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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): March 25, 1915 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1915 cla1915032501_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 25, 1915 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1915 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 6 THE CLAYICITY TIMES. M;-P- . O'MAflAi Owner and Publisher We arc Here to Help Clay Cltym;SurroundIng Country and Ourselves. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. VOL. XX Ori.VY 0TV. KrHlJRSDAY " ""V MAIIUH25, J9lf. STANTON. (By P. O. Dertliick.) NO. 32 Announcement. To the Republicans of Powell unci Estill counties, composing the Seventy Third Representative District: After some thought I have decided to ask the Republicans of this district for the nomination for the office of Representative, In asking you for this nomination I am not going to nay that it is wholly because of my strong desire to help make bettor laws for our Commonwealth, but my moitvo in pari is a selfish one. The Alice of Representative, aside from n monetary consideration, is one of the most important in the State and if the Republicans of this District sco fit to nominate me at the noxt August primary, August 7, and the voters of thisjm-tric- t Bee fit to elect me to that office in November, I shall do nil I can for the District and. for the Commonwealth in the General Assembly. I feel that thero is a great deal thtft ought to be accomplished by the jiet General Assembly. I am in favor of better roads anda gradual and continual improvement of our public schools bnt perhaps, the greatest proposition that will be before the General Assembly will bo an.effort to place the Com As monweaJth- - mi a business basis conditions at present show that the SUte is falling very much behind each year in its cuttent expenses and is now heavily in debt and the indebtedness continues to grow each year with no, feel means whatever to prevent it.. 'that the State' ought to, say for' Inst-snr- e. lijM9.the.--UBjXtilvill make. no indebtedness drjipprppriation without having In YtowraWfficlent'itieomu.' whereby the said Indebtedness or appropriation might bo financed. And if I am elected I will do all I can with the other Representatives, both and Republican, to work, out tno best results possible in this regard. Now., for the benefit of those who do not know me, I will say that I was born In Rowan county, about two miles west of Morebead on Mill Branch, in the year 1878, worked on the farnrand attended the country school until I was about 18 years old when our mother moved to Carter county, wlipro wo continued to live and work on the farm until early manhood, then I attended school at tho Morehcad Normal, Bracken Academy and taught school for several years. During that period I was at the Central Normal College oUndiuna for a short period, and later I read luw and took a course at Boiling Green, Ky., completing the course in June, 1000, and since that time I have been engaged in the practice of law at Morchead until I came to this county five years ago, and havo been so engaged here. I hope the Republicans may think as I do in this d, t: that my experlence-o- f I y re-gr- Ttt-wi- snow nt .Tarksnff Thprp was'" and other pnintijtn the mojwfnlns last E B. .MoGlone, of .lnekson,njid The triM of 1'oui l'ettit for the is more favored . Auctioneer. V. Lurjson sold Sunday. Mpssrs. Hurton and Whiainiii, f ki I 1 in of Silas lilnntoti was in . 'By public outcry lasr Saturday anddfden't ar'et jnv. Campion J'.t , are' aftn'l'mr the prorefS laM we we went to ofi-tnwVf?T.ii-ii'- l property. n three", nieces bn....''E'.-n tc Div,Iiitmij t ver. l!r5" reulit-d'ih verdict of rtiaB8woyv"orile'rMJXbr,it I ' nnrc- getting ner,u(ro)ii d to his duties. sng' .icqulttal for tile coMecror..Esii'Uf for ami will rnxke ajine onicpr S T. Davis and (). One uirfuiit-- r ol the jury stated Attnrm n taxes. Prnni' fnnon. mnnmrer of the F. Spencer nnd Jmliie J. M. atierwaran lhat the verdict was rrttciiwi on thf first ballot, within A still horn infant was horn. to Farmer's Union Store, hns erected a Stevenson were up from fter A ev retired. Mr. and Mr. J. H. Wells, last neat littlenflWIn thertntr of Hie store, minutes attending WednesdMV, Friday. The . little one was i'n order to rive more room at the front conr. J. H. H'irdwiiik aNuoame rifVrral ittit-- j cnsec of minor iuip.rt- T on docket ami arc g ntnre is up Weilnt-iiia- v nre ait buried at Virdcn Saturday even- for the diHv of coo-tn- , on liusint"s. ing. iiis)"f 'l of as fust us possible. dolrga verv wnd hnsinew which is Mr. aim Mrs Robert Ewen visMrs. George Anderson and rapidlv,n larm bnrt of which childreu, of Mt. Sterling are ttipv attribute to aflvertining in The ited at Ri.ectvn Sunday. tiit-e-i operated 011 him for Tra pending u few days with Mrs, Times, I I?. Ohrk was in Jackson Mrs. Ed WilAnderson's mother, Ann'jrnrrWplld. l t?Mne the course from Sunday until Wednesday choma. We are informed tuut son. here area number of cases of In nursing at the Gond Samaritan this week. that disease in our county and Mr. and Mrs. Jesse McOutch-eon- , wag here for n at Txinton. Albert Skidmore, of near Mt. everybody should take advantage formerly of Sardis, Miss., few days this wee'k. vNUIng lwr brothvisit-in- '' Sterliusr. was hero Wednesday on of this opportunity for an examibut now of Beatt vville, are family. er. John H. Wells and Mrs. J. H. O'liear and other The Kniphtsnf 'Pvti''BR have chang business. nation. There is no expense to Trichoma is relatives here- Tuesday Ben Throckmorton is hack at this examination. but yields to ed their meeting night from a dreaded Jisease his nl'i taiid mi he L '& N. to Saturday. Tho new mill of the Brodhcad-Gar-r- et tie.itiiient readily it reached 111 receipt of a copy of .1. Nuda, was started up last Co. ut Wo are in vis. time. Tho disease was brought Mrs John Will Morton is Friday, but closed down almost Im- Green Trimble's. Book, "Recollections ifinsr lrr hrnt'ier rfnr Lpxiniiton into the writer's home by a man. mediately to make some furthorchang-c- s of Breathitt". This book was publish Catherine from Breathitt county who wat-nnd in tho layout of tho log pond. It is ed by Tpp Jacksop Times, nnd is a who i clprkinsr in Wool worth's. alllicted with it and who stayed expected that the mill will start in ear- vprv Interesting' history of the early here a week. Anyoud ulllicted days of the county. Copies may be nest about noxt Monday, Mrs. I.vdi-- i DmiVIs, who hns with tho disease can bo treated cents to the been quite ill for two weeks, is at the Govetnment hospital at i obtained by sending Jackson Times. For flood Barbering Try able to be up nnd about the house Jackson without u cent of cost, but- - it is sometimes difiicult to A. P. JOHNSON ii,n T ftraivi. nun' thn nMot and again. get into the hospital ub they are known citzeiwirf. Winchester, died old stand, next to the Red test Ib the taut week, tho funeral taking place . Miss Frances Kubelle, who is usually crowded fur room, River Hotel. Mr. Crewa was the father of so woll remembered and loved Sunday A number of the friends and by hundreds of frienes hero Ritchie Mrs. E. II. writes that she is doing line. She neighbors of Mr. and Mrs. John ENDEAVOR fROOR.I VOR SUN- is at her home in Goldlield, Iowa, W. Williams gathered nt their delightful homo 011 tho 11th to DAT MARCH 28, 1015. B--e, . n dett-mienWin-clipst- having grown up on the farm gives ine a more thorough and practical knowledge of the farm life and I nm better prepared to know what tho farmer needs and what he o lght to have ; and my experiene of having worked on the public road with pick and shovel better fits mo to know the needs of tin; public rond system than if I had not had such experience ; and my experience as a public school teacher in the rural schools, and the Normal work for a period of about nine years more thoroughly furnishes mo with a knowledge of the educational needs of the State than if 1 had not had such experience ; and again I feel that by having studied and practised the laws' of the Commonwealth for a period of nbout thirteen years, four years of this time before I began practising, better prepares me to understand and to know how to mnke a law or how to unmake one should the same deserve to be repealed. I hope to be able to see many of you before the primary, but if I do not sco you all who read this that you will vote for me and if I am elected, that you will make yourselves free to call upon me upon any proposition in which yon are interested and in which you feel that I can de of assistance to you nnd I shall be glad to help you in uny way that I can. I am very respectfully yours A. T. Stewart advertisement Stanton, Ky, N. 0.. WrtltojS, of Winchester, was hero" Monuuy on business.. 'A' Mre. was-,her- e School Doing Well. Sytvjir Kussell, of St. over Sunday. Helens, J. R. Stono was in Clay City H.ffllnthcrly filled his lust week inspecting liogfe. Rev. J. regular engagement, at- Pharis I'lio baiikriipt stock of the Phillins-StoiiHill Sunday-- . store will be off P. 17. T5iiriliJr. nml ami Mnr- - ered for sale ngaii; 011 tlie..r)7tli, cus. visited tehitives here a few Mrs. Anna Sewell mid lier sis days last weel. ter, Mrs. Moll 10 Crawfotu and n nrl crin baby, of Juckeon, are visiting tro T ' UV('I I'J I Shirley, ofHfneksou. spent Sun their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Win. day witntrieruis in tins city. Ilardwick, this week. Mian Anrinllnrffher. of Win 0. A. Rash and Miss Pearl chester, viiited relatives in this Chapman, of Torrent, were mar city, a fewdaya last week. ried Wednesday morning at the Dr W: Or Margin, who hns been con- courthouse, by Rev. J.T. Adams. t for some time, is fined to the Kelly Tipton, of Pitts, Ky., able to bo orif again. Miss Mnirgio Smyth, of Fur C A. HnaeirigB, who for tho past and iiaj&freVn saw filer at the nace, were married last week. four years Brodheadnrrjit mill here, has severThe Grand Jury made their ed his connection with tho firm. final report Wednesday noon and B F Hattbn?fof Bowcn. was here wre dieehanred. Thev returned Civil Friday, talking to omo of the voters about fifty indictments The subscriptirin. bridge being erect-- , casesarn hfna tried this week. ed by II. ; C&btree ond others is A.T. Stewart war in Irvine nn ,160 e .Tour-nilio-iit- The Misses Hazelrigg, who started :i Kindergarten school a few weeks ago in the Mount z building, aro having splendid success with their venture, nnd will rnovu in a. short time to n building which isbcingerectcd on their own property. They now have about twenty pupils, several of them beihp in the more advanced grades. The younger pupils, In addition to tho regular kindergarten work, taken primary courso and it is planned to have a course in Domestic Science, for the more advanced ones as soon as thf new building in ready. Both the young teachers are quite competent, anu the succcs3rfny nre having is well deserved. The Juniors Rand is practising regularly, and will soon be ready to furnish us some music. G-- has been progressing nirrgljr Over promlsed.or paiflr "tid the timber for the bridge isnoW on tin ground. It will be completed by next week. neighbor Mr. T. J. handsome new. tCirlr.has just' fiWlb-dsafe. Nd, tlfankV, we don't nepd oruv Some more of the loot from Waidron Johnson's store was recovered n few days ago, when D. K Crowo and W. M Townsend, who ne living on the plaee formerly occupied by the Frazier fambusiness Monday. ily, found another sack of plunder The suck Sfew-iir- t hidden in a shock of fodder. Hurvev Little and Edith visited with the bitter's fa contained a pair of shoes, somea legand other small ther, O L Stewart, (if .Iiiekscin. gings, socks, gloves had destroyed u articles The rals this week. , I urge part of it. Thisjsack was found Chester Gnurley, of Jackson, quite close to where tho one was found i's, attending court here. u week ago. tir he-iii- Hn-mit- ''" 'it 2-- - STANTON STAMTON, COLLEGE, KY. SUBJECT, Home . Missions Oppor(imltlpn That Miimmon us. Johnson: rwinffi; '. v .Kthel .. iJwnM") Reading Lesson i"ic. BiiWtoili . A Students - Admitted - at - any time. One of the Renew CUstes ia the Be&t Schools in Kentucky. will be Conducted tfereugheut Courses In Agriculture and Domestic Science. Common Brasche Term. By pa bg patt of their Exponm in Work, SukUoU stay get Weeks Ratee at the Dprpwtery a low as $1.50 pr For Information Write to Rev. J. C. Hanley, Stanton, Ky. President, this week states that ho 18 well again and carrying heavy work at the Bible College nt Ktniher-tiHeights, Teun. He likes the Bong. 111 Go Where You Want Mo To school fine nnd says that, ho feels do. the fine influence already in his Trayer. lige. Richard is teaching Hong, America. Iioujs a day and making What do we mean by home miceioii flnl.t Xr. Allutrt Jnlmson. good at it. Need of homo miwlen among Mor mons, Airs, JWttH KirK. Tho Irish entertainment at the MRHde lUmraons. Tm, ! 81 College was nno of the best of rianlul K. ft UnVuu-- Vpnnrin. Vlrgel Kirk, Aeto4s-l-2tho soason and was immensely Trio.Judgo & Mrs. Mann A Roxle enjoyed. The writer regrets that Akers. town that night. Our City need of heme mission work. ho was out of IV. J. I). Kiscr, of Lexington, X4 of heme . ihUJw) in the mount- - n specialist on trachoma and otha. Bin, AHee IIammom. Kem. 1 s er ove, ear and iiofo disease, Itilward llatton Cw, ft : will be hero next Tuesday to VjU tlall. t ,'UUia ft turticularly muko an examination of the stu What braBehee r fH Any to CtirMtaH EttOfiMwr, O. E, Johnson. dent body of tho college, Jsnnkon. tv vem Cel. nno desiting to havo an exumt- JaHtWS: 19 ver"lMi KetiHdii. tin tint tnado should be at the UNNHe j.armon. Aet 19 rM-'w ail tm tlrm Ut Mimh Martin. enlleira botweeu tho hours of t) a. V, Liirrhw). 111. and noon as the doctor, will Jwr.l --7 Mm. Kthel return on t in afternoon train. The writer tonic his boy to tho 'hospital lust week where Dr. iictlon, Miah n sev-or1 8- -7 0 14 letter trom Riclinrd Crowe help them celebrate the 78th an- niversary of Air. Williams birth. The duy'was spent in social converse, the older persons in the company relating happenings of the early dayi and historic doings of former times in Stanton and surrounding country. A most delicious dinner was servod by Mr-i- . Williams and altogether a very delightful day., was spent. iioii. 13-- 30 !: M Mr. Williams very modestly and graciously received the congratulations of his ftieiuls. Seventy-eigh- t years! What changes they How diil'er-enhave wrought! in many respects, are the present times! They have been yours filled with labors by (imaged fellow townsman, yet withal, veure of blessing. And Mr. Williams carries his burden of veara with unburnned back and Iiis burden of blessings wth bo We oxtiid coming modesty. cordial congratulations aj.d hope for him many more birthday anniversaries would that 7fct more yeurs might be his lot. t, I HH i'iMES. ANNOUNCEMENTS For Railroad Commissioner. CooperEndorses Y. Wcll-knoH- Wc arc authorized to announce II. G. GARRETT as & candidate for Railroad ComEighteen Years Old missioner in the Third Railroad Commissioners District. Subject The Best Weekly In this Section. to the action of the Republican primary August 7, 1915. A Democratic Newspaper M. C?Al Work n Man Becom- es More Thoroughly Identified With Kentucky, Lexington March 21. L. T. tho philanthropist who electrified Lexington by furnishing, at his own personal expense, the bread that is used in the Orphans' Homes in that city, who established a "Dread Line" for tho indigent poor, and who is conducting an agricultural oxpositon to encrurage tho farmers, whom ho considers tho bone and Sinew of the land, became moro thoroughly identified with Lexington in particular, and Central Kentuckyin general, when ho became a member of the Young Men's Christian Association. Mr. Cooper was waited upon'by a delegation of soma of Lexington's voungmcn.and invited to join the local Yr M. C. A. Mr. Cooper, a native Krntuckian, not onlv accepted tho invitation to become a member, but he endowed the work of one of Lexington's most deserving and commendable institutions. Tlie demand for Tanlao. tht remarkable medicine that is now being introduced by Mr. Cooper to prove bis theories on health, Is now tho biggest things! the kind ever K.o?u,in this section. Tho preparation is accomplishing a powerful Cooper, best-know- n SUBSCRIPTION KATE $1.00 per in advance. year For. Circuit Judge. . M. P. O'MARA, ;,jr 0WNEH AXD PUBLISHER. Wo aro authorized to announce W. R. SHACKELFORD as Candidate for the Democratic nomination for Circuit Judge of the Twenty-fiftJudicial district. Primary election August 7, 1915. h Entcred'as socond-cfas- s mail We arc authorized to announce at the Post OfHco at Clay City, J. JL BENTON, ly.,1 under the Act of Congress o of Winchester, Ky., as a candidate for the Democratic nomination for March 3, 1870. Circuit Judge in the 25th Judicial district. Primary election A HOME-MAPAPER August 7, 1915. DE amount of good among tho thousands who suffer from cntarrh, stom. ach, liver and kidney complaints as well as rheumatism. Hundreds of those who. havo actually used Tanluc talk enthusiastically about the astonishing results tboy obtained from tho medicine. Peter Geiser, living at 412Clif ton avenue, Lexington, said: 'Wbilel haven't used an entire bottle of Taulac so far, yot ,1 consider it tho most wonerful mediciue I havo ever seen. I suffered fori years with stomach and kiduoy trouble. ' I also had headache, indigestion, and attacks of you present oaeh Stinday. ,1. P, Owens our excellent section foreman has been transferred to Lexington. Mr. Owens Ih the best foreman we ever bad here and tho family will bo missad in the Church and many ways. Wo certainly wish succoss.in their now place. Taylor Adams succeed Mr, Owens. ' THURSDAY, Clay City is MA It. 25. 1P15 For Representative. We are authorized to announce A. M. LOWE as a candidate for Representative from this district, subject to the action of the Democratic primary, August 7, 1915. Wc aro authorized to announce T. J. PONDER as a candidate for the Republican nomination for Representative from this District. Primary Au- Wayne Bowcn prescntod his bride to us Saturday and Sunday by visiting his fathers family, J. A. Wayne is a good boy Bowcn. and wo all join in wishing tho happy conple a long and happy life. J. P. Colo who has been making his home for past few months left "My troubles have all disappear-- ' for Portsmouth. 0., Tue6dfy. ed, and I can trace my reniarkablo The W. C. T. U. meels with. improvement to no other cause Mib. Chas. F. Tomlinson Thursdy than Tanlac. It is fine " Maroh 25., at Nada, We .wish Tanluc can now he obtained in more would pet interested ,nnd Stanton from Ilardwick and Co. help in this years work. a "dry" town. That is to say, it is dry in the sense that no liqpor is sold openly in saloon, and the town collects no license fees. In another sense it is a Innji way from bpina dry Winchester, with its saloons, is very conveniently located, and the thirsty ones of our town have no difficulty in petting sufficient "redeye" to keep them feeling Then, too, an occasional bootlegger drops in and inn mines to relieve the drougth for a time, and to make the town more habitable a sprv voting man drops off the train once in a while and hands nti addressed envelopes with order blank enclosed mid aamp affixed, all ready for a money order to'be sen to Winood. 'The many friends of Mis Stella Congleton will bo pleased to know SLADE. sho likes her work. Sho is in training at the good Smarii'an HosElder Joseph Adams of Levco pital, at Lexington filled his appointment hero tbe secOur new post master J. 'A. Bow-eond Sunday. Wo are sorry the is giving satisfaction, and we house was not full to hearth is n, nt advertisement. oerni'Mi. wiMi him success. gust 7, 1915.. Wc are authorized to announce J. W. WOOLERY as a candidate for Representative from this district. Subiect to the action of the Democratic primary. August 7, 1915. Sunday School wiis organized last Sunday. Mrs. Minnie Faulkner was chosen Supt., Mrs. Nettie Trimble affistant, Miss. Annie Bowcn Secretary, Miss Minnie Congleton Treasurer,. We aro counting on a good school ns we usually have a good one at Dundoo Every body invited and we wat Mrs. Lucy Ledford of Wolfe county has moved to the Cash We feel sure by Bowcn property. seeing her and all her family at church that they will be a halp to lit" arid we gladly welcome fuch neighbors Blank deeds for sale af The Times office, 5 cents each. have i ur-- frequently of late. ALBERT EASTER With the object, therefore, of as a candidate for the Democratic procuring peace on the streets, nomination for Representative for the citizens have subscribed to a this district. Subject to the acfund to pay a Marshal whose tion of the Democratic primary, duties shall be to preserve the August 7, 1915. peace of the town, and all good citizens are urged to assist him IUO.iac.Kson l imes, in iloscnh. i ii every way possible, to the end ng a trip of snm nf the Breaththat our town shall have a little itt county politicians to Irvine better reputation for quietness court, the other day, has tho folthan it has enjoyed lately. Mr. lowing to say: UA ride in a Fra'zier, the. new Marshal, com- farm wagon from Clay City to menced his duties Saturday night Irvine, In miles, last Sunday and is giving good satisfaction. was render tolerable by the com Wo hope it will not be necessary pany of Kelly Kash U. 0. Mustek for him to laud anyone in the and Judge Hyden, three versatile "bullpen',, but. wo are. assured gentlemen and a driver who that if it becomes necessary he is could, and did, with unerring !iu man who can do it. precision, hit every rock and mudhnlo in tho road It takes n good driver to hit them all." Health Promote Happinoss. Without health, genuine joy is Tho Wo'.f County News has impossible; without good diges-iomade its appearance from Campand regular howel movement you cannot have health. Why ion, whero it fs1 being published neglect keeping bowels open and by 0. 0. Stamper, ft. Is a very 'isk being sick and ailing! You creditable sheet, and we vi6h it don't havo to. Take ono small Dr a bettor fato than has befallen fCing's New Life Pill at night, in other papers .it I hat place. n Wc are authorized to announce A. T. STEWART as a candidate for the Renublican nomination for Representative for this district. Subject to the ac tion of the Republican primary, on Hie -- irHHtTir lincnming involv. August 7, 1915. ed in a disgraceful fight, such as Wc are authorized to announco chester mill a supply i'iiiii on thf next train, re.idy "celebration" on Saturday night. Of late these celebrations have buen pretty ptrong and the peace loving pfiiple nf the town aro about tired of having to stay at home S itiirdny night for'fearof running into a bunch of drunks We are authorized to announce. B. P. HATTON as a candidate for the Republican nomination for Representative ImcIc from this district subject to the' action of th Republican primary, for a August 7, 1.915. Superior fllover and Hemp Drill Is the Only Practical and Economical ; Machine Hade for Sowing w I over and Hemp in the furrows in the ground a much less quantity of seed can be sown. The plant obtains a stronger and better root and is then able'to stand the hot sun and dronght. A quicker stand and a faster growth because the seed being in the ground, germinates more quickly. One hall bushel of Clover Seed to eight acres will guarantee you a better statid of clover than 1 bushel will broadcasted. 4 of a bus. of Hemp seed to the acre will produce more hemp ' than a bushel will broadcaste.a. By depositing the-seed 3-- . Figure the Saving in Seed Shouldn't you have one of these machines? ' I - Come in and let's tafjk it over. mm ho morning you will have a full, frco bowel movement and feel much better. Helps your appc-h- e and digestion. Try ono to- cleaning I And pressing. night. DRINK RoxaWa "MOBT JHKH wet" am ready te 'do 'your Cleaning and Pressing. Gflod work guaranteed and charges reasonable, Orders left with J. Bloom will receive prompt attention. JAMES WILLIAMS. Grtibbs COR. MAIN & BROADWAY AND uemon WINCHESTER, KY. J NOTICE! 't made 'motion tfl require" each and cv'ery peron or5 voranns against I'ouell Cbiin-t- y tie required to present same to K. II. Fuller, Treasurer of I'owoll County, for payment, on orlieforc the first day of.'April term of the Powell County Court, whioh wifi.be hold April Cth, Thousands keep on suffering Coughs and Colds through neglect and delay. "Why mnke yourself ;nn easy prey to serious ailments and epidemics ns the rcsiilt of a .neglected cold? Coughs and Colds sap your strength and mile's? checked in the' early stages'' Dr. King's New Discovery is what you need the first dose helps. Your head clears up, Powell County Court., MttEQlw.tcrm, Uti.dny of March, 191ft. you breathe freely and you feci This day. appeared In Court, A. ll so much better. Buy a bottle toNorton, County Attorney for i'owoll day and start taking at once Couiityand and his Jnek,. HhJck. Sam, from Montgomery county to Srantoti, where, they will make tiio Ve;ion at he s'tuljlc oJ'es8eTro'e", Uead.tlieir ad and then sees Mils stock before breoilitiii yuirvThare.s.'' . J. Olmso, of Levee, lias taken iiis hor9i,Kuiernld King, .Mr. T. No Uso to Try and Wear Out Your Cold It Will Wear You Out Combs. tUUtvyj Instead. John Scott is erecting a now tenant house on his place. bniler and engine for his m ix mill. Marion Curtis bought live calves from John llniiiinoiis at n John Ctrl is is instill im a new ,,r,vale prjce n I '' . GENET ty More Lajirippe reported in this section tliiuvever before. JI. S.' Mnrjin,. notary publie, anil T. J.PfMidcr, were on Cutt Creel; last Monday on legal IICP3. I Saved Girl's Life "l want to tell you what wonderful benefit I have received from the use of Thedford's writes Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky. "It certainly has no equal for la grippe, bad colds, liver and stomach troubles. I firmly believe saved my little girl's life. When she had the measles, they went in on her, but one good dose of Thedford's made them break out, and she has had no more trouble. I shall never be without Black-Draugh- t," Black-Draug- ht Black-Draug- ht ! busi- - 'V O. K. Urabtree, represontini: targe New;Y.ork Nursery, was ink in: orders j.i niong the farmer? si last. week. Tli AT STUD The fine young bined, horse com- Estill. Tribune lust week inir. The Court being sufficiently advised sustained iaid motion. ft'Ms ordered by the Court that the above 'motion bo published in the Clay Qity Times for one month. A EMERALD KING And the good Jack paid :i glmvinirTespect. to A M. Lowe, of IJosslyh, candidate for representative! from the 73rd legislative- district. The Demo- : to win ami crats ;ue in they can't, fihd'n man in the district MiaP will o lie job nicer than iMuck L6w. lliis-thins- BLack-DraugH- T copy " ' " attest : 7 T;S. Boone- 3LACK SAM .will both make the season of 1915' at the sta ble of . THE WINCHESTER BANK, of Winchester, Ky. $100,000 $200,000 Cnpial Stock Surplus and Undivided Profits N.. in my home." For constipation, indigestion, headache, dizzi- - "J 01 ness, malaria, chills and fever, biliousness, and all similar has proved itself a safe, jgi ailments, Thedford's WILD CAT BRANCH. reliable, gentle and valuable remedy. ig If you suffer from any of these complaints, try Black- II. S. Martin, of (lenet, was fli through hen "one day last week Draught. It is a medicine of known merit. Seventy-fiv- e years of splendid success proves its value. Good for Sj G. R (Jrabtree passed hrough hero Frsday,"senui fruit trees. jsj, young and old. For sale everywhere. Price 25 cents. jjg, J S Black-Draug- ht jj Jj JESSE CROWE Stanton Ky. II. S Martin, roml overseer, will call the. Bos out aho'U Ap rill, and give the road a good $iittiiiiiii SLE at a discount i.f THE QUALITY HAVE Holly Witherspoon, President. Cashier. W.Tl. Sphar YOUR. ACCOUNT SOLICITED craping. There, has been workings in I.J. GHASE Owner. STRAWBERRY POWELL Writers ance. & PLANTS JACKSON this suction nearly every day this week; Seems as though doing there will this summer: Madam Rumor has it that there will bo a wedding in this section in the sprint. We see in The Times the an nouncement of 'B. F. Il.itton for Representative. Mr. Ilatton will make as good a Representative art ever ruent, watt-- elected district a few BIG DISCOUNT Ev rySuitand Overcoat in our splendid ., i ut'all Kinds of Fire, Life. Insur- Fruitjind Shade Trees, and our offering1 of the remarkable v Mamouth Pearl Seed Potato. Send for our free catalogue. No Agents stuck 25 p UR b sing offered Tirnado. Lightning and Hall cent from regular prices. GOODS We are also agents for the Illinois Surety Company and are prepared ti rii a general Bonding business POWELL & j'ACKSOlT Sani Linfile"jackson Powell nttice In Ciurt House Kentucky Winchester W f' ; TRACY UTOKELY Farm and City Real Estate and Insurance. Wo Buy am) Sell Property of nil kinds. We have some nice farms in Clark and adjoining counties for sale or rent. Wnto us f what yon want. '' We write all kinds of Insurance. TRACY AND ST0KELY. Office, Main Street, Winchester, Ky. to Frankfoit. lie. Mauistrate for this, H. F. Hillenraeyer & Sons. years ago tind hitLexington, Ky. record shows that he wus the best Justice here for a many a vear Mr. Ilatton is well known in I'owell coiintv,and also in Estill bavins' lived in Estill county for 15 years. Powell and Estill counties could not lie represented by a better man than Mr. Ilatton. The toot of the fox hunters horn has been still for the past week on account of bad weather, and we mis the sound of the horn. We see in The Times a letter Where to Eat in Winchester and from onr friend.. M..F. Allen nf They will tell you. Nebraska. Wo w'ihIi ho won I'd JONES RESTAURANT get in his Rco Jar and come out Cor Main & Washington. and see us again.. -- Bloomfield Specials are in a Class by Themselves Bloomfieici & Co., North Main St. Winchester, Ky. This Bank Invites New A ceo unts mm Imm On Chas. A. Carrithers, $100 REWARD, be pleased to $100 SNOW CREEK. basis (J efficient service and absolute secuiity tt t e A. Jeweler and Optician, Oraduitc ol Elgin In Watch and Clock REPAIRING. Prompt Attention Ulven to flail Business. Mr. ami Mrs. Dock Martin, of learn tlat there isj Missouri, are visiting the for at least one dreaded disease that mur's uiuther ,lu?re. scienco has been ablo to cure in Mrs. John Scott visiten ner all its stages, and thit is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only daughter, Mrs. Carl Piersall Sun The readers of this paper will 3 per cent interest Faidoii Time Deposits Clay City National Clay On. Bank Kentucky. i IP M positive cure now known to tho ? medical fraternity. Catarrh WINCHESTER KENTUCKY constitutional disease, rea quires a constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is tnken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system, thereby destroying tho and givH. LACY & CO., foundation of the disease,by building tho patient strength ing up the constitution and assist, Reaii ing nature in dointj its work. The proprietors have so much faith in AND RENTj its curative powers. that they offer HOUSnS FOK SALE One Hundred Dollars for any enso S JciTY PROPERTY A SPUCIALTYj .that it fails to cure, end for list of testimonials. Address, F. J; Cheney & .Co., McOdownty,BUg ghotte' rrt ! 1 .11 vf lUwa 200 Toietio; uuio. spiu oy an uniK- 1 KENTUCKY.gists, 756. ' Tako Hall's Family Pills fur constipation. be-in- day. k Miss Pearl Popo is visiting rel atives here t hi J week. Gill, are visiting J. trnd brother their sister, Mrs. Asa Crow, .t Pilot View-Mils Ada llutsoh ?pent Slit nr. Miss Mat tin-Scot- t- ALADDIN MANTLE SrMMKI) I.NOANDUSOKNT LAMP OK L.MI' TUB WoHI.lt tstate day night andunday with Myr-ti- e ! J 1 1 T-- Kerr ut LoLick. Marion Curtis bought a calf from It L. Thomas for $22, and one front Ken Patton for' $25. -. .. .. i. iroui Asu Nibhick Uoiiglit . .. Carl riursull r,fi8. Mr,' and Mr Retter than Klectrio, I'wloe tho Ltsht, on Huirtlie Oil. McM IVoiHiinictil, Mo-C lturns Kcrnm-nt'- . Itellultlo. llrih.Tl (Coal Oil) 1!m.s I.om limit Old filyle lini l.Iglit-- , White! Most Durtiltle, .Most Simplo. i.Ilu Sufi- - ... inoved Dick NHjch froniLWiUioliester inl n Ust rfatifnulory. . I'metieiil. (.'lean, No Odor, Most Udii'Iitnt, I'aiuiiud. liiinraiiit'ftl. No Nnl UImuhiiI fast by Si weck'to lhQTiofviioad C. P. McINTOSH, Distributor. Ulaj 1ty, Kj ' . 'V.J) 6.- - J -- ttt-t. Ctihtrlll. , RELIGIOUS. a num. lanjchurch, Paris, Ky.,11,216; T. K. II. Ritchie will AH his re The Ocoreetowu Times, Mr. authorizing the. payment of w' Rosfdju property dlstrbyod Htmptoh, Clark county, One 2nd hand barber chair, in gular appointment at Oantrill's hnui'inper, has tho ber of claims for ValamHngham; Owen-tobody possession of during the Ambrose-D- . following to sttfof his record in or taken medium good condition; one next Sunday. Kvery Ky $550. The' TfmcH feel Civil war, many of which havo invited to come. foot, a recent issued' large mirror sizo If by J Congress nnd ttfa$ho olalmantB, and in fact the could been ureed bv various solid " fhern (IV Alllivo lots in Mc For Sale.-F- our nd people of tho whole district, owe in ood condition; one good TnoroMitting than tho Senators for over forty years, room be no time leather 8addlc,good as new. As chanicsville, with seven Cantrill a lasting debt of gratitho Times feels that It is not snying hrmse. stock barn, etc. For fur present in whiclmo pay a juai in too much when it attributes their tude' in the passing of these claims. I have no need for these goods repre ther particulars apply nt this buto to Hon J. in the Sav- - a'nd especially after so many of his will sell at extremely low price. in Congress from tho pafsacc.'so far as thoso sentatlvo office. the predecessorr had failed. Tonus, cash or time. Parties in- Kentucky. His onth District are concerned, to for fresh Seventh Distrlctof Go to A. "Not counting pens'on ana claims persistent untiring and competent should write 0. J. Davis terested constituents are to be'congrntulaled fish every week. efforts of Campbell Canirlll backed of a lifco nnture Mr. Cantrill has al upon having a "'representative IP UiIb dlstriot approp persis. by the able assistance of Senator so Bccurcd for Conaiees who buildings amountently" apd capably watches after James. Mr. Cantrill really broken riations for public The ting to $130,000 and included in G3rd Congress. their inUreats. tNo congressman record lnlho Dennis claim, which went to Owen this is the appropriation for the from this dpUricthas ever secured county amounting to 120,500.00, beautiful building which Is now for bis people more benefits than tho Johnson claim, which beinc crcted in our own city The has Mr. CantrilfX- While it is true and comes to this county and totaling Times feels that it voices thu son. that the people have- a right to ex make the tvo claims timcnts of a large majority of its pect of their representative in Con $37,361,419. OATS fow dollars short of 805,000. readers when it extends to Mr. Can: BRAN : gress their best efforts in their be- but a COTTONSEED MEAL Another claim which ho succeed trill its heartiest congratulations. ARE half, it yet .remains a fact "that Mr. OUR PRICES riqut. ed in passim: was one of Mrs. Elinor and commends him as a "laborer always Owensboro Wagons Cantrill 6eems4o'iW'' tho. .only ono of ScottjTcounty, worthy of his hire." Whitney, that in forty 'years, has delivered G. amounting to aG,4CG tho goods. ESS??' & with tho Johnson claim brings over Ah! The Invigorating Whiff of The Pine Forest I S40.000 to Scott county. In ad a .called. 'snieeting of the dition to these, which were the At members Of thd'Uowell's Valley lamest individual claimtiassed M "How it clears the throat and PonticI' nimri'li. lust. Saturday the 03rd Congress, werel$follow- - head of its mucous ailments. It-iu U Turpin was Inc. nitssed at the same time and all this spirit of Newness and Vigor morning Kev. Piney Forselected as pastor' for the balance of tham coming to the Seventh. Dis from the health-givin- g of l he year. Brother Taylor was trict: Mib. Thomas E Arnold, ests brought' back by Dr. Bcjl's Antiseptio".and also nominated, -- and if Brother Frankfort, Ky., $5,015; Bessie All he Turpiu is unableto officiate, Frazier Bothers, JEayette County. healing. Buy a bottle ior new J. A. J40; Catherine McClelland, bay Druggists, 25c. How will fill out the. term. Sewell, Olerkij. T. Potts, early while FOR SALE cor-diallr n, EndorsesWr, "With tho closing of the 03rd otto county, 600; Baptist church, .congress thoro was passed a bill Paris, Ky., $000; First Presbyter. . faMo-tlmf- A. to-M- . lliM-ker'- s j WIRE FENCE. Tuttle, CLOVER and TlflOTHY SEED. , Bedford s k J " HATS! HATS! HATS! JT. Pine-Tar-Hone- y. , hat about that Better come in and select it stock is complete. Moderator D. 11. Daniel shipped another you can car of hogs to Cincinnati this sortment of stylesand colors ana week. Among those bought by save money by getting your hat here. was a bunch Mr. Daniel 23 frum T.7J. Wright that ht averaged 1713$ .pounds and a SPECIALS bunch of nine , from (Jlitreuce GROCERY Estes on liardwiijks Creek. Lard, per lb. 14c Mm. (1. A. nazulrmir. who 601110 Meat, per lb. 14o time agolst the. sight y f an eye Flour, best 1.00 ti.. tU 7vliic!riii nf Hurt ridio in oofiee. F.U.Spl;20o an open grate, had the misfor- ... I.. Fine Potatoes 80 cents a bushel. uiujj it tliue tt lew uujra an-- u ,lw.. hw same grate artificial eye in the Farmers Union Supply Store BenH. King, of Lexington, accompanied by his wife, and Fnuik Keiinon, Mr. uuby, spent Sundaywith his par- nuts. Mr. and MrsJoeJiiug. Alurge crowd iruui here at. b! tended court at WhioheBter Mon day. Easter? our to-da- y. We have a varied as. last-wee- 11 m w A Baby Show ce at the BOOSTER STORE 4 Hardwick and Co.'s Stmi-Annu- al Are You Rheumatio? Try Sloans Tf vou want ouick.and real re do-wh- so lief from Rheumatism, many thousand other ;paopJo are doing whenever aiv.atack comes V A STOCK REDUCING SALE greatly reduced prices. It will pay Make our loss your gain. of this Sale. you to take advantage mention all of the many bargains put in this We can not here 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$10; 12.50 suits at 9.00; 10.00 Suits at 7.00; 7.50 - miiiiiiIa " InilAT with Sloan's Liniment. No need to rub it in just apply the. Lini-moto tho surface It is "wonder nt fully penetrating. go38 right WINTER GOODS at ones 4.50. Boys' Clothing at same per cent. cut. Men's $3.50 to the scat ot trouble an,u araws the pain almost immediately. Get a hnttln nf Sloan's Liniment for 25 c of any druggist, aiid havo jt in the house against twins, oore niul Swollen Joints... Lunibaeo, Sciatica and like ailments. Your money back if not'fsatisfied, but it docs give almostsuistant renei, NOTICE! 2SV Tho p.tttoat Rnhv win r(iv(. n Pftld rlne. and Its mothor wll ro- cclve a dinner seaii'd 10.000 Booster Coupons; .second prize, H.OM Booster Counonai: third orfze.O.OOH Booster Coupons : forth prize, 4,000 Booster Coupong;"flf tli prize, 2.00Q Booster Coupons. .. iYYI . .......'j , una w mo motner oi. eijcn oauy enveren in .li. cunura ...til Iva nl.nn nnd 'also for dinner-s- et ring and coupons, which may be counted a Booster on tho grand pn'zo. To each person over six years oi age wno regwiers Bv uio iutc To each por- the Baby Show will bo given 100 Booster Coupons. hhi nf 4 .IK) or more at the time of registering will bo given i.OOO eatra coupons besides tho regular cou- pons from the purchase. Se.o.Jhat every baby n Booatora, get all your friends to register. community i entered In this contest, nnd get tho thousand the whole Booster Coupons from its mother. Which is the Prettiest Baby In this community? We are unable to tell, nnd woulen't dure to Jell even if wo could. Kvery baby is pretty, no we'll havo to tnko a, vote, on it. During the Bnby Show any persons casting Booster Coupons tor a Booster may writ ooaue oacn oi uie coupons the. namo of tho baby for which ho or she is voting. The baby for which he or she is voting will be given the number of votes indicated On tho faco of the coupons. Kules. 1. Every baby is pretty, therefore every baby may outer this con- tost. 2. The baby show is limited to bubies less than four years of age. 3. Each baby entered umst be brought to tho store nt somo tinio during this show. 4. To oaqh baby who is present at tho store on tlo last nay oi too baby show will bo credited 10,000 votes on teo ring. (This 10,000 votes counts only on tho ring nnuuinnor set for tnat oaoy. anu not ior any ... 1 on-th- Sweet-Or- r & Co., 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 trimHats at your own price. Men's 3.50 med and 1 ready-to-wear 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 mention here. We Iiandle Pidtoral Review dress gains we do not patterns. The firm of WaldVon & John son his been dissolved nnd nil persons indebted laijud firm ro requested to call aK'tho store and settle all accountsiwitli Mr. nl V 5. Standings of babies will bo posted each Monday. Mnndnv. Murc'h 20. and closed Satur Ti.n it Ait v fiONTKST liiu-ln-a day, April 2i, when tho ballot box will bo closod and tho votos counted,, On Saturday closes tuo ono uig ouor ior ireo uoosier uuupons. Take advantage of it for your favorite Boostor. uoosier,; Shoevind Clothing sale continued next week .1..... .UlllII, ... I. WW" liVA ftliu' Ktiei. ....II A Will UIIJIIIMUv iii.d tMoi- - ness. HENUYIWALUKON Wantersvjlle, Ky. WjlEN YOUfcWAWT A SHAVE Mrs. I. W. Williams (THE BOQSTKU STORE) Ok aji? TOIBORIAOT.OltK OaJMIR OUT HARDWICK m & - COMPANY, KENTUCKY. OALL; H. H. ROXA COLA BOTTLING WORKS Mnufactnrfrgofrrrr COLA 1 L STANTON, " PRICE LMrr'SprwoRK ROXA 25c (lair Cut ...... : K : , -- Shnvp-- ' : v.... ?i'f . : AND 10c BEATTYViLLE, OTxIEft .. SCjJET DRINKS AX- -