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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): January 21, 1915 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1915 cla1915012101_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 21, 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. A .- THE CLAY CITY TIMES. M. P. O'MARA, Owner and PobHther We are Here to Help Clay City, the Surrounding Country and Ourselves. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. VOL. XX. .in . i, OLAY OlTY? K.Y.. THURSDAY. hi -mm. JANUARY, 21, J9I5. i ' - NoTs mi. .. Boys Rob Store. '9iijr The store of Waldron & John-oi- i Mrs. Clarence Hazelrigg, who was broken into Sunday T. J. Ponder, the hustling Xena suffered a severe injury to her eye night and a large quantity of merchant, has announced his can- a few weeks ago when a cartridge merchandise stolen. The rob- didacy for the Republican nomina- fell into the open fireplace and exbery was committed about 8 o'- tion as Representative from this ploded, went to Cincinnati a few i me j clock at night whilH the neigh- district, and will at once begin an uays ago, ana ,nau it uijuicui eye Monday bors were at church. The examined under the active campaign throughout the Deputy Sheriff G. M. Derickson county. Mr. Ponder is well known sight of one eye had been comand A. P. Johnson followed the all over Powell and Estill, and has pletely destroyed, and the examitrucks of the thieve and arrest- many friends who will stand behind nation showed that a small particle ed Homer and Dewey Frazier, him. He is a strong Repnblican of the cartridge had remained in the two youim boys. They were tak-e- who has always stayed with his eye. Mrs. Hazelrigg will undergo to Stanton and lodged in jail, party, and he and his friends feel an operation in a day or two to and the next day confessed that have the piece removed. She was hevis entitled to the office par they had gone to the store with that accompanied to Cincinnati by her auo her brother, Robert Frazier, ticularly as he is well qualified for daughter, Miss Josephine Hazeland Charlie Holmes, and that it. His career as a merchant shows rigg. they had broken into the place that he understands the necessities GOVERNOR BLEA5E RESIQNS. and kept watch while the others of business, and that is one quali packed the loot into a coffee fication that is most needed by a Governor Cole Bleaie, of South sack. Warrants were at once Representative. Carolina, did the ony decent sworn out tor the others, but act of his administration when he WAR PRICES. .they have not yet been 'arreBted. resigueJ the office last week, five The plunder, the boys stated, d in before his term expired. and hidThe European war has been wii6 taken by Holmes, acden in the cliffs up Black creek, blamed for a great many thine?, No reason was given for the recovered but the most striking is the gen- tion, and none was asked, the but it has not been yet. The story of the boys that eral advance in the prices of citszens of that state being only they (lid not take any of the many commodities. For a few too well pleased with his action stuff i6 hardly borne out by lie weeks the suuar trust whs the to enquire a to the whys and Governor 'results, us amongst the plunder talk of the country, and the wherefores of it ' a sack of marbles, some prices of sugar advanced by leaps Blease, during his term of nffpe was and apples, candy and to and hounds, only to drop when' as chief executive of South Carb..:oo, some of which were drop, the consumption was curtailed olina, became the most popular peii at different places on the by the public. Hundreds of nth man in the state. One of his pet roail, funning a gund trail for the er articles of le68 general use al- hubbies was the pardoning of ryance-l?bH thefacf wbS prisoners in me orate peuiiciri so nice was jna" by bonus not so noticeable Now the mill ar. . 1,708 of whom he released. a hole .iii the lower pmiel of the ers are taking a shot at the pub- Over 1.000 of these were retored dour and forcinir it in, after lic, and have advanced the price to citizenship recently. About whirJi the key, which war in the of flour until it is at almost i week before he resinned he dour, was turned an order disbanding the enthe reach of the consumer. The trial of the bovs wap set Nearly every day the price take9 tire State militia, claiming that w Altogether for Thursday morninir, and an poor con- it was inefficient. and ff.rf is being made to locate anotherisjump,loss tothe lie had a spectacular career, and know what at a Hofmes. The augur used was sumer are glad to to do. Wheat is expected to go the ne owned by the father of the see the last of him. bys. and was left outside the to two dollars a bushel, and some has already been sold in New joor. PACKERS MAKE MONEY. York at 11.09. There is no for these prices at all. . The packers are having a big What might have been a serious Sunday The country harvested one of the year, and the European war has fire was narrowly averted in 1014, but been a Godsend to them although when the stove in the kitchen at finest crops in jear the larger part of it was at once it may still further decreased the Mr. C. Shimfessol's burned through purchased by speculators, who the supply of beef in the United the bottom and allowed the hot are now reaptui: their profits. States. The gross business of coals to fall on the floor. The fire Unless a be put to this burned rjjht through the floor be- kind of business it. will ciiuso Swift & Company for the year fore being noticed, and when the much hardship among the labor- recently etded, was $425,000,000, million more about twtnty-fivhtnoke attracted members of the ing people, who have to pay war family who were in the room, the priceB when the country is at than the previous year. This means that they handled over the fire had got quite a startand peace. only prpmpt work checked it. two million tons of meat, which is au exceptionally large amount. Those farmers who are raising and feeding cattle are sure to reap the benefit before long, us the continued shortage will be sure to advance prices. i X-ra- y. u " be-yon- TO RUN TOR . BEPKB8J5NT ATIVE , To Undergo Operation. d South-Carnlinau- ti e STANTON COLLEGE, STANTON, KY. HUSTLING FOR VOTES. Next Term Opens Monday, Jan. 4, 19 4. 1 One of the Best Schools in Kentucky. K Courses in Agriculture and Domestic bclence. Review Clasie in the Common Branches will be Conduced the Term. throughout By paying patt of their Expenses in Work, Students may "get at the Dormitory as low as $1 50 per Week. Rates For Information Wiite to Rev. J. C, Hanley, President, Stanton, vK'y. - A. M. Lowe, of llosslyu, who has announced for Representative from this district, is already hustling around and getting acquainted with the voters who will pass on him in August. 44Muek" js a hustler, and if he does not win, his opponent will kuow thart he has been somewhere whou the votes are counted. Mr. Lowe has many friends in Sstill, where his father was raisel, and ha and his father have both beeu scouting around there, and from reports they are meeting with good muums8. So far, no other o&udidate has announced for "the Democratic nomination: ' ' drunkard and a ruined life, it did STANTON. make a difference. Every mother and father in Stauton, who has a Mr. E. H Puller made a recent son or daughter, ought to help put this awful business out of our business trip to Lexington. country. The meeting at the Rev. D. G. Coombs will preach Christian church was not well athere fifth Sunday instead of fourth tended as the weather was bad and Sunday as announced' very hard for the people to get out. Mr. Lennie Crowe is improving Mrs. Betty Johnson, who is the eveiy day and will be able to sit president of the local W. T. C. U., as the most enthusiastic persjn at up this week if all goes well. all the meetings She was so Mr. Banford White, of Irvine, that she got all the rest en was here on legal business Tuesthused, and she made us feel that day of this week. we must get to work If all the Mr. Clifton Chaney left Tuesday women in Stanton could become as for Jaekhon to visit with relatives' enthued an she was there would be anil frieurV ana transact business no danger of the saloon ever comIt is to he Miss May Bowen, of Lexington, ing back to Stanton. hoped that every woman in Stn-towas a recent visitor to her cousins, will become a member of tins Misses Lillie and Maude Boone. W. T C. U They have about Mr. Dave Luchh, who opened up thirty members now The liquor a store and barber in the people dread the W T. C. U. move more than they da the Chaney building, will k away from Stanton, the writer not League or any of the other orgtu- learning where be will go izuions. They know that when Mr. Leslie Holmes h and the women organize against their has a, duy ioid nigl t guard to business that it must sum go wajJi him. There is some talk of The one absorbing topic on the sending him to the Slate hospital streets of Stanton and in the st'res and homes was about our college. for treatment. Mi "8 Margaret Switzer, who has A Btorni of protest is going up from the best people of Stanton been visiting her aunt, Mrs. Lucy JackVon, left Saturday for Lexing- - againot the action that some feM in in tonwhere she will visit relatiyjg persons have taken iu trying iq tj$t Jure thb college. We ca"icl and friends before returning to her detbtaud why any loyal citizen home iu Indiana. would wns to hinder the work of Mr. Milt Lykins has moved bin the finest institution that we have nimily to our town that he might in our town. If this college were to place his children in school. He be taken away tomorrow there will, open up a store in the Chaney would be a score of families that building at the depot. Mr. Lykinu would leave. The writer has heard was a merchant before he came man) say this past week that they here, having 'been burnt out re- came here especially tor this colcently with a $4,000 stock and no lege to educate their children and insurance. they woud not live here but for Many more are conThe W. T. C. U. held their the college templating moving here to educate meeting on Thursday of last week. their children. Only last week a This was the beginning of the man from Lee county asked the movement for State wide prohibiSimilar meet- writer to see if he could find a tion in Kentucky. He wanted to house for rent. ings were held all over the tatn by come here for this college. And the W. T. C. U. and great enthusithis week another request was asm wqs had wherever they were made of the writer for a house that held. The writer reported wrong a family might move here for the when he paid two women from same purpose, out there are no abroftd would be speakers, but the housef lor rent. This college will meeiw m the College Chapel in do more to build up our town than the morning was lareely attended any other thing we have in Stan and a splendid program was he'd. The writer went through ton. The siudent body took great inter- Abingdon, Va., four days, after est In the meetinsr and as we looked their college had been burned into their nn'en'Md faces we down. And uhile at Pulaski, Va., thought vhat a power they could there were several towns bidding be against thin Hwriil traffic in our for the college to come to their country. If there were no other town. The town of Pulaski bid reruns for abolishing the saloons 840,000, another nearby town bid and whisky out of our country, to $G0,0uo but the citizens of Abinglook Into the face of that fine bo don rose up enmasB and voted more dy of students would be all the money than any of the other towns Charley reason we would need. and the college will stay there unCrowe recited a very touching piece less some other town has bid more that appealed to everynody in the since the writer was in that state. room. The young man Baid, 'it But the people of Abingdon knew didn't make any difference to him what that college meant to their whether there was whisky or not, but when he became a murderer town and they are going to bold it under its influence it did make a if possible. The people of Stanton difference."' The father said It did do not fully realize what this col n't make aiy difference with him lege means to Stanton and Powell either, but when he felt its terrible county. In the coming years Stanton will become knowu us an eduhand upon his home and busiruM it did make a difference. "The cational center. The best p ople mother said it didn't make- any from everywhere wjll eyeHwJIy dlffeienco with her either, but ' .J ".II Continued on page (J, when she saw her bpybeconio a n Anti-Saloo- n f:-- k - r- - TTT ..rf- - THE TIMES. A Democratic Newspaper Eighteen Years Old The Best Weekly In this Section. BATE $1.00 per SUBSCRIPTION year in advance. H. P.'O'MARA, OWNER AND PUBLISHER. Entered as second-clas- s mail matter at the Post Office at Clay City, Ky., under the Act of Congress of Mnrch 3, 1879. A HOME-M- A DK PAPER. THURSDAY, JAN. 21, 1915 ANNOUNCEMENTS We are authorized to announce A. M. LOWE as a candidate for Representative from this district, subject to the action of the Democratic primary, August 4, 1915. We arc authorized to announce H. Q. GARRETT as a candidate for Railroad Commissioner in the Third Railroad Commissioners District. Subject to the action of the August Wp are authorized to unnnunce W. li. SHACKELFORD as a candidate' for 'lie Demnrru- c nomination for Circuit ,lud" the 25th .Judicial District. - : a -- -- J v, a tr t . The Lexington Leader says that H. Green Garrett will havo a County: 'lead-pip- e cinch" in his race for If the am a candidate for the Dem- Railroad Commissioner. I ocratic nomination for the oflico other 48 counties in the district of Circuit Judge in the Twenty-Fift- h know Mr. Garrett as ho is known in Powell, there is no t doubt Judicial District. Ever since I was admitted to whatever but what this is true, years ago, as his opponent, should be havo the bar, twenty-fou- r I have had an ambition to serve one, will nd( need lo waste time on the bench ns Circuit Judge. coming here to try and defeat During all this time, I have been such n popular man. making such preparation as was LEXINGTON HERALD CASH BASIS necessary to qualify myself to O As properly fill this position. On Sept. 15 the Lexington the present incumbent, Judge J. Hernld announced that from date oflico M. Benton, has held this its mailing list would be confor two full terms of six years ducted on a strictly cash in, basis, all subscribers beinii each, and a part of Judge Scott's unexpired term, I feel that it- is discontinued on the first and not improper at this time for fifteenth of each month who were not paid in ndvance. This tne to ask the people of the dis- pract'ee was adhered to from trict for an opportunity to serve that date, but on the 15 of De them asCircuitJudge. This office cember it was decided by The was not made a life ofiice by the Herald to continue all subscribstatute and I hope the people will ers whose subscriptions expired not make it n life office, but will between that dute and the 15 nf January to the last named date, give u younger man a chance for thus giving ample tune for all advancement and promotion. who have been in the habit of 1 um not a candidate for any paving on the first of the year to other office than that of Circuit no so hefore the expiration date. Judge and if elected, 1 will give They also offer the rate of $5.00 fo all of those subscribers who my entire tune to the proper ad- pay the full year in advance be ministration of the duties of that fore January 15. office, and that office alone, with A daily newspaper was never out fear of or favor to .my influ a more welcome visitor to a home ence whatever. If nominated loin is has been for months past and elected, I will give an abso- and as it will bo for months to come The great war of Europe lutely square deal to everybody seems just in its beginning, while exactly alike. trouble seems again brewing on I have had live years exper- the Mexican border. The marience as Judge of the Madison kets, on account of the unsettled and at home, County Court. I trust that my conditions abroadconstantly and continue to vary candidacy, which is not compli- a dailv newspaper is an absolute cated by uny entangling alliances necfsity to the farmer for his protection. of any kind whatever, will itself to your interested coiiMderutinn. PRESSING. CLEANING AND Sincerely Yours, " W. li: SHACKELFORD. t llm redlly todo your CleanO-J ad-vnn- To the People of Powell lb fOR THE BEST VALUES -:- - IN -- : Clothing, Shoes, Overcoats, Ladies Cloaks, Dress Goods, Millinery tm Furnishings, 9 GO TO- - Wlams' TRACyjSTOKELf-- com-men- d . these drinks, claiming that they cannot afford to pay such a licence, but the third is still sel ling away, and so fur has taken out no license. If tha ordinance was passed with the intention of enforcing it, why not do so, or if it is not to be enforced, why not withdraw it? The present course will only result, (n more trouble later on. We are .authorized to announce . T. J. PONDER In some places in Kentucky as a candidate for the Republican and Tennessee the Night Riders nomination for Representative from this District. Primary Au- or 'Possum Hunters have been making things interesting for gust 4, 1915. some of the citizens. In one instance they took a man out of Hon. A. Owipy Stanley 1ms his home and, after hitching him decided to try for the Democra- up with a mule, made him draw tic nnniiiitinn for Governor of wood to the house for his wife, Kentucky. Mr. Stanley has and laid the whip on liberally. muiiv friends in Powell who tire Then he was compelled to prepare anxious for his uiiiioiiiiceiiient, wood for the stove and told and he will stand u j!tnnl doinue tie thut if he did not provide better of a piod majority here Many for his wife and fa mil v he would Republican?! Ii ve been heard to receive another visit, with more say that they will support him, painful results If the night ri ami lie holds a stunj: position ders would stick to this line of with the Democrats. business no one would complain, The County Judge's race in but they are celling off the tract Clark will be a battle between when they compel a man to hold John M. Steveon, who at pre- his tobacco for higher prices than sent filling the unexpired term he has agreed to sell for. At of Jud;:tt Evans, and Lee Evans, Hopkinsville several men were a sijn of the former Judi;e, Both visited who had sold their tobac these men are strong Democrats co for $7, and warned not to de and eacfi Iiub u large personal liver if until they got $9. This is a step too far. The niuht ri following. ders should stick to their profec An ordinance passed by the Hon of helpless families who town board setting a license of have a good for nothing head. $!J00 on places selling soft drink6, Action of this kind will receive etc., went, into effect January 1, well merited praise. but so far has not been enforced, Senator Camden' did a wisj act and many of our citizens ure when he decided to refrain from wondering why something is not running tor the Democratic nom being done. 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SPECIALTY Bldg, Plione94 6:30 A.M. 6:47 A.M.I 8:48A.M. 10:43 A.M. 11:30 AM.j ; Room 200 McEIdowney Jackson Haddlx Hazard Whltesburg McRoberts j j Daily 4:45 P.M 5:45 AM 3:26 PM 1:27 P.M 12;45 P.M WINCHESTER, KENTUCKY. W. A. RUSSKLIi, P. T. M Louteyllta. 4 .t Hurst, Mrs.- J. It., 200 ac. ddj. Mclvin Gravitt, $10.18. Howell, Grandon, 70 ac. adj. J. ? FOR D. Barnes, $3.16. Jackson, W. L., 65 ac. adj. G. W. Clark, $8.24. Ledford, P. B., 450 ac. adj. Proiton Smith, $19.85. As Sheriff of Powell county, I Lcdford, John, 75 ac. adj. F. B. will on Monday, February 1, m1 Bedford, $8.63. 1915. at the Court Houso door Stanton, Ky., between the hours of ,r.Mo0' Jv- - J 50 ac adJ John 10 a. m. and 4 p. m sell to the Mwe, $5.18. Noland Heirs, 15 ac. adj. Geo. highest and best bidder for cash, Dunaway, $1.49. i he following described property or so much thereof as may be Snowdcn, G. B., 55 ac. adj. necessary to satisfy the taxes due J"1.10 Fuckett, $2.83. .Was8onJ frus,c 35 ac' adj' John thereon for the year 1914. gale and.Bl8noP to cover penalty, interest Stanton Precinct. osts. Anderson, Geo., 15 ac. adj. Bill Lamb, $3.87. Virden, District No. 1. Baker, Jones, 80 ac. on Cope's'. Blunt, Nelson, 1 ac. adj. Stanton lot, $7.15. Occk. $3.34. Brandenburg, Sam, 60 ac. adj. Baker, Wm, 2 ac. adj. Pete Joe Hampton, $6.74. Todd, $4.18. Campbell, G. B., 100 ac adj. Curtis, Sarah, 30 ac. adj. Mar-Ih- a Bill Conway, $6.68. Martin, $5.62. Dunaway, Willis, 100 ac. fcdj. Evcrman, G. W. 50 ac. adj. B. ' Bill Ncal, $4.18. . F. Berry, $5.69. D. H., adj. W. G. Eastin, Evcrman, Sarah, 50 ac. adj. Frazier, $4.80. Geo. Evcrman, $3.31. Faulkner, Lloyd, 1 ac, Stanton, Evcrman, Rich, 45 ac. adj. D. $7.36. Morchead, $2.54. Hatton, Mrs. Mary, 50 ac. adj. Howard, James, 26 ac. adj. Pete Thos. Ross, $2.56. Todd, $7.86. Hanks, Van, 1 ac. adj. W. T. Hart, Laura, 45 ac. $4.06. Moore, Melvina, 2 ac. adj. Gamboe, $3.88. Hardwick, S. H., 1 lot, Stanton, Martha Gay, $5.20. ac. adj. John $4.12. Rice. J. W., 22 Hampton, Joseph, 20 ac. adj. Rice, $2.85. Stanhope, Marg. B., adj. Sol Sam Brandenburg, $4.33. Hodge, James, 50 ac. adj. Dick. Stanhope, $13.24. Swopc, C. J., 50 ac. adj. T. J. Powell, $4.19. Holder. Chas., 50 ac. adj. Eph-ra$8.24. Randall, $4.46. Si - wart. Chas., 5 ac, $3.25. ac. on Hatton, Crit, 12 Willis, M. C, 41 ac. adj Francis Creek, $1.54. $10. 75. Vivian, Hall, A. B.. 2 ac. adj. F. R. . Winburn, M. B., 183 ac. adj. Blackburn, $3.14. $41.69. Jftttin, Mcintosh, Samuel, 1 lot, Stant.iHardwick's Creek. , W. W., 60 ac. adj. B. on, $4.19. Barnctt, Patrick, Geo. 1 lot, Stanton, H. Burgher, $1.92 nnrruR Tallin 50 nc. ndi. J. Mizo $5.80, Powell, J. M., 6 ac. adj. Lizzie 5.r) - TAXES. Martin, $4.04. r08C, Rosabello 13., adj. Joe Hampton, $1.78. Richardson, W. T., 135 ac. adj. Dave Martin, $7.88. Swango, W. II. 150 ac. adj. JCSSa Swango, $6.74. Sncncer. James. 35 ac. adj. Al- vin Fnlilkimr. .fel4.25. Tharp, Vim., 3 ac. adj. G. Caudle, $1.49. Chatmaii, Sie,P4(T ac. adj. K. Willoughby, $6.68. adj. Alvin Martin, J. P., 200-aHon, $8.27. Nclnnd, A. B., adj. Geo. Iteddix, c $12-89- - I ( Pitts, Alfred, 75 ac. adj. John Smith, $5.14. Willoughby, Andy, 50 ac. adj. G. Pelfrcy, $4.47. Wcblf. Jno., 35 ac. adj. J. P. Lewis, $4.75 Rogers' Chapel Precinct. Billings. Otis, 60 ac. adj. Cliff Martin, $5.96. Drake, Grovcr, 50 ac. adj. Marcus Rogers, $5.18.' Goodwin, Frank, 50 ac. adj. Robert Bellamy, $5.34, Hall, H. H., 50 ac. adj. J. B. Rogers, $4.42. Harris, Ben, 50 ac adj. Wm. Sparks, $5.19. Brandinburg, Jas., 85 ac. adj. Geo. Lylc, $6.73. 1-- 2 er, m 1-- 2 Hat-ton- 's Jasper Patrick, $5.19. 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 Kinscr, $4.56. Maples, Charles, 253 ac. adj. P. II. Howell, $19.32. Powell, Wm., 35 ac. adj. Preston Johnson, $4.85. Patton, Jasper, Jr., 35 ac. adj. Roberts. David. 65 ac adj. Jas. . Rogers, $5.18. Roberts, J. H., 67 ac. adj. Dave Roberts,, $5.92. -- I SATISFIED?", Are you satisfied; Mr Farmer, to start out to market with a heavy load of tobacco oa that old wagon? If i.ot why not look into the merits of 1 The iarmer for the past Mihe t The Mitchell Wagon has satisfied the most exacting seventy-eigh- Slade Precinct. Clay City Precinct. Fritz, Patrick, 1 ac. adj. Elick Bcllis, J. T., 1 ac. Clay City lot, Spencer, $4.88. $2.09, Means, Cleveland, 2 ac. adj. K. liallard, J. W. B., $8.03. '" U. Land Co., $1.42. Bowman, Clint, 1 ac. Clay City Chatman, Reuben B.,l-ao- . adj. lut, $3.00. 'v. U. Land Co,$3.52. Burgher, W. R., 10 ac. adj. Geo. Curtis, Clny, 1 uc. Slade $6.10. Passley. Spencer, Ealy, 20 ac. adj. Rob.t. Clay City lots, Shea, $2.56. bull, Wm., 2 $2.92. Sisk, M. W., 1 ac. Slade, $10.67. Clay City Barker, Wm., 1 Town3end, Wm., Sr., 400 ac. lot, $3.60. adj. Jas Mays, $9.80. Clay City lotR, Brush, Cas., a Townsend. M.. 100 ac adj. Wm. $3.87. Townsend, $5.18. Bedford, A. M., 5 ac. adj. Wm. Townsend, John, 2 ac. adj. Wade, $2.23. Floyd Hilton, $4.00. Curry, Brown & Snyder, 10 ac. Bowen Precinct. adj. Bert Eaton, $2.53. Centers, E. M., 50 ac. adj. E. Curtis, S. J. B., adj. Bud Park- Meadows, $4.47. er, $3.31. Forkncr, Emmctt, 50 ac adj. Curtis, Nannie B., $3.06. Levy Frazier, $6.73. Duncan, C. W., 2 ac. Clay City Hatton, L. G., 60 ac. adj. J. J. !ots, $3.55. Reed, $6.38. Devere, M. G. B., near Clay Hatton, Weed, 40 ac. adj. Dick City, $4.18. Hatton, $6.74. Frazier, John, 200 ac. adj. J. B. Knox, G. W., Sr., 6 ac adj. Crit Patton, $6.72. Knox, $4.44. Hammonds, Eliza, 9 ac. Clay Knox, Carl, 80 ac. adj. Sam City lots, $4.18. $2.53. Lylc, Annie B., adj Clay City, Meadows, Elisha, 50 ac. adj. $4.06. Melvin Morton, $4.42. Lylc, Wm., 1 ac Clay City lot, Meadows, E. K., 200 ac. adj. $3.85. Wm. Crabtree, $9.7Q. Muncy, Robt., 12 ac adj. Chas. Mayfield, Wesley, 5 ac. adj. Smith, $3.04. York Frazier, $4.18. Mastin, Thos., 10 ac. adj. M. Powell, Jacob, 75 ac. adj. Jas. Sholl, $6.73. Reed, $3.31. Mapel, S. M., 792 ac adj. LedRice, Wm., 40 nc. adj. H. ford Howell, $23.26. Daniel, $5.18. Neal, John Hiram, 550 ac. adj. Sons, Abe, 50 ac. adj. Percilla K. H. Fuller, $32.27. ; Bowen, $4.42. i 1 rti vr..i n l! ' Townsend, Thos. Heirs, 70 ac. 1 2 Llty lOt, a.0. aAi ninlr Tlnftnn 3 9.0 ... ' Patton, Alf, 1 ac Clay City lot, Townsend, Geo., 50 ac; adj. H. $6.42 Daniel, $1.78. Prewitt, Armanda, 25 ac adj. Townsend, W. II., 30 ac adj. John Bowles, $1.7. Geo. Townsend, $1.78. Rucker, Abncr, 3 lots, $4.52. I Risen, Mrs. Sarah B., $2.52. H. T. DER1CKSON, Richardson, Margaret, 1 Clay Sheriff of Powell Coun City lot, $4.18. i Smith, Thos., 12 ac $5.96. tl Children's Ringo, Wm., 3 ac. Clay City lots, $4.18. Colds Both Are Serious. Rogers, W. N., 8 ac. Clay City lots, $3.54. Smith, Elizabeth 21 ac. adj. When one of your little ones Grren Hall, $1.64. shows symptoms of an approach Smith heirs, 11 ac adj. Tcmpa ing Cold, give it Dr. Bell's Todd, $3.33. at once. It acts quick Snowdcn, Green, 40 ac adj. ly, and prevents the Cold grow Julia Puckett, $2. 95. Tipton, Martha B., adj. h. K. ing worse. Very healing soothes Patton, $2.21. the Lungs, loosens the mucous, Vivion, J. II. 348 ac. adj. Park--- strengthens the system. It's guar $8.98. Only 25c at your Drug1 Clay city lot, anteed. Warmoth heirs, gist. Buy a bottle today. R04. Bucklen's Arnica Salve for 30 ac. adj., Boss Walters, Jas., Walters, $4.44. Sores. Walters, John, 15 ac. adj. 'P. Richardson, $2.15. Williams, A. D., 44 ac. adj. Louis Mastin, $2.59. Wnlters, J. W., 8 ac. adj. Boss Walters, $4.42. Wripht, S. J., 15 ac. adj. Bill Wells, $1.78. Williams, Fannie, 2 Clay City lots 9.35. Colored List, Virden Precinct Crawford, Bruce, 66 ac. adj. Killis Ware $12.84. Howard, Davis, 75 ac. $4.18. Hampton, B. F., 75 ac. adj. A. . -- 2 ac adj. . ownsend, Aielvin, 35 ac. adj. "rOi'lllcstan, Mary, red Burgher $1.24. oc Miilliiis, $4.12. Glover, Ed. 11 ac. adj. Annie Jownstml, tjuinli, 40 ac. adj. Williams $4.81. Martin,, $2.76. Jackson, Matilda, 4 ac. Clay Wasson, John, 30 ac. adj. P. II. City lots $2.56. Howell. $4.11. a. -- Mc-Nab- b, Cougha-iChiIdV- Pine-Tar-Hon- cy r, years. Why Take Chances Get the Tried Kind Rose $5.96. Noe, Armstcad, 12 ac. adj. Mr. Baker $4.28. Taylor, J. A. B., adj. G. Evcrman $4.06. Colored List', Clay City Precinct. Where to Fat in WircheSter ind they will tell ycu THE MITCHELL Fcr Sale Only By Russell, Jeff, $4.04. 1 Clay City lot JONES' ! PTATJPANT & Cor. Main Washington. Russell, Charles "B., adj. Jeff Russell $4.22. South, Thos., 2 ac. adj. Bert Grubbs and Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway,, Tipton, Chris. 5 ac. adj. Brcck Blythe $1.42. Wilkerson, Fannie, 25 ac adj. Abo Taylor $1.78. Jackson, Bcttic, 5 ac. adj. Thos. Clminey $1.78. Hall, Wado, 1 ac: adj. J. T. Hall $3.82. Fox, Alex., Sr. 100 ac adj. Thos. Chainey $jL1.30. Baldwin, Joe, 1 Clay City lot $5.96. , Martin $4.65. t 4H-- OAPITATj STOCK. 8100,000 BUHCLU8 AND UN- I t I 1 J mVIDHU KOV1TS. SOO.OCO Nvinoiiester Bank. OV WlNOllHTHH, run Kt. 1'IIKHi N. lIt.L.Y W'lTUlCHHPOON, , W. U HlMIW. W OAS 1IIMH. 4. . Winchester, Ky. . Joe, 25 ac. adj. EdiRosc 3-- 4 1 5.18. AOOOUNT8 BOMOITKl f Charleston, Sarah, Hamilton $1.78. i ac. adj. 1 .A.. MKtMTj i tA 1 r nice?- Chip of "The Flying U" KATHLYN WILLIAMS S&uf rwf otuer dances to our guests. In that one dance I tried to Initiate him into the tango. Ho Informed me to my as tonlshmont, for he had nover .once spoken a single word about his pant 5cww fa f A Photo Drama of (A Sam Name from PSotajraptta OrisfcuBr publUhfd in Popular Maga-tin- e. Ovrdtte by Street & Smith. NmsJ published br G. W. DilUnebaa Co. Written by B. M. Bower. Picture PUy tmd Photograph Copyright by COME j'o.u l'Cg'uliivly uiid DISORDERS happened that meant tho bagttintng of MANY the end happy" end. That afternoon 1 rthfpping wellf". Yet nontHliTnj is FROM THE LIVER went forth to sketch tho surrounding Constipation, 'lU'ad-nche- , the matter scenery I perched on a high rock Nervousnf bs iuj(f .UilfniiH overlooking tho range, with easel and Are You Just at Odds With Your- palette and paints. And while thus en' Spells Indicate4 H Sluggish .live'r. Self? Do you Regulate gaged, I saw a horse running wildly 'I lie tried remedy is Ur. King's Living? ncross a far field. 1 recognized that New Mfe Pills. Only line- - at your horso as- Whlizor, the wildest horse on you sometimes at odds with Druggist. Arc tho ranch. Iursu!ng this runaway lltiekleii's Arnica Salve Whlizor had broken out of tho corral yourself and "with the world? Do Kftiplions. were Chip and Weary. Up hill and you wonder what ails you? True down they cllased that wild Whlzzer, till at last Chip roped him. And then, to my horror, 1 saw Chip take his saddlo from IiIb own horse and placo It on Whlzzer. It was his tl JLwm JKbt. MLwk. jEKbk., determination to ''break" that wild broncho there and then. I gasped with 1 - inn'li'itlrp; fin-Ski- n TbSlIc Polyscope Company. "And ob, Chip," I cried, as ho started away, "Dr. Cecil Grant hum may come hero to visit mo soon. Won't that bo - "Oh it will be scrumptious," ho snapped. "It will mafco the Flying U a veritable paradise for all of us." And he Btalked away, sullenly. Good! At last I bad found a way to tease Mr. Claude Bennett good and plenty. A few days later, I was sorting over my medicines and surgical outfit, in the room which I had fitted up as my "office," when In walked the portly and vulgar and domineering Mr. Dunk Whitaker. Dunk had arrived on another visit to the ranch one of his now too frequent visits. He would blow In saying he Just ran down from Butte to see Jack, my brother, and to look into hie interests on the ranch as Its "silent partner." In Butte he made his headquarters cleaning up, as he termed It, almost dally a "big bunch of dough" from hla mining interests there. So now when Dunk blew into my office, ho began as usual his sly love ma King that kind of lore making that every woman resents. He pretended that he did not feel very well, and needed a doctor's advice. "I feel kinder all In," he said, vainly searching his unimaginative mind for some substantial excuse for asking my medical advice. But ho could think lln' kinder all In." 'Here!" J said, giving him some Js. "Take onn of lhp fiverv other "ttllT In Tlnlf i ttlna. rt nuiln. till tr1M feel kinder less all in." "Thanks," he said. "You're sure some doctor, girl. Wouldn't It be kinder nice not to have to depend on this sort of doctorln1 business for your living'? Suppose, now, you was to marry a money maker who would throw that doctor's bag or your'n into the ash heap' and support you regular. " Wouldn't that' be kinder "Oh, I'm not worrying about that," I said. "My fee for attendance such as I've Just given you and my advice Is five dollars, please." He peeled off a new crisp bill from a simply disgraceful wad of money and gave It to me. Ho seemed to think that his Ave dollars entitled him to remain in my office indefinitely, for now he planked himself in my easiest chair and eettled into it as if expecting a nice long chat. But Just then Chip came In. When he saw me with Dunk, ho turned to leave, as if averse to interrupting a But I saw at once why Chip had come. His hand was bleeding he had been hurt. And nil my .professional Interest was aroused also the motherly heart within me. So I made Chip come In. And I took a long while to bandage his hand and make him comfortable generally all the while Ignoring tbe thunderstruck Dunk, who at last perceived that along side cf Foreman Chip, he, Dunk Whitaker, part ownor of the ranch, wvn't in It for.a minute with Dr. Delia Whit-morbully-like?five-dolltete-a-tet- Nothing must happen to my Chip. That would nover do. 1 was now myself too deeply Interested in this young foreman to view with equanimity tho danger to which he was now about to subject his manly pereon. "Don't I sprang up 'and shouted: Chip, don't. You'll get hurt!" But Chip was too far away to hear my cry of distress. He mounted that I Had Set tho Leg of Silver. Whlzzer animal and away that wild till then ho told me, during that broncho sped trying Its best to upset danco, that it had been four years my "hero." And I think I enmo near since he had attended a dance and so to fainting. The horse throw him. And that was not all. Tho horse ho know nothing about theso new fangled dldos called the tango and sped on Weary after him with a bear and bunny hug and all that sort lasso. And there was my Chip being dragged over the ground at a fearful of thing. At last, unnblo to master the step to pace. Somehow, his lariat had become the syncopated music, he suggested loosened from tho saddle and had that we walk out in tho moonlight. caught In his big Mexican spur, Just Out into the Montana moonlight wo at the moment when the horse threw strolled. And Chip was Just about to him. So now well, I've read of the days speak with his hand on his heart and declare his undying affection for "tho when savages deliberately tied victims little doctor" when we passed tho to a wild horeo and caused the victim window of my offlce. I happened to to be dragged to his death thus. And glance in. And what I saw froze tho here before my very eyes, Chip of the blood In my veins or at least it mado Flying U was being dragged was it to bis death? My heart stood still, I me scream with dismay. "Look!" I cried. "Those children are think,, as I watched that spectacular dragging of Chip over tho rough going to swallow a lot of medlclno ground for perhaps hundreds of yards j from my medicine chest." till at last, Weary faithful, capable Chip was as mad as a hornet. Ills Weary! bless his heart roped the love speech had been Interrupted and wild Whlzzer and Chip lay perfectly now he'd never have another such ' etlll on the ground. chance, in tbe moonlight, to tell mo of With tho speed of an athlete I his undying love,. guess It was some such SDced as that I bolted Into tho houso and saved I ran to the place where Chip lay so those children from an awful case of still. Ho was In great pain. Ono could In time. For they see that at a glance. But like a stole stomach acho Just wero about to swallow no end of medl- - and a Spartan, he neither groaned nor cines with Latin names, medicines complained. He merely said: which. If taken in an overdose as "Miss Whltmore, are dislocated those children from a neighboring anklesln yor Una?" ranch meant to take would have i Dislocated ankle Nothing mure made a horse writhe in agony. And painful. so Chip's great chance for loverlng In "Rldo like tho wind, Weary," I cried, the moonlight was all spoiled and Chip "and bring help. Wc must get Mr. exceedingly' buffed, not to say Chip to tho ranch quick, so I can set was miffed and peculiarly silent thereafter that ankle." through the remainder of the dancing hours devoted to that ranch ball. (Continued next week), Then, about a week later, something terror Yoii Need a Tonic ,) (g (I) iff There are times in every woman's life when she needs a tonic to help her over the hard places. When that time comes to you, you know what tonic lo take Cardui, the woman's tonic. Cardui is composed of purely vegetable ingredients, which act gently, yet surely, on the weakened womanly organs, and Helps build them back to strength and health. It has benefited thousands and thousands of weak, ailing women in its past half century of wonderful success, and it will do the same for you. You can't make a misjake in taking CARD!) The Woman's Tonic Miss Amelia Wfilson, R. F. D. No. 4, A'lma, Ark., says: "I think Cardui is the greatest mcdicinq on earth, for women. Before 1 began to take Cardui, I was so weak and nervous, and had such avful dizzy spells and a poor appetite. Now I feel as well and as strong as I ever did, and can cat most anything." Begin taking Cardui today. Sold by all dealers. rsnririir $3-oo Has Helped Thousands. $1-7- 5 ONE YEAR SIX MON'TIH F. f . ' oJ DAILY BY .MAIL (NT y .t Sim l.iv) n F During January and Hagan & Walters, WINCHESTER, KY. -- February U ! I Only, in . We are Prepared to do- j ti i mii'un ' a ...... .i i. iiiiin F All kinds of Machine Work Both heavy and light. : Also wejd broken castings or any metal that will melt, and make them as good as new. ' iviiiMi i. :...:.. ilium Mnntlis. ii.v-:...i r i i ti I iit-- t... I ifi JUST ' ONE-HAL- REGULAR (!iiiiriiT-.Iniii-ii- PRICE. A"tMit i Smoke stacks made to Order. ALL WORK (1UARANTEEI) : ifj Subscription orders nt this nnlv when Pent tliniiiizli remit. ir in this district, ra'c will lo aeeited :il m Give Us a Trial and See How Quick Wc Do The Work. Thomas Hountz, Clay City, Ky. .a. T FILSON MILLING CO., and Dealers in Manufacturers When you arouse somo men's Jealousy you rpur their tongues to action in tbe matter of expressing lovo. They grow bolder. The Wore Jealous Crushed and they become, the more desperate they get. Wth the result that .they will Ho in wait for an opportunity to express their heart feelings. It was so wth Chip. As tho days epod on, I found that I bad to write almost dally to Dr. Postoflice, Bowen, Ky. ' Cecil Grahtbumi And always I found a way to let Chip know that a letter was going to the mall for Dr. Cecil Granthum, till I veritably believe Chip cuine to hate the very naiae of Dh STOP CHILD'S GOLDS Cecil Granthum. And, that Jealousy inspires tho lover THEY OFTEN EESULT to speak right out boldly from hU heart, was proved to my satisfaction on the night on which I gavo a danco with my brother's holp for the Colds, Qroup and Whoopiup "boys." All tbe neighboring ranchmen were Invited. And such un as- pough arc children's ailments semblage 6f cowboys and their lassies I had never seon, I purposely danced which need "immediate attention. with Chip only 'once, 'thine ail tbo The after-effect- s aro, often most Meal, Chop, Shelled Corn Shipping Point, Filson, Ky f f ? J. L. Frazier, Prop'r, ?V ? ?? V V ? ?Y ? t Y f f OOriilEK-JOUHNA- L COMPANY. Louisville. Kv. The Hallmark Store v For the Befl of Everything at the Lowest Prices, go to serious. Don't take the risk you don't havo to. Dr. King's New Discovery checks the Cold, soothes the Cough, allays the kills the Germs and ' Nature to ,dbr lief healing work. 50c. ayoup Druggist. Buy a bottle today. v al-Jo- f 1 t t Vidlor Bogaert, Leading Jewelers, (ESTABLISHED 33-r- Co.-- , ' ! v 3L V V SINCE 1883 I 35 W, Main St., LEXINGTON, KY. 3 rat WMWMWB tt rrrrrr rr mcr'8 Union Sunnlv Co.'a. I KI1U i r lncn I IiOMBAKU. nua, was o. Hi. wonuara, or r.L. pnmi fillB ju i1011Mt and Mr8 Marshall No" ,a8t weeki a fine ""Ji A ' Stark Kavlor has moved bore from Nada. and wo welcome him REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF at Clay City, ,, a vtrrM i ti llrtt , , H. rmrml (;..uU uuhuuuiico. IIVUIJ HMCrCHl WilB IllfillllUal Inn n a i- A THE CLAY CITY NATIONAL BANK. In the State of Kentucky, 4217 I at tho close of business Oct. 31st, 1911. VAUGHN'S MILL. f. W. Mize, of this place had a Kiod work horde to die thelttet of I to his manv followers to "Push" believing his party is right and that- - its nrincifilpR are hrat for mo inirirpio ,11 III," iikiboc:o ill IIU people of i,lsrand country. He these' severe circumstances. is askins: to he elected that he Several from this place attend may help to write these princi- ed the public spnakiimat Clay pies into the jtatule laws of the City Saturday lirli t at the Far State been confined to his bed for sev. eral days. His family is in sore need ami neighbors have jiladly contributed, ro his support in I 11 ilu week from entinj; moulded lodder. Miss Elizabeth L.vle, who hus Ih'ch here on an extended visit, returned to her homo in Clark county Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Gravett and Mr. and Mrs. 0. B. Nelson spent Sunday with J. W. Burton B. F. Martin and wife otfiiim of near Clay City. bard, were visitiuu V. 0. Martin Mr. Buford and Miss Mnttie Estes returned home Sunday from lust week. a brief visit at the home of the Weed Adams hns been confin- former's sister, Mrs. Carl Garrett ed to his room three weeks with of near Stanton. rheumatism. Mr. William Todd and wife A. M. Lowe, candidate on the from Darlincsville spent Satur- Democratic ticket for Itepresen- day and Sunday at. the home of tative trom tlie Turd legislative the litter's sister, Mrs. Allie district, composed .if Powell and Burnett, at this place. kstill counties, was here last -. i i mi There was a pound party at' inur8(iay in ine interest ot his the home of Mr. Melvin Gravett's race. When we dive into i he Tuesday nisrlit. Several of the musty records of history eurchy mi tig folks were present and a iim for biographicHl sketches of great men we find the name of real nice time was enjuved. "Lowe" mentioned in several Mess'-sGeo. ,nnl Edd Bush, places. That Mr. Lowe is a "chip and families, together with their ofF the old block" needs no f tr- father, A. P. Bush, enjoyed a ther argument. The writer Jia3 nice dinner Sunday at rite home known "Mack" Lowe from infan- of Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose cy and when be became a voter lie went, out into the political Mr. Wheeler Larrison, who field and put his tdioulder to the jives, on Frame's Branch, has wheel of Democracy and shouted . . Bar-nett'- s. ed in the work. Three addresses were made by members of the organization. The first, "Wei- come address and Origin and History of the National Farmer's Union," by 0. J. Davis. The info our midst. second, "The Store" by Mr. F 0. D. Morton has moved from Konnon, Mer. The third, "Val here to Nada. The world moves ue of the Organization as a lodge and so does Cord. and many other important, sta. Mrs. V. 0. Martin, of Genet, tistics" by Pres. S. G. Baker. was txccuust of K. v. Martin and wife Sunday night. GENET B. F. Martin has just returned from a Ions, weary tramp over 0. B. Hat ton is making some the county road between here and improvements on his dwelling. 10-pou- Born' t0 Mr- - ' RESOURCES. Loans nnd discounts Overdrafts, unsecured 862.!tf U. S. bonds deposited to secure circulation, (par value) 25,000.00 Bonds, securities, etc., on hand (other than stocks) including premiums on samo, 20.681.25 Subscription to stock of Federal Reserve bank, $1,900 amount unpaid, ........ . 1,560. 320.00 ,t Banking house, 1,000.00 ' 1J8O.C0 Due from Fcdcrnl Reserve Bank Duo from annroved reserve ncentR In central rpnrvi pI(!pc. iM4.aa Due from approved reserve agent in other resrvo cities,... 462.64... 707.03 Outside checks and other cash items, $22.00; fractional currency, 56.40 78.40 LLawful Money Reserve is Bank : Specie, 4.O48.40 Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer (not more than 5 of cirTn) 1,25000 Total $148,064.00 LIABILITIES. several trips, but nothing doing State op Kentucky, County op Powell, bs: yet. I, A. T. Whitt, Cashier, of the above named bunk, do nolemnly swear The store of J. H. and G. M. that the above statement is true to the best'of m knowledge and belief. Mullens was broken into last A.T. Whitt, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 8th day of January, 1912 week by some unknown person or persons, but no loot v. Capital stojkpaid in $25,000.00 Surplus fund 8,000.00 Those pretty days last week Undivided prohts, 315.07 reminded us that we ought to he Circulating note $25,000.00 uess nmoiuu on nana anu in Treasury lor redempout cutting briars and getting tion or in transit 1.200.00 23.800.00 everything in shape for farming. Dividends unpaid 1,000.00 Demand deposits: We got. sight, of Mose Martin individual deposits subject to check $89,890.93 Cashier's checks outstanding Sunday evening coming back 89,918.03 38.00 from Torrent. Mose has made Total $148,C61.O0 Genet. as se W. T. Adams. Judge C. C. P. U. cured. John Combs made a flying trip to North Fork last week in the interest of a logging job on the laud of J. P. Martin on Rock Brunch. Correet-Att- est : Frank B. Russell. D .Atkinson. James B. Hall. Jno. Directors. James Knox, the hustling junk man of Nada, is around gather- mg up a carload of scrao iron Lots of farmers have plenty of "M Junk "round that they should ,,iBP(,8e ,)f a(l clean their places ii n High Grad? C'othing IJ'wf DrcNwcrw etui Quit lit. of HART, SCHAFFNER CLOTHES. Wiu-in itixl A-:iiiri n ViiihHt' and MARX tlx ml I Marion Mullens' hen house Sun day night, but discovered by ,,,,, cInc.eI18 Ml,ri who ,, squalling and fluttering, and run- ning nut. with the poker, scared tne thieves away hefore they got any of the fowls ., e BLOOMriELD SPECIALS At 1 0.00, 12.50, $13.50, $15.00. Lee Bloomfield & Co., North Main St. Winchester, y. Rosslyn. Here We Are! Our liuslness having Increased Sufficiently to Warrant It, We have Established our Store in Clay City, in Order to (live more People the Advantage of T. O. Hall made a business trip to Mt. Sterling Monday. Miss Zula Martin visited her sister, Mrs. Shelby Wills our Low Prices and Quality Ooods. Gather Martin, of Stanton, made a flying trip to this place Monday. Mr. S; fety First! To proted the Depositor, is the (irsl duty of a Bank; for this reason the ample Capital and Surplus and Conservative Business Methods of the 'CLAY CITY NATIONAL" constitute th strongest claim for new business. For protection of deposi Icr we have: Capital paid in. $25,000.00 Surplus and Profits. 10,000.00 Shareholders Liability, 25,000.00 Total, Twenty-fiv- e Si 'i Watch our Ads. A. M. Lowe was in Irvine can vassing for Representative the past week. Mrs. W. D. on business. O SUGAR, 15 lbs. for $1.00 COFFEE, ranters' Union Special, 20C lb. POTATOES, 80c bu. LARD, 14c lb. CORN MEAL, water Grotwa 85c bu. -- owe, of Loin bard, was in our town Monday Messrs. Joe and Cash Neal, and Elmer Derickson called on friends at Vinton Sunday. Messrs. John and Gotlier Law, of Idaho, are now visiting t hoi Old Kentucky Home. Mrs. 13. L. Drake, of Hazard, was visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Welch last week. (J. N. Crowe made his usual call in Stunton Sunday. It seems tlut there is soinu attraction down there Flour, bargains. 9 Howards, $3.60 per 100 - $60,000.00 and Years of Experience at Our Present Location. All stock fresh and new. We Try us for can save you money. VO. CLAY CITY NATIONAL BANK, Retenre Bank Syflera. Clay City, Kentucky. Memfccr Federal raniicii. uiuuii ouppiy Frank Kennon. Mirr. The beat lubricatini. without oarlxni Leonard Lowe has been the nueet of liis aunt, Miss Dr.na Wyinore, of Vinton, for a few days the past week. Catarrh Cannot Be Cured lth LOCAL Al'PLtCATIONS. a thrr noaot rrLch ht . at tlx C taram. CaUrrb tt bk4 or roiuU tutkuiAt dkeCM. and In order to euro it von unit uk tiUrnjJ jt9llra. lull' CkUrrb Cur al ukra la. wnully, tod ru directly udoo U blood ud muroui turticM. UI11, Curtk Curt hi not a quuk Budk noe. it u pretorioca or on 01 um pnyiiriaii In tbu axutrjr (or yeum ind ft rnruUr priwriptlua. It I toupuaed of lha Drt iooic tnown. rouioincd tltu UM txl nund Durlflers. kctlnc dtrrctly on th tiucou ourtunu Tb perfect combination of UM liM Iniredlenu I what nrodurM aurh wonderful IviU la toitnt eaurrn. Brad tor tntlmonltU. tn. ' jr. J. CIIUNB V CO, Hop., lolcdo. U Sold br Drtmitu. prlr lie. TUt U4U' FnmlUr Ji'w lor couiImUqo SANITARY i BAKERY ma-teriel- sl When oi want uood. Bread and Cakes baked in a SANITARY SHOP and made of tbe beat try the SANITARY BAKERY, of Winchester. FRESH EVERY DAY AT JAMES BLOOM'S. AprfeetoIlforlthrIr-coollorwU- r. you wuinmuunwuKi, irom nDMt rmiAyl vmnuCrudtf. A i.a!a. Hut Mh trA.Ail lliln frc fedi trrelr. titPo.itlvclv nt J. fntm M.u."n.- lint MirrK.M rmm lilil f. . A..n ri i ill nlh ruEBonoUfral barrl with twett. fin to um by (urpermanrat ot Oritt lra u Iuf4 H L Ittului.. wlw, op M, VI1A3. tI Urar. rrlroftiillnirukU.,4eHrtllra. 3IULIUILIU. EdjIIIo.Hfl IksU U3ttNCTpN,KY. uImIi fir iwliM M(Um. -, Sanitary Bakery, LEWIS RUPARD, , Winchester, Ky, , I rem IOCAI Wm. Adams spent a few days with his family here this week. l STANTON. mm Contained from First I'uge The here to get their education. sum dinner with Fred Burgher collegn will have to provide more L. 1 Keith went to Louisville Sunday. facilities for taking care of theni. Wednesday morning on business. all They have 85,000 on hands now W. H. Neal wishes to thank of the friends and neighbors fqr to build'a new dormitory but they J.W. Hendricks returned Tues-da- their kindness shown his wife dur- will not build as long us this unfrom a wedk's visit with ing her recent illness. friendly feeling remains toward the members of his family in Madicollege. This feeling ought not son county. Little Johnnie Kennon, who has to exist and would not but for a been in St. Josephs' Hospital at few people that do not have the Lexington for some time, and was H. T. Schwabb, a intersst of the town at heart. printer of Mt. Sterling, was here operated on for appendicitis, was they think the college has assisting on The Times for a few brought home Saturday. Johnnie wronged them a little they want to is much better and will be able to days this week. take their vengeance on it and sit up in a few days. they do not care how many of the Hal DeForrest, musicinn at the Mrs. Mattie Henry, of Winches- other citizens have to suffer if they Colonial Theatre, Winchester, ter, is seriously ill with pneumon- can only get in their epite work. was here Sunday, the guest of ia, and her sister, Mrs. Emma Just so they can satisfy their feel E. H. Ritchie and family. Mountz, was called to her bedside ings they will try and injure the Sunday. At last reports she was school and they do not care who by amy else suffers. The writer could tell A large number from here somewhat better, but not if he wished to do go just why this means out of danger. went to Stanton Wednesday to family is againut the college, and attend the meeting of the CounFrank Rogers, a prosperous just why that family is against it, ty Board of Equalization. young farmer of Clark county, was and why others are against it. here this week buying corn to car- And back of it all is spite work. He conry his stock through. Just who the leading men back of Hardwick & Co., of Stanton, tracted for a car at Stanton at $3.5Q this business the writer will not say are advertising their l a barrel, and wanted another car. but Smith Hays, of Winchester, is Sale. You can here he dropped into The save money by reading their ad. While one of the lawyers, and M. A. Times office and left a dollar for a Phillips, of Stanton, is the other and then calling on them for baryear's subsdrjption to The Times. lawyer employed and gains. directing af fairs locally. Let us drop this matThe members of the Bible SEWINU. ter before it is too late and we Gla of Teacher Training which wake up and see what a loss we has been conducted at the ChrisI have moved into the have sustatned. Wo hear the cry tian Church for the past year will of Mr. Thos. Edge, and am against taxation but if the. county graduate Sunday night. The prepared to do sewing lias to build a new high school then exercises will be held at reasonable prices. our taxes wonld yo away up higher at the close of th e Christiau EnWork must please customer. and we would not have the eliicient deavor servive. PowMrs. E. H. RITCHIE. school that we have today. ell county is dreidy heavily in FOR SALE. debt and to build a new high SALESMEN WANTED to look school at this time would increase A house with three lots in after our interest in Powell and the debt at $20,000 trie firm year adWestern part of Clay City, adjacent counties. Salary or and would increase more as joining the property of Mr. Colethe Commission. AddressThe Har- years come. man Portwood. Apply to J. W. The peopl who are vey Oil Co., Cleveland, 0. BALLARD. upporting this college send in C,000 every year that the people of Powell county are saved. Let us realize how fortunate we are already and help in this splendid institution. Let us give it a boost Need any Fence, Ga'es, Roofing, Cement, Sewer Pipe? and not be a knocker. Let us help to make it grow larger and strongWrite us. We sell the Owensboro Wagon, the beA er and Stanton a center of learning one made. as lierea College has made the town of lierea. It is a well known OUR PRICES ARE ALWAYS RIQtlT. fact that Derea College has mad. the town of Berea aid Stanton ColWINCHESTER XI lege will make Stanton if we give it KENTUCKY. U. I a lift. Hazel Green cademy has made Hazel Green; the school at Hindman has made Hindman; the many schools and universities has made Lexington a center of learn-inknown the world over. And this is true of nearly all towns and cities that have shoots and colleges. There are a dozen towns in Eastern Kentucky that would be glad to If set our college but wo could not afford to let it go. j It would kill Stanton dead. the Best y well-know- The pay car is due here Friday. Mss. T. B. Ballard is again conThis will mean the fined to her room, having had a move lit! re. building of new homes and it will severe attack of heart trouble. mean the growing of our town. Messrs. William Johnson and More and more students will come Robt. Shimfessel enjoyed a 'pos- Hardwick andCo.'s Semi-Aunu- ai STOCK REDUCING SALE WINTER GOODS at greatly reduced price. It will pay you to take advantage of this Sale. Make our loss your gain. all of the many bargains put in this We can not here mention sale, but the following will give you an idea of what we can do for you. $21.50 Men's Suits going at 15.00; $18 Suits at $12; $15 Suirsat$IO; 2.50 suits at 9.00; 10.00 Suits at 7.00; 7.50 ones 4.50. Boys' Clothing at same per cent. cut. Men's $3.50 Sweet-Or- r & Co., Corduroy Pants at 2.25; 3.25 ooes at 2.00. Woman's and Misses' long coats as follows: 8.50 coats at 4.75, 7.50 coats 4.00, 6.00 coats 3.50, 4.00 coats 2.25, 3.00 coats Children's Coats at same per cent. cut. Woman's trimand Hats at your own price. Men's 3.50 Hats at 2.25, 2.50 Hats at 1.50. 2.00 Hats at 1.25, 1.25 and $1 Caps at 75c 35.00 Standard Sewing Machines at 21.50 Sweet-Or- r & Co. 5.00 work suits 3.50, 2.50 work coats at 1.50 Woman's "Queen Quality 4.00 Shoes at 2.75. 3,50 shoes 2.60. Women's 3.00 Sweaters at 2.00. Women's wool and cotton Suiting at 25 reduction, and don't forget we have many bargains we do not mention here. We handle Pictoral Review dress patterns. med ready-to-wear n He-cau- -- 1.75. semi-annua- Stock-Reducin- g HARDWICK I STANTON, & - COMPANY, KENTUCKY. I first-clas- s J. DAN JACKSON, ' Denier In K)nii-iiii- r antf Mapel New and Second Hand Furniture TJpliolntorliif; uucl J Sp;Iuljk-St. . Comer Broadway t Winchester, - Kentucky. FARHERS' SUPPLIES. Come to Our Store And let us show you what a nice line of goods we carry. U&UIUIU Dfi TULLIy Our stock of Dry Goods, Notion"-- , Groceries, Hardware, Clothing, Shoes and etc. is replete with Buckeye Fence. t T T You want 1 g . - J cts: , MIMte Farm t f t V Variety, Style and Qualiy. THIS COMBINED WITH OUR - , , ytT I , ii -- MM. Mta - i HwW6rivcijr7:cTw-the-JM- Fence and r oultrv r ence j made, buy s "BUCKEYE" For Sale By A. t t f Y f ,ow Prices Make FOR SALE Four good mules. 1 pairlJ-year- . old horse mules, 1 pair 2 year-olhorse mules. Apply to Joo McKinnoy, Spout Spring, Ky. it to your interest to give us a good share of We ntrive to pleuee our customers be- d your trade. cause we know satisfied customers are qur oest assets. Franklin Hardware Company, 70S. Main St., Winchester, Ky. Several local politicians have stated that they are going to enter various races this fall, but in justice to those who pay the miuouucoment fee and run thoir cards in The Times, we cannot consider them candidates and give thorn any publicity uutil they do likewise. Yours to please, WALDRON & JOHNSON, Waltersville, Ky.