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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): May 6, 1915 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1915 cla1915050601_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.): May 6, 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. THE 7l JJUL Jew:CITY TIMES. Wcarc'Here to Help CJay M; P. O'HARA, Owner and Publisher CHy6 SurroundlngXountry and Ourselves. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. VOL. XX.- - 0&A.Y OtTY, JEEVgBHlJRSDAY, MAY 0, J9I5. NO. 18. STANTON. A Pleasant Otiiihg firs. Russell Is 'fiural Credits. Highly Praised. With t lie coming of Hie warm spring days, the town" mnn commences to look toward the green hills of the country and to wish for t he opportunity to get out in the fresh air and commune with nature 'The editor's better half accord-in(or better to some people's views), being away on a visit,, ho struck out with S. V. Larison last" Sunday morning, to hear Bro. M. P. Lowry expound the word of God at- - Hardwicks Creek church. Arriving at the church after a pjensant walk of about three miles, we heard a splendid sermon by our old friend, and then proceeded to the home of S. G. ."Baker, where a dinner lit for a ktng was put on the table by Mr. Baker's good wife, and to. say that wo did justice to it would be putting it mildly. Friend Baker informed us that, being unexpected, we would have to put up with very ordinary fore, but if the dinner we got outside of was ordinary fare for a farmer, we are going to trade this print- seven-eights, Arguments on the Whisky Question. g ing office for . ten-acres- of land "right away, and go the country to live. Being unwilling to walk very far after 8ucha din-- , iier, Mr, Baker kindly- nccbrn - ' ' .unUiied ..ga8rweJIbKilardvv.it,k,.s, u? in a huggy to. (he old Oreek,-- ' wjferefthe ceremony of baptism .was, performed at 3:30, three converts waving been made to the church at the meeting Satur- day nigut. Leaving Mr. Baker athis home, we made the return trip to town on foot, happy npd contented, in spite of the fact that a shower accompanied us for the last two miles of the trip. This was the editor's first experience of the hospitality of the people on Hardwicks Creek, but unless his wife returns very soon, jt will bo hard to keep him out of that neighborhood on future Sundays, and friend Larison says he just naturally has to go back again to see if all these little to nice frying chickens grow-u- p size. - Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Whitt wero shopping in Lexington , This Bank Invites New Accounts On the basis of efficient service and absoute security Per Cent Interest 3 I I .. Clay City National Bank :pa'0ity, " . - urn! Credits United Itov. P. 0. Derthick received Tlie following has been called one of a message that his mother was in following article is thken (suites scnatojjuoro or Arkansas says: The "The niraLcrjidit systems of Europe the most remarkable addresses ever from the columns of the Kentucky have succeeded! They have stood tho given and has had a wonderful influ a dying condition, and ho left Sun, a weekly paper published at test of tjmeft.aod experience. They ence in creating the for Indianapolis, scnti immediately Louisville, and the lady referred have protected the interests of tho in mont that is at present sweeping over the homo of his brother, Kev. to, Mrs, Sylvia Ilussell, is well ve'stor. FoiMnstanco, in Germany the the State. It was given by J. N. Hurty, Plenry Derthick to see her. We, known to almost everyone in Cay bonus or some oi tneir rural credit in State Health Commissioner of Indiana one and all, who learned to love Jiribg- - a higher price in the It was forwarded to us by our Stanton City and Powell county, and those stitutions Mrs. Derthick while she lived market than the, bonds of the German correspondent: who know here best will more .empire Dejmnguije same rate or in- with her son Paul here, regret This paper shall be brief ; extra brief thoroughly appreciate the tribute ieresp jsjs.uunouess true mat, mesc I am determined thnt merit shall be and sympathize deeply to hear paid her. Mrs. Russell's work in European systems could not be trnns- - accredited. I shall not take up tin! that she was dead before Mr. the education of the bove and girls plantcd'bodliyo this country. What physiological action of alcohol, for that Derthick reached her bed side. Europe. haSndpix! for her fanners would be a work of supererogation in of Powell, and later In Lee county, Ajuerieacarfdo' Born, May 3, to the wife of iind must do for hcr's. this presence. I shall not consider the has not brought her as much famg "The o'rdiharj' commercial bank can dietetics of alcohol, for it is not a food Rtipart Derickson, a line girl. outside these counties as some of not bo oxpected.to lend money for fifty in any sense, and has no true dietetic Itev. D. H. Matheriy, pastor of years. It is obligated to standing, I shall not consider the our other mountain educators pay ) on demand. It must stimulant action of alcohol, for it is the Christian Church, Clay City, have received, buLnhe is ackuowl- keep its affairs i.i a situation to meet not a stimulant, it is only a sedative. was here Monday. edged by all who have como under such demands. IJurul credit institu shall not consider the therapeutics her- tutelage and by parents as well, tions will meet a demand for credit W. F. Adams, one of our hustlof alcohol, for'it has none. I shall not to be one of the best teachers whTch cummer i:il banks never have consider the mechanical or industrial ing young merchants, has return ever' having charge of a school, and never can supply. Hence there uses of alcohol, for they do not here ed from a business trip to Clark bo nnd her methods of applying knowl-edg- e will tMo no collision or friction between concern us. County. the; systenir. The most important business before boys and girls under to the "Farm mortgages in the United The Stanton Town boys defeat her charge, are second to none. States, aggregate more than two billion the business men today is the business of the public health, and further, if ed t he Stanton College boys in it The following is part of h" lengthy dollars today: The average rate of in tho business men do not soon grasp report of Jier work .in the mountain terest is ' comparatively high. The this truth and act upon it, then are lively base ball game to the tune Saturday schools;. Exercices were held nt the' farmers' demands for capital on fong business men not the real business of termaat Jawirales of luterest is con- men but business children. This is Presbyterian church here a few Mrs. W. 0. Martin of Clay City tinuous and ".persistent. He needs said of business men because they are days ago by the graduating class money to was a guest of her sister, Mrs. or complete, the in the saddle, and they virtually run from the St. Helens High School. purchase of his home and to improve and govern things ; and they arc doing James Martin and family Sunday. This School is the bjg enterprise his homestead fhen purchnsed. He a poor job. This is attested by our Itev. J. T. Adams has just re h ta'xes, the failure of munici of the. little mountain town of St. needs a system uf credits not primarily to enable h'inj jtf goi,' into debt but to' pal government, the rottenness of turned from Concord, Madison Helens, promoted by and presided enable law tae3QUof debt " the, of vencry, Co. where he preached to large QetiWrra. Sylvia W iWsoll, The Kentnekiviikural 6redit Associa the and awful destruc audiences Saturday and Sunday. (if Clay City and;jaterQr tion of whliJ formerly is tion of syphilis, the prevalence of Manit .Ionium r.ur." tWeJL evMUh W:'fiUlieatrsVhc iirvalHrcoaml fra. Derickson were gyests"Mrs. tjio foremosl educators in rif this state fiiuieynon long time, at of crime, the prevalence one'of of of insanity, poverty Mrs. Johnson's brother. Will Kentucky. She started n graded 5 per cent iqtorest. 0. W. Jladnjon is and in Stanton this week in the interest of and feeble mindednebs, the increase of Knox, of Levee, Sunday. school ut Stquton sometwe've this association defectiveness' and delinquency, and the years ago in two little, rooms.1 It Those desiring information should increasing consumption of alcohol as a We are glad to note that Miss orented an interest nnd drew'nt se.e una beverage with its endless chain of Lnbe Kuox is feeling much mi abominations. All of these evils and proved since she returned from tention to her genius as a Jeacher more are upon us, not because we canWoolery Withdraws. and as a result Stanton to day W Lexington. not remove and prevent them, but be a college with a fullgrown aifid cause we will not. The business men Mrs. Georiiia Williams, cf Lexwell equipped faculty ohd eple'n J. W. Woolery, who has beer. who u ru our loaders and governors, are ington, and Mrs. Cleinma Land.did brick buildings, which draws in the race for the Demrcratk continually trying to improve and in ers, of Texas, visited their father Htudents from Powell nnd stir nomination for Representative, line crease business, succeeding only par tially, because they do not recognize Hon. Jno. W. Williams, and rounding counties. Children eoroo decided to withdraw, owing to tin that business, like all other fundumcn Mrs. CD. Mansfield, their sister, in on the morning trains from thc fact that lit- Iiiib not sullleient (lint tally good things of human life, de the early part of the week. euMern part of thf copnty and re: to thoroughly canvass the diMrb-- t pend upon tho moral and intellectual Mr. aud Mrs. J. D. Davis and turn on the afternoon train. He desires to thank all those who health of individuals. A community, a state, an empire depends absolutely Miss Pauline, who have been The school is tho pride of thtjt tendered their support, and to as upon its healthy men and women, for visiting Mrs. Davis' parents, section and well it may be. Mr. sure the m of his good will. its morals, strength and character, thu to their home at Lima (). l taught in the college for n sick, thu diseased, thu drug habitues, Mrs. It A. Irvin spent u few the alcoholics, and the other defec- Saturday morning. U6suuied large pro lime after it portions, but later went further days shopping In Lexington last tives, have no part In the prosperity Mrs. Margaret Vance is reported and happiness of a nation. Tliey are a to be getting along nicely in int ttie mountains to the; una II week. the source of expense and weakness. They town of St. Helens, Lee county, where sup- Good Samaritan Hospital The Ladies' Aid of the Motho-dis- t are a burden. Ihey must no whoce citizens had observed her she underwent a rather serious Church will.iiieet next Wed- ported, and practically, they uio use work at Stanton and offered her operation for throat trouble last less, deleterious una unnecessary, nesday at the, church and a full which inducements splendid Assuming thcto statements to be week. attendance of all members is re- true, then it follows if a nation de Mrs. Anna Sewell of Jackson, quested. sires success, and is to be successful, Ky. has returned homo from sevits business men must look to it that meant much more financially, us government is righteous ; and to bo eral days visit with her parents, we)l ns a l'.rge,und undeveloped righteous, it must closely follow the Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Hardwick. laws, so far as they are known of field where sheboped to duplicate Robert Ewiug is the first in the well being. After governmental thu work she liad done at Stanton. organization, the first absolutely nec community, so far as we know, to Her present u'chool Jips pur St. essary consideration is the catrso of get through planting n large Helens on the map and its diplomas public health; for without hculth men- crop of corn. are recognized at the State Uni- tal and physical elllciency with hon Rolen Eversole, representative esty cannot exist, "Tho care of the versity the same. aB thoso from public health Is the first duty of tho for the Louisville Tin ar.d Stovo other graded preparatory sohool of Statesman," said the eminently prac Co., is at homo this weok, because tho county. tical Disraelll. of the illness of Mabel with The public health is paramount. Do It is said Mrs. ' Russell lias had little or nothing to advanco it, and the pneumonia fever, hut is now reflattering oife'Mvtp' go into other nation fails. The wonderful and well ported much improved. and larger fields in connection demonstrated physical and mental J. P. Kevelof Indianapolis, is with educational- work, but pre- strength and elllciency of the Geru guest of h. s uncle, Jas- - Kwen. fers, the mountain country where mans, rests upon health. Of course . she. bus mauy friends und Tupkes u that Nation has not removed all of the this week. on Time Deposits. obstructions to health and elllciency, Colonel Madison of Pittsburg, good galnry and Jluds good founda-- ; but it has removed many, perhaps, ttoa for building purposes, in tho most of the prominent ones. Among the the Kural Credit Man, is in town brains of the boys andgirls of that huge drawbacks to health and elllciency, tills week getting the farmers in6f.ct.nn and as she aaye: "Besides yes, to life, liberty and pursuits of hap- terested iu thu association. tho Jinancial p4rt, tuia feature is piness, is alcohol, iiecausoof its wide Dr, Leniing reijorts a fino girl eteentlully iniprtant and apeal-ln- use it has become the mont awful of at the homo of John McKnight. all thu drugs or dopo which have fast- Kentucky. and I ani$BQfc, ready to quit T . "(Continued on page fli) Oie'ttOi'nlaiHKjjJi, (ContmucHf on Plge Slx.7 anti-liqu- I 14-1- pup-Imso over-hig- non-contr.- ol omni-presenc- e H t "t-?fn- - - Rut-eel- t ul . - g THE from prepetit- tudicatiotiA, Hie de mund for horses vvill bo increased to such an extent lifter t lie close of the European conflict, tlr.it this country, to which all. Europe will A Democratic Newspaper have to look for iheir supply, will he unable to lill the demand. Eighteen Years Old It i9 therefore, (.oud business policy for nhy man havinu a good The Best Weekly in this Section. mure, to breed her, and moreover, to breed her to the best M. P. O'MARA, horse ho can find. With the OWNER AND PUBLISHER. number of good horses thut tiro now in this county, a Inrmer Imp no excuse for breeding to a mnil Entered as second-clas- s scrub, but can take his choice at the Tost Onice nt Glay City, from u number of registered Ky., under the Act of Congress of horse?, any one ot which will March 3, 1S79. produce him a good colt, Hint l'IMES. will be the kmdjWMiring a good prk'e when oldQnough for m'nr ket. First select your horse to A HOME-MAD- E PAPER MAY. 0. ANNOUNCEMENTS U'lo For Railroad Commissioner. "Wc THURSDAY. For Circuit Judge. lisher, M 1' O'Mara. Owned solely by Known bondholder, M. I'. O'Mara We arc authorized to announce mortgagees and other security holders W. R. SHACKELFORD holding 1 percent or more of the total as Candidate for the Democratic E. Hnrgher. amount of stock, J. M. V. O'MAUA. Sworn to before mo this 1st day of .. May, 101,-A T. Whitt. h arc authorized to announce II. Q. GARRETT STATEMENT as a candidate for Railroad Comi'f ownership. nianaKcinent.circulation missioner in the Third Railroad etc., required liy the act of Aucuat :M, Commissioners District. Subject 1012, or the Clay City Times, published to the action of the Republican weekly at Clay City. Ky , for April 1, primary August 7, 1915. 1015: Editor, nmnae;iiiK editor and pub- nomination for Circuit Judge of the Twenty-fiftJudicial district. Primary election August 7, 1915. Notary Public. Wp ere authorized to announce J. M. BENTON. Judge Shackellnrd, of Madi- of "Winchester, Ky., as a candidate son, was here Saturday, mixing for the Democratic nomination for with the voters and puttinir in a Circuit Judge in the 25th Judicial district. Primary election word for himself in his race for August 7, 1915. the nomination for Circuit Judgp. JudkeShackelford does not beFor Circuit Clerk. lieve, in leftini: irn smwjjv'w We are authorized to announce under'his feetV'und appears quite O. N. CROWE confident of tin- result itiiiuust as a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of Powell Count, subject One of the biggest sensation? to the action of the Democratic of recent years nr the courts of primary, August 7, 1915. this state wag created last week m hen Mrs Houston Underwood, We arc authorized to announce MARION ATKINSON widow nf the man for whose murder T. Q. Wallace ami Frank as a candidate for Circuit Court Chancy were convicted at Win- Clerk of Powell county, subject to the action of the Democratic chester last week, repudiated he. primary, August 7, 1915. testimony, given in their trial, and stated that her evidence was For Representative. given. under a threat. Later m, We arc authorized to announce when the grand jury took the A. M. LOWE matter up and she was sum as a candidato for Representative moned before Mint body, she from this district, subject to the stated that the retraction was action of the Democratic primary, forced from'her by throats, and August 7, 1915. that the evidence she gave in the trial of Wallace and Ohanov was Wc arc authorized to announce T. J. PONDER true. As a result the brother of Wallace and the mother of Che as a candidate for the Republican ney were iudicted for obstruct nomination for Representative from this District. Primary August 7, 1915. My commission cxi-frc- Jan. ';, 1010. suit the inarpjthat is to say, mate them wltlifthe idea of producing a have the Mayors, County and Cirbetter pointsofjnjpth. Then see Obtain cuit that the horsefowfJack is regis Famous Medicine tercd, and thatistpedigree contains the nnjiiegiof good stock have sold Lexington, Muy-5- "I horses. ThatnviJjUTpuY you on the Tunlac, since th beginning of its safe aide. introduction in Lexington, to the mayors ot a number of cities, county judges, circuit judges, Wo oiler Oneujjundred Dollars and to many of the most proReWard for anycase of Catarrh minent business and professional that cannot becured by Unit's men in Kentucky," says Win. E. Catarrh Cure. Stifgg, the Lexington druggist. F. J.Choney $Oo., Toledo, O. "The demand for the preparatWe, the undersigned, hnvo ion has been phenomenal. In all known F. J. Cheney for the last of my twenty years' experience 15 years, and believe him per- in the drug business 1 have never fectly honorable "in all business seen uuyihing that equals it. transactions and. financial! v able "In addition to the Lexington to carry out any obligations demand, Tanlac hue been shipped tnnde by his firm.. from my store to Kansas City, National Bank of Commerce, Mo Colorado Springs, Col. ; DenToledo, O. ver, Col. ; Memphis, Tenu. ; MerHull's Caturrah Cure is taken idian, Miss.; Bouillu, S. D. ; internally, acting directly upon Pittsburg, Pa, ; Jacksonville flu. ; the blood and mucous surface of Louisville, Ky. ; Tiilin, Ohio ; the system. Testimonials sent Cincinnati,. Ohio; Columbia, free. Price 75 cents per bottle. Teuu. ; Palm Beach, Flu. ; I'tiunix Sold by all Druggists. Arizona; Los Angles, Cat., and Take Hall's Family Pills for many points throughout, the counconst ipaMon. try that are too numerous to mention. You may rest .assured Jess Polk, unexperienced prin- that every city in Kentucky has, ter, who has'.be'ert workng on the too," heard of Tunlac. "1 can only account for the Wolfe County. News for some into The Times office tho great demand for this preparatother day and. 1b helpirg out a ion by the fact that it is a good medicine. That is proveti by the rush of business colt'-ifiiathvi- Prominent Men Now use Tan lac Judges nUmerdiia'stalements from those ' who havekested the medicine in cases of catarrhal aU'ections, .or stomach, liver and kidney and aro now convinced of its excellent merits. The public lias not been slow to appreciate thoTahlao merit. "Practically $15,000 worth of Tanlac has been sold, nnd distributed through my store within the past seventy days. Such demand is most certainly .unprecom-plnintB Howlppis? cedented. v "1 take pleasure In commending Mr. Cooper and his very ex- cellent preparation." Tanlac, the prepnratjon refer-e- d to, is now 6old in Clay City by Eaton & McOuire nnd in Stanton only by Ilardwick & Cri's. . For fine Watch and Clock REPAIRING or any work in my line, I will be glad to have you call on me S. V. LARIS0N Kentucky Clay City, The Pine Forest IIow it clears the throat and head of its mucous ailments. It is this spirit of Newness and Vigor Piney Forfrom the health-givin- g ests brought bnck by Dr. Bell's Antiseptic and All healing. Buy a bottle Druggists, 25c, No Use to Try and Wear Out Your Cold It Will Wear You Out 1 Pinc-Tar-IIonc- y. to-da- y. time-droppe- -- Instead. - ' k , , - John Deere No. 999 Planter "OBLIQUE SELECTION" is the name given this perfec seed dropping device which repeated tots show is as far ahead of the old edge drop as the edge drop vwh ahead of Units name "Oblique Selection" lr nn Mie .ir 'h it the mv round hole plate. the hopper bottom and the openings to the seed cells are oblique or sloping wi'li the old edge drop the kernels had to be npped on edge before they could enter the cells a nil. The WMj'it. of r.'i rn to t!r h ipo" interfered with this action cinsi quenl U cut ill n the nc curacy. By doinsr away with the necessity for tipping the kernels over into .1 narrow, vertical seed channel and having in its'place the gradual sloping walls, the weiirht if the corn, or gravity, helps instead of himb nls the movement of the corn enteriui: tin1 cell of the seed place. Each cell tl.eretorp fillx more readih With, the new John Deere Oblique Selection, the seed is handled in nmre natural and Minnie manner. It has been the culled "NATURAL" DROP because the kernel of corn us they lie on the bottom of tho hopper naturally move toward and slide into thece'l. In other words, with this drop the woiixht of the corn is turned to advantage. The shrewdest corn growers Nothiutr will ever fake the place of accuracy in acorn planter have realized this for some time and the demand for enru planters that will oenionstrate their uccurncy in drop has steadily increased. Do not buy any corn planter without testidg its drop for accuracy. ENCLOSED GEARS' VARIABLE DROP It-tak- $ ing-'justic- e. Wo are authorized to announce A. T. STEWART as a candidate for the Rcnublienn nomination for Representative for McOhcsney, which would surely tins district, subject to tho acdecide the whisky question in tion of tho Republican primary, the state. In the event of such n August 7, 1915. race there would be no question Wc arc authorized to announco hut that McChcsuey would carry ALBERT EASTER county, for the simple reathis son that local option, as wo have as a candidate for the Democratic Representative it here, is anything but satibfuo nomination for Subject to the for acthis district. tory to the general public, and tion of the Democratic primary, National or Statewide prohibi- August 7, 1915. tion uotild be welcomed by u We are authorized to nijnounce large percentage of the voters.' K. B. McGLONE The withdrawal of II. II, Cherry from the race for the Democratic nomination for Gov. ernor, has cleared the air a littl: in that race,, and a large number of his supporters will turn over to McOhesnpy. It is quite prob. able from present indications that one or two more will drop out, and in thp end it may come to a race between Stanley and Wc are authorized to announce B. P. IIATTON as n candidate for tho Republican nomination for Representative from this district, subject tQ the action of the Republican primary, August 7, 1915. Tiiis planter has a variable drop, consisting of gears constantly niu imcu or iuui ...,. t iwn.t--i- 1. i b can j-...1 uv jjimucu . .. . tubal), and with this device i r. : us ucsircu, uy uicreiy Binning inu 1001 tuvi-r- , 111 : i 1 .1.. 1. Practically all other Variable Drop planters are only SEMI VARIABLE i.e., thuy vary the number of kernels of grain in hilling, but do put vary tho distances iu diilling. This is a.FULL VARIABLE DOP pbinter, both for HILLING and DRILLING, nj it also varies the distance iu drilling as well, giving a greuler varity of distances than the ordinary planter and without the use of extra sprockets and plates. cells. Therefore, wo no the mime All corn plates on the No, 099 Planter have drilling di3tance5,with this plate us cap be obtained on other planters with ,t he 8, 12 and 10 cell plates withuut change of plates. . , planter that is nciontiliualiy and iiie(:hanically(tcori;e.c,t, that will drill When yjjiuwnnt or checkU'orn accurately, be sure you conio in and investigate thoune,rilsofnthu 11 if ' JOHN DEERE 099 Grubbs OR. AND Benton WINCHESTER, "TV 3 Sg cainlidAtefor the leptiblic.in We have called attention, uuprcfeuiutiva to the prospegt for nomination tor Siihicct, vurloiii. tjines, for Ibis district. to tin a splendid .market for horses action. of the Republican primduring the next few years, anil ary, August 7, 1915. at as n MAKBROADWAY 1 KY. The Place to Buy Your Goods The place to buy your goods is i wmm I! ALADDIN MA.WUC LAMP Sr winiiii Ix(N'iiK'rKsr l.xMi'or tub Woi.i n than Kleeiric, it Trtfi" tin' Light. (it Half the Oil, Mo-- I t Hums I A. large crowd from here attend ed county court at Stanton Mon- . Uses I.o?s than Old St J le . I.-- where you get the best value for your money. day. Most Keliahle. M.i-- t Ditnilili'. flic Hoard of Trustees held t heir regular monthly meeting Saturday night, transacting only the ordinary routine 1mIno-s- , no matters of importance coming before them, The school cum.s of Clay City, which Ims just been completed by J. T. Duncan, shows I hut there are 212 children of school age in our town. Only S adult illiterates were found, their ages ranging from 2'J to oU. 13ro. T. in pm will preach at Powell's Vailey Church, the ."ith Saturday unit .Sunday of this mouth.' Hni. Tiirjiiu wi.s toriner-lpastor of" thin church, and ti large crowd is sure to attend and heur htm. .1 1 Whitest lap )i Simple. M it Practical. i Mnt atNfaet-iry- . Ni Mim Kllli'it'iit, NnOibir, Kb jj Clean, ( iiniraiilei'd I'ateuted. Ilrlghi'itt Light, t C. P. McINTOSH, Distributor, riny nij k Try - This - Store - For - Value :Offl j A (PR A M MIT' null. i tiiri't- - ( is work: SOFT DRINKS KY. Henpy WALTERSVILLE, Waldpon KENTUCKY AND OTHER BE A TTYVILL i, isssEEar-r- r STANTON t COLLEGE, KY. TTfkM'Wn STOP LOOK STANTON, "" "Til"" and consider the quality of our goods fore you buy be- and Leonard Mize, sons of J. H . Mize, of Vaughn's Mill, paid a pleas-ancall on The 'lines last week on their way back to Ohio, alter attending tlie wed-- j .les.-r- s. c 1 Students Admitted at - any - Time. One of the Best Schools in Kentucky. Courses in Agriculture and Domestic Science. Review Classes in the Common Branches the Term. xvill over our well-assort- stock and sz:z qual- what you need, having in mind both ity and price. ding of thtir filter, .Wize, to Air. George if Akron, Oliio. Mi Fniiiue U. U iseiuan, .MiMHiay be Conducted throughout After that the rain Miiulay and LISTEN to what hundreds of our satisfied cus- tomers are saying about the way we treat them. nights did an immense aniiiunt ot mind to the crops throughout, tlie eoliuty, and put the tanners in a better shape, as, owing to the pro longed dry spell, tlie tiiuim in many places could not be worked to advantage ing the Mr. (J. , M. .Madison, representivtlrtUCkV liur.il Credit several dux a here rttWKiSYi'lM B. iv;ipart lives a the Dormitory of their Expenses in Work, Students may get as low as $15o per Week. For Information Write to R C. Hanley, President, Stanton, Ky. Then if you use your own judgement we will have you for a regular customer. Our prices are low and the quality of our goods high. GIVE US A TRIAL Farmers' Union Supply Store i'Y'iik Keiuinn, Mjir. Stanton l It in liniliii" the tanners verv tavorabie ti. the proposition!, put forth by tlie An and a uumiier tiom Hit;m it. county have secured last week vvH.ik ' jJCjSnt f IRE FENCE. CI Owpi ' For Good Uarbering try A. I'. JOHNSON In the old stand, next to tlie Red River Hotel. A few weeks ago ve published would some xer.--i s entitled heaven lie in me without my Papa there?" ni.d have ree. ived a timber of enquires i to the author. .Mr- -. .Minnie Faulkner, ol Slade, wrote the verste, and Ims given us peiinioion in make her '' hese verses atname public. tracted a t of attention, und were very crediubli, indeed, for an amateur poet. Mrs. Faulkner is a staunch member of the Woman's - and TinOiHY SEED. BRAN OATS OUR I'RICUS ARli ALWAYS RIOH f. RD MEAL Wagons Bid rd rfBBQCSJST 2 Tut tie, Ti WISCHESTER, hE.TVCKY. "" THE PROVEij PAINT Just dipping a brush into a cr.n of Hanna's Green Seal Paint proves its quality. The very feel of it telb you its good paint. Miss lVarl Smctlicrs was tho best Hooker for last mouth ami wears the Hold wateb. Who xvill win the next? The next will be given to the individual, in accordance with the rules iiiinoiiiii'ed.not having won one who deposits the most liooster Coupons from the count of Monday, May 3rd, lo the count of .Monday, May 31st. of wnnb In the Are you getting nil your friends to hand in a xvord contest'.' If you do, you can easily gut 6,000 coupons free, The wont contcj-- t clones Saturday niglit, May Sfl.J li-t Ohrstian Temperance Union at Xuda, and has done much for the came of piohibitiuu hi this county. Some peoplo may believe thb i slorv, but we don't Fiank came into the Times olllee a few days ago xvith a long face and the story of a hatch of chickens, lie claims that Mrs Oa'at Staples, ufC'he Darlingsville neighborhood, hatched fifteen chickens from four teen eegs. onjj egi; having been living nd two chickens being hatched from it This story may bu true, and if Mis. Staples Miys so. xv'o will believe it, hut Frank will have to get some good ulibi before xvo take it in. Ken-noldoiible-yolke- r :ff y be given the To the winner of Mumc next Saturday by Mrs. Mctitiire. It xvill fj-pic- Dinner set.J nanus's gives a beautiful, durable finish that shuts out decay and ugliness,- - and it WEARS. Specified by Master-Painter- s years. for twenty-fiv- e Forty-nin- e tints and shades. PATRONS CLUB SALE Next Saturday, in Which many thousands of cou- pons will be given away. Mrs. J. W.Williams, Ut (TUB B0OSTKU STOKE) WHEN YOU WANT A SHAVE OR HAIR OUT np A MV " For Sale by EAON H. H. & MoGUHE. GO.. Cay City. PBRIGO. LYLE & Stanton. v. If you want ipiiek niul real re- Lexington & Eastern ltullunj- Com- $100,000 lief from Rheumatism, do what so, Capi al Stock ninny thousand other 'people are; Rastliouiid. Surplus and Undivided Westbound. $200,000 doinn wlienever an nttnek comes Profits on, bathe the sore muscle or joint No. . No. 4. Dally X. Holly Wifherspoon, President. with Sloan's Liniment. No need Dally. Cashier. to rub it in just apply the Lini- 7:05 A..M. V. If. Sphnr 2:50 P.M. Lexington ment to the surface. It is wonder. 7:!fi A.M.j ' Winchester j 1:45 P.M. t :30 P.M. June. Yont ACCorxT solicited. fully penetrating. It goes right S :15 A.M. to the scat of trouble and draws A.M. 1:00 P.M. Clay City the pnin almost immediately. Get 9:27 A.M. Camp. Jnnct. 12:22P.M a bottle of Sloan's Liniment for 10: IS A.M. 111 :19 A.M. Moloney 'Jackson 10:20 A.M, 25 c of nny druggist and have it 11:20 A.M., ilatldlx 9:48 A.M. against Colds, Sore 12:02 P..M. in the house 8:0GA.M. Hazard and Swollen Joints, Lumbago, 1:44 l'.M.I ' j 3:35 I..M. Whltosburg :20 A.M. Sciatica and like ailments. Your j 5:40 A.M. Mcliobcrts money back if not satisfied, hut 4:1SP.M. No. 3. No. 2. it does give almost instant relief. ' THE WINCHESTER BANK, of Winchester, Ky. Are You Rhcumatic7 Try Sloans' Hagan & Walters, WINCHESTER, KY. We arc Prepared to do j All kinds of Machine Work Both heavy and light. Also weld broken castings or any racial that will melt, and make them as good as new. : I.'E. I Smoke Stacks made to Order. ALL WORK OUARANTEED : I Give Us a Trial and See How Quick We Do The Work. j C Dally. IVtfv SAMBO'S COMPLAINT P.M.l 2:37 P.M.! 2:53 P.M.j l:lf 3:2S P.M.! 4:12 P.M. Lexington Winchester Ii. & E. June. Clay City Camp, June. Maloncy - S j :50 A.M. 8:00 A.M. 7:37 A.M. 7:00A.M G: 19 A.M. Always onsi aer l Where to Eat in Winchester and They will tell you. TONES RESTAURANT Cor Main & Washington. w0WELL & 5:00 P.M.j j (5:00 P.M.j 0:13 P.M.I Jackson Quicksand No. Dally. ti C, . J .iU A..M. JACKSON Writers of all Kinds ot Fire. Life. Tcrnath. Lightning and Hiil Insur'We are also agents for the ance MM ? my C " pany and are pre-pill a npnrral Bonding busiar :47 A.M.; S:4S A.M.j 10:43 A.M.j' 11 :30 A.M. t Jackson Haddlx Hazard Whltesburg McRoberts j j j 5:33 A.M. 4:45 A.M. 4:31A.M. " No. 0. Daily 5:45 P.M. 5:45A.M 3:2C P.M. 1:27 P.M. jl2:43P.M. W. A. miSSELU P. T. M.. T f Vi&or Bogaert Co., t t" f t The Hallmark Store, t ? 133-13- t T QUALITv when buying Silverware. ? For QUai.ITV anJ Diflindion of Design, our Silverware Unrivalled. When in Lexington be sure to call on us. f 5 W. Main St., LEXINGTON, KY. t I Louisville S:imbo (stretching himself out nsi wife doc.-- the washing) Who yo' cnllin' mi idler? Ah'm busy all night iryin' t' git asleep, an' Ah'm busy all day tryin' t' keep awake! HORSE BREEDING. ness 'tr-VF- ' JACKSON ii Sa P ii Lin ille Jackson in i. rt Huis Kentucky $20 INCREASE PER ACRE ON LAN ADJOINING ROADS BUILT UNDER NEW STATE AID LAW inaugurated as will make It easy to raise money to carry on thuso gr?at works of public Improvement, without laying too heavy n bunion upon iie tai payers, many of whom aro now l:ca:lng their fair share, and so- - otimes more than their share, liin State's revenues are not sufficient jy nearly a million dollars a year to meet -. J Winchester The enormous number of horses to This State Aid Law for Building Good Roads Promises To Be the in this country for war Greatest B'esshg Ever Droug' t To Kent- - "ky Land Owners, needs in Europe should encouragu If the Burden of the Taxes is Not Thrown Upon Them farmers and others to raise them Through Unwise Legislation. Real Estate and Insurance. Military experts tiro Sell Farm and City more freely. aJYe.4liuy and being strongly impressed with the Pffifpcrty of all kinds. ' We have some value of the horse. It seems likely niee t'nims in Clark and adjoining that cavalry forces all over the world I'om.th lor sale or rent. Write us will be permanently strengthened. Home conditions arc also looking what v"U want. well for the breeder. A few years all kinds of Insurance. write ago predictions wero common of a TRACY AND ST0KELY. 'horseless age" soon to eome. Events .Newcastle Office, Main Street, Winchester, Ky. have falsified them. be bought n utokelT t le STRAWBERRY PLANTS Fruit and Shade Trees, and our offering- of the remark- able Mamouth Pearl Seed Potato. Send for our free - fee ' j T.ie nw and greater Kentucky, cs a remit, of wise IreblA'Ion, rorcu, poor school ami worse a.hool houses. Which do you preltr? catalogue. H. F. Hillenmeyer Lexington, No Agents Sons. Ky. & . ,0! the Lamp Oil that saves Eyes Nntlilne 1 moro Important in the homo man rlf ir.MeudylU'ht. Iiiiiro thU by Kcitlnc tlio oil tli.it I'Urr.s r without clenr au'l (Inwu to the Ut Oroo I'. Dtisylvunla An incrcufo of ist lenst fOan acre on the vtiliso ot all lands adjoining roails l.tillt iindei1 tho new State Aid Law U stimnti!d by expert calculators who have none Into the .subject very thoroughly. The building of thuso public highways will also Increase all other lands in proportion In every county and dis ( lJSi8PR against the old Kentucky, with unwise legislation, o g I I haud-Iii-han- d gr-itl- high taxes, bail CLEANING I AND PRESSING. am ready to do your CleanGood work ing and Pressing. guaranteed and charges reasonable. Orders left with J. Bloom will receive prompt attention. JAMES WILLIAMS. crude on reunm tc i,ric,i'iu Ovts no ino'e thtn tho Inferior tiukwueiiiioil naves HOSiBYMvea WOIIK saves eyes. Y"tir dfulr hns POLITE Oil. in bsrrrU direct hum our works. Chas. C. Stoll Oil Co. Lexington, Ky. We sU tbocsIcbratel "'oCarb" Auto Oil. Hennery lit YVsrrcn, 10. Chas. A. Carrithers, Jeweler and Optician, Uraduste ol Blifln In Blank deeds for sale at The Times office, 5 cents each. Watch and Clock REPAIRING. Prompt Attention tilven to Hall Duslners, WHITE MAN WITH LIVER. BLACK j WINCHESTER KENTUCKY DRINK RgwKpla "MORE THAN WET" The Liver is a blood luiriilcv. It wiis thought nt one time it was the Kcut o the passions. The trouble with most people is that' their Liver becomes black because of impurities in the blood due to bad physical stntcs, eausint; Bil-- , iousness, Headache, Dizziness nnd Constipation. .Dr. .Kind's Nowi und.Kive y,ou now life. 25c. trict. This most notable forward step will prove tho greatest blessing that has ever conio to the land owners of Kentucky. It Is tho intent of this law that all taxable property shall bear its proportionate burden .of taxation for this State Fund for road building. It was pot intended that the land ownor, though possibly receiving tho greatest benefit, should bear tho great-us- t part of tho tax burden. Such great Hources of revenue us our railroad properties, distilleries, financial institutions and manufacturing enterprises will bear their just part, as well as nil other taxablo property. The throttling or crippling of any of these great resources by hostile legislation must lay n heavier burden upon tho land owners uud other tax payers. More than 100 counties have already levied a tax upon themselves in order t,o take advantage ot this State Aid Fund fur the building of Good Itoads In their respective tactions. This year alone the fund amounts to, $658,220. This tstim will bo Increased by levies In these counties that the sum expended will probably exceed two million dollars. It Is estimated that ut least G.000 miles ot good roadu will be completed under this new State Aid Law within the next 15 years, costing when completed approximately thirty millions of dollars. It Is also estimated that the expenditure of the two million dollars this year will Increase the value of property to Jlie extent of at !eust twenty-llvmillions of dollars the expenses of government, Those in the counties where these roads are expenses have to bo mot out of tin built. taxes paid on tho property of oar This is a splpndld beginning. What citizens. Any legislation that would tend to n difference thlb Will maUo to tho land owners, tho farmers and nil others cripple or render less valuable any of who make iieo of county roads, wheth the great industries ot the er Tor business or pleasure. There !' State, will necessarily transfer tho, . tlw. ... I. .... . mnnv (Inn fnrma In l?an f nl v ll !irn or more miles from the railroad that homo owner. are not worth half as much us if they j It Is time for every tax payer to tie- were near a railroad station, for the ' in and Hint his Representative in the reason that It is too far to haul farm Legislature consider theso facts. It Is products to market over the tlmo for them to call a halt to tlm dirt roads, which are practically destruction, or threatened destruction, impassable for nearly half of the year. by hostllo legislation, of property inWhat a difference, though, when terests in tho State from which wo these samo farms shall have been con- derive our greatest revenues. nected with the railroad or the marIn other words, Industries nnd enket with a good State road ovor terprises that pay tho largest taxes which It Is easy to drlvo and haul as nnd make possible tho great benoflts compared with the old roads. To haul to bo derived from good roads, good a largo load over u good road, oven schools, and Improvements In aglcrul-ture- , twenty miles, is easier and , quicker must not bo destroyed or driven than to hai'l It over five miles ot the from the State. old time winter mud road. Theso Good roads bring the country folk good roads, therefore, will bring tho and city folk Into closer contact-me- ans dUtant farm nearer to the market a broader guuged, y to tho profits of the attitude toward public matters, toward and ndd products of tho farm, public good. May our legislators end I'nder the supervision of competent, every citizen of the CommonweaUh stato and county road engineers, coun- .look forward to, plan nnd work togethty seats and the most populous sections er for a groater Kentucky; to conserve of tho Stato will bo connected by Im- every sourco of revenue for meeting proved public highways, bringing the the State'H obligations, keeping It out church, school and market uoaror the of debt: lowering tho burden of taxadoor of every family. Tlion will como tion; placing it whoro it belongs and a new era. of prosperity in Kentucky. not throw tho burden of the land own-e- r With tho markots thus of ready acnor nny other one class. May this cess, tho farmer can market his prod- new dawn of a greater Kentucky foructs of r.'l kinds to better advantago ever put a stop to uny movement that In every way do it In less tlmo, with would tend to crlpplo or destroy any , jnoro ease, less cost and greater profit of our great industries, Good Itoads or no good roads, wo than ever heretofore I While good roads lire more neces- can never movo forward and take our sary and of more economic importance place in the galaxy of great State's than possibly any other cvlo Improve- around and about us in progressiva ment to which the people of the State neM, education, wealth uifd Industry, can turn their attention, there are until we have beco'mo constructive other Important things to be dope. rather than destructive in our Such wholesome lax reforms must be at I Now For a Greater Kentucky, Better Roads, Better Schools and Lower Taxes 'X. fe' Is not killed by the science, of medicine- - It will continue Its destrucoihmI upon mankind. There In no tive course. For there is no other health In alcohol. On the contrary, It Hercules to dispatch It. After repented nppeitls from the in mi iigcnt of physical and mural III (D (CoiiTinucd'fioiii First Pago) alcohol V?; - "'V ? health. Whom s(iialor, immorality, nnd hi'Htlullty, poverty exists, there nloo- hol nnd. oilier dnij hnvo sway. Insanity nnd crime trail after lilcohob and In its waku conic III health nnd disease. A high authority unyn, per cent of jiisnnlty I duo to syphilis; ten percent In due to acci-den- t; forty per Jcent Is heredity, nnd twenty-liv- e per cent Is due to alcohol. AVJiethor or not these figures nro accurate docs not hero greatly nintter, for certain it Is, alcohol is potent in the causation of crime, in the causation of Alpoverty nnd of fccblo inindi-dncss- . coholism brings sickness, and sickness induces alcoholism. Fanners are great buyers of- - patent medicines. Farmers who take these quack remedies gen- ' erally hnvo dyspepsia. Tho dyspepsia comes from bad food nnd bad cooking, and rotten teeth preventing proper mastiflcation. When dyspepsia tho cordial invitation extended to it, nnd arrives with both feet, the victim rushes to patent medicine and finds fatuous relief in tho nlcohol they" contnin. Then diseases appear for on top of the dyspepsia climbs alcoholism, and on this rides many kinds of diseases. Alcohol is clearly omiosed to the public, health, for it hurts any ani-ln'organization into which it is taken. It is not a food, not, firstly, d not secondly, not thirdly, ll is in no manner aids digestion. It in no degree, furthers the good of the body. On the contrary, as said, it hurts. It always hurts. Its ue as a b verage, not only personal health, butv also the nnd moral health, and "put)lic;physii-M- l also the public evonomio health. ' livery saloon is n public dope shop, not (i second in evil to tho opium joint. ol is truly a dope. For every revenue derived from alcoholic boveridges two dollars of public cost for crime, insanity; and delinquent-- , is ttven-ty-fivc-ts nl node-gi.-eunop-p.s- os Al-Cdol-lar-- endured. Now, what is the duty and work of muuicni science in rearu to alcohol? M re than two liundreo and sixty years ngefthe great, phi losophcrr ever tho human race is rui-eto its highest pra tioi i level, twill,, morally and physically, will perform 'x th- - soienco of medicine u phj-- si tli bervice." Uescurt wus that he uus tan, and gcholar.-Migrethe most original mind of this latter that he more than any other thinker has- - moulded and directed 'modern scientUio and speculative thought Accepting this dictum, I ask again what Is the duty and work of medical science to alcohol) From our promise it is nccc'ptcd that alcohol should be absolutely condemned as a bevor. g',and used sparingly, even reluctantly as a medicine. It is plain that tho doctor, as a representative of medical science, has n fearful duty to perfoiin. l.el the doctor then be up and doing. Let every doctor lift where he stands.' Let him not dare to shirk his duly, if in-tf- io n-- t medical nnd surgical stnIT of n great manufacturing company the controlling powers posted this notice, ' Work-nic- n frequenting drinking places, coining to or going from work, will bo replaced by non 'drinking men ns rapidly as tiosslblo." Thlsnotlco In the Amer ican Car and Foundry Oompnny plant' nt Berwick, Pa., has resulted in a marked decreaso In .accidents nmong five thousand inon employed there. The actual decrenso being 31 per cent. Thcro has also been a mnrked decrease in Sickness nnd (disease among the men nnd their families, nnd the savi.ig bank deposits hnvo Increased $80,000 in one year. After considering the teachings of medicine in regard to alcohol nnd doubtles s considering their own observation the high mil tiry au thorlties of nil tho grent nations now at wnr hnve' forbidden tho drinking of nlcoholic liquors by their soldiers, declaring this Is done in the interest of health nnd efllclcncy. It has been suggested by tho editor of a great magazine that, possibly the now raging liuropean war is in some degrco n war against intemperance,, After all (he argues) our development is directed bj a force or forces not ultimately under our control and. higher and nway from our desires and efforts." IIow wonderful, how passing strnngo it would bo if the perspective of time would disclose that a war has resulted in making man more obedient ti. the laws of his will being, of bringing him into closer harmony with his environments. As a thorn in the ile.-- deprives out of peace and happiness and unless will bring death, so will the thorn called nlconol which now much flesh, souls, pence iu,d happiness among mankind, briug more decay and linal death unless it is removed Richard Harding Davis in n very recent newspaper article commenting upon the troops of the Allies,. compares tho physical condition of the Turcos witli that of the whites. Ho says that they aro a magnificent specimen of physical manhood; their bodiu with the flnett seem to bo , their of steel. They do not get endurance is twice that of tho European soldier. They huvo nut poisone i th ir nod cells with meat and alcohol "Mj life experiences have forceii up. n me the conviction that alcohol s a greater enemy to mankind than any other drug, and wo suffer iwnlculal y from its poison, not that wo cannot get from under it, but because wo will not. However, I would be a rank pes simist and unworthy, if I did m it lit lieve sufficiently in mnukind to stn nj, ly hope that tho time is mt far distant when we will know tho unreason of ni-hol and then put it away. In con elusion permit me to quoto a remark able indictment ngninut tho alcoholic Frank trulllc uttered by Ho said: Untily of Indiana ''1 bear no malice towaids those en- irnucd in thu business, but I hate tho U sh-k- 'tiARBWICK JtWO. Oupring to call' and) see them. & 00. We invite you honest merchan-dise and SUMMER GOODS and Summer goods are now in stock. We handle new, e up-to-dat- e, at honest prices--th- goods, qunlity and prices that will bring you back to ot'r store when again in need of something. Our aim is to keep, as nearly as possible, everything the people want, but if wc haven't $1 it we will get' r you. It will pay you to see what we have when in the market for DryGoods, Notions, Millinery, Womens' and Mens' Furnishing goods, clothing, hats, shoes, underwear, hosiery, furniture, wall paper, mattings, linoleums, oil carpets, rugs, mattresses, bed springs, cots, beds, trunks, suit cases, hand bags, wood, coal and oil stoves, sewing machines, harness, saddles hard- ware queenswafe seeds buggies wagon pa ncs oils varnishes farm implements w care i !e agents for the following lines: Bos- Hait Schtifner & Marx mens' clothing; Queen Quality and ton ,'avorite shoes for women; Walk-ove- r shoes for men; Astor brand mens hats; Arrow Brand mens' shirts and collars; Pictoral v'' v . Review patterns and Bain wagons. We have also a nice line of ' Stetson ha's in b .th staples and young mens. '. 'f THERE'S A REASON these li les. for the great popularity of Try them and y u will Ieam the reason. make the mistake of paywill order you one on it. If it suits HOW ABOUT A PI'XNO? Don't ing some agent a big profit on one. We 30 days trial, and if not aatisfaetory will return you we save you a sum worth while on it. Cn but ent if the suiface all wagons look alike you could size them up before it would the paint goes on stcty-yo- u'd be a differ- pick the BAIN, flawless oak and rough, even-graine- hickcry go into every Bain wagon put cut. When in the market for a wagon v3 j call and see us. Wc buy the BAIN in car lots and can save you money. mm mm a n a wrm m jm l m .ri', ' "I want to tell you what wonderful benefit ceived from the use of Thedford's Black-Draught," 1 have re- -, writes Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky. "It certainly has no equal for la grippe, bad colds, liver and stomach troubles. I firmly believe saved my little girl's life. When she had the 'measles, they went in qn her, but one good dose of Thedford's made them break out, and she has had no more trouble. I shall never be without Black-Draug- ht Black-Draug- ht STANTON KY. OL o o liutc It" uyory phaao. 1 liato . J- - huto it for Its Ack-Draug- HT I h.ito ItJiir jti hypneney. urroKuu.-I Imtu it for Its cantuml cmft nml 1 luittt it fur it In my home." For constipation, indigestion, headache, dtezi- - jjj faUc pretenses I hK' it' for Its givcd mill ness, malaria, chills and fever, biliousness, and all similar JgJ nvnricfi. I hiil" it for Its oi(lid lovo uf b'ulu Ul, tiny price Muito It fur 1U has proved Itself a safe, ailmcjils, Thedford's Black-Draug- ht I hiito it ror lu ilomlnatjun in p illtlc reliable, gentle' and valuable remedy. corruptintj influence Ih cjvlo uflulrs. 1 ' If you suffer from any of these complaints, try Black Imtv ffoi- - lit! incciiyiDi V'il'urU to tho, country; for Seventy-fiv- e Draught. It is a medicine of known merit. (lit) w'pIiHil it mukc yj; juthyu men. I years of splendid success proves Its value. Good for liate Ifftfrit utU'tjirsriynrilof hnv.J vouiui and old. For sale everywhere. Price 25 cents, lnj iX'fpr iti- riUhlyrui!)pliuK of tho trafllc. it for ll I intoii-iiini'o- $ - (oK'inn 'couipacln )PsTiito ' coiistltu- - 'V " planted in tho hourls of men for its lions. I Imtu U fur tho loml tt hti-ato tho hiborcrs hack; for thu piilsled polMin for its bltternut!). fur the den Imiicls it Kivos to toil ; for Its wouiuU to mui fruit with h!uh it tarvt h the bonl I jjoulus; fur the tmncilios or its nilKht-hnv- o I ui to It for tho K'lcf it euii.es I,, wo. Ik'oiih. I hatu It for the huniiin iimnliood tho scalding lea. tlt U hus cnuseil. I luite It for tin- hipu's ileTerind, tho (.tranj,'!cd Nsplm-tlun- s, Wivi-UItH liurdon of caro. 1 hate It for nitus houses it piioploH ; for tho prisons Tor Its lioitrtles oruolty to the aj;ed, the It litis; for tho Insnnlty it lionets: iiiflnu iintl the helpless, for thu hhudt u 1(8 countless urnves. in potter's ileitis intuitu! ruin It Imposes it tluous ii)ii tho lives of eliiJjlien I halo it for tho upon its' viotlins; for its spiritual for Its monstrous Tinjitic.. to hldim II, ll.. .Niuq. . IIIIIL1 l JII ... I...... j lrtU'' blight ; for its in.mil iK'Ki'iulutliin. I iuis compili-ltd- . jhutUH vlcu, as truth Imjos: urrwr, as iliuto It for llio crlniou It liuto It for tho hoina It !ms tie- - rijlitimisuius hatcu Kin. ns itlee I hatu It fortlio honrts it hits jiulos urongas llhyrty liaios tjt'r'niiu . stryyed ' brokoti. 1 haU it for tho inallco It hus ait fiytdotJi, lmt0d,0iiprt-eionf- ; 1 i ... 1 I KENTU CKY RURAL CREDIT DIRLcTORS I . DIRECTORS JAMES B .McOREAKY, Franklort, Ky. Governor f Kentucky. Association Gov. A Co-Operati- J. M. LASTING, Ex-Judg- e Banker and Newport, Ky. Court of Appeals. 0. II. BERRYMAN, Lexington, Ky. Manager Haggm Elmondorf Stock Farm. James B. McCreai y, President JO. Lexington. Ky. Farmer and Live Stock Breeder . Organizationfor the Farmers of Kentucky ' FORREST BUTTS, Uiirrollton, Ky. J. L. W ATKINS, Lexington, Ky. Banker ami Merchant. MORGAN 0. HUGD.ES, Bowling Green,' Ky. Bunker and Farmer. Money At Remember--Th- e Per Cent any time by Farmer and Coal Operator. THOS. J. B1GSTAFF, Mt. Sterling, Ky. Farmer ilnd Breedeiv -- TO FARMERS ON jo 20 30 AND 50 YEARS TIME borrower will have the privilege of paying off the mortgage giving 60 days notice. -' J. L. ZARING, Shelbyville, Ky. Banker and Farmer. WILLIAM n. GILTNER, Eminence, Ky. Farmer nud Live Stock Breeder. l. M. WITT. Newport, Ky., President of the Oentral Savings Bank & Trust (Jo. Those inc rested should see C IVL Madison at Stanton before Membership is limited and will be closed this week in Powell county. EOBERT'H. SCOTT, Paducah, Ky. State Senator. L. L. DORSEY, Anchorage, Ky. Farmer and Livo Stock Breeder. GEORGE D. HOPKINS, Attorney. JOHN W. VREELAND, Louisville, Ky. I Saturday noon. Publisher of the Farmers Home Journal. it practically raised the quarantine from the State, - STANTON. Health Promotes '"Happiness. the Brodhead.Garrett mill found 8 feet Continued from FirstPagc) a pike measuring about Without health, genuine joy ".is in length, when on the way to Miss Mary Lyle, the attractive work. How the dynamiters hap- impossible ; wlth'oiit . good diges- pened tt) "overlook tins big one, d accomplished daughter of -is a mystery, but4t certninly.was 'you cannot haWfrealth. Why ''"Slip. Kate and who has a a fine oee. position at- stenographer in tfio neglect keeping bqwcls open-an- d A. T. Whitt and T. J. McGuire Born, to the wife of Walter will attend a meeting of the don't have to. Take one small Dr Irvine. Ky.,' was at homo, with 'Royal Arch at Jaqkson tonight, Potts, a fine boy. mother- and family for a few and will assist in putting feomo of King's New Life PiUsafc night, in Vr returned to her duties the morning you will. have a full, !)' Mrs. Geneva Ham bright, of the degree work ou. Uyirie Tuesday. We all like to free bowel movement and feel Birmingham, Ala., who has been ailir unn'e "ome. much better. Helpsyour. appe- visiting her sister, Mrs. W. T. one to- - i Wo jlre hu, t0 noto that tm. anct digestion, lry tite Adams, for the past few weeks, mgnt' ; wife and soil of Mr. MitBenniug roturnod o her home thss week. ','livld-o- f Rossi n are improving Dr. and Mrs. C. B. Dickson, of NOTICE! . .M. Beniiiugfield is one of our ' Ashland, were bee a few days and most progressive farm- of Having decided to my loca- best last week. Mr. Dickson will reBourbon Poultry Cure tion in the near future I will )ffer " 'aB hiB large crop now down a chlck'i tbroat ciirr turn again shortly to attend " in tha ground. capes. A few drop in tbo drink special. prices for the next 30.day8; ing water cures sod prevent some of his potients here. T.nnlr nvof t.lm fnllmvintv nrlnna finfl diarrhoea, cholera and other ms m Mr. and Mrs. Jus. French of Levee, vjslted Mrs, JitcksonSun-- . , e, - - Renorta have;reaclie(Urt:ltiVe8, and friends here of the birth 'Ot-a tine boy in the home of Mr. and-- , Mr. Lee Jackson of Louisville. Mrs. Lucy Jackson is Ytsitiiig " her Brother, "J. B.'J)onald8on, of' Owingsville, this week. y -- " m -- -- The 'women of the Christian Church are forever trying and doing something. The latest (is to put a new coat pf paper oil tho church. The writer thinks that these women here havo the "gose" on all he has ever 6enn maltci 12 gallons of medicine. Early Thursday morning two all dru relit or by mall poa tpa' Valuable poultry book tree. or three charges of dynamite lOCISOH lEDT CO., LETIOIOS, M. were placed in the river by 6onie Sold by the ono who wanted a mess of fish FARMERS UNION SUPPLY CO. without the trouble of catching Ky. Clay City, them, and one. of the men from A chick dUeanei. , One 50a bottV , m",: JeSSQ CrOWC wllO.lost llOUSC in any plce. They do things". . gftin vn.. rnn mnlcn? Men's Suits f3.48 to 7.98; Youths' and practically every thing in it Thoro were some right interest Suits $l.S to $3.48: MenVSlioos SM8 and nearly all of the family be- to $2.38; Ladies' Shoos ,;9to to. $1.03; jngjnpp .j8 now .moving in the nig doings in the County Court eo tho V We Atkinson ZJX. thatB.Mr. Orowe house. rebuildhope will or $t.S8; Ladies' Slippers 76c; Misses 'Slip- pers 68c; Ladies' Dresspa'ofAall kinds buy or will mako arrangements O80; Men's Work Shirts-TOc- f; Boys to stay here and not get it in his Shirts 22c. All other goods t corres-- j mjd.to move away. bo charged or sent out "on approval during tliis sale. BEN MURPHY, .Stanton, Ky. SUMMER SUITS If you r want class and style in your clothes you cannot afford to overlook sum-jne- J, D. Korr, member of the Board of Education from Snow Creek, was in town Tuesday. BLOOMFI ELD'S SPECIALS They sell at REASONABLE PRICES and they '0. L. Stewart, of Jackson, The high, wind whieh ..accom took dinuer with his brother and panied tho rain Sundaynig'lit blew sister Mr, and hra. A. T. Stewart down several trees throughbut tlie Friday county, and did otherjajinor dam Mrs. Mollio Crawford wife of Judge. Ollie Crawford, of Jackson jeturned hqme last week, from a No Use to Try and Ww Out Your visit to her parents, Mrnnd Mrs. Oold It Will Wear' You Out Ilardwiok. ' ' Instead. are WORTH THE MONEY. Come in and Look them over. Lee Bloomfield & Co. North Main St. v . .Winchester, Ky Mr, F. 'II. Blackburn, member of the Stnte Board of Agriculture tality unless. and State .Lilve Stock Sanitary stages. Dj'. King'riaw.Discovv Board, iin.8 just returned faom cry is what you nim-r-fpist: dose helps. Your liMHlkrs up. LouUvllle. While there Quuran. you breathe freely StofjMW!; :tU9 afder viNp. J12 ; wag '.jiassd, . ... 1. so much bettor. BHayiiWlc to wnicn.fav..soiiiiuc.H reiiei jp .uve stock owners land gJiinprs, that day and start taUinvTikTiu:u Thousands keep .enLsuffyritig, Coughs and Colds tliraiik'MeleCt and delay. Why make .yourself an easy prey to seriowi'ilKCitt8 and epidemics as the rjiiHTof a neglected cold J mfm and viColds, sap your E, JL McGlone, the hualling candidate for. tl)e nomiiiHtiop 'for Ropresontativo'oh thelKtpul)li- 'cau ticket, was in town calling on his friends Monday, Mouday when the question of tho new bridge at Hammnus Ford was called. We will not report all but it will sufllco to say. that tho Committee appointed by the Fiscal court reported the bidsof the dill'eront Companies and ac cepted too bid of an Indinna Concern for the sum of $2800. tho main body of the bridge is to bo 105 f, long with four concrete, abutments. We think that the. Fiscal Court of thisveounty is d(t ing all it can for good roads and bridges nud in doing so wo feel' that they will have the support aud the endorsement of every". progressive 'mid eurnest citizen'.?', Whether it is tho best' to- - gt'P around the hill or down tho valley, is a matter of opinion and may this new road or the remodUng' of the old one bo a monument t(T V the Fiscal Qtiurt of 101C ' . trttjiwlearjy chegkctftiM W During the storm Monday night. the house ocpupied by Rev. K. I. Ritchie was struck by lightiiini;; and some of the plaster wax torn. oil n d:i..i.:.. lyibHrMedbuniebjiijiirTesAare pot -- tiJ " 1 1' 1 . K .