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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): March 18, 1915 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1915 cla1915031801_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 18, 1915 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1915 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. V 5 1 W'M. 1 CITY TIMES. M. P. O'MARA, Owmr and FuMsfiw We are Here to H,' (ro '.the Surrounding Country and Ourselves. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. VOL. XX. THURSDAY MARCH J8. J9I5. NO. STANTON. J I Letter From Old citizen. Strong For Benton, tor l.Cpunty . . Y Jiiurtji (By P. O. Derthick.) Tho Winchester Sun has the Too following lottor was rc In this issue will be found the following item from their corres ceivcd last week from M. F. Al Mr. Albert an item appeared announcement of len, of Brownville, Nebraska, pondont at Stanton: therl to the effect that Eiister for tho Democratic nom & The bankrupt auction of the Phillips Stone stock was held Monday but ah "That Powell county is going who is well known to soiuo of onr abree wns consider- - ination for Representative. Mr. $1,400 was tho highest bid it was not to be solid for Judge J. M. Ben older readers: foil of running for Easter is well known throughout accepted by the referee. Mr. Ewing. Ion. of Winchester, in his camEditorOlay City Times, d of Powell ut. the the county, having been a candi The sale will bo and paign for Circnir Juagb, is now 6f county officials. date for this ofllco before, at held later. Dear Sir; Irtje a largo number which time he mado a creditable Having been asked by a certainty. A thorough canvass Misg Kathleen Morton Is now enndj Mr?," some of your readers to wnto to has been completed by the Sun's clerk in Woolworth's at Lexington and ree,s' friends have showing. Mr. Eattcr is at present a mem- is doing fine Slieagfcs her friends to Tho Times, 1 will try. and do so representative and unless a de to know if he had 1 left Kentucky Oct. 1, 1877, at cided chansre comes the county ne now gives us ber of the Board of Edncation call and see her when down there. the age of 21, and I have never will go bettor than two. to one irliori Stato that he will for Powell county and has served Mrs, Lyle was in L'exincton Satur hb Democratic nom- - to the best intrests of the people. day where she was Joined by her dauregretted in the least that I came for Judge Benton." ...Qrabtrce is perhaps If elected as Representative he ghter Mary, of Irvine. Misses Paislev to this country. This is the gar ST. HELENS. st popular Demo- - promises to do his utmost for the and McDill were also shopping in Lex ueh spot or the world. 1 nm ington that day. only about 40 miles from Craig, county, and will good of the people, and those Miss Ophelia Kincaid is in Lex Mo., w.hero 1 first located. We ington for an indefinite length candidate. In fact, who know him know that he has Dudley Onudill received word that he I btho few men who the courage and ubil ty to stand he had been awarded the prize of $50 ave' a fine family of four boys of time. cnujdV eted to carry the up for the right as he sees it. He offered by J. C. Cantrill for tho best aiiiHro girls, all born in MissouThe interesting lecture given moonlight school taught In jekVt through if he is probably one of tho best posted district. Good for Dudluv. the seventh We by ri and six grandchildren Dr. Martin Thursday night Deiifa came to Nebraska nine years ago was attended bv a large and ap got,tHi urinu, which ha is .men in this part of county on proud of it as he is. . Having been in State government, and has a almostf and paid $80 an acre for 160 ac- preciative audience. They tell us that Germany and th. 3 counrv tor a res. 1 could rake $150 for it to- business 4 mini. largo number of friends who are allies never heard j such cannonading at Mr. Harry McGuire of Louis hereof yj'uTjsjhe has a host- of behind him day but do not think Tcould betin his campaign. wnauonein Stanton Saturday nicht. As the writer was away he missed it support him, ter myself as land ,is going high- ville, is visiting relatives here. ?tf?ds?-wh$gwili ':'iit:.',.'Lir..i t 1.1? r all, but he has an idea what it sounded Miss Henrietta Snnwden was er nil the time, soiiih selling at NOTICE! M'tjruyuwiiiii :e "e xvepuoii- like. the guest of Miss Lucille Kim- - pwparty.woujd put out a candi 9200 an acre. I have 10 Mr. 1. J. Chase, of Levee, has date him. He is thor China sows due brell Monday night. Poland The court house dinner giTen bv the to furrow in April; 20 head of Misses Augusta Palmer, Lucille r&ehly"ttuj'lSfivd for the office taken his horse, Emerald King, Udies Aid of the Christian church. j and his Jack, Black Sum, trom was a decided nd is the kind of a man that we cattle, 8 of them pure bred short Kimbrell, Nettyo Hnhbs success. Hen .need to hordb&uch an important Montgomery county to Sratiton, dinner wug served to ull A bountiful horns, andlS horses, 7 of them who nat down Snnwden and Messrs R.. where they will maKe the neason and everyone seemed pleased, many brood mares. J want to come rietta W. ouice. being heard to remark on the abun Lovelace and Brutus at the stable of Jesse Crowe. bank to Old Kentucky some time Palmer. Coleman Epudiee, of Lexinuton McGuire attended singing school Read their ad and then see this dance provided The ladies cleared son and see my old friends. I at Blaine's Branch Friday .night--,' wag here Surihty, the guest of stock before breeding your mares. over $22. ntarly forgot to mention my bet-- J Miss Ethel .Johnson. The largest crowd the writer has ever ter half. She is 54, flv years! Mrs. (J. E. Tyree.. MBeatty. Judge F Bl Haggard, of Win- - Some of the goods stolen from seen in Stanton was' present at tho ville Jct was shopping lnroFrjJ. toan I ni and was born opening of Circuit Court. Judge Ben- cuesier, warsntre riuay on. legit the store of Waldron & Johnson Ipjt pirtjjjrei'k. She hits no de; day. , tho TJ?Jla Some, time.agrt-- were recovered H"n t t v t Judge. Albert Easter Announces crfaj - l Xi,-i- full-blood- gfs f. : , 8yfilui.fcacE.i Kentucky. ii7KTli vniaifr. , ., vt EVj-8.',110""'-!0- . ft H v. t. iomltti8on wasTlownfrom a horse hikI all the girls are glad. Nada over Sunday Elbert Parsons has accepted a Hal DeForrest, of Winchester, position with the Lfc N, at Clay here Sunday, the guest of Oitv. E. H. Ritchie and family, Misses Lotta Snowden anil Sad Judge Loving and E. B. Mc ie McGuire were guests of Mrs, Glune were down from Jackson J. S. Pemberton Tuesday night. Mrs. Pemberton is an ideal host- - over Sunday. ess. T. B. Baljard, who is now lo of our boys and cated iu Lexington, was here A number girls walked to Maloney Sunday Sunday and Monday. Miss Pearl Stnethers had the friends of Mrs. R. A. misfortune Monday to fall from to get to ride back on the train a horse olio was riding and sus- and all had a good time with the Irvin will be pleased to know tain a broken arm. The horse exception of one girl who was that she is greatly improved, became frightend near the "bad disposi suffering from mill aud Miss tiotj." She wishes to apologize after u week's Vierfous illness. Stnethers attempted to jump. A large crowd .went from here The injury was treated by Dr. to one or two of the parties con to Stanton Monday to attend the ilartiu and she is uow doing as corned forbeing "saucy" to them. opening of Circuit.Court. Ticket well ms could be expected. Agent Vollmer wold over eighty Mrs. Lucv Rogers, of Dayton, to StantmMoiiday Moru Mr. Arthur Matherly, brother of D. O., and Miss Bethel Wilson, of tickets II. Matherly, naa severly injured last Monday when a team he was driving Jeffersonvile, were the guests of it: D. R. Daniel shipped a car ran away near fcii home at Log Lick. Mrs. F, P. Tracy Sunday. loud of hogs to Cincinnati Mon day morning. Mrs. Martha Xansoii, Miss Net tie Russell aud MrTaylor Russ ell, ull of near Winchester, spent from Saturday until! Monday with Mrs. W. D, Thaoker of near the Levee. All report an enjoy, able tune. The place to buy your goods is Mr, Bert Haniaipu'ds. of Wul- tersvijle, luia about recovered where you get the best value from a severe atta.ct.of Rheumu. tism and is able tofdo light work for your money. again. Ills Jrieuus are glad to see him out Hgaia There will be Candy and Easter Egg sale at the Ic Uream Supper Good Friday evening, April 2 sd by Ladies Aid of the Methodist Church, at the jKlndergartou m-tte- wUld like lo take Mime of my oil schoolmates for a joyridev iu my Ueo car. We have the best nudrt here in the country iiltho-utiter is 15 inches of snow ou the ground now. We would like your Koowlton correspondent to write, also any of our old friends iu Powell. II. F. Allen, Brownsville Neb. h tfr r I These items are being sent from Jackson where the writer came to consult Dr. Wycliffe, tho Government specialist on eyes. Jackson is a hustling town and it has some fine business houses. C'apt. J. L. McCoy is getMrs. H. H. Meachem returned ting out u splendid county paper and Tuesday from Jackson, where Henry 8. Harnett, who used to live in she has been visiting for several Stanton, is the verj elHcient foreman. .f who recently moved to the Frazer place, nas feeding some fodder thut was shocked on the place. A sack containing several pairs shoes and socks and other ar ticles, was touud hidden in a shock of fodder. ' the carrying of concealed Weapons, violation of the local oution law nH the opening of storeson Sunday. Tho-man- Brod-head-Garr- days. At present she is confined to the house with a sprained Attention is called to the splentinkle. did statement of the Clay City Joe Stewart, of Fouruiile, was National Bank which appears in here Monday and Tnesday, re- this issno. In spito of depressed lieving Butch McClure. W. R. business conditions throughout Hall, of Beattyville, is relieving the country this Bank continues G. H Dailey, who is spending a to show good statement each time few weeks with relatives at Wil- - they are called on by the government for a report dee. WAKE UP, MR. FARMER! Do you know we are here to help you? The Place to Buy Your Goods -- We sell you goods at the lowest possible prices consistent with quality, and if you are a shareholder you receive extra piofits in the dividends we Come pay each year. Our business is in and let us tell you more about it. Wire Fence We have a complete line of wire Fencing at prices that are right. Do You Need Any? Farmers Union Supply Store FrtMik Kennoii Try This Store WALTERSVILLE, For Value KENTUCKY Henry Waldron - Room. Mlaa Mary OuroJIiMUiOMbam, who 'Ui House for has been oonflned W Jmprgv-lusome days with Iter gra4mQtUi,,MMf Stefer, torfhuyaaay. ealUd to of luflu, g. Mgr. THH 4n j i iiVlES. services last - month nt Powell Valley church triMlisturbeh l).v GoQpipWalke& A Democratic Newspaper .x continual- cnilverstUioii, iturl when" I asked for order, one married man, u ho seemed intoxicate C(l,-T(T- Rff ToManvFarmers Great European Wtlr Wltl ii&fu .The to Ins feet, made as though to lruu a weapon, and Scar's Old Eighteen denied the charge, and after some very abusive language lie .unit Post Weekly in this Section. some inree m wnnir outers wno I Not A'ffctfiDistrlbu- -' tlon o T.anlac. jf. SUBSCRIPTION f.exin'gtonV; .Marclt entile- - wt'lfhiniT lelTl IFe limifce. RATE $1.00 per licAlled Jn tn appointment fot Httds of fHruiersJroni yenr in advance, ' 1 nifilitiiniiutiiiced nljoining Of TI ft? P. O'MARA, OWNER'AND-I'UIJL'lsnE- lt ibconiJ cIiihb 'mail' limt-t- tr at the I'ost' Ollfoe at Clay City, Ky., tindfi ' the. Act- of Pongrcss of '' March 3, 1870. Kntere'il' Vis -- HOMK-MAIt Hi t, ' ' - T.iruRHi)A. "Via." ,is." iv'i:, , ,. ANNOUNCEMENTS "' For Railroad Commihsloiier. ',"Ve are,authorized:to announce II. G. GARRETT candidate for Railroad the Third' Railroad Cotnniissiotftfrs District; Subject as a- primary August 7t ' ... - to th.o action of the-- Republican 1915.. i For Circuit Judu, We arc' authorized to announce W...R. SHACKELFORD as- Candidate for the Democratic nomination for Circuit Judge, of - ine-- J wenty-tift- h Primary election August 7, 1915. Vp-arc .Jiidinn' district. to announce - authored .J;,M..-aENTON- . nf Winch jt?rrf fty... as, a- candidate for iJio. Democratic no"u:oation for 'Cjrcc.titlurfKeuiiiVthe.0.5thvJuai. MU .tfffoft f&Uwi atyrf; S p rj. . . . K- i r 'j! rij ii r. J) o t i n H h ' ; iVt e l iV 1 n i 'f- hj? rgrtrir;asiembli7gii e"x pTa i nW causes Mid eiiinnerated the synip-inttiuf stoiiiuch, kidney" trmthlfK Mot of the so called ittnach, liver and kidney troubles," said the noted studert,, "are doe almoi t eatarrhiil intbitnuiation of organs, fhe cmvitnt comitI'i lot: ttji of" 'inlieus, dull, throbbing iweddinu: aiitiivetsarv. Neither uns at Vnsllingtn,, I).- C. jYim;, headu-. pulisu. ttia pit.f the,lncnt .g all icinM Qet a 25c uf the pnncjtiale expected com- - all know lhat Alr. UnderwtoiJ, stotaaeb, side ami .kidney rrtrfii. bottle now. Keep it.haiidy in cash puny. I iieaiitotiisliuieiit of the was a eandnlate'for the DemonraYic nt;rvou!,iie.F, Iim hi.- - of enicrgcncy. t" v ' ..t visitors may ho. imagined1 when tltev bvard the liiiylnind iyJI his 'witt' down. He made no hone's t' it. ' 1; .wjs,. done. openly vV and Without eveti a bin 4if apidoiiy to an. . ' I, hncKJife part of Tim aft, jt iK,the tnct thjvt toveryoii(ieven 1 4& "the c'h)S.sV;fTttfras t)PthW!cuufj'riy wJ, vnr t.tf i a v hail 'no ihvit (nit-- tifat. 'their home' H en -f - and that counties would nut attempt to.liold ,ati o'oper thyg"teat piiitantluopis in limre serviees uiitt'li the i.iw was recently. C'oopt-- giive enforced. Would' like' yon lo nne tl bin Humti lectures mi Heal- ptihhfli litis nr .Mitir valuable pa- (hand hygiene Tntc'otineedon with , ft Yours llet Kti interestihg iledifms'triitloii 'ol 'the j.I. Wills. ' , merits of Tanlac. the. rftaarkable medicine JieTisVinJrHfn(;f tm to the IIK "CALLED iTE'.i D'OW.V" American pnopbSkveral Bcore of these eauie fitfiaerli todk putt in the A hit of jossip hag deen utiricultual expositiotii-un(iueteby aoirtij the rounds tor the past Cooper ut- hit ovn,)arotiHl expense week, Tito pritieip,)! parlies con tit Lexinton...lt ofhHiisp'.jH with' tho .all'uir aro Well excelled the exhibits rern at; the known, whitch makes the story countj.fajrf ajidljia ve att nicti-ntteptkmVrjhrUJglfaul all i he iimn sensational. A bus-I- ) uh1 ; ci wife are mixed up. in tin si'aud'ii, and what .makes it In 8pealpiofn'iWtrnd the re. iitiii!l startling is the tact that niurkablc cureij his' great' medicine eiich of .them has always ha,dthe is fulllllinVyoer rhid "f.. 'ibe 'iiire respeet of the'eonimunlr.y. fnrmers : As ii matter of fact the bou'ib'ex-j- . ''Tanla'cgfciftlphien "lc not a eoni-- i oiled at the home hiiin patetitTrne,3icliii . 'rMiihic is' u ;w, ine.... very- moment' at wiucli proprietary nitdieitH tin kind of tbtre'had arrived ut their house a medicine recently poken .tf by .! of our Hon. Oscar Underwood, r". of 20 or' twenty-fiv- e Ifest' pKople, wlio had gone there hHln. flfi-- ' ti noprtKe the couple on iheir recentatives.in qur..nafionalQ)i r , d wide-sprea- Tlious- Fayette jind Which a spHeittVr?rtvVnviiHn1 lieurd L. T. was placed. g?flfMiiabr-- ? nomination for prctidcut undnhat hition, doprcssion of spirits, and ho is a man of great ability and in- - susceptibility to coughs and colds, tfgnty. He'is'a' fiaXlifb KentuSktin afo comumii symptoms of tbl crnblo condition from which eo , 'Realizing what n real hardship many suffer." i would bring lo tho thoiistin'dVi JCooper then produced hundreds of Aiaericfin people who llDl?ilf' from Lexington people raitlac and Hinla..rroprCtayra8'C(',vncinP vnlence of tlio giiu. medicines. shod d'' . tlieso ; orebdiQerJ5i1WV ' ftn,aHtiiflmriPi1;rriVonir;. .rTanla.c'ig'now sold in Stanton by no i3iTv-,- ; nrations . ,jrv"i' i tis popula -- niis-to- , -- 'ftihrn. - ndvcrt!sciiieit. .. ..titarv ntiferl to lOivlhlni t lull m'ii lit tin. n'rei.pe .,i .... I'The .ut. i,irjtiLif.:ij..ir-,r- . utrt: the price ie.iW-til- " ioinefl, or which uotild prive the working tnitn t.nys nf ItiS coking'cbal, iwr;?'tiilen front the conipaii.'8 de lnliteg '.tt'tilCins. Letcher Cuuii- nt hvjjjf; block.-itfituiiiiiicitis nifitttutr.at ban r ranctsco lue Tfnt was HiNliM wj-re stitiiiHr 8eve" and fljHr,, ;tpi.(f,i It is no (lotint t(ie trge8iiuiiiirjoi;coai in me wuriii. .kj.. pniprietarvnif-duMne.- sfnet'en coniplcfefv.otf btllsrff&WHtfmi;.- obtain . tH Vtr rev-eoi- to iotas Jidlib SSSeumL- - d this CotfhtryviFH.e"nahIe'd''ti t'HnKfrh-'tiVhmVre- jRheumatisnxjBTrs.eiwjt'nc-teiize- d by pain? JiTthe'jointA Sijd -- if Ken'-tm-k-y. I I '' liv-rnn- - en-tire- ly . fonils ard: liheumatism; acnes, ocjaiicr iiiicuniamivjniu fiumbagol All of thdsctypcs-i!be helped absolutely by applying some good liniment that penetrates. An application of Sloan's Liniment two or thrce'timcs"tntny to the affected narts. will. ive in stant "relief. Sloan's Liniment is good for pain,, and""" especially Rhejimntic Pain, bccaus.c-- it penetrates to the sert .of the trouble soothes the "afflicted part" nnd! mUsc'ieiTbet'cJ4n Rh?u'aIWi-- - W lost-iippetit- -- ,p 1 ifjines. ipor kepr.cSMHatlve. We. at e authorised .to", announce A. M .LQWE .... . IltV Masridea.,: Nev'erthi?les-- i 4ind, u--t hijv the best of Kutltbrify u for ti'.story-.- heir the, cnitpiitiy for Representative arrjye'd th.ey .wileltre tit t'he," Jot'ii' front this districts sunjejit, to. iho by the astoiii.sheli httWjLtHitirj action of the Democratic .primary' A8soon us .the 'first, gref tings t Augusts, 1915.- " ; worn Ovej- h?'aid "Aly.wjfe is Up ; .' We arq authorized to arirtquifcc stairs 1 willnii,bvr dt'iw.u." "Aoit he did. '' T. J. PONDER as a candidate for the.Rjpublican nomiffatinn for .Representative' MAN, TAKES HIS pWN MEDI- from this District. Primary Am CINE IS "AN OPTIMIST. '' gust'?, 1915. as a .candidate - Is Hemp. Drill the lniy PracVical arid , . JUf UJt5 qtiH "it -- EcbriomiGal .T McHine Faae for Sowing M $ . - absolute faith in "his We ar authorized tojumounce. modiohnwhe knows when he T, W. WQQLERY takes it 'for certain ailments' he a. as a camlidato-foRrprfRcntatjvc gets' reliefs People who tako Dr. l!fW C..'l.J.-- 4 li.nm imit ,i:Ji ii llie faiiri. ouujeci 10 ll. Kine'a'-Ne.Discoveryfor'arr irrN me, LiemQcraiic primary tuiiuu.ui tating Cord . r A .He- - lias sBy WSs ?.-',' Clover and Hemd r. , 7" tHt ,tfle seed in the furrows, in. the'gTcjlfigh, ppsitiug ...1 - ' j I , I .less, quantity Of bed know this cough remedy will peni We ..aiio,. authorized to announce etrnte of; the throaty , B..lCHATTON kill. Inc. germs the way as a candidate for the Republican for act.'You. caji't, do nomination for Representative strov n C4q!d by;;p9rficialtroa; from this district,- subject to 4he action of tlm Republican primary; mentvyninjtstgpfo the cause! of the troubK-''- , Be an optimist,' August 7r 1915. i bottle .of.'Dr; .King's Oft AVe'iare aii1ioir,(d to announce Discovery -, , .j;A. T.i S'PEWART fop t'ie Rrtntblipm SOAm.tllNT. as a candi'ln nomination for RnrPsontntK'o un.'il.lo,.'-B''nnwherp are vnu; i'um fiimriiH. .'in.ioct xo T'le action of ip enublican primary, point! lit ,sucl it. Inirrv?" August 7, 1915. ''To the- post ofFice to pot up a' kick about the wretched dtivorv We aro authorized to announce service." Wbat'silie trouble?" ATJWRT EASTER "Wbv, flint check you prom-isoas,a.cflwlirln.o fnr the Democratic to;penl 'tne teti .d(avs ago nomination fnn Renresntaivn for 1 liasiijf'roached nipi'yet.0 tjiis distriot, ftnbjoftt to tho action of he Democratic primary, 1 Aucust 7, 1915. ' tbe-Hnin- ps AuKUS,f,7, 1915. are optimists'thcy andr-ope- ntuto - . .to.-da- Tne plant obtains a stronger ana bo iter 'rbut aiid Is then able to stand thp hot sun and dronghi 'A.qiiickeRStand and a faster growth because the seed beingmtH; ground, germinates moreq.uickiyf.' One hair bushel of Glover, Seedo eight acres ' of clover than Lbushel-wi-ll a better-stanbroadcasted.- 3r,4; bfMjbps. 'of Hemp seedlp:the.rore will produce more hemp x ' 'vr I than a bushel will broade'as'tea: " . c,nbe sown. illuaratjfl . J a. j T- -' if' fi ieure the Saving; ariSeed--Shouldn- 't ydix have k 1 ! - on , oytiese mac hines?!. d 6ortie in .antf , 1- jf's Mlk it over. "l - CLEANING I 'AND PRESSING.1' Tito cejved. with it follnwfng letter was ro. .tins .qmVeJ'hjst. week rpqiiest for publication : I vyd8 EditorTimes: srfarKjarteo your oditorial Ijrit ou good weeTi1 - 'cbuulfftHna am ready to do your Cleaning and Pressing Good work .guaranteed and charges reason-'qu- e. Orders left with J. Bloom .will receive prompt attention. I U I Nil Id Wfl H t W'V Benton 4 CORr MAICS BROAdVVAY, bavify- hi !!jjr7My riir JAMES. WILLIAMS.' 30CNA Crowded out lapt w?ok. McCHESNEY enters race ill- - Burn, tfiHtho wife of Junius Rogers, n finu girl, the sixth duu- - F0RG0VERN0RSHIP Stands for Constitutional Amendmnt Submitting to the People Vote on SUte-Wid-e Prohibition of Sale of Liquor. Say it Muit Be Determined Whether They or the Whiskey Interests S all Rule Kentucky. "f With the drclaratlan tn favor of Btalc-- i careful and rlld prohibition of the manufactura and n.enti of th , .lir vM- -t jpuipu.e In vl.tr. IWifcul t.0 'n,0'eatli-- r 5a.' . J. M. 'Proffitt has moved t,u Montgon o ycounty, where he has piirchaebtf n farm :iud will make his futiiro home. Janics McCoy hug moved bach to his old homtf from South Fork. Mrs. Abbio.Adame, of Dayton, O., is 8pemlini! a fen' weeks with m her parent, Mr. and Mrs. V '' Adams, Kl?Ch ' conr,tuUt. th. 8UU on th. .raat de JSWKrUhh ayatam In hlma.lf uh a candluiil. f"i ih Uemo- veli.pir.ent In our Oenr;o WoodxvoJd and family cratlo nomination for Governor In the- ev,r ,ei,r"' ""? public' ichool h u; re.lV'" ancenvor to further advance lha 8Ute primary of nMt Auiit have returned-ttheir old home Mr. McCheaney Having .a- cauiie of pu lie' aducatlon. declares that If noml- - toieo a larr part of my life to upon the he will am deeply after "(Viidini: a year in nated and electeu, to aubinlt urge the people 'of th Inpublic achoola. I growth. the cauae hrt Asiembly to ested their continual Nicholas comity. fLlI?, ,ncf",Md the "t&oniSffitSt an- - I; St?i,ln.Lmprtr,! m.Vhodi sutewlue prohibition. In good roade J. Huff has becn'confinp to Cheaney. who aeVeralTeara the formal thl Jurver Mr " tlfyln. If altad J ahall aid ago niled n the furtherance his home for some weeks with a otiicea of State Siipcrlntenuent of '1 TV,P' of wf. Po"l Intereata. ao vlUl nrom? ,h,,andrwlt b?ln welfare of th. whole ecroro cold. ' h.e l.es an abridBem?nt of public eiperid?u?r Stt. lnictlon of all depart-wlovtrnment with thla dt JnoM- -- o Inter-Gener- al ,nr-,.n,n,,tJ- ,edJr I CALLOWAY'S CREEK. further advancement of the present pros- - 1 am In hearty aympalhy with the pro- greastve spirit which has marked the muvnuuiui aiiu aBncuiiurui a Ilia where It can oe properly uone. and the 'tot- - Pri H. V. McCHESNEY. 'TUB WlNOHESTETl BANK, TAXNOTE' A ft." .5 J v Tax Collector for the tow of h $100,000 Clay City. I will on Saturday; MC Stock 30, IfllS. at the jnil door in Clay v. and Undivided Kv., sell to the hiehejit bidder for h $200,000 the following property, or as rauc1 'psata f it as may he neeemmry to satisfv he Holly Witherspoon, President. amount due for taxes, permit; , ir and costs, levied on a follows: VT R. Sphar Cashier. Total Mollie Bowles ;52 I VUR ACCOUNT SOLICITED. Ella Niblaek s of Winchester, Ky. ' --- .est mmmmmmmmmmmmmmamamgmmmmmmmmmmm Opo.KTomlin-.nrt- .. . . .. 20 "A i! .' i 1 .62 Harvey Carr JACKSO . PAW ELI WILMAM EATON. JR. Collector rlttrt Dt all KM of Firt. LHe. Iswr-fjf- ci T nzir,. Uflhtnfnf and Hill We are alsc sfiwitfi fw tt Notice! j' ols Sitrrty Comf any atirfare pre,. H tr dr a sjenMral Bnndfng lwsJ- Powell County C- - t.j March term, Utday of March, ..'5. POWELL ft JACKSON This day appeared in Court,. A 4. Lin lilr Jackxnn Norton. County "ittorney for IVvbJI 8 i W P'weJI County, and tnude motion to require t Mpuw riffle In each and every person or persons holdKentucky ing unpaid Claims against Powell CounW'ncheiter ty be required to present- - same to. E. II. Fuller. Treasurer of Powell County, for payment, on or before the first day of'April term of the Powell County TRACY Court, which will be held April 6th, j I L"eek outline policies I advocate. .Mice Lizzie D. Masters is visit-infe- r I am In favor of atate wide prohibition her uiuther, Harry Musters, of the manufacture - and salsunu Intoxicating liquors. If no- Inated of ahall urge upon the Legislature elected of lilt at Iron Mound. the paasnge of an Act n a unienumeni o - Constitution to people for their i.i Miss Amanda Muncie, enteriMon. In view Urge amount of c ;.!..tl Invested In tained a number of her friends f nor business. howe.T. I ahall favor - iriun tn the Act giving a reasonaoia Friday ij:lit' with a candy party, tf'er Ita ratincatlon, before It n In order that those all reported it nice time. the business may adjust their without too great a sacrifice, Mrs. J. J. Marison visited have no fault to find with the County I . It Law I have favored every advanced Mrs. Oscar Bowman Thursday. It i v taken In Ita varloua amendments. la a atep In the right direction, and haa been a great blessing to the Common-v.-enltMr. Ash Witt visited her Under it 1M counties have voted counties contain Witt at tveiy: but the remaining of the total popu-a daufihtfr .Mrs. considerable part lation of the State. The preaent law White O.ik Thursday. seems Inadequate to give relief to the pu-r- t of most of these counties. And .il '.In.of howli.Messrs. Hoi'eri Mar-iisoAllen the liquor Interests. Instead Law. and fori respect for the County Unit expressed at the 'owell, and Walter and liaskum Hie will of the people aa every election polls, have been contesting 1. ...nl( waa .1 an.l rnln. Inlit Sauil . Crouch attended 1 1 pro-.oen-Ih. JS.-o1 announcement la aa Mr. ahd Mrs. Henry Witt of "To the Democratic votera folio we: of Kentucky: After mature deliberation I hav decided Cant rill, are vieitinu his purentp, ,ne democratic f.or iS,i2rJLne.?ce olllce the of Governor. In the Mr. and Mrs. Ann Witt, of this b" hela August T. 1S16. In SfiSi.i? announcement It Is due those place. tn,u briefly Hilt'Sunday. llev. Peele, of Nicholasville, filled his regular appointment it tiasd Hill Sunday. KNOWLTON (Crowded out last week.) Look out you bellows who want to he Keprseutativc. B. F. Hat-to- n was hero on hut Wednesday, shakini: hstuds, and telling the people how he wanted to go to C'-nr- OTOKELY EitaU ami Inwraflct. Buy and Sell Farm and City Property of nil kinds. We have some nice farms in Clark and adjoining counties for sale or rent. Write us aa) W . what you want. We write all Una's of Iniurance. Frankfort. I). B. Telfrcy sold to G. M. The Court being sufficiently advised Elkin of Vortex, Wolfe co. a farm sustained aid motion. It is ordered by the Court that the adjoining Mt Canaan school house above motion be published in the Clay and known as the' Bill Johnson City Times for one month. Farm, Price 70U A copy attest: I. S. Boone. AinbroKe Ballard sold to O. 11. Martin a tract of land on Hani. wicks creek containing ubout six 1015. TRACY AND ST0KELY. Office, Mate Street, Winchester, Ky. 8TRAW?KY PLANTS ucers for $18. C. K. Martin aolii.tq Chas.A. Carrithers, Jeweler and Optician, Qrmiamf el Elgin la Wtci . and Clock f Fruit and lkada Treea, and our offering af tha remade- - Jess Norton """" Send for our free No Amenta & Potato. soven head of cat lie from yearling to three years old, for $217. II. N. Huberts; has moved to his furm he bougnt of G. B. Cam- - catalpte. H. F. Hfflenmeyer REPAIRINQ. BtMlners. Sons, r Prompt Attention' (Uvea to Hall WINCHESTER KENTUCKY toxi>oa, Ky. bell. Proston Johnson rented a por tion of hia farm to'Jnhn Vires of Brethitt Co., whoi moved to the placo about March; t ho first and moved away today. We dont know on what tniH ho 'moved goinu or fiming but we do either know that he inched both ways D. B. Pelfrey ? prejinnng to move to Oakdalp, non. Ity. In,an effort to defeat th- - will of the people-.No- t only haa mis been their atll- tude toward the law and Ita enfo.vimem. but they have mad. It their business to bitterly oppose every man who ir.pli-- x publk: omce who doaa not take his ordera from them. A temperance man can not run for any office In Kentucky, however humble, without feallng the weight of thalr wrath, expressed fii the usual w.i). Their efforts to don:inate the politic .f the State have Increased aa county after oounty haa been added to the dry column. until their Influence haa become a menace to popular government. In view of all thla It seems that there Is. but- - one solution to the problem, rtnd people that la to aubmit it to tne wno;eail. time that we may It now. once and for whether the neonle or the liquor Intereata are to rule In Kentucky. Not only Is this the logic of the situation, but it Is absolutely fair. Who can be heard to nay that right to the people ae a whole haven't a affecting pass on bo vitally welfare? Wn their moral and financial jubrolt good roads amendments and taxa. lion amenamenia to tne wrioie people why noti submit thta question. Infinitely more vital to them? Aa stated above. 1 am not unmindful el the property Interests Invthe4. II is to De regretted mat moral reforms often bring Onanolal Idas tor acme; but the pub. Ilo conscience justifies the loss to the tew erhensltt means' an infinitely greater ear. Ins-- to the manr. The onward march of Christian civilisation muat not be retarded oeoauae a rew men nave invested tneir tnonerln the 'business 'conatltutlnr the obstrueUen. i atyfamluarltr wita the anahclal affairs eX the State, aa a result of eight years' 7) aa Super aperlenoe (from ISM to. intendent oi i'uuih insiructiun ana cf Stats, "and aa a member of the Sinking Fund Uoant, leads me to the belief that aueh a revision of our taxation ayatam can be made as will readily reduce the State debt, and make good any decrease In revenues that might arise from the leas of the tax. on liquors. 'And thla cau bs'dons without any Increase of the tea rate. Saving State revenues la lust as important as producing them, with the elimination of the liquor bualnesa from Kentucky the saving to the State In criminal prosecutions alone would be an enormous item, and go far toward a solution of the financial problem. If the money epent for liquor In Kentucky, and for criminal pn rcutlona growing out of ita uaa can Le taveu. in nair a aoien years we can ie.i A the financial situation of .11. a macadam road to the . every ochool house In the Co. 4Vlng can Le accum- A i. tv.it.ilruttlon of all useless lUi. uecieti i auaii institute a oiik tfw:-r.tar- v. k. . W4w ihnini. . Mate advance along many tinea In recent years, and It ahall be my amblUon If elected to see thla spirit yield a atlll greater fruitage In the agricultural. Industrial and commercial development of the Commonwealth. My record aa superintendent of Publle Instruction and aa Secretary of Stale la before the people for their- Judgment; and I ahall enter Into no detailed account of my services In these poeltlons. The people of the State. are.more or leaa familiar with I am willing to risk the record made,'-antheir Judgment .of my fitness foe the office of Governor on .that .record., During my term aa Superintendent of Public .Instruction the Slater per capita waa increased largely, .the teaching iforpi of the State put on a more afflclent baele. and other educational progreea made. At tne croae ot my teiru i wrote tne Mil the rui.il school term1 from five month .o six, and the companion bill providing the funds for the extra month, without Incteualng the tak rale, and secured their passage by the Legislature. As Secretary of State I was a rcemuer ot the lloaru which built the new. .Capitol; and was aUo a member ot the Hoard which assessed all franchise taxen, which taxes were very laiuely Increased during that (ei'i.i. The two aumlnlstratlons cov-eiw those eight years marked an era of great prosperity In the governmental -- ff.u. he i e a big state debt was it he pan iui I school term increased .. o ... ...on.i.i. .title Normal Schools e .e University put on a net., u.. 0 .vprehei. e basis, ajisw Capitol . progressive; movemante - ,. II iiwieaslng the la and a full treaaurr ' turned nv.r tn the aucceeUing auminI.titlo.4 J w.WUa niakinar that record, tu''av hat. aavenInyaara lure During the I retired from public orilca I have, responded to every call of Democratic party. Dur- ' 'his time, o the serious nagtoct of ' personal affairs, l have atumped the in- - every campaign, " uiHn- my time and services to the auc- of the party nominee. i "fchl years experience In publlo referred to abore gave ma an In- 'Sn nto lne affalra of the State govern- Chief KiecutWn. My service to my party since retiring from ofllca perhaps entitles ma to soma consideration. On th(s record aa a- public ortlcer and aa a private cltlxen: with whatever ability 1 may possess. I submit my candidacy to the Democracy of the Mate. If nominated and eleci.j I ahall devote n.y entire time and eiiei.y to the discharge of the duties of the omce In an effort to promote' the moral, educational and bualnesa Intereata of the Commonwealth, to the end that It may become better place eran than It is now in which to live. Heipectfully submitted. eu 1 & .- j - "r vnj "";. - pcrata In Kentucky through his activity In the Interests of the party In ever elnce boyhood. He entereu public life at lha age pt K. when he was elect nl t.'ouoty Superintendent of Livingston. lie was to that nines. Ptcviouk to that he had taught In Caldwell, his native county: Crlttenuen, where he waa reaied; Wetwter and Llrlngstoo. From County Superintendent of Livingston lis was promoted to the omce of Suite Superintendent In running on the yeart later Gbel ticket, e'eur state on thehe tt.is elected Secretary of llcliet with J. C. W. Deckharn. Their friendship haa been continuous and close elnce that time. Mr. McClieny was chslrrnan'vf the speakers' buie.iu of State1 headuuarterr In Alt and. icpilna (Jovrrnor McCreary hlmeeir.' inauv moi epee6hes In the campaign than any itliv-Democrat. Ue stumped thr Htaie Mr.- lieckhain when the latter was elivtv. n United Sutea Senator. Probably nojiubllc man In the State i, In inure demand as a speaker on all . of. occasion, than Mr. McCbesney. aim i., Interests In affaire touching commutm.. life, as well aa the' welfare of the are well known In Kran&fcn, where hni 1' 4 resided and, tuts been practicing law State office. He la at prec a member of the Bducatlon Director of the V. M. C. A.. Vlce.Pra" n of the Kentucky State Historical sJt. and a deacon In the ISsptlst Churcn I'reiloant of, It Sunday t'lini-pal- vlrll. enthusiastic. rl w, teady wit. Mr. McChesney haa made himself one of the best known Jtmi- Forty-six years oM. II. V. McCIIHSNUY.' . i l ? lit, - n, tli:c-leavi- ng f T ''Breathitt Co., i H. LACY & CO., J WORK U EC HIVED. 1KH1SC5 l0t SALE AND RGNTf A SPECIALTY ICITV WOPBRTV J Rkwo'200 MEUawaeyWA'Ptft0ne'Mi Where to Sat in WINCHESTER, KENTUCKY". They will tin ym. The repair Wo'rkgii "the. conr house was comijoJd. jjnnd whdn the painterTffibish.ed th signs o'u th Ufw Jtjaefl doors to tha several oliicps qu the lowet com flpor. Qpiit.rachjrjjjHaker Wiachettar and ploted (lie liiastoViiig lust Fridu j Moudav.aftoniooiilfheconinuttee til ;Tribflic. 3Bs- JOKJW RlMTAUItAlfT Qor Main it WasUngten. t, aoiii"; its work. The so much faith in The readers of this paper will .ets that tfiy pttel be pleased to learn that there is ollars at least one dreaded disease that 'if. . cure, forany caBt Us end for list science has been able to cure in tnut all its stages, and thit is Catarrh. of tc .i.onials. Si . . J. Cheney & Co., Hall's Catarrh Cure is. the only O, io. Sold by all Drugpositive cure now known to the Toi medical fraternity. Catarrh, be- gists, 75c. ing a constitutional disease, re. Tr i. Hall's Family Pills for quires a constitutional treatment. constipation. Hfjll's Catarrh Cure is taken in. ternally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system,' thereby destroying the foundation of the disease, and giv ing the patient strength by building up the constitution and assist IWITMaJI.Wt,!,. 1 $100 REWA2D, $J i SPECIAL FROM ROSSLYS. track? Mr. Voter of this trict most assuredly this state-meris not correct, fori am in the Gold until beat at the ballot box on August 7. I want this.to bear in your mind, I consider that I am just us entitled to this office as any one else of the district for t am of asie, 88 year ld and nave not asked for any office heretofore. No, the matter is left up to you voters of the ditr.ct. Your Royal True Blue A. M.Lowe. Democrat advertisement R.irsIvii. disit - Who says that Lowo is off the Ofirl bv Hendricks wan appointed t postmaster-a- Lombard Monpav President Wilson upon the recommendation of OoiisiresBUHiii - in Hemlri"k charge f the hrue eomuiipsury of Broilhead Garret Oimptny t Nada. Otntrill x'r French Rmso is inovini: from back here anil be sms 'n is l'H'.iI eunuch ttuit (Jl.i for bun. We are alad to see bun bck. ' STUD The fine young horse com-bin- ed EMERALD KING And the good Jack 3LACK SAM will bpth make the season of 9 5 at the sta1 1 ble of JESSECROWE Stanton. Ky. I. REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF 4217 Robert, Margins' is on the siok The Ladies Aid of the Method list at thiB writing. CLAY BANK.S at Clay City, In tho State of Kentucky, at thoclosoof business Mar. 0th, i016 ist Church will have an ice cream Prayer nieeTinjtv at Situd Hill supper Good Friday night, April ' RESOUttCES. overy atur'daynfght. lvef.v 2. Everybody come and. brinj: Loans and discounts.... ; $85,051.57, body iuvitedJUtcnd. some one with voti. Overdrafts, unsecured'. .... 872.70 ... Miss Mujy I25cy ' Witt visited U, 8. bands deposited to secure circulation, (par value). 25,000,00 LOO LIOK. Miesds Nellie'aiJapora Margison Other bonds, securities. ietc., owned unpledged (other tharTstocks) including premiums on 20,681.25 wagl Suudny. Mr. and Mrs Thomas (.row Subscription to etock of Federal Reserve bank, $2,000 010.00 L.ess amount unpn n, , 1,800. Russell IVweliudu his usual and babv of Kijjhs Angle, were Banking house, 1,000.00 "Sunday the guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. B. call ut C. F.Masteri Duo from Federal Rese ?" 'tank 2,000.00 '. Keer, Saturday aiid Sunday. Duo from approved rev agents. in central reserve cities, $764.82 igent in other resrvb cities,. .. 8403,13. 0157.45 t Mrs. MaudyValters and .Miss. Due from approved res Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Matherly Outside checks and otic'i itams, 75.38 r fractional currency, 75.38 spoor Saturday night and Sunday Millie SKinnerFWalteistiiiei LXwfclMoxktUkseryi v Saxk. ' , .6,162.60 Specie. with the lattei's parents. Mr. visited tjieir- Viator, Mrs. Ollie frtmsurer (not more than 6of cir'l'h) 1,250 00 Win- - Sew ell, ai "WiuVnealer, beVeal Redemption fund with and Mrs. F. G. Gey, at last weeR' Ua,8 I'hester. Total 1151,874.31 .1 Davis, of Berea College, 0. LIABIIJITIES. spent .Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. WHITE MANptfTH BLACK Capital Btojk paid in 125,000.60 .... ... ..V LIVKR. Surplus fund Beume Hudson. 8,000.00 The Liver isatblood purifier. Undivided profits, Mr, Elmer Berrvuian wife and Less current 712.58 '1,250.71 t ii'l taxes paid. was thought' at. one time it;w'as Circulating expenecor. rmn nn bib,v and Mr. and Mrs. Jessie It note, ....... la... Vl,VW.vv. The Du to approved reserthe scat of the'Sassibns. .' ... lii other reserve cities 682,03 Snow den pont several days with trouble with most? people is that Due to hanks and'baiM,. 4t5.25 tVi tlmd included in 5 or 0) Mr and Mrs. .lames Vaughn. their Liver becomes black; because Demand deposits: Individual depopi . . . $01,400.85 ifi;i;t to check .T. blood due to Mrs, J T. Elkin died at her of impurities Cashier's check. .". iJin 91,585.42 184.57 .. bad physical states, causing Bilhome near here Sunday night iousness, Headache,' Dizziness and Totaf due to old age ami complication Constipation. "Dr. King's New Htatk or Kkntuokt, fonNTT op PowEti,, ss: of diseases. She leaves a bus Life Pills will dean up' the Liver, I, A.' T. Whitt, (VI. fi. or ,tlie above named bunk, do solemnly swear 25c. at band and nine C lublren. Funeral and give ydu'new life. that th6 above statement .rue to the best of mi knowiedge and belief. services were held at Loir Lick your Druggist. ' A. T. Whitt, Cashier. Church Tuesday by Rev. Cultou ' Subscribed and sm .,. ifore me tlii 12th day of March, '1915 SPOTJTJiPRINQ of Richmond. V. T. Adums, Judgo 0. C. P. C. -. Correct Asu SnowdenlWHS ,a business tf.;i: ' Mr. and Mrs. Sol. Martin 4if Frnnk l. Russell, ; '' Jno D . Atkinson, Directors. Edena, Mo. Mr. S C. Elkin and visitor at Winchester "Saturdayyv ,. Jnniei" K. Hall, ) Mrs. Ben King of Minn, were Mauson Curtis, of M.intgornery here Tuesday, for. durial of there county,1 was' he're'4ii8t week fbay-- u ' Mother Mrs, EJkins, country 'produce. Mrs, Moses, McKiuney, who was very .eickfor several' "day's CALLOWAY'S CREEK. fs up ajraiu. j Mrs, Scott Witt is visiting' her yfi'h. Byrdf ne.f our obliji-- J parents, Mr. and Mrs. Asa Witt, iiil, i,ne.rcl)Hnts, was at his old this week. ' thfiine towiit (Jiinipton, a fewdays Mrs. Willis William entertained Ust week. . . a'niiinber of hvrfriefids'-Wednesda' Geo. S; Wire, of G'HiiiarsoJijv at; wilii a carpet Tag: tackinp. here last jwpek sbakiiibaiidt? Margison bought of David with old friend. Georue it Powell some corn at $3.50 per, a moat welcome visitor in barrel. our village. ;y --NJtJ'f v Ice Cream Supper who is ver .16wTSt4thi Writing. THE CITY NATIONAL . 'af-ternoo- n. .... . ' - . , . - 111 .. in-t- he - - - .- ' ' " -- last-'week- . J.J . J. GHASE Owner. Sarilda Shepherd returned Aquilla Snowden has bou home from Richmond Tuesday, small .farm, un tjie river from where she has been visiting her Charlie Cjark and will move this sister,. Mrs. Charlie Shepherd, week. Uaiikiu Burnett' lias rent ed the plate from 'Elder Gfto. 'W .Mrs. cou t - COUPONS J" THOUSA " SftP THEM FOR THE. JMtl ENDS OF Mclutotih where1 "iJlr" Suowden now lives and wfilinHve-fthere- . Hardwick.andCo.'s St mi-Ann- ual STOCK REDUCING SALE WINTER GOODS at greatly reduced prices. It .will pay you to take advantage of this Sale. Malce our low. 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. Fruil nuents jiae beeVi can vassiuj: tlnH pnriuin of tho county this - week. While Mr Airent iMihies Jiijjh,.he aidijinj: u :reat work for the country, ,eliiig r. cbards where tliere.Would be uone if the persons them had to order froldHllleumeyt'r, who furnishes lh'a best fruft trees at, 40 less thaalhe";ai4ent. But us all will not orde'j. .direct from home nureertegwtUsay. WeL come, Mr. irmtfAsjeut," 'b'quire and Mrslp&eit MoKilf-ne- y xfeTEIW ISEXT 5EK From Mondaj ?ovh i, to Monday, Mansh 28 wq shall givedoublc Booster Coupons o " ctsh purehasos made at our store, ,alo we shall give double coupon week on settlements pf MiVounta. Come in. Hrm : j.iur friiinds in. Loofc6v.er.thQ bargains we are offering. Please ir elf. Favor some Roontor. with your coupons d Save '. Are you setting tliose Hfty conpons freo from cace of your f ii'k in the card contest? ! the mom skilled writers of cards in the Post In order to re Card Contest, the K outer Journal, of Springflelkl. II'.. will give to each of the lest ten writer, who In not now a Booiter. a couoon check for 10 vo Booster Counons. This must be deposited for r Club Billot Box. Tliia ehtvi, with other Boos- yourself in the Bo ter coupons you ran collect will enable you to win onoDf theiprem- lum that will be given in the Booster Club. On Saturday, next week. closes tho big oftV fr"e Musie on Satuaday Who will wjn the watch, Monday. April 6? by Mrs.'.Recco Wiugnm. hard-earne1 ,3 2 SPECIAL PRICES rtnits $12.'60 IB 00 .7.50 Boys' .. $12:50 spent $21.50 Men's Suits going at 15.00; $18 Sub at $12; $15 Siursat$IO; 12.50 suits at 9.00; 0.00 Suits at 7.00; 7.50 ones 4.50. Boys' Clothing at same per cent. cut. Men's $3.50 Sweet-Or- r & Co., Corduroy Pants at 2.25; 3.25 ooes at 2.00. Woman's and Misses' long coats as follows: 6.50 coats at 4.75, 7.50 coats 4.00, 6.00 coats 3.50, 4.00 coats 2.25. 3.00 coats 1 and Mrs. Ulms. wick's Greek. 8iiicwi'ti VviklCli, 'Squire Jf of Uard- - " " I ;$io.oo 5" 8,50 6. GO . r (mi 4.00 1 .75. Children's Coats at same per cent. cut. Woman's trimmed and ready-to-weHats 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 Cap 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 Slurs at 2.75. 3,50 shoes 2.60. Women's 3.00 Sweaters at 2.00. Women's wool and cotton Suiting at 25 redudioa, and don't forget we have many bar-gawe do not mention here. We handle PfcloraJ Review dress patterns. ar WHOLE FAMTLYipiPSMDENT Jlr. E. WilliaiM.tHamilton, 0., writes: "yur wow family deMaybe pend on someone in youriinily has a severe Cold perhaJMiit. is the baby The original DrjjBdl's is an everlritxay household remedy it givj'itfciiwediate repenetrates lief. the linings of 'feEclbrhroat and Lun?s. 18trnvn tsuTCUrsna. and al. lows Nature to aitJAt sny drug. gist, 25 c. Pine-Tar-IlonPine-TariiltaH- or SIIOE SALE CONTINUED. Best Flour. 25 lb sack Best Lani. per pound .. Bacon Best'OoHVH - a.oo He .. 14c - 18o For Money Swing Prices on all Grocer les see vs Before Buying, irT I, I Mrs. J. W. Williams TniK B003TEU STORE) j : A SHAVE qpMft:0UT m HARDWICK STANTON, TONSORmxWOitK & COMPANY, KENTUCKY. Hair Cut Shnre ..,. ROX A COLA BOTTLING WORKS ... . Munufacjurera I ...... . 'sSS .9i i ROXi . COLA AND OTHER t of'.SOFT DRINKS . JOo BEATTYVILLE, Kft