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HNDBA.VOK PKOOKAAl FOlt SUN- DAY MAY 23. 1016. Ob AY (3ITY. ICY".. THURgDYiSAY other 20. 1915 NO. L' Married In Lexington STANTON.w (By 1 0. Derthick.) Division "B' 'Religious Ueuiiimr, What and I'sa Hi): ISIMHO Why Channels of Blessing Sooi: Are nil good Bunks Religions Mrs. .John Krk Books,...-...- . Influence of Religious Rending, Mrs. Matti'e Kerns . Grace Martin I'ruv :1 Solo.. I will not forget thee, Miss Roxie Akers :'.-n. . Leader: Mrs.. A. 1'. .Johnson : l'rov.'J: i;i-- K5 Miss M. Ilamnions Crate Johnson Lula Johnson The Bible The Best Of Religious ".Mrs. Albert .Johnson ,Book8 Sour Mizpah Prayer Benediction' Col Riograpies of Noble Christian on S. V. l.arrison uilluence Nearer Home Chorus.... .Curdus Lurrison Acts ID: Alice Iluminons J Cor i:J: Keligious Papers anil Their Miss Ethel Johnson Benetit .2 Tim 4 : J!M4 ....Edward Hatton Mrs.S. V. Larrigon I TimJJ: 1D-- 20 D- -lli 10-1- 7 Prov 8: 2: 8 10-- J.l -- -- Dr. Guerrant Here. Dr. Guerrant. founder of the "Orphans' Home herejuud one of the best known men' in hi line in the- state, paid a visit to, the liuiiToaturday and leaked oyer the grounds and buildings)," I)r. Uuerrant expressed himself as tvell pleased with every thins; liud praised Mr. Sehiruier,. the Since Vsupenntent, very highly. Coining here a few wedks ago, , Mr. Sehirmer has been an fatigu.ble worked, and has linally , got things round thu Iluino nto good working oruer. ine is, pretty lund'isall under cultivation and many improvements Have been mule, while the discipline of the children Jus undergone a much needed change. It is regrettable that Mr. Soli inner cannot stay longer to carry out some of the many plans he had in view for improvement of the institution and the benlit of but we understand that he will be transferred to another place very shortly, although he may return here' ut a later t'me. - Mr. .Joe Mount, and Miss Gertrude Vollmer essayed to "put one over"- on their friends Wednesday by slipping away to Lexington on the noon train, and getting married there. The news however, leaked nut, as such things will, and the result was that the young people were accompanied to the train by a good crowd of the younger folks, who wished to see thoin safely oil on their journey. The ceremony was performed in Lexington at B.!J0 at the home of Rev. O. .J. Chandler, pastor of the M. E. Church, ami who was formerly paster of the vhurch here. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. 0. Vollmer, and is one of Clay City's most charming young ladies. She has been quite active in church work and is an enthusiastic member of the Ladies' Aid. The groom is known throughout the county as one h our most promising young business men, and is also u member of the Clay City Band. After the ceremony the young couple left for Cincinnati and other points, where they will enjoy themselves for a. short time before, returning home. The Times joins tlnjir many friends in extending the IfearflesvJfmjirnlM lations to the happy pair. - Kev. .1. O. Hanley preached at Mid way last Sunday morning andevejiing. , .Tonett Hoone, of. Louisville-- Is Koine for a two weeks' visit with? Jii many Jouett looks friends nnd relatives. line, nnd likes his work.' Colson Hlnckburn is home fni the summer vncation from his school in ' Louisville. Mrs. S. D. Hall, of Lexington, tr'it- ed It. C. Hall nnd Mrs. Sis Hall, this . week. Mrs. Hoss Hall nnd Mrf. .Morgan Lyle made a business nnd shopping trip to Lexington last Thursday,' Miss Tina Deriekson is:"ry sick. She with her mother .nnd sUter have moved to the rooms over the Post Office so ns to be near Dr. Johnson who is waiting on her, Mr. and Alrfl. Jesse Crowe and son Charley were in Winchester, last week where they went to buy household and other goods. Thfey have jtnoved into the house owned by VirgilAtkinson. ' Band Will Play At Stanton. The members of the Clay City Band will go to Stanton Monday night to play at the Commencement exercises at the College. Our band is coming along tine, and for the time they have been practising, have made, a wonderfully good Bli'owing. A, good crowd is sure to turn out to hear them. Fish and Game Law is ( Enfoi-ced-. Moves to Dunvjtle UI. G. Jackson, The Messenger's Deputy Game Warden J. W. Creed, of Stanton, was down here a couple of days last week, looking up some evidence agaufst It is rumuW that Hov. Sherman those who dynamited the river. ltobhins willmake the race for d Mr. Creed is determined to catch Commissioner from the Third the guilty ones, and every lisher District. We think Mr. Kobblni iB Kail-roa- Mrs. Bettie HardwieK returned Thursday from a visit to'lier son, J. II. Hardwick in Winchester. Ath-Labo Knox returned home Thursday from Lexingtui where she went to he examined its to the recent operation she underwent-- 1 A. M. Lowe, of Kosslyn, visited his run wees. sister, Mrs. Urant I). Coulee wis in Lexington Mr. U. Inst week and had hUeyfts examined nml fitted to elasses. lie hud tae juisfortuno to lose the 1;la--- Z Sunday (luring tfioKKk'ifdfftlfer bwIiu iau Church. Mrs. Prewltt, of Winchester return ed home Monday after visiting lier daughter, Mrs. Fred Klackburn. Floyd Clny, ot Mt. Sterling, visited several dnys with his mint, Mrs. Kettie Hardwick, and other friends. Mrs. ltomey Mnrtin, ofOordenton, is visiting Marion Martin's family. Thus. Boone is also visiting them. Dr. Lemming was at Filson Monday on professional business. Don't forget the District Sunday 8chool Convention at Nada the llfth Sunday In tills month. All are cor dially invited to attend, and the people of Nada are expecting a good erouu. Curl Welch left two weeks ago for Woodward, Okla., where he expects to hecure a position. Arthur Johnson, who was a student here tvo years ago mid who is well remembered by a host of .friends here, is at Woodward anil ho will uraduato from IiiKh school next week. s tthdulittUny4meXrj fish too small to bo cnught. If there would be no dynamiting it would not he long till the river would he full of fish for everybody. Mr. John Creed offers a reward of $25 for every one caught dynamiting fish and being convicted. The Thirteenth District Sunday School Convention of the Cniustiau Church was the best one ever held in the district. The speakers were excellent nnd from the attention given them the people must have received great Sunday was the banner day, good with over 325 in Sunday School. The Presbyterians graciously gave way and showed' splendid fellowship mingling with us. Over 400 look pnrt in the basket dinner and there was an abundance for all. The officers for the fol, Presi lowing year are: Paul dent; W. L Irv'n, Jackson, Vice-Prident; Miss Hose Cohliron, Hazel (ireen. Secretary and MissLillie Boone of Stanton, Asst. Sec. An auxiliary of the C.W.K.M. was formed, witli Walter Thacker, Pres , Miss Lillie Koone, ., and Miss Anna Chirk as Secretary. A large numoer of dele gates from the counties in the district attended. The next convention will be held at Jnckson. The College Commencement exer cises, the program of whice appears on this page, starts touiuht. Everybody should hear the lecture on the lly, by Dr. Johnson. It will be given Satur day night, and will bo illustrated with stereoptican views, shown by Prof. E: C. Sleuth. Come and hear how muny prevalent diseases can be avoided by looking closer after the lly. An admission fee of 25 cents will bo chaTged to the Gold Medal contest and Band Concert Monday nieht, but this es Vice-Pres- tries to these contest!, and a 'tant.i 'i student won a place on the finals in nil of the contests. .Miss Maxic Johnson won n place in the finals on Miss Lucile Todd on piano and Aliss Murgret Lyle won third place on the vocal solo. Wen re real proud of all these young Indies and we feel that Stanton f.'ollege is highly honored in thus being represented. It wns a hon or to be even able to get on for the finals and we congratulate all of then) their very signal success and especially to Alargarct Lyle for winning third place in vocal solo contest. The lies) high school talent of Kentucky wan represented in these contests and the splendid work Stanton Cnl- Ther lege is doing for our were a great many of the schools ! Kentucky that did not even have on.-o- f their students pet on tho final- -, while Stanton had three, lints oil. everybody, to these young Indies who have so highly honored our town and college. All the readers of The Times as wel' as tho writer, extend to the editor our congratulations for the added respon sibilities he has assumed, that of the new arrival iu his home. .:. The Natural Bridge excursions 6tart next Sunday, tho first, train from Cincinnati coining through then. This year the excursion , trains will stop here on their thus giving our citizens u chance to enjoy themselves for the entire day. Messrs. Joe and Taulbee Mountz will, as formerly, the refreshment have charge-of- ' booth, and are busy this week way-back- ugt Xo ing. The expenses of Commencement railroad compauy has added many week are heavy on the college and this improvements to the grounds will only partially defray them and buildings and a good season Atisses Aluxie nnd Daisy Johnson, Alargaret Lyle, Alargaret Alanslield, is anticipated. Lucile Todd and Airs. Earl Sleetli at- .t... 1 ut I.,.!..,m - uwlt. There were one hundred and ten en - uir T. imrr-t.cii.iiiii.- ...... ....!...!... : ............ rnr , U- - ... UIUIHOHJ juu-i.i- -i U iy at. maris m, warh''"llm, ... ....l,,l 3., STANTON COLLEGE COHMENCEMENT flay 2025, 1915 1 stu- Thursday, May 20 - Literary Contest by dents of the English department. performances original. All Valley, narrowly escaped destruction by liro Mon day. The blaze started from a defective llue;uid hud made good ; '5A.T. Steward of Stanton, ,can. headway before being discovered, didato. for tho Republican nomi- The roof of the building was ul. nation for Representative, wa most burned oil', and considerable uamage uono to toe contents. iu fbwh Monday. valued foreman, has moved his family from iiarrodsburu and taken the residence owned by Mr. !ax. of North Thiid street, locat ed iust bevoud the K. C. W. Mr. .Jackson is oi(e of the best and most reliable men The Messenger has ever had, and wo are, indeed glad that he has decided to make Diiiville his permanent honio." Danville Messenger. Mr. Jackson is well known hero, having bten raised in this !ouuty. His father still lives on Hardwiok's Creek, and ho comes her once or twice a your to enjoy tH liishinsr. Mr. Jackson was formerly connected with the Clay City Times, and is well liked by all who know him. man will he behind him in his effort to b'rins them to justice. In the upper part ot the county several have been caught seining, and a short time ago a forty. foot seine was destroyed. As a result of Mr. Creed's good work about twenty indictments will bo,ro fumed by the next Grand Jury. Mr. Creed is a good nflicer, and the law abiding people of the county will uphold him in his ef. forts to protect our iish uiidgame niaklng a mistake to enter this race as the district is composed of 47 counties and it re(ulreh a man of powerful pol itical Intlueiu'e to land this plum. Miss lirace .Maxwell and her mother Airs. A. T. Knox, returned this week from New York, where' they visited Aliss Minn Knox, who is attending a bible traininu school. They also at Friday, May 21 Recital by students of the Music Department. p. m. Saturday, May 22 by the Little Folks. 1 Entertainment, tended the Commencement exercise of Princeton Seminary where Uev, Air, Shearer, a former teacher at Stanton College, graduated this year. Our gume warden is hard after the parties that have been dynamiting Iish In lted Klver. It'js too had that people will dynamite fish as It is such a terrible destmotiontn hundred of Sabb&th. Mav 21 - Baccalaureate Sermon by Rev. T. H. Hanna, of Bloom- jngton, Ind. 11 a. m. Fire at Powells Valley. The home of Colie Alexauder Mondayi May 24 - Gold Medal Contest. at Powell's did sim HNi) our? The hen stood on thu garden lot, Whence all hut shh. had Ik'i). And didn't leave u planted spot Id the early onlon'hed. With vim she worked .both feet and legs, Alul the gardener says lie bets She was trying to find the kind of eggs On which lie oiilnii.seU. Tuesday, May 25 - Graduation Exercises. Address by Rev. T. W. Hanna. ADMISSION TQ THE GOLD MEDAL CONTEST 25 CENTS. Ftee Band Concert Monday night by the Clay City Band 1 THE TIMES. as a ANNOUNCEMENTS For Railroad Commissioner. Wo arc authorized to announce IT. Cljfef Deputy Jailer AidecL Pat Donahue, of Jefferson Counyt, Is Benefitted by ,.' Tanlac. Louisville, May 19 Pat Dop uhue, Chief Deputy Jailerof this, Jellerson Comity, a man of tin questioned honesty and integrity-- , is iunong wellknotvii Louisville people who endorse Tjinlac, t lilts new medicine that is accomplish'-instich remarkable results in this city. Mr. Donahue's statement is is follow : "It gives me gi'eat pleasure to recommend Tanlac, as I have found it quite beneficial in my case. 1 have used the medicine for a general rundown condition of the system." The demand for Tanlac, the preparation leferred to by Mr. Donahue, is now verv great in Louisville, and is steadily increas ing, in this .connection, 1.. i. Cooper, t ho is personally direct ing the introduction of the famous medicine slid : "I am, indeed, gratilied to see such marked enthusiasm, as 1 now feel'y'ustilied in my oredic-- r inn 'that Tanlac would prove just as successful in Louisville' as it has in larger cities. The system, besides being purilied by Tanlac, is toned up ;tjid invigorated, as the preparation, aside g A Democratic Newspaper Eighteen Years Old The Best Weekly In candidate for Railroad Com niissioner in1 tlic Third Railroad Commissioners District. Subject 0. GARRETT to the nctioil of the Republican this Section. primary August 7, 1915. For Circuit Judge. We are authorize! to announce W. R. SHACKELFORD M. P. O'MARA, OWNER AND PUBLISHER. as Candidate for the Democratic Entered as second-clas- s mail mnt-ti- -r nomination fdr Circuit Judge of at the Post Office nt Clay City, the l wenty-hft- h Judicial district ..Ivy., under the Act of Congress of Primary election August 7, 1915 r March 3, 1879. A HOME-MADE PAPER. MAY. 20. VMS THURSDAY, We are authorized to announce J. M. BENTON, of Winchester, ICy., as a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Circuit Judge in the 25th Judi cial district. Primary election August 7, 1915. v the seat of the passions. The trouble with most people is that their Liver becomes black because of impurities in the blood due to bad physical states, causing Biliousness, Headache, Dizziness and Constipation. Dr. King's New 'Tanlac is especially valuable Life Pills will clean up the Liver, in catarrhal directions of the and give you new life. 25c. at mucous inembraiice, which 1 con- your Druggist. sider the foundation of most ailments and diseases. People who "' are nliectcd with catarrh of the head, throat and stomach are generally moody and. depressed, with. an occasional dull headache, accumulations in the nose and Mi throat, itll'eeted memory, and n Bourbon Poultry Curo depreciated sense of smell and down a chick's thront cufi gapSs. A few drop In llio taste, which finally results in un water cures nnil prevent diarrhoea, cholera ami otlirr all'ected hearing." chick dleae. One ,mxj bolllo from assisting the blood, s constitution, overcoming, as it seems to quickly do, nervousness, indigestion, nonussimi-latioof food, headaches, backache, dizziness, kidney complaints general rundown condition of the system, 'and many other complaints ' that are so common to thousands in this section. reinvi-goraten tiniTTr' MAW WTTIT HT.AflTf A IT llil J .i4 LIVER- The Liver is n blood purifier. It was thought at one time it was ( 1 T Jh A A. IJLl ilrlnic-In- Henry M. Bosworth, candidate for the Democratic nomination for Governorof Kentucky, passed through here lust Saturday on way down from Breathitt county, where he had been spend-- . ing a couple of days looking over the prospects. Mr. Bosworth is very strong in the mountains, and is fast'making more friends. He now has quite a following in Powell, and is working quietly lult earnestly for the nomination. his NOTICE! for Circuit Clerk. We areauthorizod to announce C. N. CROWE Tanluc can now be bought in Clay City ut Eaton oc McCJuire's and Mn Stanton at Hardwick cc Co. (;, males 12 gallons ( iiiMfchip nlldrnmrlsts.nrby mnllpti. Vnloub'o poultry Lo.ik fie RO'Miri CFMMf tt' . '. t 0.. IfVn.ltli- - as a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of Powell Countv, subject to the action of the Democratic primary, August 7, Iftlo. We are authorized to announce MARION ATKINSON as u candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of Powell county, subject to the action iif the Democratic primary, August 7, 1915. For Representative. Sold by the FARMERS UNION SUPPLY CO. Clay City, Ky. We arc authorized to announce A. M. LOWE Bettie Hard wick Are. Pltfs. as a candidate for Representative Vs. Snuthey Lacy oca, Dfts. from this district, subject to the All persons having claims uga-in- action of the Democratic primary, August 7, 1915. the estate of A. M. Swango, Deceased, aro hereby ilotified We arc authorized to announce and required bylaw to tile same T. J. PONDER witlthe undersigned MaiterOouir as ci candidate 'for tho Republican niissioner of the Powell 'Circuit nomination ior Representative Court, at his ollico in the court from this District. Primary Aunouse .in Stanton, Ky., on or be gust 7, 1915. foro the 7th day of June, 1SU5, We are authorized to announce and all claims not so proven and B. P. JIATTON filed by said date shall be barred as a candidate for tho Republican in the distribution of said estate. nomination for Representative ROMULUS JACKSON. from this district, subject to the Master Commissioner Powell C. C. nctiorfof the Republican primary, August 7, 1915. , M oonshiner Caught We are authorized to announce John Myers, of Powell county, A. T. STEWART was arrested last week and taken as a candidate for the Republican to Mr, Sterling by the United nomination for Representative for Statejollicers, charged with oper- this district. Subject to the acating "moonshine" distillery. tion of the Republican primary, He was given a hearing and held August 7, 1915. to the federal Court at Richmond Wo arc authorized to announce in the sum of $300, which he ALBERT EASTER gave and was released. Winas a candidate for the Democratic chester Democrat. nomination for Representative for this district. Subject to the acFOR SALE tion of the Democratic primary, August 7, 1915. st An unknown man was found dead in the outskirts' of a small Kansas town recently. Arevolv- er and $100 cash were found on his person. The coroner held an inquest and it took $75 to defray the expenses and bury the body. The police judge lined the corpse $25 for carrying concealed weapons and confiscated the iiii. The locul (Alitor, who published the obituary,' got nothing. Altoona For fine Watch and Clock REPAIRING or any work in my line, I will be glad to have you call on me S. V. LARISON Kentucky Clay City, (Km ) Tribune. John Deere No. 999 Planter '.'OBLIQUE SELECTION" is the .name givenk this perfect, seed droping device wliioh repeated tsts show isns far abend ut the old edge drop as the edge drop was ahead of the round hole plate. It tukes its nuum "Oblique Selection" from the fact that the surface of the hopper bottom and the openings to the seed cells are oblique or sloping. With the old edge drop the kernels had to lie tipped on edge before they could enter the cells at all. The weight, of the corn in the hopper interfered with this action consequently cut down the accuracy By doing uWay with the necessity for tipping the kernels over into a narrow, ver-!'- nil ndiannel and. having in its place the gradual sloping walls, the weight of the'eurn, or gravity, helps instead of hinders t he movement of the corn entering the cells of the seed plate. " Each cell therefore (ills more rendih. With the new John Deere Oblique Selection, the seed is handled in u more natural and of corn as they simple manner. It has been called the "Natuhai." imoi' because the ken-ellie on the bottom of the h)pper naturally move toward and slide into the cells. In other words, with this drop the weight of the corn is turned to advantage. Nothing will ever take the place of accuracy in a corn planter. The shrewdest corn growers have realized this for some time and tho demand for corn planters that will demonstrate their accuracy in drop has steadily increased. Do not buy any corn planter without testing its drop for accuracv. s We are authorized to announce E. B. McOLONE as it candidate for the Republican nomination for Representative How's This? for this district. Subject to the We oiler One Hundred Dollars action of the Republican prim, ury, August 7, 1915. Rewind for anv case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's 23rd Judicial District. I 'atari h Cure. ' We aro authorized to ai.uoiince K. .1. Cheney Ar Co., Toledo, 0. II iron RIDDKLL We, the undersigned, have known I". J. (Jheney for the last as candidate for the Democratic nomination for Circfltt Judge for 13 yrurs, and believe hini perthe 'iJinl judicial district, fect honorable in all business Breathitt, Estill, Lee and transactions and linanciallv able Volfe counties. Subject to the to carry out any obligations action of. the August primary. inailc by his li r in . National Bank of Commerce, WHEN YOU WANT Toledo, A SHAVE OR HAIR OUT H.ill's Catarrh Cure is taken OR ANY internally, acting directly upon! TONSORIAL WORK the blond and mucous surfaco of the system. Testimonials sent CALL ON , tree. Price i3 emits per bottle. H. H, PHERIGO. Kohl by all Take Hull's Family Pill? for l"t!llpuMnll. i 3lie Times. , MJMI coin-urisin- Our Axininstcr rug 0x12, some odd etc. AH la good order. Cheap. K. C. SLEUTH, .StiinlonColk'gi! Dormitory. VARIABLE DRO? d ENCLOSED GEARS Skjii-Vamahli: S g This planter has a variable drop, consisting of gears constantly in mesh, and with'tlns device, two, tliree or tour Kernels can ne planted asuesireu, v merely Binning tue mot lever. i. c., Practically nil other Variable Drop planters are only they vary, the number of kernels of gram, in hilling, but do not vary the distances in Jrilling. This Is a vvia, Yauiahmi Dnoi planter, both for iiii.i.ino and ituu.i.iMi, as it also varies the distance in drilling as well, giving a greater variety of distances than the ordinary planter and without the uso ef oxtra sprockets ami plates. All corn plates on tho No. DDI) Planter have 10 cells. Thorefore, we net the same drill-in:- : distances with this plate as cun be obtained on other planters with the S, J? and (i cell plates wijhout change of plates. When you want a pluntor that is scientifically and .mechanically correct, that will drill or check corn accurately, be sure you come in and investigate the merits of the JohnDeere qqq Grubbs OR. MAIN & BROADWAY AND Benton WINCHESTER, j I)iu-"'ists- . KY. 'Q)) ' MK The Place to Buy Your Goods The place to buy your goods ist SPOUT SPRING Mrs. Geo. W. I'usley continues it) poor heulf,li. . . ALADDIN MANTLE LA Ml' Woi.i l SriMMHIl F.MMSnilsCHVT L.IVIMIK inn V. J. Burnett is in a very seri-mcondition vitli kidney trotib-le- . where you get for your money. the-be- st value ' J. W. Dawson, ofWinchester, was here this week buying hogs, paying for mime (5 to Ij'J cents per pound. Try - This - Store - For - Value linn I'nstor W. 1. at Juekson's morning and at received into membership at vice. Fryman preached Ohnr)el I'.urns Ken.-- . ii Better than Kleelric, (Coal Oil) Twice the Light, Uses Less than on Half the Oil, Old Style l,nm, Mut Economical. I'.riglie.st Light, Most Reliable. Whitest I.igli' .Most Duralile, Sufc Simple, Mnt I'ractical. Mnt Satisfactory. So Nnii Klrjrnt" No Odor, Most Klllcieht. Clean, (iiiarauteed Patented. . Sunday C. P. McINTOSH, Distributor, flay City. Ky night. Twnwere the ...church for the morning ser. I ROXA COLA BOTTLING WORK Mnntitaeturers of Henpv VVALTERSVILLE, Waldpon KENTUCKY V McKinnev it Byrd, our wide. awake merchitnts, to lurtherac-IROXcnininodate the- public, will in- stall a irrist mill at. this hce. The machinery has been ordered and if expected to be put into operation wilhin a week or two. - COLA I AND OTHER SOFT DRINKS RCiTTViff b f v The Union Sunday School at You Can Dodge an j the school house seems to be pro- grosrni: nicely under tlie ellicient Superintendency of W. L. Hyrd. The house is more than full each Sunday afternoon. The house ' STANTON COLLEGE, KY. T STANTON, Students - Admitted - at igtgiacwM'frir,wiranaMKiijniJt-wcwai3giCT- 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 could have: Crinders-th- e i However, is very small, cnimuie jof seating but a small number. The Ciiuntv Hoard of Education is being strongly nsge to enlarge the building before the regular fall term of s as the children ...,....: i uie nwiiict Much vti v uiiirii ed. i - any - Time. $ I One of the Best Schools in Kentucky. Courses l i in- in Agriculture and Domestic Science. me common orancnes win be the Term. throughout iuview k handiest tool a farmer Call in and see them. Farmers' Union Supply Store Km ilk Kennon, Mar. SOME FORMS OF RHEUMATISM CURABLE. I'iiewniatism is a disease charae-ic- i i.id by pains in the joints and hi the muscles. The most common forms are: Acute a'id Chronic IMiciiiuniisin, Kheuniatic Head aches, Sciatic Iiheitmatism and Lumbago. All of these typos can lie helped absolutely by applying sonic good liniment that penetrates. An application of Sloan's Liniment two or three times a day to he affectrd parts will give instant relief. Sloan's Liniment is" good for pain, and especially Rheumatic Pain, because it pene- tiatcs to the scat of the trouble, soothes the afllictfd part and diaxvs t lie pain. "Sloan's Lini- incut is all medicine." Get a 25c bottle now. Keep it handy in case of emergency. v By paying part of their Expenses in Vork, Students may get Rates at the Dormitory as low as $ 5o per Week. 1 k p For Information Write to Rev. J. C. Hanley, President, Stanton, Ky. n'Vi'1 I'V"" HKHKflEZ j WIRE FENCE. CLOVER and TiHOTHY SEED. COTTONSEED MEAL BRAN lIlAffill j , III ive u I SLADE. a-f Owensboro Wagons Mrs. -- ha'. Tnnilin-o- n I.ognnSiewait-oNada, Mrs. Tax lor Adams Sunday visited! eveni Bedford Turtle, i::g. Mrs. Kwen, .Mrs. Minnie Faulk, tier and Miss Sari Ida McDaniel visited friends at Campton June-lasxveek. affi S OATS 3 t order tii Ki't people more familiar with what we M'll, wi' shall a iriiii!uiii tu the pcrMin who makes the must complete list of article iliat w carry for hale, and to each person bringing a list of at h'iiKt three articles to our store will lie iveii lifty lionter Cntioiis. To the persoii'lmiulInK in the most complete list will lie given a J)iniler Set anil 10,KK) ; to the hltoihI K.UOO coupons j to the third (I.IVHl cnnpon; to the fourth, I.IHKI coupons, and to the llflh, .',()'). In ease ilaee the dinhe will lie sold at a net ion, and the money of a tie for divided, hut the premium coupons will he divided 'equally mining ul' living. To each person bringing in a list, no matter flow uuill, who ni'ikes a pnivliac of $1.1X1 or more at the time, will lie given 1,000 exria r Coupon). Iionides tliiM given with the piircliac. ($) .Mm Combs' father, of Menifee county is visiting him this xveek. is visiting his Hrexver. ,11. Hardin Kinior of Wolfe county sister Mrs. Stephe )1. .McDaniel went to lat xxeek. Camp-o- n business iit Floyd Wills of (line Creek here on businei'S last xveek. xvas I TKese IWm-Ue- there are In making a list, Just name the kind of article; for example, If Si) harries of sugar in the etore, just put 'sugar'1 en your lM. The plan liy All lists inust lie in liefore Saturday night, June II) uhloh you may net thoUMiniU of coupons will ohxe Suttmlay. Who will he the llcl Hooslcr anil win the watch .Monday, .May :11V Frank and .laspet". MeDuiiiel visited their biother It. 11. McDaniel Sunday. Corn if. lookini; tairly well here and faniieis uie most all done planting and moru. corn put in through this neighborhood than usual. WHOLE FAMILY DEPENDENT Mr. H. Williams, Hamilton, 0., writes: "Our whole family Honey." Maybe on Pine-Ta- r someone in your ftyuily has a severe is the baby The original Dr. Boll's is an ever reftdy houbohold romedy jt givci hnuieduvtu repenetrates lief. the linings of the Throat and Lungs, destroys I ho Germs, and nl. At any drug lows Nature to no gist, 25 c. -tie-pon- "fr Lustro-Finis- h h. J Hanna's TRIPLE Coupons will be given for all purchases of MILLINERY during Uie week of May 24, and ' . d Double Coupons for settlemenf oJ all accounts. Cold--pcrhaps- i'it v; Mrs.' J. ,W. Williams (TIIK HOOSTKU STCKIC) with Hanna's Lustro-FinisIt stains and varnishes at one application. Makes all things lustrous and beautiful. Get a can today and try it. Sold by furniture and scarred floors You can give new life to old I'iue-Tar-llon- EATON & McGUIRE, Clay City. LYLE &CO., Stanton. - 'k PERSONA PARAC1 d preached Sunday. Mr Adams cnllcd at The Times ollice and gave us a nice order for printing. Some of the young men nro already feeling the. call of the west for farm hands. Hert Hammons, Mr and Mrs. Wm. Johnson visit-o- Simpson demons and Roy Bowtlioir daughter, Mis. Tomlison man left this week Jo seek their at Nada this week. fortunes in Kansas, and others Dr. Martin has just received a are talking of going. new bugpy from the factory at Messrs. Mountz are now mov Slielbyviilu. ing their stock of goods into their new building, and will be open Joe Mouiltz was in Lcxiniitr.n for business there infa few days. and Winchester Monday on Tha room has been painted and presents a neat and clean appearSeveral fishing parties have ance. been out during the past week or II. (1. Crabtree left Tuesday two, but they report only modor-at- e for Clay County where he will luck since the river was finish getting out a lot of logs dynamited. thiitMie and sonic other parties Shelby Martin and Austin John- own theie. lie will be absent son have returned from More- - for another week. head, where they have been school. Wm. Swope, gardener for the li & E, lias been working on the park here, and has it looking very prettv. A reward is being o floored by the Railway for the conviction of anyone destroying the i'owers or doing any other damage in the park . HARD WICK & 00. SPRINGlahd SUMMER GOODS 'Our Spring and Summer goods are now in stock. 1 to call and See them. We invite you We handle new, he up-to-dat- e, honest merchan dise at honlst prices-t- goods, quality and' prices that will bring you back to our store when again in need of something. if we haven't Our aim is to keep, as nearly as possible, everything the people want, but we will get it for you. it Pi It will pay you to see what we have when in the market for More Girls. Clifi Shimfessel is feeling mod this week over the arrival at his home of a fine girl, and a pretty little girl has also come to stay with Mr. and Mrs. C. I'liu chum. :' fcBry (joods Notions, Millinery Womens' and Mens Furnish -- I ffl ing goods, clothing, hats, shoes, underwear, hosiery, furniture, vwall 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 ,ware .t hard- ft (3 Taulbee Mountz made a business trip to Winchester Wednesday. queensware paints oils varnishes farm implements Did You Miss Yours? A number of Clay City citizens were compelled to do without their "inornin's morning" Sun. day through no fault of theiro.wn, but through the "business" head of one of the city's residents. This gentlemen on Saturday was given a sum something like $'21, with which he was told to come to Winchester aud purchase a supply of whiskey. Ti.e money was given to him by a number ol people who found it impossible to do without their drink. When We are sole agent for the following lines: Bos- 0. H. Mackey has been remodelling and repairing their home for the past few weeks, and has it nearly completed now. Three rooms have been added on the lower lloor, the stairs remov ed to the inside of the building and the front given a coat of paint. It now presents a greatly improved appearance. Mr. Hart Schaffrier & ,Marx mens' clothing; Queen Quality and ton Favorite shoes for women; - Walk-ov- er shoes for men; Astor Brand mens' hats; Arrow Brand mens' shirts and collars; Pictoral Review patterns and Bin wagons. We have also a nice line of Stetson hats in both staples and young mens. Sou ire J. A. Sewell is one of the busiest men in town these days, as he is now carrying the mail and attending to the bagg age and frieght at the depot, in the Saturday evening train re addition to pumpiug for the water turned to Clay City, the crowd tauks. at the station was disappointed The various candidates are when the gentlemen failed to hustling around now. Tuesday show up. Later it was learned A. M. Lowe and B. F. Hatton. that he had purchased a ticket candidates for Representative, to Oklahoma, soon after his ar were in town. Both are conn rived in Winchester aud departed dent of their nomination, and for the golden west. Winchester are busy putting in a few words Democrat. with the voters. Marion Atkin son, of Stanton, candidate for LOG LICK. (Jircutt Clerk, was also here (Too lntc for last week.) shaking hands witli the boys. Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Mcintosh Rev. J. T. Adams, of Stanton and baby, of Mississippi are visit was here. Tuesdav on his return ing the latters parents, Mr. and from Union Hull, where he Mrs. Allen White at this place. THERE'S A REASON these lines. for the great popularity of i7 Try them-an- d you wiil learn the reason. HOW ABOUT A PIANO? Don't make the mistake of payone on ing some agent a big profit on one. We willorder-you- . 30 days trial, and if not satisfactory will return we save you a sum worth while on it. It. If it suits you m You will appreciate a good oil cooking stove more dur-;n- g the hot summer days than at any other season of t he year. Why heat up a hot wood or Get one of our good coal stove, as well as yourself, every time you want to cook, or even water? oil stoves heat some and have what fire you want in a minute, and when you are through have, it out in less time, and not feel after cooking SI that you have oil also been cooked- - We handle the "Boss" stoves and the "Bpss" ovens. COULD SCARCELY WALK ABOUT And For Three Summers Mrs. Vin- believe taken it. I would have died If I hadn't Hardwick & Co. STANTON KY. return, night and Sunday with Misses MAN TAKES HIS OWN MEDICINE IS AN OPTIMIST. visiting Mary and Gruce Guy pf near ed to Winchester uUur .Winchester. home folks for some time-Mr- . lie has absolute faith in his cent Was Usable to Attend to Aay of Her Homework. After 1 began taking Cardul, I was greatly helped, and all three bottles re lieved me entirely. I fattened up, and grew so much stronger in three months, I felt like an other person altogether." Pleasant Hill, N. C.- -"I suffered for three summers," writes Mrs. Walter Vincent, of this town, "and the third and last time, was my worst. 1 had dreadful nervous headaches and prostration, and was scarcely able to walk about. Could not do any of my housework. I also had dreadful .pains in my back and sides and when one of those weak, sinking spells would come on me, I would have to give up and lie down, until it wore off. I was certainly In a dreadful state of health, when 1 finally decided to try Cardul. the woman's tonic, and I firmly Mr. Kusscll.Lowry, Ini3 Cardul Is purely vegetable and gentle acting. Its ingredients Iiave a mild, tonic effect, on the womanly constitution. Miss Uosie MuKiuiiey, of Spout takes it for certain ailments he near Cardul makes for Increased strength, Winchester, sjwut Sunday night SprinfrHpuut Sunday with Micses gets relief. People who take Di improves the appetite, tones up the ner with Mr. and Mrs. jW. A. Math-erl(Juua and Sarah Brnsheiir near King's New Discovery for an irrithey tating Cold arc optimists vous system, and helps to make pale, hero. medicine he knows when he Lawrence Guy, of y. sallow cheeks, fresh and rosy. Cardul has helped more than a million weak women, during the past 50 years, It will surely do for you, what it has done for them. Try Cardul today. WriU to: ChMUnoog Mtdldnt Co.. U41t' Ad. vluvv LkDt.. Chittanooci. Trnn.. for Bvecutl 7ii' book. "Horn ttruttivnt on our ctu inj 1 i fitment lor Wuntn, Cnt la pula wupcxi. J-- w know this cough remedy will penProf. A. N. Ledford has closed etrate the linings of the throat, and open "t More-hea- his third Sniping eghool at White kill the germs, act. You the way can't defor Nature to bus retuViieuVliuine Hall, with n great success. stroy a Cold by superficial treatment you must go to the cause Miss Lelnh Kerr spent Sunday of the trouble. MIsiesStellaAduniHflud Laura Be an optimist. Matherly mid Muss re Hubert Spry with Miss Uessie Kerr at this Cut a bottle of Pr. King's New Discovery and Asa Kerrj, spent 'Saturday place. Mr. Leonard been attendiiTj: hcI0)1 ilatjly, who has