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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): July 6, 1916 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1916 cla1916070601_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.): July 6, 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. 4 (D THE OLA M: P. O'MARA, Edkw 1 I0ITY TIMES M ' f We are tori to Half e Surrounding Country and Ourselves. PUBLISHED ; EVERY THURSDAY. VOL. XXI. - ' : OLAY (JITY, KY.,' IjSftAY, f i JULY 0. 19)6. NO. 21. oe "" to Open. Oil Notes Albj Mrs, W. E. Moore has leased (lK). iness Oha'rt Bowen Derthick.) li. A. Bonmville is down over the Central Hotel property jjucl will open it about July 12 aa n two hundred feet on No.. 2 on S. first' class hotel and boarding G. Baker place, drilling haviug house, catering to both commer- been delayed by; a breakdown., cial and transient trade and There are excellent indications k boarders. The entire building for a good well here. papered has recently been painted Up at Stanton excitement has and repaired and is convenient s been greatly increased by the to all parts of the town. Mrs. placing of two rigs, and' more are. Mooro is thoroughly experienced expected in shortly. in the hotel business, having successfully conducted a hotel In The Hilltop Oil & Gas.Company Sardis, Miss., for several years RinB been incorporated at Win "and her patrons can be assured chester, with J. L. Oldham, J. of every available convenience W. Board and Harvey T. Lisle as and the best table and service to a Board of Directors. The membe had in a town the size of Clay bers of this company are interadv. City. ested in lands near Clay City aud will probably operate near here. jf.'.r was" ness trip to Clay City Monday C. W. Duncan Mr. Stephens is quite interested in the new well they are drilling After a lingering Illness of over two on his flnn. We hope a good years, the greater part of which Umo here on bus. he had been confined to his room, one will be found. Charles W. Duncan passed peacefully Dance at Nada, A' dance was given at Nada Monday night by Messrs. Robin. son'Davis and Hendrix, at the Brodhead-Qarret- t bungalow and thejoccasfon was one of the most delightful of the season. Quite ajcrbwd of young folks from here attended, reluming on the early train next morning. The bupga- low was decorated with rad.whifce 'M!4".blaf iiWWFMMd rith flags . ''feX -- "WSt ' I. S. Boone spent the Fourth away, Sunday morning, July '2. in Clay City. Mi1. Duncan had for Bome weeks growing steadily weaker, but Kev. L. F. Martin preached at week appeared slightly stronger last rk wris in Hroatlilrt and Hatchers Creek Saturday uight the end, coming so suddenly, was en.courityfl g;ek on business. and Sunday. tirely unexpected. He was about 40 ifrjs is reported much Herin years of age and for a number of years, oames Atkinson left Tuesday until liis health broke down, lind been )lo to sit up a little better , r. for Lexington where he has a a telegrapher on various railroads. Hh W.J.I inia is viBitiuc reta position with the L. & N. wife, who was Miss Lizr.ie Eaton, died tives thf in Clark county about three years ago, and he is sur Mrs. Dave Baker's fever has vived Lee, M,rs. lmt irk, of Clay City. turned for the better and it is Ethel,by six children, JeasoMary. Clin. Nellie, Fenton and in our town this hoped she will soon be well. She was a wi Mr. Duncan was a member of tho K. week. 'Mm has beon a very sick woman. of l"s and the Masons, and a consistKan Robbins preach- - Mrs. Lydia Daniel is keeping her ent member of the Methodist church. The funeral wus held Monday after Iill in Carter county children during her sickness. noon, liurial being in the Clay Uity last sunfty!" Mr. and Mrs. Harry Melroy, of cemetery, services being conducted tit AlrsjQrtrg Knox aud baby London, Kv., are hero visiting the house by Bro. Mitchell. . Iu the case of Mrs. Nortcujt were ViUli?g at Lombard one the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Blount. Mrs. Blount, who has who sued G. W. Clark on account Caught Some Fish been spending several days in of an old lease farm, J udge WillSeandy, who has been London, accompanied them home. B. G. Pratt, the St. Kouis oil mnn, Shackelford decided in favor of vorkimpCat", Hazard, returned Clark. Some years, ago Mr.- home MdtfdAy.. Arthur Johnson, who was a and II. II. I'hcrigo, a local exponent of Isaac Walton, invested in a coudIo nf Northcutt drilled, two wells onK "MJselfiftiioy Atkinson- - visited student here for several years, is new. fAing outfits and the other stationed on the battleship Min- tried them out in the river. day addithe Clark farm, but although, bit in OwinBivilje last week and In at nesota m Naraganset Bay. was found the product 'was never Ar- tion to getting wet and tired whipping jjison W);vi.eeK. thur is trying for the place as the river for several miles, they caught marketed .and until, the recent Mis6Gttc Law8on, of West as wireless operator on the bat a fine mess of bass ; and. Mr. Pratt says hnnm liorn nnfhiiic wnft s'nfilnMr.- that even if he has suffered with tho visitins her sister. tleship. Tbe,ortaeuifc leas ma. for rheumatism ever since, tho trip wus TV-A-sa Baker. years ana expirea over two- years Jones, who is working at well worth It. A Middletown", O., arrived home Sfickson was up at past-bee- - lr on-hi- s - - Mrelit y - Weire .served" OHKISTIAN for refreshments:; ENDEAVOR ConseIB-2- 3. ,was T -- topio for July 9, The cration of Purpose. Acts 11 : Leader, Miss Pearl Phillips. This is to be a consecration meeting and all" members are urged to atteud and contribute some timely thoughts on' the topic. - See That Smile! - .Tom Mountz was wearing a Band Concert. big wide smile early Wednesday .morning. nd it didn't require much questioning to elicit the The band gave a delightful fact that 'the cause of the smile concert in the park Tuesday night was a pretty baby daughter that and a good crowd'was out to en the Btork left ahi9'homevin the joy thqcmuaic. The boys are weosmu' hour's! now playing fine 'and would be a credit to any city much larger that) ours. Acrtls In Thq Times. tweeu canie-Uomb- able Mondayr jesse. ueriCKson; wenf.over on Another well, said to be; good for at least- 100 'barrels,, was Devils Creek'v.in Wolfe county, brought in a few days aga on the this week to buy a pair of mules, Wm. Wise farm", near Furnace. - Miss Lizzie. Robbins went to This is the. second well on. this Bo'wen last week, met the trus farm and more will be, sunk at tees of the county and was given the school there. once. i Mrs. J. T.danis aud daugh The Irvine Sun, of last week ter .were to. JLtuckersviue, in contained. a. splendid writeup of Clark countyj'.tseveral days lust the Powell and Edtill oil field. week, vigitingtjrelatives. Guy Bell, the editoV, spent a dy here and was greatly impressed "Mrs. Saunderft of Middletnwn, with the possibilities of the field. Ohio, arrived tMonday for a visit among her people on Morris She is a sister of Mr, creek. leftin,-th- e - old wells; Stfflinuiy' visit .V. with his family. He 'eSya there ' 7 is plenty of work and good wages tejje. He look's the picture of Harry Shattuck", who has been foremill at man at the Brodhead-Garre- tt health now. foprf-ftci&Koc'.ia' RttlgHS&P&Itioal il Mrs. Lucy Jackson has been visiting relatives and friends in Owing8ville for several days and returnen home accompanied by brother, Mr. Donaldson. He was here three or four days and returned to his home Monday. Nada for some time past, has resigned his position and will go to Bowling Green, where a uew mill is being in stalled. Mr. Shattuck is a splendid mill man, one who knows the business from the ground up, and his place will be hard to fill. Mrs. Shattuck and the children are visiting Judge and Mr;. Adams, hero, for a few days. Mr, and Mrs. Fred Ware are PREACHING ON SUNDAY the proud possessors of a fine girl, which arrived at their house Saturday Fred would rath Tho people are invited to ater have hidabny. but hesavs tend the following services at the Swango. he will keep this one till some Christian church, Sunday: one else claims her when she Sunday School at 10 o'clock; Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Fuller, ac rows up. preaching services immediately companied, tbjrthe two children unu iviise v isai'voiies, speni iion All tljo teachers began their afterward. At evening tho young day and Tuesday in Lexington sehools-'oMonday except Lillie people are invited toconfe.to the this week Boone and Ruth Tutt. A now Christian Endeavor services at school-housis to be built at 7 o'clock. Everybody urged to Robert-Baker- , who has been bo present at 8 o'clock to hear ,. L!... . 'ivr. woraiog' ony nie uew roaa ue Darlingsville and they expect to Simplicpastor discuss u e Irvlneand Winchester, e . this. week for a two (Oontiuued on page 3) "The the ity of Salvation." " week's .rwtr. Misa'Kellwj-Warhas been vis iting her. grandmother, Mrs. Mc Kinney, for several days, but had to come hontafand see that now . -x sister or nerj .Low Prices and . High Quality Word ooRiaa--tha- t We have a large stooh of general jjier ohandisef sJtoos, gweerief; eto.,t.ul fyejtiioiv 4 ' VaOT that by deaUiijpivitkjis who years, jigo, .wff. married a few days am atfttaasfteld, 0., to a Aijua. ummx or uampton, BraatHitt ooity,v was here sev eral davs SviwtiBie bis brotfier aut oa'.fhV mountain, and taughjajaur college Prof. Alter, two SPECIAL SALE OF MILLINERY my stooh and make room for my neiiheaHy fall goods which will soon he coming in I am offering all trimmed hats To-"rcdu- t try to Tceey our stook complete and our aim is iogtve every customer full value, for their inoney. Give us a We tri, Je, hana Mdday. raturaad t. A. Henry' Waldron WALTERSVILLE, ,N ' Bay. J. .4i4ws preached at to & large. Yaiufcaa MilWiMiiln Xsr a Sunday 1 Bro. Ad oall and see my stock. My goods are all new and stylish and my prices are reasonable. AUSpeclal Reduced Prices If you are looking for money-saving bar-gai?i- s - - KEISTUCKy la tares, taken bust- - Mrs. W. J. Mountz r . - if THE TIMES. I had Stomach Trouble A Democratic Newspaper Eighteen Years Old The Years. Tanlac Releived nie," says "I CHEVROLET A Real Automobile. W. H. Penn, of Ljpbn. -- A Bst Weekly In this Section. M. P. O'Mara Editor mail matEntered as second-clas- s ter at the Post Office at Clay City, Ky., under the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. A HOME-MADE PAPER. THURSDAY JULY. 0, 1016 ANNOUNCEMENTS We arc authorized to announce G. W. GOURLEY of Bcaltyvllle, Lee- County, Ky., as a candidate for Judge of the Court of Appeals ror tne tseventn Appem-- uis-triof Kentucky, subject to the action of the Republican pnrty at the primary election to be held August u, iuiu. ct had iudicjestion and stom. ach trouble for years and it seemed that I could pet nothiug to'fe lievo mo until I took Tanlac," said Mr. W. H. Penn, 887 south Broadway, Lexington. "I was persuaded to try it by a friend and it did me more good than any thing I ever took. I yould advise anybody with a stomach trouble to try It. It certainly is a groat remedy." "Tanlac's merits have proven themselves to the people in Kentucky. On the streets in the cities and villages, in the cars and public buildings, in offices and shops, as well as, in the homes, men, women and children are talking of Tanlac. Aud the talk is good for Tanlac works for alL who give it a trial. It is designed to meet the needs of the stomach and build health mid strength through the blood and nerves, - r TheVe is harcijy$a ''$Wt ,of Ihe body that is not'lfeneuttfa by the action of Tanlac. A;ny that has won so 'many endorsements from t'hfe 'people liad merit. They would'aot allow their names to be Used tr further spread its work if it were not 'efficient. It is- - n tonic, appetizer and made of,Vegetable in- r idicne gredients aI it contain no tinner v Intro'-duce- poison. ffl. i d Rve Passenger equipped with 35 H. Self-Start- er Tanlac is,beinpr8pecialjy McGuire's store. in Clay CityMtftEfitdn & and electric lighting system. H ? P. Engine, weight 1750 pounds. F. Tanlac may be 'obtained in Stanton a t Hurdwick & Oo. ; Bowen, Day & .King; College J, Hill, Ginter Taylor Dayj Irritie, Irvine Drug Co. Genet, OeueKOash Store ; Wnltersville, HehryWaltlron. Bros.-Torren- 0. 0. B. Factory, $550.00 . Seven Passenger Baby Grand Touring Car, 2400 pounds, F." B. Factory, $750.00 E. H. FULLER, Agent For Powell County, STANTON. KY. Wo are authorized to announce ROSCOE VANOVER of Pike county, an a candidate for SIMEON S. WILLIS Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Adams of Boyd county, as a candidate for are vieiting friends iu Cinciunati. had.a fine time. Judge of lie. Court of Appeals in the Seventh Appellate District, subject to Miss Hetha, Woosley is home the vote of the' Republicans in the primary, Saturday, August G, 1016. from Bourbon county on a two Should' Sloan's Unl v- - ' weeks' visit. years. She will suit a majority Mt. Sterling Monday, Judge of the Court of Appeals for the of tlie.peoplo aud,a warm wel Joe Olark BpentHhe .fourth at Seventh District of Kentucky, subject come always awaits ber. home. He has been working for party at to action of the Republican the primary, August 5th, 1910. anexpresscompaiiy in Cincinnati UNION BALL Misses Hoy h Hiid Muttie Mize We are authorized to announce? hnvo. returned hnine-froa visit . go Along? T Mrs. Betty Bnriiett spent Sat- ,M urday, flight andSundaywithM HtCFAVLKNER Candida to. f(, ll'iillls' of lrry. County, ku Judge of the Court of Appeals in the Seventh Appellate District of Kentucky Ed Ginter. has returned home subject to the action of the Republican party at the Primary Election lo be from the hospital where he unheld. Aug. 5th, 1016. derwent an operation for appenWe are authorized to' announce' '. Of course If you're anxious, to add to your savings- luti live on-a4it- tle , At,l.l' a If bitles.s.V .35 success ' J ' dicitis. ' city building forcouucil Mr. aud Mrs. John Burton and police court, etc. This tax is a eon, Charles, were shopping jn debt due the town and should be paid. Why not do it now? mi-etin- The tax books of Olay'Oity for Miss Muttie Lou McKinney is the past few years show that a visiting her sister, Mrs. Bcjtlie large amount of, taxes is still out Mcintosh, in Ohio, for n couple fitanJiug and owing to the town, of weeks. and an effort will be made by the ?uuior march city marshal to collect, this. If There will bo this money was all collected and and a big dinner on the grounds the taxes kept paid up, it would at Tipton Ridge August SO, and be no trouble for the town to everybody is invited. improve nil the streets and do other work that needs attending ; VAUGHN'S ; MDLL. Ai ta Argument-.to, and in addition have sufficient "Et argument could be."ieodfl4 on funds ou hnnd within a short Mr. and Mrs Jeff Wright spent to aettle everything" MtdTjielvKbea, "all darM bo to k baseball Mse U K time to build a Sunday with Mrs. Chas. Welch. stiff-necl- t, no.rf-grets., application of SloiMlpijininient, will take the gnretiess arftKstijTiiess away, and get you. in fine shape for the. morrow. You should also.Hse it for a Midden attach of toothache backache, etfrigs. bites' nd the muny accidents that are 'VVj? incidental to: a 'vacation' would. PS soon leave ou baggage as go on a vacation or cauip out withou' Sloan's Liniment.' Wriiea one vacationist: We user'itfSf 'everything from crkftipt rn tooth ache.' Put a bottle lri'jour bag, be prepared and haye Youn EARNINGS are not so important: It's SAVINGS that make-fo- r Glay Gity National Bank PAYS 3 PER GENT INTEREST I - "on SAVINGS . inucli-tieede- d Advertise In The Tiaaes. 1 8 LADE. Mrs. Matilda Trimble is visiting her sou in Wolfe county. George Faulkner made a business trip to Stanton Saturday. bus-inef- s HUSBAND DESPAIRING WIFE STANTON COLLEGE, KY. SJAIHTON, Stepheu Brewer went on Afar Few Tears ! Duceuragkf I had gotten so weak I couM net stasd, to Wolfe county this week. and 1 gave up In despair, y Cmum, Mrs. Brieck Gay There is quite a lot of sickness At last, my husband get mea boMe of in the neighborhood at this writ, UphDetpair. Hat&ad Cardui, the woman's tok, and I lug. eem-menc- ed Students Admitted at Any Time One of the Best Schools in Kentucky. Courses in Agriculture and Domestic Science. Review Clajsei in the Common Branches wU be Conducted throughout J. II. McDaniel is confined to iiis room with u badly fpriuued ankle. Miss Stella Congleton i home after a visit with relatives on .Millers Creek and at Irvine, and fUe has been employed lo teach iho school at Coogletqujding. lite patrons made no mistake in Letting her, as sho taught- - one of lie beet xdionU we ever had here. Mrs. Lena Drako has been elect-- t l to (each the first room in tliu uctiool here. This is quite gratifying to her (dd friends,' having lived iu this ecction u number of Cum te Rmow. faking H. From Mis very.fkti dose, I could tU k wm kileW we. I can now wafk two intaAUeW.Ms .... 'r , - Catron, Ky. In an Interesting letter iinncr me.. bah a &nuu an. mmm uarir " ca vww9f If you are all run dewa J Mrs. Bettie Bullock writae as follows: "1 suffered for four troubles, don't give up toVOfM .Try years, with wotnanly troubles, and during Cardui, the woman's tonic. ' ffiMkeiped this time, 1 eeuM only sit up forva Httle more than a Brittle women, in JM while, aad could not walk any where at years of contlauous stKeeea.;sjJ twonld from this place, At times, I would have severe pajas surely tteTp you, foe. Yeur (a my leftside. soM. Cardui for yearss H U. By paying part 6k their Expenses; in' Wprkj;Students. may Kates n the Dormitory, as low as $1 5a perWeek. ge For Information Write to mm iwet kae what. Rey. J. C. Hapley, President, ' Stanton,. Ky. Blank deeds for sale at The Old Papers for Sale a ' Times office, 5 ccnt each. Timw Offlse. The doctor was called is, aad bis treat' it w(H do. Ask meal relieved me for a while, but 1 was WrlU sooft'seitfiaed to my agihi. Af that, n4m. He nomkg seemed fa da meaiiygeed. bl Tritew)l 7ii if rain ran n AAWur ma Ttfa 4' Car Www, m ' 1 " V. in s J (D Hardwick & Companf fififiiiff rir iririiiiirififinrffifixifirifjriririfiriiifiriffrif iiiutififiiirifimif "T T Y Y Y Y Y Y Y the bounties spread out. W. E. Faulkner of Hazard was Continued from first pace. here last week in the interest of his father's race forjudge of begin by Aujr. 1. Tlie Board met the Court of Appeals. Judge Monday at Stanton and let con- - Faulkner is said by evervbody to Mr. Creecli. , to be a very fine christian man . Guy Orowe bought a piano and eminently qualified for t ho place he seeks. his grand Garrett visited Mrs. Bettie Hardwick returned daughter, Mrs. Harlow Norton, home Saturday, accompanied by this week. Floyd Clay, who came to sea Rev. J. T. Adams will preach about some furnituie, ag he exat Dundee the coming Saturday pects to set up housekeeping at Mt. Sterling this week. Mrs. and Sunday. , Hardwick returned Tuesday to Miss Anita Wells is visiting her Winchester to continue her visit uncle John Patrick in Jackson with her son. for a few days. The advertising matter of the Mr. Lacy, of Hazel Green, is RatclilF Chautaqua to take plaoe visiting his daughter, Mrs. A. T. here the latter part of this month Stewart, for few days. or the first of next has arrived. Clark& OlendorlT will drill on This advertising will be placed Mrs. Vance's place, right across in conspicous places and we trust from Mr Stephens' place. that the people of Stanton aud will respond John Patrick, of Jackson, was Powell County down here last week looking nobly to this splendid enterprise. after his oil interests on Hatton On Monday June 20 th there creek. was born to the wife of Ben Sew Florin and William Eweu are ell, of Jackson, a fine girl, Annie visiting their sister, Mrs. Mur- - Laura. Mrs. Laura Hardwick garet Oldham, in Winchester, was with her daughter at the time. Hard luck has overtaken this week. Ben, as belongs to the State Mrs. Kate Lyle and her daughter Guards aud had to join his comMargaret are visiting the former's pany, leaviugjust two or sister, Mrs. Hadden, in Lexington days after the baby came. threoa this week. Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Chaney Wm. Hardwick was in Jackson entertained last Saturday in honover Sunday to see the new grandor of their brothers, Troy, Lewis child born to his daughter, Mrs. and Floyd Martin. Those presAnna Sewell. ent were: Misses Alta Faulkner, Mrs. Carrie Tipton and daugh Eula Bowen. Nora Johnson, Mar ter Mina is visiting her son Clay garet Norton, Regent Snowden, Kuox and wife at Hodgenville, Sylvia and Mabel Faulkner, and Ky. this week. Messrs. Virgil Martin, Van Tip Lee Watson, of Cleveland, O., ton, Rob and Pete Burris, Holt has sot, up'hie drilling. machine Derickson and and will drill on Luther Steph An eejoyable even'iug was speut by them. ens place this week. West MpnroQ-Faulkner,. STANTON. Tuesday for his new home. ruts and bumps these are the JOLTS that wrack the life, out of the . dinary wagon. Rough, hilly roads demand exceptional wagon strength. That's why we sell Y Y t f t t The Bain Mountain Wagon a wagon bdilt to give-- longer and better service and stand up under the. twists and strains of the roughest roads in this part of the country. Tha the toughest oak and hickory groWn. Bain is built-oAnd it's built right! Strength isn't sacrificed, to cost of material or output. The Bain is generously proportioned throughout. Axles and skeins are extra large. Gears are heavily braced and ironed. Brakes are powerful g and will control The Bain and Mountain Wagon on any hill. f sure-grippin- Come into our store and see this wagon. Ask us about the warranty that backs it up. Call on your next trip to town. t t f t t t t Y Y Y Y Y t T i irtfifiiiffiriiiiiiitiiitifttiitfif tiitiri titirifitirifirirjf jijririfiritifirif jfiritLiLI 3& 2 .IV tf t t f t J ArS J" - Remember that we also handle a general line of merchandise. Give us a call when in need ."of :'oTo tfiirig, shoes, hats, caps, dry goods, notions, men's andwo: men's furnishing goods, trimmed hats, hardwareuaa dies, harness, queensware, groceries, ohairs, tables, safes, beds, mattresses, cots, trunks, suit oases, sw-in- g machines, Pictorial Review patterns, mattings rugs, linoleum, oil carpets, oil and ood coolffrig. stoves base balls bats and gloves mowers fey. t t t ? . rakes &c &c We are sole agents for Hart Schaffner & Marx, and. Queen- Quality sfcoesi jron. Matchless Brand clothing Walk-Ove- r shoes for men Stetson and women Arrow-BranShirts andGoliarg Astor Brand hats - ; Beldou Sears had the misfor tune to cut his left hand quite severly while cutting grass with a sickle in the dormitory yard. Rev. J. 0. Hanley was in Lex ington Monday night and heard Rev. Charles Stelze of New York City in the Redpath Chautaqua. A. T. Stewart has had his house newly painted and lattice work put up, making a very de cided improvmeut in the place. T Mrs. Annie Sewell and little baby, of Jackson, will come to Y Stahlou Monday to stay with Y her parents while her husband is Y in the army. The County Sunday school convention will be held at Clay City A good program July lr has been arranged and will be published later. Patrick Bros, have received Y notice that their drilling machino t t v f t t Y Y Y Y Y Y Y We are still more proud than ever of our County School Super intendent for the stand she has taken on refusing certificates to those who give aud receive help. But wo suppose now some teacher or interested relative of one, will begin a movement to have her defeated in her next race, should she make it. It has ever been thus that when a person does stand out for justice that some one will try to defeat them. Let us all stand by our superintendent for the eland she has taken and let her know that we approve of diap-pointe- d such doings. SOth-SOt- 1ias d And J. J. C Corsets e '"jjjfc been shipped and will be hero in a few days. They expect to begin drilling on the Creed place. merchandiseifafe- .If you want good, reliable, up'to-datlow prices, quality considered, -- give us a call. Y Y Y Hardwic k & Colt STANTON, KY. T7 . v Miss Anna. Clark left Monday to begin her school at Camptou Jet. Richard Crowe is teaching at Pompey ; Guy Orowe, the Mor ris creek school and ins wife the Hatchers creek school. ' T Misses Nora Johnson and. Margaret Norton enertained in honor of the guestof Mrs. Robert Eweu last Thursday evening. J. Dan Jackeou, of Winchester, Refreshments were served and was a business visitor hero a delightful time enjoyed. Wednesday. Mr. Jackson has an The Temperance Ralley held intorest in somo land on nard-wick- e the 4th was a great success. Nqt Creek, and was here with as many people attended as were the other heirs to arrange for expected but those who did leasing it for drilling purnosos. were well repaid for going. A basket dinner was served on Old Faws for Sale at The . the grouuds and all partook of Timw 0 Am, ' at-teV Richard Crowe preached Sun day in the place of Rev. 0. J. Young, who was unable to bo here on account of sickness. We don't see any need of gettiug an outside preacher when we can get such good sermons as Richard preaches. There were only two men out to church Sunday night and a house full of women. What is the matter with the men of Stanton? Are you investing all your religion in your wife's name, expecting to go through on it? A church cannot run with outtho men coming out and taking an interest. The great was placed in the hands of men and unless we do our part the work will suffer, as it is suffering hero in Stanton. Com-missi- P J . T ' tm V X ' - r . r " IOCAI MP Jesse Lee Duncan, who ha working in Dayton for some mouths, was iiome'for his father's fuuoral. Ho reports that there is pleuty of work in Dayton and other Ohio mtfes. boon F.ttral, Inquiry 'FacNM te" Rowan county defeated the Wra. Neal, of near Stanton, road bond issue a week ago, by a was here Wednesday on business. small majority, and another election is to be called for De Miss Ruth Boall, of Winchester, cember 2. Go to it, Rowan, and is the guest of Mrs. W. . Mountz. get out of the mud, as Powell ia doing. Jordan Orabtrce, of Lee coun-ty- , was here on business this Wheat harvesting is about week. all done for this year. It is a pity that Powell county farmers Mr. and Mrs.O. F. Totnlinson more of this grain, were down from Nada over the do not raise but we expect they will when we Fourth. have pikes to bring a threshing Mrs. Sylvia Russell, of St.' Hel- outfit over. ens, spent a couple of days in Mike Wilson, of Montgomery town this "week. county, passed through here a Toilet articles of the best few davs ago with a nice bunch quality are sold by Miss Ollie of cattle he was bringing from He had among 27 2t. the mountains. IIoskinsv them a fine yoke of steers for Mrs. Hoyt Russell and little which he paid 200. by'dcrhands from the conductors, engineers, firemen and brakemen oh the country an additional burden in transportation costs of $100,(X)0wD"x y'par, , the railroads propose that this wage problem be settled by referencefaji impartial Federal tribunal. Wittiftliese employes; whose efficient service. is acknowledged, the railroads have "hp difTcVehceVthat could not be considered fairly and, decided justly by "such a Railroad Strike? x D publicbyV ... - roads Urge Public Inquiry and Arbitration ThVfbrmal proposal of the railroads to the employes for the settlement controv8sy is as" follSws: "Our cenfenfMti. htTe.derobnitrited thit trt cannot harmonize our differencei of opinion and that ercnftialljr tht mitten in wtroreriy mut be pined upon by other'and dtiinte'rtited acencict. Therefore, we propose thit:rour propouli anfl the propoutlon of the raiwaji be ditpoied ol by one or the other ot the following methoda: 1. PreferablbT liibmlation to the Intentate Commerce Commitiion, the only tribunal which, by reaion of iu acciimulited iotarmatioafbearing on railway conditions and Its control of the revenue of the railways, is in a posi tion to consreer and. protect the riehta and equities ol all the interests affected, and to provide additional revenue necesiary to'meet the'.added cost of operation in caie vour proposals are found br tht Commission to be iust and reaionabled'r; In the'event the Interstate Commerce Comminioh cannot, under existing laws, act in the prtmiiti1 that we. jointly request Congress to take such action at may bt necessary to enable the Commission to consider an promptly oiipoic oi ine qucsnons involved; or . By arbjwation with the provisions of the Federal law" (The Newlands Act). Thncker, who for the past four years has had the con Mr. and Mrs. Bon F. King and tract for carrying the mail on the baby, were up from Lexing- the Union Htill route, complete ton for the holiday. his work-th- e last day of June and John Burton will have charge of Mrs. H. H. Pherigo and the it for the next four years. children spent Sunday witn hen parents at West Bend. O. L. Daniel, the enterprising merchant' of Vaughns Mill, re The Ladies Aid of the Christian ceivea a shipment of wagons church will- - give an Ico Cream Wednesday, three of which he has Supper on Saturday July 15. sold to some of the oil operators Mrs. M. P. 0,'Mara is visiting Oscar says the oil men" are 'sure. her Bister, Mrs. J. B. Dixon, at making things hum in his part of Portsmouth, Ohio, for a tew the county and that they .will W. D. daughter, Irma, are visiting atives in Ashland. rel- 'Leaders Refuse Offer and Take Strike Vote Leaders of the train service brotherhoods, at the joint conference held in New refused the offer of the railroads to submit the issue to arbitration York, Juntl-15- , or Federal Review, .and. the employes arc now voting on the question whether -vs authority shall be given these leaders to declare a nation-wid- e strike. The Interstate Commerce Commission is proposed by the railroads as the-'t- i Lt- - t. ..j-lit. :j l ..! puuiic uoQy. to wnicn tins issue ougnt to uc rcicrrcu lor incsc reasons; No othertTsody with luch.an intimate knowledge of tailro'adcenditions' has, such an unqueitioned posi tion.;! n the: public confidence. ThVVateMhe railroads may charge the public for asportation art now largely 'fixed by. thit Govern sneni poara. Ouf'bf everjr;.dollar received' by the railroads from the public ntHly 'one-ha- lf ployes as wages; and the money to pay increased wages can come trom no other source than me rates paid by the public. Commerce Commission, with its con-tr- ot in a position to make a complete investigation and render such decision at 'would protect the interests of the railroad employes, the owners of the railroads, and the public. over rates, The Interstate it js.paid directly to the "em- - weeks, Bay-'City, have lots of 6U there" before long. Bale'at his He is having N. O. MAHBR. Vln--f rutin!. 1YR. ALBRlGHf.-Ci0. H. EMERSON, Hailway. f7.ViW.r. Utufr. Norfolk ft Wail.ro Railway. Grail Monktra Henry Hainmons, who has store next week' Owen al?o All.oua iosii s.in Hnuroao. t IAMBS RUSSELL. Cn'lUffr. C. H. EW1NO. Cra7 JUaaaiw. UW. BALDWIN. Gn'IHtiir, ,l working in Lexington for brought into town a specimen of 'rbUadtlphla A Ra4ia Rsitnty. been CtQtril at Geor.lt Railway. Dear tr ft Rio Graada Railroad. B. W. GR1CB. On'ISnH. Tmi. A. M. SCIIOYBR. tuUnt C. L. BARDO, Gtu'l Mini fir.some time past, was home for his sk ill as a taxidermists a Ptaatylraaia Liaaa Wait. Ckatspaaka ft Ohio Railway. Naw.York. Ntw Hire, ft H.rtlori RaUroaA W. L. SEDDON. iC H. COAPMAN. WfluUt. '. A. 9. GRBIG. Aut. fa RKiivm. mounted groundhog, which was the Fourth. Seaboard Air Liaa Railway. St. Louii ft Sta Fraaolieo Railroad. x So.lhira SsUway. C. .W. KOUNS. Cn'lUtmtur. very artistically set up. A. J. STONE, S. B. COTTER. CnVMttir?' ' ' ', AtehiiOD.Toptka ft Santa Pa Rtllw af. Erla Railroad Wabath Railway. Rev. L. F. Martin left this G. S. WAID. rurnt. 0 On'lUtn. H. W. MoM ASTER. Cn'l Mtntltr. . P. B. CROWLEY", Aut. YCZtfUmi. v- VYktslial ft Uka'Bria Railroad. Soatat Ctatral Liaaa. New YarkCs.tral RaHiray. morning for Lerose, in Qwsley BPWOItTH LEAGUE county, where he will hold a ten days' meeting. Owing to the death of Sir. Duncan, Look Good Feel (Jood rtuiV the special program by the little folks Oita Daniel, "TREES. "A Urceipt- - for a. Go'edrDay," by Lee McPherson is, in Lee and was postponed, last Sunday. and Ornamental one can either l good nor Fruit Owsley counties buying a bunch Topic for next Sunday : Why Moke RuthBurghHr. look good while Buffering from Shrubs, Qrape Vines, Khiibnrb, AsSong., by the childrefiif: of cattle for the Mt. Sterling an Ideal Nation? Bible vqrse8,.by tfit cil3rtri. constipation. Get rid of that tirrd, Prayer. n. paragus, Peonies, Phlox, noses, cU court day sales Duet, by Mr. and draggy, lifeless feeling.bv treat Song, by the children. lEdinon Burgher. .j&S;. EVKRT THING FQR ORCHARD. "Welcome Epworth Leaguers," by New Life Pills Mr. and Mrs. Win. Johnson "When Day is Jtarry inent of Dr. King'ti Irene Rucker. LAWS AND GARDEN. ' Buy. a box take one or two and family and Mrs. Tomlinson Bowman. , jjjSj&c "God sent me Here," by Russol . pills A Prayer, by three In the ti'ornitig NO AGKNTS ' FREE CATALOGS spent Wednesday with Mr. and Wltite. tFiit stuffed, dull feeling is gone "Why'byflglrU:,.-- . v Mr6. G. Hackvvorth. "The World-wid- e Fatherland," by H. F. Hillenmeyer & Sons. Quartette, by Mootz:Tljro8i and yi,feel better nt once. Lexington, Ky. . Song to the Flag, 'lMrs. Stanley Reed and daugh2oo. at your druggist. League Boned ter, Eva, of Cyuthiana, are visit-inMrs, Reed's brother, Olifl Gets Goodipjtc'e. Lockhart & Goodwin, Shimfessel and family. CLEANING AND PRESSING. VtH-rm- .. ritt-rm- .. . Owen. P,atrjck, the. bustling Mrs. Tomlinsb'n, of spending a few days' as young merchant of JCimbrell, Micli., is the guest of Win. Johnson and was in town Wednesday ana . left us a nice .order for job Work: family. The railroads feel that they have no right to grant a wage preferment 67 $10bf0W,0pdaayear to these employes, now highly paid and constituting only h of alKtheeipJoyes, vithout a .clear mandate from a public tribunal that ; l ; ' thair dctermine'-thJ"IJ. meritiof ihc'caie after a review of'airthc facts.' a VWpe ThrfitrioTt it tut, htfnre' i hr rnuti'trv tt .mhtth'tr thit rontrniism ti :t he 'i titled- owAtiWtiiifcTfk' one-fiftc ' - trnvui nut nrmni inuun r ui uy muuin tui twui iui . - - . i "tT'-tj-; ar saatK'sST-iF- - ' is. v. EUSHA LEE, Chairman awiuii.vonrerence ,ommiice oi iae railways jK,Ji- - - . lo ft-e- . WitT-Qassid- y Dot)y jlh-!)- . -- t. g Acniue Lotion, a liquid healer for pimples, rash, eczema and skin affections, is sold ly Mise t Ollie lloskins. 27-2- P8 linn Mmniin n Ictiwl. Why Dot give yottr Doyanagirian opportunity to jnake thair heme study ecujf and of Millers James Mackey, Creek, Estill county, lipent a couple of days last week with his mother, Mrs. O. II. Mackey. them the same chances to XV "Brmotion andwin pro success effectivet Give as the lad having the advantage oi WEBSTER'S Dictionary in hia home. Thk new creation answers witn nnai aumor-it- y all kinds of puzzling questions in niswry, geograpny, Diograpny, iwa1 a! . t An llllff MICKRAIIUIIfM. Mina n II. U. Crabtree is in Breathitt County, looking after his logging Mr. F. It. BUcka .Stnton, - by was honored a few d(WfsiTbeing appointed by QovcrpySMtanfeyj, as a member of the ExtenjK06m,rnUtee, to look after tlio 'intertkUi?of Eastern Kentucky in the apendjflrthoSnilth. Lbverfund for fanrtJpWwipn work. Mr. Blackburn is tjlilw' capable of liaudting this work. hlkwMrxnerieuce on the State, Board olhfilttire and in farm work havmffjtippd him thoroughly for this! itWt4it position and wo are glad kagf twt hla vyorlr hus been appreciated, . am ready to do your Clean Good work Ing and Pressing. I DENTISTS OFFICES " guaranteed and charges able. Orders left with will receive prompt reasonBloom, CLAY CITY . -HAMPTON J. attention. 'JAMES WILLIAMS. For Oood Bartering Try ' contract at Wllhtirst. The con tract will take three yearn to complete. Mr, and Mrs. Eee Wasson, of e A. P. Johnson A UUU BClvuCcD. iSO.OOO Better TheL. &N. k chance in train m greatly nppreckt' ing train. Instead of vine, win run on the evening trutH through, kXiig. and arriving (h Lw T iSerylce I WHEN YOU WANT A SHAVE OR HAIR OUT' OR ANY TONSORIAL WORK CALL ON H. H. PHERIGO. -- Vocabulary Terms. 37MPsm. Oer4W0 Illustration. Colored PU tea. In the old stand, next to the Red i The typ K&Uar U equivalent totbat ol m 1 Beslopedj. SSdAMIbetUatiTa (Jtncitiuati, have been visiting Mrs. Wassoh'8 brothers, Charles, Koulr and Matt Anderson, for tin' past week. Corn is looking better than the averngt) this year and a bumper crop is, expected. The plentiful tains early in the season and the l recent hot, dry days' corn, fur the are-idea'.-- Mm SchoUily, Accurate. CesiolBt, than anyotker tUUVLCUOBJUJ. .another Rlvar Mowt. k will be jffhe mora Shampooing and Scalp j ........ rU, and Hacking Cough weakeas the Systrm Treatment aA BECCLAK AND '(mm rfght i.j&t Moon, THE WINCHESTER BANK, of AVinchester Ky, Capital Stock $100,000 Surplus and Undivided NT. EDITION. WRITE for u yeu mom m :.a actet The Fourth bwtuKaV town, ttW any'kMttL ,tiateim't trUietly iu; ot .'.jwkJt'KJWw - nyVweMM,. Vast 'akaKP'kV' ' Front Holly AVitbcrspoon, W, It. Spltar " $300,000 President.. Cashier. YQUJl ACCOUNT SOLICITED. n liackii'g weakened your system gef, a oottla of Dr, Kings Ney Discovery, in m over 1(1 years, and benefiting nil who use it, (ho Hoothlnli pine hfilsnm with tar heal the irritated ajr parage Boptliea the raw poti, loosens tie mucous ant) prevent)), raeking (h'ti body wj(Ji couarhing. D. Kihg's (New Discovery Induces BHral alep (Did aicjs natn;eto.uiire you. . Don't euffor with (hat hail cough -- , v . 1