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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): February 25, 1915 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1915 cla1915022501_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 25, 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 M. rTf V II H ,'.V ''4 We 1 X 7" TI jVE S. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. P. O'MARA, Owner and Publisher are Here to Help Clay City,-- Jhe Surrounding Country and Ourselves VOL XX GLAY OiTY. KV.. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 25. J9lo. STANTON. j NO. b a special meeting to be held at tho homo of tho writer Saturday morn ing at 10 o clock to make plans for thu County Convention to Ito heli' April 4tll It is desired that al' oillcers he present at this meeting The entertainment at tho college given by three classe of tho Presbyterian church Monday night, mi Washigton's birthday, was a de- James DBIack for Go to Church! The Procession Moves to Lle.ufMpant Governor. In Church; Fall Into Line! and women who want to bo member of the vanguard the broadening stream of worshipers entering the church doors. Thcv arc part of a great army. THEY ARE HEARING THE. CALL. In clear, resonant tone which speak to their hearts, their minds and their consciences it tells themr GO TO CHURCH! thj9u we carry the Mr. K. II. Fuller made n business Jumps D. trip to Lexington ibis week. Rev. and Mm. J. C. H.inley were visiting in Clay City last Saturday. Mrs. Laura Ilardwick lost n very fine turkey gobbler that fell in a well and drowned. MEN THERE IS AN AWAKENING SPIRIT ABROAD IN THE LAND. IT ALARMS US FROM THE 8LUMBER8 WHICH HAVE OVERTAKEN 80 MANY OF US. DEADENING US TO A 8ENSE OF OUR RELIGIOUS DUTIES. IT TELLS US THATUNLE8S WE HEAR GOD'S CALL. SUMMONING US TO HIS HOUSES OF WORSHIP, WE SHALL 800N BE OUT OF TOUCH WITH OUR FELLOW MEN. FOR THEY ARE HEEDING THE INNER AND OUTER VOICES WHICH TELL US ALL TOGO TO CHURCH! Probably not since the Crusade hove so many men and women been stirred by the cull to enter GodV house and render thanks and praise for the mercies which he is vouchsafing to them. They go there GLADLY. WITH REVERENCE IN THEIR HEARTS and prayers mid hymn of joy on their lips. It is a great revival of the spirit that is now moving the hearts and souls of the men and women of America. Join them. Go to church! NEVER HEED THE WORDS O'F THE 8C0FFER8. WHEN YOU GO TO CHURCH YOU WALK PROUDLY. WITH 80UL UNAFRAID AND UNA8HAMED. THE CHURCH IS NOT HIDDEN IN THE VALLEY OF DOUBT. IT 8TAND3 ON A HILL IN CLEAR SIGHT OF ALL MEN. THE PATH TO IT IS ONE OF PEACE AND HAPPINESS. IT START8 IN THE HEAVEN SENT IMPULSE TOWARD RIGHTEOUS-NES- S AND ENDS IN THE ACCEPTANCE OF THE SOUL'S SALVATION. Black, of BarJjoiirville, as candidate of Lieafnuiit. Governor of KeDtticyJtr. Black is a prominent, utdrnej of Knox county, aud is jit eveny way thoroughly qualified v this important .office. . If elected he promises to devolo' liik. time and energy to the bpttermliit of public, nf. fairs in the State, and to use such prudence antica re in the public business thu'fc'iip would use in transacting ffu own private busi. ness. Mr. Dwk has already the assurance of&' large number of personal frjenUs that they will support hisCiyididatiire, and he picked. iby is the political dopesterS its leing the Democrat ic nomiiide.i In addilio?iu his leunl train ing which is;44senti:il t such an important Virtic Mr. Black has always tiikeii.'fykeeit interest in pnfi tics of ih'pcountry, nnd is i staunch JJeuiourat. it win De no mistake to gleet, such a man as Lieutenant'' Governor of the ' ., ? State. Mr. Lawrence Knox, of Nada, cided success. A fine timo wiif visited with her sister Mrs. Daniels had by everybody that attended this week. and refreshments were served. George Stevens moved his fan.ily Games were played and a genera to bis farm in Clark county Mon social time had. They say that day of this week. Jim Patrick laughed and laughei Mr Ed Dunn and wife are visit until lie could not laugh any more. ing his mother for a few days. We The writer regrets that a sick head aehi kept him away from this haparu not informed where she lives. py L'atherinir. Dudley Caudill has finished his The new Narcotic Law goes into corsp of hook keeping at the Wilbur Smith Business College and eff. ct the firet of March. This is i. wry severe and stringent la has returned home. which foriids any physician from Burnmii Skiilniore is moving this ellmg or giving opium, morphine weei. to Ids farm in Montgomery md xi mil r drug to any pen-oW regret to lose thi in their reyulHr practice Tin family vert much hut widi them tz veinnieiit lequires a record of uccef in their new home - to how much lie each A T. Stiiwart's niece, Miss tuns and to whom it is given Anj of ''arter cotintv. is here vi'tltitioii of thin law is subject to t. i im "he lias been taking pelialtx of five ears in thl a eiiorM'of hook keeping at Lexinir-io- tien, or both While thi will g( forseveritl weeks. hard with drut: it is Hie t -n dm-to- a- Lit-leto- vii-itin-tr n ds, Be glad and proud to set your feet in that patb. I Newzhtatogue. Attention is.culled to the ad vertisement ofillilleiiiiieyer of "Dead Man" Found AipZjT: CORONER , 7vear Railroad FOR SUMMONS JVRY INQUEST ON DUMMY. Considerable excitement was caused in town Thursday night wi.en the report went around found beside the water tank. According to the report the man had apparently fallen his body off a Strain and was badly mangled. Coroner S. V. Larison was called out from his home and went to the scene of the tragedy to investigate, summoning a panel for the jurv on the way. A large crowd accompanied him to the set no and after considerable skirmishing around in order not to get close enough without disturbing the body or its surrounding, the discovery was made the "corpse" was the dummy used in the company store to demonstrate the the latest styles in clothing. The joke was ou the coroner at the time; aud everybody had a good laugh at his expense. Later on the crowd had another laugh at somebody else, when it was dis been covered that somebody had purloined the corpse," and remov- clothes with whteli tlpv had die. .aujseLtlip 'corpse,, Crate, Johnson is pnv n pur r n cnp. Tho ru'lroad iicpiit. Mr. Vnllmer. has prpepntpd n hfi' for a dollars worth of rpd ink used in furnishing blood for thp sH""--and just preparetBCithe Lexjiiftii, who have hand- that the, body of n dead man hud Tio parts unknown. next morning the leaders of the crowd were presented with a bill from Gran Hackworth for ton dollars, the value of thediim-my- , aud since then have been conducting u still hunt for their missing "corpse." It is said that Corouor Lansnn offered to guarantee the finding of it if the boya-wi"set 'em up" for the crowd which was present at tbe inquest. Hutch McOluni is also tnouruing the loss ot a suit of ed, it ro of straw-berr- y plants thlrnnf' ever been out out. Mr. fliflenmeyer, sr , is one of the oldest horticulturists in Kentucky, and the firm enjovs reputation that anyone could corpse to wallow in lie proud of. No agents are alLOST pviden'lv lowed to handle their products, A enrtiao. takpn bv misrnke from npar thp md therefore, their prices are water tank last Thursday night. much lower tlnin usual. Send Liberal reward and no qupstions for their free catalogue. asked. A reward will also bp paid for the rpcovpry of n suit of Public Meeting at clothps and a pair of shops worn The Schoolfwusc. by said corpsp on the occasion of Professor F. Mutchler, Presiits disappearance dent nf the Kentucky division of Butch McOlurp or Crate Johnson. the Farmers' Educational Co operative Union, will speak at Announces for the sclinolhousejxSaturdav- night Representative. at 7 o'clock Dr. Uutchler is one of the moat interesting speakers In the regular announcement in the 6tate on mutters pertaincolumn will be found the an- ing to farmers, aud wherever he nouncement of B. F, Hattnn, of addrosses a meeting there is al Bowen, as candidate for the Re- ways a good crrtwd, and they alpublican nomination for Repre- ways feol the bettor for having sentative for this district. Mr. heard him. Ho .will speak at Ilatton is ono of the best, known Stanton ou Saturday afternoon citizens of the county, and will at 1 o'clock. make a strong race tor the nomiThe meeting here will comnation, lit is not. a chronic of. mence promptly at. 7 o'clock, fico seeker, having only held ono and some splendid music will be office in over t wonty years .resi. furnished. Everybody, particudonee ui tho county, having been larly the ladies, is urged to come Juslice of Peace for one term, out uud hear this speaker. somest little 1 llHHvs - an office which he filled very sat- tl J isfactorily. Col. Kph. Lllliard, former For the past eight years he has Kopreseutativo'from Boyle counbeen representing the Singer ty, committed suicide last weok Sewing Machine Company in that at Danville, by shooting himself. section of the county and in that lie is one of the Democrats who way has become acquainted with gained much notoriety by voting a largo number of people, many for Bradley against Beckham of whom havo pledged them- for United States Senator. lie selves to support him. One u'as afterwards appointed pri thing is sure, the man who beats vate tucrotary to Bradley and rehim will know he has been in a mained such until after the race. , death of Bradley recently. v Johnson Comni'n-ealifcr iiianv it (lav Uncle Son is go "f thi district, visited ing to Keep a trict waiidi rn lUh ilaiichier. Maxie and Daisy, hiW iver Svnday. I'he following notice as banderi nd-tbe writer.' 'Thi plaj is' to be has hppn r ShfnJd. nf vjsftjnsr her flniK.'h'tpr.' 'Vrs. Crepd. one o'f the oei--t given in Staii- I'lmse wh art in the olav u the nnst week. "hp also visit- 'tui. her haw an connection with it- refuse ed with Mra Betty Jnhns-in- , dd chum of girlhood davs. ti reveal what it, is to be From hut h is waked it is t le exciting Two of Mvlf. Lvkins children arp 'ini' thrilling and so absorbing! One is interesting down with tvpl'oid fever. that ve will be helc much better white the other is just spellbound. As this is given by Mrs. Nelon local talent we taking the fever trut that a larg Rlunt is helpinsr to wait on them. crowd will he present. "Dot, the Miner's Daughter," Dave Lucis attended the meet-a- t drama in three acts, will be stager Mt. Caanan last Sunday. Dave is more interested in somebody else at the college auditorium on FrihpBides the preacher. Ho savsthat dav evening of this week beyiiininj. atfeven o'clock. This is a play ho is going hack again soon. that lias been given with great suc H. L. Christopher, of Spout cess for the pst few ycais and i Springs, came and took his daugh- still pleasing audiences wherover ter home. She has been attendins it is given. The characters havi r "chnol here nut her little cripled all been selected from the student-afell nnd broke her leg and she tho High School and u few othmust help wait on her. ers who kindly rendered their help. It will be well worth your troubli Miss Beatrice Blunt visited with and time to come out just to hen- her sister, Mrs. Anna Melroy, of Mrs. Mason freely advise the de Mr. Melf!lav City, Saturday. linquent Mr. Mason and everyoiu. roy has move to Clav Citv where who happens to meet with her bo is in the optical business. Kbony recounts very entertainingly his experiences with Floyd and tlo Mr. and Mr. Clurence Atkinson and baby, of Bcattyville, arrived eider. Aunt Bap teaches Ebony tha: In for a visit to their many relatives it's a man's place to do just, what Floyd will be so meat is told. Clarence returned and friends. Monday to his position in the that you will probably hato him but pleasa take into considcratior bank. that he is only acting. Other char Mrs. SohulU, who died at Gor- - ucters deserved to be mentioned but denton, at tbe home of Mrs. Baird, wo will leave it to the audience to was buried In the Stanton cemetery praise them on Saturday. Tin Mondav of this week. Among those play tenches a splendid lttson am who attended the funeral were) should have a good influenco upon Mrs. Baird and Miss Williams, who those who hear and ee it. Don't Mrs. miss it. A nominal charge of H' Is a neiee of John Williams. SchulU wa over 00 years of ago cents will be made to cover expenand was the mother of John Will CH. iams' first wife. By 'request Rev. L. F. Mann The officers of the Powell Coun will will preach next Sunday morn ty Sunday School Association nlease lake notice tliat tho presi jm: and evening av thu Christ iuu dent, Mr. llufprd F.stes, h called hu roll. l Ut'-rnt-- T Imh III it tile g MTIlltlit tin- - pHcre'! hi-t- r fr - - sis-te- t - Tin. MMES. leased, but the naums f his nu merous victims did not appear on the petition. y, Philanthropist Is In Lexington His Theories on Human The Lexington Herald, of Sun-dahad the following item in political column, which is of Old the Eighteen Years interest to many here, as the The Best Weekly in this Section. Circuit Judge's race is one of the most important in the district : "The contest between Oi cuitRATE $1.00 per SUBSCRIPTION Judge James M. Benton and year in advance. County .Judge V. H. Shncklc ford, of Madison, for Hie Circuit M. P. O'MARA, Judgeship nomination in the A Democratic Newspaper Ills and Their Correction - Win Him Fame, r li-- CoopLexington, Feb.21 philanthropist-- , er, the millionaire 1 OWNER AND PUBLISHER. Clark"-Powe- ll Madison-Jessamin- e District, is likely to be a warm, The Madison County Grand Entered as second-clas- s mail mat- one. Jury the past returned week a re ter at the Post Office at Clay City, port Unit showed all was not love Ivy., under the Act of Congress of Iv rmht in Judge Shaekleford's March 3, 1879. Imiliwiek in the nutter of A HOME-MADE PAPER FEB. 25. H'lo THURSDAY, ANNOUNCEMENTS For Railroad Commissioner.. Wc arc authorized to announce II. G. GARRETT as a candidate for Railroad Commissioner in the Third Railroad Commissioners District. Subject 1o the action of the Republican For Circuit Judge. "Wc - primary August 7, 1915. w: are authorized to annouuee as Candidate 1 for the Democratic nomination 'rf6r Circuit Judge of he Twenty-fiftJudicial district. Primary ejection August 7, 1915. h r. Shackelford the law against illicit liquor selling and one friend of Judge Benton's had the unkind that Judge ness to observe Shaekleford had better go to work and clean up Madison county's bootleggers before he tackled riie bigger job of upholding the lignity of the law in four counties. This same friend said that the situation in the district was very favorable to Judge Benton; thut he would carry Clark County by 1,250 votes, Jessiiiuine by 1000 or better, and Powell by 200 or more, and that he would give Judge Shackleford the race of his life in his own county, from which Judge Benton u$( hails, and in which be lias al ways been popular" Rushing to the Rescue. (Shelbyvillo Record ) Wp are authorized to announce tJ:.M. BENTON, of "Winchester; "Ey.,. as a candidate for the Democratic nomination for 25th Judi Circuit Judge in cial district. Primary election wUigust 7; 1915. tc For Representative. 'We ahe authorized to announce ' A. M. LOWE as a candidate for Representative from this flistrict subject to the action of the Democratic primary, Augusj; 7, 1915. . Wc arc authorised to announce ' T. J. PONDER as a. candidate for the Republican nomination for Representative from this District. Primary August. 7, 1915. We arc authorized to announce J. W. WOOLERY asa candidate for Representative from this' district. Subject to the action of. the Democratic primary. ment? August 7; 1915. Stanley, in his race for Sena.race, tor, made a cracker-jacWe" arc authorized to announce even if ho lost, and this is what B. I JIATTON liurts some of those who criticise is a candidate for the Republican him. Not a little of Mr. Beck-- ' nomination for Representative ham's strength in the Senatorial from this district, subject to the race was due to the injustice action' oftthc Republican primary, done him when Bradley was August '7, 1915., elected, and there was 18,000 votes thut went to The action .of Governor McCrenry. Doubtless if McCrea- in refusing to grunt a ry had not beep a candidate pardon to George Alexander, Stanley would have gotten a the Paris banker, who pleaded large proportion of the latter fitiilty to- sevcrn charges of mis- Tote, and would have beaten appropriation of funds, and who Beckham. Will any of those was sentenced to from 7 to 70 who are so free with their critivoars in tho reformatory, meets cism of Stanley deny this? with the approval of the majoriStanley has a large following ty of right thinkiuir people. Gov- in tho State, and each una every ernor McCreary, ; refusing to one of tho other candidates will grant tho pardon, stated his rea- acknowledge that he is the consons very emphatically, and it is tending i . Ilis chances for to his credit that ho treated the winning the nomination are most lormqr exiuuker with no more ex'cellunt. He may win, and he consideration than a poor man lie may not, nut. lie is a game would have got under the same tighter and he is not u sulky losis always easy er. A yury large percenloge of renditions. enough to get signers for a peti- the votes polled for Stanley, in tion of any kind, and many re the Senatorial race, will be oust quested thnl Alexander ha re- - for him for Governor in tint prik anti-Beckhay 1 Five candidates for Governor have announced for the Demo cratic. nomination. Not a word of adverse eritieisiudiave wesson in any of the State papers l'oi any of them except Owsley Stanlev, and in every case the critics were for Beckham against Stan ley in tho Senatorial race. Stan ley ran against Beckham, and that fact of itself, constituted un unpardonable sin with some of thes fellows. Beckham won in the primary and Stanley and his friends supported, voted tor, and helped to elect, Mr. Beckham. Mr. Beckham is United States Senator, and Stanley is a candidate, for Governor. Should he or any other man he held up to derision and scorn just because ho hud the temerity to oppose the favorite of any man or ele- who has been so widely discuss-c- d throughout the East, is in Lexington, a guest of the Phoo. nix Hotel. Mr. Cooper enfhie to Kentucky from New York where 'ho spent tho past, nino mouths meeting tho public and .oxplnining his views on health and hygiene. Mr. Cooper is a man of rare talents, magnetic force and churiii of manner. Ho never ceases to surprise you with tho iitfinito variety of his knowledge and its absolute correctness and thor" oughness. ' Mr. pooper claims chiefly thar most'of the ill li'ealfh of today is due almost entirely to those habits which best distinguish the white man from tjie jungle. Ho says that nine times out of ten it is the result, more or less, of a stomach, weakened, and that nine times out of ten these disorders are due to too much easing and drinking, or our careless method of living. But it is always possible, he says to make some effort toward healthful living and in connection witJi his lectures he is intro. ducing his famous medicine 'lan-la,to prove his- theories. Tanlac is 'called the magic medicine and is made mainly from the medicinal properties of a plant discover jLduriiig there- ' nuc-oMrd- Superior Clover and Alfalfa Drill It is the only machine on the market today that wil-- positively pay for 1 itself in one season's sowing of clover . provided you have as much as jsixty acres to sow. The Superior Clover Drill can be used for sowing Hemp also and is the only practical way to sow. Hemp seed and get an Even Distribution on the ground and get an c Even, Depth of the seed thereby insuring an even growth and an even fiber searches o(V an island renowned the I'lrHBprJul, west of in Mexico. Oompiiunded in Cooper's great laboratory, even as mysteriously as famous mineral waters are formed, the science of jinin, the chemist 's skill and acquired medical lore, are set at defiance by ' mHi CjK-'- s uncle, the These. Machines SaveSeed and seed costs money. Why some this spring by. using one machines. They ar strong built and will last a life time. and let us explain them to you. not save of these and well Gome in Tanlac so far as, imitation is concerned. Tanlac, it is claimed, quickly overcomes stomach kidney and intestinal ailments, and will actually prolong life by restoring .nd keeping up the vigor of youth. In New York, Boston and Philadelphia, as well as in Lexington, thousands have been converted to Cooper's theories and liuve heen benefited ly hTs marvelous mcdicino Mr. Cooper is something of n philanthropist, as he contributes a largo proportion of his income annually to charity'tind'sulTering v ' people' Grubbs & Benton Cor. Main and Broadway, Winchester, - Ky. an for Sale at The For Rheumatism. has been awarded the exclusive sale of Tanlac in Stunto'u, Ky., and the remarkable medicine caul now be. obtained at that store. advertisement Old Papers If wjiut he says is true, is it not. Mr. Coopor gives, the agency well for the people to be warned Times Office. for his. medicine to oiie drug store of the condition that exists? If in each city. Ilardwick A: Co. it is not true, is llaly a child in Keep it Handy swaddling clothes, unublo to de fend himself? Mr. Hnlv was was Mr. Beckham's campaign manager. Ilo is uu astute, politician, a man with a far-seein- g . 1 1 1 t. ninry election. With live yandi-date- s in the gubernatorial nomi- imition, each with more or less strength, if Stanley gets us many votes as'ho got in tho Senatorial primary, he will win the nomination. If lie does, will his carping critics then do as ho did support the nominee? That which evoked the advene criticism wuh "a snot" that he look at Percy Jlulv, vlioin he e chums is at the head oianj'in two-thirvis-ihl- - government" ut.lnjkforj. world of horse souse, and he 1ms proven in the past, that he is abundantly able to take care of himself, Beckham is tint of it. He has been elected to tho highest ollice within the gift of the people of Kentucky. Is this mad rush to Huly's defense because llaly was Beckham's friend and manager, ami Stanley ran for Senator against Beckjmm? If Stanley lias maligned or misrepresented llaly, Blank deeds for sale at The no one knows better than llaly does what is tho best thing to do. Times oflice, 5 cents each. - No use to squirm and wince and It will wear you out instead. Apply some Sloan's Liniment. Need not rub it in just let it penetrate all through the affected pain. Yoi get case at once and feel so much better you want to go right out and tell other sufferers about Sloan's. Get a bottle of Sloan's Liniment for 25 cents of any druggist and have it in the house against Colds, Sore and Swollen Joints, Lumbago, Sciatica and like ailments. Your money back if not satisfied, hut it does give almost Instant relief. Buy a bottle today. try to wear out Rheumatism. ' ' ' TAX NOTICE! As T& Olaj City, I will on Saturday, March CO, WI5. nt tho Jail door In Clay City. Ky., boII to tho highest tho following property, it as may be necessary amount due for taxes, est andcoats, levied on Collector for tho town of bidder for cash or as much of to satisfy the penalty, Intera follows: Total Born to tlioiwifo of Beady Ilall 18. Also a A largo crowd attended church boy tho sumo day to the wifo ot at Jit. Ohapol Sunday. Weed Townsend. A party of young folks called G. M. Mullfns of Lombard was on Misses Pearl and Klin Hall here Sunday. Sunday evening and had a nice a fino boy on Fob. - - PILOT U' John Bushon $6.01 Mollle Howies , 3.52 Jilln NiblAck 14.33 Geo. E.Tomllnson 5.20 JIugh Young 7.39 Harvoy Carr ."..15.02 WILLIAM EATON, Jit. Collector. , time. John Ashley rt.hd wifo were tho Little Grace Ashloy, who was guests of Iko Edwards Sunday. taken to tho hospital for appenWilliam Fugato has moved to dicitis, is getting along alright a farm owned by Mrs. Mary and will be home soon. Coleman Ilall and his young Shelt Townsend und wifo of wife from Tennessee, arc visiting Ins parents, Air. and Mrj. Sunt Radical, attended church here Sunday. Hall. j A' 42-Fie- ce Dinner Set S Misses Hattie Ilall and Fannie Miss Pearl Hall visited her A 42- - piece Dinner Set will bo Riven to tlio person who will write words: WILLIAAIS DRY (iOOI)S AND GROCERY STORhS oftin(t Means attended church at Witt aunt at Lombard lust week. If you need eye Glasses call on on one side of a enrd the size of a refutation U S. postal card. county Sun Harry Melroy, Optician, Box 206 Ledford Hall, who has been in schoolhouso in Estill To each person handing in it eard with the above words'written on it . To Clay City, or my residence in Tennessee for some time, lias re- day. I no matter how few times, will bu Riven fifty (50) Booster Coupon. IHn-rcchanicsvillc. Sid Hall and .wife, of Uray's I the one writing the words most times on tho card will be given tinturned home. ner Set and 10,000 coupons. To the second, 8,000 coupons ; to the third , Branch, visited friends hero last ; and to tho fifth 2.000 ROXA COLA BOTTLING WORKS -- week. ' J 0,000 coupon Manufacturers of- - ROXA COLA AND B&ATTYV1LLE, OTHER SOFT Judge J. V. McCommack, of Owenton, has' been appoiuted DRINKS special. Judge by. Governor Mc- Oreary to open a special term of KY. court at Irvine March 1st, to probe the court house dynamit ing ; to the fourth, 4,000 coupons ons. In case of u tic for first place the dishes will be sold nt. auction and tho money divided, but the premium coupons will he divided oqiiiil- ly among nil tieing. Boosters should get their friends to write cards and get their fifty free coupons. To each person bunding us u card and making u purchnsi-of 1.00 or moro at a time will be given ,000 extra coupons besides the regular number of the purchase. These cards must be presented in person at our store and nil be in y I 1 1 at that place., Saturday Night, March 27th, at which time they will be submitted to ndNintercstcd local eoinmitte for count and decision. The fifty coupons will bo given at tho time of presenting the card. All cards will be displayed in our store window before or nfter the decision. The large premium coupons may be e tst only on the capital prize. Standings of the Booster Club members will be announced next Mon- day. After Monday the ballot box will be opened each Monday after 'business, for count. Be snre to come to the Store Saturday and get thousands of free coupons for your favorite Booster uvz lc:ger than formerly Flfures Chow That Duration of Human Life Is on the lncreass Par-tlExplanation. Do You Want to Save Money on Your The mean expectation of life, as shown nt birth in the ca?e of males, as shown by the Inst English life years, as is fable (1891-1900- ), contrasted with 39.31 years' value given to the life table based on thp experience of 1838 and 1851. But we have no proof that this in crease is due to 'any circumstances affecting the conditions of life of adults, because the mean in of persons over forty-fiv- e lirty-fiv- e in both sexes, and either re- the case of, ma even di- mained sensibly minished. For inst Wat , in the case of males the expectation of life at as shown in the age of thirty-fiv- e, the last life table, is 29.24 years; table gives 29.40. At the 1838-185- 4 the correspondthe ago of forty-fiv- e ing figures arc 22.20 and 22.70; at 15.79 and 10.45, the ngo of fifty-fiv- e, 10.31 and at the ago of sixty-fivand 10.82. A partial explanation is afforded by the probability that mnny weaklings who were formerly destroyed by zymotic diseases or tuberculosis in early life now survive to adult age, and that the life table valuea reflect tho consequence of this slacki ening of selection. aftcr-lifc-tinio e, o 9 Wipe Fencing We will have a big shipvient in this week . and it will pay you to see us before you buy. Special prices on Women's and Children's Shoes of $1.00 per pair during this week riusic on Saturday by Miss Alice C. Eaton i Farmers' Union Supply Store Fri'iik Khiiiioii, M:r, . .. - i Mrs. J. W. Williams (THE BOOSTER STORE) sn COULD SCARCELY WALK Ud For Three Summers Mrs. Any of Her Housework. cent Was Unable to Attend to Vin- - j believe I would have died if taken it. I nome to Our Store Ami let us nhow you what a nice lino of goods wo hadn't After I began taking Cardui, I was greatly helped, and all three bottles relieved me entirely. I fattened up, and grew so much stronger in three months, I felt like an other person altogether." carry. Our stock of Dry Goods, Notion1, GREAT TO GET RID OF THEM. Groceries, Hardware, Clothing, Shoes anil etc. is replete with Variety, Style and Qualiy. THIS COMBINED WITH OUR Low Prices Mako it to ynur interest to ulvo lis a good share of be- Pleasant Hill, N. C.- -"I suffered for Father Son. can't you possibly Uiree summers," writes Mrs. Walter cut down your college expenses? Vincent, of this town, "and the third and Son I might possibly do without last time, was my worst. any books. Hartford Times. I had dreadful nervous headaches and prostration, and was scarcely able to WITH HELP. walk about. Could not do any of my He I am not worthy of you. housework. She Never mind that; I feel that I also had dreadful pains in my back 1 am capable of making all the necand sides and when one of those weak, essary improvements'. sinking spells would come on me, I would have to give up and lie down; PRIVILEGES OF WEALTH. until it wore off. "I understand their dinners and I was certainly in a dreadful state of dances are rather small. health, when I finally decided to try "Yes; they're so rich now they can Cardul. the woman's tonic, and I firmly pick tho guests they teally want." K Cardui is purely vegetable and gentle-actinIts ingredients have a mild, tonic effect, on the womanly constitution. g. Cardui makes for increased strength, improves the appetite, tones up the nervous system, and helps to make pale, sallow cheeks, fresh and rosy. Cardui has helped more than a million weak women, during the past 50 years. It will surely do for you, what it has done for them. Try Cardui today. Write to: Chatunoogi Mrdlrint Co.. Uiln' Ad(or visory Dtpl.i CtulUnouca, TennM structiout on tour Ci.-- e and Tieatmtnt fur Wuacn," unt la plila wrppf. Upeciiil book, "Horn J-- ltf your trado. We strive to please our customers cause wcknowsatiBfied customers art our nest aesetB. STRAWBERRY PLANTS Mentally Fruit and Shade' Trees, and Yours to please, WALDRON '4 JOHNSON, our offering of the remarkable Mamouth Pearl Seed Potato. Send for our free catalogue. H. F. Hillenmeyer Lexington, No Agents & Sons. Ky. Waltersville, Ky. Unhappy Physically, Dull. Tho Liver, sluggish and inactive, first shows itself in a mental critical. and itate unhappy is there joy in living, as Never when the Stomach and Liver arc doing their work. Keep your Liv-e- r active and healthy by using Dr. King's New Life Pills; they empty the Bowels freely, tone up your Stomach, euro your Const i- 'ri for Liver Complaint. pation and purify tho Blood. 25c. at Druggist. Bucklcn's Arnica Salve excellent for Piles. County Judge Knox paid us n visit oiu day luet week, und made arrangements to publish tho (iniu'iul statement of the county. Wlulo Judge Kuyx of u different politiunt fuith, lit' has mudo a uood county ollieeiv and his ul ini n ist ration lias, niiit with tho approval of buth pirti&s. 1 ,,aw,. SPOtJT .Jordbh-Baf'nett- SPRING . . .M ' : waa fit Win Chester tho first of the veok. T.S. McKir.noy flnU!. L Byrd, tho two merchants t .tins place, have Formed a pnrtlikfshiij 1IIIU UUIIIUlllfU I1IB STANTON Students - COLLEGE, at - any STANTON, KY. Admitted - Time. to one. ThebuMiiestrwilt bjjeon ducted in, fW M ti s (t n Tq II I J h , George I. tiritvdtf,,.of'Norhinl, III., was hero JusVoek isTfjtie !' SUITES 111 One of the Best Schools 'in Kentucky. Courses in Agriculture and Domestic Science. Review Classes (n Tbe Allen 34 When you pay 5895 for ait Allen 4 you get worth pf car. : Price, $895 Study these facts The Allen 34 You don't pay a cent for uri, n eccssdry ove r h cad expen'se. baild integrity into every Allen automohlt.- Our organization is stroU and permanent. We are in the automobile business to st Our purpose to make every Allen cat do its part in upholding our reputation for giving the creates! possible value for the price we get. If you have been waiting until you could buy a strong, swift, safe, handsome car without raying a dollar more than its actual worth, the Allen 34, touring carat 895, is the complete answer to your requirements. VV gine, Weston Allen 37 horsepower -- hit an en- floating axle, mohair top and leather upholstery. Warner transmission and steering gear, d expand--in- g drive, brakes, 110 -- inch whcelbase, demountable rims, aluminum cranlc case and aluminum transmission case, full equip' mint if electric lights and electric starttr. The weight of the cor is left-han- Mott old home. S, MoKfniioy Went? foTTwrfif cheater Tuesday to' receive; tre'nf- nient from a ppecia)idfor;drnp.sjr Mrs. Belle Hurirllff Jiins 'Krtr new dwelling nearlv cotrinVofofl1. ana it will lie ruifdv for occanAn cy within the next ten dttys liifl t. the Common Branches the Term. will be Conducted throughout ' X By paying part of their Expenses in Wotk, 'Students tiaay get Rates at the Dormitory as low as per Week. $1-5- 0 ? For Information Write to V . . KNDWLTON The pretty weotfier has mil Rv. 3 J. C. Hanley, President Stanton, Ky. BT I A.unt K6bj"tbalpv6llMs on the, lbs., which, with the power of the motor. Insure economy of operation. 2300 $875 to S139S. We bnlld five othar model, three roadsters and two tourinf ears, ranging in prloa from Valter''wTjj(!end lids hioved to the fiirrTmf'fifjuJht, oiuBlatifc' We liTiVft nWnsS Waller Oreelt hut Fome ojther iiefglibflrhotrd profit loss. by-'oi- ir namwiCK ana uo. s Stmi-Axinu- al TT 1 1 l M 9 1 Factory Representatives for Southern Ohio, adjacent West Virginia Territory, Southern Indiana and entire State of Kentucky. Dealers : Write or wire for agency proposition Kenton Motors Co. SSSSNE In styli, finish, pitoer, economy operation, equipment, iirvtciabU qualities and prut, Allen ears tali the lead if Bro. UecMttCk. Ht;Mi.-ijiiuia- of St.-lnto- ipreaclied Bro. DertluJJd Here. tlpl4tli always welcome Jits. Patrit ShnHon passed throtijrh here JiiSt 'week. The MfiunFCauiiiiii sc'1ioi house. would iinf'holl tilt. :rw.ds who Utteilll(1( tliptanrvlp.PS ivir"nrrl;iv and Sunda.' were : Bros. A. the prencier.-reRei- t Bowniari of WirftUfegk. Breathitt ille tipeuce, of eouiitv' ; Gr . ; Henry Townc-- . ItoiterK, .Wo d nf 1 vo uo'. nitd 'IVO' f iir t.if STOCK REDUCING SALE: WINTER GdODS at gready reduced prices. It will pay ou to take- - advantage of this Sale. . Make our loss "your gain. 'Ve can not here mention all of the many bargains put in this sale, but the following'will give you an idea ofwhat we 'cati do for "you; - $2 U$0 Mai's Suits going at 500: $ 8 Suits at-2; $1 5 Sum at $10; f2 .50 suits at 9.00; 10.00 Suits at 7.00; 7.50 i;ones 4.56f Boys''Clommg at same percent, cut "Men's.'.'SO sSweet.Orr iSc Co,, Ctirduroy lants at'225; 25 ooei 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 coata 1.75, Children's Coats at same per cent. cut. Woman's trimmed and Hats at your own price. Men's 3.50 Hats at 2.25. 2.50. HaU at 1.50,2.00 Hats at .1.25, 1.25 and 4 Caps at75c. 35ill Standard Sewing Machines at 21.50 Swcet-Or- r &.Co. 5.0Q work suits 3.5, 2.50 work coats at 1.50 ""Woman's 'Qyeen Quality 4.00 Shoes at 2.75. 3.50 shoes 2.60, Women's 3.00 Sweaters at 2.00. Women's wool and cotton Suiting at 25 ?o reduction, and don't forget we have many bargains we do not mention here. We handle Picloral Review dress patterns. 1 1 $ 1 ready-to-Wear 'J3e bcstlufyricaturi Without carbon 1 irm rfV"f !! rrt9lf rlTffs.frTA4 nm a tain- - Xs; i f v- -- a i I -- tijirt.li!: Hfiro Kitoit i WtftHnn: Hiijoyed Aroitf 'Efrfrt'liii? and G. ilnVmhter Ctifo and Uch Minsr. UdI Uriiwford fain.il-overSOnduy, 3. f)nlr 1 crcur. ti L . nlohrr.r.'i rou for sen.u . o vtih fa cp. line ta uta. by Pi oof f'llrlro,til...45cp.rrIl.a. "FranciB vfslied T 11. bar jarne. cpna tr3J- - i1WH.JSi-JJffijiEi- TaSeMWO. N, UoffBiirilv, of Wis. ....... nagan W. ... : ALL c(iiisiii,'liuve rtftfriiel'here. & D WINCHHSTfiK. KY. Walters, J J . fe he Miss L'r'icif tNj'uint)ish i8 aLlo to out aain. afe 'M We see Flo.nlicllanipton buck ifter beiutr awliiuL'e.Qhristinas tlllli. All kinds of Machine Work 5m.. ke Stacks made to Order. WORK called Siiturduy to see her husband who siek at Mrs. .Maud Muflins was ""S x. Both heavy and light. Also weld broken caslings or any metal mat will melt, and make them as good as new. m : (iUARANTiiED i(jriinvillo Spenner and his wife visifed Win. Couiee's fnuiily Saturday and Suuday,j-- The little T.'G. Cole is able to.be out again,. We Bee in '.Inst' week's papor where M, F, Allt'n'of Neb'rasku, lias writlei) the editot.l'We know Fill and his wjfe Btt(tjVd quite well huvii JieeirlsohonliiiatfH onXJatt (jretik. Write a s, touii letter to Fill, a ml toll us about'UinrsolYi -- .Ib Mulling HARDWICK I STANTON, & - COMPANY. KENTUCKY. Give Us aJTrial and See How Quick We Do The Work: sonf r p-r- a i WIRE FENCE. CLOVER and TlflOTHY SEED. COTTONSEED MEAL kBRAN OUR I'HICUS 1 Buckey e Fence. I Thr-Ttiue- OATS KIQrir. ARE farm on Miller's Creek :to;Ilobt. Reed What has beconiQo?tOTo.grpund. C It. Martin husold'hls Owensboro Wagons ALWAYS t X i i If You want X ? the Best Farm Bedford & Tuttle, WISCHESTER, KENTUCKY. Ids that, travels bftevi Auk limit-ef's- ut Genet " Fence and - Poultry Fence Martin aild'G rai nd'M Morton eaiiioiir'sliwlHy from very spot of my Cough," is Prompt Action Will Stop Your the alio of the many Honest testi- their job ami rt,ptrtJfeiod- prog, Cough. When you llrst catch a Cold monials. fiOc. at your Druggist. . res. often indicated by a sneeze or Mrs. Abide AdifntS' (s back Vil, joukIi, break it up at onco. The Cured Catarrh Cannot fronrUayton, Obio. idea that "It does not matter" aits ISKML. APl'UCAYIOVl. rvifut ncl Cubirt'l m Wai iiLmii 'lie kui at Hi Corn in selling anyi'iut , bore at often Jcnds to serious complica lUIMUi bUnu.OIwua urOVMO ttU II I' U"l tkl 'Vlsul tiUfiil wnr.iM. UI' nw i The remedy which (toiiH. u inuit illrrrliy (rrajuy n lt h. iiir.il H00 per bbl., mid t he rwlin quite 4 easily penetrates the iUii.'WX. U' i.nui) i.y(law - ii' .livui. r tn It if a lot being o lured. StvT'ra'l hogs l.l 1.in'" r hi tin. fit irv .ii tdi iii I mr of the throat is the kind l rj ft' jV.i u.rv.i '1 iw it u IUh sale. hie also-fo' IJr. Kind's New Dis-i- tllh tl'IU IiumI itiv'.lrn. o..' m 1' " Tho dogwood ' I'H id inunlHbabk to r. 1 ll' h ''tilt tjopthfs i the irritation, Hii" I'I'i ' .' Ii ,1 . ' getthoir poles lunilejjffliR rail theDhk'L'in. Vou feel bct- o.stii, , road, t a1 oiiQgk "It soeined to reach ol-vin JtiJn - i t T t made, buy the "BUCKEYE" For Sale By i V Cl) imme-tfintdy-rti- nd mi . lr " . I 11 1 1 I M t t Franklin Hardware Company, 70 S. Main St., r P' 1 I t "WC ( ' . Ti-- I IT i I 1 Winchester, Ky. -- I . I - s YOUR COLD IS dangerous; BREAK IT UP NOW j rondily catching. system is susceptible to (.lirnts. You owe it to ybursclf, iid to otliOt's o your household to ili t the Germs at once. Dr. Hell's is fine for Colds nud Coughs. It loosens thot .Mucous, stops thu, Cough and siiolhus the Lungs. It's guaranteed. Only 2."ie. lit your itm-down 11 JAMES D. FOR L A (.'old is jJ h G NDIDATE I HI GOVERNORSHIP BIG DISCOUNT SALE Every Suit and Overcoat in our splendid M(( is being offered at a discount of 25 per cent from regular prices. OUR f Pinc-Tiir-lIon- .goods' have the quality Lee Bloomfield & Co., Bloomfield Specials are in a Class by Themselves North JV ain St. Winchester, Ky. mm Where to Eat in Winchester and They will tell you. JONES RESTAURANT Cor Main & Washington. t t I f ) FILSON MILLING Manufacturers CO., and Dealers in t t x A Meal, Chop, Crushed and Shelled Corn : THE WINCHESTER BANK, of Winchester, - f l Ky. $100,000 $200,000 TatflOl Tl Tl1rilr fT nifhMtrtrlllo lnnv fniintv Vina !, fnllnti'lvits statement announcing his candidacy for the Democratic nomination for Men tenant Governor in. the Primary Election, August 7, 3915. bemuriats of Kentucky: Recognizing, In the fullest sense, your right to cliooxe at tbc Primary Election to uu held in August, 1115, those whom you prefer to bo the candidates of the patty to bo voted tor at the general election In next November, I am a candidate, subject to your will to bo expressed at said Primary Election, for the nomination for Lieutenant Governor on the Democratic ticket. I am induced, in a measure, to make this announcement by a desiro of my own to serve the people of our splendid State In the capacity of Lieutenant Governor, and also, in a measure, by suggestions of a few individuals whose personal and political friendship' is' real and In whose judgment I have and ought to have confidence.. My past fealty to the Democratic party may be accepted by you, I confidently trust, as a sufficient guaranty that I shall, whether nominated or not, give to the ticket you may name and the principles for which our party stands, very faithful support, for that course has been my habit at all times sinco reuc HHlg legal age. If nominated and elected Lieutenant Governor, I promise the people of e very best Kentucky to bring to the discharge of the duties of t servlco of which I mar be canable. Whether or not I a' to properly discharge of those duties, it is not for me to say. I subn t to your judg- . UC1IUIC 111 C. JUD, UI1U " l public as well UUU UKIDlUUi as In private business, and cordially agree that no one should be entrusted with responsible office who is not able and willing to perform his whole duty to the public whose Interests be asks to be commissioned to serve. I believe those on whom the Constitution places the duty and responsibility of legislation for the people of the State ought to industriously employ the time the General Assembly may be In session, to needed lecch'tiln. complete that as quickly as a proper regard for tho best interests of the State will permit, and then adjourn, diligently avoiding every unnecestuiy expense to the people. I have no doubt that those who have to do In nn official way wlt'i the money of the community, or charged with the administration of public affairs, ought to act In relation to such, according to that high standard which the most prudent, careful, Just and- intelligent exercise In the conduct of their private business. If elected Lieutenant Governor, thr.t standard shall be my guide in the labor the law ussigns to me. In submitting my candidacy, I Invite the scrutiny of the people of Kentucky as to my fitness for the preferVery respectfully. ment thus sought. JAMES D. BLACK. Ky., December 28. 1014. rbourvllle, 111 - . Capi.al Stock Surplus and Undivided Profits t t J. L. Frazier, PropV, I ostofiice, Bowen, Ky. Shipping Point, Filson, Ky t t f I 1 V. K. Holly Withcrspoon, President. Cashier. phar ACCOUNT SOLICITED. POWELL & J. ' Toli DAN JACKSON, Uonler In ii"Cr and Kepnirin Corner Broadway and flfapel VOUH J n JACKSON New and Second Hand Furniture, Writers of all Kinds of Fire. Life. Trrnailo. Lightning and Hail Insurance. We are also agents for the Illinois Surety Company and are to, do a general Bonding biisN ness. POWELL & JACKSON pre-..par- Hpiinlty. J it. - Winchester, - . Kentucky. 4. 184.108.40.206. 4. 4.4. 4.4 Sam W Powell Linvillc Jackson Kentucky Office in Ccurt House Winchester trac mm Insurance. Farm and City We have some and adjoining rent. Writo us Always Consider QUALITY when buying Silverware. por QUALITY anJ Unrivalled. f her sister. .Mrs. Lnudico Hull. PILOT (Too lato for Inst week.) I'lieptlav. ' of Insurance. Vhf sinirii'er school h' Bireh fir ve John and Iko Edunrds went to TRACY AND ST0KELY. lot?(l on the 11th. 'uinptnn (in buiiirefiu nfi week. 0ff.ee, Main Street, Winchester, Ky. Gnie", th. 10.year.old daughter CIhikIc Parke hnn moved from of Mr. Hnl Mr, llenry Atjhley, of liio former residence to a farm near t hi plin-f- , wad taken to the hospi PittRey, where he will reeido for tul to underdo in operation for ap- the Bummer. Carrithers, endioitifi. Shp was accompanied Mifses Bertie, Myrtle and Hazel and Optician, y Dr. ,M. T.. Knox. Jeweler Cnmphell were the puests of Pearl of liUlit In Unduate Mr. linii'ino Stumper, of md Kiln Hall Wadiiehdu nifiht. Watci and Clock county, arrived at REPAIRING. of lift daughter last Thursday Look out Them. , wlier' tilie will muko an extended Prompt Attention (liven to Hall From different mrtof the counBusine-s- . viit. try coinen stories of a swindle John AMiley Hindu n husineps W.NC4ISTER. KENTUCKY worked on farmers who trip Ki P.itney Wednesday. thought they were jjoing to got Two smooth '''inn Hull left Wednesday for olienp irH('r',,,. xtronuerH went through the Loin Intnl. f taking order fur u house Horn, to tlio wife of .Mr. Iko in Chicago, pretending to Hell a I J. H. LACY & CO., Reed, u fine (ion. htundiird brum) of nugar and Hour Mrs. Helomy, better known ns ho cheaply that every fanner visited Real . ''Aunt Phoebe," i. verv ill ut thix took from fl to (0 worth, and Uecxuge if $ nvriting. oilier thing beni'den. SALU AM) KUVT HOUSUS the low price the Hour umlf xugar J Kied and (Jrcii Kinser pawed had to he "paid in advance " It JIIY PROPERTY" A SPECIALTY through hero hist week .with u nice U alleged that in onn commtinity hunch of the swindlers picked up some Hocm 200 McEkoyvney UlJr.. Plooe?4I $:l,000 and no groceries delivered. Mii Vidu Sirirk. penc Thurdiiy KENTUCKY. s WINCHI2S1UR. veiii,n with Mi IVml Hall. ' Old Papers for Sale at The T ' .Mirt,Li71zi.H Spirkx wuk tlx jjiiek't Times Ofllce. Rral Estate and Y liny unci Sell Property of nil kinds. lute t'iinns in Clark MMintiex for sale r want. what you We write all kinds Wl or DiAindion ol Design, our Silverware in Lexington be sure to call on us. Vidor Bogaert Co., ? I I The Hallmark Store, 133-13- T T T t T ? 5 W. Main St., LEXINGTON, KY. I t Chas. A. Mont-unmn- rv tin-hom- i tqr This Bank Invites New Accounts ? I On 4444444444444 Estate H i t t the basis of efficient service and absolute security interest Paid on Time Deposits i 3 per cent (r- - Clay City National Clay City, i Bank Kentucky. j f l i PERSON, PARAGl Harry Russell made n trip to Heidelburg over Sunday. Rev. D. H. Matherly weut to Winchester Monday on busincsc. ST. HELENS. "Aunt" Polly Snowdcn bcon visiting in Primrose. lias Mrs. B. N. Kincaid has gone to Loxington for medical treatment. BOOSTERS ! HHnnBii Mrs. Byron McGuiroontertain-eat dinner Sunday in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Snowdenind Mrs. Letcher Snowden. - d Albert Bowon, of Lombard, was a pleasant caller at our office Friday. a Rev. L. F. Mann went to last week to conduct a neeting for a few days. Elk-ltaw- Here's Your Chance We have made Mrs. Sylvia UuBsell and- Misses Babo Hieronymui-spenDoll and tho week end iu Hetldel-burg- , the guests of Mrs. Abe Johnson. Mr. 'Harry Itu6soll, of Clay City, accompanied them. Mrs Jane Raines, of Loxington, has been visiting relatives hore. t and Mrs. Frank Mize, of Inckson, are spending a few days with friends here. Mr. Mrs. Myrtle Burgher, of St. s Helens, spent Sunday with rein-tive- arrangements with the BOOSTER STORE and they will give Lillte Mahan, of Florida, was the guest of her aunt, Mrs. F. G. McGuire, last week. Miss here. Miss Bertelle Crawford, of Athol, was here Sunday, the .juest of Miss Ethel Johnson. 3,000 COUPONS Mrs. Tim Donovan, of Jackson, was in town from Sunday until Monday. Willia.ni Hterouymus, of Lexington, has been the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. D. for a few days. II. G. Crabtree bought u line lair of mules at Winchester Monday. Georg Gravett, of Normal, til., visited relatives in the county a few days lust week. Hie-rouyinu- s, for each and every year's subscription to bill Prince, oi Fleming county, lias moved to a farm ou Black Oreek. THE DO -- TIMES IT -- Mr. and Mrs. John Norton, of Pryse, Ky., have purchased the propertyof J. C. Williams and are preparing to move into it shortly. Albert Johnson was in Winchester Motuluy to have some dentil I work done. Get your friends to help vou by subscribing -i Brutus McGuire was the guest of Charles Strom: in Athol from Friday until Monday. Miss Sadie McGuire has turned from Jackson. re John M. Keniiiiii made a rip to Lexington and Monday. hnsi-ihmWin-chi-si- er . . NOW jiisc Gertrude Rose, of Win-Cster, visited her aunt, Mrs. A. M. li LOG LICK. Ezekiel Braxheui mid James Hendricks, of Stanton college, Burgher, a few days lust Only One Qfellar a Yeap visited their friends here Satur day and Sunday. is J.' E. Burgher has noli! his 10T. G. White and moved to ins farm at Spout Spring this .Mr. . White and family vveek. w ill take possession at once. Mrs. F. P. Tracy and daughter Oluii, is visiting Mrs. Tracy's soli, French itiugo, at Lexiuutou (jus week and will visit relatives at Winchester. pl.o-e Bradley Sewell, of Holly, Ky. visiting his brother, Benj Sewell, here. James Hudson and Mrs. Charles Howard, of 'Oartersburg, "ml., ire visiting their brother, Ben- uie Hudson. known, and the attention given his sermoiis at the Presbyterian Tho Ladies Aid, of the Method-dis- t church here each 'Sunday afterchurch, nine last week in the noon, shows very plainly the parlor of the Red River Hotel, Ireaard in which he is held. with a goodly number in attendance. Those present werp the Mr. I. N.' Berry, l he popular following: Mesdames Adams, soft drink manufacturer, of Loving, Johnson, O'Rear, Kiiiiro, Beattyville, was in town SaturMcGuire Mount., Mann, Hoyt day and paid a pleasant visit to Hussell, Miss Gertrude Vollmer, The Times office. Mr. Berry, in and one new member enrolled, addition to renewing his subscripMiss Elizabeth Ritchie. After tion for another year, left us an the general routine of business ad for his products, which are the hostess invited the ladies to having a large sale, here. Eaton & MeGuirf's store where a very temptini! lunch was served by the efficient demonstrator, BANKRUPT NOTICE. Mr. Michael, of the Majestic In the District Court, of tho United Range Co., consisting of hot cofStates, for tho EusternilMstrict of Kenfee, biscuit, wafers, etc. They tucky, In tho Phillips Stone then adjourned to meet with Co., bankrupt, matter of In Bankruptcy. Mrs. O'ltear, Wednesday, March To tho creditor nf the Phillips Stono 3rd. Company, Stanton, in the county of Powell, and district aforesaid, a bankrupt. Professor Hanley,. Principal of Notice is hereby given that on tho Stanton College, dropped into 30th day of February, A. D., 1015, tho The Times office for a pleasant said Phillips Stono company was duly call last Saturday. Mr. Hanley adjudged a bankrupt, and the fintt meeting of their creditors will bo held reports that tho college is at my otllco In OwlnvJIlo, Kentucky, J pros-perinc, Ladles Aid Meeting. ..Mr. C. W. Duncan was admitted to uieiimerxhip in the Metho- dist church last week, the baptismal ceremony being performed by Rev. L. F. Mann, at the residence of J. U. O'Rear. (Jlay SKiuuer, the genial County Clerk of Clark county, came up from Winchester Saturday to spend a few days with his uncle, Judge Adams, and family. Mr. Skinner is almost us popular in Powell toutity as in his adopted home, where he was elected County Clerk by a large in tjori-ty- , and is lillnii: the nllice to the satisfation of all. Llis two sisters, Misses Lor a and Betty Skinner, accompanied him here. Tho following item uppers in the "Most Auytlutig" corner of the Cincinnati Post: "Arthur II. Phillips, of Clay City, Ky., submits the following: Please tell me what kind of hair makes the best hairsprings Mr. of the L, & E. railroad. McDowell is well known to the peoplo of Clay City, eeveral pages in his "book of experience" having been written here, as the Leader aptlv puts it. He has worked his wav up from th bottom, to his present position of importance, and the people of this community are always glad to hear of his advancement or proHpenty. OENET Miss Nannie Howard of Pilot View, hpent Saturday and Sun day with Mrs. Tenipie Hudson, .Mrs. .I.T. Elk. n, who has been quite ill with pneumonia, is im proving rupully. Several from here attended Court at Winchester Monday. .Miss Stella Adams entertniued at her homo near here, Sunday. Those present were Misses Cana Br.tshear, Laura and Caroline Matherly, Sarah Brashear and Bessie Kerr; Messrs. Asa Nib- aek, Joe Williams, Asa Kerr, , Ezekiel Brashear, James Ira Brashear, John and El mer Puckett, Hubert Spry, Tom and Vernon Adams. All enjoyed the afTnir immensely. Hen-drix- Virgil Sp.irks, our special mail carrier from Pilot to Bowen, is back on the job. J.. It. Sparks and W. F. Smyth, of Pilot, were hereyesterday taking testimony in u pension case. Weed Adams, who has been down all winter with rheumatism, is able to walk around but not able to do any work. T. J. PondHr ami W. L. Black-burwere transaction some legal business here last Tuesday. n the attendance making a for watches. gain each term. He expressed Expect to be married in Juno the opinion that the present and have always heard of wed shown by some of tho ding bells, but have never seen citizens to the college would any. Please tell mo wheio I soon blow over, and stated that can find some. it could not eil'ect tho work of When I 6ee my wife hanging the college in any wny. Mr. i rug ou the line, I always "beat Hanley is recognized as mm of it." AmJ doing right. If so the best educators in the counwhen should I return? try and tho rest of the stall' at Please odviso if I can get a tho college fully measures up to Cincinnati Post largo enough the high standard ct by him. As, to luiijg ti.g.iUi on." speaker Mr. Hanley is well Mr. Thomas Hudson died at his homo in Cartersburg, Ind., and his body was brought to this place and interred in tho Log Lick cemetery. Funeral services were conducted by Rev. J. H, Matherly. Mr. Hudson is surC. II. llatton it. moving to the vived by three children, James Holmes' farm ou Johnson branch. Hud3on, of Cartersburg, .Inhk on tho 3rd day of MurcV,' A. D,, 1015, J. H. Mullius, who is connect-ed'wit- h Mrs. Charles Howard, of Bells, at 10 o'clock in tho forenoon, at which the L. &.N. at Cornetts. ville, Ind., and Ben Hudson, in' time the said creditors may attend, provo tJieir claims, elect a trustee and ville, Ky., was here last Friday this place. attend to any other rogiilar business The viters here aro much relating thereto. 2, COO ringuock pheasants have P.cby. S3rd, pleased to learn of tho announceAt Owlngsville, Ky 1015. ment of W. K. Shacklofnrd, of been shipped from England to' II. 0. Qudgoll, ltichiiiouds, for County Judgo. this country to stock KontuuX Itefereo in IJankruptcy. with game birds, They will be protected for some, years, unjl DRINK they hove had an opportunity vt i Tho Lexington Leadpr ,qf Sun. get acclimated and multiply. day gave a vory interesting actho, life of Mr. These bird will cost about $2 f i count of A. GenoroPMaiipgor each when delivered; McDowell, tho "MORE THAN WeT KomMa