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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): July 22, 1915 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1915 cla1915072201_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.): July 22, 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. Burgher J B X THE M. P. O'MARA, Owner and Publisher c CIT Y TIME S. We are Here to Help Clay City, the Surrounding Country and Ourselves. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. VOL. XX. CLAY CITY. KX. THURSDAY, JULY 22, 1915. KG. Ai that Powell is in a similar con STANTON. dition and everyone should take (By P. 0. Dcrthick.) Hears Lecture. advantage of this opportunity and be examined for this para Misses Myrtle and Mnttio Williams The school house was crowded site. It is very little trouble gave a candy party last Saturday night (o capacity Monday night when and the benefits' to bo derived In honor of Miss Nora Mardis, of Gov Dr. W. 0. Mlmms, who is in are numerous. ington. charge of the hook worm Mrs. Mollic Law. of Lexington, is The work is being done by aid which is being conducted visiting Iter brother, Willinm Hard of the Kockefeller Institute wick, tills week. under the supervision of the which has devoted several tlious Mrs. M. Rose and children of Bun State Board of Health, showed and dollors to the cause, and the Coulee returned Tuesday from Lexing stereoptican views, of the hook exports employed in the exam ton, where they Have been visiting in worm and other intestinal paraination and treatment, are under the Bluegrass for several days. sites, and delivered a lecture on the supervision uf the State On account Sunduv School the preservation of health and Board of Health. No charge Convention a.tRosflyn Sunday, the the prevention of tuberculosis, whatever is made for eiiher ex writer will ndfpeuk at th Presbyter typhoid fever and other dieases. amination or treatment. Anoth ian church till SUudaV iiiglit. Dr. MimmB, accompanied by er dispensary will be conducted Fed Blackbtfrn 'Shi Ross Hall at liis two assistants, Mrs. Johnson here on August 2, 3, and 4, when tended County jwrt at Mt. Sterling and Miss James, have just conall specimens submitted will be Monday cluded a Btay of fivo weeks in examined and treatment given Miss M.nrcarePiioSklns and her Bis Estill, where over 2500 specimens A second one will be held at ter, Mrs". Mary'ialc, vt Winchester, visited with' MrsijcFortner and Mrs. were examined and over 1JJ0O Stanton July 29, 80 and 31. Smith, Tuesday? cases of hook worm found. Of Mrs. Ross Halfcyid her sifter, Miss examined, all the specimens DENTIST HERE. Bcttie Boone, wcrftiin Islington last about 00 per cent were found to week on a shoppinjitour.' bo infected with either hook Or. E. Al. Norton, of Louisville, wife were in worm or some of the other In- Is at Conlee's Hotel, and is prepared J. W. Wllliains-nT)Winchester lasCuvafcat the enlliiiL'of parasites, and all were to do dental work of all kinds. Or. a special g.' and testinal juyyior. the negro acNorton will be here for some time. cused of an assault on Georgia Baird. treated. The dispensary was opened at and those needing dental work would r Mrs. John Juckboii grand the school here on Monday and do well to see him. daughter, OtiV ForjnTT,' vifjted near about two hundred specimens Winchester lastiweek. Rev. Elbert Winkler, of Cam- - Mrs. Ben ThrockmortouTjnf .Tuekson, were submitted duriug the two days. The complete report of bellsville, aud Rev. D. II. arrived Jast.Fridsyffora vtsft with her these has not been made yet, but Matherly are conducting a pro parents, Ir. and" Mt. M.Un Phillips. every one found affected will be tracted meeting at I'huris Hill, B.'ii lias been tran$ferred7lb Irvine, and they will makciheir .future- "ho e treated absolutely free of charge. Clark count.v. As-a- ll. the mountain, counties M?A. Phillips has advsrtffcd a sale Clark County' Fair is oh" next have been found to be affected it of his household goods, and will more is only reasonable to suppose week. Don't forjcet it. o i i villo. Good Crowd i ! cajn-paig- n i of-tl- ia " d Bar A. T. STEWART Candidate For The Republican Nomination For Representative. myself. 1 remember the struggle for an education, working nightu aud mornings aud Saturdays, aud going in debt for board, that I might fit myself to teach school, and after I had reached that point I felt good as I had hopes that I could teach and net money that 1 conld pay my way in school, as I felt that I must have more education. The people were good to help me to cooil schools and I succeeded to some extent, and I am very thankful to the people with whom 1 have come in contact. No man can advance on life's ru- ged road of himself. The way is too steep and the struggle too m uch for one to accomplish much by himself, but being aided by othe rs, even the poorest boys may make useful men and sometimes reach high positions ih this life, and those who have helped them on the way to success are made glad and feel that what they did was My primary object in life has been seed sown in good grount'. to climb a step higher, however 6low and faltering they have been, and at times slippiug. I am still trying, and by your aid I hope at some good day to be of more benefit to myself and at tho same time to be able to accomplish some good for the people in general. There is much to bo accomplished by the General Assembly at this term ami 1 promise it 1 am elected that the welfare of this district will have my studious aud prayerful attention. As the laws of the Commonwealth are made and repealed by only a few while the others sit by and look on, if I am elected I hope to be able to take There is no office iu an active part in this very important duty. the stnte that requires more intelligence or ability than the office of making tho laws of a state or doing the duties of a nnd,-,he- - L-t- Robert Conleo gave a linyride Friday night in honor of Miss Editli Perry, of Irvine, who is visiting Miss .Mary Lyle. Miss Anna Clark left Friday to visit her sister, .Mrs. Myrtice Coulee, of near Furnace, Ky., July 19, 1915. Richmond. To the Republican voters of Powell and Estill Counties: Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Atkinson, of Benttyville, arrived Sunday night for After riding quite u distance and while my horse re6tp, a visit with their parents. I am writing to you. As I write my mind nt back to boyhood, Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Baker are the and touching my past life 1 will say that it luts always been my proud possessors of their seventh baby.- intention to climb a step higher. I was put out on my own re They are very partial to boys, huving sources ut the age of sixteen years, with nothing but two hands with only one girl in the family. This is the third buby in the county to be named which to make a living, and, an we all know, the years of 18l)4-!i- r were years that were very trying on even, oldt r adventurers than (Continued on Page Six.) A Live Baby Given Away Free. Saturday afternoon, Aug. 21st. We are firm believers In the theory of large families To back this up we are going to give a live baby to some family in this community. In order not to be accused of partiality, this must be decided by ballot. EACH BOOSTER COUPON counts for as many votes as the amount that appears on the face of the coupon. of the family to which you wish this baby" to go WRITE prt tho Back of the regular Booster Coupon. Write the iinmo or your favorite Booster on tho face of the coupon. The family which receives the larg at number of votes will receive the BABY. ' To each person over six years of age who comes to tho store and reglstesr during THE LIVE BABY CONTEST will be given 100 Free Booster Coupons, which mar be voted on the LIVE BABY CONTEST and also for your favorite Booster on the grand prize. .Any person making a purchase of $1.00 or more at the time of registering will be given 5.000 extra coupons besides those with tho purchase. The extra standing of the different families will bi posted each Monday. While this Baby Is not an orphan, It's parents are giving it up, and we have full permission to dispose of it in this way to any. good family in our community. THE BABY, IN CHARGE OF A NURSE, will be brought to our store SATURDAY AFTERNOON, Aug 7th. Como to the store and see it. the ballot box will not be closed until two weeks later, SATURDAY NIGHT, Aug 21' Tho name of the winning family will be announced at the store the following MONDAY. Our windows were trimmed by Etheljnllosking. Music next Saturday by, KM el Duncan THE-NAM- Program For S. S. Convention. Saturday July 2-- 0:30 Devotional, Rev. E. II. Ritchie. 9:50 Presidents Message, Buford Estes, 10:00 Secretary's Report and minutes of last Convention, 10:00 What shall we teach the child. Beatrice Blount. 10:20 Goals, W. 10.65 11 :00 J. Vaughan, Ottering. Appointment of Committees. 11:05 How to secure trained workers, Ucv. D. H. Matherly 11:20 Linking the youth to the church, Rev. J. T. Adams. 11:40 The Best Methods of promoting Sunday School Interest, A. T. Stewart- Dinner. 1:30 Devotional, Rev. James :45Attendunco Problem, W. J. Vaug han. 2:15 One Minute Talks from Delegates. 2:30 What The Sunday School can do for a neighborhood, R. T. Crowe. 2(43 Round Table conducted by W. J. Vaughan. 8:45 Election of Officers aud Report of Committees. 8:55 Installation of Officers. 4:00 Adjourn. , J. Vaughan. 7 :90 Address July 'X 9 45 Suuday School, Mina Knox, 11:00 Address on Bible Study, Mina Knox. mSO Address on Bible Study W, J. ilfcYvugliaii, I Mrs. J. W. Williams (THE BOOSTER 8TCKE) ... Republicans of the district, I am asking every one of you to help me win this race and take this ('0nn Step Higher," and if I fail to mako good I will never have the face to call upon you again. Two years ago I came out at the call of the party and made tho race for County Attorney m this county iu tho lace of a majority of from 100 to 125 Democratic, aud against a man on the Democrat ticket w 10 was well connected, aud I, with my friends, reduced that majority to one vote. Tho election returns show that I was defeated by one vote, aud I feel that if I am. nomiuated I can carry the district by a law majority, and that I can be pf some benefit to the rest of the ticket. I am, Sincerely Yours, A. T. STEWART. ---- "" . r o ' THE TIMES ANNOUNCEMENTS For Railroad Commissioner. Wc are authorized to announce H. G. GARRETT as a candidate for Railroad Com missioner in the Third Railroad Commissioners District. Subject to the action of the Republican primary August 7, 1915. For Circuit Judge. , Glad She Took Friend's Advice Mrs. A Democratic Newspaper Eighteen Years Old The Best Weekly in this Section M. P. O'MARA, Catherine Meyer Finds Relief From Debility In Blue Grass Incorporated Fair Kentucky. J. Lexington, Louisville, Ky., July 21. Mirny women suffer from sluggishness August 2nd to 7th, 1915 $20,0.00. In premiums $20,000 iin . THE i:UTHKUFOi:l GUKATBK SHOWS ' 'SOOTebple .20Spec.Mil. Curs ., WKIIKIfS PKIZK HAND ()!' AMKKICA' SENSATIONAL FREE ACTS -- . 1 arc authorized to, announce and depression without 'being able to find relief from a cond! W. It. SHACKELFORD as Candidate. for the Democratic tion wh'ch.they know to be un mail mat Entered as second-clas- s nomination for' Circuit' Judge o'f natural. One of them who did at the Post Office at Clay City, the Twcnty-liftter Judicial district, find relief is Mrs. Catherine Mey Ky., under the Aot of 'Congress of Primary election Au"gus 7, 1915, er, of 1915 High street, this 'city. March 3, 1870. She said recently that sho had we are autnorizcd to announce recovered 'from n condition of J. M. BENTON. PAPER. A HOME-MAof Winchester, Ky;, as a candidate nervous debility through the use for the Democratic nomination for of Tanlac, the 'peerless preparaCircuit Judge in the 25th Judi tion... THURSDAY, JULY 22, mi cial district. Primary election and felt.tirod "I was :A'ugust-7- , 1915. if T mnrli' tliAlniiBf. ninrtiiin H OWNER AND PUBLISHER. "VVJe h DE run-down ' MJSSES DeVONHA and BALDWIN Lady Artists ui the Thriller' Act' Triple Parachute Leap From Olie B.illooir Three Running, and Two Harness Races' Each 'Day threat Show Iin:s at Lexington, the Capital of the ' ' N.rl.l. Horse A WEEK OF FUN AND SPORTS ... ".'" v " Irvine Wins Tor Circuit Clerk. players. We are authorized to announce The local ball team went to 0. N. OROVVE Clay Oityllast-Saturdaand cam as a candidate for Circuit Court out victors in two games played subieci Clerk with a strong team .made up "of totrie action "of County, the Democratic Clay City and Hardwick's creek primary, August 7; 1915.- . Although The Times is a Democrat ie paper, we linve about 400 subscribers who differ from us in politics, and number of these havo asked us 1 diff erent times to give them a summitry of Republican politics in our columns. Not beiiir conversant with the matter Ourself,M'e utkrd one of our readers who is rather prominent in Ihe party, and whr travels over considerable of me state, to contribute sucli an article. As fur as wc know, this man is not particularly interested in any of the state races, and his statements nmy be accepted hs impartial. Itegarding tho political situation us it concerns the make-u- p of the ltepub class and style in your sumIf you lican state ticket, much interest is be proven Catarrh to bo a constitutional disease, and therefore requires const! Wo are authorized to announce ing manifested by the electors of the afford to overlook mer clothes you party as to who, of the many candi tutional treatment. Ilajl's Cntarrah E. B. AlcULONE dutes, should bo chosen in the August Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is tlio only Const itu as a candidate for the Kcnublictm primary. There are no slates for which any one tionnl cure on tho market. It is taken nomination for Representative internally. It acts directly on the for this district. Subject to the candidate or political organization will blood and mucous surfaces of the action ot the Republican prim stand sponsor, but it is visible und-ge- n They sell at REASONABLE PRICES and they erally known that sentiment in tho sjstcm. They offer one hundred dollars ary, August 7, 1915. minds of the voters is fust crystallizing for any case it fails to cure. Send for are WORTH THE MONEY. on a list which looks promising for suc circulars and testimonials. 33rd Judicial District. Address: F. J. CHENEY & CO., We are authorized to announce cess in August, even though no one in particular seems willing to stand re Toledo, Ohio. Sold dy Druggists, 75c HUGH RIDDELL sponsible for the existence of what .Take Hall's Family Pills for const! as candidate for tho Democratic might bo termed it "slate", when re pntion, nomination for Circuit Judnu for duced to cold type. The writer is sim rue 'jum judicial diBtnct, com. ply giving the dope us he sees it, and prising tfreatlutt, Estill, Leo and tho names mentioned are those who For fine Watch and Clock wolto counties.- Subject to the appear to be favorites at present. action of tho August primary. The Governor's race has settled (t REPAIRING self by the process of elimination un Winchester, Ky Main til there is no pronounced opposition Next to the Clark County National Bank. . r any work in ray line, I will to tho candidacy of Edwin 1 Morrow, the Somerset man. For Lieutenant call on me be glad to have you Governor, no dne In purticular seems v to be more prominently mentioned S. V. LARISON than the othors, so it may bo termed a of ApiKiuht, E. C. Huntsman, of Allen, Ait Easy, Pleasant Laxative "stand-off.- " For Audltorof Public Ac is prominently mentioned, while V. 0 One or two Dr. Kinp'e New Clay City, Kentucky counts, the name of J, M. Perkins of Hanua. of Shelby county, who stepped way of an Eleventh Diitriat Life I'ills with a tumbler of vnter of Is most often mentioned, out of the Frankfort, seeuu certain Sourbon Poultry Curs and he comes with tho personal endor man in 1911,Commissioner of tho of Agricul- tit night. No bad nuuseatiiij:' for down cure cblck'i throat sement of Judge Ed. 0. O'ltear, which ture. For Superintendent of l'ubllo taste; no belching uas. Go right A law drops in tli Instruction I'rof. Green, cuiei awl prevent For frenuentlv mentioned. ot Warren, in to bed. Wake up in the morn-iti- :, dlarrboa, cbolara and other adds weight to his candidacy. 'School For Itallroad chick dlitatci. Una Mo bottle State Treasurer we hear the namo of Ooinmiiuionor in the second dlatrlot enjoy a free, easy bou'ol makes UiraUoasotiuedlcIas. At Dr. Moore, of Crittonden, who seems there U Homer U. AIoLellen, " youn all dntrcltta, or by mall poetpatd. Valuable poultry book tree. to have Western Kentucky for him. attorney of Louisville, and in the third movement, and feel fine all tiny.' OOMFLKTB TW mm knit n. iishtii LLJ. tllb IMF 1UMU Oct. a. Km. can fkiitfr'c l.tfa I'ills 1i.11 For Secretary of Stuto Judge Lewis, of II. 0, (iarrett, of Clark, who is a to be T)r A.ft.M a NTuf ui,c g. ilia 1111-ltiraLJUl.L Stiim f. hr. I n eems U.UIM. AxeMtolacou Ii&aJ llT Seld by the Letcher county, is thought to bo the dldate to succeed himself, sold by all Drueglsts, a in a tho iMinulur choice. . fur fit Kit culot u . u4 .Ml While this "dope" may not be huso- - original package, for LW. (Jet bimmw. u4i. mtmwm aicusg or FARMERS UNION SUPPLY CO. favorite, while for Attorney. General IUoniMJffoB rod to tnmm, writ , T. 15. McGregor, of Marshull, leeuw.to lutol v correct tne nresent iudlcatlona a bottle tO'duy-enf- nv Inn eti6v. ELUOT SOAKER, Sk Um&t, Uj. Ky. Clay City, havo the call. For Clerk of the Court are that these men will got the ltepub- - pleasant luxative. licau nomination 011 August 7. 11 The'sc'ore stood, Jpfst game 14 We are. authorized to' announce MARION" A'T'klNSpN'v.-v.- . to 4; second game, return came will be played as A for. Circuit- Coifrt .in the near future. Estill' Tri Clerk of Powell. county,, subject action ot tne Dpinocnrtic V bune. This account hardly does jus primary, August 1; 1915: tice to our boys, as in the .first ., For Representative. game, which waspla.yt;d against We are authorized to announce the Hardwick's Creek team', the A. M. LOWE local boys had "nothing to do The second gauit? was played as a candidate for Representative against a scratch!1 team., severa from, this, district, subject, tol'.the action ofthe members) .o'f the regular August of thcDem'ocf aticTprnhaVy, 7, 1915. team ueiug out pt town, aud others being unable-tget away We- are authorized to announce from work at the mill. Our boys B. P. HATTON knew nothing about the game as a candidate for the Republican being arranged until the team nomination for Representative landed here, as.ithe arrange from this district, subject to the ments were made jith the Hard. action of the Republican primary, wick's creek boys. Ihe local August , iai5. boys are confident that, with We are authorized to announce their regular lineup ihey can A. T. STEWART put tne trimmings on Irvine, as and they hope soon to have the nomination for for the Republican Representative for opportunity of tryitjg ,it. this district. Subject to the action of the Republican primary. August 7, 1915. These is more Catarrh in this section of the country than all' other diseases Wc are authorized to announce put together, and "until the last few ALBERT EASTER years wag supposed to be incurable For r great many years, doctors pro- as a candidate for the Democratic nounced it a. local disease and prescrib nomination for Representative for ed local remedies, and by constantly this district. Subject to the acfailing to cure with local treatment, tion of the Democratic primary, pronounced it incurable. Science has August 7, iyi5. ro-rn- e she said. "I was melancholy and nervous. Any unusual noise startled me. 'My digestioif was poor, and 1 couldn.t sleep well. "Finally I became interested in laulacand sent to the drug store for a bottle'of it. As soon its 1 began taking it I got better. Now'I sleep soundly, and have recovered from my nervousness and depression.." Mrs. Meyers experience is not unusual. Women often .sufler from allured sluggish the why of it.! They arci'often subject," tet, to depression and melancholy; Meyer found relief,' Where.'Mrs. otIiers'!M)ay. .She is one of. hun dreds wjiot bavL giveir"VQlhtnry testim'o'uy- to the value of' Tan lac. Tiiiihic;cnu now be had in Clay City lit Jiatnn & McGuire's and in Stanton at Ha rb wick Co's . feeling-withouffkpowin- Reduced Rates On All Roads For Entry Blanks or Information' Address John W. Bain, LEXINGTON, . Secretary, . , " KENTUCKY. ' STANTON Next Term Opens -- COLLEGE, KY. 1915. STANTON, eptember'6, One of the; Best Schodls in Kentucky. Courses: in.Agriculture - and Domestic Science. 1 ! Review Classes in the Common Branches will be Conducted throughout the. Term. Vr By paying part of their 'Expenses in Wotk, Students may get Rates at the'Pcrmitory as low as $1 5o per Week. Republican. Politics, For Information Write to Rev. J. C. Hanley, President, Stanton, Ky. 11 SUMMER SUITS want cannot BLO.OMFI ELD'S SPECIALS Come in and Look them over. Lee Bloomfield & Co., St. - mop nom'-iimti- Jaffcrson si Lwi fr). if irii .. 11 I 1 SHERIFF'S SALE. To By virtue of execution Number 4346C031 and fee bill of K. L. Green, Clerk, dire ted to me, which issued from the Clerk's office of the Court of Appeals of Kentucky-- , in favor of the Lex- the Republican Voters, of Ciias. D. ftrnett Powell and Estill Counties. - OF Morgan County A flood Household Salve - ington aa'd Eastern Railway Co. and R. C. Baker and Co., and R. L. Green, Clerk, Court of against T. J. Ponder, I, or one of my deputies, will, dn Monday, 2nd, 1915, between the hours of 9 o'clock, a. m., nnd 4 rclock, p. in., at the Court House door in Stanton, Powell county, Kentucky, ex pose, to PUBLIC SALE, to the highest bidder, the following property (or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy Plaintiff's debt, interest and costs), to wit : First, $7.25, with interest and commission from May the 1st, 1015; Second, $7i45, with interest and commissor from May the 1st, 1015; Third $2,455.57, with interest from 18th of February, 1918, credited by $600.00 Septem-be- r 20, 1018; $400.00 March 10th 1913; $211.92, April 0th, 1914; $300.00 May 1st, 1014; $447.58 December 23, 1914; $7.35 costs. Beginning at. a black walnut corner at an iron stake on the N. side of the public road, thence 47 E. to a stake, corner to the right of way of the L. & E. R. 11. Co., thence with the line of said right of way a 'north western course to. a stake in a line of the property owned by V. P. Richardson by deed to the dictation Cannel Coal Co., thence with h,. to the edge mud line S. 241-of the county road, thence with said road to the- - beginning,' containing one acre, more or less. And also another tract of laud, beginning at, a stone corner at Albert. Ewen shop on the side of the county road leading from Bowen to Cat Creek, thence 55$ E. 7.55 poles to set stone, thence N. 84 E. 443 poles to R. R. right of way and a, set. stone, thence N. C5i V. 7.55 poles to set stone, thence leaving said right, of way, thence S. 84 W. 4.43 poles to set stone the beginning, containing 84 square poles, more or less. Ap-peals, Your attention is invited to the following affidavit of Mr. I. S. Farmer, who is a member of Powell county's Republican Committee, ana whom I have known for a number of years, and whose standing and reputation as an upright citizen Ifliave never heard questioned. STATE OF KENTUCKY COUNTY OF POWELL j SCT in- aSlaSlamllifeS august Ordinary uiluifiit and injuries are nor of tlienoelve- serious but infection or low vitality uiu.v initkc tlieiii dangerous". Don't m .i't ii nit, sure, hriiite or hurl beciiii.e it'? small. Blond J'oifon has resulted from a pinprick or scratch. For all such ailments-Bucklen'Arnicu Salve is excellent. It protects and heals the hurt; is antiseptic, kills infection apd prevents dangerous coinpli-cations. The affiant, I. S. Fanner, states that he has been formed that there is being cjrculated in this and Estill county an instrument of writing purporting to be an affidavit signed by this affiant and others and containing substantially the following: "We, tho undersigned, endorse Mr. Stewart for Kppresen-tativand do not and have never endorsed'any other candidate." The affiant further states that he has never knowingly signed such an affidavit, and that if such an affidavit exists it either a forgery so far as his name thereto is concerned, or else his signature was obtained through misrepresentation and fraud. (Signed) I. S. FARMER. c, all Skin Blemishes, Pimples, Salt Rheum. Eczema. Get an original 2 ounce 25?. box from your Druggist. for CLEANING I Good AND PRESSING. am ready to do your CleanGood SlaBlaBlaBlaBlaBaK "4bbbbbbbbbe ing and Pressing. able. wcrk guaranteed and charges reason- Orders left with J. Bloom will receive prompt attention. JAMES WILLIAMS. I, G. S. Spurlock, Justice of the Peace of the 5th Magisterial District of Powell County, certify that the above affidavit has been read by me in full to I. S. Farmer, wno has subscribed and sworn to the same before me this July 10th, 1915. (Signed) G. S. Spurlock, Justice Peace Powell County, Ky. Democratic Candidate - FOR Secretary of State I wish I could meet every Democrat STRAWBERRY PLANTS 2 Excluding therefrom the fol- lowing boundary: Beginning at a chestnut, fence post about two foot of the S. E. corner of the building herewith included in this deed and known, and being built by A. B. Beuningtield and used ae a store house by him which is nowtnciupied as n mill building, thence a N. E. direcstone at the L. & E. tion to R, .11. right of way, thence S. with said right of way to a distance of twelve feet beyond said building, thence S. W. same dis tance with same house to county road, thence S. E. a straight line with county road opposite the beginning, thence back to the bediming; said sale will be made s'liibject to the mortgage of T. J. Ponder to Hiram .Meadows of $300.00, as 8h,)wn by mortgage dated Jan. 23, 11)15, recorded in .Mortgage Book No. 5, page 609, us against, the lirst described tract of land herein ineiitioueo. Levied on as the property of T. J Ponder. TERMS: Sule wilTbe made on a credit of si,x months, bond with approved security required, bear, ing interest at the rate of six per cent, per annum from day of sale, and having the force and effect of a replevin bond. Witness my hand' this 25th day of June, 1915. II. T. DKR1CKS0N, Sheriff of Powyell County. . This affidavit would indicate that what at first appeared to be, and really should be, a friendly and fair contest within the Republican party in this district for the nomination for Representative, has resolved itself into a campaign of misrepresentation and deception. affidavit endorsing the The apparent intent of the candidacy of Mr. Stewart, copies of which, I understand, have been mailed broadcast to the voters of Estill county, was to make it appear that certain letters from Mr. Farmer to a number of Estill county Republicans urging them to support me I believe that this affidavit will enable you were not genuine. to understand the character of the campaign thatjis being waged 1 by one of the other candidate's' in tfiis race: Mr. Farmer happens to be one of my supporters in this con test, and I have not felt that it was necessary to put him or any I am perof my other friends under oath as to their loyalty. We intend to make an absolutely fectly willing to risk them. clean campaign ourselves and shall not, in any way misrepresent either of the other two gentlemen in this race, or attempt to enough deceive the voters in any, way. We are to think that CLEAN politics is GOOD politics, and we do not believe that the Republicans of this district endorse or will stand for any other kind. If it is necessary in ordiir to get this nomination for me to resort to a campaign of misrepresenThe price is tation and poli'ical trickery, I do not want it. too high. It is of. more impor ance to me to maintain my reputation for tru'h, honor and square dealings than o win this nominntion, and if it should become necessary to sacrifice one cr the other it will certainly be the la'fer. I have not made or attempted tojmake,, any deals or combinations with any candidate for any other office, but am submitting my claims upon any merit I may pnesess, for the consideration of an intelligent, and thoughtful electorate. -- Kentucky before the August Pri mary. I will, That Is Impossible. therefore, ask you to vote for me August 7, in the Primary, and again November 2, in the general election. Then come to see me In the Secretary of State's Office at Frankfort. By my faithful services I will make you glad you nominated and elected me to that Important office. My record as a Democratic Senator from the 34th District (Morgan. Magoffin, Wolfe, Breathitt and Owsley counties) Is approved by my people. In Fruit and Shade Trees, and our offering of the remarkable Mamouth Potato. catalogue. Pearl Seed Send for our free No Agents II. F. irillenmeyer & Sons. Lexington, Ky. Be sure to find my name on the Primary Bo Hot. Then it will be easy to mark it like this: For Secretary of State Where to Eat in Winchester and They will tell you. JONES RESTAURANT Cor Main & Washington. n Ciias. D. Arnett A Cough Remedy That Relieves Ii It's prepared from the Bit I Respectfully, E. B. McGLONE. fP Pint sain, Tar and Honey nil S mixed in :i pleasant, soothing Counl! Syrup called Dr. Hell's Pino Tar Honey. Thousands Real Estate and Insurance. have benefited by its use no need Wo Buy an.) Sell Farm and City of your enduring that annoying Property of all kinds. We have some Cough or risking a dangerous nice farm in Clark and adjoining Cold. Go to your dealer, ask for counties for sale or rent. Write us 25f original bottle Dr. Hell's Pine The best lubricatiai. without carbon Tar-Iione- start using at once and get rid of your and Cold. what you want. We write all kinds of Insurance. Cough TRACY AND ST0KELY. Office, Main Street, Winchester, Ky. C. L. RUSSELL, Painting, Paperhanglng, Decorating Satisfaction Reasonable Prices or water ptrfcctoltforelther cooled automobile. MadafromflnutPcnnnrt-ranlaCru- d. Acale. thin.hlhflrttoIlwMc ida frelr. Poaltlvalr frta from carbon. On c flnt purchaaa of ona bbl. of No Carb Auto OU will fur- ateel barral with faucet flna to uu by nub raxa on 66 you for permanent atoraze. Prlcaof olllnlreaUU., 46 r f alba. CHA5. C. STOLLOH. CO. "Eat 1W, Mrfal Stall iu.Ua., cao POWELL & JACKSON Writers of all Kinds of Fire, Lite, Tornado, Lightning and Hall Insurance.. We are also agents for the Illinois Surety Company and are prepared to do a general Bonding business. POWELL Sam W. Powell Winchester & Quamntted Oratr Iru u Tr ' For Qood Bartering Try A. P. Johnson In the old stand, next to the Red River Motel. JACKSON Llnville Jackson Kentucky Office In Court House. S hampooing and Scalp Treatment KiLnMUM o, A TRAINING SCHOOL FUR TEACHERS y X rr. NOTICE! 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V.,' SADDLE HORSES AT THE BLUE GRASS FAIR, LEXINGTON, KY., AUG. 2-- 7 This Bank I n vi tes New Acco u n ts On the basis of efficient service aud absolute security . 3 Per Gent Interest on Time Deposits f Clay City National Bank Clay City, 4-- Kentucky. fr J" The Place to Buy Your Goods The place to buy your goods is, . where you get the best value for your money. SADDLE horses will be an Important feature at Lexington this year. Outstanding In Importance among the features of the Blue Grass Fair will be the Kentucky stake, guaranteed $."00, to be divided Into entries, representing all of the best breeders In central KenThis stake closed with forty-thre- e tucky, and was Inaugurated this year by the Fair Association and the stake guaranteed by the management. and aged classes should make this year's program tho most attracAdditional stakes for yearlings, -" n'l Ave united classes are provided for. tive ever seen at n fair for saddle hornet, ns bntii Try- - This - Store - For - Value Henpy WALTERSVILLE, Waldron KENTUCKY KM TENTH ANNUAL BLUE GRASS FAIR OPENS AUG, RAILItO.ll) TIME Lexington & TABLE Eastern Railway Westbound. No. 4. Dally AT LEXINGTON, MONDAY, 2 Eastbound. In- Best Fair In ft) Middle G, West-Num-erous Attractions, No. 1. Dally. 7:03 A.M. 7:55A.M. 8:15 A.M.! 8:45A..M. 9:27A.M. 10:18 A.M. 11:20 A.M.! 12:02 P.M. cluding John Weber's Prize Band of Hie World. Lexlugton Winchester Ii. &lB. June. Clay City Camp. Junct. Maloney 2:50 P.M. j" Starck Pianos Mo Money 1:45 P.M. 1:30 P.M. 1:00 P.M. inAdvanoo Satitifoc-(io- n ' l:44P.M. 3!35PJI. 4:18 P.M. No. 3. Dally. Jackson Haddlx Hazard Whlteshurg McRoberts 12:22P.M. 11: 19 A.M. 10;20A.M. j 9:48 A.M. 8:00 A.M. C:20A.M. j 5:40 A.M. No. 2. LoweatNet P a o t or y E a s i en i Terms A ranteed Gua- Prices Saving of SlOO to P A. STARCK S200FacFrom rnctmtNT tory Direct Dally. 8:50 A.M. j 'IS-mw ' j?a- - ' 'warn 1:45 P.M. Lexington 2:37 P.M.) Winchester 2;55P.M.j L. & E. June, 3:28 P.M.! Clay City 4:12P.M. Camp. Junct 5:00 P.M.! Maloney if C:00P.M.! Jackson Quicksand.' C: 13 P.M.i No. 5. Dally. G:30 A.M.I 0:47 A.M. 8:48 A.M.I 10:43 A.M.! 11:30 A.M.! 8:00A.M. 7:37 A.M. 7:00 A.M. 6:19 A.M 5:35 A.M 4:45 A.M, 4:31A.M. No. 6. Dally, j j I We will ship you a beautiful Btarck Piano for 30 days' free trial. In your home. No cash payment required. All we ask Is that you will play upon, uso and test this piano for 30 days. If, at the end of that time, you do noUflnd It the highest grade, sweetest toned and finest piano In every way, that you have ever seen for the money, you are at perfect liberty to send it back, and we will, In that event, pay the freight both ways. This Starck Piano must make good with you, or there Is no sale. 30 DAYS' FREE TRIAL Easy Payments Ton pay no cash down, but alter 30 days of trial, you can begin payment on the lowest, easiest terms ever suggested by a plan) manufacturer. These tesnis are arranged to suit your convenience, and It is possible to buy a piano for ypur home, wlthou mining the money, , . Save $150.00 or Mtra We klilp direct to you from our factory, t Ut tare you upward! ot 1S0.00 in the coat o( your piano. We guarantee to fumUli you a better piano for the money than you can Hcure elsewhere. You are aaiured of receiving a satisfactory iwret toned durable high grade IVlct-f- l Jackson Haddlx Hazard Whltesburg McRoberts 5;46P.M, I piano. j 5:4.5 A.M, 3:20 P.M. 1; 27 P.M. 25-Ya- ar Guarantie 12:45P.M, W. A. RUSSELL. ' P. T. M., Louisville. miaranteed for 13 rears. This ruarantee hat back ot it our 35 yeari of piano experience, and tbe reputation of an rccponalble piano bouse. tvenr Starck Piano li 2nd-Ha- nd largalns oiaren es Player-Plan- We have constantly on hand a large number of slightly used GOFrseMuslo pianos ot all and second-banstandard makes taken In exchange for new Starck Pianos and Player-PianoThe following are a few sample bargains t JSTM " Las$nt Weber Stelnway Checkering Kimball Tired, Aching Muscles' Relieved WTLMINA HAMMANN, GRASS can never h&i)k you ouough," writes one grateful user. Stop differing, aches and pains. An excellent .counter-irritanDog. Garbage Collector. Why the Comparison? "Why do you compare my marksInstead of throwing her kitchen better and cleaner than manship with lightning?" asked the refuse Into a dustbin the poor Conmustard. All Druggists, 25. "Because," replied the In- stantinople houaowlfo puts It Into a recruit. I'enntrates structor, "It never hits twice in the sort of kennel outside her door for Get u bottle ment. L .. POPHAHO WITH WEBER'S FAIR, LEXINGTON, KY- - AUG. 2 TO 7. Hard work, menu stiff, soro muscles. Sloans 7 Liniment lightly applied, u little quiet, and your soreness disappears like magic. Nothing ever BAND, BLUE helped like your Slpun'j Lini over-exertio- To every purchaser ot titarck Pianos, we give tree music lessons, In one of tbe best known schools In Chicago. These lessons you can take In your own home, by nnlL This represent one ycar'i free Instruction. Starck second-han- $110.00 92.00 90.00 95.00 195.00 bargain list. Starck Player-Piano- s are tbe best and most beautiful Player Pianos on the market. You will be delighted with the many exclusive feature ot these wonderful Instrument, and will be pleased with the very low price at which they can be secured. Send today for our new beautifully illustrated piano you book wucn give large amount of Informs lion regarding pianos. This book will Interest and please you. Write today. Plane look Free Send for our latest complete P. A. STARCK PtANO CO., Man With Glasses. la a greater crime in tbe 1384 Starck Did.., CHICAG t, era of tbe law to strike a man who wears glasses tban it Is to assault one who does not wear glasses. In most ot tbe states this law obtains, it not in all of tbem. It Old Papers for Sale at, .The Timea Office. WHEN YOtf WAN? A SHAVE OR HAIR OUT OR ANY TONSORIAL WORK CALL ON H. H. PHERIGO. 1 cume place.'' the wandering dogs of the cltv ! without rubbing. .3-- . COMMISSIONER'S SALE COMMISSIONER'S SALE MMsmMMMMMMMMMMMMzsMMi POWELL CIRCUIT COURT. Curtis, Ailinr. &c, I'IVITr. VERSUS L ella Morefield, Defendant N )t ice of Sale in Equity By virtue of a judgement, and order of sale of the Powell Cir"II. M. POWELL CIRCUIT COURT cuit Court, rendered at the June term, 1915, thereof in the nbove Oiiu9e, the undersigned will on the '2nd dav of August, 1015, at ono o'clock p. in. or thereabout, (being Court Dav), will, as Comproceed to offer missioner, proceed to offer for G mmissioner, for sale at public auction to the sale at Public Auction to the on a credit of six highest bidder, on a credit of six highest bidder; months, at the Court House door mootlis, at the Court House door, menStanton, Ky., the property men- Stanton, Ky., the property wit: tioned in the judgement, to tioned in the judgement, to wit : Situated on Morris Creek, in Situated in Powell county, on Powell countv, Ky., and boundthe waters of Red River, the 1st as follows; Betract beginning at a point on the ed and described point on the county county road leading from Clay ginning at a running up Morris Creek in City to Irvine, where the J. R. road line of the land of the defenTodd lino intersects said road, the Lizzie Stephens; thence and running thence an eastern dant, with a western course to the norcourse 105 feet, thence a souththwest corner of the said Lizzie ern course 105 feet, thence a Stephen's land ; thence a north western course 105 feet, thence a ern direction with the Leonard northern course 105 feet to the; to the lands of Wra. beginning; the second tract ly- Hall land Neal; thence eastward with the ing on the western side of the Wm. Neal and Thus. Cencounty road leading from Clay land of to the top of Morris Creek to Irvine and opposite the ters mountain, a southern direction first numed tract and adjoining with the line of Ira Logan, conthe lands owned by J. B. tinuing iu the same direction Dec'd, and Paul Tipton, with the lands of Lizzie Stephens beginning at a stone at said coun-- ' to the line of Jesse Swango; ty road, running a northern cou-- j thence with his line a northern retoanaeh tree on Paul Tip- - j direction to Holly Creek; thence tun line, thence with said lipton a W69t course with said creek to line a southern course to the the county road, a southern dircounty road, thence with the ection to the point of beginning, road an eastern course to containing about 380 acres, more t'ie beginning, sime being a cor-- or less; also a portion of said 'and nerro the Kimorpu .traci ; im? begiuning at the northwest cor :orneHs marked by a 'stone. Said ner of Lizzie Stephens land, at two tracts f land contain in the the county road, thence north aggregate about one acre or with said road to Thos. Centers , thereof to produce $ line so as to exclude Jesfe Swan so ordered to be made. go's vard and garden; thence will be required with said Centers' line to Lizzie The to give bond, with approved se- Stephens' line; thence to the be curity, for the p.tyment of th; ginning sos to exclude one-hapurchase money, fo have the interest in the oil well fo Henry force and effect of a replevin Stephens, containing 125 acres bond, bearing legal interest from more or less, or sulhVient thereo the day of sale, according to law. to produce .$400 and 145, so or Bid.lers will be prepared to dered to be made. The purchaser will be required Comply Willi iiiese lerni;". n urn on Jthe land sold to uive bond, with approved se- will be retained till all the purchase money is curitv, for the payment uf the Bond paybl to Commis- purchase money, to have the sioner. force and effect of u replevin ' ROMULUS JACKSON. bond, bearing legal interest from , Master Commissioner Powell C. C. the day of sale, according to law. 3iT-Kim-brell, Bettie Hardwick &c, Plaintiffs, VERSUS Southey Lacy &c, Defendants Notice of Sale in Equity By virtue of a judgement and order of sale of the Powell Circuit Court, rendered at the June term, 1915, thereof in the above cause, the undersigned will, on the second day of August, 1915, at one o'clock p. in., or thereabout, (being Court Day), as HARDWICK & CO. SPRING and SUMMER GOODS Our Spring and Summer goods are now in stock. We invite you to call and see them. dise We handle new, he up-to-dat- e, honest merchan- at honest prices-t- goods, quality and prices that will bring you back to our store when again in need of something. Our aim is to keep, as nearly as possible, everything the people want, but if we haven't it we will get it for you. It will pay you to see what we have when in the market for Dry Goods Notions, Millinery Womens' and Mens' Furnishing goods, clothing, hats, shoes, underwear, hosiery, furniture, wall paper, mattings, linoleums, oil carpets rugs mattresses bed springs, cots, beds, trunks suit cases, hand bags wood, coal and oil stoves, sewing machines harness saddles ware 3 hard- queensware paints oils seeds buggies wagons etc. varnishes farm implements 1 'The Famous Shoe For Wome It has taken many years to establish reputation of Queen the world-wide snf-licie- nt Quality Shoes. We share in the pride of the manufacturers when we realize that in every civilized land Queen Quality is a household word. And why have these shoes gained such a splendid Because they are honestly made, reputation? fashionably styled, and comfortable to the last gree. de- 1 lf We are sole agents for these shoes in Stanton. . ran STOMACH TROUBLE FOR Majority ef FrieaJi Tfeougk Mr. FIVE YEARS 1 Hardwick & Co. STANTON KY. be-in- taking other medicines. take his advice, although I decided to did not have ht Ihfkes WwH Die, Hum &t to . 0e Helped PoVneroyton, Ky. Recovery. In Interesting ad- any confidence in it. I have now been taking for three months, and it has cured me Bidders will be prepared to com- limit, and she is receiving the Bowen and wife, of liosslyn, visawful sick headaches ply with these terms. haven't had those A lieu cougrutulatious of her friends on ited the family of J. A. Bowen g Sunday. since 1 began using it. will be retained ou the land &old being awarded the medal for thfl best girl in school. 1 Ed. Centers has returned from am so thankful for what Black- - till ull the purchase money is Black-Draug- for me." vices from this place, Mr. A. J. Hughes Draught has done wtiUp as follows: "I was down with itonjach trouble for five (5) years, and would have sick headache so bad, at times, that I thought surely 1 would die. Black-Draught tried dilfcrent treatments, but they did not seem to do me any good. not eat 1 got so bad, I could and all my friends, except one, thought I He advised me to try would die. 1 Thcdford's Black-Draug- and quit paid. Mack Lowe was here last week payable to Commissioner has been Bond Thedford's reminding the voters that the ROMULUS JACKSON, August primary is drawing tiear. found a very valuable medicine for deMaster Commissioner Powell C .C. rangements of the stomach and liver. II Misses Eunice and Willie E. is composed of pure, vegetable herbs, and Muster Elbert Leith, of the SLADE. contains no dangerous Ingredients and Masonic Home, Louisville, visit ed the family of their uncle, Geo. acts gently, yet surely. It can be freely Mrs. Nannie Creasy, of the Ma- Forkner, last week. They will used by young and old, and should be sonic Home at Louisville, visited leave shortly to visit their mother kept in every family chest Miss friends here lust w.eek, at Indianapolis. Get a package today. Sallie Creasy left the Home this Only a quarter. year, having reached the age Miss Maudie Bowenand Wayne Michiguu to Dundee, and he is uow couviuced that there is uo place to equal good old Kentucky Green Bowen left Sunday for Middletown, Ohio, after a two weeks' visit with frieuds and rel- atives here. Advertising in The Times "will pay you. If you don't believe it, let us convince you by a trial. STANTON. (Continued from First Page) in honor of this writer, his name being William l'nul linker. Miss Milllngton, of Pittsburg, who lias been visiting with Miss Paisley, left for home Tuesday. She was acS. G. Baker shipped out companied by Misi l'uislcy, who will spend a month's vacation at her home cars of ties from tho local in Pennsylvania. They will visit (he this week. Mammoth Cave on their way. Miss Winchester Fair. mm M three yards The Olurk County Pair, which is to be held in Winchester .July 28, 20, 80 and 31, elves promise SPECIALS ! This weekweare offering the - following special, values: day from Jackson, where she had been visiting her sister. Mrs Anna Sewell returned home with her for a visit with her parents. Miss Anna Daniels is spending the week with Iter aunt, Sirs. Lavrcnce Knox, at Nada. Lois Johnson, nccompanied by her uncle. J. R. Stone, leltSnnday forOor-dento- n, where" they were met by Dr. Driver. Lois will have her eyes treated for trachoma. Dr. Mimms and his two assistants spent two days here in the interest of the hookworm campaign. James Boone, of Frankfort, formerly of Clark county ," vns here last week, and suid Junge Benton would carry Clark county by CCO to 700 majority. Tho three Lith children left Wednesday for Indianapolis, where they will make their home u ith their mother, Mrs. Kelly Barnes. Walter Thacker went to Mt. Sterling Wednesday, to spend a few days with his uncle. Mrs. W. R. Catron lft Wednesday to visit with her daughter for a few days. Mrs. Bert Crowe and, her sister, Nina Knox, wore in Lexington Vednesday. Hattie Hardwick teturned Fri- Tho numerous 'rains during tho past couple of weeks have caught a largo amount of grain on tho ground and in the shock, and a considerable portion of it ent at the fair. They are giving a .$250 sasille will be badly damaged. stake, which will be shown on The pay oar passed through the second day of the fair. They Tnesday distributing sunshine are also giving liberal harness, nmoung the employees of the combined and colt stakes. Musrailroad company. ic will bo given by a famous band Tho old handle factory, which of fifteen pieces. has been out of use for some time, is being torn down. -- of being tho greatest county fairs in Kentucky this year. They havo closed their race program of three pacing and trotting races a day with 10 entries. The running races will be closed July 27, and ihey arc expecting not less than fifty entries in the running races, which will bo a daily ev- Sugar per 100 $7.25 99 Flour $3.60 per lb. 14c Meat Lard We have-a 99 14c ;$ complete line of Peters' shoes and invite you to call and see them. Farmers' Union Supply Store Frank Kennon, Mr. A. 0. Barnes, formerly of Spout Springs, but now living near Irvine' was a'visitor in town Monday. PERSONAL? so many comforts could be had and will lay his chums to thp under canvas. Every conven- nomination before the voters, ience is provided and tho campDr. Kersletter, Superintendent ers can live at their case and en- of the Orphans Home, will preach joy the cool breezes oil" the river at tho Presbyterian Church, Sunund fish to their heart's content. day. The guests left forborne about Dr. Norton, a young dentist of 10.30, and all declared that the evening was one of the most Louisville, who comes highly recommended, is here for a time, pleasant they even, spent. and may make Olay City his home. Dr. Norton has Tho Levee Base ball team his ollice established at Conlee's c ime over Sunday, but owing to Hotel. only oiie a inisunderstandi'nf:, The Clay City Hall team nes member of the Olay City-- team having to Irvine Saturday to try and was in town, the others all gone to Natural. Bridge for get revenge for the beating uiven the day. However, a scratch them bv tho Estill county boys team was picked up, ami at tho last week. end of nine innings the score T. J. Cole, of Knowlton, who stood 27 for Levee and 17 for was accidentally shot a short time Olay Oitv. Some of the boys on ago; is greatly improved, and the Olay City ' team had not will ho able to he about again handled a ball for years, and shortly. Mr. Cole was the they are confident that with a a peculiar accident. practice they uould easily While in a store on business, n little defeat the Montgomery boys. coat lying on the counter fell to the floor, and .it pistol in the pocket was discharged, the bulWanted It Understood. With no uncertain tongue the com- let passing through both of Mr. mercial truvelei was praising his Colo's legs. per-manevie-tim"o- f Richard Crowe will preach "it the Christian church here mornMiss Margaret, Mansfield, of ing and night of the 5th Sunday. Stanton, is spending the summer Thos. Coulee, one of the most with heraunt, Mrs. Hubert Hun- M'CHESNEY THE MAN FOR VICTORY IN NOVEMBER prominent farmers in the county, ter, at Winchester Ky. and Miss Lydie Anderson, of Conductor Frank Atkinson; of. Temperance Vote In Country Districts and Mountains Will Mora near Rosslyn, were married last Than Make Up For Liquor Men Who May Bolt Elections Thursday, .the ceremony being the L. &E., and Mrs. Atkinson, of Last Few Years Prove This are spending several weeks in performed by Spuire Chas. Welch West. . . the Squire Welch also married of the Democratic The Harris, of Berea, and Miss "Mrs. D. II. Matherlv left Satur- organs liquor candidates and tho liquor j restLoulsviller which ha tlckot. Even carried by a in their desperate efforts to In 2.5CK) Cora Curtis, of Vaughns Mill. day for a couple of weeks visit stem the rapidly increasing strength large majority, he ran nearly Demof Mr. McChesney, and to prevent, If votes behind the majority ot the KenClifton Welch, the little son with her parents and family, at possible, what seems to be his prob- ocratic nominee for Congress; In " ton county (city of Covington) he Lawn Party of Chas. Welch, suflereH severly Oldfbwh," Greenup county. able nomination as the Democratic 1,889 votes less than the vote poison oak last week, but 'is candidate for Governor In the August for tho Democratic nominee for ConAt the River. from Mrs. Shattuck and children, primary, havo been Industriously cir- gress; in Campbell county (city ot now doing nicely. of Nada, were down Sunday to culating tho report that, if ho Is nomi- Newport) he received 1,632 less; la nated he can not be elected In No Fayette county (city of Lexington) Friday night Misses Josephine Mrs. Myrtle Burgher has been visit Judgeand Mrs. Adams. vember. They base this statement which he should have carried by 1,200,. and Adeline Hazelrijig entertain- appointed teacher ot the school upon the Idea that the whisksy and he carried by only 197; and so it evCry city where there was a llqror Little Irma Russell, who has beer Democrats would not vote for ed a large crowd of the young on Little Hanhvick's Creek. been visitim: her cousins at Nada him, or for any other dry Democrat, vote. Even in Henderson county. Mr. folks at their camp on the Red The school opened a week ago. Stanley's home, Governor Beckhem If he is nominated. In other "words, for the past two weeks, came they admit that, although the liquor ran about 200 or 250 votes behind tha River, and a very ,e.njoyable time even Stanley made Albert. Enster, Candidate for home Sunday. She Vas- - accom- Democrats will take a very active part ticket, there though the election, os-a was spent by the guests with before In the primary against McChesney, speech games, dancing and conversation. the Democartic .nomination for panied bv little Hardin Shattuck, they will not hesitate, if ho Is nomi- tensibly for the ticket, but It happenIn the five or she places bolt his nomination and vote ed The uu m p is very complete and Representative-- will speak at the who wilUbe here for a week or nated, to Republican tlckot. There Is ho that speak In that campaign, where, Heck-did for the one could scarcely imagine that schoolhntise one night next week, two. some truth In that threat, for that Is ham, the nominee, lost votes, for Stan-Eld-ridg- e j I ( f . , 1 William Karl and Helen I'her-igo- , who have been visiting their grandparents at Argyllo for the past two vcekst returned lfome Monday. . Mrs. Lily Tipton, of Irvine, and daughter, Mrs. Moses Mc Kinney, of Spout Springs, spent lust Saturday witlr Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Mauppin, on their return from Stanton, where they had been visiting friends for a few days. Rev. L.;F. Ma mi. preached at Elkatawa Sunday Mrs. Jennie Russell returned a few Jays ago fromjjjai visit to and Cincinnati. Pal-mout- Mrs. Grace Harder,, of Nada, Rpjnt'Sunr'ay witntthe family of "$ Wm. Johnson. Mrs. A. T. Whit t is spending a week with relatives at Falmouth. Mrs. Chas. Toinlinson, of Nada spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs, Win. Johnson. Mi p. O. W. Williams, anil little baby, FJorine, returned to their home at Bush Branch. Saturday. Just what they have be'en doing for many years. Most of them do not seem to be bound, by any sense of honor or- obligation, to support the nominee after they havo taken part In tho primary. Admitting to be true their purpose to bolt If Mr. McChesney Is nominated, and that Is what this talk amounts to when they say he could not be elected, let us sec whether or not It Is to be feared. The people of Kentucky remember very well that In tho Senatorial primary last year, the same kind of talk and threats wero used against Governor Beckham. Mr. Stanley, the liquor candidate for the Senate thon, as he Is the liquor candidate for Governor npw, used tho same argument; so did the same liquor newspapers. What this argument amounted to In effect was that, If Beckham was nominated, the whiskey and beer Democrats would boltvh!m, while It Stanley should be nominated he would get all ot those votes and also the votes ot the temperance Democrats, who would be too honorable and too good Democrats, to bolt the party nominee after they had takeu part In the primary. The result ot that primary should be fresh In the memory of Kentucky Democrats. With all the power and wealth of the distilleries, the breweries, and tho saloons hack of him, Stanley was dofeated by a substantial majority. Beckham was nominated and a largo majority of the liquor Democrats did bolt him in the November election. It Is necessary only to look at the returns from that election to demonstrate It. In all ot the cities and liquor centers Beckham ran considerably behind the - ley's speeches were not Intended to holp him. Notwithstanding all of this defection and bolting. Governor Beckham won over his Republican opponent. Governor Wlllson, by 32,000! majority, the largest majority given to any Democratic candidate In 25 or 30 years. So tho threat of Mr. Stanley, and his whisky and beor supporters proved .to be futile and empty. It Is the same old trick they aro trying to work again on' tho Democrats this yoar. But it will fool only the unthinking or the Ignorant. Mr.'Mc-- , Chesney Is undoubtedly the strongest .candldatetbe Democrats can noml-- i nate for Governor. He will be olected1 beyond doubt; he may lose many very! wet Democrats In tho liquor centers. Just as Beckham did last year, but he will more than make It up In the country districts and In the mountains. Ho Is receiving the assurances of thousands ot temperance Republicans and Independents that they will support him, It he Is nominated over Mr. Morrow, who Is well known as a wet' man. It Is no use for Mr. Stanley to argue that, because the Republicans will nominate a wet candidate for Governor on a wet platform, the Democrats should do the same thing, and get Into a race with the Republican ticket to see which can .bid the highest' for the whiskey and beer votes ot the state. The people of Kentucky are not going io elect as Governor of the state a liquor trust man, and Mr. Stanley might as well stand asldo. The people know that their chance to beat the wot Republican candidate Is w(th Mr. as the Democratic candidate. He will be nominated and elected. waros "They're the finest thlngb out," he assured the manager of tho works "Why sir, If you havo ono ot our machine it will pay foi Itself In less than jIx months ' "You guarantee ..that?" asked tho manager, who was tired of his visitor's eloquence. "Certainly, roplled the traveler, eagerly. "Thon. If they pay for themselves, you cau send mq halt a dozen," bargained the manager, "But It they don't I can't pay for 'em." Duration of Life Increased. Four hundred years ago the averago Miss Olive McGJono returned Icugth of human life was between to her home at Morehoad Satureighteen and twenty years. One hundred years ago the averago human day. llfo was less than thirty. The average Mrs. Hockeiihelmer is visiting human life today reaches nearly forty years. her daughter, Mrs. 'NelBon Wal- ters, at Wiuchtbter. for a few days. Mrs. Lucy Monro, ,nnd ttlo Russel. Thornton 6(jn, Davis Mooro, of .Missouri,4are visiting Mrs. Moore's J)aii. iel, for a mouth, .'.' 1 The Square Meal. Our languago Is a riddle. A man Something New In Novels. "I havo an Idoa for a novo!," said will eat a pound ot round steak, a Mr. I'on wiggle. "What Is It?" "A pyramid of mashed potatoes, half a very largo volume thickly upholstered dozen oval biscuits, a trlanglo.of pie, Who ygu gat sleepy after reading a drink two cups of flat coffee then do Blade feT PUiHw you ouu two It for a sofa call It a square liljIow" nicalv-rTofe- Made In Kentucky by CHAS. C. STOLL OIL CO. Lexington, Ky. t father, , Roses and Chrysanthemums, There are nearly eight hundred about a ventilating system for his air known varieties of roses and mora castles. Los Angeles Eipress. than four hundred chrysanthemums. Welt Supplied. Anyway, a man never has to worry