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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): August 12, 1915 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1915 cla1915081201_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.): August 12, 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 ' . ., R3 1 an i ?3 J m . CITY TIMES. We'are Here to Help Clay City, the Surrounding M. P. O'MARA, Owner and Publisher Country and Ourselves. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. VOL. XX. CLAY OITY. ICY".'. JDEEUllSDAY, AUGUST T""TmnmiTIIITiU T llll II 1!. J0I5. I XO. 81 ilHiIWiWIiHHHHM IIIHHilKllWI Mil I Mlillll STBNTON. (By-- RELIGIOUS. I'he I'0. Derthick.) Judge Shackelford Gets Nomination .lolut KiriJ was awarded the contract I.i.--t citnGb'tlKy for the building of tin' new eehooRat Pompey. 4. Owsley Stanley tho other state races (ire very not. known hml to get, and for sure who has received the nomination for Lieutenant Governor, i lit race boiiis: a close one lie! ween Black and Kd wards. ' nonii Ma't S Cohen received of Agri nation for Commissioner culture Ity .1 big majority and it-is Democratic Nominee For Governor Hon. A. 0 t?t:ititv received the Democratic iiniiiiii'itioii for (governor in Saturday's primary . by a majority lit" nearly forty thousand V"tes, an I the It n.i rev tint he turns will prtiltalil v received more tli.i' both his q punents combined. Tie sdnwins: of II. V McChesiioy whs a to his friends, who forward hud conlidently looked to his nomination. Figures in I la rue vole was polled, in both The business session will be the Wepuhliean and Democrat i. hold at ::!JU o'clock on Saturday. races, and considerable interest Tho business of the church is was manifested. The main i tie very important, and more esBenpecially at this time, when some w.is the race Iietw ecu Jtide ton and .Indue Shackelford for thins for next yeai' will be dis- the nomination for Circuit .lud.ui cussed. and more interest was taken in If you are a steward, trustee,a that race tlnn in all the others local preacher, or Secretary of n combined. The earlier returns Ohurch Conference, you u;e Ex coining in indicated that .ludue olficia a member of the quarterly Heiitjuu would be returned a win- conference, and should be pres- - llfJ lillt U'llfMi .M:i(l tsnti I'illtlt-ent and vote on all questions oh.had been heard from nod gave a law, then vou cannot say the inajiiiitv ol over uUO to .luliae ." church is dominated bv someone bhackelfonl, it was seen that lie . ' vJttuer struck Prof. J. C. else. It is vour tuectiii!:. Alvln! would be the m iiiiuee. The Ihmley Jn&rlte face Saturday night bincerlv, lours. . ,. final count showed that .Itidae while thy'rtufeii a crowd present await-n- g . C. h. II. Kite ne bhackelfonl Iiad a majority (! the eWtion return in Mr. hyle's Rflll'l. - 'rfl itlllvv ll'na i.lltlrt.' ii.ii..ilLtjl over two hundred, Madison and for and Iscregretted nil those who 'I he Mouiitaireer, published .it l'owell both going to him and w tnetSettjaio allair. frof. Hanley had Morehead, and which has been Clark and Jessamine to Benton. noUiing to deerve done I" ho race for Hie Democratic th lilAwSTJIIowever sill the witnesses edited by .Mrs. Cora Wilson; years, jp! nomination for Representative, were.fi; eer- to tho CJrarid Jury Stewart for the imst two fjp tJlurtAla) of the Circuit Court. now under the management of; A. M. Lowe swept everything before him, carrying several pre Thf wP'tfr is very inuclt disappointed 11. T. Schwab, of Mt. Sterling. cincts in this county and nearly M r. ab was employed I'm a over soum Or tiie candidates that were every one in Estill. E. B. nominated fjt ollice in. Saturday's tune on The Clay City Times, had no trouble in defeat-ins- : primarjfl' Jt Zceim a shame that a uild is a splendid printer and a his opponents, A. T. Stewart I niatms.,wuu)i,ney, aitlui dVstroiig his and .B.. F . Ilatton for the Heptib- uenio rai, cuuiu n)t ne noiiniiatHtriB-- jgoo'dVflw head the laity in November. In the direc'tioir N. Crowe the Moiuilaineer lrom(FlM!.h,.,mA,''lUj. . ... .i tsr Circuit Judu'jj race, wo were di a iik ins mi ior urr? pointed hi the.sliowing made by Judge make splendid headway. Benton, and think that the electors . ' Prof. K. Ct Seeth who taught I...... in uricollege is an instructor in Agrinoifly iwOhio State University for the com hut ear. Mrs. Sleeth is study ing tnuSie In the sanu' place. Their iiiiuiy ffriends will be glad to know tlvfft fliey are doing to well They are Iccnted at 17 Kast, 10 Ave., Columbus,' OMo. VAtnong-- those who took in the ltlliu Grass FJiir $t Lexington last week were Prof.-- ifnd Mrs. .1. C. llauley, Fred Hlacfcljhrn, Willlain Aikinson, Miss Mnjnfe 45orickson, Minnie Coulee and the writer. There was no live stock exhibit at the fair and that took ijway iitalirBf the interest. Miss gcrtipT Carver was in Lexiugtcn WedneVdayifif this week. last year fourth and last quarterly The priiiniry election Saturday meo,m8 f()t 1,1,8 Vt'i,r W'" passed dl' very quietly in this held at the Methodist Church at Clay City on Saturday, and Sun county, and we have heard of no disturbances of any kind. A lav, Aug. 14, 1."). . . i . S'-h- Me-Glo- : ioeiiwlUnder. - -- r. iieieai-.tiario- 2 r' lh-.- Slierntan (l.iodpuster defeated Claude B. Terrel for Treasurer. made a mistake in eleuliug Judge Shackelford for the ofliee. It is open ly stutt'd on the streets here that as high as $Xt was paid by the Shackelford men for votes, and it is rnniorod that his campaign cost him as much us he will get oat ofthe ofliee. The Stanton College .case was decided I ui'sdi'. t Judge Itentoii, in favor ol the cohere. There is some talk of the case being taken to the Court of Ap peals, liitt it is not probable that Mich will be ihe casj. 2i Hi an Ifi ifi ifi Hi fi Letter From Spelling Match "STOl THE PAl'EIf' Judge Phillips Louisville, Ky., Aug. ilth. KditorClay City Thne. fi Hi fi Every editor has received them. Friday July 0th M .rris Creek ''Vlie postmaster semis them to and Waltersvillo school met the editor. The postmaster 18 under Tar Shouls to have an old iiiMani-e- , Kor not to blame u.,,,.!,, ,s usual ' there was u man oy tne name oi Morris Creek wan the victor, well, say Tom Short, who sent Miss Hosalee .Stephens, of Mmr s Jhreo notices to stop his paper; Creek, Ju'ing the last standing he did not wunt it. any lunger. speller. We wondered what was the matMorris Creek has the reputation ter, and upon investigating the of having never met defeat in subscription book we found that telling. s. Tom was short sflO. He hud t Tin. i' li.ii'u kiihIIuiI II I'll never paid a cent,, yet he stopped three diireronl school in l'owell his paper as a matter of economy they ifi )()( clear sung) tu that stirring Morris Creek claiina to he the 1'uid It All." He illicit Champion spellers of the Kural have been mistaken, but hiseanir school of this county. ustuess impressed us. So on the Anyone denoting litis may next day we sent him u receipt the challenge. in full begging his pjiidnn for nut kiiowiuiitln't he had made TOWN BOA III) .MEETS. mi assignment of Ills liabilities o the Lir l. Ashland Independent. Tho Hoard of Trustees h 'Id From Monday, Aug III, to Monday. Aug .M, m all eah purcliase or Df'acSir: for iiiont'V denosited durin" this vitk. In In tradi'd nut nfteruards. uc I have located in this city at No COJ W'l'bI llroadway, iui the corner ifi sliall give seven times the regulaa coupons. Double coupons will be if ifi of Dili and llroadway. I bought out !fi given on of accounts during thi week. ifi a rooming house and am now prepared fi The live baby is now at our Come to the store to see it. LE to both feed , and lodge the public. I 31 I feel sad to leave ni old friends in Pow ifi The ballot box will be chimed Saturday night, Angl'I. ifi ell after living twenty three years with ifi them I know I will miss them, and he by some, but life's battle unlet ifi mtcsi'd Our Clearance Sale will not until Mon- ifi oe fought and I believe the ground iq ifi on which I now stand is the place for ifi i day the 21st. instead of the 16th. I send me me to win the fight, l'leiu-rjij See us f or your wants in Cooking Stoves Hi your mucii appreuiiiieu ami gallant little paper, The Clay City Times, to .Montgomery and Ranges, to us. He did net want us to and one in I the ifi and any the above addrcotf, that muy read am ifi would be glad to hear from I saying and doings of a people lose any mure by him. school within six or eight miles proud to call my friends. ifi A few days at'terwurds Short of them that would like to meet Truly uuu kindly yours ifi We have one New Royal Sewing Machine, 10 years, was at church and his melodious , M. A. Phillips them half way and try to defeat Guarantee, $30.00 which will be sold at a bargain jj tenor voice rang nut loud and Champions. ifi ifi ifi ifi .!... bedn 1 S. ' the 'Jejus ac.-O'- pt There are several bad holes in the walk in front of boine of the business houses, and unless t Jit y are repaired eome of the property owners are liable to have damage suit to detenu. Several minor accidents have already occuted as a result of this carelessness. The Olijy City ball, team will go to liuvae Sunday to play the ttitim is e'xjieoto to close it right away. Good line of Coles' Hot Blast Heaters, These stoves are the last word in heating. 'regular meeting Saturday night. In addition tu the regulii ylark county Lee Evans lar ion ti e business, some work Taylor for the noinw was ordered doito on some of the nation for County Judge by a 6treVts, and ths will be attended 'to at om nuijurity of over 500. lhir Mrs. 1 J. W.Williams in w plac, 1 A goo I gtmo 1 (THE BOOSTER STOKE) between thojo tv teai!?. ri in.ii.iiiLiL.ii.iLiLii ii.iLiiiirii wm n r"i mm r THE Ordinary ailments and injuries are not of thenuelves serious, but infection or low vitality may' A Democratic Newspaper Don't make them dangerous. neglect n cut, sore, bruise or hurt Eighteen Years Old Appetite So Ravenous because it's small. Blood Poison She is Afraid Board has resulted from a pinprick or The Best Weekly In this Section. scratch. For all such ailments Bill Will Be Bucklen's Arnica Salve is excel, Raiscd H. P. O'MARA, lent. It protects and heals the OWNER AND PUBLISHER. ' hurt ; is antiseptic, kills infection Louisville, Ky., Aug 11. Mrs. and prevents dangerous compliLeon S. Beam, wife of a cations. Good for all STcin mail matEntered as second-clas- s traveling salesman, who Blemishes, Pimples, Salt Hheuin, ter at tho Post Office at Clay City, resides with her mother in Bards- - Eczema. Get an original 2 ounce Ivy., under the Act o Congress of town, came to Louisville recently 25-'box from your Druggist. for the sole purpose of expressllarch 3, 1879. ing her gratitude for the remarkable accomplishments of the new PAPER. A HOME-MAmedicine, Tanhic. She said : "1 have been frightfully ner TIMES. Mrs. Beam Tells of Her One A Good Household Salve Fear Very Similar. Life Is a good dent llko baseball. It Is one thing to get to tho top of tho leaguo and another to Btay there Do- trolt Frco Press. Ncati Worth' Welfjht In Gold. The edible bfnls' r.csta ot tho Chi nese are wcrlh twice ihclr weight In fcllver. tho finest variety selling an high as $30 a pound. Starck Pianos No Money InAdvnitce Soils! actl tion Guar-nnioo- well-know- n LoivenlNet Foot ory Priooa Terms P A . Easieal A Saving oi SlOO to DE pitiaioiNT 5TARCK S200FacFrom tory Direct THURSDAY, AUG. 12. SUPPORT THE PARTY. thing The primary is now as this year is of the past as far concerned, and while we may not all be pleased at the result, it behooves all good Democrats to stick with the party and support the nominees. The foundation of Democracy is that the people shull rule, and tho idea of the primary election is to allow the party members to express their opinions as to whom they consider the best qualified to represent the party in the final electiou in November. Let every Democrat support the ticket and the party will remain in power throughout the state, and this a better government than could be hnI.iftliQM lican party should get into power, which will be the case if the party splits up over local races. ti will-ensur- I was vous and so short, of breath, and slight noises which did not formerly disturb me, upset my nerves dreadfully. If 1 had any energy I really didn't reuli.o ir. I took little interest in anything, and wIipii those distressiug headaches came upon me I was almost frantic. My digestion was bad and I had run-dow- r3i cf aAA ay jEl cure, a chick's throat drink-IniA lew drop In tho water cure and. prevent diarrhoea, cholera anil other chick diseases. Ono Me bottle makes 12tralIonso( medicine. At nlldrusrsists.orby mail postpaid. poultry book free. ( Valuable t etmntn iehedt co. iniiirrn down srepes r ourbon Poultry. Curo We will ship you a beautiful Starck riano for JO Cays' free trial, In your home. No cash payment required. All we ask Is that you will play upon, uso. and teat this piano for 30 days. If, at the end of that time, you do not find It .the highest grade, sweetest toned and finest pl.ino 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 tlicfrelsht both ways. This Starck Piano must mako cood .with you. B or there Is no sale. 30 "We DAYS' FREE TRIAL Save SI50.00 or More ship direct to you- - from our factory, at nrirm that save vou unwarils of S150.00 In th we guarantee iu lurnisii 01 yuur piano. you can for Icosc a better piano You the money than receiving elsewhere. re assured of a sausraciory sweet loneu uuraDic nign graue piano. 25-Ye- ar Easy Payments of trial, you can begin payment on the You pay no cash down, but fter 30 dajrs low- appetite. "Three or four doses of Tanlae made me feel decidedly better. I have used a whole bottle of Tanlac, anil am improved in no Sold by the FARMERS UNION SUPPLY CO. Clay City, Ky. est, easiest terms ever suggested by a piano manufacturer. These terms are arranged to suit your convenience, and ft ii possible to buy a piano for your home, wlthou mlsilrg the money. . Guarantee . Every Starck Piano Is guaranteed for 25 years. This guarantee lias back of it our 3S years of piano experience, and the reputation of an responsible piano house. 2nd-Han- d Bargains KNOWLTON (Crowded outcast week.) I Weeden Patton and Son from Mancelono, Mich., are. here Mr ' way. My digestion is better, my nerves are in mi excellent condition; and I have morecolor-anfeel stronger than I have in two or three years. Reafly, j have the most ravenous appetite, and my only fear is that- my'niotlier will be forced to increase' nivboard-bill.- '' preparii Tanlue, tior., that brought siicli quick relief to Mrs. Beam and thousands' of others, can be obtained in Clay City at Eaton fc McGuires, and in Stanton at Hardwiek & Co's. every d For fine Watch and Clock 50 Free Music Lessons every purchaser of Starck Pianos, we give free music lessons, in one of the best known schools in Chicago. Tbeso lessons you can take in your own home, To Wo have constantly on band a number of slightly used and second-han- d pianos ot all standard makes taken in exchange for new Starck Pianos The follow. and Player-l'lannIng are a few sample bargains: Weber $110.00 s are Starck l'layer-PIano- l the best and most beautiful Player Pianos on the market. You will be delighted with the many exclusive features of Uiese wonderful instruments, ami will be- - pleased with the sery low prices at which Player-Piano- oiarcn Steinway Chkkerlng Kimball REPAIRING or any work in my line; I will Starck second-han- 92.00 90.09 95.00 195.00 bargain list. wry can De secured, Send for our Istest complete be glad to haveyou call on me S. Clay-City, P. A. STARCK PIANO c6 by mall. This represents one year's free Instruction. Send today for our new beautifully Illustrated piano book which gives you a large amount of information regarding pianos. This book will interest and please you. Write today. Piano Book Free 1384 Starck Dldg.. CniCAGy V LARISON Kentucky - the-ipemi- STANTON -- COLtEGE, KY. . Rmmgla "MORE THAN WET" DRINK ST&NT0N, Next Term Opens September 6, 1915. WHEN YOU WANT A Couch Remedy That Relieves old aud leaves a wife and 6even A SHAVE OR HAIR OUT children to mourn his loss. The OR ANY boys, Will and Ii's prepared from the healing children are Lewis and Leming, and 4 girls, Pino Balsam, Tar and Honey all Work Mrs. D. W. Murtin, Mrs. Weed mixed in a pleasant, soothing GALL ON Cough Syrup called Dr. Bell's Martin, Mrs. Sally Williams. Pino - Tar Honey. "Thousands H. H. PHERIOO. The Mt. Canaan school is have benefited by its uso no need along fine with Mr. James of your enduring that anno.iug Chaney ns Teacher. Cough or risking a dangerous $100 REWARD, $100 T. Q. Cole who was accidently Cold. Go to your dealer, ask for 6hot a few weeks ago, is getting a 25 original bottle Dr. Bell's The readers of this paper will along nicely and will soon be Pino start using at be pleased to learn that there-i- s once and get rid of your Cough at least one dreaded disease that able to be out again. science has been able to cure in Mrs. Rosa Snowden and two and Cold. all its stages, 'and thit is Catarrh. littlo,sons Orbor and Will, aud Hall's Catarrh Cure is tho only positive curo now known to the Ilarloy Snowden were visiting medical fraternity. Catarrh be- Mrs. Nannie Cole Saturday. STRAWBERRY .PLANTS ub a constitutional disease, re quires a constitutional treatment Fruit and Shade Trees,, and Hall's Catarrh Cvtre is taken in SLADE. ternally, acting directly upon tho (Crowded out last week.) our offering of .the remarkblood and mueousVHUrfaces of tho system, thereby destroying tho able Mamouth Pearl Seed Mrs, Jesse Brown of Lexington foundation of the disease, and giv Potato. Send for our free is visiting friends and relatives ing tho patient strength by build ing up tho constitution and assisthero this week. Agents No catalogue. ing nature in doing its work. Tho Jfjo Lee Martin mid family .of proprietors haye so much faith in H. F, Hallenmeyer & Sons. Middlutown 0, visited the family its curative powers that ttiey offer Lexington, Ky. One Hundred Dollars for any caso of Martin Ford Saturday uud that it fails to cure, end for list Sunday, . of testimonials.. I Iii (son ajid R. li. Owens of Co., Address P. J:Cheney-- & t.vvo nioiitiis. Lexiijgton .were visitors here in Arkanas for lastToledo, Ohio. SSld by all Drug- -' J, P. Colo and OeprgqcIJorkiier gists, 75c. Sunday, V Peto. Chester Is here shaking went to Stanton Kon' business Take Hall's Family Tills for hands with friend?, illetjins been Monduv. constipation, 11 visiting friends ant1 relations. )lr. Dillard Smyth and family will start to Manceloua, Mich., in the next few days. Uncle Paul Howell who was stricken with a Paralytic stroke niue years ago and had the 2nd stroke about ti veurs ago, had the Ord stroke and it caused his death. He was about 85 years CLEANING ' I AND PRESSING. am ready to do your Clear, Good Jefferson School TWO xKAlt LXJUUHK. dtV irM LLJ1. llth Tear ooens Oct. 3. ond term. Jin.S. lYeiMtrea for ban la fXlMPT.KTK Lawi 9 One of the Best Schools in Kentucky. Courses in Agriculture and Domestic Science. J Review Classes in the Common Branches will be Conducted throughout the Term. ing and Pressing. work guaranteed able. and charges reason- Orders left with J. Bloom will receive prompt attention. all states AccesatoSicourUandiUrfo libraries, Bell help uureaa. TUiuon KUEK ellr payable. ForDuotonacatalogue and KlchlQK of hAnfioma MxU Thomas Jefferson ready to frame, write ELLIOTT PENNEBMER, SecX LMkvillt, Ky. JAMES WILLIAMS. By paying par, of their Expenses in Work, Students may get Rates at the Dormitory as low as $1 5o pec Week. ;.For information Write to Rev. J. C. Hartley, President, Stanton, Ky. .tonsorial gel-in- g SUMMER SUITS If you want class and style in your sumcannot afford to overlook mer clothes-you Tar-Hone- BLOOMFIELD'S SPECIALS They sell at REASONABLE PRICES and .they are ;W0RTH THE MONEY. - -- Come in and Look them over. e-- 1. Lee Bloomf ield & Co., Main St. Next to. tho Clark County National Bank. - Winchester, Ky , f. BOIL AND BUJJBLEt tion'f to 4,)' 7 tho church. If Mrs. i-Ann- v' j2fcH'Xii' (Lexington Leader, Aug. "'..mA-f:- : iiff iLti Adams' health is improved by ' .i ,.i. ... ... ST.. I. that time, Bro. Adams will com T IjUUli UUK. VO 1UUIIB11 uuca r VV11U mence a protracted meeting licfo Mrn nooaoos, jinxes ana oilier on the "second Sunday in Sepsuperstitions at which all sensible tember. ' ishy as they would at a yellow Mrs. Jesse .Brown, of Lexingeyed black cat walking in n spook ton, returnedto her homo this Intected graveyard during the week, after a pleasant- - visit with dark of the moon. There's the thirteenth in 1015 i'b iu relatives and friends. August, just, a week from to Jasper Napier and Oliarlcu morrow. In'most years there Lytle, of Glady, were among the comes more than one Friday the the visitors here Sunday-Mr- . thirteenth and therefore with and Mrs. Chas. Yarber, of the seances of the spirits less Nada, visited friends here Sun concentrated there isn't so much day, and attended church. danger when there's just, one of Mrs. Walter Medley, of these hoodoo days then look out ! visited Mrs. Ford last week, To make Friday, August 18, just and Miss Maude Hanks and Lecfa us bad as it can possibly be, the day will fall in the dark of the Mullens visited the Misses Ford moon. Anybody that doesn't Sunday. We had hoped that Kentucky, know what that menus better Strange and Powell county in particular, look to his whiskers. things have occured on .these would Oo me from under the days marked for part'cular juris, guilty stain of buying votes and wit- usiug whisky in elections, but diction by the ches who are only at home on judging from the showing in the inky black nights, at which time primary Saturday, conditions nre .they are wont to congregate in as bad as ever. However, proweird eeance over the great cald- hibition is bound to win in the rons whice emit strange and be end, and we are in the fight to witching aromas. Here is a few the finish. Whisjfy is dying a things to avoid on Friday, the slow, sure death. thirteenth, dark of the moon: Paddocks containing dead trees, An Easy, Pleasant Laxative drawing to inside straight, a bobtail flush, any sort of toad or One or two Dr. King's New small dog, graveyards, hoot owls, Life fills with a tumbler of water cross-eyepolitick ns, a root-t- e at night. No bad nauseating and a tee root. taste; no belching iras. Go right to bed. Wake up in the morn-ins- r enjoy h free, easy bowel In Breathitt. Tho Killed movement, and feel fine all day. Two men, Grover Blanton uid Dr. Kinsi's New Life Pills are ri:i. ual Clearance Sale Do you semi-annual - Fn-da- y Do ybu ' want to buy Jsome good, honest merchandise at prices less than it is l want to make money by saving1 it? worth? If so, read this, as our clear- ance sale is nowon. Why not make our loss your gain. Look over these sale prices MENS' and BOYS' CLOTHING mens' suits, cut to f T T I $22.00 18.00 14.00 " 60 mens' 5.00 4i0 4.00 2.75 " " " " " odd pants, cut to $ 6.00 13.00 1 2.50 2.00 hats going at .")IJ T 1.25 t DRESS GOODS -- 9.00 4.00 " 3.75 3.25 2.75 1.75 1.50 1.25 " evil-minde- d 2.50 2.00 8.00 boys' 7.Q0 " . suits cut to " 6.50 5.Q0 " 4.50 5.50 4.50 4.00 3.00 2.75 All wool and wool mixed dress goods, except black and blue serges, go in this sale. $ .00 per yard goods going at 75c 60 cent goods at 40c 5c goods at 35c " ,25 " 18c 20c 14c I Pc goods at 7c 5c goods at 0 and 11c 25c dress ginghams at 19 24c ginghams 0c 0 cent ginghams at 8c. 1 1 1 1 1 1 Ojieen Quality Low Cuts for Women t f ? We have them in Oxfords, Strap Pumps. 3.50 ones cut to 2.50 Walk-Ove- Pumps and $4 ones cut to 2.75 $3 ones cut to 2.25 Plain ? " 2.ff0 1.00 and 1.25 Boys'odd pants cut 20 to 25 per cent ChUcrer.s wash suits worth 60c cut to 40 cents. r 3-- Low Cut Shoes for Men f f ? 44 4.50 d te-to- 6 in an Morton demons, were killej, sold by all Druggists, pack aire, for 25. Get nod Elihu Allen, seriously shot, original this easy, in an election altercation at a bottle t t t t T MENS' HATS $3.50 and 3.00 hats going at $2 and 2.50 4.00 ones at 3.00 3.50 ones at 2.75 Womens', Mens', Boys" and Girls' underwear cut 20 to 30 per cent, and in some cases even more. low cuts at t t r T cents per pouna; roasted coffee 11 cents per pound, and the FIRST GRADE or Kentucky Flour at $3.40 per hundred or 85 cents per 241b sack. We are 1-- selling granulated sugar at 6 2 Quicksand, nrifay. near Jackson, SaN pleasant' laxative. ""-w- arrested the Should Work Harder. two men some weeks before, and they apparently entertained hard Of course you have heard the feelings against him.- According old story of one congregation to a statement made by Blanton singing '"Will There Be Any before he died, Allen shot him iu Stais in My Grown?" and another the back, and lie then shot Clem- - follow with No Not One." but inons, killing hint instantly, and' at a Harrodsburg prayer service also seriouslv injured Allen, a last Wednesday evening they bullet passing through both simi: both asking and answerthighs. Blanton was taken on a ing the (jiiestion. The lender special train to Jackson and dit.d i evidently did not notice the inat-- his home there. congruity of sinning the two favorite songs 'in such a Kiij'tiHs. SLADE. tive order aim the sinsrers were teased n good deal for thus Itev, J. Adams filled his apthat they had but little pointment here Saturday and hope tor any stars. Harrodsburg Sunday. There were six add!- Leader. - deputy B fail ton", sheriii", had ) was a t t t t T T ? t t f t t t t ? T T HUSBAND RESCUED DESPAIRING WIFE f After Few Yean ef Discouraging C I had gotten t t t t ? so weak In I could not stand, war ikim, Mrs. Balock Up Gave and I gave up despair. I com- - At last, my husband got me a bottle ol u Despair. HhsUbJ s. Cardul, the woman's tonic, and menced taking it. We are in position at all times to sell you good, honest merchandise at very low prices, quality considered. "High quality, low price," is our motto. It is our aim to keep as nearly as possible everything the people want, but if we haven't what you want we will get it for you. It will be to your interest to see what we have and get our prices when in the market for dry goods, notions, millinery, women's and men's furnishing goods, clothing, hats, shoes, underwear, hosiery, furniture, wall paper, mattings, carpets, linoleums, oil carpets, rugs, mattresses, beds and bed springs, cots, chairs, trunks, suit cases, hand bags, wood, coal and oil cooking stoves, sewing machines, harness, saddles, hardware, roofings, queensware, paints, oils, window s.ash, doors, window lights, groceries, candies, fruits, buggies, wagons, mowing machines, hay rakes, etc., etc. We are sole agents for "The Bain" wagons. If in the market for a wagon, give us a chance to show you "The Bain" and quote you prices. Will also tell you why we decided to handle this wagon, and the same reasons we think will cause you to buy one. -- t f t T v r r t 7 t t V Y v t var-.nis- hes, t t T T T V f ML ' tell It was helping me. I without its tiring me, and am doing all my work' Catron, Ky. In an Interesting letter If you are all run down from womanly from this place, Mrs. Bettle Bullock troubles, don't give up In despair. Try wdtes as follows : "1 suffered for four years, with womanly troubles, and during Cardul, the woman's tonic. It has helped this time, 1 could only sit up for a little more than a million women, la its 50 while, and could not walk anywhere at years of continuous success, and should all. At times, 1 would have severe pains surely help you, too. Your druggist has sold Cardul for years. He knows what bi my Mt side. I could Cam te Rescse. From the very first f dose, can now walk two miles t ? t I t t Hardwick & Co. STANTON KY. t t ? T T T Y Y ii. -- 1. -' ' The doctor w called la, and his treat- it wUl do. Ask hint. He will recoa-mea-d it Begin taking Cardul today. ment reMeved me for a while, but 1 was Writ tot Ontueooit Mtlklo Co.. U4ln' enNad to my bed again. After Advitery.Dcpt.. Qutunoogt. Tien., for Jmeeiai bouk. Jiutructtoni your cm n4 Hoa BOtMftgseeaed to do me any good. TiuUkoI for wi Wna." Mat la (dim WfJWM. J 4 M-- Advertise in The Times Judge Benton Sunday School IWakes Statement, Class Entertained Mrs. G. Hackwortli entertained her Sunday Schodl class Tues-dj' afternoon, nnd a very time was spent by the members. Games were played und refreshments, consisting of ice cream and cako, were served. a LOCAL J. L. Where to Eat in Winchester and They will tell you. JONES RESTAURANT Cor Main & Washington. A SI Real Estate and Insurance. We Buy and Sell Farm and City Property of all kinds. We have some nice farms in Clark and adjoining for sale or rent. Write us what you want. We write all kinds of Insurance. TRACY AND STOKELY. Office, Main tf Street, Winchester, Ky. POWELL & JACKSON Writers of Tornado, ance:. We are also agents for the Illinois Surety Company and are prepared to do a general Bonding business. POWELL & JACKSON all Kinds of Fire, Life, Lightning and Hail Insur- I thank my friends from the depth of my heart for the loyal jpport thev have given me. No man pver had truer friends, and they have, by their devotion pla lasting debt of ced me under gratitude to them. I hope hey are worrying just as little over my defeat as I am. I know that a large majority people of the of the worth-whildistrict supported me, and approved mv course and (ondemn the corruot practices by which my defeat was accomplished. There approval and the peace of my own conscience are worth more to me than olhce. It is a notorious fact that the entire purchasable element of the district, white, black and mixed, was bought and voted against me. The vicious and the venal have, for the time prevailed, but I am optimistic enough to believe that this is their last victory. At the close of the present year I shall surrender the (Jircuit Judge-shito my successor with a feeling of a relief that the burdens, the worries and responsibilities of the office have been lifted from me, and with the sin cere hope that he who succeeds me, may be able to, and will render the people a better service than 1 have rendered them (luring my term of office. "With malice towards none, with chanty for nil, with firmness in the- right, as God gives us to see the right, let us strive on to finish the work we are in." is. I e p m The Place to Buy Vour Goods The place to buy your goods is Matherly, off Log Lick, visited his brother, 1, II. Matherly, Sunday. Wes Hackwortli, ( jBeatty ville visited his brother Gran, Monday. Patrick Henry, of Jleidelburg, was in town for a couple of davs this week. The attention of our reader is directed to the advertisement of Hardwick & Co. in this issue. This firm does not believe in carrying goods over from one season to another, and therefore lias a clearance sa.'e to clear off goods while they are still fresh and stylish. semi-unnukl where you get the best value for yaur money. Try- - This - Store - For - Value WALTERSVILLE, Henry Waldpon - KENTUCKY The condition of Mr. Harvey Carr is not much improved, and he continues very weak. Owing to his advanced age,'liis condition is alarming to members of the family. Mr. A. T. Whitt has been confined' to the house several days this week, with throat trouble. A group of young ladies who are camping at V'irden' invaded town Wednesday .morning on a shopping tour. The county school reuorts have to be left out this week as a number of teachers have uot reported and a number of others .sent, their report in oo late for should this issue. be mailed Saturday, as it takes some time to arrange them for the paper. All the reports, those for last week, will be in our next issue. Every-'report THE FRIEND OF THE WORKING MAN store by scores of satisfied customers whom we hav3' materially aided in the fight' against the high Let us help you. cost of living. That is the title that has been given our- - OUR MOTTO IS - Low Prices and High Quality We would appreciate a Gratefully, J. M. Benton. Ky,., Aug. 9, 1915. Winchester, trial order, and will do our best to try and please you. Election Results ' It is 8 lid that, one of our enier-prisin- g FarmersUnion Supply Store Frank Kennon,' Mgr. - The following is the result of the Linville Jackson vote in Powell County. Sam W. Powell The Democratic vote. Office In Court House. For (lovernor MoDermott, Do ; Kentucky Winchester Stanley, 232; McChesney, 233. Lieutenant Governor Edwards, 70; Guinea, 20; Black, 322; Byron, 21. THE WINCHESTER BANK, Secretary of State Arnett, 03; of "Winchester. Ky. JIamlett.eO; Likens, 61: Milliken, 45; $100,000 McQueary,6l; Walton, 45. Capital Stock Auditor Coy ler, 43; Greene, 100; Surplus and Undivided $200,000 Uhea, 141. . Profits c Treasurer Goodpaster, 129; linger, N Holly Witherspoon, President. 82; Teiell, 138. Clerk of Court of Appeals Keenon, Cashier. W. R. Sphar 105; Lawrence, 03 ; Steger, 145. Superintendent of Public Instruc YOUR ACCOUNT SOLICITED. tion Kubanks, 21 1 ;",Gilbert , 1 13 ; Ka farmers, who" was ulaj a strong supporter of. Judge Benton, bought some beef the other e For ' Good Bartering Try A. P. Johnson In the old stand, next to the Red River Hotel. day for which he paid consider-ablover the market price. It happened this way : John Scott killed a beef Friday evening and brought it into town for sdle Saturday. During the day the aforesaid Benton supporter came 'i round and selected a roast if I about l pounds, amounting to GO cents, whereupon Mr, Scott suggested that he just, take it home and pay him a dollar when Shackelford was nominated. The Ben- x 32 ton man jumped at the chance Commissioner of Agriculture Cohen nnd told all his 'friends about 123 ; Kroman, 121 ; Thornbury, 05. town how cheaply he got the betf. Lowe, 313: Easter, ltepresentutive However, the laugh',.was on him 100. Commias loner Stamper, when the returns came in SaturiJailroad 224; Jones, 00. ; day night. j This Bank Invites New Accounts On 5: the basis of efficient service aud absolute security Interest on Time Deposits 3 Per Cent i Circuit Judge Benton, 273; Shackul 4- - ford,."503. Circuit Court Clerk Crowe, 305; Dies SaltjJLakc City. Atkinson, 140. The Republican vote wus : T. J. McGuire .received word For Governor Morrow, 814 j Me from Salt LakeOity that his Laughlin, 27. Shampooing and Scalp Treatment at Clay City National Bank Clay City, C. L. RUSSELL, Painting, Paperhanglng, Reasonable Prices Decorating Satisfaction Lieutenant OovernorOsborn, 73; Quamntted Tired, Aching .Muscles. Relieved work, overexertion, mean stiff, sore muscles. Sloans ilard Proctor, 81; Walker. 121: Gaddie,24. 184 ; Cole, Secretary of State-Lew- is, 10; Cox, 50. Auditor-Web- er, 145; Williolt, 48; Ashlock, 11 ; Perkins, 42. Treasurer Hunter, 00; Moore, 20; Wallace, 170. Clerk of Court of Appeals-Hu- nts man, OS; McCoy, 120; McGuire, 72. Superintendent of Public Instruc brother, Kasi, had died there Saturday evening,j,df heart fail-ure. Kentucky Mr. McGuire had bepn Lving there for about two years, moving to that place from Texts, where he had been for aboi t fifteen years. Hjo was engaged in the oil business. The body will be shipped Helens for burial in the family lot, nnd is expected to arrivefSaturday. "WE USE' DANIEL BOONE AXLE GREASE tjst. Liniment lightly applied, u little quiet, and your soreness disap-pearlike magic .Nothing ever helped like your Sloan's Li I can never thank you enough," writes one grateful user. Stop suffering, aches and pains. An excellent counter irritant, better and cleaner than mustard. All 'Druggists, 25. Get abojjje,. tpjdny. lei)iitrute without ruMHUirt s tionsGreen, 175. j Smith, of IlardwicMs Creek, mojitlj. Advertising in Tho Times will Blank deeds for sale' .at phe .wiv . died Sunday night. Ihirial took' .Old Papers fonSale at The, pay you. If you don't believe it. ' , Time place Monday, f Times office. G cents each. let us convince, you by a trial. Office. Commissioner of Agriculture--Prate- r 35; ltaukin,32; Hauna, fc'0: Patrick, 01. Senator Short, 03; Evans, 221. A petitioner in n Louisville Representative Hattou, 74: Stecourt says she cannot "maintain wart, 100: McGlone.252. Kailroad Commissioner' Garrett, 208 ; a household on less than $2,000 a Powers, 77. month." She ought to marry a newspaper inun, jjfen she '.would A baby of Mr. und Mrs. P. learn to "keep liousu" (jir $2 a -- And don't have to gredte but once a Week. Mafc hi KMtwky by CHAS. C. STOLl OIL CO. Lextaftoj, Ky.