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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): June 24, 1915 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1915 cla1915062401_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 24, 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. .Burgher JB X I We THE CLAY JD1TY TIMES M. P. O'MARA, Owner and Publisher are Here to Help Clay City; twlSurrounding Country and Ourselves. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. VO.L XX. CLA.Y CITY. KX, THURSDAY. STAtSTON. (By J"OT 24. J9I5: .NO. Lffe Bo If Des ft Indigestion Big Crowd at Circuit Court, The largest crowd in a long tune attended the opening of Circuit Court at Stanton Monday, aud as usual before election time, politics was the predominating subject of discussion where ever two or three people would con PSR Dcrthick.) Clareuee Edward Adams, th 9on of Edward little two year-oland Rissio Adams, died Saturday morning after a short illness of acute indigestion. The little fel low was a very bright boy, aud was well loved by all who knew hitn. The deepest sympathy is exnressed" for the parents in their trouble. The funeral wa held Sunday afternoon, at 1'owells Valley church, with Judge Mann holding the services. d Prof. Earl Sanson's brother from Ohio, is vjsltfngjiim this week. Mr. John WftWilllams made a has! ncss trip to Lexington Wednesday. Miss Carverilefti Inst week for her home in Tentioiae for a vacation visit She will i o turn d gill n to teach in the college. Miss Thompson") eft Monday to at tend a summer. school and after n brief visit to her h6mflill return to us. ; 1 & Big Picnic to be Held on July 3rd Boy Killed on Cow Creek. Band Will Have a Big "Celebra Big Crowd At Natural Bridge, The L & N. excursion to Nat' ura"! 17 Bridge Sunday, consisted o coaches, each one packed to capacity; inis resort is uecom- i ;'th6 ttplacerf fdlkatVtf?Hy' -- ; ye'arj'tnd c St. n g m orpojo jiMhreconize ular.acli succeeding jre qs OiiioianatiaBS tliese'" DatlieS," ,bf hom Vd iifcver n dedtiqq tahed re'tlU Iraiu -- pHcarry'r a f of.etX-A- R trow, ilefore,, if. 'JJ.i..-- -- thrirougbly; rnl.- - ba . greatest interest was shown in the Circuit Judge's race, both Benton aud Shackel ford having a large number of friends on hand to assist them in placing their claims hetore the people. A good number came from Clark, Jessamine, and oiauison counties and these were busy putting in a word for their candidates. Judge Benton's charge to the jury dealt largely with the vio ationB of the local option laws and other offences, sueh as pistol toting, shooting on the highway. and election offences. He direct- ed;attoliUon jo the homicide on North' Fork Sat'urdaynight, and to in- Instructed thegrand-ju'rvestigate tins Killing us uiorougn- Jy as possible, '.. it . i , ., 1 gregate. lie pecting an old friend Miss Paiglcy- tool teacher n Pitts of hers who ifl burg to visit heath's week and next Urol, llanieyus expecting to leave the last of thfarcek foratripto Cal ifornia to taKenn tne I'annma &xio sition. ,j Misses LnilejBoone and Mamie Der- lckson jeiMWtancsuny morning lor Zehnonlo, Pnjto-visi-t with Mrs. loW' ler who u sea. to live nere a lew yeurs ago . Mr" Charlev -Baker of Stillwater in , fcT . . ... : JVolfe Qounty arrived Wednesday for a visit with hia sister, Mrs. Henry Daniel and his brother, Uobcrt Baker. Mr; Jnmesjjtone and W. It. Catron have set. Un'tfn Ice cream imrlor in th Chancy DUiIdifig across from the depot and are, prepared .to servo L'e creum and cake to.thwr pmroife. Jackson? Attorney: Dies. Ju.dge3JSIvfOr.;B'aph,' hive! of the i i i? leauiug inomuers oi0 me uar in Eastern Kentucky, died at his home in Jackson last Saturday, after an illness of more than two years from Brights Disease. Judge Bach was for a number of years, quite prominent 'in all egal cases of any importance in Breath-t- t county, and was one of the attorneys for the defense in n the case of Red Tom Davidson, for complicity In the Callahan murder. He was recognized as one of the best authorities in the state in land title cases, and was also, an excellent jury plea'der. jge Bach is survived by his widow and two sons, (iraunis, who is now police judge of Jack son, and Uerchel, a stenographer. Judge Bach was also an uncle of Mrs. M. P. O'Mara. of this city. Husfl. County Clerk of Breathitt. CoQHty, and oiuuriUIm finest young men.iRithe county, htnttending. Jainesj nveQikhought M . - Alfred Holand Knox, 18 years of age, was shot and killed near his home on Cow- Creek Saturduy night, nnd Jepthu bparks is under arrest in Stanton jail charged with the murder. Coroner S. V. Larison went to the scene of the killing Monday morning, and after At. a meeting held Wednesday thorough investigation of the evidence night, it was definitely decided given by those living ne.-ft- the place by the members of the Clay City and the various witnesses, placed Band to have a picnic here 011 Sparks under arrest, the coroner's jury returning a verdict to the effect that July!). Plans have been formed he had fired the fatal shot. Knox was during the past two weeks for killed by a double shot from a shotgun, this celebration, and the eagerthecharge strikinghhn near the center ness with which the boys, are of the back. He lived for some hours working is bound to make it a afterwards, and is reported to have Everybody is invite d made a statement to Dr. Knox to the bigsuccess. effect that Sparkes did not kill him to come and have a "ood time. The gun used belonged to the West There will be a big parade at 10 boys, who lived near the scene of the m., after which the real fun shooling, and they claim that it was stolen from their house. From the will start with n ball game, and evidence given nt the Inquest it would sports of all kinds. In the after appear that all the parties were drink- - noon another ball game will be ng Saturduy night and the shooting put on, and races of all kinds, came as a climax to this. No oausu both for the young and old, climl- was assigned for the killing. Tin-derng the greasy pole, catching,the boy was a son of William Knox.- - tion that Day - ad Leiiiseivus. lmu re- from- RELIGIOUS. 1U V hungry crowd, and nerore tne train was ready to start on the return trip, nothing was left to eat or drink but plain water. u cattle af . . if, uvereuauoui tne iasi .01 sentemoer rhey will average about 1030 pounds. "M D""' M,fcJ 7 cents per pound ,,;vu,"h u to be de Mines Getting Out More Coal. One of our subscribers in county, who, through does not like Ins name to appear in print, sends us the following letter, accompanied by a check for his subscription: Clay City Times,: Enclosed lind check for my subscription.. I always enjoy your paper as it seems like a letter from home. The mines ut and Flemiiig are now getting out about 80 cars of coal a day, but by July 1 will be- getting out 100 or more. This state ment isquito true, as I have to cheok the loads, and I thought Powell county friends might like id know what we are doing up hero. Times are on the upward move under the great Woodrow Wilson administration, and show ts - Damage Suit Filed. D. It. Daniel filed suit Monday against Sam Jett, Sheriil Matt Spencer, Jailer A. A. Allen and other officers of Breathitt, asking $5,000 damages for false arrest. prospect of further improvement. .'ho suit arose out of a deal in hogs between Mr. Daniel and You ib Truly, County Judge A. O. Crawford, An Old Subscriber Arch Crawford and Sim Jett, of Breathitt county, in which a New Sunday rove of hogs was said to be corn- - School Superintendent i Mrs. Mary G. McGuiro has been appointed to act as superintendent of the Sunday School of the Clay City Methodist Church to take the place of Mr. Joe Mount, who will be unable to attend regular. Mr. Mounts has made a splendid superintendent and we regret to know lie can not be with us. Mrs, McOuiro can attend regularly, aud we preidiot fqr her a good work. The appoint' ment will be in force till the 4th quarterly conference tit which the Supt. is elected by.: that body, (rial, I fed and were nfterwardH found, when killed at the stockyards, to be mast fed. As the packers refused to pay the price agreed ou for corn fed hogs, Mr Dauiel topped payment on the check he iad given Mr. Crawford, with with the result that he was placed uder arrest mid incarcerated in Jackson jail for a few hours, but fter a hearing before Judge liddell, who was holdinir Circuit Court there, he was discharged. he warrant was served on Mr. Jett iu this county and the' case will be biought to Stantou for Circuit Court is going on this week. The writer has been so busy that he has not had linio to t,ro down to the Court House and And out what is going on. There was a large crowd that Hist service, and do nil you can came in Monday to he at the opening o help push the good work. of Court. .'his is the onlv time I have for Itcv. G. W. Miller olliciated at the meeting at Rosslyn and feel ordination service of It. T. Crowe, who ike it will bo the best for the was set apart to preach the gospel at "I'omii the Itosslyu Christian Church this past majority 01 the peopl. week, itichard as we nil know him is with us and wo we will do thee preaching somewhere each Sunday good" (Bible) and is drawing good crowds wherever E. II. ltitchey 1. C, hu goes. He preached ut the Christian Church in Stanton last Sunday. Do not forget the spelling inatoh to FOR SALE. take place ut the court house on Satur Pile Payne property iu Clay day night of tills week. The contest is consisting of an open4 10 Ice cream will be hewed. City, muse with all outbuildings and The admhsion fee is 10 and 15 cents. All under 12 admitted for 10 cents. four lots, is for sale at the low The money taken iu is to bo used for a price of fiOO. Further particu Blank deeds for sale new fence around the cemetery and lars at this ollice. Times office, 5 cents each. the entertainment deserves the pat ronage of everybody hi the town and surrounding community. The writer was called to Torrent to A. conduct the funerul services of onuof Wolfe County's most respected citizen, Mr. W. L. llusli, or Uncle Kill Hush as , he was so well kndwn. Hu died on Thursday and h;irled in the family lot Friday. Uncle Bill was known far aud near and was a man of great in fluence. Hu wus the futhur of seventeen children, of whom eleven are living. Hu wil bo missed by a host of relatives as he was their chieftain aud the peacemaker of the families. He was the leader of the Christian Church at Zaehariuh and hag probably taken care of more preachers than any other man iu the county. Jus home was open to all. Hcsided raising his own. large family ha has helped to raise several other hoys and girls. No' homeless child ever camo to his house und His lust wife was wus turned away a girl that he had raised iu the home, aud four children are left with her, A pioneer and leader, u sterling citizen and a christian niuu has gone aud loft a vacant place that will be hard to fill, If indeed it ever can ho filled. Judgu Shackelford, of ltlclpnond, A;.realieejijiK will begin at the Methodist. Church at ltoss- Saturday night, the 2Gth met. lev. It. T. Robinson, of Berry will do the preaching. Bxo. Rob- nsouisagnod mini and a preach er of moro than ordinary abilitv. We want you to come to the greasy pig, dancing, and iu fne', everything that will be conducivu to a good days' otitinjr. No rowdyism will be tolerated, and special police will be put on enforce order. Arrangements are being made bv the coinmitte-o supply suitable uccouiodation for horses, mules, etc., but o feed will be supplied. The privileges are fast being disposed of, and ail the membeis of the bund are boosting to make he affair the best picnic that tli town has ever had. 1 o 1 Don't forget the basket dinner at Hardwicks Creek Methodist Church next Sunday. at Tho Public Speaking t ad- Judge J. M. Benton will dress the voters of the county at the Clay City school house on t t SATURDAY NIGHT, JUNE 26. t f t t V I Everybody Come X (Continued on Page Six,) THE For Railroad Commissioner. We arc authorized to nnnounco U. G. GARRETT A Democratic Newspaper as n candidate for Railroad Com missioner 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. M. P. O'MARA, TIMES. ANNOUNCEMENTS Regaiiis Former Life and Energy Miss F. B. Robinson tells How She Benefited guor, poor appetite, sleeplessness, it-bu- s RAILROAD & TIME TABLE Railway Com- -' catarrhal Lexington faulty circulation, troubles and rheumatism proved of remarkable benefit, as Eastbotind. scores have testified. This remedy is now on Bale in No. 1. Clay City at Entou & McGmre's, Dally. and in Stantlnf at Uardwick and 7:03 A.M.I Co's. dulta Useless. Pastor (from tho pulpit) The col- Eastern pany Westbound. No. 4. From Tanlac Louisville, Ky., June 25. Miss Finnic B Robinson, of the mile tiery firm of :llobinson & Blomer, 'Dally. lie'xlngton Winchester I & E. June. Clay City- 2:B0.M: j 1 7:55A..M. 8:15 A.M.l 8MBA.M.I 1:45 P.M 1:30 P.M. their case in the court of Appeals When Chief .fustic Miller handed down an opinion allirni ing the Clark Circuit Court, which refused to grant a iniina-torinjunction to the saloon men to force the 'city council to renew their licenses. It seems certain now that the saloons are nut of Winchester for good, and Lexington is now the only "wet" spot in this neighborhood. lost y lection which we took up today Is for T):27 A.'M. Camp. Junct. We arc authorized to announce lit 1628 WestMiirket street, this the garages of Africa Tho trouser OWNER AND PUBLISHER. Maloney city, u successful and widely 'buttons which some of the brethren 10:18 A3I. W. R. SHACKELFORD Jackson 11:20 A.M. , have, dropped In plate are conseas Candidatcfor the Democratic known, business woman-- says she quently useless. the Haddlx 12:02 P.M.I mail mat nomination for Circuit Judge of found relief from Tanlac after Entered as second-clas- s Hazard 1:44 P.M.I Judicial district. trying other remedies with no tcr at the Post Office at Clay City, the Twenty-fift- h 3:35 P.M.j Whltcsburg Easy to Classify. 4:18P.M.j Primary election August 7, 1915. permanent benefit. McRoberts Ky., under the Act of Congress of Tommy was put to bed early one No. 3. evening, and getting up next morning, "I was in a rtirfdovn condition," his, papa told aim he had something Daily. March 3, 1879. We arc authorized to announce she explained recently, "and 1 to show him Leading blm into bis J. M. BENTON, Lexington l:4ii P.M.I PAPER. of Winchester, Ky., as a candidate seemed to have very poor circu mother's bedroom, he drew out from' 2:37 P.M.! Winchester A HOME-MAtiny baby the bedclothes for the Democratic nomination for latiou. I slide red from severe under had come duringa the night. 2:53 P..AI.I I & E. June. which Circuit Judge in the 25th Judi- headaches, and my sleep was un "Now. Tommy, what do you think this 2r2S P.M. Clay City THURSDAY, JUNE ,24 1915 cial district. Primary election certain. 1 was nervous nriq Is?" said his father, smiling Tom4:12 P.M.I Camp. June. August 7, 1915. my's big eyes opened wide and looklacked energy. Maloney ing proudly at his father, said: "Why, G:O0P.M. C:00P.M.( Jackson "I tried different 'physicians and dat'a a tld!" The Winchester saloon men For Circuit Cterk. Quicksand en's p.m.! different remedies', without get DE For Circuit Judge. 1 l:0uM.'. (12:22 P.M. 11: 19 A.M. 10 :20 A.M. j 9:48 A.M. j I 8:00 A.M; C :20 A.M. No. 2. j 5:40 A.M. Dally. 8:C0 A".M. - j 8J00A.M.. 7:37 A.M. 7:00 ATm; G :19 A.M. j j I 5:35 A.M. 4:45 A.M. 4:31A.M. No. 6. 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 primary, iVugust 7, 1915. We are authorized to announce MARION ATKINSON as a 'candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of Powell county, subject to the action of the Democratic primary, August 7, 1915. The recent decision of the SuFor Representative. preme Court in the action brought We are authorized to announce against the Adams Express Com A. M. LOWE pany for carrying liquor into "dry" territory, has been noted as a candidate for Representative with interest, particularly by from this district, subject to the action of the Democratic primary, a "dry'' those living, as we do, in ting any real relief. One day a friend said to me, 'Why not get a bottle of Tanlac? Everyone says it is fine.' H feel that I owe a great deal to fe person who suggested that to me. My troub le has disappeared since I began takiug'this medicine. Iam full of energy and vigor, eat heartily, and sleep like a child. My nerves are in fine shape,fand my friends Ijave noticed wha'cu change has come over me. Tttnlacdid it all, -- Deafness Cannot be Cured No. Dally. 6:30 G:47 8:48 10:43 If :30 ! Dallyi A.M.(. A.M. A.M.j A.M.j A.M. by local applications, as they cannot reach the diseased portion of tlieenr. There Is only one way tocuru dcafncs3, and that Is by constitutional remedies. Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of tho Eustachian Tube. AVIion this tube is inflamed you hav.e a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and when it is entirely closed, Deafness is the result, and unless the inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition, hearing will be deand 1 am glad Unsay so publicly. stroyed forever: nine cases out of ten Tanlac, the" peerless prepara ' are caused by Catarrh, which is nothingbut an inflamed condition of the tmition, is of especfal A'aluo for its surfaces. We will give One tonic qualities. :.'Iii case of lan Icous Dollars for any case of Deafness Jackson Haddlx. Hazard Whitesburg McRoberts j 5:45 P.M. G:45A.M. 3:2CP.M. I " 1:27 P.M. 12:45 P.M. W. A. RUSSELL, P. T. M:. Louisville. caused by catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure Send lor .cir" culars, free. F,J. CHENEY and CO., Toledo, Ohii. Sold by Druggists, 75c. Take Hall's Family pills for county.' Tho ompany was charged with a violation of t lie county unit law, in transport ing liquors from a "wet" county to a "dry" one, but the court held that as long as the liquor was for the personal use of the person ordering if, the express company was not committing any violation in transporting- it. This makes a regular little gold mine for the express companies and for the mail order liquor dealers whose circulars are flooding every mail exp-es- s August 7, 1915. We are authorized to announce B. F. IIATTON as a candidate for the Republican nomination for Representative from this district, subject to .the action of theRepublicau primary We arc authorized to announce . A. T. STEWART as a candidate for the Republican nomination for Representative for this district. Subject to tho ac tion of the Republican primary, August v, if -- SERVICE COST - The 'first cost of a Binder or 'Mower is a'minof consideration whenyou:gfetone that Igures the yearly cost ddwn sp:lowtha f OA mr in fact.it becomes, not a cost at all, but an income upon your investment. nhls is especially true of iid. ncCorinick Binders and Mowers Jus Fishing In Kentucky We. arc authorized to announce Jug fishing is very popular in Kentucky, at present. To the uninitiated it must be explained that baited lines are tied to the empty jugs, which are securely sealed to prevent them from filling with water and sinking. When the jug begins to "bob" you've got a bite. Of course you have to take along jugs or you can't jug fish any. And of course the jug must be emptied of its contents if any before fishing begins. Only empty jugs are used. Understand? Hart fort, Ky. Herald. Apple Trees Dying ALBERT EASTER as a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Representative for this district. Subject to the action of the Democratic primary, August 7, 1915. We are authorized to announce E. B, McULONE as t candidate for the Republican nomination for Representative Subject to the action of the Republican prim ary, August 7, 1915. for this district. 33rd Judicial District. We are authorized to announce HUGH HIDDELL as candidate for tho Dnmnnr.itin nomination for Circuit Judge for There is considerable regret orising Breathitt, Estill, Lee and Wolfe among the people of this vicinity acnon counties. Subject to tho 01 rno Augujt primary. over tho fact that apple trees in this notion aru dying so rapidly. Unless some remedy is found it lonkB as if the apple trees w ill all bo destroyed. It is first discover d when a tree becomes scaly, w mid then begins dying at tho tip tho branches. Several hundred trees are reported killed Bourbon Poultry Cur down a cblck'i throat cure and ol hers showing signs of decay, CPe A lew drop la tbe drlol lag water curea mad prevent thought to be the Pear blight-icholera and othf chlik dlneae. Ono A0o bottj. cause. raakciljgalluntof tuedlcloc. lldruertt.pr by mull poitpaM poultry book tree. mmn tutor do., ihiwi.i, i DRINK Sold by live tbe 23rd ludicial district, prim The McCormick Binder is en rigidly and scientifically constructed that it docs not shake apart after two ior three years service but goes on and does good work for years and years. The McCormick Binder is the strongest biuder and does good work in tangled and twisted grain. WeJtivlte you to come .in and make comparison with other niakes'and let us prove to you the superior qualities in tlio McCormick. McCormick. Mowers are jso well and favorably known and mve been in service no g in this county that nil we have to say is that you should carefully consider before you pur chase any other. stock of repairs for McCormick machines. good Also Biuder Twine and If arid good care on your ropairs Is what you want, then, trade with us. inn-chin- ' nuno s '"'". Grubbs COR. MAIN BROADWAY V - AND Benton WINCHESTER, mama "MtflC THAN WCl? FARMERS UNION SUPPLY CO. Clay City, Ky. . KY. s I ; ' Hagan Wc & WINCH USHER, Walters, KY. to do are Prepared All kinds of Machine Work Both heavy and light. Also weld broken castings or any metal . that will melt, and make them as good as new. : John Hiley iB'inursiug a very as the result sore foot this of an accident last Saturday,! THE RURAL PRES when if btillet.frofn a 552 pistol, which he was cleaning, passed through his foot. No bones were broken, but it Will be some days The Local Paper a Most Useful Agency on the Farm Tho Press, before the WotiTidhenls sufficient Pulpit and School a Trinity of ly to make walking at all com Influence' That Must Bo fortable for him. Utilized In Building Agriculture. Smoke Stacks made to Order. ALL WOttK OUARANTliEU : Give Us a Trial and See How Quick We Do The Work. Hubert II all,--. formerly of Win Chester, has been in the county this week Soliciting subscriptions for farm mugtiziiie?. He reports By Peter Radford Armchair Out or Orange oancl. This la a tunny sort of life, writes a soldier at tho front. At present five of us are doing our best to live comfortably In a newly built house. It has had all the windows blown out by shrapnel, and wo have had to use old sacking to keep tho draft out Wo have punched some holes la a pall, and this makes a lino brazier for burning charcoal In. We uae the bottom of a petrol tin with the sides turned up for a frying pan, an old pall for a teapot and kettle, and saucepan, and sundry other things all la one. Lecturer National Farmers' Union A broad campaign of publicity on the subject of rural life Is needed In this stato today to bring the problems of the farmers to the forefront. The city problems are blazoned upon tho front pages of the metropolitan dallies and echoed In the country press, AMI best lubrication carbon a very successful business, and says that the fanners are becnin. ing better acquainted with the and advertise that I can furnish a value of scientific work, and house on seven cents. consequently read more farm but the troubles There is a chap behind mo making oi the farmers aro papers each year. seldom told, except by those who armchairs out of orange barrels, ami seek to profit by the story, and tho he Is making a most infernal row. He glitter of tho package ofttimes ob- - has already cut hiinseir four times, scures the substance. A searching in- - and threatens to chuck It if ho cut.s Thirty-si- x for 25 Cents vestlgatlon into the needs of the For a table wo have two bacon boxes with wood across the top, and for chairs wo use nny old box we can find. When I get back homo I think I shall set up us a furnishing company, - freely. Positively frea from carbon. On your first purchase of one bll. of No Carb Auto Oil will fur- nlsh free one C5 iral. steel barrel with faucet, fine to use by you for permanent storatre. Prlceof oil In IroabMi., 46c pr filial. OrJtr from ai yoir niolin. cip CHAS. C. STOLLOIL CO. "Enailine", powirfal Ihji'iJ grtaw, tti oil. tr.nimiuioa ell. wIoiIts fr tuoliii tqlaei. ) or water- Aoerfectoil foreltheralr-coole- d ' eooltd automobiles. Mado from finest Fcnnsyl- vania Crude. 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(Jet a bottle take a dose to night, your Constipation will be relieved in the morning. ;)( for 2oc., at all Druggists. lo-dn- The growing or legumes will retard soil depletion and greatly add to Its power to produce. TOO MUCH flP AM I j. flRnPAl UnUCHL I farmers will reveal many Inherent de- fects in our economic system that can bo easily remedied when properly un- derstood and Illuminated by tho pow er of the press. The rural press, tho pulpit and tho school are a trinity of powerful in- fluences that the farmer must utilize to their fullest capacity before ho can occupy a commanding position in pub - , He affairs. These gigantic agencies aro organized In every rural community and only await tho patronage nd cooperation of the farmers to fully develop their energy and usefulness. They nre local forces working for tho best Interests of their respective communities. Their work is to build and their object Is to serve. They prosper only through tho development and prosperity of the community. T'Tvprv fflrmnr In thlo etnto a1mn11 subscribe for the local naner. an wnll aB farm Periodicals and such other nilhlfrnttnnii na ho mnv fln,l nr,.fl(,,l1 but he should by all means subscribe himself again. . Deceptive Looks, Although Lord Charles Bercstord is nolcJ for h,8 1)reezy s,yIe hc can at timeg U8 very sarcastic, as his poj Utlcnl opponents well know. Shortly after he entered the house 0f commons a certain M. P., who hud recently announced a complete change jn his nolltical onlnlons on a verv 1m- portant matter, said to him one day in a patronizing tone: "I think, in time, you might become a statesman, though I must admit you don't look a bit like one." "Pot that lrfatter." answered Lord Charles Instantly, "you don't look like a weathercock!" After that the other M. P. was less patronizing. ' SKS1 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 Conducted throughout the Term. By paying part of their Expenses ' in Work, Students may get Kates at the Dormitory as low as $ 5o per Week. I For Information Write to Rev. J. C' Hanley, President, Ky. Stanton, Winchester is to have u bit: fair this year. A number of business men have formed a corporation and will make the fair un annual event. It will be held this year dtriur the last week of July, between the Mt. Sterling and Lexington fairs, and a splendid premium list in being 9 n8ES3 awtoWm the Lamp Oil that oaves hyes 1101)6it lun rlo ir, .tciidy Hglit. this by rett njf tlio oil tl. lt Iunru Litrrj down tn lh nk .1 u ......" rue oil reUnt to rrrfeotloiu Own no inn's tliirujhe Inferior prepared. A , Doctor .One- effective Cough Treatment. fourth to one teaspoonful of Dr. King's- New Discovery, taken a?, needed, will soothe ami chock Coughs, Colds unil the more dangerous Bronchial and An - 'j Prescript Ion for Cough hung Ailments. You can't af. Clias. C. Stoll Oil Co. ford to take the risk of Furious Lexington, Ky. illness, when bo cheap and simple Reaner tt H'arren, Tfc a remedy us Dr. King's New Wt cell Uie celebrated "No Caib" Auto OU. Discovery is obtainable. Go to your Druggist to day, get u hot-ti- e of Dr. King's New Discovery, start the f r'lthneut at once. Yon Blank deeds, for sale at The will be gratified for the relief und cure obtained.' Times office, 5 cents each. theraOsethe. &kT,vS'ouo" MT M0NEY-v- cs avoi eyes. Your dfcuto Jia-- i 80LITIC OIL In barrcU direct from our works. Insurmountable Obstacle to Eminent for his local paper, and no home American's Having His Life should be without it. The local paper Mask Mads. is part or the community life and the edlfor understands the farmer's prob"Richard Brooks, an American lems. It Is the local press that will sculptor, who r cently gave up his study the local problems and through studio In .Parl8i.and .came back- - home Its columns deal with subjects of most not long ago told me of an experience vital Importance to local life of tho no nau with n certain distinguished community. American who has attained the "high A Noble Task. est honors at Mie hands of his coun trymen," remarked Frank J. Daly of In too many Instances the country Fort Smith. Ark., at Washington. "Mr. Brooks, while dabbling with his papers mimic the city press by givclay and experimenting In Paris, hit ing prominence to scandals, accidents upon a new mothod of makins life and political agitation. Tho new masks of distinguished persons, the rural civil Izatlon has placed upon the lira mcsk, of course, always being rural press icnewed responsibilities, preferable to a death mask. This and enlarged possibilities for usefulmethod was n simple one, consisting ness, it cannot p'orform Its mission merely of lathering the person's face to agriculture by recording the frailand. after the lather had dried, apply ties, the mishaps and inordinate amIng wax, over which the plaster parls bitions of humanity, or by filling Its wns spread Brooks explained what columns with- tho echoes of the struggles of busy streets, or by enchanting t:o desired to the secretary of the dls. Ungulshed American, and the secre stories of city llfo which luro our tary, after deliberating, said he saw no children from the farm. It has a higher and nobler task. cbjeptlon to It. He would consult his Too often tho pages of the city dallies chief, lie said. "How long will It take?' Inquired bristle with tho struggle of ambitious the secretnry, as he was about to de. men in their wild lust for power, and many times the flames of personal part to apprise his chief. conflict sear the tender buds of new "'About half an hour.' returned Mr. civilization and illuminate thp path Brooks. " 'Oh, I forgot to ask,' suddenly said way to destruction. Tho rural press tho secretary, returning. 'Can he talk Is tho governing power of public sentiment and must hold steadfast to while tho mask Is being made?' principle ship of "'Certainly hot,' replied the sculp In tho and keep thoprogress. state roadstead of Tho tor. " 'Then It's all off,' returned the sec- rural press can best serve tho Interretary, throwing up his hands. 'He ests of the fnrmors by applying its energies to tho solutiou of problems couldn't keep still that long to save affecting the local community. It his life.'" must stem the mighty life current that Is moving from tho farm to tho What tho Bulletins Told. cities, sweeping befiwo It a thousand He had beeu away back on tho farm boys and girls per day. It has to deal foj- - many months. From time to time with the fundamental problems he lia'd heard that thoy wore still civilization ut their fountain head. of Its lighting In Europo, but the apples, mission Is to direct growth, teach efprunes and pigs had kept him too busy ficiency and mold tho Intellectual life to be well posted on the news of bat of the country, placing before the pub tie. Reaching Market and Kearney lic the dally problems of tho farmers streets and seeing a crowd outsldo the and giving first attention to the legChronicle ofllco gazing at the score islative, educational aud board, ho felt sure that some very im- social needs of the agricultural classes portant dispatches had come through. within its respective community. Judging from the size of tho crowd he thought It might be tho end of tho The Power of Advertising. war, "Bub, I haven't my specs; tell The Influence of advertising is clear me, is it all over?" he said, addressing a tall youngster. "Not quite, but very ly vlelbjo in the homes and habits of nearly," "What's (he latest?" "A tie tho farmers, and tho advertising colin tho eighth and one down In the umns of the press are making tholr Imprint upon the lives of our people. ninth." Sau Francisco Arcouaut The farmer possesses tho things that " are best advertised. Tho farmer Is entitled to all the For flood Uarberlnjt Try advantages and. deserves all tho luxA. I. JOHNSON uries of life. We need more urtt, o and useful facilities ou the In the old stand, next to the Red farms, and many homos aud farms Kiver'tlotl. HB are well balanced lu this respect, but the advertiser can render a service Dally Thought. by teaching the advantages of modern A uoble nature can alone attract th equipment throughout tho columns of noble and alone knows how to. retain the rural press. scl-enc- and y6ur face bruised?" asked the boy's father. "My condition,' was tho cautious reply, "is tho result of a slide to second base. ' "But I thought you were umpiring the game?' "I was. I said the boy who slid didn't make it." When honesty Is merely a good policy it is a poor virtue. Lazy farmers aro Just as useless as dead ones and take up more room. When the soul communes with the nature- tho back to tho farm movement prevails. Getting the Details. "How did you get your clothes torn spirit of There are two kinds of farmers. One tries to take all the advice he at hears and the other won't take any all. DAY OF NOISE IS PASSING We Seem to Be on the Eve of a Popular Movement Toward the "Soft Pedal." Dircctor-ZIeglc- r. In his latest health bulletin, recommends a "soft pedal" week. In which the extant strict injunctions against extraordinary and futile noises shall be honored In tho observance. A great many persons, 111 or well, fervently pray that the "soft pedal" on the city's htrepltant racket may be applied, not morely for a week, but for all time. Wo are ou the eve of a popular revolution against noise. Tolerance has ceased to bo a virtue. A little while ago lone protestants here and there were looked upou as harmless cranks. Societies for the propagation of un necessary noises flourished like tho green bay tree, and the thought of trespass on a man's repose as an indictable offense, like trespass upon any other property, was scouted as absurd. The educated and sober second thought or the publje Is now directed against the wanton depredations on nocturnal peace committed by thoughtless motorists, ay peddles and venders, by those who dellvei mlllc or newspapers or other wares at an early hour from house to house. A fortune, In dollars nud In human gratitude alike, awaits the inventor who shall obliterate the slam bang of the trucks of u trolley car ut Hid street Intersection. Those whoo por slstent sleep would bo undlsturbd by any sound short of the angelic trump ou the day of judgment aro not In a position to appreciate tho aouto uf ferlag the fttsuult upon (la) tympanum brii 3s to those of shrluk Ing nerves and sensitive Ubr in Mid out of hospitals. , ccarls I The'furmurs are la need of personal leadership. They have political, lead' ers, but they ivstnl local industrial community and educational leaders. Evidently Built, to Last What Is believed to be the oldest Infor a tew cents, but there are a num- habited residence In the world la a) ber of other thing that Induce some mansion In Germany that was built In 700. men to remain in the bachelor class. Calico Dreti Not All. A calico dress ran now be bought THE COUNTY FAIR By Peter Radford Lecturer National Farmers' Union "we m DANIEL BOONE AXLE GREASE And don t Tho farmer gets mora out of the fair than anyone else. The fair to a city man ia an entertainment; to a fanner It is' education. Let us take a stroll through tho fair grounds and linger a moment at a few of the points Starck Pianos No Money in Advance SatSafao (ioa Gtmr-anteed have to great; but once a week. Made in Kentucky by CHAS. C. STOLL OIL CO. LovroslNet Prices E a i eat Terms A Saving oi SlOO to A. STARCK f PRESIDENT Fa ot or y S200FacFrom tory Direct OWN HOME We will ship you beautiful Starck Piano for 30 days' free trial, In your home. No cash payment required. All we ask Is that you will play upon, uso and test this piano for 30 days. If, at the end of that time, you do not find It the highest grade, sweetest toned and finest piano in every way, that you have ever seen for the money, you are at perfect liberty to send it back, and we will. In that event, pay the freight both ways. This Starck Piano must make good with you, or there is no sale. We ship direct to you from cur factory, prices that UTeyou upwards of 1160.00 in the cost ef your piano. We guarantee, to furnlth you a better piano for the money tnan you can secure elsewhere. You are auured of receit Ing on uu nnvc cdce uhioa rntt Sm $150.00 tdiii iiiihl in your tr Mir Easy Paymanls it a aatitfactory tweet toned durable high grade piano. 25-Y- Ton pay no cash down, but after 20 days of trial, you can begin payment on the low est, easiest terms ever suggested by a piano manufacturer. These terms are arranged to suit your convenience, and it is possible ou to buy a piano for your borne, witbou missing the money. . ot w BuarantM try Starck riano la guaranteed for 25 jrart. This guarantee has back of it our 35 ycara ot piano eiperlenee, and the reputation ot an raponsible piano bouse. 2nd-Ha- nd largalns Player-Nin- es We hare constantly on hand a large numbtr-e- t slightly used 50 Free M.sie pianos ot all and second-hanstandard makes taken in exchange for new Starck Pianos The followand I'lajcr-rUno- s. ing are a few sample bargains: Ltstins Weber Kimball To every purchaser of Starck Pianos, we give free music lessons, in oae of the best known schools in Chicago. These lesions you can take in your own home, by mail. This represent! one year's free Instruction. dickering Starck second-ban- Steinway $110.00 92.00 00.00 OSiOO are Starck Player-Piano- s the best and most beautiful Player Pianos on the market. You will be delighted with the many exclusive feature of these wonderful Instruments, and will be pleased with the very low prices at which they can be secured. Send today for our new beautifully illustrated piano book which gives you a large amount ot Information regarding pianos. Thit book will interest and please you. Write today. Plant leak Fraa 195.00 bargain list. Send for our latest complete P. A. STARCK PIANO "CO.. 1384 Starck Bid., CHICAGO" ot greatest interest. Wo will first' visit the mechanical department and hold communion' with the world's greatest thinkers. You are now attending a congress of the mental slants in mechanical science of all ages. They are addressing you in tongues of iron and steel and in language mute and powerful tell an eloquent story ot the world's progress, Tho inventive geniuses are the most valuable farm hands we havo and they perform an enduring service to mankind. We can all help others for a brief period while we live, but It takes a master mind to tower into the realm of science and light a torch ot progress that will Illuminate the pathway of civilization for future generations. The men who gave us the sickle, the binder, the cotton gin and hundreds of other valuable Inventions work in every field on earth and wjll continue their labors as long as tlmo Their bright Intellects have conquered death and they will live and serve mankind on and on forever, without money and without price. They havo shown us how grand and noble it is to work for others; they have also taught us lessons In economy and efficiency, how to make one hour do the work ot two or more; have lengthened our lives, multiplied our opportunities and taken toll oft the back of humanity. They are thd most practical men the world ever produced. Their Inventions have stood the acid teat of utility and efficiency. Like all useful men, they do not "seek publicity, yet mHUons of machines 'sing their praises from every harvest, Held on earth and as many plows turn the. soil in mute applause of their marvelous achievements. 1 Lexicon, Ky. ROXA COLA BOTTLING WORKS Manufacturers of . ROXA COLA AND BEATTYVILLE, OTHER SOFT . DRINKS. KY. SPECIALS! This week we are offering the following special values: , Sugar per Flour Meat Lard We have 99 lOO 99 per lb. $7.25 $3.60 V 14c 14c a complete line of Peters' shoes and invite you to call and see them. Farmers Union Supply Store Frank Keiinon, Mj;r. 1 ! '! 'I H"M- - -- M'4- FARMER RADFORD ON WOMAN SUFFRAGE The homchis the gs&test contribution of women to tho world, and the hearthstone!' Is her throne'. Our social structure is built around her, and social righteousness Is In her chargo. Her beautiful life lights the skies of hope and her refinement ia the charm, ot twentieth century civilization. Her graces and her power are the cumulative products of generations of queenly conquest, and her crown ot exalted womanhood Is jeweled with the wisdom of saintly mothers. " Sho has been a great factor In tho glory' of our country, and her noble achievements should not be marred or her hallowed Influence blighted by tho coarser duties of citizenship. American chivalry should nevor permit her to bear the burdens ot defending and maintaining government, but should preserve her unsullied from the allied influences ot politics,' and protect her from tho weighty responsibilities ot the sordid affairs of life that will crush her IdealB and lower her standards. The motherhood of tho farm is our inspiration, she is the guardian of our domestic welfare and a guide to a higher lite, but directing the affairs of government Is .not within woman's sphere, and political gossip would cause her to neglect the home, forget to niena our. clothes and burn the biscuits. RURAL SOCIAL CENTERS We need social centers where our young people can be entertained, amused and Instructed under the dl rectlon of cultured, clean and com patent leadership, where aesthetlo surroundings stir the love tor the beautiful, where art charges the atmosphere with Inspiration and power, and innocent amusements instruot and brighten ibelr lives, To hold our young people on the farm we must make farm life more attractive as well as the business of farming more remunerative. The school house should be the teelal unit, properly equipped fer nourishing 'and building character,, so that the IItm of our people can properly' fuetMea' around It and becowe aujtplltjtf wHh the necessary elewwts of 'human thought and activity, Education Is a jdevrtojiteg ef the mind, not a studs ef Whs Digest what you Old men have This Bank I n vi f es New A ceo u n f s On I the basis of efficient service aud absolute security I I f WIRE FENCE. CLOVER and TIflOTHY SEED. COTTONSEED MEAL : 1 BRAN ; OATS Owensboro Wagons 3 Per Cent Interest on Time Deposits fa Bedford & Tuttle, Clay City National Bank Clay City, Kentucky. h SUMMER SUITS If you want class and style in your summer clothes you cannot afford to overlook mrs They know Sold "The PahxT BLOOMFI ELD'S SPECIALS They sell at REASONABLE PRICES and they are WORTH THE MONEY. It takes rood paint to please 'the practical, conscientious painter. He knows his success depends upon the quality of his paint. That's why s aany painters insist on using Come in and Look them over. Lee Bloomf ield & Co., Main St. Next to the Clark County National Dank. Green Seal Paint Twenty-iv- e years of "kowif how" hacks every can. Give it a trial. Hanna's it is durable "Made-t-wear- ." ty sW a Winchester, Ky EATON & McGpiRE, Clay City. LYLE & CO., yemg have dreams. fllMIsMa -1 bh i Stanton. wp aWaaa, M BTOfflONAL StlNMrSOIOOL recite it in concert.) own heart- Lesson II. Samuel's choice set aside and. David the youngest son Is selected to be king. Lesson III. The wonderful shepherd psalm which is a "testimony" ot David the shepherd king. (Have the school HARD WICK & : - CO. Lesson (By E. O, HKLLUIIS. Acllnc Olrectot ot Sunday School Course of Moody Hlbl Institute, Chicago.) LESSON FOR JUNE REVIEW, 27 SECOND QUARTER. L,ESSON-Palm 78:65-7- 1 HOLDKN TEXT- -1 myself will lie the gli.pherd of my sheep. Ezcklel 34:lS. mADINO The approximate time corered by these lessons ii from 1091 01 1078 B. C, to 1035 or 1023 B. C, somewhere between CO and 60 years. The most prominent character is David. He is related to every lesson, except the first, either as an actor or an author. This fact sites us a center about which to revolve our review. By making assignments a week in advance a chapter summary of David's life can be presented as follows: Chapter I, Saul's disobedience, and Its relation to David. II, The secluded shepherd boy and Samuel. Ill, The boy and the giant. IV, The musician and the king. V, The boy and his friend. VI, The young man in exile. VII, The young man as king. VIII, The king and the ark. IX, The king's great sin. The remaining lessons will make excellent reading matter to be interspersed with the presentation of the various chapt ters and we may call the whole program "From Obscurity to Power." An excellent suggestion is made in VHeloubet'8 Selected Notes," ot making a large chart ruled vertically into five columns and horizontally into twelve spaces, one for each lesson. Label the vertical columns respectiveintervening ly; place, characters, events, key verse, and principal teaching. Then have-- each of the sixty different spaces assigned to classes or to individuals who will each In turn, beginning at the upper left hand corner with lesson one, fill in the. different paces In order until the whole chart, .is covered. If a blackboard is used . Jh'se facia can be written, within the ( fA ...WW wmaaw JWM. MltlV.1 I... k MiinfAi nfhArfftA nam mnftt enjo nave tnejacts wrmea.up. on previously prepared pieces of card board; or .paper, each to correspond to' the dimensions of the various squares on the large chart As In the case ot the "chapter review," previous suggested, Lessons III, XI and XII, being from the Psalms, may be read and no further attention be given to them so far as the chart is concerned. Forlhe younger classes a good, story Jeller can give a running story ot the lessons which will prove highly interesting To drill the school or the separate classes on some of tho outstanding facta ot tho books of First, and Second Samuel and the Psalms will prove a profitable expenditure of time. For Illustration: Who are the heroes of First Samuel?. Of Secona 8amuel? What chief events in the life of David are recorded In First Samuel? In Sec ond Samuel? Where is tho record ot David and Goliath? if a running commentary is desired tho following suggestions may.help: Ieseon I. Saul Is 'set aside, hence the need of David, "a man after God's Lesson.IV. A venture of faith, Je hovah's watchful care, over David, and tho downfall of a mighty foe. Lesson V. Saul's vain attempt to slay David. Tho development of hatred, tho protecting care over those who "put their trust In Jehovah." Lesson VI. The love of David and Jonathan, an illustration of tho surrendered life and a type ot the love for us of one who has said, "Henceforth I call you not servants- - but friends." Lesson VII. David's generosity to his persistent persecutor. David did not do to Saul what Saul tried to do to David. Though selected to become the king, David recognized in Saul one of God's chosen men and patiently bided his time till God should remove this recreant, disobedient servant and place him in the position of power. Lesson VIIL David exalted to be king, first over Judah and later over the entire nation. Also the record of his shrewd manner of making friends ' with all of the tribes of Israel. Lesson IX. David established Jerusalem to be both the civic and religious center of the nation. His Joy In worship and In God's service points forward to our "chief shepherd." Lesson X. David was after all only human. In the midst of his idle luxury he succumbed to the allurement of temptation and committed an awful sin, an act that Involved many others and made the sum total one fearful to behold. How are the mighty fallen! The higher they are the harder the fall. Let this part of ihe review consist of reading the psalms with but little, preferably no, comment If what has gone before has been prayerfully and vividly presented, comment on these two Iesson3 Is needless. They so clearly and cogontly connect themselves with David's life as to leave Utile more to be said, and the review will end with the psalmist's note of prayerfulneBs and his trust in Jehovah, the testimony ot his personal knowledge and experience. Constipation Cur.ed f'SPRING and SUMMER GOODS Qur Spring and Summer goods are now in stock. k We invite you to. call' and see 'them. atphonest prices-the We handle new, up-to-dat- e, honest merchan-dis- e goods, quality, and prices that will bring you back to our store when again in need of something. Ouraim is to keep, as nearly as possible, everything the people want, but if we haven't it we wilkget it for you. J$ Goods Dry It will pay you to see what we have when in the market for . 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 . fsteds queensware paints oils buggies wagons etc. harness saddles varnishes farm implements hard-Awar- e v ft'4 ' ; a! W Overnight, .x "The Famous Shoe For Women It has taken many years to establish the world-widreputation of Queen Quality Shoes. e He BB A small dose of to- night and you enjoy afnll, free, easy bowel movement- in the morning. No griping, forl'o-Do-La- x is I'odophyllin (May Apple) without the gripe. To-Do-L- coirecls" Ihe cause of Constipation ly arousing the Liver, increasing the How of bile. Bile is Nature's antiseptic in the bowels. Willi proper amount of bile, digestion in bowels is perfect. No pis no fermentation, no Constipation. Don't be sick, neivous, irritable, (let a bottle of lo from your Druggist now and cure your Constipation overnight. Do-Lax We share in the pride of the manufacturers when we realize that in every civilized land Queen Quality is a household word. r And why have these shoes gained such a splendid reputation? Because they are honestly made, fashionably styled, and comfortable to the last gree. de- We are sole agents for these shoes in Stanton. Advertise in The Times. Saved Girl's life "1 want to tell you what wonderful benefit have re- ceived from the use of Thedford's writes Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky. "It certainly has no equal for la grippe, bad colds, liver and' stomach troubles. I firmly believe saved my little girl's life. When she had the measles, they went In on her, but one good dose of Thedford's made them break out, and she has had no more trouble. 1 shall never be without 1 Black-Draugh- t," Black-Draug- ht Black-Draug- ht J J J J J JJ JJ : Hardwick & Co. STANTON KY. LOQ LICK. j Ledford teaching. Jr. Order U. A. BLack-draugh- T : i For constipation, Indigestion, headache, dizzichills and fever, biliousness, and all similar ness, malaria, has proved itself a 6afe, ailments, Thedford's reliable, gentle and valuable remedy. If you suffer from any of these complaints, try It is a medicine of known merit. Seventy-fiv- e years of splendid success .proves its value. Good for young and old. For sale everywhere. Price 25 cents. In my home." Black-Draught Black-Draught, r i t and Mr, Hubert Spry, and sister A-Kerr spent "Sunday with Maud will leave soon for towu, friends near Winchester. where they will spend the sum, Lowery, is spending mer. MissJntz this week with Misses Uraco and Miss J mi I'igg, has returned M i ry Ouy of near Winchester, home to Ford after spending Mrs. W. A. Matheriy, has re. several days hero with her uncle. turned home after a few days Mrs. S. B. Kerr, and children vhut her parents near Winchester. are spending several days with t Richmond, relatives iu Powell county. Rev. Culton, appointment at Mrs Martha Martin is quite ill filled his regular Iiq Baptist church here Sunday. at her home near here and is not etfpecld to recover. Singing school N. Several from here attended the Lady hero with Messrs. J. L Motherly, M. decoration at Kimbrell, Estill county, Sunday. a with School will begin Miss Francis teacher. Iletlin hero soon as -- Mr. and Mrs Allan W'hito. nro visiting relatives near.Mt.Sttnling this week. Miss Bessie Kerr spent Saturday night and Sunday with Miss Leluh Kerr, of I'owull county. Rev. (i.N. I'eal, of Jfiolmliw. vile, will fill his regular appointment at the Ohristiiiu vhuruli Sunday. isigessjng -- lroA & STANTON. (Continued from First Page)' was here Monday In the CLEANING I AND PRESSING. The Place to Buy Vour Goods . 10CAL Tlins. O. Wiles, (if Lexington, Inspector for the Henry Clay Fire Insurance Co , was here last week on business. The pay car passed through here Sunday distributing the "root of nil evil'' to tlfe railroad employees. Misses Mary and Daisy White, of Lexington, are spending, a few days with Mr. and Mrs. T. O. White and' family. Mrs. W. II. Overly, and Miss Carrie Berry, of Ashland, are visiting their sister, Mrs. II. II. Pherigo, for a few days. Rpv. D. II. Matherly went, to Nada Tuesday, and before returning home visited in Menifee -- Interest of his am ready to do your CleanGood The place to buy your goods is where you get the best value for your money. . Try - This - Store - For - Value Henry Waldron WALTERSVILLE, KENTUCKY county. The big barn belonging to Granville Day, at Bowen. was burned to the ?ground Tuesday night. The loss will bo about 11,000, with $500 insurance. The cmise of the fire is not known, but it is supposed to have been set. f - canidacy for Circuit .fudge. If tho writer believed that Judge Shackelford was the best man for the place he would be for him but we are convinced that wo have a man in Judge Benton who has been tried and found at bis pos.t of duty, lie has gained u state wide reputation as a prosecutor and has been urged to make the race for Governor of Kentucky, but feels that he owes to his District to stay with us and put down vote buying und selling and prosecut otliercrlmes. He certainly lias been a prosecutor and of course nearly all those who have at some time or other been prosecuted, arc npainst Judge Uenton. The writer has been over the county to some extent and wherever he has gone he finds that the best and leading citizen are for Judge Benton, and he is gratified to know that the papers of the counties say that he Is the strongest man in the District, Of course there are the usual campaign lies' being told. They always are told by someone. The writer heard some at the depot u few days ago and he expects to hear others. A fearless Judge and one who is mi opposed to vote buying and selling and the illegal sale of whiskey as Judge Kenton is, will always make enemies and he gains friends among the best citizen of the county. We have tried Judge Benton and know what he is and let us keep him till a better, man comes out for the olilce. ing and Pressing. able. work guaranteed and charges will receive prompt reason- Orders left with J. Bloom attention. JAMES WILLIAMS. Chas. A, Carrithers, Jeweler and Optician, Graduate of Elgin In Watch and Clock REPAIRING. Prompt Attention (liven to flail . Business. WINCHESTER KENTUCKY STRAWBERRY PLANTS Fruit and Shade Trees, and our offering of the remarkable Mamouth. Pearl Seed Potato. Send for our free catalogue. H. F. Hillenmeyer Lexington, No Agents & ORPHAN HOME ITEMS. Sons. Ky. CRACKER EATING CONTEST deiro to know n Klliciency depends largely on tho way we eat and digest food. We who is the best eater in this community. In order to diu'eover this there will bo n OUACKEU-EATING () CONTEST, onr htore SATURDAY AFTERNOON JULY 17th beginningpromptly iat 3 o'clock. Encli contestant will be provided with a bag containing .UO crackers. One of the nppointed judges will give the word, and the one who first finishes eating ALL the crackers will bo given one dollar's worth of merchandise and 10,000 Booster Coupons; second prize 8.000 Booster Coupons; third, 0,000 Booster Coupons; fourth, 4,000 Booster Condon ; fifth, 2,000 Booster Coupons. Each and every eontcstent who enters will be given 1,000 Booster Coupons, providing he eats at least 10 crackers. Providing the winner is in a fit condition to receive it, he will be given tho Dollar's worth of merchandise and 10,000 Booster Coupons ns soon as tho judges announce tho winner. All contestants should enter their names ns soon ns possible. W invito you to come to our store each Saturday afternoon between now and July 17th and practice. We'll furnish the crackers. The Children's Letter Contebt will close Saturday, July 17th Brings in your letters before that time. There will be a special call The societies ut Front Royal, meeting of the Ladies' Aid of Va., and AltaVista, Ya., rememthe Methodist church', to be held bered the home by sending clothat the church next Wednesday, ing and books for the children. JuneJiO. Tho pastors' Aid Society of Judge W; R. Shackelford will Winchester Ky., sent us a barrel speakhereon Saturday July,3, of groceries and preserves in adat the p cuic beiiig held by the dition to their former liberal Clay City Band. ' A further an. donations. nouucenient will appear later. 'The society of Versnille?, Ky., Miss Roxie Akefs entertained responded liberally for the well a number of her young friends sending us $27 to start it. last Saturday evening at her fund; Louisa, Edna and Sam Short rehome, and a very Enjoyable time turned to the Home on Monday. Where to Eat in Winchester and was reported by he guests. They will tell you. Dr. Tyler, the Superintendent Miss Grace Ritchie will leave JONES RESTAURANT Saturday for the Cincinnati Con of Mountain Work Ptopped olF Cor Main & Washington. servatory where she will take a between trains on Monday to eourse in Piano Theory, Hietory, confer about the work llutuiony and Aesthetics of mu Mr. Schirmer, is busy building I Specials For Next Week Steel Ranges and Oil Stoves, Druggets, Rugs, Carpets. Mrs. J. W. Williams NOTICE! All persons knowing themselves to tho estuto of M. Hose, will please settle and adjust same at onue, this may be done with Mrs. HI, lioso or the undersigned. .Ino. D. Atkinson Atty. for M. Hose. Oh, Let Ua Hope Not) day, perhaps, a public benefactor will appear who will design Some Mrs. Ilylton left Friday at the Frankfort Iteforinatory. Indianapolis. On her way she The appointment was made by the Boyrd of Prison Commission stopped oil' at Louisville, and ers under recommendation of visiting Miss Rutlienburir. Governor McOreary. This is sic. Rev. D. LI. Matherly, assisted by. Prof. Calhoun, of Lexington, will hold a protracted meeting for ten days at Speedwell, Madison county. The meeting will commence next Monday. Edmund Rose received notifica tion of his appointment as guard a new chicken house. We feel sure that if some of our good friends could see the Real Estate and Insurance. irirls struggling with the old - We Buy Farm and City ratine in the kitchen trying to Property o all kinds. We have somo get it to do its duty, they would nice farms in Clark and adjoining take pity and help 'tis to get a and.-.Sell TIM UTOILY uow one. counties for sale or rent, Write us what you want. for We write all kinds of Insurance. TRACY AND ST0KELY. Office, Main Street, Winchester, Ky. (THE BOOSTER STORE) WHEN YOU WANT A SHAVE OR HAIR CUT OR ANY TONSORIAL WORK CALL ON H. H. PHERIGO. For fine Watch and Clock REPAIRING or any work in my line, I will be glad to have you call on me s. v. Clay City, urison Kentucky The Hayseed's Innlnjj. THE WINCHESTER BANK, Tell ua not In mournful numbers, of Winchester, Ky. life la but an empty dream; for no bunko ateeror slumbers while us rubea Capital Stock $100,000 Joo Bush, formerly connected Mil for his scheme. Let us then be up I O ...ill. Nests Worth Weight In Cold. Surplus and Undivided nun iiiu irviuu.oun, nun Juki and doing, adding dollars to our The edible birds' nests of the Chihoard, as we, the $200,000 Profits nese are worth twice their weight la issued tho first- - number of a ing, work them bunko chaps pursupublication cuMed ."Joe Bush's board. Indianapolisfor their summer silver, tho finest variety selling as high Star. tlolly Withcispoon, President. as $30 a pound. men's hats to suit their faces. La fayette Courier. Opportunity Ought to Use a Club. "It may be true," said J. Fuller Gloom, "that Opportunity knocks but once at every man's door, but so far as ) am concerned, I must be fearfully hard of bearing, or else old Oppon tunlty baa a decidedly velvet touch." Kansas City Star. .- the first time thafuPowell count v has had a citjzeji appointed to this position. . B. M. McClure, formerly oper ator here, but now located at Lexington, is spending a few day 8 with friends here and in Mecliunic8ville, mostly fn the lutter suburb. Butch has been on tho sick list for the past week. Misses Bettie Lou and Marie Smethers, of Irvine, were here d couple of days hist week, visiting their uncle, Mr. Fred Smethers. Thoy also spent Friday with Mre. O. JI. Mackey. Club House for Malda. Vassar college has a club house for ine mams employed at the establishment Someone discovered in 1R9.1 that there wero 200 girls of .the same ago as the college students who wero uving on tne campus, but were not of them. As these girls had no opportunities for recreation some of tho gtris began giving parties to which mo mams were invited. In 1908 a club house was built, which has an attractive sitting room on the first floor, a smaller one on the second floor and three bedrooms on the second floor and a dlnlug room. The care of the house and the management Is in the handa of a supervisor. POWELL & JACKSON Writers of all Kinds of Fire, Life, TOrnado, Lightning and Hall Insurance.. We are also agents for the Illinois Surety Company and are prepared to do a general Bonding business. POWELL & JACKSON Sam W. Powell Llnvllle Jackson Office in Court House. Winchester Kentucky C. L. RUSSELL, Painting, I'aperhanglng, Decorating Reasonable Prices Satisfaction (Jmmntted , . I inlVhlch lie will proceed to tU the, truth abont tho Republican party in Estill county. If tho succeeding issue measure up to tlTefirst one, the "Comeback" wiTilbein very inter esting little sheetaiiuil after tho lection this fajjjT Comeback", ,. W. It. Sphar Cashier. Icy Independence, "The Eskimos are said to be a very happy and contented people.-- ' YOU It ACCOUNT SOI AO IT El). "Why shouldn't they be?" rejoined Mrs. Frettles. "An Eskimo family never has visitors except when an ocAdvertising in Tho Times, wjll casional exnlorliiK nartv rnm alnnir They don't care much vuHir n,a pay you. If you dont hclicvo it, ' servant leaves or not.let us convince you by a trial. -