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TfflttRSQAY, MAY J3, J9I5. STANTON. (By P. 0. Derthick.) NO. K A picture will be taken of the whole school if the weather permits. Pres. ENPK.AVOR PNOGItAM FOR SUNDAY MAY 10, 1915. R. H. Crossiield of Transylvania University will deliver the morning adMiss Elsie Johnson, of Middletown, dress. He has never spoken The following letter has beeti PivMon "A" in StanWe have, just? received from 0., came Thursday to visit her sister, ton nnd it will pay you to come nnd HughIMddell his liKADKit f Miss Carrie ( looy. Subject, received from Mrs. Cora Wilson Judge hear him. On Sunday afternoon and as candidate for the Miss Nora Johnson. Vliy I Pelicvo in (Shvistinn Endeavor Stewart, with the request for Democratic nomination- for Cir- J). It. Clark is having his houso night tho 0. W. B. M. will have charge llBAUiNd Lesson: 2 Timothy 1: publication : Why 1 believe in Christian Endeavor.. cuit Judge of the 28rd Judicial painted and papered on tho inside and of tho program. Mrs. J. C. Hanley, Snpt. Kate S. Bohannon, Rev. Distrcf, comprising the counties will also havo the outside painted. Mrs. GampboTl, Mrs. Paul Derthick, G. iinck worth j.i . Mrs. Mary Walden and silss Willie Matt5:13-lI.illic Adams J. 0. Hanley, and Dudley Cau-del- l, of Lee, Fstill- - Breathitt and Bob Stone is doing tho work. Boardman of Carlisle will give adActR&f-i2......- . Wolfe. JudgeJRiddoll is too well ... Stnuder Anderson of Stanton, and Miss Betsey Mrs. Kate Bohnnnan, Actsr2Q':&4 ... Claude Bowman Bowen, Bowen, and M. P. known throughout. this district to Superintendent, wishes County School dresses, and Rev. J. T. McGaryey, to announce Principal of Hazel Green Academy will need any .comment from us, as Shelby Burgher Rom. 12:1-- 2 Clny City,, have, been he has been recognized as one of that tho teachers examination for this give the Sundny night address. There misslon-nrie- s O'Atura, Why do our ministers and year will be held on the 21st and 22nd will be a basket dinner Sunday and owe their inspiration to Chris- appointed ns members of the the leading attorneys of Estill May at Stanton. will one and all come prepared to help rf number pfiyears, and is at of tian Kiidcavor A.M. Burgher Powell County Illiteracy Com- for . . . .Willie Ciemmons present Jadsejnf the 23rd DisI Cor 9:22-2- 4 Another disastrous Are was narrowly to mako this a day long to be rememmission to represent the State as bered. The people of Hatchers Creek, .. in which he has trict. The-.waI Cor ...Charley Dunean generals in the war against illit enforced the law daring his pre- averted Tuesday afternoon when the Morris Creek, Hatton Creek, Roadyn, I Cor 14:15 . .iVirgie Hackworth home of Henry Tipton caught fire. him a large Fire from the stove had fallen down Filson, Clay City and from far and I Cor 15:58.... ... .. Charlie Ilendrlx eracy in this county. The Ken sent lerm What Spiritual Influence has the tucky Illiteracy Commission has numbefof ffiends, and he will be upon the floor and in two minutes near are invited to help in this convenChristian Endeavor had on the mtlde.no mistake in commission a hard man to' beat in the pri- more would probably have been be- tion. We havo been told by our Btato Mrs. G. Hack worth ing these men nnd women to thiB mary. "His card will appear in yond control. Prompt work on the secretary that the Thirteenth District Church has the finest program of any district our regular 'announcement col part Of the men saved the house. What reason has tho Endeavor been in the State but we also have the poorresponsible for developing Bible important work. They receive umn next week. A. 'n. Stewart was in Winchester est attendance. Wo aro going to show reading ........ Mrs. A. M. Burgher no pa.Vj but they have the work Monday on business. The writer is in these speakers from abroad that Stan.. . Lyle Hazclrigg 67 statesmen and heroes in their Gal WOUT SPRING) debted to him for tho splendid news ton will draw a good crowd. The comJosephine Hazelrigg hands. Let every man, woman Eph 6:6-- 7 W&1lyrdjs visiting her moth- - he wrote up last week. mittees that have been appointed are 0612:6-6.- .. .. Roxie Akcrs and child rally to their support, Mrs. Tho Thirteenth District Sunday working like Trojans and everything PolltoSlimp er, Mrs. Hanks; I Tim 4:14-1- 6 ., from remove illiteracy is ready for the great convention. Tho School Convention How does Christian Endeavor train and J. T. Rupard, of Pilot- - View, was church will be held of the Christian editor leadership. ......... Powell county this year, and at Stanton from young people for of this paper would gludly pubWeek-lansold a nice nonv to here last Friday night till Sunday night of this lish tho program but he has already AdelIne Hazclrigg then be ready to help, wipe it out J.T.WrfgWi. Hclfl0:24-23- 4 week. One of the best programs that taken down tho typo after printing 500 ... . Simpson Ciemmons of some of the other .counties, if "Mr, and.. Mrs.ltobjt. Mcintosh, of has ever been prepared by the writer programs for tho writer. Let us mako Psa 110 :8. . . . . . . .v v . .Grant JFrazter they need help, before. 1020. near JrvinoJ-sp.Sunday withthe is to be grven. On Friday night Mrs. tin's convention one long to bo rememGive some reason why the Kudeayor former's faUier, Elder Geo. W. Mc Louise, twos. Campbcfi will give an bered. "If everybody Is Just like me, has lielpcd you... Julia White address on the "Value of Early train- what kind of a success will this conMens' 'Meeting. is one of ,tho finest women vention be." We cordially ask tho Dick Curtis ha t a.cow sudden ing.'1 The sinking of tho Cnnard speakers the writer has ever heard Jand Presbyterian people to help us to mako ly from eating it''fel cherry leaves or 11ieif Lul'itania littf.rnavoVbAcJ .After the regulnrservce.fiSun retttosrftuiiif - -lli?k.Y.iitt:?StliW it will pay one. and , all to come. Sho is this a great convention. They can get .. . r as much good from it- - as .n - ., 'j r .Ti.Tj;: ' ri ... German submarine maws in lay night at tlieLnsTifffivnuXr w&can. - R-in-totHer "epoch, lun. and. eomivrb M.Hn th. picture German idea meeting was held for B. F. McKlnney, of Flanagan, Clnrk j? ' fU pirtjiru will be. there will uea lull program lofTyarfare. In. one sense of the the memof the congregation, and countycameup Friday and stayed a speakers as Miss Josephine witli sucu v7un..iTni--fi-iJiMcGuiro .published in our state Sunday School word-- it no' different to tlfeir it was decided to- - have regular day with hit1 brother-in-lais 'Squiro and Itev. W. L. Irvin, of Jackson, Mrs. paper, of which scleral copies como to usual policy, they having com meetings for the meu e.vury Satur Shelton McKinncy. Mary Walden of Danville, Rev. J. I. Stanton, and also in our county paper, m'euced this, war with a series of day night, the first one to .be J. D. McKinncy, of Hudson, 111., and Carter and Miss Rose Coldiron of the Clay City Times. atrocities against the, Belgians held next Saturday night at the D. MeKinney, of "Winchester, were Hazel Green, A. T. Stewart and W. E. Secretary of KenFrnzee, A short time ago R. L. Shim-fesse- l, That stamped the Kaiser as either Methodist church. The idea is here lost week to visit their brother, tucky. Bible School Saturday afternoon Mrs. L. L. Postmaster T. S. McKinncy. our euterprising cattlo utterly insane or elae as tho most to present a good program that Campbell, of Lexington, Rev. J. T. brutal of any ruler since the will bo of iuterest to the men Claude Townsend,.of Bridgeport, 111., MeGarvey of Hazel Green. Rev. J. T. drover picked up a deer horn in who together with Mrs. Towusend, Middle Ages. This policy of and to make these meetings one. have been visiting the family of Sidney Adams, W. E. Fruzee, W. L Irvin and Menifee county, while lookiug brutality has been sustained of the featured of the cjiurch Townscnd, Claude's father, for the J, S: Hilton of Louisville will speak. for some cattle in the woods. It and throughout the war, the Ger work. It is plauned to get a stor past two weeks, left Friday for Bridge It will pay you to come outof thehear is some years since the last deer OrBro. Hilton who'has charge port where he will close up his busi phans Home. mar.s. having lost no opportunity eoptican'machine and show views If your heart has be- was seen in this sectiou of the to inflict suffering upon the of different places of interest, ness affairs nnd return here to reside come hard come and hear the wonder country, but proof that they Circumstantial evidence points to ful story he has to tell. Saturday night onco abounded here, is plentiful. women and children of both and to have lectures by good certain unscrupulous persons ns dyna II. V. Elliott State Secretary of Kenwarring and neutral countries. speakers. The ladies will be inmiting Red River near here for fish tucky will give the main address. FOR SALE .Some weeks ago President Wil- vited to attend some of the speci- Positive evidence cannot bo obtained, Sunday morning the BibleJSchool will son announced that Germany al meetings at various times, but but tlieso persons stand fust so much be conducted by W. E. Frazee, who is would be held to a "jtrict ac the primary nnd main object is condemned as if a pourt Soiitence were a specialist in this line. Wo wunttu One Axmiuster rug 9x12, soma odd beat tho record of April 25th on this chairs, etc. All in good order. Cheap. countability" for any damage to get tho men and boys interest- - passed upon them E. C. SLEUTH, day nnd wo can do so if everybody done to American shipping or for ed in the work. Every man and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Heilin, of Stanion College Dormitory. that belongs to our school will come. any American lives lost. Other boy is Invited to attend the meet- Winchester, cam a up Friday to see American vessels have been de ing at the Methodist church next Mrs. Geo, W. Bush, n cousin to Mrs. Heilin, Mrs. Bush was very ill and stroyed, but Germany has agreed Satnn'ay night, and the follow, had bcei) removed to tho Kichmond ing week the gathering will be to sottle the bill, but Germany at the Christian church. The Infirmary before their arrivul. They can "not settle the bill so easily committee jn charge pf the pro"--, spent triday night with 'Squire Me for the 188 Americans who l6t gram will have an interesting Kinney and returned home Saturday. their lives in the sinking of tho one, and there should bo a good 20-2- 5, N0TICE1 Lusitania. At this writing it in attendance. Dr. L. B, Dlclcsoa will boat the not known what action the Red River Mate! on Friday and United States will take, but that To Saturday ef. this week, May 14 there should be something done Committee men. and is, and wifl be prepared to do is patent. German authorities dental work, during; that time. claim that they gave fair warnI would like to know by what au by stu20 - Literay-Gqixte- st 4 ing concerning the dangers of thority the Republican committee of Frank Kennon left Thursday All of the English department. ocean travel, but what right has Powell county reported to O, K. morning for Lexington, to under KnowHon, Germany to assume control of Newton, of Jack Stephens nnd Judge go treatment by a specialist. Estill, that the people of performances original. tho high seas. Their ships put Powell were in favor pf 12. B, Meulouo of Recital by Friday, 21 into our ports anil receive every for the Republican nojiiineo for Ren As a result of the chantihii of imnsideratian. Two ef their rosentatlvo. If thoy wished to ex. trains from'thia line to tho Win Music chester-Irvin- e lino, J. D. Buller, warships are at present interned press the condition correctly, they might have said that SOME of (ho poo-p- baggageman at (lie depot, has May 22 - 1 p. m. hero to save theft capture by the were lit fuvor of Mr, McGlone, as oeen released, ills utities having British, but the Kaiser tuJtes no they undoubtedly are, but it must ho been takes pver Thursday mornby the Little Folks. more heed of American lives admitted that J Jiavu a Jurge number ing by J, A. Sewell, who has May 23 - 11 a. m. Baccalaureate that he did of the Belgian wo- of supporters both in this county and been operating the pumping sta- Sermon by Rev. T. W Hanna, of Bloom- men uml children .whose lives in Estill, who are pledged to me, and tion tor 6ot)ie time. past. Owing these voters naturally object to the It), to a smaller number of train, his troops wautouly took, The tiwution that thoy have lft tue for coming on this line, the time ington, Ind. American nation, is neutral in any other candidate. I take this means aecessary for pumping was cut Monday, May 24 Gold Medal Contest. tho best.sense of the word, .but it of letting t)ie voters know the down to thrw days a week, and Exercises. will nut long remain so if a few question of who the people of 1'owell tins Mr. is well will do 111 addiTuesday, 25 lie more atrocities such as this are county are In' favor of will only aivd, tion to tjw w.ork done by Mr, Address by Rev. T. H. Hanna. Butler. The. merchants of the Augit. priuwry, 'nuimiltoil Uern-iauhud bt- - rkuw' UHtll then, at .least, I think I havcan town, particularly, will regret to ADMISSION TO THE GOLD MEDAL CONTEST 25 CENTS. ter put 6i. thesoft pedal If the eyul showing with any other candf. see Mr, Butler go, as KawH'.r 'Hopes to Have us remain date. of tke mo eNcient nnd obliging . F. 1JATT0N. 4utral" AOrurtiseiKejit. mea pi. (H rotg. 1- -4 C 12:4-6...- Judge Rlddell Powell County Illiteracy Commission tmounces. hjwon .,..... 6:9-KK- nt . to-di- c - o he -- STANTON COLLEGE COMMENCEMENT, May 1915. the Republican Thursday, May dents 3$r ie May Department. Saturday, students the Entertainment Sabbath, ttt May Graduation ttc' -- honsono THE TIMES. ANNOUNCEMENTS For Railroad Commissioner. Fortimflce 'A SLADE. (Too late for last week.) Wcll--cvcryon- c Whooping- - Cough. Kittg" Talks We arc nuthorized to announce II. G. GARRETT as a candidate for Railroad Commissioner in the Third Railroad Eighteen Years Old Commissioners District. Subject to the action of the Republican The Best Weekly in this Section. primary August 7, 1915. A Democratic Newspaper M. P. O'MARA, man rraises John Rcmanigjjic Work of knows the efMiss' liillle Kwcn, of McCor-mic- fect of Pine Forcst.8 on Coughs. is a is visiting the family of Dr. Bell's Mrs. Susan Ewcn hero this we'ek. remedy which bring qsuick relief k, "Pinfe-Tar-Hon- For Circuit Judge. We arc authorized to announce W. R. SHACKELFORD as Candidate for .the Democratic mail mat- nomination Entered as second-clas- s for Circuit Judge of ter at the Post Office at Clay City, the Twenty-fift- h Judicial district. Ky., under the Act of Congress of Primary election August 7, 1915. OWNER AND PUBLTSHEK. March 3, 1879. A HOME-MADE THURSDAY, arc authorized to announce J. 31. BENTON, I'APER. "Winchester, Ky., as a candidate of for the Democratic nomination for Circuit Judge in the 25th JudiMAY. 18, 1915 cial district. Primary election August 7, 1915. AVe. tin-the The Lexington Leador has followiug to say concerning fishing in the Kentucky river: "If the dynamite and the net can be kept out of the Kentucky river for n few more years, there will be no need to go north for good fishing, Keports from all points 'along the river indicate that the fishing is better this spring than it has been for years, and the bass and newlights are fatter and bigger than' the usual For Circuit Clerk. We arenuthorized to announce 0. N. CROWE as a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of Powell County, subject to the action of the Democratic primary, August 7, 1915. We are authorized to announce MARION ATKINSON as a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of Powell count, subject to the action of the Democratic We are authorized to announce A. M. LOWE as as a candidate for Representative in thooiutineut." Justas soon from district, subject to the it got so that a man could go out action this the Democratic primary, of fish with and get a nice mess of August 7, 1915. a hook and line and a can of worms, 8ometmi8creants got busy We are authorized to announce' ith dynamite. iu the riyer near . Tf.J. PON nere, ana me nnrippwilMPM odTidVfTior thcvRepublican To any more fish nomination for Representative tcan say' good-bing for sometime to come. Last from this District. Primary Auweek there were several charges gust 7 1915. of dynamite placed in the river, We are authorized to announce almost within the town limits, B. P. HATTON and theones responsible for plac- as a candidate for the Republican ing if there probably got n few nomination for Representative fish for their trouble, although from this district, subject to the they left the spot in such a hurry action of the Republican primary, that they overlooked a large num- .August I, iyio. ber of fine fish, among them a pike weighing over twenty We aro authorized to announce A. T. STEWART pounds, which was picked up as a candidate for the Republican about 25 feet from the shore. A nomination for Representative for largo number of smaller ones this district. Subject to the acwere left there to rot. Dynamit- tion of the Republican primary, ing not only kills the fish in that August 7, 1915. vicinity that are large enough We aro authorized to announce for food, but also kills the smallALBERT EASTER er ones, and drives away all the as a candidate for the Democratic ones not killed. It is well known Representative that for several years after dyna- nomination for Subject to the for acthis district. mite is used the fish will not fre- tion of the Democratic primary, quent that part of the river, and August 7, 1915. as a result of the dastardly work doue by these men, we will have We are authorized to announce E. B. McGLONE to do without the sport of fishing for some time to come. There is as v candidate for the Republican a heavy penalty for the use of nomination for Representative dynamite for the purpose of kill-in- for this district. Subject to the action of the Republican prim fish and the State Game ary, August 7, 1915. Warden has taken the matter up. It is to he hoped that the guilty ( parties will bo caught, anil that which ho has to soli. they will be punished lo the full The farmer, unorganized, unablo to help himself, seems likely always to bo extent of the luw. theho goat, -- run of spring fishing." This is true of, Red Kiver. The fish appear to be larger and more plentiful than for some" years past, but as usual, there is a,"fiy primary, August 7, 1915. For Representative. Misses Mattie McKnnbb, Pear-li- e Lawson and Messrs. George McKnabb and Andrew Ohaney LouisvilleJftlay 12 Almost everybody in liouievillo is person, attended dumb here' Sunday. ally acquainted'' with or' base George E. Ewen went to Camp-toheard of JolmMlohrninn. The Monday. 'Ice King" of,H.oui8ville, as ho Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Bo wen was formerly called by those who and Miss Retta Benuingfield vishave known hS respected him for his honesty'WUntegrity for ited friends here In si week. a score or nioreyears, has been n A party of young folks exsufferer fromfstomach complaints plored the Judy Cave near here d condiand a Sunday. This cave is a great tion for a considerable length of curosity and a person is well ' time. paid for a trip through it by seeLike lots of' other folks, Mr. ing such grand freaks of nature. llohrmau was a little skeptical regarding the merits of the new Mr, McGlone, wo aro glad to preparation, Taulac, ns he had read your announcement for Rep tried liuiheroiis medicines in the resentative, and hope you have past' Without obtaining the right courage to tell the people on results. However, the publica- what principle you stand and tion of testimonials from Honis that if elected that you will ville people he "knew who had prove a credit to our district and been actually benefited by Tanlac state. Wo have been beguiled convinced him that a test of the by this money saving and good prepaVation was worth the at- road question until we are "not so tempt. easy snared. We want someMr. Rohrman had sulfered thing ejse. We have, turnpike much annoyance from indiges- promises to lease or give away to tion, especially. He tt Tanlac get rid of them. It seems that and began using it. A few after- some of our candidates are afraid noons ago he .was prepared to to talk on certain subjects, but make this statement in the pres- some of them will wish they- had ence of witnesses.: not bargained with two sides-.fo, "Less than two.woeksago all this will he revealed in .time this Tunlac'The medicine to send sonic down in defeat in was just what-- heeded. It went August. straight- - to the spot. I strength-eneright up. My. appetite is sleep improyjd as weM n general-debilitater IOr VrllOOpillg IjUUgli, luuauus iiiu mucous, soothes the lining of the throat and lungs, and makes the coughing spells less severe. A family with growiug children should not be without it. Keep it handy for all Coughs and Colds.. 25c. at your Druggist. IJLrMILS Of Bourbon Poultry Cura down chick's throat cure rapes. A few drops In the drlnk-- e f water cures and prevents diarrhoea, cholera and other chick diseases. Ona 50c bottle makes ligations ot medicine. At all dru?ctsts,or by mall postpaid. Valuable poultry book tree. 1001101 IBKIT CO., tniGTOI, IT. Sold by the FARMERS UNION SUPPLY CO. Clay City, Ky. For fine Watch and Clock' REPAIRING or any work in my line. I will be glad to have you call on.meClay City, - lob-taine- d 1 S. V. LARISON Kentucky d jjinv "for y the medftfiie7c would "Im've been worth that to me. The, an- ticipation of taking the next (lose of Tanlac is a real pleasure." Taulac, the remarkable medi cine referred to by Mr. Rohrman, is now distributed iu .Louisville by personal direction .of L. T. Cooper, and in Cloy City at Eaton & McUuire'a find in Stanton by Hurdwir.k & Co's., where the fuinous medicine SUMMER SUITS your .sum- mer. clothes you cannot afford to overlook If you want; class and style in. -- BLOOMFI ELD'S SPECIALS They sell at REASONABLE PRICES and they are WORTH THE MONEY. cm now be bought. " The band made a decided hit y at the Ice Cream night. It was their first appear auco iu public and some of the boys felt a little nervous at the start, but, considering the time they have been practicing together they acquitted themselves remarkably well. It. is to be hoped that they wiil be out quite frequently now, and give the citizens an opportunity to hear them. social-Saturda- Come in and Look them over. Lee Blopmfield & Co., North Main St. Winchester, Ky g How's This? We offer One IlundrediDollars Reward for any casoofjpatarrh that, cannot be cured 'Uy Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J.Cheney & Co., Toledo, 0. We, the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for (he last 15 years, and believe Miim per fectly honorablo in all business transactions and linanclullv ablo' to carry jout any ohlijratiqiis made by his firm. National Bank qf Commerce, Toledo, O. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken intornally. acting directly upon the blood and mucous surface qf the system. Testimonials 6ent " This Bank Invites New Acco unts On V t THE PLIQIIT. The farmer seems always to get the hot end of It. Last July ho was trying to prevent loss by feeding seventy-cewheat to pigs. After the wheat that was not fed to pigs whs sold wheat went to $1.70. Neither the plgn fed upon sovonty-cen- t wheat nor pigs subsequently born have been high priced since last July. The figures from Washington now show that all meat animals and poultry aro lower than they usually uro In normal times, The wur keeps ovory tiling high which the furmer has sold or wants to buy, but keeps at rock bottom prices that nt world's Nevertheless, contrives to got many of the comforts of life, it ho docs not got riches, and "under the shadow of his vino und fig tree," lives more contentedly without great prpfiis than, many do who get great profits in the marts of trade which aro manipulated so that, to paraphrase a popular song, everybody profit but the farmer. Frankfort State Journal, the basis of efficient service and absoute security Interest on Time Deposits . : 3 Per Cent WHEN YOU WANT A SHAVE OR HAIR OUT OR ANY T0N80RIAL WORK CALL ON H. H. PH1RI00. ' corisJipaMon. freef Prlco 75 cents per yjoHle. Soldby nll;Druggists. r Jfcko jlall's Family IMII.s-Jo4 Clay City National I Clay City, & ' ,.. Bank Kentucky. THE WINCHESTER BANK, of Winchester, Ky. Capital Stock 100,000 Surplus and Undivided Profits $200,000 N. Holly 10CAL NEWS ing that he was the "daddy" cf girl. The interesting event look pluce at I'ortsmouf lij joino, where Mrs. O'Mnru went 'to visit her sister a few weeks a line big aiio. GREAT FAULT OF AMERICANS n...c: spring V7ui I'rose Koem r- i- ! This is the season for plant ng Unconscious Waste of Nervpus Energy Seems to Be a.Natlonal Falling seed, and' lis also the printer's of Our People. time of need. Sow radish seed, While reading Jiie newspaper the American business man grabs his noonday inenl from a crowded lunch counter, in ten minutes, to hurry back to the oilicc or to keep an appointment, never allowing his stomach even live minutes to take care of what ho has eaten. He forces his blood to the brain to do mental work when it should he in the stomach IJc hurries digesting his food. about all day as if his very life depended upon his speed. He crowds into a day what a European would take several days to accomplish, and then he wonders why bo suffers from dyspepsia and insomnia, why he is nervous, irritable, prematurely old when he should he just in his prime. Very few people ever learn the art of mental and physical economy. I know men who do almost everything with a great, unconscious nervous resistance. They do not come in perfect freedom to the thing they wish to do. They are worrying, they are and lettuce, too, and pav t lit W. It. Sp'hnr YOUR If the paper look a little CnsTiicr. "rngsry " this week, please overlook if this time, for the editor ACCOUNT SOLiIClTKl). was informed Wednesday morn- Witlierspoou, President. printer whatever is due. Clo build yourself an onion bed and remember "The Devil" must be. fed. Sow several rows of early peas and and pay for last .year's paper, please. Dig up the earth round each strawberry vine and if you want '1 be Times drop us a Hue. 1'lant some potatoes to put in the hash and remember the printer is short of cash. Fix up ii bill or so of beans and w ith ye editor divide your means. Of watermelons you'll need a patch the editor's pants needs1 one to match. I'ay your subsci ip- tion then plarit your com ami yon'l nisea big crop as sure as you're born. i Cleanness 4' .. OA and Economy Two reasons for having your family enjoy Wright, of Ilnrdwick's (Jreek, sold a line bunch of sixteen hos to T. S. Christopher, of Mr. 1'ilot View, last week. Wright is one of the best hog raisers in the county, and always gets top prices for his hogs. .1. T. THE YOUTH'S COMPANION Twice as much reading tv ice v ncty in its Issues is jjiven by any American monthly magazine. The Companion filU the need for several publications gives the best and fav.--s money. j as much a rnontli n Where to Eat in Winchester and A hoiife belonging to Edmund Hose and occupied by Dovan Hall, They will tell you. was burned Wednesday after-nooJONES RESTAURANT about 4.510. The lire Cor Main & Washington. to have caunlit from a Hue, and only one or two of furniture were smail piece POWELL & JACKSON saved. Writes of all Kinds of Fire, Life, Lewis Mastiu is wearing a broad Tornado, Lightning and Hail Insur- smile I his week because of the ance.. We are also agents for the fact that the stork left a J). pound boy at his home Illinois Surety Company and are pren d isFtip-pose- hand-som- e pared to do a general Bonding ness. POWELL & JACKSON Sam W. Powell busi- Sunday: J. II. Dawson, of Winchester was here Wednesday morniim on business, and paid The Times pleasant call. a Linville Jackson Office in Court House. Winchester Kentucky Zack Conner, of Clark county, was in town Wednesday morning. The city school will close Jhis week for the summer vacation. This has been a very good year for the school here and under the Real Estate and Insurance. ellicient training of Professor Wo Buy and Sll Farm and City to a liking for special repartee. Ilea Land and Mrs. Daniel, the childare a few more that meet our per-- ! Property of nil kinds. We have soino ren have made good headway iu wit&t- - ' ';8onal4irvi oMla nice farms in Clark and adjoining their studies. Wh'eir bydnov Smith "fas advised ntounties for sale' or, rent. Write us Dr. Irvine was in Louisville to have his portrait'painted by' Land-what you want. ' last wek attending the annual seer he asked: We write all kinds of Insurance. "Is thy servant a dog that lie) meeting of the Hailtoad Surgeons should do this thing?'' TRACY AND ST0KELY. of Kentucky. Before returning The same Svdnev Smith, who, ou Office, Main Street, Winchester,' Ky. he also visited relatives in Shelby-villremember, was TRACT UTOKELY Harrison O'Uear was down 10 GREAT SERIALS IN 1915 from IJoxana over Sunday. 250 Short Stories, Special Paget Judge L. V. Mann preached at SEND J2.00 for thinking, there is a constant subeon- -' lSlkatawa Sunday, and reports Imucs (cf WI5. Companion Home Calendar fr V) 5 included if yuu lend at once. scious anxiety about something else two line meet inns. THE YOUTH'S COMPANION, Boston, Man. than that which, they are doing. ().('. Meachem was do n from Three Current Iuucj Sent Vtze. Their minds are on a stretch and at a few das this week. RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE SUBSCRIPTIONS strain, wondering how something else will turn out or will he done. In other words, they are unconsciously expending a great deal of surpluscnergy. And with this undercurrent of trouble a leakage is going on all the time which exhausts the vitality and prevents vigorous says Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., in concentration of mind upon the, writing of her experience with Cardui, the woman's thing in hand. Nautilus. logic She says further: "Before I began to use Cardui, my back and head would hurt so bad, I FINE SAMPLES OF REPARTEE thought the pain would kill me. I was hardly able to do any of my housework. After taking three bottles Recorded Wit That Has Not Always of Cardui, I began to feel like a new woman. I soon Been Without a Sting Is Credgained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework, ted to Many. as well as run a big water mill. I wish every suffering woman would give Recently we have been confessing I ks-o- rery Line of Its 52 Issues a Year ic Clean It Always Helps j I j nii ( i 1 The Woman's Tonic a trial. I still use Cardui when I feel a little bad, and it always does me good." Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness, feelings, etc., are sure signs of womanlired, worn-oly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's tonic. You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui for your trouble. It lias been helping weak, ailing women for more than fifty years. ut e. STRAWBERRY PLANTS Fruit and Shade Trees, and our offering of the remarkable Maraouth Pearl Seed Potato. Send for our free catalogue. H. F. Hillenmeyer Lexington, No Agents Sons. Ky. & General Manager W. A. Mc Dowell.of the 1. A: IS. am! U T. Stafford, Supervisor of liridnes parson." 'Your father," replied Smith,, Mini liuiMiim. wvre hero Wei' "was of a dilferont opinion." imsday niorn ni:. I. P. was u Times McKiu Mclvinuey, 'if llud-o- n will a clergyman. t.a in an argument. His opponent, pro-- , voked, cried out: "If I had a son who was an idiot 1 would make him a Get a Bottle Today! II'., pleasant caller at The A story is told of Henry Clay that is also applied in earlier history to a member of parliament. A nt m to L.m m m mm mmm & & long-winde- d, 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. "Mr. ollice Wednesday. oy, although a native of this county, has been living in Illinois for over K years, but makes occasional trips back to s in I'owell. visit his many He is greatly taken up with the fine farms of his adopted state, and speuks highly of the improved methods of farinini: in vogue there. Mr. MoKinney'will pro bably not leave hero tint ill about the. end of the month, and will visit rolatives and friends in this and adjoining counties. kin-folk- member of congress said : gen"You, sir, speak for the pre.-eeration, hut I speak for posterity." "It scents," replied Clay, "you are resolved to speak until your audience iM Hagan WINCtlllSlUR, Walters, KY. to do arrives." Also in this connection the follow ing comes to mind t The Duchess of Gordon Have you been talking as much nonsense as usual, 11 r. Pitt? Pitt I am not sure, but I think that since I saw your grace I have not heard so much. Harper's Week- iy. For Good l!arberiii Try We are Prepared All kinds of Machine Work Both heavy and light. Also weld broken caAings or nay metal that will melt, and make them as good as new. : Smoke Stacks made to Order. ALL WORK (IUARAMUUI) : Give Us a Trial and See How Qiiick We Do The Work. Chas. A, Carrithers, In W. II. N'eal' Wednesday from Stanton where they have been visiting for a few duys. Mr. and Mrs. fu the A. JOHNSON old stand, next toltlte Red I. River Hotel. ft Jeweler and Optician, Graduate of Elgin Watch and Clock REPAIRING. Prompt Attention Ulven to flail Business. .WINCHESTER KENTUCKY DRINK "MORE THAN WET" Ilnrvey Handy, of Wolfe counAustin Johnson returned to Moreliead Tuesday for the com- ty, nnd Miss Sadie Jauo Curtis, mencement exercisies at the col- eldest duuuhtur of Tandy Curtis, of tlie Powell's Valley neighbor-hood- , lege there. wero married Thurnluv at A. T. Whit t, accompanied by the homo of the bride's parent?, Addison, jr.. wnt to Winchester Kov. D. II. Motherly performing Monday on business. the ceremony. The young couple leave Friday for their, future Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Hunch, of Olark county, visited relatives homo in Wolfu county. The Times joins in congratulations to here Salurduy and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Helm and hopes Leslie Todd, formerly of Wall-ersville, but now residing in I'aris that then" voyage over the unit is visiting relatives here this runonial sea will bq all pjoasaiit l suiting. week. . , . Always Lonsiider ? t ? t ? QUALITY when For QUALITY Unrivalled. buying Silverware. ad When Dislinclion of Dwign, our Silvanvare in Lexington he sure to call on ut. f t r Vidor Bogaert Co., The Hallmark Store, 133?-13- 2 5 W. Main St., LEXINGTON, KY. t i 7: Jit I I H -- ... "C;' Jf BL4WK " ' ,' ' v ' '" ' PAGEtSj , I ' , v- - 7. f .a Bl ' ' ' y, -. V r : - T v v , V. ' - , . i.- - UK; - v-'-j' . 'r. v - - . ill . . ? s . 4 r - ' - ' . A . ... . v : , ' - , v ' " $ k I ;v . I- - ' , .J A 5 j 0 Woiti.n j. "vanjmm yw yy i' w p turn, wrg "'TrTr"'? ''1 "' ',WJ,'W,'W SPOUT SPRING (Crowded out'isar week.; Tlio recent drouth which was broken Sunday . b"yn fine rain did serious danifTgo to spring sown grass. Othqrc'erops Were ALADDIN MANTLE LAMP tub The Place to Buy our Goods ST.ixnAiin IsoAxnr.soBNT Lamp ok The place to buy your goods is . tuiii'jiircdi T. S. McKlnnCjf .jt Richmond where you get the best value for your money. day ry where liejrgceived treatlie is 'very much im: proved. ll nun returned Monafter :i week's stay at the Gibson lufrom ment, Burns Kerosene, Butter tlinn Klectric, (Coal Oil) Twice the Light, Uses Less thnn on Half tho Oil, Old Style hump Most Economical, Whitest Light, Brighest Light, Most Reliable, Safe, Simple, Most Durable, No Noise Most Satisfactory. Most Practical, Klegant. No Odor, Clean, Most Efllclont, Guaranteed. Patented, C. P. McINTOSH, Distributor. Clay City. Ky Try - This - Store - For - Value mm Henry WALTERSVILLE, Waldrori - KENTUCKY Grnvett, of Illinois, visitedjthcir relatives, the W. J. Burnett family hore last week. Theyjjvere called to Winchester by theitleath of Mrs- Ueo. Uravett, MrK. 11. liruvett being a brother to tieorge, ROXA COLA Mr. and Mrs. Henrv Wiscnnin, of L. it E. Junction, visited their BEATTYVILLE, uncle3 Lloyd and Asa Todd last week and attended the Wiseniiin-Miz- e Mr. and MrsTpR? IL ROXA COLA BOTTLING WORKS -- Manufacturers of- - AND OTHER SOFT DRINKS KY. wedding Wednesday. Mr. Henry Wiseman is a biotlier to the groom while Mrs. Wiseman is a cousin to the bride. While Spo'ut Spring is in Es till county, one half our people residing in I ovvell as the county line is so neaf' here. Great in terest is centered in the Circuit Judge'e race in both districts. All the Estill Democrats are, of course, for Judge Kiddell, nnd we might say the Powell Democrats are for Judiio Ilenton. In fact, if tiiere is one here not for Benton, he lias not braved to mention it to the writer. But Spout Spring, for all times past, bus been far famed as a peaceful community, and and law-abidi- STANTON COLLEGE, KY. i " " " tiiti STANTON, You Can Dodge an Students - .Admitted - at - any Time. One of the Best Schools in Kentucky. Courses in Agriculture and Domestic Science. Review Classes in the Common Branches will be Conducted throughout the Term. By paying part of their Expenses in Work, Students may get Rates at the Dormitory as low as $ 5o per "Week. 1 But you Can't Dodge our combination of QUALITY and PRICE. SHARPEN YOUR TOOLS We have just received a shipment of Fowler Mower Knife and Tool Crindersilhe handiest tool a farmer could have. Call in and sec them. it Farmers' Union Supply Store Frunk Kennon, Mr. but natural that sucii citizens would eagerly support a mnn forjudge that has a Statewide reputation for the enforce ment of the laws of our Commonwealth, But with, the tingle exception of our own. Judge liiddell, the vvriler regards Jildgo BentOn the best Ojrcuft, Judge in the, State, and if the Estill Democrats in these parts could aid their moral brethren of Well, Benton's majority in our twin county would be greatly increased. is 1 For Information Write to Rev. J. C. Hanley, President, Stanton, Ky. Ij ST. HELENS. (Too late fir last week.) Mrs. Bettie Williams and little irrniidilniicliter.l Dorothv South McGuire, of I'rfston, visited vel ntives here lastjweeK. Mr. and Mrs.Letcher Snowden are visiting their son and daughter in Sprinlield, Ohio. Mrs. G. D.Uieronyinus and baby Riesa. vfsited in Jackson last week. Misses Kath een McGuire and Keltic Ilobbs Kvero in Primrose Thursday and Friday, the guests of Miss. Omega Thompson. WIRE FENCE. CLOVER and T1HOTHY SEED, COTTONSEED MEAL : 1 o BRAN ; OATS Owensboro Wagons 0AULRwfv'sCEoAHRTE Bedford Tuttle, "'if " .w V" (WADUUPLU COUPONS will bo Riwn from Monday, Mny l.tli, made with cuh or produce, or on all (or money deposited during tlie time, to 1m traded out afterwards. Doulili? eoupoDH will be i;iven on hettloniunt of accounts. The word contest closes on Saturday night, May 22id. Are you Keltine all the coupons you can in tliut way? Fifty coupons are given to anyone bringing to the More only throe, words. And the one getting the most words will bp given Uie Dinner Set. besides the 10.(100 extra Booster Coupons. Get the full explanation from the Poster at our store. Jn order to reward the persons who lind the most words hi the to each Word Contest, the Booster Journal of Springfield, 111., will give coupon of tho best ten, who is not now iu Booster, u check for 25O.O00 Booster Coupons. This must be deposited for your-su- lf in the Booster Club Ballot Box. This check, with other Booster Coupons you cim collect, will enable yon to win one of tho premiums that will be given in the Booster Club. Who will be tho best Booster and win tho third watch on Moilday, to Munduy, Mny purc-Iiu&e- May .list. Music next Saturday by Miss Smith. 1.000 Booster Coupons given for tho bulanco of this week on every Dollar spent for inun'tf Clothing, Shoes, Huts and Shirts. Don't forget tho Word Contest, every person bringing in n list of words of as many as live words will get 60 coupons. Don't forgat that wo aro making some very popular prices on Groceries. Mr. O, T. Siowden was down from Jackson hst week. Mike Banahui is again on the V etck list. J. S. Pembe ton was at home for a few dayslast weok. KMrs. Oilsoij of Lexington, spent the we k end here, the guest Ot 3U8B fiphelirt Kiucuid, Mr. and Mr W. T. McGuire. Oitv. were nn.l W. T. Jr . guests of theirWrents here Sunday and Mondiy. ' Miss Augin'a Palmer nnd Roosevelt Pain or who havo been attending echo d hero this winter have broken iip houspkeepiig and joined ti'eir father t Iron Mmtnd. Mr. and Mrs, Brndloy Parsons und Miss Iloyn Long, of were.vit tors hero Smiduy. Miss llolliej nnd Willie Mc Uuiro. who J live been visiting have returned to rolatives !io their home it Ashland. v Hanna'sGre Paint has a hesi of fencb among the practical These paint men. men know it works easily and spreads smoothly and the re- sults it produces pleases home-owne- r. the I Elku-taw- WW Sold by Have it used on your next painting job. colors. Forty-nin- e Mrs. J. W. Williams (THE BOOSTER STOIlE) Mr. Tcubeju, of Jlleidelberg, and Dr. Sfive Uummons, of JacKGOi), wok here Sunday, MiEses Doll nnd Bubo arejln Lexington for u few days. After an extended visit to Winchester, Olay Olty and Jackson 'they will probably stop ofT at St. llelens, Hie-rouyiii- Made to Wear EATON &M0GUIRE, Clay City. JjYLE.& CO., Stanton; s A Which Wins Said a whisky flask to a cigaiet, bet "I'd like to make a good-size- d That I can get more scalps than you. Although your victims aren't so few." Said the cigaret to the whisky flask, "Well, that's as easy as i could ask, For 1 give kids their downward start. Then you pitch in and do your part. They come to you with burning thirst, But I'm the fellow that see's 'em first; So most of them should count for me, I'll take the bet; it's a cinch, d'ye see?" Then the whisky flask had this to say; "I never looked at the thing that way; But I must confess you spoke the truth; Tis you that tackles the foolish youth You fill his system with dopey smoke, I mould him into a soak; We work together far too well To quarrel even for a spell." So the whisky flask and the cigaret S)iook hands together, called off the bet And away they sauntered side by side Hunting for victims far and wide; In every comer of the nation, Partners in crime and ruination. So here's our warning on the level, Shun them bothas you would the devil, first-cla- ss vra&BN, (Too late for Inst week.) Mrs. Henry Smitson and Mrs. 0. 0. Curtis were guests of Mrs Mury Combs Wednesday. Clint Combs mode a business trip to Stanton Wednesday. Ben Combs, of Indianapolis, is visiting his brother, Clint Combs, and other relatives here Huh week. . mrm MWffMwiwtfiriffw w "-"- ""-' ' HARD WICK. & i CO. We invite you honest, merchan . "SPRING and SUMMER GOODS Everett Barlow has returned to his home in Lexington, after a visit of several days with his s"is ter, Mrs. Henry Smitson. SLADE. Mrs. Susan Ewen sold Rex Bowen a bunch of sheep for $28. fppring'and Summer to goods are now in stock. up-to-dat- ?'aljaseethem. ts ;- e We handle 'new, . , e, 'prices"--thgoods, quality and prices that will "Bring you Vfi back to our store when again in need of something. dise at:honest Edward Garrison of Meadow county returned homo Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Yarber of Nada visited the lattcrs brother, Taylor Adams Sunday. Elder Joseph Adams could not fill his appointment last Sunday Branch Wolfe . Oiir aim is to keep, as nearly as possible, everything the people want, biit if we haven't we will get'itifot you. . it It "will pay you to. see what we have when in the market tor iSriylfioods .ojtionsvillinery-- : Womens' and Mens' Furnish- - ";fngioods, Clothing, hats, shoes; underwear, hosiery, furniture; :Valhr5aper, mattings, linoleums; -- -- . C. L. RUSSELL, Painting, Paperhanglng, Decorating Satisfaction Reasonable Prices Guaranteed owing to serious illness in his family but hopes to be here at his next appointment on the 2nd oil carpets , rugs wood, hard-wafequeensware Sunday, Mothers' day was observed by our Sunday School by wearing a white flower for mother and blue ror lathers. About Halt our school has been deprived by death of father or mother. We dout know how great our loss is till we have to give tlie.in up. 'beB springs, cots,beds; trunks suit cases,-- hand bags coal and oil stoves, sewing machines harness saddles ..paints oils seeofeuggies yagons etc. .1 ' J;WeareolcragenUfor-tlie:folIovmgflueV- varnishes1 ;farm., imjDlemehts "r- . ' ;.V ' the Lamp Oil that baves Eyes Hotbfnirli more Important ltv tho Dome man cicur.sicaayugMt. ln.iuro wu oy Tzeivvz too on Mint- - Dur&t clear and rlran without fllclcer down to the lut drop. Ivnrujlvanla crude oU refined to Tvrfectfon. OoiU no' mot) thin the Inferior tanicwasron ous -- svre MONEYr-sAv- a WO UK navel Your dbdler hM EOLITH OIIi la Dorreu airect rrom our works. er. ' Chas. C. Stol! Di! Co, Refinery at Warren., ra. We tell the celebrated "NoCarb" Auto OIL .Lexington, Ky. The writer was glad to read the praises The Times gave my old teacher Mrs. Russell. She deserved it all aud more too, and Powell county does not realize what it lost when tve let her Jeave. We hope she will stay with the mount.ifn girls and boys, us she knows they are diamonds in the rough, and all they want is an opportunity, She. wns my teacher in 1898 and I regret that I could not have attended her school for five years in succession. Miss Retta BeuuiiigfieM to her home at. Rosslyn Saturday aftef a weeks visit with relatives here. OF , fiRr-- v , - Mart fvfalfnw Ar M.nfr rrln" Mnlrimor ' Oiirn'Oiialitv.anrl Walk-over E .Pfc- - i-- r ton Favorite jhocs for women; shoes for men; shirts and collanr-Pictora- Astor ,. y-s- . - S "iRtf1? Brand mens' hats; Anovv Brand ..mens Review patterns and. Bain wagons. ' l : : "'--J We have also.a nice line of "W vuicuoa nau -- m uoin, siapics onu young' mens. 'HERE'S hesc lines. f HOW" A REASON;for the great Try them and you popularity of will learn1 the reason. of, pay- . 'V 'j 1 - ABOUT A PIANO? Don't make the mistake ing'sorne:agentra big. profit on one. We will order you .'ZCi oneiric . vrilV n4 ;('nf mlttrinrv X A rtilrn if rlf.it untc ' J we save you;a sum worth while onjt. ia Cn the surface, all wagons look 'alike Pi REPORT OF THE CONDITION at but if you Mny. cc,u!d size them up Before THE CJLjAY Clay Cityv in tho State of Kentucky, nt CITY4" NATIONAL BANK theclosoof bunlncts ltt, 1015 the paint. goes on it would be a differ' pick the BAIN. ent story-yo- u'd RESOURCES. Loans and discounts $81,55684 863.07 Overdrafts, unsecured 25,000.00 U. S. bonds deposited to secure circulation, (pnr vnlue) Securities other thnn U. S. bonds (not including stocks) owned unpledged 20,081.25 Subscription to stock of Federal Rcservo bank. $2,000 Less amount unpaid 1000.00 1,000 Hanking house 1,000.00 Due from Federal Itesorvo Bunk 2,000.00 Due from approved reserve agents in New York, Chicago and 110.15 St. Louis Due from approved reserve agents in other resvvo cities,... 3,037.41 8,747.58 Outside checks and other cash items, fractional currency, 45.10 45. 10 LAWKiir. Money Hehkrvb is Bank : , Total coin and certificates 4,810.80 lledeinption fund with U, S. Treasurer (not more than 5?o of oir'l'n) 1,25000 Total $140,461.08 Tccgh, cvXi evenTgrained, flawless oak and hickory go into every Bain wagon put When in the market for a wagon call and see us: We buy the BAIN in car lots and can save you money. I .g Hardwick & Co STANTON 3 LIABILITIES. KY. gyjgfflfggSiQfg A Slugfgist Liver Needs Attention torpid, and yoi are-- in for a sjjgll of misery. Kvovybody yets :an attack now and then. Thousands' of people keop tltt'if Livers active aud healthy by using Dr. King's Nc,v Iiifc Pills. Fjue for the- Stomach, too. .Stop the Dizziness, Const Biiioub'uess and mdigeat'uJii, '. Capital stojkpaid in 1,25,000.00 Surplus fund , 8,000.00 undivided profits, 3,400.00 Less current expenses, interest and taxes paid 1,853,68 2,052.41 Circulating notes, $25,000.00 Your Child's Cough k a CU Duo to approved reserve agents in other reserve cities. 582,03 Help. . Due to banks. und bankers other than Included in 5 or 0) ...... 215.46 Don't put off imUng tyeui-Child'- s Demand deposits: Individual deposits subject to check, ,..$88,011,57' Couh. It BW'jawty 8p Cashier's' checks outstanding 278.05 80,100. 0 their sticnKth, butlwdfl to ' 'Why serious ailmfii. Total $140,461.08 mote J fr . 1 - jm' Powieix, ss: I, A. T. AVIiitt, Qunhier, of tho nbovo limned bunk,' do oomuuly svveur tlmtjliftubovu stuteniunt is trua to tho bust of my. knowledge und belief. Cou-ntvoi" You don't to It. Dr. King'd New DiveiyJ just tho d It is remedy yeur Child made with soothing, iImIihc 81l(l ' . Whitt.Cushior. antiseptic balsam's, quickly .Subscribed uwUworn to before nie this gth, day of May, 1916 cheek tho Celd and wathe .your . A'.'f. Alums Judge. 0. 0., 10., .Chjlirs Cojrgh away., Na idds M hgw.uad tlie uougii ,g'Rew4ionf Frank H. Kussell. iJiio. 1) Atkinson, DircclorVv. tmliW, Dr. Klng.' KaysDwv'-$rywl- U Juat ?Jaine U. Hall, ''P V4 stop it. It V wwuHta Statk of Kbntuokv, risk! Attention is culled totla spleii. djd bank statement of the Ulay appearing Cit Nfttiona.1 Bai in tin's issue. Those familiar with banking torms dud ligttrea can reuljze from a perusal of this statement the splendid coiulition n which it is. Tho ullicinle of pur.lutiik hro rev'Ogniiied .na ainuii; the best anil most conservative HiJl state. 'Jiut your iver get- - - jpa-.tioi- i, Corm-t-Attcst- : 1 gY j, bottle i.romjyonv Efvu i'rVi uicic I .tiiif..iuooti.lii1 ttiMtiil - .uniyjego, ai .'v i