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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): February 11, 1915 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1915 cla1915021101_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 11, 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 7 THE CLAY ICITY TIMES M. P. fj'MARA, Owner and Publisher We are Here ts Help Clay City-th- e Surrounding Country and Ourselves. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. 'VOL. XX. CL.Y CITY. KT mother .died a few months ago arid Mrs. Tfpton will care for them as long as they will stay. Mni.-A- ; RSDA.Y. FEBRUARY 11, 195. TRAFFIC NO. 6. DULAVED. 5TANTON. Mr. Rosa Hull made a living trip to Jackson last'Satiirday on business. Rev J). Q. Combs, of Morehead, will preach at the Christian church this Sunday. ' OLp yCTRAN DIES. TOWN BOAED MEETS The town board held their regular meetinc Saturday night, and after the transaction of routine business, the question of the collection of back taxes came up. Assessor Woolery handed in a list of those refusing to be assessed that scarcely left enough men in town to form a Board of Supervisors, and Tax Collector reported tax money as coming very slowly. After a short discussion Mr. Eaton was instructed to go right after the delinquents, and see they paid up at once, und take such action as he deemed necessary to collect all past due taxes. Some of those reported as refusing to be assessed were present nt the meeting and stated their reasons for so refusing. Others declared that they had not refused, but had not been caned on. ine loiiowing men were appointed to the Board of Supervisors, and will meet at an early date to go over the tax lists: Dr. Wm. O. Martin, John I'otts and Henry Waldron. Another matter that came up for discussion was the license fee of' $1100 imposed on soft drink stands. Tins ordinance has been .vjiUaiwLEiti,ce,it"Cauift.iltM.tlIect of January 1, am it was urged that tt either bo enforced or re scinded. It was finally decided lo nfrer to take a stated case to the Circuit Judge for decision, and in the meantime to allow tlie sale to conti.iue. It was de cided that if this method was not riatisfactnry to those violating the ordinance, a warmit would be taken out for the offenders, and the case would be tried as once. Ea-to- n Mrs. J. D. Lucos' mother returned to her formcr'home in Leo county Saturday. Uncle Jim llolrnan, of Bowen, was n visitor to our ktown Monday of this week". Prof. Earlo Sleeth preached at Camp-to- n Juhctton this past Sunday. Ho goes' there, once a mouthy The students will have their literary exercises at the. college Friday night of this week Everybody invited. Mrs. Margaret Vance returned homo Sunday from a visit to nor friend, Mrs. Russell in Montgomery county. Miss Carver returned from her homo in Tennessee Saturday and has resumed her classes at the college. Mrs. J. C. Hanley lias been on the sick list for several days this week but is able to be around again. Mrs. Bennie Hard wick returned from a prolonged stay at the homo of her son, J. H. Hardwick, of Winchester. Mrs. Bis Hall aud her mother, who have both been sick, arc much better thU wrltlni?. Mrs. Rose is ruther poorly yet. Kstes and son, of Garrard county, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tllford Abmr ev;ral days-p- i ' lost' week. Mr. Thomas Patton and Mrs, Celia Coomer, of Mt Caanan,' were married by the writer Tuesday of this week. Both have been through the ordeal before but Ijad lust their he'lpmates. Mrs,-Emcrin- e Mr. Hodman, of Mt. Sterling, has taken charge of the Phillips-Ston- e Co. more and It is being invoiced. Mr. Ai T. 8tcwart is assisting lu tho invoicing. Creditors will probably be paid in full when scttlernent.is made. f Misses Anna and Gladys Welch enter tnined a number of their friends Sat. urday evening and all report, a most pleasant time. Those present weio; Misses Minnie Conlee, Nora Martin, Maude and T.illie Boone, Messrs. Ro bcrt and Clay Conlee, Walter Thackcr and Chas. N. Crowe, feWnod. of Mt. Ster ling, a OmHWa'r veteran, and one of thebet. Known Republi cans in tfyj Stito, died last Wed nesddy. MajpriWood was eighty years of age, and had lived Mt. Sterling Bjiico the close of the war. He was. prominent in poll tics, and several times receivad the party nomination for various offices. He Isfsurvived by two tUy.Nl nnA W UnCF inns Tt, man Wood, ofkiit. Sterling, and one danghtcrMrs. CI. N. Cox, of J . It is very uneertian as to whei the new line between Winchester and Irvine will be open fo trallic. Serious landslides are in terferinir with the plans of thf Louisville and Nashville Company, and freight traffic is great ly delayed. It is possible that, the line will not be open for passenger trains before late spring or a mid-summo- r. A few days ngi bn-rie- freight train w:i6 partially by a slide, and several smaller slides have occurred. d "jfc Mrs. Ellen MeKinncy, of Clay City, Camarifo. Hi " who has been visiting in Winchester for the past week,, came on up to Stan It is undented that the large ton Saturday to visit with, the families plant of Moworuy und Kobinson of J. F. Ware and Lcanic Crowe. Len at Quicksand Vill be in operation nie is able to walk out of the house about March? This plant will now and is doing lino DIES IN INDIANA. year-ol- d , The. mens class of the Christian church will give a banquet to the whole 8unday School Saturday night of this House. Anyone not week at a member of any Sunday School clues in Stanton Is invited. t Tho Farmers' Get Together Meeting at the college Saturday was a splendid thing, It whs too bad that the day was so bad and stormy for it kept many away who would have otherwiso been there. This move, on tho part of Prof Sleeth and the college to help tho far mers of Powell understand' tho fortlliz ing of the soil, is to be commended Prof. McDonald, of State University, Kvo an address on fruit raising, and at night illustrated ft with a stcreoptio-- t on lecture. Prof. Roberts, also of the samn playe, gavo an address pu the liming of soil and illustrated his with the sumo oiititt, I'ror. MeUonaia gave a demonstration of pruning an apple of th.icolldtfe dormito l)fOnn" ry. We hope these gentlemen will bo Invited back again when the weather is fairer and a lurger crowd can be present. If there is one thing wo need here it is how to treat nur soil and this section of Kentucky is fine for fruit raising tliU-yar- furnish employment for between 75 and 100 me'u. An offer oFj20f) reward for the urrest, f each and every person who took partSn dynamiting the courthouse, at rlrvine, Lst ill conn ty. January?:, was made this we k by Blanfon, the eighteen son of H. K. Blantnn. of Kimbrell, who was operated oi. at lndianapelis, Ind., about three months ago, for appendicitis, died at Brisfow, Ind., last week iimf hisfather has cmie there. Carl REPRESENTATIVE TO RUN FOR Mr. J. W. Woolery iinnoiinoet in this issue of The Times thai, he will make the race for t!u Democratic nomination as Rep. resentative from this district Wr. Woolery in one of the best known piti.ons of l'owell county, and also has manv relatives in Estjll. He is a !trjng.Deniocnit who has always been for the uar-tand is deserving of support. He will make a thorough canvas., of the district, and solicits the support of every voter. At present Mr. Woolery is linishiiii: up his duties as city assessor, and will commence his active campaign very short v y, Qnyjrnnr Mel'ieary. The infant Imhy of Mr. and Mrs. Ev- erett lieunliilield, of Morris Creek, died Thursday of last eek'of pneumonia. It was twelve days old. Burial took place in thi; Stanton cemetery. 'Mr. Bum's, who has tended to the Johnson farm on Hatton ereek for several years, liar, moved to Henry Derick-son'- 8 farn, that he recently purchased Qf the heirs of Mrs. Welch. Mrs. Jlenry Tipton returned Tuesday from a visit to Nada. She brought with her her twin nieces, Anna and Alice Hanks, aged five years old. They are very bright little girls. Their It is still more gratifying at the demand that has been mnde for the resolutions that were passed at the recent mass meeting on behalf of the college. The writer is sending them to different parts of the county at the request of those interested in this splendid college we have hern, As this matter affects every citizen of Powell county it is well that they understand what thin action means that has been brought against the college. It seems that there are many outside the town of Stanton that do not know why this action has been brought and why the mass meeting was called Mr. Vernon and Louis Faulkner and Mr. James Williams have brought an injunction against the college prohibiting it from receiving the State money to he used for the paying of teachers. They allege that it Is n Violation of the law to do so. The Our Stock I Is Complete Besides our. large line of Groceries, which we are selling at.Mcney-Savlng prh cesf m e carry a fine line of friends of the'college allege that it is not a violation as arrangement were made with the Stato Sijperintendent of Ed ucation tpcarrjjPH tho present arrange, menta, Therodijt no high school ii Powell rountyV. But we have all the advantages arJjlwiire In Stanton, colle'gow h(oligi vtf t&ifoitliu'ents aTbet ter training than any high school can give or would give n l'owell county The school trustees Jiire the teachers Any ttudcut that teach in in the county can come here- - and reWith ceive a high school training. this college building we are saved the heavy expense of building a high school building whhh would cost at least 2i),oi0 under the, new requirements s the Board at Pittsburg sends in fflOO every month we are saved that added expenso toward paying teachers. What is sent here every yeai tunounti- Powell county doen to about $0,00"' not have to pay that nor does she have to pay the salary of only two teachers. The Hoard nt Pittsburg pays the other. Powell county does not havu to hire a janitor nor keep up an expensive high We are saved all this Mihonl building h vitii! this splendid college in our ounty Hut for the college the people of ''dwell counti would have to build a ew high school building and employ all the teachers. , l$very citizen in the count) win Id h ive to ha taxed to build this tiuilding and to support it' It is doultlci that atiny time there would bi iver twenty-fiv- e or thirty students Unit would (tant high school work. For those tow htudetits wo would have to intimtain an uxpenslve equipment With the college we can send our stu dents there mid receive a belter train ing t lmn what a high school in Pom ell county would giw This is done with the the approval of the State Superintendent of Education of Kentucky. Powell county is heavily In debt She is not ublu it this time t i build a new high school building. At the present time the tax payers pay a 20 cent tax for education hut if a new high school building has got to hu construct d they would Have to he faxed higher to du so. Aim tnose wio aro opposed ui our - I ANOTHER PAPER FOR JACKSON. BURIED AT WINCHESTER. - Morgan Lee Morton, the 19sou of Air. and Mrs. John Morton, of Ford, died at- the home of his parents Saturday night. The burial foMk place at Winchester cemeterv 1'uesdav afteniMon. The young limn had been ill for the past two months of typhoid and pneumonia. He wit related to many l'owell conn town, and can hard I,i ty people, his mother Iiiivihu Wul- - be expected to support more benn Miss Eva Mastin, of than the present one. tersville, before her marriage. year-ol- d one-pape- C. C. Stamper, of Wolfe county, assistant clerk at th" Reformatory, resigned, effective Feb. 10th. He and his father have bought the Campion Courier and will move tho plant to Jackson. Mr.Stamperwas clei k at the refnr inatory under the former hoard. It is to be hoped that the new paper will meet with better support than has been accorded some others in the past. Jackson is u r STANTON STANTON Students - Admitted - COLLEGE, KY. at any Time. ! One of the Best Schools in Kentucky. Courses in Agriculture and Domestic Science. Review Clawe in the Common Branches will be Conducted throughout Calicos, Ginghams, Etc., and can save you money on them, Our line of Men's Overalls cannot be beaten. WE &OLICIT YOUR TRADE. eilege"wnud he tho'it persois who want to pay that Increased tux. The Farmers' Union Supply Frank Kennon, Mgr. Co. persons who'broughj this nutlon iiavu not been ntensttd in a high school' but for other reasons, inostly purMinal rgriovances aguinsthe college, ihey want, to force lips nciion, iteeatise. they havo a grievance agalpt'the col- le.go they, want thu rest of the citizens 'of Powell county jfq suffer. If It wero put for. these personal grievance the citizens of Stuntoij.and Powell county would look at tliisjn a dillcrent light ibnttheydo not wafit thu uollego to' HUlfer when U tit doing such a splendid work and answereevury requirement of kchool. . n lilgh the Term. By paying part of their Expenses in Wotlc, Students tniy get Rates at the Dormitory as low as $1 50 per Week. For Information Write to Rev. J. ,C. Hanley, President, Stanton, Ky. P TlO JL 1 I TTAfPP 1V1 11 LtJ, Uramin;: ' It lias juRt. been discovered that 5AYS lllcre was 1U orr(,r i 'ho law re (ho ptitiislirncnr of mis UGvKMAM VOTI-SOLD AT FROM $a TO $5 A Democratic Newspaper Eighteen Years bid The Best Weekly in this Section. SUBSCRIPTION RATB-51- .00 per year in advance. M. P. O'MARA, OWNER AND PUBLISHER. Entered as second-olas- s mail matter nt the Post Office at Clay City, Ivy., under tho Act of Congress of ; March 3, 1879. A HOME-MA- DE PAPER. FEB. 11. demeanor casus, and that a clause intended to read "Tin's jury shall iix the penalty in iiiisdoiucuuur cases" was. printed "The judgo shall fix the penalty." The law was revised by thu last General Assembly, and since that time hundreds of eases have been tried ami sentences pronounced by various judges instead of by juries. That such an error could remain for such a time undiscovered is remarkable, and it will probably brin about much mure litigation, aiming those at present serving sentences tinder the law. This is only another sample of some of the poor business ability of the recent Assembly, whose errors of omission and com mission are too many to PILOT Workers for United Statesmen-atofolee- t J. 0. W. lleckliam paid from $2 .to $5 Tor votejs, according to John KeHtlYley, a Heckham worker in Pike countv, in thu Stuto.wide primary last August, who testified flu) cases now being tried by Judge J. M. Robertson. Keathley said be nod Cola Johnson had as many as seven men, in a room at one lime ami only $2 was p.iid them for supporting Beckham. ' Nineteen cases tried recently resulted in twelve convictions. 11 vote-sellin- Hardwick and Oo.'s Semi-Aunu- al r STOCK REDUCING SALE t Atnong'those cleared ivas Kev Louis Bryant, a Baptist minister. Sevpral under the influence of liquor on the stand and for thin reason some of the cases had to be passed witnet-S'ies'wer- e It will pay prices. Make our loss your gain. you ,to take advantage of this Sate. We can not here mention all of Ihe many bargains put in tKis sale, but the following will give you an idea of what we can do for you. , WINTER GOODS at greatly reduced $21.50 Mens Suits going at 15.00; $18 Suits at $12; $15 Suirsat$10; 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 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 trimHats at your own price'. Mctt's 3.50 med and Hats at 2.25. 2.50 Hats at 1.50, 2.00 Hats at 1.25, 1.25 and. $1 Caps at 75c. 35.00 Standard Sewing Machines at 21.50 Sweet-Or- r & Co. 5.00 work suits 3.50, 2.5Qwork cqats 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 reduction, and don't forget we have many barSuiting at 25 gains we do not mention here. We handle PicWal Review drcjs ready-to-wear .Old Papers for Sale at The THURSDAY, 1915 Timo3 Office. ANNOUNCEMENTS For Railroad Commissioner. We are authorized to announce H. Q. GARRETT as a candidate for Railroad Commissioner in the Third Railroad Commissioners District. Subject to the action of the Republican primary August 4th 1915. For Circuit Judge. We are authorized to announce . ' W. R. SHACKELFORD as Candidate for the Democratic nomination for Circuit Judge of tne Twcnty-hftJudicial district. lrimary, August 4, 1915. h vp are authorized to announce J. M. BENTON. of Winchester, Ky., as a candidate for the Democratic nomination.for Circuit Judge in the 25th Judi cial district. Primary election August 7, 1915. For Representative. Bill Hall made a business trip Keep it Handy For Rheumatism. to Estill county tho past week. No use to squirm and 'wince and try to wear out Rheumatism. It . Several attended tho prayer meeting at Barker school house. will wear you out instead. Apply Flem Ashley, who works in some Sloan's Liniment. Need not Perry county, visited home folks rub it in just let it penetrate all throujrh the affected pain. You I a si Vee"k. get ease at once and- feel so much Mrs. Clayton Hall and family you want to go right out were the guests.of Mrs.Mary Hall better and tell other sufferers about W'ciliif'sHii v. Sloan's. Get a bottle of Sloan's Miss Mila Oaks, of this place, Liniment for 25 cents of any d her sister, Mrs. Luura Wise ;st aml havc ;t m the house Colds, Sore and Swollen '""""J The children of Sid Townsend Joints, Lumbago, Sciatica and like are very ill with whooping cough j ailments. Your money back if not at (hi writing. satisfied, but it does give almost Mrs. Mary Ashley and family instant relief. Buy a bottle today. visited her sister, Mrs. Surah Ash- e ine pasr weeK. rfV5tVSViVV'. v Mr. and Mrs. T. AJ Hall were the auests of Mr and Mrs. Char lie Pasley Sunday. I drug-visite: lae-ains- patterns. 1 HARDWICK STANTON, & COMPANY, KENTUCKY. t I Try - Us - For - Your - Jot "v - Work . tiW.-- v Amy Wise Tuesday night T. J. PONDER as a candidate for the Republican Ambrose Bush is sellinsrotit his nomination for Representative household goods. Reports say he from this District. Primary Au- is going to Middletown, O. gust 4, 1915. Miss Luura Belomy was the We arc authorized to announce guest of Misses Bertie ami Myrtle Campbell the past week. Jl M. WOOLERY as a candidate for Representative Mr. and Mrs. Sid Hall of. Nadu, from this district. Subject to the and Harvey Spencer visited s action of the Democratic primary. and friends here Friday. rela-five- E. M. Roers of this place is teaching a singim: school at Beech We are authorized to announce Grove in Lee county. A. M. LOWE Willie Ki riser has rpturned as a candidate for Representative from this district, subject to the home from North Fork after an action of the Democratic primary, ubsence of two weeks. August 4, 1915. Miss Pearl Hall paid a visit to the home of Misses Viola and We arc authorized to announce DON'T MUD IN" CLOVER SEED , - - r il III. i j II '"l . . ..! Waituntil the ground is right then put the seed ,v ' " down with a . Superior Clover Drill In drilling your seed yo a get it evenly distributed "in the ground, and save half the seed. Dock Smith, one of tho assassins of Ed Callahan, is again tinder arrest. The caso aguitist Dock will be based 011 In b own confession. It was once. Tho Board is in a position dropped on the understanding where they must have money to ho would keep out of run the town, and those who have that " been "getting by" without the payment of taxes will get a jolt when tho collector levies on Prompt Action Will Stop Your uougn. thetn. Many good citizens are When you first catch a Cold ready and willing to pay their (often indicated by a sneeze or taxes but object to doing so when cough), break it up at once. Tho they see others passing it up year idea that "It does not matter"! after yoar and refusing to pay. often leads to serious complications. The remedy whieh immeIf one is entitled to pay, so is diately and easily penetrates the and there should bo no lining of do. discrimination. The town needs nianded. the throat is the kindDisDr. King's New the money and must have it to covery soothes the irritation, pay expenses. The niPinbers of loosens the phlegm. You feel bet the board are to bo compliment- ter at onqe. "It seemed to reach ed on their hearty endorsement the very spot of my Cough," is of tho pjau to enforce the collec-lio- one ot the many honest teti, of the taxes. wonials. 50o, at your Druggist. self-confessr, At the town board meeting Saturday night it was stated by the tax collector thata large number were in arrears with their taxes and refused to pay. The Board immediately gave him instruction to proceed andcollectev en if it were necessary to levy and selj, and this will bo done at Mrs. Mary Baker and sons, Bill and Bob, wereguests of her daugh ter, Mrs. Reta Kinser, Fr.day. DOCK SMITH IN JAIL. Thte .Superior Clover Drill do Is the only drill that will last and the work s satisfactory. High Steel Wheels, and new High Hopper, Folding Kaising Lever, has fwenty Discs fourTnches apart that enables you to putjust the required'quantity or.seed. This is the only way to sowolover, and this is the only satisfactory drill Gome in and give it a look. I GRUBBS &BENT0N Cor.jMain and Broadway, 1 .! Winchester, Ky. it I.- n v 4 i It J. Miss Glndis Lowe, the popular Ilarve ILmks Sund.iy. young daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bonnie- Mullens went to DunH. M Morton is on the nick list Isaac Lowe had the misfortune dee Saturday on business. of lpsihg her horse while shopthis week., j Marion Mullens made a (lying A. M. Lowe was in Lexington ping in Rosslyn last week. trip to Bill Curtis' grist mill SatSaturday on business. F. Lowe find Mike Ewen are ' selling oir .tlleir stock of mongrel urday. Miko Eyen mndc a business chickens, and are going to buy W.. J. Hanks served a bounti- trip trj. Winchester Friday. sonio white Leghorns. Mr. Lowe ftil supper last Thursday night, it P. H; Wclqli made a business will ttistail a incubator. beibg his birthday. ' trip tp'Mt. Sterling hut Misses Maude and Lillie Iloouc, R. 0. Bailey was called to Miss Rhet Ewen is viMting her Minnie Coulee and Nora Martin, Tallega Saturday on account of and Messrs. Robert and Clay Cou- the death of His aunt. fister,,Mrs. Goul Mainline nt-a... Levee lee, Gotlier Martin, Walter Thacker. and Sig Crowewere deWillie Combs wen to North Charley Meadows, of Mir.hi2an at the Fork Saturday night'. Seems to is visiting at the holno of Rod- lightfully entertained home of Mr. and Mrs. J. M.Welch be jnme attraction there. ney AllCn. ROSSLYN. - K BIG DISCOUNT SALE Every Suit and Overcoat in splendid stock is being offered at a discount of " 25 per cent from regular prices'. r qt BOO-eg- g wi-ek- . i ' OUR GOOD& HAVE THE QUALITY r Bloomfield Specials are in a Class by Them5elves Lee Bloomfield & Co., North Main St. Winchester, Kv. Saturday night. James. Combs and son, Doyle, The entertainment, given' by of Ewpiv,vof Stanton, spent Sunday-witNada, w.ere guests of his brothMiss Dona Wyniore at her home er, John Combs at this nlace Jake Neal. proved to be the must interesting Sunday. .k Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Martin nil'iiir of the kind, this season. The 6pacioUf floors were thron-evisited" their daughter, Mrs. Shelusual. Getrge Crowe mad Friday ut noun with lovers of his. (rip to Nadit Sunday. Looks by Wills Saturday. music. Lunch uh served at as tljntigh Oeoigp has blosD. Li. Daniel, of;. Clay City, midnight. A number of special- som there. bought several hogs in this neigh" iy ties were exhibited by Morton ,4 borhood at (k per pound. Mnrtip passed through RJose and Allen. A soim was reuder-eifbhereStinday. .We suppose Mose Mrs. Isaac Lowe. The W. M. Allen and son, Simon, was) going to Torrent as he had ut' a clever arconsir-teilpff for Valley Creek, Tennt, on his Torrent ''riggiii'. " Sunday, where Mr. Allen will rangement of t interjireeiis and t hllie open up a bis: timber job. Ii has been Reported that C. , G..AI. Denckson and Robert ' I d I.i I FILSON MILLING in CO., I : Manufacturers and Dealers y dec-uriiiiii- l Frank Crowe has moved to the farm that he recently purchased Frank will on Peek's creek. row several acres of corn. LOMBARD. W. .1 Hank' visited his son Wtreinun has fold his farm just across the creek from here, know u as theR. O. Baker place, to Ike Wilder for $2,501). t t t if Meal, j, PostofRce, Bowen, Ky. Chop, Shipping Foint, Filson, Ky Crushed and Shelled Corn J. L. Frazier, PropY, f f Y Special Demonir&tion and Sale $8.00 SeUf Granite and Copper Ware Pv,nu lOD With every Mnjes-- L ! tc i,,nge Sold Great Majestic FEBRUARY 15th K 1if s3J3 8 i wv s 100 ( $8.00 Set of (jra.iifo and Cooper Ware Free With tii" llimgi' Sold eyrv Mnii' (One week only) Save $8.00 As a special inducement duri.i week only, w u.i our demonstration every Majestic Range sold, (pries always the same) we will give free one handsome set of ware as illustrated here. Every piece of this ware is the best of its kind. Not a piece that is not n t needed in every kitchen. It cannot be bought for less than $8. '. This ware is on exhibition at our store. Don't Fail To See It. t, 22nc (One week only) OHilJJKjiN Tango . soi''i;.iu ) H jops FREE .'! Iii'twi'i-- and "1 p. in ) The first I " hoys and girls who present to the Majestic Range Salesman at our store, between 5 and 5 p. m. Tuesday, written answers to the f liowing qtettions. will receive a , "TANGU - What range is your mother now using? 2 Do you know of anyone needing 1. a FRLt. HOOP Souvenir" Which high-price- Siaa It BeV g-afi- Do you intend'to continue laboring, burning valuable 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 Ureat Hajesllc Malleable and Charcoal Iron Range You make no mistake in, buying the GREAT MAJESTIC-it'st- he rtnge with a reputation. Then, too, it's made just right and of the right kind of materialMalleable and together practed Charcoal Iron-rive- IWlJEJTK'NEVER-BUR- n 5TEnrflEI7'CULLErir3ER.'nriD-rjRr1IMER,- COOKER4 - ZlilH II ill! H Wll JBl?-.- . I kETTLE : 15 OZ- - KETTLE' a new range? Who? Why should the Great Majestic range be in every kitchen ? $1 00 ARTICLE FHEE 1 lie 01 c cne giving the neatest and bost answer to the last question may select any !M.tl' article from our stock, in addition to the souve3 nir. V ,1' i K with asbestos-pa- rts tically air tight-lin- ed malleable can't break-h- as being a movable reservoir and an oven Don't be discouraged if you arc not one of the I'll' to get a Tanrto Hoop You will get a Something Majestic Puzzle Card. beys and girls. tor all Don't fail to get cne of these Tango hooi b. It's a new snj wonderful the old as well as the The hoop daiicts forward, young. hesitates and returns to the operator. Children, it's gredt and will be the, talk of the town. Pe sure to have your answers ready ta hand in our ttcre 1 UES-DA1 toy-rm- uses Y AFTERNOON between why the that doesn't warp-tha- t's THI SET Mm'mtir. uses so 'little fuel. bake day in the year, (browns bread just right all over without turning,) heats 15 just right euery gallons of water while breakfast is cooking properly handled lasts a lifetime, and costs pracDon't buy the range you expect to last a lifetime "unsight, un- tically nothing for repairs. seen; you II be sure to be dusapointed, Lorrie to pur store during aemontration week, see out just why the th1; GREAT MAJLS 1 1C have its many exclusive feature explained-h- nd Majestic is 3Wc stronger than other ranges" xVHeremost ranges are weakeit. Olr WAWi FREE i k- duririg h's wpelc a spcc;,' demonstalor d!rect from ,he will be glad to show you "All About Ranges"..show .. why the Majestic is die best range on earth at rmv price. tZSJ Snprfff! A" 2Sr FACTORY - 3 and 5. answers-Othciwis They must, be wntten get you will not a souvenir. majestic you IF YOU INTEND TO BUY OR NOT Don't Overlook the Date, CLAY" this is a Special Invitation to, id Your Friends S CinTl A TO N! 4 . Ic( i I 11 Ul u KENTUCKY. v. .lohn "Kimhrell is sinilini: ah these days, owiiiu to the nr-v lit S. V. Larisun was at Stanton rivsil'at his hoihe of tie daughter. Tuesday. U. W. Barnes, formerly of Fur., .las. I!. Hall was here Monday (in bnsi ness. " naeof but who recently bought and moved to the splendid John T. S. iMcKintioy was in Will' W. Vaughn place on' Hurdwrek's ehester Monday. ereek, was in town Tuesday. II. G. Crabtree returned WedL 0. Lyl", a prominent mernesday from Wilhurst. chant of Pilot. View, was a visi1 PERSONALS. : E H. MeUione was here from tor here Tucoav. Mr. Lyle was formerly in business here, and is .Jackson over Sunday. ' well known to many of our ciM Hubert ('urrv went to Mt. Zens. Sterling Mniidu'y to work. Mrs. h. H. Ilitclue went to Geo. O. Motrli, of Winchester, Winchester on Monday of this was here Tuesilay on business. week, to be at the bedside of her Deputy Sheriff Derirkson was father who is in a verv critica1 hero Tuesday serving subpnemiB. condition, from a complication Mre. Annie B.Wheeler,-Statp. T. U., organizer of the iMr. and Mrs. u . T. MeGuire of diseases. was hero Sunday, and spoke at spent a. couple of divs in dackson CHILD'S COLDS STOP both services at the Methodist this week. SULT SERI- church. A branch of the Union THEY 0FTFT Kev. E, II. will fill his OUSLY has been orgauizedihorc. regular appointment Sunday at Colds, Croup and "Whooping f"jlonday to . W. .1. M. Hardwirk's ereek. Cough arc children's ailments Ilarrimai.. Teun V.y . he U Mrs. Win..Kearns and Miss which need immediate attention. Sill Inert In ree'ivt-v-oinfori, Hazelnut: are visiting in The s are often most tore, wrnngfulli apV'ropriated J i F'ankfort and Covington. serious. Don't take the risk another par1 w Tli- - value of 'In Mrs A. Brush and Miss Marsa-re- t you don't have to. Dr. King's furniture, as set out in th miii ; Smith, of Quicksand, are New Discovery checks the Cold, is 5,000. .' Mrs Weslev Slimp. soothes the Cough, allays the Mrs. O. Haylr.gg returned kills the Germs' ind al S. G Baker. P esident of the Sunday 'from .Jiiu'jt"'iti when Farmers' Union Supply Co., was lows Nature to do her healing she underwent au.opratiou foi work. SOc. at your Druggist. Buy in Lexington Monday and Tun-rithe removal of herieft eye, which v. n bottle today. was injured suuie week ago b the explosion of a" cartridge in the fireplaee at brlmiue. It was it first thought tliaf the" uye con In be saved, but a part of the cart ridge lodgud in it, niui made the : e Lexingt)r.Frt f Afjiit miei ijiHmaht a law-ovenumber of lmu bifyly, the prn'es ton, I'Vesident of the Kenftiek'y division 01 it V r ers' Edtictl-tiina- l Paid bcilit: lihiiut (J celils. an tliup rative Union, ( Williams' bis:B 'MTWjcat spek .r Stanton at 1 p in Is on. Call uf theifcjfhVe and ue thlilax ."lVi.. 27, alnl vill speak particulars of thefreefpiano. hero the same nisiht at 7 o'clock. Dr.' Mutchlur is one of the npist .John Mallard hasremoved his sidvanced farm scientists in the household furniture tb'LexitiEton Sufe, niif his talk will be of and ln's father, T. B; Ballard is special interest tut tie peoplehere. ',' moving today. Gyc3 tested Free, H. Mclroy, If you need eye Glasses call on Optician, Clay City, Box 206 or ITany Mclroy, Optician, Box 206 Mcch'anicsville. Clay City, or my residence ' in SPOUT SPRING Mcchanicsville. ' ' to V i II Ware, ofUaman:o, is 'Sou e Jnri. bewell went visiting Kussell b. Uiiristopher, Winchester Tuesday,, to attend Joe the funeral of his nephew, Mor- Mrs. MoKinney visited his aunt, Eliza Uinter in Madison gan Morton, of Ford. , county last week. IJ. U. D pTi li.. " day from OatiinVjio, where he hliiU been 011 visit, to bis brother, (j B. Martin, and his bro'ther-iiiyia'- . John. Wnre. 11 . 1 1 Ora Henderson, the littlci.' year'old fntbo less girl wlirtiias A been staying with Mrs. John TV Vrht fpr some time, ailed to. appreciate the generosity and kindness of a Hospitable home, so bundled up her clothes au'd ran away from this good hono last week, going to Paris.. Mrs.' Wright, when she first discovered her absence, was most frantic un til she saw the unmistakable H sigiis that her elopement was purposely planned. - Catarrh Cannot Dc Cured whh LOCAL APPLICATIONS, t Vy cannot rtieb Catarrb u blood or ronui-tatloiUw scat ot th dlMMb dbcue. and In order to cure II yoy rouat Ukt kiUirnal remedlc. Hall ! CUrrh Can la taken and art directly upon the blood and muroin, turfaom. Ilall'a Catarrh Cure b not a quack mrdk ine. It a prewtlted by one ol the bnl f)hylrin ra thu country lor years and ta s re"u.ar pn n rln' m. . It la eompoiwd o the brxt loxlcn Iwwn. torri na o yitli the bnrt bhwd purincra. actl cliwt he hi Mio 0 nucous aurfacca. The perlccl n ilcth n !" tvo lurcdlenta to what prolur ota In euro catarrh. Hcnd to' I rti'O J. I . U V. J.CUENUY A L.) im 3old b DruiKlala. price V. Take Uail'a Farallr eiiM mr V TE Kite-hi- e . , Floyd Hulsey, one of our good citixens, is moving this week to u farm near Mt. Sterling. Win. Patrick will move to the Oleve Sums place here whilo Mr. Sams will move to his other farm near Sams. Miilier Martin returned Satur Ad-nlen- e after-effect- vis-iti- ' ii WIRE FENCE. BRAN OUR JJ J J g J J 5 J J - I Saved Girl's Life "I want to fell you what wonderful benefit I have re- ceived from the use of Thedford's writes Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky. "It certainly has no- equal for la grippe, bad colds, liver and stomach troubles. I firmly believe ht saved my little Girl's life. When she had the measles. they went In on her, but one good dose of Thedford's ht made them break out, and she has had no' more trouble. I shall never be' without Black-Draugh- t," - ! J J j J S '1 Black-Draug- Black-Draug- CLOVER and TIHOTHY SEED. COTTONSEED MEAL OATS operation necessary. - daughter, Misb Josephine. YOUR COLD IS DANGEROUS NOW BREAK jf-UP elriuiz was accompanied Mrs. iiaz- by bur BLack-DraugHa T ht Owensboro Wagons I'WICES ARE ALWAYS RIGHT. WINCHESTER ENTUCKY. 5 (I JJ gi Bedford & Tuttle, t readily .catching. syptcm is jjttscoptible to Germs. You owe it to yourself and to others, of your household to fight the Germs at once. Dr, is fine for Bell's Colds and Coughs. Jt loosens the Mucous, stops the Cough and soothes the Lungs. It's guaran teed. Only 25c'. at your Drug- ist. A Cold is n run-dowPine-TariHonc- y- ag A J A 4 in my home" For constipation, indigestion, headache, dizzi- ness, malaria, chills ,and fever, biliousness, and all similar ailments, Thedford's has proved itself a safe, gentle and valuable remedy. reliable, If you suffer from any of these complaints, try Black- Draught It is a medicine of known merit Seventy-fiv- e years of splendid success proves its value. Good for young and old. For sale everywhere. Price 25 cents. Black-Draug- S ?J KENTUCKY QETS $30,000. Tbirtv thousand dollars ot the, $2,300,000 appropriated Cress tw by Con- - FREE ! FREE ! meet the expenses inci dent to the foot and mouth epidemic have bpen expended to in par those in Ren tiic.kv whose livestock was slaugh- nome to Our Store And let us show you what n nice line of goods we carry. Our stock of Dry ttciods, Notion?, Thousands of Booster ooupous for the Booster Club We want a thousand or more persons to become active helpers for the members of our booster Club. In order that you may help you favorite, we shall give fifty Booster Coupons free to each person, over six years old, who comes to our store on Saturday, February 2'th, and registers in a book provided for that purpose. And for each mile traveled by those registering we shall give coupons as per the following schedule: 1 tered as the result of the disease. Accordiiii: to the Bureau of Am-- , mal Industry, the appraised value of the cattle, slu'op and swine killed in Kentucky' during the quarantine amounted to $00,000. plan of Under the reparation- the. Federal Government and the fitate shared the flnaniMal losses to jtoek owners. balf-and-liulf - Grocorios, Hardware, Clothing, Shoes and etc. is replete with Variety, Style and Qualiy. THIS COMBINED WITH OUR mile, or less ............. ........ -- v 50 1 coupons 2 3 full miles full miles- - ................... - 00 coupons -- 150 cnupons Limit allowed, etc, etc. No extra coupons allowed for fractions over one mile. ten miles. Glasses. If you:nced thorn see Harry Melroy, Optician, Box 206, Clay City. - You need not make a purchase in order to get these free Booster Coupons. Boosters, get all your friends to register, and give you their coupons'. That i what friends are for, to help in time of need. If you can get 00 people to register for you, it will mean 5,000 coupons for you, besides the extra ones secured by your friends who live at a distance from the store. As soon as a Booster has 5,000 Booster Coupons in the ballot box, the Booster Journal, atSprinficld, III., will send the Booster a Booster Pin. 1 9 m Frank Kt.nnon. manacer of thf Farmers' Union Store, will no to Fiankfort next Thnrsday, when a "meeting of all ti miinaeers jo the Kentucky division will be held tor the purpose of arrandnp a bnviup fivstem. It is proposed to establish a wholesale house of jtheir own in orjlepthat thev mav deliver their poods to the nt even lnver nriceg than mis-tome- rs ,ow Prices Make it to your interest to give us a good share of We trivo to please our customers be- ' your trade. cause we know satisfied customers are our oest assets. y Yours to please, I Mrs. J. W. Williams , at presnf WALDKON & JOHHSON, j (The Booster Store) '1 Remtola Waltersville, Ky.