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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): February 10, 1916 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1916 cla1916021001_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.): February 10, 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. If I 4 IJlJCi M. P. O'MARA, . CLAY lU ! TIMES. U Edker We are Here to Help Cay City, tfw WriuwIfHg Ctwrfry ami Owsetves. PU1USHE0 EVERY THURSDAY. VOL. XXI; OLAY CITY, KIT., THUIXAjt FEMUARY' 0 Bonds JO, J90. Why You NO. t ' 3TANT0N. (By P. O. Derthick.) Herb.ilall of Jackson was hero Tues day on business. Mrs. w. R.Catron mado a business tVip'to ijowert Tuesday. Mr. Hubble, the fruit tree man, was hero last week on business. Bill 8cott is ablo to do some work sinco his stroke of paralysis. Bin Ilatton of Cowen, visited friends on Hatton Creek, this week. Miss Mamie Dcrickson is visiting in Lexington, this week with Mrs. Cad DerTckson. Pearslte Company Is To vote dm A petition bearing tho requisite number of prpperfy owners in t.htf county was presented to tho county court t.8tanton Monday, and a vdte wlT. be taken in about sixty days toiotermino whother or not" the people of the cdunty will havo goosj rbads bailr. This is tho third timo thatsuoh a petition, has .been circulated, the first one being, faulty in that it contained the names of. other than properly owners, and the second one being killed after be ing prcsented to the court and the date for election Set, by failure to advertise, this boing due to the four! order being wrongly drawn up. This petition however, is" correctly drawn, and tho court order was likewise cor rect ; and there seems little doubt at this time but that, it will be Awaiting Material Married In Alabama Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Jordan arrived here Sunday from Bessemer, Aid., whero thoy wero mar-riolast Wednesday at tho hemo of tho bride, who was Mies Mat-tiBelle Garris. Mr. Jordan is one of the enginoera eonuoctcd with tho I'earsite Company, and during the short time he has been hero has made many friends 'who are extending congratulations to the young couplo. Mr. and Mrs. Jordan are domiciled for tho present at tho Clay City Hotel, but expect to start housekeeping in tho spnns. d e Should Vote For The Road Bonds Miss Cap! tola Btewart of tfada spent Friday night with her school friends, the Daniel girls. Kusiell Morris is past the crisis in his pneumonia fever and will get well if there is nisot back, WmGhilders of Pilot was visiting his friend, Rev. Sherman Robbing, of Hatton Greek, last week.Misses Maude Boone and Anna Clark spent over Sunday with Mrs. Minnie Faulkner atDundee. - ofthe-Europea- Rev. WmKirk and Bro. Mareuin hold a splendid meeting at tho Hatton Creek, Sunday-morninand night. John Hanks and wife and children of Winchester, visited the family of Tom lidofle this week, returning home Tuesday. Mrs. Tim Ilatton, of Hatton Creek, whrfafts'kad alongteiK& of sickness, iksJawly scttveriajttat b ope will During the pdst few weoks a number of men bavp been laid off at tho l'earsito works owing to a shortage of material usod in tho construction of their build, Owing to tho European ings. war, building material, particu larly Bteel, is very hard to obtain.. and delivery of crders is uncerAs soon as the material, tain. which has been ordered for weeks, arrives here all tho men will be put back to work. In the meantime, the laboratory staff has been added to and the actual manufacturing of dyes goes on day and night, and orders aro being received which keeps tho plant workiHsr to capacity. As soon ae it is definitely known whether or not Congress will protect the dye industry from foreign competition at the close war,' the sizeof plant hero will be determined. the Several moro. retort were received here this week, and will be put into operation at once, and as soon an;t he- - steel required for the buildings arrives, everything will be humming again. sev-er- al u There aro many reasons why every citizen of the county should voto in favor of the road bosdsi, and wo think that nearly all who use our roads realize that somo-- . thing should be done. Only si few days ago we heard a phys ician who has practised in thie. . county for a number of years and who is held in tho greatest esteem by Ilia fellow citizens, state that if tho bonds wero not voted and no road 8 wero built, that ho te voted on and pass by a good ma jority. Several of (hose interested in better roads for our county have put in a great deal of work in getting this issue before the people and a groat deal of credit is due them. Those who, perhaps, took thelarcest share of the work of circutatinghe petition were j- - f would be compelled to leave Powell county and go el ewhero. And who could blamihim for his acOld Timer Here tion should he leavo here? Wc happen to know that only a few Mr. J. D. McKiuney, of Hudnignts ago this same phystcixn son, III., paid a pleasant visit to answered a call that demanded The Times office Tuesday, on his immediate attention and neary way to Spout Spring, to visit his Inst his life in struggling through brother, Thomus Mckinney, who some of the mudholes on one f has been ill for some time. Mr. the most traveled roads in the McKinney has been living in HU nuns for the past 84 years, at county. Then, again, we noticed one of though ho makes periodical trips our best farmers, who each year to his old home here. This year raises a crop of tobacco, trying to lie lias rented air his farm land get that crop to market. Ah out and is taking a well earned rest Ho has been visiting rela- every ono knows, there are certain tiaies when tobacco must be tives in Clark for the past few put on the market if it is to bring weeks. ttiVbeftt price, and this man bad -is wf t grud, who looked after, the lower Mra. Callie Davis and her daughter, end of the county-- ; T. E. Burgher Paulina, returned last week from a The State Farmers Institute and J. M. Kennotf, who worked ftuver&l days' visit in Lexington with which meets uext Tuesday, Wed this section, and Dr. I. W. John' Mr. and Mrs. Capt. Brodshaw. nesday, and Thursday at Frank sou, of Stanton, who has been an Wilson Brannon of Hardwicks Creek and Miss Mattio Ilatton of Hatton fort, promsie to be ond of the indefatigable worker in. the upCreek, were married several days ago, best meetings ever held by that per end. There are many others, and are housekeeping on llardwjcks. body. The program ib an excel- also, who devoted considerable Creek. J lent one. and embraces talks on timo to this, but these men apy subjects of great import- - pear to have taken the greatest An Announcement - UD WiUIr .k.i.tH.iA will Mima nf i !... MIOWWVU ..... . . U . lIltiirtllB a nee to farmers. interest,' and to them u larger tivo o'clock every day, the closing hour measure of credit is due. designated by the Department being . iitthal'ust-ofllcol.nian, w 'crir' it. wMorofnrTjf' uW-'Eui- b irrPC-iv- Leasing Oil Lands ..' lit Washington. Hov. Sherman Robbing Buying More Hogs left Saturday D. It. Daniel this week bought for Carter" county whoro ho.oxpects to hold a meeting near Ollvo Hill. Rev. of Robert Conlce, forty head of Wm. Kirk loft Tuesday for tho same hogs, paying 0.25 for them. They place where ho will assist Bro. Rob-bin- s will averago about 18& pounds. in tho meeting. Asa Jones,, Belmont Morton and Frank Ilatton left last Saturday for Mlddletown, Ohio, where they expect to get work in tho mills. Wm. Brewer accompanied them to Middlotown but expects to go to Indianapolis thnla&t nftliu'wcok. Cordio Powcjl also loft on tho same.dily for Indianapolis where hu hara position. - Stanley Refuses to Pardon Bootlegger Governor Stanley lust week refused to grant a pardon to George M. Kiddle, of Union coun ty, convicted of bootlegging and sentenced on two counts to pay a tine and servo ten days in jail on each count. Kiddle was a personal friend of Governor Stanley's, and fully expected to be pardoned. In refnping to graut executive clemency Governor Stanley said that his in was to soe that tho oxistsng liquor laws were enforced, as far us' they concerned him, and ho ten-tion Up at Stanton Monday practically every landowner from the upper end of the county was busy talking about, the prospects tor oil in that section. In appears that nearly all the avail ible land has been leased for drilling purposes by various oil compunies," and the sinking of test wells is being awaited with great interest. Machinery is now being brought in and a number of wells Should the are being planned. field develop into a valuable dno, it will meau a great deal to the county, and wo trust that several good wells will bo located fore long. be- To Settle Estate to hirear extra. team-4ndriver to get bis load (b whor the Clark couuty pike adjoins this county. We don't know what ho paid fur this extra tenm but from seeing the shape they were in on their roturn we venture to say that if was more than the extra road tax would amount to. To the aver age farmer who has just the ordi nary amount of traveling to do on the roads, the extra taxes, on account of the bonds would bo no more than tho oxtra wear and tear is now on his wagons and teams. Think it over and if you are opposed to the issuanco of bonds to build pikes in Powell county como to our office uud wc will tell you twenty more good reasons why you should bo iu favor of d Tho estate bf the lato James Combs, who died about a year ago, will bo sold at tho Combs place near West Bend, on Thursday, Fob. 17, by Arthur Comb?, (Continued on last page) Administrator. pikes. Mr. Baker, of the Farmers' Union Store, was a guest at tho hospitable homo of J. G Rogers, the Orvillo Hiloy, cook at the other night. Thoy had music and Home Restaurant, has severed suiging and a thoroughly enjoy- his connection with it, and left able time. for Jacksonville, Fla., Monday. SAVE MONEY You can save a nice sum by. buying a Meal Ticket. Ask us about them. The Home Restaurant. I' Good, n Home Cooked Meals and Quick Service., Lunches "and Short Orders. 9 believed that only by so doing, could the joul value of tho local option laws be brought out. He also stated that he believed jail sentence to be much mora effective as deterrents than lines would be, and gave the. impression that it would bo no use for auyono to ask a pardon for a breach of tho liquor laws. I Start Right. Begin the New Year by coming to our store to get your needs supplied. Our stook is Fresh and Good, Buys Good Farm Carter Koynolds has purchased the 100 acre farm on tho Spout Spring road known us tho Niblack place, paying 81,000. for ,it. Mr. Reynolds will build u house, on tho place and move there in the fpnng. And our Prices are Right. A. F. JohnsQn, Clay City, Prop. Henry Waldron WALTERSVILLE, KENTUCKY i 0- ti' THE TIMES. Health is Basis of All Content The Hair sicfc Woman For dood Bartering Try THE WINCHESTER BANK, CLEANING ; I AND A. P. Johnson , of "Winchester, Capital Stock Surplus and Undivided Ky. $100,000 $200,000 , PRESSING. f- - am ready to. do your Cleat, Good A Democratic Newspaper Eighteen Yetrs OM The Best Weekly In this Section. To Happiness Editor Is a Stranger nan or In the old stand, next to the Red River Hotel. ing and Pressing. wcrk Profit M. P. O'Mara A HOME-MA- DE PAPER. THURSDAY, FEB. 10, 1910 What chance has a bachelor got, anyway? Bannie Tabor, of Rowan county, has introduced a bill to tax every unmarried man, whose income is at least $000, ten dollars for each year he remains unmarried; and, not satisfied with that, the County Judge and County Olerk of Fayette have conspired to encourage the fair sex by offering: free licenses and free weddings to the couples wlin will admit that thu lady "popped the question." Governor Stanley made several friends a few dayn a so when to pardon Alexander, the For fine Watch and Clock Paris banker, who was convicted last year for wreckiug a Paris REPAIRING bank, and for whose pardon sev or any work in my line, I will eral petitions have been presented. Governor Stanley reviewed be glad to haveyou call on me the cape thoroughly, but after finding out that widows,, orphans S. V. LARISON and needy ones had all been rob' bed by Alexander, Iih declined to Clay Gty, Kentucky grant him executive clemency H id a piirdon been granted, i women today. .ItH velFe ct in like liftintK jour. would h.tve been uiliit mi Stan spirits gently back to the level of ley's ailminismtiou that it would the world's happiness that rests take vears to er.ist WHEN YOU WANT on health. A SHAVE OR HAIR OUT Tanlac'inay bo obtained now In his refusal lo grant a pardon OR ANY to George H. Uiddlf, of Union in Stanlon, &y , at Hardwiok & Co's , and in Clay City, at Fatnn County, who is a ervoiiiil friend TONSORIAL WORK of rlie G"Vrnor, Mr. Stanley and RleGulre'fi, where its proper CALL ON shows that it 4U8 not an election riei are cheerfully explained to H. H. PHERIOO. Bering Hcheiue when he said he ali callers. uni would uphold the cifiint believing that the proper en AIN'T THAT THE TRUTH? forceuient of ir would regulate the liquor tralfio sufficiently. It The editor of a country newsw in a tavorite cry with our Ke paper recently offered a prize for he the beet answer to t tie conunpublican brethren before oleu'iou that Stanley would let drum: "Why ia a newspaper like the county unit la wgo to grass woman?" The prizo was DroD- 6hculd he be elected, but his ac orly awarded to a married lady tlou in this reiiard shows that he who sent in this answer: "Be TRACY HTOKELY meant what hesuid- - Mr. Stan cause every iiihii should have ine ley may be against prohibition and not be running after Ins but. if he will show those who arb neighbor's." Real Estate and Insurance. convicted for violations of the Wo Buy and Sdl Farm and City liquor Jaw that they will not be Idea Compflrat'x 'd. Property of all kinds. We hnve some pardoned without gondcuse, we That a patent (or a aciv.w. propelled nice farms in Clark and adjoining. feel that he is doing as much as steam vessel bad been Issued as tar back as 1803 recently was discovered counties, for sale or rent. Write us any prohibitionist could do. Id the French patent offlce. Contentment is the very es-- . senco of 'happiness. But to bo contented, or happy, if you will, one must first have good health. Our supremo toast to the ono wo admire is "Health, wealth and happiness," and tho key stone is health. So many persons complain of being nervous and run down. This is the age of speed, we haven't time to care for ourselves. These run down men and women are not exactly sick, but just tired out, languid or maybe most of the time. Their business, their home and their life suffer. They need something to build them up, something to throw off these symptoms of a weakened debilitated condition produced by either mental or physical overwork or by tho abuse of a vital organ more often the stomach than any other, That something has been found It is Tnnlac. A tonic of rare properties, an appeetizer and general invigorant that rids the system of congestion, tones up the stomach, overcoming indigestion, headaches, backaches, of food, 'nerv ousness, dizziness, ailments of ksdue.VM and liver, and the com plaints that are so common to the half sicK, debilitated men and good-for-nothi- Shampooing and Scalp Treatment N. Holly "Withcrspoon, President. W. It. Sphar , Cashier. YOUR ACCOUNT SOLICITED. POWELL & JACKS0K Writers of ail Kinds of Fire, Life. Tornado, Lightning and Hail Insurance.. We are also agents for the Illinois Surety Company and are prepared to do a general Bonding business. POWELL & JACKSON Sam W. Powell Winchester LInvllle Jackson " guaranteed and charges reasonable. Orders left with J. Bloom will receive prompt attention. JAMES WILLIAMS. It Always Helps says Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., in writing of her experience with Cardul, the woman's tonic. She says further: "Before I began to use Cardul, my back and head would hurt so bad, I thought the pain would kill me. I was hardly able to do any of my housework. Alter taking three bottles of Cardtii, I began to feel like a new woman. I soon gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework, as welt as run a big water milt. I wish every suffering woman would give Offlce In Court House. Kentucky TREES. Fruit and Ornamental trees, As- Shrubs, Qrupe Vines, Rhubarb, paragus, Peonies, Phlox, Roses, etc. EVERY THING FOR ORCHARD. LAWN AND GARDEN. NO AGENTS CARDUI The Woman's Tonic I feel ut a trial. I still use Cardul when and it always does me good." a little bad, FREE CATALOGS H. F. Hillenmeyer Lexington, Sons. Ky. & Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness, feelings, etc., are sure signsirf womantired, worn-oly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's tonic. You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing women for more than fifty years. Get a Bottle Today I I( TEN YEARS AGO 'I f What did, you think you would be.sworth 'tdMy? DldrVt have much idea, did ' you? But you were sure you would be pretty well fixed financially. 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? . . la, DRINK. It should have been I your first lesson Clay City National Bank Pays 3 per cent compound in terest on SAVINGS Senator J Will Clay, who rep resents Bourbon, Clark and Mont gomery, three "dry" counties, in the Kentucky Senate, ia getting a lot of hot shot fired at him over hiii vote on thu question of (ho submission of a statewide prohi bition amendment to the people. Mr. Clay knows, and has known for some time, the feelings of his constituents, on this question, ffluit you want. We write all kinds of Insurance. Sciatica's Piercing Pain To kill the nervo pains of Sciatica you can always depend on Sloan's Liniment. It pene trates to the eet of pain und brings easo as 60on as applied. A grent comfort ton with Sloan's is that no Jobbing is required. Sloan's Linimont is invaluable for stopping muscular or ncrvo pain of any kind. Try it at- onco If you suffer with Rheumatism, Lumbago, .Sore Throat, rain m chest, Sprains, Bruises, etc. It is excellent for Neuralgia und Headache. 25c, at all druggists. Whether or not whisky .shall be sjiipped into dry territory, and " TRACY AND ST0KELY. Offlce, Main Street, Winchester, Ky. STANTON Student Admitted COLLEGE, KY. STANTON, The t Any Time r but ho' deliberately turned them down and lined up with the iiq uor people. Thereforo ho de serves, all he gets, and from what hu own popple ire. saving of him, ho will feet n plenty. " We were glad to notfeo how Dr. Evans, stood on this question, wjs.!eg anil lfWi lie Irpspgcrd-thof those who voted for him. It is o more than right that the peoplo o the State frliould have' n chance to vote on the hfatewide quetion ra'ifu" say e Presbyterian Church What It Is , One of the Best Schools in Kentucky. Courses in 'Agriculture arid Domestic Science. Review Clawcj in the Common Branches will be Concluded throughout the Tera. . And .Five Cents One Dollar What It Teaches, Single Copies Fifty Copies Por Sale By By paying part of their Expenses in Work, Students rjiay get Kates at the Dormitory as low as $l.5o per Week. For Information Write to cannot understand air Clay's attitude when wo consider that Democracy .mentis that the peo plo shall rule. we L. F. M&1W J A&tksr -- GlayCIty, Ky1 Rev. J. C. Hanley, President, Stanton, Ky. iMt SAW A NEGLECTED SPECiES : for last week.) Willis Niblack sold a mule t Winchester parties for $100. Several from this placo attend (Too lntc etl court Little Robbie Pointed Out One Which Certainly the Hy Couldn't Do. Ihlnj T r ATA. at Winchester Momlaj. new teachei was going almost too In the opinion of some persons, the far Misses Annionnd Lola Niblnck started for Ouklnnd, III. Friliy. Asa Niblack bought from Winchester parties a horse, for 8110. D. .11. Berry is preparing to a dwelling house on his farirf at this place. Mr. Begley and eon, of O.vslov-couritwere "in this neighborhood Friday, looking for a farm. y, Frank Spry sold his farm to Thomas Vivion of Kiddville, for The farm consisted of $1,500. tibont 44 acre9. Mr. Spry will leave in a 6hort .time for some points in Ohio. For, Children's Yon Cough cannot rise anything better for your child's cough and cold than Dr. King's New Dis oovery. It is prepared from Pine Tar. mixed with healing and soothing balsams. It does not contain anything harmful ant i spehtly laxative, just enough to expel the poisons from the system. Dr. King's New Discovery is antiseptic kills the cold germs raises the phlegm loosens the BURY ST. EDMUNDS FORTIFIED! cough and soothes the irritations English City Has Long Figured a One vnn'i .put on ireaimeni. uougn of the Most Important of the Island Centers. often lead to serious lung troubles. It is also good for adults Germany will find no difficulty in and the aged. Get a bottle describing Bury St. Edmunds as a All Druggists. fortified place. Its ffame gives it to-da- in her attention to nature stndy. However, the children appeared to enjoy it nil, and so far no parents had made open objections to the little talks on birds, insects and flowers with which the teacher" diversified the routine of school work. So all went along quite comfortably until the afternoon, when the fly and the flea-- were tip for consideration, says the Youth's Companion. Following the teacher's lead, the children had all grown enthusiastic over the astonishing acrobatic abilities of the fly all except Jtobbi'c Slay, who for some time had been staring moodily at his desk, casting only occasional glances at the teacher, and those unmistakably sullen. It became so noticeable, by the time they were all admiring the fact that the fly can walk on the ceiling, that the teacher paused and turned to the boy. "What is the trouble, Bobbie?" she inquired. "Aren't you listening? Aren't you interested in the talk?" "Yc-es," granted Robbie, reluctantly polite. Then, wanning up. "but I bet a fly can't hang by his knees, and every ioy in school can do it. all 'cept Laurie Lee, and he's had the diphfhery V HARD WICK & COMPANY Semi-Annu- al Clearance Sale. al I ' t ? t f t Y Now is the time and this is the place to save money on your purchases. Our semi-annuclearance sale is Y 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. ? f f T Y f Below is a list of the lines on which have made the greatest cuts: You who appreciate bargains, listen, for have i 3 cut the price half-in-tw- o on Queen Quality Walk-Ove- patent leather shoes for women, r -- f T f V ? i Y patent leather shoes for men and on all other brands of patent leather shoes for women, misses and boys. Also on a lot of womens, wo- 2 y. misses and boys gun metal and tan shoes, away. Bury St. Edmunds wasf known of old as St Edmunds Bury Good "strong town" of that the castle '? Counties king of Eastor Anglio whq was. put to death by (he Danes in 850; and so Board of Directors of became n saint. The six pioils priest? Montgomery County Fair he'd a who decided to perpetuate his memmeeting a short time since, tn ory were the unconscious founders of decided to hold their exhibition a town and an abbey that afterward on July 19, 20, 21 and 22. S .me became the greatest ecclesiastical essplendid stakes are offered, and tablish mrnt in all England, except Glastonbury. Leland, an eyewitness it is paid that the Fair will I e of its splendors, nssnrcs us "that the one of the best ever held ther. sun hath not shone on a town more The Directors of the (Jlnrk delightfully situated, wih a small County Fair also met. and decid- river flowing on the eastern part, or ed to hold their Fair on July 20. a monastery more illustrious, whethMayor Matlack.. er wc consider its wealth, its extent, 27, 28 and 20. of Winchester, was elected Pres- or its incomparable magnificence" Yon might indeed Fay that the ident, and E. E. Looinis, who made such a success of t ho Fair monastery itself is a town, so many gates there are, so many towers, and last year, was again chosen a church than which none can be more magnificent; and subservient to which are three others, also splendidMany People Dam't Know ly adorned with admirable workmanship, all standing in one and the A sluggish livef cau cause a same churchyard. London person an awful lot of misery. Fairs for Other headache, Spells of dizziness, constipation and biliousness are sure eigns that your liver needs help. Take Dr. King's Now Life Pills and see how they help tone up the whole system. Fine for lliu stomach too. Aids digestion. Piirsfles the. blood and clears- the complexion. Only' 26c at your - CHEERFUL PEDESTRIAN3. Auto accidents multiply, especially ou Sunday. When the machines were first introduced they seemed likely to kill all the pedestrians, but now the owners are' killing themselves much faster than they are killing us. If the statistics continue we shall be ahead in the game ultimately. Frcdonia fN. Y.) Censor. HUMANITY'S Druggist. have recently added some type and equipment to our office,-- aud we are now prepared to turn out any kind of job work for yo7 on short notice. Whcn'you want ' that next lot of printing done, give us a chaiico at if before sending it out of the county. AVe i t t t t t t f t t t ? t Y Y Y Y t t mens. 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 bargain corner up stairs. Are also making large cuts on a lot of dry goods, mens and boys leggins, mens, womens and boys sweaters, mens and boys hats, dress caps and work caps, mens two piece suits of Wrights Health underwear, womens neckwear, wool and cotton dress goods, it mens corduroy pants and work suits, boys over coats. Y Hardwick & Co STANTON' KENTUCKY l0 SPLENDID FUTURE. t t now rlnk In Humanity. Humanity la, bard to convince," Advertising in Tho Times w'U eald'OUncle. Kbea. "You'a never ovea latWIed dat you's done had a good pay you. If you don,'t liclievc h' UsiiOB a (rip 'tilt you'i hid a photo gra&h took so's you kin ae fobyoh- - let us convince you by a trial. . Potato, to The Juice of raw potato will reBank deeds for sale at. The move stain from the bonds' and alio (row woolta fakrlo. TWs office, 5 ecuts each. v "Don't you care for the opinion of posterity?" "Yes," replied Senator Sorghum. "But after eugenics produces a. race of perfect human beings 1 don't believe that there Is any chance of this generation's being able to command anything from posterity more than tolerating pity." . RICHMOND, KY. TEACMEKS SCHOOL A rirmentnrv, Intcrmetliato cuil ttl o t;-- '' tj Y.ihJ in til l'ubliuHcLooUcf Ufo M.J tCi..i' .". Mt.lal I'onnw r.tidjtcvlew Course. Tuition l:iUt AppilliUi-B- . Two tlrnlltl ilormltoriw, new l-Km-iinL- I v, J r Remova-Stalns- . ' .Iuiuiarv2", 1 '"irihT-'r.liilin It. ataloyuo l.pi-i- r lURuuat trinlng bulMing, practice fit iiurlrulturv, a well equipped tr(ui!nu-i- ( l.yiiiint1 m. Ih'turro flint Trnn OoRins ti(.-iiii- r KiivcuiIkt 10. Tlilnl Term 7. tiToiiil tiioC'lrcliiM i. CJtAY HAIR. RCCIPC To half pint of water a&4 1 o. Bar Rum. a small box ot Bubo Compound, sad it os. ot glycarias. Awlr to U balr twlca & week until It bseemaa the dealrl abade. Any drurgtst can put tbl up or you can mix it at noma at very UHU cost. Full directions for taaklax aad uaa corolla aca box of Qarbo Compound. It will gradually darken streaked, faded cray hair, and removes dandruff. It Is excellent for falUna hair and wilt make harsh hair soft aad alossy. It will not color tlis seafc Is not sticky or creasy, and dota not rub off. " ' opens 1(. April. . bummer lrclii(. j. mwui;, 1, 'iriu School Old TimM Oft. Fapri for Sale at The . - IOOU, Miss Heltic Blair, of Morchcad is visiting Mrs. A. T. Wh.tt. - Strikes it Rich disd ( .. ' cpwonn .League rrogram ' 1- Sunday, Jan. r. ' , In-Memo- o'f Willie Combs. 13, Mid. STANTON. ' (Continued from Flint Page) m " Arthur Combs, of West Bend was in town oil business Monday Mr. Hi (3t. Gnrrett, of Winches tcr, was here on business during the week. D. H. Matherly filled his regu lar appointment at Speedwell last Sunday. A handsome ten pound boy was born last week to Mr. and Mrs. 0. 11. Mize, of Heidelburg Allen Daniel, .who throw his arm out a few weeks ago, has now almost completely recovered Mr. and Mrs. 0. F. Tomlinson and baby were down from Nadu Sunday, to visit Mr. and Mrs Wm. Johnson. Mrs. J. U. McOormick, of Launce in northern Michigan, daughter of Jep Smyth, of this city,, is viniting relatives here, entiling over from Irv.ino where s'io visited hur sister for somo weeks. She will leave for h.or home, about. .thciirst of next inontll. Mr. McUorunck was formerly in mill work here wjth M. II. Courtney and others, and uf WngersVllfe, in I'tlll, with There will bo preaching SunMr. and Mrs. Robert Coulee at the Chridtiau church by are going to start housekeeping the pastor, Rev. Oloo Purvis. as soon as they can get some coal. The Endeavor meeting will be A. P. Johnson who was serious in charge of the married ladies, Dr. Martin reports the birth nf It seems that there is a scarcity ly ill for several days last week Two Newx Papers and everybody is cordially invit a datighter io the wife of Mr. N of tjiat precious commodity these For Winchester ed to attend. is now greatly improved, and cold days. In the meantime they M. Curtis. able to bo out. aro 6taying on the farm with Mr. Jas. Bloom has improved his Coulee's T. Sanders Orr, of Harrods father. VAUGHN'S- MILL. store building by putting eave Mrs. N. O. Walters and little burg-- , who recently sold his paper Mr. and Mrs. Yates, of Glen-cairtroughing on it. son, Earl, of Winchester, spent there is arranging to start a Re George Hall is quite ill at this have come to Hat ton Creek a few days this week, with Mss publican weekly, in Winchester, writing. The old L. & A. depot at Irvine to hold a series of meetings. They tiu fir a rf t it nrA ! i ono ilootrnimrl Walters' mother, Mrs. Hocken and has about completed arrange . are denouncing all the churches : r . F. Smith Hpent bunday with heimer. ments to start publishing on ' ary orgin, Monday night. uhd everybody that belongs to a "' AsaTodih , March 1st. H The Directors of the' Day Lum church classifying them aS vipers Mrs. Harmon Hall haS been Mr. Kerstetter, Sup6rintenden Lucieu Beckner, one of the ber & Coal Co. held, their regular and hypocrites aud villifyirig ev of the Orphans' Home, cut his nest known newspaper men in down with crip. annual iueeting.here Tuesday. erybody on Hattoti freek. face rather badly by running in the tfluegruss, is also preparing Mrs. J. W. Mize, who has been Judge Shackelford opened his Walter Thacker visited in to a wire fence while chasing one to launch a Republican- weekly ill with grip fur some time, is .'first court in Madison count v last Richmond over Sunday. We won- of the cows. in Winchester, and will probably now improving Monday. Theroisonly alight der why Waiter went all thovay send-ouLis firjt edition in about Miss Carrie Crowe haw been docket to Richmond to attend church. Mr. Mere, who lust a leg in three weekx. visiting h brother. Lntni, at Oh yes; we remember that sevrailroad accident at neon, some DS, Leve, was hero Stanton for the past three weeks Wednesday, to time ago, is reported to be get attend his sister eral of the school teachers of Dr. Bell's Pnerrooey ting along very well. We hope is the intention of tho oi Mrs. T. J. Kirk, who has been ill Powell county are attending the It to see him out shortly. State Normal there and Walter men who have land leased hero foi some timo-witla grippe For your ohl, for your cough, is quite interested in the school. to start drilling within a tfhort Mrs. . P. O'Mara will return Mrs. Turner McQuire, Supt tor your feverish throat, nose time.. Splendid .prayer meetings are this week from Jackson, where of the Methodist Sunday School ii lid head, use Dr. Bell' Pine Honey soothes the Walk barnett h'N rented "Am she has been attending hnr fath being held at the Christian church entertained iiue of the classes at her home Friday evening. Al irritation. Pine Tar cuts the brose Barnefi'ri house- on. Frames er, J. L. Hagins, who was injur on Wednesday night and at tho phlegm, thus rolievingcongestion Branch and will go,r hnusekeep ed by a fall a few weeks ago. Presbyterian church jtn Friday reported a delightful, time. Pino Tar also acts as an antisept ing soon. night. The at. eudanoe is increas tton. h,, li. MoUlone. who is Jesse McCutcheon, and family, ic, as a result general relief fol Fairly good prices were rwiliz representing thw district in tho ing at both places and great in of Beattyville, have moved ty lows, breathing becomes easier ed Duuaway sale on Little Legislature, was in town Tues terest is taketi by those who this place and will make their am' further inflammation is ar Creek. Cottage prayer meeting One work mule sold for day attending the meeting of the come. home here, having rented Hurry rested. Insist on Dr, Bell's Pine $00, one mare, are being held every Tuesday $55; one cow, Day Coal & Lumber Co. Direct It is an ideal treat Russell's house, we are giiid to $45; me C mouths old calf, 8210; ors. Mac says things are running night in the wqst end of town, ment. 'Price 25c. welcome them to (Jlay City. and the household furniture smoothly at Frankfort aud that out toward Verleu SuowdenV, to brought guod priced. Mr. Geo. E. Motch, of Win No corn they are getting right down to which all are invited to attend. who calls on the mer cheater, For The Booze Fighter was sold business now. It all the Repro Thero was a large crowd in . t enanrs nere twice a moutli, was sematives were as good men as County Court, Monday, and great here Tuesday, but was unable to For the mairied man who can this district has, we would have interest was taken in the- propos Honesty Is Rare. make his calls outside of town not get aiong without drjnk, the less to worry adout, and there ed road bond issue about to' bo To be honest as the world goes is owing to the bad condition of the following is suggested us a means to be one man picked out of ten thou would not be, as much talk about voted on. The required number roads. of names to the petition calling of freedom from bondage to the sand. Shakespeare: "Hamlet." graft in the Legjslaf tire. for an election was secured with uuoert uurry, ot .Nicholas saloons: Blank deeds for salo at The out trouble. Start, a saloon in your own It will be a groat county, .formerly of this place, Clay City Construction Ce. Times office, 5 cents each. muse., lie the only customer; lay for Powoll when she will came upon a visit to his old home CUy City, Ky. lave piked roads from onoend of the other day, and like other good you'll have no license to pay. INFORMATION WANTED. Qo to your wife and give her the county to tho other. Good citizens, dropped into the Times two dollars to buy a gallon of Contracting Brick Layers.-roads are badly needed everyLittle Lemuel Say, paw? office to see that his subscription Ne whiskey, and remember there where. We are paying a road Paw Well, what is it son? was paid in advance. Urge-Ne- ne tee small drinks in a gallon. jeb tee are sixty-nin- e Little Lemuel Are tho Sandwich tax to help other people build Qwir.g to the illness of A. P. Islands made of ham or beef? Buy your drinks from noono but roads to their counties and wo Johnson and the absence from our wife, and by tho timo the Estimates Furnished get no benefit from this tax. Let town fit Dr. Martin, the, Town THAT DEPENDS. first gallon is gone she will have ub take this tax and built' tor Satisfaction Guaranteed Board hold nn'meeting last Frieight dollars to put in the bank "Aren't all patriots ready to sorre ourselves. day nighty and a special called and two dollars to start business tneir country, par' meeting was held Tuesday night gam. Should you live ten ye.jrs "Sure, my boy, if the salary is a Qreat Esenylsfs Pseudonym. to ullow the regular salary bills. nd sufficient inducement." continue to buy boozo from Joseph Addison, the English essay day n, Mr. J. M. Kennon, who has covered a rich quarry of crystal-izelimc8tono on his place on Hardwcks Greek, has a gang of men at work uncovering the quar ry to find the extent of it, and from present indications the supply aypears to be inexhaustible, As soon as the roads are in shape for heavy hauling, or when the piko is built, Mr. Kennon will start a number of men and teams at hauling to the railroad, where tho stuff is worth $15.00 per ton A large quantity of It will be used by tho Pearsite Company at their plant hero and the balance will be shipped. One contract that Mr. Kennon has, cat's for the delivery of twenty tons a day and this will mean a lot of work for local meu and teams. Whut with this mine, the oi wells that are being drilled and the work being done by the Pear site Co., and the Brodhead-Gar- reo Co., it looks as though Powel county would be a veritable hive of industry in the neav future. Here's hoping. Stewardship. Subject Loader: Mr. Joe Mount.. Song. Illblo Lesson : God's Gift .or Light ; Gon. 116-1- 9. 1'rnyer. Talk by Leader about I he Work for the League. Report for January. God's Gift of Light: Judge Loving. S. Tho Oldest Story in the World T. Carr. E. Psalms IXXIV-1- 0: Benediction. Mrs. Noruh LeMnster, of Iowut is visiting her brother, A. l Dearest Willie, thou hnst loft them, Hero thy loss thoy deoply feci ; Stewart. Hut 'tis God who hath bereft thuin lie can all their sorrows heal. Dudley Oaudcll, who is. attend-inAs Jesus died, and rose again school here, threw his ifrm Victorious from the ucuu ; So will His followers rise, and reign, out of joint "tie day last week, With their triumphant Hepd. 1,ut jt j8rlnhig nicely now. g Hy A Nada FntEN'u. Estill County Attorney Arrested Stock Sales C. Daniel sold to tho Day Lumber & Coal Co. two 800 pound cows at $.25, and also sold one cow to George Curtis for S45.00. Mr. Daniel also sold a nice bunch of hogs at Cc, and bought a mule from Geo. Curtis at $55. O. PREACHING ON SUNDAY A dispatch from Richmond states that County Attorney, li. Carpenter, of hstill, was ar rested Monday night for threaten ing Jailer Horn with a pisto when the Jailer refused tore laaee a nephew of Carpenter who was in jail. Carpenter is said to have been driukihg. He was disarmed and placed in jail but was released next morning Oarpetiter is the mau who de 'i cinren tie was marKea tor death in Estill, owing to his activity in tho trbls of Wallace and Haines for the killing' of Huston Under wood. The statement created quite a fensation at the time. Bob Stone is visiting Ids sister Mrs. Owens, in Winchester, this week. It is reported that Mrs. Owens is some butter since her paralytic stroke. Mrs. Carrie Tipton was called Sunday morning to the bedside, ot her brother Irvie Faulkner of v ..... 1 Middletowh, Ohio, who is dangerously-sick with pneumonia fever. Latest news is that he if very low. Fred R. Blackburn is in Lexington this week taking in the being held by meetings that-arleading farmers and road men. a meeting of the Snte Board, of Agriculture at Louisville last week. t e I , V - t - h Tar-Hone- y. - at-th- e Tar-Houe- - f . . . -- . p-l- intend te return te farm SIMILAR PROCEEDINGS. ing J am offering for tale my mer "They say drowulBg men will chandise buemess, with a stock of clutch at a straw." $2,599, at Spout Spring, four mile "I have known thirsty oaw to de from Cla City. Splendid location, the same thing." . poet office in connection, and an EVIL RESULT. Woman's Saered Rights. excellent business. Terms te suit Oae reason a woman will not permit "I have as itching for office, ' her buabatu to criticise ber friends "Then tke next tUng you know to that she considers It an Invasion ot LETCHER BYKD, you'll hare to bs scrsttaiag forVs her sacred rights. Topeka State Cap at SPOUT SPRING, KY. ital. As ler, and then din with snakes tq your boots, she will have enough to bury you decently, educate our children, buy a house and ot, marry u decent man, and uit thinking about you entirely. FOR SALE. ist, used the pseudonym "Clio." When he wrote a manuscript In the City he annotated with a "C;" when la Lea-i, ''L;w when In Islington, where he Mvei, "I," and when iu his office, "O," the whole spelling Clio. Philippine Cigar Industry. Cigars are bow reirularlr exported from taw Philippine to forty eeuit tries. Puts Saver late Life. Work U the beet thing to make ua love Hfe. JeVaest pea.