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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): February 4, 1915 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1915 cla1915020401_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.): February 4, 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. 0 JL. THE CLAY1CITY TIMES. M. P. O'MARA, Owner ami PaMfoher - We are Here to Help Clay CHy, .wq Surrounding Country and Ourselves. i vt. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. VOL. XX. CLAY CITY, K.Y., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 4. J9I5. STANTON. NO. 5. wife is here visiting with her pec pie, Mr. and Mrs. Ance Norton. Judge Benton Announces, mil Shuts Brodhead-Garrct- t Down Lumbermen Meet. Mr. II. G. Jjarrett and L. P. Keith, President and Secretary-othe Brodhed. Garrett Co., returned Saturday from Cincinnati, where theynttended the annual meetings of the American Hardwood Manufacturers Association. Mr..Garrett is authority for the statement that their mill is in the bestenndition of any in this section of the country in this kjnd of business. Last year was a disastrous one for the lumber men owinglo the European war, but the local mill did 75 per cent normal business, while many others throughout the country reported at the convention that their business was less than 50 percent normal, This activity is due to several causes. In the first place the local mill is managed by men- who know the business frnm'the ground up, and who are ablefr? keep in touch with the generiij condition of trade all over 'triitcmintrv. Then, the mill isefpjipped with the most, a e In this issue we carry the official announcement, of Judge Ben ton that lie will be a candidate to succeed himself as Circuit Judi.Judge of the Twenty-FiftPowell cial District, comprising Madison, Jessamine and Clark counties. Judge Benton is too well known throughout the district to need much comment on his announcement. For the .past twelve years he has filled flic of lice of Circuit Judge to the en tire satisfaction 6f those who have found it necessary to have recourse to the law. Of course t liii re are exceptions. Some have found that his rigid enforcement of the election laws was rather embarassing, as his action in jailing a prominent Clark county man met with some criticism at the time, but in the light of later events, that feeling mostly died out. The majority of the people have now decided that elections should be fought on the grounds of th' qualifications of the candidates, and not on the amount of money that that they are willing to spend. Judge Bentou was one of the first judges to start a "clean election" cam paign, and it has borne good ffuifC many other judges througli--thstate having followed his with the result that a poor man How has as good a show to win an election as a rich one. Another point in his announce-limi- t that makes a bit with the voters and taxpayers is the fact that be lias saved the Stan more h e e, Owing to the high water the Mill was com pelled to shut down Saturday. It was intended to start up again Wednesday, but. it was found that the conveyer for 'aking the refuse across the river had been swept away by the high .water. It will probably be two or three days befcre they are ready to start again. Doing Good Work, A party of men sent out by the Industrial Department of the L. &N. are lecturing throughout the upper end of Powell and Wolfe and Menifee counties on the benefits of fruit and truck growing. These men were brought up here through the efforts of Mr. H. G. Garrett, who has been working toward that end for somo time past. Mr. Garrett has always taken a keen interest in this work, and hoped that these experts in fruit growing would encourage the farmers to go into this line more extensively. Land ip cheap throughout these sections and is admirably adapted to fruit and truck growing, while" ths railroads have given a special. rate on produce that enables the srrower to market hie, produce at How-cost- . Uyiehinery, and The"L. maintains this staff of expeits at their than .$5,000 a year i.i the expense of trials, as well as Inrue sums to litigants in civil canes. Judue Bbntou has an enviable record with the Court of Appeals as bis decisions are very seldom disputed, the lifigauts coming to the conclusion that is almost useless to contest his decisions, owing to the fact that the Court almost, invariably sustains h'iin. This is a big item to those who are forced into litigation and is the means of saving hundreds of ' Uullurs to the public. The experience that Judge Bontou bus already had,' ami the good majority. own expense, it being conducted in connection with their industrial departmentwhich places factories seeking sites in communication with the Boards ot Trade of different municipalities. The editor of The Time is in coin tnuuicatinii at present with con. cerns feekiiio locations through his channel and the probabili-M- e full time. Durum the past yem ire that some of them will the mill has iinlv tieeii closed foi send representatives here soon t a tew days at Christinas, when a holiday, and the men look the around over. once or twice fur .a da when high The many bargains being of- water in the river stopped work. The people of Ola v City have fered in our advertising columns every reason to be promt of this will unable you to save moiiex their iciivilv at concern, if vou watch the ads. Nttda, in the' upper end of the forward splendid service he has jiiven the county, is heini: looked The new to with great intere' public merits the approval of the mill there will be read lumper- voters, and it is site to say tha' ition shortly. Powell county will give him a th-fac- great variefyjof work can be turned out. Saving their own planing mill they are able to dress lumber jWhe.ii the market demands that kind, and are able advantage of at all times pinrkct. coifdftrVS.''Tbe- - lowur grades of lumber are manufacan tured into immense business in this line haviim been buildup during the past few years. Thetie boints. t taking in conjunction with that Cla.v City enioNs 'he best shipping rates of .any mud lar place in the country, make H possible to keep'the mill runniiiu toke tobacco-hogshead- M. F. Benningfield, of Rosslyn, Tho mass meeting held at the made a business trin tc our town Court House to protest against the Saturday. action recently brought ngaimt Stanton College was well attended Mr. Wiley Skidmore was hero Tuesday on business and visiting and much enthusiasm was manifest Speeches were made and the followhis brother, C. B. Skidmore. ing resolution was adopted : J. 11. .Stone and M. A. Phillips "Realizing the great benefit that were in Winchester last week in the the people of Stacton, Powell couninterest of their store business ty and vicinity derive from Stanton Mrs. Daniels visited her sister, College, and that in the coming M"8, Lawrence Knox at Nada two years it will grow us a college and davs of last week returning Sun- will bring up our town by bringing day. in a splendid class of citizens and Miss Bess Hardwick left Satur will make our town known as an day for Louisville where she will educational center; and realizing learn the millinery trade. She will thai she has a splendid corps of be gone till some time in Jnne or teachers who give to our scholars the very best training that a high July. school can give and that the PrinMr. and Mrs. Ab Hall and child cipal and teachers are splendid arrived Saturday to visit with Mrs. Christian men and women ; and Sis Hall and their uianv friends realizing the advantages of having and relatives. Mrs. Hall and her such a splendid institution in out mother have been quite sick tin-pmidst which will make out town few days. and count) hetter ud will huild up Ilex RenniiiL'tleld son of Dick lien trade and increase the value our uingfield, of Rosslyn, died Friday land and houus; He it resolved night of pneumonia and was buried that we pledge to Stanton CoHeire on Catt creek Sunday. Judge G our heartiest support and M. Derickson and his wile and Elthat we deplore the recent ac- mer attended the funeral from Stan- f'on that has been drought against ton. this institution and tint it does not Ranfnrd Gillie has resigned his express the will of the mass of the ulace an janitor at tho college fjfujjie ui iHiuon unu .community ; iiuihling and Iihh moved to II T. he it fiuther resolved that a copy i DeriekMin's place where he will these resolutions- be sent to the work in the tile factor. Guv Fruz Clav Cit rimes to on printed." All of the best and leading men hah ft ken his place as janitor. Mr. Kupert Itusse will move into of Stanton and communiix signed these resolutions. The writer will he hou-- e vacited by Mr. Gillie. not heve space to give all the names returned last liuriiHiu Skidiu-'rhut he will giv the heads of famiweek from a trip flown into lies. Nelson Mlount, H. Melroy, where he went down to have It. L Kversole, Geo Stephens. M. a look it the rich black inuc soil K. Lyle, Tom Mcintosh, Jidin f that state. Ifuinuin that Thomas ("haiiey, John HoldKentucky is good enough tor him, er, . P Siewart, Virlm Snowdeo, We do not and we are glad of it .1 D. Luna- -, .1 C Patrick. Henry want to lose any of oiu good citiFaulkner, .1. K Stone, Fred Ware, zens. -- i Ala-iiam- a ss B"r-i;he- r, Mrs. II. T. Davis, of .1 icksnn. died last week at the Hospital in Lexington of cmicer of the stom-uch- . She was the mother of John Davis, who married Mies Gallic Norton of our town. Mr Davis wan called from bis home in Lima, Ohio, to attend the funeral, ills J. S Fwen. G. U. Conlee, A. P. Hice, W. R. . W. Anderson, Johnson, M. (J. McCormick, Jus. F. Martin, J D. freed, H. I J. Tipton, K. H Fuller, Kd. Prolitt, Win. Scott, 'ie Dehart, W. L. Bush, I outiuued on page sx LADIES' AID. SOCIETY. STANTON Students - Admitted - COLLEGE, at - any Time. The Ladies' Aid of the Chris tian Church met at the home of Mrs. H. H. Pherigo 4g JOIN THE TPJR Thurday uf- - STANTON, KY One of the Best Schools in Kentucky. Courses in Agriculture and Domestic Science. Review Classes in the Common Branches will be Conducted throughout the Term. By paying part of their Expenses in Wort, Students may get Kates at the Dormitory as low as $1.50 per Week. For 'Information Write to ternoon January 28th. After the regular business of the meeting was over a delicious luncheon was served. Those present were Mesdames A. M. Burgher, W. C. Martin. G. Ilackworth, A. P. Johnson, Jennie Russell, D. II, Matherly, Lena Waldron, Hadie Kirk and B. Akers. Three new members were added to our list at this meeting; Mesdanfes H. II. Pherigo, Lou Dailey and Mary .Belle Pettit. The Aid will meet with Mrs. G. Ilackworth, Thursday, February lit Ii, at 2 p. m. All members are urged to be present at this meeting. The groundhog came out Tues day, couldn't find his thadaw and stayed out, a sure sign mat: Spring is here, CLUB Booster Coupons are Given with all CASH Purchases at Our Store. Join the Booster Club Save tho Booster Coupons. Get Your Friends to Help You BEAUTIFUL PREMIUMS Fosters Fine Dress J. W. WILLIAMS Goods, Groceries, Millinery, Hats Notions, and Shoes. Clothing, Clay City, Ky. Rev. J. C. Hanley, President, Stanton, Ky. See Premiums At Our Store CLUB AND JOIN , ASK ABOUT THE IT I it ..'i 1,,.. u THE 1'IMES. To the Democrats of the 25th Judicial District: ry Baructt known us tho Gravett. place. B. F. McKinney,,'who a few years ago sold out, here and moved to Clark couifty where he purchased a nice farm, has recently bought another 100 acres of Blue- Yo grass laud adjoining him. are nlwajs glad to note the prosperity of our boys 'wherever they V1 may be. How to secure this Pianff free I. reading public In announcing my candidacy for the Democratic nomination for Circuit Judge, I present a record of service of which the Eighteen Years Old closest and most critical inspecThe Best Weekly in this Section tion is invited. It is recorded in the order books kept in the clerks' oflices of tho district, and SUBSCRIPTION RATE $1.00 per shows that the work of the court year in advance. has been done by ine with a CLIDA1 to the tax payers of the State M. P. O'MARA, of more than sfoOOO.OO a year in OWNER AND PUBLISHER. the cost of criminal prosecutions W. F. Smyth sulci a nice and a still larger saving to the to Win. Morton for .ftfO. litigants in civil cases. Entered as second-clas- s There is lots'of corn on South mail I pledge. a continuation of like Fork for sale at .$4.6o per bbl. at the Post Oflice at Clay City, service, giving maximum clhcien-eIvy., under the Act of Congress of We aro looking tor the dogfor minimum cosf.. wood men in at any time to go .March 3, 1879. I have suggested and secured to cutting pofes. ' the adoption of improved rules A HOME-MAJ. E. Knox, of Soirth Fork, who PAPER. in the conduct of trials which in a large measure, defeat the. law.'s has been ill for some time, is'uo oetter at tins writing. THURSDAY, JAN. 2S. 115 delays, reduce the cost, and give the poor man, as nearly as possi Ova West, MorrisjKnox, Oscar ble an equal opportunity in liti Birch and Joe Mullens were the gating with that possessed by the guests of Mose Ilatjon Sunduw ANNOUNCEMENTS rich and powerful litigant. 1 have .stood and will continue For Railroad Commissioner. to stand for a rigid enforcement ; TREES. Wc are authorized to announce of the criminaT laws without reFruit and Ornamental trees, II. G. GARRETT as a candidate for Railroad Com- spect to persons, applying them Shrubs, Grape Vines, Rhubarb, missioner in the Third Railroad to the rich and the poor, the high Peonies, Phlox, Roses, etc. Commissioners District. Subject and the low, alike. EVERY THING FOR ORCHARD, lo the action of the Republican I have stood and will continue primary August 4th 1915. LAWN AND GARDEN. to stand for clean elections, deNO AGENTS FREE CATALOGS manding that election offenders For Circuit Judge. shall be dealt with just as alloth H. F. HILLENMEYjER & SONS, We are authorized to announce er law breakers are. W. R. SHACKELFORD Lexington. 'Ky. Clean elections elevate the as Candidate for the Democratic nomination for Circuit Judge of standard of civic puiity, and conthe Twenty-fiftJudicial district. stitute an advance step in the PUWELL Primary, August 4, 1915. uplift of humanity. The public Writers of all Kinds of Fire. Lli eonsciem-has been aroused on "Wc are authorized to announce Tornado, Lightning and Hail Insur this question and its progress ance., we are M. BENTON J. ,alsq agents for the must be forward, not backward. Illinois Surety of Winchester, Ky., as Company and are prefor the Democratic noininntinn fm- It is a great light and I am proud pared to do a general Bonding busi Circuit Judge in the 25th Judi to be on the right side. ness. cial district. 1'rnnary elcctian I may not be able to see all the POWELL i JACKSON August i, lUlo. voters of the district in person, Sam W. Powell LInville Jackson as jny ollicial duties', whicin For Representative. Office in Court House. shall in no wise neglect, demand Winchester Wc are authorized to announce practically all of my Kentucky time. I A. M. LOWE must therefore rely largely upon as a candidate for Representative from this district, subject to the my friends, in each county, to CLEANING AND PRESSING. action oi the Democratic primary, aid me in she race and guarl my August 4, 1'JIO. interests, assuring them that I I am ready to da your Cleanshall prosecute the campaign with ing and Pressing. Good work Wc are authorized to announce vigor so that overv voter in the T. J. PONDER guaranteed and charges reasonas a candidate for the Republican district may be made fully ac able. Orders left with J. Bloom nomination for Representative quainted with all Him issues in. will receive prompt attention. from this District. Primary Au volved before be comes to vote. gust 4, lyis. Gratefully thankful for the JAMES WILLIAMS. oyalty that has been accorded Congressman Stanley is receiv me in the past, I earnestly ask ing u good many letters these the voters of the- district who a p. TKACV &- - STOKELY lays from lus supporters through- - prove my record and feel that it nut the State, and appears to be merits endorsement to again givo well satisfied with the outlook mo their cordial support, pledg-ig- n Real Estate and Insurance. to thei'i the best service that for his nomination for Governor Wo Bay and Sell Farm and City of Kentucky. There is very lit my ripened experience enables Property of nil kinds. Wo have some tie doubt that should he secure mo to give. nice farms in Clark and adjoining Respect fully, the nomination, ho will carry the J. M. BENTON. counties for salo or rent. Write us ticket through. Mr. Stanley is what you want. February 1st, 101.). of the nggressive type of candi We write all kinds of Insurance. date, who does not believe in TRACY AND STOKELY. Iniucing words, and it is this light SPOUT SPRING ing spirit which endeara him to Office, Main Street, Winchester, Ky. many of the voters. Powell Oscar Bainet has a severe 'at county will be pretty sure to hand tack of la grippe. over a good majority to Mr. Stun, SHOE ley, to judge- by the way they Joe MuKlnney was in Stanton li.ivo supported bin) in the past. Friday on business. Send your shoes by parcel post, W. L. Byrd was a'moiiK the Colonel Walton's now paper, and havo them repaired in tho best Winchester court visitors Mon 1 lio Lexingtonian, is now in full day. way. and with tho best material. Bwing and it certainly justifies Send money with the shoes. Prices: tho opinions formerly expressed. A. E. Sams visited b!s daugh Men's Half Soles, sewed &0c, nail- e Col. Wuiton is one of the ter, Mrs. Lisle Fox, near Win. ed 65c. newspaper men, and lie Chester Wennesday. Boys' and Women's Half Soles, sewknows how to get nut a sheet Miss Lului Connor who has been that is full of interest to the sick for several weeks, is slowly ed 75c. nailed 50c. A Democratic Newspaper pav-in- g y DE Cut out the coupon n this advertisement, fill It in pronetly, mail or bring it to our store. Then buy your goods at our store; get your friends to buyi and have your friends lo get their friends to buy. Collect all their Booster coupons and place them to your own credit in our Booster Club ballot box. With your friends' help you can secure several hundred dollars' worth of Booster coupons every month. This capital prize will be given to the Boost- er securing the greatest number of coupons before the close of the Booster Club campaign. Thirty days' notice of close will be given. In case of a tie for any premium, the premium will be sold and the money divided. us. will stay just as low besides, we offer many special bargains. will still be of the same thorougly reliable quality. There is every reason why you should do all of your trading at our store. Booster. Coupons given for cash purchases, for produce or in settlement of old accounts. - Our prices Out goods OUR PRICES WILL REMAIN AS LOW AS EVER REMEMBER: It will not cost you one penny more to trade with 'I he premium store, to see it. will arrive in a" few days. Watch for it and come to our Enter Your Name or the Name of Some Friend as a member of the Booster Club and commence saving coupons. No near relative of any person actively connected with our store will be allowed to joitj the Booster club. See the Ad next week which will explain how to get the Booster Pin. Music each Saturday Afternoon. Listen to Music while the clerks wait on you. GOOD FOR 1,000 BOOSTER COUPONS. firs. J. W. Williams' Booster Club itore. I wsft to nominate as a member of your Booster Club I understand this Is merely a nomination, and does not obligate me In any way. Name Dare Address (Ontyonc to a Member.) .' h nomination coupon. KilJ out, cut out mid mnil or bring to our storo or use this as a sample e HRS. J. W. WILLIAMS THE llOOSTUIt STOKE - Our Stock Is Complete Besides our large line of Groceries, g priwhich we are selling at Money-Savin- ces, we carry a fine line of ? . Calicos, Ginghams, Etc., and can save you money on them. Our line of Men's Overalls cannot be beaten. WE SOLITIT YOUR TRADE. - Farmers' Union Supply Frrink Kennon, Mgr. Co. ! I - - jpiil! BIG DISCOUNT SALE Every Suit and Overcoat in our splendid stock is being offered at a discount of 25 per cent from regular prices. OUR GOODS jnim old-Min- HAVE ii THE QUALITY milium iiiui mi hi ill mproving. Marion Snpwden shas inovad from liurdwick's Creek to Joe Parcel post work receives prompt for the next fe,w days;, Clay City tention. will loHaoino Qluy, ifs 'fvoryoue MuKinney's farm.Inaving CHAS. BALMUT carrius awuy a fey Bonnie Harnett has moved from' pound. Clark county lu'tho farm. of BurWinchester, Ky. If tho rain continues to full Rubber heels, Men, 65c, Women v50c. Leather heels, Men, 35; Women 25c. at- Bloomfield Specials are in a Class by Themselves Lee Bloomfield & Co., North Main St. Winchester, Ky. St' - tn - . Special Dem'ontratibn and Sale $8.00 Set of Granite and Copper Ware T?rQD With every Mujcs-ritJ- tJ tie Hunge Sold Great Majesti FEBRUARY 15th to 22nd (l'tii-Mhiy- $8.00 Set of Granite and Copper Ware Pr&D Li-C- '"' ''ery Mnj' tj,. ;n,r,. Sdlil J: (One week only) Save $8.00 As a special inducement during our demonstration week only, with 1 every Majestic Range sold (prices :!. always the same) we will give free 31 one handsome set of ware as illus trated here. Every piece of this ware is the best of its kind. Not a piece that is not not. needed in every kitchen. It cannot be bought for less than $8.00. This ware is on exhibition at our store. Don't Fail To See It. (One week only) CHILDREN I)Y Tango H jops FREE ioo . bi'tuccii 3 nml ii p. in ) Tlie first 1"0 boys and girls who present to the Majestic Range Salesman at our store, between 3 and 5 p. m. Tuesday, written answers to the following cjuestiens, will receive a "TANGO FREE. I . 'HOOP Souvenir" Which Shall high-price- It Be? IfiM KETTLE : I8UZ- I4re-all-coppe- Do you intend to continue laboring, burning valuablp fuel and defood with that d stroying cook stove. old wom-ou- t You KNOW that old stove eats You up a lot of fuel each year. KNOW you have trouble in getting You KNOW it to bake just right. it cost considerable for yearly repairs. Stop and think and figure. Wouldn't it pay you to buy a good range a range with a reputatiion The Oreat majestic Alallenble and Charcoal Iron Range You make no mistake in buying the GREAT ,MAJESTICit's the Then, too, range with a reputation. it's made just right and of the r.ght kind of material Malleable and together prc-ticall- y Charcoal Iron-riveted ill B i Mlllilsd 1 1 jjl Ifll Lv Ly1 M COFFEE-POT- - V fmiskjfel,v'' V k WssrWs M 11 IlitW Jl!JlliPbw WEmCQ t& mppmi-v- 2 siuilltiever- - iL i? isJoririLL-rJRip-pnri5- with asbestos-pa- rts air tight-lin- ed being malleable can't break-h- as a movable reservoir and an oven What range is your mother now using? 2 Do you know of anyone needing a new range ? Who ? 3 Why should the Great Majestic range be in every kitchen ? Si.oo ARTICLE The one one giving the neatest and best answer to the last question may select any fl.Hll article from our stock, in addition to the souvenir. Don't be discouraged if you arc not cue of the I ' to get a Tango Hoop Souvenir. You will get a Majestic Puzzle Card. Something for all the boys and girls. Don't fail to get one of these TanIt's a new and wondergo hoops. ful the old as well as the young. The hoop dances forward, hesitates and returns to the operator. Children, it's great and will be the talk of the town, Pe sure to have your answers ready to hand in our store TUESM a 3 0 DAY AFTERNOON, between t why the that doesn't warp-tha- t's -- 53 Maicstic uses so little tuel, baKes just right euery day in me year.i Drowns oread just nght all over without turning.; heats IP gallons of water while breakfast is cooking pr perly handled lasts a lifetime, and costs pracDon't buy the range you expect to last a lifetime, "unsight, un- tically nothing for repairs. seen: vou II be sure to be dissapointed. Lome to our store during demontration week, see out j'ust why the th! GREAT MAJESTIC have its many exclusive feature explained-fir- fd Majestic is 300 stronger than other ranges where most ranges are weakest. THIS SET OF WARE FREE during thi3 week a soscial dcmonstalor direct from the MAJESTIC will be glad to show you "All About Rangcs"--shoyou why the Majestic is the best range on earth tt a"iy price. C iT .. jpf m. ., , 1 hey 3 and 5. must be written answers Othciwisc you will not get a souvenir. I All FAC TORY w 4 A COME, IF YOU INTdN TO BUY OR NOT 1 Don't Overlook the Date. This is a Special Invitation to on and Your Friend EATON CLAY CITY PILOT Gabo Pujjato has purchased nice lioj;s from Tom Hull. Randall TownsenJ litis returned home from Tennessee. 1 . & McGUlKLi KENTUCKY. li mm1 Rev. I'eel peeled it! to the pcple at this place Sunday iiiorn i nir ami nilit. Bin. IVcl is 7- - yeai old and verv ..fti vi u nil useful tvnn-at this age. He hits been a f.utlil'ul vant mi the ministrv unit expects to continue until the end. i is fine for Prof. IS. M. Rogers, vocal mu- Bell's sician, will conduct singing at Colds and Coughs. It loosens the Beech Grove Sunday. Mucous, stops the Cough and the Lungs. It's guaranMrs. J). U. Hail and little soothes Only 25c. at your Drugdaughter, hula, spent Saturday teed. gist. with Mrs. Fred Kinser. nion - tt st-- r ngaiust ('phis, Sore and Swollen Joints, Lumbago, Sciatica and like ailments. Your money back if not sitblii'd, hut it does give almost instant iclief. Buy a bottle today. .MesdamesT. A. Hull and Belle Mrs. D. C. Hall made a busU Campbell spent Wednesday with Friday1. neas trio to Radical Mr. anil Mrs. U. B. Yeary. Miss LOG LICK. Miss Bessie evening with Miss Amy Wise. IW1 Hall epent Sunday Loudice Hall and sister, Mr. Uiirtpn Hall visited his un. Lizzie Sparks, wore tho guests of cle, Schooler Pas(oy, this week' Mrs. John Kinser Wednesday. Mrs. A largo crowd attended the day prayer meeting Tuesday night. Mrs.' Belle Campbell and daughter, Myrtle went to Dudee Tuesid' this week shopping. Shelby Yeary spent Saturday Voss Williams, Earnest, and evening with Mr. and Mr. Hill tidd Hattpn from Union Chapel 0 sinning schools nt Log Lick and liked by all. Hall. j attended church here this week. is well known and There is an epidejnk! of tho Miss Laura Hqlomy visited Miss, Lewis Mullens is no better at mumps at this place, and now is tljis writing. He has been moved a good season for them, the night. to the home of his father, Joseph weather being too bad for any. Farlping'preparations aro slow Mullens.' thing else. With f"W exceptions in this ticinitv. owing to tho bad they are allgetting along nicely. weather.' YOUR COLI? IS DANGEROUS Leonard Mutherly, a prominent BREAK IT UP NOW Had colds are very prevalent young school teauher of thisr.oiin A Cold is readily catching. A ty, left Mojida.v to attend school here, many bejng "confined to system is suscoptible to at Morehead. Mr. Matherly will their homes- -. Germs. You owe it to yourself take pedagogical work, therefore Misses Viva, Lizzie nd Golda Sparks attended ohurcli. utTin nml to others of your- household 'preparing himself for the greater to fight tho Genus at once. Dr. toucher. ' unvnuhday. run-down The new railroad from WinKerr entertained a chester to Irvine is now alnmt Freights can he heard few of her friends Saturday night. complete. daily and it is hoped that pas Court at Winchester Monday be put in operation was slightly attended by citizens senders will at once. The road will be a great of this comnUinity. help to the people here as it will A. W Ledfofd, professor of be much closer than Indi in Fields music, ,was. among friends here the present nearest ruilroad staSunday. Mr Ledford has tuught tion. Keep it Handy For Rheumatism. No use to squirm and wince and try to wear out Rheumatism. It will wear you out instead. Apply some Sloan's Liniment. Need not rub it in just let it penetrate all through tho nlTccted pain. You get case at once and feel so much hotter you want to go right out and tell other sufferers about Sloan's. Get n bottle'of Sloan's Liniment for 23 cunts of any druggist and huvo it in the' house Chas. A. Carrithers, Jeweler and Opticimi, (iraduute of Blicln In Watch and Clock REPAIRING. Prompt Aitenil n (liven to flail liuslnefs. WINCHESTER. KENTUCKY t I J. H. LACY & CO., f Real Estate ... HOUSES FOU SALE AMI) A RUM' . f CITY J PROPERTY SPECIALTY DUg.. Phone 04 ( t Room 200 McElJowney WINCHESTER, KENTUCKY. LOMBARD. county, is visiting the homo of tlio Martin brothers. n nice calf to Asbury Martin is on the sick Jones Wymore clerked in the John Combs sold Mack Daniel for $20.00. list. store of A. M. Lowe & Co., last II. S. Martin and B. V. Knox Deputy Sher- week. Jones is a hustling clerk. G. M. Dorickson, were visitors hero last week. Sunday. iff, was hero Hoes are selling in this com QUALITY when buying Silverware. Harvo Hanks went" to Hard Ewen spent the day with munity at .$0.75 per cwt. Corn Mike For QUALITY and Diflindion of Design, our Silverware is $4.00 per barrel and all kinds wick's crcok last week on busi Isaac Lowe Saturday. Unrivalled. When b Lexington be sure to call on us. ness. of feed scarce. A. M. Lowe was nt Nada last Mrs. J. H. Mullins, of Mrs. W. B. Thompson, of Friday loading out some ties. Perry County, is here stopped Over with her Farmers are about through parents Friday, while on her way visiting relatives. stripping tobacco in this section. homo from Louisville. Bonnie Mullins made his usual Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Tom The Hallmark Store, F. 0. Wills, the most promi- trip to Pilot lust Thursday. William Coulee, a 5Mb. boy nent farmer and stockman of Seems as though there is some LEXINGTON, KY. Henry. 5 W. Main St., Rosslyn, suffered a painful acci- attraction fn that direction. Roy. E. II. K.tchie, the M. E. dent while repairing a chair. Cash Bowen, the relief oporalor church pestor, preached a splen- La nail which he was driving for the L. & N. R. R., is kept, did sermon Sunday. struck him in the eye. He will busy going from one station to Albro Amburghy, of Menifee leave for Lexington at once lo another. Stop off at Nada, Cash, consult an eye specialist. and relieve Mr. Bailey for a day Fox Hunters As or two. The Rosslyn sociation will meet at their hull R. C. Bailey, operator and agent Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock for the L. & N. R. R., at Nada, Feb. 1st, and elect officers for t he has teen trying to get relieved yaar of 1015. Mike Ewen, will for a day or two to go to Clay talk on the elimination of the Ciry. 'Seemsas though Mr. Bail-e- y trapping evil and the protection has important business there. of the red fox aud other furbea "I want to tell you what wonderful benefit I have re- - Jff W. .1. Hanks is closing out his JJ ing animals. writes W celved from the use of Thedford's obi houses that were bnilt when Preston Johnson sold his crop Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky. Lumber Co., were "It certainly has no equal for la grippe, bad colds, the Lamp Oil that of 1500 pounds of tobacco at Win- the Bis: Woods operating a narrow guai:e rail ht liver and stomach troubles. I firmly believe chester for an average of 3c lb. Saves Eyes road from here to Big Woods a W S. Martin & Son shipped to Lexsaved my little girl's life. When she had the measles, Jiothln more Important In the dixUnce of 12 miles, and the buy home than clour, steady llj;lit. Iorara they went In on her, but one good dose of Thedford's W ington their crop of 3,000 lbs., this br rettlntr tbe oil tluit burns busy tearing them down. JJ ripen without a flicker clear and W sold at the Phoenix ers are made them break out, and she has had no which was down to tbe last drop, crude oil refined to nrrfeetlnn. ware house at an average of $15 Otwtn no mo than tho Inferior Jj more trouble. I shall never be without tankwajron oil -- naves MONEY urea per cwt. This was the best crop Prompt Action Will Stop Your WORK eaves eve a. Yonr dealer hw SOLITE Oil. In grown in Powell county. M. F. barrel direct from our worka. Conga. Beningfield shipped to WinchesWhen you first catch a Cold P Chas. C. Stoll Oil Co. ter his crop of tobacco of 800 lbs. (often indicated by .a sneeze or Lexington, Ky. winch iiniuuhi an iiverunt- - of 5c. Kcflnery at Warren, Fa. cough), break it up at once. The We aeU the celebrated "No Cart1 Auto OIL Old Papers for Sale at The Uon tVint "It does not matter" fn my home." For constipation, indigestion, headache, dizzl- ROSSLYN. Beat-tyville, o, t t t T t t Always Consider Vidtor Bo gart Co., 133-13- Try Us For Your - Job Work S -- Saved Girl's life Black-Draugh- t," Black-Draug- S J 5 J S 1 Black-Draug- ht J J J J J jj I BLAck-DraugH- T Times Office. 'often leads to serious complica- - J 5 j jj jl l After Inventory & ness, malaria, chills and fever, biliousness, and all similar has proved itself a safe, ailments, Thedford's reliable, gentle and valuable remedy. kfli you suffer from any of these complaints, try Black-If Draught It is a medicine of known merit Seventy-fiv- e years of splendid success proves its value. Good for Jff young and old. For sale everywhere. Price 25 cents. Black-Draug- ht J 5 j J D-- COLLAR SALE mmm The remedy which immediately and easily penetrates the lining of the throat is the kind demanded. Dr. King's New Discovery soothes the irritation, loosens the phlegm. You feel better at onoe. "It seemed to reach the very spot of my Cough," is one of the many honest testi monials. 50o. at your Druggist. tions. Searching For Aliasing Heirs. Capital Stock Surplus tmd Undivided Profits $100,000 $200,000 THE WINCHESTER BANK, of Winchester, Ky. N. Holly Witherspoon, President. Cashier. W. It. Sphar YOUR 1ACCOUNT SOLICITED. 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 ' $i.75 For Choice Many of these Collars sold as high as $3.50 and were good values at it. You know all kinds of leather goods have advanced very much recently and now is the opportunity for you to buy good work collars cheap, all sizes. First come, first served. .None Charged at This Price.. The Black niorp Goneolngical Society of California has written I'ost master Wuldron at Walters- ville making inquiry about heirs to a rich ineritance in California. The names of the families sought are Ringnld, Hvnes and Ingram. This estate was left by a Mrs. Hynes, who recently passed away without heirs. Mrs. Dynes was a Miss Ingram who ran away Where to Eat in Winchester and They will tell you. from some Eastern Kentucky county back in the forties and JONES RESTAURANT married Hynes. They emigrated Cor Main & Warrington. to Nebraska where Hynes died in 1870 without any living chidren. Mrs. Hynes then moved to Oali Grubbs and Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, Winchester, Ky. fornia aud invested the estate left by her husbend in lands there, which accumulated a nice litte fortune. A reward of $100 is offered for the location of the heirs. As there is a family of Ingrains in this county aud the Hynes family is scattered in both of our neighboring counties of Estill and Montgomery, it might profit them to investigate tins matter. FREE TO FARMERS SEEDS Ratekin By special arrangement the Seed House of Shenandoah, Iowa, cue of the oldest, best established seed firms in the country will mail a copy of their Big Illustrated Seed Catalogues. This book is complete on all farm and garden seeds. It tells how to grow big welds and all about the lest varieties of Corn for your locality; also Seed Oats, Wheat Uarley, Speltz, Grasses, Clovers, Alfalfa, Pasture and Lawn Mixtures, Seed Potatoes ami all other farm and garden seeds. This Book is worth dollars to alt in want of seeds of any kind. IT'S FREE to all our readers. Write for it today and mention this paper. The address it RATEKIN'S SEED HOUSE, Shenandoah, Iowa- - Chip of 6i The Flying U" kAthlynwilliams IttutlraltJ from Piolatrapht of Sctnti In thm Photo Drama "1 love'd youilqng before I met you. been "In our midst" Your mothcr'used to pay mo Just for two days before Dunk Whltaker re the privilege oT talking to me about yon." turned from Iluttc. THE END. With Dunk enme Senator Tllch. Tllch himself carried the painting. AVe nil nBscmbled In the parlor every one of forever for tho first lady of the Fly- - !ng U!" Cecil hadn't Hardwick and Co.'s SemiAunual STOCK REDUCING SALE WINTER GOODS at greatly reduced prices. It will pay you to take advantage of this Sale. Make our loss your gain. Wc can not here mention all of ihe many bargains put in this sale, but the following will give you an idea of what we can do for you. us. Glida. f IA Sama Name Orlelnally publlahedln PopuUrMm-line- . Copyright by Street & Smith. Novel published by C. W. Dillingham Co. Written by M. Bower. Picture Play and Photographs Copyright by a The Sells Poly acopa Company. ".;iul Jack! How's Jack?" "Jack?" I said, as In a dream. "3ack? Oh Jack's all right. Jack's line. And I suppose you and Jack will now flx things up for " "(rand scenery this!" shouted Cecil, to shut me up. "Oh the grandest ccpiiery I've ever saw." And then the arrival of Cecil at! th rnich and Into my brother's arm. I I "So That Dub Is Coming to Sirs You never saw aucb a meet.nj people In love In all your liie. 1 . oil?" ij t without further adcr. Jac. li'tnr. owner bf the Flying U, tin ed the assembled boys whn i:i . 'I - ..ul l meet Cecil. And he f. out bo much as "by yoai rmi from Cecil Jack said: "Permit me, boys, to mi t. lady of my heart, the fu of the Flying U." 'v "Hurray!" Ehouted the 1. - When we were all at last assembled, Dunk arose to make the formal speech of his life. "Ladles and gents," he said, "it Is my pleasure and privilege to Introduce to you toe greatest statesman in America my friend, Senator Itlch. Senator Itlch Is my friend. My friend has consented to buy this beautiful picture painted by our esteemed and beloved doctor, the sister of my partner. The senator herewith will now write a check for the painting which be has bought." "Hurray!" cried the boys. "One moment!" I called, stepping to tho front, Interposing botween the senator and Dunk Whltaker. The senator was preparing to write the check. "Make out that check," I said to the senator, "to Mr. Claude Bennett. For Claude Dennett Is tho artist who painted that picture not I." Dunk was already beginning to go to pieces. "Claude Bennett!" Dunk gasped. "Who's he? Where Is he?" "He's right hero In our midst," I said, drawing Chip to the front. "Hurray for Chip!" cried the boys. "No!" I protested. "Hurray for Mr. Claude Bennett!" "Glad to see you again, Bennett," cried tho senator, recognizing Chip. "Why, ladles and gentlemen, Mr. Claude Bennett Is the man to whom I owe my life. Ho saved my life under circumstances most heroic two years ago In the river." Claude and the senator shook hands like old pals. Dunk Whttaker seemed to be disintegrating In his person. The architecture of his life seemed to be settling. "Yes!" resumed the senator. "I must Inform everybody It Is my duty I mu6t inform all of you now as to the Identity of the foreman whom you have till now known only as Chip. This man Is Mr. Claude Bennett, son of the president of one of the greatest banks In New York. His father Is a millionaire many times over. And Claude Bennett is his sole heir." Dunk now collapsed completely.. He sank limply' Into a chair and feebly consulted a time table Informing him as to the time at which the first train would leave town, for Butte, Mont. A.id well, of course, if you must know Chip and I met a few minutes later by a haystack. And before wo loft that haystack it was all over. " loved you, Chip," I confessed and delighted to make the confession Charlie Ilattoii wus in Bowon Sat Unlay night'. John Mullens went, to Howeu Siturday on business. Priseilla Bowcn, who has b'een quite illis improving. Miss Kiln Morton visited (at Moses Button's Sunday night. J. L. Frazierwns hern one day last week on his way to Oat creek. M so Martin made iris regular "business" trip to Torrent. Sunday. Knox is still sult'ering with a bad cough and is not. very much better . Messrs. George Faulkner and Mr. Matt McDonald stayed ut Olida Morton's one night, last week. J. $21.50 Men's Suits going at 15.00; $18 Suits at $12; $15 Suirsat$IO; 12.50 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 oocs 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 med Children's Coats at same per cent. cut. Woman's trimHats 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 1.75. and ready-to-we- ar The Dogwood men have returned to Salt Lick, Ky., to saw up what tliey have lot cut and loaded on the car. Mose Martin made a trip to Torrent, Ivy., Saturday night and Sunday. It seems that there is some attraction in Mint place. A number "of our young men attended the singing at James 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 Pitfloral Review dress patterns. Sweet-Or- HARDWICK I vx i -- & COMPANY, KENTUCKY. McCoy's and when some of them noticed the scarcity of girls, tlie "'made tracks" for some. M"rs. Grnnt Sne, Melvin Morton, (Join Bow en and Mose Mar 'in have taken a log job on Gray's Branch ami .ini to go to work bout the first of February. LOMBARD. SI ANTON, : : :- - --i- - - J. DAN JACKSON. Dealer In New and Second Hand Furniture TJpliolKtoi'iiija: jukI Upjiiiiiiir n Si;ialty. niceshote Price on B. F. Mar Corner Broadway anil Mapel tN la John Combs sold S. McDonald ?x known. B H Millions an st. Winchester, - Kentucky. tin made a flyj.m,' rip to Nwla WIRL FENCE. CLOVER and TinOTHY SEED. cOITOINSEED AiEAL BRAN OUK Saturday nisrht Everett Hanks sold five nice (Opiates to Tom Edge at private figures nd family, of place, were the guests of ha. Wright .and family, of Nada Sunday1' G M. Mullens thi j OATS Home to Our Store An 1 Oweusboro Wagons I'RICliS ARB ALWAYS RIGHT. Flvrlfn rri ,G Titttln KENTUCKY. Winchester T t Buckeye Fence. If .You want ; I- t 'p- - the Best Farm ! C38 t t t f T ? Dennis Spencer has moved N hIh, where lie from D 'ndee is employed as clerk in Hendrix & Co.'s store J. O. Rogers, who sustained injuries about two weks .mo while loading lumber for the Dana Lumber Co., at Nadu, is not im proving at this writing. Fire destroyed the Girls' Dormitory, one of the largest school buildings in flip State, at Hazel Green, Wolfe county, early lat Thursday. The loss i about with but little insurance. Tho stu lent escaped in their night clothe", maily having narrow escapes. Many lost all their belongings, as ,'well as furnish, ings. The nlmol is operated by the Women's Board of Missions, of the Christian church. $0,-00- 0 let us you what a nice line of goods Our stock of Dry (ioods, Notion'-, we carry. Groceries, Hardware, Clothing, Shoes and etc. U with Variety, Style and Qualiy. THIS COMBINED WITH OUlt v Fence and ? ? -' Low Prices Make it to your interest to give, us a good share of Wi"iwisciis.5ri5"C'tyitijy- Poultry Fence t made, buy the. "BUCKEYE" For Sale By t f t t ? your trade. cause We strive to please our customers wo know oatisf ted be- customers are our oest assets. Catarrh Cannot tMr, Franklin Hardware Company, 70 S. Main St., Winchester, Ky. f y with I.OCU. AITMCATia.XK. M llfy ranooi rMttt 'lie wul of Ilia iJm'iuhi. Cauirli u a blowl ur ruiulV' ucil In otilcr 10 curt' It ywi l.iut lakl lul.)Vil U taken tr'iUHlti. l IUI1' tvurtli "J arm iltn-rUuiwi tliv LuwJ aiul tuuruut tbrlMuk lilt t alarmbyCure W iiul a quark nirJU uue uf the phtftiruiil fluff. It at priwrlUHl piiNrtritlun. lu thw tMUilry (or )rjra auil U u l U W cumiMkMblooj tbtf l tuitln kiiuvvu. touiblrj dtnrtly 01 Hv nuriUcri. IIU llu brat Pi tlx Tli (wrlitt miuUlralkix aiuo.ua surl.in'a. la liil pruluira mm Kumutlu; u Itu l ri ta riir'1 ratarrli. Hcikt for tiUtnuukila. trrc. y, J. CI l K.N KV ft CO I'roi. 'luluia. O irk- - TV. S4M ) OruwUia. Tkk UU'a family I'm fur cunaiUutuvt !c Cured Yours to please, WALDRON k JOHNSON, Ut Waltersville, Ky. l.ta STANTON. (Continued from First I'agc) Milt Lykins, J. W. Hall, II. B. Morris, Hobert Ewen, Wm. Kan-linJohn V. Williums, G. 15. Caudill, Ri W. Garrett, Kelly Fulks, J. M. Welch, R. C. Hall, 0. U. Skulmore, Wm. Ilnrdwick, II. T. Dorickson, G. M Deriokson, Romulus Jackson, J. T. Adams, Dr. I. W. Johnson, D. ft. Clark, W. II. Whithead, Sherman Thrp, Clifton Chancy, Jason Holder, Dr-E. Lemmings, Albert Skidinore, T. G. Skidmoro, .1. C. Conlep, T. C. Martin, f.nd Wm. Stephens. Besides these most of the good wives of those men have signed them nnd a host of others. As you look 'iiver these names you will see that it takes in pretty near every body In Stanton. It would probably include almost every body if thr writer could have got to seen the others. Only three men have refund to sign so far As fast as .ithers r:m be seen they will be given tlM opportunity of signing. The writer has had a request made that thes rendutions he circulated over ihe county as there are hundreds of others who want to si;;n. Many have sent word to the writer that they WHiit to sign. We were rath er xtirprised at the tremendiions approval civuii these resolutions. We hid expected to find more opposition than we did and were pleasantly surprised The writer wish e he could tll the friends of the college the good wnrdstliat have been spoken in hs fiiv r. It tnke h trying time like tin to find out who lire the real friends ami wh are .tilling to Maud v sind uphold this splendid institution. Ii 'ai well be .roi d of its l vul support, ors Resolution were adopted hi this mass meeting "iliui(r for county-widmeet ing at the tims firnt day of the March erin of 'ir cuit court at 1 oVlrck at the Court Houi-e- , there to 'speaking aiid addreses made hv prominent oiti' zens. Also reso ution were adopted to eiuplo n. other lawyer to assist Mr. J. D. Atkinson in the defense of Stanton College. One id the tinent lawyer in Eastern Kentucky and a great trlend of the college has ollVred his set vicei. if needed, and it is likelv that 'lie will In retained. k, J. PERSON PARAGRA Joe Tipton, of Winchester, was hero over Sunday. L. P. Keith wont to Lexington Wednesday on business. T. P. Mnuntz made a business trip to Lexington Wednesday. Miss Ethel Morton spent Sunday with her parents at Stanton. T. B. Ballard is preparing to move to Lexington in a few dnys. Joe Mountz was in Winchester Tuesday to have some dental work done. A. M. Burgher went to Iloxana Monday to do some work there for tiie Day Company. Miss Grace Shimfessel and Mr. Guss Shimfessel went to Lexington Wednesday on bnsiness. John C. Eaton was in Lexington Tuesday ninlit to spe) the wrestling match nr. the Ben AH. Attorney Robt. Friond, of Irvine, was here Inst Thursday, the siuest of E. II. Ritchie and family. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. McGuire days. returned Wednesday from Jack-son- , where they spent a few Mrs. A. T. Whitt and her little, son. Addison, Jr., are spending a week with her parents at More-hea- e I John Ballard has been in Lex itiL'ton . several days conducting the business there until the arrival of his father. Mrs. J. B. Eaton and daughter, Miss Ruth, returned Monday from a week's stay at Dry Ridj:e Spriuirs, Grant county. Miss Edna Morris, who lias been staying with Mrs. W. JJ. Neal during her illness spent Sunday with her pareutstat Stanton. Will Adams, freight conductor on the L. it E., is moving to Ha.. ard in a few days, finding place. Dr. J. W. Williams is inaugurating a big Booster campaign which should mean a large increase in business for his stores. The Doctor haYalways believed in the efficiency of printers' ink, and says that adverting pays. The store at Arcylo was robbed You will benefit by reading their a few nights ago, a quantity of adB over closely. merchandise boing taken. Brodhead-GarreU'- s now. mill Eaton and McGuire are having atNada is nearly oomploted nnd a big demonstration sale of Ma- will soon be in operation. This jestic ranges next week. See their will be one of the best jind most mills in tho State, ad in this issuo. having all the latest aud most The cold weather last week modern equipment. The IogB made some splendid skating on will all be brought in on the the canal, but Saturday's snow, owned by the company, .effollowed by tho rain, put an end fecting a big saving over the to it. river. The special meetings at the Mr. H. G. Crabbtree is confinMethodist church are attracting ed to the home of his mother, good crowds and Pastor Ritchie Mrs. Cox, and is seriously ill. is delivering some excellent ser- He started Monday for .Wilhurst mons. where his wife's brother, Mr. Some people say the world is Roily Burchfield, was seriously getting worse. 'We don't believe llf, but. was unable to go farther that Stanton. On arriving here it. We saw Butch McOlure and he was too ill to be taken to his Herbert. Waldrnu at church the home across the river. A telegram received Wednesday morn, other night. ing announced the death of Mr. Reports from Winchester state Burchfield. that Mr. J. 0. M. Day, who has been ill at his home there for Hal DeForrest, the manager of several weeks past, is uo'w im- the new Queen theatre in Winproving, and will soon be around chester, was hero over Sunday, agaiu. the guest of E. H. Ritchie and The Clay City National Bank family. Hal was raised, like tho made another shipmenfeof gold editor of The Times, in that good us, Can-adthis week to Ulevelan d. This is country to the north of to make a and never fails the second installment in pay- friendly call when he comes to ment for the stock allotted them town. He is one of the best known moving picture men in the in the Federal .Reserve Bank. shite, and the success of thevv in. Tho heavy rain following the Chester house is assumf under snow'caused a; 'big tide in the his management. river, and all the bottom land? have been flooded. Had the ra'n continued a little longer it is quite likely that the streets. would have . te LOO LICK. Mr. Charley Wassou, of Upper Hardwicks creek, jb visiting Mr. J. W. Vaughn, of this place. Messrs. Arthur Matherly and Acy Kerr, two of Log Lick's enterprising and business men, made a call on' special friends noar Winchester Saturday and Sunday. S. B. Kerr delivered a fine crop of tobacco at the Winchester market Wednesday, and, as usual for this year's tobacco, received a very small and unsatisfactory price. Mr. Casey Jones recently Vienna to Mr., Benny Hudson's place in Mr. Jones is a prosperous young farmer and no doubt, will mov-edfrom rail-roa- d . . do well at his new home. Mr. Abram Merrftt Rice of this place, celebrated his 00th birfhdav anniversary, Thursday, Jan. 28. a, friends and relatives were present, and a splendid and most enjoyable dinner was served including turkey and many other nice thing:) too numerous to mention. Those that p.irticipnied wer", in part, as follows: Frank Stone mid his two daughters, Mis.ei. Carrie and Liza, Miss Lena River Suowden, Mr. and Mrs. John Robertp and son. Dewey, and daughter, Miss Vina; Mr. Green Howard; Mr Win. Hi and wife; Mrs. Jim. W. Woods and family; Jno. Neise Williams and daughters, Jane nnd Ida; Miss Anna Wijliams; Robert Ends and sou, Jake, and . a host of his many I.eop AiImiiio. been covered. Waiter Smethers and Miss Alice Hat ton were married Saturday night at the residence of Mr. Safety HrstJ Total, Twenty-fiv- e R Rev. Lfl Adams, in Mecliauicsville. L. F. Maun olliciated. The Tunes & ri- joins in wishing theyoung couple rQ every happiness. 31 The Farmers' Union Store is Lfj placing an order for a car of assorted grass seed.' Those requiring seed for tjie coming season LC will do well to see Frank Kennon before next Wedesday, when the ifi order is to be sent away. Eg The recent cold weather was very hard on the quail throughout the county and iarge num tiers of them froze to death. One or two farmers who know the valuo of these birds to the farm, placd feed out for them, and saved many of them from starvation. ifi To protect the Depositor, it the Grit 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 let we have: Capital paid in, - $25,000.00 Surplus and Profits, 10,000.00 Shareholders' Liability, 25,000.00 - it more convenient to his work at that Mrs. O. 0. Meecham, returned to her home in Lexington, after spending a few days with her S $60,000.00 and Years of Experience at Our Present Location. CLAY CITY NATIONAL BANK, Clay Gty, Kentucky. Member Federal Reterve Bank Syflem. Hi T A Test' for Liver Complaint. Mentally Unhappy Phyaica'ly, Dull. The Liver, sluggish and inactive, first shows itself in a mental tatc unhappy critical. and Never is there joy in living, as when the Stomach and Liver arc doing their work. Keep your Liver active and healthy by using Dr. King's New Life Pills; they empty the Bowels freely, tone up your Stomach, cure your Constipation and purify the Blood. 25c. at Druggist. Bucklen's Arnica Salvo excellent for Piles. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Q. II. Mackey. Geo, Miss G race Shimfessel and Mrs. B. j Wiggins, of Clay City, visited Miss Jennio Green Mo. Kinney last week. Winchester Democrat. Miss Daisy. 5 FILSON MILLING CO., WHEN YOU WANT A SHAVE OR HAIR OUT OR ANY TONSORIAL WORK CALL ON H. H. FHERIGO. PRICE LIST Hair .Cut Shave Tonic Singe Shampoo OP WORK 25c 10c 10c 25c 25c ?. is 15 cents. . .. Saturday and Sunday, Shave Hgwlfala "MORE THAN WET" PRINK 1 Shearer, who has been visiting her brother, E. W. Charles Wilson, former Chief V Shearer, of Cincinnati, and Mrs. of Police of Mt. Sterling, was D F. Grimes, of Bethel, has re- found dead close to the trestle at V Lulbegrud Wednesday night. It turned home. is not known whether he fell off Mrs. W. II. Neal, who has been cnr.liucd to her room for the past the trestlo or was struck by a X fiyo weeks, is now considerably train. Mr. Wilsoirhad his blood hound with him and was trying better and is expected to be out to locate tho parties who broke in a few days. jinlo the store at Argylo. The Mis Bernice Adams, of dog was also killed, be'ing found 6pent Sundav with beside his master, ft. is supposher grandmother, Mrs. T. B. Baled that the dog may liiive pulled lard. Mrs. Ballard has been sick him of the trestle.. for some time but is much better now. The meeting at'' the Methodist Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Mann; Mr. church will continue throughput and Mrs. R. L. Tipton; A. T. this week and till Sunday night. Whitt. and Carter Reynolds en- The pastor will preach. each even joyed the hospitality of Mr. and ing on such subjects as "ExcusMrs. II. (J. Crabrreo Sunday, and es," "A .PeculiarPeople,'' "A did justice to a splendid turkey Great Salvation, The Valuo dinner. of a Hu rutin Soul,J' qtc. Every body is urged to attend. FOR SALE. A house with three lots in Lot all who love' the .Lord and Western part of Glay City, ad- lost souls pray earnestly, and ill joining the property, of Mr. Cole- song aud word help ta tl)is buttle man Port wood. Apply ti T. B. against sin and Satai). E. II. .Ritchie, P, (J. ;; BALLARD. . Manufacturers and Dealers in t 2 Meal, Postofiice, Bowen, Ky. crusneu ana sneuea vorn Chop, - t t J. L. Frazier, Prop'r, Shipping Point, Filson, Ky A A Wnl-tersvill- e, Hagan & Walters, WINCHESTER, KY. We are Prepared, to do All kinds of Machine Work : ' Both heavy and light. Alto weld broken 'castings or any metal that will melt, and make them as gjood as new. Smoke Stacks made to Order. . ALL WORK GUARANTEED -- : -' Give Ui a Trial and See How Quick We Do The Work. . .