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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): September 30, 1915 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1915 cla1915093001_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 30, 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. Burglior J E- - X 4 $ "''vf. THE M;P.'0MARA, Editor We are: hwe to Help dsiy;Clt CITY TIMES. the" VOL. XX. CLAY CITY, 1Y'.' THURSDAY 1 Surroundtof Country and Ourselves. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 30.1015. :NO. '61 : : : At the last council meeting Fred Ware was elected to (By P. 0. Dcrthick.) Mrs. Bohannan visited Cane the writer, who became Jjimfe8 JHarvey Carr, one of the Greek and DarlingsvIIle schools disqualified by building his resicltjzens of the county, A. T. Stewart and Henry MorMrs. James Bloom was serious- oldest last week and addressed the puly iujured Sunday whetf she was died edrjy Saturday morning af- ris were in Winchester Tuesday dence outside the corporation pils on regular attendance. limits. Again we call attention thrown from a wagon imr which ter an illness of several months. on business. to the fact that this year 5 coun Little Hardwicks and Spencer she was returning from the fun- Mr. OarnT'was a veteran of the Mrs. Ohas. Richardson was able schools both report the moon- eral of Mr. Carr. civil war,.having served two en- to return last week from the hos- cilman and a police in dee must Mrs. Bloom be elected and those desiring the light schools ns being well at- was thrown ou her head and hav- listments ifrithe-Uuinarmy. pital in Lexington, where she offices should announce tak-inat once. tended, with all the pupils Mr. Oarrji is survived by his underwent an operation for aping a child in her arm's, fell very an active interest. heavily. She was carried into widow, three sons, Sam and Mil- pendicitis. Oscar Gentry, of Fincaslle, bat- the residence of T. J. White ahd lard Hying here, and Claude, ot was taken to Lexington by the In an interesting spelling Jas. Ewen sold seventy head of Later Miami, Texas, and one daughter, tle Friday afternoon between attended by Dr. Irvin. cattle to Montgomery county writer and underwont an operation by Dr. Kiser for eye trouble. M.. Oaanan and Hatton Creek she was taken home and is now Mrs. Annie Christopher, also of buyers this week. Miami. The operation in this case was a the latter won a decisive recovering. The child was schools, A. T. Stewart has moved his very delicate one but was qutte victory. j The funeral was held Sunday law oilice from his home to the successful, and Mr. Gentry's eyes morning, Rev. L. F. Mann con won the Myrtle Campbell are now perfectly straight. The ducting services at the grave. court house. prize in the geography contest, Buys Automobile Mrs Myrtice Coulee and three operation for cross eyes is usual was iii the Eator. grave- Burial among the fourth grade pupils children returned to their home ly a very simple one and any one - mj uiui at Hall school last Friday. A. T. Whitt went to Louis near Richmond Tuesday after a troubled that way should consult -ville Sunday and returned Monvisit with her parents, Mr. and Dr. Kiser at once. day evening, bringing with him Colon plight Mrs D. R. Clark. Good Ball Game The boys of the town soli a new Ford automobile, which he ool Starts Mrs. Bettie Hardwick will citing subscriptions for are purthe A fine exhibition of base ball purchased there. Mr. Whitt, ac leave this week fur Winchester chase of equipment for a gym was put on Sunday when the companied by a demonstrator, Mar; er at the to visit her son, J. H. Hardwick. nasium. This is a splendid work local team defeated Levee by a drove the car home and made Clay ool, has Miss Arvie Littleton is visiting and everybody should assist fn score of 11.3. After the first in- good time, leaving Louisville and ganize it, as it will have a tendency to Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Stewart. ning, in which Clay City scored ii o'clock and arriving here at 0. comin Monday keep the boys out of mischief seven of their,, runs, the visitors Gus Hale, of Morgan county, and aid them in keeping mr Seale, Mrs. niiiht. their changed pitchers and put up a P. O'Mara was a visitor at the home of the pledge to abstain from tho use of Married at Jackson good garrje. exercises, writer this week. t te cigarettes und intoxicatiug lidi en. enroll- several is reported that a certain quor. The saloons would not be Miss Stella Tolsan and Charley It promises to be girl at Hazel Green is wearing a nearly so popular if a better soceu, anu Little Johnnie Kennon, who Mcintosh, both of McConnick, For ial life was provided for our boys beautiful diamond ring. has been confined to the house were married ai Jackson- Sunday on: rpgac. . iney win, iivje at rico further information see R. H. and men aud a gvmnasium .is one for some time with a tumor. of the best methods of providing his groinj is.Mible to be outagnin. mies. TReTrWrptarts Sunday While working on Ross Hall's this social life. . The the Christian barn Toby Anderson had the. Camp Meeting Here etice Sunday misfortune to fall, breaking his J arm, bruising Ins legs and iiRler iiH nlgtlt The camp meeting folks arrivassisted llictiug au ugly cut, several dies long, in his face. ed hero Tuesday, but owing to by A meeting was held. at the the wet weather did not erect II home of Prof. Hanley and plans their tent until Wednesday, and discussed fur the building of a held their first meeting that night. The party consists of I). new church here. L- Branbenburg, Mrs. J. II. Miss Beatrice Blount is teuoh- - Burke and Mr. aud Mrs. S. J. ing at, the Ulay uity Urpliau Gouinn. They will remain here Home school. about three weeks. f Rev. G. W. Kerstetter, Super the county intendent of the Clay City Orb Buys Good Hogs are beginniiigTto- make molasses phans Home, was here Thursday this week. on business. T.J. Wright, of 3 Per Cent Interest on Time Deposits Mr. and Mrs Charles Todd are R. P. Green, Reuubl:can can Creek, returned Tuesday from the proud parents of a pretty didate for Superintendent ot Winchester, where he purchased baby girl, born Sunday. Public Instruction, spoke to a three pure bied Poland China cm The Sunday School at Vaughus fair sized au. Hence' at the court hogs to use as breeding stock his farm. Mill seems to have taken on new house Tuesday. since the meeting held by life Kentucky Clay City, 0'1&. County School Items. Mrs, Broom Thrown From Wagon Jas, Citizen Passes STANTON.. re-pla- n g T At- ol I 4pP& h irnK -- - fl? This Bank n v i tes NewAcco lints On reyK t WUBWi churgeKes, i PiistHT the basis of efficient service aud absolute security Fmrjv - I i Clay City National Bank Bro. Combs. S. V. Lurison now has a com- plete line of glasses and can fit The Place to Buy Your Goods The place to buy your goods is any eyes. Call and see him if your eyes need treatment. Prices from 50 cents to $0.00. S. G. Baker has taken charge of the Farinp-- s Union store, formerly managed by F. Kenuou. STANTON COLLEGE, KY STANTON, Students Admitted at Any Time where you get the best value for your money. During the past .two weeks overseer Highley has been doing some good work ou the roads in the neighborhood of Vaughns Mill. Mr, and Mrs. O. C. Meachem, of Irvine, spout a couple of days 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. Try- - This - Store - For - Valu e KENTUCKY here with the hitter's parents, Mr. aud Mrs. O. H. Muokey. By paying part of their Expenses in Woilc, Students may get Rates at the Dormitory as low as $1 5o per Week. For Information Write to F. 0. Will's, of Rosslyn, called Henry Waldpon WALTERSVILLE, At the nllico Tuesday morning to leave a subscription for his bra tlier-in-lit- Jesse Oliver, who resides in Clark county. Mr. Wills says its like sending a letter! every weak to squd the Times. Rev. J. C, Hanley, President, Stanton, Ky. i , THE TIMES. Uncertain Heart Action Alarming Democratic Newspaper A Eighteen Years Old The Best Weekly In this Section. Mrs. W. 0. Howell Says Tanlac Relieved Her of Palpitation adorned; and skill and the rWer strange quality that ts added thtsBo to make things beautiful and ifltiE more, A far--' thing's worth of pint, and paper, they a thing do In Japan. And ,TI, it should fall Into the Are well, It ha, gone like yesterday's sunset, and iSjpiorrow there wfll be another. H. O.JvVells. I like my Art art Uilprned. w thought and-behol- Forest Fires Greatest Destructive Agency to the Forests of the State Ores undoubtedly are one of the greatest destructive agencies to the forests and property of ttie state. It Is estimated thaj from 1011 to 1014 the annual loss from forest Arcs was $330,-00- 0 each year and that there were annually 175,000 acres burned over. A study of the forest (Ire situation by the state forester since 1013 has shown that Over GO per cent of the known causes of fires reported to his office were diie to carelessness and that they Louisville, KyM September 20. Mrs W. 0. Howell, wife of Carmail mat- the agent for the Louisville Entered as second-clas- s Company at the Seelbach riage ter nt the Post Office nt Clay City, Hotel, who lives at 010 South Ky., under the Act of Congress of Jackson street, tins city, is one March 3, 1879. of the most ardent believers in Tauluc, the peerless preparation, HOME-MAD- E us is shown by a recent statePAPER. A C. L.' RUSSELL, 'j ment she made of the benefits Painting, Paperh'anglng. Decorating she derived from it. THURSDAY, SEPT. 30, IPlfi "I was weal; and nervous and Reasonable' Prices Satisfaction dizzy," she said, "any sudden i Guaranteed noise made my heart beat so fust WHY THE DEMOCRATS it frightened me. I had nervous WILL WIN headaches. Wheueverl walked upstairs it left me almost exFor fine Watch and Clock The Eliziibetlitowii News says: hausted. "We propose to heartily and REPAIRING "My stomach was weak and cordially support the Democratic my food did not agree with me. or any work infrny line, I will ticket this full for the rensou If 1 ate anything solid it made that it is as a whole o good ticket me miserable. I wus told that 1 be glad to hajEtcaU on me and is running on u platform had caturrh of the stomach, but which should commend itself Jto S. medicines I took did me no every Democrat. Above and be the good until friends suggested Tanyond the election of the State lac to me. I'm glad now that 1 Democratic ticket standsthe en took their udvicu. dorsement of President Wilson "It was almost no time until 1 and his administration at Washanu now 1 can eut ington. Endorsing the President felt better,1 please. I owe it all in the platform is good as fur as whatever to Tanlac. My nerves are in good it goes, but endorsing him at the shape again, and I no longer polls with a Democratic victory have pilpitation of the heart. in November is fur better and only.medi ine that far more important. There can Tanlac is the ever helped me. I can't say too be no question but that the defeat of the Democrats in Ken- much in praise of it." Tanluc is now being sold in tucky 'would be hailed alk over Clay City by Eaton & McGwire, the country as a rebuke to Presiby Hard wick" dent Wilson. It would not only and in Stautou WHEN JtfjKANT udv Co. weaken him in the Presidential A CUT race next year but. would ul.e KNOWLTON place Kentucky in the doubtful c ilumn in that race. No Presi-den- t Mrs. James Bullard died at Iitr ever stood higher in the ts timate of tlie party which put home on Peck's Creek, and was him in power than Woodrow buried at the Keunon graveyard. Wilson. His popularity is Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Jones, of He is unquestionably Clark county, are visiting their the greatest man who has son, T. C. Jones. CLEANING KSSING. the White House in a genWm. ConBorn to the wife of I am read Clear. eration. With these things genboy, Lowe. erally acknowledged by Demo-crat- way, a Ing and d wcrk there can be no better or Ji.m.'s Foster lost a fine,.year-linreason- guaranteed and. more certain way to give proof calf, which fell oyer a dill' able. Orders le J. Bloom of the fact than by voting the and broke its back. will receive prompt attention. Democratic ticket. Do not alT. G. Cole, who was accideutly JAMES WILLIAMS. low differences about any quesshot threeniontli3 ago, Js- imtion involved in the state cam. proving although his leg is still p.iign for party nomination pre. very .sore. DRINK vent you from voting an endowment of Wilson in November. Advertising in The Times will Then there is absolutely no pay you. II you don't believe it. or justification for any DemMOP" THN WET" let us convince you by a trial. ocrat by his vote or by liss absence from the polls helping to HOW'S THIS? eleot the Kepublican ticket. Has STRAWBERRY PLANTS We offer One Hundred dolany Kepublican Governor in Kentucky ever done anything so lars reward for any case of catFruit and Shade Trees, and that we would want another? arrh that cannot be cured by our offering of the remarkable Mamouth Pearl Seed Surely the Democrats are not Hall's Catarrh Cure. P. J, Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. Potato. Send for our free willing either by action or inaccatalogue, We, the undersigned, havo known F. No Agents tion, to repeat the mistakes of J. Cheney for the last 15'years, and be electing Brndley, Taylor and lieve him perfectly honorable in till H. F. Hillenmeyer & Sons, WiIl8on, by electing Morrow. business transactions and financially Lexington, Ky. We know there have been thiugs able to carry out any obligations inado by liis Arm. done of which good Democrats National Dank of Commerce, do not upprove. There have Toledo, O. been thiugs done and said of Hall's Cutarrh Cure is taken internwhich we do not approve, but ally, acting directly upon the blood TRACY the way to settle party wrongs and mucous surfaces of the system. is in the party. Next year when Testimonials sent free, Price TO cents Real Estate and Injuranee. there, wilt be no contest nmoug per bottle. Bold by all druggists. Take Hall's Family Tills for constiWe Buy and Sell Forifl and City Democrats as to how the s pation. Property of all kinds. We have some shall be instructed for olco farms in lurk npa .adjoining President, a Democratic State toqgunties for sale or rent. Write u Committee can bo made tn suit Means. It is a time tn stand gether and to remember above what you want. the people. It is not a time for everything else that a stamp unWe write aljAkind& of iHSwranee. Democrats to look at. the faults der thu rooster in November ia a (.f their own. party but a time to stump of approval of I'resedeut TRACY. AND. STOKELY. Office, Main Street, "whwlmter, Ky! look at the faults of the Hepub- - Wilson. M. P. O'Mara Editor Felt Sho HaoVJOek Coming. "Are you the editor of the "paper?" asked the lady with the drab, spats, calling. "I am,' replied tho man with the poised pencil. "Well. I called to ask you If you wouldn't get larger typo My name was in your paper five times last week and a neighbor of mine told me she never saw it." F QUEST a time when winds aro not blowing and when the ground is not so dry that fire would spread in every direction from the area to be cleared. Also e a little care in clearing the space the area to be burned over would go a long way in preventing the spread of fire. In the fall the hunters do a large amount of damage coon and pos-suhunting, burning down tree to olit-sid- 1i 'Siv.-- V LS VHfcN .r w sj. JT'?. AH INSXPBNSIVS LOOKOUT TOWER. SHAVEElR -- This tower waa built on the. divide between Kentucky and Virginia, and considering Its small cost save very good mix tooxotrr rowKr. satisfaction during the fire season In the " type of forest fire spring of 1915. IThla Is the standard towers that are being constructed lookout over the eastern United States. It Is pos- obtain these animals, worth a few sible to overlook the' country within a tents, and the result Is that timber radius of twenty miles from one of these worth several thousand dollars Is destations.) stroyed. Bee hunters also set fire could lift re been prevented by reason- the trees to get the honey, and boys able diligence on the part of the in- and other Individuals set fire to the dividual. The two chief causes of for- leaves on the ground to burn them off est fires arc burning of brush In the in order that they can easily find the spring and hunting' in the fall. ' It is uutx. Fires from these causes do a fully-deserve- easy to see that with a little care both large amount of damage each year, and of these causes could be eliminated. a little care and thoughtfulness would Brush could very easily bo burned at prevent them altogether. ocau-pie- d s g PresHn Why the Comparison? "Why do you compare my marksmanship with lightning?" asked the recruit. "Because" replied tho instructor, "it never hits twice in the same place." No FIshlnQ! Every week In England thero Is a close season, during whfch net fishing for salmon Is prohibited, ir ex3 tends from noon on Saturday un a, in. Monday. - rea-so- n warn HUSBAND RESCUED DESPAIRING WIFE After Four Years ef Ducettragkg Cea&ieas, Mrs. Bdeck Gave Up had gotten so weak I could not stand, - V. and I gave up In despair. I k Despair. HtuUw At last, my husband got me a bottle ol Cardul, the woman's tonic, and I commenced taking It. From the very first Case to Rescue. " dose, I could tell It was helping me. my-work-." 1 can now walk two miles without its In an Interesting letter tiring me, and am doing all If you are all run down from womanly from this place, Mrs. Bettie Bullock writes as follows: "1 suffered for four troubles, don't give up In despair. Try Catron, Ky. years, with womanly troubles, and during Cardul, (he woman's tonic. It has helped this time, I could oaly sit up for a little more than a million women, (a its 50 while, and could not walk anywhere at years of continuous success, and should aU. At times, I would have severe pains surely help you, too. Your druggist has sold Cardul for years. He knows 'what k my left side. The doctor was called in, and bis treat- it will do. Ask him. He will recomment relieved me for a while, but I was mend it. Begin taking Cardul today. Write (of Co.. La4Ux boo confined to my bed again. After Alvltery.Devt.. CtetUaK QuHineeg I it UMuJim . h n unit . i .n., fA (bat, ROtMag seemed to do me any good. Trtataual ler Wmbm, seat la Ua r-- HTOKILY dele-gate- rpr Subscribe for THE TIMES1 V t COUNTY SCHOOL REPORTS SCHOOL ' TEACHEP On census, 72 Enrullcil 02 In attendance 50 Ethel Baker " " L3 40 15 WcstHend E. Brashear " ' Black Creek 21 27 30 0. L. Smith " 80 Sarah Biashear 35 80 Snow 0 reek 81 C2 Lilly Knox 68 Hall .. .. .. CO Grays Branch OtlsPowell .. 34 45 .. " 5R " 39 Tintown. Ethel Stephens 54. 01 40 Bert L. Crowo .. 42 AVOtrls Creek .. Lilly Boone 80 42 .. 60 .. Hatcher Creek 27 James Chaney 88 . .. 46. Mt. Canaan - 68. H Bcnningfleld 38 ., 63 Chopchcstntit ' 10 Everett Randell .. .. 30 .. Caiie Creek 46 Bowcn torn ? T A. i-Annual Clearance Sale ! by saving1 it? Do ...I ... . .. North Fork Nada Hattori Creek Upper Hdk Or King Slado Spencer 18 "' " " " ' CO .. " 15 " 61. 61 ,5C 57 78 - . " " " " 63' 61 44 54 ' " .. " " ". v .. " " 11 BhetEwcn Mllo Knox Lutlc Billings 'Xu. ll.ida Hatton Anna It. Bowcn 52 71 42 45 6S ". Barker Walnut Grove Lower Hdk Or AValtcrsvillo " " " 53 49 84 63 " " " . "" . " " 60 26 20 37 27 35 24 Erners Forkncr Dudley Caudeil Clady Welch Bessio Curry Little Hardtacks Darlingsville Roger Chapel McCormick Rosslyn AVest Bend Col Clay City Col Vinton Pompoy 5s 51 28 71 " " '48 35 30 10 4i " " . - 20 68 45 DiliardEstes Guy Crowe SO Narion Atkinson 23 R. T. Crowo 17 Myrtle Burgher 18 t t t t T f t J T Do you want to buy 4some good, honest merchandise at prices less than it is worth? If so, read this, as our clearance sale is now on. Why not make our loss your gain. Look over these sale prices semi-annual jou want to make money f t f MENS and BOYS' CLOTHING $22.00 18.00 14.00 6-5- mens' suits, cut to 65 37 65 57 30 41 5 23 0 21 22 .. 32 38 .. 23 30 .. .. Lula Derickson Valeria Samuels Mary Lain e KuthTutt Ira O. Profltt Mattie Hall SPOUT SPRING I ther' The superintendent "3. J. T. Wright sold 20 head of young cattle to W. L! Byrd at 6J Asa Todd i9 visiting friends and relatives at. Winchester. Berry Barnatt has moved his mill here to out some Iocs for J. T. Wright. W. L. Byrd has disposed of his grist mill to R.S. Christopher The Estill County Teachers met here Saturday with attendance of teachers. 'agood Editor John Walker, of Irvine, and Mr. Hutch Elliott delivered addresses. A fine program was carried 'outiin J dinner" was served on the grounds. GENET attended the meeting of the West Lexington Presbytery last Tuesday and Wednesday. Beldon Sears returned to the Home after spending several weeks at home. t t t t t t I f 7 " " $ 6.00 13.00 1 2.50 2.00 hats going at l.oO 1.25 0 " M " " pants, cut to 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 18c 25 14c 20c 10c goods at 7c 15c goods at 10 and lie 2 4c ginghams 0c 25c dress ginghams at 9 0 cent ginghams at 8c. 1 1 1 1 1 9.00 4.00 " 3.75 3.25 5.00 mens' odd .4.50 4.00 2:75 2.75 s . 2.50 2.00 8.00 boys' 1.75 1.50 1.25 suits cut to ( " " t" 7.00 " 5.50 4.50 4.00 3.00 Queen Quality Low Cuts for Women t t t t t t t f V X 2.75 1.00 and 1.25 Lpants cut 20 to 25 per cent hih suits worth 60c cut to 40 cents. - We have them in Oxfords, Plain Pumps and Strap Pumps. $4 ones cut to 2.75 3.50 ones cut to 2.50 $3 ones cut to 2.25 Walk-Ov- er Low Cut Shoes for Men at 3-- MENS' HATS 30 hats going at Stephen Miller left Saturday (or Highland Collage, where he expects to spend the winter in school work. $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. 4.50 low cuts t t T f T ? J T The Superintendent supplied the Salvisa congregation last Sunday. " Miss Beatrice Blount, af Sta ton. will commence he.ELvorfr cents per pound; roasted cents per pound, and the FIRST GRADE or Kentucky it $3.20 per hundred or 85 cents per 24 lb sack. 6 1-- ling granulated sugar at 2 f teacher or tne tioifleenoi touay Home Treatment Farmers are making good use of the line weather, and a great deal of the fall work is being done now. .New coal .banks are being opened up in the high rocks country. Sorghum making will commence in earnest next week. J. II. Mullens, depot agent at by Mrs. Mullens and Miss Hazel, is visiting friends For Tuberculosis In Summer 5 " . 5. Coruettsville, Terry county, and relatives Jure. ROSSLYN. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Coulee with a' party in honor of Mrs. Mollie Woodward. Jlosslyn and Bowen played a UILD a floor on a dry bit of T game of ball Saturday, the ground. It Is best to have It being a score of 17 8 in faraised a few Inches above the ground. Erect a tent over It, get a re X vor of Bowen. dining chair and same simple furnl 4 for V A. M. Lowe left Saturday for ture,atand you are readytight a cheerful while you life that and other points in enemy,homeGreat White Plague, dread "lrouniound the the county in the interest of his re-su- it D T ? candidacy. " .. ; j9 privilege of addressing the inIu- mates ofthe Fayette county Turning a Leaf, lirmary recently. "When you turn over a new Jeaf," Uncle Kbea, "jou's got to make Essie und Bessie Webb were saidyo' mind not to up notice de people -- permitted to their to return on huntlu' up de back numdt Insist Btakio' remarks." tiome ut the request of their fa- - bers an The Next Beit Thins to The Pine Forest for Colds Is Dr. Bells Pine Tar Honey which goes ORPHANS' HOME ITEMS. to the very root of cold troubles, It clears the throat and gives relief fmn Siuce our last items Dr. Guer-- . that clogged and stuffed feeling. The pines have ever friend of raut, accompunied by his neice, hi driving uway been theMoreover, man colds. the Mary Hamlin and Miss May-ol- a Miss y qualities are peculiarly efGillespie, spent a uight at fective in fighting chihlrens colds. that a cold broken at thu start the Homo. greatly removes the possibility of comThe superintendent had the plications. 26e. ulne-lioiiu- T t t We are in position at all times to sell you good, honest lerchandise at very low prices, quality considered. igh quality, low price," is our motto. It is our aim to as nearly as possible everything the people want, if we haven't what you want we will get it for you. It will be toyour interest to see what we have and our prices when in the market for dry goods, no- is, millinery, women's and men's furnishing goods, fbthing, "iiats, shoes, underwear, hosiery, furni ture, wall paper, mattings, carpets, linoleums, oil car pets, rugs, mattresses, beds and bed springs, cots, chairs, trunks, suit cases, hand bags, wood, coal and oil cooking stoves, sewing machines, harness, saddles, hardware, roofings, queensware, paints, oils, varnishes, 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 also. tell you why we decided to handle this wagon, and the same reasons we think will cause you to buy one. T V t t f T V V f T t ? Hardwick & Co STANTON KY. t t f ? ? t ? Advertise in The Times FARMERS, SOW WHEAT Clay City, Kentucky Carter Reynolds and Fletcher wheat and MONUMENTS and MARKERS Barnctt will thresh your Clay City Roller Mill will grind Estimates Cheerfully Given on the !your grain for toll. Large or Small Stones. D. H. MATHERLY - iwm, J. 0. Webb, ; POWELL School Societies & JACKSON Two literary societies litive been formed at the city school, Tornado, Lightning and Hail Insurand t hey will meet every other ance.. We are also agents for the Friday for debates and discussIllinois Surety Company and are pre- ions. There are 44 members in pared to do a general Bending busi- euch society, and I he following ness. tire the oflicers: Columbian so ciety, Pres., Shelby Martin, Vice POWELL & JACKSON Lee Duncan; Score Sam W. Powell Linville Jackson Pres., Jesse Utopia so tary, Uo.vie Aikers. Office in Court House. ciely, President, Orate Johnson; Winchester Kentucky Vice-PieAustin Johnson; Sec A joint retary, Ilallie Ilojiers. THE WINCHESTER BANK, meeting vi!l Le held Friday iiiuht of Winchester, Ivy. at 7 30. Capital Stock $100,000 F. P. Newell Buys Surplus and Undivided Profits $200,000 J. M. Kennon Farm Writers of all Kinds of Fire, Life, " visiting his siste Motherly for u fc days. Oldtown, is Mrs.D. II. m THE FRIEND OF THE WORKING MAN I Mrs. O. W Williams, acconi- panied by her little daughter, fluorine, is visiting her. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Win Johnson. - the title that has been given our store by scores of satisfied customers whom w'ehava materially aided in the fight against the high Let us help you. cost of living. That is R. W Garrett sold this week fifty head of fat. cattle averaging 930 pounds to Montgomery county buyers. The price paid was seven cents. W. E. Gill s nnd Melvin Judy made a business trip to Winches- OUR MOTTO IS Low Prices and High Quality We would ter Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Totnlinson, of Nada, were down Sunday." appreciate a trial order, and will do our best to try and please yau. Farmers Union Supply Store S. G. Baker, Mgr. X. Holly 'NVithcrspoon, President. W. R. Sphar Cashier. VOUIt Kennon has sold his home farm, of about 25 acre, to M. J. ACCOUNT SOLICITED. Good Barberlnp; Frank Newell, the consideration being $2,J00. Mr. Kennon will at once commence building on It is upper farm and will move here as soon as possible. I For Try A. P. Johnson In the old stand, next to the River Hotel. Red Kicked By Horse Harmon Hull about 70 years of aj;e, living: tut Hardwicks Greek, was seriously injured Tuesday when kicked by a young "horse One belonging to a neighbor. arm and one hip were bruised and lie ulao was injured Wonderful Antiseptic Germs and Infection aggravate ail merits nnd retard healing. Stop that infection at once. Kill the germs and get rid of the poisons. For this purpose a single application of Sloan's Liniment not only kills the pain bnt destroys the germs. This neutralizes infection and gives nature assistance by overcoming congestion and gives a chance for the free and normal flow of the blood. Sloan's Liniment is an emergency doctor and should be kept constantly on hand. 25c, 50c. The f 1.00 size contains six times as much as the 2,c. A Reports from over the county indicate that the sorghum crop will be lighter than usual this year. Some has, already been brought into town! finding a good g'tllon. demand at GO c For Sale A ,'pewriter, nearly new ect condi- tion. Appl ssVsVsVH Boone, Stanton, Kv Mrs. E. O, renceburg,' Shampooing and Scalp Treatment JtAILROAI) sister, Mrs couple of Mrs. w of Law- ing her r, tor a ta Starck Pianos No Money iuAdvauco bbbbBbL Bv .A Satijtfnc-lio- a TIME TABLE Lexington Eastbound. No. 1. Daily. 7:05A.M. 7:55A.M.j S:15A.M. SM5A.M. 0:27A.M. 10:18A.M.j 11:20A.M. & Eastern Italic ay Com pany. Westbound. No. 4. Dally few er sis- ter, Mrs. V vnnmiiiiiiiw remains at the hospil BlWnr Will. jams. are that Latest Dr. Williams days in Le A. M. Lowe was uraay on ins way OJ orr me couu- for votes ty to do a littl BVBVBSl. I iu his favor i uer. mi. de- Lowe is quit. Jeni SSBBBBaVII ontood LotrestNet Foot ory 'Guar, Easieat Toriim A S2O0 P A. STARCK Pricos Saviuii ol SlOO to From Factory Direct III Y0VR Lexington Winchester L. & E. June. Clay City Camp. Junct. Maloney j I 2:50 P.M. 1:45 P.M. 1:30 P.M. 1:00 P.M. mbbw MBt'g 130 DAYS' FREE TRIAL Save $150.00 or Mart We flilp direct to you from our factory, at prices that uveyou upwards of SlSO.OO'lii the cot of your piano. We cuirantce t'l furnish you a better piano for the money than you can nccure eliewhere. You ire assured ol receiving a aatUtactory iwrtt toned durable hljli grade piano. 25-Ye- 12:22P.M 11:19A.M. feating hi sJjBlBBBBWipotieiit iu the fin a C. sHbit OWN HOME We will ship you a beautiful Starcl: I'lano fcr 30 dajfc' free trial. In your home. No cash payment required. All we ask Is that you will play upon, use and test this piano for 30 days. If, at tlie nil of that time, you do not find It the highest grade, swo!test toned and Hnest piano In every way, that you have ever seen for the money, you are at perfect liberty to send it back, and wo Will, In that event, pay tho freight: both ways. This tttarck Piano must make good with you. or there Is no sale. l:44P.M.j S:3u P.M.I 4:18P.M.j Xo. 3. Daily. Jackson Hazard Whltesburg McRoberts 10:20AM. 8:00 AM. j 6:20 AM. j CDail ir enter-h- t Easy PayMtRts You pay no rash down, but after 30 daya of trial, you can begin payment on the lowest, easiest terms ever suggested by a piano manufacturer. These terms are arranged to cult your convenience, and it is possible to buy a piano for yoilr home, srithou ir.lsirg the money. 5:40 A.M. No. 2. prising dro ing the past head of fat, dur- - Dally. Lexington Winchester U & E. June, Clay City Camp. June. Maloney 8:50 A.M. j j and about 8 t:4u P.M. 2:37P.M.I 2:55P.M. 3:28 P.M. 1:12 P.MI 8:00A.M. 7:37 A.M. 7:00A.M. 6:19 A.M. 5:35 A.M. 4:45 A.M. 4:31A.M. No. 6. 5:00 P.M.! j j fi: 00 P.M.) 0:13 P.M.I Jacksrn Quicksand . No. 5. Dally. Dally. 6:30 A.M. C:47A.M. 8:48 AM.; 10:43 A.M.! 11:30 A.MJ 5:45 P.M. Jackson Haddlx 5:45 A.M. j 3:26 P.M. Hazard Whltesburg 1:27 P.M. McRoberts 12:45P.M. W. A. RUSSELL, P. T. M Louisville. from 6$ to 7 A good cu? '.here at- Honor Roll tended thecou fBslHl esat Win- Following is t he Honor Iloll of Chester Monday pupils at the city school for Sep. )f Winches- Mr. C. W. Sen teinber: ter, spent Sunday Here. Sterling Anderson, Chas. BurE. B. McGlone was in Win ton, Lillie Burgher, Iiuth Burghchester Tuesday, on business. er, Geneva Gillie, Thelinu Gillis, Chas. Hendricks, Crate . John Every Homo Needs a Faithful Cough 'son, Virgil Kirk, Julia Kirk, and Cold Remedy. Mary O. Loving, Dollie May When seasons change and colds apLyda New.kirk, Joe New. pear when you first detect a cold after kirk, Harry O'llenr, Acy Phil- sitting next to one who has sneezed, then it is tiiat a' tried and tested rem lips, Maisie Pettit, Delia O. Joine Stokely, Daisy Sto. edy should be faithfully used. "II never wrote a testimonial before, but, know kely, Martha Snowdeu, Helen positively that for myself and family, Vollmer, Gilbert White and Syl Dr. Kings New Discovery Is tho best cough remedy we ever used and wo via Welch. have tried them all. Cue. and $1.00. Primer Class Lester Kirk, Russell Morefield, Mary Bello Leech. Nib-lack, dVu ijHhogs thirty cents, , t ar Guaranfoe Every Starclc Tlano is Ruarantccd for SS years. This guarantee lias baclc of It our 35 years of piano experience, and the reputation of an responsible piano bouse. 2nd-Ha- nd Bargains Player-Pla- n 50 Free Muslo Wc have constantly on band a large number of ilisullr used and scconddiand pianos of all standard makes taken in exchange for new Starck Pianos nnd Player-riawThe follow, ing are a few sample bargains : Lessens To every purchaser of Starck Pianos, we give free music lessons. In one of the best known srh'ioli In Chicago. Thcso lessons you can take Iu your own lnmv, Websr Stelnway Chlclcerlng Kimball Starck Sn-- $110.00 92.00 80.03 W.00 195.00 11. t. are Starck l'layfr-l'iinthe best and most beautl' ful Player Pianos on the market. You will be delighted with the many ext elusive features ot these wonderful Instruments, and' will be pleased with very low prices at wuch they can be secured. ,'- Plane P. A. STARCK PIANO by mail. 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