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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): March 2, 1916 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1916 cla1916030201_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.): March 2, 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. irrtnr j)b 'r x 4- 1 0 THE M.P. O'MARA, Editor I.AV CITY TIMES We arc Here to Help Clay City, the Surrounding Country and Ourselves. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. OLAY CITY, KY THURSDAY MARCH 2, 1016. NO. U. V5TANtON. (By P. 0. Dei-thick.- . ) Sunday-ih'Ma,re- llW:p. J. Young, ot liu'li mond,?Twlll preach at. tho 8rd Saturday and Let m come. h.i daugliitr at r her tbiaweck. ha& recovered fromhls E.H.-ullenttack of'jjrip and is able to bo'at the Mm. AV II. Oatroii Is visiting iridiaa-Flelds- bank again. U F. MaWpfClay-City,- , preached hcro,Banday,-mornin- 'and night. . The literary society me.t- at the College Monday bight and gave a splcudid program that was enjoyed by ail those x preseuU Mrs. Tia Hatton df Hatton Creek, is 'gradually sinking from her long sick dpe.II. f'Mrs. Hatton is a good woman and we. regret to hear of her illness." - nt the Christian church have Just closed n splendid meeting r.t Orphans Home This jit. Canaan school-hous- e The attend, By Our Vaughns Mill Correspondent. inance waa large, and there was great A barrel of groceries was re terest shown during the meeting. conversions, ceived from Louisville, and one There werf" '4twonty-tw,- o Last Saturday some cattlemen, besides the .(r htdo neighborhood being of betfns, nuts .and molasses from came up from some of tho lower revived. These two men left Tuesday Haddix Fork Miesion. counties, bought up a bunch f for Winchester, where they expect to hold a meeting at. Pine Grove in Clark. B.eldon Sears returned from cattle nnd got as far with them There ono of Highland College Monday, and as Mr. Thacker's. llev. J. C. tlanley exchanged pulpits old steer, cot will assist with' the farm work at the cattle, a with Thos. B. Talbott of Winchester, last Sunday. Mr Talbott. in a great the Home. .L'art of tliijay will stuck in the mud and could not get out. They had to pet a pair Sunday School worker, .and he cave a ijjjent at Sriintnn College splendid talk to the pooplfi'of Stanton of mules and pull him out. The Front Hoy n I uoruety of Vir Hav which was thoroughly enjoyed. Now, if we hud pikep, tifit hinu ing heard him once, and Wen what a ginia sent ui S5 for shoes; Mrs. like th;i "i.ithl liHppen. So let magnetic speaker he U, IhevanVhltrt Jauje Brow). $10 fur support of to make another visit .to oftdtow.'n qo? clnlilren ; Mrs.. Sparky $2; Buck-iio- f us have pines by all means, come again. Bro, Talbott. and gil&us if Society, ;i tntnl nf $18. another of these good addresses I We The to stir ns up! need such. men. like you. TJe Superintendent onjuved a Items Is Current History Auction Sale Of Lots Next Week Mr. Frank P. Newell has placed the land ho bought from John M. Kannon last fall, nnd the Phillips, West Bros. Realty Co., nf Louisville, will conduct an auction sale of the lots next Wednesday and Thursday. Since the Pearoite Company located, here last fall there has been u his demand for building lotn and Mr. Newell's land is very desirable for that purpose, as the entire i raer is only a tdinrt dix. taiiee from the centre of the town and ad the lots are high enough that thev never overflow. Mr. Phillips and Mepors West say that iu the inaii.v ve;irs thev have been in the laud hifinexs they have never seen ;i finer subdivision, uinl the propems ure for a good sale. Read the ad on piige for particulars. on salo 11 'e tl Hurrah For forget that Bev. O.J. Let Young of. Richmond will preach ut tho Christian church. tho Third Sunday in .. 1.1 litis montn. ,veryooay comu ucr mm. Uoy Sh'nckelfurd was called homo for threw weeks to look after the farm and stock while his father is away from home. He will return soon as he can. Delmont Morton returned Sunday fromMlddluluwn, Ohio, where Jie had searched high artd luw for work, but' there were already ton mauy mon idle to tind a job. "ReVcorgo fcersteWr, of r.the- Op: phans! Home-- , of Ulay Uity, was here Tuesday, entering one of ino boys, Bel Hp will go back don Sears, in 'school. and forth every day. W. It. Catron would be very glad to the man or woman who would fliid and restore to him his voice, which he lost whilo handling a bud cold this week. A llbeml reward is ottered. Bab Stone is doing some painting for Spring John W. Williams this weok, will soon be here anil it would Ite.a. flue Idea for several in town to follow example. Let us beautify our town in every way we can. Mrs. Doc Arthur and her daughter, Mra. Bedford Welch, left Mondu foi Mt. Sterling where they were called by the illnesH of Mrs. Helen Kelly, whp is suffering with iuflamntory rheumatism. She is 3 daughter of Mis. Ar" 1 1 - ynot the Laymen's stenographer at his home. He will delivered A vivid at Lcxiitgrt.n. have to wait several year before she will bo able to do the work required picture of rhe p aitd oppor around a law office, but Stewart says tuntties Avaa.givcn, nd no doubt She linn a she Is starting out rittht. uwill be led to do lusty voice, and ran make him step nijtov laynif greater und-'bett- e' work us a .t around lively especially at night. She result- - of the nieetingx Monday morning-arihername arrived is Virginia Flnrene Stewart twentv- four hours old as this is being written". Movers Dr. Johnson looked after her arrval and her mother is doing fine. Con-ventidt-rer- A. T. Stewart has employed a new nifmber of addresse: which were VIrden Club I By Our Virdin Correspondent. VV. B. Woodford, Clay Gaits. kill, Bennv Woodford and Frunk Biiekhanon, of Bourbon county, were at Virilen a day or so last week, and had their club farm Mirveyed by H. IJ. Faulkner, of Bowen, our County Surveyor. Mr. Woodford pays his elub will give the through their farm for the pike, and he will give one hundred dollars, himself, and. the rest of th5 Club will help. Hurrah for the Vir deu Club! right-of-wity "Some" Votes For Women The debate on the question, "Resolved. Tint Wniiieii should be Entitled to Vote," which took place at the school-houlast Friday, wap pl'ndld one; ami se Fiscal Court was in session last Mon-da- v to diecucs'the good rpads question that we are all so much interested in. Powell county will co forward, by leans and bounds whenever wo get a network of piko jonds' all oyer the county We wfir rtot hf known a holding the record of all the pauper counties of the State. This Un shame and disgraccto we people of our beloved Powell county, and let mb throw off litis stigma as soon as we can A good-ronmeeting wag held nt Monday morning, the Court-houswhen Mr Toms a Oovernmen Kncin-ee- r was sent here to confer with the Fiscal Court on matters pertaining to good roads in Powell county. He gave ome very interesting matter on the subject. From what wo hear over rhe county, it seems that nearly everybody is interested in this movement for better roads ; and we believe that theltond issue will carry when it comes Hall and 149 and more 'others : NOTICE OF ELECTION to a vote. You will take notice that on the 7th Ten Nights in a Bar Boom was play- day of February, 1910. the County ed by local talent from Clay City last Court of Powell County, Kentucky, Saturday night to a splendid croud upon petition, ordered and directed an thur. It was the worse night we havo had election to be held in each and every Mrs. France Ucauchamp will spunk hero, this year, but a' majority of the voting precinct in said county and at Stanton sometime during this month people of Stanton braved the storm state, between the hours of 6 a. m. and not been set, yet ; buVshe and came out. They were well repaid 4 p.m , on Monday, the Ten Ut day of The date-ha- s would like to arrange to speak at Nada for their coming,, and many wero the April, 1910, at the regular voting places and CW'City on the same trip. If words of commendation heard on all therein, by the ofllcors of the regular these two places want her, please let There was, a wonderful lesson November election, at which titno and Mrs. Bcttie Johuspn of Stanton know sides. places there will bo submitted to the (t at once. Mrs., iieauuhamp is Presi- taught in the play and we trust that legally qualified voters of said pre dent of the W. C.'T. TJ. of Kentucky, the people of Stanton will uso their cincts in said county, tho following and is qulbra noted speaker. strength and power to help wipe .this question, in the following substance Hey. Vm. Kirk and Mr. Marcum terrible liquor traflic out of existence, and form, Aro you in favor of ) issuinuFortv rhouO. VKS sand Dollars (W.-- ) 000) In bonds, for) the purpose or) building roads and ) bridges in Powell ) NO county Kentucky? ) 8aid bonds, if Issued, to bear interest at a rate not tu exceed live per centum per annpiu, with coupons attached, You cqn save a nice sum by payable bonds to bo in them. denominations of not less titan one Meal Ticket. Ask us hundred nor mora than five hundred dollars each, to run not less than five nor more than thirty years, redeem able within that timo at the pleasure of the Fiscal Court, and to bo sold at not less than par value and accrued inter-e- t. e, to.-wi- nUjiebtw-f-tlrdPtsite Company ' froin'Oannel City " f. h: Berry of West Bend ami were blougli to Clay Citv left theBe people Mrs. Eliza Crnw.e of Clark county, The girls, represented by Hal-li- e without work .lackBon Time were Married one ilav hint jiveek. Rogers and Lulu Johnson, Mrs. T. B. Ware and Mrs. C. O. wero the winners ; although RobCurtis, spent tin- - day, Monday, ert- Kennou anil .lomex Suarles put up the arguments against with Mr. ami Mrs. T. G. at West Bend. Mr. More- - them in good style. The boys have challenged the head is slowly recovering. girls to another debate on the One of our West Bend neigh same qiietion, mid say they have bors, Mr. D. H. Berry, will move some more "dope" that will to Clark county in a fow days. change the verdict. Commonwealth of Kentucky We hate to see him leave our Powell County In the matter of petition of It. C. county, but joy go with him. Fif.ty-w- o families from Oannel Citv passed, tjMoliirli Jtckson the latter part tof'the week en route to Beaw&QreSI,. .Floyd county, in oearcb'.nf em'plovment mi the rnrvoWrTOP NOTICE of ELECTION .More-hea- d, Birthday Celebration Abram Itucker celebrated his 80th birthday anniversary TuesBen F. Kincaid has announced day, Feb. 20th, and in honor of that he will bo a candidate for the occasion his children from the Democratic nomination for Clark county came up, bringing Sheriff of Powell county at- tho all kinds of apropriate presents, next election. Mr. Kincaid is and making a happy family par- well and favorably known iu the ty. Mr. Rucker was eighty years nf age, and is still quite, active. county, and has a host of rela He ha 8 eight children, 27 grand tives and frionds who believe he children, and 4 great grand child. will make a good oflicor if elected. ran, living. Announcement J SAVE MONEY A Square Deal. We aim to a buying about semi-annuall- treat our customers in the fThe Home Restaurant, Lunches and Short Orders.' best possible manner and to give them a square deal. ;Good, Home Cooked Meals and Quick Service. Oup Stock Isolean.and fresh, and our prices are Give us a trial. right. 'Witness my hand this 21t day of Feb ruary 1910. I A, P. Johnson, Clay City, Ky. II. Tt DEMCKSON, Sheriff of Powell County. Kentucky. Prop. Henpy WALTERSVILLE, Waldron KENTUCKY O. O. Menchem, who is firing on tho L. ?t, east of Jacksou, was down for a couplo of days i OCT last'week, THE TIMES. Squeezing Blood A nor Oood narberlng Try THE WINCHESTER BANK, of Winchester, Capital Stock- Surplus and Undivided Ky. $100,000 $200,000 CLEANING jRND 1 PRESSING. Out Of A Turnip A. P..Johnson In the old stand, next to the Red River Hotel. am ready to do your CleanGood ing and Pressing. able. " wet A Democratic Newspaper Lot of People Apparently Think it Can be Done 'Profits guaranteed and charges reasonOrders left with J. Bloom will receive prompt attentlen. JAMES WILLIAMS. Shampooing and Scalp Treatment Eighteen Years Old Ylie Best Weekly In this Section. Editor M. P. O'Mara mail matEntered as socond-clas- s Clay City, ter at tho Post Offlco nt ly., under tho Act. of Congress of March 3, 1879. A HOME-MADE PAPER. MAU? 1910 THURSDAY, SLADE. Misa Maftie McKnalb, of Mrs. Geo. Faulk ner last week. The W.. C. T. U. met with Mrs. Charles Wricht last Wednesday and they report a very enjoyable ev.niti:. .Inhu Spencer of Nail" and Misa Fanny Mull ns wtrt married last We wish them much Thursday liappinenf." James Mu'.lins of South Fork Iiuh moved totheS'ephen Brewer place, and Mr. Brewer to the gies. Tanlac is designed, especially to houpe vacated by Geo. Brewer. For tho mt'et these conditions. Mrs. Jack Hall was taken to relief of stomach, kidney and livthe GR)d Samaritan hospital at er ailments and catarrhal affecLexington, Friday. Last report tions of the mucus membranes it sht was resting well. The trouble in believed to be without an was pronounced antiseptic poison. equal one to self-relian- "You can't squeeze blood out " This is absolutely true, but aJot of people evidently don't believe it. You can't expect nervous, run down mon and women to be They-don- 't cheery, normal beings. f out of life Mint get they deserve. Buta lotof peo-piexpect it of them. In everv community there aro a legion of these men and women Not really sick, perhaps, but affected with a nervous, debilitated condition so that they imagine countless things are wrong with them. They have frequent and are sluggish body and they haven't enough in real energy to make them in even the little things of life. They haven't enough rich red blood to nourish their bodies. Their vital organs are congestThey need something to ed. speed up their assimilation to a normal state, something to bring back old vitality, and a cheery view of life. They need something that con tains the right nervo food, tonic invigorator and appetizer which v ill awake their sleeping enerof a turnip ono-hale head-itches, d N. Holly Withcrspoon, President Cashier. W. R. Sphar VOUR ACCOUNT SOLICITED. POWELL 4 JACKSON instfr-arice- Writers of all Kinds of Fire, Life, .. Tornado, Ufltilntaj and Hail We are also aflents fer the Illinois Surety Company ami are prepared to do a general Bonding business. POWELL Sam W. Powell Winchester Saved Girl's life "I want to tell you what wonderful benefit I have received from the use of Thedford's writes Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky. "It certainly has no equal for la grippe, bad colds, liver and stomach troubles. I firmly believe saved my little girl's life. When she had, the measles, they went In on her, but one good dose of Thedford's made them break out, and she has had no more trouble. I shall never be without Black-Draugh- t," Black-Draug- ht Black-Draug- ht ft JACKSON Llnvllle Jackson Kentucky Office in Court House. W . "TREES. self-relia- nt Fruit and Ornamental trees, Shrubs, Ornpo Vines, Rhubarb, Peonies, PWox, Roses, etc. EVERY TfllKG FOR ORCHARD. LAWN AND GARDEN. NO AGENTS Black-DraugH- T in my home." For constipation, Indigestion, headache, dizz- tness, malaria, chills and fever, biliousness, and all similar ht ailments, Thedford's has proved itself a safe, reliable, gentle and valuable remedy. If you suffer from any of these complaints, fry ht It Is a medicine of known merit Seventy-fiv-e years of splendid success proves its value. Good for .young and old. For sale everywhere. Price 25 cents. Black-DraugBlack-Draug- H. F. FREE CATALOGS HUlenraeyer & Sons. V X Lexington, Ky. For fine Watch and deck REPAIRING or any work in my line, I will be glad to Haveyeu call en me S. V. LARISON Clay Cky, Kentucky UMHftMMMMMftft . 5 ? TEN YEARS AGO What did you think yoir.would be worth today? Didn't have much idea, did you? But you were sure you would be pretty well fixed financially. n uFcJirap n riK c ii rs near doing nicely since amputation of tho other leg, and good hopes are for his recovery. W. B. Congletnn is expecting an oil drill to start at oncoon bis farm. The machine has been shipped from Ohio, and the Company wanted board for five men and three women. It is an OhioXJompany. R. B. Ewen of Wirt, Oklahoma wrireB hi mother here that he happened to a bad accident, and came very near to b inp killed ami one hand is baJly crushed He is a tool. dresser in tho oil fields near Wirt. hu rr i It foitifies better muter fatiguv, exposure and ever-score- nMMMIIIMTMliaaHMIMn1111 da, the daily grind of life. Tanlac has won the greatest by a medicine. success ceuld not have done so without superlative merit. As the proof of tho puddiug is in tho eating, so is tho proof of Tanluo in the It-- WHEN. YOU WAMT, A 1HAVE OR HAIR CUT OR ANY or-der- ed TON80RIAL WORK CALL ON H. H. 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? taking. Tanlac may now be obtained in Clay City at Eaton & McGuire'a and in Stanton at Hardwick & Co.'s where it is beiugpersonally introduced and explained. soon. Most overyone 3X6X00. It should have been on Hardwicks to the oil vour first lesson TRACY Creek has leased J 1. Cole lias returned to Dun dee He has been at the bedside of his brother, R. P. Cole of Roth well, Ky., who died tho 23rd. Feb. of consumption. Mr. Cole was a brother of Mrs. Susan Ew- hits of this place and f T. G Utile of Knowltnn, Ky. He loaves a boat of relatives in Powell, Es till and Leu cuuutie. He was buried by the Masons, Odd Fel lows and Juniors. VAUGHN'S MILL. (Too late for last week.) Mrs. John. Burton spent Mon day with her sister, Mrs. George Gravett. Real Estate and Insurance. Mrs. Charley Welch in on the We Buy and. Sell Farm and City sick list with 8om'ethiut! Iik ranirrial fover. Property of all kinds. We have some nice farms in Clark and adjoining, ounties for sale or rent. Write us A gentleman who had been vlwt you want. fishing was asked how manx fid We write all kinds of Insurance. he had caught, and he answeri-- : TRACY AND STOKELY. I STOIELY Clay City National Bank Pays 3 per cent compound terest on SAVINGS in- What's the Answer? d "If you add the number Tostument; then multiply that by the number of Apostles who Jim Berry Strange is able to be were presetit at the Transfigura tion ofCbrist; then divide by out again. the number of books written by B, W. Barnett Is moving to Luke; then subtract the uumber Clark county. of times the Israelites wont Ida B. Smith spent Friday with around Jericho; then multiply Mrs. Asa Todd. by the number of pieoes of silver received by Judas for betraviusr Stanly Wells spent Sunday with the Saviour; then divide by the Mrs. Charley Bush.. number of spies that Moses sent Mrs. Lottie Mizo is some bet to Canaan; then add number of ter, aad Mildred, also. letters in the name of the city Charley Nelpon and family left where a man climbed a tree to last Friday for Cincinnati. see Christ; then divide by numAsa Todd went to Stanton one ber of Apostles who were called sons of thunder, and the answer lay: last week on business. will be the number of fish that I If all reports are true there will caught." be a wedding on Frames Branch How many fish did he catch? books in the Old Testament to tlx number of books in the Nh Office, Main Street, WteKestsc, Ky. STANTON Student Admitted COLLEGE, KY. Colds Qukkly ReHeved Many people iough and cough from the beginning of Fall right through to Spring. Others get cold STANTON, at Any Time One of the Best Schools in Kentucky. Courses in Agriculture and Domestic Science. Review after cold. Take Dr. King's New Discovery aod you will get almost immediate relief. It checks your cold, stops the racking, rasping, tia sue tearing cough, heals the Infla matlon, soothes the raw tube. Easy (o take, Antiseptic and Ileal-inGet a 605. bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery and keep it in the house, "It is certainly a great medicine and I keep a bot- i of it continually on band," writes W. C. Jeeeemaa, Prancenia, Money back if not satis II. fied but it nearly always helps. g. t i Giiim is the Coeuaon Braachat the Term. - w3i be Conduced threughaut By payiGg part of their Expanses in Work, Students may get Rates at the Dormitory. as low s$l.5o per Week. For Information Write to Rev. J. C. Hahley, President, Stanton, Ky. 4 l? ( BIG AUCTION SALE OF LOIS IN CLAY CITY Wednesday and Thiirsdav. Mwfh JA i& i f8fl9 Sale commences promptly at 10 o'clock each ?day THE MBWELL , EIT10J ir -- This property is right in .town and will be the most thickly settled high class neighborhood FOR We are gracing, jstakjng, .clearing, and making many , WHITE PEOPLE ONLY, in Clay City. improvements arid will positively offer lots in this beautifjii subdivision ao the highest bidder You make the price: Simply bid till you g$t the 'lpte rou want. without reserve. Every lot sold must be a bpnarfide sale. No Boosting No By Bidding. i.'--r- 11 -- t . .i .iI every Lot .high AND DRY alwAys DRY THEiT NEVER OVERFLOW y.w w T?m - 1! - ,'r 4 ' One, third cash, the Balance in 6, 12, 18 arid "24 months, with'.--. 5 per cent interest si vu;j.. nv.r-.- v- w 'U jjA-'- ' '. There is noubet-- on deferred payments. ;"-- v l .zter time to invest than NOW. Property will never again sell in Clay Cityi The Town With A Certain Future, as cheaply as it will at this sale. ; .ONLYQU-EII S tr' -- T ;DEPOJ AhJD .RIGHT AT OAK SPRING. One free lot .Every person on the grounds during buy 4-- MAY OTHER VALUABLE PRESENTS pREE Window Presents on Display in Sample Room .ours just De at Reef River Hotel. of sale will have an equal opportunity of winning th,e on tne grounas Wednesday Thursday MARCH WESf BIOS. 89 and i- a ''he mum. 2 i3 ALTY 4 4 Trust pidg. Permanent Address', .612 Coktmb"$ .auisvilie, Ky, if c Court Order; POWELL COUNTY COURT, Fcbru-ar- y Term, Tt It ilny of February. 1010. OKDEU In the mutter of petition of It. C. Cunic II nil nnd Ul) nml moro other. It. 0. Hull and 149 nnd moro others, legal voters nnd owners of real cstnto in this Powell County, Kentucky, on the 7th day of Fobruary, 1810, and lodged their petition with this court which same was on said day filed by me as Judge of said court, and same now being considered, said petition is Adjudged sufficient and proper, and it is further adjudged and ordered that there be held in each and every voting precinct in said Powell county Kentucky, between the hours of 0.00 a. m., and 4.00 p. m., on Mondny, the 10th day tf April, 1010, an election to take the sense of the voteis upon tho question as to whether or not the FIs cat court of said county shall issue bonds in the sum of Forty Thousand Dollars ($40,000.00), the proceeds of which shall bo used for the purpose of building, constructing and reconstruct ing public roads and bridges in said County; said bonds if issued, to bear interest at a rate not to exceed flv per centum per (annum, with coupons attached, payable nnd to. be in denominations of not less than one hundred nor moro than one thous and dollars each, and to run not less than five nor more thun thirty years redeemable within that time at the pleaxure of the fiscal court, and not to be sold at less than par value And the Sheriff of said County is di recced to advertise said election, and the objects thereof, at least thirty-(SO- ) days before the day of said election, in a newspaper having the largest circu lation in said Powell County, and by printed hand bills posted up at not less than four public places in each and ev ery voting precinct in said County, and at the front door of the County Court Souse. w In this election all legal voters' of the (Jpunty may vote, and the election shall be held by the same 'officers who e r!ejjhr.gj semi-annuall- IOCAl All tholntest magazines at The Times olUcQ. Faff your way into the aMpnoa joys of Prince Albert! asxcuAAUaSTji avaaawaawaawa 1. mmmmmm WTur-trtnw- nt Eld. J. T. Turpin will hold services at tho. Powell Valley chnrch Saturday night and Sunday. Go ahead, quick as you lay in a stock of tho national, joy smoke Fire up a pipe or a makin's cigarette as though you never did know what tobacco bite and parch meant I 1 When you want something to read call at The Times cilice. Wo have a 'supply of ail tho latest magazines and periodicals. Mrs. Mattio Kerns has returned homo from a visit to Glen Aire, the country home of Judge and Mrs. E. O. O'Koar, near Frank- For Princo Albert is freed from bite and parch by a patented process controlled, exclusively by us. You can smoke it without a comeback cf any kind because P. A. 13 real tobacco delight fort. A. T. Whitt celebrated a birth-da- y anniversary Wednesday, but he was as bashful us a girl about it, and wouldn't say how many he had passed. Mrs. Pherigo and tho children have returned from a visit to her Fringe Albert the national joy amoke will do for you what it has. done for thousands of men, not only in the States but all over the world It will give you a correct idea of what a On Am nmu aide of tM tUr pipe smoke or a home-nd tla yon will nads "Prtfw PtotsdJulr30ti),lD07."blt rolled cigarette should be. at made Cnr men emak S)Jpes what m amokad before I makin's-peac- e message, and Get this Prince 'Albert cioe-ocayou men who have "retired" from pipe and cigarette -makin's pleasure; you men who have never known its solace 1 Because you have a lot of smoke pleasure due or with f. a. you quick as youpack-your-ptBay Prince AKort iwnwAin f baceohtmUt intoppyrod bmfttSei and make fire! tidy TtJ tint. 10e( hand km poand 1 ee pe roU-a-agare- ttP parents at West Bend. Her sister, Miss Berry, returned with her for a visit. Win. Johnson was in Winchester Monday having a specialist, examine a sore spot in one of his ears, which has been bothering him for somo timo. e Albert Begloy, a cit izen of Lee county, who recently bought out Mr. Smith, has moved to his new home. His farm ad joins that of Uncle Nick Thomas long-tim- . near Wultersville, and It is a good, convenient place to live. . ' Aaave tAa tobmxn In and hutf 'pound tin hmmidori and In huml t hat clatxr poand cryHtit-gtmt- a torn tnat dor ullh awe finm thapm. tponto-moitton- R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO Wrarfon-Sife- m, N. C beveral from here attended And the question to be submitted shall be printed upon all ballots in the Winchester cnurl day. Trading following substance and form., to wit was liitht, although there was a Are you in favor of ( number of cattle and mules tin issuing fortv thous- - ( R, L Sliimfessel the market. and dollars ( 10,000) ( Yes .in bonds, for the pur-- ( disposed of two carloads of cattle pose of building ( that he bought in Clay county. roads mid bridges ( in Powell County, (. No Kentucky? J. G. Kaster, who has been car 'A Copy, Attest : inspector at Jackson for some I. 8. Boone. Clerk Powell County Court time, has been transferred to Hazard. He called at this office a few days ago, when in town, to Longfellow s Birthday Fiscal Court ci& " Asks State Aid - VAUGHN'S MILL. Asa Todd attended Gy City Construction Clay City, Ky. Co. have his paper changed nnd to leave the wherewithal to uinire its coming for another year. Contracting Brick job too Iarge-No- ne Estimates Layers.No too small Furnished Satisfaction Guaranteed FOR SALE Judge Faulkner, of Hazard, passed through here the other day on his way to London to at tend tho Republican convention. Judge Faulkner is one of the nu merous candidates for Judge of the Court of Appeals, and will Idea Comrr i. open his campaign in this county propelled That a patent for a in a short tipie. steam vessel had been issued as far . ton Monday for the purpose of making formal application tor Stute aid in the building of roads in the.oouuty. They, also passed an order that half the funds se cured by the bond issue, be spent in the upper end nf the county and half in the lower 'end, which will assure passable roads from any place in the coquty. The law directs that all roads must run from one county seat towurd. another county seat, and the first building will probably be from Stanton towards the. Wolfe lino and another towards the Clark or Montgomery line. at tho school celo Winchester, Monday. brated tliH lmi anniversary of The Fiscal Court met at 'Stan J. V. Strange sold one aged" Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, The children the great American poet, Monday, the chapel hour being devoted to that subject. Mrs. Seule gave an outline of tne life of the poet, dwelling on his popularity, his politeness, his love of children, and many incidents of his Ijfe and explainiuc how his var ions poeins caine to he written. FoOowim: is' the program as court at mare to Green Charles fo r$45. Miss Hoyt Mjze spe;it Fridays nidit with heY cousin, Mattie Mize. presented by the pupils: The Children's Hour Resignation Psalm of life . Harry Mackey Grace Martin .DangerA of Dratt Gilbert White The Two Angels - Robert Kennon Drafts feel best when we are .hot Rain m Summer Fannie Belle Smethers and porspiring, just wlieu they are The Bridge .CaH Martin most dangerous and tho result is Footsteps olAngels-- -" -- Carrie Goosey Neuralgia, Stiff Neck, ' Sore MusTo The River Charles - Charles Burton cles or sometimes an attack of ........... Jim Berry Strange sold to Bill Wells two heifers for $85. orje a yearling, one old. W. Mize Bold a nice bunch J of cattle shoats to Madisou-c'parties at 8c. Q. W. Bush and Bill Mize also sold to same party.' -ar o Seven reent heuse with nine la the French patent office. Good Roads Talk acres el land in lower end of town. Good weH and springs and two R E. Toms, of tho State Do- good stock barns. For further partment of Public Roads, was particulars and price see Matt at Stanton Monday, nnd gave a Andersen. 31 talk on the roads question, bring, ing out many points of interest concerning the proposed pikes, For Your Child' Cough detailing the construction and if your child lias a com. nose cost of different kinds of road. runs or coughs much get a small bottle of Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Hon Ab Ideal Spring Laxative cy. It's a pleasant Pine-TaIIou ey syrup, just what children like A good and time tried remedy Eyes nd just tho medicine to ootho this is Dr. King's New Lifo Pills. The KftthlnflF 1. frmrA (mnnHinfc In tli home tban clear, steady liflit. Ji,um cough and check the cold. After first dose will move your sluggish thli br eottlntr the oil lliat Lnir.i clear and clean without. flicker taking children stop frettincr, sleep bowels, stimulate the liver and down to the lat drop. p. iinjjlraiUi crude all refined to irrfartlna. good and are soon entirely Veil, clear the system of waste and Otxti BO thttn the Inferior toBkwacoq MQMKuvea Insiston Dr. Bell's Pine.Tar Honey blood impurities. You owe it to ? ynur jer Da 8QTJTR Oil. la '25c. at your Druggist. yourself to clear the system of body oarreik airrei rruin our woru. poisons, accumulated during the Unconquerable Inclination. Has. C. Stoll Oil Ci, winter. Dr. King's New Life Pills "I don't see why men Insist oa Laxlngten, Ky. will do It. 25c. at your Druggist. to. war." commented the thought7-r mo-fl eila-M- back as 1803 recently was discovered Musio for the occasion was furnished by Miss essie Stallard. Rheumatism. y In such easeK- up-Sloan's Linimtnt. It stima-late- s circulation to theore and - pi Diversified English Agrleultur. Agriculture Is tne urinary Industry Jn the west of England, where it is Dairying motaWe for Its diversity. and cattle and sheep raising are carried on In Somersetshire. The Cheddar cheese Industry Is situated, there. the Lamp Oil that oaves painful part. TJie blood flows freely and in a short time the stiffness and pain leaves. Thoe suffering e from Neuralgia or Neuralgic w.'ll Ond one or two appjica-tions'Sloan's Liniment will givo grateful relief. The agonizing pain gives way to a tingling sensation Where Law Presumes. In casea where husband and wife of comfort and warmth and quirt are accidentally killed together, the common law presumes that the man, rest aud sleep is possibje. Good for being the stronger, outlived the wom- Neurit's too. prlce'25o. at your an, bo matter for how short a time. Druggist. head-aoh- of Y- I YORK-Mvea- erre. RICHMOND, KY co-In- s "Well, said the querulous one, "It seems Ilka some men would to almost anywhere rattier than star bobm." ful woman. Blank deeds for sale imes office, 5 cents eacti. at The I ' Refinerr at Warren, Fa. Ws tell tttccah&faled "No Cart Auto Oat. A TRAININO SCHOOL FOI TEACHERS Toursc lcoillnrt to Elementary, Intennedlato and Ufa. titate tisriillcuici. Vulld in all lnibltu Schools of Ken- -' iui-l:t pcclr.l Courses and Review Courses. Tuition I'rtd Hi ApiHilutees. Two s!ettdid donHJtorles, new mrwM rrli'H.l.ncw manual training building, praettrV fUu-.l- . department of airrlRulturc, a well equipped J)iinir5tlo tfeleiice. First Term omIm: I'vi'tmilKT 7. 8iowt Term November 18, Third Tern: Jaiiuufy a, Vourtli Tornt April 8, Hammer School onem Jtjne 11, Catulot'ue Tree, j, ,j, CKAHBK, frnMeBi,