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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): May 27, 1915 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1915 cla1915052701_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 27, 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. 0 " X ! . 4 THE M. ( Can LAY We (IT Y TIME S. the SurrouMfyig- P. O'MARA, Owner and Publisher are Here to Help Clay City, Country and Ourselves. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. VOL. XX. GLA.Y OITY. ICY".. THURS T MAY Ti. J 91 5. NO. 21 Endeavor Program Subject fot Sunday, May 30, "The Call of Foreign Missions." AH Leader, - A. M. Burgher. will be expected to give members some good thoughts on the Judge Benton Opens Campaign. Judge Benton opened Ins campaign for the nomination for Circuit Judge or thiH district, at Winchester last Monday, and the opera house was crowded to the doonto hear him. Judge Hen-to- n spoke for two hours, outlining his career on the bench and refuting many of the "campaign lies" that have been passed around by some or those op posed to him. He explained the attitude of some who are working against him. and left it to the voters to say who was right. Tt is quite probable that Judge Benton will address the Powell county voters within a short time. A Dog Fish? A huge fish, with a beak like n bird's extending u font, from its head, which burked like a dog la it. ntt:inlfpd :i rnwhnht with filif. Sdi,'rM,tA':n,-...it a scribed Here as thev "monster" which fought a t wenty-niinbattle with Arthur A. LeunoH, a Joliel merchant, and Lent Northern, proprietor of the Hotei Monroe. The fishy light was witness-efrom the bank by Harvey E. Wood, Mayor of Joliet, who he saw the creature leap from the water half way into the boat, bite Northern on the leg, and heard it bark furiously. Ex- ute d de;-clar- .a RELIGIOUS. Hev. L. F. Mann will preach Christian church next Sunday the fifth Sunday this month at eleven Mill at the Vaughns Subject, for discourse, o'clock. "The Two Covenants." You Can Dodge an sickness Miss Kabele was not able that is a great art. The program of to teach for several weeks. She the evening was intersperxil with II t.I fll Slttrtiiltl4 fntm l'ruf ltitt. had to undergo an operation and llin I I.... I.,.. M,., ;..tr,,i., Lir'a At Kokomo, Indiana, a few IMM'T visit, have the bone removed from her IlMIIIUUIl Llll liri.t'N III days ago the superintendent of Mrs. Hull of riiumi ittiiiiiu iiii I nischool held a spelling contest. ing her many relatlveidf riends .... ...... p. " " . . . .... ......... i me year. mi wnen sue was Here. nigiii ca Every person of the city was in Stanton this Weeks' musical recital, it was lar ahov p i nii in . . in eligible and six hundred took Miss Ethel Hurst otjicksnn is test. Of. that number fifty-twwas struck bv lightning last Sat-- that Mrs. .Sleeth has done ith visiting her friendjipnMss Anna made a perfect score. '! uroav aim set. ire to- t ne hen in i"T-- . Clark during Comirfanci'ment. eol- one of the rooms The fire was tion, the linest music teacher tinNewspaper nien, doctors, lawlege has ever had, and we hop that. Mr. and Mrs. Arjdrgyy Yocuin soon put out but that members yers, merchants, teachers and efforts Creek arejwthe proud of the family escaped death is a special stay in will he made to .ndm-iher to scholars submitted lists of twenty of Hatchers two'braSdfnew Stanton. boys miracle. Miss Laura Morton was Saturday night Dr. Johnson deliverwordseach and from that total possessersof e'nirjyr Monday stunned by the bolt as she was ed a splendid lecture on the lly. It twenty words were selected. The which arrived, morning. ffa&t very close to where it. struck. was illustrated with stereopticun views complete list with the number by Prof. Eiirlc Sleeth. Mr. and Mrs. BenSewell of All in the house felt the shock. of times each word was'misspell-leKev. T. II. Uauiiut of llloomington, Jackson came dovfcnunday for Some weather boards were knock, Ind., preached the ISaccalaurcatc follows: Miscellaneous, Sunday morning and nUo preachcalendar, 822; parallel, 27!; priv. a visit with Mr. 'and.jjf rs. Win. ed nil' but otherwise little dam-ag- e ed at the night service at the l'rcsby was done. ilege, 270; superintendent, 2 IS; Hard wick. Ben ylfairfted to his terian church principle, 242; niece, 223; lose, worn at tne b.nMlfig.y. Deposit fons were taken Tues Monday night the (!old Mrdal con 201; separate. 106; disappoint, Jimnu'e WilltnigliWpf Hatch- - day at the Court House bv M. A test brought out. a splendid crowd, and" 177; disease, 101; principal, 1 12; ers Creek had thjrfntisfnrtune to ai'nst the't',u"ve l'Hll,IH ladies entered in th- Phillips, attorney necessary, 1517 ; business, 180; fall on a snagwjjjch Jljiit him in (."iiui:. ii iiciiii;i iili. Xllllllia, t:iinmunt. Miss Heatrice Hlount was 123; receive, 109; truly, the face inlicmg;a terrible lacer-atioand the others succeed in dissolv- the; winner, but all were good and det5; government, 81; grammar, ing the present state of ali'airs serve great credit for their work. 70; believe, 78. were Itev. T. II. Ilanna, ltev. between the college and the state Mrs. V.riii.l Atk inson "f Beat! One woman, who made a perdown this week visitini: little matters as the college will Mr. Uarletou and the writer. was fect score, had been a servant for with her parents at. Filson and. goon next year, so Prof, lianley Tuesday night the graduation sixtythree years and had only her manv friends a rod relatives exercises took place and the rain .mnounced at the close of the eight weeks schooling. A county in Stantqn. graduation exercises. Practically that came up just at the time official, who had been in business when people were ready to start Miss Palmer of Mi'dnlefield was everybody in the county was glad all his life, missed every wor I. kept over half of the people away. Beatrice Blount to know that we will not lo6e the It looked for a time as if there Another man only got one right. visiting . Miss iM One woman missed all but three. this week. college. would be a terrible storm but Miss Sylvia Skidnjte of near Here are the words, arrantred it denied up somewhat so that a C0MMENCEA1ENT EXERCISES. f 'WO sentenced 'Mt. Sterling 19 vtMnfe her many fair sized crowd was out. The ' ''ie f,)r" Thishaseionu busy week of o gnuUuUesu w.ere. Anna. Clark, Iffrelhteffi ect ii res' , ball iia s , enTeCThi n i e dictate the sentences to you, mencement week. giimes and addresses. On Thursday Maxaline Johnson and Cliarlev write down the word and see how night the English class of the college Crowe. Their orations showed Mr. and Mrs. John Davis and gave an many you misspell : entertainment conxisting of talent and care in their preparadaughter, of Lima, Ohio, are there are so "The privilege of separating visitini: Mrs. Davis' parents, Mr. original productions. Athis week the tion and were well delivered. many things to report ninety miscellaneous calendars, Kev. T. II. Ilanna gave a good and Mrs. Alice Norton this week. writer will have to be brief but he arranged m two parallel hums, wants to commend each one who took address, as did Prof. Ilunley, in Dave Lucas was given the part. The story by Nannie I'oiiders presenting the diplomas. Cliai-lewas against the principles of the custody of u boy at Winchester was fine anil we all enjoyed it. We superintendent, so his niece, not Crowe, as high honor gradcouldn't, understand what Heatrice to disappoint the government, who had been sentenced to the was reciting to scolarship to uate, received a us. whether it was a nor cause it to lose business, re reform school for stealing a bi- love poem or something serious but Muskingum College. moved the principal calendars cycle. The boy remained with from the wav she gave her (iermau and thus relieved her uncle of a Mr. Lucas two days and then lit poem it held our attention to the last. Mr. Herbert Jones gave a prophecy strain which might have brought nut for parts unknown. Dogs Kill Sheep. forthe year L'OjO which we hope will on a disease, men site Delieved it Mr. Van Tipton of Koslyn i linn ik gui j n.n. uiumkm Ju(, w c, Tavlor, of Clark had become truly necessary for spent several days here' visitini: suffered a severe I,.. her to receive her instruction in with his former school mates and ions it loU doubtrul now. Miss Opal .Monday night when dogs got a splendid poem. What-friends during Commencement Fraier pivedoes is always fine and' to his sheep field and killed and grammar" Opal week. o.) sliwm uml Inmhs. she doenes credit. Miss.Ianie Folks us u Mory that is far ahead of isliptno from told I lingo wen. Miss Mable Kwen mi's Unci; is. N. Old Papers for Sale at The many that we in the story magateaching school at London, Kv., zines mid she n ill some day he a great was als raided bv the dog and Times Office. after a very successful years authorc.'". if hc continues thN line of II ewes and lambs killed. Tw t VI (,. work. Her decription of the moun- of the dogs were killed. work. tains w as vivid mid real to us. Of This makes a total of Ii.'! !ieiMrs. Clarence AtkWsnn and course (ieorge Dericksun was good. and lain w killed in Clark '.h'y daughter Marion, of Beattyville, He aluavs is. (ieorge knows Imw to make people laugh with his wit and intwoday are spending Commencement week visiting her parents Mr. . 4. . .;. ;. .j. ;; 'V ; i' i' and Mrs. James Eweu and other You Spell? STANTON (By P. 0. DcrtWRA- - 1 Lexiitfjs - LI I - i -r i o 1 i i - - - d JJO-1- ; e, iRj. n. s - re-- tit"-'- I . I . '', 1 m-ev- !,.,;,., - - friends in Stanton. 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 Misses Julia and fin lull Kobins of Hatton Creek took the. teachers exiiiiiina ion at jMoiehend Friday ami Saturday and both reciiyo,d second class certificates. t $ On This Bank in vites lew cco u nn M. I We trust that there will bea number who will go. to Nadu Sunday to the District Sunday School Convention. Services promptly as soon the train arrives (here and din uer will bo served so that thos.0 who whIi to return tint day can duso. The Nada people are look-Difor a splendid crowd, as g will commence the basis of efficient service and absoute security Interest on Time Deposits handiest tool a farmer 3 Per Cent Call in and see them. II If ii Farmers' Union Supply Store Frank Ketiuon, Mgr. Miss Frances lvalielle of OnldI I ..i.i iowu, nun waH.ii.. r ueiil, - loruicr i teaclier. in our ciillegu writes that slie'is doing fine in her adiool work now. She has a splendid position in a (own "near her- for Jhc couiii year. On tjcooiint of - Clay City National Clay City, . Bank Kentucky. J f1 THE A TIMES. Vc ANNOUNCEMENTS For Railroad Commissioner. Democratic Newspaper eighteen Years Old The Best Weekly in this Section M. are authorized to announce H. G. 0 AH RETT is a candidate for Railroad Commissioner in the Third Railroad Commissioners District. Subject to the action of the Republican primary August 7, 1915. For Circuit Judge. Wc are authorized to announce W. R. SHACKELFORD as Candidate h Cooper Tells N Why Tanlac is Popular : Because the Preparation Contains Real N erit, ?Hc x P. O'MARA, .p "If If-lfa- Says in Statement. N - OWNKR AXD PUBLISHED Vcd mail mat- as second-clas- s the Post Onice at Clay City, uler the Act of Congress ol 3, IS7U. for the Democratic nomination for Circuit Judge of the Twenty-fiftJudicial district. Primaiy election August 7, 1915. We are authorized to announce i.'h A HO.MK-.- M ADE IWl'KK. MAY. 27. J. M. BEN'TOX. if Winchester, Ky., as a candidate -- THURSDAY, 1!i: for the Democratic nomination for Circuit Judge in the 25th Judicial district. Primary election August 7,1915. For Circuit Cleric. NOTICE! We are authorized to announce 0. N. 0UOv E IMtie Hard wick Aci Tltfs. is a candidate for Circuit Court Vs. Clerk of Powell Count v, subject I) Its f?ntit hey Lacy Arc, to the action of the Democratic! All persons having t'lniius aga primary, August 7, l list the estate of A. M. Swniiiin. Deceased, are hereby nntilien We are authorized to announce MARION ATKINSON iiiid required by law to (ile sauu with the undersigned Maiter (Join is a candidate for Circuit Court niissioner of the Powell C ircuit Clerk of Powell county, subject Court, at his office in the court to the action of tin Democratic primary, Auirust 7, 101f. house in Stanton, Ky., on or he tore the Till day of .Mine, 1015. For Representative. and all claims not so proven ano "Wc are authorized to announce. filed l)y saiil date shall he barrel A. M. LOWE s the distribution of said estate in as a candidate for Representative ROMULUS JACKSON. to the tested. Master Commissioner Powell C. C. from this district, subject action of the Democratic primary, August 7, 1915. . been successful with TanJtt".Bays L. T. Oobper, "it is because the preparation ciiitainsj,rehl merits. 4,T,inrn"h the result of many years of arduous study by my prineipid.iclwjinist. In fact, the two of us have carefully watched its development from the beginning of the. experimental tests to its present hi;h stuteof efficiency. "In cases oT catarrhal aU'ections of the liiiiciisV membranes, stom ach liver, and kidney complaints, I believfr-theris nothing so fur discovered that will equal the a lion of Tunbic. "Everjmd iiiipn someone suggests something1 that may tend to better our conditions, whether it inayifppertaih to our health, uisiness, or our sociological state. It hasjt therefore, been my pleasure thisjiine to idler to the, world Tan lac. . "When I came'to Louisville, I stated that the success of the! niedi'.ine would be as great in this city as it wus elsewhere. I ottered Tanlac upon .its merits,! knowing full well' that it would prove satisfactory if 'properly! e I ho success the preparation has achieved here in Louisville is ample evidence that my confi dence in'Tniibiu is well placed. "A large percentage of vour best people are now using the preparation, aiftl they are daily testifying to its excellent worth us a medicine of exceptional value in instances of catarrh, stomach, liver, and kidney derangements, nervous debility, anil in cases wnere a superior tonic is required. "'Tis true'tliat thedeinnnd for Tanlac has been iarge, but no larger than I had expected. Louisville is only awakening to un appreciation of the full value of such a- prepruratien. Tanbic's success m your eity will be even Where Parents Lack. Ifythcro were better team work at home, n daughter would grow up to become n wife thnt only the idiot o would desert, and the son would a husband that a wife would cling to tilt kingdom come. Parents ought to raise their children by hand more and be sure that they use their hand in the right way. Houston Post. FOR SALE Que Axminstcr nig 0x12, some odd chairs, etc. All in good order. Cheap. K. C. SMOOTH. if Stallion College Dormitory. - greater. Tanlac, the premier preparation, is being introduced in Clay City bv Eaton and A; McGuire and in Stanton at Hardwick oc Co's. Neuralgia Pains Stopped Of down Bourbon Poultry Curo a chick's throat cure capes. A few drop In tlio drink-In- ? water cures and prevent i diarrhoea, cholera and other chicle diseases, Oni Mo bottl'? makcsljcallonsotniedlclne. At all drurelstvorbv mail noslosid t. mo? '.. Valuable poultry book tree. sauna'! remeqt co., uncion, Sold by the SUPPLY CO. You don't need to miller those FARMERS UNION Ky. Clay City, agonizing nerve pains in the face, head, arm, shoulders, chest, and back. Just apply a few drops of iiiimortt .11. cunl lillur Klft.m'a .f .l.lllll. ..I , lin . ......... .. quietly a few minutes. You wilrfget such relief and comfort! Life' For fine Watch and Clock and the world will look brighter. Get a bottle ounces for REPAIRING '25.. at all Druggists. Penetrates or any work in my line, I will without rubbinr. be glad to have you call on me a - to-da- Colossal Russia. Russia is larger than all ot North America. S. V. LARISON Kentucky Clay City, We arc authorized to announce T. J. PONDER . It can be said that .Jud::e lien-to- as a 'candidate for the Republican has u walkover in .Icsmi mi in- nomination for Representative utility. The editor of the Sun from this District. Primary Aubus often he ml that this e mty gust 7, 1915. stood solid forjudge I'e iton, but leared that it was probably ton We arc authorized to announce B. P. IIATTON good to be true. However, as as a candidate for the Republican Monday was court day there, we for thought we would make a trip to nomination district, Representative subject to the from thh learn if this was the fact, and action of the Republican primary, were ureutly gratified to know August 7, 1915. that th? re ort had not been We are authorized to announce We know that nil the A. T. STEWART counties in judg" Kenton's dis trict are goiug to roll upniceiin as a candidate for the Republican jorities for biur, but we are sure nomination for Representative' for that ilessuinine will do nil) re than this district. Subject to the action of the Republican primary, its part in giving him one of the August 7, 1915. lurgest majorities a candidate ever ha. I. We are authorized to announce During the dayXve interviewed ALBERT EASTER t ui'iuber of the most prominent as a candidate for the, Democratic men in. that county and we were nomination for Representative for unable to find a single man who this district. Subject to the acopposed him. Winchester Sun. tion of the Democratic primary, August 7, 1915. n Jessamine is for Benton. John 1!)efere NoV 999 Planter "OBLIQUE SELECTION" is the name given this perfect seed droping device which repealed t.sts show is as far ahead of the old edge drop as the edge drop was ahead of the round hole plate. It takes its name "Oblique Selection" from the fact that the surface of With the old the. hopper bottom and the openings to the seed cells, are oblique or sloping. edge drop tim kernels bad to be tipped on edge before they could enter the cells at all. The weight of the corn in the hopper interfered with this action consequently c,ut down the accuracy. I5y,':doing away with tho necessity for tippiug the kernels over into a narrow, seed channel and having in its pluce the gradual sloping wulls, the weight of the corn, or gravity helps instead of hinders the movement of the corn entering the cells of the seed plate. Each cell therefore tills more readilj. iWjth the new John Deere Oblique Selection, the seed is handled in more natural and ; siiiipieiiianner. It lias been culled the "Natihial" dhop because the kernels of corn a,s they lie oiivthe bottom of the hopper naturally move toward and slide into the cells. In other words, with this drop the weight of the com is turned to advantage. Nothing will ever take the place of accuracy in a corn plnnter. The shrewdest corn growers have realized this for some time and the oeniauit for corn planters that will demon-strat- e their accuracy in drop has steadily increased. Do trot buy any com planter without testing its drop for accuracy. -- ver-jel- e r2x VARIABLE DROP ENCLOSED GEARS How's This? We are authorized to announce We oiler Ono Hundred Dollars E. H. McOLONE Reward for unv ease of Catarrh as it candidate for the Republican In- Hull's that iMimot lu nomination for Representative an ii uure. for this district. Subject to the , . j l m action of the Republican primi .money oc uo., ioieuo, u ary, August. 7, 1015. the uiiderigned, have . vjounry lor mu nisi ni 33rd Judicial District. uiiu ouuuve iii in per- ectly lionoruhlo in all business We are authorized ti announce I11K1II RIDDELL transactions unci financiallv able to carry out any obligations as candidate for the Democratic nomination for frctilt Judge for made by his firm. the ri'lpi judicial district, National Hunk of Commerce, Breathitt, Estill, Lee and Toledo, O. Wolfe counties. Subject to the 11. ill's Catarrh Cure is taken action of the Atigujt primary. internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surface of WHEN YOU WANT l ho system. Testifuonials sent A SHAVE OR HAIR CUT tree. Price 7i cjmts per bottle OR ANY SmiIiI ly all Druggists. TONSORIAL WORK Take Hull's Family Pills for lonstipaMon. GALL ON I 1 coin-prisiti- - This planter has a varinb'le drop, consisting of gears constantly in mesh, and with this device, two, three or four kernels can be planted as desired, by merely shifting the foot lever. ' Practically all other i. c, Variable Drop planters are only they Vary the number of kernels of grain, in billing, but do not vary the distances in drilling. This is a vm,u Vauiaulii Dnoi' planter, both for iiiM.tNii and imii.uxu, as it also varies the distance in drilling as well, giving a greater variety of distances than the ordinary planter and without the so ef extra sproeklets and plates. ' All com nlateson the No. 001) I'la liter have 10 cells. Therefore, we get the same drill- ing distances with this plate as cun be obtained on other planters with the 8, 12 and Hi cell plates without change of plates, When you want a plantor that is scientilically and mechanically correct, that"' will drill or check corn accurately, be sure you come in and investigate the merits of the d ISkui-Vamaiil- k 11 John Deere qqq Grubbs OR. MAIN & . BROADWAY AND Benton WINCHESTER, Advertising" iu The. Times will pay you. If you don't believe it, let us convince you by a trial. H. H. PHERIQ0. KY. Advertise in The'Times. 0 .1 m If 9 POWELL & JACKSON Writers of all Kinds of Fire, Life, Tornado, Lightning and Hall Insurance.. We are alsovagents for the Illinois Surety Company and are prepared to do a general Bonding business. POWELL & JACKSON Llnvllle Jackson Office In Court House. Kentucky Winchester Sam W. Powell . Good Advice to SLADE. &4 Poultry Keepers Mr. Rickey, Expert Poultry man, Gives Advice About Roosters The Unreal of Animal Husbandry, working in cooperation with the Kentucky College of Agriculture, is seinlini: out cir culars urging the farmers of the state to kill off their surplus roosters as soon as the breeding season is over. These roosters, being of no use to the Hock, are the can so of much loss to the fanners, owing to the fact that the egs, being fertile, will not keep as long as infertile ones. Every poultry owner would do well to rend carefully the following article, and then net upon it. Because roosters are allowed to run with laying hens during warm weather $15,000,000 worth of eirgs are lost, to the farmers throughout the United States each year; and most of this logs oc.curs during June, July and August. For this reason raisers of poultry are earnestly asked and urged to kill or sell all matured males or confine them. in pens away from the laying hens during (he summer. Eggs that ure laid by hens not mated are sterile or infertile, and do not decay. T he fertilized eggs ppoil very quickly when subjected to the iulluence of heat and if they are left long in the nests or under broody" liens or are left in any very warm place the germs to develop, the chicks bggin to grow. These growing wU may die at any stage of develop-mejit dne.!o uiifvoniblq3foiu-ditions- '. be-si- n Wm. Swope, L it E 'gardener, was here last week putting out llowers in th6 sectl6uforetiiun's STANTON COLLEGE, KY. STANTON, Students - Admitted - at yard. , Mrs. Win. Le'dford was in Stanton last week consulting Dr. i?1 II. Johnson. ' Traveling salesman Win. Kay-bwas here on business tins week. Billie Catron of Stanton visited his nephew, Bruce Trimble, Sunday. '' Mr. and Mrs Jasper IcDaniel of Nada, visited the family of. - any - Time. I. -- One of the Best Schools in Kentucky, Courses in Agriculture and Domestic Science. Review Classes in o i f THE WINCHESTER BANK, of Winchester, Capital Stock Surplus and Undivided Profits- ' the Common Branches the 1 crm. will be Conducted throughout j Ky. $100,000 $200,000 By paying part of their Expenses vin Work, Students may get Kates at. the Ucrnntory as low as 4l Do per week. For Information Write to I. II. McDaniel SundaT N. ITolly Withcrspoon, President. W. Ii. Sphnr YOUR Cashier. ACCOUNT SOLICITED. Several from here kttended church at Nada Silturdliy; night, among them Mrs! .ford and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Adams and Messers Ed. Ceufers,' Alvin McDaniel, Ed". Eai(ffJ.. I (Me and Carlin Ewen. Misses Maude and Annie Bow-eand Ernest Faulkner took n Rev. J. C. Hanley, President, Stanton, Ky. teachers exaininatiqnfijt 'Stanton Friday and Saturday Manufacturers of- Blidit has injured, the apples ROXA COLA AND OTHER land pears here courfidl'r.ihly, we will not have more had half crop BE A TTYV1LLE, -- ROXA COLA BOTTLING WOR SOFT DRINKS KY. I Where to Eat in Winchester and They will tell you. JONES RESTAURANT Cor Main & Washington. Kev. D. II. Matliejy of Cla City will addrtWthe people here Wednesday nigh'tlfJuiie the 2nd. Elder AUtherly'lnis a host of friends herewill gladly welcome him. Hep ei ched his first sermon here at buodee church five years ago. A SUMMER SUITS If you want class and style in your sum- TRACY UTOKELY Doctor Prescription for Cough An Effective Cough Treatment mer clothes you cannot afford to overlook .s.y. Real Estate and Insurance. We liny and Sell Farm and City 1 of nil kinds.. We have some F nice farms in Clark and adjoining enmities for sale or rent. Write us Whether the embryo dies or not, the egg is useless as food and what you want. is unfit for market. If the wives We write all kinds of Insurance. TRACY AND STOKELY. Office, Main Street, Winchester, Ky. STRAWBERRY PLANTS Fruit and Shade Trees, and our offering of the remarkable Mamouth Pearl- Seed Potato.' Send for our free catalogue. H. F. Hillenmeyer Lexington, No Agents Sons. Ky. & CLEANING I AND PRESSING. One'fnurth to one teaspoonful of Dr. King's New Discovery, rnken as needed, will soothe and idwek..y,,,J-h- s, JJ'ljl ul"l the more uaniierous rsrnnuiiiai ano Lung Ailments. You can't, afford to take the risk id" serious illness, when so cheap and simple of the farmers would once realize a remedy as Dr. Kind's New 5o to how much money they practi- Discovery is obtainable. cally lose by allowing the roosters your Druggist get a botto run with the layers, they tle of Dr. King's New Dkeovery, would immediately stop the prac start t,he tr jiifinent at once. You tice. Not. one egg more is pro will be gratified fur the relief and duced with a male running with cure obtained. a flock of hens than without one, and unless the roosters are 'valuTIME TA1ILK ; 1UUU0AI able as'breeders, it is far better to dispose of them at the cud of Lexington & Eastern Hallway Cum- the breeding season and replace them with the younger stock the Eastbomiil. 1 "Westbound. following spring. If we follow No. i. this plan we can always have No. 1. Dally Dully. good, strong, vigorous cockerels Lexington & 2:30 P.M. (young roosters) for breeders, 7:05A.M. 1:45 P.M. Winhester and at the same time get rid of 7:55A..U 1:30 P.M. 8:15A..M.i I &. K. Juiic.' the care of nou producers. Lef Clay 'pity 8:45 A..M.I 1:00 P.M. us at least make the most of 0:27 A.M.! Camp. Junct. J2:22 P.M what we p issess. . tn-di- BLOOMFIELD'S SPECIALS They -- seHat REASONABLE PRICES and they are WORTH THE MONEY. Come in and Look them over. Lee Bloomfield & Co., North Main St. Winchester, Ky Hajari & Walters, WINCHIiSriiR, KY. 'A 'A We are Prepared to do -- I All kinds of Machine Work Both heavy and light. Also weld broken caslings or atiy metal that will melt, and make them as good as new. : I 'tl ft am ready to do your Clean- Good work and Pressing. guaranteed and charges reasonable. Orders left with J. Bloom will receive prompt attention. JAMES WILLIAMS. ing Constipation Cured Overnight toof night and you enjoy a full, free, easy bowel movement in the morning. No griping, for is l'odophyllin (May without the gripe. IV Apple) coirects the cause of Constipation by uiotising t lie Liver, increasing the flow of bile. Ill le is Natuie's antiseptic in the bowels. With proper amount of bile, digestion in bowels is perfect. No gas no fermentation, no Constipation. Don't lie sick, nervous, irritable. (Jet u bottle from your Druggist of I'o now and euro your Constipation 10:18 11:20 12:02 1:44 A.M.; A.M.1 Moloney n:lUA.M. . Smoke Stacks made to Order. - : Mi 1M. l'..M. A suialldose 3:an p.m.! 4M8P.M.1 No. 3. Dally. 1:45 P.M.! 3:37 P.M.' 2:55 P.M.! 3:28 P.M.i 4M2P..M. 5:UU P.M.I :00 P.M.I C:13 P.M.1 . Jackson Haddlx Ilazunl Whltesburs, McRobeits 10:20 A.M. I 9:48 A.M. I 8:00 A.M. j ALL WORK OUAUANTl:lll Give Us a Trial and See How Quick We Do The Work. C:20A.M. 5:40 A.M. No. 2. Dally. 8:50 A.M 8:00 A.M. 7:37 A.M. 7:00 A.M. 0:19 A.M. t IX'xIngtou. Winchester.'' & K. I U Chas. A. Carrithers, Do-Lu- x Jeweler and Optician, Uraifuatc ol Elgin In June, Clay City, Camp. June: Mulonuy I Jackson Quicksand; ' 5:35 A.M. 4:45 A.M, 4:31A.M. No. 6. Dally Watch and Clock REPAIRING. Prompt Attention (liven to Dull Uuslnerg. WINCHESTER KENTUCKY ? ? Always Consider QUALITY when buying Silverware. For QUALITY am DislincAion of Design, our Silverware When in Lexington be sure to call on us. Unrivalled. No. 5. Dally. 0:::u a.m.i C :47 A.M.; 8:48 A.M.I 10; 43 A.M.I 11:30 A.M.! Jackson Haddlx In T&M5 P.M, Do-Lu- x llaiard I 5:45 A.M 3:20 P.M 1:27 P.M, P.M overnight. i!2:45 ,W. A. KUS&HL-L- f ? ? f ? Vidor Bogaert Co., ? ? ? ? The Hallmark Store, 133135 W. Main St.. LEXINGTON, KY. RosaWa "MORE THAN WET" DRINK.. V V V For Good Uarberlng Try A. P. JOHNSON In the old stand, next to the Red River Hotel. "K P. T. M.. Louisville Old Papers for Sale Timea Oltlce. A ' at The I' r,- - 1. .,v is . .. ! N SALE ON FULL BLAST AT J. L McCORD AND I CO'S. Kentucky The BARGAINS for Mcn,'Wbmcn and Children. Greatest Sale evW htf'lcl in Winchester. LET NOTHING KEEP .YOU AWAY This sale lasts until Sa turday , June 5. Come and get your siiare-o- f the BARG A ENS while they last. j i 1W M Mrs. A.T. Whitt was slioppm in Lexington Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Iiurke, of Kosslyn, spent Wednesday with JtnlL'e und Mrs. Mann. Quite u number from here went to Nuttiral IJriduo on the excursion Sunday. Mr. una Mrs. .Inn k'imr'.n-m eiiiving jooimratulations on the arrival at their home Thursday I'lornuif:, of twin hoy?. Btiteh MeOlure, formerly first rick operator here, hut who is now located at Lexington, was iiere Sunduv. r i .ii. nun f ran, Miss Berniee Burnett spent in this issue. from Friday till Tuesday with Mr. (Jl.iude Todd, ttfprosperons her cousin , Miss Nellie Ware, at ynung carpenter of Ojay City, Stanton. and Miss Ldia Uhrittopher. poij. Eld. J. T. Turpin has citlled in ular and attrnctiW'daugii er of his appointment at Powell's Val- - Mr. II. T. Christopher of Spuur ley for the fifth Sunday, and in Springs, were Tmarried, at the stead preached there Monday home of ShtJfon McKinney, nmht. Wednesday. Tie groom is a brother of Mrs.ranklin Maigi-so:- : Miss Mahel Alherg, of Worces ,f this place. EstillTrii.uiie. ter, Mass., was the iruest of Mrs. L. I Mann one niiiht last week Will MtuinU returned Tuesday from Morgan :ounty, where he .Miss Alhorg was on heJ way t for some time perform-imihiattend the summer scliool at has-been' considerable damage, particularly in Winchester. Hailstones, or rather chunks of ice as large round as a half dollar and half an inch thick fell for some minutes and a large number of window lights were broken. At one of the greenhouses nearly all the glass was broken. Some damage was done in the count v to wheat and other crops, but the area covered by the storm was limited. VOTES FOR WOMEN "Bankrupt." The discussion on the etymology of the work "bank" In Mr. Justice Darling's court might have been carried a step further by the Illustration of our term "bankrupt." says a London paper. The old Venetian moneychangers and lenders carried on their business at a stand or bench (banca), and when one was unable to nieet his obligations his "banca" was broken (rupta). Where Nature Is Most Generous. There are few places where nuturo has hidden her gifts so bountifully as In Cuba. This 13 especially true about the tropical fruits of that region. I s Valparaiso, Ind. We have received a very inter esting letter troin Kev. L. F. Martin, formerly of Bnsslvn, hut who is now iivinir in Florida. Owing to a press of work the let ter had to ho held over for publication till next week. on busnxjsS.' internal revenue officer. MrMountz will leave in a few d'tyfur Ilarriiuan, Teni.. as ' dutbn ilie I'owell county bovs who went to Kansas a "short time a;o ds in Irvine. with the intention of mnkiii'' a tort u ne at farm work, have r. and Mrs. Joseph Mount. decided that the farther awav O I.... .iiuu oiiuuiiy !i roil) n snort from home one- cots, the harde honeymoon to Uinoinuati and the living is, and they are coining other pnjnts. back as soon as possible. Jda Jluth, the Jiltlo daughter Since the change bv which all "f .Mr. and Mrs. V. .1. Mountz, ih confined to her hed with a the heavy freight froin the qast omplication of tousilitis, inula. goes over the new lino there has been very little trouble from nu and rheumatism. slides on that road, and olliicials Lfonurd Malherlv, of Lou Lick, now think that their troubles in who has been attending school this respect ate nearly ended. at Morehead for the past vear, There has been a change made is spendiniru few days with his brother, liev. 1). II. Motherly, in the firm of J. L. Mcfjnrd and has.a Jot of friend's here Co., of Wiiichesterand in order who are always glad, to see him. to settle the business up the firm are holijjriir n mammoth sale. C..L. RUSSELL, The goods carried by McCord and kj. j, . . . iueuuneiu 1 - A good crovd from here at- tended tlo Commencement ex ercises at; Stanton College Mon day night, two.Aor three wagon parties being arranged, as well as a number, that went, on foot. and horse. AH. reported having a spleadidftiine. The Clav (Jitv Band ueut iip i(nd their excellent playingnyas greatly apreciated by everyone nresent. The lnivs have onlv bein iirnc. tising aishort tune but thev are "Uncle Joe, do ybu believe in votes niakiiitfgceat headway and by the iMiurthjbf July will bo able to for women '(" "No, sah, I don't. Manda's got ciiiiiieugo. any baud in this suction all de money dot's good for her now." of the state. ' ' Cleanness and Economy Two reasons for having your family enjoy THE YOUTH'S COMPANION as much variety in its 4 Issues a month as is given by any The Companion monthly magazine. fills the need for several publications gives tho best and saves money, American Twice as much reading twico The fea6iest way to become with your Sunday scliool vyprk is to study the Sunday Lesson each week intlio Tiiues. These lessons are prepared by. one of the best Sunday ScIi'qoI teachers in America, und are sent all over more-fahljliar Inter-natioiii- ir Save the Dayl Jim Sncdoker. an East Tenuosaeean. had been to meeting and remembered it when his mules balked at palling tbo wagon out of a mudhole. "Ok m thar, nack an' Vlieeler." lie shonted, air u it wasn't thu Lord s holy Sabbath rial' I'd lick hell nil tun vnn!" New York Evening Post. Confines Himself to Advice. You may have nhsnrvnil Mint Mm F ery Line of Its 52 Issues a Year is Clean 10 GREAT SERIALS IN 1915 250 Short Stories, Special Pages SEND Hum t"?!".1 nicliMol il oa ttxA u cater lur 1915 ,C,ei $2.03 I the country. ' ' Painting,. Puperlianglng, Decorating Reasonable Prices. Satisfaction QuarunttcU Styiwo Ctl. 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