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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): August 26, 1915 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1915 cla1915082601_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 26, 1915 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1915 $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. ; ; p : . ..D - XiJtzLx M. , ('LAY luTY TIMES. ; P. O'MABAOwiwriW-sPiiWIsh- i er ' - - We are Here to Help Clay City, tfrt Ci'e . SwrGW! . PUBLISHED ' EVERY THURSDAY. : VOL. XX. ; ' . ii- - CLAY OITY. KX, THURSDAY AUGUST . ' . . 26. J 91 5. . KO. NOTICE! 8H The new Pomjioy school house lias been complied and is now The little daughter of Mr. ant Don't forget the Ice Cream Sup- occupied by thf class. A large Mrs. Carl Garrett died Wednes per tonight to raise funds for the class will be exfcefed in future at tins school.WThe' buildi day- - morning about 9 o'clock, cemetery fence; a very substantial one and is a stomach after a short illness with Mrs. Lucy Jackson is visiting credit to(jountiv. John Kjrk.ha'n, trouble. The little girl, who was me contract lorywie' uuuamg was a remarkably her son in Louisville this week. named Beulah, and lovablo child, and was sweet Mrs. W. R. Catron's grand Tho school atujfada mid Ijln'de two years old. The parents have daughter from Bowen, is visit- closed the 18fi:,on' account, of the sympathy of the entire coin ing ber this week. diphtheria, bbk will probably niunity in their loss. The tuneral Id- - reopen after the,Ius(itute, Rev, J. Adams, has been lu will be held Thursday afternoon We would lik&ill tho teachers ing a very euccessufl meeting in at one o'clock, at the Eaton grave Estill county this past week". to send in their'freports weekly, yard. E. B. McGlone was calling on as it is very Ettje trouble to , his many frienbs in town last them and is ofTvalue to everv Teachers Training citizen of thecofffity. The cards Saturday. Exercise. are supplied ire.L and it is only Miss Bertha Carver's' brother the work of a m.'aute to fill them from North Carolina, surprised u and add of interest The Teachers' Traiuiug Class her with a brief visit one night that may either in church will have of the Christian the school or he ''neighborhood. graduating exercises Sun la.it week. their Ansnst 80. at 7. 80 Mrs. Helen Welch Jackson and These items areagreatly appreoi C D MUj v, w o'clock, at the church. Thi baby arrived this week from ated. class was oiganlzed about a year Louisville for a visit with her : ago and has done diligent work parents, Mr. aud Mrs. James tributions iiiay.Ji'e' made to the under the efficient leadership of Welch. writer or to thef editor uf The Matherly. The Key. D. H. Mr. and Mrs. A. T. .Stewart Times. A fulljfs of the sub t'rmtiintes are Misses Adeline left Friday for a visit with the scribers will beTuublihed iiiJrhe n- . Hazelrigg, Josephine Hazelrigg latter's father, MrLacy, of Haz- paper next vveeK.'and ir is hftped Ethel Johnson, Pearl Newell el Green. that the inoneU will soon be Virgie Hackworth, and Hallie Miss Kathleen Morton has. re- - raised in drdernSiat theJeucecan Rogers and Shelby Burgherand tiirnpfl til linr nncitmn in F.prmo'. be erected at pnev A good sui m Mrs V. R. Mrftlnne cream ton after a holiday, with Her ttipM5 XFollowing-ithei prog?aiirfor ents. She, was accompanied by supper toniglit, a (id subscriptions the exercises: Olgie and, Oswald, who will visit no matter how Ismail, will be Organist Mrs. Boone McUlon e welcomed fronr uuvbodv. We their auut in Lexington .Song are glad to note that Mr. Killein, A. M. Burglior Devotion We are glad to see tho newsy now of Portsmouth, 0., leads the Miss Virgie Hackworth 'Recitation m the paer concerning A. M. Burgher items Clarinet Duet Times, and is interested in the We trust the county schools. Shelbv Bunther. fence. This will give him and Miss Adeline Hazelrigg that all the teachers will avail .Recitation a lot of other former citizens, Sonjr themselves of the opportunity to Mls I'earl Newell keep the people of the county in now living iu diitVreut places, a Ueoltntion Band chance to help this good work Quartette touch with their great work. Shelby Burgher along with a contribution. ' Soeech Mrs. Thomas, of Jacksonville, Miss Ethel Johnson Hallie fiontf Information as to the where Adeline Flu,, left for her home Wednes Rogers Virgie Hackworth auouts ot a certain young man Hazelrigg and Josephine Hazelrigg day, ufter a visit with her par who formerly lived here, is being Mis Ethel Johnson Recitation D. H. ents. eagerly sought by the parents of Presentation of Diplomas In Hardwick & Co's ad the a youug girl in town. This man Matherly. Richard Crowa price of Hour should be $SJ.20, in Address Class ruined the girl, and then, when O. Hackworth place of Benediction $8.40, as quoted. tired of her, cast her oil, aud, it is reported, married another. No Miss Paisley arrived home last The 0. & 0. road has inaugurat-e- Friday after a visit of several punishment is too severe for a auew system of paying their weeks with her parents and man who will do such a dirty, employees, and instead of drawcowardly act, but tho wonder of friends in b)v. . l j. li .1 ing their money from the familiar .is i mi i me gina wui so easily Teachers Institute is iu bessiou overlook it when considering the pay car the men will in future this week with Mrs. Cora Wilson men ,u the light of matrimonial at the local offices. Mrs. prospects. No matter how bad a Stewart us Instructor. Stewart probably has few equals man is or how many girls he has Safe blowers have been operating in several towns in adjoin- as an instructor, and all the ruined, he cau easily be received speak very highly of into the best sooiety in town, ing counties. Last Friday night teachers There are a number while the girl is under a, cloud & Hodgkin her work. the'oflice of Martin large part of of visitors here for the Institute. for all tinio.v in Winchester, was entered arid this trouble is due to the double the safe blowu to pieces. The Miss Lillian Uadden, of standard of morals. Tho young robbers got ubout $28. has been visiting her men demand of girls that they friend, Miss Margaret Lylje, for consider marrying' that they be weekB. A party was given The followiug members of a two pure and virtuous, while the girl ast week for her and Miss Mary demands nothing oj oampmg party uear Oak Spring tie kind of present were Misses were compelled to break camp Lylo. Those takj'njrit as a matter of henjaii, Thursday, owing to the wot May me Derickson, Nancy Atkjut jwaraathat he. lias sown a liberal weather : Mrs. W. A. Berry and sou, Regent Suowden uud,$nr;i- OKp oft wild oats,' Ayoungm.au BlackMessrs Cols wfruld not knowingly marry a two daughters, Berenice and Martin Mrs. bum, GeorgR Derickson, James gm who smoked cigarettes, got Carrie Belle, of Argylle, W? II. Overly and two children, Atkinson, Guy Crowe, Lewis, drunk, cursed or carried nu in a Troy and Gopher Martin, Willie of Ashland, aud Misses May manner unbecoming tq a lady, Adams, Baron Kobb, Dee Roe, Pearl aud Beth Easton. but the boys who do these things Charley Myers, Clay Coulee aud have not the elighest trouble in Marion Atkinson. )iug with the best of the young A party of h & E officials, in. Tie fencel around Jlje cemetery g'rls' iu town. The hardest part cludjBg,GReral Mauager W. A. of the wholn business is that the McDowell and Chief Eugiutser s now' prucjically assurwl-wgirl hats lo suifer all her life for 8iibscriptiou'Jl6t was started Courtney made trip over this 00 coutrbu- - her indiscretion while in the case several 15 line last week, with the view, it additional tioue were uade, which mater" of the man the matter s soon is said, pf.pntting-- 0 service," No immediate 'cliauges ally kelps the project. The list forgotten and they go on aa will" be made, however. is still being circulated and cob. Baby Dies of Summer Complaint. STANTON. (By P. 0. Derthick.) County Softool Notes Union Meeting ' To Be Held Here. Tiros. McKinney and Sam Wei's Wert in town Wednesday to a'r.ra)ge for grounds Jo hold a campfneeting on. The meeting will be'eondutcted by Mrs. Burke, kvybo recently conducted a meet- inif at Snout Snrini;sand also at Wine. Mrs. Burke is accom panied by Lee Brandenburg andj another preacher, and Mr. and Mrs. Sam P. Gouinn, whose singing has delighted many large audiences! The property next to the Presbyterian church was secured for the meeting, and it will commence The members ot the. Dfinncratie party in Powell Co.,'Ky., will meet 'in Convention at the Court House in Stanton, Ky., on Saturday, Augmt' 28th, 191L, at ten o'clock to select, ami if deemed prudent, to instruct Del egates frcm said County to attend the State Convent inn at Louisville, Ky. August 31st and Sept. 1st, 1015. All Democrats are requested to at tend and participate. Given under My hand, this August 33rd 1915. J. H. O'Rear dir. Don. Co. Com. Class ariy-Jtef- h d have-qfceurre- a m - s eIotPii'Sjiipa,. Uth.jiSt. ad John and Hack Kirk and G. B. Monday, SepLeach left Monday for a point tember 13, the evangolits coming here from St. Helens, where they about two miles above Hazard, go next Monday. Although the where they have been engaged to preachers connected with the build a number of houses for the Diamond Block Coal Mining Co. meeting are all Methodists the It is said that a new town is to be services are union, ana converts located there, aud houses are are received to all denominotions, wanted for a number of workthe babtizing being done either men to be employed at the mines. by the preacher connected with The coal company has already the meeting or by the pastor of purchase seven cars of lumber Broadhead-Garret- t the church. The tent in which from the company here, and it wasshipped the meetings are held is a sixty to tnem la lit week. foot ime, capable of holding a crowd of from 500 to. 000. Tho Jno. W. Creed, of Stanton, . Springs atdeputy game warden fdfFtbH tracted at times a. crowd of county, w;as in towu Monday, a great deal of and called at Tile Tunes office to nearly 1,000, renew his subscription. interest w.is manifested. m Hi d a Lux-gto- n, The fun is iust startim: in the Lazy ManV Contest. The bulletin at 1C our store shows that many men have been selected by oilier men us tho j most lazy man. Even our own name, with that of every male. el rk, has yjj r- up uy Bome one. iuuiik yim. ueen put W overlicinl two eonversatioHs last week. They were uniiifing. In rli ' each conversation we heard one man select the man of tho other con- - 2p I vernation as the laziest, "just for u Joke," each said of tho other. N e JTJ shall watch with keen interest each of these men working to elect his Jj friends to the position. , Jfl Wo want to suggest that each man who is on tho list to hely some ip Booster elect tho other fellow. Wo promise, however, neither to work ig . I nL , I t. I. ... ii .. wi ufjuim-i- , liti.inlf niii.o., If ii'fk a rrt k! ourselves or auow any cierK hi uri we shall invito our Boosters to mako tho presentiition speech. elected The race is taking a merry turn. Any one registering at our store will bo given free, 100 Booster Coupons that may bo voted for the lazy Man of vonr choice, and for your favorite Booster. Boosters, get busy tn heln some man work for tho election of tho other fellow. Anp one II making a purchase of $1.00 or more at tho time of registering will be ' ho 6,000 extra coupons besides those with the purchase. standings lu the Lazy Mans Contest are now posted at our store. It will close oa Saturday, Sept. 18. Tho results will be announced ou g! the Monday following. 3J Music next Saturday by Mrs. Pleas Barnett. I ir on jr-giv- y-T- The "sale price" are moving things; come early to get your choice. Mrs. A. P. Johnson won the liye Baby Pig. Tuee-d'jynj- U Mrs. J. W. Williams (THIS BOOSTER STORE) mm iifiinijninifi ; - y THE TIMES, Asserts She Of A .Doctor' Am Prescriptleri for Cpugh Effective Cough Treatment. Was Afraid A Democratic Newspaper Shadow . Eighteen Years Old. The Best Weekly In this Section. Mss Underfill say s Tannic Relieved Her of One? fourth to one tca'spoonful of Dr. King's New Discovery, taken as needed, will soothe and; check Coughs, fiplds and the more datigordUsTOronohial arid Lung Aifm'encsf Yotl canH ftf ford to take the risk of serious illness? whenlsq cfrca'p and simple a remedy us J)r. King's New "Discovery is obtainable. Go to your Druggist toJay, get a bot- tie of Dr. King's'New Discovery, sta'rt the treatment at once. You will be gratifie(f$r the relief and STANTON COLLEGE, KY. art STANTON. Nervousness, Next Term Opens September 6, 1915, . H.P.O'MARA, OWNER AND PUBLISHER. ' Louisville, Ky , Aug.., 25'1915 "I wris so nervous I actually was afraid of my shadow," Miss, One of the Best Schools in Kentucky. Courses in Agriculture and Domestic Science. Review Classes in the Common Branches will be Conducted throughout the Term. mail matEntered as second-clas- s ter at the Post Office at Clay City, Ky., under the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. A HOME-MADE PAPER. 1915 THURSDAY, AUG. 20, Why is it men who are as Bliar'p as tacks in most .things are as cureless as an infant in others? Get on a horse and ride around the country and you will see farm implements everywhere ex posed to the elemeuts, plows standing in the fields, mowers, rakes, wagons and dozens o implements out in the rain from January to December. Lift a from the pocket of one of these fellows and he will want to either lick you or send you to the penitentiary to square up many times Ins loss. But that amount go to rack and ruin in exposing his machinery and implements to the elements without an apparent thought as but it's to their value. Queer live-sphe-lot- s true. Just About as Usual. The solemn quiet that, prevails since the primary is indeed a very pronounced contrast to the few weeks and days just preced iug the election. The winning as as the defeated candidates seem to be enjoying a much needed rest from the labors inci dent to an active Campaign. No particular hard feelings seems to have emanated from the result of the election and tilings are nuviim along attain about as usual, and we trust that this same good feeling will con tinue until after the final election in November. This is as it should be, for wliy full out with your neighbor simply because he dif t'ers with you in a matter of choice of candidates? It wan never intended that all men should gee things in the same light, therefore accord to your neighbor the same privileges that you reserve for yourjelf? wr-1- Christian Underbill, assistant manager of the soda lountain at the Herman Straus Company's store, this city, told friends re cure obtained. cently when relating her exper ience with Taulac, the premer C. L. RUSSELL; , preparation. "I had all sorts of hillucimi Painting, Paperliangtng, Decorating tions and worried about all kinds. Reasonable Prices Satisfaction of trifles," Miss Underbill con. Guaranteed Untied. UI knew that I was suT feting from excessive nervousness and was in a terrible condition. I tried many medi CamjBjBM, I cines without being benefited. finally decided to try Tnnlnc. 'To say that I was benefited would bo expressing myself in too mild a manner. I was astonished at the result. After taking Bourbon Poultry Cure Cown a chick's throat cure only a few doses I noticed a gapes. A few drop In tho water cures and prevents marked improvement. My entire diarrhoea cholera and other chick diseases. One 50c bottle nervous system seemed to have makes Ujallons of medicine. At all druzzlits.or by mail postpaid. undergone a wonderful change. Va1uabloultry book free. My sleep became restful aud reKMieTIMMT C4 IEHKT0I 17 freshing and my appetite reapSold ty the peared.. FARMERS UNION SUPPLY CO. "ilealy," she laughingly added, Ky. Clay City; "1 ate so ravenously that I was afraid my board bill would be raised." Tanlac, the premer preparaFor fine :Wa(ch and Clock tion, is now on sale in Clay City by Eaton & McGuire and Stanton R PAIRING ; by Hiirdwick &Co. . $p I will inT run-dow- 'By paying part of "their Expenses in Work, Students may get Kates at the Dormitory as low as $1 5o per Week. For Information Write to '1.. Rev. J. C. Hanley, President, Stanton, Ky. n i" SUMMER SUITS If you want class and style in your summer clothes you cannot afford t) overlook 1S drink-In- ? BLOOMFfELD'S SPECIALS They sell at REASONABLE PRICES and they are WORTH THE MONEY. , or any-wor- k my line, " Come in and Look them over. Lee Bloomfield & Co., Alain 'V .v jE I Uncle Sam Wilson is in towu be glad to hayeyou call on me this week doing some painting for . svv.si4rison Judge Wheeler and as is usually the case when here makes The Clay City, i Kentucky Times office his headquarter so he cau read the papers and keep up with the current events of the" day. The other evening he very carefully read over all the war Jafftrson 'School Lawi news as given in the daily papers gave a deep sigh, took a sheet of COMPLETE TWO TEAR COUnflE. dW opens pH LLJs.lUh PrcuArM Oct hara in. Boi tor paper aud pencil and summariz nrui trm. Ja.n.8.7r mllstatea. AoeeMtotAconrtoaadtlrK ed the situated in Europe as fol IlbTftriea, 8Uhelp Bureau. Tuition luuuuoma ltxli Duotona KUhlntf of lows. "The Germans have taken Thorn Jefferton rmAf to txmxao. writ i en St. Next to the Clark County National Bank. Winchester, Ky sf Pilsener and are irtnv surrounding Delicatessen, where the wurst is expected. The Belgian Hurs have had a falling out with the Welsh Rarebits, and Swiss Cheese is phot full of holes. This will make the Irish Stew aud the English Mustard hot, and if the ELLIOTT rNKEUKEI,;Sic Uwic, m Starck Pianos Kr. No Money inAdvauoe Satliliao lion Guar, WHEN YODWANT A SHAVE OR. HAIR CUT OR ANY nntooil 11 LowoslNet .Torm Fact ory Prices Ka 1 oh Russian Caviar 6ees the French Pastry, it may start au American inovexineut TONSORIAL.WORK 0 ALL ON H. H. PHERIOO. Saving ol S 1 OO. to S2 OO -- A P A. STARCK watch. mcsioiNr From VbC' lory Direct "The Spanish Onions are strong for a mix-up- , aud if the Home $100 REWARD, $100 Preserves are called out and spread over the German Noodles, Constipation Cured Overnight The readers of this paper will they muy ketchup with tho Navy be pleased to learn that there is to Beaus thereby causing an upris A small dose of at least one dreaded disease that night and you etijoy a full, free, ng of Brussels Sprouts." science has been able to cure in easy bowel movement in the all its BtaRes. and thit is Catarrh. morning. No griping, Hall's Catarrh Cure is tho only CLEANING AND PRESSING. is 1'odophyllin (May positivo euro now kntrWn to the medical fraternity. 'Catarrh be Apple) without the gripe. Po- I am ready to do your Cleaning a constitutional disease, recorrects the cause of quires a constitutional treatment Constipation by arousing the ing and Pressing. Good work JIall's Catarrh Cure jis taken in-- : Liver, increasing the llow of bile. guaranteed and charges reasontoruauy, acting directly upon the Biia is Nature's antiseptic in the able. Orders left with J. Eloom dioou ana mucous suriaoes 01 tn system, thereby esireyine th bowels. With proper amount of will receive prompt attention. foundation of the disease, and glv bile, digestion in bowels is per In g,the patient strength by build' No gas no fermentation, feet.. JAMES WILLIAMS. lag up the constitution, and asit--. no Constipation. Don't bo sick, ing nature in doing its. wrk. ,The, nervous, irritable. Get a bottle proprietors have so ma k faith in STRAWBERRY PLANTS of from your Druggist its curative powers tkjtt1y ffr now and cure your. Constipation One overnight. Fruit a&d gbade Trw(, and (hat HundredtoDollars fer Mir ease eure, tfMfer list it fails eur tfttiag of ,tha xark-abl- t ef testimonials. Kametttk Tfmrl 9fd Address P. J. Cheaey k ,Ce.. Fetato, goad, foveor fre DRINK Toledo, Ohio. Sold by all Drug forPo-Do-Lax Do-Lax .'i t IVa will mi n f.tvititirnt Kttt-nL'm home. No cash rayment require. MX wo uk fa that you will play upon, uae uays. 11, ai t;: otui uf tUat lime, you do not Hnd It the uu m tnu yiano lor biffhMt grade, a woe test toned and flnejt piuuu in every way. that you have ever seen tor the money, you are at iKrttc.t liberty to nenU it back, and we will, In that 1 . 30 ""t AV DAYS' FREE TRIAL .1. YIHK . . shin ,i..i w vwi naja, Aiua Vtv l.auo mU4V muKQ KOOU ,WllB yOlU prlfiM $150.00 $vidirect to Up tbstHT. j ou or ttun tla st Eaty Paymlnto Ynu nay on eath down, but alter 10 day of "its I. yotl Gun begin paytaeat on tb law, ut. cjJrt truii trer .sucgerted by a pUao TUeae terms are arraogeVi to iiisDulaaurer, ault ybur oonrenlrnce. sad t Is posalbU .la' ymi to Im a piano (or your home, wttbou . n..-- g tS nwiey. , V cost'ot jrour plana. cusmntn: to (mnlJi you't Mttrr plana (or th money than jtom rut steun ehwUert. You in awurc4 of rtcclvL. s ssiWsctory iwec( tOLeJ Jurtble hlgti graJt U.rr0 you from our fictory, of 4)0.00 In 2I-Yt- ar GtMrantoa II I'laoa j-- laHfft tmnltaee TVI fuarsotn ut H our Si t an nuNBHtd for ttcrr Buret I; 2nU-H3i- U Surgalns it lm Ixck ot plan rtpvi-UK- ud tie i large. ooJ fssfMliW piiao hoiue oliIstablitM, ' FrM Mvsla Iukkvb su bUIma luvfr nwutjn if on tutil j:m -- r ol flitiily uil scfpuil-lunpUnoa ot all atasdartl niaLN takn in Juiwe (or new Starck llano anj PUyfr-fJTho (ulljn lug are if ten sawfile bargains i W amlo To wery pcrttuur PUms. ws aln " Sti Bnad tor our l4t.t coatfttett wt aaoond htad tgala Kt. b asall. IWa raaramiU a Mr' hc (aataMttan, P, A. STAKCIC PIANO CO., 1884 84 hWIi la your wwk kwe. uW tnt at of la ......... ?uo.ao 9S.00 ChlcklBS ...... M.63 KimUU ........ M,o Starck Staway vitifT Starck I'Uyw-l'iino- a an tba Lest ana moat bniutU (ul Playfr Pbaoa oa tb. market,' You vrUl b with tbe many iMtUFM o( tsws. .waulwtut laatruaawta, ad v win who tw Yy U priM at wMsb a pw 1M.90. baattfMuvf ftus4a4t.d plaa book Wvasja aaF.. you ' raar" awac o. Hiasvsa. book wial BmuI LoAw .Cap AUf w Utf , pi WrfU ttiltriit U MU.. CWMA WtmmtW RomKola "MeftCTHlNWCT" H. F. HUlwatyHXcxiagtt)?, Ky. - gists, 70c. Take Hall's Family constipation. . ll2t,bV(jiH- W(NH own Trwm - Pills for I ks4k ar nay JaHyilB4 kb )wnai9r mi. a Ball. AlexaaikM. WwM-TrUrU- IB ,hjr. aWB aboNt vfltllatteg Lea aatUa. Ar;1 yatN,fr,Ma 'itk' Kiyruig, Judge Stitchlc ford's Successor. j Considerable interest is being taken at Richmond tn the probable Successor gf Judgo W. It. Shackelford, County account of the InsLitufe! 'Judge of Madison county, who was nominated for the office of Circuit Judge Saturday. Among those suggested for Ihe position to be made vacant by Judgo Shackelford's election jTs Circuit Judge are Judge J. J. Green-lea- f, n. Joe S. Boggs and Hon. L. 15. The vacancy must bo filled for a year by the Governor until the election. Jessamine next regular .Journal. Her-ringto- Wednesday night, County Clerk Alexander was visited in hiB room by a large cow snake, which crawled through his window. Everett declares that the Shake was real as it was unwelcome, and that the incident had nothing to dowith the aftermath of the primary election. Estill Tribune.. TRY THIS ONE. t Unwelcome Visitor Hardin Kisner, of Wolfe county visited his sister, Mrs. Stephen Brewer, last week. Jerry Brewer went to Saturday, on busin'ess. Mrs. G. M. Ewen and two children, jif Douglas, vis-- ' ted friends relative's here last week- The Davis sewing machine agent, won here la&t week showing their well equipped machine. They made several sales. 8everal frfim hre attended oliuruh ntTintown Sunday. . Still-Water oemi-Annu- al Clearance sale I Do semi-annu- al ferry-cotlntv- , Do you i Misses Minnie Ooncleton, 7 r 6-- 50 you want to buy some good, honest merchandise at prices less than it is worth? If so, read this, as our clear- ance sale is now on. Why not make our loss your gain. Look over these sale prices MES' and' BOYS' CLOTHING suits, cut to ' want to make money by saving it? t 4 Annie and Maudie Bowen and Ernest A. Forkner will attend the Institute from here. KNOWLTON Born, to the wife of H. N Roberts, a fine boy. to the wife of A. J. Mcintosh, a d ifidy boy. He has been named McGloue. Born, Omer Cole, of Middletown, $22.00 18.00 14.00 ims - " " $ 6.00 1 2.50 2.00 hats going at .50 .25 " 'j 13.00 DRESS GOODS " All wool and wool mixed dress goods, except black and blue serges, go in this sale. $ .00 per yard goods going at 75c 60 cent goods at 40c 50c goods at 35c 25 18c 20c 14c 15c goods at 10 and lc 10c goods at 7c 25c dress ginghams at 9 2'c ginghams Oc 0 cent ginghams at 8c. 1 1 1 1 1 1 pants, cut to 9.00 4.00 i 7 T best button's n is visiting his parents, Mr. and .Grocer: mis6." quarter Mrs. T. G. Coltf. "But," said Betty, "this butter C. R. Dolin and W. Dorsev, 0. is bitter. If I put this bitter. oil men of Terre Haut, Iud., were butter in my batter, it will make here on business one day last iny batter oitfer." a better week. So Betty Butter bought Aunt 'Becca Howell is visiting bit of butter and put the better and her two ('aughters in Clark bit of butter in her batter, bitter bit of butter in her batter, county. and better bit of the bitter bit of Bro. Geo. W. Miller was here rjutter. on "the third Sunday to hold a meeting. Bro. Miller is 80 years; old aud has preached fur 06 Thirty-si- x for 25 Cents years. Air. iUng'aJNew Life Fills are Mrs. Nancy Lowe, of Iiosalyn, now supplied in was a visitor at Preston Johnson's bottles, containing SO sugar .coat- -' last Sunday. ,. ed white pills, for25c. One pill iBister of Mrs. Agatha Moberly, vFith a glass of water before retiring is au average dose. Easy Sherman J?ol)bin8, died last week. and pleasant to take. Effective Slier is survived by her mother and positive in results. Cheap and three sons. The sympathy and economical to ue. Get u of the community is extended to. the bereaved relatives. bottle take a dose your Constipation will be reliev T. G. Cole, who was acciden ed in the morning. 80 for 25c, tly shot on July ,8, is not doing at all Druggists. very well at the present writing. ?'My well-orkedj;l- uss 0. r 5 5.00 mens odd 4.50 4.00 . 2.75 2.50 V 2.00 .8.00 bo suits 7.00 6.50 7 f" " 3.75 3.25 2.75 1.75 1.50 1.25 j' . cut to . 5.00.. ' " to-da- I 1 t t t f t t t T t 4.50 2.00 Boys'odd 5.50 4.50 4.00 3.00 2.75 1.00 and 1.25 Queen Qyality Low Cuts for Women We have them in Oxfords, Strap Pumps. 3.50 ones cut to 2.50 Walk-Ov- er Plain Pumps and $4 ones cut to 2.75 $3 ones cut to 2.25 pants cut 20 to 25 per cent Chilcrens'- - wash suits worth 60c cut to 40 cents. Low Cut Shoes for Men 3-- 4.50 low MENS HATS $3.50 and 3-0- hats going at $2 and 2.50 4.00 ones at 3.00 3.50 ones at 2.75 Womens. Mens, Boys' and Girls' underwear cut 20 to 30 per cent, and in some cases even more. cuts at t y y t f t y y t t t t t y t t t t y y y y f y y y y y y y y y y y selling granulated sugar at 6 2 cents per pouna; roasted coffee 11 cents per pound, and the FIRST GRADE or Kentucky V y Flour at$3.40 per hundred or 85 cents per 241b sack. We are 1-- vVare in position at all times "to sell you good, honest SLADE. School was closed here for two days last week, owing to the out break of diphtheria and quaran tine at JNada. At present all the patient? are improving and jr is be entirely stamped out in a few days uiore. hoped .will that the disease Schoola are closed this week on The Hazel Green Herald last week publised the first issue of the thirty-firs- t volume. It is 81 years since Colonel Spencer Cooper went to Hazel Green and started the Herald, uud its popularity has increased rather than diminished with the yearp. We wish the veteran editor inun ceive more v ears' at the detk. 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 I began to use Cardui. my back and head would hurt so bad, I thought the pain would kill me, 1 was hardly able to do any of my housework. After taking three bottles of CarduL 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 t t t t t y y y t ? t ? t y t ? y y y y 1 . t - t merchandise at very low prices, quality considered. "High quality, low price," is our motto. It is our aim to keep as nearly as possible everything the people want, but if we haven't what you want we will get it for you. It will be to your interest to see what we have and get our prices when in the market for dry goods, notions, millinery, women's and men's furnishing goods, clothing, hats, shoes, underwear, hosiery, furniture, wall" paper, mattings, carpets, linoleums, oil car- -. pejs, rugs, mattresses, beds and bed springs, cots, chairs, trunks, suit cases, hand bags, wood, coal and oif cooking stoves,' sewing machines, harness, saddles, hardware, roofings, queensware, paints, oils, window sash, doors, window lights, groceries, candies, fruits, buggies, wagons, mowing machines, hay rakes, etc., etc. We are sole agents for "The Bain" wagons. If in the market for a wagon, give us a chance to; show you "The Bain" and quote you prices. Will afeo tell you why we decided to handle this wagon, and the same reasons we think will cause you to buy one. var-.nis- hes, f y y y y y y y y T y y CARDUI The Woman's Tonic ut e a r Headache, backaclie, side ache, nervousness, feelings, etc., are sure signs of womantired, wem-owoman's ly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui,-thtonic. You eawwt make a mistake in trytoardul for yow trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing women fee more than fifty years. I still use Cardui when I feel a little bad, and it always does me good." ' Hardwick & Co. t: STANTON KY. t a trial SWWHsrHSWSVSWnSW"SW"SWSWSV, Get a Bottle Today! Advertise in The Times chicken pox, Emerson Conloo lina been confined to the, house for several ;days with a sovoro NEWS Miss Ollie M attack. Mr. Geo. The Place to Buy Your Goods ' E. Motch, member of firm "of tho wholesale, grocery Iloskitn was in Stan- Winchester, ifjtio his regular trip up here Monday. ' The place'to buy your goods is J. W. F. Williams, who is tho Jnmipson working with SfJMiss Nora Martin, of Stanton, fc Tiij. Co., in Perry Lumber was visiting Dr. nud Mrs. W. O. county, wus iu town Mouaay. Murtin for a few days. Where to Eat in Winchester and Messrs. Luthcr Loviug, Gran T. B. Ballard, fomerly of this They will tell you. B place, but now of Lexington, was Hackworth, H. ('Kear anU JONES RESTAURANT McQlono attend.! the funeral of here Tuesday and Wednesday. Cor Main' & Washington. Jus. B. Hall, of Lexington, was J. C. M. Day,at Winchester, last Friday. here Monday, on business. TRACY J. G. Easter,., i)T Jackson, was H. H. Pherigo made a business here Saturday,- - and.returnedwith trip to Stanton Monday. Mrs. Easter, who has been ill Real Estate and Insurance. Cordis Larison will return Sun- for the past thren weeks, at the We Buy and Sell Farm and City day from a two weeks' visit with home of her sister, Mrs. Will Property of nil kinds. We have some relatives in Middletown, Ohio. Eaton. nice farms in Clark and adjoining Judge Ed O. O'Rear, of Frank-fort- , Mrs. F. D. Oldham is preparing counties for sale or rent. Write us spent Friday night with the to move to Stantim this week ,in what you want. family of C. A. Hazelrigg. order to enter hSr children in the We write all kinds of Insurance. college there. Mr. and Mrs, W. H. ton Tuesday. where you get the best value for your money. t Try- - This - StoVe - For - Value KENTUCKY JJTOKELY Henry Waldron WALTERSVILLE, A- - Neal have moved to Morris Creek, Miss Etta Robfrts, of Lexing Office, Main Street, Winchester, Ky. where they will live with their ton, visited her Aster, Mrs. Asa son, Will. Burgher, over Sunday, "and left A large number from here at- Monday for Qm'cksand, where POWELL & JACKSON tended court at Winchester Mon- she will visit other relatives fur Writers of all Kinds of Fire, Life, day. a few dilyB. Tornado, Lightning and Hail InsurSam Jett, of Jackson, was here ance.. We are also agents for the Monday, on business. Illinois Surety Company and are preJno. D. Atkinson, of .Stanton, pared to do a general Bonding busiwas down Monday on business. ness. Mrj. W. S. Rogers, of Dayton, POWELL & JACKSON O., is visiting Mr. and Mrs. F. P. LInville Jackson Sam W. Powell Adams, of Waltersville. Office in Court House. Mrs. O. O. Meachem returned Kentucky Winchester TRACY AND STOKELY. THE FRIEND OF THE WORKING MAN the title that has been given our store by scores of satisfied customers whom we havs materially aided in the fight against the high Let us help you. cost of living. is That Harrison O'Rear and Albert Burgher returned to Roxna Monday. " . O. P. Mcintosh went to Roxana Monday to' work. J. W. Hendricks took a load of watermelons toVirichester Mon day. ' OUR MOTTO IS THE WINCHESTER BANE, of Winchester, Ky. $100,000 Capital Stock Surplus and Undivided' Profits $200,Q00 N. Holly Witherspoon, W. It. Sphar President. Cashier. YOUR ACCOUNT SOLICITED. For Good Bartering Try Rev. L. F. Mann filled his The work of paintinjr the regular appointment at Elkatawa county bridges is processing Sunday. He was accompanied nicely, and will . probably he V Mrp. Mann. completed in another week. Asa Bureher, Frnhk Newell and Shampooing and Scalp Treatment D. R. Daniel was in Jackson on business a couple of days last J. G. Rogers are $oing the work. All the bridges in(the upper end week. 11AILKOAD TDIE TABLE of the county haye been done, Rev. E. II. Ritchie filled Ins and tho Waltersville bridge will Lexington & Eastern ltulhtny regular nppjintment at Rnsslyn be next. In the old stand, next to the Red River Hotel. A. P. Johnson T. P. nnd Jno.:Mount turned over to Robert Conleo lastSatur some days. dny 20 head nfyfrnttJo that they A number of our'.younE men hnve bpen feedingiffnr him for left Monday for 'Clark and the past year, the. cattle weich- Montgomery cou.ities to work in ed out. vprv well and Messrs. tobacco. Mounlz did vety well'with them. J. C. Fitch and family, of Mrs. A. P. Johnson was the Jackson, visited J. H. O'Rear winner of the Live Babv Contest and family over Sunday. at the Booster store. The baby Mr. J. W. Coulee, of Mont- turned out to be a very hand gomery county, visited hie. some litrle bnby m'a. daughter, Mr?. W. O. Martin Fielden Powell, nf Xen, wns 1 over Sunday. in town Wednesday. -- Monduy from Irvine, where she has been visiting her husband fpr Low Prices and High Quality We would appreciate atrial order, and will do our best to try and please you. Farmers Union Supply Store Frank Kennon, Mgr. . i This Bank Invites New Acco unf s On Sunday. Eastbound. No. 1. Westbound. No. 4. Daily. Dally. 7;05A.M.j 7;G5A.M. 8:15 A.M.) 8:45 A.M. a :27 A.M.! 10:18 A.M. The Clay City school will open A number of children in town, for the next term on Mondav. nnd also some grown people, are August 0. Special opening exer? suffering from an epidemic of cises will be held. . the basis of efficient service aud absolute security Interest on Time Deposits 3 Per Cent Lexington Winchester h. & E. June, Clay City Camp. Junct. Maloney j 2:D0P.M. 1:45 P.M. 1:30 P.M. 1:00 P.M. 12 :22 P.M. 11: 19 A.M. i COUNTY SCHOOL REPORTS SCHOOL Bowen On census 72 Enrolled " 40 Vet Bend 'ii Black Creek-Sno36 " Creok 35 Hall 81 s. Oruys Branch 60 " " Tintown .68 61 Aoi ris Creek Hatcher Creek . 60' . . AVt. Canaan y, 4 88 Cliopcliestntit Cuno Creek It 18 North Fork 60 Nadu 61 ' it HaUon Creek ' a 07 Upper Hdk Or u King P6' w J 02 20 81 In attendnnco 11:20A.M. 1:44 P.M.j 3:35 P.M.I 4:18 P.M.j No. 3. Jackson Hazard Wuitesburg Mcltoberts 10:20A.M. 8:06 A.M. j 6:20 A.M. j 5:40 A.M. No. 2. j " " ', " 40 14 24 20 61 '363 40 .53 " , .. Daily. 1:45 P.M. 2:37 P.M.! 2:55 P.M.' 3:28 P.M.! 4:12 P.MI Lexington Winchester L. & E. June. Clay City Camp. June. Maloney t j j Dally. 8:60 A.M. 8:00A.Rr. 42 7:37 A.M. 7:00 A.M. 6:19 A.M. V ft- - f .13 ; 0:00 PAM. j j 0:00. P.M.j 1: 13 P.M.I 5:35 A.M. 4:45 A.M. 4:31A.M. No. 6. Dally. t. " " " " . ' . ', Jacksrn Quicksand 87 51 ,.,48, No. 0. Daily. 15:30 A.M.1 I Blade -- 07- ii 27 37 40 .B'erfcL, Grown 82 Lilly Boone 53 iJanies Chaney HfBennlngfleld 62 23 Everett Itandell ' 8 Rhet Ewen 41 MIJaKnox 30 Lutie Billings 30 Nali.ida Hutton 42 Anna R, Boyen TEACHER Ethel Baker i. E. Brashear " O. L, Smith Sarah Biushe'ur Lilly Knox .. OtiaFovrel1 lEthel Stephens Clay City National Bank Clay City, - i Kentucky The beet lubricativi, without carbon r' U4 6:4TA.M.j 8:48A.M. 10:43 A.M.I 11:30 A.MJ, 6:40 P.M. Jackson ' Iladdlx 5:45 A.M. j Hazard 3:26 P.M. j Wbltesburg 1:87 P.M. Mcltoberts JJ2J45P.M. wW..A. ItUSSELL, P. T. M.. Louisville. Spencer Barker WuliiutjQfiQjg n it k- 63 ' J' " ' " ...47.. "81 ' .33 Lower Hdk Or Wnltcrjivl'llq, M S7 35 7 33 " " " Vinton liowcn.Col C.luy QUy Col 5' & Co r' 8 30 Dudley Caudeil HrmouUnL ton. lujftdy Welch Qtitr tin 80 fBessie Curry 47 iDillanl Etes '43 GuyOfOwe 30 Nurjon Atkinson TtlB?s W!U 'tJSiV iB 8 Valeria L. Samuels aySyeu.- - If you don't believe it. Lalnol 17 ary let us couviiicc you by a trial. 08 Ernen Forkuer prfctollforelthrlr-coollo- r rooladautoinobllei. MaJfiomfloeatFnafrl- .nU Crude. A Dala. thin. htihfinittoll which feed fnly. Poiuvlr fr from cstImd. On jour curohu of ona bbl.of No Cuo Auto Oil will fu. itMl barrel with faucet, flna la lif- t- hv you for ponautBt "Prlc of oil in U Wt., 48c ftt ium. m ihi omKm, mo tHAS.t. 5TOLL OIL tU. ' fint F mtil 'Eaillii",vrft li,;U. Zf Dlk tlecds for gale each;- limes otllce, p cpnts ;te - 2 MT i