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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): January 20, 1916 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1916 cla1916012001_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.): January 20, 1916 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1916 $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. Kurghir, J J 0 ' . 1 - 'J', , - V S- - ( L AY Wc T. TIME S. PUBLISHED EVERY M. P. Q'MARA, Editor are Here to Help Clay City, tht'Surroundlng Country and Ourselves: THURSDAY. VOL. XXI. OLAY CITY. KY., THURSDAY' JANUARY 20. (V- : lOKj. SO. 8 To is . Miss Johnson Has Narrow Escape Miss Ethel Johnson, assistant Postmaster, had a narrow escape from drowning, Wednesday night Wftlut party of yotfng folks she waSejtafing on the canal and gut on thtUfice, where the lire the akatora used to warm by had weakened it. A number of the yoii'tig people rnshfcd to her assistance, ahd after being in the iev water'rfor several minutes she and taken home. Thursday morning ahe was able tl attend to her duties in the was-rescue- FOR SALE. As I intend to return to farming I am offering for sale my mer- 3tArTON. (By P. 0. Derthick.) Mr. Wm. Joiinson is quite sick Atkinson Must Stand Trial mo-tiou Retire From Business chandise business, $2,500, at Spout Spring, four miles from Clay City. Splendid location, post office in connection, and an excellent business. Terms to suit purchasers. LETCHER BYRD, st SPOUT SPRING, KY. with a stock' of 3vith In grippe, Mr. Gua at this writing. Ky , Haljvof Bonny, visited Mi3S.Jii'Jn Evans at the home of: the writer this week; Mr. A J. Mint in was in Mt. a Sterling Monday whore he boughy-cattle to foed1, and Tuesday large bunch of d Officers Elected. Jas. B. Ilall, of Lexington, was elected" 'President and A. T, Bachelors .Whitt.-VioPresident and Cashier of the" Clay City National Tfre.Pearsite Company officials Bank at a recent Directors' meeth ive fixed up several rooms over Geo. Hon, Juo. D. Atkinthe labratory for. living quarters, ing. son and Frank B. Russell are the and a number oT the young men other Directors. of the. office force have moved in. The rooms are targe and light, Preach Here Sunday ajut look very comfortable, one large one being left for" a reading room. Elder Brown, of Kimborjiu Heights. Tenn., will preach at Air. Townsend tho Christian Church Sunday. As Mr. Brown is being considered as Mr. Sid Town&end. of Spout a prospective pastor ir f church everyone is asked to come and .seriously air of young mules 4jea.r him, particularly. therbfllceia - :flii ;dr;Uiei!liiin L -jrrmnlners:iifrhe.cinrch. - " - ' - '' "' V, ," Y. through a held a week . '3 improving nicely, and will soon be Surgeon Here out again. His injuries were not as serious as at first reported. Dr. Wilgtis Back, of Jackson, James Newell, a witness for was here this morning to see Mr. IS. Mers, who had a leu ampu the commonwealth in fife case of (i. tated a few weeks ago in Dr. Marion AtKinson, charged with shouting Clay Coulee, missed the Back's hospital. He found his gaintraiu to Lexington patient doing very well and morning ing strength rapidly. and a warrant was is- post- office as usual. " Miss Beatricelount was home with her paren! Monday night and returned t (flier Fchool work at Clay City Tuesday. Tho examination for the promotion of the Common school chi'dren into tl'e "High School will be held fheJliist Friday and Saturday in i hall. e thisjuiontli. Tj recep-tionan- d Better Willie BiirrisJv who was a student in tho collejtu here, was sent l the reform ecjfiol this week. He was tried'Tuosdny for pilfer-ioi- r the students' rooms at Mr. nenry.Daniel'snnd also breaking into Prof. ' Dane.v' house and taking thing. JJo was caught Sunday with' thptoleu goods in his pnssosfsfonv The. writer' Saturday a iid viii5-()f i . Spring,-iyho'w'a- s injuu-ediwKeh- Torrent over In Lexington, Monday, a to dismiss the' case against Marion Atkinson on a charge of murder, was denied by Judge Kerr, who rilled that a the lirst indictment was faulty, a trial tinder that indictment did not constitute a hearing. The first indictment made it appear as if the killing had ouctm-i- l in Fay- M assachusetts ette county, and it was claimod Boy Here by tho county attorney who drew it up that it had been changed rite Milford (Ma) Daily after leaving his hands. Journal recuntlv had the follow Atkinson's trial is set for this ing item: "Milford acquaint-ance- s .morning. of Charles J. Davoren, now of Clay City. Ky., hut formerly emyloyed ai P. 11. Gillon & A Correction. Go's., have received souvenir In last week's issue we stated cards and Christinas remem that of the forty. eiaht births in brances from him, Since leavthis precinct, (luring the past ing here last Jul.v, Mr. DavorHii year, Dr. Martin had reported has been with the Pearsife forty-foua Inrire corporation doing In this wo were mistaken, si's Li. Martin reported business in Kratucky. He is now forty-fou- r birth? to tho piper, assistant i if the labratory of the but they were not ml to tin pre. concern and is doiun well'.' li-:i net, n iwl from our statement it has favored several of bis' friends would itjM ear ihat Hie "'her here with copies of the Clay City physician had only reported four Times, a hustling litt e newspap-- r to the Registrar, which was-- not of that Feet.oii.'1 Coin-panr. In this issue Mr. Letcher Byrd advertising his goods business at Spout Spring for sale, as he has decided to return to fanning. Mr. Bvrd has been very successful at Spout Spring, but finds the cail to the farm irresistable, and will dispose of his business as soon as possible. i -- r.jo-rftcji- v Jackson .'f uS'day ,aii d d u r- - the-cas- , . ..Charley i . by this-ti- me well - Word of God and the house crowded full. ' Thursday, sued for his arrest and wired The office "devil'' made a trip Marshal Will Eaton took him to Lexington on the noon rc the canal the other l iv and, triin. - Jim did not want to on retnrntng to the office, got olf evade appearing in court, but the following effusion : morel v slept itti long, and so he Skatinu lias been iit full and frost-bi- t swing this week on the missed the train. glacial, reaches of our grand canFrom the morning whistle F. N. Beall, represent ing the al. turns Underwood Typewriter Co., was almost till the in town Thursday. Mr. Beall in his midnight key in the Pearsito thoy are there youth formed us that manufactu rers of time-locgetting and age, strength and beauty, typewriter ribbons are short of the dyes U6ed- in color- flying in long lines or circling m ing the ribbons, and are watching swift curves, thoy go youth and developments at the Pearsite beauty, fun and frolic, on the old canal. wiirks he.re with keen interest. here. night-watc- h k, - Are You Hungry? When you are hungry and want a satisfying meal the best place to go to is The Home Restaurant. Good, Home Cooked Meals and Quick Service. Lunches and Short Orders. F Johnson, Clay City, Ky. Prop. The cold noap early in tho week f jund a 'lumber of peopl Cincinnati says: short of coal, and the bins at t'te "Firo (lis roved several Iium- - local yanl- - are empty. There This is an age when God needs ness houses in Clay City Monday! men. lie needs men and women night, entailing a losBo'f S3(),()00." wa some tail hiiiliug for neighbors coal houses for a few days who are willing to facp the battle until a car arrived. of lifo and be u lojal soldier. Loses in - Deaton He needs those who are consoSupreme Court The bill introduced by Reprecrated to His service, who will be a worker for Him. in all kinds sentative Cook to make vacant of weather, under all kinds of Tho second appeal of Fletchl tin office of slienlf in atly county . i ii f t diflculties, overcoming all obstac- - jjuaiou, i ne leu i5roanniu in which a prisoner is taken by a les, fight sin in all its forms, help county fuedist, was dismissed in mol) from Mm r.ustodv of i!m the church in all its various or- the Supreme Court week and sheriff or his deputies is modeled ganizations, the Sunday School, the decision of Judge Benton was from a law which is in force in the Prayer Meeting; He needs sustained. Deaton is critically several States and is much ad those who are willing to stand by ill a the Winchester jail, and vocated in many States tin each other and help them to live small hope is Iielil out for Ins preventive of lynching. ridit, whoso feelings do not con- recovery. Such a law would, in all likelistitute their religion, who are hood, bo of considerable connot rebuffed becauso tilings do structive value in Kentucky, and not go their wayevery tune, lie livo right. He needs men and the bill that has been introduced needs tli'iso whoso hearts are on women whe are willing to set the is worthy of thoughtful consider-atiou- . fire for Him, who will go forward right example before the world. State Journal. into the battle no 'matter what the people may say, no matter if their feelings do get hurt once in awhile, no matter if things look no matter what the diflculties are. He needs men ami women who are not cowards and vet are tender toward the weak, loving towards tneir brother, up lifting in their influence, conseBegin the New Year by coming to crated in tneir service.Tne christis no place for tho ian warfare our store to your needs supplied. cowaid. If you are that kind and afraid to light sin and wick, eduess, afraid to take your stand Our stock is Fresh and Good, against the hosts of Satan, then stay out. This is no place for And our .Prioes are Right. you, It naeds soldiers tried aim true, soldlors who have been scarred nud wounded for Christ's 6ake, who are not unJaunted by apy thing that comes up. And yet their hearts must he tilled WALTERSVILLE, KENTUCKY with love, with a passion for winning and u burning do. soul tire to help men and. women to j ' there the house could hardly hold the peoplo at any cf the tneotiiiL's If seems ood to speak where the people are hungry to hear tho Where Was It? Am-iic-- in and"iTmaWW'1)Vi if iVfsVftv with the Pearsite Co. how'n.r'to ev'erVboilv- - iii touai. An tion news 'tis is Press Associafell j":it on tiom . i lt Start get Right. Henry Waldron i the mE$iBeE:s A Democratic Newspaper For Good Bartering Try THE WINCHESTER BANK, of Winclicstcrj Capital Stock Surplus and Undivided Profits , M. CLEANING I AND PRESSING. A. P. Johnson In the did stand, next to the Red River Hotel. Ky. $100,000 $200,000 am ready to do your CleanGood ing and Pressing. able. work Eighteen Years Old The Best Weekly in this Section. lAedical Authority Tells What This Condition Really Means guaranteed and charges reason Orders left With J. Bloom will receive prompt attention. JAMES WILLIAMS. Shampooing and Scalp Treatment Holly Witherspoon, President. W. R. POWELL & JACKSOK Writers of all Kinds of Fire, Lite. Tornado, Lightning and Kail Insurance.. We are also agents for the Illinois Surety Company and arc prepared to do a general Bonding business. POWELL & JACKSON Sam W Powell Linville Jackson Office In Court House. Cashier. Sphar OUlt ACCOUNT SOLICITED. "When you nre languid and listless, or luck ambition and M. P. O'Mara Editor feel so melancholy that life seems scarcely worth tin living, it. is absolutely necessary t hat you Entered as second-clas- s nmil mattake treatment to correct these ter at tho Post Office nt Clay City, conditions, because Ky., under the Act of Congress of ui are suirerinj: from derange-inenttMnrch 3, 1879. of a vitul nrcaii," declares one of the Treble' medical sub-norm- d m a? ( You Need a Tonic There are times fn every woman's life when she needs a tonic to help her over the hard places. When that time comes to you, you know what tonic to take Cardui, the woman's tonic Cardul is composed of purely vegetable Ingredients, which act gently, yet surely, on the weakened womanly organs, and helps build them back to strength and health. It has benefited thousands and thousands of weak, ailing women in its past half century of wonderful success, and it will do the same for you. You can't make a mistake In taking f V HOMIS-- M ADK PAPEK 20. 1P10 THURSDAY, JAN A Tiint Mireii feeliiiii" menus a gim.l deal more iIihii is generally Winchester I is mil laziness, it is In-fo- re Kentucky Keep child dry, clothe com fortable, avoid exposure and give "We have recently added some Dr Hull' Pine It is now type and equipment to our pleasant, soothing, antiseptic, office, nnd wo aro now prepared to raises phlegm und reduces iullu turn out any kind of job work for mtitinn. Tiro first dose gives re ou on short notice. When you lief, continued treatment with want that next lot of printing proper care will avoid serious ill done, give us n chance at it beiiess or u long cod, Don't delay fore sending it out of tho county. trectmeiit. Don't let your' child a bottle suffer. In Old Papers for Sale at The sist on Dr. Hell's Pine Tnr Honey Timos Ofllco. 25 at Druggists'. Tar-llnne- y, SUFFICIENT KSVEK. The Frankfort State .Tournnl. As mipht Imvo been expected, the reply of Mrs. Cora Wilson Stewart to som recent criticism!) of tho State Illiteracy Commission is complete nnd Mrs. convincing. Those who kno Stewurt and who nre fiimilar with the fjreiit work elm hm been doing for popular education in Kentucky have had the utmost confidence in her ability tn refute every flimsy charge that was made lie statement, appearing in the State Journal yesteMti. . rovers the ground fully There is nothing else to he mid. It is to bo regretted that a newspaper uf the standing nnd character nf the Courier-Journa- l should have dignified such an aggregation of trivialities by publication. The Courier Journal in the pat has been generous and in its support of the movement .against illiteracy. That it should have been made the vehicle of a groundless and uncalled-fo- r attack on the Com in general and on Mrs., Slew- Un art in particular, fs unfortun.ite doubtedly the paper and its legislative representatives were imposed upon bj some person or some interest inimical x to the Commission or to its chairman The State Journal confesses its in .liil ity to fathom the reasons for such en mity. Certainly no patriotic Kentuekinii should begrudge the pittance that has ben spent by the Slate in forwarding the work of the Commission. .Mrs Stewart has carried tin worn along under the most discounting circum stances. She early and lati with such resourced as shu could om maud, and, considering the obstacles she has had to overcome, tho movement lias been remarkably successful. It is an enterprise of vast and fur- reaching importance to Kentucky Its possibilities are not to be measured in dollais and cents, for its complete success would be of value past nil calculation. The State's money could not possibly be spent to better purpose Mrs. Stewart is the lieuU and front the soul and body, us it were, ol the Sho has made it a vital movement. organization by working day und night to build it up and she has done so at a sacrifice of her time and means. If shu had been a mere seeker of gain eho could liavo curried her propaganda outside of Kentucky and made dollars out of it where she hasn't From a financial standmade cents. point she could have profited personally by leaving Kentucky before the moonlight school movement got outside of ltowun county, for she hud ample opportunity to engago in educational work in other Stutes tit lurgcr compensation than she ever has received In Kentucky or is likely to receive, Thoso are facts which uro Indisputable, and they uro a good and sufficient answer to every charge and every insinuation that may bo inspired or circulated, through enmity, envy or ignorance, to her detriment. eon-sttent mit-sio) a physical ailment that needs it be TREES. correction qimrkl come eviMi in ire serious by tak trees. Fruit und Ornamental itiii u linn hold mi iu. Shrubs, drape Vines, lihubarb, .AThrow nil' that nervous depress sparagus, Peonies, IMilox, Roses, etc. ion. It is your duty EVEUY THING FOR ORCHARD. Tauluc, 'I'1' tonic, appetizer that builds new and inviiioratif, LAWN AND GARDEN. tissues, vitalizes lie blond and NO AGKN'TS FREE CATALOGS acth so favorably on ailments of H. P. Hillenmeyer & Sons. the stomach, liver ami kidneys Lexington, Ky. .ml cutarrhal allVctiuiis of the mucous niembrunes, is designated especially lo correct these con (litmus. The results of the Tan-la- For fine Watch and Clock I CARDUI The Woman's Tonic Miss Amelia Wilson, R. F. D. No. 4, Alma, Ark., says: "I think Cardui is the greatest medicine on earth, for women. Before I began to fake Cardui, I was so weak and nervous, and had such awful dizzy spells and a poor appetite. Now I feel as well and as strong as I ever did, and can eat most anything." Begin taking Cardui today. Sold by all dealers. Has Helped Thousands. , treatment are amazing. It " tends to put you back in body mid mind like those old fashioned REPAIRING OUWMWME A, but most sensible folk- s- the pioneers, and to make you sturdy mid of real manhood and womanhood Men and women, from the highest to the lowest walks of life, everywhere are estifymj: tn xhf .ndied- Taiiluu lias brought litem. No other remedy has ever won such great indorsements that can only come from superlative - or any work in my line, I will be glad to haveyou call on me S. V. LARISON Clay City, Kentucky t TEN YEARS AGO What did you think you would be worth today? Didn't have "much idea, did you? But you were sure you would be pretty . merits. Tanlac'can now be had in Clay City, at Eaton and McGrires', and in Stanton, at llurdwicl; & Co., where it is beiiif; fully explained to all questioners. Using Crushed I Con-jleton- WHEN YOU WANT A SHAVE OR HAIR OUT well fixed financially. OR ANY TONSORIAL WORK CALL ON H. H. FHERIGO. ARE YOU? 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? . Oil our most- prosperous farmers and DRINK duisinei-men, is going to try crushed limestone on his farm thin vear. He has recently un' i. loaded here several cars of crush-i'tl XVCT1' from the Yellow Rock stone quarries and is having it hauled out to his furm at Rocky Hill TRACY The experts say that crushed fiJTOKELY itmic it; the finest an well as the cheapest fertilizer in the world Real Estate and Insurance. and i used extensively elsewhere Wo Buy nnd Sell Farm and City but Mr. Uuiigletou is the lU'st to Property of all Wc liavo some iryu hi mis cuuturj, tu tar us nice fnims in kintjs. nnd adjoining Clark we Kiiow.-tiea- llj s d -I , Stone who is one of It should have been your first lesson Clay City National Bank . 6. 1, Pays 3 per cent compound in terest on SAVINGS vine iiuteipiise counties lor sale or ront. Write us The tareat img uiueu in Cjiuip what you want. ouu couul Uurtiig lie putt yeur We write all tins u Kiiied iiiuruutiuieu tfeiKoiiiie oy Uliaiies b liutt, wlwuli kinds of Insurance. Winchester, TRACY AND STOKELY. Office, Main Street, Ky. STANTON Student Admitted COLLEGE, KY. weighed bUO pounds. Eloveu gallons of lard was reudored from the porker. The hums will weigh neurly fifty pounds each. M II rive auieuuuiea men were required to lift the animal after tho houd was removed Frank liu Favorite I STANTON, The at Any Time To Cure Children's Colds. Presbyterian Church What It Is And What It Teaches Single Copies Fifty Copies Five Cents One of the Best Schools ' in Kentucky. Courses in Agriculture and Domestic Science. Review Clastes in the Common Branches will be Concluded throughout the Term. By paying part of their Expenses in Work, Students may get Rates at the Dormitory as low as $l.5o per Week. For Information Write to One Dollar - Por Sale By Tno Anthor L. F. Martin Ot lo-da- GlayCity, Rev. J. C. Hanley, President, Ky. 2-- 4 1 Stanton, Ky. 3 a SHE HAD A REAL VISION f t f f HARD WICK & COMPANY t t t Sale. Clearance V x y Semi-Annu- al Now is the time and this is the place to save money on your purchases. Our Tho fitful flames In the grata under stockings llghtod n row of tha far.eg of the young farmer and his wife. Both faces wore tha Christmas smile, tho smllo which tells the story well-tlllu- semi-annu- al clearance sale is Y f i that "Christmas comas but once a year, But when It co mo s It brings Good Cheer." Gradually tha smllo died In tho woman's eyes and the curvo of her Hps Her stra'Ghtencd Into a hard line. glunce left tho flickering flames to run over tho row of grotesquely fat stock' Ins a'.oug the edge of the mantle. Slowly sho arose, walked Into an adjoining room, and looked at the rosy fat cheeks of her brood of youngsters who wc-rdreaming of the glorious morrow. When sho again clroppei.' ou the stool by tho man's side, he turned to ask: "They are all snug an' sound asleop, dreaming of Christmas Day, ain't thoy, little woman?" "Yes," she answered, listlessly. Putting his hand under the woman's chin ho lifted her face to look deep Into her eyes before be said: "Something's worryln' you. What Is iit? Don't let's start out the night before Christmas with any worry on our minds. Have you forgot to get same present for ono of tho children, or what?" She nodded her bead emphatically and explained; "Ye3, that's It oxactly. Wo'wp forgotten all about tho beat prosent of them all end one that lasts all the year." "Well, but what is It?" "It's the school." The man began to laugh and then checked himself as he saw tho pain ' in hl3 wife's face, so ho merely said, quietly: "Go ahead, little woman, an tell me what's on your mind." "Here It Is. I've beoc slttlnc horo thinking of all the thought and love we have put Into the children's stocVlnss so that Christmas may brinp Hio"i good cheer. I've thought of j4' t'c parents who love their children. s and I love ours, and I have nrt turcd everybody In this nelghbr.rhool 1 . f vi planning and spending for tho children's pleasure "Well, don't you think that's all right?" he asked her as he put his hand over her's where it rested on the arm of his chair. "Oh, yes, of course I do. I want tomorrow to be tho happiest day tho children have over known; hut there's a bigger thin; h i Christmas that wo X 1 have forg'thats the school-hous- e day itfter lay." whan. iy "What da you want for tho children In tho way of a school?" tho man asked. The woman did not anwir the question, but wont to thomant'e and pick, of up a small cloctrlcal above her or a moson's stocking ment sho held It In her hand and than asked: thin "Why did you "I bought 't be ause hr -- " ' about eloctrlcltv awl it's the nav.e-- t elee-trlc-a' t y I "iiiJ tind." "Tlr" ' "h"t I exported you'd In this MVgMb'jrhocl say " l'.vo- lldr lit li'r t3 tofs, c tvn I' '''"v had to iw soma monev vi'h "h to do It Tev want for tomo'n," to be a re"' the VM" t thn srhoi! "tt!o woman? It sconi3 to mo you're doing a lot of bf'"": nrn"nd the bush." f I'm trying to get you to "No, I m 'hn po'.nt w'- - '8 you'll see thnt, whl'e J xe ire dres- ag our children in 20th ent-i-cloth"8 giving them 20th Century toys arJ "th Conturr fruits and candles, wo en't prov'ded a 20th Century schct ' ouso. nor - 20th Century school Eyrtrm I men that these preparat'ot)1? " irnd har gesture took in tho bu'r ns stocklnrs and the toys on "romo but once a year and the ma-t'- e, do not b "e rrtch of an effect on tho child's lire. " hat wo need Is to glvo our chilTlron, esiecia'.ly those that live under the blue skies that cover our farms, real 3"hools, no matter what t l' -- 'ents would- only use thov spirit In jome of tho Christmas-givinuvr r'n u' country schools, the coun'ry " "uW be so much happier for the children from one the wor year's end to another." I f V . . ? r now on. We have many real genuine bargains for you. Our Fall and Winter goods must go, and have cut the prices on many things to an extent that it will pay you to buy even should you not need thm till next Fall and Winter. T T T T - t f y, T T T Below is a list of the lines on which have made the greatest cuts: -- t- -" .rt-'- 7" You who appreciate bargains, listen, for have i y cut the price half-in-tw- o on Queen Quality Walk-Ove- up-to-- r""-it""- s a'-i- v - " H.' ' X r patent leather shoes for women. patent leather shoes for men and on all other brands of patent leather shoes for women, Also on a lot of womens, misses and boys. misses and boys gun metal and tan shoes, womens. misses and boys rubbers overshoes, boys long pant suits, boys and childrens underwear in two piece suits, mens and boys negligee shirts. It will pay you to look through our "T 't f bargain corner up stairs. Are aho making large cuts on a lot of dry goods, mens and boys leggins, mens, womens if r- - g t X ii't ! and boys sweaters, mens and boys hats, dress CRps I and work caps, mens two piece suits of Wrights Health underwear, womens neckwear, wool and cotton dress goods, mens corduroy pants and work suits, boys over coats. 5t rti'iy lur ut'ull kinds while yuu mt. shoe reu.ut boutt uliocu l).v p.tioel post ;t in tinit- aim re- ufive prompt ui tout urn and totid wor. I use only t he bent material and my prices are right. shoe repairing factory. 1 liuvoun 1113 111 - iViieit in Winchester come t t t t f X t Hardwck &Co STANTON' KENTUCKY Chas. Balmut 19 N. Main St. Winchester, Ky. best lubricaiwi. without coilou 1M I Kink In Humanity. "Humanity is hard to convince," said Undo Ebcn. "You'b novor even BatUfled dat you's dono had a good tlmo on a trip till you's bad a photo-graph took bo's you kin seo Ton yonMf." VkWSv rf'.i I .t Araltr. n.: rise. coaMor wtsr- I hflnt-ftfiUw- l O-- i fmm I out' yon fur Kui:itnt tl lr ' a of t 'n uv M.. 4v fit tu: Advertise in The Times X Christina 0. Jtoenettt. -- Ono whom I kuew Intimately, and whose memory I revere, once In my hearing remarked that, "unless we love people wo cannot understand fthera." This was a new light to me. Loving and Underttandlno. it I . RICHMOND, KY. A T:uA.HslNQ Jf.nllns to ricmentary, IntcrniKllato and Life SuUc l . t.Uruti. Yiilid In all l'ubllo Schools of Kcu-- 1 i pti kl Courses and Hevlew Courcs. Tuition A 'two dormltorlrs, now l'tn l io'io..., ' ivv iiipnup.l splendid building, practice ,..iKt training c.U'i;irlr.it nt ot agriculture, a well equipped t'H.!),.!"r.i. UomrsUc beienco. Flrit Term heeian . .u nuor 7, Broiid Term November 10, Third Term idiitwrvSMViirthTTm April 6, Bummer School opens June U, Catiilopuo Tree. j. u, CIUBUK, rrwUent. ('iitr.i 1 school for teachers ;''. 1 n. Prince Albert is such friendly tobacco that it just makes a man sorry he didn't get wind of this pipe and cigarette smoke long, long ago. Ho counts it lost time, quick as the goodness of Prince Albert gets firm set in his life The patented process fixes that and cute out bite and parch I Get on the soon as you know howl Understand yourself how much you'll Uk& 1 right-smoke-track lOCAl Qui Shiinfcssel went to Lexing ton Wednesday. Mrs. Bert Fr.izier N 4217 REPORT OF THE. CONDITION NATIONAL at Olay City, at OF THE OLAY CITY BANK, In tho 8tale of Kentucky, thcclosoof business Deo. 81, 1916, RESOURCES. $83,609.08 Loans and discounts Overdrafts, unsecured ....... 1,078.38 U. S. bond deposited to 25,000.00 quite ill with In grippe. Harry, Russell spent a few days in Lexington last. week. Jno. Maxwell is seriously with hi crippM and pleurisy. ill Fringe Albert the national Joy smoke A. T. Whitt sold one of his Jersey cows to L. D. Mitchell. Eugene Gardner, of Evunsville. nd., is visiting his aunt, Mrs. 0. A. Hazel ring. Walter Snivlh, of Boech (Jrove in Leo count v, was here on bus It stands to reason, doesn't Watch your step! sliape and color of uiv .alIo h. xnd to iciitato tho i unco Alport tidy i 1 tin, but ii it impossible to in: no the flavor of Princo ItV eniy to chain, j tlie ( Albert tobacco I The patented process that if men all over the nation, all over the world, prefer P. A. that it must have all the qualities to satisfy yourfondest desires? Men, getusrjghtonPrince Albert We tell you this tobacco will prove better than you can figure out, it's so chummy and fragrant and inviting all the time. Can't cost you more than 5c or 10c to get your bearings! it, 1 ines Tuesday. Miss Laura Matherly, of Lo Lick, is vifitmir her brother, D. H. Matherly', for a few days. Mr. H. G. Crabtree's little girl, Mariba, wm quite sick the first of the week, but hut fairly re covered. Securities other than U. S. bonds (not Including stocks) owned unpledged .. 20,081.25 Subscription to stock of Federal Reserve bank $2,000 Less amount unpaid, 1,000 ... 1,000.00 1,000.00 Banking house, Due from Federal Reserve 2,700.00 Bank Due from approved reserve agents In New York, Chicago 174 40 and St. Louis .. Duo from approved reservo agents In other reserve cities 0,t64.8t.. 0,739.21 Due from other banks 8.21 ." and bankers -Fractional currency, .75.2 1 nickels and cents NotPS of other nation-a- l 195.00 banks Lawful Money Rbskrvb ik Bank : Total coin and cer6,049.55 tificates Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer (not - oi more tiun . 1.2BO00 circulation) .: ? The L. & M. pay car passe LIABILITIES. through this iiiorninz, stopping $25,000.00 Capital stojk paid in lonn enough to make the boy 8,000.00 Surplus fund... smilo a little. Undivided profits, ...1.B47.R8.. 1,047.80 notes Dr. Martin reports the birt Circulation $24,700X0 outstanding of a girl to the wife of Green Dividends unpaid ....1, C00. CO Demand Deposits: Lirrison, and also one to the wife Individual deposof Ed. Martin. its subject to 89,253.14 check, , air. Win. Waters, who ha Cashiers checks b'ensiek for sometime at th outstanding 316.24 h. une of Mr. Rucker, down towi Total demand de89,599.88 posits is reported better. Total $149,047.21 :.;!sbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb WsmWj.rtilis:, rr. mm .& CoDJTiffht 1111 by R. KBTnoldJ ZOMCCOCO. rS3 J. hps Buy Princm Albert tMqwtm tobacco it sold in toppy rod bags. Set tidy rod tins, 10c l handsome pound and d tin humidors and in that classy crystal-glapound humidor, with top that th tobacco in such gnat trim I half-pounss sponts-moittsn- R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY Wiiutoa-SaloBB, N. C G. W. Bush has moved his this week, looking after some store on Little Creek down to his. business matters and seainc his EP WORTH LEAGUE, old friends. Beattyvillo Enter otlor store on lower Ilardwick,s ement. Don't waste time Creek prise. suffer unnecessary hirony A few Martin. Following i tlio Program for the 'Hp Charlie Nelson ia going to Lex ' drops of Sloan's Liniment mi the Tho cold woatlier early in the worth League meeting4 at MethoMr. Albert Martin, of Clay dist church Sunday night, the ngton to locite. Charlie saya ho affected parts is all you nerd. at 6:10. week briught a good thicktiecs of City, visited his parents, Mr. and The pain t'oes at once. ico, and the young folks have is tired of these muddy roads- MUs lUith Katon. Loader: grateful sutferer writes: I Mrs. J. L. Martin, during the A 1'rujer. Sour. been having some excellent sport Who run blame him? wus suffering- for three weeks with lolidayp. Subject; skating on the ponds and the Aimi8emtnU that ajre worth while canal. Chrome. Kheumatimn and Stiff How to Cure Colds. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Martin Scripture Lew on: neck, although I, tried many med- entertained the young people Avoid exposure ami draft?, Eut Koch. 8:1 15, Some of our figures got slight icines, thor fulled, and I was uu Tuesday night, and a most enjoy. DIs- Forms of Amusements ; ly mixed lust week, and us a re- - right. TakeDr, Kirg's New der the care of a doctor. Fortu- time was spent, pulling candy. 1.. rn.. . jiovery. It is prepared from fine suit, the report, of the Olay Ojty Place of Amusement Jn the Nor. nately I heard of Sloan' LiniNational Bank was incorrect. W Tar, healing balsams and mild Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Norton eu Mfoj mat Sam Oarr. ment and after using it three or Dr, King's New Dis Whcra the Kvll entors: are running the correct form (n axutivea. four day? tun up and well. I am tertaiued a number of their covery kills and expels the cold Myrtle lurUer. Mm. this Issue. friends Friday, and all enjoyed empioyeii at me closest germs, soothes tho irritated throat . I. I Attituao of tho (Jhurch toward 1! was unniui dinner Hint iim)U. htore iuS. F. wheru lhovu,H Aiqusemeotoi. II. 0. Grabtree, Letcher R.vrd, the bustling aud allays ioflamation. It heals eiiiuloy from six to eight hundred served, Spout Spring merchant! returned the mucous membrane, Seareh hands and they surely will hear last Friday from Wolfe count v. as you will, you cannot find abet I nil tbout Sloan'x Lininuiif. i. ...... ,.,n II. Advertising lu Tlio Times w'U TUa PotaU to Remove 8Ulns. Uh "D ln im,iu ter cough apd cold remedy. lule of raw tulotoa. will pay you. If you don't believe U move italae trow the 'baud and alio stock for imims suitable for (ho us over io years is a guarantee , B. Smith, Sin Francisco, CJ.il. Jttei. 101.") At till Druggl.ss. from weolen fabrlee, let us convince! ypu by a trial. of satisfaction, Mt. Sterliug murket, As soon as an attack of Khfi'i inatlKm begins apply Sloan's Lin I, A. T. Whitt, Cashier or the above named bank, do solemnly swear that Mrs. Clav Williams and littl the above statement is true to the best Bi'V. Drak- - is visiting Z T, belief. frowdef) o'it last wpek. uuusit;r, rinunuv, rt--i urueu in of my knowledge and Whitt, Cashier. Mall aui tainjl . .... F A. T. '. ... ai.... C3t...J.. Subscribed and sworn to before rac ....,. j 1...... . ,,,'o.t ,, :,i, Forrest Martin w-- i in Rn.-sly-i wr, ivt".,"",njijrnwM 'vas in ornn- - ifHtfiim uu this llth day of January, 1910. I upinej'-pi i unav Saturday on i nnriren iTHnvan inn W. T. Adams, J. C. O. I 0. fnn Monday. .Imlge L. F. Mann, of Elkata hair, and removes dandrutt. It Is excel- ... i, Correct Attest : Wm. Allen and, son have re lent ror ralllmi nair ana wm mue noma WH I'fe ell here at tile Mettu and glossy. hair ) Geo lion, Mr. .1 B Norton visited his scalp.softnot sticky or It wilt not color the w. reasy. ana aoesnoi orlist church, morning and night turned from TonnesMO. Is Jno. D. Atkinson, Directors. rmMit on" Millers Creek, Thurs James B. Hall, ) on the otn bunuay in tins tiiontt Belah t?jjiy th will leave Mon day (luv rSIiddletown, .Ohio. E S Herringtnn, who hF Virgil Ron captured severa VAUGHN'S MILL. Mr. .Too riolmaii wnt in WinIi. M. Morion Hold his crop o been cashier in the Fearsite "flice prizes at the annual corn show Iiu8i-np- s . tobacco at an average of Jo centa chester a few. days ago on "Mice thev located here, esiirned during Farmers Week, takin Mrs. Anna French is quite his position this week and left fori nearly all t'i ribbon on exhib Will Martin has moved to the Mattio Todd has lu grippe. Mrs. D. W. Martin ha been Johnson City, Tenn.,' where he its fur this district farm he recently purchased near J. F. Smith spent Sunday witlfreal Pick for the past week hut has accepted a lucrative portion Bowen. W. M. Line, draughtsman at J.;W. Mize He irt succeeded in hi duties is rapidly recovering. Elbert Crowe, R-- Allen und the Fearsite Company office, has hero by J. R MoCutchenn. J. W. Mize's family is down . Born to the w"fp of Wayne Itx'iioy Allen; were in town one been at his homo in Lexington with la grippe. Bowen, n son. Dep. 27. Mother dm last week on business. for some lav, undergoing treat Miss Hoy! Mizo spent Sunday and baby doing nicely. then np roar Torpid tlver. inent for tonsilitis. ine miys tuvo neon running with her cousin, Mattio Mize. To keep your liver, active use H"V ral foxes the past week, and Miss Florence Hnlman spent Mrs. Webb, of Oldtown, Ky., Miss Kuth Davis has gone to Bin ler Randalls had a had tall Christmas with her cousin, Mjss Dr. Kina'H New Life Pills. They who has been staying with her insuro good digestion, relieve daughter, Mrs. D. H. Matherly, Berea to school, for the winter v'i i h one. trying if Mabel Norton, of Winchester. constipation, aud ' tone up the for the past term. weeks, iv.-- n T'le dani'H it the home Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Morton whole system keep your eye to her homo few Friday. returned Ella Crowo bought of to in Mc- last of Clayton Po v.'l wis a very en were the (ieti of Mr. and Mrs. clear and vour skin fredi und Ksuney, one 8 year old Ally, for R. 0. Crowe Saturday pight aud healthv looking, v Only 25o at H. O. Crabtree, of Clay City, his daughter. i. Sunday. has been in town several dirye your Dniugist. fir Rheumatism. ROSSLYN. jy hlH afFiir, a deliuhffu tm w8 RECIPE FOR GRAY HAIR water add 1 oz. Bay Rum. a small .box of Barbo Compound. a n.. . 11 Ih. hair twice a week unui it becomes me acsiroa hade. Any drugglst,ipan put tma up or you can mU It ut home" at very little cost. Pull directions (or maVlnir and USO como ... n encn oox ui To half pint of The minting at the Methodist church, whigh was.'conducted by Bro. Wlrcman and Kirk, closed last Saturday ::i lit.. -- Total $149,917.24 Statu of JxBXTpoKY, CODNTt OK ?OWKW., ss: ,,,, i,, lutuiwar ill.-Mrs- - . Masters Bert and James Hoi. mi n spout the holidays with their and emndpureiits, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. . . - I S .