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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): January 14, 1915 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1915 cla1915011401_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.): January 14, 1915 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1915 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. CITY TIMES. Clay Crty, the SwriHmdlng Country and Ourselves. PUBLISHED EVERY THMMtAY. VOL. XX 0 ,t lg$, .J y THUUSDAY. JANUARY, J4. J9l5. STANTON. NO. 2 GETS PRIZE FOR OOKN. our citizen Passes to Reward Blisha Robert Winn Cox, one of the oldest and best known citizens of Powell county, passed peacefully away Tuesday morning after an illness of several days. Mr. Cox had been in his usual good health up to about a week before his death, when he was taken ill with stomach trouble and for several days no hope was held out for his recovery. Mr. Cox was born near Jones-villLee county, Virginia, on May 3, 1829, and would have been 86 years of age in a few months, lie was twice married, his first wife being Miss Susie Jane Pitman of near Bcattyville, who died in 1884, and his second wife, being Miss Mary Winn Crabtree, who survives him. He is also surviv- cd by one son, . Cox, of Qrccly Lee County, and five daughters, Mrs. Nannie N. Smith, of Torrent, Mrs. Margaret Pendleton, of Spokane, Wash., Mrs. Edna Ann Cole, of Millers Creek, Estill county, Mrs. Lucy E. Smith, of Crandon, Wis., and Mrs. Eliza E. Smith, of Radical, Lee county. Mr. Cox was formerly a farmer, and had also been surveyor of Lee county years ago, for nearly twenty years. He moved to Clay City four yera.a.g9wHe war a saiikibeY of the Masons, and also of the Knights of Pythias, having belonged to both orders lor about 25 years. He was a member of the Methodist church here, and always attended the services. In the death of Mr. Cox, Clay City loses one of her best citizens. He was a man that to know was to like, and he was a friend to all, both old and young. The bereav-- d family have the sympathy of the entire community in their trouble The funeral took place Wed nesday afternoon at 1 o'clock, burial being in the Eaton graveyard. Services were conducted by Rev. L. F. Mann, after which the Masonic order took charge of the ceremonies. A large number of relatives and friends from out of town attended the burial. e, A.-P- WEDDIKG ESLLS. QUARTERLY MHSTTJf O. The marriage of Miss Fnanic i;Thd second quarterly meeting Wright of this city, and Mr. A. B.i! ji the Clay City charge "will be Morris of Lexington, was solemn; held here Saturday and Sunday, ized last Monday morning nt thrt uunry 16 and 17, by the Rev. home of the bride's parents, Mr, o. R. Dcering, Presiding Elder and Mrs. Jain in II. Wright. ET of Lexington. H. Ritchie pastor of the Metho- IjDr. Dcering will preach Saturdist church ofliein ted. After the day night, and Sunday morning ceremony, Mr. nml Mrs. Morris and night and the sacrament of left on the 1 o'clock train for Lex- ihe Lord '3 Supper will be obscrv-od- . ington, where they will make their after the services Sunday future home. The groom is n morning. son of George Morris, former car Thc business meeting will be inspector here mid is employed held1 .after the preaching on Saturon the L. & N. day night and all officials of the church arc expected to attend the STORE nOVEI) TO CLAY CTY. ImsineEs sessions. Everybody is cordially invited. The Parmer 'a Urion store which has been located at Vaughn's Mill for the past eight months, has now moved into the Kenuon, building, and Manager Frank Kcnnon is getting 'things in shape for a big business. Frank is "right on the job" when it comes to handling mcrchundfcc, and beis a strong believer ing printers' ink, yo watch for their in ads, if you want some bargains. The store has been a success since its inception, and their move to Clay City, where they will have a wider field, was a wise, one. te, Virgil Rose, who took a few Mr. W. O. Rearick, of Nada, samples of his corn down to tho mado a business trip to our town Farmers' Week Corn-Shoat Lexington, last week, was awardlast week. Mr. T. G. Cole, of Knowlton, ed three prizes. Mr. Ron ia one-oPowell county's most ambitious made a business trip to our town young farmers, and although he last Friday. did not win first premium jb every There has been so much rain class he showed the Braegraes farthis week that no one has gone a mers that good corn can lie grown visiting and hence there is not in this county. On ten ars of much news this week. White Dent corn Mr. Rose got W. H. Elliott, State Secretary second prize ; on a single' ear of of the Christian church of Ken- white, second, and on a single tucky spoke Saturday night and ear of other than white or yellow, Sunday at the Christian church. he captured firat prize. This makes a pretty good showing in The writer had the misfortune to lose his cow last Saturday. She competition with the rest of Easthad eaten acorns the day before ern Kentucky. w f s- - WINCHESTER, BOY HARRIES, FREE SEEDS. Fletcher Barnett .Tho stockholders of the !uy of near Clay City, were visiting The U. S. Department of AgriCity National Hank held their with Lennie Crowe this past regular hiiiiuuI meeting Tuesdaj, week. Lennie is doing fine at culture through the kindness of Senator Johnson N. Camden have after which the directors limt h this writing. ineefilfg and elected the ollVers sent us a sack of seed, of which forthe coming year. There v. as Rev. J. C. Hanley was in Lex- one package will be given to each ington Tuesday and Wednesday 110 change made in either officer subscriber who calls at this office. and while there he heard the fa- Each package ordiiecti.rs. contains five smalmous tenor, Evan Williams, sing ler packages, one of watermelon, 5 at the Ben Ali. one of musk melon, one of Mr. and Mrs. -- STOCKHOLDERS' MEETINO. which probably caused herdeath. SCHOOL REPOHT FOR POWELL, census; A ,recent,irjCport. m tho- fact that bureau discloses there arc 2212 Powell county school children between the ages of 6 and 20 yuars, of whom 1065 or 48 per cent, attend school This report related to the census of 1910, but is just being made public. Six hundred and eighty- eight of these are between the ages of 6 and fl, and 321 of them attend Echool. From 10 to 14 years of age there are 790, with 500 attending school; Irom 15 to 17 there aic 395, with IS!) attending school, and from 13 to 20 there are 339, with ; attending sjaool. pf-ti- lettuce, and daugh- one turnip and one radish. Call M Lcwi3 Rupard and Miss ter returned to her home near early as the supply is limited. Lonnio Good, both of Winchester, Middletnwn Jast week. She has wcrcniarricdTuesday evening at been visiting her parents, Mr. Some bootleggers have been and Mrs. Ance Norton. Lexington, at the harae ofBrodKead-GarreMrs. Callie Davis - the Mr. J. II. Fitch, oi L:in2t0n, Division Freipht A govt of tho L. & N. was hero Tuesday 0:1 IniMiiess Mr. J. E. Burghe", who has been confined to th homo for somo weeks is again able to be around STANTOH COLLEGE, STANTON, ICY. Next Term Opens Monday, Jan. 4, 1914. One of the Best Schools in Kentucky. Courses In Agriculture and Domestic Science throughout Review Claues in the Common Branches will be Conduced the Term. By paying part of their Expenses in Work, Students pci Kates at the uormuory as iow as r. x may ! get For Information Write to Rev. J. C. Hanley, President, Stanton, Ky. Mrs. W. T. Ther'e was born to Mr. and Mrs. Rupard is the proprietor of Fred Blackburn on Monday of the Sanitary Bakery at Winches- this week a fine little girl. Mothter, and is well known to many er and baby are doing well. Mrs. Powell county people, who wish Blackburn's mother is with her. he and his bride every happiness. The W. C. T. U. women of y meeting Stanton held an DO LESS "CUSSIN." at the College and Christian church in the interest of StateIf some of our merchants would wide prohibition Thursday. Two t spend less time "cussin" the mail women speakers from abroad o'idcr houses and more time in 6poke in the Interest of the work. systematic advertising and en- As this goes to press before Thurscouraging the people to trade with day tho writer will have to wait them, there would be- less cause till next week to give a fuller to complain of the interference of account. tlx; mail order houses. Cadiz The college has been enjoined ilccoid. from receiving tho school money This might well apply to Clay from tho state for teaching. We City. Sovtral of our merchants cannot understand why any citi- complain about the inroads of the zpii of Stanton would want to mail order house into their trade, tako such action. Stanton Colbut they do not seem to notice lege is doing a splendid work for that the mail order people be our citizens, our young people lieve in advertising, and they must and for the town and for the think that a newspaper can bo wholo country arouud about. kept going on "hot air." These State Collet men say that our same men, when they are inter- students who como there to enter ested in a political campaign, are thoir Univorsity pass the highest always the first to urge the editor grades, far better than most of to rub it into tho other party, and the other schools in the state. if they have any free stuff to run, This colleutj is about the only re- thty don't forget the paper, but deeming feature of Stanton. It when it comes to paying for an ad in a wonderful blessing to our vertisement, it is against their people. Every teacher that teach- principles. es 111 this college is a splendid Advertising in The Times will Christian manor woman. They pay you. If you 'don't believe it,' are thoroughly equipped and trained for their work. Nothing let us convince you by a trial. but the best inllueiices and en- Mr. and Mrs. D. II. Matherlv viioninenM are allowed in the returaed Wednesday from Old sohool. Tho people who are sup. town, Ky., where they vere fail porting thin oollegosend in $0,000 ed a few days ago by tho suddon everv war to puy tho touchers. illness and death of Mr, Math- - The state only pays the. small erly'a sister, Miss Oaty Wel.l.J nutt of what it taken to run this I..' 1 ... 11 i It!.. U7t.l. ....(.-.- I aim, oismieriv M'hool. We save seveial Timieu juit' a few weekB a 550, tmd wax dollar uvery your by hav apparently In the bust of health io' tigs college. We would have building at that time. .u build a bisb Ward-M- r. all-da- ;firldeSVlUV:t ' operating around thv mill and in order to courage their efforts, a reward of $50 is being offered by the manl agement of for their ar- W tt ' the-mil- rest and conviction. r Mr. and Mrs. Dillard Estaes, .of Hardwick's Creek, are being congratulated on the arrival of a fine girl, who was born Sunday. and employ at least five teachers, buy the fuel, employ a janitor and numerous other expenses. Before this college came to our town the people paid a school tax of 1. 50, we are informed, and since the college came it has been as low as 20 cents on the $100. That is a big saving. This col lege will go right on just the same no matter what action the citizens take. But it means a. nu 1 I thou-ram- big saving to us to have the present arrangement with the college. It will save us tremendously in taxes. We get a better grade of teachers than we would otherwise get. The teachers are; of splendid character and have the best interest of our children at heart. Stauton College will do a great work for our. town if we w ill give it our help and If this college were to be taken away there would be noticing hero to stay for. The writer cairn) here to plua his children in this school. It is not a school of his owu faith but he in glad of tho opportunity of having Ids children educated within it walls and by its teachers. It seems to the writer that every loyal citizen of Stanton ought to come to its support. Spite work is the moat despicable kind of work. No college is perfect and no teacher is perfect. They mako mistakes, but we all do that. TFft A TIMES - SEN. ' CAMDEN IS VAUGHN'S MILL. (Too late for last week.) S. B. Rakc.r, one of the Damccratic Newspaper Eiglitecn'Ycars Old . EiT A CANDIDATE business men of this place, isjii Stanton on business this week. . leading . r FOR THE . kentuckian asserts he does NOT SEEK CHAIR OF CHIEF EXECUTIVE, aUiss juun uavis iniisneu ney. brothers school at Snow Creek which closed Friday. Thr IW IVflffclv in (his Srnflnn sniSUlMI'TlUN Tiir s RATE.? 1.0,0 per advance. ; He is a member of the bdard of equalization and has served with credit in this capacity formerly in i!0 OTHER POLITICAL DESIRES Prefers to Work for Upbuilding ' State in the Capacity of a Citizen. of Mr. James McKnight and little son, Clark, visited Mr. and Mrs, Geo. Dunaway of Little Creek, - M. P. O'MARA, A Sunday. C. J. Davis who has been teach ing school in tlark county, spending a few days with hlw patents at this place. Misses Fanny Mizc and Leila, Christopher were delightfully entertained at the home of Miss Zella Sams Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. 'HV.N'KI.' XI) PUBLISHER. Washington, I). C. Senator Camden, Ijitori'd an mail mat--- r whou taken whether ho will be n nt the Post Oflicc at Clay City) for governor of Kentucky, gave the following interview: i.'j , undOr the Act of Congress of "About a month ago when I de' reh 3, 1870. clined to discuss thu matter of making the race for the Democratic nomination for governor, it was because I A HOMK-MAD- K desired to give careful consideration PAPER. to the expressed wishes of persons throughout the state whoso opinions THURSDAY, JAN. 11, 1 V l. I value. I have now positively decided not to make tho race. "I do feel greatly indebted to the Democracy of the state for my nomiANNOUNCEMENTS nation for Senator at the primary luat We are authorized to announce August, and to tho people of Kentucky generally for their ratification of that A. M. LOWE nomination at the polls, in November. as a candidate for Representative Having been appointed by the Governfrom thi-- district, subject to the or to fill tho vacancy existing In tho action of the Democratic primary, Senate, 1 was naturally anxious to have the appointment approved by tho elecAugust 4, 1915. My ma torate of the Commonwealth. jority of 39,494 at the primary, cirry- eleven Congressional We are authorized to nnnouncc lng ten of the 33,039 at tho Novemdistricts, and of II. G. GARRETT ber election, carrying nine of the ;ts a candidate for Railroad Com- eleven districts over ray Republican opponent, went far beyond my most missioner in the Third Railroad sanguine expectations. Commissioners District. Subject "Furthermore as a matter of sentiAugust pri- ment I was deeply gratilied to occupy lo the action of the a "at In tho United States Senate mary. where my father, an old line Democrat, had served as the choice of the state of West Virginia. The two daughters of George ."The selection of a Governor, and Alexander, the Paris banker, who Indeed of all state officers, at this time, pleaded guilty to charges of em- is certainly a matter of tho utmost Importance. Kentucky stands at the bezzlement a few weeks ago, arc door of great opportunities, agriculnow passing around a petition tural, educational and commercial. posses-'fionoand forhi pardon. It. is to be WhetherallBho enters futuro takes In storof has that the hoped that they will not get for her, depends very largely upon enough signatures to have any waother her affairs are guided by a effect on the Governor. Of course, broad, sound and constructive policy. "Whatever may come to pass, It it is hard for a man with Mr. shall always bo my purpose as a priAlexander's upbringing to have vate citizen to give the faithful, earnto stay in prison and mingle with est service to my state and party which 1 feel that every citizen owes, tlm common herd, whose money .and thus to evidence my profound ho stole, but it is no harder that sense of obligation to the people of , it will be for some of the widows Kentucky." o BEST VALUES -:- - IN , John Burgher of! din-- ! this community served a fine which a host of young folks ticipated. ner Friday, New Years Day in par- i Mrs. Mcintosh an aged citizen of upper Little Creek passed quietly away the first of the week. Cause was said to be old age and infirmities; she was laid to rest in the Wells graveyard Tuesday. Mr. Morgan McICinney from Winchester, who recently purchased the splendid Lylcs farm for $7,250, is here on business. lie has also placed several head of cattle at this farm to be cared for during the winter. Miss Elizabeth Lylc, from Pilot View, Clark county, is visiting her Clothing, Shoes, Overcoats, Ladies Cloaks, Dress Goods, Millinery iiB Furnishings, 9 i GO TO- - j Williams asnr many friends and relatives at this place. Mr. Lylc's folks ure former residents of this place and are tenderly remembered by all who knew them. The Board of Directors of the Farmers Union Store together with the business manager, Mr. Frank Kennon and others were inquite busy Monday takig-ftventory of their stock of goods that are being removed to Clay City. n y if and orphans who suffered at his hinds, to start their savings all over again. Mr. Alexander had every opportunity in the world to make money and live easy, ami hrcnusc of the position he hold, lu's fall brought many others down If he is obliged to serve out his sentences, which aggregate about eight years, he will have no harder time than many of those he rob bed without a thought, and his punishment may have a deterrent effect on some others who might be inclined to follow his footsteps Let the law take its course. Hon. Green Garrett was in town Monday, and in spite of tho fact that he was, as usual, very busy, he found time to look us up, and havo his announcement as a candidate to succeed himself on tho Railroad Commission, inserted in The Times Mr. Garrett needs no comment or introduction to tho people of "Powell county, whero lie is as well known as at his home in Winchester. As the moving spirit of tho Brodhead Garrott Company, which is now practically the only employer of labor to any extent in tho county, lie is known to nearly every man in this neighborhood, and none will be found that have not a good word for him. Mr. Garrett expects to have no opposition in the Republican primary, and as yet, no Democrat has announced Ids intention of making the race. FOR SALE. house with three Western part of Clay City, adThursday. joining the property of Mr. Coleman Portwood. Apply to J. W. Misses Mary and Emma Rogers BALLARD. and Nelson' and llisle Rogers, visited their grandparents here this week. LEXINGTON HERALD A ON Real Estate and Insurance. PILOT We Buy and Sdl Farm nnd City t The prayer meeting at the Property of all kinds. We have some church is progressing nicely. nice farms in Clark and adjoining Will Edmonds and son visited counties for snle or rent. Write us John Edwards and family this what you want. week. We write all kinds of Insurance. Mrs. D. C. Hall and little daughlots in TRACY AND ST0KELY. ter, Lulu, visited Mrs. John Kin-se- r Office, Main Street, Winchester, By arrangement the Ratekin Seed House of Shenandoah, Iowa, one of the oldest, best established seed firms in the country will mail a opy of their Big Blustratcd Seed Catalogues. This book is complete on all farm and garden seeds. It tells how to grow big yields and all about the best varieties of Corn for your locality: also Seed Oats, Wheat Barley, Speltz, Grasses, Clovers, Alfalfa, Pasture and Lawn Mixtures, Seed Potatoes and all other farm and garden seeds. This Book is worth dollars to all in want of seeds of any kind. IT'S FREE to all our readers. Write for it today' and Ky. mention this pa.per. The address RATEKIN'S SEED HOUSE, FREE TO FARMERS SEEDS special ' Shenandoah, Iowa- - RAILROAD & TIME TABLE Com- - puny. Weed and Sid Townsend and Tom and Clayton Hull, of this Send your shoes by parcel post, On Sept. lo the Lexington place, made a business trip to Wcstbouul. and have tliein repaired in tho best ICastbouiul. Herald unnotuu'eil that from (lute Campton Junction, this week. way. and with tho best material its muiling list would lie No. 4. No. 1. Several from here attended Send money with the shoeo. mi u striutlv cash in ml- Dally. .)a!ly. vunce bais, nil subscribers beini: church at Barker sehoolhouse Half Soles, sowed 90c, nailLexingtou 2:G0P.M 7:03 A.M! discontinued on the first and Saturday night and Sunday, and ed 65c. 1:43 P.M. 7:55A.M. Winchester Iitteentli ot eaeii iiiontii who report a good meeting 1:30 1.M. were not paid in advance. This Boys' and Women's Ilnlf Soles, sew- - S:15 A.M.I L. & E. June. llcrshell Hull, of Big Branch, M. Cluy City 1:00 S:40 A.M.I practice was adhered to from nailed 50c. cd 75c. visited his parents this week, and that dute, but on the IB of De- accompanied his father, D. C. Hall Rubber heels, Men, G5c, Women 50c. 3:27A.M. Camp. Junct. 12:22 P.M. Maloney U:1DA.M. 0:18A.M. cember it was decided by The on a business trip to North Fork 10:20A.M. Jackson Leather heels, Men, 35; Women 25c. 1:20A.M. Herald to continue till subscrib Wednesday. 0:48 A.M. 2:02 P.M. Iladdlx ers whose subscriptions expired atpost work receives prompt 8:0C A.M Hazard 1:44 P.M.I between that dute mid tho li ot Jesse Barker, of Carter county, Parcel tention. Wultesburg January tn the last named date, roturned hero at his mother's C:i!0A.M. 3:33 P.M.j D:40A.M. 4:18 1M. Mclloborts thus giving ample time for ull death, and will take the two little CHAS. BALMUT who have been in the habit of children back to make their home No. 2. No. 3. Winchester, Ky. puvini: on the first of the year t with him. Dally. Ual'y do so before the expiration date Lexington 8:60 A.M t:45 P.M.! Thev also oll'er the rale of $5.00 8:00AM. Winchester 2:37P.M. to all of those subscribers who A Test for Liver Complaint. A AA A J A A A 7:37 A M 2:53 P.M.I I & U. June, pay the full year in advance be- Mentally Clay City 7:00 A.M Unhappy Physically, 3:28 P.M.). " fore January lf. 4:12P.M. Camp. June, j 0:19AM... DU11. A dally newspaper was never n.'OOP.M.) G:3GA-iMuloimy CO., H. LACY & The Liver, sluggish and inacn more welcome visitor to a home (5:00P.M.! 4:45AM Juekseii than is bus been for mouths past tive, first shows itself in a mental Qulcltwaml 4:31 A 0:13 P.M.I Real and as it will b for months to state unhappy and critical. No. 3. No. , come. The great war of Europe Never is there joy in living, as DaKDally. seems just in its beginning, while when the Stomach and Liver are HOUSES POR SALIi AND HUNT t nt4& jRoksoti G:30 A.M.I trouble seems again brewing on doing their work. ,Keep your LivHartdK 3:43 A tho Mexican border. The mar- er active and healthy by using Dr. CITY PROPERTY A SPECIALTY ' 0:47 A M.i 3:2C I ' 8:48 A.M.1 Hazard kets, on account of the unsettled King's New Lifo Pills; they s T 10:4:1 A.M.) Wliltiwlmig conditions ubroad and at home, empty the Bowels freely, tone up 12:40 H. continue to vary constantly and your Stomach, cure your Consti $ Room 200 McEldowney Dldg Phone 94 Jl :30 A.M.', Mcltobtirts a dally newspaper is an absolute pation and purify tho Blood, 25c. .WINCHESTER, KENTUCKY. W. A ItUSSKLU-P- . necessity to the farmer for. his at Druggist. T. M. Buckleu.'s Arnica protection. LoulsMI Salvo excellent for Piles. It con-dtietf- CASH BASIS Lantern ltuflriny il Prices-Men'- s , j t j j ; Estate I (1 I I i I . I A it days, ever since the arrival of a fine son at his place. Tho dogwood, for which this Miss Rosa Smith, of Wayne-towsection is famous, is being rapidly spent a couplo of days with cut out. her aunt, Mrs. C. C. Curtis. C. B. Ilatton, who has been Everett Barlow has returned to away for tho past few days, rehis home in Lexington, after a lumed Friday. week's hunting around here. Theso pretty days start us thinkMr. and Mrs. Henry Smithson ing about fixing things up for tho and daughter, Mrs. J. P. Wallace, spring work on tho farm. spent Sunday at tho home of Mr. Somo of our slow ones are hav- and Mrs. Tom Ware. ing their land advertised in The After a pleasant visit of Times for taxes. Better pay up davs with her mother. Mrs. among them. if you are mithson, Mrs. J. P. Wallaco a"hd Thero is still somo corn in the son, E. L., returned to their home fields that has not been gathered, in Lexington. hut it's pretty cold to. go into a Mrs. Henry Smithson celebrated field and work at it theso frosty her 64th birthday last Saturday mornings. with an elegant dinner. Those Meadows and Miss present were Everett Barlow, and Mr. Jackson Dora Wilburn wero married on Mrs. J. P. Wallace and son, of tho 8th by Justice of tho Peace Lexington, Mr. and Mrs. T. B. C. A. Means. Tho ceremony took Ware, Misses Lillic and Mary place at the homo of . K. Smithson, Walker Combs and C. C Curtis. Mrs. Curtis was not presMeadows. ent owing to the death of her brother, John McPherson, in Clay VHtDEN. City. (Too late for last week.) C. C. Curtis made a business trip BOWEN. to Stanton Tuesday. (Too late for last week.) Sam McPherson, of Illinois, merchant, reports G. visited J. M. Everman, at West a big business for the recent year. Bend, Tuesday. R. L. Stamper, of the Cash Store E. D. Curtis is all smiles these WILD OAT BRANCH. n, SATISFIED? Ill -- iMff H J I Are you satisfied, Mr. Farmer, to start out to market with a heavy load of tobacco on that old wagon? If not why not look into the merits of The Mitchell The Mitchell Wagon has satisfied the most exacting farmer for the past seventy-eigh- t years. t t A. FILSON MILLING CO., X Why Take ChancesGet the Tried Kind Manufacturers and Dealers in Meal, Chop, Crushed and Shelled Corn ti ? z T- THE MITCHELL For Sale Only By J. A. L. Frazier, . . Prop'r, . -l rvy. feint, riison. V.. Postoffice. Bowen, Ky. Shipping IGrubbs and Benton, Hardwick and Our fall Co., Cor. Main and Broadway, Winchester, Ky. & Fall ana Winter Goods. and winter goods are now in, and we invite you to call and see them. We know your wants and are premon- pared to supply them, and at prices that will save you ey. 'High Quality and Low Prices" is our motto. Walk-Ov- er Are sole agents ror Queen Quality shoes for women, tboct for men, .Hart Schaffner & Marx and The Mitchlesj Brand mens suits, Sweet Orr & Co. corduroy pants and overalls, Arrow brand mens' shirts and collars, Stetson and Astor brand mens patterns. and boys"3iats, Pictoral Review dress dress goods, See our'lines of mens odd pants, ready to wear hats, womens', misses' and childrens' coats, Balmocaan coats for women and men, neckwear, hosiery, beds, mattresses sweaters, raincoats, comforts, blankets, springs, chairs, sewing machines. for it will be to your interest. In fad, anything you need wagons We handle the ,Biinl by the carload, and can save you money on a wagon. Roasted coffee 12 I -- 2c per lb. HARDWICK STANTON, & COMPANY, KENTUCKY. made a flying trip to Winchester, LOMBARD. "ently. Mrs. Lizzie Combs is the guest . P. Crabtrec, our Commission ot airs. Liua Mullens this week. J reliant, went to Lexington, on Born to Mr. and Mrs. Everett t rkey business a few days ago. . iianKs on iNcw rears, a tine boy. I. L. Frazier, made a flving trip o Winchester, last Tuesday on a' "an ana oia xownscnu, ot look for gold, but reports a panic Pilot, were here on business last ivriuay. i: on. Mr. and Mrs. Ike Mullens were Ewing, the blacksmith, is Pard still singing" Oh, my honey babe the guests of Marion Mullens last while he hammers away on the Sunday. anvil. Harve Hanks, of this place, lias Miss Nora West has bten visit resumed his old job, grading luming Mrs. Mattie Ewing for a few ber at Nadu. days left for her home at Stanton Tpm Hall, Sid Townscnd and Monday. Clayton Hall, of Pilot, are here Miss Ella Ponder, who has been logging for Ford & Co. visiting her sister, Mrs. Tom SulB. livan, at this plaoo went home place, F. Martin and wife, of this were visiting friends and Tuesday. relatives at Genet last week. Markus Adams, our Commission Brodhcad-Garrett- s Band mill at Tobacco Merchant, went to Nada is fast going up and will bo Wednesday on a big toready for sawing in a month or so. bacco deal. Sam Martin died at tho home Mr. and Mrs. Taubly Bowen en- of Marshall Neal last Wednesday tertained a large party of young morning. Burial same day at folks, at their home Sunday night Nada cemetery. with sacred music on tho Phono graph. John Combs is out before daylight and in after dark with his Messrs It. L. Stamper, "Red" team, hauling for the community. Faulkner, Willard Day, Itussell John is somo hustler. Miller, Bill Faulkner, of Middle- town, Ohio, Joe Faulkner, J. Ij. J. E. Woodford, of Nada, and Frazier, N. Q. Hemphill, and Miss Mollie Martin, of Hue liidge, Misses Maude Hanks, Nellie- Stam Wolf county, wero married Christ per, Mandy Meadows, Janie mas day at the home of the brides parents. Hobbs and Nora Wst. v ' Lex-inyton, Where to Eat in Winchester inci they will tell you JONES' RESTAURANT Cor. Ataln & Washington. f WW WW WW; PITA C STOCK, 5(100,000 SURPLUS AND UN DIVIDED PROFITS, OO.OOO OA U .1 TIIK a Winchester Bank, UP WlNDHHTKK, III, N.IIUI.I.Y WlTIIBKMI'OON, PlIKH. OAMIUKK. W. It. Sl'llAlt. VOUU ACCOUNTS HOMCITHI) jf.V - "ii M .j &.s t.j t'3 is iS VI U iixl liY BOSWORTH IN RACE FOR GOVERNORSHIP Chip of "The Flying IF State Auditor Who Has Helped By IN OLD KENTUCKY railroad companies and other Corporations liable to a franchise tax had been inadequately assessed for many years, and consequently were not paying their fair proportion ot the taxes due tho ctate and the counties and cities t'cereln. During my campaign for auditor In 1911, I pledged UiOjpeo-lithat, if elected. I would fully! and fairly Investigate this subject and, If I found that tue fianch sea ot these corpotatlons wcro not fairly assessed, as chairman of tsie beard I would-usmy power to correct any ofTlclal delinquency that had theretofore existed In that respect. Soon after entering upon my official duties as auditor 1 caused a careful examination to be made of the reports made by all corporations tor assessment purposes to ascertain whether these corporations in : c past had been adequately assessed for the purposes of llmllng out tho truth as to the actual value of this character of property In the state. I had this information carefully prepared, In writing, and when the t m-- J atnc to assess theso franchises laid it before my colleagues on this board. Tho result of the Investigation I made of this subject showed that most of the small companies doing business In the ttcte had previously been propel ly assessed; but the large corporations of tho state, those with f.rcat power and rolitlcal Influence, grossly had been (either by design or through Incom- I pfrw" r examples of favoritism extended bv e e under-assessed KATHLYN WILLIAMS of to Bring About Fairer Valuation oi Franchises ot Big lllmtlrmtmJ from Photographi Stan in t A Photo Drmmm of tho Somo Homo Corporations Is a Candidate For Oemoc.at.c Nomination fif '51 iljt - BBBBBBBm ' itviM iIbbbbbbM' Tb Orlcinaflr publlihed In Popular Mra-tin-e. Copyright by Street & Smith. Norel publuhed by C. W. DUIinghun Co. Written by B. M. Dower. Picture Pity ud Photogrtpba Copyright by RUNNING ON RECORD AS Sells Polyscope-Company- . PUBLIC SERVANT fjvl- s$ But at last I got rid of tho obnoxious Dunk by turning him over to my Full Day's Work For Full Day's Pay and a square Deal In brother. While Dunk and my brother were Taxation For Hich and Poor having their business talk, I found that Alike In His Platform. Chip and the boys had gone on eoxno errand out on the range. In sheer curiosity, I determined now to have a To the Democrats of Kentucky: After due reflection I have fully delook at the place where Chip lived. 1 boldly entered the bunkhouse and cided to become a candidate for the governor found the foreman's section. There Democratic nomination for ot this great utatc. I do this with a were no end of surprisingly good high responsibility books, Tennyson, Kipling, Bacon, Vol- full sense of toe obligataire and Shakespeare. And while I incurred, if nornlraled, and the will rest upon me If elected. Idly handled a Shakespeare, I found a tions that I have teen n Democrat all my life drawing. It was captioned: "The Old bYbYbYbYbYbYbYbYb'iMw snd have never voted against a party Maid's Credential." And the face of nominee. lly father before mo was the old maid was myself. It was a r.'id I an proud to say caricature, pure and simple. And I a Democrat, flvj brothers of the same that I haws 'should have been Indignant. But I faith, all 3n equally of whem have could not be indignant. In the light of lcyal with myself to the Democratic the fact that the drawing was surpris- faith, and I now isk that the people ingly good. I remembered, then, all or this grpat commonwealth shall j r ('C t it of that Mrs. Bennett had told me of her Oas Transportation xorm their judgment of my character, tto C!ncin:"tl son's artistic abilities. And now this be fianchlsc of this comexcellent drawing, though It ridiculed honesty and Intelligence and fitness comrrny. HENRY M. Mrs. me, corroborated Bennett's for the office, after a critical exam- pany was p&sesEcd for tho year 1911 ination of my official conduct, and at $nO.S2-- and raid to the state taxes praises. tended by the companies that IBg, Ot course I had not let my brother after malting careful inquiries of i.n ti.rt nfscscmcnt amounting to ! property of the railroad compaafoa to my reputa- $15-1For the year 1912 tho franchise know who Chip was. I had not told those who know me as and fair dealing to of this company was assessed by the was assessed at more than its real him that Chip was Mr. Claude Bennett, tion for honecty Is valuo by the present board), and that ell men, and It for them to say ' i.roscnt board the millionaire banker's son. Nor had whether I am entitled to a continua- to the state at ?1. SCO. 385 and paid the assessment against farm lands that year the sum of I over for a moment given Chip the and city lots must be raised befora conin taxes, nnd tion of that support nnd of least reason even to suspect that I fidence they hrve In the past the gen- each succeeding year. a like sum for the assessment against the property so who he was. knew During the four years of my ad- cf the railroad companies could be erously accordt'd me. And now, as I viewed this excellent While acting as treasurer ot the ministration this one company will increased. drawing, this caricature of "the old I do not believe the farm lands ot etate during tse fearful financial have paid to (he state in taxes on its maid doctor," who should enter, with- panic of 11107. I maio such disposition fianchlBO on the assessment made by this state are generally assessed for Chip himself. out warning, but of the funds of the state in my care this board the sum of $37,324, where- taxation and valuation as low as one-ha- lf I was at first Inclined to be abashed during that cr'tlcal timo as to pre- as, had this board permitted the of their real value. If the value at his finding me there In his "den." serve tho cred!' of tho state1, without ot previous yearc to standf of tho farm lands of this state should But the opportunity to chide him for Imperiling or destroying the credit of i would In four years have paid the be estimated by capitalizing the net the drawing was not to ba overlooked a single institution in the state and elate ?61G. The state will have re- Incomo derived therefrom on the even to apoloche for Intruding in Mf without the Ion of a single dollar ot ceived frcm this company on the in basis of 6 per cent, which method Is home. So, ignoring me tact that i the state's fund!;. crease of Its assessment in four years employed to find tho value of railroad should not have been discovered there cf the state, by virtue die sum of $35,708. enough to pay the property. It would bo demonstrated and should at least try to make some of his office, is chairman of tho board salary of. state auditor for ten years. that real estate at present is assessor lame explanation, I instead said: of valuation and assessment ot the The total assessed value of the "So excellent an artist as you, Chip, state of Kentucky, which board has franchises ot all corporations In thei ct approximately the full value thereof. In other words, If the same mods should not be devoting his time to entrusted to It a duty which Is of rtate for the taxing year ot 1911 was ascertaining value Ho should be in the art cen- more Importance to the people ot the 14S.241.C47. on which the state re-- or method of should be applied to And the value ot 21R.S2. ters of the world, improving the tal- ctate than any other duty connected relvn.-- In tnTpa thn sum nt real estate It would be shown that ents that God gave him." I said all with that office. It is the function The total assessed value of the' as I showed ot that board, of which I 'Javo franchises of all corporations In thai leal estate Is assessed nt its full this with biting sarcasm, court, preliminary to Ishim the caricature. been chairman for the past three state made by tho present board, ofj value. The suing an Injunction, required these lie looked scared. He had never years, to value and assess for which I am chairman, for the year companies to pay on a valuation meant me to ace that drawing. taxation, the franchises of all railroad 1913 was $1 32.421.4 15, on which the any sum they had "it's on me," he blurted, abjectly. companies and public service corpora- taxes due the state amounted to greatly in excess of years. Tho aggrepaid on In previous "What can 1 do to be saved!" tions doing business within the state. 1612.107. On this assessment in the of taxes "Draw some more but choose sub- This character of property forms a Increase of the revenues of the state gate Increase in the amount year jects more worthy and subjects whom considerable proportion ot the total amounted to 1370.889 a year. In four paid by these companies in the about you esteem more highly," I said. property In the state and the cars the increase in revenues of the 1912 ovor tho year 1911 was 1914 taxable 1913 and He looked sheepish enough, and to amount of taxes these companies arc ptate frcm this source will amount to $125,000. In tho years a like sum wns collected from these hide bis embarrassment he now an- rsqulred to pay Is dependent upon the $1,500 WO In round numbers. During the three years nounced that he was looking for bis nature of the assessment made Trc four largest railroad compa companies. gun. against them. That is, If the assess-sten- t res in tho tnte brought suit In the' of my administration these four comthe state $376,000 he mur"Where's my of their property is too low, trrlci.-t- l eorirt In Kentucky enjoining' panies have paid paid by them than these corporations will not be charged tho ceHr.ctlon of the Increased taxes more In tnxesperiod wastimo under the mured. during a like of "Going to shoot some one?" I asked. with their full share of the public levied on tuclr franchises. Toe prln-flimy Immediate of "I'm going to shoot my best friend!" fcurden. If too high, then the owners f rounds rolled upon by these ndmlnlstratlon pendthereof pay more than their fair pro- companies to maintain their suit was, predecctsors. Theso suits now ho replied. ing, when decided, will determine "Good heavens!" I protested. "Your ( portion ot the taxes of the state. in substance, that the farm lands and taxos these combent friend. Who, may I ask, do you i It was a matter of common report other real estate in Kentucky was not finally the amount of pay annually to and general belief among the people assessed at more than one-hadeem to be your best friend?" of its panies will havo to the Ftnto In tho future, nnd the quesI think that somehow I experienced ot this state that the franchises of real value .(tt was not seriously con--J tion of the real value of this property a little tiny feeling ot jealousy. "Best will no longer be open to discussion. friend" seemed to me to be some one it Is Important that the question of tinued his study ot my picture openly, lu bis life of whom I had never heard. noon i which was plain as tho brazenly sizing it up as a connoisseur vn'ue ot these franchises should bo my Imrtc, Silver," ho said. "Sli- h. "It's jco that now Chlp'B best trlond Judicially dotormlned and forever ver has broken Ins leg. And now I've none other than tho "old maid and a critic who knew his business. because the belief has prea!lod tot. to kill him to put htm out of his d. :r." So, you see, I was making Perhaps it was just Imagination on my state among all the people fur misery." Chip." part, but I felt that he showed some in thisyears headway In the game with "my that the big corporations "'.Nothing of the sort!" I cried, now eurprlso at my work not, mark ycu. cme cf'tho state were always active In my workaplomb surprise at the excellence ot with all my provisional CHAPTER VIII. manship, but astonishment at Its poor politics of tho two dominant partiei uroubcd. "I'll save your best friend. of quality. And this aroused my ire. To lit fne state, with tho end in view I'll set hla leg." My Hero. get even with him I handed him a let- being favored in the assessment of "Impossible!" cried Chip. A few dayB after tho day on which I their franchises. With franchises of "Nothing U liiipojslble to those who became, by Implication, Chip's "best ter I had just written, saying: corporations assessed at their real "Ob, Chip, won't you give this letter will," I retorted, by way of reprimand. friend" his horse Silver having been aa they should be, the corpora"Yo, i get I lie bos ready to help me. relegated to second place in tho foreto Weary to take to tho mall, I un- valuo, will be taken out of politics In 1', 1'iine right away." Weary Is starting for town at tions man's affections I was busy in the derstand this state, as they ought to be. my sur- "best room" In the ranch house busy once." Ami I run to the house, got As auditor of the state for the past He glanced at tho superscription. It gical kit and before the shades of painting. Yes, I am compelled here three years I have also been a memnight settled on the Flying U, 1 had set to divulge my secret. I was at that read: Dr. Cecil Granthum, etc. ber of the sinking fund commission I saw blm twinge all over. It was a ot the state and, having Information tho leg of Silver. The animal was safe time an "artist" as well as doctor. ot in his stall. And the best friend Well, on this day In question, I was twinge of jealousy. This was just calned while acting In that capacity, Chip of the Flying U was saved from sitting by the window In my brother's what I wanted. I was getting even ;i believe I am thoroughly familiar untimely dcuth. "best room" painting, when who should with hlm'for that twinkle that- came with the fiscal affairs ot the state. And that night, at supper, Chty, for rtass the wiudow and look in and see into his eye while he viewed r paintI am In favor of and, If elected, ing. To him, Dr. Cecil the first time since my arrival at the my work who but Chip hlmselt? will advocate the passage ot a law ranch, spoke words that were akin to "Hello!" he cried, viewing out of sounded, ot course, like a man that will require that all state supwhat I afterward learned he really felt. tho corner of bis eye the picture on "A dear friend of mine vc-- y d ar," plies used at all state Institutions to He said: which I wus working. "I see there Is a I volunteered, wickedly, be purchased by the competitive bid"So I see," he said, crestfallen. "All ding system, and that the lowest open "Delia Miss Wblttnorc up to to- real artist in camp. Now I can tako a night my best friend was Silver. But lesson or two. Behold mo at your feet, right, I'll give It to Weary to take tb bid for supplies furnished all Institutown." ,,ow Weary, you chump, pass tho mistress of art I" tions be accepted, and I believe the During tbla speech, a rather long hash!". luonunueu next mouki. r- state could easily save $100,000 a year speech tor Chip, I noted that he con l . SO-S1 The-auditcow-boyiol j-nl lf sot-t'eia. sfljlf Btf.LHf4lL.LLLiisLH; bsbYbYbYbYbYbYbYbYbYbYbYbYbYbYbYbYbYbI BOSWORTH. by inaugurating such & system. I am in favor ot and will work for. if elected governor, the establishment of a system ot taxation that will be fair and Just to rich and poor alike. and that will cause the listing of per- sonal property for taxation, which low, because of the rate ot taxation hi- many taxing districts, does not pay any taxes at all, and that will place the burden of taxation where It belongs, on those best able to bear t. I am in favor ot such legislation, ir of a constitutional amendment, f necessary, to put a fixed and ' .3 limit upon the rate of taxation in Kentucky, a step which I btileve will cause our officials to follow a policy of economy and efficiency In the handling ot the people's funds. I am opposed to the convict labor I system and favor the abolition of the present contract system and the elimination of the competition with organized labor that Is the direct result of It. I am In .favor of the use of convicts to produce what Is needed by the state Institutions and of the pur chase of a farm on which they may labor In tbe open air to produce tho foods needed in these Institutions. I am In thorough sympathy with the farmer, having been a farmer and living on a farm all my lite. I will do all I can as governor for the great agricultural interests of Kentucky nnd the men and women engaged In il. As long as the farmer is pros-- I erous every other Interest In tho state is prosperous, and all her people share In disaster to them as well i.8 In their prosperity. If I am elected governor I will do nil 1 can to further the good roads and all that Is nosalh'e t secure a liberal appropriation for th schools and their continued Improvement. I If the people want for governor ot the state a man who will devote hi., time nnd what talents he may have entirely to their welfare, without rc- tarJ to any future political preferment (for I Jjelleve there can be no ' I igher ofllco, certainly no higher hen-rthan the governorship ot the state in which I was born and reared), then I want the nomination. There is no reason why the officials nt tue state should fall to give to the state the crme devotion to duty as Is exacted ly any business corporation ot Its employes, and I promise, the people 'rot only to devote that time myselt to their Interests, but, so far as may have the power to see that every other employe in executive depart ments of the state government doe.--, the same. A full day's work for a full days pay will be the motto followo-- ) in the governor's office If 1 am elected, and It will apply to all the other departments over which 1 may bav oven the semblance of control or .Influence. HENRY M. HOSWOllTli. r, I Old Papers for Sale at Thu Times Office. IN , wraiimnu .ii . - nw r. Tmi"rfr. Everman, Sarah, 50 ac. adj. Geo. Everman, $3.31. J Everman, Rich, 45 ac. adj. D. .Morchcad, $2.54. - Sheriffs Sale TAXES. FOR o ango, $6.74. nccr, James, 35 ac.. adj. -. Al-Lnia- r, $14.25. 3 Howard, James, Todd, $7.86. 2G rn, Win., ac. adj. I'ctc Caudle, $1.49. ac. adj. G. Moore, Melvina, 2 ac. adj. As SheiifT o Powell county,, I Martha Gay, $5.20. will on Monday, February 1, ae. adj. John Rice. J. W., 22 lil 15, at the Court House door in Kioe, $2.85. y anton, Ky., between the hours of Stanhope, Marg. B., adj. Sql n) a. m. and 4 p. m., sell to the Stanhope, $13.24. LighiNt and best bidder for cashj Swope, C. J., 50 ac. adj. T. J. ill; following described property Cooper, $8.24. i.r so much thereof as may be Stewait, Chas., 5 ac, $3.25. necessary to satisfy the taxes due Willis, M.. C, 41 ac. adj Francis ; ncreon for the year 1914. Sale Vivian, $10. 75. to cover penalty, interest and Winburn, M. B., 183 ac. adj.. coits. Martin, $41.69. jHardwick's Creek. Virden, District No. 1. Harnett, W. W., 60 ac. adj. B. Baker, Jones, 80 ac. on Cope's S. Burgher, $1.92. Creek, $3.34. B urns, Lillie, 50 ac. adj. J. Mize Hakcr, "Vm., 2 ac. adj. Pete $2.55. Todd, $4.18. Hurst, Mrs. J. It., 200 ac. adj. Curtis, Sarah, 30 ac. adj. Mar- Mclvin Gravitt, $10.18. tini Martin, $5.62. Howell, Gtandon, 70 ac. adj. J. Everman, G. W. 50 ac adj. B. D. iiarnes, $3.15. V. Berry, $5.69. Jackson, W. L., 65 ac. adj. G. W. Clark, $8.24. Lcdford, F. B., 450 ac. adj. Keep it Handy For Rheumatism. Proiton Smith, $19.85. Lcdford, John, 75 ac. adj. F. B. No use to squirm and wince and Lcdford, $8.63. Iry to wear out Rheumatism. It : or r... V. J., 50 ac. adj. John will wear you out instead. Apply Mize, $5.18. Noland Heirs, 15 ac. adj. Geo. some Sloan's Liniment. Need not in just let it penetrate all Dunaway, $1.49.i;uhit Snowden, G. B., 55 ac. adj. through the affected pain. You Julie Puckett, $2.83. 'rot ease at once and feel so much Wasson, Susie 35 ac. adj. John better you want to go right out Bishop, $1.56. Stanton Precinct, and tell other sufferers about Anderson, Geo., 15 ac. adj. Bill Sloan's. Get a bottle of Sloan's Lamb, $3.87 Ijinimcnt for 25 cents of any drugBlunt, Nelson, 1 ac. adj. btanton gist and have it in the house lot, $7.15. Brandenburg, Sam, 60 ac. adj. auainst Colds, Sore and Swollen Joints, Lunlbago, Sciatica and like Joe Hampton, $6.74. Campbell, G. B., 100 ac. adj. ailments. Your money back if not Bill Conway, $6.68. sithficd, but it docs give nlmost Dunaway, Willis, 100 ac. adj. instant relief. Buy a bottle today. Bill Neal, $4.18. Eastin, I), ll., adj. w. u. Oil Papers for Sale at The Frazicr, $4.80. Faulkner, Lloyd, 1 ac, Stanton, Times Office. -' -; r $7.36. Ilatton, Mrs. Mary, 50 ac; adj. Thos. Ross, $2.56. Hanks, Van, 1 ac. adj. W. T. Gainboe, $3.88. Haidwick, S. II., 1 lot, Stanton, 1-- Ilatt, Laura, 45 ac.'$4.06. ' Willoughby, $6.68. . .. Sin, 40 ac. aoO ac. adj. K. adj. Alvi Hon, $8.27. V- 2 $12.89. land, A. B., adj. Geo. Rcddix, - , Pitts, Alfred, 75 ac. adj. Johi Smith, $5.14. Willoughby, Andy, 50 ac. adj. G. . . , o., 35 ac. Lewis, $4.75. -- adj. J. P. rs' Chapel Precinct. O'is, 60 ac. adj. Cliff ac. ac, 'I ' ' $5.96. Grover, 50 MntP"s Rogers, $5.1S. Goodwin, adj. - H.JIowell, $19.32. Powell, Win., 35 ac. adj. Preston Johitson, $4.85. Patton, Jasper, Jr., 35 ac. adj. Jo?pcr Patrick, $5.19. Roberts. David. 65 ae. adj. Jas. Rogers, $5.18. Roberts, J. II., 67 ac adj. Dave Roberts,, $5.92. Townsend, Melvin, 35 ae. adj. Joe Mullins, $4.12. Townsend, Sarah, 40 ac. adj. Jas. Mjirtin,, $2.76. Wasson, John, 30 ac. adj. P. II. Howell, $4.11. Robert Bellamy, $5.34. Hall, IT. H., 50 ac. adj. J. B. Rogers, $4.42. Harris, Bon, 50 ac. adj. Win. Sparks, $5.19. Biandinburg, Jas., 85 ac. adj. Geo. Lyle, $6.73. Howell, Jas. M., 40 ac. adj. Reuben Crowe, $4.31. Howell, Louis, J., 30 ac. adj. Thos. Howell, $4.56. Meadows, T. G., Guardians, 52 ac. adj. J. B. Rogers, $1.90. Meadows, A. J., 60 ac. adj. Fred Kinser, $4.56. Maples, Charles, 253 ac. adj. P. Frank, 50 adj. $5.96. Townsend, John, 2 ac. adj Floyd Hilton, $4.00. Bowen Precinct. Walters, Jas., 30 ac. adj., Boss Centers, E. M., 50 ac. adj E alters, $4.44. Walters, John, 15 ac. adj. P. Meadows, Forkncr, Emmett, 50 ae. adj .iciiaidson, $2.15. Williams, A. D., 44 ac. adj. Levy Frazier, $6.73. Hatton, L. G., 60 ac. adj. J. J. jiii3 Mastin, $2.59. Walteis, o. n., d ac adj. Boss Reed, $6.38. Hatton, Weed, 40 ac. adj. Dick . alters, $4.42. Wrignt, S. J., 15 ac. adj. Bill Ilatton, $6.74. Knox, G. W., Sr., 6 ac. adj. Crit i lis, $1.78. Williat n, Fannie, 2 Clay City Knox, $4.44. Knox, Carl, 80 ac. adj. Sam ts, $9.a.. $2.53. Colored List, Virden Precinct Meadows, Elisha, 50 ac. adj Crawford, Bruce, 66 ac. adj. Melvin Morton, $4.42. .His Ware $12.84. Meadows, E. K., 200 ac. adj Ifowar.., Davis, 75 ac. $4.18. Han.pttii, B. F., 75 ac. adj. A. Wm. Crabtrcc, $9.76. Mayficld, Wesley, 5 ae; adj. osc $5.96. Noc, A i instead, 12 ac. adj. Mr. York Frazicr, s$4.18. inker $4.28. Powell. Jacob, 75 ac. adj. Jas. Taylor, J. A. B., adj. G. Evcr-,ia- Reed, $3.31. $4.06. Rice, Wm., 40 ac. adj. II. Colored List, Clay City Precinct. Daniel, $5.18. Russell, Jeff, 1 Clay City lot Sons, Abe, 50 ac. adj. Percilla R04. Bowen, $4.42. Russell, Charles B., adj. Jeff Townsend, Thos. Heirs, 70 ac. Russell $4.22. adj. Dick Hatton, $3.29. South, Thos., 2 ac. adj. Bert Martin $4.65. Townsend. Geo., 50 ac adj. II Tipton, Chris. 5 ac. adj. Brcck Daniel, $1.78. Blytlie $4.42. Townsend, W. If., 30 ac. adj. Wilkcrson, Fannie, 25 ac adj. Geo. Townsend, $1.78. Abe Taylor $1.78. Jackson, Bettie, 5 ac. adj. Thos, II. T. DERICKSON, Chaincy $1.78. Sheriff of Powell County. 1 ac. adj. J. T. Hall, Wade, Hall $3.82. Fox, Alex., Sr. 100 ac adj. Thos. YOUR COLD IS DANGEROUS Chaincy $11.30. Baldwin, Joe., 1 Clay City lot BREAK IT UP NOW Warmoth heirs, 1 Clay city lot, A04. , Me-Nab- n - -- readily .catching. A system is susceptible to ac. adj. Charleston, Sarah, Germs. You owe it to yourself Hamilton $1.78. adj. .and to others of your household Charleston, Mary, 2 ae. to fight the Germs at once. Dr. Fred Burgher $1.24. Glover, Ed. 11 ac. adj. Annie Bell's is fine for Williams $4.81. Colds and Coughs. It loosens the Jackson, Matilda, 4 ac. Clay Mucous, stops the Cough and City lots $2.56. soothes the Lungs. It's guaranSlade Precinct. Clay City Precinct. Fritz, Patrick, 1 ac. adj. Elick teed. Only 25c. at your DrugBcllis, J. T., 1 ac. Clay City lot, Spencer, $4.88. gist. $2.09. Means, Lieveianu, i ac. auj. iv. Ballaid, J. W. B., $8.03. Land-Co.- , A Cold is n Brown, Joe, 25 ac adj. Ed. Rose 3-- $5.18. run-dow- 4 Pine-Tar-Hon- llomiiiiciils ami Markers Hampton, Joseph, 20 ac. adj. Sai Brandenburg, $4.33. Hodge, James, 50 ac. adj. Dick Powell, $4.19. Holder, Chas., 50 ac. adj. Eph-vaRandall, $4.46. ac on Hatton, Crit, 12 Creek, $1.54. Hall, A. B., 2 ac. adj. F. R. Blackburn, $3.14. Mcintosh, Samuel, 1 lot, StantHat-ton- 's $4.12 m ARK FOUND AT on, $4.19. $5.80. trick, Geo. I lot, Stanton, E. Fisher & Co., WINCHESTER,. K. PRICKS TO SUIT ALL. ' NOTHING TOO LARGE. NOTHING TOO SULL. Powell, J. M., 6 ac. adj. Lizzie Martin, $4.04. Rose, Rosabelle B., adj. Joe Hampton. $1.7S. T:...,1,... Ar rp or $4.06. Dave Martin, $7.88. yle, Wm., Swango, W. H. 150 ac. adj. I I ChaJman, Reuben B., 1 ac. adj. CLEANING AND PRESSING lot. $3.00. Burgher, W. R., 10 ac. adj. Geo. K. U. Land Co., $3.52. I am ready to do your CleanCurtis, Clay, 1 ac. Slade $6.10. Passley. Spencer, Ealy, 20 ac. adj. Robt. Good work ing and Pressing Clay City lots, Ball, Win., 2 Shea &2.5G. .$2.92, guaranteed and charges reasonSis'k, M. W., 1 ac. Slade, $10.67. Barker, Win., I Clay City able. Orders left with J. Bloom Townsend, Win., Sr., 400 ac. lot, $3.60. adj. Jas Mays, $9.80. will receive prompt attention. Brush, Cas., 3 Clay City lots, in. Townsend, M., 100 ae. adj. 3.87. JAMES WILLIAMS. Bedford. A. M.. 5 ac adi. Wm. Townsend, $5.18. Wade, $2.23. Curry, Brown & Snyder, 10 ac adj. Bert Eaton, $2.53. Curtis, S. J. B., adj. Bud Park-- ! or, $3.31. ''!'Ms, Nannie B., $3.06. Duncan, C. W., 2 ac Clay City lots, $3.55. Dcvere, M. G. B., near Clay City, $4.18. Frazicr, John, 200 ac. adj. J. B. And let us show you what a nice line of goods Patton, $6.72. 9 ac. Clay Hammonds, Eliza, we carry. Our stock of Dry Goods, Notion"-- , City lots, $4.18. yle, Annie B., adj Clay City, Groceries, Hardware, Clothing, Shoes and etc. is BomnTihClint; 1 ac. ClarCity U. $1.42. Come to Our Store 1 $3 St"th, Muncy, Robt., $3.04. '". ac. Clay City lot, 12 ac. 10 replete with adj. Chas. J. .s DAN JACKSON, lonlor In Mastin, Thos., SMI, $6.73. ad adj. M. New and Second Hand Furniture TJpholNtei'liij? mid 1ttiiiiiliii u Specialty. Corner Broudwity and fllapel St. X unnoI, S. M 792 ac adj. Lcdford Howell, $23.26. Neal, John Hiram, 550 ac. adj. E. II. Fuller, $32.27. Neal, Caroline, heirs, 1 ac. Clay City lot, $5.45. Patton, Alf, 1 ac Clay City lot, $6.42. Variety, Style and Qualiy. THIS COMBINED WITH Ol ll (": Winchester, H,.W.hH HWMH"H' - Kentucky. - Prcwitt, Armanda, 25 ac. adj. John Bowles, $1.78, Ruckcr, Abner, 3 lots, $4 .52. Risen, Mrs. Sarah B., $2.52. Riohartlsou, Margaret, 1 Clay City-lot- Low Prices Make it to your iuteitt to give Up a good share of lie- hpm-- 'J.A126.96.36.199.188.8.131.52. your trude. We strive to pleiist'our customers , $4.18. FARnERS' SUPPLIES. Write us. one made. OUR ' Wagon, the best Need any Fence, Ga'es, Roofing, Cement, Sewer Pipe? Wc sell the Owensboro I'RICES, ARE ALWAYS RIQIIT, WINCHESTER, KENTVCKY. Smith, Thos., 12 ac. $5.96. Ringo, Win., 3 ac Clay City lots, $4.18. Ropers. W. N 8 ac. Clay City ' lots, $3.54. Smith. Elizabeth 21 ac. adj. Green Hall, $1.64. Smith heirs, 11 ac adj. Tcmpa Todd, $3.33. Snowden, Grecft, 40 ac adj. euuso we know satisfied customers art) our nest Yours to please, WALDRON & JOHNSON, Bedford ft 6 Tuttle, Julia Puckett, $2. 95. Tipton, Martha B., adj. Patton, $2.21. Vivion, J. II. 348 ac, adj. $8.98. Tj. It. Waltersville, Ky. Park-c- r, PERSONALS. Ethel Morton visited her parents in Stanton over Sunday. Miss Little Thurnian Adams is still improving, and will bo out soon. II. Matherly will fill his.regular appointment at Pilaris Hill Sunday.. Rev-- D. VIRDEN Miss Mattic Newell, who lias Hcv. M. P. Lowry spoke hertv been ill with la grippe, is now Suitday to a good audience. able to sit up. Mrs. Henry Smithson went." to Lexington "Friday to visit - her Mrs. 0. H. Dailey returned daughter. from a visit to her mother, W. A. Curtis loft Mondav for Mrs. Coffey, at Wildee. Scott county, where he will work in tobacco. . W. H. Harrison, Dist. Passenf!. C demons and Lewis Mas- ger Agent of the .If. & N., was tin took their tobacco to Winches here. Thursday morning on ter market the first of the week. Sat-urda- High Grade Clothing Qiuilltv of CLOTHES. y ItoMt DrNN(i's V'lin Aiv'-intSCIIAFfSER i AVlien in "VIim;1msI HART. and tin HARX V, i r j H !! M lllKl NCO BL00MF1ELD At $10.00. $12.50, SPECIALS $13.50, $15100: Mrs. T. B. Ballard, who has been Quite a uumber of people in ill ,for pome time, and who was reported to be improving last .town .are suffering with severe week, is again confined to her colds and the doctors have been Whooping cough kept busy. room. amone; the children, has also been Elmer' Morton has returned to very prevalent. his home in Lexington after a visit with Johnnie Ballard. He ' Mr. Joe Mountz has been overalso visited his mother at Stanton, hauling his building on Main St., and friends in Jackson. improving its appearand ance with, a .coat of paint, all of Little Charlie Mearns, who has which are suspicious signs, espebeen ill with whooping-cougis cially with spring so close at improving, as is the little son of hand. Dee Adams.. The infant. daughter f Mrs. Turner, former matron of Mrs. J. Ballard is also of (Mr.-anthe Orphans' Home, who was 1etter.. taken to her home iu Mississippi some weeks ago, after being danMr: and Mrs. John Ballard gerously ill for some time, is now their koine in Winchester Monday, after a few days stay considerably better, and good with friends here. Mrs. Ballard's hopes are held out for her mother, Mrs. W. H. Neal, has been very ill fer some time, but is someLittle Johnnie Kennon, who what better kow. has been confined to the St. Jo-- . h d came, turkeys. Everett Barlow, of Lexington, up Saturday and brought his sister, Mrs. smitson, three line Lee Bloomf ield & Co., North Main St. Winchester, Ky. Misses Sarah and Grade dem ons and E. B. demons attended church here' Sunday and spent the evening with T. B. Ware and ' family. The members of the Christian church will hold a business meeting here January 23, for the purpose of calling a pastor for the coming year. A good attendance of the members is requested. c I i Mrs. Qardia 3fcPhcrson and two daughters, Ethel and Ella, left Saturday for their home at Piaso, HI., after a two months' visit ,with the former's partr.es, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Everman and family, and olher relatives in the county. Sam McPhcrson, of Piasa, HI., Report of the Condition of The Safety First Total. Twenty-fiv- e ! To proted the Deporitor, is the firft duly of a Bank; for this .reason the ample Capital and Surplus and Conservative Business Methods of the 'CLAY CITY NATIONAL' constitute th slrongeft claim for new business.. For protection of deposi ur we have: Capital pa'd in. - $25,000.00 Siiiplu. and Pronto. 10.000.00 Shareholders' Liability, 25,000.00 - $60,000.00 and soph's Hospital at Lexington, for some weeks, is now greatly lm T. B. Bitterd, of, Ctey City, Is proved, and it is expected that he deamg tt his Stock of (foods at will be able to be brought' 'home Saturday, although he is not .vet cost itatll Feb. 1st. .Come aad me- before you bueisewkere. able, to sit up. His father will T. B. BALLARD. bring him home on a cot. . WOTKtl Powell County Deposit i Bank, doing business at the town of St (in ton, County of Powell, State of Kentucky, at the close of bnsiness on 31st day of December, ltfM. Years of Experience at Our Present Location. CLAY CITY NATIONAL BANK. Clay Gty, Kentucky. Member Federal Referre, Bank Syftem. , Wanted, try hams. office. which nppeHrs in this issue. This 4,676.00 Fixtures, t:i nk is one of the best State $79,920.78 . . . Total, Six cattle shoats, weighing from,) banks ill Kentucky, and their LIABILITIES, statements are ttl- 125 to 185 nounds. Annlv to .1. Capital Stock paid in. in cash $15,000.00 F. Smith, Vaughn's Mill, Ky whvs ui to the mark. 8,000.00 ., . Surplus Fund, ,. ' FOB SALE RHini-vearl- RESOURCES. . $56,057.09 Loans and Discounts . Overdrafts, secured and unse-- ,. . . "." 1,46128 . cured, (Jood Bank Statement. a couDle nf old coun-- ! StoekB, Bonds and other Se2,516.11 . . . Y""r attention is directed to curities, Apply lit The Times 11,298.67 . . the splendid statement of the Due from Banks, 'Powell County Deposit Bank, Cash on hand, . . . and4,012.73 Banking House, Furniture, jJJLJLXJTTTTIlL SANITARY BAKERY When you want irood Bread and Cakes baked SANITARY SHOP and made of the best ma- terielstrv the SANITARY BAKERY, rf Winchester, in FRESH EVERY DAY AT JAMES BLOOM'S. v Here We Are! Our business having increased sufficiently to warrant it, we have established our store in Clay City, in order to give Undivided Profits, less expens1,502.83 . es, and (axes paid, Deposits subject to . $57,918.45 check, 2,500.00 Time Deposits. ov,iio.iy . LEWIS Sanitary Bakery, RUPARD, Winchester, Ky Zl Total, $79,920.18 more people the advantage of our low prices and quality goods. Watch our ads. SUGAR, 5 lbs. Tor $1.00 Farmers' Union Special, 20 C lb. COFFEE, POTATOES, 80c bu. 14c lb. LARD, Qnund 85C bU. CORN MEAL, Water FLOUR, Hovard Brand, $3.60 per 100 All stock fresh and new. State of. Kentucky County of Powell We, John W. Williams and E. H. Fuller, President and Cashier of the named Bank, do solemnly swear that the above? statement is true to the best of our knowledge and belief. John W. Williams, President E. H. Fuller, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 9th day of December, 1914. O. N. Crowe, Clerk Powell Circuit Court, by M. R. Lyle, D. O. Correct Attest: S. D. Hall, J. II. Hardwick, Directors. T. O. Hall, 5CWINU. , STOMACH TROUBLE FOR Majority FIVE YEARS I decided el Frienis Ttwgk Mr. Die, taking other medicines. to Hiftta Weal! Bt take his advice, although I did aot have any confidence la It. have now been taking for three months, and It has cured me haven't had those awful sick headaches I Black-Draught Om Helped His to Hewery. Pomeroyton, Ky. In Interesting ad since I began using it. I am Try us for so thankful Black-Draught for what Black-Drau- ght bargains. We can save you money. I have moved into the proper ty of Mr. Thus. Edge, and am sewing prepared to do at reasonable prices. Work must please customer. Mrs. E. H. RITCHIE. first-clas- s N Farmers' Union Supply Frank Kennon, Mgr. "WE USE" Co. has done for me." vices from this place, Mr. A. J. Hughes Thedford's has been writes as follows : "I was down with very valuable medicine for destomach trouble for five (5) years, and found a would have sick headache so bad, at rangements of the stomach and liver. It Mates, that I thought surely I would die. is composed of pure, vegetable herbs, I tried different treatments, but they did not seem to do me any good. I got so bad, I could not eat or sleep, and all my friends, except one, thought I He advised me to try would die. and quit Thedford's Black-Draught, WHEN YOU WANT A SHAVE OK HAIR CUT contains no dangerous Ingredients, and acts gently, yet surely. It can be freely used by young and old, and should be DANIEL BOONE AXLE GREASE mm c u . j. fi&rmk Mrti n I And don't have to grease but once a HK week. Ky. Kwtucky by CHAS. C. STALL ML 'CO. LextegtoH, OS ANY TONSORIAL WORK CALL ON H. H. PHSRiaO. PRICE LIST OP WORK 25c Hair Cut 10c Shave 10c Tonio 25o Singe 25p Shampoo Saturday and Sunday, ShavA is iu wins. kept in every family chest Get a package today. Oaly a quarter. who has been visiting hid sister, Mrs. C. C Curtis since the death of his brother, John, at Clay City, left Saturday for Winchester, where he will visit relatives returning to his home, lie will also visit his nicco, Mrs. II. T, Skarp, WkI her family at Stamp Ing UwtUKi, fccott county bo-for- o with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, Uwr eaaaet raca arttt ol lb dlMu. CtUrrta It a blood or routl. lutloiial diMnue. aad la order to cur M ,im UM Ciwi I ukea Ulerul rtauxlk. Htll'i CtWrta IrruUf, toil aru directly upoa tea Wood aad niucoul a ouark utM. ttirlaoa. Uali a Ckurrb Cun m cine. It wu prearrllMd bf oa of. Um ecai bam In loM cwiDtry lor yeua aad la a neuter CMaMwd It K compowd of Uk tool, lu btat bkwd MifMM. aMaf dlrnUy oo Ui t tk uiochh aurlaoM. 7M Hrwat oaaialnilliM Um nridiat tt kat preJmw auk auiU la, curln( catank. Scad far IwliaanUM, V J, L'HKNKY CO.. rraya. Toloda, U. &j4 by DniulM. bIm Tic. TH Hall lannur tn x esaMlMtteo. Catarrh Cannot Be Cured u Iut ai txt mM. ann. tilM I. In.