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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): December 2, 1915 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1915 cla1915120201_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.): December 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. x "ir.f"S. 0 CLAY CITY TIMES. M. P.O'MARA, 4VOL. Editor We are Here to Help Clay City, the Surrounding Country and Ourselves. 191 5. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. XX. CLAY CITY. KY., THURSDAY STANTON. (By P. O. Derthick.) Misses Mollicaud Daisy Johnson spent Thanksgiving holidays witli their sister, Miss Mnxie DECEMBER 2. Revival at Stanton . 0 Johnson,' who is attending Sta'e Jesse Elkius were married at Jackson last Tuesday tho 22nd. University at Lexington. Mr. Elkius is a splendid young Mr. D. It. Chirk whs in Jckon man and i auent fm- the 0. & K. soveral days last week on busi- at Index. His home is in Mor. ness. gan county. We wish them much The children of Miss Tlmmp. j"y- son's and Miss Carver's room Mrs. Neal Hanson and her two gaVe an entertainment nU the children left Friday night for a Rav. D. H. Matherly will fill college last Wednesday afternoon two weeks visit to her home peo his regular appointment atSpesd-well- , that was very pleasing fo the pie in New Concord, Ohio. Some Sunday aftornoon and will large crowd that heard it. one take pity on Prof. Hanson prencli at Richmond, Madison and give him a square meal once The funeral of Mrs. Bet tie county, Sunday night. was held at the Presbyter-in- in a u iule as he is batching it. The town looked much better church Sunday morning by Dr. and Ms. A. T. Knox, of Monday night as a result ot hav- the writer, asisted by Row J. C. Kosslyn, spent Thanksgiving ing the elpctrlc lights on again, Hanley. Mrs. Derlckson was day with 1W. J. Q. Hanley ami a woman of lovely Christian "wife and pahook of tho bounti after an absence of a few venrs. The Pearsite people have put character and will be missed by a ful (I in ne J at the dormitory. the plant in shape again, in host of friends. Site was tuken Miss Arvie Lit tleton, who has order to have light for their own sick while visiting her daughter, Mordccais Meet. been stenographer fur A. T. use, but will probably snpply any Mrs. Maggie Gaston at Whites-burg- , Stewart for several months, has of those who will wire their and died Friday morning. The Mordecuis held a very She leaves nine children to gone to Winchester to uccept a houses. enthusiastic meeting at the mourn her loss, George, Jessie, position in the law nllice of C. F. Last week we inadvertently Spencer. Methodist church Friday night, Alirin and Ckcar Derickson; Jenstated that the Booster campaign and initiated several new mem- nie, Emma and Mrs. Muggie , Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Williams at Mrs. Williams' store would bers. The members of the order Mrs. Darnel Tharp and spent Thanksgiving with Mr. aud close Dec. 8. The corret date are planning to hold a big enter- - Mrs. Tennye Elkius She was 01 Mrs. Chas. Little at Juckou, ana was Dec 29. thp last Wednesday : 8iJhe funds y&'rr of rv &inme!lt i t most vmted other- - friends before . raised froni which are to be used homo. of her life. in Powell comity. ; in having a Christmas tro for J. B. McLin, formerly Miss Hattie Hardwick spent Walter Thacker, Donald of Ja kson, hut now repthe children of the town, A aud Prof. Richie atteuded Thanksgiving with her sistors, resenting a Nashville wholesale committee was appointed to set-tiBank Report, Mrs. Mollie Crawford, and Mrs. house' was in town Tuesday the details, and met again the football game between State Ben Sewell, at Jackson. Attention is d.recteJ to the Tuesday, arranging a splendid University aud Tennessee UniDr. Martin reports the birth report of the Clay City National versity Thanksgiving day at Lex Mr. utid Mrs. Clarence Atkin local talent. The program of of a fine boy to the wife of R.mk.j whiiilt nonpars in this is. entertainment promises to be ington. They report that it was son aud little sou, Marion, spent ii a great game. Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. Pierce Richardson, also one to Slie, pursuant to a cull of the one of the best ever put on here, the wife of Doc Thomas, and a Comptroller of currency, visand should draw a largo crowd. A number from here attended J. S Ewen aud family, and pretty littla daughter to the The Powell County Deposit Farther barticulars will be given the Educational meeting at Clay ited their many friends and rela- wife of John Snowden, jr., of Bank, of Stanton, al?o have their later. City and took part inthe splendid tives. Waltersville. report in this issue. program. Among those who Miss Maymo Derickson gave a Both of these banks are doing Mr. W. R. Cassidy is mournEverybody in Powell county went were Marion Atkinson, social to her many friends Thursu splendid business, aud in spite Richard, Charlie and Guy Crow, day evening. The guests all had ing the loss of his faithful little reads The Times. dog, "Monkey," who succumbed of frequent reports of ha'rd times a very enjoyable time. to a doso of poison a few days they appear to be in excellent The Christian church will hold ago. liiniiiLnininLriijniiSJiyiyuf condition. their own Prayer Meeting every Wednesday night at their church. Everyone cordially invited to attend and help out in tho services aud make ourselves stronger in the Christian life. There was a Thank Ottering The BOOSTER Campaign will close at Service at the Preebyteriaii our store on Wednesday, Dec. iq, and church last Sunday night, conducted by tho Womens' Missionthe piano will be delivered to the winner Tne Day Lumber 6z Coal Co. will open a ary Society. About 825 was at that time. In order to stimulate interest FRESH MEAT MARKET at their store given for foreign missions and a and also to reduce our immense stock, we good program was carried out. on The little baby of Mr. and Mrs. are offering special bargains in Marion Strange has been seriously sick for several days, but is now improving. Mr. Juuo Rogers and baby uro A complete line of fresh meats, including ou the sick list this week. Beef, Pork, Sausage, etc., will be carried at While here ut the funeral of their mother, Mr. and Mrs. Algln all times, and you can buy in any quanDerickson visited out on Mt. tity. An experienced butcher and meat Oaunau with Jesse Derickson and family. Jesse roturned to his cutter will be in charge. work at Ulvah, Perry county, j W& als&haye a complete line of "COLE" 11 Der-iekso- Rev. Win. Kirk will open a revival meeting at the. court house in Stanton, Friday, Dec. 8. Thu plan of t lio meeting is union, the object being to try to bring every unsaved soul to Jesus. The full gospel will be preached and if you miss this meeting yov may miss heaven; if so it is everlasting death. We expect people to come from every part, of the county. We are looking for you ill id your help. Song service each evening at 0.30 preaching at 7 Is it well with your soul? Come, let us reason together. Meeting will jirobably con nu e 3, yeek s, or hh God may direct. Please announce this at all places of worship. I am in full sympathy with all the churches aud don't believo in Your humble servant, Win Kirk--. enme-out-is- James Ohaney, Miss Nora Martin Miss Liilic Boone and Mrs. Kate Bohanon. Mrs. Scale provided a splendid lui.ch for all that attended. Miss Tenni- Topher Daniels Opens Meat Market. Topher Daniels has opened a meat market in the Cassidy buil ding, adjoining C. Shimfessel, and will be prepared to supply the public with fresh meat. He will handle a full lino of home killed meats, including beef, pork and sausage, at the lowest prices. Give him a trial. Mrs Frances Brown. (Contributed) The many friends of Mm. Frances Brown, widow of Clay Brown, will be shocked to learn of her death, which occurred at Middletown, Ohio, November 10. Mrs. Brown was well known and loved in Clay City, where she spent most of her married life. After the death of her husband some eight years ago, she went to livo with relatives in Newport where she remained until about six months ago, when her health failed and shf went to live with her sister, Mrs. Tlios, Cain, at Middletown, at whose homo she died of dropsy and heart failure She was perfectly ready to go to meet her Savior, and received his summons calmlv and peacefully. She was concious to the last, and most made of her funeral preparations. Mrs. Brown was a good, kind Christian woman, ever cheerful and happy, aud all were her acquaintances her friends, tilie was GO years, 0 The months and 12 days old. funeral was at Grant's Lick, Ky. Nov., 10, the reinuius being taken there in an uuto hearse. She leaves y sisters und 2 brothers to mourn the loss of a good kind sisterbut we have t.hdMteathat Dericksmi and Mr. n n Eis-ton- ngfntnd-hu,d-Rprn- Post-mast- Bo-hann- u e . j Close of Campaign Meat Market MONDAY, DEC. 6. Mens' and Boys' Suits, Shoes, Hats, Ladies' Cloaks, Suits and iyiillinery - 2 h coding and. heating stoves that are the best-value- Tuesday. , to pe had .for, the money. Mrs. Paiiiite Williams V' Mr. Fred Black buru left Sun-dafor Chicago to attend a con. fereuoeof the Unitod States Department of Agriculture to form plan to combat the foot and Mr. Blackburn mouth disease. a member of the Statu Board is y Your Patronage Solicited Day Lbr. & Coal Go. U. IIACKWOIITU, Mgr. Continued ou lust page. THE TIMES. Newspaper Feels No Need of Dieting Now J. Dougherty Says he Eats All He Wants , Since He Began Taking Tanlac W. fe Your Llrcrii I'nya. 1 A Democratic Eighteen Years Old The Best Weekly in this Section. M. P. O'Mara Editor mail matEntered as second-clas- s ter at the Post Ofllco at Clay City, Ivy., under the Act of Gongrces of March 3, 1879. A HOME-MA- DE PAPER. DEO. 2, 1P15 THURSDAY, Mountain Highway. The moutaia hmlnvuy, .to run from a point neir Pound Gap, on Imnlor the Kentucky-Virgini- a near Jenkins, through Whites-liurand down the north fork of the Kentucky river via llazinl, Jackson, Beatyville and Irvine to a point near Richmond, Madison county, to a connection with g the Dixie Highway, a distance of about 170 miles, is tigaiu revived, Each of the five counties through which the mountain hiirhway pass agrees to build the road through it by voting the necessary bonds for that purpose. At a meeting in Jackson, Breath' itt county, the subject was thoroughly discussed, after which a good roads' association was formed with a large membership to foster road building the Etstern uwtuin ,rc4MCties. 'inns are to beheld. Anonnneeting is called for The Ford Motor Car Co., has t ho lutter part of the month at closed a contract- with II. G. Garrett and J. II. Hard wick, of I Sen try ville. this city, for 40,000 sets of hickory rims for Ford cars, the rims Colds Need Attention. to be turned out at their ppint at International throat and chest Columbus, Ohio Messrs Garrett tanubles produce inffauiation, and Ilardwick have secured also s veiling or soreness ami a from a Chicago mail unless checked ut once, are likely contract to lead to serious trouble. Caught order house to furnish to furnish ln,000 porch swings. Winchesin Urn. Dr Brli's loosens the phlegm and ile'tryu ter Democrat. Louisville, Ivy., December 1. Among those who have tested the value of Tanlac, the premier preparation, and who are loud in its praise, is J. W. Dougherty, of 2111 West Market, streot, this city. He is widely known in Louisville. Recently he said: "For a long limel had been a aullerer from catarrh and stomach trouble. I had no appetite Every morning I to speak of. got up it seemed to me, feeling worse than I had the day before. I was all choked up, and what sleep I got. seemed to do me no good. I tried dieting, buf that did not help. My condition got worse instead of better. "Friends urged me to give Tanlac a trial, anil finally I did. It was rcmrkable h nv quickly it helped me. Mv appetite improved. It wasn't a question of dieting any longer I ate all I want I began ed and I wanted a lot. soundly. I have gained sleeping strength and weight " Many others stiH'erinir from catarrh have found relief in Tanlac, just as Mr. Dougherty did. They have made public statements like his in praise of this peerless remedv. Tanlac is now being sold in Clay City, at Eaton & McGuire's, in Stanton, at Hurdwick & Co's. When your liver gets torpid tmd your stomch acts queer, take Dr. King's Now Life Pills and you will find yourself feeling better They purify the blood, give you freedom from constipation, bil ions ness, dizziness and indiges tion. You feel fine just, like you want Clear the complexion to feel. too. 25c. at TEN YEARS AGO you would be worth today? JJidn t have much idea, did you But you were sure you would be pretty What did you-thin- well fixed financially. druggist?. ARE YOU? a World's Important Rivers. Tho chief western streams aro th Columbia, Tagus, Garonne. Lolro and Nova. The rivers running south, as. tho Mississippi,-LPlata, Rhone, Vol-gand Indus, aro moreJmportanf, as well as those which proceed to the north, as tho Rhino. ..Vistula, Nile, Irtish, Lena and Tennessee). a I How much will you be worth in the Has. past experience next ten years? taught you anything has it taught you the wisdom of a SAVINGS ACCOUNT? . $j It should have been your first lesson Clay City National Bank Pays 3 per cent compound in terest on SAVINGS the Lamp Oil that m ftnthlnc (a mnm (miwf.nt In Ihn home than clear, steady light. Irunrs this by setting tho oil that burns clear and clenn without n flicker down to the lost drop. Pennsylvania crude oil refined to perfection. Co'ts no more- than the Inferior tankwagon oils-sa- ves MONEY saves WORK aavei eye. Your dfcJler ha SOLITE OIL In barrel direct from our works. Saves Eyes Cfias. C. Stoll Oil Co. Lexington, Ky. We "When the Frost Is On The Pumpkin" to think about your winter underwear. We have a splendid assortment and canjsuit 9.MJbot.h. ft. y ' QUALITYAND PRICE It is time " Refinery at Warren. Pa. tell the celebrated "NoCarb" Auto Oil. BlgContract. - For fine. Watch and Clock REPAIRING or any work in my line, I will be glad to haveyou call on me S. V. LARIS0N Clay City, Kentucky Come Here aud Save Money Farmers' Union Supply Store S. G. Baker, M;r. ira-tatii'- Pine-Tur-Hon- ey the germs which have settled in tliH throat or nose. It is soothiug and healing. Pine is nntiseptie; liouoy is soothing both together poeesses excelent inediuiual quail ties for fighting cold geiuis. Insist on Dr. Hell's iou. all dr.iggists. Pine-Tiir-Ilo'ie- WHEN YOU WANT A SHAVE OR HAIR OUT OR ANY Somebody Would Laugh. "Sure, Ol'H write me name on the back o your note, guaranteed' yo'H pay ut." Bald Pat, smiling pleasantly as he endorsed Dltlup's note, "but 01 know domned well yo won't pay ut. We'll have a laugh at th' lxplnse ot the bank." Lite. TONSORIAL WORK CALL ON H. H. PHERIGO. STANTON COLLEGE, KY. STANTON, Students Admitted at Any Time COULD SCARCELY CLEANING I AND PRESSING. WALK ABOUT Aad For Three Summers Mrs. Vin- am ready to do your Clean ing and Pressing. Good work guaranteed and charges reasonable. Orders left with J. Bloom will receive prompt attention. JAMES WILLIAMS. One of the Best Schools in Kentucky. Courses in Agriculture and Domestic ' Science. Review Classes in the Common Branches will be Conducted throughout the Term. cent Was Unable to Attend to Any of Her Housework. believe 1 would have died if taken it. I hadn't By paying part of their Expenses in Work, Students may get Rates at the Dormitory as low as $1.5o per Week. For Information Write to After I began taking Cardul, I was greatly helped, and all three bottles relieved me entirely. Pleasant Hill, N. C "I suffered for three summers," writes Mrs. Walter Vincent, of this town, "and the third and last time, was my worst. 1 had dreadful nervous headaches and prostration, and was scarcely able to walk about. Could not do any of my housework. I also had dreadful pains in my back and sides and when one of those weak, sinking spells would come on me, 1 would have lo give up and lie down, until it wore off. I was certainly in a dreadful state of health, when 1 finally decided to try Caidul. the woman's tonic, and I firmly fattened up, and grew so much stronger In three months, I felt like another person altogether." I RgwJfela "MOP'TH-NWET" DRINK 5 Rev. J. C. Hanley, President, Stanton, Ky. Cardul Is purely vegetable and gentle-actin- g. Its Ingredients have a mild, Ionic effect, on the womanly constitution. k STOKE Mexico's Capital. Standing toward the southern extremity ot tbo great plateau of Ana buac, reposing In a beautiful vallej full of natural resources and rich wltb historic lore, la tho City of Mexico. 01 bltigular and varied Interest Is thli capital of the republlo whose name It bears, for Its geographical situation and historical associations are such It a leading place among the grent centers ot Spanish-America- Cardul makes for Increased strength, Real Estate and Insurance. improves the appetite, tones up the nerWe lluy and Sell Farm aud City vous system, and helps to make pale, Property of nil kinds. Wo havo somo sallow cheeks, fresh and rosy. Cardul lias helped more Hum a million nice farms in Clark and adjoining weak women, during the past 50 years. counties for sale or rent. Writo us It will surely do for you, what it has what you want. done for them. Try Cardul today. We write all kinds of Insurance. Writ tot Chitunoogi MeJIcIn Co., Ullct' AdTRACY AND ST0KELY. visory Dept., Chattanooga. Turn., for Sptciul if Hmclimn on your c 1 lutocot (or VYumtn," I i Velvet for Cleaning. A small piece ot velvet Is a doe cleaner for brass, and for polishing silverware It Is better than chamoU. It quickly removes the duBt from wood- work, and It used to rub tho stove aft-- ' or it uas been blacked will produce a high polish. Thoro Is nothing hotter to dust a felt bat. Silk dresses and, othor silk articles should always bo without cutting or otherwise lujurlng the silk. anl tin la book, "Horn plain wrapper, J4i Office, Main Street, Winchester, Ky. REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THJ3 GIAY CITY """NATIONAL at Olay City, hi the Statu of Kcntncky, nt the cIoku of BANK - hiim- Nov. 10. tfli! HHSOUHCHS. S?!l,.'i)S.D! discounts "04 M7 Overdrafts, unsecured U. S. boads de)oslted to secure circulation. ( p:ir value) M.OOO.It Securities other than U. S. bonds (not including stocks) owned unpledged 20,fJ81.'J Subscription to stock of Federal Ucsitvc bank, :!,(AX) 1000.C-- J Less amount nnp;iiil, 1,000 l.(NX).0i Banking house , Duo from Fedund Uoserve J'.ank L'.OOO.OO Duo from approved reserve agents in New York, Chicago anil ,7ea.-tSt. Louis Due from approved reserve agents in other reserve cities .. L'J.ltt.7 ItOO.U Due from other hanks and hankers Fractional currency, nickels ami cents Monry Kkmkkvk in Bank : Lawful Total coin and certificates 5,2S.M Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer (not more than b of cir'l'n) 1,2500 LoniiH niid 17,3-9.:1- . . Total 1150,2.47 LIABILITIES. Capital stojkpnid in Surplus fund Undivided profits Less current expenses, interest and taxes paid Circulating notes Net amount due approved reserve agents Due to banks and bankers Demand deposits: Individual deposits subject to check, Cashiers cheeks ouUtanding Total deposits Total op 25,0GO.f 8,000.0) 4,145.415 1,248.28 2,897.17 $21,7O0.(x 2,225.fcf 1 ,807.2 N 03,7ti.T2 807.10 0t,ri91.21 $150,281.47 Kentucky, County or Poweli,, ss: Statu I, A. T. Whitt, Cashier, of the above named bunk, do solemnly the above btatement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. A.T. Whitt, Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me thi 18th day of November, 1915 W. T. Adams, J.C. C. P. C. Correct Attest: Frank H. Russell, ; C'eo Hon Directors. James B. Hall, ) Top Left Gov.-eleStanley. Top Right Left Gov. McCreary. Below Right Dtack. Llcut.-Gov.-ele- Below Lieut.-Gov- . McDermott. Frankfort. Top Center The Capitol at Frankfort. Below Center The Governor's Mansion at dinner and had a nice time. Sarah Kerr and srandn lHog killing is all thego around ighter Ada Ilutsnn. visited at Virden. Pilot View uiid Winclicster this week. T. A. Ogden, of Virden, is on the sick list and Dr. Young, of shop. Kiddville, has been to see him. . MissSallie Brashearwas Mr?. SNOTy CREEK. (Too late for last week.) National Songs. Every nation has Its national sonr. Mr. and Mrs. T U. Ware and or hymn, corresponding to our Banner." Poor, Indeed, would two daughters and Mrs. C. 0. the nation be Thanksgiving with triotic songs that did not have Its paCurtis spent and music, and, above Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sinitson, of all, Its one crowning song of country-lov- e and devotion. Virden, aud partook of a nice "Star-Spanglc- VIBDEN D. H. MATHER! Clay City, Kentucky MONUMENTS and MARKERS Estimates Cheerfully Given on Large or Small Stones. pinj: in Clay (Jfiy, Saturday. Master Vornnn ; Hughes and Mr. and Mro. Sum Wills, visit little sister Annie Clay, of Iledg-!es- , visited their grandparents Mr. ed relatives in Clurk county Sun and Mrs. T. li. Ware, Saturday d:.y. j Out qaatitj-mM- ny iff In and jixti luilh tr "without Miss IJosa McKinupy visited Miss Sallie Hraslieur Sunday. The econoEiy c &o host range s thai fa!!:: ever? rrt" Uiailii.iiddtotboctcr,:lrecc6itfar.i;!.to 4 tsort. The tanco tUat will produce -J iciaiu Is the most economical. Mrs. Ollie Lt'nn Mr. Low ry visited Mn. Vivian Tuesday. Erer? !ia Jircod-bailn- t- U--- V.:? !j2jc:t!c !i nf!" of nnllonMfl I trraktn unl cUarcool Iron lor a tSs heaUncisuIotrlbclxl ct tlie ovca, ml li rsUoctctl vAni'sa lU:!;..t , Iv the aabostos llulnrr. taua Ltites cvcr.I without turolnc. Uuro utfci:: ntaao ceo;.cm oi botb tuoa ltd. till ovca I.) Tbcbtst cannot eicapo becsuao puttv. fleet hatamct iivcted ond remilre3no l nccCcJ to r, tin- IjUoc retained, leri lad tain even bttlnrr trapcrstan;. IV. tcoLo j:r. o bakloc j lit? lees f uel.! ) Oo'-- MJcti! ccfcinoroIiaUarrKlt-iUcciU- ' all pari lI cvenl7 over ua " lm for a cr.mnlnslloa tbat cuts repair bill) an.i rufctUiutc-- loii.t ecnlcc. Prcpariog better Ijod. wll.i Ices vracta. and lxc fuel sort tuner jcpcJrs.overnlOEtMerlodot year?. la triple fiat tr.a':ci) Cm little extra run nay r Majestic quoi;:? aU wrrijc utsx- -J volenti. 7fco Majcsili hao fcarrcrciacoM thr tiio later ot cxoUcz ud wM to Itt tMnmlar.tloa j t.nalntles. Tiro renrj taa any i.'tia-l.- s r Jlr.lostlc r I til! l a tee lUo Uaji-.il:- . tl word. Vu v-- -.; Curtis went to WinchesFriday, on Inisinuss. ter Messrs .John and. Thomas day. Mr. and Mrs. (Jlity City, were unjl Mrs. John Mar- tin of Winchester, camo up Satur I our ttorcnr.l C"r; nj 'vc Oie so''i". ( g lr!vticf;ii of the man- MkjcJtL. advantage.;. demon-titratin- ii J. Kimbrcll, of the guests of Mr. Scott, Saturday nidit and Sunday. Fanners art' quit3 busy hero husking ciiru and stripping tobacco. Mr. THE WINCHESTER BANK, of Winchester, Ky. $100,000 Missss Sarah, Haddie and little Capital Stock Grace Cletnmotis, visited Misses Surplus and Undivided Profits $200,000 Lillie and Mary Ware, Sunday. .V. Holly Witherspoon, President. There was no preaching al W. It. Sphar Cashier. Virden the the third Sunday or. the account of Bro. Joe Adams VOUIt ACCOUNT SOLICITED. being sick. Hope he will be able to be out shortly. For Good Barberlng Try Mr. Charley Borders, of Clark A. P. Johnson county has rented of T. B. Ware the Sam Flynn farm, near West In the old stand, next to the Red Bend for the next, year, and River Hotel. expects to move Chistmas. Shampooing and Scalp Treatment and Sunday. Hint for Purchasers of Camels. A good camel will travel 100 miles In a day. An ordinary camel travels only 75 miles la a day. In buying camPOWELL & JACKSON Sofe? FOR SALE BY Clay City Baton & McGuipe " The Kentucky bent lubrieatwi. without carbon I A I VSf o,i f,- ol 0 L. u rrnrFyi.x ll wlilch it cr.rm. On j'ur I fui A it Oil if with tint nlbhritSBwietfrul. tvl ' 7 fy . n t u. a iy you fur Dcrmantrnt twun. Pr'r u of oil In li tku., 40 ft ll. frrolv. lu uurcbtoo of v If 1 i:ornmnnwf L'T,l'",'Jtwou:c..al.'. tl.In. hlih lire vi n if rur.e. A i U. vfrv from l4 h' Cl 1 nrf.iftr.U fni!Oift a 1 nr wttar CHAS. C. ST0LL OIL CO. "En, Hm", f.l r.,;U t. Sources of Rivers. TREES. The Krrat majority of the Fruit and Ornamental trees, mounrivers commence from chains ot tains, because springs are there most Shrubs, Grape Vines, Rhubarb, AsLess Than Human. preabundant, perpetually fed by the meltTom, tho country senting himself 0110 day in even more ing of the snows and glaciers. They paragus, Peonies, Phlox, Rosea, etc. than his usual state of dust and 'dis- have almost invariably an easterly diEVERY THING. FOR ORCHARD, streams order, was asked by his mother If ho rection, tho westward-bounwould not like to be a little city boy, being few In number, and of very subLAWN AND GARDEN. and ulways be nice and clean In white ordinate rank. Of rivers flowing east, FREE CATALOGS suits and shoes and stockings. Tom we have grand examples In the St. NO AGENTS Orinoco, Amaron, Danube, answered scornfully; "They're not H. F. Hillenmeyer & Sons. pets." Harper's (langcs, Amour, Yangtse-Klanand they'ro children; Lexington, Ky, Hoang Ho. Monthly. first-class g bunch of turkeys from this neighborhood Monday, for which le paid 10 cents. Writers of all Kinds of Fire, Life, Tornado, Lightning and Hall Insur ance.. We are also agents for the Illinois Surety Company and are prepared to do a general Bonding busiTho easterly direction of the. week. rivers of America is obviously duo tc ness. the position of the Andes, which runt Mr. Deo Wood, of Winchester, north and south, on the western side POWELL & JACKSON was up umoiiK the quail and rab- of the continent, while the chain ol Sam W. Powell Lfnville Jackson mountains which traverses Europe bits, a few days this week. west to east cause the Office in Court House. and Asia from big treat number of rivers which flow Winchester Mr. S. II. Uhw'en drove Kentucky aorth and south. Author Combs made his els try to select those having both usual trip to Stanton, Thursday. speed and endurance. Mrs. Willie Fox, of l'ilot View-iExplains Flow of Rivers. visiting relatives here this great s I ? ? I HARD WICK & CO. Our Fall and Winter goods are now in and we in- f i vite you to call and see them and. get our prices. Are especially anxious for you to call who appreciate new, merchandise of high quality at low prices, and this combination should be interesting to Want to call your special attention to the all. fact that we handle the following well kno wn and popQuality" shoes for women, "Walk- ular lines:-"QuOver" shoes for men, Hart, Schaffner & Marx clothing Matchless Brand clothing, Stetson and Astor Brand Mens' Hats, Arrow Brand Shirts and Collars, Pictoral up-to-da- te een 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, Raincoats, Sweaters, Blankets, Comforts, etc. In fact, see us for anything you want ana give us a chance to prove that we can SAVE We handle YOU MONEY. wagon-- if 'The Bain" in need of a wagon Review Patterns and Bain Wagons. "High quality, low price," is our motto. It is our aim to r rort t 4 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, no- tions, millinery, women's and men's furnishing goods, see and investigate the qualities of this wagon and get We buy them by the car lot and so can our prices. We have a lot of underwear make a very low price. for Misses, Women, Children, Men and Boys, which will sell at not over half the usual price for any of it and some of it at even a less price. Also have a lojt of Women's? Children's and Boys' shoes and Mens and Boys" hats that will selkat a good per cent less than the usual price. Every day is bargain day here-co- me and let us show you. 5UY WribKfc, lMti tfUYlfNO IS UUUJJ. 1 I. We are selling first grade Kentucky flour at $3.40 per 00, or 85c for a 24 lb sack, roasted coffee at Ilea pound t Y Hardwick Neat Market Opens up. To Build Twenty good supply of fresh of nil kinds, so that their meats patrons can secure the best meat and the beet service As far as possible beef and pork raised in the county will be handled, and the killing and dressing will be done here This department will be in charge of an expert meat cutter from Winchester. STANTON, KENTUCKY Report of the Condition of Wc have recently added some equipment to our Powell County Deposit Houses. new type and office, and we arc now prepared to Bank, It is reported, but cannot be turn out any kind of job work for verified by olliuials of the com- you ou short notice. When you doing business nt the town of Stanton, pany, that the I'eareije company want that next lot of printing County of Powell, Statu of Kentucky, will erect twen y hiiisc in town done, givo us a chance at it be- at the close of business on lOlh day of Nov., 1015. for their employees. At present fore sending it out of the county. there is a deaitli nl' houses, and RESOOUCES. as soon as the plant starts operating REV. I1IUKS 1010 ALMANAC. Loans aud Discounts . . 147,174.73 a great many more will be Overdrafts, secured aud unsc- ' 790 36 needed. The Rev. Ira R. Hicks IMG iB cured by fin the finest, largest and Stocks, Bonds and other.Sc- . . . 8,810.02, liHSt ever hefnr printed. The Dun curities, 3,212.40! . . from Banks, WARVPOSSAI ! 2,072.7? llieks storm aud weather fore- Cash on hand, . . . Pain in a to eveey Imnie casts for 1U1. again have proven Checks and other cash items . 14.86 md nxuallv It coined quite unex- their truth and value, and this Banking House, Furniture . 4,676.00 . nnd Fixtures pectedly. Bui you are brcparcd splendid Almanac for 10 1(1 should for every oiuuruiicy if you keed Total $01,056.24 a small bottio ot Sloan's Liniment find its way straight into every handy. It is Uiu greater! pain heme mid office in America, The LIABILITIES killer ever diseiiveicd, Simply Rev. Ira It. nicks . Magazine, Capital Stock paid in, in cash $10,000.00 . 8,000.00. . laid qq the bkiu no rubbing re- Word and Works and his unique Surplus Fund, quired it drive the pain away. Almanac should go togeher, both Undivided Profits, less cxpens- - ' . 910.60 . es and taxes paid, for only ouo dollara year. The It is really woudcrtul. USc. prepaid. Deposits subject to . $12,745.05 check, Morvitill Soisier, Berkeley, Cal, Almanac alone is wntea: "LhkI Sunday, after Seiidiii Word and Works Pub Total $01,050.21 liiduug Company, 11101 Kraiikliu tramprng around the Panama ExAve., St. Louis, Mo. position wtttt wt Kti' 1 oauiu State of Kont ucky, 1 Set. homo with my neck ou still that I County of Powell J could't turn. I applied Sloans Coughs And Colds Aae Dangerous. We, John W. Williams and E. IL Liniment f icily ami went to bed. Few of us realize tlm danger of Fuller, President and Cashior of e To my surprise, next muming the caugha at.d colds. We consider named Bank, do solemnly swear siitrncss had almost disappeared, them coinninn and InrmlesH ail- that the above statement is truo to the four hours after he 'Second ap- ments. Uowover statistics toll us best 'of our knowledge and belief. John W. Williams, President plication I was good us new." every third pursuit dies of lung ailE. II. Fuller, Caalder. Mai eh, I'Jlo. At DrugUu 25. ment. Dangerous Hrouohial and Subscribed and sworn to before me. . Lung deceases folhnv a neglected this 24th day or Nov., 1915. ' body struggle cold. As your O, N. Orowo . Mr. and Mrs. B. O. N dun aud against cold germs, no better aid Clerk Powell Circuit Courtly Mrs. C. W. tJeale were- enter- cuu be bad than BjM,tt, Ljlo.P.O. ' Dr. King's New tained to a Thanksgiving dinner Discovery. ; It t merit has bem by Mr. and Mrs. O. E. White. tested by old and young. In we ulno column FOH oviT'lo year. ,Oet a bottle Addlae maelilue and an Oliver typ-- j Avoid, the risk of , serious wTlterffn goM cmidltloti;'eheap.'l Blank deeds for sale at The Luug Ailment. Druggjis'ts, U OUy'citjr.lKy.. Addrefsdock-boTiinesiofflcc. 5 cents each. vit-iti-- STANTON. (Continued from First Page) He Tha Day Lumber & Coal Oo. nt Agriculture and lie, with ten will open a fresh meat market in (ilber prominent Kentuckinns, in their store next Monday. It was asked to attend r lie meeting. is their intention to keep on The writer will attend a conference of Sunday School work, ers of the south' at Ashcvillc, N (J,, all next week. hand a Jim Stone has left for to work with an crew. Mays-vill- e g engineer-in- What came near hping n serious flro was averted by the hardest kind of work when n brush fire started by F. R. Blackburn, J. H. O'Rear hn now comlet-egot bevond control uud threaten-the remodelling of the Clay to destroy the house and to- City Hotel and is prepared toca bacco barn on Dr. Lemming's ter to the traveling public. He place. Komulus Jackson's baru expects very shortly to put on an unb Mr. Blackburn's big antnmnb'le bus to meet tlm train, and for livery purposes. d d r the'a-bov- I Clay City Eaton & McGuipe Kentucky FOR SALE BY 2 SALE-rBurroug- h's. to-ba- y. x 1