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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): July 29, 1915 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1915 cla1915072901_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 29, 1915 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1915 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Ullr8her Jq X . , THE CLAY M. P. O'MARA, TTY TIMES. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. - Owner and Publisher We are Here to Help Clay City, the Surrounding Country and Ourselves. VOL. XX. .. CLAY CITY. KY., THtfltSDAY, JULY 29, J9I5. - NO. 30. - THE CIRCUIT JUDGE'S RACE t$ t STANTON. (By P. 6. Dcrthick.) x.' i To ii it i i have one who would have the Mrs. Thomas, of Jacksonville, courage to announce that his Fla , is visiting hlsr parents, Maplatform was the enforcement of jor Blackburn an&wife. $? the law and the annihilation of Miss Bettie Hjpdvick is visitelection corruption, we nil know ing her sisterfMrsi Anna Sewell that if Judge Benton were de and Mrs. MblJiepCrawford, at feated, no man would ever again Jackson. offer for office upon such a plat form, and we know tnat if he is Judge Shackelford spoke to a whose decisions have been af- elected, as he undoubtedly will very small crowil Vib the Court firmed by the Supremo Court of be by an overwhelming majority House Tuesday. the United States, and who, we in all four of the counties, that Of the number'of cases examare told, has been reversed le63 it spells everlasting defeat and ined iu Stanton) for hookworm, frequently, by the Court of Ap- oblivion to the election boodler only twelve were found. This is peals of Kentucky, than any and corruptiouist. a small percentage compared to other judge in the state. Is not From the reports we get we other places, j this something for Powell to are satisfied that Judge Benton Rev. boast of? Ho has been fair, im- will carry Clark, Jessamine aud Hunley and Mrs. 0 partial and fearless as a judge, Madison, and we kuow that 'the Hanley and Miss'Carver have re. and jhis one aim has been to good citizenship, of Powell will turned from thelrvacation visits honestly and correctly eonstrue turn this county over to him by to their homes?. y' and interpret the laws and have a good majority, yet it behooves Mrs. McC'reafy, the mother of them enforced. Should he not every law abiding citizen to be Mrp. RanSon isTquite sick at this ne is at the polls on election day bright writing. ue commenuea tor tins . jjF u'hurd working student, and aud early and see that none but handle's the business of the court legal votes are cast. Miss Bettio Booue has return' with dispatch, so as to keep his ed from a ttvjg. weeks visit to We understand that in Clark docket cleaned up, and is a aud the other counties of the frfeuds inGanhel Citv and Irvine. money saving judge to the. tax district, and also in this, the good The writer ., will attend and piyer8 of Powell County. Should citizens, iu the various precincts, take part in. t lift; Morgan County we uot be grateful for this? have volunteered to take coueer Sunday' School convention at Since he has been on the bench; ted action to be on the watch Peki'u Saturday and Sunday. ho hae made, the lawless inclined from now until election day to Tri"fivir tJtre sf.rnu'' arm of.Hia ln.w. set vh.it no vote buying or ele'cd Miss Tenniejj)ericl'sin has so ,. f'ft "iV .! to the evil lion corruption is jniiuiiceu .mu far recoVeredTrotri he'r operation Btid has been doer, corrup.tionist and law break have agreed to give the infor as to be able to walk around, and bv reason of this nation they secure to the Com she attended the convention at and Powell Couuty enjoys a monwealth's attorney and the Rosslyn Sunday. judge, reputation, second to none in grand jury. We heartily apMr. and Mrs. Robert Ewen and this state, as a law abiding and prove of this method of eradi- son Ebben' had a very narrow law respecting community. To- cating this festering sore, from escape Sunday when one of the day Judge Benton stands as the our body politic and the man rubber tires on thier buggy broke champion of clean and honest who is willing to feed such a loose and frightened the mule elections, and is determined to festering corrupting, demoraliz- they were driving, Robert finally break up vote buying and vote ing, degrading pmctice should be brought it to a stop after rtinnini: selling, and his stand on this dealt with to the limit of the law, quite a distance. question is known nation wide. and we know that the good peopThe writer unintentionally Is there any law abiding, respec- le of Powell Couuty will do their table christian citizen of Powell duty. Powell County is for the failed to tell of the marriage of County who is opposed to Judge man who has the courage to op- Mr Tom Oonlpe and Miss Lyda Benton on account of this stand? pose vote buviug and vote sell- Anderson last week. But it is this very plank in his ing, and it wi)l so register its Quite a number from Stanton platform that has brought about vote August 7th. Remember, attended the Count v Sunday that a vote against Judge Benton, School Convention at Rosslyn the opposition to him. Mr. Shackelford has no follow- whether you intend it that way Saturday and Sunday. We had ing in this county, but there are or not, is a vote to stop the fight a fine convention and the people gome who will vote for him, yet ho is waging againet election of Rosslyn provided two splenthey will do 60, not because they corruption. Wo know, and you did basket dinners for visitors. are for him, but because they know, that if Judge Benton had Mr. Clint Rose had the misfor-tunare opposed to Judge Benton not had the courage to announce, to lose a pocketbook con And why they are opposed to two years ago, that he intended taining $7)0, at the convention. Judge Benton? They acknow- to break up, and hud not put the Buford Estes and MirS Blount ledge his ability and qualifier President of the Clark County wore President and tions and all that we have said National Bank iu jail, because Secretary, with Grant llackwcrth about him herein, so then the he refused to answer questions as Vice President. Clay City real reason of a great majority propounded to hiin by the grand was selected as the meeting place of those who are opposing' him, jury, there would to.day be for next year. no opposition to him. Mr when boiled down is that he It is rumored that money is stands for the enforcement of the Hampton, the President of the being sent iu and used iu the law and for the breaking up of Clark Couuty National Bank, election corruption, bribery, vote was kept in jail until he wu6 Circuit Judge's race. And the huving and selling. Is the good willing to biiswer t ho questions hame of it is that there aro men citizenship of Powell County of the grand jury, after which who are so low that they can be willing, for its vote to go ngainst two of his friends, to whom he bought; but the man who buys is man who sells a man who stands for, and repre had furnished money to be used no better than the as does! in his nephew's election, were Muy the day speedily come when seats, 6uch principle Judge Benton? Is ho to be indicted and fined, whereupon character and manhood cannot sacnllced because he has had the Mr. Hampton got mad, and is bo bought for filthy Incre. courage to announce that these now doing all in his power to devicious practices must stou? If feat Judge Benton. Will Powell lion corruption, is sounded and he were defeated, would wo ever County help him do it? Never! woe to tho man who tries to re again have a candidate for Cir- Novr! Never! Therefore, up surrect the corpse. Then let us cuit Judge conduct his canvass good people of Powell aud eeo to shout together: on such a platform and in such a it that Judge Benton receives Sound y the load tyinbals hih toiied, honorable, manly tho biggest majority Powell has O'er land mid o'er yu way 88 Judge Benton is running evor given him, and with his Glean election luivu triumphed By Honest VotejV Degree. election, the death knell to elec- tins racer WOUIU wo ever aga-- The most important and most vital election to the people of Powell County is that of Circuit Judge, For thirteen years Powell County has had as Circuit Judge, a man of exceptional ability, aud recognized, throughout the state as one of the best, if not the best, judge in the state, the Republican Voters of Powell and Estill Counties. '" s if Your attention is invited to the following affadavit of Mr. I. S. Fanner, who is a member of Powell county's Republican Committee, anu whom I have known for a number of years, and whose standing and reputation as an upright citimi I have never heard questioned. STATE OF KENTUCKY COUNTY OF POWELL j SCT J. The affiant, I. S. Farmer, states that he has been informed that there is being circulated 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, the undersigned, endorse Mr. Stewart for Itenrosen-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. e, Spurlock, Justice of the Peace of the 5th Magisterial District of Powell Count, certify that the above affidavit has been read by me in full to I. S. Fanner, who has subscribed aud sworn to the same before me this July 10th, 1915. (Signed) G. S. Spurlock, Justice Peace Powell County, Ky. I, G. S-- . " I , .J-- .r ..-- to-da- y e This affidavit would indicate that what at first appeared to be, aud really should be, a friendly and fair contest within the - "Republican party iiiJUiis.distqctforthe notuit'ttion for Repte- uas resoiveu useii uuo a campaign oi misrepresentasentaiive, tion 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 that is being waged by one of the other candidates iu this race. Mr. Farmer happens to be one of my supporters in this contest, aud I have not felt that it was necessary t put him or any I am perof my other friends under oath as to their lovnlty. fectly willing to risk them. We intend to make an absolutely clean campaign ourselves and shall not, in any way misrepresent either of the other two gentlemen in this race, or attempt to We are old i.imioned enough deceive the voters in any way. to think that CLEAN politics is GOOD politic-;- aud we do not believe that the Republicans of this district endorse or will If it is necessary in order to get stand for any other kind. this nomination for me to resort to a campaign of misrepresenThe price is tation and political trickery, I do uot want i'. too high. It is of more importance to me to maintain my reputation for truth, honor and square dealings than to win this noniinution, aud if it should become necessary to sacrifice one cr the other it will certainly be the latter. I have not made or attempted to make, any deuls or with any candidate for any other otlice, but combinations am submitting my claims upon any merit I may possess, for the consideration of an intelligent aud thoughtful electorate. , Respectfully, E. B. MeUI.ONE. prac-ticall- y Man Killed at Natural Bridge Munro Patton, of Wolfe county was fatally shot Sunday afternoon by Floyd Bryant, of near Glencairn. The shooting occur-itho tunnel at Natural Bridge, after a dispute, it is said, over tho possession of a pistol. Only ono shot took effect, tho bullet, going iu one side of the head aud coming out tho other. Dr. Knox was summoned to attend tho wounded man, and tho sheriff was called to arrest Bryant and his two companions. Coroner S. n Y. Larisou was also called to hold an inquest. Tho three men gave themselves up to Deputy Sheriff Derickson and were placed in Stanton jail to await their exiiu.. ining tnul. It was at first reported that tho mon had refused to ullow anyoue to come iu the tunnel where the body was, but this statement is not borne out, as section foreman Mcintosh and several others wore there and doing what they could for the injured man, who did not die for some hours THE TIMES. ANNOUNCEMENTS For Railroad Commissioner. Has Proved We arc authorized to announce It. G. GARRETT A Democratic Newspaper 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. M. Just W What She Needed Blue Grass Fair Incorporated I Louisville oman Finds Speedy Relief by the Lexington, Kentucky. Use of Tanlac well-known August 2nd to 7th, 1915 $20,000 30 Louisville,;ivy., July 27. Mrs. arc authorized to announce Frank Pettis, 'wife of tho AV. R. SHACKELFORD assistant chief electrician as Candidate for the Democratic mail matof the Louisyille & Nashville Entered as second-clas- s nomination for Circuit Judge of ter at tbo Post Office at Clay City, the Twenty-fiftJudicial district. railroad, who resides at 800 Camp Ky., under the Act of. Congress of Primary election August 7, 1915. street, Louisville, is among the OWNER AXD PUBLISHER. AVe h P. O'MARA, For Circuit Judge. In Premiums OUKATKK - $20,000 SHOWS THE KUT1IKKFOK1) Special Cars - 800 1'eoplo WKUHU'S I'ni'.K HAND OF AMKKICA SENSATIONAL PREE ACTS March 3, 1S79. A HOME-MADE PAPER. THURSDAY, JULY 20, U'lo Be Sure and Vote. Clay City Tina-.--: Sir:- Just now strikfd nil as a good time to stipgi'ft the importance of the JU-n- Editor . ltecanse ruining primary some of the mo?t imimrtant qiii'stions that can or will eu-- r confront the people of the state nr.- now presented in the principles n-- r rented by the various cnml!dntes.l- lie a Republican or a Democrat. Tin Miliary election to give the is lixed by statute, in people of the dillerent political parties nit opportunity to in .i.nuite the candidate of the party thai i the choice of that party, and it is il. i duty of every voter to go to the polls and express his u., cast for the choice by a clean of the candidate who in voter is the best 4iialilied, and is promulgating the iu...o of goyerniuent . the suits the voter. If from a study ol tl.e matter there U a candidate of yrur party, who in your opinion is unfit fur the nomination for the office to which he aspires, then it is your duty in the interest or good government to go to the polls " ' and try to defeat that candidate. I honestly believe that every man entitled to vote I'Ught, as a good citizen, to exercise li right and vote in the primary, u well as in the general election ; the primary is held tinder the law, and- - is conducted by the Mime ollicers tint shall conduct the general election. Very truly. A. M. Lowe. flei-tiotij r " many women who have found "Vp arc authorized to announce speedy relief from perious illness by the use of TaViIhc. Mrs. i'ettis J. M. BENTON, of Winchester, Ivy., as a candidate said: "1 have been in a nervous, for the Democratic nomination for conditiifn for some Circuit Judge in the 25th Judi- time. My digestion was very cial district. Primary election poor, and I had d Hiculty In August 7, 1915. solid foods. I was so depressed in spirits at times that I For Circuit Clerk. almost had a dread for the future, We areauthorized to announce "Tanlac proved to be just what 0. N. OHO E 'I needed. The medicine acted as a candidate for Circuit Court like a general tonic for me. I Clerk of Powell County, subject am improved in every way, and to the action of the Democratic I very cheerfully indorse Tanlac." primary, August 7, 1915. Tanlac is sold in Clay City by We are authorized to announce Eaton Ac McGuire, and in StanMARION ATKINSON ton by Harilwick'ifc Co. as a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of.Powell county, subject to the action of the Democratic primary, August 7, 1915. run-down MISSES DeVONDA and BALDWIN Lady Artists in the Thriller Act Triple Parachute Leap From One Balloon Three Running and Two Harness Races Each Day Great Show Kings at Lexington, the Capital of the Horse World. A WEEK OF FUN AND SPORTS eat-in- g Reduced Rates On All Roads For Entry Blanks or Information Address John W. Bain, Secretary, KENTUCKY. LEXINGTON, STANTON COLLEGE, KY. H. G. GARRETT To The Voters Of Eastern Kentucky:-Havin- g known Hon. II. O. STANTON, For Representative. "Wc Next Term Opens September 6, 1915. arc authorized to announce A. M.-L0WE 1Q. year. I wish to sny in the in candidate for Representative terest of his coming race, that our from this district, subject to the Mountain People all hare the sympathy action of the Democratic primary, which his great, loyal heart is able to las-- t (larrett, personally and well for the as a One of the Best Schools in Kentucky. Courses in Agriculture and Domestic Science. Review Classes in the Common Branches will be Conducted throughout the Term. August 7, 1915. If you want class and style in your sumcratic nomination tor Treasurer Wo are authorized to announce on the State ticket. Mr. Terrell mer clothes you cannot afford to overlook has been an ardent supporter of E. B. McGLONE as a candidate for the Republican tho good roads movement from nomination for Representative tha beginning, and ho has devotfor this district. Subject to the ed much of his time mid talent' action of the Republican prim ro tho cause of good roads in tin8 They sell at REASONABLE PRICES and they ury, August 7, 1915. State, and his service in behalf are WORTH THE MONEY. of better roads for tho whole 23rd Judicial District. We aro authorized to announce people connot be overestimated He has been closely associated HUGH RIDDELL with the educational interest of as candidate for tho Democratic nomination for Circuit Jndgu for tho State for many years, und tho 2!)nl judicial district, com- popular education has no strongprising Breathitt, Estill, Lee and er advocate than Mr. Terrell, For fine Watch and Clock woiie couutips. buuject to the who has .labored constantly to & Co., action of the AuguJt primary. benefit all the children of Ken REPAIRING Winchester, Ky Main St. tucky with a thorough and prac-ticNext to the Clark County National liank. line, I will er any work in my education. His influence bus been wieldbe glad to have you call on me ed actively for nil progressive JL X 3U S. V. LARISON 1 measures and ho' has been a tower of strength in all forward large experience, of strictest in- Bruises, Sprains, Stiff Neck, tegrity and is honest, faithful, Backache. Neuralgia, Illieuma. Kenlutky Clay City, movements. able and loyal to all he professes, tiain and for most emergencies. Of Mr. Terrell has not only ren- .mil if nlentpd tn thn nflion nf Bourbon Poultry Curo Ono 23c. bottle of Sloan's Linidered valuablo official services to State Treasurer he can be cure down a chick's throat Tapes. A lew drops In the i ment does it all this because All that responupon to water cures anil movent. the people of Kentucky, but ho diarrhoea, cholera and other sible position with tho utmost these ailments aro pymptoms, Jefferson "School sf-- LaWi cMclc diseases. Ono 50o bottle has also been a 6talvart Demo fidelity and to perform its duties not diseases, and are caused by makes 12 trillions of medicine. At alldrutrirlsts.orbymaUpostpald. crat and has helped to wage the most VUipAy Valuable poultry book free. capably and efficiently. congestion and inflammation. 'fdtfttV.ii COMI'LETB TWO YKAlt COl'USK, d. battles of Democracy from the Tho Kentucky Standard. WKw5V (0URt MMUr CO.. IEIIICTOI (runLL Jl. 11th vfiar ouen. Oct. a. Mac If you doubt, ask those who use oailt.rnitJaa.S. lreirt or br la stump and has served in tho ca Sold by the .ILUte. ArovtrftoMcuurUaadUiLrBo librmtitM, Melt help IJuriMu. Tultlua Sloan's Linimont, or bettor stilj, A Medicine Chest for 35c. pacity of assistant, to lio Demo ll i.bl.. Kor rllhKu.Ulogu.niMi hmuMuiua Mill Duoton. htctilng of FARMERS UNION SUPPLY CO. TbooiMJoSonoa rouly to frame, write cratic campaign, chirmau of the In this chest you have an ex buy u L'ik, bottle and prove it. ELLIOTT FENNFJAKER, SecLwtaHt, Kt. Ky. Clay City, State. He is a business man of cellent remedy for Toothache AU Druggists. These is more latarr'i in thin section of the country than rll other diseases put together, and until the last few years was supposed t In incurable. Kor a great many years doctors pronounced it a local disease and prescribed local remedies, and by constantly failing to mire with local treatment, pronounced it incurable. Science has proven Catarrh to bo a constitutional disease, and therefore requires constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrah Cure, manufactured by V. .1. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is tho only Constitutional cure on the market. It is taken internally. It acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. They offer one hundred dollars for any case it fails to cure. Send for circulars and testimonials. Address: F. J. 01I13NKY & CO., Toledo, Ohio. Sold dy Druggists, 75o. Take Hall's Family Pills for give. This has Lbeeu shown through all the years by his liberal gifts and "We arc authorized to announce noble aid to School.', and Churches. In his devotion to the interests of the B. P. IIATTON i ; and 1 am qs a candidate for the Republican Mountaineer , ho nomination for Representative voluntarily v riting Ifis to ask all the from this district, subject to the men, who love our Mountain Homes, politics. action of the Republican primary, to vote for him, regardless of shall I am not a Republican, but 1 re August 7, 1915. joice to see Mr. Uarrett win his race, not only because he is highly .qualilied "We are authorized to announce to 1111 the iihition, but because he has A. T. STEWART helped our struggling Institutions .and as a candidate for the Republican Churches to much. llespectrully. nomination for Representative for T. A. Hums, President. this district. Subject to the acOneida Baptist Institute tion of the Republican primary, August 7, 1915. By paying part of their Expenses in Work, Students may get Rates at the Dormitory as IoV as $1 5o per Week. ' For Information Write to Rev. J. C. Hanley, President, Stanton, Ky. We aro authorized to announce CLAUDE B. TERRELL. ALBERT EASTER as a candidate for the Democratic The Hon. Claude B. Terrell nomination for Representative for twice honored with the Speaker this district. Subject to the ac ship of the House of IJepresenta tion of the Democratic primary, tlves, is now seeking the Demo August 7, 1915. SUMMER SUITS I BLOOMFI ELD'S SPECIALS Come in and Look them over. Lee Bloomfield al PHkW ML m DROP drlok-'n- - - , COMMISSIONER'S SALE COMMISSIONER'S SALE4,' rOWELL'CIRCUIT COURT. II. M. Curtis, Admr. fcc, l'l't'iTs. VERSUS Lolla Morefiold, Defendant 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 2nd day of August, 1015, at one o'clock p. m. or thereabout, (being Court Day), will, as Com. missioner, proceed to oiler for sale at Public Auction to the highest bidder, on a credit of six months, at the Court House door, Stanton, Ky., the property mentioned in the judgement, to wit: Situated in Powell county, on the waters of Red River,- the 1st tract beginning at a point on the connty road leading from Clay City to Irvine, where the J. R. Todd line intersects said road, and running thence an eastern course 105 feet, thence a southern course 105 feet, thence a western course 105 feet, thence a' northern course 105 feet to the beginning; the second tract lying on the western side of the county road leading from Clay City to Irvine and opposite the first named tract and adjoining the lands owned by J. B. Dec'd, and Paul Tipton, beginning at a stone at said county road, running a northern course to an ash tree on Paul Tip-toline, thence with said Tipton line a souther" course to the countv road, thence with the county road an eastern course to the toeginnins, same beinc a the Kimbrell tract; "this corner is marked by a stone. Said two tracts of land contain in the aggregate about one acre or suf, ficient thereof to produce $ so ordered to be made. The purchaser will be required to give bond, with approved (se curity, for the payment of the purchase money, fo have the force and effect of a replevin bond, bearing legal interest from the day of sale, according to law Bidders will be prepared to comply with these terms. Alien will be retained on the land sold till nil the purchase money if paid. Bond payable to Commis Kim-brell, n cor-nert- POWELL CIRCUIT COURT Bettie Hard wick &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, 1015, thereof in the above cause, the undersigned will, on the Bocond day of August, 1015, HARD WICK & CO. SPRING and SUMMER GOODS Our Spring and Summer goods are now in stock. We invite you to call and see them. We handle new, up-to-dat- e, honest merchan-dis- e at one o'clock p. in., or about, proceed there- (being Court Day), as to offer Commissioner, sale at public auction to the for highest bidder, on a credit of six mouths, at the Court House door at honest prices-t- he 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 we will get it Stanton, Ky., the property mentioned in the judgement, to wit: Situated, on Morris Creek, in Powell countv, Ky., and bound ed and described as follows; Be ginning at a point on the connty road running up Morris Creek in the line of the land of the defen dant, Lizzie Stephens; thence with a western course to the northwest corner of the said Lizzie Stephen's land ; thence a northern direction with the Leonard Hall land to the lands of Wm. Neal ; thence eastward with the land of Win. Neal and Thos. Centers to the top of Morris Creek mountain, a southern direction with the line of Ira Logan, continuing in the same direction with the lands of Lizzie Stephens to the line of Jesse Swango; thence with his line a northern direction to Holly Creek ; thence a west course with said creek to the county road, a southern direction to the point of beginning, containing about 5130 acres, more or less; also a portion of said laud 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 ware queensware paints oils seeds buggies wagons etc. harness saddles hardvarnishes farm implements i .. II 1 8 o 'The Famous Shoe For Women" It has taken many years to establish the reputation of Queen world-wid- e beginning at the northwest corS3' ner of Lizzie Stephens land, at the county road, thence north with said road to Thos. Centers' line so as to exclude Jesse Swan-go'yard and garden; thence with said Centers' line to Lizzie Stephens' line; thence to the beginning so as to exclude interest in the oil well to Henry S'ephens. containing 125 acres, more or less, or sullicient thereof to produce $100 and $ 115, so or dered to be made. The purchaser will be required to give bond, with approved se curity, for the payment of the purchase money, to have the sioner. , force and effect of a replevin ROMULUS JACKSON. bond, bearing legal interest from Muster Commissioner Powell C. C, the day of sale, according to law. s one-half Quality Shoes. We share in the pride of the manufacturers when we realize that in every civilized land Queen Quality is a household word. A nd why have these shoes gained such a splendid Because they are honestly made, reputation? fashionably styled, and comfortable to the last degree. m We are sole agents for these shoes nsyt 1 in Stanton. J.I! ro cm 3E n) cm cm yai 9H la a: You Need a Tonic There are times in every woman's life when she needs a tonic to help her over the hard places. When that time comes to you, you know what tonjc to take Cardui, the woman's tonic. Cardui is composed of purely vegetable ingredients, which act gently, yet surely, on the weakened womanly organs, and helps build them back to strength and health. It has benefited thousands and thousands of weak, ailing women in its past half century of wonderful success, and it will do the same for you. You can't make a mistake in taking Hard wick & Co STANTON KY. hide is will he prepared to coin-pl- y A lien with these terms. will he retained on the laud Bold till all the purchase money is paid. Bond puyahle to Commissioner KOllULUS JACKSON, Commissioner Powell C .C. Master 15 CARDUI The Woman's Tonic Miss Amelia Wilson, R. F. D. No. 4, Alma, Ark., says: "I think Cardui is the greatest medicine on earth, for women. Before I began to take Cardui, I was so weak and nervous, and had such awful dizzy spells and a poor appetite. Now I feel as well and as strong as I ever did, and can eat most anything." Begin taking Cardui today. Sold by all dealers. SLADE. MeUanlel is hnprovii'K under tlio tsoaTiutmt of her brother, eounly. Dr.CoiiKlutoii, (,t Mrs. II. S. MeKmibb Is able to visit her daughter, Mrn, Mart Ford, this. Has Helped Thousands. B) (D cm m cm rn Mr. T - 1. M. Illfil Sunday. Wo hope every voter will consider this mid think well before he ijulte u number hero were examined casts his vote for u man who favors tliu for hookwn nil ami several oases were whisky cause, found Uev. Chus. Harrison and wife, of Work Is Harmlesi. Wolfe county, are visltiiiK their tlau Work never hurt anyone If it wan Mrs. Lucy Ledford, hor . ghtor, only broad enough and deep enough la Miss Annie Howen visited her par- its claims ou human nature. Our exShe tremely long lived meu have always ents here Saturday and .Sunday. Tope Leo Xlll, U well pleased been hard workers. lives teaching line and who died at ninety-three- ; Humboldt, with her school on Cane Creek. who died at ulnety-two- ; Gladstone uud was Virchow, octogenarians, 'A. T. Conner, of Clark County, are examples in our time. Is It any wonder here Tuesday. that a physician gets Impatient when Judge J. M. Hunton IsKalnine ground people talk about the men and women ju this precinut. of our generation doing bo much that From all recounts whisky iis the they are exhuustlug vitality? The cause of the killing at Natural 111 IUku trouble Is they do not do enough. week. V HENRY M. BOSWORTH I Affidavit By I.S. Farmer. I. S. Farmer in an affidavit says that his original affidavit is true that he made in the support of A. T. Stewart, and the one pro cured by E B. McOlone was pro cured by misrepresentation. The affidavit follows: Your Vote For C.N.CROWE For Powell Circuit Court Clerk Will Be Appreciated Democratic Primary August 7, 1915. State of Kentucky, Set Powell County The .affiant, 1. S. Farmer says that the affidavit which was signed and circulated by Jefl . Benningfield, C. Everman, R. M. Morton and I. S. Farmer, this affiant, was the same affida. vit which I, the affiant gave A. T. IL-O- The Place, to Buy Your Goods The 'place to buy your goods is Stewart, stating that we endorse the said Stewart and expect, to vote for him at the Primary elec tion, August 7, 1015, and that the same was genuine, and tha this affidavit signed and sworn to by me was not a forgery, nor procured by fraud. At the time that 1 made the affidavit to E B. JlcGlone I did not have the original affidavit before me that 1 made to the aid Stewart, and that the affidavit hs was represented to me which was reputed to be the originul affidavit was not the same as was represented to nie by the said McUlone, and for that reason I .made the aff1. S. Farmer. idavit to him. Witness, H. 0. Skidmore, M. F. Skidmore., A. T. Stewart, Examiner for Powell county NOTICE! where you get the best value for your money. Try- - This Store - For - Value -- Henry Waldron WALTERSVILLE, - - KENTUCKY Sure To Win In His Present Position As Auditor He Has Increased the Revenue of the State In Round Numbers $2,500,000 AND THE DEMOCRATS OF KENTUCKY WILL GIVE FAYETTE COUNTY MAN AN OVERWHELMING MAJORITY Sealed bids will be received by the Powell Coulity Board of Education uutll 10 o'clock of Wednesday Aug 4tti 1015, at the oillee of tlio County Siipvf intendent in the Powell County De posit Bank Building, Stanton, Kentucky for the erection of a School building in t No 6, Educational Dh ison for a few days. No 1, (known as Ponipey district) spec Sub-distric- Albert Ea6ter, Democratic candidate for Representative, will speak at the Clay City school Matt Madigan, of Winchester, house tonight (Thursday) at 7.550 Deputy Revenue Collector, was o'clock, aud at Stanton Friday here Tuesday on business. night. Mrs. O. C. Meachein, returned Tuesday from Winchester, where Notice To County she had been visiting relatives NEWS If re- next week. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Neal are visiting their son on Morris Creek for a few days. , School Teachers. Henry M. Bosworth Who By His Courageous Fight For the Interests of the People of the State, as Auditor of the State, Has Made Himself the People's Candidate for the Democratic Nomination for Governor and is Bound to Receive an Overwhelming Majority in the August Primary. hs follows Said hous is to be a frame house 20x30 ft., and 10 ft., from Hoor to ceil ifications Charlie Duncan is nursing a sore finger these days, the sult of a felon. ing; two windows on each side, each witli an upper and lower .sash, with two panes of giat-- each 12x24 inches; the sash is to be hung with pullies, cords and weights, so as to be lowered and elevated at will and they are to be supplied with locks to prevent their being entered from the outside. One door at the front end of the house and in the middle of that end, hung on three substantial hinges at top, center and bottom of the door; a substantial lock and key with suitable knobs for turning the hitch; ouo brick flue in the center of the house and swung on iron hooks to come to the surface of the ceiling, and said flue shall extend at least two feet abovothe comb of the house. There shall be steps, if necess ary, to enter the house. House to be built on 12 good and substantial stone pillars, put to a depth of not less than 12 inches, the base of same to be filled with stone or gravel, Said house is also to be provided with window shut ters. Itafters 2x4 ; Joists 2x6 ; sills 0x8 sleepers, 2x8. The house is to bo boxed with good cyclone boxing on the outside, und on that, good second class dressed weatherboarding The houso is to bo covered with good and acceptable roofing with the proper and necessary sheeting to make a good and substantial roof. The houso is to be painted with two good coats of white paint on tlio outside. All proposals must be sealed and addressed to the Board of Education) Stanton, Ky., the Board leserviug tlio right to reject any or all bids. (Signed) Kate S. Bohannan, " Chairman, " O. A. Coulee ,Sec, July 27th. 1615. s FJRST: He has increased the revenue of the state in round numbers, in the last three years, MILF TWO AND LION DOLLARS more than enough to pay the state out of debt. He is the only Auditor who has had the courage of his convictions; who has had the nerve to defend the state against the corporations, and in the face (if all opposition he raised the assessments of the corporations from $48,000,000 to more than This re$132,000,000 annually. quired a courageous fight because corporations as a rule do not lay down, but with their array of lawyers they fight to the bitter end; hence the record of Henry M. Bosworth will go down in history as the greatest record ever made bv any Auditor ! the state. ONE-HAL- practical farmer; he is a practical business man ; he is in position to give to this state intelligent suadpervision and a business-lik- e ministration. THIRD: Henry M. Bosworth stands for right he, is not controlled by the Breweries, by the Whiskey Trust, by the Railroads, or other corporations. He stands alone. He is fighting for a principle, and will go down in defeat rather than sacrifice that princi- Pl Among the visitors at Dew Drop Inn, the camp of Mr. 0. A. Hazelrigg and family, Sunday, were Mr. aud Mrs. Taulbee Mounts, Miss Bennie Rich, Virgil Rose, Austin Johnson, J. L. Duncan, Dr. Norton and John Eaton. Mrs. M. P. O'Mara and little daughter, Lena Patricia, returned Monday from an extended stay with relatives in Portsmouth Ohio. There will be preaching at the Church Oluy City Methodist worth has always stood for Democratic principles, and he will stand for them at this critical time for the party. To those who believe in this kind of an administration, who believe in, this kind of a man, Henry M. Bosworth appeals for 'SECOND: Iienry M. Bos- support in the August primary. worth is a practical man ; he is a Somerset Journal. Your Cough Can He Stopped. DliNTIST HERE. FOURTH: Henry M. Bos- Using care to uvpid draughts, E. M. Norton, of Louisville, exposure, sudden changes, mid Is Dr.Conlee's Motel, and is prepared at taking a treatment of Dr. King's to do dental work of all kinds. Or. New Discovery, will positively Norton will be here for some time, relieve, and in time will surety and those needing dental work would rid you, of your Cough. Th"e do well to see him. first dose soothes tlio irritation, checks your Cough, which stnpn WHEN YOU WANT in a short time. Dr. Kings New A SHAVE OR HAIR OUT Discovery bus been used sucetKs guarun-toe- d OR ANY fully for 45 years and is to euro you. Money buck if TONSORIAL WORK it fails. Get a bottle from your CALL ON Druggist; it costs only a little will help you so nuiqh. imd H. H. PHERIGO. Sunday morning and evening. Dolly Mao Niblack, is visiting ber cousins at Kiddville and Winchester, this week. ' Mrs. Sylvia Russell is spending a few weeks with friends and re latives here. A. M. Lowe was iu town for a couple of days this week. O. N. Crowe, candidate for re election as Circuit Court Clerk, was in town Wednesday, calling on the voters. Our ball team went to Irvine Saturday and wore defeated by a Another game will score of be played here Saturday. Pompey school house, which was destroyed by lire a few months ago, is to be rebuilt, and bids are being advertised for. Mrs. A. P. Johnson and daugh Notice ter, Lulu, are visiting relatives I have been informed that my and will take in oppoueutB are stating that I have iu Winchester the Clark County Fair. withdrawn from the, race for Representative. I have- .not with Q uite u uumhor from Powoll drawn, and will bo;n4the race to couu uru prtii'uriuK iu uwuuu the lust minute. B.jF, Ilutton. the Bluegrass Fair at Lexiugtou 7-- 0. - As County School Supervisor, I have arranged with our county paper for space to publish each week a report from each school, Cards for the purpose will be sent to each teach er aud we hope that every teachor in the county will enter heartily into a campaign with us to increase the enrollment and attendance. The editor has not only given us space for this report but ho has agreed also to send tin,' paper complimentary to each school so that the teachers and pupils may see just what the teacher and pupils of the other schools or doing along the lino of attendance. You will get a batch of cards stamped and addressed one of which you will please" use each week. Fill out the card and mail it on Saturday and then look for the report in tho paper the next week and encourage your pupils to do the same. If anything of general interest happens in qur school or community report it on the card or otherwise to the paper. Put your school and community on the map and thus create u wholesome patriotism. I expect to visit your school within the next few weeks asd I want you to feel free to use me in any way that will help you in your work. If at any time you feel that I might be of assistance to you write .mo and I shall be glad to do what I can.' Yours for a good school in every district. Neal A. Itansou. Is Sickness A SIh? illness aud means of relief. It's to endure Liver Ills, Headache, Iudigestion, Constipation when one doso of gives relief. Po Do - Lax is Podophyllin(MayApplo),witliout the gripe. It arouses the Livor, increases theflow of bile Nature's antiseptic iu the Bowels. Your Constipatiou and other ills disappear over night because has helped Nature to remove the cause. Qet a bottle from your Druggist to day. Get rib of ' your Constipation over uight. wioked I.' 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