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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): June 10, 1915 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1915 cla1915061001_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 10, 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. r-- r r 'Mr- Buri X 0 LA M. TIMES .amfth? Surrounding Country and Ourselves. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. P. O'MARA, Owner and Publisher We are Here to Help Clay VOL. XX. CLAY (3ITi THURSDAY, JUKE 30, J9I5. K0. RELIGIOUS. 1'3. There will be preaching :ir Mrs. James Martin nnd little Hard wick's Creek next Siturdav At the regular meeting of the Accordhff the reports of the son There will be a meeting at the are visiting friends in Win- - night, Sunday morning and Methodist Church on Hardwicks Board of Trustees Saturday nighty U. S. Dep:1:jnent of Agriculture, Chester this week. Sunday night, June J2 and IB Oreek, on the .fourth Sunday in the teachers for next yaar were" the are due to Clay Coulee was taken to the Because of the fact that I have this mouth. There will be two selected Mrs. Seale, of Winches-ter- , put in aihioaraiice this year in held but one service at this place being chosen as Superintend- the eastern states. In the warn- hospital at Lexingtoi? last Friday services, one at 11 n. m., and one each month for some time past, at 2 p. m. There will be dinner ent, and Miss Maud Boweii, of ing sent out by the Government for an operation on his leg. He due to the very bad condition of on the ground for all who comes Slade, as Assistant. Both these Letcher county is the only one will be out again in a few days. the roads, I shall bo pleased r and everyone is invited to attend ladies are excellent teachers, inentionejlvas-beui- g Mrs. Charles Vallaudingham, have every-bodliable to an attend. We and enjoy the day. Plenty of Mrs. Seale having had u number invasion by this 'brood, and it is of Winchester, is visiting her are expecting to have a busines water and good shade.. Judge of yean? experience in advanced expectedt&hat .their number will sister. Mrs Henry Tipton. Mrs. session at one of these service. Tipton's brother, Charley Fork- - for the purpose of getting in Mann will preach, his subject work and being thoroughly be slightfs being ''The qualified, while Miss Bow en ner, with his wife and children, touch with tho membership and for the morning .The damice done bv these lo passed her examinations very also visited there last week. Reign of Christ." Millennial for discussing other matters of satisfactorily, and bears splenbid custs is" lost.ryrrj trees, the fe Mrs. Vance and daughter, importance. This is your meetrecommendations from previous male slitting open the bark A. M. Lowe dropped into The schools that she lias taught. order to deposit her eggs. To Mary, of Lexington, are visiting ing in which you have a voice morning prevent tlyipamago it has been Mrs; Margaret Vance this week. an;! r,!hr; , Times ofHico Wednesday wrrh u?. county on his return from Estil! found by experimentsrthat trees Mihs Mary is just out of the hos E". H. Jtifeliio P. C. "Bordeaux mixture pital from on operation for ap been busy stirring where he has sprayed with Family Dinner. up the voters in his campaign or a lime wash, are? immune, as pendicttis. D. II. Matherly 'preached ar for.the nomination for Represent-ative- . The Mountz family, to the the locusts avoi(them."s County court daylMonday and Mack reporfs'everything E. Speedwell Sunday. One added number of twenty, enjoyed a .The Department of Agriculture quite a crowd came to towu. as being lovely for him, and is family dinner at the home of givfes full instructions as to re- B. McGIone,,D. It. Daniels and to church by baptism. dead sure of getting the nomi- Mr. Tom Mountz, last Friday medies for "th damage done by' Frank Ken nun, from Clay City ; nation, after which, he says, it night. The dinner was in the this pest, artdLJliis information Green Garrett, J. 11. Hardwick Stanton having a Commercial will otlly be a matter of form to way of a family reunion, the'i will be given To anyone writing andOharley Spencer, from Win- Club to help develop and build pprch tllarooster on top of the menibers'haviiig been separated chester; Grant Baker, from up the town. Such a club is . font.. log (fcabvn in the November for some years, Hardwfck's Creek, and several sorely needed here and we think antl a splendid others whuse names the writer that we have enough publi.: election. He claims to have time was had by all present. failed to get, were among the spirited men in Stanton to organcovered nearly every acre' of the New .Sype ,iiuc-.de- nt ' visitors. district on foot, which is ize one. All iho leading cities Takes Charge. ' t.Riclftrd Crowfij'whp has" and towns have such a club nod 'tWalkihg somj; been Mr. and.Mrs. Earl Sleeth left they goafteff men who are thinkatte'ndingjtohrisojUUhJA Taws,by mornlnT for joints liu ing of 3tartlnga factory or wantOhio, where'thov will visit. Later lias been apponecrauperin ing to establish some business. "aSflJTttre feceiviigrthecongralulatioiislji1 the OrjSJans'Hoine here, Prof. Sleeth expects to enter They create a sentiment for good of t!ie!rnend8 tfn 'the arrival Vw,u nreah at tlio Clirisfiau church next Sunday mornint; and arrived here this week. He was Ohio State University to take a roads, clean ceureterics, with good Tuesday ir.nriiini, jjf a pretty J accompanied by his wife and will course in agriculture. We rer j i oaoy gni. fences around them, and numereveniug. uomo ana near tmm gret to see them leave, as they tike up his duties at once.,, ous other things. A Commei-cia- l Mr. Kerstetter is thoroughly were valuable teachers in our Club would mean much to qualified for this work, and will college. Prof. Sleeth was doing our town, and perhaps there is make an excellent Superintend- a great work for the farmer with nothing else that would make ent. Mr. Schirmer, who has been a stereopticou, illustrating the people sit up and take notice of in charge for the past few limn, best methods of farming, and us as this club. We hope that ths, will probably be placed in Mrs. Sleeth was the best music this talk that is being made charge of reorganization work, teacher that has ever been in the about a club will materialize in He pupils would like with the id."a of placing nil the college. mi actual fact. Let us set a date Homes maintained by the Pres. to see her back again. for n'meetiug within the next byterian church, in a betfpr con Have you noticed how nice two weeks and get together. dition, and enable some of them Daddy Clark's home iooks inside There are a number of people to be self sustaining. and outside ? Bob Stone papered who are talking of moving hero most of the rooms and painted but who hesitate on account of the woodwork on tho inside as the increase of shooting at night Supper. Ice Cream well as the outside. Some peo upon our streets. Only last week WK WILL GIVE F1VK TIMES THE HEGULAH AMOUNT OF ple think it is speuding too much Rev. J. T. Adams, our merchant, Tho Ladies' Aid of the Method! s BOOSTER COUrONS money to paint, but it is saving said ho was expecting to buy a Church will have a Ice Cream From MONDAY, JUNE Hth to MONDAY, JUNE UIht, we tdmll give money. It saves the building lot and build but that ho was live time:) the regular amount of Booster Coupons for purchases inudo and Strawberry supper at the at our itoro with ensh or produce, or for money deposited with uh, to bo so much repair work if thinking of moving away because church next Thursday, June 17. from traded out later. Double coupons in settlement of accounts, they are painted as they need it. of the shootings that wo have on Everybody is invited to attend We give fifty Hooster Coupons to eacli person presenting a lint of Painting is one of tho most eco- our streets at night. Two other Dinner Set to the one making the moat three articles, hi id u and enjoy the good things. within nomical ways of saving your men told the writer complete Writ of articles we sell, us well as thousands of Booster (jet purtiuulurs at our store. motley if you stop to think. the last two weeks that they In order to revurd the persons who have made tlio most complete Tnen it adds greatly to the ap would uot stay hero if the town NOTICE! list of articles in the Listing Contest, tlio Booster Journal, of Spring-Helpearauce of a town and to your was uot better protected. Wo 111 , will give to each of the best ten, who is not now u Booster, young men could realize coupon check for 600,000 (Booster Coupons. Tills a Will the party having possof- - farm or lot. It increases it in wish the must be deposited by yourself hi tho Booster Club Ballot Box. This the injury they are doing to Stansion of the pistol owned by Stove value a third more. check with other Booster Coupons you can collect will enable you to ton in what they think s their win one of tho premiums that will bo given Hi the Booster Club. ttose at the time he was on the Watch the papers for next fun at night. A Commercial will bo the best Booster and win the 4th Watch on Monday, Who police force, leave same at this week. If all things go as we Club could stop all this; seeing Juno 28th r office or send it to Mrs. t i). expect them there will be a tidour officers will not do it. Wo by Miss Beatrice Blount Rose. Music next dlers' contest in Stanton in about do not believe in going after the two weeks to raise money to boys from Clay City th.it shot The many friends of Conductor place a fence around our beauti- upon our streets a few nights Now this money Sam Martin, of, the U fc h., win ful cemetery. ugo and then let our own Loys bo used for this fence and regret to know that he is still will go. As far as we can learn there Glassware, Muslin, Underwear, Ribbons, Laces, Trimmed unable to return to work. Mr. will not go to any base ball club has been nothing done with tho as money Unit was raised before. drunken light that tool; place at and Unfrimmed Hats, Shoes and Slippers, Summer 2 Martin is one of the best conduca host A spelling bee may bo held on the college among our own boys tors on the road, nnd has Dress Goods, Mens' Hals, Shoes, Clothing, Underwear, tho same night. So luubor up on the night of the gold medal of friends round here, Shirts, Cellars, Ties, Jewelry and Umbrellas vour fingers on your banjos and coutest. We do not want to seo get out your old blue back spell- - our boys prosecuted, but we do Wednesday1, the 19th, wiN be Patrons Clubs Special Sale Day Mr. Johu W, .Hendricks is ing bonks and study up on those having liis house painted, tho hard words. This coutest is sure want to treat everybody alike. you go after tho Clay City work being done by Chas. Russell. to come oil some time this If boys, then go after our boys. H. G. Orabtree, Mrs. Denokson month. Watch for next weok's Clay City boys did not do one KHdlMrs. Hose have also had their paper. bit worse th in some of our boys TI1E BOOSTBU STORE) greatly im jmjperties !,8li There has been some talk of did on that night. proving inuir uppavTHiice. r .i . SeiectTeachers 17'Yxly(Locusts Basket Dinner On For Next Year. Hardwlcks Creek. ? ratlie i nis i cur STANTON. (By P. O. Dcrthick.) y i il .m. . .4-- out-of-tow- u ynu-ent- of . I - ($$) Coti-poii- Saturday Specials fop Next Week i JrMrs. j. Williams HP THE TIMES. ANNOUNCEMENTS For Railroad Commissioner. Wc are authorized to announce H. Q. GARRETT as a candidate for Railroad Commissioner in the Third Railroad Eighteen Years Old Commissioners District. Subject to the action of the Republican The Best Weekly in this Section. primary August 7, 1915. A Democratic Newspaper PrSmlrieni People VV.ow' Taking ffanlac nen ana Wometiitrom all Walks of Life flttedbyi, Remear 1 . that the demand is confined to one preparation, the. sale is'to be In considered unprecedented. fact, it is tho biggest thing of tho kind ever seou at our stores." Tanlac, the premier prepara tion, is now' on Bale in Clay City at Eaton & McGuire's and in Stanton at Hardwtck & Go's. Honeymoon Cloud. .Tired, Achtag .Muscles Relieved Hard work, over exertion, mean stiff sore muscles. Sloans Liniment lightly applied, a little quiet, and your soreness disap pears nice magic. jMoimng ever Having registered their vows and M. P. O'MARA, lgaed the marriage reglator, the r--g. happy pair stepped out to the waiting E. Louisville, Ky.., Jo announce Wc arc authorized to OWNER AND PUBLISHER. Tannr nrnfiif AttK W. R. SHACKELFORD Taylor taxi. Pointing to the busy meter, the Democratic Isaacs Drug Co-- , Lou Lille, says : bridegroom saldr "Here's where we as Candidate for the mail mat- nomination for Circuit Judge of 'Entered as second-clas- s 'The demaniliVAi fa n lac has register a kick." the Twenty-fift- h Judicial district. agreeably surprise' Is. While ter at tho Post Office at Clay City, Generally Worst Kind. Primary election August 7, 1915. we knew Mr Cojp' Ky., uuJer the Act of Congress of 'and were "A man dat geta to BjrmpathUln' wit prepar'a nlsself," satd Uncla Ebcn, "glnerally March 3. 1870. We arc authorized to announce aware of the sue'eeef his (Honda decide It tion had achieved sii.'pt her cities does got so well dat enough." J. M. BENTON, sympathy he's We entertain- of Winchester, Ky., as a candidate of the country, A HOME-MAPAPER. For Circuit Judge. helped like your Sloan's Liniment, lean never thank, you enough," writes one grateful user. Stop suffering, aches nnrt. pains. An excellent counter-irritanbetter and cleaner than mustard. All Druggists, 25. Get a bottle to day. Penntrates without rubbing. t, m DE THURSDAY, JUNE 10, CALL. 1P15 Pursunnt to tho call of tho Itepubli can State Central Committee, dated Feb. 12, 1915, it is hereby ordered by the County Executive Committee of ' the Republican party, of Powell coun- OV Kyrtftiitf viuas3 ot the Court House In Stanton, Ky,, on Saturday, June 12, 191?, at one o'clock, p. m., for the purpose of selecting delegates and alternates for conve.ntit-lKfte?- Powell county to the Republican State Convention, to be held in the city of Lexington, Ky., at 12.30 p.m Tuesday, June 15, 1915, for the purposo of adopting a platform embodying tho principles upon which the Republican party and Its nominees will ask the support of the electors of Kentucky at the November election, lots. Powell County Republican Committee SLADE. ef for the Democratic nomination for ed no idea that the medicjne Deafness Cannot be Cured Bourbon Poultry Curo Circuit Judge in the 25th Judi- ' i U OUt.Il u..riuv avj7i;uilll dorm a chick's throat earn capes. A tew drops In the drink cial district. Primary election a short space of TunY'in Louis-vill- by local applications, as they cannot tag. water cure and prevent August 7, 1915. reach the diseased portion of the ear. diarrhoea, cholera and other chick diseases, One 50c botUe is only one way tocuro deafness, There makesllgralloniof medicine. At T- "Judging. the repeat and that is by constitutional remedies. alldruni'ts.or by mall postpaid. Tor Circuit Clerk. Valuable poultry book free. sules and theekpreision of satis- Deafness is caused by an inflamed con HOIHI BOKIT CO., lOIIGTBI, IT. We are authorized to announce faction from tluTsawJio have ac dltion of the mucous lining of is the Sold by the Eustachian Tube. When this tube inC. N. CROWE tually tested yrnulnc and who" flamed jour have a rumbling sound or as a candidate for Circuit Court FARMERS UNION SUPPLY CO. Clerk of Powell Countv. subiect state that they have benefited by imperfect hearing, and when it is en is the result, Ky. Clay City, to the'rfction of the Democratic trie preparation, 7 Tanlac must tirely closed, Deafness 7, 1015. someTiltug 6f unus aud unless the inflammation can be primary, August therefore be taken out and this tube restored to its ual merit. . ir normal condition, hearing will be de we are autnonzea to announce "The class 'of people who are stroyed forever: nino cases out of ten MARION ATKINSON bdyinKTanlaovareamong the best are caused by Catarrh, which is nothing as a candidate for Circuit Court in the city, people who are able but an Inflamed condition of the muFor fine Watch and Clock Clerk of Powell county, subject to jude impartially, and who cous surfaces.forAVe wiltglveof One; Hun- to the action fit. .the Democratic any case Deafness REPAIRING carry weight wfth their state dred Dollars primary, August 7, 1915. caused by catarrh that cannot be cured 'y ments. or any work in my line, I will by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for cir"WitlumacWpsrativelv short culars, free. . Representative. be glad to have you call on me For fipace of time we have, sold sev F, J. CHENEY and CO., Toledo, Ohio. "We are authorized to announce S. V. LARISON HI lira eral tllOUSanU-(1nf Sold by Drnggis?,752. A. M. LOWE, ' Kentucky Clay City, Tjiac. When'rp is considered Take Hall's Family pills for as a candidate for Representative from this district, BUbject to the action of the Democratic primary, August 7, 1915t v e. I?--.' jet t DROP ' , l. liey. Charley Garrison, of Wbjfc County preached here Sunday. Miss We fare Bettie Profit t, of Stauton, as a candidate, for the Republican visited the Mioses Ford Sunday. nomination- for Representative Miss MamUe Bowen will teacli from this District. Primary An gust 7, 1915. in the Clay City school this vear The Clay City people will not "We arc authorized to announce regret hiring her. She is a.w ide B. F. HATTON awake teacher and can always as a candidate for the Republican get thesame school twice. Ernest nomination for Representative t I. n it if. .luirwiici wm luacu tno m s from this district, subject to the oiaue school. Miss Anuie-Bowe- n has action of the Republican primary, no school yet. Annie says thev August 7, 1915. all want experienced teachers Wc are authorized to announce and she dops not know how she A. T. STEWART will ever become one if they as a candidate for the Republican don't give her u chance to have nomination for Representative for experience. this district. Subject to the ac A. J. Welch and daughter, tion of the Republican primary, Mips Gladys, of Kosslyn, passed August 7, 1910. through here last week going to Wc are authorized to announce houth Fork, where Mits Welch ALBERT EASTER was employed to teach school as a candidate for the Democratic Ed Garrison of Meadow branch nomination for Representative for called on relatives here Saturda this district. Subject to the ac and Sunday, but it seemed the tion of the Democratic primary, August 7, 1915. greatest attraction for him was somewhere near Kosslyn. We are "authorized to announce 1 t PONbEr? r ffir ?niprlMtHSettGir- - '5 h -- . M Mr and Mrs Sanders Mcknabb are both confined to their beds as nomination for Representative at this writiug. for this district. Subject to the Mrs Herbert Johnson rotnains action of tho Republican prim in a 6erions condition. She has ary, August 7, 1915. been congineb to her bed nearly 33rd Judicial District. six. mouths. Corn is looking well in this We are authorized to ar.uounce nuun KIDDELL neighborhood aud farmers are working between showers to keep us candidate for the Democratic the weeds from getting loo good nomination fnt ircult Judge for E. B. McGLOlSE candidate for the Republican TRANSPLANTER makes the planter independent of the You set your plants when you get your sprouts ready it makes uo difference weather. whether the soil is dry or not. The important feature of any.transplanter ia the mechauism. Examine the valve on the and 1 inch hose, which assures plenty of iuproved Tiger vjilve has a flat rubber cut-of- f The Tiger valve water when you want it and where yon want it, and is a positive cut-ofa rubber ball that becomes every other 6hape. but is not like other planter valves which have round after one season's uso. The TIG E it AUTOMATIC 1-- 4 f. tne 'Jlini judicial district, Breathitt, Estill, Lee and Rev. 1). II. Matherly was here Wolfe counties. Subject to tho the 2nd but owing to the rain the action ot tne August primary, W. U. T. U. did not have their public meeting us intended but WHEN YOU WANT will ut a latei dute, A SHAVE OB HAIR OUT a ThetTiger also has lever and pressure springs to regulate depth of shoes. Therefore, it can be used on much steeper land-c- an also he had with fertilizer attachment. If all the good qualities combined in The Tiger make it the very best-yo- ur judgement demands that you look it over before you purchase'. , start. com-Drisin- i: C. L. RUSbULL, OR ANY Patntlnz, Paperhanglng, IJecoratrag? Reasonable Pries Guarantied Satisfaction TONSORIAL WORK CALL ON H. H. PH1RI00. ,'Advertise in TheTinies. Gruis' COR. MAIN & BROADWAY AND Benton WINCHESTER, KY. V tOM .Papers for Sale at The """" tf' " wiucj iUl ii uuice. ;4 I A. . Style and Quality Those are the essential points of Hart, Schaffner & Marx clothes for men. We carry a complete line of these clothes m every desirable color and in styles to suit busi- ness and professional men as well as young men who want the very latest in metropolitan styles. Quality shows in every inch of the goods, and ( in every;stitch that is put into them. The prices of Hat, Schaffner & flarx suits to " - range from $18 $32.50. ' . ii - CopynstoIInrtSeh7ncr&?MX s r -- feature these suite which sell at the moderate prices of $10, good value and their low price $12.50, $13.50 and $15.00.-- : Tffey-are- . makes them, a popular suit-witthe$ libllpV; ; CALL AND LOOK THEM ; 'We h -n OVER BEFORE YOU BUY. . - w HATS' ' X: SHOES LI- - Stetson Hats ate gcoc slard-at- d , The CROSSET at $4.50 snd is that's v hy v c $5.00 the best value that we They: , equal any handle them. Ti eir tcticn was rccdc at d to it. the)1- - tep i -- know of. she s u jcos tfo tifj-.- t selling at from Cur stock nf Stetsons includes nil tho Into models and we uk you to In- Ong:o ThiceDol-hr- slill live p a pair higher. them, Try a pair spect tlisin. Our line of rt'ens' l!i'ni'sh log l tho most complete In Winchester. Wehavea liirjie ttflck of L'ndenvwar, Collar?, Ties, and In fact, ever) thing IVTKUiSKS, j .v VALISES; SUIT CASES a com- -' Manhattan shirts rc a:knov!cJ y ed cvu", w'cre to be the finest that can bs produced. We always carry a complete assortment; of them as well as of all mens' furnishings, etc. I! OAOSve have pleto assortment. .u. AND HANI) that a min can wear. See them ami get our prices before you buy. Lee Bloomfleld ii AND CO Main St., Next to Clajk County National Bank. Winchester Kentucky 4 .'jBlflti ..a"'. FINDS CAUSE OF SEASICKNESS (D BIG SALE NOW UOINU ON AT THE STAR STORE Winchester, Ky. We will pay your Railroad Fare if you will come down and see what we are offering and buy $5.00 or more Our Stock Consists of Dry Goods, Shoes, Ladies' and Dresses, Chil-dren- s' i Carpets, Rugs, Mattings, Curtains. In fact anything you need in wearing apparel. ifi m Mi Hi Hi Hi Hi i Hi Hi Fair Proposition. His Desire. No bank will loan monoy to an IndiThe business manager of an ama-- j German Surgeon Has Traced It to teur attraction in a Kansas town made j vidual unless It knowa all about tho modest uemnnua n tno manager or financial condition of tho individual. Irritability of Nerves In Inthe opera house. "What Hind of a set- Why, then, sfiould any bank expect an terior of Ear. ting will you wnnt" the theater man- individual to deposit monoy with It unIndividual tho other, The eminent German cars'urgcon, ager asked. "Well," replied everybody less it la willing to let tho condition? "we'd llko to have seats for know all about Its (lnaiiclal Professor Itrnns. tested mnnvivX? that comes." Sioux City Journal. one hundred persons by turn" ust in n revolving chair. lies renorte'd tlinl the syinplo were identical with seasickncsa.'j 1 fhia is explained by the irritnbilfo of tlio itls in three little semicircular Manufacturers of (Jio cqui- the inner ear which'contn . ROXA COLA AND OTHER SOFT DRINKS in..: uiu nullum in it... uuuj. Tests of (ho central liewotis sysKY. A TTY VILLE, tem enabled Professor Brtits fo predict whether "scasickncssdtwould be likely to occur in thosembout to travel. Brims and a physician named Fischer have fomid that this irritability of the semicircular canals and central nervous system can be controlled by atropin. It is said that when given as a preventive atropin will ward off nn attack. During tho attack this drug seems io stimulate the central nervous system rather than to paralyze theJ terminal or peripheral nerves. In-th- is case caffeine might bo substituted for atropin, or other drugs might control the collapse and prostration. - ROXA COLA BOTTLING WORKS BE You Can Dodge an . . Try Us Once Railroad Fare Free Look for the Silver Stars ou the Windows The theory that thcsemicircular canals have really the f unci ion of regulating our sense of equilibrium and direction has been disputed by jinny doctors, but the peculiar arrangement of these canals in the three planes of direction makes the theorj mure than probable. Niw AnthracItetFlcId. vein Tho dlrcovery ct a. twenty-foo- t of anthracite la Pennsylvania ia, good news for everybody, 'The Pennsylvania papers Bay that- this ia tho sec-- ' ond recent discovery In tho Bear Hidgg mountain regiowand the third of importance In tho jjjithraclto terri-- ' tory within a few yeaan. If wo do not resourcesjBKo familiar and Pennsylvania, too Jfc'ireWe is sft tha the world at larke still holds unsuspected riches, even at tho, time that the alarm of exhaustion is raised anew. Forty years ago, wnen tuc annual production of ar.thracito ran 5,000,000 tons, alarmists about thought there would, soon be no more. Now the output is about fourfold, and continue.--Ne- w York TinicB. But you Can't Dcdge our combination of QUALITY and PRICE. SHARPEN YOUR TOOLS We have just received a shipment of Fowler Mower Knife and Tool could have. Grinders-th- e . . THE STAR STORE 3 handiest tool a farmer I . 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A Cough Remedy That Relieves Clay City National Clay City, Bank Kentucky. three children nil of I'ine Hidgc, visited 0. 0. Curtis and family Rev. J. J. llobbs conducted Sunday. services iit the Mt Chapel W. A. Curtis returned Monday Sunday and a larye crowd to I.u'onin where he has u position und Cold. turned out to decorate the gruves. with the L & N. Little Beryl Sparks, II montlis Kilhs Wtirr aud I'reston Combs old, died May 27, after a short cut a fine Bee tree Sunday. They illness. The parents) huve the saved the bees but report no sympathy of the conununity in honey. the loss of this bright little child. Several from here attended IJnrn, .May 2J), to the wife of church ut West Bend Sunday. Jesse Spencer, a pretty baby e.irl Mrs. Henry Smitson and Mrs. Willie Filiate bought a nice 0. 0. Curtis visited Mrs. "Walker , mare from John Lurisun. Combs Tuesday. Mips KJlio Butter, who bus been E l). Curl is mude u business ill for some time, is improving. trip to Cluy oilv lust Saturday. The Btorlc paid u .visit to the Beautiful Scenes Uplift. home il' Mr. ami Mrs. Ileury A beautiful scone uplifts spirit wilborne, uid left them a hand, wlthiu us until It Is strongthoonougU Tar-floue- PltOT fnffti the healing Pine Balsam, Tar and Honey all mixed in tt pleasant, soothing Cough Syrup called. Dr. Bell's Pino Tur - lloney. Thtusands have beifetired byits use no need of your enduring that annoying Cough or linking a dangerous Cold. Go to your denier, ask for n 23-- ' original bottle Dr. Bell's sturt using at Pine once and get rid of your Cough Ii's prepared WIRE FENCE. CLOVER and TlflOTHY SEED. COTTONSEED MEAL ; BRAN : OATS Owensboro Wagons Bedford d: Tw.ot.r!1 Tuttle, WINCHESTER, KENTUCKY. s The fh'Rieat friends of H anna's Green Seal Paints are found among those men who know it heat. This includes hun--' t!red: of both, dealers and painters who .have proven its worth for years. s uiio boy baby. VIEDEN Horn and opeus to our imagination a world pt spiritual beauty and holiness. to overlook tho shadows of our place of probatton; It breaUs, link after link, tbe chain that blmla us to materiality; Fo? durability beauty no superior, and the formula on the label proves the confidence the makers have in the goods. See dealer whose name appears .below. Sold by Gren Seal Paint and has EATON & McGUIRE, Clay City. LYLE Sfenna's June 1 to the wife of Musical Note. The phonograph Is n great Inven- Walker (Join lis, a big ten pound l oy. Me bus been named Irvin. U, W. Qurt is and wife Clarify Uurtis und wife tion, but as a musical Instrument the mid stock ticker has tho sweeter voice. and Boston Transcript. &.l0., Sl.aiitcn. 5 '.WU-i- .' ,f Hi SiwrsaiooL Lesson (ny K. O. SELI.KnS, Actlnff Director of Sunday Kcliool Course of Moody Bible Institute, Chicago.) t LESSON FOR JUNE 13 BLESSEDNESS OF FORGIVENESS. I.rSPON TnXT-I'salTEXT-nies- -- m, scd QOt.nnN 52. truiuKiofB'on 13 covered Psalm S2:L he whosn forgiven, whose sin. Is h . V?' ',V', - This psalm is believed to have grown out of Davld'eexpcrlence with Nathan (see Horn. 4:C-8It Is the "penl-tentlsecond of the seven psalms" (6, 32, 38, 61, 102, 130, 143). While It Is sad, It Is at the same llmo one of the most Joyful of all psalms. It Is the record of bitter sorrow and also of heartfelt praise, and Is as. vital In Its message today as the world. day It was given I. The State or Condition of Happl-- t neas. (1) What Is happlness7 vv, 1, 2. The blessed or happy man Is the one whose sin Is covered. God only can forgive sin and has plainly set liefore us his agency, viz., the shed David as Icing enjoyed the blood. pleasures of life, but ho also knew the result of hidden sin, of sins covered. Tho Joy of forgiveness Is offered to all who accept God's gift of Justification (Acts 10:43). The psalmist seems "Transgression" to multiply words. means rebellion; "sin" to miss the mark (Horn. 3:23); "Iniquity," to be crooked. When men try to cover sin we are expressly told the result (Prov. 28:13), but God literally takes away when ho forgives and "covers" sin (John 1:29; Vb. 103:12; 85:2). Neither man or devil can uncover what he has covered. (2) Who Is unhappy? vv. 3, 4. Contrasted with the state or condition of happiness granted to tho forgiven sinner Is presented that of those unforgiven. David kept silence without only to have a raging tempest within lips silent, bones "roaring." .During the days of David's silence following bis sinful act he was guilty of increased acts of sin and cruelty (2 Sam. 12:31). Tho origin of the word Eelah is not known. It probably indi- crted"a musical interlude and in this ' psalm most appropriately and dramatically appears. (3) Hw we may be--' ' happy, Vv. 5, 6. All sin is uncovered eye can peneHis . to God. trate man's futile endeavors to bide liis transgressions. The first step to forgiveness and to happiness is confession of guilt. God's heavy hand 'wrought saving faith in David and such faith has as its first condition confession, "I acknowledged my sin." Such confession is full and frank. Nothing Is held back nor has it any " element of hypocrisy, rnd it always secures results (I John 1:9; Luke 15: ). to-th- e g ing placo" is Jehovah, Our preserver Is Jehovah (Ps 91:31; Isa. 32:1, 2). Jehovah' preserves from trouble those whom ho forgives (Ps, 3l;19). Such mon have a serenity, a "peace" even tho" "peace of God" which the sinner enn never have (Isa. 2(5:3; Rom. 5:1; Phil. 4:7). (21 Our Instructor (vv. 8, 9). (a) Positively wd have one who not only forgives and blots out tho past but ono who has promised to "instruct," to "teach" and to "guide.". Nearly all believe that tho introduction of the personal pronouns In verse' 8 indicate that G6d is Bpeaklng in response to David's appeal recorded in verso 6. Jehovah guides with Ills "eye upotjl us (v, 8 It. V.) Ho Instructs us by his spirit through his Word (Ps. 119:105; John 16:13). (b) Neg' atively Some must needs bo directed by "bit and bridle." Some have to learn through bitter experience. "We have our choice. Those who will not listen to instruction are compared to the horse and the mule who "have no understanding." Even so thoy are more useful than those who wildly run after sin. Only thus can some "come near" (v. 9 It. V.) though that Is better than not to be brought near at all. (3) Our faith (v. 9). What kind of a life will God's forgiven children live? What Is ono of the foremost characteristics of a happy life? Here is the answer, "He that trusteth in the Lord." This is the conclusion ot the whole matter. .. Our only Joy is in theyLord "who hath done marvelous thingswhereof we are glad." ' Christ Is the incarnate mercy-an- d grace of God. In him we taavii God's forgiveness. He supplies our every need.Jffhll. 4:19). He pardons, heals. restoreiLdi-rects- ,' gives power (Matt. 28:18-201- ? Jo. and impurity are neyer ' cojjfcan-ions- ; Only the pure can purify Only the healthy can heal. Onlytne righteous and1 free, can, jardonj0 "Rejoice in 'Jenovah! and leap for Joy,0 righteous! and gladly shout all ye upright in heart." Maclaren. To shout a godly and acceptable shout demands that we be "upright in heart." An Easy, Pleasant Laxative II. How to- Continue In the State of Delna Happy. (1) Our security (v. 7). When men forgive they do not "cover." What God hides he forgets (Isa. 33:17; Mlcah 7:19). Qur security, our "hid- 4- - HARD WICK & m SPRING !6ur 7 CO. and SUMMER GOODS We invite you honest merchan- - Spring and Summer goods are now in stock. We handle new, he up-to-dat- to.cajl and see them. e, I si diseat honest prices-t- 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 haven't wcgwill'get it for you. '.'-Dr- it P ,. It will pay you to see what we have when in the market for - Goods Notions, Millinery Womens' and Mens Furnish- - ing goods, clothing, hats, shoss, underwear, hosiery, furniture, ".wall paper, mattings, linoleums, oil carpets rugs mattresses .bed springs, cots, beds,- trunks suit cases, hand bags wood, ,4'cpal and oil stoves, sewing machines harness saddles hard- - ,.;are a.' queensware paints oils seeds buggies wagons etc. We are Hatt SchaffneP& varnishes farm implements 3 sole agents for the following lines: Bos- Marx mens' clothing; Qiieen Quality and Walk-ove- ton Favorite shoes for women; r shoes for men; Astor . iffi Brand mensiftats; Arrow Brand mens' shirts and collars; Picloral Review patterns and Bain wagons. V 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. HOW ABOUT A PIANO ' Don't make the mistake of pay- - One or two Dr. Kins'1' New with.ii tumbler of water at night, 'Nn hini, naupeutin! tusle-- no bflJUiitifir 'TTongfif ' rp bedv Wake up in the mornfrfje, easy bowel ing, enjoy movement, and feel.ine all. day. Dr. King's New Life fills ure sold by ull DruagtstB, HU in in original package, for 2o- - Get ny u' bottle to this easy, Life-'Pll; ing some agent a big profit on one. We will order you one on clays .trial, and if nollsatisfactory. .willieturn iUo.If it suits you vwesave you a sum worm wnue on u. The proof of the the wearing. Walk-Ove- fit, style r and service of Walk-Ove- r Shoes is Shoes have no equal. his answer. r Ask the nun Come in and feel, fit day-euj- pleasant laxative. Vasted Her Breath, Paul had taken off f ' who wears them and be sure and get VER fascinate. - try on a pair and sec how fine Walk-Ove- Shoes and his shoes and The godly man, tho man who is the recipient of God's grace thus bestowed, prays In a time "when thou mayest be found," or (see margin) "in the time of finding out sin" (v. C U.'V.). The prophet tells us that there is a time when wo may not llnd God (Isa, B5:C) and Paul tells us when he may be found (II Cor. 6:2). I ono still remained in the middle of the floor. Little Ruth came running in and accidentally stepped on 1U "Oh, excuse me," she exclaimed, and Elio turned and saw no one except an old Angry, she said: "Why, you shoe. ain't no one, and I wasted my breaf Mfde in 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. 4 I all for nothing." p fa .la 9) dJ 3E -- lk v You Need a Tonic There are times in every woman's life when she needs a tonic to help her over the hard places. When that time comes to you. you know what tonic to take Cardui, the woman's tonic. Cardui is composed of purely vegetable ingredients, which act gently, yet surely, on the weakened womanly organs, and helps build them back to strength and health. It has benefited thousands and thousands of weak, ailing women in its past half century of wonderful success, and it will do the same for you. You can't make a mistake in taking 1 STANTON KY. 1 LOG-LIO- (Crowded out'Jasf.wcek.y CARDUI The Woman's Tonic i f Jir. Lovi AtUmMfsry. ill at his home iiear;0njpl;:e, with tuberculous autrlii'itptr expected U recover. " ? 3a T Miss Amelia Wilson, R. F. D. No. 4, Alma, Ark., says: "I think Cardui is the greatest medicine on earth, for women. Before I began to take Cardui, I was so Weak and nervous, and had such awful dizzy spells and a poor appetite. Now I feel as well and as strong as ever did. and can eat most anything." Begin taking Cardui today. Sold by all dealers. 1 Has Helped Thousands, n)(i)i)(i)(i)(i(i)(E Miss Lulu B, 'llowftrd, from U y isit I Ourtorsburt: liuljaii aunt Mrs. Ben 11ih1ou, at this n.flRT.'Jtf1..... place, miss iiuwuru nus uuuij friends here uuindi are glad to welcome her baqV Mather ltev. and Mri.-Ispent suvo.ral davjijast, week with pluce. the formers- parimt J. s ! Air. 2i. i. u.1LJ"2ii lli huckuf lie ik visi i g relatives at this' cut at the Lick cunielery Sua place this week ilay May 30, tn (tlisurve Decora .Misses Nuiiuiu and Noma How Hun day. Brief corvii-eueiv ard of Pilot View spent Sunday conducted at the Uhurcli hv Ia . IJ. II. Muthelry, of (.'lay City, Bon Hudson. with which friends hMlherctl Airs. Simpson Fisher and child aruitml thu sravos tf their depart-Mr- . run of near. Hedges, are visiting and Mrs. J. B. Adams t his etl (m- Iloo tlowers upon ,titoniin loving remembrance of week. Mr. ami Mrs. .laiae Johnson those who have gone before. of Madison enmity, spent Satur Unpleaiantly Romlnlscent. day and Sundjiy vitl( friamls at "Mrs. Nurlch, I uudurstand your husthis iduue band la ono ot tho stewards ot tho Kzukiel Brajlioar ami ' sister racing association." "Look here, Mat tie, have r(jl'urned from Staii young man, my huihand gave up cookiu' years ago and I'd rutlior you ton Oollee. wouldn't retqr tq lt."Uufralo growd was prus Quite a li v s , M. rt-'- O J " v t The Place to Buy Your Goods The place to buy your goods is IOCAL Endeavor Meeting. - Topic For Sunday, June 13. 1915. Christ's Call to the Younjc Men of Today. Leader: Rev, D. II. Alatherty. Every body, members especially, be present and have a few words prepared to say on this subject. CLEANING I am AND PRESSING.. mm Mrs. Hoyt Russell wasshoppiug in Winchester Tuesday. ready to do your CleanGood work and Pressing. guaranteed and charges reasonable. Orders left with J. Bloom will receive prompt attention. ing where you get the best value for your money. Try - This - Store - For - Value Henpy WALTERSVILLE, Waldpon KENTUCKY "WE A DANIEL BOONE AXLE GREASE And don't have to grease but once a week. Made in Kentucky by CHAS. C. STOLL OIL CO. Lexington, Ky 4 f STANTON COLLEGE, KY. STANTON, Students - Admitted - at - any - Time. One of the Best Schools in Kentucky.: Courses in Agriculture and Domestic Science. Review Classes in the Common Branches will be Conduced throughout the Term. By paying part of their Expenses in Work, Students may get Rates at the Dormitory as low as $ 5o per Week. 1 Prompt Attention Uiven to flail Business. desire to tnako a imino for himWinchester Wednesday to do as a pedestrian. They expect self KENTUCKY WINCHESTER some shopping. to walk all through the eastern Shelby Burgher went to Cin- section of the state. cinnati Tuesday w.th the Bible JohnEckley, of Stephens. Mo., class'of the Christian church of in renewing his subscription to Winchester., The Times, says that he will STRAWBERRY PLANTS Born, to the wife of Eneas probably come back to his birth Patton, on June C; handsome place here, thin fall. It will be Fruit and Shade Trees, and forty-thre- e baby boy. years in September our offering of the remarkLillie, Ruth and Arthur Burgh- since Mr. Eckhgy left here, and able Mamouth Pearl Seed er are speuding a week with their the youner'generatioii is almost unknown to him. aunt, Mrs. Ohas. Tomlinson, at Potato. Send for our free Nadu. Mrs; S. D. Hall left Tuesday No Agents catalogue. Will Mounts left&iturday for fofcher home in Lexington, after Hurriimm. Tenn.. where he has a weeks' stay with her mother, H. F. Hillenmeyer & Sons. H suit to be tried in court this MrsOShimfessei, who has been Lexington, Ky. vcrjSiU for the past few weeks. TaKnttlo girls, Imia Russell W.m. Eaton returned Wednef- froiii Letelier county, where and Dojb.Ritchie, gave several flay lie has been j'orkiui; for some duets arTnTJ"TdetJ,odisT church Sunday night, and greatly pleased v. time. all who heard them. It is to be Mrs. James AVillianiF, of Indian hoped that they will sing again" Fielde, spent Thursday with her in the near future.. parents, Mr. .. and,,, Mrs. Win. Judge W. T. Adams spent t Johmon. Monday and Tuesday with his Mr. B. L. Beall.Vf the Under-woo- stepmother, Mrs. Mandy Adams, "Fvpewnter So., was in at Pilot View. Mrs. Adams had town Moiidsty, amy placed si 1915 the misfortune to fall about n 'Model maclTine "with the week nun., aiioT sfiituined some ' Co.. V severe injuries. Her condition, Where to Eat in Winchester and Mr. and Mrs. ClutsToinlinson, which wab very alarming at first, They will tell you. of Nada, spent Sunday with the is now somewhat improved. JONES RESTAURANT hitters' parents, .Mr and Mrs A. T. Whitt attended the 7th Cor Main & Washington. Win Johnson. District Bankers' Association 11 at Argylle. ffowell are A. 0. Liglitfoot, who is travelthe proud possessors of n brand ing on foot through the country new 9J pound girl, born June 7. in the interest of n soft drink Mrs. Geo. Wigg'insleft Tuesday concern in Lexington, was hero for St. Helens, where Mr, Wiggins Saturday. He left Sunday, ac is now located as, operator. companied by one ot. the young Miss Lucv Stokely went to meu of tho town who had a Mr. and Mfs. F. 1 Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Pherigo John Eaton went to Lexington spent faunday with the latter's Wednesday to spend v few days. JAMES WILLIAMS. Chas. A, Carrithers, Jeweler and Optician, Graduite'of Elgin In Watch and Clock REPAIRING. d tt For Information Write to Rev. J. C. Hanley, President, Stanton, Ky. Mrs. O. U. Moncheni left Friday meeting at Lexington last week, for Jackson, where Mr. Meachem anil also stayed over for the Ceremonial session is now located. For the present Shriners Thursday night. they will board there; but expect later to start housekeeping. SPOUT SPRING Good Wanted all. round printer wants steady position. Master Campbell Byrd has reFor further information address turned from a visit to his grand Olay City Tintetvand we will mother, Mm. Hanks, at put you in touch with him. Win-cheate- TRACY UTOKELY r. f t MONUMENTS .If you are thinking of erecting a memor- ial to loved ones who have departed, it will be t t T 0, B. McGuire, of 'St Helens, and J. II. Ilaminons, of Jackson, two of the greatest hustlers in the insurance business in Kentucky, were here"AIondny, They report nn excellent business in Powell coupty. Mrs. Emma Mountz, of Olay City, spent ' Sunday with the family of her cousin, Shelt Mckinney. Real Estate and Insurance. Farm and City Property of all kinds. We have some nice farms in Clark nnd adjoining counties for Rale or rent. Write us what you want. We write all kinds of Insurance. We Buy and Sell TRACY AND STOKELY. Office, Main Street, Winchester, Ky. have the agency X A for one of the best firms in the business, and I will be pleased to submit designs and prices. Y I to your interest to see me. i v ITenry S. Bjruett, ofJaokson, spent Thursday here, visiting friends and renewing old.acqunin-tances- . Mr. Burnett worked on the old Olay City;Chronicle about 25 years ago, undJs remembered by many of the old timers. A flood D. H. Clay City, flatherly Kentucky The beat lubrication tuitlumt carbon Writers of all Kinds of Fire, Life, Tornado, Lightning and Kail InsurSunday School which meets each Lord's day at 10 n. m., has ance.. We are also agents for tthe been organized ut the Methodist Illinois Surety Company and are prechurch. pared to do a general Bonding busiMckinney and Byrd have their ness. new grist mill in and will bo POWELL & JACKSON ready to do custom grinding this Sam W. Powell Llnvllle Jackson week. Office hQCouY$8use.- Claude Townsend- - is visiting in Jessamins county and taking a much needed rest. POWELL 6 JACKSON Household Salve r wtUr. COoIed Automobile. MdafromflnMt Pannw TUULnUB. A HAIA. Ttlltl. ftlrtl HmlMtJ .h r Aprrfectollforellherlr-coollo- Urt" t'tn riM. W Blah ritBB ono 65 raL ateel barrel with fiumt An tn m. tu you (or permanent torn. Prlea of ol 1 In ina WU.. 46c Mr ttHim. UIA3. V. 3IUU.0U.tU. fueliM, cee LEXINGTON. KY. til, liuuiuln jw (K.flM.rv .1 W..r.n r. I !!) ftr i natal eat Wat. Ordinary ailments qiid injuries aro not of themselves serious, but infection okIow vitality may make them dangerous. Don't neglect a cut, gore, bruise or hurt because it's small. Blood Poison has resulted from a- pinprick or scratch. For .all such ailments Bucklen'8 Arnica Salve is excel, lent. It protects and heals the hurt ; is antiseptic, kills infection and prevents dangerous compli-cationSkin Good for all Blemishes, Pimples, Salt Kheum, Eczema. Get aboriginal 2 ounce 25. boxjroin your Druggist. s. Dally Thought. Envy Is destroyed by true friendship and coquetry by truo love. La Rochefoucauld. Winchester Kentucky THE WINCHESTER BANK, of Winchester, Ky. 1 Companion Charles Edward Jefferson, pastor of Broadway Tabernacle in New York city, said: "There are more kinds of birds than there are kinds of fishes and serpents and animals combined. The largest ot all the king, doms of sentient life is the kingdom ot the birds." Capital Stock , ture sermon in the Woman's Home Surplus and Undivided In tho course ot an Interesting na- Largest Animal Kingdom. $100,000 $200,000 Profits j tf. Holly Witherspoon, W. Ti. Spliar VOUlt President. Cashier. . ACCOUNT SOLICITED-- Too True. Advertising hi Tho Times will There are always two win of nar. inr a. thlnr the wiv vnu did war U. nav you. If you don't believe it. and the way you wish you had said it. let us convince you by a trial.