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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): June 3, 1915 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1915 cla1915060301_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.): June 3, 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. iJurgkor JE X t. ' & x JnL Jci M. claItIcity We TIME PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. P. O'MARA, Owner and Publisher are Here to Help Clay Cltyffih'e Surrounding Country and Ourselves. VOL XX OLA.Y O.ITY OfHURSDAY, BirWday Party. JUNE 3. J9I5. TO NATURAL NO. 22 BRIDflE. STANTON. (By P. O. I MiasMhSEa'ton entertained a few friendlslfnphy eveiiing.in try. eel-e- ( birthday auniver-- s ration TRewolciliad been very train. prettily decfirtejl for the occasion, and ajmost delightful even-iwas spent; by the guests, with One Hundred n ofr l The excursion train to Natural Bridge Sunday, will stop at Clay City on the return trip, for the convenience of passengers from here who go up on the regular Dcrthick.) Mr. Wiley .Skidniore of the Noith Fork country wat In town last week on business. ' I music, sjnjmmfyuid games. The Best Moonlight School Dollars for table in tl)(itiing room was The Kentucky Ifttyrntion of Wo-n- it n's Club nt tlieryrtniiunl meeting in Lexington voted todffera prize of $100 to the tenchor in Kjtffucky who should tench tho bt.--t inoonliglit teltool. the prize to be awarded through the Kentucky Illiteracy Commission, Frankfort, Kentucky. Here is n clmnco for some tearlier to add u lumdred dollars to Ilis galiiry, mid for ninny teachers to help others and to help Kentucky. Go in and win this prize. Mn. Tet Hull of Pulaski County is visiting her ninny relatives and friends in mid n round Stanton. K. II. I'nller was acquitted nt his examining trial tmturiliiy for the shooting of A. Walker. Miss MuDill returned to her home in Ohio Monday of this week. .She will not return to us hut will he married this fall to Mr. lluck who taught in our college Inst year till he was taken sick with typhoid fever nnd.lmd to return home. We wish them well when witnVferns and flowers and, with tliejcjike and candles, presented ajlvery pleasing ap- jpearance. jMiss Eaton is a very charming hostes, and those present thoroughly enjoyed Thecguest were Misses Ethel Juliiiapn, and Eannie Muuntz, ifnOji'Mefisrs. John 0. ' Vorderbrueggetl, J. fl. Koberts and Edgar Qurry. vthem-selve- s. the great event comes olT. Mis-.el'aisley and Carver accompanied herns far as Lexington where they went ii have their eyes treated. s E. B. McGIone Candidate for the Republican nomination for RE PRE SEN TA TIVE. Mr. E. B. McGlotie, whose picture appears above, is a man whose character and qualificatious.niakelum. all that the people of the Powell Estill L.egislative'Distric't desire in a Representative. He was bDm and reared'on a farm in. Carter 'county, Ky., and is 33 years' of age. His father was a farmer in ordin- ary circumstances, and he is one of a large family of children. As a farmer boy he was faithful and indust i nis.and was known throughout the community as a model youth? Early in life he became identified with the timber interests in Eastern Kentucky, He is one of Eastern in which business he is still engaged. Kentucky's most loyal sons audto man has worked harder nor done more to build up his native section. He has lived jju this Legislative district for fifteen year;. Four of these years were spent in Estill county at Ridgewood, but for the past eleven years he has lived in his present home in Powell county at Clay City. sKolIow Mr. McGIone through his career from boyhood up, during his childhood in Carter county, in his schooldays at the Morehead Normal, as a business man in Estill, and "now as a citizen of Powell, and you will not find a spot or blemish on his character, and no man that he ever wronged. He is strictly ternperate, a Christian both in profession and practice and is liberal towards his own and other churches with both his time and his means. For some years he has been a4eacher of the Adult Ujble Class in the Christian Sunday School at Clay City. He is devoted to his wife and children, faithful to his friends, accomodating to his neighbors and loyal to his party. Mr. McGIone is a man of splendid education and besides is widely read and well posted on all the issues of the day. The district possesses few men of greater ability. Mr. McGIone has no selfish interests to promote in making this race. He has a true citizens pride in his district's welfare ana interest enough in its affairs to want it to be properly represented, and has devotion enough to his party to answer its call, This is the district where his children were born and where theys Sane and sound on all moral issues are now being reared; this is where .his interests are and where, and strictly in favor of education for fifteen years, he has been an unselfish servant of his party nud good roads. uud a prominent figure in all of its councils. He, naturally, feels DisIn him the Est ; that he is .entitled to the nomination which he seeks, and the will have w man who will trict 'thoughtful people of the district think so, as well. conduct himself with becoming ltpSiur the sou- of a farmer,. and bavin? been n fnrmr l.i... ' sobriety, dignity and integrity, .t "v teelf, ha knows the needs of the farmers and will stand for their and who will be on tho alert to r $ lintereTts.. lie is aucceKsful business wajch tlip interests of Ins district the I.ecfsr ' llatursnc,eds most atlhis time. Only practical business met IiuiillwIiQ will nudmibtedly bring aav put the finances of the state on a sound. business basis,' He is tr it honor aim, creuu. -, -- -' - Ilardwicks Creek, llofslyn. ' Har&tlck's Creek. The stork paid a visit, at tho home Filson, Dundee .md other points to of Mr. and Mrs. Tilden U.i.idill, Xiidn, who attended. Dinner was of Waltz, this county, Inat, Fri- provided on the grounds and a splenWilliamsTiVVSlftolin, who have. day night and left three fineigirl did picture whs taken of tho crowd. II and gas oil' babrea'with Mr. and Mrs. Oaufill. been drilling Misses Xora West, Maude Ilowen. nfy Tipton and .Mri'Oaudill, who is a prominint Gladys Welch mid Mr. Ezekiel the farms o1 at. received lirst class cirtilicates in ILird wick's merchant, and a brother of our Harrison tho state tetichers examination held Greek, have'sr up, having Post Master, Mr. J. D. Caudill, Inst week. Maude Howen received the KJH 'l'lw,. nn.. and J. N. Caudill, of this place sunk two highest grade. Miss Thompson would went about IV ei and nit traces is receiving many congratulations Iikvo received the highest grade but ,u'n brffh proper of gas werelfp from his friends. The little she was not acquainted with Kentucky liee, it is rjJ&fftiibI$ tb suppose ladiqs, who have been named history. She received grades nbo;.' her that further $vbfpjurient, might Tina, ina and Nina, and their 05 in most all the papers. There were 20 who took examination, with 7 have had Sttrfresults. These proud mother, are doing nicely. second class and 9 failures. k Morehead Mountaineer. In the census report justVjompleted er jroperti&j$tnat neighbor; in Powell County there aro lrll white hood, and will probably sink test una or our uusiness man was mules and 1002 white females, 31 colorwells on some ofthem. 15 females. Of tin's visited a few days ago by an ed males and number there aro 135 illiterates. It itinerant vender of hair tonics, will be a great day in our country Appreciates The Times etc., and not quite believing all when wo shall wipe out this stain, and that was claimed for tho tonic and thoro shall be no one in the county Peebls, Ohio, May JJl.lDIo which he was persuaded to buy, who will not bo able to rend or writ" With Editor Uliiv City Times: tried it on his moustache, with with all our splendid day schools awl Enclosed find $1.00 for Clay the result that where he had a schoolsthe establishment of moonlight we trust that everybody in th Oitv Tiuiev to Muy M, JU1U. luniisome fascina-tor- , county will with us ai:d he now has a black one. It raise Kentucky's btaudard in education Your ptipor "iig)ne of th.t most interesting aiid1' newsy papers is said that his wifo refused to among the states of tho Union. Wo admit him to the house that were almost at the bottom a few years that conies to my desk. night when he went home. At ngo but we aro fast climbing to the Yours sincerely, top and we can soon say to the world any rate, he was seen, for the that every adult person in Powell Chas. G. Mann. first time in mouths, rambling County can rem! and write. Light n iiii: struck an oil tank around the streets at a late hour A social gathering was provide for tho containing 230 barrels of oil on that night. and friends of liich- ard Crow'o at tho home of the writer Uetiolda farm near Campion, the SuperintenilentSchirmer of the Tuesday evening. About 00 were nrt- setting the oil on lire and burn s jut and nil hud an enjoyable ing three tanks and an oil derrick, Orphans' Home, is teaching the Gaines and music enlivened the time. time, which belonged to the Derrick-Iseinu- boys Nature study, and trr that and ice cream and cakes wore served. Oil and Gas Company the end has secured a collection of Wo were all glud to see ltichnrd buck Hazel Green snakes, all of which have been and to know thut ho had done so well loss about .fS00. caught by the boys. Among them u Johnsons lliblo College at Kimber- Herald liu Heights, Tenn. At tho request of are a blowing viper, a blue racer many of his friends ho preached at tho and some garter snakes. The Christian Church Sunday night to JUDOE BENTON HERE oi e boys are greatly interested in the of tho largest crowds that has ever Judge J. M. Benton, of Win s lakes and propose to establish a been in there. Wo huve heard a great chester spent a few hours here regular zoological garden on a many compliments on Richard's tlrst sermon in btanton and we aro nil Wednesday, slinking hands with small scale. proud of him. After teaching school voters and putting in a word in ho will return to Kimberlin Heights Claims Agent O. M. Hardest-wathe interest of candidacy for the here Monday uud settled and resume his studies. nomination for Circuit Judge. Judge Hontoti- has numerous with Taulbeo Mount, for the Mrs. Mulinda Martin, ono of tho most strong friends here and this pre- burning of lib house a short time aged respected of Powell County's citizens died at the homo of la aid' substantially in ago. The firo was started by a son, Marlon in Stanton hiet Saturdayr cinct will giving hiiu u. majority in tho locomotive. morning. Sho was 71 years of ago and her husband James Murtin died four county. teen years ugo of heart trouble. There RELIGIOUS. Ilras-hear No OUFoMd on Stork Paid Noted Visit The Sunday School convention at Xadu Sunday was a xplcndid siicces-- . The house was lilted nt all the moorings. There were unite a number from Clay City, " sandy-colore- d school-mate- s n s - aro eight r o -- V 11 11 jnau,-such"- as' s' Next Sunday will be the regular thejn were at tho funeral with tho ex preuching day nt the Methodist ception of Mrs. Ciuda Ilnguii of Tho others present were Koine. Church at Clay City. There will Miiriou, John, Andrew and llert Mar bo services morning and evening. tin, Mrs. Kuth Wllloughhy, and Mrs. At the evening service a duet Kettle lioone. Mrs. Martin died of will bo rendered by two small dropsy and other complications. Sho wus a woniun unit wits loveu uy all and girls. Everybody is cordially bho had a host of friends who will miss to invited to attend. If you are a her.hisIho writer extends as tint fam ily deepest sympathy it was just member of tho Church, and love one month ngo that ho was called upon flirt lltiirdli irtii I ti ft :o in nrtitin 'to clvo , mi hia mother, tint wo foul tlmt ... ... , r ncareriuldllwu,,r t0 uy -h. II. KltChlO 1 . U. j tlm te8 tlmt aro blmlluK us thure. Mio-sourl. children living and nil of ,... - f- . J. THE For Railroad Commissioner. Wc are authorized to announce II. 0. GARRETT A Democratic Newspaper as a candidate for Railroad Commissioner in the Third Uailroad Eighteen Years Old Commissioners District. Subject to the action of the Republican The Best Weekly in this Section. primary August 7, 1015. M. P. O'MARA, OWXER AND PUBLISHER. TIMES. ANNOUNCEMENTS Come S1 moi&Sectiotis of Globe ,mz as t Tanlac DrAws Medicinal Neuralgia Pains Stopped The Mountain Star1 a diminu tive weekly published at Hazard, Isfgrowinff first, and the- - sizo of to Buffer those You don't-neethe sheet will have to be increas agonizing nerve pains in the fnce, ed shortly, in ordor to carry all head, arm, shoulders, chest and their news and ads. back. Just apply a few drops of PropertlesTrom Many PolntSfFar Away. mi' The inzrediets. or medicinal elements,' wljicjil com pose Tanlnc come from manv. remote sections of the earthlttfe'A'lpe, Apperfines, Pyrenees, Russian Asia, Europe. Jiituaica, Brazil, West Indies, Mountain States", near, the Rocky mountain, Asia, Minor, Persia, For Circuit Judge. Entered as second-clas- s ter at the Post March 3, 1879. A HOME-MADE Oflico Ivy., under the Act of We arc authorized to announce W. II. SHACKELFORD as Candidate for the Democratic mail mat-- 1 nomination for Circuit Judge of Judicial district. at Clay City, the Twenty-fiftrimary election August 7, 1915. Congress of h being driven n traveling man, became tho Winchester, roa'd a few days ago, and Had to be hauled into town by one of Eaton's teams. It takes, n man with, good nerve nerve to try and rifh a machine over any of bur roads. An automobile by a stall-cfTo- soothing Sloan's Liniment; He quietly n few minutes, lou will get Buch relief and comfort t Life and the world will look brighter. 0 ounces for Get a bottlo Drbggists. Penetrates 25.. l without Tubbing. to-da- at-al- PAPER. !l. THURSDAY, JUNE 12J5 We arc authorized to announce J.JMj, BENTON. of "Winchester, Ky., as a candidate for the Dcftbcratic nomination for Circuit Judge in the 25th Judicial district. Primary election ugust 7, 1015. For Circuit Clerk. Deafness Cannot be Cured by local applications, The Kentucky Illiteracy Commission, under the leadership of Mrs. Cora Wilson Stewart, is preparing for (i campaign throughout the state that Mill, if pontile, eliminate illiteracy frcm every county in Kentucky- - During July. August and September over V 0 of Kentucky's grentest orators, led by Governor McCreary, will invade every county and make a final rally Previous to this there will be county campaigns, in which local spenkers will explain in full the objects of the cam-- J aign. 1 We are authorized to announce 0. N. CROWE as a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of Powell County, subject to the action of the Democratic Indian, lUissiiuiEngland, France Germany, Mexico, Colombia, and ern nre among the points from which the principal properties of of this remarkable preparation are obtained?!. In the priucipul laboratory of the Cftper 'Medicine Company, no., under the'eflicient direction of Herr Joseph Trimbeach. a native Geriifan chemist, these medicinal herbs, barks, and flow- ers nre assemt d in the rough primary, August 7, 1915. we are authorized to announce The coming of the ar county, subject to the action of the Democratic locusts it primary, August 7, 1915. 4 of Powell Clerk MARION ATKINSON not looked on very seriously by the farmers of Powell county, as it is improbable thut they will strike this 'sec tion at all, but in any event, it is wise fo be prepared for them. According to the government experts, one of the best ways to prevent their damaging trees is to spray the orchards, shade trees, etc., with a solution of lime or preparation. inspected again then crated TovBhipment to points For Representative. over the Svorljdtivhere the demand We are authorized to announce requires. A. M. LOWE Tanlac, t twpremier prepara- as a candidate for Representative from this district, subject to the action of the Democratic primary, -- as they cannot reach (he diseased portion of the ear, There ts only one way tocure deafness, and that Is by constitutional remedies. Bourbon Poultry Cura chick'- - throat down Deafness Is caused by an inflamed con A tew drop Initio drink- -, dition of the mucous lining of the ing water Corel and preventother diarrhoea, cholera and boKte tube Eustachian Tube. When-thi- s Ona Mc chick, dlieaiea. At you have a rumbling sound or alldruritjU.orbyroallpottpald. imperfect hearing, and when it is enValuable poultry book free. loauo irKJT ea., trcwtoi, nr. tirely closed, Deafness is the result, be and unless the inflammation can -Sold by the taken out and this tube restored to its condition, hearing wilt be dc FARMERS UNION SUPPLY CO. normal stroyed forever : nine cases out of ten Ky. Clay City, are caused by Catarrh, which is nothing and pains takij ly developed 60 but an inflamed condition of the muas to obtain of at high standard cous surfaces. We will give One Hun of efliciency si wn by the uni- - dred Dollars for any case of Deafness caused by'catarrh that cannot.be cured form preparat) i Tanlac. by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for cirIu sterilized !ottles, made ex culars, free. For fine Watch and. Clack pressly for Hid nrpo8e, Tanlac is F. Jj CHENEY and CO., Toledo, Ohio. REPAIRING placed labeU n d cartoned. The Sold by Druggis?,752. will Take. Hall's Family pills for constipaor any work in my line, I ctire-gapisin-flam- tion. be glad to have you call on me S. V. LARIS0N Kentucky Clay City, tion, is now obtainable in Clay City at Eaton & McGuire's and in Stanton at Hardwick & Co's.- - withBordeaux mixture. K littl work- - August 7, 1915. -- Wc arc authorized to announce T. J. PONDER as a candidate for the Republican for Representative Politics are becoming more and more nomination everyday matter of discussion now. from this District. Primary Au im lis the date of the primary gets closer, gust 7, 1915. and candidates and their friends are We arc authorized to announce getting in their work in good style The greatest interest appears to be B. F. IIATTON taken in the race for Circuit Judge as a candidate for the .Republican between Judge Benton and Judge nomination for Representative Shackelford, and in the race for ICep from this district, subject to the resentativc from this district. In tht action of the Republican primary, latter race there are two candidates on August 7, 1915. the Democratic ticket, A. M. Lowe, o Kosslyn, and Albert Easter, of Wnl Wo are authorized to announce tursville. These two appear to be run A. T. STEWART ingneck and neck, with both apparently well satisfied with the state of affairs as a candidate for the Republican On the Republican ticket, A. T. Stew nomination for Representative for art, K. B. MeGlone, B. F. Hntton and this district. Subject to the- - ac T. J. Ponder are still in the rinir. We tion of the Republican primary, have not seen Mr. Ponder lately, but August 7, 1915. the other three all appear quite con fident, and all aro working hard for - We are authorized to announce the nomination. In the Circuit Judge, ALBERT EASTER .race, Judge Benton appears to have a as a candidate for the Democratic wue margin, although Judgo Bhnckol ord'a hencemen aro working hard nomination for Representative for and claim to be getting results. Judge this district. Subject to the ac Benton speach at Winchester a couple tion of the Democratic primary, of weeks ago, bus been favorably com August I, 1310. tneuted on by a large number of the voters, uud sentiment in his favor We are authorized to announce E. B. McGLONE iseemsto bo increasing. Several new candidrtcs promise to come out for us ii candidate for the Republican county judge, county attorney, and nomination for Representative other county otllcers. No candidates for this district. Subject to the have, up'peared yet for tho city officers action of the Republican prim but eversl aro said to be considering ary, August 7, 1915. the advisability of announcing. now may save your orcnara in the event of the pest getting as far west as Powell county. The Tiger Plant Setter -- 4 t -- HHIbbbbbb The TIGER ATJTOMATIO TRANSl'LANTEK makes the planter independent of the ,lou set your plants when you ge, your sprouts ready it makes no dffereme weather. ' whether the-soi- l is dry or not. cut-of1-- The important feature of any transplanter is the mecliaunm. Esunine the valve onthe i iproved Tiger valve has a Hat rubber, inch hose, which assures plenty of and 1 f The Tiger valve water when you want it and where you want it, and is n positive 4 cut-oft- other planter valves which have a rubber ball that becomes every other shape but .round after.-onseason's use. is not like e HUGH ItlDDELL candidate for the Democratic .lames Douglas and family, our nomination for limuhou county spent from the Tiirn judicial ircult Judge for district, com. Thursday of last week, to Mon arising Breathitt, Estill, Lee and day, visiting friends and relative? Wolfe counties. Subject, to the Mr. Douglas action of tho Augujt primary. in this county. stayed with Geo. W. Clark and family, and the Mountz family, WHIN YOU WANT on litirdwick's Creek. Ho re A SHAVE OR HAIR OUT ports that crops in his neighborOR ANY hood are iu fuirly good condition TON80RIAL WORK considering the. backward weathCALL ON er, although the tobacco plants are nearly all killed, While K. H. FHSRiqp, 5" COR. MAIN here Mr. Douglas called at The Times nflloe and renewed lite buliscri)ii)n for another year. Advertise in The Times. of as Bourbon Man Here 33rd Judicial District, We are authorized to announce also has lever and pressure springs to regulate depth of shoes, Therefore, it can be used on much steeper land-c- an also ,be had with fertilizer attaohment. If all the good qualities combined in The Tiger make it the very best-yjudgement demands that you look it over before you purchase. The-Tig- er Gruhbs BROADWAY AND Benton WINCHESTER, KY. 0 INHMONAL Uy SWYSdlOOL Lesson K. O. 8unilay School Course of Moody Ulble Institute, Chicago.) SELIJjns. Actlnu Director of LESSON FOR JUNE 6 NATHAN REBUKES DAVID. Samuel 11:10. 11:22-12:7- LESSON TEXT-- II GOLDEN TEXT-Cre- ate licart O God. Psalm In me a clean This Is a lesson that demands great care In Its presentation and treatment, which win differ widely according to age. For the younger the briefest sort of statement that David fell In love with Uriah's wife and to obtain her had herrhusband killed will be sufficient. With such, throw tho emphaBls upon the danger of harboring evil thoughts and the need of heart purity (see Golden Text). With adults, however, some time may be devoted to the social evjl which is such a menace to every nation, care being taken lest the .discussion become morbid, or that we neglect to emphasize the fact that the cure-i-s not in regulation or reformation but in the regeneration of the human heart I. David's Many Good Deeds, II Samuel, ? and 9. As a background for his most repulsive sin David had a long list of excellent deeds. His for a better abiding place for the ark was not according to God's will for two reasonsf first, that nn ornate house might easily corrupt, through Idolatry, the splrtuality of tho Hebrew religion; second, David was a man of war and therefore not qualified for temple building Though denied, David did not despair, but at once provided that bis successor enrr out his dsslre. . II. David's One Great Sin, II Samuel, 11:6.. David's victories over his enemleo are dismissed In a few Verses, yc hi3 s!n is set forth In detailanother evidence of the divine origin, and inspiration of the Bible. David' had followed tho example of neighboring kings and taken to himThirty-si- x for 25 Cents self many wives, evidently regarding lila fancy as supreme and himself as Dr. Jink's New Life Pills nre above the law. - David was "off guard" ' in the matter of temptation, n danger- now supplied in ous position for ail, both soldier and bottles containing '8(5 sugar coatcivilian. David had had tco long and ed whitu pills, for 25c. One pill too great a period of success and pros- - j perity after his long period of priva- with glass of water .before tion, and this led to carelessness and is an average dose. Eusy pride. David was "oft duty," indulg- - ' and pleasant to take. Ellective ing in case while Joab did his fighting. As a result he became an adulterer ft ml positive in results. Cheap and a murderer, and the record in no and economical' to ue. Get a V.'ay seeks to palliate his guilt From bottle take it dose to. nighl till this the record brings to us many your Constipation will be reltev. prosImportant lessons. Outwardly perous and his urry successful, Da- ed in the morning, for iuc , vid must have fcltjn bis heart the j spiritual blight in tne.".words. "but tho at nil Druggists. thing was evil in the eyes of tho Water-Bearln- g Lord" (v. 27 It. V.); no psalm writRocks. All rocks contain some water, but ing then. III. Nathan's Partible, II. Samuel, 6ome, such Vs the granites, caytf orily-a12:1-7- . approacbaMe amount, ardstone.; It is an evidence ot God's nrace that he sent his servant to re- on the other band, has an absorptive buke and restore this "man after his capacity of a gallon or mori.wafer to own heart." Such Is his mercy, for the cubic foot of rock and (a the" best 1ip ilnrs not will that anv should tier- water bearer of the solid rocks. ih but thai ull inlehf come to the 1 d de-ci). well-eorkedg- hss I 11 g to"-da- knowledge .of forgiveness (Kzeklel 33.11; Matthew 23:37). No parable ever had its desired effect mora quickly than this one. It brought conviction and repentance (r. 13) and led to tho "writing of the fifty-firs- t psalm. It was a delicate task set before Nathan thus to rebuke tho king, yet It reveals the essential nobleness of David In that he did not becomo angry. Nathan's task and his wisdom are revealed in his approach and in the way he led David to condemn, unwittingly, his own course of action. This was better than to begin by upbraiding and 'denunciation. Verse two suggests, God'ir-gre- at goodness to David, which made tho offense one of gross Ingratitude. IV. Thou Art the Man" v. 7a. Thus far the story Is one all too common, then and now, of the strong crushing the weak and glorying in their selfishness. What follows is the evidence of God's response to man's repentance, the parallel to which has nowhere else been found In the ancient w6rld. The glory of It is that David heard and heeded God's messenger. The whole sordid story with its resultant action on David's part brings us many priceless lessons. (1) That man who had lived a life of faith and communion fell most miserably when be neglected his duty and took his eyes off God. There is a grave danger ahead of the man who begins to trifle with sin (I Cor. 10:12). (2) Though a man fall (the godly man) yet he Is not utterly cast down. There la pardon for the vilest sinner and the most abject backslider. David's murderous hands soul found pardon and (Ps. 32 and 61). (3) A man's sins, though he may And pardon, 'will cloud 'all of his future. David felt It in his own llfe and family; both daughter and sons felt its blight (see chapter 13), and it brought forth David's immortal lament over Absalom. David's trusted friend Joined the son's rebellion and caused David great sorrow (see 11:3; 23:34; 15:21 and Ps. 55:12-14A human book would cover up, omit or seek to palliate such an act by one of the great of the earth (cf. the story of Napoleon and Josephine), yet the Dible tells all the facts to serve as u warning and to reveal God's matchless grace- and mercy. SPRING and SUMMER GOODS ,,ur Spring and Summer se-at goods are now in stock. up-to-dat- We invite you to caand see them. We'.handle new, honest prices-t- he e, honest merchandi- goods, quality and prices that will bring you back to our store when again in need of something. Our aim is to keep, as nearly as possible, everything the people want, but if we we willjget it for you. . -- haven't it .1 It will pay you to see what we have when in the market for Dry Goods Notions, Millinery Womens and Mens' Furnish- ing goods, clothing, hats, shoes, underwear, hosiery, furniture, wall paper, mattings, linoleums, oil carpets rugs mattresses bed springs, cots, beds, trunks suit cases, hand bags wood, coal and oil stoves, sewing machines harness saddles hard-yar- e queensware paints oils setids buggies wagons etc. We are varnishes farm implements sole agents for the following lines: Bos- Hart Schaffner & Marx mens' clothing; Queen Quality and ton Favorite shoes for women; Walk-ove- 'I a; ft r shoesdor men; Astor Brand mens' hats; Arrow Brand mens' shirts and collars; Pictoral Review patterns and Bain wagons. We have also a nice line of .Stetson hats in both staples and young mens. THERE'S A REASON these lines. , for the great popularity of Try them and you will learn the reason. make the mistake of will order you pay-itigso- HOW ABOUT A PIANO? Don't agent a big profit on one. We it. one on 'SI 30 days trial, and if not satisfactory will relurn it. If it suits you we save you a sum worth while on 'I he proof of ihe fit, style and service of Walk-Ove- r Shoes is the wearing. & WALK Walk-Ove- r Shoes hae no his r equal. Ask the mm Come feel, in who wears them and be sure and gel try on a pair and see how fine Walk-Ove- answer. Shoes and and VER fasiinate. n fit Mr cVin America and worn all over the world. There's a A greater tribute could not be paid to any shoe. reason for their great popularity. Sold in Stanton exclusively by us. C' WALK I STOMACH TROUBLE FOR I YEARS I 1 1 FIVE Hardwick & Co STANTON KY. HAWKS NEST M w y Majority, of Friends Thought Mr. taking other, medicines, tike his advice, although Hughes Would Die, But any confidence in it. 1 decided to did not have v i i One "Helped Him to iiave now been taking Black-Draug- ht Recovery. for three months, and it has cured me haven't had those awful sick headaches since 1 began using it. for what Black Eomeroyton, Ky. In Interesting ad- -' I am so thankful won I her. Thedford's has been Several f rntuL hero attended stomach trouble for five (5) years, and found a very valuable medicine for de-- ' the lecture nn Poultry , "Fitifilnt: would have sick headache eo bad, at rangements ot the 6tomach and liver. It Monday niulit. times, that 1 thought surely I would die. Is composed of pure, vegetable herbs, writes as follows : vices from this place, Mr. 'A. J. Hufihes Draught has done for me." Black-Draught Fanners hiUiis suction are their crops netting behind-wittlio continued wet owing to h "I was down with tried different treatments, but they contains no dangerous Ingredients, and acts gently, yet surely. It can be freely j,dlulnot seem to db.ms any Rood. be J got so bad, I could not eat or sleep, used by young and old, and should friends, except one, thought I kept In every family chest. and all my I vjjjf, Perry Mr.. I. II. MulleiiBnf Uoritetts utility h visiting relaiv s 1'" would die. Ms Bl2ck-Drau&- advised me to try quit Get a package today.' Only a quarter. s. -- ;Alox l)fthartnf.Howtl! Branch went Jo L'ftVoeeUSniHljiy on buimieBP, V- Hiedford's and m W. J. Hanks lias returned home folks at Genet Saturday linine ufler a brief visit with his night and Sunduy. ilituglitur, Mrs Mort. Faulkner at On Monday evening May Ulst Alt, Sterling. as the writer was plowing on top Judge Shackelford was calling of n yellow knoll on Maiden on his many trie mis through here Branch ho saw Brodhead A: logging train whiz by loadlust week iii the interest of his ed with women going for a joy race for Circuit Judge. Uu has u host of friends here who will ride. Robert McNabb engineer support him ot the primary in was putting them over the. road as fust us steam would carry August. them and that is prettv fast Several from hero attended when Hob is at tjie throttle. the uragio lantern sliow at Niulu Saturday night, HInitk deeds for sale at The It. F. Martiiiluul wife visited Times ofllce, 5 cents each. Ciur-rett- 's V The Place to Buy Your Goods The place to buy your goods is -- where you get the best value for your money. Try - This - Store - - For - Value - strumpnts and wllLstart practico with .tho band, at. ouQe. It js expected tlwt there will bo at least pj pieces, in the, haridj.'and under tho efficient leadership of 0 I. White they should make OlaV Citv nroud of them. Tt. linn Clay City and Hard wicks Greek been, suggested that the.', band played a good gaino of ball Sungi ve.openair concerts occasionally ' day, the t tie, in uic rauroau pari;, and it is Frauk NoweSljaB, purchased quite likely that they will do so. from Andy Barnoit.22 lots in the east eijd of townjftho consideraSLADE, tion being $2lb.'JL Quite a crowdjWeht from here J. P. Owens and little daughtor, Sunday to attend'&he Sunday Bernice, of Lexington, visited school Oonveutipnt Nada. friends here Saturday and Sunk , wm mm result-beinti- ' ?' . later dat'o. t 'A. T. Connor of;01arft't6o. U here last "week. ' r . . , The Sunday School convbntiou at Nadu, Sunday 'was'veVy well attended but tho rain kept several awayv "Wo heard some yey helpful talks on Suhdny School work and an exoellent dinner was served on ground by the good womeu of Nada. Misses Ida and Rosa Ford are visiting, the family of J. P. Owens nt Lexington the week. Miss 8-- Henry Waldpon WALTERSVILLE, KENTUCKY Ella Congleton of Lexington visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. 0. V.'illiam8 av'd day. Mrs. W. B. Congleton Saturday children left Monday for LexC. Eweji, of Mancelona, and Sunday. J. ington, where Mr.: Williams is Mich, is visiting relatives here Sins Minnie Congleton is visitengaged iu tliSf'auto repair this week. ing relatives-a- t LexingtorV. f& The new fencetput around the. Christian ChurcIiTfshort time ago, has made a wonderful improve-menbut it putVthe school fence, adjoining, to shame. t, business. Mi8se8LiIlie and'Mabel Boone, of Sta;iton, visited the family of their uncle, George Forkner, Saturday- arid Sunday aud attended Sunday School convention at' Nada "Sunday. - J. D. Butler, vho was formerly Pete Chester left last Thursday baggageman here, is now on the for Ark. where he has a good section, and has removed to one position awaiting him as mill of the railroad, houses. His wife will go at foreman. Corn and other grain are said to be doing remarkably well thugh out the county, Jb.it the wet weather has prevented work in the fields for the paj week or so. Miss Betty Browning, of Lexington, is spending1 couple of weeks 1'lilllips was the best Booster last month "and wears tliHgold watch. Who will win the next? It will be given to the individual not having won one, or who is not a relative of a winner, who casts the most votes in the Booster Club"' Ballot Box from the count of Monday, May 31st to the count of Monday, June 28th. fcer each list of articles that we sell handed in in person we shali give fifty Booster Coupons free, even though the list contains no inoro than Our boys and girls succeeded in meriting certificates at teachi- er examination. Miss Mnudie Bowen obtained first class, and Annie Bowen aud Ernest Forkner second class. Slade school, with assistance of Stanton college has put into the field some line teachers and we hope to have some more ready when needed. You Can Dodge an i whh.MrsifRIrvin: Ms3anmc 15 Born, to theTwfifehf Walter Townseud, a prett baby girl, She has been naiited;Thelma. S. V.Larison anason Cordis made a business trip io Winchest J,1'ee "ftines of aniclcs, aud to the one making'the most complete list, coupons ahd a 42 piece Dinner Set. See' .the fuller explanation giveri on the poster at our store. The list wilpbe decided by' a local . committee, i" .". JO.00O er Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. A. M iss $&Vhitt spent J! Sunday in MoreheaaV But you Can't Dodge our combination of QUALITY and PRICE. SHARPEN YOUR TOOLS We have, just received a shipment ef "Fowler Mower Knife and Tool could have. Grinders-lh- e Berenice Berrtvo.fiA.rgyl le Mr is visiting her 8 0 si'sterjilrsH. -- What six numbers in 17 7 5 15 the square, equal 41? Any number may be used as often as you . like. 13 l 11 $10.00 AVORTII OF MERCHANDISE AND. 100,000 BOOSTER COUPONS Will be given FiiEE if you are able to present to us a sheet' of paper with any six of the above numbers which add up to 41. One hundred Booster Qoupous will be given to every 'person over 12 years of age who adds up six numbers to equal 35 or more on a sheet of paper and presents it at the Booster Store. Use your brain and your pencil. Help your Booster friends by handing in a solution. ALL" SOLUTIONS must be in not later than Saturday night, Juno 10th. Attention is qalle&tq.the jf ull page ad of Bloomlleld & Co., of Winchester, in this issue. Messrs. Bloomfteld carry an immense stock of clothing, shoes, etc., and their goods are all of the best quality. They are consistent be lievers. in the value6fprinters ink, and carry an'.;adlin The Times each. weok. E. railroad company erecting a new coalhouse at the pumping station. & Z handiest tool a farmer Call in and see them. Farmers Union Supply Store Fry n I; Keunoii, Mgr. The L. Mrs. J. W. Williams (THE BOOSTER STORE) I Slides above Jackson have de layed the passenger trains qomiiigl down for the past fewulayH. Griffin Adau.i, of Waltersville and Miss Nannie Mue, Snowden were married last weelqby Syuiro J. E. Welch, the cereifionv-take- n place at the home of"'Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Pattou, atWalfers- ' ville. and Mrs. W. 4 II. Neal spent a pouple of weeks with their son Willie, on Morris Greek. 'Mr. Hanna's Green Seal Paint is a natural beautl-iiemansion r. beauty of cottage or It adds io the f 3. t I MONUMENTS If vol l nrv fhinlrinrr rf oforf-t-ro. mamm- ial to loved ones who have departed, it will be to your interest to see me. I have the agency iov one of the best firms in the business, and I will be pleased to suqmit designs and prices, r Harry Russell spuntr. Sunday and Moudav at Morehead. A. y t y t t f D. H. Clay City, riatherly Kentucky t t Fitch and faniily, of Jackson, spent the .earlypart of tho week with friends. here, Quite a number of people visit- ed (tie cemeteries Decoration, Day, and decorated thejgraves of C. J. Gpgcp Seal Paint m mi Ih".. HlililiUiilHii T.I Hanna's loved ones who had passed away. Soine of the graves however, hok Bdly neglected, and we. would suggest flint a day be to have everyone go to the.cemetery and clean it up, putting it in a more prestmtuble condition. Wo will be pleased to hear;frotn any set-'asu- made according to a scientific formula tho result of years of investigation and test. It is the BEST. "Made-to-wear- ". is prepared paint, 5 Forty-nin- e colors. Sold by of our readers vreiiardiiifthjs, , pose and Chrysanthemums. There are nearly eight hundred Several wore of thejjoys, and; about a ventilating system for his air known varieties of roses and raere1 castles. L03 Angeles Express. than four buadred chrysanthemums ,men around town have ordrediiH Well Supplied. Anyway, a man never baa to worry "EATON & McGUIRE, Clay City. ; L YLE & G0., Stanton. PUBLIC NOTICE Our Big Sale is now on in Ml blast. ROME SEE FOR YOURSELF. Bargains for everybody. A chance of a lifetime to My goods at your own price. LET NOTHING KEEP YOU AWAY Remember1 thai Saturday, June 5, is the last day 1 i of this great sale. J. L PILOT here- - McCOgD AND Winchester were ami. Oorh crops are looking line in attended this', neighborhood hut owing to Several from IhetWft weather; the weeu"fi are church at Nadu Sunday. also mukingjxreat headway D. (J. ami Hershell ilaU made Born,' to tfie wife of Herman a business trip to South Fork Monday. iff k been in rlie hospital for son.e HIS time, is expected to return soon. ' Old i 4. !. .ttotl" on Exhibition. " ' . ,. - - ; Mrs. John Ashley left for Jack son Sunday to seejiu eye specia-Isi- r t. Pitts, a fine.boy. e. m Rogers in on tlie $lek list T. A. Hall went to Thursday, on business. Kadlc.il VP J, ' JJnrrell, the little son of Mr. and Mrs. Shirloy.SparUs, is very ill this writing. Albert. Stewart's Friday'ftveiiiug, the blaze Campbell were guests of Mrs. burned cntching from the 6tovo" while II. 0. Biker S m iiy. dinner was beintr prepared. Very little of. the household goods Mrs. Ualoigh Kaston, who lias at in Perry county, made a shorttrip home last week. house was ' Mm". T. A. Hall an,d MrsBelle Harvey Ashley, who is working - In llie Jol)by if tlupostntllee is to lit) st;i;n"01(l Mott" nliitA tlio "Slick Duek" nsTlnrgeiis life niitl twice sih naturul. She was foaml Iiy Deputy Collector S. 1$. Williams aml Deputy .Marshal John Huberts on betttlajrwaod uf I.Oht creek und linviiii !iel jiised in liumoral the hoys null law violation mutter thought it best to iinvst her in her unholy iiiul illicit hsisbiess and hrin her away from the scyne of all her revels, it is snid tlw yjw the basis for sjirinj;. that Countv the never-failiii- K Attorney South btroiiKiuncovered lat 'winter, and well she.juight be as bite n copper Hy the side is a of the Slick Duck sits a small and battered compmiioa for whose dilapidated uppearauee the Slick Duck ttceius to have contempt. Jacksen Times, -forty-gallo- a.. I K $ On V3 t I This Bank lnvitesNewAccounts - $ ; j ! Raise License on Soft Drinks. Uio (Jity Uouncihjn special ses-sfo- tt J ! the basis of efficient -I service aud absolute security 3. Per Cent Interest an Time Deposits t . ... j Clay City National Bank Clay City, Kentucky. Monday nighrj passed an ordinance making the license for the haudting and selling of and Malt Mead; at $1,000 per year, and restricted the drinks, to be sold in tho territory which had been occupied by the saloons, it Is understood that three licenses Imilj. previously been Issued for t hanselling of Maltinn in January Ijjst, uud that holders of these licenses would refuso topay the increase license and would take tho. matter to the Oourts. Tho new tjjhuanco ttli other ordinance nnd be. comes effeCtivo at, iice. What the outcome will bejjs only ft Mai-tin- a -ls SHAGGY of his room an animal that has suddenly appeared in it. He says it is Disconcerted the Tired New York shaggy and has four legs, and whines Business Man, Whose Window like a dog, and " Was Open. "Yes" after a pause "he fays it, business man from out of is a dog. But he wants someone tol . A tired town entertained a party at supper hurry up and get it out." It turned out that the room tin on Thanksgiving eve iu one of the Broadway restaurants, and he was tired man occupied has its sill almost still more tired when he awoke late on a level with the roof of the palm garden, and that the woman who. yesterday in his room at the Waldorf. owns the dog had a room on the A dull light came in from the court same level. Doggie slipped out of upon which his window gave, and it window for a promenade and. served to increase his feeling of latit- her finding the man's window open, ude. Perhaps, he reflected, a sedadropped in to pay a call. Xcw York tive would help some. Times. So ho got up and groped his way into the bathroom, found the bottle The Blli:u Optimist When a man with noticeabte I iilous with the medicine in it, and rcturwd to where the icewater was. Whilo eyes and liver spote on the projections ot .his face "luyb h.tuHelt cut' to talk ho was in the act of measuring the optimism to us something scuiun o dose a dark object intruded itself be- whisper to us that he is uluftui: hlai-sel- l tween tho outside world and him. lot us) for suae little purpuric 11 lieu t bll.uus per He stared at it. It was shaggy. He liiu own Uecaui-i boa tullts opltinltia. his convurtKit'let out a whoop. suggests a hiipciircfctni o of expui-torDropping the holtlc and glass, he motlvat.cu, m to speak. Milwausprang to the telephone. A friendly kee Sentinel. little whine was somewhat reassuring, but his nerves were uustrung. Kcr Sunocstlon. "Sometimes I think." roHwrkcd the Therefore it was that a moment later . the clerk in the olliee downstairs was timid young man In I ho parks- t'uu.-"that If 1 er hr.d nxincy 1 would getting this message from the clerk it get married." "Well," wuipG4jd of that floor: the dear g'iI who was rcupy'iiK lh" "The gentleman in 399 says he other end of the sofa, "why dou'l yo i wants somebody to hurrv and uvt out try aud or bonow tone?" VISITOR WAS e - t5$ RICHMOND, KY. A TRAININQ SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS Courses lending to Elementary, Intermediate and I.lfo Valid in all Public Schools ot KenKuto C'ertlllcutoa. Courses and ltevlew Courses. Tuition tucky Freo to Appointees. Two splendid dormitories, new rnodd ccliool, new manual training building, practice school, department of agriculture, a well equipped Uumettlo Science. First Term begins gymnasium. September 7. Booond Term November 10, Third Term Fourth Trm April 6, Summer School opens January June 11, C'atuloguo Free. j. j. CHAHUli, PmUrnl'. - -- 'V rj imitter.of conjeotunijp-il- t. liiig'Oiizetti. ' bter s lil f . Mm Style and Quality Those are the essential points of Hart, Schaffner & Marx clothes for men. We carry a complete line of these clothes in IIST" 4 every desirable color and in styles to suit business and professional men as we'll as young men who want the very latest in mptropolitan styles. Quality shows in every inch of the goods, and i in every stitch that is put into them. " miwwiA Copyright ILirt Schaffner i liars The prices of Has t, Schaffner & flarx suits range from $18 oomne We ll 1A t peci Is to $32.50. a fear Kr flS&af a G feature these suits which sell at the moderate prices of $10, $12.50, $13.50 and $15.00. ' They are. good value and their low price makes them CALL MDlgOOK THEM suit with the public. OYER BEFORE YOU BUY. 1 HATS Stetson Hats arc V stard-arcl The CROSSET,at $4.50 and $5.00 is gcoc'i that's !.y ve -- the Lett, value that we I- - handle them. Tl.eir tepi 1 know di. They it nVa' anv oe lation was made years ro Our Mock of Stetsons includes nil the late models, end we n.li you to in- scllinr; at frcm One to Three Dol" and they stili live ii.ht vp to it. hrs.a pair highcrrjTry a pair of them. Manhattan shirts are ever where -- adenowieck-e- d spect them. Cur line of Mens' Furnishings is tlio nior.t complete in Winchester. We liuve a large ttock of Underwear, Collars, Ties, ond In fuct, to be the finest, M INTKUNKS, VALINES. AND HAND DAaS-wehuV- SUIT CASUS a com- that can be produced. We always carry a complete assortment of them as well 'as of all meris' ' etc. fun-nishing- e plete assortment. everything that a mn can wear. See them and .get our prices before you buy. -- s, 4 AND Main St., Next to Clark County National Bank. J Tit"' - Safe"