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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): September 16, 1915 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1915 cla1915091601_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 16, 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. BurgherJ E X GLJkwi erf Y THE 1 Times. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. - - I TT M. P. O'MARA, Editor We are Here to Help Clay City, the Surrounding j j, Country and Ourselves. VOL. XX. iiMsMMwwssMwssMMsWswsMMMi CLAY CITY. KY., THURSDAY SEPTEMBER IG, 19)5. NO. "' County School Notes County Superintendent Mrs Bohannan visited Upper ; wick's Creek school Friday and 'gave the pupils an interesting talk oh the value of regular at-- e tendance. Three .pupils of Pompoy school ufe'on;tK&'6ick list. The young men and women of llatton Creek have organized a Literary Society, of which some of the pupils have become members. Meetings are held every Friday, and all the pupils are 'uTgetf to join as it will be of great benefit to them in their studies. From. Undergoes Operation Dr. J. W. Williams, whose ser lous illness has been causing his family and frie.nd.3 much anx iety for the past few weeks, went to Lexington Tuesday to under go an operation to determine the exact cause of the trouble. "He was accompanied by Mrs. Wil liams and Drs. Martin and John eon. The operation, performed Thursday morning at the Good Samaritan Hospital, disclosed a cancerous condition of the liver, and, although the latest reports stated that Dr. Williams was rallying well from the operation, he is still in a critical condition STANTON. I OCA! Queer Parcel. (By P. 0. Derthick.) When the mail wagon brought over the Ohio & Kentucky railA. T. Stewart, has been on the way mail Tuesday morning. sick list this week. Postrnnster Charles Hadden andL Rev. J. C. Ilanley is attending nis assistants stood bewildered p Presbytery this week at Cherry moment, then rubbed their eyr Fork, Ohio. to see if thev were dreamin; J. H. Hardwick, of Winches- t . .Kiicr iiuig iiu fuciiuuou lii: e . "i. i. l . t it. ter, was in town Tuesday. uuiuic it iiieiiif wiiu me uiutrr urn Mrs. Bettio Johnson's daughter and her friend return Sunday to was found that the child, U years Middletown, 0., after a month's old, had been mailed by R. K. Madden, Caney, and addressed to visit here. Mrs. Celina Smith, of this place, E. H. Fuller's mother and sisin the care of Jim Haddix, of ter are visiting him this week. South Jackson. The tag which Richard Crowe preached near guided the little one to its destiBeattyville Sunday. nation held thirty-threcents Mrs. Alfred Walker and fam- worth of stamps. The "kid" was ily hi,ve moved to Ohio, to join carrying a paper bay of candy and looked none the worse for Mr. Walker. having been a parcel post packWin. Johnson was called to age. The baby was promply deWinchester Saturday to see his livered. We believe this is the son, who is very sick with ery- first case of the kind on record in sipelas. Kentucky although one frequentMaster Hillis Derthick had the ly reads of such parcels in the misfortune to ruu two rusty daily papers. Postmaster Sebasnails in his foot last Saturday, tian, of Caney, wrote Postmaster but is doing all right now after Hadden thai he doubted the lemuch poulticing and other gality of mailing the child but remedies. that he could do nothing but adIda Paisley aud Mamie mit it to the mails. Jackson Misses Derickson were in Lexington Times. ajt.vveekto, excliange. glasses, for. Mrs. Pearl Ferguson, of Cintheir eyes. I . a mm JameaJS.lall, Dr. was nere.oauruay of Lexington, on. ousmess. W:(J pf,.a-.ftjfe birth Martin" reports the baby' boy to the , wife of . JvW, Patfon. 'K. W 'Garrett left Monday for LquisvitV, to attend the big state fair.'T' ilput Grove Miss Curry reports that quite Y Bes-sie- fi a , ' number are showing an interest in the moonlight schools. In a written historical contest at Rogers Chapel schoo'l the girls won over the boys, Lilly Hull' being the best in the class. C. L. Smith, of Black Creek school, commenced a moonlight school Monday with verv good - attendance. r Two of those ou the census Fork school have left the district and another is married. of. which,. Miss ilySKnojTia teacher the front with a challenge to any school in the county for' a reading contest among the first year tHatl school,, N. V. Rose left Saturday for Louisville; fo assume his duties at the fairgrounds, where he has an official position. Lee SfcPJjerson, one of of Bach to Work. Powell cbutfry's hustling traders, W. J. Mountz left Tuesday for sold seven jjjead of cattle to J. E. Lamar, Morgan county, to re BurgherrIast week. sume Iiis duties as store keeper The Lt Railroad company gauger at Vance Bros, distillery, is still improving the roadbed on where he has officiated for the this division1, and at present a past year. large gungof men are putting new concrete abutments under Rv. E. H. Ritchie and family the Waltersville bridge. leave Thursday for Tolesboro, Dr. F. Kit Blair, of Morehead, Lewis county, where Bro. Rit was Iiere' Thursday, the guest of chie will be stationed for the his sister, A. T. Whitt. cpnungyear. The many friends AdJisoU'Whitf. Jr.. accompanied the family have made since com hirri back?hom6. for a few davs '' inir to Clay City, will regret visit. e jrs. Ladles Aid to Meet. . -- The Ladies Aid of .the Method ist Church will meet next Wed Fumpey and (schools, each of which has an en- nesday at the church and n full viable reputation for spelling, attendance of members is had a contest last Friday and spelled through the book twice, the result being a tie. who confessed Christ and were Mrs. Bohannan visited Slade baptized last Thursday: Myrtie school Tuesday and ordered some and May Wells, Hoyett and Mat-ti- e Mize und Ola Burgher; Frank njedeJ repair?. Wright and James and Harlie i school has linen closed Mize. Win. Wells also stepped ho ptst two weeks on acfort We ask out on the Lord's side. count of diphtheria. all Christians to pray for up that The following ire the pupils of we may hold out faithful to the Lower Hardwioks Creek school end. Koi--sly- Iupils. Waltersville ALMOST ANY CONSUMPTIVE MIGHT HAVE THIS support a framework ou wbtcb a floor been built. Above tbU POSTS teut A mosquito netting surrounds tbe bat side. Inside, this room U large enough for a bed aud a cbalr, TliU be used In a,uy except tbe severest winter weather. A double canvas top with eight Inches space between will wake It cooler la summer tban tbe single tent, Any practical builder can erect Ibis cheaply. .1 Lverett. Ledford, who sustain ed a broken arm over a month Mrs. J. W. Thomas left Tues ago, is improving, but it will be day for her home in Jacksonville, some time yet bel'ore he will be Fla., after a visit with her par able to use tlje injured member. ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Black Mrs. Bird Littlepage and dau burn. ghter Gertrude returned Satur Mrs. Hammons and little duu day to their home in Louisville, ghter left Tuesday after a visit after a week's visit with relatives with her sister, Mrs. Morgan here. Lyle. Mary the U year old Mr. Wlreinan and family, of daughter of Mr. ana Mrs. II. G. Campton Jet., moved here a few Crabtree, sustained a broken days ago, in order that the child arm Friday from a fall. This is might attend school. the third time the child has had ren Mrs. Mollie Crawford and dau- the sai'le arm broken. of Jackson, are visiting Elder M. P. Lowrey, of Win- - liter, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. her Chester, has 'just closed a very Hardwick. successful meeting at Vaughns Miss Maxie Johnson, of Tall- Ho was Mill, with 15, additions. by. Elders Combs and ega, visited with her sisters, Mol assisted lie and Daisy, over Sunday. She Matherly. left Monday for Lexington where Rev. D.. LL Matherly closed a she will enter State University. fine ineeti"ng,ut Dundee Wednes Rev. L. F. Martin has moved day night. to Clay City and taken charge of Mr. F. G. Conleetwhn has been the Central Hotel. He preached running the Central Hotel for at Mt. Caanan Saturday night some months, has decided to go and Sunday to crowded houses. to Florida, and disposed of his inMrs. Charlie Richardson, of terest in the hotel to J. L. Martin, Morris Creek, was stiicken sud formerly of Rosslyn. Mr. Coulee denly with appendicitis Sunday, will visit friends and relatives in and was taken to St. Joseph's the county for about a month, Hospitui at Lexington, Monday, and expects to leave October 20, where she underwent an operafor Arcadia, Florida, where they tion. She was doing.well at last will make their future home. reports. The ice cream supper held by Fred Blackburn is attending the Clay City. Band last Friday the State Fuir this week. He is night, w.as if big success. The one of the directors and has to boys gathered iu about $20, which be on hand to help keep things will go towards p iying for new moving smoothly. music and other supplies. The Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Adams have baud is recieyiug many compliment ou their playing, and have introduced u side line in their made a renjarknbly good showing store business. On Sept. I they for the time they have been purchased froiq Dr. I. W. John-soa :SJ pound baby boy, of practising together. Bandmaster White keeps them right on the which they nro very proud. Bro. job,. and they, are making good Adams says it has been 'JO years headway under, his utlicient in-- J since he had a little midget like this u his home. structione. . Bi-ll- cinnati, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Welch, for several weeks. She and her sister, Mrs. Helen Jackson, of Louisville, and Mrs. Callie Davis, took dinner with Mrs Daisy Ewen one day this week. Mr. Carpenter and Miss Ida Lorenz, of Canton, Ohio, came here a week ago and were married by their old friend, Rev. J. C. Hanley. Mr. Carpenter is a very prominent business man of Cautou and his bride is one of the beautiful girls of that city. They will take an extensive trip before arriving home. Miss Celia Gouce, who has been teaching in Tennessee for several years, stopped of! here to visit Miss Julia Evans, the music teacher. Miss Gouce is on her. - she will keep house tor hoi bro ther's four motherless children.; 4 - Little Marion Atkinson, who has been ill with diphtheria, is much better now. This is the only case iu Stanton, although there nro several iu the county. The schools at Bowen, Catt Creek and Rosslyn have been closed ou account of the epidemic but no new cases are breaking out and tlio disease is thought to be under control. Obie Fortncr was arrested Sat urday night at the meeting at Mt. 0ianan and lodged in jail by Slierill' Derickson and Deputy Steve Mcintosh. Ohio didnk like Jailor Martin's accomodations, and sawed his way out Monday uight. It is supposed that ho re ceived help from the outside. Fortuer was wantod on u charge of deserting from the army and has been defying the officers for some time, always declaring that ho would never be taken alive. & n (?) THE TIMES. "Words Fait Me" Says C. L. RUSSELL, ' Painting, Paperhanj;lnir, Decorating , A Democratic Newspaper Young Lady Reasonable v Pricc-Satisfactl- STANTON COLLEGE,1 KY. Guarantied t Eighteen Years Old The Best Weekly In this Section. Indiana Girl Tells How She Was Benefited By Tanlac Editor Louisville, Ky., September 14. (7 "Words fail mo in attempting to describe my gratitude for tho benefits 1 have derived from the use of Tanlac," said Miss Clara of Bourbon Poultry Cure Butler, a prominent young wodown chick's throat core man of Borden, Ind., who. is visrapes. A (ew drops In the drink f tie water cures and prevent iting friends in Louisville. diarrhoea, cholera and other chick diseases. One 50c botUe "I have not enjoyed the very makes 12 gallons ol medicine. At alldrnrelsts.or by mall postpaid. best of health for several monValuable poultry book free. 10 Dim KKIT MM lOIISTll it ths," Miss Butler contiuued. "I Sold by the was all run down and bo nervous that the least excitement made FARMERS UNION SUPPLY CO. me almost frantic. My digestion Clay City, t Ky. also was very poor, and very I found myself unable to partake of the very lightest liquid foods. "I am glad that I decided to For fine Watch, and Clock take Tanlac. The medicine cerREPAIRING tainly is very fine. I have been benefited in every way and alor any work in my line, 1 will ways shall think well of Tanlac." be glad to haveyeu call on me Tanlac, the premier prepara-tion- , of-te- STANTON, Next Term Opens September 6, 1915. M. P. O'Mara One of the Best Schools in Kentucky. Courses in Agriculture ' and Domestic Science. Review Classes In mail matEntered as second-clas- s ter at tho Post Ofllce at Clay City, Ky., under tho Act of Congress of Xfni-nf- i the Common Branches will be Conduced throughout the Term. ( Q 1070 By paying part of their Expenses in Work, Students may get i Rates at the Dormitory as low as $1 5o perJWeek... . ; A HOME-MA- DE PAPER. For Information Write to . x; " THURSDAY, SEPT. 10, 1915 Young people do not always see eye to eye with their parents ' when the question of school comes up each year, and, too frequently, tho younger ones are allowed to have their way while, at the same time the parents know that they are doing their children an injustice that can never be overcome. In the first place consider the actual cash value of a well educated man to the community, as compared with that of one wlio is barely able to read and write. The average wage in Kentucky, of an uneducated young man is $200 a year, while the average salary of a well educated young man is That certainly $1,000 a year. should mean something to any boy. Then, again, consider the pleasure to be had from an education. It enables one to appre ciate all the great writers of the world, both of the present day and of the past, and also to fol low all the modern inventions and to keep pace witl the world. Many times it en ables a man to pass hours that would, under other circumstan ces, be very wearying, in read ing oi wliat, others are doing or have done. It must be consider eu, too, tnat an education is one of the easiest things in the world to carry around, that it costs practically nothing to ac quire and stays with a man al mrougn me. laKo an average boy about to start out "on his own hook" to make his way in the world. If he is well educated he stands a much better chance 0 with-pleasure Rev. J. C. Hanley, President, Stanton, Ky. n Starck Pianos in Advance Hon Gua- is sold in Clay City by Eaton & McGuire and m Stanton by Hardwick & Co. No Money Satisfac S. V. LARISON Clay City, . - Kentucky if his school training has been what it should be, he is bet ter prepared to hold any kind of a position for the reason that his disciplinary training in school has caused him to form the habit of doing well anything that he starts at and enables him to use his brains to the best ability. It is hard sometimes for young folks to see the value of education, especially when the weather is pleasant outside and various forms of recreation are calling, but the ones who stay in school and study faithfully are the ones who get .on tho best in later years. The mind of a young person is more open to knowledge and more retentive thai; that of an older person, and two years in school for anyone under 18 years of age is worth more than 5 years is to an older person. 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Write today. am ready to do your dean Good work ing and Pressing. guaranteed and charges reasonable. Orders left with J. Bloom will receive prompt attention. JAMES WILLIAMS. ' To every purchaser of Stsrck Pianos, we elre free music lessons. In one of the best known schools in can take in your own home, by mall. This represents one year's free Instruction. Chicago. These lessons you 85.00 v. 185.00 bargain list. Plant laak Frat Send tor our latest complete P. A. STARCK PIANO CO.. 1384 Starok Bid.. CHICAGjy kt.,.1. ... ! 1 1 1 I a i" & lia Im'rlo an AAiinl 1 n tn rn an uneaucaiea one io take itAaemn flamnn1 " if - T - fist HOW'S THIS? We offer One Hundred dol lars reward for any case of cat' arrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J, Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. bo- - We, tho undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the last 15jeara, and Hove him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially nolo to carry out any obligations made by his firm. Nationil Bank of Commerce, Toledo, Curo is taken the county or state at heart What with the Lincoln highway the Dixie highway and the Jack son highway, to say nothing o the less important ones, one can nnl pick up a paper without not icing what other counties iu the state are doing towards having Kentucky a veritable net work of "pikes. What is Powell coun ty going to do about it? Is it not time that we started a cum paigu 10 improve our roads and givo us decent connection with the adjoining counties? Think of the extra traffic there would be through this county if we had a pike that automobiles could travel on from here to Mt. Ster- Hug or Winchester, and also how much easier it would be to drive to those places with a horso and bugiry DRINIi STOMACH TROUBLE FOR whs Majority "MOHK THM FIVF YFARS BB1 WCT" lasMtBBBW STRAWBERRY PLANTS ! FriwaJt Tkeagkt Mr. Weald Helped Die, taking other medicines. I decided to Fruit and Shade Trees, and our offering of the remarkable Mamouth Pearl Seed Potato. Send for our free catalogue. No Agents H. F. Hilleiimeyer & Sons. Lexington, Ky. Hfl 0m Bt take his advice, although I dkl.not have ' any confidence la It. I Hia to have now been taking Black-Draug- ht Recovery. for three months, and it has cured me--:' haven't had those awful sick headache since 1 began using it. so Jbankful for what ht has done for me." Thedford's has been stomach trouble for five (5) years, and found a very valuable medicine for dewould have sick headache so bad, at rangements of the stomach and liver. It tunes, that I thought surely 1 would die. is composed of pure, vegetable I tried different treatments, but they no dangerous Ingredients, and did not seem to do me any good. acts gently, yet surely. It can be , freely I am DUck-QraugBlack-Draught , herbs,-cqntal- Ponieroyton, Ky. In Interesting ad vices from this place, Mr. A. J. Hughes writes, as follows: "I was down with travel on. The other counties Hall's Catarrh Real Estate and Insurance, ally, acting directly upon the blood towards the Bluegrass have pikes e Buy and Sell Farm and City tuul mucous surfaces of the system. to their limits, and Powell should IlstlwoniuU sent free. Price 76 cents I got so bad, I could not eat or sleep, used by young and old, and uot stay too far behind. With Property of all kinds. We have some per bottle. Sold by all druggists. nice- farms in Clark and adjoining and all my friends, except one, thought I kept in every family chast Tale Hall's Family Pills for consti- - the aid ofiered by the state for good roads, it is uot. a heavy bur. counties for sale or rent. Write us would die. He advised me to try Get a package today. den on a county to birld u fow what you want. Tbedford's BVackDfaught, Only a quarter. and quit For Sale A good typewriter, miles of good pike, and such a We write all kinds of Insurance. nearly tiew and in perfect condi- road requires very little upkeep TRACY AND STQJCELY. tion. Apply to I, S. Booiio, and is ulways a pleasure to tra, 'fifanfnri. Kv. Office, Main Street, Winchester, Ky, vel over. - 0. intern if tho roads were fit to TRACY k SfOEBLY ns should be Subscribe for THE TIMES V ... . . . W-V ' : r ; A. CSemi-Annu- al Clearance Sale semi-annual r ? ? f ? Y T Do t T you want to make money by saving" it? Do you want to buy some good, honest merchandise at prices less than it is clear-t- ; worth? If so, read this, as our ance sale is now on. Why not make our loss your gain. Look over these sale prices MEIjiS and BO YS,V CLOTHING f f jii you tuberculosis, and must you make your fight at homo like this HAVE Then here Is help for you. THE STATE TJCBEItCULOSIS COMMISSION AT THE CAPITOL. BUILDING, FJtANKFOItT. HAS FIIEI'ARET) A HOOK OX TnE HOME CAKE OK CONSUMPTION' WHICH IT WILL SEND ON REQUEST FREE TO ANY CONSUMPTIVE OK TO ANY PHYSICIAN Oil HEALTH OFFICER IN THE STATE. THIS BOOK WILL NOT TAKE THE PLACE OF IT IS INTENDED TO HELP THE THE PHYSICIAN IN ANY CASE. DOCTOR AND THE PATIENT. T,hc. book gives helpful suggestions about how to use fresh nlr; how to prepare attractive dishes for the patient; how to protect the family, so that the disease will not spread to others. Prominent physicians, nurses and social workers .have written and approved the book. Any one who needs the. bonk ican secure a copy by writing the Commission at Us olllce in Frankfort. f f T T T f f ? T 22.00 18.00' 14.00 mens suiu. cut to $16.00 13.00 2.50 2.00 hats going at 1.50 1.25 "i Ma " ' 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 20c 14c 18c Oc goods at 7c 5c goods at 0 and lie 25c dress ginghams at 9 12c ginghams 0c 0 cent ginghams at 8c. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ,9.00 4:00 5 .00 mens' odd pants, cut to ? ? T 4.50 4.00 2.75 2.50 2.00 8.00 7.00 6.50 5.00 4.50 " "" - . , " " 3.75 3:25 2.75 1.75 1.50 1.25 t t t f t t boys' suits cut to " " " " 5.50 4.50 4.00 3.00 2.75 .00; d 1.25 Queen Quality Low Cuts for Women We have them in Oxfords, Plain Pumps and Strap Pumps. $4 ones cut to 2.75 3.50 ones cut to 2.50 $3 ones cut to 2.25 Walk-Ove- t t f t 2.00' " COUNTY SCHOOL REPORTS TEACHER Ethel Baker Cin nrwn ? Enrnlli' (I 02 In attendance 50 1..i..n" . 15 ." E. Brashcnr 49 2i Weat'lienu . " C. L Smith 20' " 22 6r,Jlnc1? Creek' t ' 35 ' 31' 24 Sarah Biashear bnowj Pre'lik ' Lilly Knox 1 68 Hall Otis Powo 1 32. 43 Urays Ilranch ' 3? Ethel Stephens 5S54 Tintown Bert L. Crowe ,40 42.. Creek ;ot, . AYom Lilly Boone-.27 .42, llatcher.'Greokr-i- . fii'gt CtW.j " '' '8SV-24 Jamcs Chaney 44 Mt, Canaan CR 33 II Beuningiield 08 Chonehcetnut 27 Everett Uandell 30 48' Cune Oreek 12 Rliet Ewen 15 , North, Fprk ' Milu Knox 60 00 60 Nad a Lutie Billingg 3u 51 , 51'-Criiek lliiUon 37 Nnliiida Hatton 38 01 Upper Hdk Cr ' 37 Anna U. Bowen 51 Tit King ' i) it 30 Ernera Forkner 61 07 Slade ' 70 ii 50 Dudley Caudeil' 'i 78, Spencer ' 28 Cludy Welch .42 53 llnrker CO Bessie Curry 45. 40' Wulnut Grove,' 40 Dillard Estes Jyiwer Hdk Or", V 43 Guy.Crowe 63-- '' ' Wiilteriivilld SO Karion Atkinson 35 55 Vinton 27 R.T. Crowe 51 I'mnpey ' 33 18 Myrtle Hurlier 19 L8 Little Hardw'ieks 4') Uuth Tutt 41 71 I)drlinville" 40 Ira O. Profit t 57 C5 Roger Oliapel 18 Mutt it! Hall 22 87 McU.onnlck 5 Vuleria L. Samuels 7 8 loen ColC) 17 Mury Laine 85 'M Clay City SCHOOL . . . . 47 f Boys' odd pants cut 20 to 25 per cent Chilcrens' wash suits worth 60c cut to 40 cents. r 3-- Low Cut Shoes for Men 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 4.50 low t ? t k f f f ? ? Am cents per pound; roasted co ffee-l- l. cents per pound, and the FIRST GRADE or Kentucky .Flour. at..$3:20 per hundred or 85 cents per 24 lb sack. We are Selling1 1-- granulated sugar at 6 2 t t t t t T ? ? T f ? T GENET Our school is jroiii: o smoothly and the children nra learning fast , under the supervision and r.onlroLoMissJJj Benninti.eld. lost? ?t Uucle jjrttvvA'drier ' yiiung nfule'llinf week. If if lockjaw. The young fqlk.8 ara nttfttiriini: Road Working, inee.ring iitpwen this. week. By a proclamation of Mayor Vil!ie'Hi;brb8, of Pilot, is nil carrier for -- Grant Jackson, every1 able bodied tn U called upon to spend Tues-daShoemaker, the contractor. loth workin on the streets of II. S.Martin has beeri appoint-ty- l town. All who, for business deputy assessor and witl begih the or othnr reaspns cannot compjy .work in u short tune. with the order are requested to V, O. Martin is bt!ing.endorsed furnish an able bodied hand as a for an appointment as, special Eubsitute on that day. Captain? ,exajni.uer of evidence in pension wilL Ijo appointed for E(puads and sub-sMtucit-ize- nico died leaves as if by nasib. of jts qualities penetrate, immediately to the sure spot. Don't keep Get' U bottle of ,on sufi'eriug. Use it. It Sloan's Liniment. Rrive 2ou means instant relief. and 50c. $1.00 bottle holds six times w much as the 2oc size. Tlie-natur- e f ? - . n y t t t t T T t f T Y X We are in position at all times to sell you good, honest merchandise at very low prices, quality considered. "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. 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, hrjdare, roofings, queensware, paints, oils, 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 to handle this wagon, and the same reasons we think will cause you to buy one. var-nfef- f X ies, t t ? ? v t t t t t t t t T t t V T V r.lainis. Facts for Sufferers conipuuies .and all work to be done will Ijo assigned, before liand, so that no labor h,o lost. $ ;'- - Pain results from injury or con- L'eHtion. lie it neuralgia, rJieu- .niatium, lumbago, neuritis, toothache, sprain, bruise, sore stiff muscles Jor whatever pain ryou have yields to Sloan's Liniment brings new Ireab blood, dissolves the congestion, relieles the injury, the vixoAilmion is free and yimr pain Beattyvillo Enterprise. Try Thlt on Rati. A. good way to get rid at rats Is to collect some thin chips, pieces o( shingle of tin and pour over them enough molasses to cover them well; sprinkle dry lye oyer the chips and place thera In every rat bole you can find. The rats will soon move out. . . t ? T ? T Hardwick & Co. STANTON KY. t f Y ? Advertise in The Times . A i A Clogged System Heeds Attention They Appreciate Him com-mentin- The Louisville Herald, in on the successful show at the State Fair, pays the following wpll deserved tri buteto Mr. Fred Bliickburn : "Through tl'ie efforts of Fred Blackburn, of Stanton, the Agn culture Board member, jn charge of the poultry department, and Lamp J T. Adair, of Millersburg, the W Saves Eyes superintendent, thtf state fair more Important In the Nnthlnsr home than clear, fttemly light. Innr3 has this year cooped the largesl this by Retting tho oil that burnt clear ana clean without a flicker number of entries iiiKtho histon down to tho last drop. Pennsylvania crude oil refined to perfection. of the fair. This (lie first year Ooiti no more than the Inferior Unkwagon olli aarea MONEY s Tel Mr. Blackburn link been in WORK caret eyet. Your dealer has 80LITE OIL in - Are Housekeeping. charge of this department, nmi barrel direct from our workt. such u classy show ion his first Chas. C. Stol! Oil Co. 41 II. S. Burnett, of Jackson, who year shows his popularity among Lexington, Ky. the coun has been here for it couple of the poultry breedtfrs'-oEeflnery at Warren, Fa. try." ... We sU ths cslcbratod "No Catb" months engaged in the job de Auto OIL partmeut of the News office, was Coughs ThaPfirc. Stopped! joined by his wife last week, and the are now keeping house at No Careful people. seethat tbey are 208 North Second street. Pike D. H. MATHERLY stopped. I)r, King's ew Discov. County News. ery is a remedy of tried merit. It Kentucky Clay City, Mr. Barnett is well known to has held its own on the market for MONUMENTS and MARKERS many Powell county people ha.v 46 years. Youth and old age tes EstirSfttes Cheerfully Given on ing worked a number years on tifv to its soothing and healing the Olay City Chronicle, and also qualiiies. Pneumonia and lung Large er Small Stones. on the Stanton paper. For the troubles are often caused by delay past fifteen years, however, he of treatment. Dr. King's New has been connected with the Discovery POWELL & JACKSOK stops tli06e hacking Tinies, as business man Writers of all Kinds of Fire, Life, Jackson coughs and relieves fagrippe ten ager, leaving there to accept a dencieo. Money liHck if it fails. Tornado, Lightning and Hail Insur position with the Pikeville paper. 50c and 81.00. ance.. We are also agents for the Illinois Surety Company and are prepared to do a general Bonding busi- The Colds of Mankind Cured by Pines Mrs. Albert Crpwe, of Hard wink's Creek,-waness. in fWu J3nt Have you ever gone through a urday on her way to Stanton to typical pine forest when you had a POWELL & JACKSON cold? What a vigorous impulse it see her new grandson. Cecil ThoW. Powell Sam Llnville Jackson sent! How you opened wide your iiiu8 CJrowe. Office In Court House. lungs to tuke in those invigorating A letter from A.- M. Burgher Winchester Kentucky and mysterious qualities, Yes, who, with his family, is spend Dr. Bell's o&seM? ing a months vacation with rela THE WINCHESTER BANK, es those stimulating qualities and tives at Luinonte, Mo., states thai of Winchester, Ky. overcomes hacking coughs. Tht tliev are llaving fine time and Capital Stock thoroughly enjoying themselves. $100,000 inner lining of the throat is in its attack against cold Surplus and Undivided Mrs. A. r. Johnson and fam germs Every family needs a bot Profits $200,000 ily are spending a week with rt' tie constantly at hand. 25u. N. Holly Witherspoon, President latives at Paris. Mr. Johnson accompanied tiiein there, return W. R. Sphar Cashier ing home Tuesday. YOUR ACCOUNT SOLICITED, Owing to a rush oft work some Visiting Nnrse Saves of our country correspondentHer Eyesight had to be held over for next week. For flood Bartering Try D. H.'Matherly will preach' ui A. P. Johnson Pilaris Hill Sunday. la the old stand, next to the Red lhe new organ has been in River Hotel. stalled in t he city school. Shampooing and Scalp Treatment less? g the Oil that I Are you billons, dizzy niid listDr. King's New Life PilU taken at once siezes upon constipation and stnrtB the bowels moving naturally and easily. Moreover, it acts without griping. Neglect of a clogged system often leads to most serious complications. and a body poorly functioning need immediate attention. If you wish to wake up to morrow morning happy in mind and entirely satiefied, start your treatment tonight. 25c a bottle. The Place to Buy Your Goods The place to buy your goods is where you get the best valu6 for your money. - Try- - This - Store - For - Valii e - I I f Henry Waldron WALTERSVILLE, KENTUCKY . 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 against the high Let us help you. cost of living. is That - OUR MOTTO IS Low Prices and High Quality We would appreciate - Pint-Tar-Hon- ey a trial order, and will do our best to try andplease you. Farmers Union Supply Store Frank Kennon, M:r. siren-gthene- d - $t On - This Bank InvifesNew Accounts $ f I RAILROAD TIME TABLE Com. This Porch Costs $18 Lexington Eastbound. Xo. 1. :05A.S1. on n M & Eastern Ituilwny 4any. . Westbound. No. 4. the basis of efficient service aud absolute . security ! Tt - Dally I t'a V m i Lexington Winchester ' L. & E, June. Clay City Camp. I I 2:50 P.M. 1:45 P.M. 1:30 P.M. 1:00 P.M. 3 Per, Gent Interest on Time Deposits woman with nn Infected eye found by a nurse represent- lug the state tuberculosis com mission. The nurse secured for her proper medical treatment and showed the woman bow to care for herself. Her eyesight was saved. If she had not been found by the nurse she would have delayed risking tho physician till her case bad been hopeless. !):37A.M.i 10:18 A.M.; 11:20A.M.I 1M4 P.M.j 3:35 P.M. 4:18 P.M.j No. 3. Junct. Maloney Jackson Hazard Whltesburg McRoberts 12:22P.M. (11:19 A.M. 10:20A.M. I 8:06 A.M. I Tills i i t Clay City National Bank Clay 'City, 6:20A.M. 5:40 A.M. Np, 8:50 A.M. HrJi i Hi Kentucky Dally. Lexington Winchester 2:C5P.M.f L. & E. June. 3:28 P.M. Clay City 4;12P.MJi Camp. June. Maloney 5:00 P.M.I 6:00 P.MJ Jacksrn it : 13 P.M.I Quicksand No. 6. I:.P,M. 8:00 A.M. 7:37 A.M. Dally. G: 30 A.M.I 6:47A.M. 8;48A.M. 10:43 A.M. J1:30A.M. L . RICHMONOTKY. cleats against the side of tho TRA1N1NQ SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS A TWO and two loug posts support Course leading to Elementary. Intermediate and Lite iuis simple, open air sleeping SUta Certiflcales. Valid in aii juima bcuoou oi &.ea porch. It has a canvas top, and can4:31A.M. tucky. Bpscial Courses and Review Courses. Tuition vas sides on rollers so that drafts may Free to Appointees. Two splendid dormitories, Dew No. 6. model sobool, new manual training building, practice bo avoided. Inside there Is sufficient Dally. school, department of agrleulture, a well equipped Hlttust Cask Prlcis Paid room for a bed und chair. The window rymuaslum. Domeetio Seience. Flnt Term begins Jackson 5:45 P.M. was cut down to tho floor nnd mudo September 7, Second Term November 10, Third Term January 96, Fourth Term April 0, Summer Sebool opens Iladdix 5:45 A.M. If you have anygood lack Walnut tlm- - Into a door. TbU Is a good, cheap June ll, Catalogue Free. j. u. crabbk, lietUeni. Hazard 3:26 P.M, bcr on your place which you would like sleeping porch for a consumptive. Whltesburg 1:27 P.M. ! to convert into spot cash at the highest Healthy people can BiakeSthemstelres by 6ien air sleeping. Try It. .McRobertB 12:45 P.M. market price, write at once stating num- healthier ber, slzeand thickness of logs you could W. A. RUSSKLU Advertising in Tho Times will furnish and at what R. R. sliipping point Blank 'deeds for sale at The Old Papers for Sale .at The pay you. It you don't believe it, P. T. M C.C. Hligil&BfO.Co. Uc Lwlsillli.Ky. Tims Office. Louisville. ct us convince you by a trial. Times office, S cents each. 6:19 A.M. 5:35 A.M. 4:45 AM. 7:00 A.M. Too True. There are always two ways of saying a thing the way you did say It, and the way you wish you bad said IL WeWantWalnutLois i i