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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): July 1, 1915 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1915 cla1915070101_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.): July 1, 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. THE CLAY CITY TIME S. 1 M. P. O'MARA, Owner and Publisher Wo arc Here to Help Clay City, Uic Surrounding Country and Ourselv fcs. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. IT AT wi- 'XT-X- T - a. CLAY OITY. K.Y., 'iYEIURSDAY, JULY J. j;9l5. .NO..- 10 - Come to the big Pic nic Saturday July 3 Big Crowd For Picnic ProgramjCalls for Many Interesting Events, And a Good Time Is Assured. bo held Saturday nre now about com Dieted and from present condition the affair promises to bo the most enjoyable one that has ever been pulled off in the, county. A splendid program .lias been arranged by the committee in charge, and there will not be one Dr. W. C. Martin Gets Honors The Kentucky Valley Medical held their annua Association meeting last week in Winchester and Drs. A. TV Knox, M. L. Knox. I. W. Johnson, J. E. Lemming and W. 0. Martin, attended from Powell county. At the close of the session Saturday the ollicers were selected for next year, and Dr. V. C. Martin was elected vice president of the society. Dr. .J. II. Evans, of Beatly ville, was refected secre tary and treasurer. Kichuiond was chosen as the next place of Judcreml enton Crowd ScIwoIIioYfseJs Crowded to Hear, tils Claims Forpiitlection Tomfficc ifr. til- ofppi ft. The plans for tin; monster picnic to tfdle minute after the big parade on the grounds at about 0.30, Tin. bull came between the '"Mother Hubbards" and the "Leans" will In 11 worth going miles to see, and the boy that catcnes me greasy jug ui hoc. Then, too, the wheelbarrow and the sack races, and the sports provided for the children, will all be attractive, while tlie nanu will furnish plenty of good music to i i. ....... n nvi frnni ppttinir lonesome. n hCCJI HIC Hard-wicThe ball games between Stanton, and Clay City will prove Creek to be big attractions, as good prizes will bo awardeU in an evem. aim " -- will be something worth winning. It several of the boys in the is said that county ure already training their iiuhjs xo enter tli6 mule race, and a whole bunch of the youngsters are practising for the foot races every day. Judge Mann is to deliver the patriotic oration and those who know the judge and have heard him speak have uii idea of the treat that is in store for them. Judge Snackelford.or will also address the crowd, to place before them his claims for the nomination to the ollice of Circuit Judge, and some other candidates for otlice may also be on hand to speak. The program 'Js so widely diversified that it will bo a pretty sorry one who can attend and not have all the fun they want. Another attraction that is sure to eauso merriment is the prize Ifoered for the prettiest young lady on tlie ground, and one for the homeliest man and everybody wants to see the mlir. d ladies race for that new dress. Altogether, it is to be a day of fun, and everybody is invited to take part in it. Three good mnn have been secured who will keep order and no rowdyism will bo tolerated at'all. There is plenty of shade on the grounds and a spiiug of the finest water. Kioh-mond, meeting. The program presented by the society was a splendid one, and a great deal of interest was taken in tlie papers read. Jeptlia Sparks is Acquitted. Jeptlia Sparks, tlie l(.year-olboy who was charged with the murder of tlie Knox boy, on Cow Greek, last week, was nequittcd ou his examining trial before Squire Sewell Monday. The evi. deuce showed that the Sparks d bi y could not possibly have been guilty, and the c;jse was sent back to the grand jury for further Itev. A. Patterson, the Episcopalian clergyman from Lee county, near the head of Millers Creek, was the recipi ent a few days ago, of a hauusome Jerpey bull, sent to him by Manager Merry, of the Klmeudurf Farm, at Lex ington. The animal was shipped by i rts, a II n 1 i : l... ...illlook Patterson sethim till . . ti.. ,!.,!, ,m tin. T r,M. . in' r,.,.,.tiv bought. Baseball Team is At a Organized. meeting of several of the young inen'about town a few days ago the question was agitated as to the selection of a team to represent Clay City in tho baseball Held, and after a few workouts by 'some of the hoys a team has Dinner Basket A Big Success. been picked that will be able to given gjiod account of themselves mooting and basket dinner at with any of the others in adjoinThe llardwluk's Creek Methodist church Sunday was a splendid success from every' point of view, and the large crow that attended were thoroughly satisfied In every respect. Over live hundred people from over the county wore on hand, and splendid sermons Avero preached by Itev. L. F. Mann. Tho dinner wus all that could bo deslr-ed.a- s the ladies of that part of the ounty know what a hungry man wants and thoy supplied plenty of it. Tho sum of $100. was raised to but u new roof on the church building. ing towns. Mr. John Kennou has generously allowed the boys the use of his field mid the work of preparing a good diamond wus commenced Monday, u number of the boys working ou it to have it in good shape for Saturday's games. A wire screen backstop is being erected and some seats will be provided, so that tho fails can sit at enseal)'! watuh the boys Da tile it out wini JiuniwicK'K Creek, Stanton und other county Edward lioso loft Monday for teams. A subscription list wvs started enable the boys to pur Frankfort, where lie has been chase ntolittle of the necessary appointed as guard in the equipment, and as soon as these His duties will com arrive a series of games will be arranged. mence onJuly 1 peni-tentiar- Mr. Fred Hlaekbtirn va urged to Earl Potts. ton also showed how he had sav make the nice for Coiuinis-ione- r uf ed the state over $5,000 each Agriculture from a great many leading year in costs, and this with an Earl, the little sou of Mr. did Iicpuhlicnii and Democrats from all ,"lt has declined mcreaseof business lit the courts Mrs. Dillard Potts, died Monda v I,:lHs l,f tIu' slatl .... . . . i ... Ill Ill llll ' with- luorniMir, alter an illness ot about !....! hll .'I.. I... lil'IS III I'HIIHIir MIVII This stuteinent was made l!"' UHlf Kit HIV HHI'i llv I? imuv III! out any intentto disparage Judge a week. he burial took place hom. , ,.now lmt yoIp frk,nN ll(JS,w Scott, who preceded Judge Bon luesilav niiirning at the rowelis' you to have such an ollice. . . . ton on tlie Dencli, ana who was Valley burying ground, Bev. L The spelling contest was a decided one of his closest friends up to F. Mann conducting the services. niiccess. There were not a many the time of his death. people out as we e.xpeeit'd but all hud In cases that ure taken to the a good time. Mis nita Wells spellE. Q. Met! lone, who calls Lex- ed the whole crowd down. Twenty Court of Appeals Judge Benton has a remarkably good record, ington his home, but who has four dollars was taken in towards a new fence for l lie cemetery and having a very small percontof his j large timber interests in the the writer has it in his siou t" of Uoan:i, was decisions reversed, and appeals neighborhood ((.'oiilinucd ou Page Six.) from this district are becoming here Thursday ou business. less frequent each year. In touching on the local option a. .v question, Judge Benton explain1 ed his views, and showed how hwas in favor of the "drys", and how ho had always been against the illegal of liquor and for the Y upholding of the law. W. R. Shackelford, 01 Richmond, will The famous Hampton case from Clark county also was mentioned to the voters of the dis by Judge Benton, and he staled X present his claims ( i 1 get--tin- In spite warm weather batuday nigli ir a "nnil frnurt Mr. Kussel Myers of Jackson was turned out to lai r .nidge .). .tl. here to visit one of our lovely Stanton Benton, of Winchester, place his young ladies over Sunday. Miss Anna claims fo'r renotnfitialion by the estates. Clark can tell you who it was, Democratic pariy,- before the The "polecat" story which has A tiddlers contest will be held the electors of Poy county. The been going the rounds here for lust Saturday night in July, the school .house, wf.re the sppaking the past week or two also came in 31st. Anyone is free in the content ..Tl'tf.dfc ... I... wu uuiu, wasivriiivueu u me for some mention by Ju.lge Ben- and each contestant must announei doors,. Hiid tuaiifJ(Vere compelled ton, and he read from the origi- the title of their piece before ho will he allowed to play. Other announce tosfarrdin theilil at the rear, nal copy of his speech at and which he followed ments will be made Inter. and outride the '.floors and win A special term of the Circuit Court speaking, and dows." Several latlies were also exactly when seeme'd to enjoy the showed that it was simply a com- has been called for the 10th day of preseht and August to decide the case of Jim Willimon election lie. proceedings. am-, Vernon Forkner and M. A. The applause thaoughotit the Phillips against the college. Owing to In opening his speech Judge Benton stated that, he was born speech was quite frequent, and the illness or Mr. Phillips ho Jwas not and, raised in Mad'son county, the entire audience seemed to bo able to take deposition and the wise not. far from J he TliweJl county right in sympathy with Judge was continued. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Atkinson and line, apdfor tliut reason, did Kenton, and to be in favor of his daughter of Heuttyville have been not. feel that hew Wuqriwigec.to candidacy. Both before and kisiting here for the, past Mr. thewe.l.lrwfliWflvV nee after the mootim;.'! lame number mkuison returned Monday week. g 'to llei.hlj-p'erAttsM' Uh actJiiKJu-ETit'- T of elo6torteaHd oif .Midge Beiu whontiio has"jcejited a (.rioii" hud never been a sJision of court ton and stated that they were for . .The store ,'Whoro Ji called when he was unable to at him, and he received invitations worked in lleattyville.was sold. ' y tend for illness or other causes, to speak in other sections of the Circuit Court adjourni-und the business of the court had county, which, if possible, he noon. The (irand Jury returning a number of indictments. They also inalwavs been attended to prompt will accept at a later date. spected the jail and Court IIoue unit ly, thereby saving considerable reported both in good condition. money to litigants Judge Ben - the manner in which Judge Shackelford had been "discovered" and napied the men who had been asked tc. run against him for Circuit Judge before Mr. Shackelford had been consulted with regard to making the race. Judge,Benton also called attention to the ineflluient manner in which. Judge Shackelford hadat-tende- d to his duties as Comity Judge of Mudison, and mentioned several instances where overcharges had been mude in settling STANTON. (By P. O. Dcrthick.) at Sun- Hew Jack Lunsford will preach the Christian Church this coining day. Mr. Vic Fuller lias been visiting his brother for several days and returned to his home Monday. Mrs. Hanson's mother, Mrs. of New Concord, Ohio, arrived Saturday to visit her for u few weeks. y, ii -- Win-Cheste- r, - o-- book-keepe- r. Tue.-da- g poi-s- c I .. .. .. - f Public Speakin Judge T v just how it wus that Mr. D. B. Hampton, one of tho strongest men politically, in Clurk county, had been sent to jail for ceveral days, for contempt of court, in refusing to answer questions ask ed by the grand jury with refer ence to ids buying votes in an election there. In this case Judge Benton showed how ho had treated Mr. Hampton exactly us he would have treated any poor man under'tliesaino circum stances. The speaker yaHed attention to K4KV f T T f T T Speaking pronfptly at f f t 10.30 a. m. Y f ? SATURDAY, JULY ? 3 Y ? X T trict for the Democratic nomination for CIRCUIT JUDGE at the picnic grounds on THE A TIMES. liven another term in oll'tco, as he has vonsisteijtly fought the illegal sale of lijuor and the procuring of it by minors. ANNOUNCEMENTS For Railroad Commissioner. We arc authorized to announce Hagan & Walters, WINCHESTER, KY. Martin D. Powers, of Preston burg, has entetptl the field for Eighteen Years Old the Republican nomination for Kuilrouil Commissioner, and will The Best Weekly in this Section. make the race gainst' II. U. Garrett, the present Commission, M. P. O'MARA, er. We do not know how Mr. Powers will stand in his home OWNER AND PUBLISHER. county, but we are certain that, he will have no show in this part mail matEntered as second-clas- s of the district, Mr. Uarrett being ter at tbe Post Office at. Clay City, very strong here. If we must Ky., under the Act of Congress of have a Republican, wecau hardly March 3, 1879. improve on Mr. Uarrett, although we sincerly wish that he could "see the error of his ways and join A HOME-MAPAPER. the right party. DE Democratic Newspaper II. G. (fjAJlRETT as a missioncr in t Commissioners district. Subject the Republican to the action candidatcir Railroad Corn- - Wc are Prepared to do Third Railroad All kinds of Machine Work Both heavy and light. Also weld broken callings or any metal that will melt, and make them as good as new. : primary Augt)j 7, 1915. For UVuit Judge. Smoke Stacks made to Order. ALL WORK GUARANTEED : We arc atttnorirfed to announce W. R. SHACKELFORD as Candidate'.ifjfr 'the Democratic nomination forljircuit Judge of the district. Primary eIcclHfc.lAiintst 7, 1U15. Twcnty-ftH&Tudiciai Give Us a Trial and See How Quick We Do The Work. Wc arc aiiilWized to announce jSIJT3I3NTON. of Winchestpp, Kj, as a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Circuit Jud ii the 25th Judi- cial district, rimary election STANTON Students - Admitted COLLEGE, KY. THURSDAY, JULY 1. U13 . . Fanners, preuure to hold your Aiiffiist. 7. An old legend says that those joonu this jar'for a. dollar a For"Hb Clerk. drink of the waters of the HassaH'bushel The grain speculator We are au ized to announce yampa Springs, in California, will try to force the prices down i. 'Unable to tell at gathering time until they get 0. h 'nun it ill M .ire forever after Now, we do not it, and then they will send t as a candidate, for Circuit Court the truth. know if any of .Judge Shackel skyward. The fact that there is Clerk of Powell County, subject Democratic ford's' supporters have been to a greatly incrersed ucreage and to the action of the15)15 primary, Augnst 7, California and happened across cmp condition favoruhle is more this springhut we do know that than ollset by the European We are nu'tlij zeu to announce something of that nature must war. West Liberty Courier. MARK ATKINSON have happened some of them by as a candidal 'for Circuit Court the absurd statement they have county, subject The editor of an Illinois paper Clerk of 1W been milium: with regard to the is a public benefactor and when to the action! if the Democratic primary, August 7, 1915. Circuit .Judge's race. For he dies the people of his county on the it has been stated ought to erect a monument to For Representative streets here, as a fact, that Judge the honor of his memory. He his speech at Win. has discovered a new wav to get llenton, in We are authorized to announce Chester, classed all those who rid of mosquitos. He tells you A. M. LOWE happened to be in favor of Mr. simply to rub alum on your face as a candidate for Representative Shackelford, in preferance to and hands. When the mosquito from this district, subject to the Judge Benton, as polecats and takes a bite it puckers his gazoo-pi- action of tin Democratic primary, August I, liars. To those who know Judge so it can't sting. Then it sits Benton, the statement was amus- down in a damp placi;, tries Lt ieiH to announce ing, as they knew he would inula? dig the uucKer loose, catches its B.IATTON iioch assertion, but, work in death of cold and dies of pneti as a candidate for the Republican mi the basis that if you make mouiu. nomination for Representative any statement, no matter how from this district, subject to the absurd, often enough, some peoThese is more (.'iitnrrh in this secticn action of the Republican primary, ple will believe it, the lie began of the country than all other disease-pu- t August 7, 1915. together, and until the last to spread, and to be believed by Wc are authorized to announce was supposed to be incurable. some. In his speech here Satur-duFor a great many years doctors proA. TV STEWART night, Judge Benton settled nounced it a local disease and preserv- as a candidate for the Republican that matter, however, by read- ed local remedies, and by constantly nomination for Representative for ing from the original typewritten failing to cure with local treatment, this district. Subject to the actext of his Winchester speech, pronounced it incurable. Science lias tion of the Republican priinarv, the exact words which he used, proven Catarrh to be a constitutional August 7, 1915. Dollar Corn. ... mt 1 UTeWTV STANTON, at any - Time. One of the Best Schools in Kentucky. Courses in Agriculture and Domestic Science. Review Classes in the Common Branches the Term. will be Conducted throughout I By paying part of their Expenses in Woik, Students may get Kates at the Dormitory as low as $ I Do per Week. For Information Write to Rev. J. C. Hanley, President, Stanton, Ky. e The Place to Buy our Goods feu-year- The place to buy your goods is where you get the best value for your money. which were as follows : ''Some of my political enemies), T have none except those who want to see me punished because I lntvo done my duty, say that Clean election are right, and lint everybody should stand for them, hut Unit 1 have bought votes, and tlmt I have no right to apply the penalties to others who violate tho law in buying votes. This is simply carrying out the polecat's tactics in a 'fi,'ht. He has a had tmell himself, and lie wants to inula his adversary smell Just like he does." This is a long way from stating that all followers of Judge Shack- disease, and therefore requires constitutional treatment. Hull's Catarrah Cure, manufactured by F. .1. (iheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is tho only Constitutional cure on the market. It is taken internally. It lists directly on tint blood and mucous surfaces of the system. They offer one hundred dollars for any case it fails to cure. Semi for circulars and testimonials. Address: r. J. CHUNKY A CO., Toledo, Ohio. Sold dy DniKk'ists, Toe. Take Hall's Fumily I'M lor const! patiou. We are authorized to announce 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. Try - This - Store - For - Vaue Henry Waldron WALTERSVILLE, elford were polecats, and many of the other campaign lies against Juege Benton are just as absurd. Those present at the meeting Saturday night clearly expressed their opinion as to what they thought of this ::muner of conducting a campaign. The homicide on Cow Creek in the upper part of tho county, a few days ago, brings to light a deplorable state of u Hairs. In the examining trial of Jepthu Sparks, who was charged with the killing, it was brought out in the testimony that boya of any age could procure whisky there without ihuleuBt bit of trouble, the only thing necessary being tho money to pay for it. Durlim the past few years this condition his been greatly unproved, but local option laws are not yetful-Ienforced. Thin U' one reason uh Judge Benton should b" v We are authorized to announce E. B. McULONE as candidate for the Republican nomination for Representative for this district. Subject to the W. A. Baker, of Michigan, jias action of the Republican prim purchased u tract of the old Hart ury, August 7, 1015. property, belonging to Beull Bros near Winchester' and w ill launch 33rd Judicial. District. a new enterprise in Clark county We are authorized to iii.iiounre The tract contains about o h'2 IIU(iH RIDDELL acres, and will be devoted to the as cun lidate for tho Democratic raising of golden s ul (yellow nomination for Circuit Judge for root) and ginseng. Mr, Baker the '2iM judicial district, coin will take possession of his place lirising Breathitt, Estill, Lee and Wolfe the first of he year. He is u action counties. Subject to the of the Angiut priinarv. native of Estill county, where he and his brother now own a ginseng farm. He ;onsidi is the Keiiiuo-ksoil well adapted to such products. Winchester Democrat. I v - - KENTUCKY RICHMOND, KY. A TRAINING! SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS Courses leading to Klementary, Intermediate and Life Bute Certificates. Valid In alt Public Schools of Kentucky. Special Courses and llevlew Courses. Tuition Free to Appointees. Two splendid dormitories, new model school, new manual training building, practice school, department of agriculture, a well equipped Domestlo Bclence. gymnasium. First Term begins September 7. BecondTerm November 10, Third Term January 23, Fourth Trm April 6, Summerfiohool opens June 14, Catalogue Free. 4. u. cilAUm:, l'reildem. j Jv3Vte best lubrication An Easy, Pleasant Laxative bold by the orijjiunl package, for LV. Get FARMERS UNION SUPPLY CO. a bottle to lint e.isy, Clay City, Ky. irleasant laxative gold by mII Uruatiis-tg- , day-eiij- iiy One or two Dr. Khik'h New Life 1'iIIh with a tumbler of water ut night. No had niiueeatiiii: (in riyitt t iisle; 110 lit'lchiiii! trits, tn bml, Wuko up in the morn jnir, enjoy u free, einy bmvel movement, mid feel fine all dav. V... il.i IMIo ......It. lllf III11. I O ft of . Cnvrn MOP I IJKV without carbon , .r. it. nw'r, auaruirElit,orbymallpolpald. ire. Valuable poultry book Ilia prevvnt nlnrtbora, cbujra and other ctinlc dleae. Ono .SCO bolll" mukcK Wirullumotmedlclnc At luir wntrr cure Had Bourbon Poultry Cure a chick's throt cure capes A few In drink drop. , Ml in mil OrJ.r l,.m , fattda frrly. ioniLitltf ttm tnm urln. An wi Ant lurhaaa at one libl uf Ha Cuth Anln nil fur. riEaonaUgal. UKl hirrcl with faucttl Cnn ta UH W ntih you Xor permanent tUingt. Price of oil In htm lUtyAQe iln. cap H. eoolnlautomobilw, frumflnmt I'vmxyU fvanla Crude. A ral. tlaule hlrh flni wir !.! thin, nil A Dcrfactoll forelther ni lt Htwi e.rj IiiiwIwi J. CHAS. C. STOLL OIL CO. G TO N. KY, ,? "ESibn"; .i,U ft wMftl lw wAhhwi. 1 ir- - 4-- Dally Thouoht Or Hit Own Thumb. Let" us Hvo in hopes. Even the noble natiire can atone attract the noble and alpno knows how to retain knocker may Anally land his hammer thcra. Goethe. on a nail. Alexandria TImes-Trlbi'ue. Report of the Condition of The week. Frank Confession. Powell County Deposit Bank, Starck Pianos No Money inAdvance Satlufnc-llo- n doing uusincss nt the town of Stanton, rather spend 25 cents for beer than to Miss Maudie Bowen went to , throw the money away for a haircut. County of Powell, Stnto of Kentucky, at tho close of business on 15th day of Filson, Mmday. Juno, 1015. RESOURCES. Loans and Discounts . . $10,025.07 Overdrafts' secured and unse 1,511.07 cured The Austin Forkner, visited hi: wear Islone hair that' some musicians not always un result grand mother Mrs.Mnry E. Fork artistic temperament. thoWe knewof ono who frankly confessed that ho would tier at Stanton Monday. ROXA COLA BOTTLING WORKS -- Manufacturers of- - anteod LowcslNet Foot ory Gasp Stocks, Boi.tls curiucs nnd other . Se- - . , 3,825.C 11,720.03 Prices Term Easiest A Saving of SlOO to . . Due from Banks, . . Cash on hand, Banking House, Furniture . . nnd Fixtures 2,022.52 4,575.00 $70,318.04 ROXA COLA AND BE A TTYVILLE, OTHER SOFT DRINKS KY. Total P. A. 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Write today. Send today for our new Syji: U.Lyle, D.O. and invite you to call and see them. Farmers' Union Supply Store Frmik Kt'iinon, Mgr. Chicago. These lessons you can take in your own home, by mall. This represents one ycar'a Send for our latest complete second hand bargain list. V. A. STARCK PIANO CO., 1384 Starck Bldi., CHICAG SPOUT SPRING t ff1-'- : This Bank, I n v i tes New A ceo u n ts On . $ t Several from this place atten- s dad the basket :dinner at Ureek Sunday all report a fine time and plenty to eat. Hard-wick- Jim Smitf l. Montgomery was here ovtSt1iinirday and Sunday. Mrs. Goo. Ilolsey of Montajom. ery is visiting her brother Mr. Letcliar By rd and' other relatives V t t t WIRE FENCE. CLOVER and TIHOTHY SEED. COTTONSEED MEAL ; t . UL&t - t My T the basis of efficient service aud absolute security ! -- near here. U. S. Christopher and wife yisitpd the hitter's Grandmother Mrs. BRAN Qwensboro Wagons Martin, nt Snow Creek,. v,, : OATS Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Claud Todd, visited Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Wright, Sunda'y. Bedford & Tuttie, WINCHESTER, KENTUCKY. 3 Per Gent Interest on Time Deposits I Clay City National Clay City, Bank J. T. Wright attended Win. Chester court Monday. .Mrs, 'Mpse MoKinney, visited her mother Mrs. Tipton, nt Irvine, Thursday. Letcher Hyrd,.nmde n business trip to Cjainptou Just week. Claude Tmvnscnd is having a new dwelling hriuse futher's place. Hamha; . .Kentucky. i.44..M.4fs.;...:..j.5..4..t i11"'1' " try Of' mai A built' on his SUMMER SUITS -- W. G. Patrick and family of Sams visited JvE. Burgher and family Saturday night and Sun. day. If you want class and style in your summer clothes you cannot afford to overlook SLADE. Mrs. Bush Chester of Torrent, Kvyon . . . v BLOOMFIELD'S SPECIALS They sell at REASONABLE PRICES and they are WORTH THE MONEY. visited Mrs. Mrs. B. Monday. and L. p.-ak-e little Come in and Look them over. Lee Bloomfield & Co., Main St. Next te the Clark County National Bank. Winchester, Ky daughter Mary"" visited fronds aud relatives here last week, aud we regret very tiVuch that Mr. uud Mrs Drake have decided not to move back here to their old home. Quito a .croyvi? from hero court at Stanton last week. Kd Ewen nnd Ed'Centers, went west in search, of Captain Kldd or 6ome other hidden treasure. We ejcp9ct ;thejn .to return two rich young men lii a fow years, Uev.D. H.Jjaherly, of Clay Cjtv.'Tvas.hi'rerbusiness last job formula :noi1 on nvcrvnnckuilc you In buying Green Seal lust-durable, A.t .. l.irfl. fradc. formula . rous paintand tho proves it. Have U useu on your next painuus v;- to rnlv Green Seal Paints you are not aslccd simply Oil In buying Hanna's its tenty-fiv- e i I tation-tl- ie m m & Formula tMn visjiH I EATON & LYLE For Sale by McGUHE.-Cla- y City. &o0 Stantm. "A Advertisement I Don't be the man who put sit In city Huildlng good houses builds a 'good town. Save a little money and save alot'of ' .. worry. i Oood roads lead not only to town, but Ed Garrison and his sister, Miss JiU I a Garrison, of Oampton, to money. ; j spontn few days last week with lte n live one and the town will never tho family of Lee icPiierson, be a dead one A nice front iorch has prevented near town. t many an old maid. that the Republlc'ans.are to be in the Harry Russell spent Sunday Why should the town muzzle (lops running this fall, ready and anxious MoDSnMOTT'S SPEAKINGS. to take advantage of any Democratic with Jirdge A. T. Knox, at Ross-ly- and not knockers? When someone plans to help the mistakes. They believe that a statel'aducah, Ky., June 2G, 1915. (Spe- wide prohibition Democracy will astown, plan to help the plnn. cial The, best plans a man cnir have to the Correspondence.) Lieutenant sure Republican victory this fall. For Miss Kate Daniel returned FriMcChesney "is the Go vet nor E. J. McLTermott spoke here that reason Mr. day from Winchester where she future are house plans. prime favorite of Republicans, from A good way to make the world better Thursday afternoon to about 250 peo- Ed Morrow, the sure-thin-g nominee for has been visiting friends and Is to begin with the homo town. ple There were present a number of Governor, down to the boys in tho relatives for the past weeks. A town is like n pernmbulotor : It Prohibitionists and Republicans, and trenches who hope to got Jobs 'under Rcpubllcnn administration. isn't much good unless it Is pushed. several Stanley supporters, all of a Nevertheless, Mr. Newman declares, During Circuit Court last week, Don't spend all yonr time telling whom, regardless of their choice for like the good Democrat he Is, "The Green Miller, of Irvine, was what you could do if you had, some Democrats will contlnuo In power In Governor, honor and respect Mr. for a license to practice time. Kentucky, and Indicate to the world mutt. that Kentucky Is behind the National Be like a ball player. The thing nv, and passed with honors. Tho address was characteristic of Democratic administration, and In line he working for is home.4 the speaker eloquent and outspoken for the presidential election in 1916." One of the twin children recentHe ono of the leaders of the town, If Some say that Mr. Newman feels on tho Issues he deems paramount In ly born to Mr. and Mrs. Joe King you can; but, anyway, keep up. that President Wilson's opinion that Kentucky prohl local option, and not state-widDon't be n grouch. Everybody in died Thursday night. The funAs In his previous speeches, Mr. bition. is the proper method of con gave his reasons for opposing trolling the liquor question, meets the eral was held Saturday, burial this town wishes you well, even the state-wid- e prohibition. He serve'd la approval of Kentucky Democrats, who being in the Eaton graveyard doctor. Lets not bo trying to stop something the Constitutional Convention and are 'enthusiastically behind the Fresi services by Rev. L. F. Manu. nil of the time. Let's start something. helped place in the constitution the dent In all his great policies. Mr. Newman is a Democrat of the A good town will do more to keep provision that enables each county to Lee McPherson on Saturday truest type, and as Commissioner of the boys nt home than good advice. unit, without" In- Agriculture nas accomplished (greater be a sold to Dan Welch, of Mt. Ster A town is like a girl. It's wonderful terference from outside counties. In results for the development of the ful people. ling,J114 headsof sheep-anlambs what n little fixing up will dp for her. the last session of the legislature, farming Interests of the state than all JAMES P. EDWARDS Mr. McPherson left Monday for Opportunity knocks once nt every when the present County Unit Law his predecessors combined. He Is a ANNOUNCES FOR LIEUTENANT tireless, fearless worker, and has done Owsley county, to buy cattle and man's door; better be at homo when was passed making the constitutional things worth while since he has been GOVERNOR. the lady calls. provision fully effective, Mr. McDer- In office. heep. Louisville, Ky., June 'J 1915. (SpeThe world owes every man a living,, mott stood for the Jeffersonian funMon Mrs. Burrell Akers left cial Correspondence) Hon. James P damental democratic doctrine that STANLEY SPEAKS TO day for Lexington, were she wil but the street corner is n poor collecEdwards, of Jefferson County, one of people can govern themselves on such CROWDS IN THE the most prominent liftvyes In the visit her daughter, Mrs. Williams tion agency. THIRD DISTRICT. matters better than outsiders can govlo ttatn. has nnnnntinnrl ..nmlM'i.w Don't look for soft snaps ; the hard ern them. for the Democratic nomination for for a few da.ys, snaps are the ones that have the ginger Franklin, Ky., June 20, 1915. Spe T.tplltPlinnt nnvornrif iris nlntfnt.m la In this he agrees with his opponent, Mr. and Mrs. H. II. Hadley, o in them. pro- cial Correspondence.) Hon. A. O. briefly, better school's. Improved dud- -' Mr. A. O. Stanley, that state-widDon't spend so much time talking hibition is nqt an effective temperance Stanley finished the busiest week of Ha highways, economy in state affairs, I Winchester,, were the guests of , . . .. measure, but, on the contrary, would his campaign at ths place, abolishment ot unnecessary expensive Mri anu airs- - A- - al- - oiirgner over war that yon haven't time left to talk offices, revision of tax laws so as to take away, without the consent of the speaking to the largest crowd business. that relieve overtaxed properties and taxa-- 1 Sunday governed, that most sacred right of a political speaking in iion oi sucn property as now avoids free people to regulate for themselves, has attended ayears, If you would ike to have somebody estimated at taxation, favors the present County within their own county, moral and this county In Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Whitt spent working for you, put n little nioney in to 6,000. Enthusiasm was unbound Unit Law for regulation of the liquor social affairs, such as the license or ed, and, to all appearance, Stanley traffic as passed, by the legislature la Sunday in Lexington, as the the bank. prohibition of saloons. He maintains people of a county, men were the only kind or Democrats compliance with the Democratic pht- - guests of Mr. and Mrs. It that whenever the J. B. Hill little improve the soup to throw u Simpson county. lorm or mi, which Is the fundamental whose elected officers must enforce in Mr. pepper into it. Same way wjth the law. If It is to be effective, want palgn Stanley began the week's cam' law of the party, avwi opposes Strte at Glasgow, where a record wiae prcmciuon aaftirAUcessary as a Gran Hackworth, manager of a town. to abolish saloons, they can do so under .the County Unit Law; and that breaking attendance greeted him. It temperance raeiuut If yon spend all that you earn, some tmce to the the Day Co. store, has beeu con was the that prohibition thus obtained will be Glasgow largest crbwd that has been in overburdened ttxpTfcjrfrand contrary fined to the house for several othcr fellow is banking your money. since the Civil War. Prac ,to both the NatJonaFand State plat- exactly what the people want. If stateMany a young man goes away to wide prohibition Is forced upon the un- tlcally everybody seemed to be for iorms or tne par:y. days this week. Stanley. seok iu's fortune when Fortune is seekMr. Edwards was a candidate for willing people of any county, neither From Glasgow, Mr. Stanley went to Lieutenant Governor In 1911. and was they nor tho officers they elect will Miss Cilvia Russell of St. ing for him at home. obey or enforce the objectionable law, Edmonton, Metcalfe county; Browns- defeated by Mr. Edward J. McDermott, You'vogotto bo n citizen In order ville, Edmonton county, and Scotts-vkUtne present Lieutenant Governor, now Hellen, is visiting friends here Such contempt of law is hurtful to the Allen county. Everywhere the a candidate for Governor, by a Dlu- to vote ; but you've got to do a good character of the citizenship, and tends this week. attendance was larger than tho court raiuy or i.&ez votes in the State. to cause disrespect for other laws. deal more than vote to be n citizen. Krom l'aducah, Mr. McDormott went houses could accommodate, and win- though Mr. Edwards carrjed Jefferson A good crowd from here at dows and standing room were occu- County over Mr. McDermott by over There is only one better man than the to Marian, Sturgis and Morganfleld pied by where he addressed rather small audi standing eager Democrats, notwith- S,"UU. tended court at Winchester Mon man who get behind and pushes, in nn the fact that the farmers are Judge Edwards Is a elant Dhyslcallv. ences, owing to the fact that farmers effort to improve the town, and that's behind with their woik and in the mid-di- e being several Inches over slxfaet tall, day. are busy with their crops. the muii who goes ahead and pulls. of their harvests 1b a forceful public speaker, a man The masterly appeals Mr. Stanley is always with the courage of his convic making to the people to stand by Pres- tions, anu ioyi to his sense of duty ident Wilson In his splendid leader-sni- p in ootii private and public life. For Parallax Investigation. NEWMAN WITHDRAWS FROM of the party is received most en- The last annual report of tho ob GOVERNOR'S. RACE. inusiasticauy. it is apparent every- servatory of Yalo university describes wnere that fho people want a business McCHEONEY IN THE MOUN-TAINthe new Instrument tor parallax inFrankfort, Ky., Juno 23, 1915. (Spe administration, with such a revision of t jo tax laws as will enable the state vestigation now being installed at the Correspondence.) The c.'al with to pay off the $2,000,000 debt, observatory to replace the drawal of Commissioner of Agriculture without laying any heavier stateburden Mlddlesboro, ' Ky.. June 26. 1915. tax V. Newma'n from the race for Gov upon the farms, live stocjf and other (Special Correspondence) . H. V. Mc heliometer heretofore use,d for such J. c i ernor was somewhat of a surprise to tangible property that now ipays tho Chesney, state-wid- e prohibition cani observations. It consists of a many, although it was conceded that expenso of government. Mllllonsjunpn dldate for the Democratic nomination aperture telescopg of fifteen inches and fifty feet focal length, to governor, has been speaking In the millions that escapes asHarry McChesney, backed as he is by sessment of property no taxes must be for be mounted parallel to the earth's mountain counties this 'week. and pays League and General put upon the tax duplicate and made the At Mlddlesboro there wero Dresent axis of rotation. Light from the celesPercy Haley, had much the larger fol to pay Its share of the taxes necessary forty white men. ten ladles, and three tial bodies will be reflected on tho to pay off the state debt, build, good negroes. At London, Williamsburg and lowing among the "extra drys," as Mr, s lens from a thirty-IncCorbln, Republicans the state, Newman expresses It. Evidently Mr. roads throughout system byand Im- about equal numbers, and Democrats In mirror, carried ' by an equatorial prove the school having and a few ladle3, mounting. This mirror will also diNewman realized that he could not longer terms In the cou..try and better heard him attentively. Renubllcar.ii paid teachers. generally, who are taking any interest rect tho rays of light to another lens make much headway as a state-wide- r The County Unit Law, passed by tho in state politics, think well of Mr. Mc- of ten Inches' aperture, mounted close and Economy against the candidate selected by Dr. beside the photographic lens and havLeague super last legislature, meets the approval ot Chesney as a Democratic candidate. Palmer, the Two reasons for having (Adv.) ing it as the objective ot the guiding intendent, and O. K.'d by Senator the people. They do not want to ex your family enjoy periment with state-wid- e prohibition, Beckham and General Haley. telescope. Tho star Images In tho Although Mr. Newman was the first when under the County Unit system field will, of courso, revolve about the every Tired, Aching .Muscles Relieved candidate to announce for Governor any county can vote out the saloons axis of the lens, and means have been time a majority ot the people on a state-wid- e prohibition platfsrm, Hard work, over exertion, provided for rotating tho photographwant to do so. The taxpayers do not and had the endorsement of the W. C want r to destroy the $100,000,000 of mean stiff, sore muscles. at tho rate of the T. U., the pioneer temperance organi Sloans ic property in the state that is Twice bs much reading twice earth's diurnal rotation. zation or the state, the powers that taxable nearly Liniment lightly applied, n little a million dollars a year as much variety in its 4 Issues were to direct the campaign did not paying a month as is given by any look with favor on his candidacy. Mr. In taxes,, and place upon the farms, quiet, and your soreneps dipap-pear- s Cleanliness and Cash. factories, live stock and other prop American monthly magazine. McChesney was selected as tho standlike magic. .Nothing ever "Tho day has passed," says the bul erty, already too heavily taxed, that The Companion fills the need ard bearer of the prohibitionists. His additional letin of the Chicago health departburden, which would be helped like your Sloan's Lini for several publications gives headquarters are busy, with a large ment, "when a dealer In foodstuffs can prohibition the best and saves money. force or clerks, and ample funds to necessary If state-wid- e ment. I can never thank you keep a dirty, were adopted. store and make an aggressive campaign. F rery Line of Its 52 Issues slogan, "Stand by the President omnii'lr." ivrii..o otm grateful hope to hold his trado. That this la The In life card of withdrawal Mr. Newtrue Is due to man says he has canvassed and today eva Year is Clean aches and ery housewife tho fact thatfiles carry and national, upon which the party user. spoken in more than, forty counties, knows that nas won its greatest victories," meets pains. An excellent counter-irritan- t, unspeakable and has concluded that there ore only .filth on their feet and 10 GREAT SERIALS IN 1915 two candidates for Governor who are the hearty approval ot the people. better and cleaner than that they leave It on whatever food 250 Short Stories, Special Pages berlously considered in tho race. thoyare permitted to come in contact 25-'- . mustard. All Druggists, Though he did not mention names, It SEND $2.00 let UtyAw, with. And becauso this Is true, the MORROW ADDRESSE8 A BIG s conceded that he meant Stanley and Ituo jot 191 J. CoapuiKA Hoax Oil. Get a bottle Penntrates careful, Intelligent women aro doing McChesney. todu lor 9 3 included if you taxi tl cocc Furthermore, ha says the CROWD AT SHELBYVILLE. without rubbing. their household marketing In clean Democratic party Is facing a crisis COMPANION. BmUs. Mtu. stores. And, once more, this Is why that may r danger its success, unless Sholbjville, Ky., June 25, 1915 (Spe Thf Cuntnl luuti Stnl Fnt, harmony Is restored and all unite for The Spur of Necessity. cleanliness counts for both cash and - In the rock- victory m Noveinb-r- , which ',t piet eei cial CorrespondenceTSUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED AT THIS Of FICE Freedom to do exactly as one chooses, customers." to aid In accomplishing. The ribbed Democratic stronghold ot Shel It long continued, usually brings ono himself harmony and unanimity of the Repub- by, the Hon. Edwiu P. Morrow bad a to a point where nothing seems worth Endless Possibilities. lican platform convention at Lexing- very large attendance to hear him choosing. Wo fret ot tho constraint "Soon thore will be nothing left for ton th's month, at whch they reaffirm-(iDRINK sieak last Tuesday evening. Demo- of duty and the spur of necessity, but scientists to discover.' the County Unit Law, and declined crats and Republicans, as well as there Is nothing in life that supplies to tako any state-wid"No tear of that. Scientists can al"in thelr'n," many Indies, turned out to hear him. with Judgt O'Hear and Dr. Uruftur It was noted that, although Mr. Mor- such test us the fact that things must ways go on discovering that what scipledging (heir support to the Repub- row spoke at night, he 'had a larger bo done and aro given iuto6ur bunds entists previously discovered la all lican Uuket. wan a distinct warnlne crowd than Mr. McChesney had a to bo accomplished. wrong." 1 mil NEWS Leading Facts of the Past Week Mc-D- e before, on County Court day. Morrow, as be Is familiarly called by everybody. Is a most attrac tive speaker, and oft the platform Is the best handshaker, and wears the happiest smile of any man In Ken tucky, and If the Democrats make any serious mlstako In choosing their candidate for governor, many a Democrat will hear Morrow's eloquent voice and feel the magnetic pfcrsdaslon of his cordial hand when they go Into the booth on November election day. After the speaking, a number ot Democrats, and ardent temperance men, met Mr. Morrow, and told him that they agreed with him on the question, believing that the County Unit law was all that is needed to banish the saloon from nny county where a majority of the people are opposed to them. The resent wet and dry election In Shelby county proved prohibition Is to them that state-wid- e not necessary, for they voted out saloons, and the county Is now as dry as a powder horn. At the same time they do not want to destroy the vast distilling properties In the state that pay nearly a million dollars In taxes, for If they do, they well know that other property, already hgavlly taxed, will have to take nn that burden In addition to what they noW carry, and that without accomplishing anything f.or real temprance With a state treasury already over two million dollars in dobt, the taxpayers do not fancy adding another promillion on account of state-widhibition, for they know they will have the whole thing to payln the end, while the office ' seekers who are riding the prohibition Issue can take It easy. The bankrupt.-neighborinstates of West Virginia and Tennessee, eaoh with a debt dt twelve million dollars and state-wid- e prohibition, are warning danger signals to thoughtwo" oft Ed M)CAL How to Boost Clay City mm llq-qu- n. ed V e g RECORD-BREAKIN- I e to-d- ... -- six-Inc- h A photo-praphl- HprS Anti-Saloo- n h sllvcr-on-glas- mi mm Cleanness Anti-Saloo- n plate-carrie- THE YOUTH'S COMPANION Stop-sufferin- TO-DA- to-da- '3 d e I Howtola "MORE THAN WET" I my International SDlMSfflOOL Lesson Actlnc Director ol Sunday School Course ol Moody Bible SKI-LEI- K. O. Institute, Chicago.) LESSON FOR JULY ABSALOM'S FAILURE 4 ' I.KSSON TEXT-- II Samuel GOLDEN TEXT-Chlld- ren oley your parents in the Lord, for this is right Kphesians 6:1 18:1-1- 5 - His connivance with Joab, in the death of Uriah, was a costly oargaln for David, and the development of sin in his family with Its long train of Icarful consequences teaches us that aln respects not person nor position The dark story of chapter 13 involves Absalom's flight and Joab's strategy in getting hlni oack to Jerusalem (ch. All is not as well, however, as It outwardly, appears, for Absalom the beautiful (14.23) soon stole the heart of the ten tribes. Israel (ch. 15), from his Indulgent ana Indifferent parent. Then follows the story ot that father's flight and of the son's entry into the capital city This entire Ftory is one ot the most wonderful dramas recorded in secular or sacred history H may be divided roughly as follows. Act I. Absalom slays his brother. Act 11. David tails to become fully reconciled. Act HI Ab snlom's rebellion Act IV. David's grief. The lesson tor today has to do with Acts HI nnd IV. Act III. Scene 1 David's Flight ana' Finesse, chapters l." Hi and 17 "A foolish ?on 13 a grief'to his father and bitterness to her that bare him'' (Prov. 17:2."i) On the other hand an indulgent and an Indifferent father brings grief to bis son. Scene 2. The Battle of Mount Epliralm (chapter 19). Dpvld at the Gate, v. The place where David "numbered" (v. 1) his followers was Mahanatm (17:27), where Jacob saw the two "hosts" of angels (Gen 32:1. 2). What David saw was quite dlf fercnt. As he waited he had time to contemplato that other time that ho A Good Household Salve remained behind when he ought to have gone forth to battle and which O nli nary nilineiiL? iiiul injuries resulted In tho sin for Which iic was are not of themselves serious, Ah- oven now suffering (ch 11:1-7- ) talom was shrewd as men count j but infection or low vitality may rhrewdness. but he made one fatal make them dangerous. Don't omission in planning bis campaign, neglect a cut, sore, bruise or hurt he left God out of his reckoning (ch. Hlood I'oison 17:14 It. V.). David's use ot Hushai because it's small. was fully justified by the situation has resulted from a pinprick or into which this reckless son was pre- scratch. For all such ailments cipitated, still It is probable that David listened to tho advice of his followers Iluelclen's Arnicit Salve is excel(v. 3) more willingly because ot his lent. It protects and heals the reluctance to fight against his own hurt ; is antiseptic, kills infection ) 19-3grief-strickeheart-breakin' ' j i chesen King can only expect 'a cor tain fearful looking for of Judgment and Hcry indignation which shall devour iho adversaries" (Hob. 10:27). At the end of the battle proud Absalom is not found In his chariot, but helplessly en tangled in tho crown of his pride. Scene 4. Absalom's Death, vv 1115 "Absalom chanced to meet" (v 9 R V.); thero Is no chance in the provi dences of God. Ills deslro to meet David's servants Is granted, yet that meeting brought Absalom dismay, de feat nnd ruin. Joab now takes matters into his own hands. Ho held David In his power and had a debt to pay Absalom (ch. 14:29). Most dearly did Absalom pay the penalty to this vengeful, time' abiding soldier. Joab was not content to slay this proud youth, but, to show his contempt, he cast the dead body Into a pit and raised over It a "great heap" of stones (v. 17) So Absalom's proud monument (v. 18) failed of Its intended purpose. t David's victory was complete; even so will be the ultimate victory of our "greater David" (Thil. 2:10, 11). Act IV. David's Grief, v Scene 1. The Messengers. Again our attention is centered upon the father. His anxiety is sin cere and but it Is tardy. The first messenger, Ahlmaaz, is a good man, but brings not good news. Is our message one of life or of death? The second messenger gives a diplomatic hut a blunt answer to David's anxious inquiry What cared David for his enemies, his army nay for himself, If only the "young man' were safe Application. "Is the young man safe?" Industrially, socially, physically, morally, spiritually, his safety upon the guidance of the home, the father and the church Only as parents hear and obey tho Master's words, "Bring thy son hither" (Luke 0:41) is the young man safe. David's sin was not, however, su indent cause for Absalom's downfall; he courted his own ruin (John 3:40) The great outstanding lesson of this entire drama, extending fiom the eleventh to the nineteenth chapters, is: "Whatsoever a man soweth, that shall he also reap." which Bhall end our David's engage mem with hl3 foes (Itev 79; 1121; II Thess. 2:8) Men who today aro dlElcyal or disobedient to Gods f- - HARD WICK & Our Spring and Summer goods are now in stock. 1 to call and see them. CJ1 CO. SPRING and SUMMER GOODS We invite you Ml We handle new, t 1 1 up-to-dat- e, honest merchanl 11 - $ M " cuse I .1 at nonest pnces--tn- e .1 gooas, .quality ana prices tnat win bring you g . . I I back to our store when again in need of something. 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Absalom's Defeat, vv The battle was so planned that the advantage of the forest was on David's side and more of the enemies of David wcro smitten by the hand of God (v. 8) than were slain by the servants of David. These men brought judgment upon themselves through their disloyalty to God's chosen king (Judges 5:20, 21) and In j .this we sen a tvno of that final victory and prevents dangerous compli Skin cations. Good for all Blemishes, Pimples, Salt Kheum. Kc.ema. Get an original 2 ounce J.h'. box fronj your Druggist. Wank deeds for sale at The Times office, 5 cents each. We are sole agents for these shoes 1 in Stanton. IB It Always Helps says Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., in writing of her experience with Cardui, the woman's tonic. She says further: "Before 1 began to use Cardui, my back and head would hurt so bad, I thought the pain would kill mc. was hardly able to do any of my housework. After taking three bottles of Cardui, I began to feel like a new woman. I soon gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework, as well as run a big water mill. I wish every suffering woman would give 1 Hardwick STANTON KY. (Jol. W. P. Walton, candidate or the Democratic nomination 'or secretary of (State, was in D inville vcftciduy anil received most I'onlial reception from (Jo I. Wal lie court day crowd. in has lieen runnine. u Demo. cratic. newspaper for ninny years mil his long uml faithful service who s duly appreciated by Mioi-hard work andimfuiU .now tho uk support ho 1ms jiiveii the Hirty. No editor in Kentucky ver did more fqr U party thaji las (.:!. wairon, ana ine .ues senior buliovei juj services vv i o 1 1 M j 1 CARDUI The Woman's Tonic I ut a trial. I still use Cardui when and it always does me good." feel a little bad, Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness, feelings, etc., are sure signs of womantired, worn-oly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's tonic. Ypu cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing women for more than fifty years. he 'awarded. This is the lirst spent a couple of days isr w. lime he has ever asked for ollico. with friends in ('lay City, an Danville .Messenger. look advantage of the t nti . ty to call on The Tinms m I ren. x, One tiling we can truthfully his subscription for another yem say uliout Owslev Stanley's Mr. Fletcher said his iifoiifust r. speech in Kli.abethtown : He urut at having to return tu his said nothing that he would huve to take hack if nominated for southern homo mi soon was th.it (ioveruor ami not a thine; which he would miss the hi u pinU- to would hurt the Democratic party. hu held hv the baud on .lulv ,'!. ;.;-. - - Kli.abethtown Nuwg. Get a Bottle Today! 9) (S KB 1M Mr. O. 0 Fletcher, or Ulnar, In For (lood the field, Teun , who has ligyii visiting Iris father in Munifois county, ISurberinj; Try A. JOHNSON old stand, next to the Ucd I. Rlver'Uotel. V. RELIGIOUS. Owing to the revival at Ross-ly- n there will be no preaching at the Methodist church here on Sunday night, but 'the morning service will be held at the regular hour, just after the Sunday drinks, but the other business School service. houses handling them stopped cessive provided that no drinks injurious to health were being sold. The.caso was held open for proof on t his question. The ordinance went into effect on January 1, and since that time Mr. Bloom has been selling soft STANTON. (Continued from First Page) be used for that purpose. A number have said thoy are willing to give outright to this cause if they are sure the money will bo used for a fence. AVe shall appreciate any such gift and wo assure you that it will be used for that purpose TJiere are a number who have friends buried here that ought to send in from a dollar to five dollars towards this cause and we trust that many will do so. The sooner the money is raised the sooner we will have the fence to put up. Quite a surprise was given to Stanton when it leaked out that Mr. Bert Crowe and Miss Labc Knox lias slipped away quietly and were married in JeiTerson-vlll- e, Ind. last Wednesday a week. They have been receiving the congratulation of a host of their friends IJcrt is one of Stanton's finest young men and son of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Crowe. Miss Labe is the daughter of Mrs. Carrie Tipton and one of our lovliest girls. Here's to them our best congratulations and success in life. Miss Hattie Hardwick is visiting'her two sisters in Jackson for a few weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Melrpy have moved back to Stanton fiom Clay City. In the case of tho school board against Mrs. Doll Blount there was a hung jury again. Both hung juries at the last two trials have been 7 to C in favor of Mrs. Blunt. Tho young Mr. Sparks who was accused of killing the Knox "boy on Cow Creek had his examining trial before Magistrate John Sewell of Waltersville and was cleared of any connection in tho case. The regrettable facts in this case are that all the parties con nected were mere boys, one being only thirteen and another fifteen. Moon shine whiskey was the cause of the tragedy. As long as the people in that section of the county allow these moonshine stills to exist and patronize them they will have trouble. We are told that the citizens in that section are afraid to give any evidence against the moonshiners for fear of their lives. This is a bad state of affairs and should not be allowed. If the citizens would meet together and.oriranize themselves Into a law and ois r league they could probably stop this" Our county is disgraced by the illicit making of whiskey in that section of the county and is giving us a bad name in Kentucky. DV. I. V. Johnson1 and Dr. Lemming took in the Medical Meeting which was held in Winchester last week. Dr. Johnson visited in Lexington before returning home. Prof. J. C. Hanley did not start on his trip to California last week but went to Cincinnati and returned Tuesday to be at the hearing of the college case. Ho will leave again this week and start west. Labor Leader is Among Testifiers Charles Peetz Tells How Tanlac Brought Him CLEANING I AND PRESSING. am ready to do your CleanGood ing and Pressing. work guaranteed and charges reasonable. Orders left with J. Bloom will receive prompt attention. at that time. The protracted meeting at Rosslyn is progressing nicely, B. 0. Nolan, stenographer for and large crowds are attending. the Brodhead-Qarret- t Co., went Bro. Robinson's preaching is at- to Winchester Saturday, and was tracting considerable attention, met there by Mrs. Nolan, who ac and the congregations are about companied him back. They will twice as large as was expected. boaid for a time at the Ked Iliver There will be services each even- Hotel1 but expect to start house ing at early until keeping shotly. futher notice. candle-lighting Ready Relief. JAMES WILLIAMS. In the case of the Board of Trustees against James Blooln for selling soft drinks without a license, Judge Benton ruled thatjthe license of $300 was ex- - E. B. McOione returned Thursday from a business trip to points in Canada. He reports that, in spite of the war, the Canadians ore carrying on business much as usual Louisville, Ky. June '510 Here is what Charles Peetz, prominent labor leader, of 101 West Market street, this city, has to say.about Tanlac, tho premier preparation, and the benefits he derived from the use of the medicine: con"I have boen in a half-sicdition for months. I was all rundown, nervous, and had no ap petite. My stomach was out of order and my digestion was bad. I often had headaches and was depressed in spirits. "1 find that Tanlac exajustctly suits my case. After using the medicine about a week or teu days, my appetite and digestion are much better. I now sleep better and feel stronger in every k Chas. A- - Carrithers, Jeweler and Optician, Graduate of Elgin In Watch and Clock REPAIRING. Business. . Prompt Attention Given to flail WINCHESTER KENTUCKY STRAWBERRY PLANTS Lydn Xcirkirk was the best Booster last month and wears the gold watch. Now who will play the piano? Keniembea the Cracker-Eatin- g Contest on Saturday, July 17th at 3 o'clock. Everybody come for a bully lot of fun. Find out how many crackers can be eaten in ti little time. We want you to come in to see the size of the crackers to be used, and practice eating. Children, get in your letters in the Letter Contest before Saturday night, July 17, und get the prizes and fifty coupons which wo shall give you. Write a good letter, may-b- e you can win the first premium, which is a dollhra worth of merchandise. See the rules on the Poster at our Store. way." Tanlac, the premier prepara. tion, that proved such a boon to Mr. Peetz and hundreds of others in Louisville and Kentucky, is now being taken with the most beneficial results by many of our citizens right here in Powell county. It is an excellent spring tonic, blood purifier and tissue builder. Tanlac can now be obtained in Clay City at Eaton & McGuire's and in Stanton at Hardwick & Co's. Fruit and Shade Trees, and our offering of the remarkable Mamouth Pearl Seed Potato. Send for our free catalogue. No Agents H. F. Hillenmeyer & Sons. Lexington, Ey. ORPHAN HOME ITEMS. Miss Robbins started the new Where to came range fund. Some needed clothing from Henderson, Ky. Eat in Winchester and Alice and William Patrick, left on Tuesday for a visit with home folks. Through the help of Mr. Eaton and Mr. Ritchie, we have a field sowed in cow peas. They will tell you. JONES RESTAURANT Cor Main & Washington. In oraer to close out as much as possible of our summer goods, we will offer special : prices on all these, and especially on : i MILLINERY GOODS Slippers of all kinds will go it will pay you to buy now. TIM ST at cost, and I : Miss Vica Jones of Campton Junction has been visiting at the Morris home for a few days. Mrs. J. W. Williams (THE BOOSTER STORE) WHEN YOU WANT A SHAVE OR HAIR CUT OR ANY TONSORIAL WORK CALL ON H. H. FHERIGO. NOTICE! ! Tho Powell County Sunday School Convention will be held at Rosslyn the 23rd and 24th of July. A full pro gram has been prepared and will be announced later in the Times Buford Estos of Vaughns' Mill is Pres. and Miss Beatraice Blount of Stanton, Secretary. They will bo glad to have you get in touch with them on any puaso or tlui work. Mrs. Helen Jackson and, little baby Thomas Llnwood, of Louisville; returned home Tuesday after a three weeks visit with her parents Mr. and Mrs. James Welch and other friends. Real Estate and Insurance. to Mrs. Mountz we We Buy and Sell Farm and City have some more tomato and Property of all kinds. We have some rhubarb plants to set nut. nice farms in Clark and adjoining Miss Beatrice Blount of Stancounties for sale or rent. Write us ton called at the Home Friday. what you want. Mrs. Kerstetter with the help We write all kinds of Insurance. of the girls canned If) gallons TRACY AND STOKELY. of beans, in addition to what we Office, Main Street, Winchester, Ky. have been eating. Thanks A Cough Remedy That Relieves POWELL & JACKSON Mrs. Bettie Hardwick, 'left Wednesplease settle and adjust same at once, this may Iw done with Mrs. SI. IJoso day, to' visit her son, J. II. Hardwick, in Winchester. or thu undersigned. a 25 original bottle Dr. Bell's Office in Court House. O. Atkinson Jno. Mrs. Joe Wosley of Ilatton Creek, start using at Winchester Pine Atty. for M. Hose. Kentucky left Wednesday to visit in Mt. Sterling. once and get rid of your Cough Mr. Lacy, of Hazel Green, visited and Cold. FOR SALE. his daughter, Mrs. A, T. Stewart last Tar-Honey, All persons knowing themselves to tho'ohtato of M. Kose, will Writers of all Kinds of Fire, Life, Pine Balsam, Tar and Honey all Tornado, Lightning and Hall Insurmixed in a pleasant, soothing ance.. We are also agents for the Cough byrup called Dr. Hell's Illinois Surety Company and are prePino Tar Honey. Thousands pared to do a general Bonding busihave benefited by its use no need of your enduring that nnnojing ness. POWELL & JACKSON Cough or risking n dangerous Go to your dealer, ask for Sam W. Powell Llnvllle Jackson Cold. It's prepared from the healing For fine Watch and Clock REPAIRING or any work in my line, I will be glad to have you call on me S. V. LARISON Clay City, Kentucky C. L. RUSSELL, Painting, Paperhanglng, Decorating Satisfaction Reasonable Prices Guaranteed The Payne property in Olay weeK. City, consisting of an house with all outbuildings and Little Ruth Johnson, of Lex four Iota, Is for Bali) at. the low jngton, is visiting her cousins, price of $200. Further particu-- . Ruth, Orplia and Lillie Burgher. lars at this ofliee. Miss Grace Ritchie loft Saturday for Cincinnati, where she FOR SALE will take a four weeks' course in 33 head of steers, will weigh about piano theory. ,ooo pounds. For further Informa tion call at this ofllce. Miss Olive McGJono, of More-heais spending xa1 few weeks Old Papers for Sale at The with Mr. and .Mrs. E. B. Times Office. McQloue. :' THE WIN CHESTER BANK, of Winchester, Ky. For In the Good Bartering A. P. JOHNSON old stand, next to Try the Red RlveHotel. Carl Garrett, one of our your farmers, does uot believe in ruining his complexion in the hot sun, and has perfected a sunshade to carry over a plow. The shade is made of heavy duck, and protects him from the hot sun while working. enter-prising Capital Stock Surplus and Undivided Profits N. Holly "Withcrspooii, $100,000 $200,000 President. Cashier. W. R. Sphar YOUR ACCOUNT SOLICITED. Advertising inTke Times will pay you. If you don't believe it, Ict'us convince you by a trial..