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crime wave has been and Hill is. weeping over the country. And a lot of old wiseacres nod their beads and any, " Ves, it's a result of the war. It is so after every war.' Probably U is a result of the war, but isn't it a preventa ble result? History show that after every serious social uphea val uch as the recent world war, invariably comes as great emo tional disturbance among large masses of cp'e. In any single individual after an iuteie strain there is likely to occur xn emo tional reaction. Hut the serious lie.s of the present situation lies in the fact tunny people caniiot control this emotional reaction. As long as thy 're turrouuded by peace and calm, they may pro ceed without , ufl'euse . against their fellow man, but having a tendency toward crime, they' are particularly cerrain ,10 oe lop pled over during days of excite ment and stress. long as it is known that such unfortunates exist, the best way to prevent these crime waves is to ferret them out just us we ferret out the ohysically unfit in army ex amiu&tious. A very eminent pay chologist and criminologist in bpeukiug of the coudition says, ," we have not been as scien tific in, the manufacture of onr citizens as we have been, for ex ample, in the manufacture of our steel; we have not been as zeal ous in the organization of our general social machine as we have been in that of our political machine; we have bten less in- Bald Rock. II. 8. Martin, candidate for Cnunjy Clerk, wa in Stanton and Uosslyn last Saturday. Prayer service at Chop Chest nut every Sunday morning. Kvery body com out and help carry on the good work. Among the candidates who went to th bridge last Saturday were C. B. Hatton. of I'.owen, and II . S. Martin, of Genet. . The plessnre trip last Saturday to Natural Bridge was enjoyed by all who were there. A larire crowd from-Kosslyn, Station, Bald Hock, NadaanJ Bowen wa present. Most everyone from here went to Circuit Court at Stanten Mon day, except the writer, who in tended to go but was called to Gray's Branch on the account of the death of his grand-mother, Mrs. Sallie Martin. Fivervbody go to Stantou on July the 4th, 1921, and attend the big parade of the former ser vice men American Legion A. N. Snencer Post No. 127- Watch them snap, into it with squads riirht and left and call their minds back to rille practice. On June 18th. 1921. whereas the Grand Iiuler of the Universe called from labor on earth to that City not mude with hands eter nally in Heaven, Mrs. Sallie Ann Martin, aged iH years. She had beeu in ill health for several weeks. Her condition became more alarming about four weeks I H&rfwick & Company aeo and her death was expected teiJigeut lu me management ot t any moment. She was beloved by all who knew life and ail'airs of happiness and pleasure than we have been in the conduct of our corporations. 'If we I. ad built citizens as en thusiastically as we have built railroads, if we had studied the perfection of man management as carefully as we have studied agriculture or stock breeding or sky scraper constructions, w e need uever have had this or any other crime wave, we need not be afraid to go about our streets at uight, we ueed not worry as to whether our police forces are crooked or straight, we need not be spending millions annually upon prisons. " being shamefully unequipped for doing anything worth while even, if we knew it, we are compelled to at tack the problem at some less mysterious place. That place is obvious. It is the classification and treatment of individuals be fore instead of after, the eveut of the crime." ' her. one was quietly laid to rest by the side of her husband on June the JJOth, 1921, in the Chop Chestnut cemetery. Consider Also the Crossings While people are considering good roads, there should be 6ome consideration of the roads at rail road grade crossings. In as many cases as possible, such crossings should be avoided for the num ber of deaths and severe acci dents caused bv treacherous crossings is appalling. Where they cannot be avoided, they should be made safe for t!ie auto mobile driver who uses ordinary care. f r r r t r r t r t y f ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? To X t t f ? ? ? ? ? THE CASH STORE PRODUCE SAME AS CASH Our Spring Goods are arriving and it is not necessary to tell any one that on many articles, fabrics and suits, that to-day's price in many instances is one half and on some articles less than one half price they have been recently. We have received new line Spring and Summer Woolen Suits in Skeleton and full lined coats, ranging in price from $18, $20, $22, $25 and up to $35. Let us show them to you. Union Suits, Hos iery. Organdies, Serge, Percale, Madras and Ginghams. Ladies', Misses' and children's ready to wear Dresses. Ladies' Misses' and children's Hats. Men's, Ladies' and Children's Shoes and Slippers. New line Men's and Young Men's Hats and Caps. Fibre. Grass and Matting qx 12' Rugs, $5.00 to 11.00, Small Rugs, Fibre Carpets and Matting in the roll. Iron Beds, Springs, Mattresses. Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Pads ect. Wire Fencing, Bard Wire, Nails, Sta ples and other Hardware for farm use. Oliver Chilled Plows, Rid ing Cultivators, Shovel Plows, Thornhill Wagons, Axles and Skeins. Fresh supply of Fertilizer, Globe Blood, Bone Phosphate and Pot- ash for all grain and garden products Lots of articles we haven't space to mention, just come and ask for it and if we haven't got it, we will do our best to get it for you. , t ? Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y V f Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y t v t Y Y Y f Yours for service, Hardwick& Company f Y v f Trcub!dFcr Ten Years . J.T- Osburu, It. F. I). No. 1, lijcasville, V.: "I had kidney trouble for ten years. I tried all kiuds of remedies but they did me no good. I took Foley Kid ney Tills and they helped me so inucn mat now 1 am well." Get Foley Kidney Pills today. Get rid of rheumatic pains backache, soreness, stiU'nefs. S b e r m a n itouDiut dr bona local agents. Back Hurt? When Ibe kidneys do not properly do tbeir woiK or purity the blood dream, waite product nod poionou acids re main in Ibe tytiem and cause backache, rbeurnutio paint, lumbago, tore mua etc, iwollcn joints, stiffness, lame back and similar lymptoms. refulate and restore the healthy, normal action of kidney and bladder, bringing clean blood and better health, with free 4pm iron acbci and paint. J. Gorf Hudgina. FUnningto. Vt. writM: Lt tall I attCM4 with luoibMa ' uSr4 tnloM io. 1 14 vr pata jacrMi a, back and al lia rui4 nut lr at ' andrau myaaU. I n adviard la laka t'olmt Kidoay PiHa la aay traubU. Altar taking I ham far law days Ika fm ia my back It-tl ana and 1 kaa nat Wad aay luabaga aiaca thai lima, al though tbat maul ha ago. I raeamaiaa4 KaUy Kidaay Fill la all ba kava lumbagc." , A. P. JOHNSON, Agent j New Sunday School Worker The liev. Andrew Hollars has recently located at Stanton to take charge of the Sunday School Missionary work in Powell coun ty and Eastern Kentucky for the A monVan Knruljiv School Uuion. the liev. Hollars will take care of the same work that was look ed after by the Hev. Paul Der- thick until a few years ao. The IJev. UoUars will receive aneariy welcome from the Christian peo nip nf l'owell county and all Sun day School workers as well. FOR SALE. A few good Poland China pigs, farrowed April 2.0th. Good seasoned stove wood. A nice lot of pole wood, cheap. Two good milk cows. College Firm, Stanton, Ky. Sunday School Rally There will be a Sunday School Hally at North Bend Christian church the first Sunday in July. Dinner on the ground. The public generally is mot cordially invited to attend the' services The program for this meeting will appear in the next issue of Tae Times. Sinzdrrd P.lorbb Company, RO:.!S, GEORGIA. Vcr!: of 5 jSwb. l ArrrJXiATE your order. It Costs Money To Travel With hixlr rnilroad fares md higher hotel bills fewer people t b is year will go to health resorts to get rid of impurities in the system that cause rhuematic pains, I'tckiuhe, swolleu, sore and painful jirir sincV muscles. If you need relief and do" not want to leave home, try Foley Kidney Pills. Sherman llubbins & Sons, Ideal ageuts. V Machines From Other States Hardly a day passes that there nre not machines here from other states, many of them coming from Ohio, Indiana, Missouri and Tennessee Our good road out lets many good people in to see us. The Longest Day Monday the 21 is scheduled as the longest day in the year. Is was nlso a very hot and dry one. Furniture and Hardware stock for sile. Will sell in bulk or invoice. Mrs. F. W. Williams, Clay City, Ky. A change in scenery and print ters' ink will not promote a sue cessful .sale. It's the price that draws the crowd and when a Bar gain Festival i staged the Clay City people are right there with the old fat pocket book. Men's Shirts selling at Williams at just COc on the dollar. D. Power. Darwin W. Johnson, I. 5mith Horn am. L. C Ruuell, r.e't. Sec'y. & 7 rea. At. Sec 'y. & Actuary. Mgr. Indutrl Dept. The Commonwealth Life Insurance Company Home Office Commonwealth Bldg., 106-1 10 South 5th St.. , Louisville, Kentucky. Oldest Old Line Kentucky Life Insurance Company And its policy contracts are most liberal and up to date in every respect. Policies issued in amounts ranging from a five cent" weekly ' premium on children to $50,000.00. : Full information can be obtained by address ing or calling on J. P. Hopkins, Agent, McEldowney Bldg.. Winchester, Ky. ' I will be in Clay City one day in every two weeks.