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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): January 28, 1915 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1915 cla1915012801_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 28, 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. THE CLAY CITY TIMES. J4 , M. P. Q'M ABA, Owner and PuWWier We are Here to Help Clay CrtdB;.turrHnrihi Civniiy and Ourcelves. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. v.ow xx. REVIVAL MEETING. CLAY OITT, BIBLB GfaSDAY, JANUARY, to" ,ASS GRADUATES. i'c;.lii5: .Nil. 4 D. It. Daniel made a business of meetings is being trip to Filson Thursday A series held at tlio Methodist church T. B. Ballard went to Lexingand will continue throughout the ton Thursday oOibusinesB. week and until farther notice. Service begins each evening at Sheriff Derickson, of Stanton, 7 o'clock. Every body is not on was here Thursday on business'. ly welcome to attend, but to do 8n. Let every one Mrs. 0. F. Toinlineon spent a who loves the Lord do his best and earnestly pritv for the suc- few day 8 last week with relatives meeting. in Jackson. cess E. H. Ritchie, 1 0. J. T. Adams, of' Stanton, was the guest of Kev. D. II. Matheily STATION AGENT ROBBED. Wednesday night. F. M. Mcintosh, depot agent at Amongst those who attended O. & K. Junction, two miles beWinchester coVt day sales were low Jackson, was held up last It. L. Shiinfes8el;and Ewin Kose. Thursday night by two unDr. Williams was iu Lexingknown men and robbed of one a ton Sunday to have a specialist hundred and ten dollars and remove a small obs'tuction from gold watch valued at- forty-fiv- e one of his eyes. dollars. to Mr. W. R. Bissett, of Rich"Mr Mcintosh is many of the old citizens here, mond, left Friday for her home having been agent here a number after a few days viafT with friends and relative here. of years ago. Bert Banimons, of Walters.-ville- , is still confined with a ownM. P O'Mara, editor and painful attack of rheumatism, paer of that neat and spriehtly per. The Olay tjity Times, visit-- but is improving some. friends, Mr. and liis Mrs E II. Ritchie has returnHnnry S. Burnett last Sun- ed huiiie after spending a few Mrs. day";; Mike, while publishing the days in Winchester with her best paper ever issued in Powell father who is sick on West . county, is well pleased with his Hickman. new location and reports busi Mr, .and Mrs. 0. F. Tomlinson ness uood.'JGentldiiaii Mike'' of-th- o well-known d old-ttim- e Dr. Johnson and Dr. Lemming were injed with the grip last week. The BibHtudy class of tho Miss Anna Clark wis under the Christian aWircM Which has been Master William Mansfield is very weather a few days ugo. Mrs. Til-for- d fpr tho past year, sick at thix writing. Abner has recovered from a in opera i John and Jese Chaney returned v.ery.severe attack of grip. Mrs. concluded tkeir work'last .week, Sis grip. and on Suirflay night the gradu-ntih- u Sunday to Coney, Ky.j where they The Hull is down with theLykins little daughter of Milt are woiking for the L. & si. exerwees were held at the Master Olney has typhoid fever. Mr, Dave Lucas says it Sa all a Ohtiri'h. TWfJfclaes has made exWilliams was out of school with u leaving town but deep cellent, prowls, and theseyoung mistake aboiit his cold. John Dill Holder it that he epect to stay here; dbngerously. , ill with stomach men and worjien ate, now thor Among those attended trouble. hn nn Hattnn took down oughly ejUnUlWd f ri teach'JBible County Court at Winchester Mon- Snndny with heart trouble. Mr. study, and itvjjr'der to familiarize day were Messers Rose Hall, Jeff Freeland has been down with the theuiBelveC3lli,iuore with this Martin, Charley Klcet Jell Wright, L'rip for two weeks. rake a second Wm.Budh and Robert Uonlee subject; The writer wan talking with one Mr. Dudley Caudill is in Lex- of the most prominent' and in . WtWW AMU.... tp.th.e'jor- A Vfl.M OW, . Tie ington taking a course fn typewrit- fluential men in Stanton' Monday of aon". ' lie He expects ing and bookkeeping has to finish the course is two or three this week about the college. A new Is JiffJ-jnembersaid that he lived here all his1-lifbeen formeSajWl they are com- - weeks. and ever since he could remember piencing aruce, on their inter- that there was a certain-'fein Misses Alpha Bobbins and estini: studre'sj. The booked use Hattun left Monda- - for Rich- Stanton who had always wanted is called viea.olier i ruining tor mond where they will attend the everytning their own way and if n n..h they could not have their way they vr...m..i Service," jtf'lfeSutifuL wojk on bins accompanied them as far as would ruin. This explains why Testaments. Winchester. the Old some who are remaining in the Many of the gteutBible ;char:ic-ter- s background are against the college. Mr Wm. Garrett went to LexToe writer could tell who 'are the are alsfi st.qdied thus,, inak-tin- r ington Sund see his baby that leaders hick of all this- busim-stj.- . the wftflf verV Interesting. he took there some two weeks ago. but it seems everybody already The uew clajshows every prom- She is so rauch better that he ki'ows. Thethat " world thinks more of brought her and his wife home ise of graduating with .honors the man who come out in the open Tueday. and fibts than it does of tho man next New Year's. Mr. Milt Ltkms opened up his who fights behind somebody elite.' . The following, are 'hose who utore in the Cbney building Tues- back The writer was in'Winches-te- r irraduatedfrhiday iiiahr: Mr. G day of this week. He expects to Monday of this week and talked yV. (Jt curry a fulj hue of groceries and HackworthMTesdameB with Mr. Hays, who is the lawyer Martin, A$Q$ Johnoii,Q' flack' dry goods and asks for the patron-age.o- f on the other side, and found out the public. He has been in who are the real men hack of this worth, AtM Burgher Hkdie the merchandise businessfor sever- movemtnt to injure our colleue. Kirk, D and al years and knows what the pub-fi- e Take the college out of Stanton wants. end what have we lettf Condition .. ' -. .V ... STANTON. i, thevill - s e Ma-lim- la .,.;.,. uH'ew f B5P y wi!:'r;,l4lM;.. 'lna new--' classr Messrs. Mr. Touilinson wilVtake' han;e posing" the the uiisfi'niejfsupport of theViti-zon- s of the saw filing in theBrobhead-Garret- t Virgil Kirk, Crate Johnson, Shelof Powell county.- - Jackson by Burgher, Charley Duncan, mill there. Times. Herhert Waldron, Lvle Hazel-rigg- , Mr. Harvey Carr, who has been .Bayless Newkirk, Claude Mrs. W. H. Neal, who has been confined to the house for the past Bowman, Edward Hall and CorMisses Gertrude confined to tier bed for the oast few' weeks, is now improving dis Larisoa. mouth is able to sit up, hut is and his friends hope to see him Vollmer, Adalene Hazelrigg, improving 6lovlv. Miss Edna out again before long. Pearl Smethers, Ethel Johnson, MorriH from. Stanton is staying Mr. J. H. O'Rear is confined to Callie Phillips, Pearl Phillips, with her. the house with a severe attack of Grace Phillips, Lydia Newkirk, rheumatism. He was forced to Grace Martin, Lula Johnson, Hal-liLittle Marie Grnvett, the Rogers, Abbie Rogers, Roxie daughter of Mr. and return from Letcher county last ; Mr. Geo. Gravett, fell on some week to receivo medical treat- Akers, Reese Wiggins and Will ico in the yard on Tuesday and ment. Alfred Walker, the piano man Kerns. broke her forearm. She is. doing nicely now, and will soon be out of Winchester, was here a few days this week. In the past five again. COURT HOUSE DYNAMITED. John Ballard went to Lex ing months Mr. Walker has installed Tht Court House in Irvine was ton Monday to get things ready twenty pianos in Powell county blown npJiy dynamite Thursday to move there February 1st. He homes, which speaks well for the night about nine o'clock, during aiid his father have secured a merits of his instruments. He is a heavy rainstorm, while there also' selling a patent of bis splendid location and. will con- the purpose of which iff toown, was no one outthe street h. preduct a general store in the resi- vent the damage done by moths 'The explosive 'was placed in topiauns and organs. dential oetioii of the city. the county attorney's olfice ami the whole north side of the build ing, occupied by Various county officials, was demolished, Tho inside wjulls, desks, benches, typewriters," furniture, etc., were completely wrecked. STANTON, KY, Ghi6s was scattered all over town from tho windows in the e Yirgie-.HackwortJ- vMisGourleyiBisietrtfKfurfgP "wilretum ntheywere Gourley of .ee county, who has teen. studying photography under the direction of Mr Dare Lucas for several weeks, will leave for Lexington Thursday of this week sister before reto visit with turning to her homo in Virginia- Rev. T. J. Adams will open up a et'ire in the Tom Centers building and will install hit hod us ntoru keeper. Brother Adams and his wife will move to town where they can do of assistance in the wtora. With two new ston-- and a change in the other one it looks as if the people of Stantin ought to be uble to get whutever they want. Mr. Lunnie Crowe has so far recovered as to be uble to sit up. They have moved to the Crawford property just across the truck from where they lived. Uncle lion Hall will movo 10 the property in a few days. As Uncle lien is helpless Mrs. Gambce will wuit on him during his life time. Miss Carver, the primary teacher at the college, received a telegram on the 2Uth that her mother was dead. She left on ihe afternoon Her tram to attend the funeral. death wau very sudden and unexpected. Further than thin we have not leiined any more of the particulars. Mr Ed Dunn, of Mt. Sterling, was called here Monday owing to the serious condition of his wife, Mrs. Ella Dunn, who bus been very ill sincfl the death of her father, Mr. John Jucknou, about u month ago, Mrs. Dunn nursed her father during his lust illness, and the strain proved to great for her. Her condition is very critical and smull hope is held out for her recuvery. Miss Emma Tultle, of Kimbrell, who bus been attending our college, was met by her lover Saturday ana they eloped to Jellico, 1'enn,, Mr, where they wero married. William Patrick, also of Kimbrell, They was the lucky young man. returned to Kimbrell where they will resit.' e. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Ti'ttle undone of Kimbrell's most attractive young ladies. The groom was the son of the lute Moses Put is a splendid young man. There has been quite a lot of fciejehees in our midst lutely. Roth h-- . f oeio-i- j the r Uo you people of Stanton want to see the best ihinuthatwe have here injured? Uecauxe a few men wnnt to yet revenge on our college art-youoing to stand b ami do nothing? With tbecnunty alreiidy hepvily in debt and taxes as high an vou can them, are stand vou citizens of Powell county to remain silent? This actum against the college affects every citizen in the cr.untx for if college was built dis-lovgo-ing s arrangement i unnulwl, i Mcs-dume- x you must be taxed to build a SUO,-00- 0 high school and you will un- STANTON COLLEGE, Next Term Opens Monday, Jan. 4, 1915. Onp of the Best Schools in Kentucky. Courses in Agriculture and Domestic Science. Review Clatses in the Common Branches will be Conducted throughout the Terra. By paying "part of their Expenses D Court House and many windows (u other houses broken. Evidently a large amount of explosive wasusod, us fifteen sticks of dynamite were found among the wreckage later. Some of it had caps attached. The loss is about five thousand taxed every year to support that high school and to employ the number of teachers required by law. Thi8will require $5,000 or $0,000 at least to maiutuin, and you will have to pay it. As under the present arranuements you citizens of Powell county only have to pay less than 880" a year or 20 You have cents tax on the 100. all the udvantuges and eiiiveleut- of a high school. You have teuch-erof the highest character and earnest Christian men and women. Many of your sons and daughter-- , can come here and work their waj through. The btunding of the school is recognized by every and university in Kentucky. Her gruduates are recognized u A among the very best. of the people of Stanton will probably be culled Saturday afternoon of this week to protest iguinxt this action and see wh"t can be done. It is desired that everybody interested in the college come out and show thtir loyalty to our best friend, Stanton College, Let the citizens over tho count) write their feelings on this matter.. This vitally affects everybody in the county. s col-leg- e mat;.-meeti- ng Work, Students may get Rales at the Dormitory as low as $150 per Week. in dollars. A previous to destroy December, made the Court Houne in w;i attempt loot tiro JOIB:. i For Information Write to Rev. J. C. Hanley, President, Stanton, Ky. Hardwick & Co.,, of' Stanton, are advertising their semi-uuuuStock-Reducing'- You can save nione'y byjreadjng. their ad. and then'eaUinsvon them. 1 S3b). rick-an- There will be a stereoptienn at the Christian church Wednesday evening, Kebruury 10. Admission is free, and all are invited to attend. Owing to a largo amount of being rushed in late we are compelled to leave out several letters from correspondents till next week. ' Times last week, intends to uiake a thorough canvass of the district, and will pay u visit to Powell county before long and lay his claims to the oliice before the A Democratic Newspaper yoters. Judge Shakelford was admitted to the bur 21 years ago,, Eighteen Years Old and for the past five years has been County Judge of Madison. The Best Weekly in this Section During the reifent campaign he was very active in behalf of the SUBSCRIPTION RATE $l'.0fllper Democratic party, and made speeches in various parts of year in ndvunce. PILOT Lewis j THE TIMES. Mnlln' is Vpiv ill nt this writing. Hennje Mullen's, of Lombard, was FREE PIANO This Piano will tie given away FREE - here Sunday".? ?ilf7niove . , Rill Hall to lvtill sev-er- al county in a shorts time Mrs. Hiiidavllearv is on the sick Mst at imsiwriting D. C. Hull soifya nice cow tpiS ..... II. T. Williamrqr .foO.OO. the district. M. P. O'MARA, OWNER AND PUBLISHER. The coming primary and clcc. tlon this fall seem to have stirred the blood of those aspiring for office later on, and prospective Entered ns second-clas- s mail matcandidates for 15)17 are already ter nt tho Post Office at Clay City, "feeling out" the voters to try ICy., under the Act of Congress of and ascertain their chances. F. March 3, 1879. G. Powell, of Xena, and 0. II. expressed Mackey have both their willingness to be elected A HOME-MAAnd will be on display in our PAPER Sheriir, while H. G. Crabtree has v. Win. Combs, of IIopp-villHe in a few days stated that be will be a candipreacbedt' Mt. Chapel THURSDAY, JAN. 28, 1915 The Practical Advertising Co., of prlngfleld III., will orfjanUe a Boosdate for the Democatic uoiniu Sunday. ? J' ter Club In our town and community, with headquarters a. our more: und for County Judge."' A numthe piano will be given to the Best Booster. Mi'sps Bertiefnn'd Mf rtleCanfn- ber of others are considering ANNOUNCEMENTS Come to the store and have us tell you when the "BIr Booster" will be making their announcements for bell spent. Sunday with' Miss ; We are authorized to announce with us to organize the club. Pearl Hall. various ollices. A. M. LOWE You may become a Booster and get Misses LaiirnWtd Lu!a Hall as a candidate for Representative from this district, subject to the It Really Does Relieve Rheuma were the suests of Mrs. George' this Piano Free of all Cost action of the Democratic primary, v tism. AiuiIlall Sunday. August 4, 1915. Everybody who is afflicted with AY W'lt; Hall, of Rheumatism in any form should $i bu3inejs trip We are authorized to announce by all means keep a bottle of thifCplace, made WATCH OUR ANNOUNCEMENT NEXT WEEK Sloan's Liniment on hand. The to OqW Creek Friday. II. G. GARRETT minute you feel pain or soreness as a candidate for Railroad Com Andv Yenrv has moved from missioner in the Third Railroad in a joint or muscle, bathe it with Sloan's Liniment. Do not rub it. his former honie'over on the waCommissioners District. Subject lo the action of the Republican Sloan's penetrates almost imme- ters of Miller's Creek. diately right to the seat of pain, primary August 4th 1915. A birffp crowd , from hero at- relieving and making the part Booster Store) We are authorized to announce easy and comfortable. Get a bot- tended rhurcji,". in .Estill county (Our Store for a tlmo wil be known ns tho Booster Store, lieiidtjimrtera tle of Sloan's Liniment for 25 and report a nice time. W. R. SHACKELFORD for tho members of the Itoostcr Club ) as Candidate for the Democratic cents of any druggist and have it in the house against Colds, Sore Mr. Lewis Baker. and Miss Vi nomination for Circuit Judge of tho Twenty-fift- h Judicial district. and Swollen Joints, Lumbago, ola Wise attPiidedgUiiircb at iUnJ Sciatica and like ailments. Your Primary, August.4, J.915. H . money back if not satisfied, but it ion 0hai)eHlit8we'W:' does give almost instant relief. MesdamesT. A. Hall and Belle We are authorized to announce Buy a bottle today. T. J. PONDER Campbell visited Mrs.iSarah Mulas a candidate for the Republican lens and familv Tuesday. CLEANING AND PRESSING. nomination for RenraRnntntivn from this District. Primary Au Henry Melborne, 'of this place, I am ready to do your Cleangust 1, 11UO. has rented a farm itEstill conn Good work ing and Pressing. ty, and will mover in a short and charges reasonguaranteed The statement in the Estill able. Orders left with J. Bloom Catarrh Cannot Bc Cured Tribune hist week tlmt .Juile Having purchased stock of will receive prompt attention. with LOCAL APPLICATIONS).! Ihr cannot reach Benton would not make the rm-a bloat or cunitl- tit wal o( the tllaeaae. Catarrh tutunai bisou?, ami la orprr hi cure u oy inuii u JAMES WILLIAMS. & Feld, I on titruAl remedies. Ilall'a Catarrh Ccs Ll taken In lor Circuit .lurlge this enr, is ternally"'"! aru directly uixin the blood and rauroui quara mrai. turiacea. iitm uaiarrn cure la not a ilurd. When seen Tuesday cine. It as prescribed by one ql tbo beat plnalrUw la tUU country (or yeara and Uxretruiar pnurl' ' .Juilae Benton that lie waf ' it ta composed of the bent topics anowp, In jrltu the beat blood punflrra. artlu dlrrrt POWELL & JACKSON certainly in the rare, and Ins for nf thi comblnatlo The aiucous lurfacea. ta iv1ritu. hat produrra aurh Writers of all Kinds of Fire, Life, tvj In curl- catarrh. Send for tratlnouUla, treeu mal announcement will appear tUita o.edo. 0 Y. J. CIIEVKY A CO.. Props.. Tornado, Lightning and Kail Insur DrUTClata. price 7c. ii Hie runes next week.Sold br fur contumno-- i TaJte Uad'a Family Special Bargain Prices ance.. We are alsoy agents for the offer for sale linn. A. 0. Sr inle, whrse an- - Illinois Surety Company and are pre entire stock of merchandise, consisting of noiiceinent for t,be. Democratic pared to do a general Bonding busi ness. nonimution tor Governor uppeni POWELL & JACKSON on another page, is a "live wire" and when he starts into the cum Sam W. Powell Llnvllle Jackson Real Estate and Insurance. ' paign in earnejt, the public may Office in Court House. Wo Buy und Sell Farm and City look for things to novequicklv Winchester Kentucky Property of nil kinds. We have some Air. Stanley has many friends in nice farms in Clark and adjoining Powell county, and ipany of both counties for sale or rent. Write us parties have been hennl to say TREES. In fact the store will be placed on that they will vote lor him. trees. what you want. and Ornamental Fruit We write all kinds of .Insurance. dolsale. This stock was 40c on Shrubs, Grape Vines, Rhubarb, It is said tliut a determined ef TRACY AND STOKELY. Peonies, Phlox, Roses, etc. lar, when sold by Court, and fort is being made by u nuiubei EVERY THING FOR ORCHARD, Office, Main Street, Winchester, Ky, of prominent. Democrats, to in Must Be - Cleaned - Out - Immediately duco Senator J. N. Camden to LAWN AND GARDEN. reconsider (lis decision not to r NT0 AGENTS FREE CATALOGS Store .closed Friday morning, when BIG for the Democratic SALE will HOUSE OF BARGAINS. in nomination for Goveruoi. Mr. - H. F. HILLENMEYER & SONS, Lexlngtcn, Ky. Ouinden is one of the few men 'Send your shoes by parcel post, who would make an ideal Gov. and have them repaired in tho best crnor, and there is no doubt but way. and with tbo best material. that be would poll a large numSend money with the shoes. Prices: ber of votes. However, he stat. ud, when u candidate for Senator f J. H. LACY & CO,, J Men's Half Soles, sewed 90c, baillast year, that ho would not ed 65c. Real any further honors from the peo Boys' and Women's Half, Soles, sewpie, and it is a bud policy in poi ed 75c. nailed 50c. ' itics to'chango the mind too of HOUSES FOR SALE AND RENT Rubber heels, Men, 65c, Women 50cj time. week with fJl additions to tho ten. J loose velt and Taft both Iko Rond, formerly" of this :iTY PROPERTY A SPECIALTY church. Leather heels, Men, 35; Women 25c. pluco moved Inst week over into tried it, and tho results showed 4. Parcel post worlcrecelyee.prpmpt atwliat the people thought of it. Tom and iQIuyton Hull mid Estill county, nonr Witt school Room 200 McEIdowniy Bid, Phono 94 tention Weed ami JSid Toviisnd.of .tlijV house. WINCHESTER, KENTUCKY. oliice are losing; fur Mart Kord. Judjiy Shackelford, whose an. ' CHAS. BALMUT .A sorics of mooting liuve boon QfjDundue.' ' ' The iiougejueiit appoared in hold at Union Chapel the past Winchester, Ky." DE John EdwnrdsN'.is confined in the bouse with at bud cold. .lack Meadows'brought n new bride to his linmtgome days ago. Miss Laura Beloiny was the guest of ' MissUearl Hall 'Tues day. is visiting Dave "Amburgiy friends and relatives in this vicinity. tjg. e. This Piano is now on the Road store C v Sparks-an'rUBil- COME IN TOD Mrs. J. W. Williamsi (The ( . Bankrupt S ale' the bankrupt Judah will Li -t Friday Morning Jan. 28 at their 1 THACfWILY Clothing, Shoes, Underwear, Cloaks, Blankets, Comforts, Raincoats, Furnishings, Trunks, everything it bought at the Federal the it en-te- the-rac- until the 1 start the -- H arris Friedman Winchester, Ky. ut-- Estate Main Street,. L I ) Chip of ' "The Flying U" KATHLYN WILLIAMS ttlmtrmttd from Photograph Scan In tho Photo Drama of tha Soma Name at Novel published by G. W. Dillingham Co. Written by B.M. Bower. Picture Play and PhotoErapha Copyright by OHflaallr published in Popular Mainline. Copyright by Street & Smith. Tha Sells Polyacope Company. CHAPTER IX. My Future. "The best room," I told the boys, as they brought Chip up to the ranch the best room they helped him. He wouldn't permit them to carry him. not for the worlds, especially as he knew I was looking on. So Into the best room among my Iialntlngs they took him. And there I performed the task of setting .his dislocated ankle with stlch precision and with such a heart full of gratitude that I knew how to do such tasks, that I'm sure Chip saw my happiness in my face my happiness at the thought that I could help to alleviate his pain. And now in the best room he remained for a couple of weeks. What he did with his spare time In that room hobbling from 'bed to an easel continuing one of my "scenic" paint-33, 1 did not learn till the end of his t o weeks of durance vilo. And then this Is what I discovered. On entering the best room on my dally visit as Dr. Delia Wbitmore In attendance on a patient named Claudo Bennett. I caught him at last unaware. He was seated by my "scenic" painting, completing an addition that he had made to It fact is, ho had so changed that picture that one would cover know that I began It. Ho dropped the cloth over the painting as I entered dropped It quickly like a bad boy cau.ht In some wicked act I said nothing then I Just waited waited till Chip was sufficiently recovered from h!. accident to limp across ihe room to the window. And then It was that I deliberately entered the room, and removed the cloth from that painting and said: 'How do you llko my work? Isn't this fine? I think it's a masterpiece. You didn't know I had such real tal ent-diyou?" houso. And Into ! 1' with great enjoyment. "No," he said, "I confess I was surprised to And that an ordinary doctor of medicine a woman of science-co-uld paint a picture as good as that. It amounts to positive genius. Permit mo to congratulate you. That picture wouM take a first prize at any art exhibit in Dutte, Mont." I roared. So did ho. "I'm going to take this picture right away now Into tho parlor and show It to my brother and all the boys," I said. "They are all there playing poker. It's Sunday afternoon,- - you know and poker Is tho regular thing. And oh yes I Dunk Whltaker Is there, too. Dunk surely will appreciate a work of art like this when ho sees It especially when ho knows that the creator of this masterpiece Is myself. Eh, what?" "Sure thing!" he exclaimed. "Go as far as you like." So deliberately Into the parlor I walked with that painting and shoved It before the astonished gaze of the poker players, Including Dunk Whltaker. Dunk Whltaker at once saw what he believed to be his great big chance to make a hit with "the little doctor." He revealed his intentions thus: "Look here, littlo girl, you must let me take this beautiful picture up to Butte and show it to my friend Senator Rich. The senator Is a great friend of mine, you know. And I'll get him to buy this picture a whole lot." "Sure thing!" I replied, repeating the words of Chip. "Go as far as you like." The upshot of the matter was that, on Monday, Dunk Whltaker departed for Butte, with the painting to sell It to Senator Rich, absolutely sure that he, Dunk, was making a hit with me and that when he returned In triumph with a fat check in his pocket for my picture, I would fall Into his arms In gratitude and forsake forthwith my cherished profession and cherish instead, from that day forth, one Dunk Whltaker, friend husband. Soon after that while Dunk was still In Butte and not a word from him either by post or telegraph Chip entirely recovered from his disability. Ho was now not only the same old perfectly good Chip, but chipper than ever, till yes, be it said to my everlasting disgrace, the moment Chip got perfectly well again I simply could not resist the desire to tease him somea resumed my teasing in this way: Chip, out at the barn, was petting his horse, Silver. I Joined him with an open letter in my hand and a heap of mischief in my mind. Chip began now to summon courage to tell of his love for me by telling me I Ho smiled, falling Into tho farco more. I tteful he was for my, "klndj' FARHERS' SUPPLIES. Need any Fence, Ga'es, Roofing, Cement, Sewer Pipe? Write us. one made. OUR We PRICES sell the Owensboro Wagon, the best ALWAYS RIQHT. ARB Bedford T & futtle, Y Y Y ? f ? ? Buckeye Fenc " ? Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y t f t Y Y Y If You want .41 -- 444- - !m f "- the Best Farm ' csJef-- i aeSfu Fence and Poultry Fence made, buy the. "BUCKEYE" For Sale By f Y Y Y Y f Franklin Hardware Company, 70S. Main St., Winchester, Ky. t doctoring during bis late "laying up for repairs." "You're the crackerjackest repairer of the human body that ever hit Montana," ho said, airily. "And now, Miss Whltmore I want to that is, I I mean I'm so awfully hit goodness 1 should say that when a man Is thrown so constantly into your society as 1 have been, It is inevitable In tha course of human events that the said man should" "Chip!" I cried, "are you quoting the Constitution of the United States Just to make conversation? Or are yoit trying to make love to me?" I added, brazenly, "It you are trying to make love to me," I now supplemented, "permit mo to remind you most emphatically that there Is some one who has a prior claim on my friendship Dr. Cecil Grantham." And with that I tendered him the open letter. I showed him Just the few last lines of that letter, which read: "With all my love and hoping to see you very soon, "Your loving Cecil." Chip glued his eyes to those seemingly fatal lines as it herein lay his last hope of heaven. And, oh yes I think he breathed a bad word way down deep within him a chest tone bad word. "So that dub Is coming to see you, Is he?" he asked, viewing the letter In utter contempt. "When's the mutt due here?" "Oh, pretty soon," I replied, sweetly, as if the very thought enraptured my soul. "Cecil will soon be here now. Cecil couldn't stay away from me very much longer, you know. Cecil Is Just dying to see me. I shouldn't wonder but what Cecil is even now packing up to come here to see me." Chip seemed to lose all interest even in Sliver. He led Silver Into the barn and so vanished from my sight still murmuring more bad words, to my certain knowledge. A telegram came from Cecil saying she was on the way and would arrive on No. 3 that very day. Mercy! What excitement that telegram caused! Twenty miles to drive to the railroad town, and here it was now within four hours of train time. "If only the train will kindly be late!" I cried to Chip, showing him the telegram. My brother Joined us and told Chip that he must hitch up the buckboard at once andtdrlve to town and bring out Dr. Cecil Grathum. "Nothing llblng!" exploded Chip. "Send Weary or Shorty or Slim. I'm too busy." "I'm going In the buckboard myself," I said, looking square into Chip's eyes. "And I'm sure Slim or Weary or Shorty will not object to having me for passenger for the drive in." Whereupon Mr. Chip, finding that I was going In the buckboard myself, turned to my brother saying, sheepishly: "All right, Mr. Whltmore. "I reckon I can delegate my various tasks to some one else and go get Dr. Cecil Granthum." And that's how Chip and I came to take that rid,o again to tho railroad town in the buckboard. He uctcd as It this drive with me was to be the last hours of his earthly existence. "I suppose," he said, as we approached the station, "that this doctor man has mutton chop whiskers and smells of anesthetics and say. Miss Whltmore, why you want to tie up to a mutt of a doctor man. Is more than this jaded brain of mine can understand. Why, there's Dunk Whltaker crazy to marry you. And lots of money Dunk has. Dunk will glvo you a red bungalow In Butte, with a bathtub on every floor. Rut a doctor why, with this doctor chap you'll have to toll with your medicine chest all tho rest of your life to help support him." "But I love Doctor Granthum," I protested, most evilly, I confess. "I just love Cecil, you see so that settles it." "Git appl" he yelled, and he actually belabored my brother's horses In a most merciless manner all the way to tha railroad station. And then Cecil arrived. As she ii ca iujvw i... .... k, .. ,4 aports of joy aiL, at tweing her Chip stood as one rootttl to the earth. And he looked surprisingly happy, too. He bustled now io tut Ce.ll's baggage Into the buckboard, and bummed tunes and Bang out loud, too, and acted just like a mon off Mb head, Aud on the drive back, he talked a blue streak. And once be got a chance when Cecil was looking far away to the mountains In ecstasy he seized this chance to whisper to me: "It's on me. You put it all over me, dldi't you? But I mean to get your surrender pretty soon." I blushed. Yes, I, Dr. Delia Whltmore, blushed. blushed crimson. And Cecil saw the blush. But Cecil ouly smiled and viewed Chip out of the corner of her eye and laughed happily and. said; I 45 Hardwick and Co.'s! Semi-Aunu- al STOCK REDUCING SALE WINTER GOODS at greatly reduced prices. It will pay you to take advantage of this Sale. Make our loss your gain. We can not here mention all of (he many bargains pul in this sale, but the following will give you an idea of what we can do for you. $21.50 Mens Suits going at 15.00; $18 Suits at $12; $15 Suirsat$10; 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 1 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 1.75. Children's Coats at same per cent. cut. Woman's trimmed and 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 21.5" Sweet-Or- r & Co. 5.00 work suits 3.50. 2.50 work coats at .50 Woman's "Queen Quality 4.00 Shces 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 Pidoral Review dress patterns. Swcet-Orready-to-wear 1 HARDWICK STANTON, & - COMPANY, KENTUCKY. J. Upliolntei-iiig- DAN JACKSON. Denier In ' New and Second Hand Furniture unci Repairing; a Specialty. Corner Broadway and Mapet St. Winchester, - Kentucky, Home to Our Store And let us show you what h nice line of goods we carry. Our stock of Dry Goods, Shot'.- - Notion"-- , Groceries, Hardware, Clothing, replete with and t'tc. is Variety, Style and Qualiy. THIS COMBINED WITH OUR 'i Low Prices Make it to your interest to give us a good share of your trade. We strivo to pleaso our customers be- cause we know satisfied customers are our ueet assets. Yours to please, WALDRON & JOHNSON, Waltersville, Ky. (Continued' next week). V tion in office to mean that the game set shall rotate from one ofQco to another and back again every four years. True Function of Governor. HAT IN RING "It Is known of all men that Percy Haly proposes either to nominate him self as governor of Kentucky or some respectable figurehead seAnnounces Candidacy for Gover lection whom ho can of his own conown. and trol and that men sha.ll bo Ineligible norship ai to position on the board of assessment and valuation, whose names do not appear on his exclusive roll of honor (?). I shall fight with IS OPPOSED TO RING RULE all the energy I possess and shall exert to the utmost all the authority vested In me to prevent the Intermed dling by an ofTlceholdlng trust or a, Will Also Turn Light On Activities of petty political hierarchy with these or Legislative Lobbyists If Elected to any other offices In tho state, and I High Office Promises to Conserve shall fight every concerted attempt to dictate nominations for national, state, Resources of State and Work For district or county offices. Better System of Highways OpThe function of the governor and poses Convict Contract System. those associated with him Is to trans act the business of the state In such a Kormnl announcement was made in way as to redound to lta credit and Washington by Representative A. O. to that of his party and the security Stanley that he will seek the Demo- and prosperity of the people and not cratic nomination for governor of Ken- to construct an endless chain of officeholders, from street sweeper to chief tucky at the primaries next August. magistrate, for the purpose of mainIn his statement Mr Stanley promises taining perpetually In power a politthat if elerteil he will rid the state ical triumvirate and, a pampered and 1 shall fight the lioani of valuation and assessment of protected lobby. all outside Influences and that his Haly Ithca Shackelford triumvirate now in control as bitterly as I shall administration will be absolutely free light any other individual or combinafrom all taint of ring rule ills state- tion which may seek to pillage our ment follows: state No Invisible Government. Mr. Stanley's Statement. I willingly surrendered a seat In "One of the greatest Issues which will confront theDcmocracy of Ken- congress to light above all else that tucky at the ensuing August primary most Insidious and abominable men election will be the control of the ace tq tho liberties and property rights state hoard of valuation and assess- oi a free people 'invisible govern ment and the tremendous powers In- ment' powers nominally vested In herent in It. The Democrat who is benevolent and respectable figures, to he elected governor must turn a actually exercised by covert and cunface of flint toward every proposal to ning emissaries of every use this board for putting screws to and interest fortunate any public service corporation which enough to have a friend at court may refuse to do Its bidding, or for "If elected governor of Kentucky I so'emniy and earnestly pledge the rewarding with any character of or exemption such corporations reople of the commonwealth here and as may agree to become part and par- iiow that I will turn the calcium light cel of the political machine For un- upon the lobbyist and upon all who less a governor of Kentucky can keep seek to secure positions of honor or clean the board of valuation and as- privilege by any secret or unholy alsessment hn can not give an honest, liance with htm economical and efficient admlnistia-tion- . The Needs of the State, lie Is in chains. "f shall earnestly endeavor. If made "I shall he a candidate for the Dem- chief magistrate of my native state, ocratic nomination for governor of tt. conserve and encourage every Kentucky, and I dp. not desire to be legitimate business and industry, governor unles3 I can be free. whether large or small, to encourage Rotation In Office. the investment of capital In and the "One of the vital issues which the development of our unrivaled and as Democracy of the state will be called yet almost undeveloped resources; to upon to indorse or repudiate Is the promote the construction and opera of endless rotation In offlce. tion of public highways to the end 1 am convinced that the question or that our people may find a better and hether or not a single coterie of of- sreedier access to the market, the ficeholders shall perpetuate them- mill, the school and the ohurch. As selves in power by minting In dilTer-on- t means to this end I favor the abolioffices will be set Hod In August as tion of prison contract labor and the overwhelmingly as tb people adopted ot'jp'ovment of the (.onvlcts on the hat provision In the present kIhIo roads of the state. "I shall vigorously endeavor to proconstitution, which renders every state official Ineligible as his own suc- tect the citizen from every form of cessor. That clause In the organic U wlc '.nesfi or confiscation; to 'see law was thus heartily inionsed 'v the that his person and his property are people of Kentucky they be- secure whether that property he Inlieved It would end r!n? rule in the vested in live stock, in lands or In state house. But there Is better rea- manufacturing enterprises. a state official in the "I stand for the county unit law as son for l;ee-!same office Iin!ernitcly in the dis- It now exists, and will, if elected, do charge of duties with which he has all In my power to make it effective. "Dcllevlng that as governor of tho become familiar than to rotate him through a succession of positions in state I can render my countrymen mawhich c has had no previous experi- terial service In carrying into effect ence. the reforms I have mentioned, I re "The Democratic party In Kentucky bpectfully solicit their support as a will no longer tolerate a political War- candidate for tho Democratic nominawick at tho head of a close corpora- tion for the office of governor of Kention of officeholders who have twisted tucky in the ensuing August primary Uxo old nemocrutio doctrine of rota A. O. STANLEY." election. TOWNS OFTENODDLY NAMED STANLEY SHIES ttr Too Much Imagination, and Sometimes the Lack of It, Responsible for Peculiar Cognomens. IN RACE FOR GUBERNATORIAL NOMINATION favor-seekin- g g priv-ilec- e A fruitful cause of wonder and often of amusement as well is found in the names of hamlets, villages and towns. In many instances tho lack of originality is the feature that attracts the observer's attention, and visitors to New England are led to comment on the lack of invention and imagination displayed in the naming of towns in this section, s'ames for most of them were brought over from England, and then the fathers varied these with such additions as "New" and "Old," and the points of the compass. Fcr instance, we hear of New Haycn, North Haven, West Haven and East Haven, and we have .as many kinds of Hartfords hereabouts. There is k, an Old Saybrook as well as a and an 01d,'Lyme as well as a Lyme, We have not only a Mil-for- d, but a New Milford, and a New Canaan as well "as a Canaan. Thus it goes throughout :the land of the Pilgrim's and Puritans, while a journey through New York state is like taking a course in 'ancient Roman and Greek history, with Ti y, Rome, Syracuse, Utica, and so on. These older European names,- - as well as tho Indian names which have been pre served, show the inclination to use what is ready at hand, without era' ploying either imagination or inven tion. In other 'places fs to be found the opposite tendency, and it is when too much imagination or a misdi rected imagination has had sway that names of localities often cause amusement, which shows the early settlers who stuck to the old names displayed better judgment, if a less active imagination. Hertford Cou- . Say-broo- Cld.w . O.'STAuLEY. Whose Annoanccmct.t Appears on This Page rant. NOT MUCH HUSBAND RESCUED DESPAIRING WIFE After Four Tears of Discouraging Conditions, Mrs. Bullock Gave Up in Despair. Came I had gotten and 1 so weak I could not stand, gave up In despair. I com- At last, my husband got me a bottle ol Cardui, the woman's tonic, and menced taking It. From the very first Husband to Rescue. 1 Catron, Ky. In an interesting letter Mrs. Bettie Bullock writes as follows : "1 suffered for four years, with womanly troubles, and during from this place, could tell it was helping me. I now walk two miles without its tiring me, and am doing all my work." If you are all run down from womanly troubles, don't give up in despair. Try Cardui, the woman's tonic. It has helped I dose, can nr "Joe, are you married ?" "Boss, do you s'pose I'd be here if I wus married ?" HIS OWN HORRIBLE EXAMPLE. , more than a million women, in its 50 years of continuous success, and should while, and could not walk anywhere at all. At times, I would have'severe. pains surely help you, too. Your druggist has sold Cardui for years. He knows what in my left side. this time, 1 could only sit up for a little QUITE A DIFFERENCE. INSTRUCTIONS. "Women are much more indcpen- uuni now man mey ubcu to ic.- mars bo. jn tne out (toys wnen grandfather und grandmother had i picturu taken, grandfather sat, in n ciinir ami gruiuunotiier stood uv liini with her hand on his shoulder." "And nowadays ?" "Father thinks ho is doing pretty well if ho manages to get his picture taken in u group of delegates or business men." FIRST STEP. vnat is the first thing woman ought to learn about miming uu au tomobilo? telephone number pair shop." PROVIDING. oflhe re-th- "Do you believe propinquity i3 dangerous in heart affections?" "No, ma'um; not if it's took in The doctor was called in, and his treat- It will do. Ask him. He will recom ment relieved me for a while, but I was mend it. Begin taking Cardui today. In a Muncic cigar store the othci Write to: Chattanooga MeJidn Co., Lad let' day a crowd .of congenial spirits was soon confined to my bed again. After Advisory Dept., Chattanooga. Tenn., for Special book, Inttructiotu on your case and Horn playing rhum, the crowd including that, nothing seemed to do me any good. Treatment (or Women," tent In plain wrapper. one whose congeniality had been largely influenced by in liquor. In the midst of tho game and before the contest could be decided h arose majestically, put on his coal and made ready for departure. "Why, what's the matter, Al?" a friend asked. "You aren't going, arc you ?" QUALITY when buying Silverware. "Yes, I pm," said Al. "I nevei could stand it to play in, a game with por QUALITY anfJ DUUnClion of Design, our Silverware is ' a mail that's drinking.V Unrivalled. When in Lexington be sure to call on us. over-indulge- Always Consider ? lime." NATURALLY. DOMINANT IDEA. "That heavy rain fairly covered tho, beds of the streets." friend of yours was in hot water "Of course. Wasn't it coming with tho police?" down iu sheets?" "I'd bail him out." '"What would you do if you heard Airs. Fatuns I am going tc Palm Beach this winter. It's a per. feet Garden of Eden. Mrs. SHinuus Why, I imagined it was more dressy than that. it Judge. THOSE FOOLISH (QUESTIONS. ? ? t T ? t Vidor Bogaert ? The Y . 133-13- Y Y Y ? t r Co., Y ? Y Hallmark Store, LEXINGTON, KY. 5 W. Main St., t ASKED TOO MUCH. HIS BUSINESS. tlllltl wlii j.titi nv . J i be depended on at a pinch." riint'ii la - I'ltii,! Mnflmr. On vmi flrirwr. ' . signs of gonitis, professor? mi. i no rroiessor .naunm, i am a dcteutivo.- -- u .... klu-at.- nor.i ; w,m '! . l,iitk. 'A policeman." Green So the trolley car killed your foreman. Did it.run over him ? Orum Nawl It Bit him in the elbow anil he died of hydrophobia. Try - Us - For - Your - Job - Work Townsend, Sarah, 40 ac. adj. Glover, Ed. 11 ac. adj. AntuY Richardson, W. T., 135 ac. adj. Jas. Martin,, $2.76. Williams $4.81, Davo Martin, $7.88 Wasson, John, 30 ac. adj. P. II. Jackson, Matilda, 4 ac. Cla Swango, W. II. 150 ac. adj. Howell. $4.11. City lots $2.56, Jesse Swango, $0.74. Slade Precinct. Clay City Precinct. n A.x Sheriff of Powell countv. I - Spencer, James, 35 ac. adj. Bllis, J. T., 1 ac. Clay City lot, Fritz, Patrick, 1 ac. adj. Elick " Faulkner, $14.25. Spencer, $4.88. ' will ' on Monday, Februarv 1, $2.09. Tharp, Win., 3 ac. adj. G. Bailaid, J. W. B., $8.03. Means, Cleveland, 2 ac. adj. K. 1U1&, at the Court House door m Caudle, $1.49. Stanton, Ky., between the hours of Bowiuan, Clint, 1 ac. Clay City U. Hand Co., $1.42. W-Chatman, Sic, 40 ac. adj. K. lot, $3.00. 10 a. ra. and 4 p. m., sell to the Chatman, Reuben B., 1 ac. adj. Poland Heirs, 15 ac. adj. Geo. Willoughby, $6.68, highest and best bidder for cash, Burgher, W. R., 10 ac. adj. Geo. K. U. Laud Co., $3.52. ' Martin, J. P., 200 ac. adj. Alvin Passley. Curti3, Clay, 1 ac. Slade $6.10. the following described property Dunaway, $1.49. Snowdcn, G. B 55 ac. adj. Hon, $8.27. Spencer, Ealy, 20 ac. adj. Robt. or so much thereof as may be Clay City lots, .Ball, Wm., 2 Ncland, A. B., adj. Geo. Rcddix, $2.92. Shra, $2.5tf. necessary to satisfy the taxes due JuHc Puckctt, $2.83. Wasson, Susie 35 ac. adj. John $12.89. Sisk, M. thereon for the year 1914. Sale , 1 ac. Slade, $10.67. Clay City Barker, Wm., Towincnd, Wm., Sr.. 400 ae. Pitts, Alfred, 75 ad. adj. John tot, $3.60. to cover penalty, interest and Bishop, $1.56. Smith, $5fl4. C03tS. Stanton Precinct. Clay City lots, adj. Jas .Mays, $9.80. Brush, Cas., 3 Willoughby, Andy, 50 ac. adj. $3.87. Anderson, Geo., 15 ac. adj. Bill lownsend, jH., 1UU ac. adj. Wm. G. Pclfrcy, $4.47. Bedford, A. M., 5 ac. adj. Wm. Townsend, $5.18. Virden, District No. 1. Lamb; $3.87. Webb, Jno., 35 ac. adj. J. P. Wade, $2.23. Townsend, John, 2 ac. adj. Blunt, Nelson, 1 ac. adj. Stanton Baker, Jones, 80 ac. on Cope's Lewis, $4.75. Curry, Brown & Snyder, 10 ac. Floyd Hilton, $4.00. Creek, $3.34. lot, $7.15. Rogers ' Chapel Precinct. adj. Bert katon, $2.53. iowen Precinct. Brandenburg, Sam, 60 ac. adj. ' Baker, Wm., 2 ac. adj. Pete Billings, Otis, 60 ac. adj. Cliff Centers, H. M.f 50 ac. adj. H. Joe Hampton, $6.74. Todd, $4.18. Curtis, S. J. B., adj. Bud Park.Mcndows, $4.47. Campbell, G. B., 100 ac. adj. Martin, $5.96. er, $3.31. Curtis, Sarah, 30 ac. adj. Mar-t- h Drake, Grnvcr, 50 ac. adj. Curtis, Nannie B., $3.06. Forknct, linimett, 50 ac. adj Bill Conway, $6.68. Martin, $5.62. Dunaway, Willis, 100 ac. adj. Marcus Rogers, $5.18. Duncan, C. W., 2 ac. Clay City Levy Frazicr, $6.73. Everman, G. W. 50 ac. adj. B. Goodwin, Frank, 50 ,ac. adj. .ots, $3.55. I Ilatton, L. G., 60 ac. adj. J. J. Bill Neal, $4.18. Berry, $5.69. Devcre, M. G. B., near Clay Herd, $6.3S Eastin, D. II., adj. W. G. Robert Bellamy, $5.34. 'iveunan, Sarah, 50 ac. adj. N Hall, H: II., 50 ac. adj. J. B. City, $4.18. G o. Everman, $3.31. Ilatton, Weed, 40 ac. adj. Dick Frazicr, $4.80. 1 ac., Stanton,-- ! Rogers, $4.42. Frazicr, John, 200 ac. adj. J. B. Hatton, $6.74. Evcrmah, Rich, 45 ac.'adj. D. Faulkner, Lloyd, Harris, Bon, 50 ac. adj. Wm. Pat ton, $6.72. M rehcad. $2.54. Knox, G. , Sr., 6 ac. adj. Ci it $7.36. Mary, 50 ac. adj. sparks, iga.i'J Hntton, Mrs. Hammonds, Eliza, 9 ac. Clay Knrx, $4.44. 'Toward James, 26 ac. adj. Pete Brandinburg, Jas., 85 ac. adj.l Citv lots. $4.18 Knox, Carl, SO ac. adj. Sam Tcdd $7.86. J Thos. Ross, $2.56 1 ac. adj. W. T Geo. Lylc, $6.73. LyiC) Annie B., adj Clay City, $2.53. Hart, Laura, 45 ac. $4.06. f Hanks, Van, tioweu, jas. m., iv ac. aaj. $4.06. Meadows, Mlisha, 50 ac adj Moore. Mclvina. 2 ac. adj. Gamboc, $3.88. ' n: t...i to i- m Mrlvin Morton, $4.42. TTaidwick, S. II., 1 lot, Stanton, Reuben Crowe. $4.31. Martha Gay, $5.20. Howell, Louis, J., 30 ac. adj. $3.85, Meadows, E. K., 200 an. adj. ac. adj. John $4.12 'iicr T. W.. 22 Muncy, Robt., 12 ac. adj. Chas. W" Crabtref, $9.76. Hampton, Joseph, 20 ac. adj TKnj. Howell, $4.56. Rice, $2.85. Meadows, T. G., Guardians, 52 Smith, $3.04. Mayficld, Weslfv, " nc adj Stanhope. Man:. B.. adj. Sol Sam Brandenburg, $4.33 10 ac. adj. M. York Frazier, $4.1S. 50 ac. adj. Dick ac. adj. J. B. Rogers, $1.90. Hodge, James, Mastin. Thos., $13.24. Meadows, A. J., 60 ac. adj. Fred Sholl, $6.73. Powell. Jacob, 75 nc adj. Ji i. 3wnt p. C. J.. 50 ac. adi. T. J. Powell, $4.19 Mapcl, S. M., 792 ac. adj. Lcd- Reed. $3.31. C oner, $8.24. Hairier. Chns., 50 ac. adj. Eph Kinser, $4.56. -Maples. Charles, 253 ac. adj. P. ford Howell, $23.26. Rice, Wm., 40 nc. adj. H. Rtpvart. Cms.. 5 ac. $3.25. an Randall, $4.46 12 on Hat IT. Howell, $19.32. Ncal, John Hiram, 550 ac. adj. Daniel, $5.18. ac. TJa'tnn, frit, Willis, M. C, 41 ac. adj Francis ' Powell. Wm., 35 ac. adj. Preston E. II. Fuller, $32.27. V; ian; $10. 75. Sons, Abo. 50 nc. ton's Creek, $1.54. l adj.t Hn'l, B., 9 ac. adj. F. R. Johnson, $4.85. Neal, Caroline, heirs, 1 ac. Clay Bowcn, $4.42. B 183 ac. Wi"lvr" Patton, Jasper, Jr., 35 ac. adj. City lot, $5.45. Townsend, Thoj. Heirs, 70 ac. Blackburn, $3.14. Martin, $41.69. 1 lot, Stant- - .Tanner Patrick, $5.19. Patton, Alf, 1 ac. Clay City lot, 'adj. Dick TTatton, $3.29. 'Mf'ntnsh, Samuel, Hr'' wick's Creek. Roberts. David. 65 ac. adj. Jas. $6.42. TowufoihI Geo., 5Q- n. adj. FT. Barnott, W W., 60 ac. adj. B. m M.19. "MrN'ok, Goo. 1 lot, Stanton, Rocrcrs, $5.i8. Prewitt, Armanda, 25 ac. adj. Daniel, $1.78. S. Burgher, $1.92. Roberts, J. TI 67 ac. adj. Dave John Bowles, $1.78. Townond. W. IT , 30 ac. adj. Bnrrus, Lillie, 50 ac. adj. J. Mize $5.80. Geo. Townsend, $1.78. M., 6 ac. adj. Lizzie Roberts,, $5.92. Ruckcr, Abncr, 3 lots, $4.52. Powell, J. $2 55. N Risen, Mrs. Sarah B., $2.52. Richardson, Margaret, 1 Clay Citv lot, $4.18. COLDS ARE OFTEN- MOST Smith, Thos., 12 ac. $5.96 Ringo, Wm., 3 ac. Clay City FOR Sheriff's Sale TAXES. Hurst, Mrs. J. It., 200 ac. adj. Mclvin Gravitt, $10,18. Howell, Qrandon, 70 ac. adj. J. D. Barnes, $3.15. Jackson, W. L., 65, ac. adj. Q. W. Clark, $8.24. Lcdford, F. B., 450 ac. adj. Proton Smith, $19.85. ' Bedford, John, 75 ac. adj. F. B ucqioru, $o.oj. Moore, W. J., 50 ac. adj. John . 1 Martin, $4.04. Rose, Rosabelle B., adj. Townsend, Mclvin, 35 ac. adj. Hampton,' $1.78. Joe Joe Mullins, $4.12. Charleston, Mary, 2 ac. Fred Burgher $1.24. adj Al-vi- i ; I I i. 1-- 2 i 1-- 2 P"-c- l j : - . I I - After Fnventory lots-- , $4.18. 8 Ropers, W. N., lots, $3.54. ac 21 Clay City STOP ae. POSSIBLE COLLAR SALE Having taken our annual Inventory, we find we have too many Collars on hand. In order to move these out quickly we have placed the whole lot in our show window at the exceptionally low price or The disregard of a Cold has oftbrought many a regret. The fact of Sneezing, Coughing, or a Fever should be warning enough that your system needs immediate Certainly Loss of attention. Sleep is most serious. It is a warn-ingiven by Nature. It is man's 48.98. 1 Clay city lot, duty to himself to assist by doing Warmoth heirs, his part. Dr. King's New Diss3..)4. Boss covery is based on a scientific anWalters, Jas., 30 ac. adj., alysis of Colds. 50c. at your DrugWV'rs, $4.44. 15 ac. adj. P. gist. Buy a bottle today. Walters, John, Richaidson, $2.15. Williams, A. D., 44 ac. adj. Lorn-- Mastin, $2.59. Walters. J. W., 8 ac. adj. Boss Wnltors, $4.42. en g firc ftnith, Elizabeth adj. Hall, $1.64. Smith heirs, 11 ac. adj. Tempa "odd, $3.33. Snowdcn, Green, 40 ac. adj. Tulia Puckctt, $2. 95. Tiptop. Martha B., adj. h. R. Patton, $2.21. Vivinn. J. II. 348 ac. adj. Park-r- , Wright, S. J., 15 ac. adj. Bill $i.7S Fr Choice Many of these uollars sold as high as $3.50 andfwere good values at it. You know all kinds of leather goods have advanced very much recently and now is the oppor- Wells, $1.78. Williams, Fannie, .2 Clay City lots. $9.35. Colored List, Virden Precinct Crawford, Bruce, 66 ac. adj. Kill is Ware $12.84. Howard, Davis, 75 ac. $4.18. Hamnton. B. F.. 75 ac. adj. A. Rose $96. Noe, Armstead, 12 ac. adj. Mr. Baker $4.28. Taylor, J. A. B., adj. G. Ever--na- n $4.06. Where to Eat in Winchester nd they will tell you tunity for you to buy good work collars cheap, all sizes. First come, first served. .None Charged at This Price.. Colored List, Clay City Precinct. Russell, Jeff, 1 Clay City lot Russell, Charles B., adj. Jeff Russell $4.22. South, Thos., 2 ac. adj. Bert Martin $4.65. Tipton, Chris. 5 ac. adj. Brcck Bh-tho M.04. JONES' RESTAURANT Cor. Alain & Washington. 4 Grubbs and Benton, j Wilkcrson, Fannie, 25 ac. adj. be Taylor $1.78. Jackson, Bettie, 5 ac. adj. Thos. niney $1.78. Hall, Wnde, 1 ac. adj. J. T. Hn'l $3.82. Fox, Alex., Sr. 100 ac adj. Thos. Chniney $11.30. Baldwin, Joe., 1 Clay City lot $5.96. $4.42. CAPITAL STOCK. HUKPtiUH ANUUN- - 8100.000 T liOO.OOO J DIVIDED PKOK1TH, t ! Winchester Bank, i ... .. ir- TIIK I Cor. Main and Broadway, Winchester, Ky. Brown, Joe, 25 ac. adj. Ed. Rose $5.18. N. Holly Witiibhbpoon, Phbh. X iOAHIHMK. Z iW. It. HlMlAH. YOUH ACCOUNTS SOUCITMD Charleston, Sarah, Hamilton $1.78. 3-- 4 ac. adj. 1 ISKjiffe Worth AT THE UNITED r icll p4y CLOTHING STORE urn Mil U 1 COME - TO - WINCHESTER nf DUfiI M Remember United Clothing We Save You The Middleman's Profit Store Old P. O. Bldg. Main St. Winchester, Kentucky. GENET Bi F. Martin, of Lombard, will movo here in a few days. d, I WHEN YOU WANT A SHAVE OR HAIR CUT OB ANY G. D. Heirnnytnous, of Lee county, was here Tuesday on a business mission. Airs. J. B. Miss Ruth, Eaton and daughter, Sommers andTackett. of More-heaare at tliH famous the dogwood dealer, havo springs ut Dry Ridge, Grant shutdown operations "on account coonty, for a stay. PRICE LIST OP WORK of bad waather. H. D. Curry- left Tuesday for Hair Cut 25c Moses Morton, W. 1. Morton, broth-er- , Shave 10c Nicholas couutyto visit his Coleman Morton,, G. R. Crabtree Millard O'urry and famuy. 10c Tonic and T. J. Ponder .werp transactSinge Dr. Martin went to Morehead ing business here lasf'tSaturdity. 25c Shampoo . 25c Munduy in visit his son, Shelby, The political pot has "gin" to who i: ttt ending school tliere. Saturday and Sunday, Shave "bile". Well, let 'er "bile" and is 15 cents. don't punch the fire, go the 5EWINU. "scuni" will sizzle oi .and be consumed in the blaze. 1 have inoveu into the property ut. Mr. Tuns. Edge, anil am STOP THAT COUGH NOW s prepared to an sewing When you catch Corn, or begin at reasonable prices. to Cough, the first thing to do is Work must please customer. PineTar-HoneMrs. E. H. RITCHIE. to take Dr. Bell's It penetrates the lining- of the Throat and Lungs and fights the Germs of the Disease, giving FOR SALE. 1st. Four goou mules. 1 pair 3 year quick rclie'f and natural healing. olu horse mutes, 1 pair 2 year-ol- "Our whole family depend on for Coughs and horse mules. Apply to Colds," writes Mr. E. Williams, Joe ucKiuiiey, dpoui Spring, Ky. Hamilton, Ohio. It always helps. 25c. at your Druggist. Overcoats, - TONSORIAL WORK CALIi ON H. H. PHERiao'. Do You Know That we can save you money on a great ninny things? Compare these prices with what you havo been paying. SUGAR, 5 lbs. for $1.00 Union Special, 20C lb. COFFEE, Farmers' POTATOES, 80c bit. .' LARD, 14c lb. CORN MEAL, CABBAGE- A Water around SPECIAL SALE! FEB. FLOUR, Howurd Bmnd, first-clas- OF 85c bit $3.90 per 100 - 2c per lb. CANNED; GOODS Ti A AAAAi, TVTTvTT TTTTTli.AA't JL ,f, Jf. y. - FULL LINE ffit rlti A ttt A A A A it. A A FarIflers, Union Supply Frank Kennon, Mgr. LET! Co. v d Pine-Tar-Hon- Men's and Boys' High Top Shoes, Over Shoes, Heavy Underwear, and Sweaters. Ladies' Cloaks, . 55 Misses' Winter Underwear, Furs, Millinery, Over Shoes, and Sweaters. XENA A house witn three lots in Western part of Clay City, adMr. mid Mrs. Led ford visited joining the property of Mr. Cole- Mr. and Mrs. Hibbert Powell man PortMuo.i. io T. B. last Sunday. BALLARD. J. A. Rogers and wife, and A. Phillip &.Si"iie. merchants of F. Cox visited G. R.ACrabtrea Stanton, midi- - ua assignment last Thursdny night. r Tuesday, for un- leneiir of their Dr. I. T. Rogers Iiiir .ben on creditors, to A .1 .Martin. The the sick list for a few days and liabilities are' cult! to be about seemB to be no betters-Mrs$'1,000.00, and a lisi of the assets Sid Hall and 'family were has not yet been made. seen moving through here to Nadalas Wednesday.. Mr. Hall THE LIVER REGULATES THE has a large job of logging there. BODY Mr. Wence Friend and family A SLUGGISH LIVER NEEDS nre fixing to move to the Edd CARE Lowry funn owned' by Randall Someone has said that people Hunks, where they will reside with Chronic Liver Complaint for the next summer? should be shut up away from huMr. Andrew F. Cox, from Lit-- . manity, for they are pessimists and see through a "glass darkly." tlo Sinking, Lee county, was Why? Because mental states de- through this seotiutr last week pend upon physical states. Bili- selling fru't trees.,,, While here ousness. Headaches. Dizziness and us- Mr. Cox appointed O. F. Rogers Constipation disappear after ing Dr. King's New Life Pills. 25c. as his agent. . . FOR SALE. T T FILSON MILLING CO., and Dealers in - t t t T T Manufacturers Meal; Chop, Crushed and Shelled Corn . t. J. L. Frazier, PropV, Ppstoffice, Bowen, Ky. Shipping Point, Filson, Ky t t t f t I T ? : T r ried first, and we understand are visiting their grand mot her Mis Lillie Hud wns I ho lucky this week. $ holder of the short straw. Miss Ada Hutson visited Hs Lelah Kerr last. Saturday night and Sunday, Snow, Creek, at your Druggist. at Williams' Beginning FEB. 1st. RgxaWa "MOTE THAN WET" DKINK. Misses Oletnmie tygnd Nannie Rogers gave a quilting party to the young ladies last Tuesday. The bad weather did not' keep the young ladies from coming, and they shook tlio'oldcat in two quilts. The young ladies drew Btraws to see who would.be mar- . T' - Court WHIoughby and Marion Curtis visited J. D. of , Spruce, called oh . Kerr Sunday. their beet girls at Pine Asa Niblack is confined to his room with the mumps. W. V. Niblack celebrated, hi Miss Lucy Daniel visited Miss- 85th birthday last Mondtsy with es Ada and Gracie Hutsou last au elegant dinner. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Hugh NiTuosday. black and son, Mr. and Mrs. RobMr. and Mrs. Sigh Combs have ert Williams and two daugeter;. moved to Asa Todd's farm at Misses Naunie, Evore and Lulu tins place. Niblack, and Asa Niblack. Alt Everett Jono6 and Ike Niblack reported a delightful tunc, Pete-Strange, 'Ridge-Sunday-