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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): January 6, 1916 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1916 cla1916010601_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.): January 6, 1916 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1916 $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. urgher J E THE CLAY CITY TIMES. M. P.O'MARA, Editer . We are Here to Help Clay City, the Surrounding Country and Ourselves. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. vol. xxr. Smallpox at Irvine. CLAY CITY, K.Y., THURSDAY STANTON. JANUARY . 19(0. SO. J Board Meets Friday. Four of tJo members of the A negro prisoner in Irvine jnil incoming Board of Trustees were dovelopcd smallpox Inst week and was removed In a house in sworn in Tuesday, Mr. Maxwell being absent. Those taking the (lie country, from which ho esoath of ollice were Dr. Martin, caped after people residing in A. P. Johnson,- John Kehnon and the neighborhood had gathered They will hold A. M. Burgher. about (he place and fired about their firsf regular meeting at the 75 'shots from pistols and shot school-housFriday night. yuns. The negro suffering from the disease was frightened so Card of Thanks badly that he left the place with out coat or shoes and has been 1 wish to express my thanks to "wandering about for several days Mrs. Williams, the Booster Mer without tfeing apprehended. He chant and my faithful helpers was undeYscntence of one year during the Booster Campaign in. the Reformatory, and two which closed last week. By the other prisoners who had boon ex' great help and kindness of my posed to tlie disease, were with friends I received the title "Best him. They also eseapedto the Booster," thus receiving the grand prize, of which I am very woods. proud, and. futhermoro I am glad I grasped the great opportunity as the special training secured is of untold valuo to me. Wish'-inI would like to correspond with each uiid every one "Success a nice oldlady who is alone, and and nappines-.- " wh'o would liKe for a companion Ollie M. Hoskuis. a, nice old gentleman. e WANTED g J. ' A. P. Johnson has opened a restaurant in tl'ie'Moal building, Irvine Sun Suspends and is prepared to serve meals and lunches at all hours. Fur the Editor Jphn W. Walker, of the present, Mrs. Johnson, who is an Irvine Sun. notifies his mbscnb- - excellent cook, has charge of preers in his issue of Deo. 31, that paring the meals, and when hunthepaper will suspend publica gry, you can find no better place tion'Jat Ahis time. For some time to' go to bo satisfied. MrrVtilker Jiaa been trying to M. McKinney, Old Masons' Home, Shejbyville, Ky. Restaurant Open. paper over, but could not arrange matters satisfactory. The faun has been n nice littlo sheet, and we have enjoyed having it come to our exchange table for the evident past two vears not room in a town the size of. Irvine for two- papers. -, Revival Meeting at the Methodist Church. A nieetng is being conducted at the Methodist church bv Bros but-'ther- e ly-wa- s - Wireman of Campion aiid'KirJ? of Stanton, and tlie' meeting' promises to be very successful. w Willi'am Schirner, who was formerly Supf '(if the Orphans' Home but itnw engaged in reorganRev. Oleo Purvis,, of Hitrrods-bnr- here, ization work for the Presbyterian who is taking a or Kentucky, spont the course at State University, Sypod holidays' here, leaving Tuesday Lexington, will preach here Sunfor Shnuldcrblade, where he will day as a prospective nuccessor to be located forajew weeks. Rev. D. U. Matherly as pastor of Uie'Ohristian church. Brb. Purvis .is it n excellent speaker and Old Papers for Sale at The Office; all are invited to. hear him. i Times PREAOHHQ ON SUNDAY g, post-graduat- e there would hnvo been only a six months school taught. But with the (By P. 0. Derthick.) present apportionment wo will have seven month schools this year, for which we are very thankful, and we Mr. Tom Cohleo wns In Lexington hope the timo will soon come when last week on business. there will be a nine month school in Mr. Ross Hal) and Master Straudor, Kentucky. wero in Lexington Tuesday on business In tho leply that the writer made to Prof. Ranson, Dr. I. W. Johnson L F. Martin in his tract against the and Mr. J. D. Atkinson wero In Clay Presbyterian Church, it was not meant City Tucsday.ou business. as a personal reply to him, but the ar Mrs. Margaret Vance and Mrs. Kate ticle was written as a general protest Bohannan were shopping and visiting against all preachers who uso such methods. As the wrltct said in that in Lexington Inst week. article, the world is weary of this fightMr. Henry Morris Is able to bo up ing spirit thnt is to bo found in mnny and aronnd again after several weeks places today. Oh, that we might come illness. together as brothers working to up Mrs. E. H. Fuller, Thomas C. and build tho Kingdom of Christ here in baby were in Lexington this week, re our own country, fighting sin that is so rampant everywhere, and has such turning home Tuesday. Mr. Jeff Martin returned home Tues a mighty hold upon the people of our day, from Indian Fields where he had county. Oh, that our hearts might be filled so full of lovo and with a burning been visiting. passion in our soul to help win Powell Mrs. Mary Faulkner and Mrs. A. T. county for Christ, that there might bo Stewart are very sick with lugrippc, at a very sacrtd fellowship with nil of this writing. Gob's people everywhere and a desire with each other in fightMr. D. Clark is in Jackson attending to Circuit Court which opened there ing sin instead of fighting each other. The world will not believe the lovMonday. ing message that we arc commanded Mrs. Henry Daniel and her three to preach and teach to ull men everyc'aughters, Alice, Anna and Mary visit- where if there is nny malice or jealousy ed relatives at Lombard and Nadu, in our hearts toward our fellow man several days last week, who is also trying to help win men and wero waiting that will take several women to Chr'st There is only the days to fill. That shows what good one Church nnd everybody who lives life nnd is living n life quality of work is done, in our own the Christ-lik- e of service nnd working for God. belongs county.; to that Church, The Church of God. Mrs. Will Hoskins and son, of Mt. Will any one say' that dear old Bro. Bowen of Sterling, and Mrs. Reese Irvine, that sainted man of God who Lexington, visited their mother, Mrs. walkeu over these hills and valleys of V. R. Catron last week. Powell county so many, many long Miss Edna Ware is visiting her years, giving Ids life to our people and grandmother uear Clny City this week. telling the sweetest story ever told Dr. Lemming was in Winchester last wherever he went; and 'lifting loads' Thursday on business. from burdened hearts, giving a word Mr..' M. P. 6,MnTavviiB3n town' Mon-Xl- ? of cheer here, and brightening a life prenrhtrur. the Invuig T'aicc the-"- talking .iVoFUssfiUw.T-hoffice is rushed with work and lias wherever he wont, with not a t'rpce of been, for several weoks. The writer malice or jealousy in his words, but was in the ofiieo Tuesday and orders loved, honored and rovered by all with whom he came .in contact, and Mr. and Mrs. C, L. Evcrsolo left last. cherished today with tender memories Thursday for Louisville to consult a by thousands of persons in Powell specialist for Mrs Evcrsble. They county, will any one say that this man returned Tuesday of this week and of God, even though he was a PresbyMrs. Eversole is much better. terian preacher, was nnt-- member of Miss Beatrice Blount, who is teach- thut.Church? . The writer only knew ing school at the Orphuus' Homo at Bro. Irvine a hort time, but those few Clay City, was at homo two days last times lie was with him are cherished week. Beatrice has been very success- memories. Every whei e we go we hear loving words spoken, of this spirited ful with the school, man. How beautiful Heaven must be Mrs. Beltio Johnson left Tuesday, to if is made, up of such men and iram-en it see her sister Mrs.. Owens in Winches as this man was. And wherever the ter who had a stroke of paralysis sev- writes goes over tho hills and valleys no im- of eral days ago. TherO'has been Kentucky, up the hollows, into' the provement in her condition since, the poorest and tho bust finds stroke other sainted men and women of God Mrs. Ben Sewell and Mrs. Mollie and they all belong to this grot Crawford have returned to their home Church. Their names arc not all found, at Jackson after a visit with their par- on the church record book of the ents, Mr. and Mrs. Win. llardwick Christian Church. Go into nny piiurch during Christmas week, Miss Ilattie llardwick returned with them for a visit till school begins, next Moitdtty. to e Burled at Stanton. The funeral of W. II. Neul, who died suddenly at the home of Ill's son, Willie Neal,on Morris Greek, last Wednesday, took; place Friday, burial being in tho Stanton cemetery. Services were conducted, by the Masonic order, of which Mr.. Neat had been a member for 2(1 years. "Uncle Buck" was one of tho best known men in Powell comity and his old friends and neighbor hero were shocked to hear of hi sudden passing. He had been in the best of health, and li id biwi talking to Mrs. Neal im'niedia tely before his death, which wa4 as- cribed to heart failure. Judges Retire. Judge J. M. Buntnn, who has been Circuit Judge of the district comprising Clark, Madison, Jessamine and Powell counties, for the past fourteen years, retired from the bench Dec ill, and will now Pillage in practice in Winchester He is succeeded by Judge W. It. Shackelford, who defeated him in the August primary. Judge Hugh Kiddtaj of Irvine, who for two years has bpen Judge of tlie'Esfill.L'ee-Tireathitt- Wolfe district, also retires and ib succeeded by Judge J. P. Adams of Jackson", whn'defeated him in the November ek-atJoi'-- 'rnete ' i Shooting at Jackson Hinnibnl Hurst, nged Jlfl, was shot by itnhert Forbes, at a New Years dance at Jackson, and died in a Lexington hospital Sunday at noon. He was conveyed to Lexington on a special train in the hope that mi immediate-operatiomight save his life;' Forbes is conjiued in thejail n -- att Jackson, , , you may", and here and there GkI h'as those who aro Ills and,,w.hoHC name; are, written on the Lamb's ' Book of Life. Let us preach and teach the message of love in a loving- way. If the world is ever won to Christ it must .. be by' love nnd no other way. - Are You Hungry? When yoii are hungry and want a, satisfying meal the best place to go to is , 4. The Hqme Restaurant. Good, Home Cooked Msals and. Quick Service, Lunches ancLShort Orders. " - after ho The writer had made inquiriesVthat it might be, the Pearsite Company at CJay run wires up to Stanton and give us electric lights if enough houses desired such lights. We would have to have enough homes and business housestak'o lights to pay them to- run the wires up hero. Any ono interested in having these lights in their homes wllldo.wcll to see tho writer. It would to have electric lights in be a our town and If enough.cncouragcrnent is given we will tako tho matter' up with tho Pearsito people City-woulfine-thin- Start Right, r Begin the New Year by coming to our store to get your needs supplied. Our stock is Fresh and Good, AJP. Johnson, Clay City, Ky -- Prop. The Stato Boand of Education have provided, for u sven months school to be taught this year. A great many pcoplo do not understand this, and the Superintendent has asked tho writer to explain It. Tho apportionment this year per scholar, is 5.25. This provides for a seven months, school. Had it reached $V85 there would have been au 'efght'montha school taught. Had it not reached tho present apportionment 1 And our Prices are Right. ' Henry Waldppn WALTERSVILLE, - - KENTUCKY i r. .A i f t 0- - THE riMBS. Mother Nature Makes Her Gift. Compounds For (lobd "Harboring Try A. P. Johnson In the old stand, next to the Red River Hotel. TEN YEARS AGO What did you think you would be worth today? Didn't have much idea, did you? But you were sure you would be.. pretty well fixed financially. A Democratic Newspaper Eighteen Years Old Her Laboratory Ingredients For the Master In Shampooing and Scalp Treatment f ,Thc Best Weekly in this Section. Medicine, THE WINCHESTER BANK, Editor M. P. O'Mara of Winchester, Ky. Of all the ailments that nillict Capital Stock $100,000 humanity, chronic dyspepsia Surplus and Undivided Entered as second-clas- s mail mat probubly is the most common. Profits $200,000 ter ut the Post Ofllco at Clay City, I s causes and characterizations Skilled specialists V. Holly "Withcrspootu President. Ky., under tho Act of Congress of ure many. Cashier. have been unable to cope with W. I?. Spliar March 3, 1870. r?til malady, YOUR ACCOUNT SOLICITED. this almost iiuivt but Mother Nature, who, after A HOME-MAPAPER. ..II, is the ideal physician, in combination with skill in chemF0WELL & JACKSON istry, has compounded in her n. THURSDAY, .IAN 6. Writers of all Kinds of Fire, Life, laboratory a marvelDE Tanlac, ' ARE YOU? How much will you be worth in the Has past experience next ten years? taught you anything has it taught you the wisdom of a SAVINGS ACCOUNT? It should have been exhaustible your first lessbii ous remedy for this trouble. extends to its A lecturer would tnke hours friends the customary wish fori) describe the sufferings that dys"Happy New Year." We do this pepsia brings. Dyspeptics bein all sincerity, because hud it come listless, then morbid, are not been for the liberal patronage melancbolly over little things, of our friends we would be un have whimsical ideas, perhaps able to send vou this paper. The "grouchy" is a bett er word, aside' Times has enjoyed a splendid from the nervous physical suffer vear's business Our list of (sub insr and, with appetite gone, scriber: bus groun until almost i sleep litful, dir.v spells and every family in Powell county frequent, life hardly seems reads The Times. Our job print worth h vimi ing department has been kept Tanlac seems to almost in bus" and our advertisers have stantly chpck this distressing conbeen very liberal with their pa tnnae. On the whole, we arej dition, and n restore a henlihv. well satisfied with the past year'., normal appetite, brim: aood, and our plan? for this year in- restful sleep, and banish that feeli.ig in vhort, clude the improvement of the tired n?rAmis to restore the stomach to the lieb paper in many respects. In wish ing our friends a Happy New, it of doim: a full day's work and Year, wo also wish to thank thein doing it well. Tanlac is now being introduced for i heir support, and to assure in Clay Oity at Eaton & McGuire them ofi our renewed . efforts to . . merit v"Utni't'P"Q of the same. store, and in Stanton at Hard wick & C'.'s, where it is beiiiy:, explained daijy to, scores of men The Jackson Times says : The Times Tnrnado, Lightning and Hail Insurance.. We are also agents for the Illinois Surety Company and are prepared to do a gsncral Bonding business. POWELL & JACKSON Sam W. Powell Winchester Linville Jackson Kentucky Office in Court House. Clay City National Bank Pays 3 per cent compound on SAVINGS in-teres- t nan-8"!- TREES. Fruit and Ornamental trees. As- Sin uhs, Grape Vines, Rhubarb, paragus, Peonies, Phlox, Roses, etc. KVKRY THING FOR ORCHARD. LAWN AND GARDEN. NO AGENTS "When the Frost Is On The Pumpkin" to think about your winter underwear. We have a splendid assortment and can suit you in both QUALITY AND PRICE It is time FREE CATALO0S & Sons. Ky. H. P. Hillenmeyer Lexington, For fine Watch and Clock REPAIRING or any work in my line, I will Hon. E. It. McGlone. veprcscntativu-clec- t of the Powell-Esti- ll district, uve on Monday for Frankfort, where the LegUlaturo meets Tuesday The Tunes predicts that Air. Mcplouo will e Ik-- a xibcT, and patriotic! member of the General Assembly, and this is one of the times, of all times, intelligent that call for . There will come up many very important measures, and all members hliould lay aside polities and work and vote for laws that will help the people of tint whole Statu 1 wide-awakbroud-guaged, ini-n- and women. which was built last year, has been washed o t iii several pla ces, and the greatest cure is tak en by train crews in running over Uetween Mulony lliH section. imiiI Winchester, via Irvine, the road is in very bad ulinpe, and a great, deal of the heavy coal traffic has been sent through here. If was thought a few weeks nirn that the new road would soon be ready for passenger service, but the heavy rains have caused such damage that it will require mouths to get the road in condi tion now. be glad to haveyou call on me S. V. LARISON Clay City, Come Here aud Save Money Farmers Union Supply Store S. G. Baker, Mgr. Kentucky WHEN YOU WANT A SHAVE OR HAIR CUT OR ANY 'liie recent . i. very hard on the railroads, and the L. & N, bus sull'ertd considerably on both the Winchester-Irvin- e and the L. & E. divisions The road from Atholto Malony Li tuu weather has TONSORIAL WORK CALL ON H. H. PHERIQO. STANTON Student Admitted COLLEGE, KY. STANTON, at Any Time CLEANING I AND PRESSING. It Always Helps says Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., In writing of her experience with Cardui, the woman's tonic She says further: "Before I began to use Cardui, my back and head would hurt so bad, I thought the pain would kill me. I was hardly able to do any of my housework. Alter taking three bottles of Cardui, I began to feel like a new woman. I soon gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework, as well as run a big water mill. 1 wish every suffering woman would give do, your Clean Good work Pressing. guaranteed and charges reason-abl- e. Orders left with J. Bloom will receive prompt attention. Ing and am ready to One of the Best Schools in Kentucky. Courses in Agriculture and Domestic Science. Review Classes in the Common Branches will be Concluded throughout the Term. JAMES WILLIAMS. By paying part, of their Expenses in Work, Students may get Rates at the Dormitory as low as $1.5o per Week. Cardui The Woman's Tonic ut RgwJfola "MOPS DRINK For Information Write to THH WET" Rev. J. C. Hanley, President, Stanton, Ky. TMCY UT01LY RICHMOND, KY. A T&MNINQ SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS a trial. I still use Cardui when ly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's Ionic. You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing women for more than fifty years. I feel a little bad, and it always does me cood." Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness, feelings, etc., arc sure signs of womantired, worn-o- Get a Bottle Today! ,M Real Estate and Insurance. We JJuy and Sell Farm and City Property of ull kinds. Wo have some, nice- farm? in Clark and adjoining counties for sale or rent. Write us what you want. We write all kinds of Insurance. - J. X. TRACY AND ST0KELY. Office, Main Street, Winchester, Ky. CuuVan ImOIpj ta Elrmentarv, Intermediate) ami Life tcrtllh-uUM- . Vulid In till l'ubllo Schools of Kenrclu Omnci mid lU'View t'ountcs. Tuition tucky. to ApiHjInUi'S. Two splendid dormitories, new I'reo kkiH rc'uxil, new manual tr.iliiliin building, practice xhcx.l. department of agriculture, a well kjuIpikI Doiiienlto fvleneo. eyiiiwi"M. Vint Term benlnn Term November 10, Tlilril Term Siittn)'rr 7. January jH. I'mirihT-ri- n April 3, Bummer School opens Juno II, Catalogue l'rcc j, (j, t'HAHHIS, VtnUtat. Htuto A Trade Center. Company Ap- NADA There is much sickness in tin's community at present. Mrs. Clias. Tomlinson and Power Grocery ForScrve-U- s pointed Kentucky Distributors Pure Food Co. little A Great Merchandising Proposition. daughter, Ruth Lenora, returned home Sunday, after spending tho holidays with relatives in Clay City. t HARDWICK t ? I i ? Semi-Annu- al & COMPANY f Clearance Sale. al -- The children of the Sabbath School enjoyed a Christmas treat (Kentuckian-Oitizen- ) Mr. George Lewip, of New given by the Ladies Aid. York, President of tho Serve-UMrs. Laura Knox and little son I'nre Food Company, was in Par Riy, spent a few days with her is a few days ago, the- guest of sister, Mrs. Shackelford, of Altro Mr. II. A Power, of the Power last weok. Grocery Company, which firm, Mrs. H. G. Garrett spent Satur has boon appointed the Kentucky day night with her mother, Mrs. distributors of tho Serve-U- s Pure Day, who has been very sick, but Food line, Food Products. is improving. The Serve Us Pure Food ComThose who are confined to their pany is u chain of eighty iive beds with lacrippe are, Misses leading wholesale grocers through out the United States, doing an Mila Knox, Bessie Smith, and Many annual business of about ouc Mr. Howard Roberts. others are suffering with the hundred and fifty million dollars, all of the best commercial rating, same disease. aud buying goods strictly for Miss's Minnie and Stella Con- .Cash. gletQii, of Dundee, visited Miss ."They buy the various lines of Fanny Hanks, on Sunday. high grade food products through Mrs. Harry Shattuck is with one office, under the registered her parents Mr. and Mrs. Adams, nuuie and label of "Serve-Us"- . at Cluv City. Buying as they do in such imMiss Loney Cheney of. Camp-tomense quantities for cash, thev Junction, spent Saturday and are enabled to go to the retail with special induce- Sunday with her sister, Mrs. P. merchant ments. In addition to the great Chester. ofFen the advantages "Serve-UsCephas Fletcher and family, of retail merchants, there is a cou- Tenn., are visiting Mr. und Mrs. pon ou every label of "Serve-Us- " duu jjunnif. goods which goes n consumers, The Ladies' Aid will meet with entitling them to high grade preMrs. Randall Harter ou Thursday miums, the value of which amounts to practically eight per afternoon. cent on every can and package goods used SLADE. of "Serve-Us"Serve-Us- " proposition Trie hasTnade very rapid strides arid There is an epidemic of lierp, not a family having is today considered by leadintr and business men of escaped it in a severe form. bankers America who have investigated Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Ewen, of it to be the greatest merchandis- Douglas, Perry county, visited ing proposition that has ever the former's mother here during been inaugurated. the holidays, The selection of the Power Misses Maude and Annie Bow-e- n Grocery Company as the Kenspent dhristinas with their tucky representative is a great parents here. compliment to this house. Their salesmeu are all very enthusiastic Joe Akers has moved into the over the opening of a new and house vacated by Mrs. Ledford. wider field of activity, whHi Miss Ella Congleton, of Lexmeans largely increased business. ington, visited her parents Mr. "Serve-Us- " goods comply with B- - Congleton here and National Pure Food and Mrs. W. nil State and are packed under per- last week. Laws, C. R. Ewen, of Douglas, visited fectly s inn iry condition!) in full weight sanitary packages. For liis mother here lust week. instance the uverasri ten cent The infant child of Mr. and package of Macaroni sold in this Mrs. Charley Pasley, that was market weighs twelve to thirteen burned about the face by fallinu ounces while the ten cent pack- into the fire, died last Friday, of Macaroni age of "Serve-UsThe entire com pneumonia. weighs sixteen ounces net, and munity join in sympathy with is ot very highest quality. This the bereaved parents, aud may is. true of many other lines, of they look to the One for comfort "Serve-Us- " goods, und demon-who suid, "Suller little children, truths the great inducement, und forbid them not, for of such merchants handling this line is the Kingdom of Heaven". The have to offer the consumer. remains were taken to Mountain Paris 18 to bo tho headquarters Chapel, for burial. Pure Food Opm. of the Serve-U- s pany, in Kentucky, but distributing dopots are to be established BOWEN. in other centers from time to time . "as tho trade develops. Adv. Mr. and Mrs. Evrott Hall, of Lexington, spent Christmas with To CWC CAfirea'a Colds. Mrs. Hall's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Keep Jchiltl dry, clothe, com- W. F. Bnwen. fortable, avoid exposure and give Miss Betsy Bowon, who;, is It is Ur Rell'a Pnefur-Iloney- . ' noothing, antiseptic, teaching at Hazard school, spent plousant, "! raises phlegm and reduces infla- - Christmas at homo.lr mation. The firetdose gives re Misses Marie and Lela Faulknor, T lief, continued treatment with of Lexington, visited Mr. and Mrs. proper care wjll, avoid serious ill. Mart Faulkner during the holi- nes or a long cold. Dun't delay Jf treutment. Don't let your child In- - Misses Pearl Morehind, Nellie, fiull'er. Gst n bottle to,day ?amper, Bessie Adams, jflaud gist on Dr. Hell's ' 25o Rpede,, .Uujtiqr Kiner8on,ind at Druggist's. s f T T ? Now is the time and this is the place to save money on your purchases. Our semi-annuclearance sale is - t t I x X t r T I x now on. We have many real genuine bargains for you. Our Fall and Winter goods must go, and have cut the prices on many things to an extent that it will pay you to buy even should you not need them till next Fall and Winter. T T T ? X Y X . Below is a list of the lines on which have made the greatest cuts: You who appreciate bargains, listen, for have o on Queen Quality cut the price patent leather shoes for women, Walk-Ove- r patent leather shoes for men and on all other brands of patent leather shoes for women, Also on a lot of womens, misses and boys. misses and boys gun metal and tan shoes, womens, misses and boys rubbers overshoes, boys long pant suits, boys and childrens under- wear in two piece suits, mens and boys negligee It will pay vou to look through our shirts. bargain corner up stairs. Are also making large cuts on a lot of dry goods, mens and boys leggins, mens, womens and boys sweaters, mens and boys hats, dress caps and work caps, mens two piece suits of Wrights Health underwear, womens neckwear, wool and cotton dress goods, mens corduroy pants and work suits, boys over coats. half-in-tw. T T T T t it "T n t t X "f "T " 5 I T T T" 1 T J t f r t 'T --? T T " t t t t t t Y Y .. "t ft j f T "T J "T We are selling first grade Kentucky flour for $3.40 and second grade at $3. 0 per 1 T -- f ? ? Y Y Y T Y hundred pounds, roasted coffee at pound. 1 1 c per J J T -- J f : f " b T t t f t Harowick & Co STANTON' KENTUCKY I t T T f T T - y Bessie Curry wero shopping In from Henry Wuldron for $40.00, her sister nt Clny City this weeki Bowen Saturday, Mr, Zoko Brashear la visiting Messrs. Asa Niblack aud Ira Red Faulkner has opened a Brashear made a trip to West home folks this week. Bend, Sunday. barber shop here. Mrp. Josio Johnson dlud at her Tho infant child of Mr. and homo after a long illness, She son of Albert Robert, tho little Mrs. Clint Curtis was buried at Is survived by hor husband 'and Ewen, is very sick with fever. Powell's Valley Oeinctry, Friday. n in o clitldteiit Misa Lola Kerr visited Mrs, 8NOW OREXK. Mr. Asa Niblack and sister, PcarKIlutson, Momby, Kdijli, vsited tula' Niblack at Miss Muttle Scot t is visitltiir PinVUidxe, last wcuki T Marion, CurtU bought a cow r YouVe hit the right tobacco some when you fire-u- p Albert in your Prince old jimmy pipe or in a makin's cigarette. And you know it! Can't get in wrong with P. A. for it is made right; made to spread- among men who have suffered with scorched smoke-sunshi- ne wttfr At III mm iffiWS Mr. A. F. Lancaster, of Cir.cin nati, was here last week. Urea Bp Yew Torpfrf t.er. To keep your liver active uao Dr. King's Now Life Pills. They insure good digestion, Veliove constipation, and tone pp the whnlo system keep your eye clear and your skin fresh nd Orily 25c at healttiy looking. ' your Druggist. -- Drttnd Monday. Mr. Mrs Gape left Thunday for Washington. D. 0. Mr. B. 0. Nolan, was in town Old Papers for Sfile , Time Office. . at The , . Lexington HerHd MbH List On m Strictly Cish Basts Pat Henry, of Heidclhurg The Lexington Herald lias. announcwar hero on business, Saturday. ed its usual first of Jnmiary offer of E. J. Crabtree, a carpenter of .00 paid in advance mail subscription Lee county, is working here this rate. This Is open to old and" now sub- -. scribers alike and means a eajing of at week. tongues and parched 1 Mrs. .i. C. Fitch, of Jackson, is spending a few days with rela tives here. throats The patented It's an eaty Job to chant th ihaM and color at natal. ble brand, to Imltata thm Prints Albert Udr d tin. out it it Impowibta to Imi liU tba IUtot of Prhira Albert tobacco! Tha patinUdproccuptoUct tbatt process fixes that and cuts out bite and parch. All day long you'll sing how glad you are you're least $1.00 pea year. The Hprald has placed its lift on n purely cash in advance basis and discontinues on the first and fifteenth of each month all. subscribers no, paid up to or in adMrs. R. A. Barter of Nada, vance of those dates. It has, therespent last. Friday with Mrs. Gran fore, Notified all of thoso whose subscriptions expire during the first part Hackworth. of January of their exact, dato of ex Miss Bon. Hieronym'us, of St. piration aud asked for an early remitHelens, was visiting friends in tance to that its subscribers may not miss a singlo copy ol tho paper. town last week. been" pals with Mrs. Sylvia Russell, who has Fringe Albert the national joy smoke You take this testimony straight from the shoulder, men. You can smoke a barrel of P. A. without a kick! It hands out all the tobacco happiness any man ever dreamed about, it's so smooth and friendly. It's a mighty cheerwith your pipe and your ful thing to be on talking-term- s tongue at the same time but that's what's coming to you sure as you pin your faith to Prince Albert I TOBACCO CO, Winston Salem, N. C, yomUl spendinu the holidays here has returned to St. Helens. Miss Peg Lyle, of Stanton, vis ited Miss Fannie Mae Shimfessell last week. Mrs. C. F. Tomlieon and little laughter, of Nada, visited Mrs. G. Hackworth, over the holidays. Miss Anna Niblack, of Oakland III.,, is visttiug her grandmother this week. Mrs .Carrie Groves and little son, Russell, are visiting friends Mothers use XT fatoeca U M Cwmhn trlnca Atbtrt find awaiting yaar chaarfml riiit. Boy it in toppy tad hot. Met tidy tin: 10a I handtmma-poun- FortheQifldren As3fe,li.fashiiiei realty ferwtras. Straty-firjrr me u the bit lertimsntal e vernuiiKe conhna-oui AAY . r " m fd and halt-ptan- d ln aoandjfrytnl-s- U with humUtr eioMy. that km tanai-mliMMIi- thtUtmffitl 44 a. ua relatives nere. Misses Babe and Doll Hierony-mn- a wore visiting friends here Saturday, Mr. Clay Williams, of Altro was called home, Monday, to see hit little daughter, Fluorine, who has been very sick. Miss Grace Martin has returned home after a two week visit toher grandfathers, in Montgom- FREyS VERMIFUGE cm r3 fccUcp ibt feda Keep bottle oCer you. wyi on hatxl am happy It and 0. D. Ropers, of Mrs. Wth. Mclut,ps,li ws huried ' Xeuu, were here Monday on busi- here Tuesday. ness. Mrs. Ethel Wallace, of Lexing. " rli Geo. E. McGuire, of Irvine, ton, is .visiting her, mother, Mrs. H. S M "i was here Monday looking after Henry Smitson, this week. Pork Monday nil leases. Ever.ettrBiirlnwf of Lexington, " T. J Pninlnr iuid with Mr, is spending trip here S I'nrday. and Mrs. Smitson. VTRDEN Mrs. Belle artin an Nancy Mr. and Mrs, Killis Ware visit (Too late for last week.) Mullens H'e visiting Mr. and Mrs. ed rolatives in Clark county over GENET (Crow! i nut last wvak. J., B. - 25c bog row AWit'i or BMnlikse; or.il root cnki aonir 70a. mad M hm tad 23c a mad yau a Lot- lit pronplb. o't E. . S. FREY, BALTIMOU. MB. ! Catarrk J. H Mu'lens, a Perry con ' , for i f i.rnettsvtlle. days. Fo'k J. T. Blnckbur .f S was here S:t urdxy in the interest of a pension clai u Meat Market with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they cannot teach the seat of the disease. Rov. Cleo Purvis, of Lexing- Catarrh is a blood diston, will "preach at the Christian ease, and in order to cure it you must Christmas. church Sunday, both morning and take intermit remedies. Hull' Catarrh R. 8. Ware spent Christmas Onre is taken internally, and acts diMr. aud Mrs. C. 0. Curtis spent night.- with his parents. Mr. and Mra. T. rectly, up hi the blood an 1 mucous surChristmas with relatives at Win B. Ware. Rev. D. H. Matherly will go to face tlall' Catarrh Core is not a ctiester. quick medicine. It was prescribed fr The infant, child of Mr. a.nd Richmond, Sunday, and begin his one of the host physicians in this counwork as pastor of Second Christ try for yearn and Js a regular prescrijj-tlo- n. SNOW OKEXK. It is composed of the.bost toiiW ian Church. known, combined with tho best blood Mr. Floumey Joucit, of Win- purifiem, acting directly on tho mocoun Miss Sallie Brushear had a Jouett- - In- surfaces. Tito perfect combination of Christina tree at her school chester, representing the Agency, was hero on such two ingredients is what produces wonderful results in curingcMt; house Christmas Eye. The tree surance arrh. 8end for testimonials, free. waajoaded with presents for old, bnsiness Saturday 4 and"ypunS "tod au onjoyable laoksnn Johnson moved last F. J. CHENEY at CO., Props., Toledo, Cmt Je Curel ery county. We are now conducting a, FRESH MEAT MARKET in connection with our store, and we ask you to try our time, was speut. from Lumberpoiut in Lee county to noar Pompey, in this week O. Sold by Druggists, price 7Co. Tj.kc Hall's Family Pills for HomeKilled Products A complete line of fresh meats, including Beef, Pork. Sausage etc., will be carried at all times, and you can buy in any quan- Mrs. 0. B. Dicksoivaml Mrs. county. Cotliver, of Ashland, and Mrs, Shattuck, of Nadu, all spent the holiditys with their' pronts, Mr, and.Mrs. W. l AdamV.jThey jv turned homo earlylhis week. . How (a Cave Cel4s. An experienced butcher and meat cutter will be in charge. tity. Your Patronage Solicited Avoid exposure and drafts. Eat right. Take Dr. King's Now It is prepared from Pine Tar, healing balsams and mild laxatives. Dr. King's New kills and. expels the cold soothes the irritated throat germs, It heals and allays inflatnation. the mucous membrane. Search Dis-coverDis-eover- y Day Lbr. & Coal Co. as you will, you cannot flud it better cough and cold remedy. Its use ovet 45 years is a guarantee of When in Winchester come to wy shop for first class shoe repairing ef alt kiuds while you wait. Send shoes by parcel post any time and reI use ceive prompt attention aud good work. only the best material and tny prices are right. shoe repairing factory. 1 have an te satisfaction. U. IIAOKWOnTU, Mgr. Chas. Balmut 19 Advertising is The Times wHl pay you. If you dea't believe it let us ceaviHse you by a N. MiUtt St. Winchjtr, Ky, trial