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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): February 17, 1916 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1916 cla1916021701_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 17, 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. THE CLAY CITY TIMES. M. P.O'MARA, Editor We are Here to Help Clay CltyTthc Surrounding Country and Ourselves. PUBLISHED EVERY THUBSDA VOL."XXi; STANTON. (By P. 0. D'crtliick".) - OLAY CITY, KY., THURSDAY FEBRUARY 17, JO! 0. SO. IS Prospects Fine , For Road Bonds On Monday, April 10, a vote will bo Preacher Called Eld. J. T. Turpin, of R)co was selected as pastor of the Powell's Wrlloy church at the meeting held Saturday night. In spite of the bad weather a goodly .number of the members of tho church were present, and the selection of B.ro. Turpin was pracSta-tio- Accident at ada Closes School Mrs. Myrtle Burgher closed her school on Little Hnrdwickl's" Creek last, week, after a most successful year. Ur.der her administration tho school had a" larger attendance and better results than ever before, and she, has been invited back Tor the next ycar In the meantime she will continue her studies itt St. Helens. Durat Ewcn and Will Welch were taken in Powell county to determine Jit. Sterling on business lat week. whether or not bonds to the extent of 140,000X0 will ba issued by tho county Mrs. Florence Oldham and non were for the purpose of building pikes. visiting in Clay City Jast week. At present the outlook for a Dig maWilson Chancy, of Campton Jet., jority for the bonds is excellent and visited his daughter, Mrs. Lennio apparently everybody is for betttr roads, and we have been unable to And Crowe, Inst week. single man who opposes them. The Willlo arid Vernon Adams left Fri- question comes up for discussion many day for Chicago, where they have se- times a day on the street, in stores, or cured good positions. wherever a few men congregate, and all have a good wordlfor tho pikes. Rev. J. T. Adams is building an adFollowing are some of the arguments dition to his houso and will move his we have heerd in favor of .the bond goods across the road and have hia issue: It. P. Wells is moving his mill store in this addition. from Montgomery county to Spout Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Stephens, of Spring and it will take threo dajs for ClaTk county, vfsitcd with the Steph- the job, while if we had pikes pMr. ens families across the river from Wells says he could move in one day. Frank Kennon, who travels all ovor Stauton last week. the county selling Ilawlcigh's ProdMrs. Lee Bean, of Winchester, visit- ucts, says he could cover three times ed her sister, Mrs. Fred 11. Blackburn, as muck ground on pikes as he can on last week, returning to her home Sat- our present .roads' and would bo easier urday. on his stock at the same time. John Mize took a load of tobacco to Charley Jackson, of Cincinnati, visJackson, the Winchester market a couple of ited his mother, Mrs. John nearly ull last xvcek. Charley is back weeks ego and tho cost of the extra teams he had to hire to get to the pike at his old trade, in a store, would more-- than pay his road tax for three years. SHOUT PAY. An item of Interest to all the county It will cost J. M. Kennon five times teachers Is a statement by State Sup- as much to deliver his crystallized I hue erintendent Gilbert that the March at Clay City as it would if there was a distribution of school funds will be de- pike to haul over. layed some days unless unexpected reIt takes every doctor in the county ceipts come in to swell the balance on three times as long to answer a rail as liand now. The la?i payment will not it would if tho county was piked, and this may often mean a difference bebe as largo as the other six. tween, life and death, for one taken In tically unanimous. Bro. Turpin has preached at Powell Valley church for fourteen years, and is beloved by every member of the church; and his return to this pastorate is welcomed. Wm. Ashley, a brakesman on log train the Brodhead-Oarrett- . at. Nada, was seriously injured Friday while oouphng cars on the train. In making this coupling, Mr. Ashley fell between the cars and, owing to a curve in the road, the engineer could not see him, and he was dragged some distance. A special train was called, and he was rushed to Good Samaritan Hospital, where it was found that his right, leg was broken in two places and the liga tnents so badly torn that amputation wns necessary, the opera-tiobeing performed Saturday afternoon. Since then, we understand his other foot has been taken off. At last, reports he was resting well, and the chances for his recovery were considered good. He was accompanied to Lexington' by Ins wife and father, Mr. Carl Hendricks, and Drs. Knox and Johnson. Mr. Ashley is well known in the upper end of the county, and his many friends hope for a quick and complete recovery. n Time To Set Trees - Services will be held once a month, aB usual, for the present ; hut on the firsj Sunday in April two young men, Dillard Potts and Will'Smelhers, will be or daiued as ministers, and services will probably be' held day after that tune. each Sun- The time is at hand for spring setting of fruit trees. Any time when it is dry enough will now do to set them out. Write & Sunn at Lexington for their catalog and buy your trees from the best growers in flu country. Thev have no agent, hut. sell yon direct. er Asks Big Damages suit against the L & N. II R. Co. Accepts Agency J. M. McDaniel, Monday, filed J. who alleges in his petition that he was perfor W. Maupin, CdarMTltie Found John Meadows returned to town Tuesday after a prospecting trip iti the upper end of the county. Mr. Meadows brought with him 6ome excellent samples of cannel coal which he found in In Memorlam o f Rogers the neighborhood Chapel, on the land of Prof., John On the 18th day oj Jan., 1910, The vein of coal is Mrs. Nortie Simmons, wife of W. A. Rogers. four feet thick uud extends over J. Simmon, entered into rest at At an arex of about six miles. Weatherford, Oklahoma. railroad sta-tipresent tho nearest She leaves oue. daughter, Mrs. i) is at Filson, 'ibout seven W. O. Vheeler of Weatherrord ; miles from tlxycoal, but it is ex- two brother, A. E. Sams of Winpected that development of the chester, Ky., and John Sams of initio will start soon and that the Elreno, Okla., and one sister, railroad will be built to the sup. Naooia Sams of Vaughns Mill, ply. , Ky. Mr. Meadows has had considShe lived a Christian life from erable- experience in coal opera- her youth, und we all will miss tions, and he says this is ono of her. The Lord's will be done, tho finest showings ho has ever blessed be His name. Claud Sams. seen. n Jias not.VBtirccnvdred, and as he jiMldonlJ!) v t , ,. , ttMeccarwr crmswutb ia perma These are only a few examples taken nent injuryi He also alleges inat random and there are many more juries to hi's kidneys and nervous who could give instances of the value system and prays the court for of pikes. The question is not what it damages in the sum of $30,000. will cost to have pikes over the county Estill Tkibune. .but what it will cost TO DO WITH Mr. Maupin is a son of J. W. liink it over. OUT THEM, Maupin, the jeweler, and is well known to many people here. . manently injured at the Compa-nv'- s old freight depot last Octo-bei- . At the time mentioned in the petition,, the plaintiff wa6 handling some freight and fell through the steps, fracturing a, honii of .his pelvis., from which he Wrong Initials Last, week w e reported t h e birth of a daughter to the wife of N. M. Curtis. This should have been H. M. Curtis. The child is a fine and has been ten-pound- named Gloria Mae. The Chairman of the Kcpubli- can .National Committee at Chi cago has giveu out ten reasons why Wilson should not bo elect, ed for a second term. They will havo to get nut ten more, and far better one?, before it will have much elToct on the voters, thohgli. - Kofiin;" vfttl Se 18ed by local talent at the Christ ian Church Saturday night. The Good Year For play is being presented under the Tobacco Men auspices of the Ladies' Aid, and the tickets are sellng well. An s Reports from art over the admission fee of fifteen cents sretion indicate that the will bo charged, and the church acreage of tobacco in those counshould be well tilled to hear this ties will bo greatly reduced this excellent play. year, and that hemp will replace the weed in many places. This opens a splendid opportuMoves To Richmond nity for Powell couuty farmers, as there is some very good tobacD. II. Matherly shipped his co land in this county and with household uoods to Richmond crop curtailed in Clark and Saturday, preparatory to his mov- the Fayette tho market should be exing there to tako active charge of Tobacco is a crop that his work as pastor of the Second cellent. requires considerable caro but Christian church. Mrs. Matherly when a good crop is secured it and the baby followed him this brings a good price. True, we week. have some bad roads to contend with in getting to market, but Dr. Win. C. Martin mado a bus- with the pikes in prospect it will iness trip to Lexington relieve that condition to a great Blue-gras- H. G. Crabtree has accepted the agency for the Deering farm machinery, and will have a stock of their implements in shortly. Mr. Crabtree has been'' nctively engaged in the selling of fnrm Ten Nights In implements and machinery for a A Bar Room number of years, and can alwiivs be depended on to havo a good The noted play, "Ten Nights. .line to presenMo farmers.. Tifa-B- ar - extent. SAVE MONEY . You can save 'a nice sum by buying a Meal Ticket. Ask us about them. The Home Restaurant. Good, Home Cooked Meals and Quick Service. Lunches and Short Orders. . A. P. Johnson, Clay City, Ky, Prop. One cnuso for opposition to Wilson is that he has not plung. this country into war with MexU co, causing the loss of hundreds of lives in a fracas with a coun try that knows no method of warfare except guerrilla, and this reason will not go far with those who have tho good of the country at heart and who have followed the courso of the European war. Everyone knows that had Knee-von been at tho head of tho during tho past two yours the United Spates would have bo come embroiled with Mexico and in all liklihood would also have had a hand in the worldwide war in tho older countries. The results of such a courso is plain. Wo would have had Iosh of lives, of property and business, instoad of enjoyiug peace and ntosporify, tt8 we are. at present.lt ua-tio- Start r ; ; Right. j Begin the New Year by coming to our store to get your needs supplied. Our stock is Fresh and Good, And our Prices are Right. Henpy WALTERS V l LLE, Waldron KENTUCKY THE TIMES. Toxication is Self Poisoning Few Realize Causes of This . For flood Barbering Try THE WINCHESTER BANK, - CLEANING I AND' PRESSING. Ckan-in- g A. P. Johnson In the old stand, next to the Red River, Hotel. of Winchester, Ky. $100,000 $200,000 am ready to do your Good A Democratic Newspaper Capital Stock Surplus and Undivided and Pressing. guaranteed work e. Form of Ailment Profits N. and charges nasin-abl- Eighteen Years Old The Best Weekly (n this Section. Shampooing and Scalp Treatment M. P. O'Mara Entered as the-second-clas- Editor s mail mat- at Clay City, Post ter at Ky., under tho Act of Congress of Offlc.0 March 3, 1879. A HOME-MADE PAPER. FEU. 17. 1910 t THURSDAY, What with ho Judicial bill, the Wnmens Suffrage Bill and the Pike County deal scandal, tho Senate and had a busy time of it The committee aplast week. pointed to investigate the charges made by Senator Antic, of Kuf-se- ll county, that- he had been approached by some one in favor nf the splitting of Pike county, and was asked to make a deal involving the seating of "Uncle Bill" LQi:-lslatu- re - Few realize what a great nutn ber of people, among those who live in such cities as this, suifer --This con from dition, which has caused so much discussion, is nothing more nor les than n slow of vital organs. It is tho very foundation of many ailments. When the organs become weakened from any cause they are unable to throw oil' tho accumulations of waste matters. The pu trefactive garms soon begin to get in their deadly work and the sufferer finally is a direct victim or poions Generated right, m lus own system. Among the common results of g auto-intoxicati- Holly Withcrspoon, President. Cashier. W. .It. Sphar YOUR ACCOUNT SOLICITED. Orders loft with J.'Bloam will receive prompt attention. JAMES WILLIAMS. POWELL & JACKSON Writers of all 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 Llnville Jackson Office in Court House. Winchester Kentucky You Need a Tonic posed 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 - There are times In 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. Cardui Is com- TREES. Fruit and Ornamental trees, this are jaun dice, hard colli, constipation, in Shrubs, Grape Vines, Rhubarb, Asdigestion and fermenting of food paragus Peonies, Phlox, Roses, etc. bilbousness sick headaches, backEVERY THING FOR ORCHARD. aches, diarrhea, diziness, pains LAWJI AND GARDEN. in the kidney region and uerv. OU8UCSS. CARDUI The Womarfs 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 take Cardui, I was 0 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. NO AGENTS FREE CATALOGS Allen, summoned several before them and took their testimony. The orders given the committee were to find out a 1 about the ait'uir, no matter who was thrown into tho limeligh , and they will probablv make.u wit-nesses Tanlac is designated especially to combat this condition of congestion brought about by autointoxication its properties - a to nil- and invigorant tend to throw off poisons and to spur the u- H. F. HUlenmeyer & Sons. Lexington, Ky. For fine Watch and Clock Has Helped Thousands. , he a good plan in counties that hove no balance In their treasur ies, us for instance, Powell coun TRACY f Frequently a man here takes a contract for work fur the coun ty. He has his claim allowed Real Estate and Insurance. mil then net a warrant on the Wo Buy und Sell Farm and City relieve the Breathitt county docket, while those opposed to it, Treasurer for the amount. On Property of all kinds. We have Borne call it a schemo for presenting this warrant to thr nice farms in Clark and adjoining, Treasurer he is frequently told counties 8nno defeated candidates. for sale or rent. Write us The matter will ptolmlm be that there are no funds available what yim want. mid he can either wait for funds decided rhortly We write all kinds of Insurance. to come in, or he can discount TRACY AND STQKELY. The appointment of Louis I). his warrant at ten per cent. And this he usually prefers to do Office, Main Street, Winchester, Ky. Brandies, who was uomitiHied by the President to lill the vacancy rather than keep the warrant an on the Supremo Court bench indefinite time even though it Having a caused by the death of Justice draw five per cent. defiuite time of maturity, the Lamar, has not yet been ratified bv the Senate. In the Senate warrant would be moro easily preliminary t confirm- disposed of, and the interest rate bearim:, ing the appointment, tho charge could be reduced. was made by u member of the M s via flatiy People Dan't Know Railroad Commission of Iowa What It Is that Brandies was too favorable A sluggish liver cau cause a to the railroads, and had And a breach of faith with tho person an awful lot of misery. What lttTeaches public. Wo suroly don't want Spells of dizziness, headaches," any more railroad men in the constipation and biliousness are Five Cents Single Copies high places m our governiuout. sure signs that your liver needs One Dollar Fifty Copies help. Tako Dr. Kinn'a New Life Qovernor Stauley has designed Pills and seo how they help tone For Sale By Tu AHtbor a plan to save the Stato several up ho, whole system. Fino lor L. F. Martin thousand dollars a year by mak- the stomach toq. Aids digestion. ing the Stato warrants havo a fix Pursfies the blood and clears the Ky. GUy City, ed date of maturity, instead of complexion. Only 25c at your the present system, under which Druggist. clean sweep. The suifrage bill, entitling wo men to vote, had a stormy time; but those bucking it. declare it Ii.ir a splehdid chalice of passing tint session. The Junicittl Bill was under discussion before the committee, awl a keen tight by both parties wh the result. Breathitt county wjis web represented at the meet iim and several attorneys from there made fpeeches, some for the change and some against The feeling in our neighboring counties seems to be accute, but Powell county was not. repre SMited by a single man. The idea seems to be that Breathitt county iiee"8 relief from the overburdened docket which Iims been on hand there fur some time and the other counties in the district are anxious to be placed in a district according to their politics. Those arguing for the bill uro trying to convince the committee that the object is to tl organs back to needed efforts in slum, to clean them and make them normal again. To an it might- be said that a spark plug in Tanlac acts the human mechanism. It starts the vital engines, and keeps them i;ning at a properly regulated speed. Tanlac is now obtainable in y City W Eaton & McQuire's and in Stanton at Hardwick & Co.'s, where it is being explained duriiiL' the constantly increas ing demand. - REPAIRING or any work in my (ine, I will be glad to haveyou call on me S. V. LARISON Clay City, Kentucky I TEN well-fixed YEARS AGO financially. ' What did you think you would be worth WHEN YOU WANT A SHAVE OR HAIR CUT OR ANY today? Didn't have much idea,' 'di'd you? But you were sure you would be pretty warrants bear live per cent Interest and have m assigned late of maturity, being taken up at various tunes, as suits I he financial condition of the State. This method would make the a arrats discountable at a lower rate of interest, and would be iiiii-I- i more satisfactory to all i lie TONSORIAL WORK GALL ON ARE YOU? How much will you be worthin the Has past experience next ten years? taught you anything has it taught you the wisdom of a SAVINGS ACCOUNT? V H. H. PHERIGO. ) r CMicerneii. RpyWola OT01LY ..V DRINK It should have been It to us that this would vour first lesson -- 7 Clay City National Bank Pays 3 per cent compound on SAVINGS in-terest job-makin- g STANTON Student Admitted COLLEGE, KY. STANTON, at The Any Time Presbyterian Vll One of the Best Schools in Kentucky, Courses in Agriculture and Domestic Science. Review Qauet in the Common Branches will be Conduced throughout com-uiitte- d the Term. By paying part of their Expenses in Work, Students may get Kates at the Dormitory as low as $l,5o per Week. For Information Write to Rev. J. C. Hanley, Stanton, Ky. President, 2-- lt SLADE. Olovelant1 PENSION GOES WITH CROSS a Allen, of Gainpton, was liore Saturday on business. Most Hlohly Prized Decoration of the tjncle Jqjin Tipton of Itosslyn, vieitcd his daughter, Mrs. J. A. Bowen, hero last week. J. II. McDaniol bought four head of cattlo from Clay Lacy of Wolfo county for $110.00. Court hero Saturday was failure on account of no Sheriff or Constable being present, Mr. and Mrs. Jasper McDaniol and thoir nephew, 'a Mr. Carroll, ot Cartor county, are visiting the family of J. H. McDaniel. Mrs. Susan Ewon met with a painful accident Friday morning. She was goiti!: to Nada to visit her son nni in stepping off the railroad she stepped on a rowing stone, which threw her down, breaking one bone of right arm .dislocating her wrist. Dr. M, L. British Army Alto Carrie Flnanolal Reward. X In the original instrument, drawn up in 1856, when, the Victoria cross was instituted, JRulo 14 declares: "It is ordained that every warrant officer, petty officer, seaman or marine or noncommissioned officer or soldier who' shall have received the cross shall from the date of the act by which the decoration has been gained, be entitled to a special pension of 10 a year, and each additional bar conferred under Rule 4 on such warrant or petty officers or officers or men noncommissioned shall carry with it an additional pension of 6 per annum." The Rule 4 referred to provides that when a man who holds the Victoria cross performs another act of bravery that would have entitled him to the cross if he did not hold 'it, he shall have a bar. Apparently the number of bars he may win is un- IhARDWICK & COMPANY T t T JL f 7 T T t 7 t 7 Semi-Annu- al Clearance Sale. al 7 y t f Y Now is the time and this is the place to save money on your purchases. Our semi-annuclearance sale is now on. We have many real genuine bargains for you. Our Fall and Winter goods must go, and have cut the f 7 7 y y y y y y y y T T "f t i t f Y Y Y prices on many things to an extent that it will pay you to buy even should you not need thm till next Tall and Winter. limited. Knox gave assistance, immediateIn 1898 an alteration was agreed ThiB to in regard to the rule about Victoly and she is doing nicely. is the fourth riin the same arm ria cross pensions. "In July, 1898, it was decided has been broken. that, at the secretary of state's dis(Too late for last week.) cretion, a sum of 50 a year may be The train killed a tine milch granted by way of pension 'in lieu of the 10, which has accompanied the cow for Ed Ewen Saturday. J a? "tt rj. us v. since ?i insiumion Mrs. Wm. VVadkins returned This is a difference only in amount home from Camptou last- week. a very welcome difference in Borne Miss Mandie Bowen visited her cases no doubt. It does not extend parents here Saturday and Sunday. the scope of the grant, for only such men may get the 50 a vear as were The linemen were here two before entitled to the 10, seeing days lust week, putting up new that the 50 is "in lieu of' the 10. - ? ? Below is a list of the lines on which have made the greatest cuts: You who appreciate bargains, listen, for have, o on Queen Quality cut the price half-in-tw- t t Y y telephone pule. The" L. right-of-wa- y t I patent leather shoes for women, Walk-Ove- r 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, 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 It will pay you to look through our shirts. bargain corner up stairs. Are also making large cuts on a lot of dry goods, mens and boys leggins, mens, womens t -- 4 IN FRO GLAND & N. has completed a fence along the good farm of Geo. Faulkner. The oil business i? still the most important topic here, and it is hoped we will h"ee the drills at work soon. Miss Annie Bowen has closed her school on Cane Creek and reShe is attending turned home. college ut Stanton. Prof. John A. Hosiers, the well known singing school teacher, of Xema, was shakinu bands with friends here Saturday nd Sunday. Misses Maud Boone and Annie Clark, two of Stanton's charming Bil'y Frog Tell me what kind ol young ladies, visited the family flowers and what kind of candy yov of George Faulkner, Saturday and prefer, for I fain would make a gift Sunday. Certain of the boys here to tiie fairest lily of the swamp. Daisy Frog Oh ! you foolish boy aro wishing they would visit at 3 and marshmallows, el Dundee oftener. -- t Y t r f Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Croak-kusse- course. Per Children's Cough You ALCOHOLIC SORT. "One of thos.e literal chauffeur! cannot use anything betcough and brought Mr. Jagsby home last night ter for your child's considerably the worse for liquor." cold than Dr. King's New "Why do you call him literal'? It is prepared from Pine "Seeing a sign on. the front dooi Tar mixed with healing and of the apartment house which read. Din-cover- soothing balsams. It does not contain anything harmful and is spahtly laxative, just enough to oxpel tbo poisons from the Dr. King's New Discovery is antiseptic kills the cold germs raises the phlegm loosens the couch and soothes the irritation. Don't put off treatment. Coughs often lead to serious lung trou bles, It is also good for adults und the agfld. wet a bottle to day. All Druggists. sye-ten- 'Deliver All Packages in the Bear, that's where he left Mr. Jagsby." IN DOUBT. t t t t t t Y Y 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, mens corduroy pants and work suits, boys over coats. 1 t T i. Y "What do you think of this generous system of prison discipline under which you find yourself?" "Well," replied the prisoner. thoughtfully, "I dunno whether it'i exactly considerate to put so main temptations in a man's way or not." INTERCHANGE OF NOTES. y Hardwick & Co. STANTON4 y y y y y y y y t KENTUCKY f y y ? t vz. m. - y T Keep brary ihelf lending your books to your friends. Have Jt alphabetically arranged aud erery time you lend a book put down tbe name pf the friend to whom you eavo It, together wltk tbe title of the book. It la only a matter of a to do thta and saves lota of time and worry over trying to locate mls-lalu-ut- e a little notebook a Memorandum-Kee- "In order to be a diplomat a man has to speak several languages flu p on your li- If you aro In tha babtt ot ontly." "I don't know," answered Senator Sorghum, "whether he haa to speak fluently. But he surely hat to write copiously." a x set. l. J a m tmA m wm. rm. - -- k. i mi if a m a iai a arv a books. ;. "No book that will net laprova by repeated readies deierrea to be read at 'all." Carlyte. : f Worth Whtla Quotation. -- vc A V I x : . s f trtea. froar tbe ThlUpplaea to tony w v PtilllBatna Clair IndUltrV. Clgara are bow regularly exported Puti Savor Into Life. Work la tbe best tklnY to make ua love life. Eraeat Kenan. . i .otI njx',. ei v.:. syii.crl .mi.- -. u vw- -ia ! 't AtN'INQ SCHOOL FOR I EAtttUKS Life Intermediate 1 ati: ' t ricmcntarv, l'liblloBcliools andKen of 1 Si jMjrtiiiKiit f nitrli'tilture. a well equipped Terni beclns ia. UnniMt'o Hikirr. Cr...u...ti.r t Tfrm Ntivrniber 10. Thlnl Term i. tui .itf&V rminhTfrm Api-!- 5. Kuuuner School opeiu J uo l, I'.iWlOKiie l'rro. J. fl leUl "ursci ci:d ltcv:ew Courses. Tuition dormitorlr, new 'f Awwitit.jiiatuiat eplcndld tMillilIng, rractlce u'nij, mw trliig ."'. Yulutln ull k.ii1 lrt RECIPE rOR CRAY HAIR. To half pint ot water add 1 ot. Bay num. a email box ot Barbo Compound, and U os. ot alycerlne. Apply to the hair twice a week until It beeoraea. ttie dealred hade. Any druggUt can put thla up or you can mix it at home at very Uttlo cent Full direction (or making and ue coma In each box ot Barbo Compound. It will gradually darken atreaxed. faded stay hair, and remove dandruff. It U axaI lent tor tailing- - hair and. will make fearah clotey. It Will not color the h1r matt andeuoay or sreuy, an an aealp, U not rub on. l Old Papers for Sale Time Offlw. at VAUGHN'S MILL. IOCAL liMiiii Mrs. J. F. Smith is suffering pnilinf . . Why Prince Albert meets men's tastes all over the world ! The patented process makes Prince Albert so good in a pipe or rolled into a cigarette that Ambrose Barnett is moving tcr Frames Branch. Bud Kennon has bet'ii quite '11 The Kentucky Good Roads for the past "week. J. W. Mize went to Irvine one Association will send a speaker to day this week on business. Stanton Feb. 28, to explain the Miss Ida Smith called on Mrs. provisions of the law and inform Ella,Christophor Friday afternoon the public generally as to the work. mm with a bad cold. mm its popularity Is now uni- versal! It satisfies all smoke desires I This patented process, which also removes bite and parch, is controlled by us. No other tobacco can be like tact' Albert the national joy smoke Men who have stowed away gentle old jimmy pipes for years, have brought them back to the tune of Prince Albert! Get yours out, for your confidence la imitst titm flavor of Prints never will be abused! We tell you Prince Albert will Albert tokacco I Tha patented yroceu protects that I set pipe free the tenderest tongue I And smoked in a makin's cigarette, Prince Albert is so Prlnc Albort can t loaf hi it tidy refreshing and delightful that it gives you a new idea of oporywhoro tobacco Setsoa in loppy rod bag; rod tin: 10c i mmhmi fire-u- p cigarette happiness. Any way you Prince Albert, it pound and tin humldori and in that dotty wffl win you quick as a flash it's so good and so friendly! pound cryttal-tlohumidor uitH top that Arspa tobacco fat R. J. REYNOLDS j TOBACCO CO., WinstoivSalMH, N. C. loch fin condition t Hattie Mize and Httle daughter Mildred, are both Very Bud Kennon, who ha.s been ill sick. time, ia somewhat better now. 'Bill Wells bought of Jin Berheifer ry Strange a Miss Ethel Ballard, of Lex.ng-ton- , for $10. is spending a cnuplo o f Mrs. Martha Todd spent Tlfurs weeks with relatives here. day with Mrs. Ella Christopher Mrs. T. J. Kirk, who has been of Spout Spring. ill for si'iuo time, is somewhat Asa Todd visited his sister, better. Mrs. Henry Wiseman, of Clark tsounty, last week. A. Rucker, who has been to the house for some time, Miss Hoyt Mizo entertained a is able to be out again. few of her friends Saturday after pickMrs. L. P. Keith is spending a noon. Miss Haila Barnett ed the banjo and they all enjoyed fow months in Florida - with her themselves very much. sister, Mrs. Hall, of Lexington. Mrs. for-flom- o two-ycar-o- con-iine- d Listen: Miss Hattic Blair returned t her home at Morehead Wednea day, Hfter a few days' visit witl Mrs. A. T. Whit. V aasjr to disuse the shapa aa color of unsalabla brands la imitate the Prince Albert tidy rod tin,batitU impoinid Attorneys Jno. D. Atkinson und A. T. Stewart were down from Stanton Wednesday attending Squire Sew ell's court .in the Mr. John T. Hazelrigg, of case of Mrs Russell against the Frankfort, is spending a fow of the Central Hotel. days with his brother, O. A. Haz tenants elrigg, and family. Joe Mountz has greatly improvproperty bv putting up a splendid fence, aroittmd the lot. Joo in a hustler who is always .rrying to improve tho appearance f his property,, and tho town needs more like him. ed his half-poun- d tt Alene Vaughn Sbimfessel, the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. Shimfessel, is improving after a severe cold. For Sale: One mare, and a mnle. Apply to Mrs. Nannie Pryor. Spout .Spring, Ky. 2t five-year-olt opongo-moirtn- A three-year-ol- d Michigan Man Here VTRDEN T. B. Ware still has a bad cold Mr. Frank Tomliuson, of Bay City, Mich., spent a few days here or grippe. .lasty week with relatives. Mr. Aunt Nancy Berry is still sick Tomlinson, who ia in the whole and is no better. sale leather business in Bay City, Killis Ware' has moved from has been Talcing a vacation for Weren back home. the past few weeks and has just T. G. Morehead is still on the concluded a trip to points in Florida and other Southern , sick list, but some better. . states, and ws tin his way to Na-d- a Ever-ma- n .las. Roberts and Chester to visit hi- - brother, Charles, are aiming to go to Dayton, who is einpiiiVfd in the Brndhead Ohio. He will Garrett urn there. U'u are now having the coldest spend u fe i'i with his brothMrs. Susan Eweu, of Duudeo, er, Georj:', at Winchester, mid weather sit far this winter, and had a bad fall Friday crossing the mads are worse than wo ever expects ti u'uVh ftir home Friday. saw them It's have the pikes, the railroad track near tho board-ins- : The result was a house. or quit. sprained wrist, and a broken arm. Moving She received immediate aid from NADA Dr. Knox, and is resting nicely R. P. Welle, who his had his tor onr of her age. mill in W ntgnmery fur some Dr. M. L. Knox has bought the time, is moving it back to Spout Emiuett Fauiker farm below Maybe Next Week Spring; where he will saw for Lombard. Shelt MuKinney, Curt Richard-so- n .Ihh 6. Rogers and Jep Smyth Burn to the wife of Geo. ChapMr. Wells is a and others. of this place, went up into the good mill mmi who understands man, Saturday niirlit, the 18th, h till IMds of Kstill this week, and daughter. his busmen, and he is always they bring back a glowing xtory " j kept busy. Some one broke into tho station of oil, nan and coming prosperity Friday night, but found little of They saw now already there. much value. the drill reach the yellow sand in G. Lyle of Frank Tomlinson of Bay City, one well, in the storm-centrMrs. R. A. Irvin returned homo Michigan, is visiting hip brother, that field, the MoKinney farm Tuesday afternoon from Lexing-ton- , Qhas. Tomlinson. the oil rising 300 feet in the well. where she had been, called They Baw the gas from one well Friday morning (o attend tho Mrs. II. G. Garrett was up running the engines and funeral of James G. Lyle, who from Winchester Saturday to seo and big streams of of tho lato her mother, Mrs. Day. black oil flowing Into tho tanks, was a Rev, R. A. Irvin. Mr. Lyle, who Miss Ethel Johnson, of Clay aun land selling for more than $100 a u acre. was 72 years of age, died Thursday after an illness of more than A drill started Wednesday on Clay City Construction Co. a year. the Powell side of the mountain, - tm Clay City, Ky. near tho old Vaughn farm, Creek, and it wou't bo Hemp Crop long, wu hope, before we can tell Contracting Brick Layers.-- Na the balance of tho story. Farmer' of Clark county pool-ojob toe IargeNene tee small f us year und thelr'hemp crop 0. W. Piorsall, of Log Lick, ..old the entire pool to Spears fc Estimates Furnished will hnvo a sale of his porsona' Paris', at 1 1J cents. The Co,, of property Feb. 28. J. W. Niblack Satisfaction Guaranteed crops m tho pool totalled about of Virdon will also have a sale on pounds. 50,000 Feb. 25. ( Lo-ga- City, spent Sunday night with her sister, Mrs. Tomlinson. Pete Chester 1b moving to Hazard this week. His house will bo occupied by' engineer Baker Judge Adams, of Clay City, is spending a few days with his daughter, Mrs. Harry Shattuck. ..Those to receive diplomas from Tho Ky. Sundav School Association f o r taking the Teatdfer'a Training Course, were Mrs. n Stewart and Mrs. R. A. Hart-o- r. mil I acres of land in lower end of town. Good well and springs and two J. O. Fitch was iu town Thursday. Mr. Fitch was recently geed stock bams. For further transferred from Jackson to particulars and price see Matt from which point ho look? Anderson. aftor tho interests of the K. U. Land Co. Mr. and Mrs. OIihh. Tomlinson, Joe Mountz was all smiles of Nada, spent Sunday here; anrl Thursday owing to tio arrival at were accompli nied home by Miss K'liel Johnson and Frank Tom- his home that morning of a hand-sum- " boy. The little fellow will linson. be named Mountford McKinney. Mrs. T G. White entertained i number of the young folks Mon W. M. Mountz & Son ha?o takday night, .and a very enjoyable en tho agency for the Johnson line was snent in dancing, mils Implement Co., and will handle a complete line of 'farm machinei.t etc. F. N Eva ns who has been em- ry I hia year. The prices on their ployed for some time in tho lab. goods are said to be very attractoratory of the Pearsito Work, ive. They will have a stock iu Watch for their left for his homo in Dan. Vn., a about April 1. ads. few days a to. Lex-ington, John T. Pofts, who has been uying ties tor ah Ohio firm, reports that very few are coming in now owing to the bad roads, FOR SALE he lias secured a number of Seven room house with nine but contracts for future delivery. 7-- 7-- 3t James e pump-ing-statio- n, half-broth- er . i i i Hard-wick- 's Big d Will Mouutz and family have Mrs. Arthur Stinful loft Saturreturned from Lamar. Morgan day for Williamsburg, whore she ounty, where Mr. Mountz- - has will visit relatives for awhile rejoining her husband at ieen storekeeper gunedr at Vance Bros, distillery. Middletown, Ohio, whero ho has a good .position. Mr. Stauful was February is theshortost month employed here for some time in the yenr, hut it is far from with the Pearsite Co., and they possessing the shortest number stayed with Mrs. Stanful's sisof eventful days, ninontr them ter, Mrs. Mury Bolle Potitt. . Ground Hoc, the 2nd ; Lin. d coin's Birthday, tho 12th; Bore's whero wo swear oft' on Only Day, the 14th, and Wash- this groundhog business. ington's Birthday, the 22nd. week we wore convinced that lust winter was at an end, and then The Christian Endeavor meet- comes tho coldest spell of the ing Sunday night wiH be conduct- winter. Sunday we laid plans ed by the married men, only. The for nn early garden, but Monday, subject wR be "Putting the Bible morning utter getting thawed niifllc.ipnth- to ffit nut of bed.' wu Into Life," and Mr. Henry Wal-arhad to lay plans to ct another wU. be leader. The musical loud of coal. program wiM be under the direction f Prof. C. E. White, leader Blank deeds for sale at The f the band. Times office, 5 cents each. be-for- o bo-in- g Val-entin- - ea