMES. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. N. Burgher, living two miles South of the city, are the parents of n now son Cecil Franklin, who arrived at their home August . More-hea- d Stops NeuralglaKllls 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 also good for Rheumatism, Sore throat, Chest Pains, and Sprains. You don't need to Mr. J. R rub It penetrates. Swinger, Louisville, Ky. writes: "I suffered with uitc a severe neuralgic headache for four months without any relief. I used Sloan's Liniment for two or three nights and I haven't sutl'ered with my head since." Get a bottle today. Keep in the house all the time for pains and all hurts. 25c, 50c and 81, at your druggist. Adv. Bucklen's Arnica Salve for all sores. 4 SWTvnvn dawn the thrnat of n "eapey" the worms chicken destroy Mil avcJ the chick's lite. A few drops In the drinking water CURES and PREVENTS GAPES whlto diarrhoea, roup, cholera and other chick diseases. One 50c Bottle of Bourbon Poultry Cure Makes 12 Gallons of Medicine. Every poultry raiser thould keep a bottle of this medicine on hand. Write for free sample, and Booklet on "Diseases of Fowls." Address. COMPAfIT, REMEDY Itililgtsn, tj. When in Need of Builder's Hardware, Cabinet Mantles, Grates, Tiles, . pro-ceed- s repa-periu- g Cooking or Heating Go to or Write Stoves, Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, Winchester, - Ky. ( ) ( TREES! STRAWBERRY PLANTS 33 Come to Our Store And let us show you what a nice line of'goods we carry. Fruit and Shade, Shrubs, Asparagus, drape Vines, Roses, Peonies, Phlox, etc. Everything (or ORCHARD, NO AGENTS LAWN and QARDEN. FREE CATALOQS Our stock of Dry Goods, Notion', Hardwick & flo.'s Clearance Sale. AH Groceries, Hardware, Clothing, Shoes and etc. is replete with H. F. HiIIenmeyer& Sons, Lexington, Ky. Nurserymen Since 1841. Summer Goods at Reduced Prices. i i 53 JjjjSl Variety, Style and Quality. THIS COMBINED WITH OUR . a 1 I t I fci J SUHW.US AND UN- D1VIDKD PKOFITH. 200.000 THK '.i j I' jj ing Winchester Bank. $ OV WlNOHHTKH, Low Prices Make It to your Interest to give us a good share of Kr. Now is the time and here is the place to get unusual bargains. Also see us when in need of merchandise not in this sale. We S N.IIOT.I.V WlTIIHHNl'OON, PlIEHi W. . Hl'HAK, Oahiiihk. your trade. We Ntrive to please our customers be k $g 23 eau.se we know satisfied customers are our best assets. ' YOUR ACCOUNTS HOL.ICITKU ii keep as near as possible what the trade wants, at the right price, and pay the highest price for your produce. H Yours to please, Hardwick & Co., Stanton. iruutl!votulM4l III sll remitru on NO riE. . IKll'olijrHk'lil.rv,.'!.. TA0t4KS,f l.trrnl. rim rkiiru. jiihih or rhoto. tor I'uttutumct-nsrirliMlveltknul WALDRON & JOHNSON, Waltersville, Ky. aspoiiToiiiwiimiiihJiiiy. r. UAH Rf rufNOtS. s reins in mhihihi ror In.aluaM. hook ".V1" .V"1 ??.!? otu--TO will pay. How lo urt PATENTS. a psrttwr. Uw ana wWr YluUe lufuuiialloa, Burnt 303 Seventh St., Washington, SWIFT & CO. PATENT LAWYERS. D. C. j 0 county, came up Sunday for a few days visit with relatives Mr. and Mr.. Moses McKinney here. isited relatives ut Winchester Mrs. W. L. Hush, of Torrent, !:it week. mid Cluude Townsend, of IlliThere was no preachiim'here nois, spent last week with their Mindny as previously announced, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sid Town. I!ro. Ttupin tailing to gut liere. SPOUT SPRING. send. Kinney , I Hurghcr, the young: son of Mrs. Belle Hurgher, is Mrs. very sick at this time. Uurgher, who has hcen very low with typhoid fever, is now able to go about her premises. To The Public w The new law that has recently j;one hito clTect're gaidinj: the Undertaking business requites nil Undertakers to have license. Undertakers J 4 - Asa Snowdeii inllieted a very nous cut on a foot last week i THIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING DY THE while making nlroad tics. ; Mr. and Mrs. I). McKinney, Mr. and Mrs. .lux. Fox, of Clark uitli u broad-a- NEW YORK AND CHICAGO DRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES GENERAL OFFICES FREE for Women. . Send us your name and address and we will send you twelve boxes of our WATERLESS WINDOW WASHER, which you will sell for twenty-fiv- e cents per box, returning to us the three dollars, and we will send you FREE tor your work asetof Rodgers' Silver Spoons. Send no money, we trust vou. Everyone needs Waterless Window Washer. Waterless Window Washer Mfg. Winchester, Ky. JWli IMTi i Co., iWfc Tii i'Ti tm WP.-Wb- Common school patrons are somewhat slow to indorse the new M'hool book law. To start with they are called upon to pay 2t cents for the primer this.vear in stead of 10 cents last year, and all books are to he bought now. The State uniformity was opposed by some of the leaders for fear, as they said, some of the mountain Superintendents would sell out to the book companies, thus the Superintendents were cut-oof u say-sand a appointed instead. The patrons of the schools are now somewhat of the opinion that others were when the law was tirst proposed, but the blame is not placed on Mountain Superintendents for none of them were on the commission. Neither can Public State Superintendent-oInstruction Barksdale Ilamlett be blamed for it, for he openly charged graft against the Commission during their deliberation and showed them before their adoption that many of the same books they decided to adopt could lie bought in other States fur less money than they r.equir-ed Kentucky to pay. o Coin-missiof 1 It has been reported that country will be cut out. hold the icijuired license and am fully prepared to and supply the public, with any kind of Casket they may desire ' at reasonable prices. Also Embalming done on short notice by a Licensed Kmbalinei. At your furnish service day or night. Harness and Saddle Work done at rcaMinable prices. Agent for the Continental Marble and Granite Co., ton, (in. Can4- - "IJest .Marble in tho World:" 'Phone connections. Yours Respeclfully, ' r J. H. MATHEKLV, Log Lick, Kentucky. F! You Need a Tonic There are limes in every woman's life when she needs a tonic lo help her over the hard places. When that time comes to you, you know what tonic to take Cardui, the woman's tonic. Cardui is composed of purely vegetable ingredients, which act gently, yet surely, on the weakened womanly organs, and helps build them back to strength and health. It has benefited thousands and thousands of weak, ailing women in its past half century of wonderful success, and it will do the same for you. You can't make a mistake in taking , The Woman's Tonic Miss Amelia Wilson, R. F. D. No. 4, Alma, Ark., says: "I think Cardui is the greatest medicine on earth, for women. Before I began to take Cardui, I was so weak and nervous, and had such awful dizzy spells and a poor appetite. Now I feel as well and as strong as I ever did, and can eat most anything." Begin taking Cardui today. Sold by all dealers. : 3 "laid a pattern." 'Stute Journal. far'-ierha- number of good stories have developed as a result of the drouth in Kentucky, but an Auberson county fanner has cap- ped the climax by telling how a dozen of his chickens were scared to death by rain. The fowls were raised on the farm and never had seen any rain. The drouth was broken by a heavy downpour recently and the chickens, alarmed at the novel situa-jtiobegan Hying madly about the premises. Some of tliein Hew aiMimt buildings and trees ami broke their iieei;s and otheis apparently died of heart failure. Come on with your drotrth stoThis Anderson count) riesA t FREE FREE Has Helped Thousands. S S IPT U ftV. r IH EACH TOWN mm XNW in U intln-M- for L tiiom-- tiinn any other factory. We are tlf tin! with It 00 i.roflt mtwe iwiory bicycle dealers, you cud mU our toot om n rianw i at at c1ntilir Onler ftlUxJ t SECOND HAND HICVALfR irl.v. U'a.Mi..,tr...il.W. the 1....H.1 btlt Unilalr I'ftTO a IlUmUT OO lift ill taken In traulu hv nur ri.livn rvtkil ktnrM TLU uu oi1Lll,,'li3LtJ'l!r'!.MniE!tlrr','1i03,,3 or JO. twrrln lint nulitHl fm (iUflSTFR HRilKFN. liXtauipmeut of nil VludJ at hatj tk rtyuUr rxtailprUtt, Latest Model n anger- - nieyeie lurniMKHiuy ui. uur Itlrter Amenta everywhere are mnkllininn, v fa it. II rttr. fur full tint-t.tT..tt NprAONCYREQUinGDuntlljouiieilveaiidapiiruvt'yiitii-lilcyclc- . , itini " umjuik; unytYuflu Ule I . r. W'lrmmt (I rr lit UflMMH 111 ailvnnce ;irfjinirt(i;)i(.aii(lallowTEMDAYa,FnETlllALiliirlnc Taken Up Kstray. which time j on may ride tiin bicycle a nil put It to any test you wish. f you aro thru not erfeetly satlslleil or do not wish to keen biOne plain ri d steer, weiirliin;: cycle shin It buck to uantourexiMinse ami umii tWHtiiif.fiwmi mith WolunilshthHhhrhest erado bicycle. It U twei-five and six hundred pounds PtfRTftRV DiitfiPQ ixkblbl.1 to I mnkeat one (.mall profit abovo You save SIO toil j middlemen'.-- iirollHliv actual factory with crop )iTri)lit ear. Owner ea bicycle, DO NOT BUY a bicycle or u pair of tires from anyime at have same by pnvinn ouuernliip aii7jriceunill you receive our cataliwnei and luariiourunheardof and paying all eharges. factary prices and rciiuirlMble eprclal ii'firt. YOU WILL BE ASTONISHED It. V. (iarrett. Clay C'itt. Ky. thntMlHlsrfullll lIIK tiw.; va an malrn nn t I.I u IV.. ...M ii,.i,i.i..i i illcycU-ii nnddMrlcttoi-Icloandfvhlliitnsanuill 111 1 You're bilious and Costive! Sick headache, bad hreath, sour stoianch, liirreil tongue and inili gestion, lncan liver and bowels (Jet closed. C'leun u a rjfle bottle of Dr. Kind's New Life L'ills today nd empty the of fermuiitin', toinacli and br.wt-l;assy foods and waste. A full bowel movement niv't-- t a satislled, thankful feeling makes you fee fine, KfTective, ct mild. Don't gripe. Adv. Jflc at your drugtrint. ItueklenV Arnica Salve for burns. t. s Memoirs of Napoleon In Three Volumes The rcronal t'wtti'ii years 1 - l. on-,- Jffl&TiSiSlSSlaft I,..,.!!..!) . adeiiJo Meiwval's descriptions have the piquancy and interest possible only becat.e he war. an actual of the scenes and incidents ot which he writes. TiKir leliability and historical interest can bo jidged by th.' fiot thst the s.'ry tonservative French Academy publicly recommends them. cye-vitn- reminiscences of Baron do Meneeal, for private fecatary to Napoleon lionaparte, bnaj i in, :m no history can, many enlightening and nitcrcstiui: siJe lights on the charatter of that greatest of W ci, A. 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