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Here te Help Clay CHytlwikrounding Country and Ourselves. 9, 1915. 4f ; f VjOL CLAY OITT . K7., THURSDAY NO. STANTON. (By P. O. 34 County School Notes, sequence the attendance jumped from 18 to 80. P Prof. Ranson visited the Slade school" We'diiesdayVand "8 a con- Opening Exercises At City School. 10CAL Postal Regulation. Thecityschool opened Monday with the largest attendance in Waltersvllle school, of which years. A number of parents were Guy Crowe is ""teacher, has every present, and they seem to take a reaspnjo be probd of its record. great den.l5.uf interest in the Last Friday "they viiited the work. Owing to the lack' of a BlacktCreek school and not cou-te- musical instrument in the school wi(h;irjmraing them to the the children marched into the a,.ball same in the Christian church, where the exnine of worsting, aUo defeated them in a ercises were, opened by the sing'spelling inatch in the. afternoon. ing of "America", after which the 28rd psalm was given in con.Diphtheria-pulledown the at- cert, followed by the Lords Praytendance, at a number of the er. J. W. HendrickB, member past two weekr, of the Board of schools ior-.fhTrustees, intro but the Attendance is becoming duced Mrs. W. G, Seale, princinormal again. Chop Chestnut pal of the school, who gave au and Jit. Canhau suhoels both rt interesting talk on. the value of & decrease in thenumber of regular attendance".' pupils, owing to the scare. Miss Bowen, the assistant Hatton Creek school house has teacher, told the story of "The been gteatlyimproved by a fresh. Glad Little Rabbit," which was coal of paint and also by' a new enjoyed by all. lioqr arid ceiling. Rev. D. EL Matherly, pastor ' Some one has suggested to us of the Christian church, was, next t lie idea of holding n series of introduced by Noah Anderson, spelling matches among the another member of the Board, schools to determine the champ and teld a splendid story of the ionp of the county. What do the boy, who, when entering college, placed over his door the letter! teachers think about it? ,jMre..i'Bohannan. visited. Black "V". Four years lafer, when, Creek school Friday. The Pompey after working hartl hewas 'tiiude and"ValtersviIle schools also paid' Valedictorian tor the class, he them a visit to have a spelling showed them what the letter inatch, but the time was too short meant. He had set his maak for both, and Waltersvllle won high, and did not pause until he reached it. Mr. Matherly also the match. explained that the school is the The county Supervisor, Prof. half way house between the home McCormick and the world, and that the aim visited Rari6on, school last week, with good of everone should be to advance as several more pupils are the best interests of our boys and attending now. girls. Hatchers Creek school defeated The teachers, the pupils, the Miss Mnry Martin and Mrs. Sallie Board of Edncation and the parFrench in a spelling match Fri- ents all look forward to a better day afternoon. and greater school, and it is the Spencer aim of the principal to impress The attendance at the school, of which Dudley Oaudill on the children the fact that the is teacher, is said to be the largest school is a place where they can get experience that is useful to in years. them now, and that will be inMrs. Myrtle Burgher, teacher valuable to them later in life. is at- Little Hardwicks Creek, Mrs Seale and Miss Bowen are starting a Mooulight School this both competent teachers, and week. Let's hear from some of t tie other teachers along this line. have made au excellent start on the Years work. A moonlight We would like to, see every school will also ba started shortly, toucher m the county send in and some friends in the town their cards each week. It is not have offered their services as asmuch Jtrouble to fill them out, and sistant teachers in this, A move-methe people of the county are int has also been started to proterested iu the work. It shows cure an organ for the school, that a teacher has pride in the Half the money has already been school and ill their profession subscribed, and it is hoped to when they are interested enough have the instrument in the course to let people know what they are of a week or so. doing. nt 22-7;i- wm . The following order has been received by postmaster J. H. Derthick.) Mrs. Wm. Swope and family, of McCormick, ate visiting rela tives on Uai;dwrck8 Creek this week. r Mrs. Florence: Oldham and children movedWto Stanton this week. The children will attend the college ttierei. ; y sy n d e Connie L. McClure, of Win chester. Visitcdifrierlds here this week. re-po- For Sale K, good typewriter, nearly new. and in perfect condition. Apply., to I. S. Boone, Stanton, Ky. ,; Miss Katje", pnnlee and Miss Annie Welchrif Ros'slyp, spent Saturday to Talsday with Squire Welch and family. C A, Hazeljg has accepted a poiition with the Day Lumber & Coal Co., at Be?tyville, and left Friday to s"tarSvork .. The work !put;bn the Hardwicks Creek road has treat! v im Droved . -- O'liear: "Effective September 1, 1915, paragraph 2, section 488 of the Postal Laws and Regulations is amended to read as follows: "Fourth-clasmail shall not be registered, but may be insured against loss in an amount equivalent to its actual value, but not to exceed $5 in any one case, on payment of a fee of 3 cents; not to exceed $25 on payment of a fee of 5 cents; not to exceed $50 on payment of a fee of 10 cents, or not to exceed $100 on payment of a fee of 25 cents, in addition to the postage, both to be prepaid by stamps affixed ; but indemnity will not be allows Miss Ferguson visited Mina Tipton last week. Miss Tcnny Dcrickson and her mo ther have been visiting kin (oiks at Lombarrijor several days. Clarence Atkinson arrived Tuesday to see his little daughter, Marian, who is reported as being quite ill. Mr. and Mrs. L'ennie Crowo are the proud parents of a boy baby that came to their house Sunday. He has been named Cecil Thomas. Miss Alene Myers, of Jackson, is vis iting her friend, Anmj Clark, this week. She and Mabel Boone'sang a beautiful song at the C. E. meeting Sunday evening. States." Mrs. Laura Hardwick visited her daughter in Jackson last week, return ing home Sunday. She reports that Mollies husband is visiting the Expoed in cades of loss of such mail sition at San Francisco. Mies Evans, of Otisco, Ind., is tho addressed to the Phillipine Isnew music teacher this year, and Mr. lands, unless the loss occurred in Muskingom the postal service of the United Ititchie, of mathematics Coirege, Ohio, teacher. We is the new welcome them both to our midst. Miss Mollie Johnson is tiie new Domestic Science teacher this year. She is a sister of Maxie, who graduated last year, and of Daisy, who returns ior another year. New Road Not Ready For Traffic Hon. H. G. Garrett, Railroad Commissioner for this district, and tifteen business men "ofWih-Chestemade a trip over the line last new Winchester-Irvin- e week in order to determine whether or not the line was in shapeo handle passenger traffic. After a thorough inspection it was unanimously decided that the condition of the roadbed passenger would not permit traius to run over the line iu safety. The trip was made as a result of complaints (lied by Winchester business men against the railroad, aud Commissioner Garrett said he would leave the matter to their own judgement. Winchester business houses, both wholesale and retail, expect to benefit largely by the inauguration of passenger traffic over r, seer for thatro.d, is to be complimented on the. excellent work done by his men. The ccurt house property at Stanton is being improved by the addition of a new coal house and a house for a gasoline engine, which will be used to pump 'Hie young people of the town enjoyed a social evening at the home ot the.wrlterlast'J'riday. About present, and a merry time was had. Everybody seemed to enter into the fun and help to make the evening a success School opened at the college Monday with all the teuchers present, and a large body of students, many of them from outside districts, the enrolment being the largest in the history of the college. It is a splendid sight to see the young folks on their way to school, and it makes one think that in the coming years these boys and girls will takn their place in the world as men and women and will be a credit to their parents and their town. How many young men who today are wasting their time and living oil the labor of someone else, could have made themselves into good citizens had thoy attended school when they had the chance. Too late they look back in life and see the mistake they have made. The writer nearly made this fatal mistake, having left school when 14 years of age the law compelled him to go until that time but, after spending six yenrs on a large dairy farm, often working from 4 a. m. to 8. and n p. m., and seeing his old school mates holding good positions, he decided to go back to school. At an age when most boys are ashamed to attend a school, he took a four year course at Berea college and two years at Valparaiso University in Indiana, working his way through both .institutions. In the same cluss tin re was several men ot about 43 years of age, and one man, now a successful teacher, who wan nearly 00 years old. Of course, children do not always like to go to school regularly, but parents should see that they do as this is the only way for them to get the best results. s, water through the building. Liftlepage and Mrs. Bird daughter, Gertrude, of Louis villi', are visitiug friends and relatives here. The Board of Trustees held their regular meeting Saturday night, and made arrangements to have some more street work doue. - Monday was Labor Day, but the bank aud post ollice were the only places to take oflioial notice the new line. of it. Jim Newell, who went to the An Interesting Trip. northwest states and Canada some weeks ago, has returned T. J. Wright and family and home. ane family re- n Frank Sewell, who is an end-nee- r on a West Virginia road, visited his father, Squire J. A. Sewell, a couple of days last week. The Squire has been quite ill for some time past, but is able to be around again. Joseph Shimfessel turned Sunday from a 2500 mile trip through the west. Their route took them through part of Ohio to Bloomington III., where they visited relative for a couple of days and to Council Bluff, Iowa, where a few days more were spent. After that their trip extended through Nebraska and Kansas to Butler, Mo., where Mr. Wright formerly lived. A week was passed very pleasantly there, and the party returned by way of Indiana and Illiuois. The trip was made in a Ford car, and no trouble was experienced, two punctures and $1.00 for repair work being the entire expeuce in thir line. Several bad mud holes were encountered, but the car never had to be pulled out, .although on two occasions it was necessary to pry it out. , Robert Puckett Dying. Robert Fuckett, who was shot and believed fatally wouuded on the night of August 17, and who has been hovering between life and death in a Winchester hospital since that time, was taken to hie home at Right Angle, Thursday. No hope whatever is eutertained for his recovery, and his coudition has beau gradually growing worse. The shootiug took place just over the Clark county line in Estill county, and Bud Puckett, a relative of the wounded man, has been arrested, charged with the crime, and is now out on $2,350 boud. The approaches to the new bridge between Stanton aud Clay City have been completed, aud the bridge is now being used for Conference Closes, traffic. It certainly is a great deal The annual Kentucky Confer more convenient, especially when ence of the Methodist Episcopal the water is high. Church, South, adjourned MonD. H. Matherly preached at day afternoon, after a week's Speedwell Madison county, Sunmeeting at Millersburg. liev. E. day. Two additions were made H. Ritchie was assigned to Toles- - to the church. boro, Lewis oounty, und Clay City is to be supplied. Dr. Williams III. Record Price tor Calf Bros. Combs and Lowery are conducting a protracted meeting at- Vaughus Mill Christian Church this week. Everybody ib cordially invited to come and attend the services - A. H. Hampton, of Indian Fields established a new record for tbie county for stock when he paid Lewis Mastin 80 for a four months old calf. The animal was an exceptionally fine one, The many friends of Dr. J. W. Williams will regret to learn that he is very ill and confined to his room with stomach trouble. A consultation of several physicians was held a few days ago, and his coudition was said to be very serious. Dr. Williams was in Lexington to consult a speciadays ago, and underRemember the Ice Cream Sup- list several examination, but went an per tint the band beys wiM hive the treatment given lam. did not Fri4y tigU. EvecyMy Cewe. have tho desired result. X-Ra- y t r THE TIMES. A Democratic Newspaper Worth $1000 to C. L. RUSSELL, John Rohrman Former "Ice King" of Louisville Tells Why He Likes Tanlac Painting, Paperhanglng, Decorating Reasonable Prices Satisfaction amaMmnir fi at t V( KY. Guarantied STANTON, Eighteen Years Old The Best Weekly In this Section. Next Term Opens September 6, 1915. frapea. cures and prevent said : diarrhoea, cholera and other Ky., under tho Act of Congress of "Less than two weeks ago I obchick diseases. On SOo bottle makea 12 gallonaot medicine. At March 3, 1879. alldragtists.or by man postpaid. tained t Iiis Tanlac. The medi Valuable poultry book free. cine was just what I needed. It U'JIIQUnUlT M UJIMTbI. IT I went straight to the spot. PAPER. ,A. HOME-MASold by the My strengthened right up. SUPPLY CO. appetite is improved as well FARMERS UNION 9, 15?15 THURSDAY, SEPT. Ky. Clay City, as my sleep. it 1 naa paia it for the medicine $1,000 A great deal of feeling litis would have been worth that to been stirred up throughout the me. Tlie anticipation oi taKing state on the action taken by the the next dose of Tanlac is a real For fine Watch and Clock at Louisville last Convention REPAIRING There is- no better tonic for week, in ousting Rufus VunSant, and anaemic perand replacing state chairman, or any. work in my line, I will him w'th Judge S. W. Hagar, sons than Tanlac. It is a splen be glad to haveyou call on me tonic, blood puralso Urey Woodson, of Owens-boro- , did It is national committeeman, ifier and tissue builder. S. V. LARISON who was succeeded by Gen. W. especially beneficial in cases of and kidney troubB. Haldeman, and A. G. Rhea stomach, liver Kentucky Clay City, and W. B. White, of the State les, rheumatism, nervousness, catarrhal and bronchial Executive and Central committroubles, coughs, colds, the after tees, who were succeeded by J. I Edwards and Geo. R. Martin. effects of pneumonia, la grippe, Although it was freely mention- and the like. Jefferson "School 3 Lava Tanlac is now obtainable in ed the day of the convention that some action would be taken Clay City at Eaton & McGuire's, COMFLFTK TWO YEAR COURSE, do. , f reuu. ma Preoarea f or . neein this regard, it was not defini- antfin Stanton at Hardwick & ondtarm.Jan.S-year open uci, bars In I largo alltt.tc. Access to tieoartsand xumon tely known by many of tho dele- Co's. tsareaa. libraries. ea.Hr payabl. For iHKK catatonia and kandsoma 11x14 Duotona Ktchlnc of gates just what was intended, Thomas JeSeraon ready to Cram a. write but the recommendation of the WEST BEND Committee on Organization met with no opposition when present D. H. Berry has sold his home ed to the assemblage, and it was farm and is contemplating buildIEN YOU WANT not until Mr. Beckham appeared ing on his farm near Log Lick. 041 the stage and brought the We regret very much to lose so rcR HAIR GUT matter to a head by making a valuable a citizen from our viOR ANY motion to have the delegates re- cinity. TONSORIAL WORK consider their action, that tho afJelF Everman made a business fair became serious. Seutiment trip to Log Lick last week for CALL ON oil the question appeared to be the purpose of organizing the H."H. PJHERICrO. divided, some of the delegates Daughters of America there. thinking that perhaps the comJesse Morehead left Tuesday mittee had made a mistake in for Dayton, .0.. where he will CLEANING' AND PRESSING. acting hastily, and others contending that the removal of these work in an ammunition factory. I am ready to do your Clean men was the best thing for the James McPherson and family ing and Pressing. Good work party. One thing all agreed on spent Sunday with T. G. More-heaguaranteed and charges reasonwas that Mr. Beckham's action and family. able. Orders left with J. Bloom iu bringing the question before J. A.'Roberts, of Perry county will receive prompt attention. the delegates at that time was a ati old time citizen of this place, JAMES WILLIAMS. mistake, as it iojected a certain was calling on his many friends amount of rancor and here last week. iuto what was an otherwise An interesting ball game was DRINK gathering. The inciplayed here Saturday between dent was regrettable, but as it is over let us all forget it as soon the local boys and Virden. The Virdenites returned home defeatas possible, and work together ed to the tune of 0.2. "MORE THAN WCT" for the success of tho party in It is reported that several big November. rattlesnakes have been killed iu STRAWBERRY PLANTS this neighborhood lately. A Wonderful Antiseptic DE weak-run-dow- Louisville, Ky., Sept. 8. 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Cardui makes for Increased strerigfat Improves the appetite, tones up the niv 4, ii.... i. -- -t c i. 1 ooiiun utccaa, iibon ami rosy. Cardui has helped more than vous system, and helps to nake . - Pi. ... 1 ir ' a mfi- - rf It will surely da for wui whit tt. done for theai. Try Cardui today, f ' WriU to: ChalUnooga Mt4Jda Co.. Ul visorrpi., uiaiunooga, Iraa ttf Sfw uructwui on your rase and book. hw w naw '" ., nMmfr Ml, O 1 M nP f uDscnDe ror i X fit nr. TT--1 rT1f H. fiTT' iiivirv At, school Improvement nrq Tho following extracts Semi-Annu- al taken from an address delivered era) of Dariua Conglelon at Mt. to he Teachers Institute of Jefferson county by Prof. T. J. Sterling Saturday. Coates, State Supervisor of Rural Qoprgo Rogers, of Estill county Schools: ami Miss Sarah E. Mullens, of Do .yoii want to make money by saving It? 'Yon can't change tho country Do you want to buy tins'' place, wore married last school system, taking it by and ; A Thursday. We all join in wish somefg'ood, honest merchandise at prices less than it is large, without benefiting it,"' ho " .ngVthem a happy life. said. It is a fraction in its lowest clearworth? If so, read this, as our semi-annu- al l'rof. N. A. Kunson visited dimensions." Ernest Forkner last Wednesday. sys"In improving any school ance sale, is now on. Why not make our loss Miss Stella Congleton, who has tem," he continued, "We must been in training at the Good, Sa- take into consideration every fac?. your gain. Look over these sale prices maritan Hospital at Lexington, tor in the community social, moral and religious, and ever the is home on vacation. 1.50 MENSVand BOYS' CLOTHING 2.50 hats going at prejudices, otherwise our propo-sitio2'.00 Pete Chester ts still improving 1.25 cut to $22.00 $16.00 will break - , nnd it is"hoped ho will soon be consider the ideasdown. We must 13.00 DRESS GOODS 18.09 " of the people, Y mit again. 14.00 9.00 because this is a free country and 4 wool and wool mixed dress goods, except All " Mrs. Phil Uormeley and two neither we nor anybody else can 0 ; 4.00 black and blue serges, go in this sale. daughters, of Lexington, and force our ideas on the people. 5.00 mens,r' odd pants, 'cut to 3.75 $ .00 per yard goods going at 75c r" " Mrs. Harry Shattuck and two The school system must be a 4.50 3.25 50c goods at 35c 60 cent goods at 40c x 4.00 children, of Nada, visited Mrs. growth, and any improved sys- 2.75 14c 20c 25 18c George Forkner last Wednesday tem.must start with what wehave. 2.75 1.75 10c goods at 7c 15c goods at 10 and lie " evening. 2.50 1.50 25c dress ginghams at 9 "The average rural school, as z 2c ginghams 0c 2.00 1.25 0 cent ginghams at 8c. "'iitB. Owens, of Lexington. we have it in Kentucky, is a little 8.00 boys', tuits cut to 5.50 "visited the family of M. Ford house on a little grouud with a Qyeen Quality Low Cuts for Women 7.00 4.50 last'week. little equipniens and a little at6.50' 4.00 We have them in Oxfords, Plain Pumps and tendance front a little district of 5.00 Strap Pumps. 3.00 $4 ones cut to 2.75 little ideals where a teacher for a z PILOT 2.75 4.50 3.50 ones cut to 2.50 $3 ones cut to 2.25 little while of a little term at a " 1.00 and 1.25 2.00 Walk-OvLow Cut Shoes for Men little salary teaches little children Boys' odd pant cut 20 to 25 per cent is low cuts at "Mr. and Mrs. Hershel Hall, little things iu a little way. It 4.00 ones at 3.00 4.50 X'iK'. Chilcrehs" wash suits worth 60c cut to 40 cents. - who went to Middletown, 0., a as small as it can be. It is the 3.50 ones at 2.75 fS"-MENS HATS cheapest possible school and, as Womens', Mens', Boys' and Girls' uncterwear cut snort lime ago, iiavu leiurueu, orgauised, has as little at present $3.50 arid 3,00 hats going at 20 to 30 per cent) and in some cases even more. $2 and 2.50 John Sparks, who has. been in efficiency as possible, It is the HI fiTlnnini ' nun UIWU til V It b U lltl Mtaa Mm. 11 1 1 1 f t t Clearance Sale ! Y f f f f f J ? ? ? n t meris'-:uit5-, - 1 1 1 1 t t t t t t Y Y ? t t 1 er t 3-- . Michigan for some time, has cheapest school known on the turned here. face of the earth and the least Several boys from here have eilicieut. this average I We are selling granulated sugar at 6 2 cents per pouna; roasted gone to the Bluegrass, lookihg country schoof that we have for work. "What makes the size of the T coffee 11 cents per pound, and the FIRST GRADE or Kentucky T. A. HAH and Weed Towns-en- school district? Get this into your made a business trip to heads : The determining factor in Flour at .$3.20 per hundred or 85 cents per 24 lb sack. hotelier county last week'. the size. of the district in which 1 -Claude Oaks left Sunday for vou teach is the length' of a We are in position at all times to sell you good, honest old child's legs and his power Midd'etown, O. of endurance. The school is built merchandise at very low prices, quality considered. The Sunday school organized within easy walking distance for one-teacher re- - f f f Y t t t 1-- t f d 4 at Mt. Ohapel, 4' inceJv. .': is progressing a chil'd. ? ; r-" health and Happiness Depend Upon Your Liver. That sluggish liver with its sluggish ,llow of bilo is what makes the world look so dark at times. Dr. King's New Lire Pills go struight to the root of the difHculty by waking up the action of Dr. the liver and increasing the Lile King's New Life Pills cause the bowels to act mo'O freely and drive away those "moody days." 25c a bottle. ' : The Point of View. The astronomers say they have dls- -' be burdensome" covered a sun spot 100,000 miles wide, yet we .i' And "bigger tosuppose It doesn't look an astronomer than a v.- ; any Old Papers for Sale .vL''!tenipotdoe8 to most people. Houa-.toTost Times Office. -- 5 V" .?. "Our teachers, at the average salary of $45 a month for six months a year, are paid lower They have wages than janitors a day to devote to six hours forty-liv- e minutes to. each grade. "The problem is to make this kind of school more eilicieut without making it so costly that it will be burdensome. The practical system is somewhere between what we've got and what would Y Y Y t t eight-grades- , ? ? V - r f f t Y t at The COUNTY SCHOOL REPORTS TEAOHEH Ethel Baker On census 72, Enrolled 62 In attendance 50 ,Bowcn ". 14 To E. Brashear 20 West Bend V 21 ' " . 0. L Smith 26 . 30 Black' Creek 31 20 Sarah Biashcar 85 ,', Bnow Creek C3 Lilly Knox 51 SI .. Hail . ' Otts l'owol 32 43 ,. ft?" . .. . Grays Branch " 37 Ethel Stephens 53 " Ti'ntown 58 . .." "... 40 Bert L. Crowe 01 42' Morris Creek Lilly Boonu 42 .. 60 Creek Hatcher 25 48- James Chaney m Mt. Canaan. II Benningdeld 34 08 Ohojwhejtnut .. ii i .68 27 Everett ltaudell 48' XtoneJlreeTc Rhot Ewi'n 18' ..North Fork" 00 Mila Knox JKada y n , i 5i" 3o 51 Lutie Billings llatton Creek , 32 Nalinda Hatton 88, ,Cli - " . .Upper Hd'k Or tS " " 42 Anna II. Bowen King . " & 21 Eruers Forkner " .Blade ' . 10-" 53 " Dudley Caudeil 09 s 78" Bpencer 28 Ulady Weloh 41 V .63: " Barker' ' ',' 35 Bessie Curry J47 " ' 41 AVnlnUrovo " 47 " Dlllard Eftt-iH. "' Lowor Hdk Cr Guy Crowe 44 Walteravilio 1 80 Nurion Atkinson 'M " Yin ton . 22 2fl ' 51 It. X. Crowe l'ompey 18 16 Myrtle Burgher 28 Little Hardwloks 18 7 Mattie Hall . leCorinlck 7 8 6 V ulerlu L. Samuels .. Bnwen Col '' 86 .. 17 .. Mary 85., ;oiBrOiJy.Ooi SCHOOL J r -- ? T f t t t Y t t ? T ' t W.J ' , ... Y "High quality, low price," is our motto. It is our aim to keep as nearly as possible everything the people want, but if we haven't what you want we will get it for you. 1 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 oilooking 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 to show you "The Bain" and quote you prices. Will also tell you why we decided t'o handle this wagon, and the same reasons we think will cause you to buy one. t t t t Y Y Y Y Y T Y t Y Y y V t t v t t V " i-- '. " -- -i lt r t T 4 Y Hardwick & Co. STANTON KY. . T v s f Y H 4,- Advertise in The Times GENET Young Couple Married. the Lamp Oil that ' Saves Eyes ftntlilnar fa ranro Imnortftnt In the home than clear, steady light. Inraro this by petting the oil that burnt clear ana clean without a flicker down to the last drop. Pennsylvania crude oil refined to perfection. Omts no more than the Interior tankwagon oils saves MONEY saves WORK saves eyes. Your dealer has S0LITE Oil. In barrel direct from our works. Chas. C. Stoll Oil Co. Lexington, Ky. Refinery at Warren. Fa. Wo sell thectlobrated jfoCarb" Auto OIL The rainy weather is causing Miss Bessie May Ritchie, the a set back in farm work. charming daughter of Rev. and crops are Mrs. E. H. Ritchie, and Mr. R. The npplo and potato O. Landcs, of Goshen, Va., were the best over known in this s married Wednesday morning at tion. the home of the bride's parent?. Z. T. Onnner, of Olnrk County The ceremony was performed by is buying cattle in this section. Rev. Dr. E. G. B. Mann, of Jerry Brewer sold his farm to Lexington, in the presence of n John Combs, of Lombard, at a number of relatives and friends. A large number of beautiful presprivate price. Hogs and cattle are scarce and ents testified the esteem in which every man you meet is a buyer. the bride was held by her many friends. The young couple left Say, Mr. Farmer, is) it not on the one o'clock train for their about time you post your land future home 'in Virginia. We and stop hunting of any kind on join in wishing them every good your premises? If you will do thing in life. this it won't be long until Powell County would be full of game of Albert Finney, of Pris, is all kinds. If you dont m two wont be a bat spending a few days with the more years there family of his uncle, A. P. John-sou- . nor a jay bird left. Every Home Needs a Faithful Cough and Cold Remedy. Wben seasons change and colds ap The place to buy your goods is where you get the best .valuer for your money. Try- - This - Store - For - Valu e Henpy WALTERSV1LLE, Waldron KENTUCKY D. H. MATHERLY Kentucky Clay City, MONUMENTS and MARKERS Estimates Cheerfully Given on Large or Small Stones. Dr. Eubanks, of Oil Springs, was a business'visitor here Wednesday. pearwhen you first detect a cold after Mrs. R. H. Curtis, of Winchessitting next to one who has sneezed, ter, visited her brother, O. H. then it is that a tried and tested rem edy should be faithfully used. "I never Mackey, and family, last week. wrote a testimonial before, but, I know Miss Alma Hammonds, of positively that for myself and family, Winchester, has returned home POWELL & JACKSOK Dr. Kings New Discovery is the best a pleasant visit with A. P. Writers of all Kinds of Fire, Life, cough remedy we ever used and we after Johnson and family: have tried them all. EOc. and $1.00. Tornado, Lightning and Hail InsurRev. D. H. Matherly commencance.. We are also agents for the CARD OF THANKS. ed a pro'trncfedmeeting at DunIllinois Surety Company and are predee Wednesday night. pared to do a general Bonding busipeople We desire to thank the Mrs. W. H. Mothershed and ness. for their help and kindness dur- two children, Boyd ane Ivy, rePOWELL & JACKSON ing the sickness and burial of our turned home Monday after a Sam W. Powell Linville Jackson little daughter, who died August week's visit with her sister, Mrs. Office in Court'House. 25. While we are grieved to give W.T.Adams. Winchester Kentucky her up we realize she has gone to a far happier world than this. . Mrs. O. C. Meachem returned God had a place that none other to Irvine after a short visit with THE WINCHESTER BANK, but Beulah could fill, so while a her. parents. THE FRIEND OF THE WORKING MAN the title that has been given our store by scores of satisfied customers whom we hava materially aided in the fight agafnst the high Let us help you. cost of living. is That OUR MOTTO IS Low Prices and We would appreciate Jiigh Quality Capital Stock Surplus and Undivided Profits place is made vacant in our Mr. and Mrs., jBen King, of hearts aud home, wo have a Lexington, spent (Sunday with higher hope in heaven. Mr. and Mrs. Joe King. Miss $200,000 Mr. and Mrs. Carl Garrett. Fannie King, who has been visN. Holly "Withcrspoon, President. iting them for some weeks, W. K. Sphar Cashier. them home. $100,000 of Winchester, Ky. a trial order, and will do our best to try and please you. Farmers Union Supply Store Frank Kennon, Mgr. Negro Electrocuted YOUR ACCOUNT SOLICITED. For Good Bartering Try A. P. Johnson In the old stand, next to the River Hotel. Red Wallace Smothers the negro BLANK PERIOD IN HISTORY who attempted an assault on little Georgia Baird, of Thompson Missing Part of Earth's Record ot Which Geologists Can Find Not Station, about two months ago, the Least Trace. was electrocuted at Eddyville prison last Friday. The negro New details are continually being added by geologists to the known hisdenied his guilt to the lust. The Next Beat Thing to The Pine tory ot the earth, Including the development of plants and animals. However, that history, which ls recorded tn the rocks, is still fragmentary, like a badly mutilated book. One of the great defects In the Record In tho Atlantic and Gulf coastal plain regions of this country is the absence ot the later part of the Cretaceous and the early pari of the Eocene chapter perhaps eight to ten million years ago. A report recently Issued by the geological survey discusses this missing part ot the record and shows that the break must cover a long period ot time. It is known that at that time the continents were at least as largo as and probably larger than they are now, and tho oceans were accordingly smaller. Any rocks that were then formed In the sea Beem to have been weathered and washed away. Hundreds of kinds ot plants and animals that lived beforo and hundreds that lived after this great period are known, but not one which lived during the period. Strango to Bay, few if any of the species which existed before the unknown period lived through it. In each ot the statca bordering tho Atlantlo ocean,, south of New York and the Cult of Mexico, are layers ot rock which wore formed before and after the period whoso rqcord Is missing. In these layers are entombed sea shells of many kinds,' but apparently not one species lived through from Cretaceous to Eocene, time. $ 1 Shampooing and Scalp Treatment Forest for Colds ItAILROAD Is This Bank n vif es New Acco u nf s the basis of efficient service aud absolute security t. : TDIE TABLE Lexington Eastbound. No. 1. & Eastern Italhvar Westbound. No. 4. Dally. Daily. 7:05A.M. 7:C5A.M. 8:15A.M. 8:45A.M. 9:27A.M. 10:18 A.M. 11:20 A.M.! 1:44 1M. a: 35 P.M. 4;l6P.M. No, 3. Dally. 1:45 P.M. 2:37 P.M.! 2:55P.M. 3:28 P.M.1 4:12 P.M.) 5:00P.TU. C:00P.M. 0:13 P.M.I No. 5. Dally. The delegates to the from Powell county stopped 12:22P.M. 11 :19 A.M. with Judge M. A. Phillips while 10:20A.M. in Louisville last week, nud can Jackson 8:06 A.M. Hazard conscientiously recommend anyj Whltcaburg 6:20 A.M. body going to the Fall City to put j 5:40 A.M. McRoberts up at that place. Mr. Phillips No. 2. Dally. has secured a large house at the 8:50 A.M. corner of Broadway and Sixth, lxington Winchester 8:00 A.M. and is prepared to cater to the L. & E. June, j 7:37 A.M. public. Mrs. Phillips has charge Clay City 7:00A.M. of the cuisine, and it is needless Camp. June. 6:19 A.M. to say that the wuuts of the inner Maloney 5:35 A.M. man are well looked after. j 4:45 A.M. Jacksrn 1:00 P.M. Camp. Junct. Maloney Lexington Winchester U & B. June. Clay City 2:50 P.M. j 1:45 P.M. 1:30 P.M. Dr. Bells Pino' Tar Honey which goes to the very root of cold troubles. It clears the throat and gives relief from that clogged and stuffed feeling. The pines have ever been the friend of man in driving away colds. Moreover, the y qualities are peculiarly effective in fighting childrcns colds. Remember that a cold broken at the start greatly removes the possibility of com plications. 25c. pine-hone- On 3 Per Cent Interest on Time Deposits ". Clay City National Bank Clay City, Kentucky RICHMOND, KY. A TRAININQ SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS Courses leading to Elementary, Intermediate and Life State Certificates. Valid in all Public Bchools of Kentucky. Special Courses and Review Courses. Tuition Free to Appointees. Two splendid dormitories, new model school, new manual training building, practice school, department of agriculture, a well equipped Domestio Science. First Term begins pymnaslum. September 7. Second Term November 10, Third Term January 23, Fourth Term April 0, Summer School opens June II. Catalogue Free. j. a. CHAHBU, lwdaat, y Quicksand 4:31A.M. No. C. Dally. 5:45 P.M. Jackson Haddlx 5:45 A.M. I 3:26 P.M. Hazard Whltesburg 1:27 P.M. Mcltoberts 12:45P.M. W. A. RU8SELU P. T. M IQUlgvllle. - 0:30 AJ1. 6:47A.M. 8.48A.M.I 10:43 A.M. 11:30 AMJ Quite Familiar With Child Life. The Impassioned press agent this week displays a remarkable Intimacy with child life. He describes a coming big novelty as being "a gorgeous seen-lproduction In costume," In which Is used "real hot flamy fire which does not seem to burn the lady and gentleman on the stage, who play with It as a child does its toys, even going so far as to apparently eat it." Kan sas City Star. o Supreme In all tho mighty domain of there Is nothing quite equal to the wistful ot the man who, after his medical nan has teld him that 20 drinks ot whisky a day hare all but ruined his kidneys, switches to 20 drinks of gin, per diem Advertising in The Times will Blank .deeds for sale, at Tin; because "he's been told"' (says be) pay you. If you don't behove it that "gin is good for the kidneys." Milwaukee Sentinel. Times office, S cents each. let us convince you by a trial. n