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THE TIMES
I. E. Burgher,
Publisher.
A HOME-MADE TAPER.
THURSDAY, MAY 10, 19U
SUBSCRIPTION RATE,
ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR.
Entered a second-class mail mat
ter at the Poat Office at Clay City,
Cy- tinder the Act of Congress of
Ifarcb 3. 1870.
ANNOUNCEMENTS
For Representative
We are authorized to announce J. A.
ltOGERS candidate for the Democrat
ic nomination for Representative of
the Powell-Wolfe district at the Pri
mary election August 6th, 1921.
We are authorized to announce W.
T. MCOUIRE, candidate for the Dom
cratio nomination for Representative
of the Powell-Wolfe district at the Pri
mary election August 8th, 1921.
K. C. BAKER, Stanton, Ky., for
Representative of the Powell-Wolfe
district, subject to the action of the
Democratic Primary, promising faith
ful and honest service if elected.
For Commonwealth Attorney
We are authorized to announce B. A.
CRUTCHER, of Ciark County, can
didate for the Democratic nomination I
for Commonwealth's Attorney of the
25th Judicial District subject to the
primary election August 6th, 1921.
We are authorized to announce WM.
J. BAXTER, of Jeseamine jounty, can
didate for the Democratic nomination
for Commonwealth's Attcrnew of the
25th Judicial Diatrict subjeH to the
primary election August 6th.
For County Judge.
We are authorized to announce the
name of JAMES S. KWKN candidate
for County Judge subject to the a;tion
of Democrotic Primary.
We are authorized to announce
WILLIAM ASHLEY candidate for
County Judge of Powell county subjest
to the Democratic Primary, Aug. 6th.
We are authorized to announce HEN
RY T. DERICKSON candidate for the
Democratic nomination for County
Judge of Powell county at the Primary
election August 6th, 1921.
For Sheriff.
We are authorized to announce F.U.
POWELL candidate for the Democratic
numinatio l for Sheriff of Powell Coun
ty at the Primary election August 6th,
1921.
We are authorized to announce
FLOYD C. WILLS candidate for the
Democratic nomination for Sheriff of
Powell County at the Primary election
August 6th, 1921.
We are authorized to announce IJEO.
W. MARTIN, of KoBflyn, candidate for
the Democratic nomination for Sheriff
of Towell county before the primary
election August 6th, 1931.
For County Clerk.
We are authorized' to announce I. S
' BOONE candidate for the Demojratic
nomination for reelection of County
Court Clerlj at the I'rimaty election
August 6th, 1921.
We are authorized to announce
TROY C. flARTIN, candidate for the
Democratic nomination for County
Court Clerk at the Primary Aug. 6th.
Fr Assessor.
We are authorized to announce
; CLINT ROSE candidate for the ofllce
of AesKor of Powell county subject to
the Democratic Primary, August Cth.
We are authorized to announce EL
BERT FAULKNER, candidate for the
Democratic nomination for Assessor of
Powell County at the Primary election
AuKUi-t 6th, 1921. .
We ale authorized to announce
-V't'IN liOWEN candidate, for tleDem-
ratio nomination for Aseor of
Pirll county at the Primary election
Auguit 6th.
For Jailor,
We are authorized to aiinouix-f
CIIAS. B. IIATTON. of Bowt u, jandi
date for the Democratic iiominutUm for
Jailor Auguvt Clh.
We are authorized to announce LU-
SLADE.
Farmer are buy trying to pet
corn planted.
Mrs. Fred Scott, of Norca, was
calling here Friday.
Mesdamea U. M. and U. II. Kw-
en went to Heatty ville Tuesday.
Miss Maude Rowen went to
Frankfort on business last week.
There will be no fruit here but
we have a very promising cropof
blackberries.
ltev. Peter It. LepR filled his
appointment here Saturday and
Sunday.
Miss Ula Adams visited Mr.
and Mrs. Carl Ewen, of Clay City
last week.
Mr. and Mrs. (Jcorge Ewen aie
the proud parents of a new eon
born May 14th.
Miss Viua lieuningfield, of
Rosslvn. visited Miss Maude
Bowen last week.
Mrs. James Maker and baby,
Virginia, of Howen, visited her
parents at Nada last week.
Mr. and Mrs. JohnToliver and
two little sons, of Torrent, visit
ed Ernest Faulkner Sunday.
PASSING OF STREET PARADE1 nu JJcLiwlligi-S
Bryant&JohnsonShowsExplaln
AVhy They Have Abandoned
This Traditional Feature.
Dr. Lemming, of Stanton, was
here Saturday enroute to Tin
Town to see Mrs. Manson Hall.
Mr. and Mrs. John Townseud,
of Kosslyn, spent the week end
with the family of Jesse Town
send.
Clarence McKnabb, age ten
ial
years, soi. oi m jucivnaoo, n
Pilot, died of blood poison cans
ed by picking his tooth with a
pin. Was buried Sunday near his
home. Atnons those from here
attending, the funeral were
James, Beverly and Mattie Mc
Knabb, Ila Ford, Dewey Fulkg
and Mrs. Martin Ford.
The death of Mrs. Trannie
Boyd, wife of Willie Boyd, of
Tin Town was announced here
today. Mrs. Boyd was before
marriage a Miss Kuox, was a
member of the Christian church
and an excellent woman, and
will be greatly missed in her
home and community. She leaves
besides her husband three chil
dren and a host of relatives and
friends to mourn her loss.
Fifty-nine hizh schools with an
enrollment of 2,500 boys compet
ed for the 6tate trophy in the
annual statewide Bible study
conducted by the Y. M. C. A.,
also for the silver cup for the
best diss 2 record. Cyntlnana
high school won the trophy, and
listen, Stanton high school tied
with Nicholas, Harlan and Hone
Cave for the first place in class
three and each will receive cups
of equal value. Three cheers for
Stanton. There were 17 of our
boys in this contest.
For many reasons the manage
ment of the Bryant & Johnson
Combined Shows, which will ex
hibit at Clay City for oDe day
only, en Saturday, May 28, has
decided to abandon the street pa
rade which has, in years past,
been the usual thing with travel
ing organizations of this kind. It
is set forth that in many instan
ces the late arrival of the trains
bearing the paraphernalia makes
it impossible to give a parade
aud start the afternoon perform
ance on time. Another reasou
is that by doing away with the
parade the performers are fresh
for their work in the big top aud
the public is assured of a much
better program. Tne band will
give popular concerts on the
streets at 12 o'clock noon, and in
the evening at 7 o'clock. Imme
diately after the baud concert
big free exhibitions will be given
on the show grounds.
The show will positively exhib
it at Clay City, afternoon and
night, on Saturday, May 28, rain
or shine.
Where Medical Authorities Agree
VV. H. Clough, Soidiers Home,
Calif., writes ; 4,I have been trou
bleu with constipation at times
for yeaes. I liud Foley Cafhar
tic Tablets keep me iu a better
natural shape than any medicine
I have ever taken." Just liue for
too heavy people. Sherman Hob
bins & boua local ageuts.
Bald Rock.
What has become of the Nada
correspondent. We thinks h e
has Hew to Amsterdam to where
the young Lion Koareth and the
EVER BILIOUS?
Charleston, Miss.-Mrs. R. V. Hsins, off this place,
gays: "I have never had to use very much medicine
because if 1 felt headache, dizziness, or colds, bad tas e
in the mouth, which comes from torpid liver, I wou d
take a dose or more of Black-Draught, and it would
straighten me out and make me feci as good as new.
We have used in our family for years
THEDFORD'S
I
aacfrpiisfflT
and it certainly is the best liver medicine I ever saw.
It has not only saved me money, it has helped keep my
system in shape, and has never weakened me as so
many physics do. I recommend it to my friends and am
glad to do so." Black-Draught is the old, reliable liver
medicine which you have doubtless heard much about.
When you feel badly all over, stomach not right, bad
taste in your mouth, bilious, or have a headache, try
Thedford's Black-Draught. At all Druggists.
Always Insist on the Genuine!
1.77
Wang Doodle mnurneth, but why
should he Hewed.
We are on the job again after
some time delay. We have been
on an extended vacation out
west and we wish to say that the
Blooming Hose of Texas beats
the Helle of Tennessee.
Junior Order United American
Mechanics, Ilosslyn Council No.
112 was organized at Vintons Ky.
in the Jr. (). U. A. M. Hall by
II. S. Martin, (Jenet, a Deputy
State Councilor, The council h
progressing nicely and bills fair
t be a strong council with the
following oflicers for the short
term :
V. II. Welch, Councilor;
Aubrey Martin, V. C. ;
Hex Alien, H. S. ;
(Jeo Martin, F. S ;
Oris Allen, Warden ;
James Wymore, Treas. :
Everett Martin, Jr. Host C. :
Cashus Hatton, I 8 ;
Clarence Allen, (. S. S.
These youn? oilicers are right
on the job showing their interest
in the order, even though they
were initiated into the order on
the right of its institution.
SHOES
AT SPECIAL CUT PRICES
Bronchial Trouble Caused Anxiety
Try Foley's Honey and Tar for
conahs, Colds and Croup. John
G. Hekking, 1U." liurgess Place,
Passai Nr J , writes: "I was
suffering from an acute case of
bronchial trul!e which gave me
considerable anxiety. Foley's
Honey and Tar deserves all the
credit for my being well now."
Sherman Hobbins V Sons local
agente.
Ik'inocratic nomination for 'Juilor of
Powell County at the Primary election
AiiKuxt 6th, 1021.
. .
We are authorized to imnmuiee WM.
ilOWKLL. candidate for the demo
cratic nomination for Juilor of Powell
County at the Primary election Anoint
etb. itf.'i.
We are authorized to annouiue
KEItT I'OWELL. of Xena. Ky.. can-
didate for the Democratic nomination
for Jailor i t !' ell county at the 1'ri
mury election Autfuct Cth,
We lire authorised t announce
tiKOVEK C. PAI.MKU, candidate for
the Democratic nomination for Jailor
of Powell county tit the Primary elec
tion Auj:ufct 6th, lO'.'l.
We are authorised tu announce T. N.
McDAXlEL, of Lombard, i-iwidiJate
for the Democratic nomination tor Jail
or of Powell county at the Primary
TMEU STEHIE.VS candidate for the H'tty11 Augut 6th, 1W1.
We have an extensive line of the Specially Advertised
Sweet-Orr Shirts and Overalls
I specially inrite the Ladies and Misses to call and
see our New Assortment of Readymade Dresses,
Waists, Skirts and Underwear.
Men's and Boys' Suits
At Attractive Prices.
A splendid assortment of RANGES and everything
you need for General Housekeeping, Gardening and
Farming.
A handsome line of Wall Paper, Kolorfast Carpets
and Rugs. A good line of Paints and Varnishes.
Anything in the Grocery line you desire we will be
pleased to supply you.
All kinds of Garden Seeds in both
Ferry's and Crossman's
Automobile For Sale
Studebaker Special Six lH'Jl
model, (dightly used. Would take
a good Ford in on trade. Here's
an opportunity to get a fire ma
chine at a bargain. Call at Clay
Citv Guase. Hi -2r.
Call on
E. F. HARRIS
For
PROPRIETARY REMEDIES
AND TOILET ARTCILES.
Clay City, : : Ky.
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