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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): March 11, 1915 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1915 cla1915031101_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 11, 1915 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1915 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4 1 JnLJEi l- CITY TIMES. -J Wef , M.P. O'MARA, OwnfMni Publisher V V. JIB. are Here tb Help tlie Surrounding Country and Ourselves. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. lLf GET??". Trip To Jackson. Dr. Williams Resigns THURSDAY tfAROH 1 1, 1915. NO. H) " to another school district must Ladles Aid Meeting. see the superintendent on or be y&& ! O. Dcrthick.) fii Gi Baker, A. T. Whitt, W. Tho Ladies' Aid of the Metho. fore that date. This would be a ThaTown Board hold their, re. good timo for those who are dis- (list Church met with Mrs.O'Kear CiJP( Court begins on T. McUbiro and Dr. Martin at; gular monthly meeting Saturday satisfied with our college to get last Wednesday with a good attended the banquet given by he very little business of any imporRoyal Arch Chapter at Jacksbn tance being tninsficled. Dr. WilTotiOhaney was in Jackson on into another district. We hope tendance, and one visiting memthe Superintendent jund Board ber, our old friend and neighbor, .lust Saturday nignt. Thby re- liams tendered ins resignation, buVtfta this week. v re- giving will see that they arc transferred Mrs. Laura Hall. turned Sunday morning and as his reamtn lack of time DjCfnitning made a business After t ho business routine a Hint?. ported having had a big from his business to properly at IrijwWhifhester Wednesilay. Clifton Chaney and MisB Ethyl luncheon was served to the debend to civic matters. The hoard, Martin were married by Hev. J. Lennie Urowo visited, her T. Adam-however, refused to accept his last Friday. Mr. Chan- light of all present. The next Boy Loses paxejitsit Camptou Junction ono ey is ouo of our rplendid farmers meeting will he held Wednesday resignation as some matters ho day 18t'Aweuk. and the bride is tho daughter of March 17, with Mrs. Win." Little George Stephens, the 4 had brought before the council fpSleisth preached at (Jump-t(- Mr. and Mrs. JtlF .Martin. We year-.olson of Mr. and Mrs. Geo, were still unsettled. jnxtiUn and Nada lust Suu- - wish them all the best thing in It was unanimously decided to Stepliens, had tlie. misfortune to - lime iwii lif 'tiin finifer life and they have the congrutu- lust Sun enforce the collection of all tax Religious. day evening. .His little brother money due the town, and the. jF.Burgher, of Olay City, lations of a host of friends. was playing with an axe in the collector was instructed to con-- , wjji;'fiifu8t Wednesday on bu- The writer is authorized to E. H. Ritchie will fill his reguyard and accide'ntly brhught it thtue his efforts say that Mr. A. T. Stewart, one lar appointment at Bardwicks' No actitln (Vii taken With refdown mi his hand. Two lingers tJreek next Sunday morning, at -- doH'J5ewell, of Waltersville, of the leading lawyers of East an'-- erence to the violations of the i were completely severed and T Spurfock, of North ern Kentucky, will make the which time the announcement for aO'tlGreen f'other, which wan just hanging by ordinance concerning the sale of l&Ykfyit tended Fiscal Court last race on the Republican ticket for the evening service will he made. by joft iirinks. 'ithe 8KIU, wan unified back Representative from the district All members of the church are We'efcy l)r. Irvlii. nul t lie 'ifltle tellow l comprixiiig Powell and urgentlv requested to attend as : is l"iim Mr'sj Kate Bohaunan nud her ih; ! . counties. This is good news to their duty demands If the pasMortgage Filed Bpfi.Donald were visitors in a large number of people in the tor can go the members, can go, Friday and Saturday of district where Mr. Mewart in if they nne not sirk. If yon love Mr W. A. McDowell, General llsfrvptjek. Oroighf Here for Burial. known. If id almost an assured the church niaki- - an effort to be Manager of the L.1&E., filed "a Slrsi. Ellu Dunn was taken to fact tlctf he will win the noiuiii - there AH who nrt not mem- vr';niH it i.lt-- if Mrs. W I). Knox mortgage at Stanton last week for I the KoBpital at Lexington last tion unless there are iiuforseeu bers are requested to come .wftt iie was 120.000,000, the largest one ever in .Lexington, Wfeduesdrfy, wheie she will be circumstances. A largo number) E. H. Ritchie, P. O. brought here. Tuesday and buried filed in the stateVTen Millions of Democrats have assured him on under treatment. off tho debt "in Ire Kt4o graveyard Wednes wdl that if he would make the race day jporuiijg "Mr'andrs Knox he roadand the balance will be vrhe FiBcal Court'piet last. WedHas Not Withdrawn. Mr. W&foriVxlensjnnsFbe'dr equipment nesday and voted' to ask for state they would support him. enters nere aoouFa weeir mo.. nn&roiuoi' biogk iui, iu"o. o aid it. tile' buildirtg of roads in Stewartthnt we because of the de- There ha? been a statenaent seiirtTa muii to This is a step tnand 1holtEaBfAfkentbckrB-'- ' crtwk.frt Jenf iia!! ml m.e 'tlia'rwe w7lj' bftliHt the Voad between Jackson nd Lrfx,. lafiterBllis Derthick was in proud of when hegeta there. He for Representative. 'I w ieh n ' ington will be greatly' Improved, Lexington last Friday and Satur--' needj . hereby conto announce that no introduction to most of The members of Powell's Val- - j moie ballast being pat nthe road- - day anlf whs operated on for t tie people of Powell county. He tradict this report. I do not exley Baptist church are requested bed to enable more frieght traim I am in the h n a Rpleiidid voice and delivery pect to pull off i 4.. mnat af tha nUllrftl lit fdpVOn to carrv coal. . 1141' ti IIIUQI Sutiirftiiv...i..". and a commanding appearance race to the last" point. . March 20. for nV nok iitlht.baker has moved to the on the floor. He if? the teacher T. J. Ponder, Xenn? Kv. calling a pastor to the purpose nf Attorney J. A. Shackelford, of house' reSeiity vacated by Eu. of the .Mens' Pible cIhsh .it the t the cliurch. A lull attennanco is Winchester, has fifed in Lc Duiiu..There' are now three Christian church and that assures requested. Ice Cream lioijei iji town, the first tor us Court, a petition, for KO.OOO that he will stand and tight. damages against the . & K on be- a long time.' for tne hest thrhgs in Mie Legis The Liuliefl A), , rh Method-laturhalf of J ll.Hobbs, Hdminintrutor The fu'rhiers of Powell county SUNDAY SCHOOL CONVENTION An announcement from church will Imve an ico cream of the estate of Purri and Hnri are cttlie$ together for a uiafS Air. Stewart will be m oexr RupI)er Qoil(! Fri(by njf,ht) Aprjl There will be a Sunday School Morgan, who were imrned to death uieetiug"?lirch 18 ttft the Court week's paper and the readers' mi tbt-ihome inr UoiiKe to dt'gcusH the. tobacco sit..2 Everybody come and bring convention at the Christian chur-c- h a fw weekn ago in see his plaloriii. A number nt nllegeri thai Kpar ,. some one with you. uation and'otller farm problems. perioiiB oi prominence ami tho first Sunday.in April, and Torrent. It in e house on everybody is cordially invited to from an engine ret the in Estill county have been HnmuhrsIdcksnn is putting up comet Dinner, will be held on. fire. a nev MwjrVeilce which improves communicated with and tln-R. W. Garrett has applied for tho grounds so bring vour the look's of the ulace wonder- - sure us that they will supp" r n patent on a nut lock for railThere will be a special I. JM. Berry, tne nusiiiug uoxa i Irwfouidu't hurt if a few Mr. Stewart in iu race. Ru um- - road fish plate bolts. The device of jongs and music that Kola bottler of Beattyville, pa? more mouIj!iiIow his example. lessofpartyistn we want t.. send i j 8 work on any machine day. through her Monday on Ins to Frankfort our best man, and L there is a shoulder or Mrn. JepiejDrowp received word Mr Stewarr woiiid make a g'oml In ace to keep way t. Loiiuville to attend the the lock from turnBotMera' convention, which is in that her nim Uicliurd, who is at-- . representMtive. ing Adelaine and Josephine' Misses tenditiL' .Inhtisbii Bible College at llazelrigs have opened a kinder- session there this week. Kiiiiberliji HelihtP. Tenn., was garten school it. the Mountz pro. was nick, Mini she and her son, Bert H F. Hatton, of BoWeu, perty, and have a larsre clif" f left for therj.f hut dp arriving at in to i 'iidu uliiht. children. STANTON. Mon-dnytiflot- Fingers rt d v - Et-tii- Big Lex-fiitp- u: - - - luttbleeajir -- C4 1 - Cir-ca- it ya-cun- t, Supper e. it r inutt-enc- , has-ke- t. pro-gra- fv lre Richard home. Winelietp'f.ifrilCatelegram that 4rheMer and returned ' ; The Place to Buy V. our Goods The niusioi) recital iven nt the eolleue 'Ihr Tiursdv night enjoyed wat verv finK by the large crowd pre8eut and it showed that ; great deal of work had been pljf pn it. We have some iplpmlid musit al tal ent in Stanton and .we are glad to have these recitals every once We have a special, line of saviples V j,wfi for The 'place to buy your goods is where you get the best value for your money Tailored Suits low prices. at surprising Call and see our goods, and leave your meas- Try -- Thte-Store - For-Val- ue in a while. The faculty ef the colleite will give an Irish entertainment in the chapping Thursday night of next week, This ought to be very interesting as we all like to hear the Irish dialect. Notices will nrnliahlv.' her twatnil telllucr . i f""'r more about the entertainmont. . ure for that spring suit. Don't Delay-Co- me Frenk Keunon, Mgr. Now Farmers' Uriion Supply Store. WALTERSVILLE, Henry Waldron - KENTUCKY The County Board of Educaion will meet Monday the 15th. All thde desiriKglo be transferred j .few THE I1MES. be'right up in front when the primary ia decided. A Democratic Newspaper Eighteen Years Old The Best Weekly In this Section RATB-$1- .08 SUBSCRIPTION year in advance. pr M. P. O'MARA, OWNER AND PUBLISHER, Entered a tsbeond-clamail at the Post Office at Clay City, Ky., under the Act of Congress of as March 3, 1870. A HOME-iMAOr PAlKu ,M. THURSDAY, 11. 191 ANNOUNCEMENTS For Railroad Commissioner; We are authorized to announce H. G. GARRETT 'White here I will 'prove tO as a candidate for Railroad Com- work. A lrau can be built or every ne how easy' it iK.xiojgnard missioner in he Third Railroad purchased fur twenty iloliiir and by Commissioners Distric .. Subject f rtrtily operated by anvone who agaiift the inrnadtt of to the action of the Republican guarding your health as carefully can drive u team. We need mure primary August 7, 1915. as vou do fonie othr features of drags lOare. voiir daih lives. - ,m For Circuit Juu, The ipec.i;ii grand jury inves. . Catarrhal affectton's oftne-hea- d We are authorized to announce tigatiiiu t lie killing of Housron m ne. throat aim ftotnach, ax well W. R. SHACKELFORD Underwood w Irvine' returned.O ah the kidneyp, produce a stuffed as Candidate for the Democratic indictments Ux weekHginist T. up condition oi the vital organs. noifiination for Circuit Judge of Judicial distriot. Q. Wtillace, FraiiHjChaney, Jas. and uine tinier out ni ten thin trou Primaty election August 7, 1915. M, Hpnes. Wur. LMich, Aiuhrope ble in repon.ili e f..r mont ofthe Lvticli ttiid L, SrGardner, rharg- lalth of ve jiriKer.t day Amen j unrtreitfcvniiurjjer. Mitmqi eayt, t Fnult.x inetholijIoflLi r. 31. BENSON. was'rtllow'fi.'Mfnl three or them are hack of tin all, nilviVWiievP of Winchester ICy.asa candidal were taKetrtn Richmond jail for too late to correct our fatiltx. for the IW TtM'en "Taulac. the wonderlul mediCircuit Judo in the 25th Judi-ci- safe keeping, Hie jail' at Irvine district Priii aty flection not bjng ifir e enough to keep cine that I am introducing to cor'August 7, 1915. t bein all separtted rect thin condition, I believe to be the best thing.of itx kind on the For Representative. Donation From Rosslyn. American market today. Thin fact We are authorized to announce has heen proven throughout the A. 31. LOWE One day last week, E H. Rit great Kunteru cities as well as as s candidate for Representative chle, P U., of the Methodist righi here Lexington, wheie hunfrom this district, subject to the church, was agreeable surprised dreds of in realii-in- , people are action of the Democratic primary, a card from one of the good at the aurpriiin rsuit-August 7, 1915. people of Kosalyn, aunnuncing use. We are authorized to announce that a itoniiiioii box was being Thej all teMlfv tlmt nMm liai' T PONDER xriir from th.it place for him and a peculiarly grateful .elfWt, heeni'w as. a candidal for the Republican his family. The box came on for RepreFentativt i he next train and wax sure togo right to fie Ueni.il nMit,, nT'nnMot uud warniH up the frr th's "'strict. Primary An enough packed with goods things gives treat clnngllj inul Develop pst 7, 1915. for the table. The pastor could uieiit where it if umft nedeo eor-VT- nr f'thnmcd o announce see from the lira! that these good recttng all of the Ills ami ueakheeH W. WOOTiERY people of Rosslyn were of one e which come from lears o( as i Pf1lil' fo' 1 pren"taMvp accord and meant stand by of the vital and digestive organ?."), . ' 'Utnet Subject to the fr him. A number of them assured Cooper then exhihittd u action of th Democratic primarv him at the beginning of the ConAuqust 7, 1915. engraved. gold watch, ritud.-de- d I gr-Hth iu-thi- H. V. McOhesnoy, of Frankfort, has Himounced his candi Exhibited Watch Viiued diicy for the Democratic nomina-lin- n GlvenHim at for Governor of Kentucky. By Grateful rii- Mr. McOhesney makes the sixth thcr. to announce for shis office, the other five being J. W Newman, Lexington, March ll.Jt?i of Versailles, H. M. Boouortb. tiniatt-- that five thoUHan'd'Lexlfig-to- n of Fayette, E J McDermoit, tit people heard I.. T. Cooper;, the Lotisville, A. O Stanley, or Ben man wtio created sucn wines preau det8ou and (I. U Cherry, of attentun In the Eas', oneTevelili g Bowling Green. recently. Cooper ix plained 'to the H vat crowd hi theorien on health 31. Oglesby, of Richmond, has and hygeine, accompanied' h, a announced bin withdrawal from unique demonstration of his celethe race fur tlw UepiihlifHii nom- brated preparation. tVnUciwhlch ination nr Senator from this he personally introducing in inthe district, owing to lih having ac- larger Aiueican cities. cepted a position in Jackson In connection with hi; visit to county that will take all hit Kentucky, Cooper Kaid'r'M shall time. remain in Kentucky for, only a hhort time. However, I shall .rive The split Ins drau has contri-I'Utepeople nf thiH nectiou "otfthe more inward the economic tht he wune benefits', of my maintenance of public highways country! study and tn v medicine that fahave ihau any implement of moiiern given tne niultitudesf New Uitgt. It dues no require spec where 1 luve been buav during the lal ants .if the LfiMnlature, bond past ,v:ar helping the hu'rfdredf W isxui'ii nor expensive eitiiratiomil thousaiKM of buffering liUraans in iinkn it available that cauipaigus t city. as ufuully piecedex cmist ruction Five Thousand Hear Cooper. $3,300 Plows Plows a v Spring time is Plow Tiitie 9 3 I. J . nd now is the time for you to be bpkiiig- after yourj)lQws and repairs. We have the most complete 'stock ind cdn please vou in any stvlq o. plow. -- d Oliver Chilled, s - 1 - Be sur to coine to us f j'r your pio w al needs this SpruK. We are in the best position to serve you and can serve you to your best i iterest. It is to your ad- - vantage to oome to us. . rtlr-it- (l "til " V . '" i fr-i- entire-evMten- i, Grubbs & Benton Cor. Main and Broadway, - T mi-u- ne huiui-domel- y ference year, that their "latch Winchester, - - Ky. 'ii!f I healthy by using Dr. King'js Now Life Pills. Fine for the Stomach, too. Stop the Dizziness, Constipaor bud done no b ully tion, Biliousness and Indigestion. thaf.ft jjad' al)' to be drtne oyer, Clear the blood. Only 25c. at Lexingtonifyerald.. '" your Druggist. b While the jut cloned has done mnHi, left much and done cnrnu'dernhle of what It did absolutely wrong, still it mtiot be remembered that, as Democratic patriots 3wnrn tn do the.r duty to tho people, its member 8 had a great deal to undo tliat'the Republicans had in-done- We are authorized tn announc strings were haugiug on the outB F 7TATTON side." The pastor and bis famas a candidate for the Republican ily desire to thank these, people nomination for Representative as well as u number of those of from th?i riicfrict, Rubject to the netinri r Mi T?ipnhlican primary Clay City and llardwick's creek, for their generosity and assures Auimst 7, "115. them thai he appreciates all these tokens of their kiuuiiess. Cnnerpg , with forty-seve- n perfeutly ciit diamonds, which is valued at 500. that was given to him as a token of appreciation by a prominent jeweler, whoseson, was relieved by TanUc. i'Jie celebrated .ranlac is in Stanton by Uardwick sold.ex-ulunivel- y &Co. kdvertiseHienti A Sluggist Sdver Needs Attention Let your Liver get torpid and you are in for a spell of misery. Rheumatism Yields Quickly to Everybody gets an attack now Sloan's and then. Thousands of .people keep their Livers active and You can't prevent an attack . y STANTON r.ftT.T.RfiE Vjt V VXJU JJ J 1 STANTON, KY i' Students - Admitted - at - any - Time, i Tho report1' t hut. Stanley' was tn witheraw(from tKp race for Gov. ernor is antithqr. flctlgu,. V,ie.u Stanley starts after anything lie stays with the game, and hie sup. porter may bo assured that bo will be in tho raco to the end. Furthermore, present cooditlona warrant the belief thut ho will swvmiM S3wvr U8HU3HB idUIOJd 3AJ339J M iuoofj 7 tl(M )jo sjopjo 9qe uesesj'tofijeip pue pwjueJBnfl Jom poag 'fiujssajj pue lu) o) ApMJ we -- ubs3 jasX op '9NI8S3Ud ONV 9NINV31S of Rheumatism from coming on, but you can stop it almost immediately. Sloan's Linimeutgently applied to tho 89r.fi joint or muscle penetrates in a few minutes to the inllamed spot that causes the pain. It soothes the hot,' tender, fiwoolcn fcailng, and in a very short time brings a relief, that in almost unbelievable until yen experience it. Get a bottle of Sloans Liniment for 25c. of any trug. gist and have it in the house agaiiiHt Colds, Sore and Swelen like Joints; Lumbago, Sciatica ailments. Your money Jjek if not satisfied, but it doesgive almost instant relief. One of the Best Schools in Kentucky. Courses In Agriculture and Domestic Science. ' vJ Review Classes in the Common Branches w3l be Conducted throughout ' '' V- . (the Term. " . By paying part of hir Expcnsei'' 'in Wo"ik, Students may get 50 pet' Week. Kates at the Dcrniitory as low' as " -: '.,, v . For Information Write to Rev. J. C. Hanleyi ' President, Stanton, Ky. $ ''. 'f, V, i Ko Uc.2 to Try and Wear Out Your Cold It WM Wear You Out initls keep on MilTering 'titipha mr1 Colds tlirotiRli ncgloct make, yourself ;'inl delay..--Whnil o.ii.v jury to herious ailments !ind epidemics as tlio result of n y 'hou Instead. Candidate For Nomination as Auditor of Public Accounts Is Well Known Farmer and Live Stock Man. Coughs and cold? f olds .sifji your strength and vitality iinlis? cheeked in the enrjy i'Ktp?. Dr. King's New , Discovery is what you need the first f'ose helps. Vour head clears up, uii bienthc ficely and 'you feel si much better. Huy n bottle n and start taking at once to-l- $100 REWARD, $100 The renders o this paper will be pleased to learn that there is nt least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages, and thit is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh ' lire is the only positive euro now known to the ? medical fraternity. Catarrh a constitutional disease, requires a constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cute is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system, thereby destroying the foundation of the disease, and giv- t'g the patient strength by build-- , in'' up the constitution and nssist- ing nature in doing its work. The 'proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers that they oner One Hundred Dollars f6T"nny case tiint it fails to cure, end for list of testimonials. Address V. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio. Sold by all Druggists, 75c. Take Unll's Family Pills for constipation. lie-iiuj , . Cleanness and Economy Two rca3or.s for having your family enjoy TEE YOUTH'S COMPANION trading twice Twice 08 much 03 mucli variety in hs 4 Is.ucs by r.ny a month os h piven American monthly magazine. The Companion fills the need for several publications gives the best end sat 33 money. Every Lina of Its 52 Issues a Year is Clean 10 GREAT SERIALS IN 1915 2S0 Short Stories, Special Pages $2.00 for fftytwo SEND TO-DAlimes for 1913. Companion Horn- - Cl-rnd- ii (or 1915 included if you Ktid at once. Harrv Where to Eat in Winchester and They will tell you. JONES .RESTAURANT Cor Main- & Washington. THE WINCHESTER BANK, of Winchester, Ky. i cl Stock Surplus and Undivided Prolix Cc-p- If you need eye Classes call residence on Mclroy, Optician, Box 200 Clay City, or Meehaniesvillc. "'i THE YOUTH'S COMPANION. BoU. Miu. 77rce Cumnl hsuct S:r,t "r.e. m Dnvfmnifi miuua & "MOnrTHftN WET" SUBSCHIPTIONS RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE or Topers Office. for Sale at The $100,000 $200,000 N. Holly "Witherspcon, President. Cashier. "V. R. Sphar Q BIO DISCOUNT SALE H. H. C0LYER, RICHMOND, KY. ! i VOUR ACCOUNT SOLICITED. JMIWELL & JACKSON , Wrltrrs tl all Kinds of Fire, Life. Tirna'do. Lightning and Hall Insurance' We are also agents fqngfthe ' lirnkis, S'.rcty Company and arc prc-ijan a qennral Banding husl- rf P0VELL Sam VV & JACKSON LInvllle Powell Jackson Kentucky ryce Winchester. in Cnirt House TRACY UTOffiLY Real Estate and Insurance. We liny mid Sell Farm and City Property of all kinds. Wo have somt nice farms in Clink nnd ndjoininj; counties for sale or rent. Write us what you want. We write all kinds of Insurance. TRACY AND ST0KELY. Office, Main AM A CANDIDA TU for the responsible offlce of Auditor of Public Ac- I counts vt the State ot Kentucky. Rerognlztni? the important consld- an official that will measure up to the ability crntlon idven In and fjtness for this high offlce, t submit the testimonials of those Informed ofTny pftvatc'llfc. To be Auditor of the great Commonwealth of Kentucky e and worth fightlm; for. I Is not' a new umbltlon It? ror'brs ire nin not entering this contest urrin the advice of a few local friends. A careful scitiliny by my friends from every section of the state of all tho .umial polltlc.il conditions have dnteriiilned that my representation In thU primary is not llktty to be a final second. I am a farmer and live stock dealer I am Interested In systemlzlng of agricultural Interests for greater rcKults and '.ess hardships. My political rKpiratlnn,8 have beenfowispt on this office for quite a while. Uelle1nfj new tlTrt the NeetIoiie'XlilflGJfcb of th? ""Democratic voters of Kentuclty In the past has put them "wlso" to the dangers and syvtero of swapping slate offices, Inspires me with the belief that the time Is ripe and the voters are ready to give to Kentucky's administration what they want In tho form of a square deal. I believe in fighting for Jufitlco and meriting the honors given I believe that officials should the emoluments of his office be required to do as the tolling fanner-ea- rn by tho sweat of his brow. I lieliee that when every official of Kentucky has labored nard lor an economical administration that tho taxpayers will be greatly relieved. I am not for ci eating more offices, but for dispensing with every one that Is ruperfluous. I began voting temnerance, and will rortlrve to do so os long: os Phave the sovereign right I am for tho election of every Democrat that 4s worthy enough to win his. nomination, and for the defeat of eveiy Republican, whether he won or stole his nomination, as In either case he would bo wrong and never right. If I am electel which I believe from tho public expression I will be 1 promlso n.iw that the Commonwealth of Kentucky will never have a cause for siisn'rloii of Irmwlar management In my office: and that every typo of fitness for' tho duties assigned. I tmplnyo will bn or the expect to conduct my campal.cn on purely honorable Democratic principles I am ns nireV opposed to vlnlntlnc oer election' laws as I am of every other law ereplei' by n righteous tribunal. I hopo to have the pleasuro of incet'nir w'tb every Democrat In Kentucky between now nnd tho 7th day of next Antrum. When the final results will have beon declared I will rhe-'tho memory of mj supporters and will fight for Democratic such-wl- t hl-h- est ol' Every Suitand Overcoat in our splendid stock isb ng offered at a discount of 25 per cent from regular prices. OUR GOODS HAVE THE QUALITY Bloomfield Specials are in a Class by Themseives Lee Bloomfield & Co., North Main St. Winchester, Ky. FILSON MILLING Manufaclurers CO., and Dealers in t V t I I I I Meal, Chop, Crushed and Shelled Corn Street, Winchester, Ky. Chas. A. Carrithers, Jeweler and Optician, draduite ol Elgin In Watch and Clock REPAIRING. Prompt Attention (liven to flail Business. WINCHESTER. KENTUCKY premacy. Testimonial From Madison County Democratic Committee. unty, and through many "In hotir of thf- - T'ptTincrats of Madison rvnTTHts from other sections of the state, I take ctl'er ri- '!'- -" II. Colver to tho Democrats of Kenti'fVv as a p!ensuie of PbHc A counts, .Tin" cririrtMp- nrfi wnrthv for llio hkh ofPco of ml ag- hp 'i now pppkln-r- . Ho Is now and has alwnvs becii'tnval w surres.i of Demneratlc supremafcv, p)s moral' nnd Integ-tltffr r'o nhovr reproach. If nominated, we predict that he will lead our Respectfully. Democratic picket In November,v. a. "Chairman Democratic County Co"m'tp." of Richmond. Ky., Tho "Kentucky Reslser" and pay, Tcardlne Mr Colyert a man of Mr. Colyer's, worth for nny offtco to "It Is a that be pinv.sen'-- . V'j '"ve known blm long and Intimately, nnd can testify to the rlenIe rep"v nf hln Demoornry. ard to the vatue of his Vcrpo,'v doei H elve us plpas'TP to sav nmethlng n x r v J. L. Frazier, Prop'r, ostoffiice, Bowen, Ky. Shipping . 1 omi, . M-oi- . IS rvy t LNonn, 'Cllmax-Madlsonlnn,- pn-rrs- e This Bank Invites New Accounts On ser-vipp- s ttv pfn-psri thp '"orI " -- ..,..' -- f" t ' ' '.'(. --''' . - " ' Hond 'nd Mho ; ! J. H. LACY & CO., I vp yotir classes so you won't 1m any moro eye trouble. .Tiint dro$ mo a card, Box 206, or call at mv house. mm- the basis cf efficient t service an dabs olute security interest Paid on Time Deposits i ' ' Real Estate A Bptter See Melroy. TTn enn fit rmpntnl ' JllOUSGS FOR SALE AND HUM; iCITY PROPERTY . trees, As- - 3 per cent 'huhnrb, i. H SPECIALTY; DUg., Phone Roses, etc. ' il ft .' j. Room 200 McEldowney 941 WINCHESTER. KENTUCKY, t Advertising in The Times will pay you. If you don't believe it, let us convince you by a trial. . uniARD. tllKN rATAIXJOR SONS, Clay City National Clay City, Bank Kentuoky. R& '.. J.. i SPOUT1 SPRINQ Walters' farm near Cly Mr. J. J. Tipton, . oflrvinu, is Moses visiting her daughter,-3Mre' McKinney. Bayurd O. Rogcrehaving completed his contrKCt of building n houce fot Mrs Uelle Burgher, has returned to his homo'at.' Indianapolis, Inrt. J. D. Hall has moved to June City. PROF. V, 0. GILBERT WOULD HEAD SCHOOL SYSTEM Democratic-No- m n Announces His Candidacy for nation for SUPERINTENDENT GF FUBLIC p INSTRUCTION i The Allen 34 When you pay $895 for an Allen ?4 you gec $895 worth of car. You don't pay a cent for unnecessary overhead ex r Price, $895 I Ctucly The Allen Allen Wells Bros, hftyc amoved their Haw mill from this place to Indinn Fields where they have a boundiiry of timb- r to saw for 'Squire John V. Swnpe Win-chectt-- His Life Has Been Devote:1 to the Work an- tacts J4 , these hi an en-ti- ise. i Wc huild integrity into ever Allen is Our otjsniz;.. amnmooile Wo re in strong and the airomobilc business to s Our putk- - ; to make every Allen our part in uphold' cat do reputauo fjr giving the u "atest poMle value fir the pn'ce we ve tieen uniting until you If you could h a f irony, swift, safe, "handior. car wtftout rayinR a dollar more than its actual worth, the Men 34. '- - Aiinnftourinir r not S8S, is th complete answer to your requirements. -- a honepower . ston Mott mohair top "lioUtery, . iiTir tsionand gt-- : d lit, 12 ., 110 1. di Umountuhle aluminum cranlc . .ih Mi'"I-Hrs- l ! ;mimtrar-,ful- l equip-'tea- m ft. ttghti t tarter. injures uliun 'jt . ' n,.u , i. Wil -- M -- .if t f th enr Is Itch will the live other r rnadMeri i Hric ttom Ft, i Cincinnati. Ohio Factory tcprcmntntive tot Southern Ohio adjacent West Virginia Territory, Southern Indiana and entirc'Slate of Kentucky., - f or agency proposition Kenton Motors leoJUidtertwire- eperat- i, rqutfmettt, tervtttai Ib ityte, finish, fcivir, tttnomj tjufltittti and prxit, Mien tart take t.r tea J 2 - if O-- . ' ,' r. nounced himself a candidate tor tjp A. E Sams is rnovlng to bought a nice Leraocratlc nomination for state M. Sams of public Instruction in farm four mile Troui-- : Wiiichster the August primary election Born and reared on a farm, experilast full which he will operate. We regret the Ins of sucte.valnjihle cit enced in the bard school of poverty, be early chose teaching; for a profesizena as Mr. Sams arid family. sion and for over thirty years baa Ina l tntuily and continuously worked in Air Buddie (Jrnw iind-Mpublic school 6ystem. Teaching Cl-i.nuilrer of Thomas Clem, ""noolB. serlns as county f tne superintendent, city superintendent, were married at the..-h'""- e six uride neMf here Mwreli 3. Squiic being for more than the years a memKenber of tho faculty of The 'Squire tucky- State Normal, andWestern been M Kn.i.ev .llli!iaied. having seem 10 have buildup a.splendid assistant state superintendent for rcarly anda practice in ting nuptlalknots in given three yearstraining naif, has tor the of, him special thi fiid of the county. flee ho seeks. During all these years Frofessor Junies Cooper, of. Calloway's Gilbert haa made a thorough study had of the conditions and necdB of the Cre . ms here I'h ireday. He His anbeen to Clay City for some dressed public schools Of Kentuckyi t iciency. Iiouko on his nouncement follows: lumber to linisb a "To the. People of Kentucky: with the "Second To "Sick" '"I am a candidate for place for his father of xaurity, superintendents of the stater, Kill Mcintosh, who will move from 'superintendent of public Instruction, and to aid them in every possible way Powell county there soon as the n iI in-laihc-.ptnc- assistant state superintendent, has Professor V. O. Gilbert of Franklin, career tit the ago of sixteen In a country school, I have served as best 1 could as teacher In the rural schools, as county superintendent of schools,-acity superintendent of schools, as Instructor In one of our state normal rchools and as assistant for over three years to the state superintendent of public Instruction during the present administration, 'During this long career as a school man, I have never wavered In to the schools of my native State. It has been and will continue to be my life's work. "I am familiar with all the duties of tho office to which I aspire, and I am familiar with the entire field from actual experience. "If 'I. am nominated and elected, 1 pledge myself unreservedly to the following policies: "First To administer the office of state superintendent as economically as It can be "done, consistent with eff- s house is completed, i iMr,' III F. Chrrstopher?Lanr Veriua'h'hrjOjo rnk7Tie M tiet-da- Vteo to" Appointees. Two splendid dormitories, new kk: l ec'i k 1, nevr manual training building, practice dim , department of agriculture, a well equipped yim .i'Imiii. Domestic Science. First Term begins N.'pti'!ulor 7. Second Term November 10, Thinl .Terra January Z Fourth Trm April 8, Summer School opens Juno 11, Catalogue Free. j. o. CRAIIDB, President. SCHOOL FOR. to Elementary, Intermediate and Life in nil Public nutiik L;ci..il C. Validaudlteview Schools of Ken- Conrscs Courses. Tuition ui'... U it. :a "our.. 1 1. '" teachers Townsend, dnuuhter. rf Sidney Trwnsend were married at the home of the nride's parents. WeMatch 3. Kider Easter in his tinual impressive nmn ner. A 'lumber of J'riend. were Ye scribe extends beet t wishes fo the happy young coup . otliiti-ated pr.i-en- : " : -- Hagan & Walters, WINCHESTER, KY. We are Prepar'-- ' to Jo Kveicti BHrnett had a cale of hi" personal property last Thursdti and will go to Indianapolis i this summer. .Mr. liariietUajNil work for his brother-ii- i law, Hay ant 0. Rogers, who does general contractint; work and huildingMr Harnett and family will retufuIth'U fall and winter here. A. JiCurtis will cure lor Mr. BariieJ.t,,plHce una bummer. . 11AILKOAD TJMK TABLE AH 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. Lexington & Eastern UallnayCom pany. Westbound No. 4; Dally, : Smoke Stacks made to Order. ALL WORK GUARANTEED : East bound. No. 1. Daily. Give Us a Trial and See How Quick We Do The Work. PROF. V. 0 GILBERT. la the great work of building up an efficient system of schools. My policy shall always be to help, not to hinder "Third To make the department of education serve the classified - cities In every possible way To this end I shall seek for ways to serve the city boards of education and city superintendents. "Fourth To n every helpful way with the boards of which tho stato superintendent may bo a member. "Fifth To the organization of courses of study, so as to adjust the educational machinery and work of the schools to the practical living needs of the community at large, and tc bold constantly before the children examples of temperance, culture and good citizenship. ''Sixth To especially with the Illiteracy commission. The state superintendent Is made by law a member of this commission, and I shall most heartily with the commission la Its great work of eliminating adult Illiteracy and Illiteracy In general. "My whole heart, my very life. Is in the work; I have had (he opportunity for all this training; I have done my best wherever I have worked r and I shall redeem to the letter in good faith every promise made or Implied In this announcement. Uixm .this p'utform T am earnestly seekta; tho suffrogo of tho voters. "Yours for service. "V, O, GILBWRT." 7:05A.M. 7:55 A.M. j 8:15A.M. Lcxingtou Winchester lu & E. June. Clay City Camp. Junct. Maloney 2:60 P.M. P.M. LV.30 P.M. 1.:OOP,M. 145 8.45 A.M. WIRE FENCE. CLOVER and TIHOTHY SEED. COTTONSEED MEAL BRAN t'U i 9:27 A.M. 10:18A.M. 11:20 A.M.I 12:02 P.M. 12:22 P.M jll:19A.K 10:20 A.M. 1;44I'.M. 3:35P.M. 4il8P.M. No. 3. Dally. 1;45 1'.M-- I 2:37 P.M.j 2:B5P.M. 3:28 P.M.j 4:12 P.M.j 6:00 P.M.j G:00P.M.j 6:13P,M.1 No. 5. Dally. Jackson Haddlx Hazard Whltesburg Mclloberts . AM. 8:0qA.M. 8 6:20 A.M. 5:40 A.M. No. 2, OATS Dally, Lexington " Owensboro Wagons .'RICES ARB .WAYS 1(1' i ;C0 A.M. Bedford "WE USE" & Tuttle, TVulirT Winchester L. & E. June. Clay City Cainn. June. -- 8:00 A.M. S37 A,M, ' Muloney JackBon Qulckt-au- 7 tOC AM 0S19 AJ4 tS:35 AM. -- ,4:4G,A.M. ..4:31 AJd. No. 0. Dally. DANIEL BOONE AXLE GREASE i;30 A..M :47 A.M. 8;4S A.M, 10t43A.M. ltt.VJA.M, C And don't have to greate but once a week. Jackson Haddlx '. Haiard Whltesburg j J i:45Pi. 5:45 A-P.M. P.M ,j.32 ! '1(27 Pill McHobertsl2:45 W. A. HUSSKLU T. M., .Lwiinvlllo f.'ae ii Kentucky fcy CNAS. C. STOLL BIL CO. Lixton, Ky. AtUt'Ht pay you. ffUnea will It you lCl believe it. trial. subject to tho action of the Democratic primary, August, 1915. "This office Is one of the greatest Importance to, the slate, and every man who offers himself as a candidate for It should be able to give satisfactory evidence of fitness for (be high position. 'Tbe best evidences of fitness for any school position are devotion to tho causo of education and professional training. No man Is worthy of (he great office of state superintendent whose life has not shown a of purpose In the work of education; and no man can be capable i:nless ho has bad a rich experience in the kinds of duties that prepare, one for the state superlntendency. These duties are of three kinds? Actual teaching in the public schools, suporvlslon'of public scaools. and administration of public schools. "By these atnixJnrds 1 am willing to-bJudged, rccosnlilng that It Is the right and tho duty of the people-tselect the candidate best quail fled by nature and training for the position. "n the first place, I want the position and want It lutepsely, becauso It is a high honor, becauio It Is a promotion, because It offers a field for faithful service, because I feel that I am competent to perform the duties of the office, and because I will do my very best to merit the confidence reposed In mo, years I "For more than twenty-twhave (riven my life to school work In this my native state. HeKlnulmt iny s e o fy4 - f - .1 I1- - RQXACOLA BOTTLING WORKS -- Manufacturers of- - ROXA COLA AND BE A TTYV1LLE, OTHER SOFT DRINKS KY. I' Voni.t NOTICE! To the Tobacco Growers of Powell Co. ?nd those Interested in f!ie Distribution of Farm ALADDIN MANTLE Lamp " LAM Sr.n.utn I.f cAMnp.soKMT tetter than Jilcctrlc, ' I'ftlctt the light, crrllnlf the Oil, lew- or tub MnH MoH Mot Mint Most Burns Krrjscnc, (OoalOIl) Uses Li;? tlinii . Old Stylo I. imp Economical, l.'uliable, Urighcst Light, Whitest Light', Durable, S;ife. Simple, No Koio Most Satisfactory. l'rnrttcal, No odor, Efficient, Elegant Clean, Patented, Guaranteed ' ' Products: .V Si Z. P. McINTOSH, Distributor. Clay City, Ky. rwwwvwiir You Need a Tonic There arc times In every woman's life when she ncedg; a tonic to heip her over the hard places. When that time comes to you, you know what tonic to take Cardui, the woman's tonic. Cardui is composed of purely vegetable ingredients, which act gently, yet surely, on the weakened womanly organs, and helps build them back to strength and health. It has benefited thousands and thousands of weak, ailing women in its past half century of wonderful success, and it will do the same for you. You can't make a mistake in taking r". mass meeting of the Farmers of this County is hereby called, to be held at the tourt House in Stanton at 2 o'clock p. Kentucky, on Saturday, March 13, 1915, m. for the purpose oi discussing the tobacco situation, and other farm problems. This will be an interesting meeting, and all farex- - .&.V"V. - v. W J ' mers in the County are requested to attend and change ideas with us. Respectfully, The Woman's Tonic - 1RDUI t. w 7. J.;3S Amelia Wilson, R. F. D. No. 4,'AIma, Ark., . says: "I think Cardui is the greatest medicine on earth, "fir. wornert Before I began to take Cardui, I was so weak and nervous, and had such awful dizzy O0II3 arid a poor appetite.-- " Now I feel as well and m"i c'rong as'I ever did, and can eat most anything." ue.n taking Lardui today, bold by all dealers. KENTUCKY TOBACCO GROWERS ASSN.. S. G. BAKER, Delegate from Powell County. m r. r. Has Helped Thousands. m III: - manna .1, , GENET II Unwell Fork,-. LOG LICK. (Crowded out last week.) STRAWBERRY PLANTS Fruit and Shade Trees, and our offering of the remark' able Mamouth Pearl Seed Potato. Send for our free catalogue. H. F. Hillenmeyer Lexington, No Agents & Sons. Ky. TAX NOTICE! Ai Tax Collector for the town of Clay City, I will on Saturday, March 20, 1016. at the Jail door in Clay City. Ky., aelljto the highest bidder (or cash the following property, or as much of it as may bo necessary to satisfy the amount due for taxes, penalty, interest and costs, levied' on a follows : Total Mollie Bowles U.83 Ella Niblack Geo, E.TomlinBon.. . 16.82 Harvey Carr - WILLIAM EATON, JR. Collector, 3.-'- 2 6.-2- Your, Child's dough is a Call for Help. antiseptic balsams. Will quicMy eheck the Cold and soothe your Child's Cough away. No odds how :bad the Cough or how long standing, Dr. King's New DJscov. ery will stop it. It's guaranteed Jvwtfget a bottle from your Drug. .gHrt jjma iry u. "5 Don't put off treating .your Child's Cough. It not only saps their strength, but often leads to Why ailments. more- - serious risk! You don't have to. pr. King's New Discovery is juBt the reraady your Child needs It is made with soothing, hc'alng and Kcv. G. W. IVal, f Nicholas-ville- , col.l. filled his regular appoint(Too late for last week.) . Thos, Howell, of Bean, Ky., ment here Sunday. There was a Misses Lotin Snuwden, Ophelia wvs hero Sunday. Kincaid .mil Si "it- - McGuire were In rirt crowd out to hMr him. 1 H. Welch bought of James the iiues'8 of Ms Tyree Tuesday Kuford' Knox and H.S. Martin Welch a oiv for $05. Lawrence Guy and sisters Mary at her ohnriuing utile bungalow wont, to the South Fork lust Wed Buford and Grace, ' Winchester near He.ttty ville .1 unction. Robert Ewen bought 20 bbls. nesday 'on legal business. spent from Friday to Monday of corn from Juke Neal at. $3.75. .Mrs. Ullie S vieu and little Crit Knox, 'of Grittus KkIixo, with Misses Laura and Caroline daughter, Lviliu Aim. of Beatty. M;- Coulee was hero last'Tuesday in the in- Mutherly. bought of E. P. J. ville, visited tviatives here last Morelunil three calves at flo terest of u pension claim. Wo extend congratulation u weeK. ea.jh. Indications .point to a large Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Matherly, The Literary Club held their acreage of all- kimls of crops this w ho were married hi Lexington Mr. and Mro. Lowe have movregular wecku meeting Thurs-du- . hist week. ed frojn the Sisr Crowe property year iu this end ot the county,iui a spi i .,i program was The groundhog passed through to W v. Knox' hum , knovi. as S. B. Kerr and family enter-taine- given. Oreekside Drive. They etertain hero the other day and when we a crowd Saturday night ed a number of t'riendR Friday wont to the door to get a glimpse and Sunday for dinner iu honor Whooping Cough. of him ho waived his paw and of Mr. one Mrs. W, A. Matherly. night t'ith a inunieale party. Well everyone knows the efBtVinster." said A very pleasant time was spent Miss Khettii Meuuiimfielil fect of Pine Forests on Coughs. by all. Friday nitrlit with a Dr. Bell's is a VPHIEN. miscelaneous showur and 500 remedy which bring qsuick relief , (Crowded, gut. last week.) party in honor of her cousin, Miss ST. HELENS. for Whooping Cough, loosens tho ' Sheffield. Crowded out last week. mucous, soothes the lining of the We are sorrjto say that Bob throat and lungs, and makes the Ware is confined to the house The political pot keeps boiling Mrs. Adams, of Lexington, vis- coughing spells less severe. A with a severecasf'nf'Brippe, but ami from present indications it we hope to aeeTjiim out again iu ited her daughter, Mrs. G. D. family with growing children lookPHA though A. M. Lowe, our should not be without it. Keep it Ileroiiynnis, last week. u a few oavs- handy for all Coughs and Colds. pnitmaMer-untie dealer, would Mr. and Mrs. Tyler were down 25c. at your Druggist. Mrii. O. O. .Curtis visited with i:et the nomination. A better from the farm Sunday, as guests ported or qualified man could not frjenn in Clarjty Wednesday- of Mrs. Bannahan. Mr. Tyler Notice! be found for a seat n Kentucky's H Smttsoiicelebrated his was the Superintendent of our next Legislature. rthda.v"pM'!Feb. 24 with a 8tli Powell County Court., Sunday School some years ago, March term, 1st day of March, 1011. fine oner. AHUmber of friends and we were glad to have him Albert Martin delivered bis wjrThis day appeared in Court, A. H. reeentaiidr lemembered with us again. Norton, County Attorney for 1'owell prop of tnlwccrt at the Burley him b sonie. nice presents. All Mrs. B. W, Kincaid has return- County, and made motion to require house in Mt. Sterling and waR of- left pingthat r. Smitson each and every person or persons holded from Lexington. fered 6.25, which he rejected, as won eiijoynj'any more such ing unpaid Claims against lv ell Counhis crop was a choice and worth hui .CH8i0H87 We were glad to see .Mr. J. S. ty be required to present same to K. 16.00. II. Fuller, Treasurer of Powell Count', 1' Mnre)iMdtnd wife and Pemberton, our good tie inspec- for payment, on or before the first day Henry T, Ewen will leave- Ap- ch'ilv of j?:?Bendt visited tor, at home Saturday and Sun- of April term of the Powell County 1 for San Francisco, Before ril irtis Sunday. day. Mr. Pemberton's work Court, which will be held April 6th, 'tufa.A keeps him away a great deal of 1016. returning he will' visit the Pari e Oar.UOiisl Clint Combs The Court being sufficiently advised the time. atna exposition .and other point's fe guestf,Pre8ton Oombs aiyl sustained said motion. of interest. B. W. Kincaid is on the sick It is ordered by the Court that the above motion be published in the Clay Thomas Larisou has rented the H ry SmftWiaiivdeclares that list. City Times for one mouth, fatn of Tug Fryar and will move SPlbC18 killed a A copy attest ; The Embroidery Club did not ; mere soon. I.'S. Boone, t euake.lSJweek. feurmeet, this week, owing to the ill ROSSLYN. his moved to th no.s oi one m the members, Miss Nance Hieronymus, who is confined to lier room with a severe South - 1 d 1 by-b- Pirve-Tar-IIon- d 5 lt - ' asd-famil- v - herlog me. ... 1 i PARAGi Mrs. Mandy Payne has moved bacK here from Uiddletown, O Mr. and Mrs. W. TV Burch, of Clark inuntr, vicited relatives Inst Tuesday. The Ladies Aul of the Christ i chinch meets with Mr. Bloom thii week. D. H. Matherly filled his regular appointment at Speedwell Madison county,' last week, A. M. Lowe, of Roselyn, w e Price Toler and MissOllie Mun-cihere Saturday shipping some were married Thursday at tiea. the home of the bride's parents, Mrs. Oarne Groves' of Fal- Mr and Mrs Ike Mil trie, on mouth, is visiting Mrs. Jennie Black Creek, the ceremony KuBsell. performed by Me v. Rev. L. F. Mann filled his reg. alar appointment at Elkutuwa NOTICE! lust Sunday. The firm o aMrnn & JohnMiss fiernice Barnett is visitson In 8 been dioved ,uid all ing her grandmother, Mrs. Ann persons indented to said fit tit are . Barnett, in Clark county. requested to call at the store an! Grover Barnett, of near Ml. settle all account- - with Mr. Sterling, visited his brother, W. who u.lt continue the F. Barnett, near the city, luet HENRY WALL) RON V t ertvii.e, Kv week. Mrs? Keseua Meadows and her daughter, Mrs. Walter Sniethers, WHEN YOU WANT are visiting friends in Lexington- A SHAVE OR HAIR OUT Mrs. Nellie Anderson and Mitts OR ANY Grace Phillips visited Mrs. Alt TONSORIAL WORK 1'uttou, of Winchester, a few CALL ON du)H lust week. H. H. PHERIGO. Miss Ethlyn Hoikius has rePRICE LIST OP WORK turned home utter an extended ffair Cut' 25c visit with relatives in Lexiug-tun- . Shave .., 10c lo-ie Edgar Pntton was fined $25.00 and costs in Squire Sewell's court for creating a diBturbanco J. E. TCnox diedlast Friday in a placo of public worship. The Burial too plncoSaturday at the offence look place a couple of homo bnrying ground. weeks ago. A number pf people here are The Bath County World, of laid up with la grippe; Sharpsburg, has resumed publiAunt Priscilla Bowen is about cation under the management of recovered and is able to bo nut R. W. Bentty, who is getting again. ' out a very creditable little sheet. Moses Martin fna'do his usua S. V. Larison has rented a trip to Torrent Sunday, part of the room aped by II. II. Wm. Morton ds'So'n sold D. R Pherigo as a barber shop, and is Daniel 15 head of htfgj for deliv prepared to do watch and clock erv March 10. t repairing, Grover West called on Miss Go to A. Rwker's for fresh Stella Allen Saturday night. fish every week. e LOO LICK. Mrs. Arthur Brookshiro, of Win- chester, is visiting her parents hero. Several from this placo attended singing at West Bend Sunday. - Asa Kerr Hubert gpiy at- tended church at Whitehall day. Sun- Lombard; Plenty of mod iP.these parts. MiBs AnnieThaoke'r vinited at r Pilot Sunday. William Whltn has moved to his farm near Clay City, ami his father, Allan White, has moved to his farm at thin place. Ti fly bas rightly been called the J. L. Matherly, of Mnrehead undertaker's traveling palesman, Normal School, vinited his parents an in addition to his regular line of "typhoid bugs" he carries a side here over Sunday. line of lui en ulojds Asiatic Cholera Mrs. Joe Berryman died at her and othi't pe germs. Now ia home near i aris and was brought t time to 'Vwat tho fly." to Log Lick Tuesiiav ror bnrial. She leaves a wife and several children to mourn her loss -di-a- pprtmcnt of Agriculture valuable information in given on tho best UK Hns of combating this deadly pest. The most effective way of exierminatimr the fly, according to t e bulletin, is to eradicato his breeding places The breeding seaearly in Match oof trie fl s' a it continue throughout the spr-lrand summer months. All d'rt s ould be removed from the prem-l- x , stables cleaned and decaying vegetables Hetroved. ni be-in- .: day. Dr. W. U. Martin, who has beei. G. W. Mtillensvini'ed friends confined to hi hone- for several and relatives at Pilot oper Sun days, iasomewh.it natter. - hoir from Mart, Miss Emmie John Combs bousrht a nice tat Fauikner. Wal-dro- luisi-nes- MV.ehb)fJildtpwxu;jCJreen-u- p county, is visiting lils daughter, Mrs. D. U. Matherly, for a few days. Mrs. . LI. Ritchie has returned home from Winchester, where she has been at the bedside of her father, John T. Crews, who is no better at this writing. U Elder Easter Announces Just as we go to press Elder A. Easter annoudces that he will be a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Representative from this district. Mr. Easter's regular announcement v ill ap. pear in next week's issue. Wayne Bowen, of Dundee, and Orove, of nearRons- lyn, were quietly married Friday evening at the honipnf the fath 8. B. Baker, Opjician, will be er of the bride, Mr. Frank Crow Wo wish the yonnglcouple every at the Boonu Hotel, Stanton, all next week. Call aud see him if happiness in life your eyes need attention. H. S. Martin was a visitor here Saturday ruelit bWAf CHEHLY. Mrs. Lida Mullens returned Sundav srnm n weed's visit with Uncle Sara, i wajiun; a releniUs friends and relatives at Pilot. war on the deadly house tlj udV"n Everett Hanks left Monvav for a late bulletin prepared b thrD Greenup county. John Coinhs and B. F- - Martin made a flvjne trip to Mart Faul kner's Sunday. Gub Ballard, of.Pollvf on Whit- lev county, was the miest of Marion Mullens Sunday nichr. Bennio Mullen, cook for the lougini: contractors on 'Grav's Branch, was here .Sunday. . Good Buritcrm Try A. f. JOHNSON In the old 6tar.d, next to the Red River Hotel. 'For the Lamp Oil that Saves Eyes rln In mm important In th noma than cler, iteadjr U(hu InraM this by getting tba oil that barns without a flicker elm and down to the lutdrop. Penruvlranla erude oil rtfined to perfection. CoH no more thn the Inferior Nothing tankwion oIla-tt- Yoer dealer nu 80LTTE OIL in btrreU direct from oar works. WORK MTU tytl. MONKY urea i Chas. C. StoII Oil Co. lxlitaTtsn, Ky. tteflnerr at Warren. T. We tell tfae oelebr&ted "Ho AntoOiL crb" - -- i HOW MUCH DID YOU HELP? Hardwick and Co.'s Semi-Annu- al STOCK REDUCING SALE WINTER GOODS at greatly reduced prices. It will pay you to take advantage of this Sale. Make our lota your gain. We can not here mention all of the many bargains put in this sale, but the following will give you an idea of what we can do for you. $21.50 Men's Suits going at 15.00; $18 Suits at $12; $15 Suirsat$IO; 12.50 suits at 9.00; 10.00 Suits at 7.00; 7.50 ones 4.50. Boys' Clothing at same per cent. cut. Men's $3.50 Sweet-Or- r 6tCo.. Corduroy Pants at 2.25; 3.25 ooes at 2.00. Woman's and Misses' long coats as follows: 8.50 coats at 4.75, 7.50 coats 4.00, 6.00 coats 3.50, 4.00 coats 2.25, 3.00 coats .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 Hats at 1.50, 2.00 Hats at 1.25, 1.25 and $1 Caps at 75c 35.00 Standard Sewing Machines at 21.50 Sweet-Or- r & Co. 5.00 work suits 3.50, 2.50 work coats at 1.50 Woman's 'Queen Quality 4.00 Shoes at 2.75, 3,50 shoes 2.60. Women's 3.00 Sweaters at 2.00. Women's wool and cotton reduction, and don't' forget we have many barSuiting at 25 gains we do not mention here. We handle Picloral Review dress patterns. 1 ready-to-wear Your old friend, the Sean Roe buck Sc Co. of Chicago, a few days ego declared a dividend of onlr fifty pei ct lit The capital stock o the company is $40,01)0.000 aud the company's profit het-bo enormutt that it docided to split $30,000,011(1 in dividends have-recently WE WI M. GIVE AT AN VHS U XTIL KUKTIIUU NOTI 1. To any person who will trim our store window!) during the hoot-tc- r Club campaign, we shall iiivo 3,0011 coupims We hull anniuince in our newspaper advertisement or by ennl in the window the name of the . among its stockholder. Several million remain hb nirp'us in the Aim) i there are those treasury who say they cannot understand how tin company lives as its profits are so small on anything it Mis. The prices quoted intho catalogues of the large mail order houses look small but in reality they are higl when the the goods is consiueru. mo ligures shown a trimmer. 2. One hundred thounand coupons to the couple who will be married in our store and notify us In advance fo that we may mlverjiro it, The coupons to be credited on the lnt day of the Booster Club only. Music furnished Saturday by Mies Dollie Mao Niblack. The ballot box will be closed each Monday after business for n count.' Tho large poster at our store tell of a method of getting thousands of coupons without effort. As soon a 3011 get 000 coupons in tlio Itoostor ballot box you will be given a Booster Pin by the Itoostor Journal. SPECIAL PJRIGES $1G 00 .qistjof Mens' Suits 3 $12.50 bove show very conclusively that a handsome profit has beenr turned to tho Sears Roehuuk Compeny by the customers it has served durine the past year or two. (And the past yeur or two have notibeen very good business years either" HOW ABOUT YOU? $12.50 10.00 $10.00 It II 8 50 6. CO 7.C0 Boys' 5.00 ,.. 4.00 SHOE SALE CONTINUED. Best Flour, 25 lb sack 1.00 14c .. . . Best Lard, per pound Bacon , HARDWICK & - COMPANY, KENTUCKY. Once there was a boy-wwent to a circus and watchingihis chanco managed to crawl under ithe tent After the show was over he went about saying it was no'sood. Kv pry time we hear anyone say their nome paper is no account nine time out of.teh we find that'tbuy are not on the lint of paylnir vubscribers or else owe for several yesra.subecrip ho .. . 14c 18q Best Coffee For Honey Saving Prices on alt Grocer " Jes see us sBetore Buying. , I STANTON, itnn Ami lltAn .... .1.1 1. .. 1 Mrs I. W. Williams '1 EjBQOSTEU STORE) 1 j! wno cruwieo iiuatr UieTeucu3 tent -r- Lsmiiastcr Nevoid, &d