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CLAY CITY. K.Y., THURSDAY, STANTON. (By, P. O. AUGUST 5. 1915. NO. SO. P Affidavit By Edward J. MtDcrmott. Among I.S. Farmer. Dcrthick.) A Salary Grabber. Albert Easter and A. M. Lowe spoke who are seeking the nomination affidavit says to n very enthusiastic audience at the for Governor this" year, LieutenI. S. Farmer in au Court House last Friday night. that his original affidavit is true Miss ant Governor Ed Vard J. McDer-mot- t Tallega, and Maxic the support of graduatejof Johnson, ofthis year visitthathemado in stands out as being one of our college a A. T. Stewart, and the one pro- ed in StantOn over Sunday. the most populaf. In the first the nfaiiy candidates cured by E. B. McGlone was proMiss Lennie Smith has been dangercured by misrepresentation i The ously sick with typhoid fever, but is some better at this writing.' affidavit follows: Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Catron have State of Kentucky, moved into the house vacated by M. Set Mrs. Mary E. Johnson's daughter from Hamilton, Ohio, is visiting her this week. Miss Minnie Conlee received a bad fall from a swing that crippled her up for a few days. Mrs. Sis Hall i suffering from rheumatism very much this week. Her son Ab Hall, of Montgomery County, Stewart, stating that we endorse was here visiting last week. the safd Stewart and expect to Kobqrt Morris left for Hamilton! vote for him at the Primary Ohio, where he will seek work for the 7, 1015, and that future. st Powell County The affiant, L S. Parmer, says that the affidavit which was signed and circulated by Jell" 0. Everman, H. 0. Benningfield, R. M. Morton and I. S. Parmer, this affiant, was the same aflida-yi- t which I, the affiant gave A. T. A. Phillips and family. the same wus genuine, and that 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. McGlone I did not have the Original affidavit, before me that v'l made to the aid "Stewart, and "ythat the affidavit hs was represented to me which was reputed - The two children of John Creed were thrown from a horse last week and one of them severely injured by the horse stepping on it. A. T. Stewart is making an aggn ssive campaign for the nomination for the. are Legislature. Splendid reports coming in from all over Powell and Estill Counties in his favor. orir!in'.1 It might bo of interest to know affidavit was that this past year there were 2184 alii-du.vi- ?. . Atre.17rniiiti.il Alining nlld little SOI) Illir 11 lliiltl wlltl IlilK uhVil.VS Mood of Lexington are visiting her brother fur party Joyalty, for partv prit h. H. h tiller. jeiples, for Inline- - rllle and for It U desired that everybody thut the Count v Unitbill. can meet at the cemetery next AVed- Jujie Bttiok will add to the ..... lion. Olautle B. TerreP, of Bed-for- nerdiiyLAutfiist 11th to clean up tne ,,,,,1. Democratic- candidate for cemetery, such gooe work was done,0"'7"- " iiij nrm........ wish to continue the cmufc oi M..n. Treasurer, is one of the most last yesr that weMen women and cliU-- 4 his party record and , his repre-dre- n improvement. ticket-Practicalpopular candidate" on the tentative character us a man are all invited to help. every Democratic troin tne iiio.hiihiiis. uuiavinr M, A. Phillips held a bale of his has endorsed houHehold goods Saturday and every Evening Port. paper in the-Stat- o candidacy, and he is almost' pure thing In might a fair price. He will go! of a big plurality. His previous, with his family to Louisville where know her. She wns'u queenly home It wnsw rare delight to be expe.riene as Speaker in the they will mike their furture home.- woman and jfhe Sunday School Chits of the t'hrls- a guest at her tattle. Mer tame as h' House of Representatives, has tiun Church reuuested the writer to cook was known far and near. The made him familiar with State to Bay u few words of- appreciation in writer 1ms heard from nil tides the business, ami he has the' ability behalf or Mrs. Phillips, lie in only too highest words of tribute for her, and to make the people of the stuie glad to do ko but he ifuds he hasn't her Influence in this community will t enough thtaights to do her be ini'eU. Her. grand daughter, an excellent, nliiciul. jilhtiee. Mrs.- Phillips has a host of Luclle Todd, will also be missed in she n-friend lu Stautim who iueeielyaiid has a host of friends who regret to l.ueile has a wonderful ' h.r li.ivi. 'deeply regret her leaving our" town. 'Miss Grace Ritchie has return, If the writer hits ever heaid anything talent lor musio aim uer pnuiu pm; ...j e Thome after spending u sum- said again! her he does not remember was tnarve.ous, m ih mer term nt the Cincinnati TJon it. To be held a friend of Mrs. Phillips speed in ineir n; mum- nun ini visit from them may bo often, indeed. was mi honor sought by every onewho . feiv'uftirv of music. . to me by the said McGlone, und tor thatreasou 1 made the I S. Farmer. to' him. Witness, H. G. Skidmore, M. F. Skidmore. A. T. Stewart; Examiner for Powell county an attendance or 1679 or an avenge qi 74 percent based n last census. The average annual wage 'of teacher wan I2&L34. There are 37 school houses in the county, most of them fairly good condition, We wish the attendance might'be brought tip to at least 05 per cent. rrtinlKofrroaag The Democrats of Powell county must on Saturday express their choice between Judge Benton, of Clark county, and Judge Shackel ford, of Madison count', as to place his duties! as Lieutenant which they prefer forCircuit Judge. Governor have made him fami- They" know Judge Benton, who liar with the routine of the office, has served them with fidelity. and it is admitted by all that he They know nothing of Judge Shachas the indispensable qualifica- kelford, his character or his a'lits, tions for that '(filice, including or for the job. ability, learningjfexperience and On the 21st day of October, 1913 sterling quality. He has prov-ethe Madisonian, Hon. Grant E. to the citizens of the state, Lilly's newspaper at Richmond, that he is qualified, and you will called Judge Shackelford a salary make no mistake in marking grabber. The charge came up in your ballot foMiim Saturday. this way : Judge Shackelford had LUS. been county judge for four years, Lieutenant Governor and was'again the nominee of the Democratic party. He was receivJudge Black js man of charac- ing a salary-o- $1250 a year. He ter and standing a lawyer of demanded the sum of $1500 for ability, and bis? record on the the next four years. The Fiscal bench is such UasjLu entitle Jiim to Court was composed of eight magthe 'confidence,? of the whole istrates, four of whom voted for the people. Judge raise, and four against it. The Deniyiuwic party is fortu Shackelford broke the tie by voting nate in httyibgJtat. its command 'for the increase . I ti I: r 8UCU a cauuiiiftie The Madisonian, in commenting Governor. Thel'ositioi is one on this action of Judge Shackel ot nrsc iinpor ai.ee. in so iiir ford had this t0 say as it relates to iine Uounty Unit One of the direct results of bri..." . bill, it is a mitftfcr of greater iin- .berv' in elections is best illustrated I; t . nortance than WMt nt the G ver recent nets of certain county of- 'ficials in having their salaries rais v :. ., . l ie Democrats, therefore, owe , it to thttinelvei, to their own the comity, the Counay Judge, the phitfonu upon which whose duty it is to guard and prostate oiliceis tect the finances of the people, has hey elected-thas their ago. to nun-lour years voted to himself a raise in salary for Lieutenant Gnvei- - of $250 ber year, amounting durcandidate -1 d Judge J. M. Benton county was paying him, the county was furnishing him a stenographer for which it paid $36o a year, that His Quarterly Court fees amounted to $6oo a year, that his fees holding examining trials amounted to $25o a year, that by charging five and six times what the law al lows him for making settlements with guardians, executors and administrators, he was getting u t less than $1250 a year for 'that work. He was getting out of the county judge's office not less tita i j4ooo a.year,; and asked ror $25 i more and got'it by fusowii'te. Does any man believe that if he had been frank with the. Fiscal Court, and told the members tlia he was then getting $4,000 a year out of the office, Hiat he would have been able, even by his own vo e 'o get $25o more a year. Let the Democrats of Powell county think on these matters before they trade off a good Circuit Judge for one they know nothing about, and whose own county paper gives him such an unsavory official record. For f J . i - , Jy rei-o- nl, I For State Treasurer - d, r, ly i eUx-uvn- - e I ing the term to $1000. Whether this will entirely repay him for the money expended in the election, we know not, nor is it in the least material. He has by his own act voted into his own pocket and out of the pockets of the people $1000. It cannot be denied that one of the incentives to doing this was the expenses of the recent campaign. "His action is clearly illegal. He is the presiding officer of the Fiscal Court, and no member f the court can vote on a question in which he has a material interest. The law prohibits it.'' We wonder if Judge Shackelford, when he was asking the Fiscal Court to increase his salary from $1250 to $1500 a year, and jjot.tlic raise only by voting tor it himself, explained to the Fiscal Court that besides the $125o the RELIGIOUS. The last meeting for this year for the Hardwick's Creek Methodist Church, will be held there next S.iturday nidit, Sunday Morning, and Sunday nidit, the 7th aiidSih. Everybody will be welcome. The iii"inbers of the church are urge to be present at all services. Cot-ference I the ! VOTE FOR ED W. J. McDERMOTT For Governor of Kentucky THE A TIMES. ANNOUNCEMENTS For Railroad Commissioner. We arc authorized to announce IL G. GARRETT as a candidate for Railroad Commissioner in the Third Railroad Commissioners District. Subject to the action ef the Republican primary August 7, 1915. For Circuit Judge. Democratic Newspaper Eighteen Years Old Efficient v Nurse Finds Assistance Airs. Anna L. Bryan Is Given Relief by Prem- The Best Weekly in this Section M. ier Preparation P. O'MARA, We are authorized to announce W. R. SHACKELFORD as Candidate for the Democratic mail mat Entered as second-clas- s nomination for Circuit Juden of Post Office at Clay City, the Twenty-fiftter Judicial district. Ky., under the Act of Congress of Primary election August 7, 1915. OWNER AND PUBLISIIEK. at-th- h March 3, 1879. A HOME-MADE PAPER. 1Plo THURSDAY, AUG. 5. We arc authorized to announce J. M. BENTON, of Winchester, Ivy., as a candidate for the Democratic nomination..fbr Circuit Judge in the 25th Judicial district. Primary election August 7, 1915. For Circuit Clerk. With the primary plection only, three duys oH" and the cand nlates for office making their last rounds in an endeavor to insuro your vote, at that time, it is the duty of every qualified elector to study over the various candidates with regard to theircjualificatlons for the office which they seek. Your vote should not he cast tor a man simply because he asks you, nor yet because he is a neighbor, or for any other similar reason. If you believe any one man of your party to be better prepared for the olliice than another, it is your duty to vote for that man, and thereby assist in putting the government of the county, which aflee's us sil', into better hands. Nliate"d Louisville, Ky., August, 1th Mrs. Anna L. Brymi, tin efficient trained nurse, who resides at 301 Crescent. Court, Crescent Hill, this city, is among the hundreds ot Louisville women who have used Ta nlac, the premier preparation, with the most beneficial results. Mrs. Bryan said: "I find Tan lac very fine. I have been using it for more than a week for gastritis.. I have been treated by several physicians with very poor results. At times I vomited blood, and lost weight steadily. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES WASHINGTON, O. C. Every legal voter, who is alii with either the Democratic or Republican prty, has the right to go to .the polling booth Saturday, and express his opinion withVegard to the men he thinks shotild be elected to' the various office's which are being contested for, my every man should take advantage of that right and. so express his opinion. The man who will not vote should be deprived of the right to do so and deprived of the rights of citizen-ship- . ..If every voter will express his opinion as to the candidates on the ballot and will do that fearlessly and with regard only to the qualifications of that man, only the best men will have a chanee for election, and general conditions vsill be greatly The ease with which false reports can be spread was demonstrated last week when u kMling occured at Natural Bridge. The city papers carried reports that the men accused of the shooting carried their victim into the tunnel and, laying his body across the trucks, refused to allow any one to couio into the tunnel to ussist the wounded reports to maiif According brought here by Coroner Larison and other officers who were summoned to the. scene, there was no truth in such reports. The shooting occured in the tunnel and the wounded uiuii was left there for some time, but he received such Kiedjcal attention as Was available, and was afterwards carried out to the stand 011 the grounds. On the arrival of the officers, the iinen cuvo themselves up without any disturbance. . has given me great.' relief Since I begun tak ing the medicine 1 have notfeed a, marked improvement in my con dition. I hnye.jueiised to vomit primary, August 7, 1915. blood and have begun taking no We are authorized to announce w.eight. In fact, Tanlao, has made me feel like a different MARION ATKINSON and I wish that very ex as a candidate for Circuit Court wouiau, cellent medicine great success." Clerk of Powell county, .subject Tanlac, the premier nrepura-tion- , to the action of the Democratic primary, August 7, 1915. is of uuusu'il benefit m case of stomach? liver and kid For Representative,. uey trouble, rheumatism, nervWc are authorized to announce ousness, uus6tiTfd sleep, faulty circulation, pallid complexion, A. M. LOWE as a candidate for Representative catarrhal and bronchial troubles, from this district, subject to the coughs, colds and the like. action of the Democratic primary, especially beneficial, as a tonic iVugust 7, 1915. for general debilitated persons, blood purifier aittl tissue builder. We are authorized to announce Tanlac can be obtained in Ulny B. P: HATTON , City at Eaton & McGuiru's, and as a candidate for the Republican in Stanton at Hlrdwiek & Co's. ' nomination for Representative froiA this' district, snhinet tn thr action of theJRcpublican primary, In the race for Representative August 7, 15. It is essential that every Demo We are authorized to announce crat should turn out and vote for the candidate that he thinks is A. T. STEWART as a candidate for the Republican the .better manias.- owinp, to the nomination for Representative for strong light- being made by three this district. Subject to the ac- members of the opposite party tion of the Republican primary, for the nomination there isevery August 7, 1915. indication of a bis; split in the We arc authorized to announce Republican ranks, and- for that reason, the Democrats" have the ALBERT EASTER as a candidate for the Democratic best chance in iyeurB to elect, a nomination for Representative for Representative., Albert Easter this district. Subject to the ac- and A. M. Lowe, the two Demotion of the Democratic primary, cratic candidate's, are both well August 7, 1915. known in both Estill und Powell, and the voter slpiuld. be able to Wo are authorizedJ,to announce decide for himself which is I he E. B. McGLONE better puuliflieo" for .the office. as a candidate for the Republican nomination for Representative But the niaiu tluug is to be sure for this district. Subject tn the und turn out and vote for the action of the Republican prim- partv. ary, August 7, 1915. We areauthorized to announce 0. N. CliO WE as a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of Powell County, subject to the action of the Democratic, "I find Tanla'c Hon. James P. Lewis, Pikeville, Kv., July 22, JHl. Whitesbnrg, K, Dear Judge Lewis: I have recently vjsited other sections of Kentucky and I find the sentiment there among Republicans well nigh univeroal that the Tenth District has earned and onirlit to have a place on our State ticket this year. 1 find also that your eminent fitness for the office of Secreturv of State isevervwhere conceded. You will receive an unprecedented primary vote in this section of the Big .Sandy Valley, where you ure 3 well known and I predict your nomination by a large niiijPrjtvv Of course you will be elected, for this is a Republican year ;in Kentucky. We are goini: to set the pace for the Republican landslide in the Nation which is scheduled for next . year." Wishing you every success and with kind .personal regards, believe me. . It-i- s Sincerely yours, A (Signed) J NO. W. LANG LEV. 7.1 mmm , college, KY. 1915. lj STANTON, Next'Term Opens September'6, - One of 'the Best Schools in Kentucky. Courses in Agriculture and Domestic Science. Review Classes in the Common Branches will be'Oonducled the Term. throughout - By paying part of their Expenses' in Worc!$tudents may get Rates at trie Dormitory as low as $1 5d per Week. For Information Write to1-- ' Rev. J. C. Hanley, President, Stanton, Ky. ' . 33rd Judicial District. $100 REWARD, $100 We are authorized to nr.nnunce as HUGH RIDDELL candidate for the Democratic nomination for Circuit Judge for the 23rd judicial district, Breathitt. Estill. Lee and Wolfe couutips. Subject to the actum, pt the Augiut primary. com-iir'si- 11 v l5 Of lii'liiiiiBiliilliilli DRINK. fcH ETHAN WET" I a chick's ttiroat cured capes. AteWdroDtlnthedrlok-ln- i water cures and prevent 1 diarrhoea, cholera and other chick diseases, Ono 50c bottle makes IZgalloDsof medicine. At all drugglsts.or by mall postpaid. Valuable poultry book itce. louumi Kwor eo iuiiotm down Bourbon Poultry Curo Said by the FARMERS UNON SUPPLY CO. Cjay City? Ky. The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that, there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been, able to curo in, all its stages, and tint is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity, Catarrh being a constitutional disease, requires a constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Pure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system, thereby destroying tho foundation of the disease, and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work. The proprietors haver so muoh faith in its curative powers that they offer Orte Hundred Dollars for any caso that it fails to cure, end for list of testimonials. Address P. J Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio. old by all Drug-gists, SUMMER SUITS 4 ' If .you want class and style in your sum-me- r clothes you cannot afford to overlook 1 BLOOMFIELD'S SPECIALS They sell at REASONABLE PRICES and they are WORTH THE MONEY, Come in and Look them ovej Lee Bloomfi'eld & Co., Main St. . t 75c. iJ -- Take Hall's 'Ra'nilly, ' constipation. .' EjUs . for Next to the Clark County National Bank, Winchester, Ky . rm Democratic Editors See Victory for Claude B.Terrell In Race for Nomination for State Treasurer In August Primary Election. , If there is one contest in the approaching Democratic State primary election about which the Democratic newspapers of Kentucky seem to be agreed it is that the Hon. Claude B. Terrell, Trimble County, should and will be nominated for the office of State Treasurer. Mr. Terrell has made a runaway race of it from the day he entered the contest. His especial fitness for the offic he is seeking has appealed to the Democratic editors of every section of Kentucky, and they have done much to mold the sentiment of their communities in his favor by informing the people as to the character of the man and his qualifications for public service. Herewith are quoted brief paragraphs taken from editorials of newspapers published in every section of Kentucky. It would require not less than two pages of a newspaper to publish in full these unsolicited words of commendation of Mr. Terrell and his candidacy: ' Your Vote For C. N. CROWE For Powell Circuit Court Clerk Will Be Appreciated Democratic Primary August 7, 1915. The Place to Buy our Goods The place to buy your goods is The Calloway Timet: He has served three terms In tho legislature, two as Speaker, and Is a clean, sober and discreet man. He will poll a splendid vote In this county next month. The Ballard County Advance: Mr. Terrell Is a. man well equipped for this Important office and will make a splendid official. He Is a man you like better the more you see him. Paducah He Is a substantial business man, and Is held In the highest esteem by all who know him, and has many friends In this section of Kentucky who will give him Newt-Democrathelr-suppo- lacking In the state, and has been so much needed. Shepherdtvllle Newt: He helped to enact more constructive laws than any other Speaker who has presided over the House In fifty years. He Is by far the ablest and strongest man seeking the Treurpship Breckenr' 'ge Newt: The Dig Sandy News pays a very fine compliment to Claude B. Terrell. The beauty about it is that 'tis true. rt people and made a very favorable Impression. He is well equipped from an official standpoint to fill the office of State Treasurer. He Is a Fulton Dally Leader: staunch Democrat, Is familiar with the public affairs of the State by virtue of his commanding position thn past few years In the legislature and is well fitted In every way to make the people of Kentucky a faithful State Treasurer and guardian of the funds of the commonwealth. Clinton Gazette: Mr. Terrell has made a reputation as a man who Is to be depended upon to do exactly what he promises to do. Arlington Courier: A better man cannot be found for this place. He Is public spirited, and a friend to the working man. Mayfleld Messenger: He Is a great friend Jo education and a constant ngnier lor gooa roaas. vvim mm as State Treasurer the people can be assured that the affairs of that office will be conducted honestly and according to law. Mr, Bowling Green Times-JournaTerrell will add strength to the ticket selected next month, and It Is gratifying to know that his nomination is a certainty. Bowling Green News: The press of the state is loud In Its praise of him gentleman as a Democrat, a high-clas- s and an honorable Incorruptible man of fine business and executive ability and one who never has and never will betray a trust either In private or public life. Todd County Progress: Mr. Terrell enjoys a wide acquaintance In the state, made a splendid Speaker of the House, and Is a man of winning personality. Smith's Grove Times: The county papers over the state are giving Terrell their support, and it Is likely that he will ,carry the state by a larger majority than most candidates. Cloverport Newt: He Is a man who has made good In all his public trusts. He is a man well equipped for the office he Is askfng. Springfield Sun; The manner In which he conducted the affairs of his great trust as Speaker won for him many strong friends over the state, who are now endeavoring to endorse bis valuable service. New Haven Echo: He Is of the younger set of business men and possesses the push that has always been Felf-madl: Mr. Terrell met a large number of our The Princeton Leader: While here ' K CLAUDE B. TERRELL Kentucky Standard: He has been closely associated with the educational Interest of the state for many years, and popular education has no stronger advocate. Hartford Herald: He Is splendidly qualified, as his service In office has brought him close to the Interests of the people. Estill Tribune: He Is a conservative business man In whom the people can trust with Implicit faith and his loyalty and work for Democratic success entitles him to recognition by the party. Danville Messenger: Mr. Terrell has gained much strength over the state, especially during the past two weeks, and his nomination seems assured. . Henry County Local: His career has been prominent and noteworthy of the sterling character of this splendid young man. It behooves the Democrats to remember him on election day. Owenton Newt-HeralIt should be a pleasure to Owen County Democrats to cast their votes for him. He will make a safe and efficient Treas urer. Woodford Blue Qratt Clipper: None of the candidates are receiving more favorable mention. From every quar ter come reports of the great favor In which his candidacy Is held. Loultvlllt Evening Pott: Mr. Ter rell is running on a record that seemn invincible. His friends say the nomination is certain, and the honor will be most fitly and properly bestowed. Louisville Journal of Labor: Citizens of Kentucky should certainly appreciate his efforts and evidence their appreciation by nominating this splendid worker for the public good. He is meeting with great success dally and his candidacy grows in public favor constantly. Boone County Recorder: His pros'-pefor receiving the nomination is very godd. He is a Sixth District boy, and we are. all for him. Falmouth Pendletonian: His greatest strength Is where he is best known, which is the strongest evidence of a man's worth, and for this high office he has no superiors. Carrollton Democrat: All who know him seem to be for him. Trimble County is fated to have a representative among our stato officials the coming four years. Grant County Newt: There Is no blot on his escutcheon as a lawmaker and a faithful servant of the people, and he now comes with clean hands seeking a :tate office. We have no doubt he will reflect credit. Unlontown Telegram: Besides his ability which qualifies him to efficiently conduct the duties of Treasurer, ho is a native Union countian, which makes a strong' appeal to us. Sebree Banner: The ticket needs strength to win In November, and Claude B. Terrell will add much along that line Webster County voters can well afford to support him. Pembroke Journal: Terrell looks like a winner. He has the support of the leadlrg newspapers of the stcte. In all official positions he has served his constituents faithfully. Big Sandy Newt: In Eastern Kentucky Mr Terrell Is very strong. No citizen who wants clean men In important offices will make any mistake In voting for him. Hazel Green Herald: No Democrat can possibly make a mistake In voting for Terrell, for he has been tried in many positions of honor and trust and never yet has he been found want ing. where you get the best value for your money. Try- - This - Store - For - Value Henpy WALTERSVILLE, Waldpon KENTUCKY Robertson Advance: He does not permit politics to make of him a selfish or biased man. He is able to take care of the Treasurer's office, and he will carry this county. Ewlng Enquirer: He is widely known as a man of ability, as a pro moter of the good roads movement and all educational matters. He is worthy of the support of any man who wants to place the right man In the right place. Ruttell Timet: Democrats want men nominated that will bring strength to tbe ticket In the general election. They will make no mistake In nominat ing Terrell for Treasurer. Whltetburg Mountain Eagle: As State Treasurer he will be "at home," and besides doing much good for his constituents be will be In part repaid ror the excellent work he has already done for Kentucky. Pike County Newt: A most excel lent gentleman and fully qualified for the office he seeks. The enemies of .Indue J. M. Benton are resorting to nil sorts of tactics to driit: into the the god name mid reputation established by t lie candidate for Circuit .1 udirc. Induing so the v have been applying the iimckral with diligence in an ellord to hriiig him on a level with his op ponent, these tactics are of the opponent of .Indue Benton and have marked their every eli'ort since t lie opening of the loon the campaign-betweeman mid his .Madison county opLeading Democratic Candidate for ponent. Superintendent of Public Iu an effort to regain the wanInstruction. ing support the Shackelford sii If you desire the school system porter do not liestitate to take run on a business basis, which into their bunds the slighter will pay the teachers on time, in- mole hill ami mold it into i crease the per capita and attend- mountain without a regard for ance, get a dollar's worth of eff- c mseience uud there seems no icient service for every dollar exabating of the dirty work which pended, vote for V. O. Gilbert. has been in progress for some V. O. GILBERT j nr j charm-teristi- e n I time, We are of the opinion that the supporters uud friends of Judge Shackelford could accomplish Believini: it is due the good more by devoting iheir eilort to people of Hurdwick's Creek the elevation of the man of their Methodist. Church ns well sis those choice, rather than running who insisted them iu raising down his opponent whose record money to cover the church. I as a man uud jurist stands out desire to correct the report of iu bold relief. The fair minded the meeting held there on the voters can compare the recards fourth Sunday in June. That of the two cuudidates for this report said $100,00 was ruised for ollice and without unbiased prethe purpose of covering the house, judice can draw their owu deand those who do not kuow will ductions us to which is tiie better believe it was all ruised on t hut dualiliea to lill the ollice which day. 1 desire to give tthe meet- is one of the most responsible in ing credit for all it did, but I tho district uud which was creatwish to say tho question of cover- - ed to be filled by men in whom . . .. ! t ing t no nouso uau ueeu uucusseu the people could display confiut tine of my appointment, whou dence and whoso abilities cannot it was agreed to meet asain to be questioned. uppointa committee far the purQuietly tho Beutou supporters pose, which wub done, the com ure listening to tho stories which mittee went to work, and by the are being circulated, while the time of the Basket dinner they every ell'or of the Shackelford had secured iu tho neighbor men is making votes (or the Clark hood of $75.00. county candidate every day. Respectfully Submitted, Winchester Sun. E. H. Ritchie P. 0. A CORRECTION. .1 1 Vote For Claude B. Terrell For State Treasurer A, M. Lowe The Democrats have nil excel-lenchance to elect a Represent, ative from this district. While the two counties ordiuarlly give a Republican majority of 200, the hot fight going on nmong the t, many of the opposite pirty. He stands for progress and retrench merit in our public expenditures, aud if elected cui accomplish more good for the people of his dletrick than any of the other candidates. Vote for him. ady. three Republican candidates in almost sure to result in a division that will turn many votes from-thnominee in the final election. A. M. Lowe, who is a candidate mi the Democratic ticket, hag the endorsement and backing of the leading Democrats of Powell county, and can carry the solid wote of this county and swing Rev. Jones of Hazard, Ky., stopped over night on his return from a special meetimg of The West Lexington Presbytery. Miss Dannie Rabbins left on Monday for Slontreat N. 0. to attend the Ohataqua of the Presbyterian churth. ORPHANS' HOME ITEMS. John and Paul Ackmau aro in the hospital at Winchester for The Winchester Aid Snciete of treatment, the Presbyterian Church remembered us recently with another DENTIST MERE. WHEN YOU WANT A SHAVE OR HAIR OUT OR ANY check for 921. Mrs, Edgar of Paris sent us $0 for our range fund and also one dollar from the Sunday School class. Man With Qtatttt. nr. E. M. Norton, ot Louisville, It It a greater crime la the eye ot Is at Conlee's Hotel, and It prepared the law to strike a man who wears to do dental work ot all kinds. Or. gliitea than it It to anault one who bo here for some time, does not wear glasses. In most ot Nortoa will and those needing dental work would the states tblt law obtains, it not ta do wall to see him. alt of them. TONSORIAL WORK CALL ON H. H. PHERIOO. For Albert Easter Editor at Winchester last week. Rev. and Mrs. E. II. llitohie' Wcat Liberty, Ky., August 2nd 1010. Clay City Times", announce the engagement of Dear Sir:- their (laughter, Bessie 'May. to As regular reader will you Mr. Russell (Mark Landes, of please permit me through the columns Goshen, Vn. The wedding will of your valuable paper to say a few words in the interest of Sir. Albert take place early in the fall. Easter--, leiiiocrath' candidate for Hop Claude Carr, of Miami, Texas, resentative in your district. .Having ' is spending a few weeks visiting known Mr. Enster and living within a stone throw of him for some, fivo or six relatives and friends here. His -- . uuu itliuwiu; hum im I uti w l.n father, Mr. Harvey Oarr, has jcuiS) .....i !......:.. t. l ,l n an honest and sincere man, and having been in poor health for some time, labored faithfully for the success of his party, at wjicse hands he asks this and Mr. Garr will remain here nomination, I feel it my duty as a for probably a month yet, Democrat to say these few words in A mad dog in the yard of sec his behalf. And in doing so I am castopponent tion foreman Gillis, created sotiie ing no reflections upon his Mr. A. M. Lowe a gentleman of whom excitement. Tuesday morning 1 do not know. Mr. Easter is well qualwas finally shot by George ified in every particular for the high It ollice to which he aspires, nnd I know Stephens. him to be a man who cannot be bought, Borne to Mrs. Nettie Hall, or controlled by any manor set of men. July 27, a Im pound He is a man who will do his duty Tuesday, without fear or favor, and if nominated girl. and elected will serve to the last letter Considerable excitement was the great common people. Being himSaturduy self a farmer and earning his living by crused in Winchester bv the' disappearance of the sweat of the brow gives him a clear uizht daughter of idea of the wants of the farmers and of the little" the legislation that should be passed Mr. and Mrs, H. G. Crabtree, in their behalf. Mr. Easter if nomi- who had been attending the Fair. nated will add a tower of strength to girl wandered awny the ticket in November throughout The little from the Central Hotel, where his district. Being a native of Old Powell County they were staying, and it was and having the interest of her people at some honrs before the frantic s heart I feel it my duty to say these parents could locate her. in his behalf. Sincerely, Albert Easter and A.M. Lowe, W. S l'otts. the two Democratic candidates i I HARDWICK & Our Spring and Summer goods are now in stock. to call arid see them. We handle new, he up-to-date, GO. ; SPRING and SUMMER GOODS' honest We invite you merchan-dise 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 Furnish- ing 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 hard- ware queensware paints oils seeds buggies wagons etc. varnishes farm implements, Local Items. W. H. Overly, of Ashlard, is visiting his sister, Mrs. II. H. J'herigo, for a few days. The leading Republicans in this county are for Shackelford. That's one rea son why Democrats should vote fori Benton. con-taini- for Lost, A leather bill book about $18 ni currency and May have been some receipts. on ing fine. lost at Argylle or Stanton-o- r Watch next week for the Big the train. Finder please return or to Clearance Sale adv. to Station Agent Vollmer & Co., of Stanton. this office. of Hardwick not Miss Grace Martin, ,of Olay This enterprising firm does carrying stock over City, visited Miss Mable Norton believe in Semi-Annu- Representative from this district, both made speeches at the schoolhouse last Thursday night. A good crowd turned out to hear them. The open air baud practice is much appreciate' by the people of the town. A strong light has been 'hung on the square near the depot, and a large number of citizens are always on band to hear the boys, who are progress- peps 3 e i asa M 'The Famous Shoe For Women" It has taken many years to establish the world-widreputation .of Queen 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- We are sole agents for these shoes in Stanton THE LIVE HABV will be brought to our store next Saturday afternoon. Will you be here to seethe nurso bring it to us? Wo shall take care of the baby from that time until your ballot decides into what home it shall gb. It will not be necessary to take out adoption papers, a we, tiave arranged to give legal title to it. Do you want the family of your neighbor to have it? Then get your coupons in for them. It will be brought to thetoro next Saturcay. Mubleext Sururday by Mis timith, and next Wednesday by Ethel Duncan. Hardwick & Co. STANTON KY. r w Let usupply your wants in Steel Ranges anl Heaters, as the severe winter weather will be on us, and we can furnish you anything from the cheapest in stoves up to any price. Coal Oil Cookers, ,.,,-- Beginning Monday, Aug. 16, we start our Clearande Sale to close out several lines of goods that we do not care to handle any more, and to make room for our FALL AND WINTER GOODS which will b,e coming in shortly. Sems-Annual Mr5. J. W. Wi mauls (THE BOOSTER STOKE) from one season to another, and anapolis, after u stay of three they reduce pricesto clear it out. months with friends here and in Montgomery county. A large number from here left Q. A. Ilazelrigg went tp Lex.'Wednesday niorujng to attend ington Tuesday, the Blue (JrassFair at Lexington, umbng them boingjDr. and Sirs. Martin, Mr. and Airs. T. J. Mc H. G. Garrett Guire,JMr. and Mrs.fJ.T. Wrighti Dr. Norton, Virgil Rose, Johu About the only candidate wo Eaton and Will Mouiitz. All the uccbm-- ' have seen who is pursuing the children from tliollonie, panied by Mr. and4Mre. Kemtet-tor- , ovon tenor of his way with out any doubts as to' the outcome, is II. also attended. i' e O. Garrett, the .Republican .Dillurd J. Watson returned for reunmitiatiott as Rail-- ' Wednesday to his jiomo in Indi road Commissioner for thin dis 'can-idat- trict. Mr. Garrett has served one term and it is customary for a man, to have a second term in this ollioe without opposition, hence a number of voters will support li Mil on t(iat Recount alone, hut a still larger number will support him for the elliciont' way in which he has discharged thejdutieaof thisnflice. As there Is a Republican plurality in .tins district of over 20,000, it W not likely that a Democrat ciiii bis elected, and, s u clioico;bet, eeu Republicans we can.ce.rtainly re-- i ommeud Mr. Garrett.