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THE TIMES J. E. Burgher, : : Publisher. A HOME-MADE PAPER. THURSDAY, JUNE 9, 11)21 SUBSCRIPTION HATE, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, Entered as second-class mail nat ter at the Post Office at Clay City, Ky., under the Act of Congress of vfsrch 3. 1879. ANNOUNCEMENTS For Representative. We are authorized to announce J. A. IMMiKKS candidate for the Democrat ic nomination for Representative of the Powell-Wolfe district at the Pri mary election August 6th, 11)21. We are authorized to announce W. T. MCOUIRE, candidate for the Dom cratic nomination for Representative, of the Powell-Wolfe district at the Pri mary election August 6th, 1921. R. C. RAKER, 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 Clark County, can didate for the Democratic nomination, i.i t . iwealth's Attorney of the , , . ... To The Voters of Powell County Kentucky: Genet, Kv., June 7, 11)21. Ladies and Gentlemen: Having announced myself a candidate for County Court Clerl of Powell County, Ky., subject to the action of the Republican Primary on August Cth, 1021, I earnestly ask your vote and in lluence. I am the youngest liv ing ion of Hon. VTan C. Martin. I am 27 years of age and am one of Powell county's world war veterans, having served 14 months in the world war for lib erty; 10 months overseas with the American Expeditionary Forces. As to my qualifications to hold this office, I am fully and well qualified to fulfill the duties to every jot aud tittle of the law, having been counected with cler ical work and along the line of this office for the past 14 years. I stand for a better county and for the interest and welfare of tlie citizens of tho county, also for rotation in ollices. Ifnomi nated and elected I will enter upon the duties of the office un der bond and under examination of the Circuit Judge as the law directs, that I am duly qualified to perform the-duties of the of fice according to law. I expect to make au entire canvass of the county before the primary for Commonwealth's Attorney 2)th Judicial District subject to the primary election August 6th. 1921. We are uuthorized to announce WM. J. BAXTER, of Jessamine county, can didate for the Democratic nomination for Commonwealth's Attornew of the 25th Judicial District suhjest to the primary election August 6th. For County Judge. We are authorized to announce the name of JAMES S. EWEN candidate for County Judge subject to the a Jtion of Democrotic Primary. We are authorized to announce WILUAM ASHLEY Candidate for County Judge of Powell county subject to the Democratic Primary, Aug. Cth. 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 tonnnoun:e F. (t. POWELL candidate for the Democratic nomination 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 (1EO. W. MARTIN, of liosolyn, candidate for the Democratic nomination for Sheriff of Powell county before the primary election August 6lh, 1021. For County Clerk. We are authorized to announce I. S. ())NE candidate for the Democratic nomination for reelection of County Court Clerk at the Primary election August 6th, 1921. We are authorized to announce Don Cou consider my claim. Ask about me, examine my past civil and military records. I will highly appreciate your vote and inllu ence. Yours for success, H. S. MAItTIN. ROSSLYN. Miss Kdna Crowe is very sick. Virgil Martin has purchased a new Ford. Look out girls ! Mr. aud Mrs. L. D. James were at Chop Chestmt Sunday visiting relatives. Mr. John Tipton is visiting Lis daughter, Mrs. J. A. lioweu, at Slade. Mrs. Nan lienninjrfield is suf fering very much with a sprain ed ankle. Misses Mina Conlee and Zula Martin vere visiting in Stanton Saturday. Miss Margaret Mansfield was week-eud guest of Miss Sylvia -Skidmore. Paul Fa ugh t was here from Furnace over Sunday visitiug his Ice Cream Supper s Aj The young ladies of the Chris jjp'ian Church will have an i'te Cieream supper at the school house t t ard Saturday evening, June 18. mai These workers are" progressing ery satUfactorially toward their Wlano fund, and should receive t;jijrther eucouraseinent for this of AJurt the 1 mucirrrrrrruiiarr, August tn. . For County Attorney. We are authorized to announce MA RION ATKINSON, candidate for the Denioiratic nomination for County Attorney of Powell County at the pri mary election August 6th, 1921. For Jailor. We are authorized to announce CHAS. 15. 1IATTON, of Bo wen, candi date for the Democratic nomination for Jailed" August 6th. are authorized to announce LU- t STEPHENS candidate for the cratic nomination for Jailor of Jl County at the Primary election t 6th, 1921. are authorize 1 toVinounce WM. ELL, candidate for the Demo- nomination for Jailor of Powell ky at the Primary election August 921. di ind in'J an Mi ' The Strongest Financial Institution on Earth: New York Life Insurance Co. The Strongest Fire, Hail, Tornado and Windstorm Insurance Co. in America: The Home Insurance Co. MARION ATKINSON, Agent, STANTON, KENTUCKY. mother, Mrs. Morgan Wireman. Coleman Morton and Alvin Crabtree were hert Saturday en route to Stanton. Miss Aide Neal visited her sis ter, Mrs. II. T. Derickson, near Stanton last week. Stoner Martin, of Genet was a visitor in our vicinity Saturday evening aud Sunday. Holt Derickson is with home folks asrain after, the close of school at Winchester. Mr. and Mrs. Hill Martin and baby were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Martiu over Sunday. Hernard, Louise aud Ralph Cou lee, of Clay City have been spend ing a few days with relatives here. Andy Hanks, Venard and Hen- ard Stamper, of linwen, were vis itorhereSaturday bet ween trains. Mr. and Mrs. Willie l'elfry and children, of Torrent, visited Mr. Pelfry's sister, Mrs. J. K. Tipton, last week. Mr. and Mrs. Topher Daniel and children were week . end guests of Mrs. Daniel's parents here. Mis3 Hoyt Tipton will leave Saturday for a- short visit with her aunt, Mrs. Callie Pel fry, at Torrent. Bert and Jim Holman, of Stan ton and Jack and Ernest roster, of Knowlton. were visitors at our Sunday School Sunday. Our Sunday School is moving along nicely at this place. It be- gius at 10 o'clock every Sunday morning. Everybody try to come. Mrs. George Martin and little daughter, Celia Louise, visited her niece, Mrs. Pearl Malnny, and Mr. Malony at Torrent Sat urday. Mr. and Mrs. llupert Derick son and children visited Mr. and and Mr. and Airs. Henry Derick on near Stanton Sunday. Mrs. Ida Wills and two sons. David Ellsworth and Cecil Thorn a?, of Cain Creek; Mrs. Laura Wills and son, Woodford, of Stan ton, and Mrs. J, M. Conlee and daushter, Mina, visited Mrs. I). W. Martin Friday. Cupid visited our vicinity and tied the nuptial knot of a very fond couple. Avery Ilatton and Miss Eva Risen were united in matrimony at the residence of 'Squire Chas. B . Ilatton. The 'Squire also married a Missive and a Johnson boy, both of Cain Creek, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Al vin Martin. Large crowds attended both places. All wish the young f.lks much happiness and jov down life's uneven pathway. It Costs Money To Travel With high railroad fares and bisrher hotel bills fewer people this year will go to health resorts to get rid of impurities in the system that cause rhuematic pains, backache, swollen, sore and painful joints and muscles. If you need relief and do not want to leave home, try Foley Kidney Pills. Sherman llobbins S: Sons, local agents. Clark county Thurslay und Fri day., John II. Johnson and two sons, Ilobert and Coleman, Winches ter, attended' Junior march at this place Sunday. Walter Johnson and Charlie Long, Montgomery county, visit ed Matt Johnson Sunday and al so attended Junior march. The Juniors marched to the late Frank Yocura's grave Sun day and decorated it beautifully, and Kev. (leorge Powell, Clay City, delivered a nice talk to the congregation. An Advertisement Helped Her Mrs. Lucille Markey, 10 Buena Vista St., Washington, Ta., writes: "Last winter my 3-year, old girl caught a bad cold which left her with a dry cough. I saw a n advertisement for Foley's Honey and Tar and bought two bottles and her cough left her be fore she finished the second bot tle." Sherman Robbins A' Sons local agents. Sweet Potato Plants Porto Kico and Nancy Halls. Fine plants. 200 for $1.00; fxO $1.75; 1000 $2.?.", by mail postpaid. Express col lect $2.00 per M. Tomato plants name price. Plant circular free. FRUITYALE NUUSEKIKS Albany, Alabama. Classified Advertisements Advertisements inserted under this head atone cent a word per insertion. Hatchers 'a Creek Bill McCall is at Paintsville very ill with fever. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Martin were at liosslyu Wednesday on business. Mrs. J. T. Adams, Stanton, visited Mrs. J. (J. Thomas lirst part of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Logan vis ited Mrs. Mary J. Welch at lios- elyn Saturday and Sunday. Hugh Johnson and Mrs. Wm Mrs. T. C. Hall Saturday iiisIifR aruea visited John Johnson in AGENTS WANTED Wanted two giod live agents to sell to every home and business place a well advertised article that sells on right. Only a small amount of money required. 100 prof it. For particulars write Kincaid t (Jrierson, Room 4, Louis Block, Day ton, Ohio. Ifl-lJt. FA KM FOR SALE About 230 acres of Montgomery county Blue (irons land, situated about five miles south of Ml. Sterling, Ky., on the Camargo pike. This land is all in grass, and has on it a tenant boose, stock barn and scales Theprije is one hundred dollars per acre. Apply to A. C. B0(J1E, Mt. Sterling, Ky. 19-4t. MALE HELP WANTED (iet Busy keep busy. Is your job unsafe? Is it permanent? You want a life-long busi ness. You 'can get into such a busi ness telling more than 137 Watkins products direct to fanners if you own auto or team or can get one ; if you are. under oO and can give bond with per sonal sureties. We back you with big selling helps ; B2 years in business ; 20,()(0,OCO users of our products. Write for information where you can get ter ritory. J. It. Watkins Co., Dept. 113 Winona, Minn. - 23-4t I P0IEY CATHARTIC TABLETS TTh Trv 10 V oe rrepareai We aio authorized to announce COIN BO WEN candidate for the Pern ocravic nomination for Assessor of Powell county at the Primary election August 0th. We are authorized to announce EL BERT FAULKNER, candidate for the Democratic nomination for Assessor of Powell County at the Primary election August 6th, 1821. v are authorized to announce thi l'OWELL, of Xena, Ky., can- for the Democratic nomination f lor of Powell county at the Pri mary election August 6th, 1821. We are authorized to announce (JROVER C. PALMER, candidate for the Democratic nomination for Jailor of Powell county at the Primary elec tion August 6th, 1021. We are authorized to announce J. N. McDANIEL, of Lopibard, candidate for the Democratic nomination for Jail or of Powell county at the Primary election August 6th, 1921. THE TIME TO PREPARE FOR ADVERSITY IS NOW NOT TOMORROW NOR THE NEXT DAY. ACCUMULATING A BANK ACCOUNT IS THE BEST SAFEGUARD AGAINST TOMORROW'S MISFOR. TUNES. Clay City National Bank.