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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): March 4, 1915 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1915 cla1915030401_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.): March 4, 1915 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1915 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE (LAY CITY TIMES. . f. M. P.O'MARA, Owner and Publisher We are Here to Help Clay City, the Surrounding Country and Ourselves. - PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. ' VOL XX. ofiW utrv. : tr 2 twjusday march I 4, ims. STANTON. mouth ditA Young People Elope William Arthur Mntherly, and 'Miss Emma Me Guy eloped to Lexington .Friday morning wjicre tliey wcro quietly married by Rev. I. J Spencer. They return od to Winchester Friday afternoon. The brido is a popular daughter of Mr. Finlay Guy and. has been for several years a popular .school 'earlier of Clark County. SHe is pretty and attractive and has a host of friends Mr. who extend best wishes. Marherly is a Bon of J. H. orly, ot Log Lick, and is a brother of Mr. D- - H. Mutherly, nf this , Mr. and Mrs". place will make their home with the i Professor McKee, dent of the Farmers' Educational Union, addressand ed the people of Clay City last Saturday night. A good crowd turned out to hear the epenkiilg atid were well repaid for the r trouble. Profossor McKeo pointed out the advantage of cooperation among the farmers, and brought out many points of interest. Prof. Mutchler, who had been announced to speak, was unable to come, a telegram from Senator Camden, at Washington, calling him to that place Mathorly on important business. Vicc-Pres- bridegroom's father temporarily, and will go to housekeeping in a short time. Ladies Aid Meeting, The Ladies', Aid Society, of the Christian church, met last Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. D. H. Muthery with a large attendance. After reading aiidpniying, a delicious luncheon was served. --Those present were Mesdatiifh A. MBurgher, Win. Martin, G'. Hach worth, Jennie iiu'sjell, D. ft. Marherly, H. Waldron, A. P, 'Johnson, H. H. Pherigo, N. P. Daily, 'B. Akers, H.. Kirk. J. Kiik, E B. MeGone, M'arv- - B. Pet tit, George Stok'ley, uiif JMTi wVy 'V:HlT"aiutVA'u ill Milly Skinner. Taken to Hospital, Coleman Port wood was taken to the Good Saluaritun Hospital at Lexington Tuesday morning, wlif re she will undergo a serious operation. Mrs-- Port'-woohas been ailing. for some time and the operation was considered necessary to save her life. accompanied Dr. W. C. her. Mrs . d Two More Girls. Born, to the wife ofP. L. of Black Creek, a line girl. Also to the wife of Johnnie Neal,of Walteraville, a pretty e Lam-bersolit-ti- girl. It Depends. that aftor a man lived a year in some sections of Kentucky, and then dies and. goes to hell, he never notices the change. Irvine Sun. This may be true of Irvine qr Estill county but with those livf ing in a good old Democratic has. t We believe section lik,e Clay Oify l!tlt. ' it isdiiler- - ' Barker Shop. A. P. Johnson hat) taken over the barber shop business and solicits a share of your custom. In the old stutid next to. t lie hotel. ( Winburn, ono of Estill's most prominent citlxens uud a farmer oud practitioner of wide popularity, has moved from liis farm dour Spoutspring to Woodford county. Dr. Winburn lias not yet deposed of all hi Estifl property but will retain ins'liomestead.Ksttll Tribune. M". "Dr. II. HI. A' ' .Stewart left Wednes day morrrocforOwingsville in the J. R. Stone was in Winchestor intere!t'Of R. J. Stone looking after Mr. naif Mrs. J. T. Potts wero called toWineliester Wednosday Tuesday on business with bis store. the store, bosinefs of Phillips iV Stone. bv the death of Mrs. Lula Bar-keRov. J. C. Hnnlov made a busi- n niece of Mrs Potts. Mrs. Mrs. Kate Bohannan left Wedtrip to Lexington Tuoeday of Barker' wkfe a victim of tubercu- ntK nesday morning for Richmond this week. . losis antWiHil been ill for two where she will attend a threo days' J. E. Burghpr, former editor of session of the Superintendents Conyears, lio.'hope for her recovery being jinM but for some time past. the Clay City Times, was in Stan- vocation meeting. arker was born and ton on Monduy of this week. Mrs. Mrs. M. A. Phillips received a raised iiil!.well eoiiuty and had Prof. Enrle Sleeth went to Nada telegram from Fretiuhburg that her many warpjf friends and relatives Sunday where he spoke to a good brother could not live through the of a very lovable crowd" of people gathered at the niuht and she and Mr. Phillips left herer. disposition, und had been since church.. Wednesday morning for there. chilhondi devoted metliber of Rev. J. T. Adams nttendtd i'hu population of Powell conn the Christian church.' The num- meting over on Morris creek Sun "tv has inereuced by two tnnee lust erous floral tributes sent to the day where several preaching brethweek. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bur house miicMhe large number of ren met together Candy Pulling. ris are the happy possessors of a friends palling testified her reto brand new bnbv coming Tuesday Miss Adeline Huzelrigg enter- gard in wrhicti she whs- held by Mr. Nell Atkinson returned her home in Beattyvllle Monday mid .Mr. and Mis. Robert Eweu, of tained a crowtl of young folks the community. a" weeks' visit to her acres'" the nver, received o"e the Saturday night with a delightBesideiier huaband, Mrs. Bar- nfler anH two same day. Hot h are doing well kin. kith very enjoyable ful party. A' ker is survived bv three child-ren- , Dr Lemming report. by all in various time Was spent Mrs. .Mildred Morrow, nf Athens, thew jroungest ,uf whom is games, but candy pulling proved ihree year.of ,age. Her father, The .writer hasn.t wonts enouh vWting her mam is the most alluring, and every James Pal ton, nf Hamilton, O., Hendii and relatives. JWr. Morrow to sa.v in praise of the plfiidid guest wasaJlowed tnassisf in thin. was called a few duy8 before whh too hurv m iking model roads play that wn- - given t the college ThoBO present were Misse Koxir liict It vsh M!iil v tine and enk .Mrs. Barker's de.ttji, and was to come. Akers, Ruth Eaton, Alice Carlee present atjthe last. was thoroughly, enjuyed by the .1. H. Hardwick and Charley Eaton, Ethel Duncan. Hallie large crowd that wus Pile funejaf was arranged to .rwiiCtr ,f U inuhefter . were hern Nearly everybody in Stanton iiimhi lingers, Fa.nnie Mountz. Ethel lake placeyat Vi'rden I'uursUay Mond:i on business. Mnsier Jack Johnson, Josephine Hazelrigg afternoon.'; have been ihere'by the looks of the his pupa and Hardwick do-- n and Mrs. W. E. Reams; Messrs. iinus full ond so the wntt-visiting. his Urandtuother 'ni) Austin Johnson, Shelby .Martin, not net- - to tell on much about otber relativee. Mi-J. O, Vorderbruegg'en, Kay Bow Tobacco Growers Paislej has 4, It. it. Meeting. Milt Lykins is in Louisville this , man Vernon Shearer, Harry her culling in life. One iMitirluw-OlltW!ltl lftlQ.4 b.tin roikIs for his store. fittle boy ui:i.e. ihosreiimrk thai linn Wit Af;w a)' Tiie tnbVuc.,,Ur;Avt'fs bf Vt'lie mev :ireloii.g,ii fiUxtling qusmess rne ui ueuer iuiikiiiu uh :i wue ami JametfEientiricK8, ami Jir.State he'ld a lneetiii at Lexing tt their new and are well tbiin he win us ii' teuclier and Mrs. A. T. Whitt. How- ton Tuesday for the purpose ol ldeaed at ttie patronage the people ver. Unit may he. che certain y perfecting ilieir organization, acted tilt- - pari of a model wife i To Askf Aid. and making preparation to put are giving them. Mr. Klla Dunn was tried Tues Uu Crowe who was IHe leudltiii The Fiscal Court met Wednes the business on a better basis. in the play Carl Welch day at Stanton and the four Kepresenuti v'es frmn every to- day of this week before a jury for eharaeter Miter5 the villiiin no well that we members present were uuunimous bacco prbjucing county were unlmlanced.mind ami will be sent denpised him luringtlie jiluy. It Ui their decision that Powell pieseut iiinl Hit outlook was to the State hospital at Lexington is very was "o wonder that 'hurley rowt Her condition hist week. ciiuutv in si have better roads. i horougluy discussed. S. G. Ba the sympathy couldn't resist making love to Miss growers ot pitiable and It is nlthngettier likely that bonds ker represented the Peg Lyle, the ay she acted her f all the people of Stanton. will be voted on, uud the full Powell county o;irl. A good in tiny would have amount allowed by law will be A meeting of the farmers of (Jolsou Blai'kliurn rcturmu to like to be in Chur'ey's place. .Mic asked, from the State. this county is to be held at. Stan Louisville Mooila to tig tin take Nannie Ponders hud the winning ton on Saturday March 18, for up his school w.irk. I'hu class buil smile that finally made Herbeit he pur'posf discussing the to- ding had liurned down uinl t'olon Jones happy after she whs freed FOR SALE bacco situaljou uud other farm was home for two weeks until the from the vidian. Hut what made One nice 'black, 'matters. This meeting ought to could provide other quarters. the play the rent success and so and buggy result in a great deal of good to suddlo combined Mr. Ibirnmu Skidmore moved his thoroughly enjoyed was the two horse; lifleen hands high; good the farmer. household goods to Ins new farm negro characters, Ceorge Deriekson driver and worker; swift and near ML Sterling this week. His and .Morgan Lyle. Two genuine stylish; guaratneed perfectly family will follow in a few days, negroes couldn't have done hetter Kev. W. P. Fryman will leave lie wus forced to leave his cows on smiud. Price $160 on time from They kept the thuu they did. 2 nion t lis. Anyone inter- next Thursday for Florida where account of not bei. g allowed to. house in an uproar whenever they he. will utsist in u revival meet- take them into another co"iily. ested should wnto to appeared, und when the tragedy ing at Carabelle. lie v. Fryman 0. J. Davis, Berea, Ky. a became so intense they came in at W. O, Kearick, of Nada, made will bo uway from lrvino three Also one solid leather buflnesa trip to James Patrick's the right time uud relieved the sitn8il(llo in good conditiou. weeks. Estill Tribune. The uation. George and Morgan cerhomo Tuesday of this week. a mistake when be tainly deserves their share in makwriter wade The writ said thatMr Reaiiek had bought ing the play a success. curly maple ttte of Mr. Pat- er wishes he could commend on the -Alt rick but his trip at this time wus nch actor but space forbids. did their best and helped make it with a view of buying tha troo. a success. If Prof. Itanson had the T. P. Anderson is tearing down authority wo predict that he would JV early every Week we receive various aum - jc the building next io tho Bain Wagin get most munications without any name atdaoheil tovR on wuruhouse. John Hurdwick,who Stanton. ofWothe marriage fees will hone the college an owns it, will haveitseutto his farm them. Some of these are-item- s of interest iniike another attempt' before school we do not like to leave them out of the paper, Q in Bath county and will rebuild it is out, say for the closing exercises- established rule that any unsigned Hi into a tenant honse. but it is James M. Kee, of Versailles, ad communications coming to this office is iin inedrjfe Fred Blackburn attended the dressed the farmers of Powell counStatu Farmers Institute lately consigned to the waste paper basket We Eg Henderson last week. He held at ty at the court houso on co oper will tin tint, nut n. Hi A ?is n Tufil 'i 'nn.f.f.nn. huh m.n.sh H atiou among farmers in the selling an important. meeting; at Louprotect ourselves. Don't ffi isville this week in (he interest of of their farm products, He niadi haye them in order to Over this interesting statement. you overlook thin when sending items intho foot and mouth disease that is in Holland the funnel receive 1)7 so serious in Ktntuoky Just now. pecl to nee them in print. cents out ol every dollar in tho sel Wo are informed by Mr. Black- ling of his products and tho burn that no ono is allowed to take man gets 3 cent. In tin cattle from ouo county in to another ut present while the foot tud (Continued on Page Six.) Makes Good Talk, Former Resident tries at Winchester. B'is bad. (By P. 0. Dcrthick.) r, 8)-w- - W.-Vn- .t e -- i.ret-ent- . -- r hold 8 - mii-se- it IM ','- - . - tor State 11 des-erve- s o ox-blo- sjg SIGN YOUR NAME! and an at-teu- d - if extf com-mi.-hio- ii MUiJuuui - THE TIMES. A Democratic Newspaper Eighteen Years Old The Best Weekly in this Section, SUBSCRIPTION RATE $1.00 per year in advance. M. P. O'MARA, OWNER AND PUBLISHER. Entered as second-clas- s mail matter at tho Post Offico at Clay City, Ky., under the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. A HOME-MADE less during the service, especially if tho sermon is rather lengthy, hut for grown people- there is very little excuse. At one of the churches 'in the county recently, a disturbance was created by some of tho boys, and the interference with the service led to court proceedings. In the town churches, the is not as bud as this, but it is a shame that boys and girls old enough to know better, should make the church a place to carry on flirtations, and towhisp er and puss notes, thereby (Its in ruing riiose who desire to give their attention to the cervices I hose who do not watit to profit by the pastor's efforts should stay away, and not distract the others who attend. nt con-ditio- Great Cro Hear Co,oper Our Fnultv Method of Living Produces III Plows Plows i HealthHc Says n Lexington, Mar.,1 ;L. 1. he man who created such u favorable impression in the big Eastern cities with his health theories and medicine lias attracted immense gatherings in Lexington, where the 'famous philanthropist has delivered a series of lectures in connection, with his introduction of Tanlac, the medI Spring Time is Plow Time And now is the time for you to be J icine that, is producing such results in Central Kentucky. Probably ten or fifteen thousand have heard OoopeMulk during the past few weeks. 'Possessed of an unusual ainmiii. of personal uiagnct ism, Cooper eems to draw his crowds from all walks of life and from everywhere in tho bluegrass section,. During the course, of a recent lecture he said : "Possibly the most prevalent and distressing condition known to we Americans is chronic catarrh of the mucous membranes. Catarrh of the stomach is the most frequent cause of dyspepsia, and catarrhal conditions in the nose and throat lend to inevitable deaf::ess. Show tne a man whose hearing if affected iiid I will show' you u' man who is suffering from catarrh. PAPER FEB. 25. 1915 THURSDAY, ANNOUNCEMENTS For Railroad Commissioner. Wc are authorized to announce H. G. GARRETT as a candidate for Railroad Commissioner in the Third Railroad Commissioners District. Subject to the action of the Republican primary August 7, 1915. For Circuit Judge. Last week some" of the delin qnent taxpayers were advertised in the columns of The Times, and this method is apparently a good ono. Tho city tax collec tor had warned these people that taxes must be paid. Many others are in arrears besides those whose property was specified in the paper, and more will be ad vertised unless they pay up. One thing that no one can escape is taxes, and people should have. enough prido in their town and county to pay their taxes prompt- looking after your plows and repairs. We have the most complete stock and can please you in any style of plow. Oliver Chilled, 1 : Vulcan or Syracuse Plows ly and save cosM. The town board lias Ktiitnd pmnluf ie:illv We are authorized to announce that they will collect all back W. R. SHACKELFORD taxes due the town or will sell !1S Pnriflilntn fnf tUn Tlnmnnfn in and tueir action if nomination for Circuit Judcn of ,,he the Twcntv-fiftJudicial district 'ommeifdable. It is not fair for Primary election August 7, 1915 a few to'hear all the expenses of running tin town, and MVcrvho- Wp are authorized to announce ly w II have to '(nine rtc.nn-j.J. JI. BENTON, of Winchester, Ky., as a candidate for the Democratic ndminafion for Who Runs the. Paper? Circuit Judge in the 25th Judi cial district Primary election In a neighboring count v i August 7, 1915. took the editnr.of thp lo. d ml p.ipcr to tusk because t For representative. itor accepted n certain advertisWe are authorized to announce ing contract. Thf good man fur A. M. LOWE got that for years flip pditor bnd as a candidate for Representative from this district, subject to the ri vpti frpplv of hi spacp tn lipip action of the Democratic primary, thp church; hud minted column-- ' August 7, 1915. of notices of servicps, meetings,, suppers, entertainments, lecturWe are authorized to announce es, all frpp. In donatiii!: tlije T. J. PONDER "pace the editor bad sriven innr as a candidate for the Republican nomination for Representative than thp equivalent of cash, tip from this District. Primary Au- had in vpii publicity, and thus gust 7, 1915. donp more tn support tin ha church and pnv thp minister' We arc authorized to announce salarv than anvthrpp membrnf J. W. WOOLERY th church had done. An editor as a candidate for Representative from this district. Subject to the has but two sources nf income action of the Democratic primary. his subsciption list and his spacp. August 7, 1915. Yet, in this case, when ho sold his spicp Iip Inst a subsciber Of Wc arc authorized to announce course, no nun neea suhscrihe to B. F. IIATTON as a candidate for the Republican a paper unless he wishes to do nomination for Representative so but no subscriber should from this district, subject to the want to dictate to the editor as action of the Republican primary, to what he should publish. Many August 7, 1915. editors will not nceept certain lines nf advertising. Othter edit, , to be March slipped in like a lamb ors cannot. so independent Business con on Monday, and tradition tells ns that it will go out like a lion. ditions often anvern these mat However, this not always infill-libl- ters. A rich and prosperous Philand it is hoped that it will adelphia weekly of national cir culation for years declined the prove false on this occasion. advertisement of cigarette manTho groundhog has so far prov- ufacturers. Business has fallon oH lately for many of the bur ed a good weather prophet, foretelling, as he did, that the magazines. Now that paper is accepting cigarette advertising. weather would bo fine during Perhaps tho editor needs tho February. money, and who shall blame him We have often wondered why if ho soils his space to tho AmerCo.ome people go to church at ull. ican Tobacco Company? It is almost impossible to attend llier's too, wo hear, is letting a service and not bo disturbed down tho bars, just u little. by the senseless whispering and That's all right. Lot thorn down chattering of some of tho young- a little further, as long as fakers, er folks who arc old enough to grafters and swindlers uru kept know better. One can undor- - out. No ono can run u paper to stuud that a child may get rest- - '.pieasc everybody, be that paper I PPty h "Frequently" continued the .rent student, "tin lungs become diseased by the extension of itiilitniHtioii' by way of the cat-irrlial n4niehial tulles tn''tliU lung sub- lr-gvmu- n stance. "The mental and physical tate of chronic catarrh sufferers s, indeed, verv unfortunate, ami it is really surprising .to know what an immenxe number of people are suffering from thi6 almost universal malady when thev think something else i& wrong with them." , Cooper then enumerated the numerous symptoms of catarrh, inch as an offensive breath, con hiiit sniflUng, (lisdiiU'ges from the nose droppings in the throat, frequent sneezing, watery eyes, full head, headaches, depression if spirits, nervousness unsound ligestion, lost appetite, and sus ceptibility to coughs and colds. Cooper then told how the faulty methods (if living produce rheumatism and kidney complaints. How ho body, when the organs falter or fail, lilts up with poisons generated by one's own system. He explained how Tanlac, the miraculous medicine, would com- hat those conditions, us it had done among the thousands of sufferers in the East, us, well us many hundreds in Lexington, who hud already used the prep aration, and found Tanlac un un failing source of benefit. "Tun lac", he suid, "builds up tlio con stitution weakened by disuuao and mental and physical over work, quickens C0uvnlc?ciice,und is a sound source of comfort to tho aged and infirm." Tanluu is sold in Stunton by Hurdwlek & On. admtlsoinuut. big or little. Be sure to come to us for your plo w needs this Spring. We are in the best position to serve you and can serve" you to your best interest. It is to your ad . vantage tn p.omA tn ns . 1 I Grubbs & Benton Cor. Main and Broadway, Winchester, Ky. afford,-perhaps- The Place to Buy our Goods The place to buy your goods is where you get the best value for your money. t e, Try - This - Store WALTERSVILLE, - For - Value KENTUCKY It is the editor's paper and it is lis llvinV He is what, should unci what ehoujHit be publibhed in its colmnK.v, the one who should juB Henry WaldiW - T llstrate Instructs Jury 'Pfin' a fr iintvirifr nrnn p.llrmnrt from STANTON COLLEGE, receut issue of tho Louisvillo bcon sent to F. A. Russell, by V. 0. Martin of UenVt who was foreman of tho jury.-- . ,Tlio trial took place in Ilcral'imvinj: . STANTON, KY. Students - Admitted - at - any - Time. The Allen 34 When you pay 895 for an Allen M you get $8(J5 worth of car. You don't pay a cent for unnecessary overhead expense. We build ilitcerity into every Allen automobile Our organization is We are in strong and permanent. the automobile business to st v Our purpose h to make every Allen car do its part tn upholding our reputation for giving the greatest possible value for the price we get. If you have been waiting until you could buy a strong swift, safe, hondwmt car without raying a dollar more than its actual worth, the Allen 34, touring car at 895, is the complete answer to your requirements. In ttylt, finiih, fevitr, tttnemj qualitiet and price, Allen Price, $895 Study these facts floating axle,- fnohairtop and leather upholder, Warner transmission ana steering gear, Ieft;hand expanddrire, ing brakes, 110 -- inch wlieelbase. demountable rims, aluminum cranluJ rase and aluminum 12-intcuis-missi- on The Allen 34 hu an Allen 3 7 hoot power engine, Weston rMott full equipment $f tltctrit itghU and ttttlrie itarttr. case, The weight of the ear li Z30O lbs., which, with, (he rxnrerof the motor. In sates economy of operation. We balld fiva oth.r model., thraa roadrfttra and two tourlai cars, rcnaiatj In prlea Iron tai& a $1395. Kenton Motors Co. nS3L2!E Dealers t Write or wire for agency proposition if tftratitn, equipment, terviceata carl take the lead Factory Representative! for Southern Ohio, adjacent Weit Virginia Territory, Southern Indiana and entire State of Kentucky. Powell county in 1888: There was u jury trial in a inaiMsrrate's court at a little school house on a ndgo some' five miles from the railroad in a mountain country, where I am acquainted with every member cniin6cte'd with the triai and The mam'atrate hud recently been elected and but the new hud not worn off his Job, and lie it highly though he felt siiinewhat nut of place. The evidence, being taken and he jury ready for instruction-- . His honor mentioned to a lawyer, ObediahrLisle, and asked in a whisper : "How eliali I instruct A whispered con the j.lry? followed, in which the uiugi8trati- was instructed in the ttirms and phraser, and the foiTowi'li; wus tlie result, as OMVrn ten to Mr. Frank A Kussel, of Louisville, b a friend wh v'a8 one of the jury. The Uuuri's instructions was stvieU as ioiiows: Couiiiiouvveallh s. ver-ttatio- One of the Best Schools in Kentucky. Courses in Agriculture and Domestic Science. Review Classes in the Common Branches will, be Conducted throughout the Term. By paying patt of their Expenses in Work, Students may get Rates at the Dormitory as low as $1 50 per Week. For Information Write to Rev. J. C. Hanley, President, Stanton, Ky. n - re-ce- Hardwick and Co.'s StmiAunual STOCK REDUCING SALE WINTER GOODS at greatly reduced prices. Make our loss you to take advantage of this Sale. all of the many bargains . We can not here mention sale, but the following will give you an idea of what for you. It will pay your gain. put in this v. are: . Asault & Battery. John Fortuer. Tlio instructions of the Court "1. ,ef,tha yur bleeve frum the evdeiice that Jon fortuer is gihy, u.v J. Pur-dowith t ha but eeud uv a whoop Btok er eny uther terment, inailishus & mulon-uaudvviilMu.ii lurthink, yu 8hoi)d hml him execediu woik hundred dollars at yore excursion. "2. ef yu bleeve that he used any 6a It & Datter on him yu nhooti also hud him won hundred dullar at yore n we can do RICHMOND, KY. A TRAININQ SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS Courses lending to Elementary, Intermediate and Lifcf btate Cortllkatcs. Valid in all Public Schools of Special Courses and Review Courses. Tuition Free to Appointees. Two splendid dormitories, new raoul pc!iil, new manual training building, practice department of agriculture, a well equipped srynuissiunii Domestlo Science. First Term begins HepUmibor 7, 8fonil Term November Id, Third Term January 23, Fourth Trm April 5, Bummer School opens Juno II, Cotaloguo Free, j. o, CRAHBB, PreaMenU Ken-luck- y. " "J. s, $21.50 Men's Suits going at 15.00; $18 Suits at $12; $15 Suirsat$IO; 12.50 suite at 9.00; 10.00 Suits at 7.00; 7.50 ones 4.50. Boys' Clothing at same per cent. cut. Men's $3.50 Sweet-Or- r & Co., Corduroy Pants at 2.25; 3.25 ooes at 2.00. Woman's and Misses' long coatyas follows: 8.50 coats at 4.75, '7.50 cbatsk4.00. 6.00 coats 3.50, 4.00 coats 2.25, 3.00 coats 1.75. Children's Coats at same per cent. cut. Woman's trimHats at your own price. Men's 3.50 med and Hate at 2.25, 2.50 Hats at 1.50, 2.00 Hats at 1.25, 1.25 and $1 Caps at 75c. 35.HO Standard Sewing 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.H Shoes at 2.75, 3,50 shoes 2.60. Women's 3.00 Sweaters at 2.00. Women's wool and cotton reduction, and don't forget we have many barSuiting at 25 gains we do not mention here. We handle Pidoral Review dress patterns. ready-to-we- excusioni' Hagan & Walters, VINCHKSr':.. KV. We are Prepared to -- do V. All kinds of Machine Work Both heavy and light. Also weld broken callings or any metal that will melt, and make them as good as new. : .V. Smoke Stacks made to Order. ALL WORK GUARANTEED : '.V Uj Give Us a Trial and See How Quick We Do The Work. WIRE FENCE. CLOVER and T1HOTHY SEED. COTTONSEED MEAU : "Uinilenieii uv of lha Jura, oieete'tiie to lha bushes an Hue u a verdick." Your correspondent had tho diet inctioii ot being the spokesman ot our little uroup of six gentlemen Troin the rural dis trict. 1 said: "Gentlemen, we Fortnerover will have to liiie-M-r. one hundred uoliatu uccording to those iustruciiuus." At that point Juror H. E. Williams jumped ttiiiis feet and remarked : ''yes, that is what those iuat ructions says, but tliev also say to iveium 'EXCURSION UA'IES;' ; let's give him 17.00 and Court ciista," and that is what they did. i'uurtt truly, i V. C. Martin. IT DEPENDS HARDWICK 1 STANTON, & - COMPANY' KENTUCKY. t Buckeye Fence. t t f ? T T r ""'"j If BRAN ; QATS You want ? ? Owensboro Wagons SSJSff Bedford use" & Tuttle, "Say, Harry, w'at's tho best way to teach a girl how to swim?" the Best Farm t Fence and "Siwmv-ioxffrKs-wnjcf- "Dat's a cinch. First oil" you DANIEL BOONE AXLE GREASE : puts yer loft arm under her waist and you gently lakes her left Dnuil- "Come oil; she's ine sister." "Aw, push.heroir de dock." ' Citimpnlituii. Sir. Wood and. Mr. Stone were walking ;tloti Broadway, whon suddenly they saw u lady in n 8lii;i,ilL invd passing so n.itural. ly S on A turned to Wood, and d to Stone', und they WikhI I t t f ij Poultry the- - Fence made, buy f t "BUC EYE" For Sale By t t v f Anddoh't have to gftase but once week. t'sdfl h , t ? f 1 f f Y ? Franklin Hardware ompany, h Kentucky by CHAS. C. STOLL OIL CO; Ltxingto, , Ky. 70 S. Main St., Winchester, Ky. t T both t I u rubber.; No Use to Try and Wear Out Your Cold It Will Wear You Out Instead. thousands keep on suffering Coughs and Colds through neglect mid delay. Why moke yourself tin easy prey to serious ailments and epidemics as the result of n neglected coldT Coughs and Colds sap your strength and vitality unless checked in the early stages. Dr. King's New Discov ery is what you need the first dose helps. Your head clears up, you breathe freehand you feel o much better. Buy a bottle today and start taking at once Od flimsy Where to Eat in Winchester and They will tell you. JONES RESTAURANT Cor Main & Washington. THE WINCHESTER BANK, of Winchester, Capital S'0"k Surplus and Undivided Profits Ky. $100,000 $200,000 y V r- ,"po'- - PrWdcnt. Cashier. " Rnhar yr STTr,,rpKD. " 1 Pi' l I i He. Insur- ' thp C' ' 5 ." .v C "f'.v 'lfrt 'lrr- - pre- ' i. nrllnq hiisf- i. : , ' My 1 nil mh 'it S f . i !l .in ille Jackson c in C rt ji WlncMMtfT Kentucky Real Estate and Insurance. UV I tn v nnd Sell Fin in nnd City I'n erty nil kinilx. We have some nice faiTOs .in Clark and adjoining r unties lor'sule r rent. Write us wliut you want. We write all Muds of Insurance. TRACY AMI ST0KELY. Office, Main Street, Wlncfeester, Ky. Chas. A. Carrithers, Jeweler and Optician, Orulaite of Elgin In Watci and Clock REPAIRING. Prompt Attention (liven to flail ' Business. WINCHESTER. KENTUCKY This upfn any l"sillniiiie l Iwird, with r.'y netltfe- nsst; Wia th I'M tltiTO years, ims lncroa! fmn cnif viiluntloiiH upon rtt t rjtorpntn- tions of th stale from JWjiP.COO to J13i.000.t-00- ; d and four of the. lafigrest companies, whos tissr.isnH'nts warn raised, have enjoined the collection and ranted the question Into. tie federal courts, wlicro (he enssn ore now pendln foe n decision. The favorable soltlcnient Seeks H&mination cn(cStrong and of Huso cases In Uie courts together with the Urge Increases Irom other corporations which i not contested, means a Worthy" Oemocraiic Ticket, limit Iwion tj the taxpayer and n most vnlunhlo Increase In our revenues. In tho four years of the presont administration the Increase pf rovenuei from the m'sta.iments of those corporations, which hnvo RECORDAS ASSESSING OFFICER amount not n contestedthe Increases, In will to xtnte far sum to of 11,000,000; and the- Incrdso of revenues from the time sojir"'1 'o counties, cities, towns nnd school dis or tho state will amount to 't'wut tricts 1u reviewed In Refuting Reckless 42.000.0! 0 for the same period. Should Charge of Favoritism Toward Bin l,e ?ourts """'"In the action of th botrd Corporate Interests Made by Owsley road co nnU s I havo referred to. It Stanley WW Not Enter Into Con- - I would add nbout Jl.COVOO mnr rcven o $2,0)0,000 mnrn to the anil about,own' troversy With Hit Detractor Points to thc -nnrt 80hool With Pride to Manner In Which districts In the time four years. Explains Single Attac . Present. Administration of Treasurer's Office Has Overcome Deficit Nntwlthstandlrjr my well known recInherited From Republican Prede- ord upon tlr board In theso matters and my efforts to servo the best Interests of cessor. the people by pticlns a larger ard n Just linnlrn of fnvntlnn unon the conyira- Thomas S, Rhea of Lognn co'inty, j Mors, one man alone In all the state has ,. i undirtnVen to crltlclso me about the . hre.ni.) """"" ,o '" j work of the board, nnd to reflect upn and late ciirlrman of tho Democrat!: ' my conduct in connection with It. Mr. l Cl.nlu,, arvrn ,1,.,. attn In nn state campaign committee, i.uay nnunclnir hlrrself as a candidate for tho makes announcement of hie candMacy nomlnmion 'or governor, with his uaml an attack for hl3 party's nomuiatlon, in thc Au. dlfcresrd for the truth, made the uot, mo lnd S0UKht to create guat primary election, for the Ofllce P'tslcm that the corporation had ben too favonhly treated by the board, mi 01 auditor of public accounts. In en- - that 1 and Other sentlemen he mentioned ,n "iy been resrxmslble for It. terlng the race Mr. Ithea presents to The record and the facts completely dls- thc voters a brief review of his course prme his Insinuations or charges, and ns a member of the state board of "'" v V"1 "? franchise board Ir. the hit. tory Kentucky ever made such larso va'uatlon and assassment, the fiaa- - inercnse In the assessments of corpora- ch.se tax boara of the tate shcwlns that tint body has by u..anImous ac- - been" discussed In tho press and the R deal ln th0 tlon materially Increased the assess- - c""rt!' ofopthe ast tWQ thne yenra- - i im not a can. ment of all thc large public service dldate for the same office that he Is propose corporations, refuting the reckless a'cklnif, nor do I with him to descend and would lnl0 nontr0versy charges made by Congressman Ows- - not now mention him eioept for his ley Stanley that the board had been Kentucky have learned to know him at a man utterly reckless nnd unreliable jn Influenced .in beha.f of the his statements or In his charges against tlons. other men. The only criticisms thtt Mr. nhfa also reviews his course have ever been made about the work of this hoard have come from those v in the management of the havt complained that we haVo raised upon corporations too high. financial department, the treasurer's I shall gladly stand upon the record of office, declaring that the present ad- - that loard nnd upon my pirt' Ir 1" work. in "if cinwln wst fall I was selected tntnfittratlnn linn vaII handled a dlH wli ononsltlon by the party leaders . to it uy ani ";! taie committees as the Demn- cult financial condition left tne camrjaien chairman for the state. cratlc the last Kopubllctn admlnlstrr.llon, and wc succeeded ln carrying the state Ills card qf annoitcmlnt follow: for the Democratic ticket by? the largest majority In a renerai election for thirty yew. I do nbt wish to claim the credit To the Democrats at Kentucky: August for that splendid result, but a campaign On the first Saturday of next I all of time the Democrats of Kentucky will nom- - chairmanhelp gavebringing my about, and serIn It Inate their candidates for state onlee. vice to d arf e r and make up tlrlr tlckt-- to be submit- ted to .the voters In the November eleo- The present state administration, or tlon. In that primary I shall be a can- - which I am a member, inherited a large dldate for the Democratic nomination debt and a disordered condition of for the nltlce of audlt.ir of public ao- - finances from tha preceding-- . Republican counts: and in making this announce- - administration: and that Inheritance, to rn- i.t. I trust Hint my Mlow Democrats retiir with the Increased dtroande upon X. ,11 T J our revenues ror Mucilionftl Ttninvueii.' ' and favorable c i.yiueratlon. t shall en for Confederate pensions, and foe other deavor to bo very brief In what I say . und shall rely In this an. I.. rlmlnallng Intel- - difficult situation to deal with and on d upon the fur i liCH or t:i h,-. (. iplc lor what support 1 that has tried our best efforts and ener- head .of the treasury depart- K1'1- niiiy rrche of the ,u- - x b"eve I may say : pinioned I hoiie t :ny for calling boasting, that Its affairs under nttcnllo brltiij to my ixpcrlence as an without s shtrlff of my native these dlfflcultlea have been conducted In fitllccho.der. and successful manner: county of I.o ii, nnd then for the last a buslnew-llk- e of three years ai d more as treasurer f Unt the revenues andthe state havo been creditors' have not Kentucky. I have tried faithfully and properly guarded, I been Inconvenienced or disappointed. "nrnestly to so perform the duties of Justify the conhdence of tho ntllevt- the work of this administration, olllco as to i regardless of hostile criticism, will, when people who so honored me. Impartially and fairly measured, com- Boards. Memtei oi metlA iiMt to tha good opinion of falr- Aa state tieasurer I have been, accord- - minded p copier ing to law, a member of the Important It Is now my deslro to be on tho boards of the state, the sink- - cratlc ticket as Its candidate for auditor lug fund board, the printing hoard, the nnd to serve In that olllcc for the next cupltol board and tho board of valuation four years. Tho experlenco I have had and uKsesHment. This hit tor board to one as treasurer, and In such close connec-o- f especial Importance, and conslstu of tlon with the office of auditor, should three members, the audlter, the able mo to render efllclent and valuable treasurer, and the secretary of statu. It service In that position. deals with the Important question erf tlx- i, therefore ask the Democrats of Ken-In- g the franchise valuations upon all tucky for their support ln the August corporations doing business In thlo state, primary; and I nsk that they place ma The record upon a Democratic ticket so .strong and for purposes of taxation. made by thc present hoard in tho last worthy that It will desrrve and recWve three yearn liau been remarkable and tin- - the support of the good people of The board has pot sought tucky In the November election. And to hinder or cripple legitimate rorpornto may the people of our state In the of the state; but It has uo In- - tlon this year show their appreciation of creased their franchlso assessments that tlw splendid and Incomparably ndmlnls-th- " stntc is now receiving severul hun- - fratlon of trei.ldent Wilson, and demon-dr- d thousands of dollars more- In taxeit strata tliat Kentucky. In the prealdentt'il every year from this source than It over election next year, will bo ready to shov received before. As a member of that its purpose to help In the work' of have helped diligently In tho riveting president who has done' such work of adjusting theso malUrs In no- - extraordinary service to the popple of Respectfully, enrdance with the best Inter tutu of tho this countty. people and without causing unjust iiarJ-- ) TJJOilAS S. ,U11UA. TOM RHEA GOMES h;iip I - HC OUT FOR AUDITOR rail-rai- ex-e- st-U- .,.,. ,o A InUltlrlO O. tttiwrt Jf t,, - n,i UUUn , I , HUM I UlIK T. JStM"bJK BIG DISCOUNT SALE Every Suit and Overcoat in our splendid hit is being offered at a discount of 25 per cent from regular prices. OUR 31 co-po- ra BS GOODS THE QUALITY n:!i'i'i!iiinnsmsHiim:iiii rtf fel Specials aire in a Class by Themselves ... Lee Bloomfield North Main St. -- ,& Co., Winchester Ky.; 11 t - - w f ? ? ? ? -- FILSON MILLING CO., p .mi-o.ta- t t t t ? H- Manefa'urfrs Dcnlen in Me, I, Chop. 1 Shipping Foint, Filson, Ky Crushed and Sin lied Corn J. L. Frazier. PropV, rtPoitoffice, Bowen, Ky. Demo-gnvoriil- M- i $jt This Bank I n vites New Acco unts On - 1 $100 REWARD, $100 The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is j- p- nr ut leat one dreaded disease that U, 11. UX1U1 VX UVJ., science has been able to cure in ill its stages, and tliit is Catarrh; Real Tali's Catarrh Curo is the-- only positive curo now known to the HOUSES FOft SALG AND RENV$ medical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional disease, reCITV PKOPURTY A SPeCIAUTV tires a constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken intho Room 200 McElJownev BtJ.. Phooc h ternally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of I WirSCHBSTIiR, KCNTUCKV. tyeteni, thereby destroying tho foundation of the disease, and, giving the patient strength by build- - t t n t ahv I t "g-- S . - 1. Estat t t jjomeis that they offer One I u. collars for any case that it fails to cure, end for list ' j I'.tuimoiijals. Addvtss P. J. Cheney & Co., Tok'du, Ohio. Sold by all Drug, gists, 75c. Tako Hall's Family Pills for 01. 1. i . . ils u uomg its work. Tho k.,c bo union. faith in and assist. the basis of efficient service and absolute security 3 per cent interest Paid on Time Deposits Clay City National Clay City, Bank Kentucky. cousupauou. ! Blank deeds for sale at The If you have weak eyes Mtijroy Times office, 5'cents cadi. can ill your glasses 't Old Papers ' for Sa,h Timw Office, Tke 1 Rome use By LAjpRA ADELIA KIRKMAN ITcr. name wasn't really Evelyn Hope, but he always thought of her a that. .Certainly to him she was as lost as Browning's "Evclyri," for he waa more than twice her age, and, to her, merely (ho parish minister. So he' looked up and laughed as she came whirling into his study, with all- the riot of autumn in her hnir, nud told him he was a fat, lazy old thing. "Come, Kcv!" she said irrele vantly, "let'i go out in the buggy - li'V lj uve a special line of samples' for . Tailored Suits low prices. Ca.ll at surprising see our goods, .and , -- and leave your nieas-- nre for thai spring suit. Don't Delay -- Come Now Farmers' Union Supply Store Frank Keiiton, Mgr. : out over tho hills!" "I can't," lie protested weakly. "There's. , tomorrow's sermon to write " - 8 ROXACOLA BOTTLING WORKS -- Miiiuifa Mirers of- - ROXA COLA AND OTHER SOFT BEATTYVlU.fz. ALADDIN. MANTLE St.SIAkI) DRINKS KY. LA Ml' WllllI.I) iNCAMPI'hCKMT I.AMl' Of' TUB Burns Kenxenc. Better thstn Klectriu, (O- ul Oil) Vvtlci the Unlit, LVs l.i"s tli:u on Half the Oil,' ' . Old Style hamp H Mot Kconomical, Brighest Life'lit, Ueliuble. Whilst Light Simple. . Safe, ios Durable. r ' Noise, Mnt I'nietit al. Mit Satisfactory. Klepuit. Clean, No tutor. lost Kill. lent. (jtiaranteud , Patented, - Slt C. P.; McINTOSH, Distributor. Clay City. Ky. STOMACH TROUBLE sang Vancilla. "Come on!" And he went. lie went, not because the Vancilla Wninwriglrt who lived next door wanted hinu., to go, hut because the Evelyn Hope of his heart gave him the chance to go. lie fancied her singing, in lur truly wonderful voice, h hundred little light-heartsong?, and stopping the horse a hundred .fimp3-ljump out and pick flowers. Nor was he disappointed. As they jogged along lie filled his pockets full of the posies she had gathered. "Why d'o"you want them, Rev?" she asked wiMi Midden curiosity. "What will you do with them when you get them home?" He shot nuick glance at her, hut 'her face ha$ only tho look of inno- -' eence he had seen there since her babyhood... , '"Put then in a book," he answered trv.thffiUv. "What book?" "Well Browning, for instance.'' , Vancilla threw back her head and sang. JMaiijly, to her mind, talk was a lifeless, iiujdcmiate form of c.vprcs- o'f "passing sunlit moments. Her joyousiies? bounded tolftjf lips and hurled itself at all the world. She stopped with thrushlike ab'Fiddle-.deo-dee- l" ed o , " "Do you thm'k I have. a voice?" "A wonderful voice." "And youtjynk if it were cultivated-! eould bo a big singer?" I decided to Majority of Friends Thought Mr. taking other medicines. Something-i- n her question, in her t:ke his advice, although I did not have breathless, eager way of asking it, "Hughes Would Die, But any confidence In it. sent a chill to his heart. ' "Arc juii thinking of- - having it I have now been taking One Helped Him to cultivated?'' he put fearfully. "Are for three months, and it has cured me you Evelyn Are you thinking of Recovery. haven't had those awful sick headaches going away?''.' since I began using it. Her radiant- - face, her parted lips answered him, even if her voice I am so thankful for what ht Ky. In Interesting adPomeroylon, Black-Draught Black-Draug- 00 FIVE YEARS ruptness: 11 " "Evelyn ?" she repeated wonder-inglhas been Thedford's "I was down with "Why did you call mu that?" stomach trouble for five (5) years, and found a very valuable medicine for lie covered the slip with swift inof the stomach and liver. It terrogations. would have sick headache so bad, at "Then you are going away? Thcu surely I would die. is composed of pure, vegetable herbs, times, that thought you are going" to be a singer.;" I tried different treatments, but they contains no dangerous ingredients, and Her fine eaugjit fire again. acts gently, yet surely. It can be freely did not seem to do mc any good. "Oh, 1,'ev! Iter hn't it wonderful? I am going to make someI not so bad, 1 could not cat or sleep, used by young and old, and should be thing of myself ! 1 um going to be arid' all my friends, except one, thought I kept In every family chest of bomo use in the world!; Hut" He advised me to try would die. Get a package today. one soft Imlc hand into his Only a quarter. and quit Thedford'S "I can't bear to think of going" I uuny. brought you out here to y. vices from this place, Mr. A. j. Hughes has done for me." Black-Draught didn't. writes as follows : 1 Black-Draug- your glasses so you won't have any mom oye .trouble. Just drop mo u card, Box, 206,, or call at limine. Bclti Sec iltlroy. He can lit ' TAX NOTICE! A. Say good-b- y, $cutiso 1 thought It Thy Collector for tin' town of Clny City, I wijl on Saturday, March my Ju, lulO.nt the julhloor in Way Oily. Ky., tiell to the highest hlddT for cash the following property, or as much of it un may be necessary to satisfy the. . STRAWBERRY . PLANTS ut amh'OfcM, amount due for Mollle Bowie Kllu Xlblnuk ta..YOaK penalty, lute,rr : Wu'd on a follows . Fruit and Shade Trees, and our offering: of the remark-pfbl- e Mamouth Pearl Seed Totato. Send for our free catalogue. F. Hjllenineyer Lexington, No Agents Total .a.fcj .S3 deo. H.TomlinM)!!.... fi.20 Harvey Carr. r.r52 WILLIAM KATON..VU. Collector. , y. Sons. Ky. , & Alolroy, Optician, Box 20G .Clay City, or my. .residence in f JlQeliajjicsviHe. '' 'Harry If you nqcd eye Glasses call on would be easier out here for 1 shall miss you, Rev !" "And 1 hhal miss ou," he said simply. A breath from the ejovvr Held willed her hair, and her raised face, childishly tragic, nni a great, false hope surging through his heart. It was all he could do lo look away; it took still moro courage to turn back and try to cheer her up. "There'll be the vacations," he reminded her. "Aud you're not going at once, ureym?" "Tonight. You see, Cousin Kate has been thiukiug about it ever since sho visited lite, Jast year, but she's only just kon to iih'k mo to live with her Hu'ui studying at tho conscrvaf'H'ho term starts to nauort morrow, so I'll have to go ngnt away " "Thank goodness!" broke in Itcv. "Now I can write that sermon in peace !" Vancilla chortled delightedly. "And I can get rid of you, this instant, on the excuse of having to pack my trunk !" she retaliated. With mock obduration sho turned the horse's head in the direction of home, at the same time edging as far away ns the scat would permit, while he, falling into the spirit of the game, maintained a severe silence. In a moment, however, they fell to ,1 r iiiitiu. il.o. .1 soon t "o the viluic, aud an end. their drive nofher good-hy- ," "I'll be over to promised Vane t . springing lightly to the ground. Itcv watched her until she haddis-appcare- d through her doorway, then he turned and went home. A great loneliness possessed him He sat ns he entered his study. down and made a vigorous pretense of searching for a sermon text, but, before long, he was on his feet again, wandering aimlessly about. He halted before the mirror; his face stared back. at him, old and haggard, lie hastened on to the bookcase; a well-wocopy of Browning slipped into his hand. In another moment ho was sitting at a table, his head on his arm. tho (lowers Evelyn had given him scattered over the poem about the other Evelyn. And in still another moment he was fast asleep. , It was dark when he lifted hi head from the table and opened his eyes. For a long time he sat staring out into the night, thinking about a foolish dream lie had had a dream about Evelyn. . "Little silly!" she had muttered '0 herself in .:the glass. "Little silly f As if a man with b'ain with could find vigor with personality lore-i-n "HnytlMng-to a callow infant r. like vou ! . h I'ev laughed at' himself, at his own conceit, as. he went over the dream. Of course, it had been prompted by his lawn longings not by anything he lad seen in the child's attitude' toward him on the drive. To she had raised her face tragically to his as Aw asked him if he would xnot miss her youth and freshness, almost implying that if he needed it the world would have to get along without it. Yet it was absurd to attach u. deeper significance to her childish impulses. The absurdity of it was proved as be walked into the dining-rooand looked at the clock. She had gone without even coming to say gooil-bas she had promised! Her train had left long ago. To make sure that it had he plodded out into the kitchen and asked the cook. Yes, it had been on time; it had puffed noisily out, of the village at eight o'clock. He stepped to tho door aud glanced over at Evelyn's house. All the bunds were down. With a great cfiort he went back (o the dining-rooand sat down to his evening meal. 1. "I can write my sermon in peace," he mummied sadly. Nevertheless", the task seemed a blessing now ; it would help him to get through the night. His legs folt stitf und old as he walked back (o his study and wandered about, groping for a match. Hut as lie lighted the gas aud his eye fell on the table the stillness 'was forgotten ; he leaped toward the open Browning and snatched from its pages a little ship made of white paper. So she had come to say good-baftor all had left a written good-bHo smiled tenderly as he opened the childishly folded 'note. Then he 110 longer smiled; all the intensity of his being crowded into Ids face. Hh words wurc snruttlcd across (he . , rn . m y, m y, y. "I am not going after all. "EVELYN." The note dropped from his fingers; his nails dug themselves int his palms. He stared into the mirror, but saw not himself; he saw a tragic face lifted to his wind-blown, "'You will wake and remember and understand !" he whispered. " 'You will wake' " He dashed out of the room and down the hall. In an instant he was across thr lawn, darting up Evelyn's step. A maid met him at (he door. "Miss Vnncilla's gone for a walk,'' she informed him. "I think sh" went" But he didn't wait to hear where A breath from the clover field wandered down the road to meet him; it took him by the hand and led him on a little way; then it told him to stop. The bushes rustled beside him Out of tho darkness came something white something tall and lithe and white. He sprang forward. "Evelyn ! You can love me ? You can give up the world for me?" She threw back her head and sang. And again it was the song of ecstasy. (Copyrtsht) CALLOWAYS II CREEK. Misses Dixie Powell aud Viola nds were the guests of Miss Lena Carter Wednesday. Mrs. Ed Gum visited her mother, Mrs. Rebecca Estes, Friday. Miss Dora Margison spent Thursday night and Friday with Iirs Mury Lucy Witt. The meat house of David Powell was entered Tuesday n.ght, he intruder securing six hams, lixe sides and two shnuidera of r meat. The residence of L. U. Wilson near Irvine, was destroyed by (ire Friday ni:ht, which waa occupied hy his son, John Wilson. The cause of the fire is unknown Wilson is postmaster at Mr Irvine. Ara Witt, nf this place, hud a working Satuiday.. A lame crowd was present and a line dinner was served. Miss Dixie Powell, Walter and Baskutn Crouch were the pleas-an- t guests of Lewis and Leah Blackwell Saturday night. The little daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Mcintosh is very ill at this wririui:. GENET Weed Adams and wife visited the family of B F. Martin, at Lombard, last Saturday und Sunday. Revs. Sons and MulHns, ot Grays brunch, preached at the school house last Sunday. B. F. and II. S. Martin have turned carpenters having demolished, last week, ahouso of colonial design and reconducted same, into a modern bungalow. C. Cant rill in a speech be Congress the other day said fore thut there was a kind of whiskey made now called "Squirrel Whiskey," and that three drops of it would tuuko a rabbit sit down and cross its leg3 and spit fire at a "noun purp." Thut is just two huckleberries above my persitn mon. u 1' Jing." J. DRINK "MORE THAN WEI" BOWEN. Wm. Bnwcn went to Winches-tc(Continued from First Page) last Monday and bought u' United State the farmer only gets fine pair of mules. 15 cents for his products while the The little son of Tutilheo Bow-ecommission man gets f5 cents. He is some better at this writing. urgpd the farmer of Kentucky to Misses Pearl Moreland und form an organization like tht-- have a shopping in Holland mi that they can get Nell Stamper made iast Saturday. trip to more for their products inntcud of Leroy Fruzier bought- of E. P. the middleman, the wholesaler, the liroker, the retailer and others' gt-- t Moreland eighty barrels of corn. i tir the biggest share. He sugBorn to the wife of Mr. Emgests tiiat this be done through met Forkner, a fine sou, Levy. the Farmer Union, an organization Strother Townsend is very sick that is sweeping over the country. at thi-- i writing. Already three million farmers to that organization. There Tom Hull, of Rossi vn, was here is a Fanners Union on Hardwicki one day last week. creek and they have a store in Clay Charley Frazier, of Knowlton, City where they buy and sell for was in Bowen Saturday evening. W ought to have the farmer. Elisc Powell is moving his another Farmers Union that would meet at Stanton. Ii in a great or- family to his farm on Picks ganization and is doing much for creek. We regret vory much to the farmer, Mr, Jeff Wright whom lose this splendid family. roost everyone knows in Stanton Everet Hall is moving to his and the community took a cow- farm near Lexington. Wo are hide to a merchant in Clay City sorry to see this family leave our and received 9 cents a pound for neighborhood and wish them sucit He took one to the Farmer's cess in their new home. Union store in Clay City and got Carl Moreland made Ins usual Do you see the point? We l6c. trip to Stanton Friday. Evidenttrust that Mr. McKee will crme ly there is some attraction. back rgain in the near future and lied Bowen is out buying hogs address the farmers of our county Again. It was the bost lecturo to this week. .farmers ihat has ever been given in Stanton, and thai i saying a fined Are You Rheumatic? Try Sloans deal, Mr. McKee is the largest If you want quick and real rehog raiser in the state of Kentucky. lief from Rheumatism, do what so He and his brother are the gieat many thousand other people are exhibitors at the State Fairs all r doing whenever an attack comes the country. on, bathe the .spro muscle or joint writer asked permission of with Sloan's Liniment. No need Mr. Fred Blackburn to place tho to rub it in just apply the Linifollowing letter before toe people ment to the surface. It is wonder . V think it fully penetrating. ,It goes righ of deserve wide attention add to the seat of trouble and draws tliHt'nti8 he taken to look in. the pain almost immediately. Get to this tnatterfurther: a bottle of Sloan's Liniment for Mr. Fred Blackburn, 25 c of any druggist and have it Stanton, Ky., in the house against Colds, Sore My dear sir: and Swollen Joints, Lumbago, Did you ever realize that Pow- Sciatica and like ailments. Your ell county is one of the best apple, money back if ,not satisfied, but producing district! in the taiu it does give almost instant relief. country? The finest apphn I ever Ah! The Invigorating .Whiff of nte and I think I am an expert The uania from Powell county. Religions ridges along the Red Hi Ver produce far netter fruit, in my judgement, E. H. Ritchie will (ill his reguthan any. in Washington, Otegnti. lar appointment at the Methodist or in the far West, and better than church here next Sunday. The any in the mountains of Virginia. morning services will begin a' II Tjie people of Stanton ought to o'clock and the evening service organize u corporation and set out at 7 o'clock. Everybody is coran orchard of three or four hundred dially invited to attend hesc acres. The best Genitoii appVs services. The Sundav School wjll that ever grew, m mv opinion, be at 10 a. in. The hell at our were developed in, the ltd River church is out of com mission s.i iln valley in and about Stanton. Laud not depend upon if. that would he worth $5 and $10 E. H. Ritchie, P. C. an acre for agricultural purpose ought to be worth 250 per acre WANTED A smart boy or properly planted in apple and young woman can hear of a good peach tries. Stir up your people opportunity to obtain steady emon this subject. It would not reployment ar.d learn u good trade. quire any great outlay to set out Apply a this office for particu three or four hundred acres or oven lars. five hundred acres. I will undertake to furnish the apple and peach The Fine Forest! trees ami uke stock for them, und 1 would even coma up and help you How i clears the throat and to select the land. It would intro hend of its mucous ailments. It is duce great element of wealth into this spirit of Newness and Vigor your county. Connected aa you from the health-givinPincy For are with horticultural matters in ests brought buck by Dr. Bell's the State Fuir, you ought to be Antiseptic and ready to develop this phase of your healing. Buy a All bottle county's wealth. Always wishing Druggists, 25c. STANTON. r n Rns-dybe-n- g " ov-ePowell-'countyts PERSON PARAG1 Tom Edge, of Nadu, was down Monday. grocery store, arid will opeti a barber shop there about the cud of the week. The building is being repaired and painted. the building of. a splendid gravel piko just in front of his residence. More such workers for good road? and du? county will take the lead, W. L. Byrd has gbld a portion of tho Win. CurtiH truct of laud to I. Elkins, of Wolfe county, for $2,850. Mr. Byrd has also rented the O. U. Sams' place in tho village und is moving there that ha may bo close to his merchandise business. Wm. Patrick hns rented and moved to Joe McKinney's farm near horo. i W.G.Patrick, merchnnt. and postmaster at Kimbrell, has bought tho Johns Sums fnrtn on the new railroad at a price near $8,000. lie has moved there and and will tako his stock of goods there where he will continue in tho goods business. J. J. Tipton, of Irvine, spout St few days tho past week with his daughter, Mrs. Moses McKinney. Little Pearl Christopher, who suffered a broken limb a short " time ago, is improving nicely. NOTICE! Notibe! . Powell County Court., March term, 1st day ofjfarch, 101ft. This day appeared in Court, A. II. L. P. Keith went to Cincinnati Norton, County Attorney for Powell Tuesday, oil business. County, and made motion to require E. -- B. McGlono returned to each nnd every person or persons hold ing unpaid Claims ngainit Powell CounJackson Wednesday. ty be required to present same to E. Day Daniels went to Nada II. Fuller, Treasurer of "Powell County, Wednesday on business. for pavmont, on orbe'foro theflrst day of April tonn of the Powell County Robt. Spencer, of Greencastle, Court, which will be 'held 'April 6th, Ind., is here visiting his sister, 1915. Mrs. Kit Reynolds. The Court being sdfBcierlUy wlvised. sustained raid motion. IrMrs. Franklin Margison, of It is ordered by the Court that the vine, is visiting her parents, Mr. above motion be published in the Clay City Times for one month. and Mrs. P. D. Todd. A copy attest : n. Fitch, Divisional Freight J. I. S. Boone. Agent of the L. & N., was hero Tuesday. Health Promote. Happiness.' Mrs. C. W. Williams, of Athol, Without health, genuino joy is is visiting her parents, Mr. and impossible; without good digesMrs. Wm. Johnson, for a tion and regular bowel movement you cannot have health. Why neglect keeping bowels open and A. M. Burgher, master being sick and ailing! You of the Day Lumber und risk don't have to. Take one smalbDr Coal Co., went to Rnxaua Mon- King's New Life Pill at night, in day to do some repair work for the morning you will have a full, freo bowel movement and feel the company. much better. Helps your Appe Mcintosh was down Sun-da0. P. tite and digestion. Try one to from Nada, where he has night. been workiug for the past few weeks on the new mill. SPOUTSPRING Capt. Harry Strother, the hustW. L. Byrd wa in Winchester ling insurance man of Winches- Mondiv. ter, was here Mouday on busiElder G. W. Mcintosh is not ' few-dayme-chan- ic y The firm of Waldron &r John? son h i been dissolved and all, persons indebted to said firm ar requested to call at the store and settle all accounts with Mr. Waldron, who will continue the busiHENRY WALDRON ness. Waltersvllle, Ky. -- A snisU fire in some sawdust nt only and advocate:for?good roads thn.Brn'dherid-Garret- r mill Austin Johnson vand Shelby but is also n worker for goon, nigbi caused an nlarm to Martin, who have been attending raads. His latest i tim hemi be blowp 'No damage done. school at Morehead, came home Friday and stayed until Monday. ness. Wed-nesiiu- v Dr. Martin went to Virde,n Monday to see Bob Ware, who is confined to the house with la grippe. Mrs. F. A, Robbinslef t Wedr t morning for Birmingham, Ala., where she was called by the illness of members of the " family. Judge W. T. Adams returned Monday from Clark and Madison counties wnere he has been visit, iug friends and relatives for the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shattuck, We have four e ' I who ar not Booate- - v "i P;m va,--: will .riven t th B uwtors or to pnrons l'! given during the next sixteen of Bowling Green, are spending a few day with Mrs. 'Shutttick's parents, Judge and Mrs. W. T. Ailaius, They are preparing to move to Nadu, where Mr. Shattuck has accepted a responsible position with the Bindhead-Gar-ref- t Company. A. weeks in' the following fresh fish every wee,k; his house Friday. Rurker is now receiving Call at One watch will be rIvom at the end of eaeh four consecutive weeks after the count on Monday, March 8th, to nnyjiulivi-ua- t who casts the most Booster Coupons durln .' the period of four weeks. .Ml coupons cast in these contests count on the Grand i'rlze for the best Booster in the Booster Club Campaign, but nil Boosters start even in each watch contest of four weeks; thus each Booster;, high or low in tho club, lias the same opportunity in each watcli contest. Any Individual having worn watch from the store will not bo allowed to enter the following watch contests, neithor may any. member of the immediate family of tho winner, nor a helper. An individual who is nota Booster may enter these watch contests uud coupons may be cast in the name of somo '2 and in which case, to get tho credit, the coupons , -J inp.it lie counted by us befor.0 tHey are put in the ballot Imix. However, these coupons collected by persons not., "J Booster must be cait all for 011 Booster. In case of a tic the premium will be sold at auction and the money divided. , . a. The first WatchTontoat is from Monday, March Oth, In Monday,,, 2 . April Oth. . Two new dwellings are being erp'cted hv the L. & N. for tin? us of the section men. They will be completed and ready for ocrupancv in about a week. The Farmers' Union 8upply Co.. received a carload of seed i g grain last fyituday, iu)d1teinpori arily stored them in 0. H. Mack- ey's building. In this issue C. P. Mcintosh is advertising the Aladdin Lamp, a new invention in lighting. Several f these lamps have been sold in Clay City andjortre very satisfactory. One is tn.Jise n,t The Times offico and mjy bgseon JK any. time. -- ons. Seo the Poster at our store for big special offer In freo Booster Ak us about it. Coup-fe- e y. Ono thousand coupons will be glvon 'to Miss Otllo Hosklns for will be rendered at our store from $ o'clock to 4 o'clock, Saturday, March 6th. . tnuiia which . to-da- y. you well, 1 ( truly yours, liemiett II. Young Coming as this dors from such a prominent man na Col, Young it ought, to boar great weight. We need u commercial club in Stanton that would bno't mob things as thin. A Commercial Club in a town is of treiuemltiUt help to the people We and Slu n ton nrcdp out- bad. hive ii cunning factory, n tile fa1.'- - am Very lory, prospects of a cement plant, a college, and we need a clu' to help boost iheFo things and bring other plantB and factories to our town Cotuo, let us hear from you on this .1 U . matter,. apdjtlsn on the apple bufl- Hv Pherigo ha U. AmI the tics. Wfityn'got the laud alright i. porno one to gut Rose property wjier and now we need lard until recently buck und push. 1 Shoe Sale Continued One Week More Ji V rm B-- u; : : Mrs. J. W. Williams (THE BOOSTER STORE) 1