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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): April 1, 1915 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1915 cla1915040101_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.): April 1, 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. 0 5 r. ft--- - THE M. CIT1 TIME S. Wc. P. O'MARA, Owner and Publisher are Here to Help Clay CtiwJfe Surrounding Country and Ourselves. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. clay oity icr rftcru- - VY ufenM5 of can lio relieved by treutnieut. The others will have to he oper(By P5. 0. Derthick.) ated nn and it is probable that Dr. Kiser will return later and Ilurdwlck & (Jo. are displaying perforin the operations himself. u line of new Easter huts which A district Sunday School urevery pretty thin ear. They will lo held at Olay Oity are mucli more tangible limn tnu Everybody in WHdhtuiiri tlui Imvu been worn in Sunday, April 4. the county is invited to attend tile puat year or tvo. and a banket dinner will ho perv-eA. T. Si e wart has bought thu on the grounds. A number coiner liouAe ami Jot troiii filra. from hero will attend and W. J. Ellie otniili. He will tix it up Vautihn, State Field Worker for and t lieu lie .tiiU nis neice, who Kentucky, will be there. He ik la his ethnographer, will go tu a whole convention in liimpclf. housbkeepiug. and everybody shnulr hear him. Airs. Alolly Hac!. worth and This is not the county convention Miss Phillips came up trutu Clay which will bo held pome time, City lucsday to consult Dr. Kin-e- later. thu spectaliat. The writer was at Index, Morand a niiBl'ur-tuti- e gan county, over Sunday Grunt Fruztur huu the marvelous chance has taken to lull oil ins iiorati lust uigtn, ureuKing Uju Iuiiih nlace since last fall when they over tue Ktieo juiui. tie luia commenced to hold prayer meetleg ings in their homes and u numthere .buine tune Uulore uemg and ne is nutteriug very ber of conversions resulted. A series nf revivals was then held, uiucii. and some of the wildest and h.veryuue in Sluutoti w aasliocK-e- toudtest ytittns: men of the disto near oi ttie uwitit trageuy trict were converted. Some ol wtieiitue House ol Air. Larisou them now hold meetings in the uurueu Uuwn. Every bud should surrounding country and even pay espeoiui aiteiitluu to their some church members were conHues and uiaKU llieiu sale us so verted. We wish such a change luuuy urea are started lroin de- could strike Stanton We think tective Hues thut u. IttVfe worn that we have some church inein- wiiutu Have made safeV lu build-- 1 bes that could stand being ' lug jj uew home tUcV caretui to see that tile dues wert Mrs. Bertie JjhttBon was calluiuue ngtil. ed to Winchester Sunday to see coif-ventio- Four Lives Lost When Dwelling is Burned 'WJIUam Larlson, his Two. Baby Has Bad Fall. Tho little Mr. and L'irl STANTON. . tKVielted our tpwn, in his most awful 1 Joh u.2:13 Jamea, Kogera form, and iff one sweep took four lives 1 Marcus Potta John 4:4' under the! most distressing circumMarie Petitt stances, 'mm'hixlion, his 'two child- ..John 6:5 Dell. Port wood Ucv2: 4 ren. Oliver, age 6, and Inez, agoihiur, . , Dolly Ni'black together with, Mrs., Florence Charles, Bevl-.rHow does the Bihle help u to de- ho hadrbeen kfjpping house for 'the faWily, all loat their lives in n fire that feat the blues? ...Mrs. D..H Matherly By the Children. consumed jt lit! house Uiej occupied in Song What is the connection between cpur-ag- e the south jf nd of the town. and prayer? ..Mrs. K. B. .Mclilono The cause of the lira and the ci renin LNum21:4 ... Carl Mart n stances surrounding it will never mVMl3s 2 Harrie Mucker known, as no one escuped from the Nch JoelMountz 4s lij hou-- e to tell the dctails of tle tragedy. B, M. Metijui o Luke 'J4: 17 All (hut is knowu is that Mr. Larivon 1 low cun we help others to be and the little boy had been at a neigh cheerful? Mrs. Martin hor during the evening and returned I.uko 4 : ..LjdiaNewkirk attorn fc. 30. The fire was discovered Luke 23: 42,43 Simpson Clemmons at out 10' 45.1hiid by the time the near Song j ed neighbor arrived the building'was Benediction: "..Mjzpah. Prayer a inaVs 6f flame. When Messrs, CL-,Hiixelrigg. Frank Newell' and BcfC Iri.zicr rushed to the front ol the Contest. ' hnu and broke in the window, a lnnno ot flames i.nd unoke confronted tor them The post card, content put nu . tla iii, iniikiug it impossible attempt, any iecue. It was not the Booster More I ant. week, wan that anyone; wan. in. th t knTi hnmp?aiid fpriv'iftnts it was ho; : . t. 'Si' .. ! .i.vL.':'Jl?-r- .. ' . iT-the, were all awa, but this hope was." "VST"' n Ui!.eiieu. Alter me root leu 'in qcai i .wora oeinit mnt. uy. The words', Viliiai audthirhre moderated somewhat ef- leaders. fort were made to rescue tho remains, Gpcer Gooda ntojea; w nd " and as so m us the bodies were located uruteti nearlv a thotixatid . tint ' i . . jwai r m an thrown on them. .." . i.itiier war found ndout two feet t the vMtii er. r.elwwinjf ari the. it tut front window, with the body b cjobO to his, left ininiei of thoHn awardfl s o. ue little r.lrl held sulc l.i hud evidently been awaken bv the ;iagea .1Jra Mattin, Kihpl "J pjijn?n ed lij tin Hiin.ke and catching up the Ullie Hoakitia, dil d. hao attempted to get to the win Addie Haielrigj: Wt;pu'ncaB. before reaching it. Tho do , nut wa a few feet from little h. jt. the iied.and it is possible that the father had stalled tu carry them both to the. window. Ihe body of Mrs. Charles, who oocupled a room tipstalra Hardwiejt & Co., the, enter-pj-i8ln- t was found at the foot of where tho ?rchflht of tftnfounre stairwio hau been, and she evidenuy had Hindu an attempt to escape. inwceiyijir their ,Prijbf HJid Ve.-- j few people, except those Hying 8UHiHWHlHiid tlieir "nda" in in the vicinity of the house, knew anyThe Timea for th next fow is. thing uhout the tragedy untiil the fol- sues prinise tu bo particularly lowing morning, and the news created iftttre4iHp to those seeking iood the greatest excitement in town, Hiird-wicWi morchuiidipe. from 0 o'clock in tliu morning till values A0o. are ulwjtys up noon u constant stream of people; both from thexountry and town, were at- arttl fhefr iiim ia t pl'easeevery tracted to the scene, and the bodies, cuRfomer. , laid out In the yard, were viewed by hundreds. Tho remains wore badly charred and it was impossible to. move Twia in th idtst week the tkem and they remained In the yard Idjipaieata of poultry and until the cqHina were made. proda? have so Itaavy (mm The fatlie'atK. children were placed mpoYtfhtT? t'bat a large amount in oue ceWn and buried in thu after goon at liardwkks Creek, a short had tvb Mi for another train. itervicc beiag held at the grave by Iter. D. II. Matherly. Thu body of Mrs. 11 eOHiy and is sarvlvvd Charles was taken to Irvine forburUl, adi Kert CharhM.wplov JjirhHM) was one of the beat Mr, Fawnura Union atare; tier knewn farmers in the county, aad had liretHer, and am ahrte ta tewn about three weeks ajto, mved M befiaTanaeu thetis of having rental a tract of land here, itto ire, ene of as mm9 whioh he kitwMled to farm this u t)M(ttfca(ng that ihe fine wm dofojtive nwr. TM two little tthlldrea www at 4mw eauaed it. whHe tending Miss Haselriffg'a kindefairtH aWjJHrtt' In tlrtMr. LarlMa had MjmKpU that g4e tiehno), and Mrs. Cbartea had he ea; iHiajWtheH fur a drhk A watr and a hvt days Mere the Wagedft mb i letting the hwnla (a. aftor vh ehildrfi. and Mxif phi wrpei there, wtMniiit houw for Mr- - Lrfer. me Mme before I MMaBP7vi for of aw a4' Mr. I'Mfwwi ym eul, UM-ever-, the trwa m was atniaty. dm .kin, mWFv w n w w w ,vra aWut two ytw wkf jf.'V. Larleee hM tnqueata MhHt.Katft Welts. He U swvivd by Mthe IpBUUaUI HaiAlMsULtf 'tt1iiW Cli ff known yet wnethor any internal injuries were.BUuVre'i or not. Dr. mcnt. Martin st,tp.u injured member and ,. . Mrs. Mary B. Petitt Leader the little one is njiiifj as well an By, far the most shocking occurence 'Soiigs, Nob. IS nrid 187 could ho expei'teo in tho history of Clay City occured How did Paul Conquer Din Monday nigt when tho Grim Keaper couragemcnt? . ...D. ll.Matherly, SUBJECT, Conquering Discourage Little Children and Mrs. Charles Perish In Flames ENDEAVOH PKOGRAM DAY FOK SDN- 1015. AIUIL4, Adams fell from an upstairs window of their house Wednesday, vnd sustained some severe injuries One leg was broken near the? thigh, and it is not Mr5t)ee n d Jackson Han Here, one Eastern Kentucky, was here Wednesday. Air. Ilammons is in the insurance and real estate business in the Breathitt county capital, being associated with Mayor Lewis Ha8, butbedoe not contine his ener gies to Breathitt alone, having a ' e.innection all over good ! ihe r ' the state, Mr. of it? J. II. Haramons, the greatest hustlers r, ee Qui-uru- d Jackson still new families a Interesting V at the ivving to ton at t frj-sur- ' -- Mann Manley aughan I" lry d th' lrW 1. ,2: It-I- I anp Ne&GoodsArrMiig 7:30, the Church . ua. .. idlhu and Aluud Buoue her sister who hud fallen and odsiyu this broken her arm. visiting iu Kansosi H.liT weeK. Miss Golden Shackelford was " Dr- called to Fiucastle to attend tt.c r J. D. Kiser, ot Lejtiugton, .v was here Tuesday anu maUu an funeral of her grandmother, Aire. IIUkVOL. . K; Htchie uxaiuinatiuu ui tlie students uhd E. M. Shackelford, who died at V. J. Vauglian Sunday nn'riiing only found eleven 'cases ot tra- Winchester night Only one of these u bud from a fall she received several choma. Youth to days ago. V. j.- "Vaughan caae wnile many ui the owners Ah. John (HiiL'ley) Hard wick Aliases were -- - God Has Spared :Got Church Because: CliriMMI next Sunduv! E'iaii ol Out orrors mr town lust it rent wing qualutaiiLVH with his iniiiiv friends. Prof, anil r hut thu cut-i;it-- a iMtm vee, War Nnilii S.itttri'i. v :.i in .iio k' tb-dat- e 0 O TO calls upon nil enjoyed the liospituliu in Mis. Hurler's home over Sunday. Mrs, John Will .Morton returned Monduy from a week's visit to tier daughter Catherine, in Lexinutoti. Catherine has been promoted to Head of the candy department ut Woolwnrth's. Mr. unit inq yvar of europe. people should go to ohurch and thank god that this country has seen spared war's IP THERE IS ONE THING THAT SHOULD ACCELERATE THE QO TO CHURCH MOVEMENT IT 13 THE OEVASTAT te horrors and prav that it mavi continue to enjoy the blessings of peace. when the co to church movement vy as, started last spring it looked as if this country would be embroiled with mexico. then europe was at peace. this country still boasts of peace. while europe js shaken to its founbatldns by a dreadful war. Who can say That this magnificent response to tjke appeal of the churches to, go to church did not help in 'preserving the peace of this land of ours? god was at the thousands who went tp his temples of worship it is but fair to assume that hi sparcp this, land the horrors of war. plt-ase- o . Mt. .1 tilt n Williams "d eae 9.yr awst t pmtid of tin churches. They are n credit to For A time it looked ns if thev were to Sl'FKKft ATTEND MAJICRIAI.I.Y I'.pOAtr.SK OF DECHEASINO Atfili pif iiligiotK st'iitintont, religinui support for the iliurit'-- , iiTer ui doad in this land. All the people needed waa a remneti r 'llw tiO TO CHURCH itiotertieBt had a small be It gt''w and grow. Itefore the summer set In it waa a ginning Ki;t i re cnmtMunitiri nro.o its one persea and went to iiurl'ti 'It i it tti'igliinoiitl repou-e- . Title country (He count rv. visited relatives in Winchester two ilu.s this week, Tho riiiilips. Stone bai.ltrHHt-stocwas auctioned oir to Arrs (Jut run and Drake, of Campteu, who will continue the bustae at the aid stand. We are g4utl to welcome those two new wed to our uowu and predict ttat thoy will draw their akara el tho trade, They are old and total hands in the merchandise basilicas. tri i;r. dd aa 11 Nrx.Wt '. w hU prM)ii three hrtrthM, LfHiis, UaM'Md. firms t and nu U4r, Mf. MsKat IJuialaUH. 'Ma. d(w4 wu buere J'rWHfe uj'i IJf-ar- k. im marl mm atA ifcfcA. wKtM 'Kk afw pv 4vli km tMssl im itm ' iJui ilj)A ajSLfi uAi. araraisr 11 Wpi;ri H. c i Uf it V 4'' vor i like id see mix fltid . Anic $ tour wife GO TO CHURCH. Yea your daughter UU 10 UliUKUn. Or man you like to Me your sweetheart QO TO yewrself, Jas. It. Hal), of Lexigtef wm here over Sunday, geiag w Ntir-ren- t Monday werniag. for Oeed g.fg-a-- sad they will glaiJiy feUew your AU AUMal '" BarWrific' Try wV In lk tXi BIH1 She wi it bl.. w u . V nvHVi PVV4iaV iaI 4ifC Tli . V v- V) I s. i: THE A Democratic TIMES. Newspaper ANNOUNCEMENTS For Railroad Commissioner. We arc authorized to announce H. G. GARRETT . as a candidate for Railroad Commissioner in the Third Railroad Eighteen Years Old Commissioners District. Subject to the action of the Republican The Best Weekly in this Section. primary August 7, 1915. SUBSCRIPTION RATE $1.00 per year in advance. M. P. O'MARA, FroihJRemotestl Parts of World Famous Medicine, lTai 7ac, brawsjngrcdlents' From; Distant Points For Circuit Judge OWNER AND PUBLISHER. Entered as second-clas- s ter at tup Post Office mail matClay City, Wc arc authorized to announce W. R. SHACKELFORD as Candidate for the Democratic nomination for Circuit Judge of the Twenty-fift- h Judicial district. Primary election August 7, 1915. L. T. Louisville, March Cooper, the man who electrified tho large cities with his philan Clark Circuit court. damages from the l.&E, for in Rev, Peal wllltflll Ills regular ap. juries he sustained some months poi.ntment at Sand Siindav. ago by falling from llui jied th'iii place, visit Hawaid Witt, of River bridge jujt nbovo towu. ed Mr, and, Mrs .('hijilie Moore nt 11 1 We arc authorized to announce ' Berry Hall has located in Bour-J. M. BENTON, at bon county. Mrs. Hall is visiting,) of Winchester, Ky., as-- eandidrifte Ivy., utider the Act of CongrcES of . her mother, Mrp. Curtis, at for tho Democratic nomination for y chester. March 3, 1879. Circuit Judge in the 25th Judicial district. Primary election medicine, Tan lac, came froHi Mrs. T.S. McKinney and daughAugust 7, 1915. irmnyv yf,nilp pecUpns; .of the A HOME-MAPAPER. ter, Miss Laura, visited Mrs. Geo. '' globe. Tho Alps, Apenines, W. Bush at Vanghns Mill Friday .' For Representative. ..P.vrepees, ;l(ltisian, Asiiij Ja.ni THURSDAY, APR. 1. 1918 Evorett Harrison, of Cailowayti Wc are authorized to announce aicn, Brazil- - West Indies, MounCreek, spent a few days with his -- "A, Ms LOWE RockycMoun-tains- , tain Stateimeur the uncle, James Harrison, lost wcek.v Representative Asia Minor, Persia, India, An American submarine, the F--i, as a candidate for suj)jecto..thcL from was sunk lust week oil Hono- action of the Dcmocratio'pnmary, .liussin; England, France, .Germ Elder J. T Turpin with Elder any, Alexicn,'.Uiilnnil)iH Ht,d pern lulu, in the Pacific ocean and her August 7, 1915. P N. Taylor alternate, has been were among-.the- . poipts Ijq mencalled to the care of the Powells crew of 21 men ull perished. This We ore authorized to announce tioned as furnishing the ingre- Vallev church. is tlie first disaster in years to an diem for the premier-preparT. J. PONDER American submarine. Services will be held at Salem ; as a candidate .for the Republican Hon. again Sunday and hereafter, each nomination In his principal laboratory, the for Representative , A.lioadlint) tu Sunday's Lex- from this succeeding Sunday following tho District. Primary Au- roots, barks and flowers or the ington Leader Pay a that more gust. 7, 19151 -. first Saturday. "inedieine. in in nmdn.isasFeaibl; .,t 8POUT. IFRINQ.' candidates are wanted by - the ed under the nflflBfcdirectinn The little five .year old daughter Republican party forStateolIices: "We. are authorized to announce Mrs, Joe Barmi? hu Jienhv vVj ' of a German and nf Mr and Mrs Tommie Crow, It requires an awful lot of pres. J. W.WO0LERY ick fot several days, ski'llfullv died last Burial atJacksons ure fur a candidate to come out as a candidate for Representative from this district. Subject to the biL'h wii ar 'Iuclbtn Fields (!hpel Saturdav. i lie Republican ticket to what jg on Asa Todd he in convinced is certain ilefeut action of the Democratic primary. ' Now in Democratic ei roles, tneir August 7, 1915. is no deartli nf candidates, as We are authorized, to-- announce they know r ciiininee is almost B.'P. HATTON sure of bis nltice as a candidate for tho Republican nomination for Representative, "Henry Boswnrth. candidal! from "thir district, Rb.foct to the for i lie Democratic. Humiliation notion) ofthe "Republican primary. x '.K" for jiiyeriu ir, ' w'jjf rr evofy AtteruOi Jni5. county in Lustern Kentucky,7' We are n'tthnHiod to announce was iih statement made in LexA. T. STEWART ington yesterday iv A. (J Sears, as a eandidnte. for the Republican a prominent lumber dealer, .who nomination for Representative ior is jut-- back t ri mi a trip to the this district. Subject .to, the fac.mountains. Mr. Sears was ac- tion of the Republican primary, companied by Mike Courtney, a Ai'mist 7, 1915. prominent lumber dealer of WinWc arc authorized "'to' aHnourtcc' chester, who. stated. Clark county ALBFRT EASTER wiid solid for Ueiirv Boswnrth. ' as a candidate for the Democratic, Le.Mimtotl Herald. - "Vit.ho.n,t..ref lectins on., either nomination for Representative, for. this district. Subject to the acgentleman's integrity, if Mr. tion of the Democratic primary, Sears' information bus no better August 7, 1915. foundation in fact tliaif Mr. Courtney's, brother' Henry bad thcitr strength, but often leads to better not count any of those inure tturiuus aumcnis. vpy counties in Eastern Kentucky " riilc? Vou don't liave to. "Dr. King's New Discovery is just the Winchester Democrat. Practiciilly tlie same cin be rcntedy your Child needs It is made with soothing, hcalng and said of Powell county. Mr. f I 11 antiseptic balsams. being one of the least talk- check the Cold and Will quickly soothe your ed of candidates in the race for fluid's Cough away. No odds the Democratic nomination. how bad the Pough or how long " standing, Dr. King's New Discovery will stop it. .fy's, guaranteed hearing; of the Just get a bottle from your DrugThis Fence and keep th& chickens any kind of ffvu men indicted at Irvine for gist and try it. the murder of Houston Under where you them. . times as long ..as Poultry, CALLOWAY'S CREEK; wood, was completed last Friday, and the eases were transferred to cost you less 'money. tlie same urii.r Ui.liMl t'iitf(" his ninilo the Clark Circuit Court, where Mr. and Mrs. Oseur Boivman lest tliey will betried before Judge fenoe a Benton. Bail was r'fuscil T. Q. s visiting M'sn Nellie MHruWn very desirable, Yard or Garden Fenoe. We" th.e 50 mch and Wallace am) Frank Clianey, ie.M.-- If i'hI rtnt i fr at Witt "Sjfir while the others were admitted 58 inch 40o and 56 pejvrod. , r to bull in tho sum of $2000 each. ingi this wv'ek, Rohert Witt. f Witt Spring'! Is poultry proof. Come In nd let you'a: real fence visited Walter and Bakunt ('roiiclf? William We has filed, suit in for' ijilo.OQO Saturday night and Kumlav.' . DE 'un-faiilig: this-distri. thropy, health Iheoriesand tncdi. ciu'fyjis now meeting IVtiiidrcda daily in Louisville and explaining tho nature of Ilia celebrated preparation, 'I'm nine. To of friends at Tbje Seelbach, whero he is stopping, Mr. Cooper stated that the medicinal elements or properties, which ;go :tq mako up,', his shown by tho uniform proparn. tion, Tnnlnc. In sterilized bnttlep, made expressly for tho purpose, Taulac is "placed, labeled, inspected and then shipped out over tho world whero tho doinand requires. Mr, Cooper, having made an extensive 6tudy of Catarrhal affections, was asked' to express himself upon that subject. lie saiil. ''Most of the stomach, liWrand kidney troubles are due almost entirely to a catarrhal in flammation of those organs. The constant- coughing up of . so-ca- lled - Tuesday ot"a business mission T. 8. McKlnney visited his bro- ther, D, McKlnncy at W nnhiulrV last week. Mr. and Mrs. Moses MoKInneyV visitod relatives nt Irvine Sunday. " ii Geo. W. Paslev. Berry Baruett nnd Asa Barnctt were nt Irvine Monday. , ; -.r- W. L. Byrdnntl Squiro SholtonJ" McKinnoy were in Winchester lasfe Mondar. was hero ri. : . . a- mucus, dull, throbbing headaches pain in the pit of stomach, and thewpersistent susceptibility to cotmhs and "colds, are common symptoms .from which eo many sutler. "Tanlac, the .preparation I an introducing' to combat this condition, preserves your health, gives you renowed energy, brightens your" spirits, lengthens your life and is an unmistakable, cOhifort to Hie thousands who sfffer from catarrh nnd its , distressing consequences.." Tanlac can now be bought in Clay City at Eston and McGuiro. and in Stanton at Hardwick and Co,J. exojiisive agents Rouben Tipton, of Winchester; ; ) tho latter part of weelr with relatives. th. . - -- I 'statr jButte uJBbTthe -- -- w,-ek- . 1 1 ! v1 ! f ! Bos-vort- h is is -- a rence, not a Netting 1i XT A Strong and all Important Distinction will turn I stock want irylll last ten Netting and at tim'ewillr cairoS; srjetohfil t&e the heights at j This making it carry ' v-- n us-shov- that 1 Rico Station Saturday Oicar night and Buvvmnn IS. Grubbs jj, COR. MAIN & - AND .jjtv 'jr Benton ft- Your Child's, Cough is a Call for Sunday. Mr. l)mi- , aiidr Mrs your vMwl MtUJ j)lr?V. 'Wilt ''V. '''"';' '?;fS' M p. - WINCHESTER, KY, I f 0 $100 REWARD,$100 - - - C:.:-..-v . The readers of this piipcr will be' pleased to learn that there is at least one: dreaded disease that; science has been able to cure, in nil its stages, and tint is Catarrh. Kail's Catarrh Cwc is the only positive cure now faiowiu to the medical' fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional disease, requires a constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken in- ternally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system, thereby destroying the V 4 - jz- w ... foundation of the disease, and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work. The proprietors have so much faith in its- curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure, end for list of testimonials. Address. P. J. Cheney &- Co., frieiidrhurei' Toledo. Ohio. Sold by all Drughire. Eliza- Crow and'1 Millie gists, 75c. Kinp, (it Eight. Angle,, spent a Take Hall's Family Pills for few days with Mrs. 8. B. Kerf constipation. lie past week. Old Papers .for .Sale at The Misr Allie Snow den and. Mr. Times Office. John TIu'Iiiur, of near this place went to Winehehter Friday and wpre quietly tuarrit-d- . Their THE WINCHESTER BANK, inun IniMKlB winh them u lon of "Winchester, Ky. and luipjiy life. $100,000 Capi al Stock MIhs Alwildla Crow, died at Surplus and Undivided lier Imiiie near here Sunday, and $200,000 Profit theremu,iii8 were taken to the N. Holly Witherspoon, President. family grave yard iit ited Kivc Cashier. Bridge Tuesda.ufor tiurial. r W. Tt. Sphar H8tei8 ihkI one' brc leaven 70TH? ACCOUNT SOLICITED. to mourn the. loss; . I Umiel made a btisinuxs trip to have more new members Chimney Top Inst week. wnru added Inst meeting, making a olilic,vtlio littlo daughter of Ttie W. l'. T. U. will nieot with total of twelve, hut we need 5(0 to Mrand-;.Mrs- . Gahe Fiigate, thi end of the Mir, Harry Sliuttnek at tfrnh on Hght the evils-isovero burns when l hursday, April 8. We hope to comity. her;clotlie caught fire while Mie wasBfaiHling by a (iroplace. Mr. Asn Kerr viBitcil friends (Jrace Ashley, who wna taken at Winchester Saturday nnd to tlieJioepitiil and underwent an Sunday. operntibtv for appendicitis, has Itev. J. N. Oulton, of Richmond,, filled liis regular appoint- returnedhnnip, and is now nicely. says Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., In ment nr. the Baptist Church horo writing of her experience with Cardui, the woman's Tlby; Robert Smyth, of Radical, Sunday. tonic She .says further: "Before I began to use Ijjrcaclied here Saturday and Sun Cardui, my back and head would hurt so bad, I Misoea Ida and. Janie Williams : thought the pain would kill me. I was hardly able spent. Sunday with Miss Alta day to do any of my housework. After taking three bottles Mr," ana- Mrs. Robert Ashley, Stone and atteinlud' church-hereof CarduL I began to feel like a new woman. I soon have" been living in Ferry gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework, Mr. Triio Junloii, of Iron who some time, have as well as run a big water mill. Mnutid, visited relatives here county .for 1 wish every suffering woman would give their old home hern and the past week. will farui 'l'if sninmer. .Miss T. J. Vivinn ha? returned Cnnrtnc Campbell was here tu her home at KHilville aftur a Tuesday, .on buplnecw. uleauitt visit; with relatives and PDLOT LOQLICK. (Crowdwl out last week.) Miss Tjulhli Korr of ' Snow Creek, vifiited her cousin, Miss Bessio Kerr,, Saturday and' Surt-da. Tf io It Always Helps - Simpson Hall is on the rick list Mr8,sIiydia last week. NEST. Fartrfers are getting ready to ptnrt the ball milium as soon as the season opens. anch, visited hi , CARDUI The Woman's Tonic ut Mullens, of Loin-bard.'w- visiting relatives here a trial. I still use Cardui when I feel a little bad, and it always does me good." Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness, feelings, etc., are sure signs of womantired, worn-oly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's tonic You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing women for more than fifty years. Get a Bottle Today ! ,M Berinie'Miillens, of Gm.vb Brfather, G. M. .MhIIpor,. Saturday night. the air from Hawks with the odor of a hat is soon to be tn BIG DISCOUNT SALE in our splendid stock s hbmg offered at a discount if Overc-at UWELL & JACKSON Blank deeds for sale r Times, office, 5 cents each. - ie ":: V- - Writers ut all Kinrts nt Fire. Ute, Trnadr-- . Lightning and Hill Insurance. We. are also agents for' thf Illinois S: reiy Company and are. pre f rr. t. di :i general Bonding bus) POWELL & JACKSON S;i"i W o see more rom . points in jUitor will be i will help to jut of the rut I'd in for so Evejrv Suitand 25 percent from regular prices. GOODS HAVE THE QUALITY OUR bined horse Bloomfield Specials are in a Class by Themselves K Spencer had a jlurdiiy. A J6ne.xarid. a nice r P well ntcc 1 Winchester Llnville Jackson in Cnrt House Kentucky EMERALD Bd And the good Jl Lee Bloomfield & Co., North Main St. Winchester, Ky 3LACK SAAi TRACY ohil family went to hop ChPStnutvSu'.iday. mi . OTOKEL! Real Estate and Insurance. We Buy and Soil Farm and City Property of all kinds. We have some nico farms in Clurk and adjoining counties for sale or rent. Write us what you want. We write all kinds of Insurance. TRACY AND ST0KELY. Office, Main Street, Winchester Ky. wilf both make the sea son of 9 15 at the stable of 1 , .4ts Howell preacied a deririon. J. A; Rogero and O. F, Rogers bave.a nice, lot of ground turned tpady for corn. ' t : JESSE CROWE V J Stanton Ky; I. Jt CHASE Owrter. STRAWBERRY PLANTS air ana airs. Mim urane give aeandy- social" to the young folks I'ridav night. A flno ttme was reported. - 4? This Bank Invites New Accounts 0i the basis 3 per cent f l Chiirlib Uroodward went to Fin-tow- n I Sunday "on business'-- ' . of efficient Fruit and Sha4e Trees, and J . ft. Rogers and Tom McCoy are attending Jail the meetings at Chop Chestnut. - Chas. A, Carrithers, Jeweler and Optician, Oraduitc ol Elglo In Watch and Clock REPAIRING. Prompt Attention Olvea to flail Buslnefg. our offering of the remarkable 'Mamouth Pearl 8eee! Potato. Sead lor ourj .free catalogue. No Ageeta H. F. HUlenmeyer I service and absolute security interest Paid on Time Deposits r BLADE. Lexisea, & Seas. Ky. WINCHESTER KENTUCKY Married, nt tle residence of the bride's father, 'Wm. t.edford, laBt Thursdav. Edward IIde i'o' Misg Nannie. Led Tord, the ceremony be- inj; performed o.v KevvO, tiarrison. NVe wish them of Wolfft,county." happiness, ,. Clay City National Bank I Clay City, Kentucky, f ALADDIN MANTLE Standaiio Ikoandi;80knt Lamp or Hotter than Klcetrlo, Twice the Lllit, on Halt the Oil, Most Uelfable, Most Durable, Most Practical, Brighest Light, LAM -- r ft fv ::. - . ? . - J. H. U0Y & Real Estate CITY PROPEKTY CO;, I Dr' 'John'oi), of Sunton, was called Friday- - to sei Mrs. Win Led ford. She iSjiroprovlnir. J, P. Owens, sold Mrs. Ewen one cow. Price tOQi. Mr, Stewart, we read your an npuncement.in Tio Times, hut we toeticu one very important subject left out, How do you stand on ealhia "Whisky"? We this uubj would like to hear from, our candt l i i il jhk Womu " tiOUSUS FOH SALS AND RBNTt A SPBCIALTYt llumd Kerosene, (Coal Oil) Uses Lees than ' Jinjilo, "Whitest Llghj Safe No NoIbu a' 1 Wkere to lat im WtoefcigUr and datw oh this question. Show your Mc- - JOKM eolew... Must Satisfactory. ' Clean, No Odor, MostEflklent, 'ateiitudi . Guaranteed7 Elegant, Corge Faalliiicr and Alviu -- is ' t v I. , . i FIRST TO DISCOVER UXTUfcN SPEAKER CLAUDE B. TERRELL IS SEEKING NOMINATION BY DEMOCRATS FOR TREASURER Trimble County Man Submits Candidacy to Voters in Primary of August 7, Upon Record of His PuMic Services in General Assembly. . Hagan & Walters, WINCHESTER, KY. World Owes Deep Debt of Orstltude to g Joseph Priestley, English Ctargyman. Oxygon was discovered HO yearn ago. .oeph rricstley. a uiwuttng English clergyman who hnd turned scientist, obtained the hitherto unknown gap by igniting mercuric ox-il- e. Tim oxygen he thus produced he called "deplilogisticatcd air." He and Benjamin Franklin had often discussed thn mysterious composition of air and water. No one up to that time had. determined what clement it was in both which so invigorated the physical energies of man. It is said that Priestley made his actual discovery of the oxygen while exper imenting in a brewery near his home in England. He spent the last fen years of his life in the United States, a vo'ir 'nry exile. ay h monument stands in Ernf-- i commemorate Priestley's 1 e alive he could read t(J of lives which arc saved of t is r result of his work. Oxygen is he only gas cnpa'ile of supporting i'C'',irn'ion, and is repeatedly used 'lie sick ennffier to pull a patient through n erisk Mel nets equipped v'tli ovyen ataehments enable the' ;'' er to vo to ocean depths, the avia-- 1 tor o iif id. into rarefied air. tlio nd n dense smoke, and "n l rc .xr Td into mine3. So wide are its uses that ' j some 4,000,000 cubic feet of (hi are bo t'cd in the United P4 crv vcar. dis-Ve- re i gas-filled j Wc are Prepared to do All kinds of Machine Work Doth heavy and light Abo weld broken cam'ngs or any metal that will melt, and make them as good as new. : Smoke Stacks made to Order. ALL WORK GUARANTEED -- : Give Us a Trial and See How Quick We Do The Work. .IN HAS TWICE PRESIDED OVER HOUSE I . RICHMOND, KY. V..i.d in nil Public Schools of tjtute Ccrt.ui utc.-ispecial Coarsen and Keview Courses. Tuition 1'reo to Appointees. Two splendid dormitories, new mod'l ECliiml, new manual training building, practleo department of agriculture, a well equipped Dnmest'o Science. First Term begins ryniiiasium. SeptemlHT 7. 8"cond Term November 10, Third Term January 2S, FourthTm April 6, Bummer School opens Juno 14, Catalogue Free. j. G. CflABBK, PrraMeat. A TRAINING SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS Courses Irn"-- ;! .to Domcntarv, Intermediate and Llfo Ken-luck- y. Pf; - wlk "we fii DANIEL BOONE AXLE GRtAS And don't have to grease but once a week. SSSE li 4 VjMgJv . END'Y OF THE Made in Kentucky fay CIIAS. G. STCLL OIL CO. Lexington, Ky. C.hrrlt thn Ee, G HiuV That Insei ! ssssiv jliiiiiiiiHIH Mr. Terroll has for qulto a number of years been a member of tho Board of Trustees of the State University, X For A. v A! ways Consiejr QUALIT QUJ'.-r- when buying Silverware. fi The Place to Buy 1 I I li 1 I You can't prevent an attack of Rheumatism from coming on, but you can stop it almost imme diatcly, Sloan's Liniment gently applied to the fioro joint ot; muscle penetrate iu a few niinutcH to the taflakicd spot that causes the miir. It soothes tho hot. tender, Lexington, and has taken an active In tho conduct of the University, and shown much Interest In all educational matters that camo before the legislative sessions over which he j. 'errell Is ono of tho best presided. Ho bases his candidacy for A the younger Democrats, who State Treasurer on his experience icon actlvo. In politics, and pub- - generally as a business man, and befo during the. last few years, and cause of his knowledge of the 'State's .ujoys an acquaintance that covers financial affairs through his service la V 133-13K Mair St., LEXINGTON. 5 evnry section of Kentucky. He la a the General Assembly. He presents his candidacy briefly In farmer, merchant and banker in his homo town. He lias served the Trim- the following card: ble and Oldham District' In the Gen- "To the Democrats of Kentucky: "I will be a candidate before yon eral Assembly of Kentucky on three occasions, .twice, without op"nsllon, In 'he Democratic State primary on and "serving at two sessions ns Saturday, Aiicur 7, next, for the I ?"leaker of th'' ""80 of Re:resrnta- - mmlnatlon for State Treasurer. iimi my CMmi icnm iu lue paai liv Islatlvo capacity, as member Mr Terrell first entered State poll- - I' n S iniker of the House of Uepro" tlesln the memorable tejrUtatlve i conrst.sentntlves, i has broufht me closely In slon of 1000. n,hen Ho was a' touch, with p'ibllc affairs of KcnturUy was before tlia' bodjt member of th' It a Committee of and the needs of the State, The a m AtAftMrt tho House, one 5f thf most important Treasurer, besides thp duties directly uo piauti my yuuin .guuus us l positions at that time. ,cnd In .the connected with his department, is a fiihcnatorlal contest, following th member of the State Sinking Fund 'DISTINGUISHED EDUCATOR. flrsas'slna'tlon of Governor Gorbel, hi Commission, which has general chnrra you value e of the "nanetnl affairs of the Sto'o, was a member of the- - Stec- - lnp: of the Den ortatle organl"a-tlo- and a mcmb-- r of the State Board of Dr. Woliert Kmorv. an cducatqr.of Ho was one Valuation In the icwer Hoi-s- r and Assessment, whU'i note and one of the early prcsidf-money. for of the flv) men of'hat Indy who Txeg the franchise va'itcs of corpem-Hop- s of Dickinson col!- re. was born !vi kent Its reeo-t- s Intact durlntr 'h-- ' e for nurooses of taxation. years ago jn Philadelphia. (t i. my .public exnerlence as a bnl.' He wui .when W S Taylor provented" the eon of (he llev. .lohn Emory, ; eral Aanio1y from mee'tln mi ! "an and lepla'ator rjuallfes bishop of thp Methodist Episcopal Capitol, and preserved those ii'o.oida for the duties "which are to be in two boards, as th's church. Robert Emory wis grnduaf. so that they were later upheld In thajfoiraed on these, j ox"erlenre has given me an Intimate courts of Kentucky cd from Columbia in 1831 ana" for Mr. Terre'l came baek to th" lru- - knowledge of public affairs and Rtwo years Studied 'law. He held the elative session of 1912, and becai f q 'alnted me somewhat with the needs chair of nnciedt languages, in Dick- his ' formm experience was easTy 'f the State. If chosen for this ifflco, inson college from 183-- t until 1839. elected Speaker of the Houso. lie It Is my purpose to give my entlro waa. rcturnon py his uistrict to tne ume ana attention to it, to mo cna heitniguuig nr wie laner year bo successfully of lflu. Oldham - KENTUCKY j (ome a Methodist minister. Into184'i- i MMinn setting aside thoCountv Dom.lthat Italways retain myconducted. InI WALTERSVILLE, Interest custom of shall ocrats he retnnicd to his professorship at rotatlon In order that ho might be' the further development of the ' ttlus J?al'y honored., and ho .was tlonal system of Kentucky, and ray In 1845 ho was Ullyl, reflected Jto the Speakership without! desire to see It becomo a perfect of 1 i.10 college and contm-opposition fa tho Houo. As prosld- - lew Is. one of the reasons why I tied to serve in that capacity until lug ofteer f;th lower House ho had should like to bo a member of th t Rkeumatiam Yields Quickly t08woolcn feeling, and in n very his death, with ottaHniont of) next Bute administration. ' short time, brings a relief that is was visitingwhich occurred wliilo ho rau.eb. U do9,Itloutheduring the aos- - "1 rwpecuuny solicit your support. Sloan's in the city of Baltimore 'wp1!4. almost unbelievable until you ex- iu 1848. "CLAUDS TERItELL." stoiM of 1U asd 1IH. Unrivalled. and DUlinclion of Design, our Silverware When in Lexington be sure to call on us. Vidtor Bogaert Co., TV Hal'mark Store, our Goods Desi zribins a enemy of the gy; tury Ma, gazine, ! speaks of .this naior asiioiiow One of the. t. tions is an act. tiger iu the motl terrible creuturo i of intrepid ferocity, hog is a beast of moe titc. The green beetlt ten, time his weight in caterpillars in a single . ready to repeat that porfoi the morrow. His two seasons of active lit n wild orgy o slaying and 'feasting. His span of mortality includes' a mere fortnight of larval lifoand two brief summers of adult existence, representing, less than five months of activity altogether; but during thai time he will normully devour nearly fiStV gypsy moth caterpillar?, or pupie, as large as himself. A single pair of beetle have been observed ti cat two thousand caterpillars within eight weeks gluttony almost beyond lielief. f CLAUDE B. TERRELL. March 25. The Terrell, of Trim-todaannounced himself for the Democratic noml-Stat- e Treasurer In tho Iry of August 7. noxt. Ho an actlvo campaign for tho KY.. 'audo U. y part rir ses-'an- ft where get the best Coni-.mltte- n your - I.b-'lov- Try This Store For Value ' s- - Henry WaSdron cduca-Dickinso- perience it. Oct a. bottle of Sloans Liniment for 25c. of any Druggist and have it iu tho house against Colds, Sore and Swolcn Joints, Lumbago, Sciatica and like ailments. Your monoy back if not satisfied, but it. docs give almost instant relief. a ptri operator nt Jaeksoa, died the fnmi rnnurpssmn'n J, O. 8inday morHlnii on the passenger Cnntrill. irnl long as the supply t ;whlh' M a'fcj taken to- Lexl lasts we will give a package, con, fer spwe tiae.V' tajninK five varieties, to caclr subi , . scrilier, Comcearly. her depoeltc'ra of the defunet walrpr Hrafn, Ti R gard-feed N0TICEI reuidvprf a xack of We have George Alexander hank at I'-v- i for- - werepald an udditinnal - i rh f - een let week, This makes a total of 331 Pi cent that they hn s' received Be far. ' 4 . ; Adyertige in The;Tme. .:' v?" -- 5SA-. - ":'-t.- - ,..' I ' -- "ft j 4 My '' An TO Letter COUNTY-- : 1 : THE HOUSEKEEPERS OP POWELL Have you ever " noticed the way that the prices of raer- - chandirsedropped in Clay City immediately started business here, " soon as our pricesi became . andouh5ln(fH's still, and the business has grown by leaps growirigmalnly because, our prices are low Our .Knov h after the Farmers' Union Most" certainly they did drop just as ' '"' ' Other merchants try to com- pete'. with us,, but after seveaOK years of charging any prices they pleased, they-find- , it hard to .cone down to our prices. : . ' duality of our goods AIThe jB.ame time .ye pay the.-farm- eV a higher price . Cor what he we be- - ft Of. cou r 'se make as " much profit but this - lieye." in, theiHo"ttp, ".ly am Think of when or- - - . .fig - .iaering'. your supplies ri'Jlarilc, Kennon, MP ION SJPPLY CO.. City,-Ky-. ..; - 3 r,t- - : f1 The changes made in tlio (Jlay moved back to Crab Orchard, CLEANING AND PRESSING. National Bank recently, where thoy will farm this r James B. Cann, was Iiuyo uddod greatly to the appearI am here dunday Mit Lily nrid Mqry Wnto ore ance of tho interior of the build- Tho three now houses being ing and ready to do your CleanPressing. Good work Mr, Tebbau, of Heidelberg, ana bn8" ellvriii. goods, which the ing', asrwell as tnakiiiK it more built by the L&E accomndiite guaranteed and charges reason tf Cincinnati firw. w.no nf K iiL ..t sold for convenient for customers. some of tho workmen, are Hearable. Orders left with J. Bloom Mr. and Mrs: J. E. Wallace and the gueais of Missca Nance and ing completion. Th'.varo beiny will receive prompt attention. Day Daniel kiled.a 1'ino beef Belle Heironynius Saturday and Kon, of Lexington, visited Mrs, built to accomodate two families JAMES WILLIAMS. Wallace's mother, Mrs. Henry Saturday mid had no trouble dis Sunday. each, and were li.nlly needed, as posing uf it before night. Sniitsnh, over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. F. U, Snowden vacant houses nr- b coming very Old Papers for Sale at The Henry Stnjtspn.Ulint, Combs and .1. W. Daweniij one of tho scarce in buye returned' to their home in Times Office. Springfield, Ohio, after a two wife and ye scribe and better half prominent traders nf Clark visited Preston Combs and family coutify, was here Monday, and months visit here; Sunday. called ut this office to renew his Miss Ophelia Kincaid returned subscription to Tho Times. Mr. W. A. Curtis returned Tuesday from Lexington. to his job wfth the carpenter gang Dawson wub raised in Powell Mike Hunahau is quite ill at his county and still has a fondness on the railroad. ' home here. for tho ok! home. Last woek he Mr. J. K Wallace and Mrs. II. frelobrateo the The Literary Ulub dosed Thurs twentieth anni day nigbi after three ruoutbtf inter' tiraitBon were gueitts of Mrs, C. G. versarr of bin niarnace to Miss Curtis Sunday ovening, - any - Time. Students - Admitted iesting work. iiurnerti a daughter of Bud Bar John Stanhope traced Clint.Cur-ti- s nettt of 'Spout Spring. M!es Mary Banaban, of Lexing a box fur a work horse last ton, in here, Mr's.'W. T. Adrnns wni lmp. of the Best Schools in week. pihii.jn MohiImv. Mrs. J. S, Pemberton was Tiait-in- g C. V. Curtis wan Iri Argyle TuesCourses in Agriculture and Domestic Science. in Aihol from Saturday until) -Mr8?;Ort'r,,, Groves, who hns day o'l buaineM. Monday. Review CJaues m the Common Branche will be Conduced throughout been viditiii!: friends, hpre for a J. O. Clemons was in Clay, City C. Williams, of W.inohrater, souple of weeks, lctt Monday for J. the Term. Satuidsy on buainess, was here Tuesday. Winchester, where sbe will spend By paying part of their Expenses in Work, Students may II. Q. Baowden went to Indian a few days before returning, to get Q, D Ileirpsynus left this .Fields Mondav and bought Rates at the Dormitory as low as $ I 5o per Week. aletof her home at Falmiitli, week for Dry Xidge Spring, for oata and eorn. the beMfitothto health. A. M, Hurgher and John Kin- For Information Write to go, who are working on the Day) D. play Ilebba is thinking rery a 'rm DWHK V?t Koperiy u noxana, were 8rWwly ef loeatiBg in Olav City. down ever Sunday. . ''tfBk JKtf iHjMk tmJltM W alawst- to aay that sjjljJWM. Cornier ui son, who W City Otty wm Sktmuiv jfSte operavias win in ... iJU.HHty for aoMKUme,. have Vk. ST. HELENS. vaxna. City sum-me- n. - STANTON COLLEGE, STANTON, KY at One Kentucky. a . 4 " lud htfij WV fert Rev. J. C. Hanley, President, Stanton, Ky, rf" T ' nar:eH iair , , v- - t .(D " of Lexington, RELIGIOUS. FOR SALE Sunday. was here over E. D. Ritchio will fill his Otic 2nd hand harbor chair, in KosBlyii .loo Tlpjon,. oKWiiiclicstcr appointment at medium good condition; one next Sunday. Every body cor- spent Sunday here. largo mirror sizo 15 by 4J feet, dially invited to come. Born to.tiio wife of Carter in pood condition ; ono good solid on Tutedfiy, a pretty baby For Sale, Four lots in leather saddle, good as now. As with sovon room I havo no need for these goods house, stock barn, etc. For fur Asbury I'ntton, formerly of Clny will sell at extremely low price. ther particulars apply at this City, but now living in Cincinnati, Terms, cash or time. Parties in- - office. is visiting friends and relatives forested should write 0. J. Davis Go to A. Hunker's for fresh here. fiah every week. jBereo, Ky. Miss liuth Eaton, Miss. Ethel Johnson nnd Mi. J. O. Vorden- brnegger enjoyed h horsdback rido to Stanton Sunduy after, ll, rZ : : : r r. --. : - . '. King Emerald Chief 4396 King Emerald Chief will make the ensuing season at the'sta-bl- e "liey-nold- s, of J. G. Patrick, near Stanton College, at the low price of TEN DOLLARS King Emerald fame. is 1 to insure a living colt. a son of Emerald Chief, of World's Fair' 6 hands and is a beauty. He starfds Why tend your , f- mares to Clark or Montgomery when you have a hone at home second to none in Kentucky ? He is a half brother to Emerald was awarded Mr. Bell, that sold for $1250t'and He is also this amount t. , WIRE FENCE. BRAN OUR "Patrtck'for the marc by a Powell county jury and also by the Court of Appeals. a half brother to Viola Allen, one 1 v noon. Mr. A. T. Whittling- been suf. fering all week with a severe at tack of totmilit e, Iniving ;be,en confined to.tlio bouse for several. du.V8. of the beauties of the worl i, and sold for $ There snow. is no 70 as a colts" CLOVER and TIHOTHY SEED. COTTONSEED MEAL OATS better breeding horse in Kentucky, as his i J. Owensboro Wagons PRICES ARE ALWAYS RIGHT. WINCHESTER, KENTUCKY.-- I Bedford & Tuttle, e At the rpgulnrjiiectitigrnf Tiivvn Board to be held Saturday night, the question .of enforcing the ordinance licensing the sale of soft drinKs in the town.wiiI"lV finally set tied. The matter has been hanging lirt; for some liine. Whooping1 Cough. Well everyone knows tho.ef-- , feet of' Pine Forests on. Coughs. is a 'J k Dr. Bfell's remedy winch bring qsuick relief 2 Pjruc-Tar-Hori- cy J. C. Pats ick, Stanton, Ky. X HATS! HATS! HATS! How about that new hat ior Easter? Better come in and select it early while our z for WhoopingCou'"' raucous, soothes coughing witll shoiild.noty'' nandy foi 25c. r-- nns -- -- the the A v stock is complete. We have w a varied asv f the i sortment of styles and colors ana you can save money by getting' our hat here. GROCERY "SPECIALS' . throat andjur at'y -- f . .Wo Boosters Jhjpk It fitting at this time .to announce that wo havo decided to award. a 8e,copd,.thivd fourth and fifth premiuir to tho members of tho Bpostor Clpb. Many of you BooMera arq dolnw good work for us and we.wish to show our appreciation of your efforts by making it powiblo for pcvcralof you to obtain u pinno for yourself by the payment of a small amount of ca.olu At considerable expeneo we havo arranged for four pianos which we ohall. give to you as specified below, if ynu want them. These piano are all regular $300.00 Instruments. This is the, way they will be given : 2nd Prize A certificate for $100.00, to apply on the purchase of ono of these $300.0U Pianos, , 3rd Prize A certificate for lb0.00, to apply on the purchase of ono of these- $3UO.OO Pianos. ' ,4tif.Prize A;certificute for $ 170 00, to apply on tho purchase of ono o'f these f30P.OO PiniHtt f . Moat, per lb. ,14b Lard, per lb. 14c Flour, best 1.00 uofffe.f.TJ.Spl. 20o Fme Potatoes 80'Cents a bushel. Farmers Union Supply Store Ti'll". K lfix.-,li!- . ii Ap Home Allei buck here portei fast' w Are You"--. Hardwick and Co.'s Semi-Annu- al STOCK REDUCING SALE It will pay at greatly reduced prices. Make our loss your gain. you to take advantage of this Sale. 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 If you v lief from Rb i many thousa t'C ..aes doing whene . joint on, bathe the sot liccd with Sloan's Lir to rub. it in just apply the the surface. It is wonder fully penetrating. It goes right to the scat of trouble and draws the pain almost immediately, Oct a bottle, of Sloan's Liniment for 25 c of any druggist and have it in the house' against Colds, Sore nnd Swollen Joints, Lumbago, Sciatica and like ailments. Your money hack if not satisfied, hut it docs give almost instant relief. liini-mcnt.to 6th Prize of.these.$30u.00 A certificate for $10O.tt). to Pfanos. f ply o ihu purchse uf one Theso certificates are Viilunbleas the cnh thnt jou iniir-- t pay is lers than tliio one, mid in tho regular wholesale price of Pinn-- m better tlw case the person securing oiiu of them does ii"t cure t nsu it, it m iy bo transferred and ldtoF no vl vlrltt- u 1 , n 1 11 ip. " number of luthies have been nominated f; r the llaby Show. every baliy for twenty miles aro'ind to be in this lift. Wo want to sec all the babies. A lare t WINTER GOODS, NOTICE! ,i Wliat Booster will win the watch' next Monday, April 5th. i - - Music next Saturday by Miss Todd and Miss Lyle of Stanton, Ky, for you. $21.50 Men's ones 4.50. Sweet-Or- Sub at $10; 12.50 Suits going at 15.00; $18 Suits at $12; $15 suits at 9.00; 0.00 Suits at 7.00; 7.50 Boys' Clothing at same per cent. cut. Men's $3.50 1 The firm of Wulimn it "Johnson Ii in been diss.ilved and all persons indebted tu.uid. firui are tli Morn iip1 rcqnpftcd in mi settle all ai'C'Miiii- - with .Mr., Will-dro- 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, who w ' 7.50.coats 4.00. 6.00 1 ready-to-wear 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. Standard Sewing Machines. at 21.50 Sweet-Or- r & Co. 5.00 work suits 3.5, 2.50 work coats at 1.50 Woman's "Queen Quality 4.00 Shoes at 2.75, 3.5 shoes 2.60. Women's 3.00 Sweaters at 2.00. Women's wool and cotton reduction, and don't forget we have many bar Suiting at 25 gams we do not mention here. We handle PiAoral Review dress patterns. . rui.tijiue llit'liusi-nets- . HENRY W,ALD10I Kv. Walif ' Jii i Ii : 1 Mrs. j." W. Williams (THE BOOSTER ST(MIE) jUonMhr.,iv;l' nvPHiient wniJ Canned Mnml.iy the, ppearant:e of a iu'hI do; on tho'Mountz farm. The Hnimti) hit several hogii be. ROXA COLA BOTTLING WORKS MHnufupturerB'of- longing to Joe and Tanhfe Mount, - but. fiually ni'iile lit. ,.wny-o- lf after being hunttd for foirje Injurs. I he lings ihnt wi re hit by tin' animal pro being watched lo ceo if they tluvt.lop the diffuse, . ROXA COLA AND BEATTYVILLE, piirr-- OTHER SOFT DRINKS kyI v' HARDWICK k COMPANY, WHEN YOU WAKT A SHAVE OR XAiijoUT OR Kuton and IcGulro luivo so. Ah I Tho Invigorating Whiff of The Pine Fpresll th gala uuone.v fdr Ohjy City of Tanliie, the famous niedi- - How it clears tho throat and . it oino being, prepared by tho Com . head of its . J mueous-atlmcntaV IV L STANTON, - KENTUCKY. TONSORIALrORX CALL OgffH.,H. PHIRT0.i ANY' ertyed it , e qo Co. .i -- narUwick niul' ft'om the Jmi .. i Tlie-TiTu- e.s I hii. n ii hit r health-givin- g VV niiriinmi twy icy v, ntul 14 if IV har-- . 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