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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): February 18, 1915 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1915 cla1915021801_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 18, 1915 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1915 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CLAY? CITY TIMES M. P.'O'HARA, Owner and Publisher We are Here to Help Clay CItyftho Surrounding Country and Ourselves. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. , VOL.. XX. CLAY OITY. KIYHUIISDAY, FEBRUARY 1t, More" Robbing. Saturday ' 1915. NO. 7 the paper his lecture is intensely in STANTON. Mrs. Lawrence' Knox, of Nnda, was a visitor in our town last week. Mr. Vio Fuller is visiting brother, K. II. Fuller, thw week and renewing acquaintances with his tinny friends. r t . A 1 Sweetly Solemn Thought. t $ How dear to our hearts Is the steady subscriber . "Who pays in advance at the birth of each year, Who lays down the money and does it quite gladly, And casts 'round the ofllco a halo of cheer. He never says : "Stop it ; I cannot afford it, I'm getting more pnpersthan now I can read." . But always says: "Send it; our people all llko it In fact, we all think it a help and n need " How welcome his check when it reaches our sanctum, How it makes our pulse throb, how it makes our heart dauce We outwardly thank him ; we inwardly bless him The steady subsribcr who pays in advance. f 1 A New Game Law. A new game law that should be passed hv all States which TnpIKTIIeclTi HBitl(rthe infection " contain the following: "Book anents may he shut between October 1 and September 1; Spring Poets from March 1 to June J ;. Automobile Speed Demons from .January 1 to January 1; Uoad Hogs from April 15 to April 15; Amateur Hungers from September 1 to February 1; War talker no eluded season; Any ma:: who accepts a paper for two year and then when a bill is pre. foc.ntejte.pt'Vt. "L never ordered - since the first of December, and that the roads u re badly drifted. We are always ihu to receive letters from our subscribers who have been a way for some time, and cordially invite them all to write us, as their friends can thus learn where they are living aim how ihev are getting along. Mr. when Boone Ilammoiis went to his home iu W'altersville ho found tho door opeii. and on going into the house Ijey'rd someone leaving hurriedly bjrthe back way. Mr Ilatnmons quickly secured a shot gun and fired several shots at the marauder biK without result. No clue was left as to who the intruder wasftlAit it is supposed to be some one wll acquainted with the fainilyjHs'all the members of the family wpre supposed to be away. Afiort time ago their meat hous&wui visited and some bams and shoulders taken, and about the sVruj? time the store of VaIdronEfflohnson was broken ThUj?husiiiess is getting into to be too entuinon lately, and will result injeome light fingered uighthiivvkniettitig Ins bide filled with shot, fwhicji will probably be a beneflljto jjoe community. nL'h' tere8ting. Mr. Lennie Crowe is at his f post VV( duty again at the depot. are all glad to see Lennie fully rehis covered from his seige of sickness. Quite a Scandal. ifiwl. shall be buried face downward in quicklime as to destroy the perms and prevent the pread of Letter From an Old Resident. We are in receipt of a letter from Mr. M. F. Allen, who- - now resides at Brownsville, Neb., and who is well known to many of our obler readers- - Mr Allen is a brother of Jeff Allen, of Ross-lyn- , ami lias a tin in her of other relatives in tho county. In renewing his subscription he says that it is JJ7 years since he left here, und he sees very few fa.., miliar names in the paper, but still finds plenty of interesting news. Mr. Allen says that they have had very deep snow there Quite a scandal was created here u few mornings ago when S. WilIiajrjr'0(imptrolpr of deciljV fug tjmt overdrafts one of our well known citizens should do MVjlished, and asking beat his wife up. Several of his neighborhood women claim to the officiwAf :the .bank to take have seen part of Hie- uceideiir. The sub We withhold the man's numefor ing of the directors. stance of the. letter is as follows he has promised his wife it shall "The grafting by some banks never happen again, and as he is of accommidajous in the form of ashamed of bis actions lie should not be condemned too harshly hv overdrafts' is objectionable and other husbands. It was about cannot be countenanced by this 5:30 a. in., and an eye witness olllce. "This practice should cease en declared that he not only heat up, wife but actually tirely. To facilitate the accom his had the fire noing and the coffee plishmetit, of this result, the sub pot on the stove before the stir ject has been taken up by this prised lady could get to the kit- oflice with the Banking Departchen and fully realize how badly she was beaten. Jackson Times. ment of the. various States, and these authorities have generally agreed to take the necessary acJail Delivery. tion to secure the efl'ective coThree prisoners, one of whom operation of State banks in atwas under a Federal charge, es. taining the end desired. caped from tho Breathitt, county "You are requested to adopt a jail Saturday night. Jailer Al- resolution directing that no ollic-e- r len was awaiting supper for or employe of the bank shall them before taking them to cells when the-- proceeded to cut out pay or charge to the account of through the brick walls. any depositor any check of such depositor when there are not suflicieiit funds on deposit to the credit of the drawer of the check Cur-rency, Mr. D. B. Pelfrcy, of Mt. Oaan-an- . has bought a fine farm it Hre it hitt county near Oakdale. If Kelhy FulkR has mov ed his font he sells his farm where he now ily from Canipton Junction back lives he will move to Breathitt to Ins farm on Hatton Creek. Mr. county. Fulks w'll not run the rock crusher Ttie youug people of Mt. Caanan this year. gave Mr. Tom P.itton the timo of Mrs. Be'.tie Johnson was culled his life on night last week. He to Nada where she helped the newhad just entered on his fourth mat ly organized V. T, C. U. in their first meeting. Mrs. Johnson is a rimonial venture when some young men came in his home and gave live worker all right. him a ride on a rail and in trod need The L. & N. Railroad are build- him to the whole neighborhood as ing two new houses for their sec a hbishiin; outig bridegroom. They They are being built ended their frolic by giving his tion men. on the company's property where head a duck in a pool of water. Mr Whitheed lives Mr, Paxton mvs they nmt have Rev. J. T. Adams preached at rode him ten miles by the wav he The next night some younr Olive Chapel, in Lee county, last feels Sunday. He will preach at Union men from Hardwiek's creek u ho No MoreiOyerdrafts. Hall, in Estill county, this coming hail j ii t. hear' of hi- - nnirriij-cam- e over at bed time and made (Jashierviiitt, of the Olay City Sunday. them tret up and kill the f itted hn Mr. Will Adams and wife, of Mt. National Bank,' received instructions u fe'wjyays ftgo from John Sterling, hive moved to town and prepare them a feat - out where they will assist their father, The Board of K.dueat ion for Pow-el- l Adams, in the store Iteve J count v met at Mt Caanan We are glad to have school hoiwe and fettled the trouiili business tV.utvi innvu tr nllr tmvu ..... ........ that ha exUted for some time between IXitB Pelfvey, and the rtHtd , ,.,,,,. ..;!,!., i, Tliev paid to Mr Pelfrev tt!0 for Mrs. Beattx . aleo of the ichonl property and this inthis week, Jackson, arrived Tuesday for a vis clude a strip "f land ar"und the ichoot t ard Mr John Kinser. of it with them. South Fox, Charley Coulee, of Mrs. M. A. Phillips was called to Hatcher Creek, 'P. G Cole, of Mt. Sttrling by the danerou ill f Mt. Caanan. and Elder Easter, ness of her brother, Mr. Greene Powell Vallex met Mr f elfrey and wade. He is not expected to live made the settlement. long. .Mr. Phillips left Saturday for the same place. Mr. fotn Boone is the newest re Mr. Hen Hall has moved into the emit to enter the erviees of Unelt ft'is Houston resinned hi? property he recently purchased of Sam. the writer. Mrs. Gaiuboe will keep position as mail carrier for the dehouse for Uncle lien. Mr. Vance, pot and Mr. Boone taken the job. of Virginia, who bought Mrs. James Patrick sawed down a Gaiaboe's place will arrive this maple tree in his field he wasclear-inweek, their goods coming in Tues up and discovered it to be a day. The very tine curly maple tree. Ilanley was in Lex writer lias seen many a curly tnaph Rev. J. tngton I uesduy nigh: where he in tho north but ho never saw ; heard the great Kentucky writer, to eiial the one Mr. Patrick Irvin Cobb, tell of his war experi ences in iMiroLe. Continued on page six. Accorning tn c anv-thin- Oup Business is Good Quality, Quanity and Lower Prices : to meet tho same. "Please forward n certified copy of the resolutions to this office as soon us it has been adopt ed. Let the resolutions show the mimes of the directors present at STANTON COLLEGE, i POTATOES, northern grown extra . . 80c bu." 2c lb. 15c lb. 14c lb. the meeting. "Please acknowledge without delay." STANTON, ICY. Students - Admitted - at - any - Time. receipt CABBAGE, Danish Some Record The newspaper has made pres idents, killed poets; made bustles for beauties and punished genius with criticism It has cur. tailed the power of kings, converted bunkers into paupers and graced pantry shelves. It' lias' made paupers. collego presidents, ft has educated the noor and rob. bed the philosopher of his rea- eon ; it siuiluSj (trips, die's, but it jcan't be run to Suit everybody, mid the mUit. will le crazy who One of the Best Schools in Kentucky. Courses in Agriculture and Domestic Science. Review Classes By paying in the Common Branches will be Conducted throughout MEAT, dry salt LARD, pure SUGAR 15 lbs, for $1.00 the Term. pait of their Expenses in Work, Students may get Rates at the Dormitory as low as per Week. $1-5- Prices Quoted good for One Week For Information Write to Farmers' Union Frank Kennon, Supply Mgr. Co. 'Rev. J. C. Hartley President, Stanton, Ky. mm trios. j; It wns u mistake, and it wrfl" not !....,..... "num. imji in IT X'... uoirsion ""IT1" Underwood, at all events. But the gang h still free and a good leal safer limn those it terror A Democratic Newspaper sces and has been terrorizing in 'Estill. People speak of them Old Eighteen Years ;vith luted oreuth. They are ireful to forjretTtheir names, if Section' The Best; Weekly In this Iihv know them, and to keep heir own. counsel. .Thoce w ho M'ttSCRIPTlON ' 'RATE Sl.OO' per an leave the neighborhood lose year., in advances 10 time in'ue'rtfnir'itiit." . ' J.'.' "'leu cream rum. lie! is guarum teed pure uud cooling." Still another bears ThoiiiFcriptlon, "Have yon been to Hell? It's the coolest place in I'Vrell." When a stranger enters .Main street, he is startfSl by a bill board reading, ,kUell is here; iloii't miss the placer5' A block' farther down the street this sign is. encountered, "You will limb everybody herf, i'm;, a hot da Hell is alwai s linen. " The III" iest sign. winch, '"however, at; I " "i-.. Hardwick and Co.'s Scmi-Auiiu- al STOCK REDUCING. SALE WINTER GpODS at. greatly reduced prices. It will pay Make our loss your gain. J'ou to take, advantage of thi Sale. We can not here mention all of the many bargains put in this sale, but the. following will: give you an ic!ea of, what ..we can do . Living?'' The Kiev-mi- l '.re ypu sometimes at odds with District may delnrlif to rspK and with theworld? Do ,t ereat.ure, but the State l:or Rail'fliiiil Commissioner. jvonld never think of cliooiim you wonder what ails you? True We ni authorized to. announce i man for Governor who onlv't-s- . u may be eating .regularly and II. G. GARRETT aped the gallows for partieipa-noping well. Yet 'something is as a candidate for :Railroad Comin the eoipiracy to nssussi-itatmissioner in the Third Railroad matter! Constipation, Head- Gov. Goebel by a partisan a 'l.e, Nervousness and Bilious Commissioner.?- District. Subjcc' o the action, of the Republican .rovornor coining between him Spells indicate aSluggish Liver. 7i'imury August 4th 1915. Mie gibbet with a pardon. Tlte The tried remedy is'Dr. King's ' Lexingtouiuo. N"f w Life Pills. Only '23c. at your For Circuit Jude. , ANNOUNCEMENTS ireiirh is said leniark, nl Hell's place of Husine.s. It awuy Iny. flies. rvpresi'iit a ouimTeifnple earing Instead of this stunt, he uiu- -l cream ami koiiiihi mat-iEntered have keeled oytjr dead when he her eseof.j, " 'n.inulu at tie f'n'- -t 'Cilice at Clay City. (retl'lhc ilispitcti f'roni' Washing ! aiuli-of Cnnjjro'ta or' fiwi that. Caleb IMwers'- was being mine, always.'' jlic At its.. March 3, 187!). jri'iiptorwl iv people All over Ken'. ..ftf'iky tiHiuiku. the race for Gov COME DISORDERS fi NY inspirA HOMI-MAI'.U'Kii, ernor. Of course, FROM THE LIVER ed by .1'owers, and made out of rlie w Iimm ,:l,,th, l)iit the fact that Ajc You Just at Odds;With Your-SelfKKU Is. 1JM TIIUUSD.W. "its nunii- - and t liar ot Governor Do youRegulate 'mould be s.'ime, iv-s- f . feri jsjgp: fuf&iljlr5K. '' ' The. vV)iiti;i)(L, when ho gets Ho i;ts most .'lUjjtlslttil, attention is in trout lln'-yitii"!- i . .'CiVearGto.cJ," ;is ii'-- ! r - MF ? mentioned in lii'- - uuusutiii". lion-ir'Mic- h tor you. $21.50 Men's Suits gomg at 15.00; $18 Suits at $12; $15 Suirsat$10; 2.50 suits at 9.00; 10.00 Suits at 7.00; 7.50 Boys' Clothing at same per cent. cut.. Men's $3.50 Ones 4.50. Sweet-Or- f ficjCo,; Corduroy Pants at 2.25; 3.25, ooes at 2.00. Woman's and Misses! long coats as follows: 8.50 coats at 4.75, coats 4.00.k6".ti0 coats 3.50, 4.00 coats 2.25, 3.00 coats 1.75. Children's Coats at same per cent. cut. "Woman's trimmed and readyrto-wcaHats at your own price. Men's 3.50 Hats at 2.25, 2.5QHats at. J.50, 2.00 Hats at 1.25, 1.25 and '$ Caps at 75c. 35.1MI Standard Se whig Machines at 21.50 Sweet-Or- r & Co. 5.00 work suits 3.5. 2.50 work coats at 1.50 .Woman's "Queen Quality 4.0() Shoes at 2.75, 3.50 shoes 2.60. 1 r' I v- ' n ..Women's 3.00 Sweaters at 2.01). Women's wool and cotton reduction, and don't forget we have many 'Suiting at 25 we do not mention here. We handle Picloral Review dress patterns. bar-'gai- e i ) J HARDWICK 1 & 0MPANY, KENTUCKY. We. are authorized to announce W. R. SHACKELFORD as Candidate for the Democratic jear-tbe as.afr raetive loollice' nomination for Circuit Judge of eekers ..s might lie supposed. Judicial district. fudge J. M. Slevensoii, who was '1itf.fou:'4"gust 4, 1915. ' ppoluteii by Governor .MeOre th,- - late Judge J. iU r are' ant 'wrietl b announce rv to 1. JI. BENTON. tl: Eva u.i, tbUf f Winchester, Ivy., as a candidati in will not be a.eanUidute to sue-foe lhy Democratic iiomipafion foi e'ed,. Himself. Mi. D". S.'ilsig. circuit Judgfc in tie 25th Judi iard annouced tor the race, but cial district. Primary ejection iHer 'Withdrew, ami at present, August 7K 1915. he only applicao lor i he Democratic nomination - Mr. Lee For Uep'resentative. Evans, son n the inrmer Judue. AVe are authorized to announce A. m. LOWE as a candidate for Representative, TRY THIS FOR NEURALGIA trom tins district, subject to the action of the Democratic primary, Thousands of people keep on August 4, ID lb. suffering with Neuralgia because ' hey- do not know what to do for "We arc authorized to announce t. Neuralgia is' a pain in the, T. J. PONDER nerves. What you want to do is, as a candidate for the Republican to soothe the nerve itself. Apply j nomination for Representative Liniment to the surface from this District. Primarv Auivcr the painful part do not rub gust 4, .1915. it in. Sloan's Liniment penetrates very quickly to the sore, irritated We are authorized to announce aerves and allays the inflamma-ion- . J. W. WOOI.ERV Get a bottle of Sloan's Lini-neas a candidate for Representative for 25 cents.of ajiy druggist frr-.this district. Subject to the ind have it in the houso against action of the Democratic primary. ?olds, Sore an dSwolIcn Joints, aunbago, Sciatica and like ail-- ! nents. Your money back if not Pnder the caption of "A Safe latistied, but it dobs give almost Pastime", the Louisville Herald instant relief. lias the folluwini: to say of 'be. tragedy at Irvine a few days aire Two to Death. when a number of men called ai A house occupied iiv i he Morthe homo of a citizen and sliof ( death u man whom they hn gan family, near 1'ineautle, was lestroVed by lire last Wednesday nntliiuugajiist. "A man who had taken part night, and two voting men' were in a lynching "bee" was askqd brTrhed to death, beuis: "liable to what evidence they had against Hit out of the house in time. The the victim 'Evidence?' ho re lire was discovered bv a freight joined, indignantly, 'wasn't he tram croy, and u. bucket brigade formed lo liu'lit it. us black us of spades?' . . Tho ntlice Count v Judne for' ur neighbor,. (Jlark, does not ap-- ' I " 'Jucklcn's x Arnica -- Salve , for ( STANTON, n EniRtions. Zp , i i- ThCPt ELLW Science proves that the strongest fence, because constructed SI throughout on scientific lines, is the Ifam Si TOeQ SISWPLE-SOSEMTBFtlC-S- "I wild V" .Jintcitwil.i4. I . ti)IlhlatluL'Cl(IV i.. 4 -- IJ-E- I., alc-nii'- s cablo by a con- nno abuut every c 1.. ' INCH' f twUt lo v 26 your finccr n. ' o ICINCrJw-- ; up In a h .if ruvy wito l i; In a cri'i.H n "il- ol .i. iu Wr. i a. wlr iiel I . ' ' 't n f n ' r. -- '4 i k r ; ' nuU t..iiii. i r nlo ho mudi nml.ono.J.) nt i t I lt Heavy steel cables lapped about and hejrl together by steel wlro, forming uniform meshes. Simple, isn't Uf No chance for weakness in any Dart: uniformly strontr. The reasons for the superiority of ELLWOOD FENCE are not hard to find. This company dwus and operates its own iron mines and furnaces; its own wire mills and six large fence factories either ono of the six being larger than any other fence factory ia tho world. These facts should bo,convincinjr. , THAT IS ALL THERE IS TO ELLWOOO FENC- E- Burned Wd v.aiit u . uj Si' jj.iie ai.fil 3 taie a xook at the best Irjnce ...to most complete stock ever brought this city. i We aave a height diid paliernnto please you, either ii; the Ellwood or American, Poultry or Farm..Fenoe. s Come in today and get our prices n the-ac- "With equal unconcern and Another 1k Pamilv. with no more justification than The L i in in t'.unily, of world that ho was found in company of a mini who n tiime, bids fair to logo jt renown gangttt Irvine, the capital seat o( y the discovery of the Hell fain-il.in the town of Farrell, built Estill county, called Houston Un. v the Q. S. Steel Corporation. derwood, a white man, to of his friend's house, the .Members of the Hell family are niiiht of Lincoln's birthday, am) not nverae to using their names foully did In in to death. in a business was. The head of was all a mistake, it. seems th family, Conrad Hell, an ice! "It an unfortunate mistake. The ei eo in maiiiifactiirer, has signs! man the ruflimis were lying fur reading, "(Jo to Hell for ice lay low and got uwiiy this time scattered .throughout f a, it U ini, l(Q did oncje before.. llio city. Amither sign rood, was-'wanted- ', v, tin-doo- WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY AND Cor. Main and Broadway, r Benton Winchester, Ky. I i iim," I JSir LOO LICK. singing. About forty woro pros-onMr. and Mra. Elmer Eadcs, of nn enjoyable time was spent Bloomington, 111. ; Mr. and Airs. and excellent music was furnishof ed by Misses Bessio Kerr and SaOscar Eads and children, Kiddvillc, were tho guests of Mr. rah Brashear. and Mrs. J. H. Matberly Sunday. Benjamin Sewell, of this place, Mrs. Willie Tuttlc, of near went to Campton last week to Winchester, visited her parents, visit his daughter, Miss Virgie, Mr. and Mrs. James Vaughn the who is attending college at that pnRt week. place. t, Mrs. J. T. Elkin is quite ill with pneumonia at this place and her many friends are alarmed over her condition. Miss Stella Adams and brother were delightfully entertained at the home of Miss Laura Mather-ly Sunday. Albert Ohism and Jphn Pigg delivered their tobacco to chester Monday. Arthur Matherly and Asa Kerr of this place, spent. Saturday and Sunday with their freiuds at Winchester. Mrs. James Vaughn visited her daughter, Mrs. Eltuer Berrymau, at Red liiver Bridge Monday and Tuesday. Win- Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Brook-shir- e and children, of near Winchester, visited tin hitter's moth er who is very low at this place. Mr. and Mrs. S. B Kerr enter WIRE rENCE. COTTONSEED MEAL ; STATE FARA1ERS INSTITUTE. THE LIVER REGULATES THE tained Saturday evening with a few of her friends Saturday evenBODY with a social. A good num ing The State Farmers' Instituto ber wero present and a nice time will meet next Tuesday, Wednes- A SLUGGISH LIVER NEEDS was reported. CARE day and Thursday at Henderson, Ky , ana a good program will be p..r on for the beuelit of farmers Someone has said that people XENA Dr. Cyril G. with Chronic Liver Complaint anil their wives. 'IL pkins, of the University of should be shut up away from huBill Hall, who has been sick Illinois, the great soil expert, manity, for they arc pessimists for a longtime seems to bo worse .Mr Jos. E. Wing, of alfalfa and see through a "glass dnrkly." at this writing. fume, Prot. 11. .1. Eustace, of the Why? Because mental states deJ. P. Crabtree, of Bowen, pass- University of Michigan, author-i- t pend upon physical states. BiliOwen P. Adams visited s ed through here going to Little on horticulture, Mrs. W. N. ousness, Headaches, Dizziness and at Kuckerville last week. Sinking last week. 11. sit, of Raleigh, N. C, Presi-i- . Constipation disappear after usMisB Mattie Brashear visited .it U. S. Barker, of Kentucky John A. Rogers and 0. F. Roging Dr. King's New Life Pills. 25. home folks Saturday and Sunday ers made a trip to Beech Grove Si .ite Universiry, and many and returned to Stanton Moudav to the singing school last Thurs- liners will address the meeting. at your Druggist. where she is attending school. a.iiie phases ot tanning will bt day. siiitwu in moving pictures each Curem Hubert Brashear and father J. B. Rogers and family have evening. Women's part in eoun-- . with Catarrh Cannot v rantot LOCAL APPLICATION'S, made a business trip to Mt. Ster- been under the weather for some the uoat ot the disease. Catarrh u u uioixl nr ciji t!i In ordrr to cure It kc 'l i . lite is not overlooked on this tutlonal disease, and Hall's Catarrh cur Ii ling Saturday. Internal remedies. taui tune with la grippe, but are bet nigrciiii. ternally, and acta directly upon the blood atxl mi furfaces. Uall'a Catarrh Cure Is not a quark (Jim i It p Was roii is visiting home ter now. cine. It ai prescribed by one of the best t'l' a la this country for yeara and "r ;'o'K3 at Hardwick?s (Jreek this U eompowd of the best tone know Andrew F. Cox and Jesse Smith best blood purlner. rltU If you need eye Glasses cnll on It the surfaces. The perfectuntie lr'it - k. wenucous of Lee county, made a business Harry Melroy, Optician, Box 206 lo lnirr?dlents Is what producer roinhi ' tv.vli catarrh. Hcnd for in Suits In curing J. CHENEY & CO titi, I'run- F. 1'n.f A W. Ledford, of this trip through here to Stanton last Clay City, or my residence Sold by Druretsts. price Tic. Mcchanicsvillc. Tate Uairs Family Puis for cor.tny is teaching a singing school Monday week. pi. !, ai Went Mend this week. Otis Powell and Charlie RogMiss I.elah Kerr, f Snow Creek ers returned home from West Powell rmi nty, visited Misses Inis Virginia last week, where thej and N.incye Lowery Saturday have been at'work. night anil Sunday and attended Virgil Rimers und Misses Cli i e singing at Mr. Kerr's. ma and Nannie Rogers visited says Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., in John Holland, cf Richmond, friends and attended the singing writing of her experience with Cardui, the woman's was the guest of Merrit Hire a' school at Beech Grove this week tonic She says further: "Before I began to use Cardui, my back and head would hurt so bad, I t s place Sunday. thought the pain would kill me. I was hardly able CLEDA iii J t i1 ti n i d :i to do any of my housework. After taking three bottles of Cardui, I began to feel like a new woman. I soon Aunt Priscilla Bowen is still gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework, improving. as well as run a big water mill. rela-tiver. l.ni-t I inn Id rr?Ui-i- f fItfAlwaysfHelpsIf f ff i" 1 1 1 1 1 Born to Mr. ami .Mrs. Coil Bowen on Feb. 5th, a fine boy. Troy and Elbert. Sper.cer wen calling on Misses Stella and Net tie Allen Sunday. CLOVER and TlflOTHY SEED. BRAN : OATS Owensboro Wagons "ffwSPgmftg J. E. Knox who was reportei is sick in. lait week's eorrespondeuce, is a if better at this writing. h hiv Card yi The Woman's Tonic I still use Cardui when I feel ut - I wish every suffering woman would give a trial. a little bad, - and it always does me good." Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness, feelings, etc., are sure signs of womantired, worn-oly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's tonic. You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui for your trouble. It" has been helping weak, ailing women for more than fifty years. Bedford & Tuttle, TSfffSff? been considerable There triidiny d'jr.fj in this neck of the woods of late. Albert Morton sold to Coin Bowen and Mose Martin a pirfr of mules and also bought a piece of laud from Mel-viAlurtoii., .Mel vi ii Morton also bought a 'mule from Randall Hunks. n Get a Bottle Today! Call the Doctor! Mr. James Tussey, of the county did an unusual act last week, when he insisted on paying interest on his subscription which he had allowed to run over aftei It was the lir.--l ii .s expiration. time in our experience that i man ever contended that our being out our money was entitled If every to any consideration. man who tuKes a county paper ttmk the mine view of his obliuu-liomill nubility .in Mr. Tus i.v, the profession would be a pleas ure and a joy. Mr. Tussey is u He good citizen and a farmer. bus-jimid his tobacco at it is average of 14 cents. Kentucky n florae to Our Store And let us show you we carry. what a nico lino of goods WE WILL GIVE AT 1. seventy-fiv- e ANY AND ALL TlflE Our stock of Dry Goods, Notion- -, UNTIL FURTHER NOITCE Double Booster Coupons years old or over. oa all purchases made by persons Groceries, Hardware, Clothing, Shoes and etc. with 2. Double Booster Coupons made on all purchases by mothers companied by their babies of iwo years old and under. ac. 3. One thousand Booster Coupons to each person who witl play the Piano for us Saturday afternoon or any evening (two hours). Name must be given to us in advance so that we may advertise it. 4. One thousand Booster Coupons to each member of a musical ganization who will render us an hour's program any evening, same to be vertised in advance, limited to ten thousand coupons. orad- Variety, Style and Qualiy. THIS COMBINED WITH OUR ReiiiMi-l- , STOP THAT COUGH NOW Rcgistrarion day is one week from next Saturday. See the schedule at our store for the bunches of coupons that may be secured. Music Saturday by Miss Utile Hosklns. Standings of the Booster Club will ba announced MONDAY, MARCH 1st. As soon as you get 5,000 coupons in the Booster ballot box you wil given a Booster Pin by the Booster Journal of Springfield, 111. be Remember the Patron Club Sale each Wednesday. When you catch Cold, or begin to Cough, the first thing to do is to take Dr. Bell's It penetrates the lining of the, Throat and Lungs and fights the Germs of the Disease, giving quick relief and natural healing. "Our whole family depend on for Coughs and Colds," writes Mr. H. Williams, Hamilton, OH. It nlwvs h"lts Pine-Tar-lIone- y. I'ine-Tar-Ilon- Low Prices Make it to your internet to give us a good chart- - of your trade. en line wr know rive to please our eustoiimrH il be. customers are our nest Yours to please, Mrs. J. W. Williams (The Booster Store) ;: 25c. a v- - 'fijist. WALDRON k JOHNSON, RpxoXoIa "MORE THIN WET" Waltersville, Ky. ., i BOWEN. Bowen had moved hack it midst. Mrs. Celia Frazier is very' sit o our it this writing. Beululi Smith is very sick wi Luvi 'iioumonm fever. 'riday. .it John Scott visltoil friends in .ark county Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Uuy, of ar Winchester, arc visiting W. . Niblack this week. Mr. Jim Combs died at hi one Feb. , after ii long Utiles iliopsy. He wus liuried Sal diiy in the West Bend cemt rv. Mip! Allie Snowden is visit in rs. Jim Franklin Williams tin UANTS THAT GO TO SLEEP A COOL REBUFF. Frazier is doing good Unless at Howeii now. York Frazier was the guest Where to Eat in Winchester you. They will-tel- l ani? Jen. Martin Siuidtiv. JONES RESTAURANT Cor Main & Washington. WHEN YOU WANT A SHAVE OR HAIR OUT OR ANY TONSORIAL WORK CALL ON H. H. PHERIGO. PRICE Hair Cut Shave Tonic Since MUnmpoo LIST OP WORK 25c 10c 10c 25c 25c Saturday and Sunday, Shave is 15 cents. grippe is serving everyboc iretty bud around Howell. Miss Nellie Stamper wns tl uest of Miss Pearl Morelum I'uesda'y night. York Frazier is talking aboul uiinini: against Muck Lowe foi Representative. Ilnzel Bowon, the little daiigh ier tif Mr. and Mrs. Ilex Iiowei is very sick with pneumonia. Rex, the son of A. It. Benin!: TSurial field died January 29. the Sunday following at Forknei graveyard. lie was 10 years old, the pet of the family. He will bo sadly missed. We give our greatest sympathy to his bereav ed parents. La eek. Miss Annie Niblack will loav Imidny for Illinois fo vici ieiuls and probably will mak' hat place her future, home. iess Ernest Johnson in ado a husi trip to WaltersviJie Wed lesdny. or Delbert Dawson left last week Illinois. THE WINCHESTER BANK, of "Winchester, Ky. SPOUT SPRING Capi'al Stock Surplus and Undivided Profits Asa Todd was in Stanton Fri $100,000 day on business. $200,000 Mr. and Mrs. James Franklin Williams gave the young folks n play party Tueeday. Those pres ent, were: Mr. and Mrs. Kobert Parker ; Misses Janie, Nannie and Ida Williams, Allie Snowden, nnie and Lula Niblnck, Mamie Harmon and Messrs. Asa Niblack Joe Williams, Frank Harmon, Brudiio Johnson, Frank Howard, lussel and Odio Crow und the Willoughby boys. "My heart's queen," said Mr. AW Cours' ?crby, who rather prides himself oiJ being able to speak pretty phrases Beings. "wouldn't object if I tarried awhih "What a fnntnstic fairyland is n at the club this evening?'' arden at night 1" says Uoyal Dixon "Mr. WaBscrby," answered Mrs. n "The Human Side of Plants." Wasserby, severely, "I do wish yon 'Hero wc find many sleepy heads all would talk sensibly. Yon ceased to! ;o quiet and drooping that one lie slender many years ago and fat whether strange dreams may be l'omcos are a drug on the matri s porming in their plant minds. monial market." they are! Some'flowert, like NO INSINUATION. he evening primrose, the datura, the ccrcus and the "How did you come fo say young arc open only at night. What Thompson was iiitnnpcrjto?'' a contrast Mwccn these "Never did suy such a thing." ffiros and the numerous sleepy ones . "You told somebody he drank likt "The leaves of the ncacias, the a fish." lupin and clover are so tightly closed "Well, what of that? Do fishc that one is reminded of the wings of ever drink anything but water, and butterflies folded together. Perhaps any more of that than they need?' they arc giving a 'fairy bed' to sonic NOT UNUSUAL. poor, wayfaring bee or moth! "Look at the nodding nasturtiums "Here's a psychic expert declares bending their leaves as they bid us walk lightly lost we disturb thcii he has communed with spirits." "I'll bet the judge wouldn't takd slumber. The sleep of plants is nol it for an excuse." the least interesting of the habits 'of these remarkably humanlike things THE PLACE. The leaves of a plant such as the clover, formed of a number of leaf"I've a rod in pickle for my hug- lets, will fold up not only in the bond." night but even in the daytime if the "Where is it?" light becomes too stronir." "In a family jar." Slumber as Much a Matter of With Them as With Human won-Ic- rs Per-'iap- light-bloomi- moon-flowe- r, wide-awak-e "WE a DANIEL BOONE AXLE GRESSE i. W. Tcrnado, Lightning and Hall sells. ance. We are also agents for the Pearl, the little eripple daugh Illinois Surety Company and are prepared to do a general Bonding busi- ter of Mr. and Mrs. II. F. Chrisness. topher, fell Thursday and broke POWELL & JACKSON a leg. Drs. Williams and Murt.iu Sam W .A. E. Sams is in Clark county this week looking alter jus turni TOUR ACCOUNT SOLICITED. ng interests there. J. II. Dawson, of Winchester, was here Friday interviewing POWELL & JACKSON friends and the local merchants Writers of all Kinds of Fire, Life. n the interest of the flour he Insur- Holly Withcrspoon, President. Cashier. R. Sphar Berry Hall and daughter visit SPOOK PLANNED A FACTORY ed friends in Montgomery county Secrets of Making Glass Said to Have over Sunday. Been Revealed by Dead Father And don't have to grease but once a week. Made of Spiritualist. The only factory , in. - the world founded on belief in iVJirituulisni is being completed here-.ttPrank Wilcox, glass worker. Hi; says he received in visions of hitdead father inspirations for inyejns which will revolutioniie th''glibs industry. llcox s building,-wherhe wdl per feet nnd use thoso .inventions, is e h Kentucky by CHAS. C. STOLL OIL CO. Lexington, Ky. BIG DISCOUNT SALE . Powell Linville Jackson Kentucky Office In Court House Winchester TiUCY xMM Real Estate and Insurance. We Buy and Sell Farm und Citj Property of all kinds. We have some uicc fa mi s in Clark and adjoining counties for sale or rent. Write us what you want. Wc write all kinds of Insurance. TRACY AND ST0KELY. Office, .Main Only spiritualists are1 imployed in the construction workV'fflnd a" score were summoned and set the of husky guards all spiritualists limb. are oa watch day and night to pre W. L. Byrd has purchased the vent any except employes from go concrete wall stock of goods of J. T. Wright. ing msulo the ten-fowhich surrounds the place. The inventory of the stock has 'I am going to mako a fortune in been- - made and Mr. Byrd has taglass," Wilcox tells his friends, "and ken charge of the store. The all because of my belief in spiritual present building will be eularg ism. I bejran mv experiments in ed and the tock of goods in Pittsburgh several years ago, but se creased accordingly. Here's hop cret service agents who tried to steal nig that Mr. Byrd will succeed. my designs forced me to come here." Beiijitmiu Jewell, Wilcox has bought valuable real bus moved to the place vacated estate in Wheeling, W. Va., where by Floyd Halsey. Mr. Sewell he plans to erect a spiritualist was formerly editor of the Camp church to cost $12,000 as a memorial to his dead parent. Bridgeport (O.) ton Courier and the "Big Pistol", dispatch to Cleveland Leader. g tlie latter a and in-jurot free-thinkinfree-speakin- Every Suit and Overcoat in our splendid stoci; tabuing offered at a discount uf 25 per cent from regular prices. OUR GOODS HAVE I THE QUALITY Bloomfield Specials are in a Class by Themselves Lee BIoonWt'i.1 North Main St. & Co., Winchester, Ky. Street, Winchester, Ky. Chas. A. Carrithers, publication, styled GOOD FISHING ON ISTHMUS. soinowh t like the ''Yellow Jack Tarpon fishing has become one of el". Mr. Sewell mid his family the chief sports of the Isthmus of are the kind of people we like to see coming into our neighbor Panama. It has been discovered that many largo fish hood, ami they may feel aesured they are always welcome. SNOW CREEK. Mr. come up tho Chagrea river from salt water to feed on the small fish that come through the spillway from Oatun lake. On sev-eroccasions recently tarpon from three to four feet long have been captured just below the end of the spillway. The Chagrcs river, just below tho spillway and down to the Caribbean, is very deep and has very little current. Oatun lake is the breeding ground for many fish, and these flow over the spillway with the huge volume of water when tho gates aro opened. CAPTAIN COOK'8 n FILSON MILLING CO., Manufacturers and Dealers in Jeweler and Optician, Oraduate ol Elgin In ? Meal, Postoflice, Bowen, Ky. Chop, Shipping Point, Filson, Ky Watch and Clock REPAIRING. Prompt Attention (Jlvcn to nail Business. al and Mrs. Sam Wills visit t V Crushed and Shelled Corn WINCHESTER. KENTUCKY ed the Intter's parents in Clark J. L. Frazier, Prop'r, TVTTTVtiTTTTTTTTtttTVTTTi1mi t t I J. H. LACY & CO., Real Estate HOUSES FOR SALE AND RUNT A t county Sunday. W. V. Niblack is quito ill at this writiug. Miss Annie Nibutck is visiting her grundma at Pine Ridge this week. t t t ? T t Y T x friTU UfllltCIITtl criur . I Room 200 McEWowney BUg.. Phone i WINCNUSTER, KENTUCKY. Grover Palmer vuited Davis Hudson and family Sunday. Mrs. Martha Martin who has been sick is slightly inproving. Carl Piersall made a trip to West Bend Wednesday. Marion Curtis made a business trip to West Bend and Virden Mrs. Mr. aud LETTERS. ! t t t ! J. DAN JACKSON, Dealer Xu Captain James Cook, tho circumnavigator, describing to his friend John Walker of Withy his first voyage in II. II. S. Endeavour to Australia and New Zealand and his second voyage iu H. M. S. Hesoltition, were Bold at Sotheby's, in I ondon, on July 10 to Maggs for $2.fi.'ii). Four letters New and Second! (Hand Furniture TJpliolMtttriiij; itmlJIItoimirluu a Spooiulty. Corner Broadway and Mapel St. t t t t t t t . Winchester, - Kentucky, Knowlton. Always Consider I (Too late for last week.) ' i CHANCE TO MAKE KENTUCKY t ? t t T t QUALITY when buying 'Silverware. For QUAUTV anl DUlindliori. of Design, ''our Silverware Unrivalled. When in Lexington be turc to call on ui. ? Vidtor Bogaert Co., The Hallmark Store, 133-13- 6 t j Thomas Oolo;16st 3 lino ewes last. week. T. G. Watson is down with the In grip tliis week. Miss Lottie Billings is in school at Stanton Oolleue. (By Stephen Holies, In Bourbon Stock Officially Tested Out "Journal). The official tests of this feed have Lots of sickness among the peoKentucky ca.i easily be made too been very satisfactory In every way. ple here at present. greatest hog-- , a. sing Stato in the It has the stamp of approval of the Union, that has been demonstrated best chemists In the agricultural P. H. Iloweil is still in bad by year county GREATEST HOG RAISING STATE Distillers' Dried Grains Daviess County Alone Last Year 10,000 Hogs Fattened From Slops and , 5 W. Main St., LEXINGTON, KY j . The Allen 34 When you pay 895 for an Allen 'H you get 895 worth of car. You don't pay a cent for unnecessary overhead expense. We build integrity into every Allen automobile. Our organization is We are in strong and permanent. the automobile business to st '. Our purpose is to make every Allen car do its part in upholding our reputation for giving the greatest possible value for the price wc get If you have been waiting until you could iuya strong, swift, sale handtome car without racing a dollar more than its actual worth, the Allen 34, touring carat $895, is the complete answer to Vfmr Price, $895 Study these facts The Allen 34 has an en-tri- Allen 37 horsepower health at this writing. i 0. R. Martin hist a valuable mare one day last week. n Lemming Howell went to Saturday on business. Miss Price Mcintosh is in very bad health af this writing. Algin Profitt left for Bowen City, Mich., on the 3rd inst. T. G. Cole was at Stanton Friday the 5th on legal business. We are having plenty of cold weather around t'Knowlton at this time. Mr. and Mrs. Andy Mcintosh have two very sick children at present. George and Millard Hampton left today for their homo at Bow-eCity, Mich. Uncle Sonny M il tin visited his nephew, Weeden Martin, last Saturday night. Ros-filyn Daviess farmers. Last about 10,000 hogs were fattened in county on distillers' slops and that dried grains. So supreatful were the experiments that the L. H. & St. L. railroad provided sw" "hes a'nng their lines for the uso of farmers to utilize this byproduct of the distilleries for feeding world. Men from experiment stations who know all about food values of different grains and foods have given It the highest recommendation. The richest agricultural States In the Union aro those which lead In hog production. Iowa, with Its vast field of corn; Illinois, Missouri and Indiana in the order named, have thousands Weston and leather upholstery, Warnertrr.nsmiuion and d tteerirg gear, expanddrive, ing brskes, 110- - inch nheelbase, demountable rims, aluminum cranlc-ras- e and aluminum transleft-han- floating axle, mohair top Mott Mrs. Maud Mullens lost u very line cow last week. She paid $55 for her last spring. mission case, and tlictric ttarter. ment electric tighti full equip- Preston Johnson 093 bs., WinSam chester market, $10.22. Brandenburg, 60 lbs., $20.80. Lernming.HoweTj, 190 lbs., $M.fl0. Elmo Cole, t(ic little son of T. G. and NannieJUnle, is some bet- with rheu tPr at thia inntic pains. He has been con lined to his bedfor 10 days. The welch t of the cur U ZoOO llis.. which, with the .poucrul the motor. Iusures economy of operation. ' $875 to $1393. W. build (It othar modslt. thr roadsters and two touriof ears, renftfag In prlea fraaa filing rfniiirmnr Kenton Motors Go. 7a style, finiih, poiver, economy tperatim, equipment, quahtiet and prtre, Allen tan take the lead f lervictatit Factory Representative! for Southern Ohio, adjacent Wcit Virginia Territory, Southern Indiana and cntiro State of Kentucky. Dealers : Write or wire for agency proposition 2X&? mud frhrn Knowlton to Stanton is the fnest we have seen at this tirn of the yearfor several years. No trouble to find soft places to put your feet for the places are soft anywhere iiloiu the road. The Those who have sold farms here within the past 3 or 4 months are Hagan We & WINCH riSTEK, Walters, KY. to do as follows: Willie .Powell and wife to O. F. Tipton and wife; Johu Ainos to 0. llns;NA. D. Rogers to Charley Rose; Geo. Booth to Wilev Roberts. The tobacco market is the talk of the times at Knowlton nnwa-dayThe following sales and prices are noted : C. R. Martin 2JJ00 lbs., sold to Lexington hous es, $120.00. S. Martin and Jas. Hall 1200 lbs., $02.50. Preston Johnson 005 lbs. to Winchestei houses at $20.70. GOINQ UP. are Prepared p ze v tiners, ac . jreat Farmer' nit mii Jlstillers' slop-feDarbecue at Daviess County Fair Gro unds, Owenaboro, Ky., May 30, 1914. lings. Special tank cars were also pro-- of rich farmers v. ho made the.t money vlded for the transportation of both out of hogs. They feed the ta- - grain to the porker and sell him at the the slops and dried grains. highest price in the biggest markets Makes Prize Winners. of the country. They have no such At a great barbecue on the Owens-ior- advantages as the Kentucky farmer Fair Grounds last May, nttenrted has. At our very doors, and at a by 20,000 farmers ami feeders, there much lower cost Minn corn the Iowa were on exhibition scores ot fine hogs and Indiana farmer feeds, we have the that will fattened on distillers' dried grains and feedthe world. produce the best pork In slops, and many cash prizes were The Farmer's Opportunity. awarded. Officials from tho agriculThe beateat suiMe iuliistr in Ken-- 1 tural department of the State and Federal Government wore present and tueli) is Its distilleries. This industry pays moie taxes for the malntenat.ee made addresses on the proper catc ot the estate than all othei manufacpreven- turing and feeding of hogs and tho industries combined, thoution of cholera. Specimens of distil- sands of tons ot slops containing lers' dried grains and slops from va- arc rlous distilleries were also on exhibi-- , dumped Into the waste neap simply betlon and their respective food valuo cause iveiuucky ieede. a have not waked up to their opportunity. A com-were explained by experts. parntlvely small portion of this by. Fattens Quickly. product Is dried and shipped to EuOne of the greatest advantages in rope to be used as dairy feed and fof feeding distillers' dried gru.n is the fuitenlng hogs. Hut why ship any of these dried fact that nothing is lost, 'lue 'distilgiams to Denmark and Holla. nl wliea lers remove only the up o te can use them here at portions of tho grain, leaving an aver-- . the full capacity of every homo distillery m aso of 10 per cent of protein, which the State, the''y increasing the prof-- . is the element required to fatten Its of hog-ra- i ir and adding many' stock. It has been supposed by n.auy millions of do .ars annually to the people that the best way to fatten a wealth of the farmers of the stato. hog is to feed hard cum. But corn i Cheaper Feed Than Corn, In the natural state yields about lo t armers should sell per cent of protein, as much of It the com they passes through the animal undigested. raise at the high price it usually Distillers' dried grains therefore pos-- . biiiigs, and buy, lor less money, moie sofH about three times the fattening and bettor feed in the form of dis'!' properties of natural corn. Hy feed- lurs' dried grains. Uy doing this tl. v I ing these dried grains w'th al.altn, can fatten more hogs at less cosi clover or other green stilus, begs fat- sell them In the market tor lar ten quicker and better than by the use profits. It Is a simple business prt ot corn alono and at very much less sltlcn that should not be ovrrloc' by the farmer. cost. One ot o 1 ' g . ' All kinds of Machine Work Both heavy and light. Also weld Broken castings or any metal that will melt, and make them as good as new. LET'S MAKF KY 7 RIGGEST HOG RAISING T TF j : Smoke Mtacks made to Order. ALL WORK GUARANTEED : Give Us a Trial and See Haw Quick We Do The Work. n ti I DUCKeve tqhc X i 4 -- X Y Mt ... -- MMNVM-- vclliy Ca. -- I" Zk "V T 1- 1 -4 t list: -- O f- t "Sir, I wish lo go to the rooms o the Great Moral Uplift Movement.' "Then you'd better take the ele vator just going uf." saaMaaMBaaaaMBMaj ? Y r wastes T' Yoi w. an d the Best Y t T DEAD BROKE. To protect the Depositor, is the firs! duty of a Bank; for this reason the ample Capital and Surplus and Conservative Business Methods of the 'CLAY CITY NATIONAL" constitute th flrongeit claim for new business. For proteclion ol cepou tor we have: Capital paid in. $25,000.00 Surplus and Profits., 10,000.00 Shareholders' liaiaity, 25.000.00 Total, - "We aro nil dead broke out out way thia fall." "Now do you all.' live, then?" "Oh, wo lend each other a little. ANXIOUS ABOUT THE FUTURE r made, buy the. Fence Poultry Fence f ? ? ? Y v $60,000.00 and Our Present Location. Twenty.five Years of Experience at Bobby (after listening o t'nmil quarrel) Momma, if n boy in jk all tho tinio he's little (loos In- a to get married when he's, growt up - "BUCKEYE" ' ;i f t For Sale By THE WORM ROLLS OVER CLAY CITY NATIONAL BANK, Clay'Oy, Kentucky. Reserve 13 Franklin Hardware Company, 70 S.Main St., Winchester, Ky.. Member Federal ink System. ! I used to Bay I wat Ilia beautiful. Havo I changed. ? Her Husband No; but I hara Wife-r-You t t t since 1 Joined the church. v t . ' 1 J. fi v.' Stanton. (Continued from First Pago) i as. He gold it to Mr. Rearick, f Nndu, who will saw it up. Such lumber in very high priced, The town Hoard of Trustees mt J'rltlay night and voted to extend Notices will the town limit. .touted sod a survey will be made The extension will take in all of th I'atrick addition including the co lge property mid the canning fac tory and some more of the railroad 1 W-- PERSON, PARAG1 i ! BOOSTERS ! iMHBMHHHHBIHBRI j jt ; j I' The banquet given by the' men' class last Saturday night to the whole Sunduy School was thor ouglily enjoyed and n large crow was present. A fenst of good things was set be for the per pi .ind everybody ate to their hearts Content. There wai the largest at tendance at Sunday School th next day that there has ever been and they say that they will hav more next Sunday. The ladies of he church wishes the writer to ex press for them their appreciation for the splendid banquet given hem by the men's class There was a Urge attendance at the Prep byterian- Sunday School also lant Sunday. At both schools there were i'.K present. We dwubt if there i :i town in the State that could make a better showing than that ami we hope it will continue. Rev. IX Here's Your Chance arrangements with the BOOSTER STORE arid they will give We liave made I Mr. Harvey C;irr is quite ill Mt his home. John Kennon attended court Mt. Sterling. Jno. C. Vnrderhmeggeii wu's in Lexington Saturday. B. C. Vollmer was in Lxing. ton Tuesday on business. D. II. Mafherly ' mad a bnsi-- . uess trip to'Log Lick Wednesday.' from here who attended court nt. Mt. Sterling. 3,000 COUPONS i Mrs. Sarah Barne?. of Win-- ' Chester, was the guest of Airs. If. L. Tipton last week. Syl Liirison had a trip to creek last week to serve writ of delivery for a dog. J. H. Dawson, representing the Winchester Roller Mills, wan here Saturday callingon the local Hard-wick's merchant". Mrs. N. C. Walters and little son. Karlf, of Winchester, are for eadh and every yearns subscription to G. Com os, of Mon bead, fdh d his appointment her last Sundn Brother Combs wil move his fpinilv to Mt. Sterling thif week. He had the misfottune of riHVing his house greatly daiuag ol by tire a short lime ago ano uiiit'hot his furniture demolished. doini: a bust ing btihlness He wa in l.exingloi ml v inehextei this week buying goodi for his store. Mr .Milt Is THE DO TIMES visiting Mrs. Walters' mother, Mrs. Hockeuheittier. John Maxwell, John anil Cha8. Anderson enjoyed a fox hunt Saturday night, at Tar Shoal, but had poor sucHam-inoii- R cess. Robt. Margison, one of Estill county' prominent young farmers, waj a pleasant visitor at The Times office Tuesday, on his way home from Mt. Sterling court. N'r. E. B. McGlone, returned last woek from Carlsbad Springs it Dry Hidge. where she has been "pcndiinr h couple of weekn for her health. Her many friends will be glad to know that she has almost entirely recovered. Get your friends to help you by subscribing Lvkins Ifi. NOW iinoidntes nre announcing them selves thick and fast for the com ome nt tneui an tnu unmaries ipleiiilid men and some of then could be better One or two o tnem are not fit to represent us Frankfort. We will wait until al have announced before we make our choice. Judge Benton's an is welcomed by all the nouncement good citizens of the county and we see that he Ins the backing of fhe Hi leadiiiL' papers of the district. record us a Cirouit Judge will be the best electioneerinc tliut he needs Only One Dollar a Year Joe Newki"k had an ttrni brok en while putting a belt on a pul mill ley at the Brodhead-Garret- t last Saturday. Mr. Wm. Johnson spent a few days last week visiting his daugh he will stray no more from Old ters, Mrs. O. Williams nt Athol Kentucky. ind Mrs. O. F. Toiulinson at Nada. Ho was accompanied by Better See .Melroy. He can fit little Orphy Burgher. your glasses so you won't have any more eye trouble. Just drop me a card, Box 206, or call at my and possession was given a few davs ami. Mr. Johnson has pur house. chased the barbershop outfit from A men's Bible Class was or A. T. Whirt and H. Russell, and ganized Sunday at the Christian will conduct it himself in a few church and a membership of 85 weeks. enrolled. The class will meet Rer. E. II. Ritchie will fill hi each Sunday at 3:80 regulor appointment here Sun Born, to the wife of Colic Alex day. Preaching morning and ander, a son. night. Everybody invited. 10CAI NEWS here the same night at 7 o'clock. Dr. Mutchler iaone of the most advanced farm scientists in the State, and his talk"; will be of special interest to the peoplehere. 'lho candidates for Representatives are all busymaking an Born, to Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Quarantine Lifted. activo campaign and at present Mize, of Vaughn's Mill, a hand The quarantine on stock which all seem sure of winning. There some little-son- . has been on the Cincinnati and is talk of still one or two more The Bpring.like weather of the entering the race, ,and things Louisville stockyards for the past two weeks, was lifted Saturday past week or two has encouraget will suro get. warm then, night, and Mr. D. K. Daniel, our (nany to start their gardens, and Half a Loaf is better than no hustling shipper hud a car of several have already put out let. bread. If you can't afford a Mel bogs ready to drop in for the tuce and radishes. roy fit get cheap Glasses until opening market. Owing,, how Wm. Larison, of Hurdwick's If you have weak eyes Melroy you can. ever, to the ran road officials not Don't .waste your Creek, died Sunday after a long haying been advised of the lift can fit your glasses. money on so called bargain Glas illness from a complication of Slides are still causing trouble scs. For safetys sake sec Melroy, diseases. He is survived by a nig of the quarantine, he was unablo to ship them till Monday. on the new winciieater. Irvine The Optician. wife and five children. ine, and it will be some time A band is being organized by Manager Frank Kennon, of the yet before anv regular traffic will GENET Farmers' Union store, left yes- the Juniors, and the iutrumonts come over this road. 0. A. Means and Green Adams The Brndhead Garrett Co. has terday for Frankfortytb attend n were ordered last week. Follow will build a new house for Weed ately completed the installation meeting of all the Farmers' ing are the members: JJ. U Union store managdrs of the Matherly, S. V. Larison, G. Adams. of a new system of waterworks State. An. effort will be made Hackworth, Will Smithers, Crate G. R..Crabtree, representing a for fire protection at their mill to form a wliolesalecompany for Johnson, Will Mountz, T. P. Now York Nursery, was among A new tank Ijas been erected and the purpose of enabling these Mountz, Itoscoo Ringo, Marcus the visitors here last Thursday. several hundred more feet of stores to bundle tlieir' goods at a Potts, Grant Frazier, A. M. piping put in. Ed White and Jno. Eaton. lower cost and thereby to save T. J. Ponder is making a great improvement on his farm. lug Bonstor campaign the consumer more money. Williams' Tax Collector Eaton says that " 'Gins to look a man lives s on. (Jail at their store and get flio aarifimr a f niknnpa An i 'Squire F. M. Hutchison re1 ... thiir'. S 4, . particulars of the free piano. " hi,nafl l.ia. . . n I. . n .. . nioift iu . vuijicu inai liuiu vioiv n buck taxes, has had a very deJ. A. Crabtree has moved to Dr. Fred Mutchler, of Lexing us daughter, Mrs. Walter Case, his farm on Cow Creok which he and niauy are payton, President of the Kentucky at Middletown, Ohio. Mr. Hutch sirable effect, purchased of W. M. Anes, of ing up. ivision of the- Farmers' Educu- - ison reports having had a eplon- Michigan. onal and Cooperative Union, did time, but says that Clay City A.'P. Johusou has sold his in will speak at Stanton at 1 p. in. ooks good to him when compar terest in the business in Walters Old Papers for Sale at Tke Saturday, Feb. 27, and will speak ed to some Ohio towjis, and that ville to his partner, H. Waldronv TimM Office. Bur-ghe- r, M - The range demonstration nt Eaton & McGuire, which has been on all week is bringing good results, and many of the ladies have been attracted by the display. The samples of cooking and baking have also beeu in de mand. is rumored that tho Day planing mill will begin oper ations shortly, and that preparations nre boing mado to. keep in running with a full staff of Co. It lands. O. F. Evans, Field worker for the Christian .Endeavor, will lecture at tho Christian 'church, Wednesday, Feb. 24. Everybody invitod. - The Clay City National Bank distributed several hundred handsome little match safes among tlieir patrons during dhe past weok. ,