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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): September 2, 1915 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1915 cla1915090201_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.): September 2, 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 J;E HP '. " 11 U - ... IT i. CLAY CITY TIMES. . ... We ' ' M. P. O'MARA, Owner and Publisher are Here to Help Clay City, the Surrounding -- U Country and' Ourselves. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. "yd ft XX. CLAY PITY. KX. THURSDAY Teachers' Institute SEPTEMBER J9I5. NO. STANTON. '6X.fi Democrats fleet At Louisville. The State Democratic Plat form Convention met Tuesday at Louisville, with over 2,000 delegates present. Every county in the state was represented, and until the last hour of the meeting, harmony was the predominant feature. In fact, it was like a big love fsast, with all the defeated candidates lining up behind the nominees and declaring their willingness and eagerness to aid the ticket in every possible way. The only jarring note in the proceedings was when Senator J. O. W. Beckham askpd the delegates to reconsider thoir action in deposing Rufus II. Van Sant, Urey Woodson, A. G. Rhea and W. B. White. The motion was declared out of order, Mr. Beckham not having been present at the time the motion appointing their successors, was before the delegates, and he left the stage on being informed of this by Chairman II. II. Cherry. Quite a number in the crowd hissed Senator Beckham for his action in bringing up tl.e question and disturbing the harmony of the meeting, and it. was almost impossible for him to get a hearinir. fli cTp'l iiTforuf fl opted fiyTfhe convention is a very strong one, und there is no doubt but that the' ticket will win in November by a big majority. (By P. 0. Dcrthick.) Mr. and Mrs. Fred Blackburn are spending several days vncatlpn at Tor- Tho Teachers Institute closed Friday after, a' very successful session under the leadership of Mrs. Cora Wilson Stewart.. The pn gram was an excclent one, and the benefit done the teachers who were present, will be inestimable. Thursday was one of the most important days of the Institute, the main topic of discussion being the elimination, of illiteracy from Powell county. Congressman J.C. Cantrill, one ofthe speakers who volunteered their time to the cause, was present, and made an excellent speech on iffe subject of illiteracy. Mr.,'.Cantrell, is presenting arguments against illiteracy, brought out some very strong ?eK. D. H. fatherly, pastor of the Christpoints, and a great deal of inter who will start a protracted ian church, the cam est was stimulated-ipaign. Owing tp the short notice meeting on Sunday, October 3. given ot his appearance, the crowd in attendance was not as large a? it might have been had ths speaking been announced more thoroughly, but the enthu- suni expresses ly those present. made up, in leasure, for the attendance, were (inteers in the cilled for to moonlight ssi this fall and winter, and t! tition to every ;a number of teacher presj service5!, aitd others offered .rrifill'Wiinrtl&T-a detenu iiiedti person in the to give evei i hie to read aud county, wh Uy to overcome an oppj write, handicap this vered a short Mrs. Stewal ng the aims and address, ex pin ambitions of literacy Comiuis- sion, and outlir ing the worn al ready done by them. The work of the teachers in the moonlight i?er. Elbert Winkler, of Campbellsville, Ky. school?, was also explained in a who will assist in the meeting at the thourough nuuiner, and the Christian church next month. mothods of semiring attendance aud stimulating interest in the Maud Bowen, are both excellent work, were brought out. Revival Meeting at is and Christian Church. teachers, doubt there what not the The attendance at the Institute slightest but the pu- throughout the week, was very pils attending will urogress well good, and Mrs. Bohannan, tho A protracted meeting will under their training. County Superintendent and Mrs. commence at the Christian church Stewart, ihe Instructor, are both here the first Sunday in October, to be congratulated on tho splenand will continue for several CHILD 13URIUD. did manner in which they carried weeks. Services will be conducton the work. ed by Rev. D. II. Matherly, The funeral took place last pastor of the church and Rev. Thursday of Beulah Garrett, the Elbert Winkler, of Campbellslittle daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Store Broken into. ville, who conducted such a Carl Garrett, whose death was successful meeting last year. While tho Ice Cream supper Both these men arj known all announced in our last issue. Tho over this section of the country burial took place in the Katon was on at tho Christian Church services being Saturday night, some person as splendid preachers and they graveyard, by Itev. D. II.'Matherly broke into the store of Mr. 0. have had excellent results wherand Kev. L F. Mann. Tho sym- Shimfessel, by prying tho door ever they have hold meetings. At the meeting last year forty-liv- e pathy of everv person in the com- open. In a stuck as largo as that additions were made to the munity goes out to tho bereaved of Mr. Shimfessel it was imposmore particularly as this sible to tell just what had been church, and It is hoped that this parents, is their second loss, a child about taken, and it ii nut known how mooting will be even more the same age as Beulah having large the booty was. Mr. Shimdied two years ago. fessel was down street at the time, and his family, living over School To Open Next Monday. the store, heard tho disturbance, Boy Corn Growers The Olay City School will but paid no heed to it, thinking it was Mr. Shinifeusol returning. for the fall term next Mou Any boy who raised an aero of day, September 0( and the principal, Mrs, Sealo, requests a full corn to bo entered in the State II. B. Walters, who has b'een attendance of all pupils on tho Fair contest, is urged to report opening day. Special exercises at once to Mr Fred R..RIckburn working at Quicksand for tho past will be held, and all parents are at Stanton, as the corn must be three months, spent lust week nek to be preseut. I! is also prob- judged this coming week, The with his family hero. Mr. Walters able that, there wfll be a llag rais- winner is entitled to a free trp has u good position at the ing, if the necessary arjnnge-moot- s to the State Fair as a member of Mowbray & Robinson mill, the the Farmer Boys Encampment, largest one in the eastern part of can, bo made. the stute. Mrs. Sealeaud hor assistant, Miss aud will have a fine time. u rent. Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Stewart arrived home Tuesday from Hazel Green where they have been visiting Mrs. Stewart's father and many friends. Next week will contain an announcement about Temperance Flag Day in Powell County on Sept. 23rd. Mrs. Laura Knox of Xada was here over Sunday visiting Mrs. Lida Daniels and Itobert Baker's family. Kev. Ben Uattcnfield, of the College of the Bible, at Lexington is holding n meeting at Bowen this week. He the remains of Mrs. Aliee McDonald Knox to Stanton and spoke some well chosen words at the grave. Professor II. It. Shearer and Mis Mina Knox were married at Bowen Tuesday, Bev. J. 0. llnnley performing the ceremony The bride is the daughter of Dr. A T. Knox, and was formerly a teacher here, while the groom was also a teacher at StaHton College. The following have subscribed for the cemetery fence to the writer Mrs. Bettie Hardwick $.".00 Fr.-5.(10 Blackburn Milt Coulee 5.00 5.00 Paul Derthick C. C. Smith 1.00 1.00 Mrs. George Deriekson 1.00 Mrs. Johnson .'.,.r Alice Norton At the meeting of the officers of tho Suuduy School Association at the home writer last week it was decided that Donald Bohanou of our town and Miss Sudie Coulee of Itosslyu should bo the delegates from Powell County at tho Stat" Sunday School Convention ut Louisville, Oct. More will be said about the convention later. Everett Benuinglield, of Morris Creek and son of Henry Benn iugtlcld, was taken to the hospital at Lexington Monday to he operated on for appendicitis but died before they could get him to the opevating table. He was brought home and buried on Moris Creek" lie leaves a wife and one child to mourn his loss besides his parents and brothers and sistere. The writer was away when both of these deaths above oceurcd aud is sorry that he has not had time to gather more details of them. Mrs. Alice McDonald Knox who Inn been sick for about a month died very suddenly of heart trouble at Bowen on Monday of this week aud her funeral was preached by Uev. Ben Battenlleld of Lexington. She wa? buried in the Stanton Cemetery on Tuesday. A largo number of friends were present at the funeral. She was born in Lee County . 1873 being forty-tw- o Virginia, April years of age. Sho was the youngest of tea children, three of whom have died within tho present year. Tho others with a daughter, Miss Lilliu Knox, are left to mourn her loss. She gave her heart to her Savior in her girlhood and recently mad a restatement of her faith, joining the fellowship of the Christian Church at Lexington. Her trust was In her Savior and just before tho call camu she gave expression to her hope of eternal lift through her faith. The lee eieam supper given at tl.e Court House last Thursday night was a great success. As fur as tho writer could see nearly everybody In Stanton was present and a number from the sur'otinding country. Tho people uf Stanton responded nobly. The fence Is an assured project and we are going after It till we get It. A number have expressed a wish that we might put up an iron fence along In front. If we do this many will have to give liberally to it. It is tho desire of the writer to have an iron fence if we can raise enough money for It. Thu writer bus been doing some pricing of some iron fence and it will take at least 100. for that besidit thu rest of thu fencing whioh will be a of-th- e 0. j Resolutions Passed By Institute Resolutions adopted by the Powell County Institute held ut Stanton on Aug. 2:ird to '7th. Inclusive. coo-ducte- d n ' RESOLVED: 1. That to Mrs. Cora Wilson Stewart wo extend our hearty thanks. Her gracious manner, her rare tact, her pesronal magnetism have been a great inspira-tint- , to us. Throughout the year wo shall feel the influence of her life working in us for good. 2 That we express our profound gratitude to Mrs. Bohannan our County Superintendent for her faithful services rendered as Superintendent. 0 That the rural teachers of express their Powell County thankfulness to Mr. N. A. Ranson for services rendered as County Supervisor. 4 That we are deeply grateful to Mr. M. P, O'Mara, Editor of the Olay City Times for his generosity to the teachers of Powell County by furnishing each teacher with a year's sub. scription to the Times and for freu space for any news items of tho schools of the county. 5 That wo appeciato very much tho privilege of having had the lion. J. 0, Cantrill with us and tho message he has brought us. U That wo aro grateful to Prof. J, O, llanloy for giving us the ii6o of the College building for tho Inslituto'und for thu help Continued on last pigu (Continued on Page Six.) THE TIMES. Oldest Red Man Tired, Actiinpf.Muscles over-esertio- Relieved n, Indorses Tanlac A Democratic Newspaper Eighteen Years Old The Best Weekly in this Section. M. P. O'MARA, OWNER AND PUBLISHER. Remedy Filled Him With New Energy and Vigor After Many Years mnil matEntered as second-clas- s ter at the Post Office nt Clay City, Ky., under tho Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. A HOME-MA- DE I'APER.- - TlfURSDAY, SEPT. 2. IPlfi NO PANPLASli, PLEASE pan-flush And now, Mr. President, let in us not have another the matter of Mexico. We got as far as Vera Oruz, lost a few ma rines to the snipers, started sanitary cointnifsion and a Chris tian Eideavor Society for the benefit-othe greasers, led the f population through the laundry to the Y. M. 0. A. and then came home, triumphant in virtue, but not otherwise. In Mexico, fain ine, criminal assault, arson, mur derT stalk hand and hand across a devastated country. If we are going to do anything about it we are already a year or two late Let us get at the job, finish the job, do the. job well. Let us leave no single brigand lender unhors ed. None of them bus rIioami cause whv he slwul not be hauled from the saddle. Frankfort State Journal. The Teachers Institute held this past week at Stanton, was sue cessful in many ways. The at tcnunnce,. particularly among parents and patrons of the schools was fairly large all week. In fact, it 6eemed that outsiders took as much interest in the work as the teachers. This is right in aseiioo, jh parents of children are requested to attend and take an interest in the work of those to whom the training of their children is entrusted, lint what strikes an as one of the outstanding points, is that a number of the county teachers do not attend regul.iry, as they should. The editor happened to be present, n couple of days whop the roll was called, and was surprised at the number of teachers absent, and we have been reliably informed that a nutnbe of tho teachers did not attend at anyjof tho sessions out-sfd- Louisville, Ky., Sept., 1 191o of the Best Schools in Among those to indorse Tanlao is Fred Meinecke, a rerecently Courses in Agriculture and Domestic Science. tired hardware dealer, of 2532 West Jefferson stieet this city, Review Classes in the Common Branches will be Conduced throughout who found speedy relief from the Term. chronic stomach trouble by use of tho nremier preparation. Mr. By paying part of their Expenses in Work, Students may get C. LSRUSSELL, who ir sixty-eigh- t .Meinecke, Rates at the Dormitory as low as $1 5o per Week. years old and the oldest member Painting, Paperhanglng,"Decoratlng of the Order of Hed Men in Ken Satisfaction Reasonable Prices For Information Write to tucky, said : stomach "I was suffering from Guarantied trouble for many years. Finally mv condition became so serious that 1 was forced to retire from Stanton, business. I was unable to retain even the lightest foods on my stomach, and had the most severe pains imaginable in my auao minal regions after eating. I suf is fered from headaches, nervous of Bourbon Poultry Cura uess, and dizziness, and found it down a chlck'a throat cure diflicult to sleep-- . e trapes. A few drop In the water curca and prevent "After being advised by friends diarrhoea, cholera and other One SOo bottle chick dlseaaea. to try Tanlac, and seeing it ad males 12 gallonaof medicine. At by mall postpaid. alldrugglatt.or If you want class and style in your sumvtrtised in the newspapers, I de Valuable poultry book tree. tOmOU IEBE0T CO. lailSTOI ir try it. I was astonished cided to mer clothes you cannot afford to overlook Sold by the at the result. After taking a few doses my appetite returned and I FARMERS UNION SUPPLY CO. found that I could eat anything Ky. Clay City I craved with relish. The ner vousness and dizziness disappear They sell at REASONABLE PRICES and they ed and sleep became restful and peaceful. I no longer suffer from are WORTH THE MONEY. For fine and Clock pains in the abdomen and head. "'1 can do as much work now as REPOSING I ever could and feel as well" as I or any worlfKy line, I will did 20 years ago, before I became R call on me affected with stomach, t.rouble." Tanlac, the" premier prepara S. V. MUSON tion, is sold in 01m y City by Eaton ik Mi Guire and in Stanton, by Clay City, Kentucky Hardwick & Co. Main St. Winchester, Ky Next to the Clark County National Dank. Bard wo.rjjty. menu stiff, sore muscles. Sloans Liniment light ly tipplied, a little quiet, and your soreness dieap pears like magic. .Nothing ever helped like your Sloan's Lini meut. l can never tnaiiK you enough," w.rites one grateful user. Stop suffering, aches, and pains. An excellent counter? rritant, bettor.and cleaner than mustard. " All Druggists, 25. Uet a bottle to dny. Penntrate without rubbing. t . STANTON COLLEGE,! KY. STANTON, Next Term Opens September 6, 1915. One Kentucky. ..V " f -- Rev. J. C. Hanley, President, Ky. DROP SUMMER SUITS drink-In- BLOOMFIELD'S SPECIALS 1 bc-gla- d tohiKu Come in and Look them over. Lee Bl.oomfield & Co., I CLEANING I AND PRESSING. ready to do your Clean Gocd work and Pressing. guaranteed and charges reasonable. Orders left with J.'Blocm will receive prompt attention. am ing Jafferson 'tool sf. Lava COMPLETE TWO YEAR COtni3E.de-'T- O rMl.LJJ.llth year opens Oct. 3. Bee. M ?A ond term, Ja.S. IYeirts for ,m.ibbbbY L HHUtw. AMrMtottcourtaandilario p Unreau. Tuition UbrulM. esl !r Parable. For VUEUcaUlOf a and handsome Vaotone ICtchlnl of TbomasJetlerson readr to trams, write ELLIOTT PENNEBAKE8, LntftiUt, Kf. 5 3 I bri PlBX jflflt a Hkw lull K, VvssH aCsH swAsS H I 1 JAMES WILLIAMS. , I H H B 1 Miilr Hikr ; Sec. I tarck Pianos No Money in Advance Satinfnc-lio- u (jimr-antood drink "Mnn- w.- - &r WHEN YOU WANT A. SHAVE OR, LoweHtNot HAIR CUT - 'UMI WET" OR ANY STRAWBERRY PLANTS TONSORIAL WORK CALL ON P I! n n i oh t Terms A Savtug ol to Factor;' Priooo stao S200 Fruit and Shade Trees, and our offering of the remarkable Mamouth Pearl Seed Potato. Send for our free catalogue. No Agents & H. H. PHERIGO. A. STARCK MteiOCNT From Factory. Direct IN YOUR ?100 REWARD, $100 Our understanding is that a teacher's cert ficate is subject to revocation if the Institute is not Attended, and it might be well in some cases, to apply this penalty. These institutes are conducted at considerable expense, and, in ad- uition to this, the county super inrenueni ami too instructor arc both put to n great deal of trouble in preparing a program suitable t the needs of the teachers, and the least they con jd do would be to attend and shpw their appro ciation. It. is noticeable that the teachers who are. having the most Buccess with their schools are the ones who attend every day nt the Institutes, and absorb nil the information that can bo obtained there. Our city school will open Won. day for tlieful and .waiter vterm and it that the .attend- d The readers of this paper Avill .pleased to learn that there is 'Lexington, Ky. at least one dreaded, disease that Save $150.00 or Mors Easy PaymiHts We Mr direct to you from cur factory, at Vou pay no caah down, but alter SO dayi science has been able to cure m prlcu that mi you upward, of $130.00 in lbs of trial, you can begin payment on the low. all its stages, and thit is Catarrh. coat of your piano. Wc (ruaraotcu to fnralli nt, ciiirit terma ever auggeated by a piano you a brttrr piano for the nior.ty tluu yot can niuuufacttircr. These term are arranged to unce the first day will embrace Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only ccure flicwhcre. Vou are awrrd ut ault your convenience, and It l poaaible a aatlsfactory iwect toutd durahle high grade to buy a piano for your home, withou every pupil who expects to attend- - positive cure now known to the piano. inlnl.-th:- money. modical fraternity. Catarrh be during tho term.,Ioth.ing is more aiartK Guarantee ing a constitutional disease, re PlayarrPianes Bargains di8hoartning to a teacher than to quires a Every 3UrcU. rbno i i Starck are constitutional treatment. guaranteed for ti yrari. V hare e.m.an.ly on hau l the beat and inost beautihave pupils straggling in n few ualL's Catarrh Cure is taken in 1 hi guarantee lai tJc!; a Urse number of tlichtly used ful Player I'lanoa on the of It our 31 yrara of piano ind arcona band nlanoa of all market. Yod will be dedays apart during the first week tcrnally, acting directly upon the eauerience, and the repuataadard inakea taken In ex lighted wltk the many exa 1 tation of an J. bane for new Starck I'lanoa clusive feature) of these mo or two of school, disorganizing the LI - .1 aim mucous'suriaces. pi 11 uioou ruponalble piano bouie, and The follow Monurrtui Inatrumcnta, and lug are a few will be pleated with the work already done, and making it system, thereby destroying tho 0 Froe Musio Very low prlcca at which Welier $110.00 they can be accured. more diflicult for those pupiln in .foundation of the. disease, and giv Lasssns Steinway 92.00 ing tho patient strength by build Man Ink Frat Chickeriag 0.03 To every pi rchaitr of attendance to settle down to the'r ing up tho constitution and assist Elarck 1'lanot, we jho free Kimball 95.00 . Send today for our nsw uiuale lesaoua, In one of work, Tho first few days are neautliuuy tUuetrated plaao 193.00 Starck ing nature in doing its work. The tbt.beat known Kbooli In book which cylrca you a Chicago. Thfjie laiou )ou lar to both teacher and proprietors have so much faith in anoust ot informa- Send for our latent complete eaa take la your vn home, tlon tvlanoa. ' ThU (ccond'hand bargain (Ut. by roall." Thli reprMota ww pupil. The teacher can note the its curative powers that they offer wilt lntereat and pne year't Ire Instruction. peaiej-ouWtlte today. talents of different pupils and or One Hundred Dollars. for any case P. A. S TAR OK VUMO CO., 1384 Starek mH CHICAGO that it fails to cure." end for list aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaamiiiaaia ii in laimm, range the studieR to correspond, of testimonials. aud if all the pupils are present Cheney & Co.. Address F. the work will not have to bo gone Toledo, Ohio. J. Sold'by alt Drug-gistDally Thought. over again. Let every pupil who The Arlriai River, . r7$c. Tho, expects to attend the school, be Tako Hall's Family Pills for A noblo nature can alone attract the loDb'. Arkaasai river t 2,170 ,kU but at various poaU Ik lla noble and alone knows how to retain present on the opening day, , constipation. course Is very narrow, H. P. Hillenmeyer Sons. Ue g 25-Ysar OWN HOME we win snip you a beautiful Starck Piano for 30 days' free trial. In your home. lSp caah payment required. ATI we ask Is Hut. you will play upon, V. .S" and teat this blano for SO daviL If. nt ih.t ..n,i nt n,ni highest erade, sweotest toned and llnost piano in very way. that you have ever een for the money, you are ut perfct liberty to send It back, and we will. In that make good with yout ur wirre is no saie. 30 DAYS' FREE TRIAL 2nd-Ha- nd l;laytr-fiano- I'laytr-I'tann- aaraple-barsaln- .- - nt regard-la. s, - Uiem.-rOoetl- ie. - Jaw Um A. -- r t 4 ' PILOT vJiw Stanton, is visiting Miss Minnie Stanton, her old 81 years talk in- Congletoti. Tho Mt. Ohapol Ineofing of tho Mary E. Forkner, of Old B I ptist.9 attracted a large in visiting friends at crowd. The' preachers were Itev. home here. She is now Combs, of- Hopewell and of age and can read and V.m llev. lira Wills, of Hazel Green. telligently. - semi-Annu- al uiearance saie t semi-annu- al Mr. Kinser has finished his work on the school house and is preparing to fence tho lot. Corn Drops ure looking good around here and potato crops hroik u records for this neighborhood. Mrs Ilershell Hall left. Sunday for Middletown, O. Her husband and, three children will follow iu Mr. and Mrs. Geo Ewen visited relativis in Estill county last week. Do Mr. and Mrs Jeff Brewer, of Middletown, 0., returned home Sunday after visiting relatives here. short time. Walter Caldwell and William Sparks, of Middletown, are visiting friends here. John Harris, of Wolf county, is visiting friends here. Roscoo Baker, who has been working near Winchester, has A returned home. ' John Mize, of Estill county, has rented a farm from D. 0. Hall, a ' llev. Joseph Adams, of Levee, will begin a protracted meeting here on September 8. He will be assisted by Rev. D. H. Math-erlof Clay City. School opened again hero Monday) the quarantine having been raised. There are no new cases of diphtheria. News was received here last week of the death of Wm. Smith u former citizen, who died at the home of his son, Frank Smith, near tho Virginia line. VTRDEN 7 you want to make money by saving it? Do you want to buy I some good, honest merchandise at prices less than it is Y clear- -' V worth? If so, read this, as our Y ance sale is now on. Why not make our loss Y your gain. Look over these sale prices Y f t T X .MENS' and BOYS' CLOTHING $22!00 mens suits, cut to $ 6.00 " 18.00 " 13.00 " 14.00 " 9.00 " " 4.00 5.00 mens odd pants, cut to 3.75 " " 4.50 3.25 4.00 2.75 2.75 I.75 1 6--50 2.50 2.00 hats going at 1.5a 1.25 t DRESS GOODS All wool and wool mixed dress goods, except black and blue serges, go in this sale. $ .00 per yard goods going at 75c 60 cent goods at 40c 50c goods at 35c " 25 18c 20c 14c 15c goods at 10 and I Ic 0c goods at 7c 25c dress ginghams at 9 2c ginghams 0c 0 cent ginghams at 8c. 1 1 1 1 1 1 2.50, '2.00., 8.00'boys 7.00 6.50 . 5.00 4.50 2.00 , . 1.50 1.25 to 2: suits' cut " and has moved here. " . GENET Corn crops are something above the average for tho last 10 years. Mrs. Sally A. Martin, of Fish Trap, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Belle Martin. H. S. Martin, Notary Public, was called to Bowen last Monday on legal business. companied him home to spend a T. J. Ponder, the Xeua mer- few days. chant, was transacting business Mr 8. George Tolen and Miss hero last Saturday. Naunie Lowery, of Winchester, B. F. Martin and wife have re spent several days with friends turned .home to Lombard after a and relatives here and at Wal few days visit with V. 0 Martiu. teraville. ' J. Luk Blackburn, of SouTi Mrs. 0. 0. Curtis and Mrs. Kil- Fork, was here on legal business lis Ware visited Mrs. Sarah Ad Friday. ams, of Waltt-raviHlast Thursday. A horse belonging to E. D. Weed Adams, of Lexiugton, Curtis dropped dead just after Ky. waj here last Monday. he returned from Clay City Wed uesday. SLADE. Cassius Bowen, of 0 & K Jet., is visiting his parents here. Frank Chester and Mrs. Blai ci Chester Ewen. of Hazard' aud Mrs. Isa Chester Agar, of were called here owing to thew serious illucss of Pete Chester. Pete underwent an operation at the hospital and is now doing very well. Mamie Derickson, of Mies Beat-tyvill- 0. 0. Curtis visited his brother G. W. Curtis, of Pine Ridge, Sunday. Mrs. Marv Pace, of Kiddville, visited her mother, Mrs, Lanra Patton, Saturday and Sunday. Thomas Hughes, of Indian Fieldp, visited his sister, Mrs. T. A. Ogden, Sunday, and she ac- t f t . 5.50 4.50 4.00 3.00 2.75 Queen Quality Low Cuts for Women We have them in Oxfords, Strap Pumps. 3.50 ones cut to 2.50 Walk-Ov- er Pumps and $4 ones cut to 2.75 $3 ones cut to 2.25 Plain " 1.00 and 1.25 Boys' odd pants cut 20 to 25 per cent Chilcrens' wash suits worth 60c cut to 40 cents. Low Cut Shoes for Men 3-- t t t t Y Y Y Y Y Y Y f 4.50 low MENS' HATS $3.50 and 3.00 hats going at , $2 and 2.50 4.00 ones at 3.00 3.50 ones at 2.75 Womens', Mens', Boys' and Girls' underwear cut 20 to 30 per cent, and in some cases even more. cuts at f ar elling granulated sugar at 6 2 cents per pound; roasted & cofieeKP ents per pound, and the FIRST GRADE or Kentucky We 1-- ? Y ! Floui$ 3.20 per hundred or 85 cents per 24 lb sack. t m M I James b Clarko one ot our oldest and most esteemed subscribers, dropped into tho office few days ago for a visit. Mr Clarke is visiting relatives iu this county for a few weeks, but wil return for the winter to the Old Mason's Home at Shelbyville, which he says is the finest place iu the world for a mau to spend tho winter mouths. f Y Y I COULD SCARCELY WALK ABOUT -- t t Awl For Tkee Stumers Mrs. ceat Was UuUe ts Attend te Aay f Her Hrasewerk. Pleasant HiH, N. C "I suHercd for three summers," writes Mrs. Walter Vincent, of this town, "and the third and lut time, was my worst 1 had dreadful nervous headaches and prostration, and was scarcely able to walk about. Could sot do any of my housework. I also bad dreadful pains in ray back sad sides 8d when one of those weak, staking ,psUs would come on me, I would have, to give up and lie down, wtUMwore oM. I was etriataly in a dfeattu! Mate oi iheaMti, wfc 1 ttaaUy decided to try CuM, the woman's Wfrfc. aad I firmly believe 1 would have died if I hadn'l taken it. After I began taking Cardul, I was greatly helped, and all three bottles re Heved me entirely. I fattened up, and grew so much stronger in three months, I felt like an other person altogether." Cardul is purely vegetable and gentle- acting. Its Ingredients have a mild, tonic effect, on the womanly constitution. Cardul makes for increased strength improves the appetite, tones up the ner vous system, and helps to make pale, sallow cheeks, fresh and rosy. Cardul has helped more than a million weak women, during the past 50 years It will surely do for you, what It has done for them. Try Cardul today. WrtU la' rh.tt.naon Mtdldaa Co.. LaJIti ki vUory Dipt.. ChitUnoee. f.nn.. tat SpKiol Jn book. Hen atructotil n your cut tni tiwtatst fur Wuhm." list la pUla rwr. J-c H t t t t Y are in position at all times to sell you good, honest rchandise at very low prices, quality considered. igh quality, low price," is our motto. It is our aim to p as nearly as possible everything the people want, if we haven't what you want we will get it for you. It will be to your interest to see what we have and get our prices when in the market for dry goods, notions, millinery, women's and men's furnishing goods, clothing, hats, shoes, underwear, hosiery, furniture, wall paper, mattings, carpets, linoleums, oil carpets, rugs, mattresses, beds and bed springs, cots, chairs, trunks, suit cases, hand bags, wood, coal and oil. cooking stoves, sewing machines, harness, saddles, hardware, roofings, queensware, paints, oils, varnishes, window sash, doors, window lights, groceries, candies, fruits, buggies, wagons, mowing machines, hay rakes, etc., etc. We are sole agents for "The Bain" wagons. If in the market for a wagon, give us a chance tg, show you "The Bain" and quote you prices. Will also tell you why we decided to handle this wagon, and the same reasons we think will cause you to buy one. t t t t Y ! Y Y J Y Y !:! t i Y T Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y t t Hardwick & Co. STANTON KY. f Y Y Y Y Y Y Y vVvvvv Advertise in The Times DIES OF TYPHOID Will Walters, about. 18 years of nge, ami the youngest sou of Pleas Walters, of Hunlwick's Ureek, ilietl Wednesday niglit after u brief illness of typhoid ffver. Burial will be in the o'd Weils graveyard Friday. Fur- STANTON. (Continued from First Pago) strong woven wire fence. So If the people rejpoml as we think they should we enn enslly put up the iron fence In front nnd have a good strong fence nroiuul the rest of It. The writer wns nt Honny In Morgan county over Sunday coming homo Tuef-da- y afternoon. The crowd nt nil three sei vices were so large that the people could not alt get Inside the house and they hav a pretty good size school house there. It does seem so good to go to a place when the people all come out to meetings, and where they come because they want to worship God. People do not go out to church like they use to years ago. We have heard our fathers and mothers tell of how they use to como to meeting from far and near, coming in wagons, on horse back and afoot, bringing their dinners with them and staying all day only getting home in time to do np their evening Chores. And they use to have long sermons and the people enjoyed them. Nobody got tired of going to meetings in tluitodays. Nobody complnincd if tho preacher should happen to make a long exhortation and dinner came a 1! ttlc late, "'lie people worshipped God in those days and there was a spirit of reverence for God's duy . Hut how times have changed. In many places you would not know it u'us Sunday, to see tho indilTer- o me of tiie people on that day. In many of the churches there are only a few persons. The rest are ar. home or haw gone on a Sunday excursion. The preacher must preach a very short sermon or the people will stay away. He mustn't denounce some of the sins or lie will make some of his membeismad and they will stay away. He must preach so that nobody's feelings will get hurt, or they will go to some other church where the preacher preaches to suit them. No, the preacher is not to do as the Bible commands him to do but ns his members say so. The writer lias never preached to suit the people and never expects to do so. Hedenonces sin in as strong terms as lie can and if the people do not like it it is nothing to him. He preaches as God commands him to preach. Tho gospel preachd in its purity is what is needed in the world today and because it has not been preached that way is because of bo much of indifference nmong the people. We will only be saved as we obey God's commands and live the Christ like life, tho consecrated life, tho life of service, a life from sin. We must not forsake God's Holy dny because it is his day and we are expected to assemble our selves in God's house and worship him on that day. And a great many people who think they are going to be arc going to bo lost because they have been so indifferent to his day. If we are christians we will worship him on that day as well as every day of tho week. INSTITUTE RESOLUTIONS 10CAL The Place to Buy Your Goods The place to buy your goods is where, you get the best value . . WNS Dr. nnd Mrs. It. C. Coomer, of Speedwell, mndison county, vis. ited D. II. Mathcrly Sunday. Miss Mattio Lundrum, of Jackson, spent Sundaywith her. cousin, Mrs. M. P. O'Mnra. Prof. J. L. Mannerly, of Log Lick, visited D. II. Matherly, Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Jennie Russell and Mrs. Ann French went to Winchester Wednesday to attend the wedding of their cousin, Miss Jessie Hughes. The wives and. 'sweethearts of the band boys will give an ice night, Sept. cream supper-Frida10, to help the boys get some more new music. y ther particulars wore not available at the time of going to press. D. II. Motherly closed a meeting at Corinth, Estill county, latt week. The church has been without a pastor for some time. for your money. Try- - This - Store - For - Val u e run him i fiu p. 01 miuu nrnwrcr i Henpy WALTERS V l LLE, Waldron KENTUCKY Real Estate and Insurance. We Buy and Sell Farm and City Property of all kinds. We have sonic nice farms in Clark and adjoining counties for sale or rent. Write us tvlint you want. We write all kinds of Insurance. TRACY AND STOKELY. Office, Main E. B. McUlone was ' in Win- chester Wednesday on business. Mrs. E. B. McGione had the misfortune to run into a bees nest and vhile fishing Wednesday, was severly stung about the face. Messrs. Trosper and Miller, of Berea college, were at Basely n Saturday and Sunday, and services there. con-ducte- Street, Winchester, Ky. THE FRIEND OF THE WORKING MAN That is the POWELL & JACKSON Writers of all Kinds of Fire, Life, Tornado, Lightning and Kail Insurance.. We are also agents for the Illinois Surety Company and are prepared to do a general Bonding business. POWELL & JACKSON . title that has been given our store d John Sliowden Jr. nnd Mis.- - Sam W. Powell Winchester Llnvllle Jackson Kentucky Office in Court House. Lillio Watson, both of Walters viile, were married at .Stanton last. Thursday by. A. M. Lowe, of Itosslyn. M by scores of satisfied customers whom we hava materially aided in the fight against- - the high Let us help you. cost of living. OUR MOTTO IS iss Lula Det THE WINCHESTER BANK, of "Winchester, Ky. Capital Stock Surplus and Undivided Profits N. Holly "Witherspoon, $100,000 $200,000 ington, spent A week with reluj Dr. Martin 'il of a fine boy t and also one to J H ison, ot Lexlal days' last Ih ere. - Low Prices and High Quality We would appreciate a trial order, and (s the birth ue Williams will do our, best to try and please you. Farmers Union Supply Store Fn'uk Kennon, Mgr. lie Alureueld til spent a, few the family at Rossiyn. President. Cashier. Mrs. Sylva Kjl W. R. Sphar days last week ' of Dr. A. T. I( YOUR ACCOUNT SOLICITED. For Good Bartering Try A. P. Johnson In the old stand, next to the Red River Hotel. M. Burgher Mr. nnd Mrs and son, ShelbylHRve Thursday morning for a viV with relatives and friends nt ViUiuonte, Mu. This is the second holiday Mr. Burgher has had in 20 years service with the Day Lumber & Coal Co. They will be away about a mouth. c, J.. 4 J. J. i I- - -- J I 51-- 5- - C- - - 1- 4- - I -i J- -- - 55 i- 51 4 -- JJ 4- - - 4- - s- - - 5 I I Shampooing and Scalp Treatment It.ULKOAI) TIME TABLE This Bank Invites New Accounts On I V t I v Coutiuued from llrst page he has rendered. Lexington Eastbound. No. 1. & Eastern Italhvay That we thank the music committee and those who entertained us with such delightful 7 Rupture Expert At Winchester Seeley, who Fitted Czar of Russia, Called To Winches Westbound. music. 8 That a No. 4. the basis of efficient service aud absolute " security t Daily. Lexington 7:05A.M. ' 7:55A.M. Winchester 8:15 A. M.j L. & E. June, S:45A.M. 0:27A.M. 10:18 A.M. 11 :20 A.M. j 1:44 P.M. 3:35 P.M. Clay City Camp. Junct. Maloney 4:18P.M.j No. 3. Jackson Hazard Whltesburg Moltoberts Dally. Lexington 1:45 P.M. 2:37 P.M.j Winchester 2:55P.M. L. & E. June. 3:28 P.M. Clay City 4:12P.M. Camp. June. Maloney" 6:00 P.M.j C:00 P.M.j S:13 P.M.I higher standard of Dally. scholarship be required of each teacher of Powell County; that 2:50 P.M. they be required to be either a 1:45 P.M. j 1:30 P.M. high school graduate or have at1:00 P.M. tended a normal school for at least one year. 12:22P.M. ll :19 A.M. 1) That since the profession of 10 :20 A.M. teaching is one of the highest 8:0CA.M. callings in life, we ask that a G:20A.M. higher moral stundard.be requirj 5:40A.M. ed of those who teach. That No. 2. Daily. those who will persist in smoking 8:50 A.M. cigarettes, drinking or engaging 8:00 A.M. in other immoral nets will have 7:37 A.M. their certificate revoked. 7:00 A.M. 10 That the Powell County G:19A.M. Board of Education bo urged to j j ter 3 Per Cent f V No. 6. Dally. .0:30 A.M. G:47A.M. 8;48A,M. 10:43 A.t. 11:30 A:M. county, thus protecting teachers and pupils from No. 0. Dally. tho dust. 11 That these resolutions be 5:45 P.M. Jackson 5:45 A.M. made a part of tho minutes of Haddix 3:26 P.M. this Institute and. that they 'jo Hazard Whltesburg 1:27 P.M. published in tho Clay City Times. McRoberts 12:45P.M. Signed Ida Paisley vNW, A, RUSSELL, Dudley Cuudell P. T. M., Louisville. Marion Atkiueon Quicksand j Jacksrn j 5:35A.M. oil all tho Hours of all tho school 4:45 A.M. 4:31A.M. houses in tho I F. II. Seeley, of Chicago and Philadelphia, the noted truss expert, will be at the and will remain in Winchester Wednesday only, September 8. Mr. Seeley. says: "The Spermatic Shield as now used and approved bv the United States Government, will not only retain any cnee of rupture perfectly, a Hording immediate and complete relief, but closes the opening in 10 days on the aver-agcase. This instrument rethe only award in Eng. ceived land and in Spaiujproducing results without surgery, injections, medical treatments or prescriptions. Mr. Seeleyjias documents trom tho United States Govern ment, Washington, D. O., for All charity cases without charge, or if any interested Brown-Proc-torla . o Interest on Jinio Deposits Clay City National Bank Clay City, Kentucky t "WE ft DANIEL BOONE AXLE GREASE And don't have to grease, but once a week. Made In Kentucky by CHAS. C. STOLL OIL CO. Lexington, Ky, - call ho will bo gladitO'3haw same w.thout charge or Qttliem if desired. Business .demands pre vent sjopping.iit ntmother place nuv in uiissectiQii. Advertising in Tho Times will Biftuk flee(i8 for 8ai0 at pay you. If you don't beliove it, Times .office, 5. cents each. let us convince you by a trial. ,nic r