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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): July 13, 1916 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1916 cla1916071301_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 13, 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. C .1' N. CITY TIMES We are Here to Help Clay City; the Surrounding Country and Ourselves. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. J. E., Bwgher, Publisher. ' VOL, XXI. T PLAY CITY, KY., THURSDAY . JULY 13, 1916, - " '' , NO. 28- - Back on the Job. undersigned established this paper Jan. 1, 1890, and for eighteen years and eight months was its publisher. Sept. 8, 1914 the paper was sold to MrM. P. O'Marfti who has since been its guiding star, and has made' a sucThe Narrow Escape Prof. Ranson - jFor Principal Losing Flesh in Florida. F. G. Oonlee, who spent the STANTON. (By P. O. Derthick.) Rev. J. O. Hanley was in Lexington this week on business. A. T. Stewart made a business trip to Clay City one day last .week. Ed Dennis was home with his family over Sunday and has returned to his work in Breathitt. Miss Patsy Abney returned home Sunday after spending sev. oral days with her sister in Garrard county. Tilford Abner returned home Monday after spending two weeks with his son, Sherman, near Campton. Mrs. Saunders, who has been visiting her brother on Morris creek, returned to her home at Dayton, O., last week. Annie, the oldest child of Mr. Mrs. Andrew Yocum, is threatened with typhoid fever. Dr. Johnson is waiting oa her. and Floyd Helton and John Centers have gone to Daytou, O. to seek work. Their families will remain on Morns creek while they are away. An eleven ponnd baby boy arrived to gladden the hearts of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Melroy, last Saturday. Both mother and baby are"doing well. Mrs. Mollie Law, Hdttie E. G. Cogwell, motored home from Lexington last Suu-dnHattie had been attending the Chautuaqua going on there. Dr. I. W. Johnson was called by telegram to Hamilton, O., to see his sister, Mrs. Hall, who is very sick. When he left there, Hard-wiclcay. A runaway accident near Spout SpririR, Saturday, came near hav- The Bqard'. of. Trustees at their Oscar Bar- - meeting Frjday night unanimousjog' serious; results nett was driving a colt to a cart. ly selected Prof. Neal A. RanThe colt-habeen used but. little. son as Principal of the Olay City Hfa sister, Miss Martha Barnett, Graded. School, for the coming accompanied him. Just in front year, and Misd Carrie Coldiron, were Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Pas-le- Hazel Green for primary teachcess of it. T,he colt became frightened er. At a previous meeting they "Mr. O'Mara is going to Ohio to accept al more Tretnunerative posi- and jumped and lunged until Os- had. selected G. L. Smith for the tion, arid we are "back on the car was thrown into a wheel and second.grade.aYnd the staff is now job." The readers of The Times hurled around a number of times complete. The other two teachall know us. We are the same untir he was loosed. He sustain- ers who hafl'ljeen previously seed considerable bruises about his lected wore unable to take their in principle aB formerly; a outspoken, having no chest and shoulders and had one places on account of failing in and Miss Martha was their examination. secrets and ever favoring an ear split. division of spoils, and thrown from the cart? without in? equitable In securing Ivir. Ranson for the an unqualified rule of the people jury. principalsbip jpf the school, the The colt ran into Mr. Pasley's Board acted very wisely as he is by their humble selves. Striving for these principles, in addition buggy and managed in some way recognized as an excellent teachto furnishing our readers with all to so pull the carf in contact with er. For thepast two years he the local news we can gather the buggy as to cut a gash in Mr. has been teaching at Stanton while at hard work, we hope to Pasley's head. College and :he is thoroughly competent t& take charge of a furnish The Times' readers some Buys Good Hogs high, school. . thing worth their while to read. J. E. BURGHER.- - N. V. Rose, one of Powell Miss GoldirBn is a graduate of Hazel GreenAcademy and iu county's most enterprising young addition, to three years of teachFresh From Fitchburg. farmers, has just received from Jas, D. Powell of Montgomery, ouo ot the largest hog farms in ing she has had two years special training for primary work. She passed through town yesterday Tennessee, three pure bred Berk- comes very highJy recommended. on his way home from Estill oil shire hogs, which he will use as fields. Ho reports the building the neucleus of a herd. Mr. Rose of a large stution at Fitchburg, is to be commended on his action Expect (great Things.. to receive oil by gravity from the in this regard and it is to be W. S. Collier aud Mrs. Collier, volla iu all that section, and hoped that others in the county of Newport, together with J. T. pump i thence to Oampton. He will follow, the. splendid example 5aya';he: heard out thererali the ' Jaak, werfyiiujje city Tuesday ', rtliat.he haslet!, h'bokW 'aftorFstheir oil' ""leases '0ly3ef(M6berly around Turkey Knob. They exon Millers Creek, Salt Works Fiscal Court Meets, press full confidence in the proswas running, over a heavy over- - flow, without pumping. pects for the ultimate developThe Fiscal Court was called ia ment of the oil interests in this session Friday to levy the necescounty. These gentlemen will Meeting at Powell's Valley Church sary road tax to apply on beThe protracted meeting which sinking fund,and interest account not content themselves in the only small wells are the has been in progress at Powell's the recent $10,000 road bond is- lief that Valley Ohurch since July 1st, sue. This was a matter that was allotment of the Powell county expect to has resulted in five accessions to overlooked at the May meeting field, but confidently etriko some really good wells the church and a great spiritual in the rush of busiuess. The tax revival of the membership. Bro. books had been made out and later some 50 barrel wells or Royalty, of Mercer county, who ready for delivery to the Sheriff better. lias been assisting the pastor, when the omission was discovTo Shortly Return Home. Elder J. T. Turpin, has done ered. Thomas Bohn, one of our somo very 6trong preaching and people, born and reared has greatly endeared himself to Arm Boy near Stanton, is back here on a the church membership. Beverly White, the youngest visit to the scenes of other days, son of Mr. and Mrs. T. G. White, He has been gone from here some Encounters Gas. years, his home now had the misfortune last Friday thirty-fivou a fine farm uear Butler More 'recent developments in to fall from a hog pen in the being the drilling of the oil well on yard at home, breaking one bono in Bates county, Missouri. He is The little fellow visiting, especially,, his sister, Mrs. Emma Mounlz's place shows of his arm. considerable gas. of the marketa- suffered quite a lot of pain but Mrs. John Rose.; but he has been ble kind. The drilling is now after the fracture had been re- the rounds up to Breathitt and down 400 feet with gpod judica-tiqn- s duced by Dr. Martin, he was Lee counties, seeing relatives and of striking the coveted oil a somewhat easier and is now on a old friends. He will return to Missouri shortly. little further down. This hole fair way to recovery. will' bo drilled to a depth of 800 Sunday School Program. A Waste of Crop. feet unless oil is found sooner. will observe the Our readers The blackberry crop was never program for the Powell Oounty larger nor better. Thousands of Pipe Unloaded Here. Sunday School convention which dollars worth of them will bo A car load of two inch cast iron held , pipe was unloaded here Monday will.be in this at the Methodist bound to go to waste because of city Saturday and insufficient market. If wo had a church and Tuesday and hauled out to Sunday, July 20 and 80. It is canning factory that could use up old Furnace tp be uastd in laying hoped that every school iu the all the berries we have, it would additional pipe line from the county will be represented at this mean a great deal to Powell fields to intersect meeting, and that the outside county. Hero is whore we need the much larger line, at Campton will bo in proportion a few Yankees. which runs from there to the attendance to the importance of the meet refineries at Parkeraburg, W, ing. . Va-Clay City Wins. The game of ball played Sat NOTICE! Clay City Short en Mail Rev, Logan Irvin, of Tarapa, urday aftornoon in the Eaton The people of Olay City receiv. Flo'rida, will preach in the Pres Ball Park, between Olay City ed no, mail on up train today and b'yterian church, next Sunday and Stanton, resulted in a victoits. useless to say we are a grump morning' ry for the honje boys by a score at 11 o'clock. A looking5 set A" The morning train of 10 to 0. The game was very , is extended to lpail clerk overlooked Olay Olty interesting. indistributiug!Uie.mail pouches, everyone, d y. winter at Gasparilla, Florida, was' in town this week, having recently returned 'from the. Land of Flowers. Some of his friends remarked that he looked just a bit thinner than when he1 left here last fall, and in trying to account for it, they fiud that his falling-of- f was caused, not by that climate and'eountry, but by the continued exertion of pulling to forty out the twenty-fiv- e pound fish that took his hook, day after day, on the sea shore along the coast at Arcadia. Mr. Conlee, himself, admits that a man who loves fishing would rather be poor than to miss the pull of a forty-pounder. free-think- er Our Little Reporter. Everything was still but the clicking of the types, Wednesday afternoon, when a curley-hairerobust, fine little fellow, sprang with a bound into the office with a quick, insistant call, "Mr. Mara! Mr. Mara!" Mr. O'Mara was in, and answered, and the child instantly and proudly announced "I've got me a little sister, Mr. Mara!" and, having in that way got his big piece of news in The. Times, away he went to tell his grandpa Eaton. He was W. T. McGuire's little son, Walter. , . Returning' ' 7f oiwe nd 20-ce- old-tim- e Breaks e Estill-Powe- ll Mr. Ben. Mastin and family will return to their farm near Powell's Valley, this week, from Cincinnati, where they moved sometime early in the spring. Mr. Mastin is in very poor health and is eager to return home, and Mr. Gip Oason, who had the coming back, she was some betfarm rented, very generously ter. surrendered possession of it for Mrs. Fred Blackburn and baby his benefit. spent from Tuesday to Friday with her home people at WinFarmers' Union chester while Fred was attendAssigns. ing a meetiug of the State Board of Agriculture at Louisville. The Farmers' Union Store, Blackberries by the galore .are which has been operatiug in this Every, two years, has begmuing to come in. city for about body can put up this fine fruit made a deed of assignment to H. G. Orabtree and ho will dispose this year as tho vines are loaded of this property at some future with berries. They are of very date. The liabilities will reach fine quality, as there have boon 82,000, with assets in excess of plenty of rains. this amount. Poor collections Mrs. Kate Bohannan and Mrs. are the cause of the failure. Sallie WilliamB are iu Detroit, Mich., where they went to visit Ice Cream Supper their sons, Donald Bohannan and Harvey Wells, who are working The Ladies' Aid Society of the there. They took the boys comChristian Church will give an pletely by surprise. Ice Cream Supper iu the churchGrading for the now depot at yard, on Saturday night, July 15. Stanton has beguu and the erecMusic will be rendered 'by the tion of tho building itself will Olay Olty Concert Band. Every- soon begin. Note the change in body is cordially invited to come train times: For Jackson and and help make this a long to ho above, leave at 8 : 82 and 7 : 87 ; remembered occasion of pleasant for Lexington and beyond, leave social intercourse. at 7 : 00 and 0 : 87 o'clock from Store Rains. The drougth that has prevail-e- d for three weeks, gets slight relief by occasional light spriuk-le- a In some parts and showers. of the country the showers have Good rains now been left off. would be worth considerable to crops of thiB.couuty. Threatening Stanton. Prof. Neal Ranson and his family left Tuesday for Ohio where they will visit his wife's people. After a visit, with his people in North Carolina, they will move to Olay Oity, where Mr. Rnnson was elected Princi- - (Contiuued ou page 5) ' - , .0 J - CLAY CI.TY TIMES Americanism "tho Indivisibility and STATE BANK HEADS MEET cohercht strength of tho nation" was GOV. KENTUCKY CAVES proclaimed the "supremo Issue of this dny" by the platform adopted by Uio Federal Reserve Act Dltcrlmlnates Democratic national convention nt St Against State. Banks,Supervl-tor- s Louis, as n declaration of pnrty faith. TO NAME MAYOR WILL BE Claim. ' Military and naval preparedness to "assert nnd demonstrate" this Anicii Louisville, Ky. Stato banking lnstl cniilsm nnd a violent denunciation of tutlons are discriminated, against by LACKEY, OUSTED MAYOR OF PA "conspirators for tho advancement of Section 19 of the federal roscrro act, NEW YORK SCIENTISTS TO INtho Interest of a foreign power" DUCAH, 18 MENTIONED TO which precludes state banks from act BLUE GRASS VESTIGATE marked tho strong planks of the plat Ing as reserve agents tor national SUCCEED HIMSELF. CAVES NEXT FALL. form. Tho suffrage plank declared in banks, doclarod resolutions adopted by favor of the enfranchisemnt of women the National Association of Supcrvl' "by tho stntes." sors of Stato Banks, in annual conven Mexican Revolt THREE COMMISSIONERS TIPPED tion Here. It also was declared that TOURED CENTRAL KENTUCKYThe parcels post system as operated tho universal check clearing system, Full nnd complete authority to use as provided for In tho federal reserve the National Guard as un offensive today is building up corporations thnt act. Is neither Just nor equltablo, arm lu the Mexican' campaign was de- in n few years will overshadow the Dispute Arises As to the Appointive it was resolved to call attention and Very Much Impressed With Stat; as a of manded of congress by President Wil- largest trusts of tho present time, Is Power of State Executive, When Field for Archaeological representatives la congress to that son. Both house nid senate will pass the opinion of a committee of the Na ' Announcement Is Made. Researches. section with a request that It bo reat Washington a resolution placing the tionnl Wholesalo Grocers' association pealed. At the closing session of the militia called Info service under the which reported nt the closing scsslona Western Newspaper Union News Service. convention Burlington, VL, was cho-so- n Western Newspaper Union News Service. absolute authority of the federal gov- held at Boston. as the 1917 meeting placo. The Lexington, Ky. Prof. A. M. Miller, ernment. Paducab, Ky. The Paducah ouster George W. Perkins, Progressiva suit decided recently by the court of date was loft open. W. R. Willis, of dean of tho College of Afts and The Mexican government In Yuca- lender, after a series of conferences appeals started what promises to bo a California, was elected president; Science of the University of Kentucky, tan has Issued n proclamation order- with Col. Theodore Itoosevelt nnd with bitter legal fight, which again may Charles A. Glazier, Utah, "first vice has received a letter from H. C. Neling out all Americans nnd declaring Gov. Charles II. Whitman at New tormlnate in tho state court. Follow prosldent, and John H. Davis, Arkan- son, of tho American Museum of NatSupervisors ural Hlstory,Now York, which states a state of wur exists between the two York, nnnounced that negotiations ing the announcement that Gov. Stan- sas, secretary-treasurer- . ley would appoint Mayor Ernest from more than 20 states were pres- that archaeological researches will bo countries, according to passengers ar- were under way looking to a "restoration of the good feeling" between tho Lackey to succeed himself, it was ent. made noxt fall In the limestone region riving at Galveston, Tex. Progressives and Itepubllcans. learned that he bad selected George C. of Central Kentucky. Tho work will be at the expense and under the archWallace to succeed himself as city The governor of the state of SInnloa Cnpt. Stanley Willis Wood, nn offlcer commissioner, and had decided on S. aeological department of the museum has declared war on tho United States, KENTUCKY BREVITIES and will be conducted by Mr. Nelson, according to a radiogram from Com of the British army, was reported H. Winstcad and Sanders E. Clay to' who was In Lexington in May and, mander Kananaugh of the gunboat killed In action Juno 13 last, accord- succeed Commissioners T. N. Hazellp Harlan, Ky. Wlllard Garland was accompanied by Prof. Miller, visited ing to an army message reported by and C L. VanMetor. The court of apAnnupolls at Mazatlan, Mex. run "over by a mining car in the Mrs. R. W. Wood of Kansas City, his peals ousted Mayor Lackey and Cliy several caves and rock sholters In Cen mines on the Cumberland river, tral Kentucky. Mr. Nelson then left Commissioners George C. Wallace, T. The Washington administration's re- mother. N. Hazellp and C. L. VanMetor, hold- crushing him so badly that ho died In for New Mexico to undertake investiply to the Carranza ultimatum of "America first," shouted thousands ing they were elected fraudulently. a short time. gations similar to the ones that will three weeks ago demanding the be held in this section. United Stntes withdraw Its punitive of voices In tho preparedness parade at The govornor Is expected within the Bedford, Ky. The fiscal court of When hero Mr. Nelson was much expedition from Mexico nnd allow the El Paso, Tex. While thousands of next day or two to announce officially Carranza forces to continue tho pur- small American flags wero raised aloft the appointment of the commissioners, Trimble county decided to issue $45,-00- 0 Impressed with the rich field for arch of the $90,000 bonds voted May 27. aeological discovery in the Bluegrass When the action of the governor was suit of Villa was sent to Carranza. by the ninjchers, a thousand voices While the text of the reply is withheld sang "America" and other patriotic learned John K. Hendrlck, chief coun- Bids for the bonds will bo received at region. The investigations will bo done sel for the plaintiffs in the ouster suit, the county clerk's office In Bedford mostly In the caves facing toward tho for tho present, It Is understood that airs. said the governor had no legal author- until July 6. south, as these were the ones In which It refuses point blank to consider any ity to make the. appointments, Buch living creatures are supposed to have withdrawal of the American punitive European News power Testing with City Commissioner Russellvlllo, Ky. A franchise to sheltered themselves during tho coldexpedition. Eighty thousand Austrlans wero Xi. A. Washington, who was not affect construct an lnterurban railroad Into ness of the glacier period. Preparations wero made on both cornered by the Russians when Czerno-wlt- z ed by the litigation. Attorney Hen Russellvilie from Nashville, Tenn., has fell nnd arc threatened with cap- dricks has been searching law books been sold by the city council to the sides of the International border at El Paso, Tex., for possible hostilities. ture unless they raako n precipitate ever since the officials were ousted Tennessee & Kentucky lnterurban MINERAL RIGHTS CLAIMED retreat, according to dispatches re- and he said the law was plain that Railroad Company. Commissioner Washington, the only The navy department nt Washing- ceived at Petrograd. remaining official, was vested with the ton announced that additional ships Maysvllle, Ky. Abner Hord, 75 By Louisville Lumberman, Who Asks The capture after bitter fighting by appointive power. He said no men' years old, retired pork packer and would be sent to the west coast .and Share in Estill Fields. tho Russians of Czernowltz, cnpltal of tion of the governor was made by the farmer, died at his home here from a east coast of Mexico. statute, therefore he clearly was in paralytic stroke. He was twice mar n the crownlnnd of Winchester, Ky. Six oil companies rled, being survived by his last wife President Wilson has called out the Bukowlnn, was officially announcced error in making the appointments. now reaping rich rewards in the Estill militia of every state for service o"h by the Russian war oUlce nnd admitand four children. county fields may be compelled to the Mexican border. Brig. Gen. Alfred ted by Vienna. share with Frank H, Russell, LouisMills, chief of the division of militia Campbellsvllle, Ky. In the election BIG HORSE SHOW PLANNED A further withdrawal by tho British affairs, estimates the minimum rallltla for tax of 30 cents on the dollar for ville, who comes in with an unusual , below. on the Tigris aft a graded school for Campbollsviile, 310 claim. Attorney "C. P. Spencer this-cityforce to be called out at 145,000 men. representing Russell, cast a er the .recent repulse by the. Turks of Feature of Agricultural Commence votes were cast, 303 for It and ment oMtentticky University; an nttempt to advance Is reported In against It. A sohool of this kind wilt bomb In the ranks of the companies Sonorn military authorities have Twhen he produced papers showing soon be established here. seized the Southern Pacific railroad of u statement issued by tho Turkish war that the Louisville lumberman, who the Mexico system and cut all tele ofilco nt Constantinople. Lexington, TCy. Recognizing that Richmond, Ky. Extensive prepare formerly owned the land where the graph wires ut the border, according Important to Kentucky, the horso Is The Paris war office announced the and that the College of Agriculture is tions are. being made to entertain tho rich stakes havo been" made, and who to private advices to Tucson, Ariz. capturo of German trenches on the doing a great work to Increase its members of tho Kentucky Valley Med sold it about ten years ago in small Gen. Jacinto Trevlno, commanding slope south of Le Mort Homme has value, a horse show Is proposed as one ical Society, which meets here soon tracts, after clearing out the timber, the Carrunzlstn army of the north, ad given tho French a new position on a of the features of the annual com- The session will be held In the new had reserved the mineral rights. The courts have held that oil Is a of a mencement week at tho University of Elks' building and a number of social vised General Pershing. American ex- front of nearly mile. The claims of tho French are Kentucky. The department of animal affairs have been arranged for the vis mineral, and, according to local attorpeditionary commnnder, that any neys, Russell will claim a million or ' movement of American tro.ops from directly contradicted hy tho Germans. husbandry of the Experiment Station itors. more from the developments. He has their present lines to the south, east and Agricultural College has underta or west would be considered a hostile Richmond, Ky. All the members of remained quietly in tho Falls City bidken to drawvup an attractive plan. ing his time, until the county Washington act nnd a signal to commence warTho proposition at present is to have the Madison county fiscal court wero field had become known Estill to the world fare. General Trevlno acted upon a horse show during two afternoons of the guests of Magistrate Williams at as one of the richest in existence. A second note to Austria-Hungarspecific Instructions from General regarding the attack by an Austrlnn commencement week, using the ath a fish fry on tho Kentucky river at Oiminzn. submarlno upon the American tank letlc field as show grounds. The exhl Boonesboro. The party went to Berea Inspect tho work done on the Dixie steamed PetroIIto, was coded at the bitlon will be for all classes under sad' to American troops captured Pedro state department In Washington die or In harness, with competition Highway and drove back over the pro ESTILLC0UNTYSCH00LSRICH for I.ujan, tin- - Vllllstn lleutennnt and one Immediate transmission to Vienna. It open to all of the country, and with posed route to Boonesboro. of the lenders In tho Columbus raid. Is understood to demand an apology suitable prizes and program. Teachers to Get Increase and New The Mexican was taken nt Taphaumes for the As Kentucky Is the greatest horse Carlisle, Ky. The small crop attack and reparation. Buildings Proposed. haclendn. live miles southeast of state in the Union, and Lexington a bluegrass seed in Nicholas county of is Numlquipn, by Troop M of tho Thircenter of the horse industry, a display now being stripped. Tho yiold will Every telephone nt teenth cavalry, under Cnpt. F. G. Tur- nt Washington was the Whlto House could bo arranged, it is said, excelling bo the smallest In years Lexington, Ky. Fifty Estill county connected with the here as a rener. convention hall in St. Louis nnd tho all others. The plan owes Its origin sult of the white clover. There are public schools have been made rich as president and his guests henrd the ova- to the deslro of university authorities many pastures where stripping can tho result of a lucky strike In the oil Mexican bandits crossed the Rio tion he received when he was placed to make commencement week appeal not be done at all on account of tho development- - in that county. Several Grande and attacked an American bor- In nomination. more generally to public Interest and heavy growth of clover. weeks ago, after considerable deliber . der patrol near Snn Ignnclo, Tex. Three particularly the alumni. ation, the county board of education troopers wero killed nnd six American leased a little school lot ' at- - Gum Springfield, O. The r Washington It wns announced wounded nnd eight of the Invaders thnt President Wilson at term of the Washington circuit court Springs, In the heart of oil territory, selected Vnnco were slain und several woundod. to oil prospectors, who McCormlck, former mayor of riarrls-burOFFICIALS HEAD THE PARADE Has adjourned after a three weeks started operations, and Immediately struck a Pu., as chairman of the Demosession. Tne docket was 1 hint. Tim gusher. By terms of the lease. $10,000 damage suit of Mrs. Annie cratic national committee, to succeed Domestic gets of the pro William p. McCorabs. More Than 2,500 Join In Big Demon Gordon against Richard Cheatham for the board an alleged assault was not tried. No ceeds, and at the rate the well Is proPresident Wilson's selection of stration of Central Kentucky. felony cases wore tried. The urand ducing the public schools of the counVnnco McCormlck of Ilnrrlsburg, Pa., A favorable report was ordered by ty will receive royalties amounting to as chairman of the Democratic nation- tho house military committee- at Washjury roturned 19 Indictments. Lexington, Ky. Two miles of peo$18,000 por year. As the result of.this al committee was approved by that ington on tho annual jirruy appropriabody by a vote of 47 to 1 at St. Louis. Hopklnsvllle. Ky. The city commls- - sudden acquisition of wealth", the tion bill, carrying $157,000,000. It ple took part In a preparedness parade makes provision for the increases and of Central Kentucky here, this line of sloners formally passod a resolution board is planning to build better The United States Is preparing for changes authorized by tho new army .marchers being multiplied many times at their regular weekly session that schoolhouses, Increase, the salaries of by solid ranks of spectators who filled hereafter permission would be any eventuality lu Mexico. Light reorganization lnw. refused teachers and erect a county high the sidewalks and windows of build- for any carnivals to be given In Hop- - school. , draft warships are being assembled ings along which the procession pass Kinsvwo. along the east and west coasts of the A constitutional amendment to dis mere naa been so much revolution-torrepublic. Tho entlro qualify federal judges from holding ed from Transylvania college to tho complaint of lato because of carnivals strength of the mobile National Guard any elective ofilco for at least two Woodland Park auditorium, It took here that the commissioners nut a BOARD OF REGENTS MEET of the nation fs being assembled In years after leaving the bench was In- the parade nearly an hour to pass, and quietus on such amusement. camps ready for active duty along the troduced In the senate at Washington It Is estimated that between 5,000 and Morohead, Ky. Tho Lexington DIs. Important Discussions i Held During by Senator Thomas (Dem.) of Colo- 10,000 persons were in line, while fully border. 20,000 word attracted as spectators, It trlct Conference of the M. Session At Rlchmond.Collese. rado. E. Church, was the biggest demonstration over South, adjourned a successful two Four persons met denth and damage principle, perhaps, ever days' session. Seventy-flva to the extent of $500,000 was done at Foreign Richmond. Ky.-O. Gilbert, chair- soen in the Blue Grass region of Ken and delegates were present. ministers man; Joplln, Mo., hy floods followiug a Dr. E. Senator H. M. Brock; W. A. tucky, Is said to have been the G. B. Mann, of Lexington, heavy rainstorm. Lieut. Gen. Count Helmuth von largest and presiding Price, J. W. Cammack and Jere A. Sulparado ever witnessed in Lex- elder of the district presided Moltke, chief of tho supplementary during livan, comprising the board of regents ington, except the. famous Bryan pro the meeting. Twelve thousand Probate Judge V. T. Law'ler of general staff of the army, died of del. of the Eastern Kentucky Normal cessions In 1896, lars was raised for Kentucky Wesley-a- n school, held a meeting here, Nearly Iluntsvllle, Ala., was kidnaped, shot apoplexy during a service of. mournThe demonstration, . however, had College. and beaten to denth, and his body ing In tho relchstag at Berlin for tho all those who comprised the old fac been brought about with only three weighted with steel and thrown Into a late Field Marshal von der Goltz. ulty were The board was or four days' preparation and. without Maysvllle, Ky. The FfiCfintlv on. high In its praise of President Crabbe, dough In the Tennessee river. the expenditure of money or the aid pointed turnpike commissioners Six persons were killed and 11 Inof this whose resignation was handed, la and and excursion county filed a petition In jured In a lire which started In the of wide advertising the rates, and represented, the promoters court requesting County Judge county accepted. A number of applicants for Lieut. Carlton D. Chapman, piloting Imperial hotel In Liverpool. Rice to president were received, but, few say, the spontaneous outpouring of the call off the election an army blpluue, volplaned from an ,et, to vote on an prealdeat will not be elected iansedl-ately- . people in. support of the principle, The issue of $200,000 In bonds for altitude of 4,000 feet near Columbus, turnpike Disturbances at Rotterdam by dem- procession was a stream Cashier R. T. Turfey, the of moving purposes la Mason county, pending N. M., and suffered only minor onstrators against the high price of banners treasurer. which flowed between the pa- result of the court of appeal ,oa the state bank, waa In the descent, which was neces- food were repeated. The police cleared the Prof Crabbe will leave feepttiabef triotic decoratleu'of the buildings and election case now before sitated by a broken propeller, the streets by charging tat crowds. that cetirt to acejt the preeUeaay the CeV the waving flag pf the spectators. tried here oa November 4, J9H, orado State Teachers'' STANLEY Happenings I of the World Tersely Told STUDIED WI1-ho- it War Austro-Hungarla- - three-quarte- rs spring-summe- g, 200-barr- el one-eight- h - - n n o . GU7 ' CLAY CITY TIMES MANY DESIRE TO JOIN STATE GUARD KENTUCKIANS RUSHING TO MILI . TIA HEADQUARTERS TO BE ENLISTED. EXAMINERS ARE KEPT BUSY All Brigade. Members to Take Test Being Entered. Into, Mobilization Camp at Earllngton. De-fo- re L (Special Frankfort Correspondence.) Frankfort, JCjr. So great was thq flood of .applicants for enlistment In the Kentucky National Quard which appeared at the headquarters of tho various units that medical examiners wore' forced to work, well into tho night. Many mon were turned away and aBkcd to return later. All present members of the Kentucky Brigado will be examined and unfit men weeded out boforo tho regiments move to a mobilization camp1 at Earllngton. Among the applicants fOr enlistment appearing at the hoadquarters .of tho threes regiments were many former members of the United States army. A telegram was received by Governor Stan-loy- . from Captain Redd, of tho House of Reform at Qreendale, stating that 175 Inmates of that institution desire to volunteer for field service. Major, C. W. Longmire, of this city, said he had received a message from Captain William S. Taylor, of Somerset, that 72 men desired to enlist Major Long-mirdirected Captain Taylor to enlist his company up to 150, which is full war strength. The reported resignation of Kelson J. Edwards, Lieutenant Colonel, of. Covington, has not been received at tho military department. Brigadier General toger D. Williams, 'commanding tho Kentucky Brigade, telegraphed General Hugh Scott that the Kentucky National Guard is ready for service. The present strength Is about 2,200. He does Hot believe the brigade, will bo ordered to the front until its. strength has been recruited up to 4,000 or more. o Mileage' Both Ways. Tho court of appeals, affirming tho Franklin circuit court In tho tca suit oCStato Auditor It. L. Greono against Sheriffs JL 0. "Jones, of Pulaski county, and Thomas Logan, of Hopkins county, held In an opinion by Commissioner Clay that sheriffs aro ontltlod to 10 conts mileage' both ways for conveying convicts to prison. Threo criminal casos woro affirmed by tho court of appeals and ono was reversed. W. T. Johnston, convicted in Fulton county of aiding and abetting bia nephow, Lonnlo Johnston, alleged to havo shot and killed Chester Stowo last January at W. T. Johnston's homo, secured a reversal because tho trial court charged tho jury as to the offenso. of manslaughter, when tho oyldonco pointed either' to deliberate homicide or innocenoe. Martin Knight, convicted in Muhlen berg as a "'possum hunter' must servo a term of one, to threo years. He was a member of tho band which visited tiio' homo of W. H. Chumley tho night of July6, 1914. Luclan Cornett, of Porry county, convicted of having liquor in his possession for tho purposo of sale, was fined $100 and sentenced to forty days in Jail. The court pt appeals in an opinion by Chief Justice Miller, affirmed tho verdict. Combs Friends Colonels. Prominent citizens of Fayette county, including both city and county officials, were in Frankfort to pay their" respects to Aqting Gov. Combs. All of them came as private citizens, but returned as colonels, the acting, chief executive commissioning them aides-d- e camps on his staff with the rank of colonel. Mrs. Combs, wife of the acting governor, and their and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Newton Duff, were also callers at the governor's office. Among the Lexlngtonians who came down to see Senator Combs perform his duties as acting governor were Major James C. Rogers, George Land, W. H. McCorkle, W. H. Schoon-make- r and Frank Ott, city commissioners; James O'Brien, city clerk; County Judge F. A. Bullock, Representative W. C. G. Hobbs, Dr. J. A. Goodson, F. Paul i Anderson and many others. son-in-la- Lee Hampton, deputy state Insurance commissioners under State Auditor Frank James, 190S to 1912, and under indictment lb Franklin county on a charge of misappropriating public funds, has been pardoned by Acting Governor T. A. Combs. Hampton had been a fugitive stneo tho chargo was made against him and tho money he waa alleged to have taken was re Court of Appeals Affirms, The Court of Appeals affirmed the stored by former Auditor James, who Jefferson Circuit "Court In the case of made application in person for tho parthe Louisville and Nashville Railroad don. Co, against the Greenbrier Distillery Co. The State Railroad Commission Company Must Take Lot.' The suit of Mrs. Mota Starlu to comheld that the rates charged by the rail-roa- d company on shipment of goods pel the Louisville Gas and Electric from Louisville, Nowport and "Coving- Co. to take a lot for $15,500 on Third ton to the distillery plant was, too high strpet, between Main and Water and Jowered the rate. The railroad street, was decided in her favor by company continued to chargo the rate the Coijft of Appeals. Tho company notwithstanding the order of the Rail- agreed to take the lot at that price., road Commission and tho distillery but declined to do so, claiming that company made claim for the over- Mrs. Starln could not convoy a clear charges. In this action the Greenbrier title. The court says that she can Distillery Co. waa joined by a large give a good title and that the comnumber of other distillery companies. pany aauet take the lot. qh the line of the Louisville and NashInsurance Order Incorporates. ville Railroad Co. The Union Camp of Preparedness ot the United States ot America a new J. Q. Ward Reappointed. lBuraM6 order la Louisville, filed ' J, Q. Ward, ol Parfa, was reappoint- article of taeerporatlon In the office ot geeretary of State James P, Lewis. ed secretary oMfce fish and game by governor SUaley, The, The organisers are; B, R. Atktasoo, St. Clay, ef Parte, waa afette4 a uakm oomaander; J. H. Brewer, union Isewber et&e eewwtasleR to auaeaad advlaar; A. S. Si 1th, galea banker; M. R. R. BtuMH, at Kiefe4. J. a,' J, Brcwer, uafea' clerk) H. J, Tilferd. Saabs, at Laakvllle. waV mwatatad tttlea attf&yi uul Dr, MMa Duaeaa, aalea bmAIm! dkaator. 0 (be aaamlnloa; com-sateat- Revenues Given Increase. ( State revenues from railroad franchises were Increased by the final decrees of Judge 'Cochran, of the United States District Court, in the suits of the Louisville & Nashville, Chesapeako & Ohio, and Illinois Central. Action was deferrod in the suits of tho Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific, whose attorneys were not present, at a hoaring before Judge Cochran here. Final decrees were lo be entered In the 1912 and 1913 franchise suits as soon as tho increased amounts are paid. It Is understood tho 1914 and 1915 cases will follow these two, though tho Louisville & Nashville has made no agreement to that effect and was given time to brief objection to being made to pay on more than $16,000,000 for 1915. The railroads will be given Injunctions restraining the state officers from collecting taxes on the balance of tho franchise assessments for the years named and will appeal. Tho Illinois Central beforo final decree is entered will be required to pay taxes on $1,347,212 more for 1912 and $2,161,007 for 1913; the Louisville & Nashvlllo will be required to pay on $2,909,292 more 1913 and the Chesapeake & Ohio on $2,255,561. State Examiner Reports. In a report on the inspection of Grant county offices, State Inspector and Examiner Nat B. Sewell took occasion to severely criticize County Judge T. Simmons, who Is serving his third term and submitted ono copy of his report to Attorney General M. M, Logan with a recommendation that It .bo called to the attention of the Com Mr. Sewell monwealth's Attorney. said the office records are so incomplete that a thorough report on the condition is impossible, but from an incomplete record of replevin bonds he holds Judgo Simmons liable to tho Commonwealth for $73.31, which Judge Simmons declined to pay, and Mr. Sewell recommends to tho Attorney General that steps be taken to collect the amount. New Trial for Shrout. John Shrout, convicted in the Nicholas Culrcuit Court for the murder of his brother, Jesse Shrout, and sentenced to the penitentiary for not loss than sixteen years, was given a now trial by tho court. Reversal was had on the grounds that the verdict was palpably against the evidence and appears to have been the result of passion and prejudice, and that the court erred in giving instruction qualifying the right of the defendant to rely upon the pleas of e tee Hampton Pardoned. very largoly upon tho ability of the oporator. Of about 200 tractor owners in Illinois, 57 por cent report that their outfits were not out of commission a single day when needed during the past season. Of tho remaining 43 per Difficulty In Operation Is Prin- cont, tho averago number of days thoir tractors wero out of commission when cipal Objeotlon Given. noedod was seven. This average, does not Include tho experlenco Decidedly Unwise for Owner to Un- of soven men who stated their machines were out of commission nearly dertake to Gain Necessary Knowlall the time and ono who said halt tho by Experimenting With edge time. Hla Own Machine. "The reports of tractor owners indicate that with a careful and proficient Depart(Prepared by the United States oporator a gaB tractor 1b a very dement of Agriculture.) pendable sourco of power; occasional Tho authors ot Farmers' Bulletin slight delays probably will bo encount719, "An Economic Study of tho Farm ered, but serious onos will bo excepTractor in the Corn Bolt," point out tional. With a caroless or Incompetent in reports from nearly 200 own- operator, sorlous delays aro apt to bo that ers of tractors in Illinois difficulty in frequent. operation was mentioned as tho prin"About 90 per cent ot tractors in Illicipal disadvantage of tho tractor. In nois aro operated by tho ownor or discussing this fact, especially in Its some member of his family. The bearing on the reliability of tho tracof these men show that an avertor, tho writers say: s age of about of an hour "in view ot the fact that difficulty is lost per.day on account of trouble In operation is mentioned by tractor with tho tractor itself. owners as tho principal disadvantage of tho tractor, It seems pertinont to state that whllo any man of ordinary USEFUL DEVICE ON TRACTOR ability can operate and care for a gas tractor very satisfactorily aftor a llttlo Automatically Steers Machine and Keeps Its Direction Parallel to study and experience; it is decidedly the Furrow. unwise for him to undertako to gain the necessary experlenco by experiIt Is stated that this devlco menting with his own machine. In a tractor and keeps most cases he can obtain the experience moro cheaply elsowhero. Ex- Its direction parallel to the furrow. perience In running stationary engines It is a rectangular frame which at tho or automobiles, whllo of somo value, rear Is attached to tho front whools of la not enough; the mero starting ot the tractor and at the front Is support- tho motor, changing ot gears, and stopping are simple matters, and any farmer can quickly learn to do these, but tho important thing is tho ability to detect trouble tho mlnuto is begins to develop, and to be ablo to remedy it promptly instead ot allowing it to run along until an expenslvo delay resultB. "A great many owners report that It .'h extremely difficult to get hired help capable of operating a tractor satisfactorily. Where a tractor 1b to bo operated by hired help it is very Steering Device. Important for the owner to understand ed by two wheels, one ot which travthe proper care ot tho outfit in order els on the unplowed ground and tho to see that it is not abused. "The fact that a tractor docs de- other In tho furrow. The furrow wheel mand a certain amount of knowledge has a shield which Is kept bearing on the part of the operator can scarce- against tho land sldo by means of a This arrangement ly bo considered a disadvantage, inas- strong spring. much as tho necessary training can be keeps the now furrow parallel to tho obtained easily and at a very nominal old one. Wisconsin Agriculturist. expense. It is to be regretted that so many, men will Ignore the opportunities for equipping themselves for tho proper operation ot a tractor bctoro attempting to run ono. "That it pays to spend a tow days In gaining experience under a comTreat cows gently and avoid excito-rnen- t. petent instructor Is attested by a groat many tractor users. That It Is unCows need succulent foed in fall and wise to attempt to run a tractor without such preparation has also boen winter. demonstrated many times. One farmWeigh the milk ot each cow at milker writes: " 'I had no experience with tho trao-to- r ing tlmo. when 1 started and would have Keep stables clean, well lighted and mado five hundred dollars during tho Season, Jf 1 bad had the same experi- ventilated. ence whon I started in tho spring as I Tho dairy cow should never carry had In the fall when I quit.' "Many others could truthfully make much surplus flesh. similar statements. Do not lot dogs chaso and bark at "With tho increasing uso ot tractors, as well as ot automobiles and station- tho cows. Cows aro very nervous. ary engines, farmers are rapidly milk pail is a necesTho small-tofamiliar with tho care and operation ot gas engines. At the same sity in the production ot clean milk. time tractors are being improved and Perhaps you can got along without simplified, so that difficulties in operation are growing loss each year. Ono a silo, but you can do better with ono. generation ot and compeA calf should never bo permitted to tent operators will disseminate information so that future generations suck its dam longer than throo or four will acquiro knowledge on tho subject days. as unconsciously, yet as thoroughly, Tho proper way to handle a calf Is as the averago son acquires his knowlto teach It to drink milk from a clean edge of horses. "Tho miBtake should not be mado ot bucket. assuming that any boy can operate a The bull, though he should be contractor in an efficient manner; it Is a Job which only a proficient operator fined, must bo given clean surroundings and ample room tor tho exercise can handle properly. ' "The reliability ot a tractor depends necossary to maintain his potency. GAS TRACTOR STUDY how-ovo- r, RUTTY SPOTS IN A ROADBED Uncontrolled Water Is Cause of Many Bad Rouds Drainage Is Recommended as Remedy. Wo havo been qulto interested lately In traveling over roads In central Iowa at a tlmo when we did not expect them to bo at all good, to find that where they wero dragged tho going was qulto good; and whero not dragged, qulto rough. But oven where good, thero wero spots in the roadbed that wero rutty. Now, what is tho cause of theso ruts every mllo or two of good, fairly well dragged roads? Nothing but water uncontrolled. These are seepy places. Filling up tho ruta by dragging docs not provent tho trouble. Tho drag docs not reach tho root three-fourth- 320 Good Road in Colorado. MmYNom p woll-tralne- d of the matter. Tho fact Is that Just abovo theso seepy places whero the ruts are, thero is a vein of hard clay coming out, which tho water cannot readily penetrate. Hcnco It comes out under the roadbed, Just as a slough comes out on tho side of" a hill. The rcmody for this is tllo drainage, and the drain should not bo located In the seepy placo, but above It, so as to Intercept tho water that makes the seep. Just on the same principle that in draining a slough with many branches and prongs, the work Is dono best by tiling around tho prongs nnd into tho slough below at tho lowest of them, instead of In tho middle of it. For whenever water gets into a slough, the damage is dono. Tho point Is to keep It from getting In. A llttlo attention to this, together with dragging the road after every rain, will give U3 fairly good roads-- dirt roads without any hard surfacing for nlno or ten months In tho year. Ot courso, when theso seepy places are drained, they must havo a ditch Into which the water can run. Permit us to repeat onco moro a statement wo havo been making ovor since wo made our first address on good roads, 30 years ago: that water uncontrolled is tho causo of bad roads; that thero aro two kinds ot water, so to speak; tho under water and tho upper water. The under water Is that which comes In under tho roadwhat comes bed; and tho upper-wate- r on it from abovo or flows In from tho sides. Tho way to get rid of tho first Is through drainage; particularly in theso seopy places. Tho way to control tho second is by grading and then dragging, to put an enamel on the sur face of tho road. Wallace's Farmor. CAPPER DISCOVERS MUD TAX The profitable cow is one that TrUCKEr OF ALFALFA makes good use ot largo quantities ot food. Don't stint your cows. Usually Difficult Task and Best Not When a cow Is ted Just enough to to Try Experiment Harrow and maintain her body weight, she cannot Sow Some Seed. be expected to glvo much milk. It is very difficult to thicken an unOne ot the most important steps to satisfactory stand ot alfalfa and usually It la bettor not to try. If you are cleanliness ot milk is wiping tho udder anxious to make the experiment, har- with a damp cloth before milking. row the field with an alfalfa harrow A dairy barn should bo built on after taking off the second cutting, and bow some seed. The young plants will high ground, with good natural drainget less: clipping than it the seed is age and shelter from the cold winter winds. own In early spring, . Farmer Losea on Wheat Crop Because Roads Are Soft and He Cannot Get to Market. While taxation problems are so generally in tho air comes Governor Cap-po- r ot Kansas and deposes that he has discovered a new tax, "mud tax." "There Is an averago mud tax ot six cents on every bushel ot wheat grown In Kansas," says tho governor, "and the farmer has to stand that loss. It costs htm about $900 a year because tho roads are soft and because ho cannot get to market when tho price is highest." Motorists will be among Tho milch goat has her place, but those who Indorse the governor's Soil for Tomatoes. cow will always continue to be words. The soil foe tomatoes should be put the the mala source of the world'a milk Into good shape before planting. supply. Network of Qood Road. Don't Mix With Plgeona. This wholo country will eomo ot For general utility purposes, the net these days Rats, minks and weasels will not bo a network ot good roads, profit In butterfat, added to the value mix with pigeons to your advantage. can, wiu aewrmine tho value which will have a placo on the maps ot the along with the railroads. The Lincoln ot a cow. Valuable Money Crop. highway Unking the East and the Ontoa-sat- s are valuable m a money Dirty milk ta more dangerous than West, the Jefferson highway, connecterop. dirty water, becaUie disease germs ing tha lakes and the gulf, and tha Dep nellow soil Is required or tat that would starve ta water multiply Dixie overland highway, are a rapidly la milk. mummUI wlttraUea et peas. THE TIMES. "It relieved me of stomach A Democratic Newspaper ills and nervous troubles" CHEVROLET A, ' Eighteen Years Old Yhe Best Weekly In R. E. Alexander, Mt. Sterling. "Stomach trouble and nervous ness annoyed mo qreatly and Tanlao has mado my life worth living," said Mr. 11. E. Aloxan- der, of Mt. Sterling, Ky. "Just think I can eat anything I want and my nervousnees has disappeared too. I cannot say too much for Tanlac." Tanlac mixes with true philos ophy better than anytlnug you can name. It gives people a chance to start life'anew. You can't argue more exercise, cheerfulness and better living to a man who is.hurtingf who is too weak to exercise and cannot di gest wholesome food. No, sir; you have got to give him relief and then talk to him. Tanlac relieves sluggishness of the system. It stimulates tho flow of gastric iuices and aids the stomach. Through Tanlac food is assimilated and receives nourishment. the-bod- Real Automobile. this Section, Publisher. mail mat- J. E Burgher, Entered as second-clas- s ter at tho Post Oflico Ky., at Clay City, under the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. A HOME-MA- DE PAPER. THURSDAY JULY. ,13 1910 ANNOUNCEMENTS Wo are authorized to announce G. W. GOURLEY of Beattyville, Leo County, Ky., Tanlao arouses a torpid liver and gives overworked- - kidneys relief. Waste matter does not remain in tho system when it. is treated with Tanlac. It corrects faulty organs and promotes health in a manner intended by nature. It gives tone to the nervous system 'wid richness in the blood. Sleep becomes natural and restful, Feoplo who are half sick, nervous, irritable and who have lost interest in life enjoy health'and happiness after taking Tanlac. Taulac is being specially intra duced in Clay City at the store of Eaton & McUuire, . Five Passenger equipped with Self' Starter and electric lighting system. 35 H. P. Engine, weight 1750 pounds.1 as a candidate for Judge of the Court of Appeals for the Seventu Appeiaro district of Kentucky, subject to the action of the Republican party at the primary olection to be held August 5, 1010. We nro authorized toannouhco ROSCOE VANOVER of Pike county, as a candidate for Judge of tho Court of Appeals for the knowledge and ability to teach our Seventh District of Kentucky, subject children, and by cheating in order to to action of the Republican party at obtain a certificate they admit that the primary, August 5th, 1010. thoy have not the necessary knowl edge. In our mind, the first qualifica Wo are authorized to announce tion of a teacher should be honesty, as children come under their guidance SIMEON S WILLIS of Boyd county, as a candidate for when at a very susceptiblo age, nnd if Judge of ho Court of Appeals in the teachers are not thoroughly honest in Seventh Appellate District, subject to every respect, it is hardly to bo hoped the vote of the Republicans in the primary, Saturday, August 6, 1010, that they can inctill that .virtuo into their pupils. Our former opinion still stands ; we do not believe that any ap plicant who either received or gave Wo are authorized to announce aid during the examination, should be II. O. FAULKNER of Perry County, as a candidate for granted a certificate, no matter wheth Judge, of the Court of Appeals in the er or not they took an oath not to do so, Seventh Appellate District of Kentucky subject to the action of tho Republican It appears that there are some land party at the Primary Election to be owners in I'oweu county who are so held Aug. 5th, 1010. short sighted that they are demanding of the county full damages for the There is not, and never has been, junu mat win do requirca to uuna a any doubt as to the loyalty of tho pike through is their property. members of the National Guard of the true that there are not many of It this different states, but the present situa- kind and the amount they claim tion in Mexico has served to illustrate very small, but it is the principlo of of the system. Of the the inadequacy the thing that makes its appearance troops selected for service on the bor- worse. If these men will only stop to n large number wero disqualified der, consider tho benefits that they will for various causes, mostly for being obtain from tlie piko, wo cannot bephysically for active service 'and a lieve that they will continue their dewere-sen- t large number of those who mand. In many cases it will bo necto Texas and Mexico were not able to essary to take a small portion of land stand the gruelling of a hard march on in order to straighten tho road or short rations. Then, too, the arrnge-men- avoid a bad hill and, as the landowner conveyance to is mado for their the one who will derive the greatest the sceno of operations was woefully benefit from the pike, he should be inefficieMt, no provision being made in willing to make some concessions. many cages to supply food, thus caus- Think of the man who lives several ing many to desert and many others to miles from the pike. He pays just as faint for want of. food. Tho equipment much tax as the one living right on it of ouf soldiers has been another .dis- and pays it cheerfully, hoping for the grace to tho nation. Our men were day when he will have tho chanco to sent to the. border with old fashioned give a little of his land for a piko to machine guns, calculated to do as pass his door. These same men who much damage to the operator as to the demand damages would be soro as a enemy, and wero clothed in wool to boil should tho Commission decide to march and fight in a temperature that go three or four miles from thier farm averages about 100 in the shade. And in prder to save tho county from payall of this was done at a frightfully ing damages. heavy cost to the state and nation. Until our military laws are thoroughly Robert E. Lee Murphy, a truo Demo revised and competent men placed in crat, has his card in this week's issue of charge of tho military affairs of the country wo can hardly hope for a bet- The Times. Ho tolls you how ho stands on questions you aro anxious to know terment of conditions, and we will be about, and if you wish to learn more paying heavily to maintain a body of men who may presont a good appear? about him, ho promises to inform you if you will writo him. anco on a Sunday parade but who are Mr. Murphy comes of true-blu- o Demof no use as a fighting unit that can bo ocratic stock and his name carries the placed in tho fleled at short notice; credentials open so wo may know. Tho gentleman from Lexington has AVe iiavo received some letters relamany wurm supporters in Powell who tive to tho recent examination for will remember him at tho August electeHchers, in which some of tho writers, tion. While a stranger when ho first apparently applicants for certificates, came to Powell July 3rd, lie is fast gettake ut to (ask for stating that tho apting tho people acquainted with his plicants violated an oath when thoy policies which are what they aro lookreceived or gavo aid during the exam-- i ing for. . nation. We do not know if the oath was administered or not at this examTwo tilings Clay City Is conspicuousination. It la customary to do it, but ly minus of in tho more recent years. o it Is immaterial whether or not it was That is tho big 4th of July celdone. Tho person who docs receive ebrations and tho annual outing and or give aid when taking an examina- excursion of the old Winchester tion of tills kind, is absolutely unfitted about this tlmo of tho year, for a teacher, no matter whether thoy which usually consisted of twelve and take any oath or not. Thoy know tho fourteen cars of human freight picked purposo of tho examination is to de- up all ulong tho way from Winchester termine whether or not thoy have tho to Natural .llridgy. ts old-timSun-Sentin- Tanlac may be obtained Stanton a t Hardwick & (Jo. : Bowen, Day & King; College Hill, Ginter Bros.; Torrent, J. Taylor Day; Irvine, Irvine Drug Co.: Genet. Genet Cash Store: Waltersville, Henry Waldron. pi . . I in F. Seven Passenger Baby Grand Touring Car, 2400 pounds F. 0. 0. B. Factory, -B. Factory, $550.00 $750.00 E. H, FULLER, Agent For Powell County, STANTON. KY. t t tvnue uio roaa question is not so often discussed, as formerly, tho people frequently manifest their interest by making inquiries concerning when tho work on our pikes will start. Tho surveys, as wo are informed, aro at Frankfort to bo approved or rejected by the State Roads Department. Wo may get sotno satisfaction from the fact that while wo aro waiting, there are many other counties waiting just as aro we. All large undertakings are slow to start, but move freely when onco started to rolling, and we can only hope that this will be tho case with pur pikes. If you're anxious to add to your savings Just live on a little bit less, Kentuckians pay approximately tax per year to run their State and county governments, and the taxpayers aro kicking day and night on account of it. Af tha; same time tJyese people aro payingvufrectly through tho Internal Revenue source of collection, taxes to run the Federal Government more than $37,000,000 per year, or nearly four times as .much as they pay for our local government, and we do this without complaint. Wo see the benefits of our State and county taxes, but whero aro tho bene fits of our unobserved Government" tax? Tho "Board of Trade Journal" is the namo of a new magazine gotten out by the Louisville Board of Trade. It is devoted to tho promotion of Louisville business and the State of Kentucky in general. Wo are always glad to sco a boost of unything in Kentucky when it is worthy. On tho other hand wo are just so anxious to give any undeserving project in tho Stato a kick downward. "A Better Kentucky" is just as important as "A Greater Kentucky." Geo. Hon, ono of Powell county's native sons, who has become very prominent among tho business men of Winchester, w ill make tho race for Senator in tho Clark, Montgomery, and Bourbon district next year. Mr. Hon has a strong following in his adopted county, and it is safo to say that should ho be nominated, ho will make a. representative that tho counties would bo justly proud of. Should Sloan's Liniment go Along? lour EARNINGS are not so important: It's SAVINGS that make for success. Clay City NationarBank PAYS 3 PER CENT INTEREST ON RAVINGS ' STANTON COLLEGE, KY. STANTON, Students Admitted at Any Time One of the Best Schools in Kentucky. Courses in Agriculture and Domestic Science. Review Classes in the Common Branches will Of course it should! For after a strenuous day when your muscles liavo been exercised to the 1'niit an application of Sloan's Liniment will take the soreness and etiirness away and get you in fioe shape for tho mono w. You shoud also use. it for a sudden attack of toothache stiff neok, backache, Btings, bites nnd the many accidents that aro be Conduced throughout ge the Term. By paying part of their Expenses in Work, Students may Rates at the Dormitory as low as $.5o per Week. For Information Write to . incidental to a vtfcatioiC "We would as soon leave our baggage ne go on a vacation or camp out without Sloan's Liniment." Writes one vacationist; We use it for ev" erything from crampi to Put a bottle in your bog, Blank deeds for sale bo prepared and bare no regrets. Times office, 5 cents each, tooth-aohe.- Rev.1 J. C. Hanley, Stanton, Ky, at The President, Old Papers for Sale Times Office. at The i GENET Crop Outlook in State Good. f T Hardwick & Company irif iuii ri f ir iririifttiriririif fifiiuiriurirrirriririf inririf X Y Y Y Y t f itiuf iriiif iririfijiiAM f Y y T-Y- ' ruts and bumps these are the JOLTS that wrack the life out of the ordinary wagon. Rough, hilly roads demand exceptional wagon strength. That's why we sell Y" Y " The Bain Mountain Wagon a wagon built to give longer and better service and stand up under the twists and strains of the The roughest roads in this part of the country. Bain is built of the toughest oak and hickory grown. And 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. sure-grippin- Y Y Y Y Y Y T Y ? Y' t- Cone into our store and see this wagon. Ask us about the warranty that backs It up. Call on your next trip to town. Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y t- Y f T 4m lll!l!l!l!l!lllllll!l!IIMl!lllilllll!lllllllllll!nMI!IIJII!lllllllllfJ!l!imJ!llJ!l! t f A-- Remember that we also handle a general line of merchandise. Give us a call when in need of clothing1, shoes, hats, caps, dry goods, notions, men's and women's furnishing goods, trimmed hats, hardware, saddles, harness, queensware, groceries, chairs, tables, safes, beds, mattresses, cots, trunks, suit cases, sew- Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y T ing machines, Pictorial Review patterns, mattings 'rugs, linoleum, oil carpets, oil and wood cooking stoves base balls bats and gloves mowers hay rakes. &o &c We are sole agents for Hart Sohaffner & Marx and Matchless Brand clothing Queen Quality shoes for Walk-Ove- r women shoes for men Stetson and Arrow rand Shirts and Collars. Astor Brand hats And J. J. C. Corsets X Y Y Y Y I Y v Y t v Y T r T T T r V Y Y Y Y Y If you want good, reliable, low prices, up-to-da- te merchandise at t Y Y Y Y V quality considered, give us a call. T T T T T Hardwick & Co. STANTON, KY. Y YYY Y Y Y Y f T Y Y Y ATA v.YY Cv vyytfyjwwyv AA Commissioner of Agriculture hag Wm. Martin has bought a saw issued the Juno Crop Report mill. fcr this State which shows that all Mrs. J. II. Mullins of Cornetts-ville- , crops with the exception of fruit. is visiting friends and rela- aro in splendid conditions, nud the tives here. prospects favorable for .1 bumper Mrs. Sarah Holme? of East Jor-da- crop this year. The report follows: Mich., is visiting iter parThe last of J"ne found every ents, J no. Mullins and family. body busy on the farm. The late corn is scarcely laid by, the early S. L. Thornly of Winchester, was here last week to leaee some corn needs cultivation, hay harvest oil lands bordering High Hocks. is on hand und the length of no day is sulllcient for the farmer at The Carter Oil & Gas Co., of this imc. Sisterville, W. Va., have taken "Excessive rainfall over a large leases on quite a large acreage area of the State during June has here. prevented the proper cultiyation of L. J. Howell, L. G. Hattnn, the crops, and in consequnce the J II. Howell, Albert Kutlilfe, growth of same is retarded by and several other of the boys. weeds and yrass. Pastures are in have gone to the Estill oil fields; good condition. This month's reports show great contrasts as to some as carpenters, some as &c. weather and crop conditions from different sections of the State. SPOUT SPRING "'Threshing is in fall avay and while only a part of the wheat hus The old daughter of been threshed, it is estimated that Mr. and Mrs. Win. Clem died a very email yield will be the reSunday and was buried at Jack-son'- s sult. This yield is estimated at 10 bushels per ucre. Oats have done Chapel Monday. Lloyd Hall and Frank Barnes much better and show a yield of 20 motored to Irvine where the bushels per acre; rye is g.ven at former secured a marriage license 11 bushels and hurley it 17 bushels to wed a Miss Combs, of Iron per acre as a State average. 'Corn is reported us looking well Mound. and with seasonable weather ttiis Mr. and Mrs. Allen Orsbome, crop bids fair to be a good one. of Indiana, arrived here just in Condition of same is givnn at 87 time to attend the funeral of the per cent. hitter's father, W. J. Burnett. "Tobueco as a whole is doing Thev will remain here for several well though is Fonie complaint days visiting relatives. made of blight on the plants. The son of Mr. condition of hurley is given at 87 The und Mrs. W. J. Christopher, Jr., per cent while dark tobueco tdiows died near Pilot View last Mon at !I0 per cent. dav. Mr. and Mrs. 11 S. Chris "GanW. condition.; are gjod and topher, of this place, attended the estimate on same is given at 1U the burial and were with the be- pur cent. The condition of live stock is reft for a few days. good. While hog cholera is reportMoses McKinney was in Win chester last week looking for ed as being prevalent in some lofew good saddlo horses. He calities, no heavy losses have been will shortly open a livery at Ir- sustained, due to the fact that anti-hocholera serum is being vine to supply the ever increasmore generally used and more ing demand for conveyance- to attention is being paid to the and from the oil fields. feeding of hogs and the sanitary W. J. Burnett who died Mon- - conditions surrounding them. The day morning was buried Tuesday average conditions of livestock is after funeral services by Elder B. us follows: S. Burgher. A large crowd was "Horses, 91 per cent.; cattle, present, to pay the last respects per cent. ; hogs, 'J.'J per cent. ; to the deceased. All ot his chil sheep, 05 per cent. ; chickens, S)!5 dren, except Mrs. It. II. Gravett, per cent. ; turkeys, Si per cent. ; of Indiana, and Mrs. J. W. White ducks 1)1 per cent. of Edmond, Okla., were present. Conditions of fruits are not satisfactory with the exception SOWEN. of the blackberry crop, which is said to be the largest in yours. Mrs. Da.e Jackson and daugh Apples are falling ofi' badly. Conter of Stunton were the guests of dition of apples is given at 71 per cent. ; peaches, 71 per cent. ; Mrs. Virgil Atkinson, Sunday. pears, US per cent. ; plums, 78 per Mrs. Kate Bishop of Indian cent. ; .grapes, per cent , and apolis, is in the hospital and get- blackberries '.)!) per cent." She has ting along very well. Miss Maude Bowen, the teacher cancer of the breast. Wo Mrs. J. II. Ilammons and her here, was quite a success. hope Miss Bowen will introduce daughters, Cleta and Eula, of 'ackson, were visiting Mr. and many new things to hep us pass Mrs. James Uulmun, Friday and away some at least of tho long summer days. Saturday. Many of the yoang folks here, Davo Thrasher of Ilosslyti was Elmany friends chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs. in Bowen seeing his mer White, went out to the Furand he will go to the oil fields near Old Furnace where ho hus nace the other day, the boys to a ball game, and the girls sighta situation as a carpenter. seeing. It goes without saying Elbert Faulkner, who has been that they had a good time. staying with his mother, Mrs. Margnret Faulkner, at Ashville, President Signs Good Roads Bill. N. 0., returned homo last SaturPresident Wilson has signed day. Ilia mother is getting along the Good Kouds Hill recently nicely. passed by Congress, authorizing The present rains aro doing tho expenditure of 885,000,000 in much good. Corn, beans, toinu. live years by tho Federal governtoes and potatoes aro looking ment on conditions that States well. The onion crop was fine. expend amounts similar to those Bluckbornes in some places, are apportioned to them. The signing was witnessed by members of the plentiful. Senate and House and represen The ice cream supper given by tatives ot runners' organizations. tool-dresser- s, ten-ye- ar two-year-ol- d g '.- )-' I To lha Democrats of the Seventh Congressional District: 1 ask your Bupport in inv for Congress in tho com', enn-(lidac- y ing Democratic August 7th. Primary on Tho grounds upon which I ask the suffrage of the people are that I am a man of t ho people and a Democrat, "of the stamp of Woodrow Wilson. Tho time has when we come in Kewtucny 'must move along all the lines that make for clean manhood, pure elections and the freedom of the people from the intimidation of class, i believe that the worst obstacles in the way of the development of our people is th continued dominance of worn out creeds, and politicians with their unbridled ambition to hold public office for life. 1 am opposed to liquor organization that creates and maintains campaign funds for the purpose of prostituting tho votes of the people and corrupting our public officials and if nominated and elected will fight it to the Report on Oil Field. Jackson, of this city, has returned from Vaughr.'s Mill Powell county, where he went to see his holdings, 250 acres of land, in the oil district. Patrolmnn Jackson expects to lease his holdings to n company that will drill for oil. Hi8 holdings are only 500 ynrdi-froa well that bus a daily output of thirty barrels, nnd a fifty barrel well is only half a mile distant. Oil hns been found on nearly all sides of the tract, whirh is near the Estill county oil lands. Putrolman Juckson said he had to walk eighteen miles to reach his land, nnd the same distance re- turning, becase all horses were in use nnd there are us yet no railroads there. Lexington Herald. N. B. P. A. puts new joy Wl w I into the sport smoking ! of may live to and never feel old enough to. vote, but it's certain-sure you'll not know the joy and YOU Fishing Mr. B. G. Pratt, the St. Louis last ditch. One organization that is opposing my nomination informed me thru their spolesmen that: "Jesus Christ, himself could not defeat Mr. Cantrill." Of course, that blasphemous statement is untrue, and I know that with only the help of the people who will not be sold by politicians my election is already assured. If it were in my power to do so I would be glad to see and talk with all my friends in the district, but as that is impossible I am relying upon all Democrats who believe in the rule of the people rather than in the rule of unscrupulous whiskev politicians to assist me in securing the nom iuation. I,.wll be pjeased. to answer any communication from any organization, man, .woman or child in the District, or State, giving my attitude towards any of the present day issues. I further invito my honorable opponent to meet me in joint debates before tho people in every couuty of the District. Yours very truly, Itobt. E. Lee Murphy. Lexington, Ky., June 30. 1010. oil man who hns been in Clay City for several weeks past, is some fisherman, and demonstrated his ability a few duys ago by going to Lulbegrud Creek and bringing home one of the finest strings of bass that we have ever Mr. Pratt was accompa seen. nied by Mr. G. W. Anderson. another oil operator, but the lut- ter said that all he could do was to carry the fish home. Mr. Pratt is one of the finest "castors" in the United States, having a rec ord for cast ing' 181 feet of line, and he is nuite prominent in sev- earl large fishing clubs of Mis souri. Winchester Boosters. Winchester will run a big booster train July 25 that will pass up the L. & E. and down the L. & A. Of course stops will be made at Clay City aud Stanton, and they will be accorded a hearty welcome. Whether we can find u man to express that welcome in formul words or not remains yet to be seen. Especially are the Clay City public men "slow of speech" and possessed of a stammering tongue when attempting to express their thoughts to a crowd of visitors. Prince Albert has always been sold without coupons or premiums. We prefer to give quality! Prince Albert affords the keenest pipe and cigarette enjoyment! And that flavor and fragrance and coolness is as good as that sounds. P. A. just back! goodness and satisfaction it offers. It is made by a patented process that removes bit e and parch I You can smoke it long and hard without a come- friendly old jimmy pipe or a hand rolled cigarette unless you get on talking-term- s with Prince Albert tobacco! P. A. comes to you with a real reason for all the contentment of a answers the universal demand for tobacco . without bite, parch or kick-back! . tin humtdortand that cltvtr crytalgla$ pound humidor with tpongmmoitnr top that Apa tho tobacco in ucA half-pound Prinem Albert i told mwrywhiro in loppy bag. Set tidy rmd fins, J 0c; hand$omt pound and rd aplmndid condition Introduction to Prince Albert isn't any harder than to walk into the nearest place that sells tobacco and ask for "a supply of P. A." You pay out a little change, to be sure, but it's the cheer-fulle- st investment you ever made! PRINEEiALBERT R. J. Reynold Tobacco Co., Wintton-Salera, N. C Copyright 1916 by R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. Bulletin No. 5 The Betiileliem Steel Company's Offer to Serve the United States At a time when the expenses of the Government are so enormous f ' In Bad error of the most humiliating kind, the Went Side Enterprise of lust week gave the name of a song to bo sung at Olivet church us "Tho Little Brown Jug in tho Valo," instead of 'Tho Little Brown Church in the By an Isn't it worth while finding out the actual facts before plunging ahead into an expenditure of $11,000,000 of the people's money for a Government armotplant? To clear up the whole situation, and to put it on a basis as fuir and business-likwe know how to express it, we now make this offer to the Government: i fr e as Practical Agriculture. Vole." Typographical mistakes will A course in practical ut times creep in, but this was without ugriculture is to be inaugurated excuse. No sulllciunt apology can bo next September by the Kentucky made to tho congregation, nnd regrets Experiment Station and the Col- on the part of the paper will have to lege of Agriculture of the Uni- bo accepted us an atonement, Cedar versity of Kentucky, and as no Rapid (Iowu) Enterprise. fees will be charged, and the CHIUSTIAN ENDEAVOR course will be as pructical as posProgrotn for Sunday, July 10. sible, every farmer in the State will have an opportunity to learn Subject : Purity, Temperance, Strength. free of charge. For tho purpose 113 acres of the Van Meter farm Daniel 1:8-2- 0. one-year The Bethlehem Steel Company will manufacture armor plate for the Government of the United States at actual cost of operation plus such charges for overhead expenses, interest and depreciation as the Federal Trade Commission may fix. We will agree to this for such period as the Government may designate. The House of Representatives voted down a proposal to empower tho Federal Trade Commission to determine a fair price for armor, and allow private manufacturers opportunity to meet that price before the Government built its plant. ' ' adjoiniug the Experiment Station farm on the Tate's Creek road have been leased for live years. Here practicul farming is to be taught from September to September without other vacation than at Christmas. The subjects embraced in the practical course are animal husbandry, including beef and dairy cattle, dairying, horses, mules and jack stock, sheep, swjne and poultry; the common diseases of livestock; soils and crops, botany, horticulture, farm manage-merifarm mechanics, market ing, economic entomology, cliem-istrbacteriology and other phases of modern agriculture. t, y, Leader: Miss Fanuie Belle Smethers. The Roll will be called at this meeting, and tho Members will each be expected to respond by reading or quoting a passage ut Isn't our proposition fair and ought it not to be accepted The measure is now before the United States Senate. C1IAS. M. SC11WAU. Chairman EUGENE U. GHACE, 1'reiident ? Scripture. Why Endure Summer Colds? It isn't necessary, to have a stuff ed head, running nose. To cough your head off as it were. All you need to do is to use Dr. Bell's The soothing and healing balsams open the clogged air passages and in a short time you get relief and start on the road to recovery. Your nose The big Montgomery county 6tops running, you cough lees and Fair will bo held at Mt. Sterling you know you are getting better. next Weduesday, Thursday, Fri- Get a bottle, use as directed day, and Suturday. Powell coun- Keep what is left as a cough and ty will be well represented. cold insurance. Pine-Tar-IIone- -- rpr TREES. ' Bethlehem Steel Company Look Uood Feel (Jood y. . ... No one can either feel good nor trees; Fruit and Ornamental look good while suffering from constipation. Get rid of Unit tired, Shrubs, Qrapo Vines, Rhubarb, Peonies, Phlox, Roses, etc. draggy, lifeless feeling bv n treatment of Dr. King's New Life Pills. EVERY TIIINQ FOR ORCHARD, Buy. a box take one or two LAWN AND OARDEtf. pills In the morning NO AGENTS FREE CATALOGS that stuffed, dull feeling is gone H. F. Hillenmeyer & Sons. and you feel better at once. Lexington, Ky, 25c. at your druggist. to-dat. THE WINCHESTER BANK, of Winchester, - Ky. . Capital Stock ' $100,000 v.. Surplus and Undivided kPronts N. Holly Witherspoon, V. $200,000 President. It. Sphar Cashier, .VOUIt ACCOUNT SOLICITED. STANTON. Valuable Stone. After drilliug down about twenty-ffeet on Mrs. Emma Mountz's place for. oil, a kind of stone was encountered which has tho. appearance of marble, granite, lithograph or 6ome other stone of value. This stone was twenty-fivfeet thick and may prove to possess more worth than the oil which is hoped to be found underlying it. ive e Sunday School Program Powell Couqty Sunday School Convention To be Held (Continued from. First Page) pal of the City School. Wo want to congratulate Clay City for se curing Prof. Run son as their at Clay City Methodist Cliurch. CIay. City, July 29th anS 30th, 1916V SATURDAY - Ky. 10:00 10:15 10:30 10:45 11) 2:00 2:80 8:00 3:30 Devotional Cleo Purvis Address of Welcome Prof. Mitchell - Why Clay City needs this G. Hackworth Convention. ' Address W. J. Vaughn 45 Announcements of Committees ' - Dinner on the Ground At Noon Challenge of the Past J. O, llanley Tho Supt. What is the T. B. Talbott - --Training tho Teacher M. P. McCluro The Cradle Roll 'Mrs. It. A. Harter Address W. J. Vaughn At Night 7:30 Best-Kind? chief teacher In the judgement of the writerJthey could not have made a bettor selection. He is one of tho beat' teachers Stanton College has ever had. and we feel a distinct-los- s in losing him hero. Erof and Mrs. Ranson have 'made many friendd" who will sincerely regret to see them leave. But what is Stanton's loss will be Clay .City's gain. I the System suffer with a hacking cough that has weakened, your system got a uottlo of Dr. Kings New Discovery, in use over 40 years, and benefiting nil who use it, the soothinG pine balsam with tar heal the irritated air paseage soothes the raw spots, loosens tho mucous and prevents racking the body with couching. Dr. King's New Discovery induces natural sleep and aids nature to cure you. A Hacking Cough weakens Don't . SUNDAY 0 45 10:30 11:00 7:45 8:00 The' Bible School Iteview of Lessons Address At Night 7 the Price Address ng -- Devotional R. T. Crowe J. Vaughn M. P. McClure Cleo Purvis AV. J. Vaughn W. A meeting of tho Chautauqua Committee was held Tuesday af ternoon and n organization effected with Dr. Johnson as Chairman. The Chautauqua will be hold August 7th to 9th, and it is going, to be the greatest event that Stanton or Powell county, for that matter has ever had. By the time you read this, post ers will hevo been placed up1 all over the county, It is hoped that the people of the county will respond nobly to this great enterprise. This is the first of what we hope will be many such It is to be a Booster Chautauqua. The aim is to boost our county and build it up. Noted speakers from abroad will be here to give us addresses on farming, good roads, health, education, aud sch things. Then theje will of the finest entertainers to give humorous lectures, sleight of hand performances, musical instruments, &c. A great tent, will be erected and everything will be done to make the people enjoy themselves. Tho seascm ticket will' sell for $1.50 entitling you to all the chau-tauquas. e Low Prices and High Quality have a large stock of general merchandise, shoes, groceries, etc., aitd we know that by dealing with us IVe . Must Pay Taxes ' I Internal Revenue Tax. Kentucky contributed gener ously to the support of the Fed " ' by delaying...., , The ax books of the town have been turned over to Wm. Eaton, the marshal, and he. will proceed at once to collect all back taxes that are"tiue the town. In some, cases taxes are due from 1912' 4nd if they were all paid in we would be able to havp:a bot- ter school and a better town. The Board has now finally docid-ethat all these taxes must be paid and- - have instructed the Marshal to that end, so if you are in arrears on your taxes you may expect to have him call on you and you may as well pay them at once for you will be ob-- , liged to do so in the end, and it may cost you considerably more d J You Can Save Money We try to kecy our stock complete and our aim is io give every customer full value for their money. Give us a trial. eral Government during the last fiscal" year, which ended last Fri day midnight, according to the preliminary statement of the re ceipts from ordinary internal revenue and from corporations aud individuals under the income tax law, made public by the Sec retary of the Treasury. Her ag gregate collections were .S37,21Gr 657.73. - This is an increase of more than $3,500,000 over the collections of .tho fiscal year of 1015. Henry Waldron WALTERS V l LLE, - - KENTUCKY J. Of the above amount the Sev erith-- district paid $1,80,072.59. Everman's New Grocery Store., saving money. - c. The Fifth district paid in $20, 28i,O0b.OO - W. J. Barnett. To Make Improvements , i. W. J. Barnett died at Spout At the meeting of the Town Spring early Monday morning Board last week it was decided after several weeks illness of brights disease. Buri:l at jack-son- 's to navo some repairs made on Chapel by tho side of his tho school building, including a wife whopreceded him in death coat of paint and the installation of two new Kentucky Sanitary about nine years ago. tJloBets. Dr. Johnson, of Stan Mr. Baruett.was 77 years ojd, and an old Union soldier. lie iR ton, addressed the Uoard as a survived'by eight children, Mrs. member of the County Health .. Board aud strongly recommend All r TT I ll. n. uravoii' aim uirs. jyiiuu ed that these closets be installed Otsbono, of Indiana; Mrs. J. W. White, ol Oklahoma; Mrs. J. W. as otherwise the Board would5 be liable to indictment for main Dawson,of Winchester ; Mrs. II. tuining a nuisance. F. Christopher, Mrs, ..LloydTodd. Mrs. J. T. Wright, and Asa Sound Doctrine. all of Spout Spring. Looks like wo ought to send hasneces-Bitated'l- a issionariesvto Mexico. A thou Overflow advertising . .i six page paper this sand missionaries will do more week. Our supply . of reading than ton thousand soldies toward matter must be kept up to t ho restoring order. Climax Madi J sonian. standard. - lectures and entertainments oomermng wiu be given every morning, noon and night. The price for any single concert will probably be 50 cents, so it will pay everybody to purchase t season ticket. You cauuot af ford to miss a single feature of this Booster Chautauqua. Let everybody in Powell be a booster! Come, join with us in this great enterprise. , Following are some of the attractive prices offered to get you started to Best Sugar, Perfection Flour, Meat, Pure Lard, All other Goods at proportionately prices. $8.00 per cwt. '" 3.50 16c per lb. 16c " " low 1 Hff Bar-jiet- t, .... Back in Kentucky. George McGuiro of Beaumont, Texas, passed through here this week, going on a visit to his par enta, Mr. and Mrs. F. G. McGuire at St. Hdlens. Ho will bo in the country for a month or so, among friends aud relatives, and will take in tile Powell and Estill oil fields while here, beiug an ex pert, oil man, himself. He is a brother of our well known mer chant, W. T. McGuire. ' Stock New ane Fresh. DON'T FAIL GIVE US A TRIAL. Weft Bend, Ky. SPECIAL SALE OF MILLINERY reduce my sboolc and make room for my new early fall goods wldoh will soon be qoming in I am offering all trimmed hats To . "I want to tell you what wonderful benefit I have re- eclved from the Use of Thedford's Tlje L.& N. Railroad continues writes Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky. to head an advertisement ''East "It certainly has no equal for la grippe, bad colds, Kentucky train service is improv liver and stomach troubles. I firmly believe ed.,"' How about tho mail serv saved my little girl's life. When she' had the measles, ice? A letter written to a friend they went in. on her, but one good dose of Thedford's in either Winchester or Stanton made them break out, and she has had no after 9 o'clock one day requires W two days to get an auswer, . ff more trouble, I shall never be without Black-Draugh- t," S jj J S Saved Girl's Life Black-Draug- ht Jj I J? J J ff J J JJ JJ Black-Draug- ht ff J . . At Special Reduced Prices money-savin- g bar, (If you are looking for gains oall and see my stock. My goods ire new and stylish qnd my prices are rea-sojable- K Six divorce cases wore called at. the recent term of tho Powell Circuit Court. Who says Powell county is not coming to the front? Tho Judge made romarks which indicated that he would discourage this branch of the Courta busiuoss. ' BLack-draugh- T For constipation, Indigestion, headache, dlzzl- ness, malaria, chills and fever, biliousness, and all similar ailments, Thedford's has proved itself a safe, ' reliable, gentle and. valuable remedy.' If you suffer from any of, these complaints, try Black- Draught It Is a medicine of known merit Seventy-fiv- e years of splendid success proves Its value. Good fqr young and old. For sale everywhere. Price 25 cents. In my home." Black-Draug- ht 5 JJ " t Mrs. W. J. Moiintz Iko Weilor, tho well known business man of Fincastle, pass ed through town Friday on his way to save hay, of which ho expects to mow about sixty tons on his Clark county farm. i ltliillimttllilWl J 5 CLAY -- CITY TIMES J I A Double Quest Bg 1916. I Florence L. Henderson by W. Q. Chapman.) (Copyright. "Find a wife. Bottle down nnd I'll fix you for life," pronounced' Abel Drake, undo indulgent of Rodney Blair. "But, uncle," remonstrated the latter, "I don't want to marry. As to settling down, can anyone bo more pleasantly and rationally adjusted to circumstances than I am? And as for fixing mo for llfo, you have done thnt already." Out tho rcboluto and obstinate old rolatlvo wagged his head dellantly. He was used to being obeyed; when he conceived a notion It was difficult to budgo him from Its execution. "When I was a young man," he recited in qui to a pathetic way, "I found an estimable girl. Llko you. It Jarred mo to think of being tied down. She married well, probably never thought of mo after she found a better man, but I missed it. Not only in losing her, but thenceforth adopting the lonely, selfish llfo that has mado mo half sav-agwholly hermit. Take a month, look around the world, find a mate nnd coma back and begin life as a man should, with a loyal partner to sharo his troubles and Joys." For a week, pursuant to orders, Rodney drifted. Ho tried a fashionable summer resort and tired of Its follies. It was a dreadful bore to wander about aimless, with no definite program to follow. He found Innumerable fair faces, but they did not captivate him. "Thcro must bo something In this love business," ho ruminated, "Just as the analysts and sentimentalists aver. e, mm "Hero Are tho Papers." whore ideal conditions and the ideal girl are in conjunction, are not to be sought after, but met, unexpectedly, fatefully." If, turnover, fate was drifting him into the pathway of tho ideal mate tho process was slow. Several weeks passed by and Rodney was wearied of wondering. He had about made up his mind to write to his undo resigning his wandering commission and returning home to the old cherished and longod-fo- r life, when something happened. It camo with rather startling mystery and abruptness. Rodney had reached a littlo city In a state of the middle West, and had put up at a hotel deciding with the morning to purchase his tickets for a return to his original starting place. Ho put in an hour in the lobby at a cigar and reading the ovening papers. There was a crowd of new arrivals, and the clerk at the office desk had his bands full and hurriedly slid across the counter the key asked for by Rodney. He had not yet been up to his room and handed tho key to a bellboy. Once within the apartment bo sat down at a table, discovering there tho usual outfit of writing and hotel paper. Rodney wroto fully to his uncle of his intentions to return, sealed tho letter and started to go to tho lower floor to mall It, when be paused. "It is room soventy-soven,- " he heard a tromulous femlnlno yolco say. "This is It, miss," was the reply, evidently by the lloorboy. There came a timid knock at the door. Rodnoy opened It A beautiful young girl, accompanied by an anxious-faced lady of middle age, stood there. Both directed quick, agitated glances at Rodney. "You are Mr. West." fluttered the girl, and her evident distress, even fright, almost pained Rodney, It was bo. Intense. "We received your note. IX you will call at our home tomorrow morning we will have the money for you, provided you deliver the papers, "Yes, hero is tho address," ffuttorod the other lady nnd then her wordt ended in a sharp cry. Sho had placed a enrd with writing on It upon the table. As she did so her eyo fell upon tho letter Rodnoy had Just addressed. She turned whito and faint. Sho seized tho arm of her companion, jiwaytng weakly, as though about to faint. , "Oh, Ethol," she gasped, "some new mystery! Qulckl get me away from Jiere." "I am not " began Rodnoy In disclaimer, but the two visitors had hastened from tho roam. Ho was at a loss to understand tho motlvo of tho strange call. The fact that the superscription on the cnvclopo on tho tablo had caused the elder woman dlstross was palpable Ho tried to study it out as bo placed the letter in his pocket. Then ho hurried into tho hall Intent on overtaking tho two women, but they had evidently already left the floor on tho elevator. Tho Incident gavo him food for thought. There waa a curtained alcove at a bay window at ono angle of tho room. Turning off the light, Rod-nuseated himself thoro and looked down at tho streot. Perhaps he might see tho two women leave tho hotel. Tho fnco Of tho younger ono had Im pressed itself indelibly upon his mem ory. Suddenly ho was aroused. Two men had entered the room. Tho elec tric light was switched on. "No word at tho oftlco of tho hotel," spoke one. "Ob, well, wo shall still hear from them by morning," roturned the other. "Here aro the papers," and he ex tended a package. And then tho men indulged in a brief, but enlightening conversation. Rodney Blair had led a quiet, uneventful life. Tho disclosures of tho two men fairly horrified him They were professional blackmailers.. They had discovered some scandal against tho dead husband of tho elderly woman who had called with her niece. They had come to the town to demand all the poor woman had for a return of tho incriminating documents. It was then that Rodney realized that he had been shown to the wrong room by the bellboy. Tho villainy of the two conspirators stirred him up intensely. They parted without dis covering him. Ono of tho men placed the package and some other belong ings under a pillow of the bed, put out the light and retired for the night. It was a breathless exporienco that Rodney Blair went through before midnight, so foreign to the usual humdrum system of his life that he was burglar, fugitlvo and hero, all in one, process. He. according to story-boowas rosoluto to protect a defenseless woman, however. Ho regained his own room, tho precious packet in his possession, grandly exultant. More so, when ho sought out Mrs. Mary Wlnslow the next day and gavo her tho papers that prevented a blot being placed upon the name of ono dead, who had not been to her a good husband, but whoso name sho felt it disloyal not to protect. And then Rodnoy Blair made a dis covery why tho sight of a letter directed to his uncle had so startled tho woman. He mado a second within 'the two ensuing weeks that he loved her pretty nlcco, Alice Durant. "I have found what you sent mo after, uncle," ho announced, reappearing on the home sceno ono day. "Found a wife, have you?" chuckled tho old man. "All right, let mo see who she is and I'll give you my blessing." So they mado tho Journey together. And then thero came to Abel Drake tho surprise of his llfo, as his nephew had foreseen. For Mary Wlnslow was hla boyhood lovo. It was natural that tho courting should bo renowed. It was Inevitable that It all ovontuated In a double wedding. y k -old-tim- e AIRMEN GERMAN SHOT DOWN eTCIm Ordinary .nun live" Among marvels and feel nothing new about them. Then comet an Independent mind which tees: and tt surprise us to. And how servile, we have been, to habit and opln. Ion, how blind to what We alio might hare been, had we used our eyes. G. It. Lewes. HOT BREADS. AND BRITISH AEROPLANES BROUGHT DOWN ON WESTERN FRONT. F Icheons III Lilly'inajiffy Mil pWW I Ir Slimmer eneff refieve yoa Let efbet'Wtttber cooking. Stock tie pastry ihelt with T A TWO AVIATORS ARE CAPTURED Paris Says Enemy Air Squadron Dropped Bombs on Village and Killed Several Germans Gun Roar I Ml)' Sliced juried Beer iron asn appesueg. and (he other good" mktmeti meats includins Libbv Vienna Ssuuge you 11 fad thee Territorial Taxation. Generally speaking, tho cost of territorial administration in tho United States is borne by the federal govern mont. In Hawaii a direct property tax brings In most of the receipts, which in 1914 were 13,768.468, while the expenses of tho territory were $4,687,-64The revenues of Alaska are main ly derived from business UcenBos; they amount to about $1,000,000. It is estimated that tho United States government has spent $41,560,168 In admlnls-terln- g the territory of Alaska, Including tho purchase price of $7,200,000. The United States congress pays one-haof the expenses of the District of Columbia, Its citizens tho other halt. 6. lt Quick Work. Hank had boen courting Mandy for six years. At last be plucked up courage to pop tho question. "Ob, Hank." said Mandy. "This Is so sudden!" "I know it is, Mandy," replied the ardent swain, "but I was afraid If I didn't get a hustle on me some of these other follors might get ahead of me." The total receipts of the theaters la Paris la 191,4 were 41.990,090 frames, as compared with 68,450,000 fraaes Is 1918. A halt cupfu) of cooked cereal, rice or hominy may be added to almost any gem or muffin recipo to London, June 21. Extensive aerial its Improvement A hot muffin Is always welactivities are reported In Monday's come and a variety also. accounts of fighting along the western Mix a Nut Muffins front. cupful of grated crumbs, Ono German ueroplnuc was brought two egg yolks, a half cupdown Insldo of British lines, near ful of milk, two Doultcns, the occupants being mado prisoners. Two British fighting aeroof chopped nuts and a fourth of a planes encountered two Fokkers in tcasDoonful of salt: boat Ono hostile tho vicinity of Lens. machine was driven down damaged; in a tablospoonful of softened butter tho other, shot down, crashed to earth and fold in tho stiffly beaten whites from 4,000 feet in other ulr fights the last thing. Bake 15 minutes In two more German muchlnes wero gem pans in a moderate oven. Graham Muffins. Beat an egg light, driven down in a dunrnged condition and another was brought down near add' a cupful of milk, a cupful and a half of graham flour and a half cupful Wlhgles. whldi of flour, beat well and add a teaspoon-fu- l Hostile reconnolssances each ofbutter and lard and another crossed British lines in forco wero attucked and dispersed by aeroplanes. fourth of a cupful of milk. Bako in Ono of tho British pilots reports see- muffin' pans in a moderately hot oven ing two hostile machines hit by anti- about twenty minutes. Fruit Gems. Take a cupful of aircraft lire. flour and a halt cuprul As tho result' of the air combats whole-whea- t two British" muchlnes wero brought of cornmeal; add a cupful of mixed fruits, currants and raisins or dates. down In the enemy's lines. Paris, June 21. The ofuclnl com- Beat two egg yolks and add with a munication Issued by tho wur office cupful and a half of milk, lastly fold In the stiffly beaten whites. Bake 20 reads : "Between tho Avre and the Olse minutes or moro. Hominy Pone Take a cupful of two enemy detachments, after a spirited bombardment attempted to boiled hominy, a halt cupful of corn-mea- l, buttor tho size of an egg, a approach our lines; they were reof salt well mixed while hot. pulsed by grenades. "On the left bunk of the Meuso Cool and add a cupful joI milk, two tho artillery action was intermittent eggs beaten well. Bake in muffin pans On the right bank thero was a violent or in a thin sheet in a very quick bombardment north of tho Thlnu-mo- oven. Breakfast Muffins. Take a pint of fortified work nnd in the sectors of Vaux, Chapltro and Souvlile. flour, a tablespoonful, of sugar, a half "An enemy air squadron dropped teaspoonful of salt, two teaspoonfuls of numerous projectiles on a vlllagobaklng powder, all sifted well togeth south of Verdun, whero a camp of er; add a beaten egg, and a cupful of German prisoners was located. Sev- milk, stir In two tablespoonfuls of eral of these prisoners wero killed or softened butter; beat well and bake In muffin pans 20 minutes. ' wounded. Popovora. Berlin, June , 21. The following Take a pint each of flour statement on military operations was and milk, two eggs, a halt teaspoonful Issued by German nrmy headquarters: of salt. Beat the eggs until very thick, "Western front South of tho Belgo-Freu- add milk and flour alternately until frontier, as far as the Somuoe, it is as smooth as cream. Bake In a moderate oven 40 minutes. Do not fighting --continues. "Explosion of a German mine on open the oven for the first half hour. La. Fllle Mort height. In the Argonno If put Into deep granite cups it makes gave good results. a very light cake. "In the Meuse region (Verdun front the firing Increased appreciably toThe expectation that you actually can be one thine and appear to be anward evening nnd during the night other U doomed to disappointment. it attained great Intensity on Dead Hypocrisy Is the saddest fallacy In the Man hill nnd to tho west of the hill, world. The disguises of the pretenders as well as In the sector of the front are so thin that the simplest can see through them. H. F. Cope. from Thlaumont wood to Fort Vuux. "As provlously reported during tho VARIOUS 8AUCE8. night of the 17tli an enemy attack repulsed. at Thlaumont wood was s Sauces made of cucumber are "Several attempts" at night attacks served with fish. Grate a large by tho enemy In, Fumln wood wero pooled cucumber, allow It completely repulsod jjy hand grenndo to drain while chopping a engagements. groon popper very fine. "One British biplane fell near Lens Add to thorn, ono and another nofth of Arras after of onion juioe, a aerial battles. Two of the occupants teaspoonful of salt, a were killed. dash of cayenne popper "One French machlno was shot and a vory little strong A Gerdown west of tho Argonno. vinegar. man air squadron attacked the railCucumber Sauce No. 2. Cook two way and military factory establishtablespoonfuls of butter In a sauce1'Etape." pan ments at Baccarat and Raon until brown, add a tablespoonful of vinegar, a tablespoonful of lemon M'COMBS Juice, an eighth of a teaspoonful of NAMED TO SUCCEED cayenno and a large cucumber grated; Vance McCormlck, Former Mayor of use at once. Nation Harrlsburo, Universal Tomato Sauce Mix a taal Committee Chairman. blespoonful of cornstarch with cold water and cook fire minutes. Add a Washington, Juno 17. President pint of stewed tomato, a fourth of a Wilson on Thursday selected Vance teaspoonful of paprika, a teaspoonful McCormlck, former mayor of Harrls-burof salt, and a tablespoonful of nutPa., as chairman of tho Demo- ter. Finish with other seasonings as cratic uationul committee to succeed desired using thyme, parsley, onion, William F. McCombs. bay leaf, mixed spices, celery or garOther selections by President Wil- lic according to the dish with which son for offices on tho commltteo are: it Is to be served. . Homer O. Cummins Orange Sauce Cut Into thin strips of Connecticut. the peel from one orange, cook until Carter tender in a very little water; add Socretnrv Ilcnresentatlvo Glass of Virginia, succeeding the late tho Juice of two oranges. Cook two Thomas Pence. tablespoonfuls of butter with three taTreasurer Wilbur W. Marsh of blespoonfuls of flour; add three-fourth-s Iowa. of a cupful of stock, a halt President Wilson selected Fred B. teaspoonful of made mustard, a fourth Lynch of Minnesota as chairman of of a teaspoonful of salt, a dash of the executive committee of the na- cayenne, s of a cupful of tional committee. currant Jelly, When all Is smooth add the orange Julee and. the peeL APOLOGY ASKED OF AUSTRIA Serve with game like duek or with mutton. Mustard Sauee. Mix together two Second Note Regarding the Attack teaspoonfuls of dry. mustard, a Upon American Tank Steamer each of flow aad salt, a tablePetrollte Sent to Vienna. spoonful of soft butter, a'teaspoeaful WnnhTnrton. second of sugar aad two tables aeoafuls of Jaen 21.-regarding the. vinegar. Mix fa the order given; add note to Austria-Hungarattack by aa Austrian suDmanne upon a halt cupful ef belling water aad the American tank steamer Petrollte, stir over the heat HatU smooth, gerra was" coded at the state department for bet Or eoM. Immediate transwtMrfoa to Vienna. It U understood to demaad aa apology for the attack aad reparation. at Dead Man Hill. Libby, M9N(Hll 4 Libby, Chicago table-spoonfu- ls Situations for White or Colored Men In our mill and box department Good wages, steady work; unsurpassed working conditions. NO STRIKE. ON. and boys G. Elias Bro. Inc., Buffalo. N. Y. DAISY FLY KILLER fis lift. "TSSS IfMt, OlMB. OP . nmntol, ooaTolnt chop. Lasts all son. Mtdeol mUl, ent f pill or Us orort will BOt toll Of Injnro nythlBi' Qnuutml ffoctlT AlldealeraeriMB) oxpraM UXXOLD lOMUS.lte Do Xtlk An., SrMklra. pl6 for I1.M. B. T nt must be sweeping, dusting and scrub-bln- g all the time. Let tho air and sun shine into every part of tho'house; do not allow any decaying matter to accumulate In the cellar; wash and dry tubs, palls, etc., as all cleaning-cloths- , soon as you' have finished using them. It Is not 60 much the dust that Is in full sight, as the dust, dampness and decay in dark places, that makes, a dwelling unsanitary. Brooms, brushes, dusters, etc., need frequent washing and thorough drying. Reversing the Rules. Reginald Vandorbilt was condemn-- , ' ing modern warfare.' "German warfare, with Its liquid uumes, iih puiauu kubus uuu us uuhui and submarine murders, reverses all the rules," ho said. "Yes, in its revolutionary proce dure It reminds me of old Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius husk. "'Our boy don't scorn ter think much o' my clothes,' said old Corn Husk. "'No, not o' my grammar, nuther,' Bald the farmer's wito. 'It 'pears to me, Cornelius, that parents gives their children a heap o' trouble nowadays.' " " tary condition dqes not mean that you To keep a house in a perfect sani- Sanitarily Clean. ch dell-clou- "Be generous bread that Is cast upon the waters will return after many days." try to drown your troubles in drink. They can swim. John D. Wells says It Is useless to A Sensible Thing To Do When the drug, caffeine the active principle in coffee shows in headdche, nervousness, insomnia, biliousness, jumpy heart, and so on, the sensible thing to do is to quit the coffee. It's easy, having at hand the delicious pure food.drink g, Instant Postum It is made from .wheat roasted with a bit of whole some molasses and is. free from, any harmful substance. three-fourth- Thousands who prefer to protect their health, use Postum with comfort- - and. delight Made in the cup instantly with hot water, Conyan-ies- t, nourishing, satisfying. ul "ThwVa a Rsea" POSTUM c LAY CITY TIMES. LIKE THE TOPCOAT TO POST JN! SEWING ROOM WS1L PORTABLE HOUSE FOR NESTS Fowls Not Permitted to Lay In Poultry House Proper Cleanlna It Very 8malt Talk. "I have always had my lions' nests In tho poultry house and when the mites began to trouble them It was a hard task to have to scald, disinfect or whitewash the entire building, so I planned to have portable nesthouses, not allowing hens to lay In the pout try .house at all. Cleaning thoso houses Is" such a small task It need not be dreaded," writes Mrs, L. E. Armour ot Pleasant Hill, La., In Progressive 'Farmer. "Every portion of them can beeaslly reached. Then they can be Women 8ucx adornment. refuse to discard Useful Hints en a Variety of Matters, That Aro Well Worth Keeping In the Memory. Other Reasons Than Its- - Attractiveness Responsible for the Favor With Which It Evidently Is Universally Regarded. Anyone' whp thought that topcoats belonged to a winter climate must bo amazed at their steady growth with tho hot weather coming on. The reason is not difficult to find. We aro indulging In the frantic pleas uro of entering a new era; we must look sportive, whether or not wo aro, events. We Wo must go" to open-ai- r must look as though wo are familiar with tennis championships, tho decks motor yachts and horse of swift-going Before trying to pull threads In linen for hemstitching or crocheting a handkerchief edge, run a vor damp piece of cloth nlong the lino where tho thread Is to bo pulled. You will bo surprised to see how easily the thread will pull. V Keep It In Your Stable. For external use on horses nothing that we know ot equals Hanford's Balsam. Many trainers use.lt sb a leg wash because It keeps the skin In fine condition and should cure lameness. Adv. A Polite Hint. Customer I haw! see tho bally Germans havo received a big check. Tailor Er yes, sir. Lucky PAINS IN SIDE AND BACK How Mm. Kelly Suffered and How She was Cured. Burlington, Wis. "I wafvery Irregular, and had pains in my side and back. Lydla E. Finkliam'a f tr- -a n nrwtf - f IP YOU On ANY FMEND tie tho knot In the end of the thread Batter lth lllieumatlMn or Neuritis, ent ot chronic, write for my FREE BOOK on Itheumiv snipped from the spool. The. thread Ham Its Cnuse nnU Cure. Moat wonderful book will then se'w smoothly and without ertr written. It's absolutely FKKE. JffeftC A. Case, Dept. C. W., llrockton, JIrhh. Adr. kinking. Next time you aro hemstitching try And Call It Slng'lng. rubbing dry soap on the material "Fldo howls when a piano la where the threads are to be pulled. played." They will come out liko magic. This "Some women do that, too." can be used on the finest or heaviest ' For galls use Hanford's Balsam. materials without, Injuring them. For mending torn net laco, take a Adr. strong thread and needle and buttonSalary paid to an Infant's nurse la hole stitch loosely lengthwise In every mesh. Having finished ono row, turn hush money. tho lace around and buttonhole In every buttonhole which was Just finished, doing this until the tear Is mended. Now Is the Time to (let Rid of Theie Ugly spots. After threadlng'a needle, be sure to FRECKLES pound Tablets and using two bottles of the Sanative Wash I am fully convinced that I am entirely cured of these troubles, and feel better nil over. I know your remedies have) dono me worlds of good and I hope every suffering woman will give them a trial." Mrs. Anna Kelly, 710 Chestnut Street, Burlington, Wis. The many convincing testimonials con- taking Vegetable Combut after PETTICOAT HOLDS 'ITS OWN Portable- Neithouie. placed under a sheltering shed during winter and under cool, shady trees In "They are built on posts 4 feet high and are 12 feet In. length and 3 feet wide. There are two rows of 12 nests, one on each side of the door. A single plank forms the floor of the Eight-inchall between the' nests. planks form the wall behind the neBts. The roof Is made of four planks, two on each side. The ones lust above the rows of nests are hinged and aro opened upward. "Besides lightening the work ot mite fighting, these houses have dark nests, which all hens like, and aro good prodogs. A tection against short ladder at each door Is necossary for the hens to got to the nests." h h h nest-robbln- g Garment Has by No Means Been Relegated to the Background, as Some Had Imagined. The smartness that Is only skirt deep has no attraction at all for tho woman whOBe knowledge of, and fondand ness for, dress is a not merely an acquired taste. Under the "hobble" tyranny, It is true, opportunities for much variety were. In a double sense, limited, and the narrow proportions of the tube skirt excluded anything In the nature of "fussy" underwear. But the rout of the petticoat and the- - suppression of the frill notwithstanding, no woman has regarded the question ot lingerie as a secondary consideration, and .hardly had the wide skirt come Into being than the petticoat resumed its rustling sway once more. Further, It openly declares Its presence, ignoring the ancient, if unwritten, law that a petticoat, though it may be heard, should never be seen. deep-roote- Bummer. There's no longer the slightest need ot feellns ashamed of your frecklei. as the strength la othlne double prescription guaranteed to remove these homely apots. Simply get an ounce of othlne double strength from your drugglat, and apply a little of It night and morning and you hould aoon aee that even the worat frerklea have begun to disappear, while the lighter onea have vanlahed entirely. It la aeldom that more than one ounce la needed to com pletely clear the akin and gain a beautiful clear complexion. He sure to ask for the double strength othlne, ss thla la aold under guarantee of money back If It falls to remove freckles. Adr. stantly published in the newspapers ought to bo proof enough to women who suffer from thoso distressing ills peculiar to their sex that Lydla E.Pinkhnm'a Vegetable Compound is the medicine they need. This good old root and herb remedy has proved unequalled for these dreadful ills; it contains what is needed to restore woman's health and strength. He's a foolish lawyer who will poetry to a Jury. For proud flesh ubo Hanford's sam ot Myrrh. Adv. If there is nny peculiarity in your case requiring special advice, writo the Ijytlia E. Pink-ha- m Medicine Co. (confidential)-- , quote Lynn, Mass., for free advice Bal- When you can't remove an obstacle, plow around It. Lincoln. Don't Persecute Your Bowels Cut out cathartics and purgatives. Drutai, narsn, unnecessary, i They are vet-tabl- e. TO DISCOURAGE SITTING HEN Important to Mothers CARTER'S LITTLE Examine carefully every bottlo ot LIYER PILLS CASTORIA, a safe and sure remedy for Purely Act Infants and children, and see that it gently on tne liver. bbbbbBPadtitd'cI uhh i irwi eliminate Due, ana Bears tho I soothe the delicate. BBBlBBlr I iifr--n t BB 1 v membrane of thei I Signature I bowel. Cure. Biw-a- n PILLS. ContllpitloD, In Use for Over 30 Years. iHra . Rocking Coop Will Force Fowl to Roost on Center Shaft Quick Results Are Assured. "The device consists of a coop made of lath about two feet square and swung on a shaft set a little above the Center so that most ot the weight will "be bolow the shaft on the lower part ot the coop. The ends ot the shaft are set on posts about three feet above the ground. It is Impossible for a hen to sit on the Blatted bottom, and If an attempt Is made, the rocking and tipping ot the coop will soon make her seek a more stable support, and the only one within the coop Is the shaft passing through It; and the most persistent broody hen Is usually glad to roost on It the first night," writes Benjamin It. Bush of Bay Shore, N, J., In Popular Mechanics Magazine. Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria About 300 species ot turtlo and toise are known. tor- Sick Head. scht US' Inllftslloo, Bllleuineit, IN THE LATEST PATTERN d ss millions know. SMALL PILL, SMALL DOSE, SMALL PRICE. Smart Coat of Purple Silk. The High Soft Collar Is Lined With Biscuit-Colore- d Silk. racing; and topcoats of Infinite variety are offered to the American public aid In thlB appearance. They are amazingly So far, we have left the designing ot them almoBt entirely to the- - French', whether through Inability or through indifference, the reporter cannot tell. There are a few omtnent examples ot American designing that are worthy of the best French work, but these coats have not been available for the many; they have been priced for the excluslves. Solid colors are used in the majority ot topcoats, but there Is no doubt ot the strong grip that checks have. A thin, soft velour that crumples up In tho hand like satin is the material to be chosen, and the checks in it are in various colors. Women who must be eccentric at all costs are wearing voluminous cape-coaof this velour, checked oft in exaggerated red, "white and blue. As they- pass by In motors, one instinctively feels like saluting the flag. good-lookints - Hanford's Balsam of Myrrh is itself an antiseptic and the use ot any .other remedy before applying It Is unnecesface sary. Adv. Our model Is in biscuit-colorecloth, with trimming of brown taffetas. Salted whale meat Is considered a The skirt of the cloth has a yoke great delicacy by the Japanese. g d Home Dress Preferably of Biscuit-ColoreCloth With Effective Trim-mlnof Brown Taffeta. Genuine must bear Signature 4 1 Wf SELDOM SEE a big knee like this, but your horse may nave a uuiicn or uruiic on mi ankle, hock, stifle, knee or throat. HOW TO TREAT DANDRUFF Itching Scalp and Falling Hair With Cutlcura. Trial Free. n ! On retiring touch spots of dandruff and itching with Cutlcura Ointment. bottle dellrered. Deicrlbe yosf cue for i pec lit laaiructipos Next morning shampoo with Cutlcura u4 Book M free. AUSOUUINE. JR.. the anamankind, reduces Painful SwcUin-Soap and hot water. A clean, healthy leptic d liulaent (orWena. Bniliee. Vsrlcoie Velm alU-- o Clanda, scalp means good hair and freedom, in Pain and inflammation. Price 11 and $Z a botUc atdruiguu dellicted. most cases, from dandruff, itching, rV.F.rOUNQ. Made in the U. S. A. br Sprinofield. Mai. P.O.F.,310TiragliSt, burning, crustings and scalliigs. Free samplo each by mall with Book. Q Address postcard, Cutlcura, Dept. L, W TJT C 1 iJ Women as well as a. TV 11 V- ,nen uro mado mlser-TBoston. Sold everywhere. Adv "hie uy kidney and bladder trouble. Thou T A Ml? sands recommend Dr. D Li Sleep Is the final stage in tho Kilmer's Swamp-Itotho great kidney remedy. At drug ot nutrition. Cists In nilyvent and dollar sizes. You may receive a samplo size bottle by Paralso pamphlet telling about it. For fresh cuts apply Hanford's Bal- cel Post, Dr. Kilmer & Co., Bingliamton, Address sam. Adv. N. V.. and enclose ten cents, also mention a, Enlar-eot :il li r.i ttiii icui it uii vTiuioui laying up the hone. No blister, no hair "gone. Concentrated only a few drops required at an application. $2 per a--- I I . mm - Tl thla paper. "Jingo," In the Basquo means God. language, W. N. U., CINCINNATI, NO. 26-19-10. Coop for Broody Hens. Shipping Fever Sl'OH.V Influenza. Pink-By- e, 1918. "When hen has perched two nights she (Copyright, Paper by the McClure News Syndicate.) may be considered cured. This coop will accommodate three or four bens Net Ruffs Are Popular. without crowding and insures quick The big bock ruffles which someresults." times bear tho namo ot "Toby" and sometimes "Pierrot" are rapidly beFOR SUCCESS WITH CHICKENS coming popular. These big frills can be bought roady-madbut any clever . Not So Much Depends on How Many girl could make ono at home In tho spacq ot half an hour. It 1b best to Are Hatched as Upon What Pern choose a fairly stiff tulle, as silk centage Are Raised. vory easily gets limp. Double Success with chickens depends not box plaits look best, and it Is an exso much on how many aro hatched as cellent Idea to pass a length of black upon, what percentage is raised. The velvet or satin ribbon through the cold rains we have had recently foirad middle ot these plaits leaving the ends many early hatched chicks ready prey. loose so that the ruffle may be fastAn accident rather than acute reason ened, with a large bow, in front or at ing once placed us In poBsesalon of the side. what we consider the very best way New Chiffons. to save the life ot a chilled, wet chick. One 'of the most striking designs There were so many soaked at one time that we simply could not wrap In the new chiffons now being received then separately or place them in the la the Bhops ,1s a large double rose ot ovea, A pan of very warm water on cream color laid upon a ground ot the man ot the flame. The same design is also carthe range house to suggest dipping the chicks as ried out la emerald greea upon a he had dipped small For Jack ot ground of cream. One more, a mauve, aaythlBg better, yrp tried It, dipping rese upon a ground of purple, Is per the otaleks and wrapping up several to hapa loveliest of air. gather la Saaael etothsv It worked Blue and lack. like, magic Tha warn water seemed-tBlue and Mask are always smart afoot them Biuea qvleker than dry kftkaa .or noeratttheat weald have la oomblaatlea. There are many Mae. deoe. Klaee theay 'we've restored aad htaak silks, la stripes and plaldi. yatwg ealflks to lar cess we douited Btva aad Mask, targe and taffeta are to'oaMae4,wHh.feed rweKa. Utsy had any Ufa Wt fan taw tulle-illusioprc-apte-d P-- S o Distemper and all nose and throat diseases cured, and all others, no matter how "exposed." any of these diseases with SrOH.VS kept from havlnir DISTKMl'Kll COMl'OUNl). Three to six doses often cure a case. One bottle guaranteed to do so. liest u nn thins for brood marcs; nets alul the blood. 50c or bottle, manuIS dozen bottles. DriiKKlsts harness shops facturers sell it. Agentu wanted. MIIDICAI. CO., Chemists, Goshen, Ind., V. S. A. Epizootic, Bumper Grain Crops taken round back to sides ot front "and plainly stitched at edges. The bodice has sleeves and sides ot the cloth, and the remainder of taffetas; little bows trim center front. Materials required: 3 yards cloth yard taffetas 40 48 inches wide, 1 inches wide. Prizes Awarded to Wostorn Canada for Wheat, Oats, Barloy, Alfalfa and Grasses The winnings of Western Canada at the Soil Products Exposition at Denver were easily made The list comprised Wheat, Oats, Barley and Grasses, the most important being the prizes for Wheat and Oats and sweep stake on Alfalfa, No less Important than the splendid quality of Western Canada's wheat and other grains, is the excellence o! the cattle fed and fattened on the grasses of that country. A recent shipment of cattle to Chicago topped the market In that city for quality and price. WtiUra Ciaida predated U 1915 as awd wLeU as all f Us UaUsd States, or orst 300,000,009 bulek Canada In proportion to population has a greater exponaoie surplus oi wneat tins year Ulan any country in the world, and at present prices you can figure out the revenue for the producer. In Western Canada you will find good markets, splendid schools, exceptional social conditions, perfect climate and other sreat attractions. There) ose-tkl- n a. Good Markets High Prices Serge Frocks and Suits. Tbero are enough serge suits and gowns on every side to prove that the fabric is not out of fashion, but a thin quality of gabardine with a slight twill In It Is placed a bit above a serge la the order ot new fashions. Both ot these materials are used for frocks and tor skirts and coats, but there Is a new soft cloth, like an Improved duve pattern. It la M9 war lax tya, with a checker-boar- d land aad mo conscription. eoaes mora ia black and white than Setul or Hiwtrated pastelilet aad ask for reduced railway rates, lafomatloa as to best local low, etc. any other eae eelor, but there are ex Artdreas Superuiisnasat Immigration. Ottawa. Canada, or eeasively suits ot It la W. S. NCTHtRY. Room 82, lalarurbaa Sfa. BMg Columbus, O. blue aad ereaa aad brown and yellow. good-lookin- g Canadian GOTacBBisat Atal 10CAL nr noss. H is able to go about but with his head batidaged up to protect his wounds. We learn as we go to press that Miss Mary Bowen, dnughter Wm. Bowen, of Filson, died very suddenly Wednesday. Miss Gertrude Littlepaee, of Louisville, is visiting old friouds J. 0. Everman, the enterprising in the city. merchant of West Bend, was in Rev. J. Logan Irvin and fam- town Saturday and placed a nice ily, of Tampa, Fla., are vieitiug little ad with us. His prices on staple goods are creating a senMr. It. A. Irvin. sation in his territory and it is Mr. and Mrs.'W. T. Bunch, of useless to say ho will capture Pilot View, visited relotives in tho lion's share of business at the the city over Sunday. go in. The Ladies Aid of the Christian Arm. church will give an Ice Cream Little Girl Supper on Saturday July 15. Faced by demands from the conductors, engineers, firemen and brakemen that would impose on the country an additional burden in transportation costs of $100,000,000 a year, the railroads propose that this wage problem be settled by reference to an impartial Federal tribunal. With these employes, whose efficient service is acknowledged, the railroads have no differences that could not be considered fairly and decided justly by such, a public body. Federal Inqu lry or Railroad Strike? Railroad. Urge Public Inquiry and Arbitration Of "Our conference! hire demonstrated that rrt cannot harmonize our difference! of opinion and that erentually tht matten in controverty must be paised upon by other and disinterested agencies, Therefore, we propose that your ot by one or the other ot the following methods: proposals and the proposition ot the railway 1. Preferably by submission to the Interstate bommeree Commission, the only tribunal which, by reason of its accumulated formation bearing on railway conditions and its control ot the revenue ot the railways: ri in a poii- tlon to coniider and protect the rights and equities of all the interests affected, and to provide, itional revenue necessary to meet tht added cost of operation in ease rour oronotala are found bv the bmmitiion to be juit and reasonable; or, Iin the event the Interstate Commerce Commission caunot, under txiiting laws, act in' the premises. that we jointly requeit Congress to take such' action as may be necessary to enable the Commission.ta comider and promptly dispose of the questions inrolred; or 2. By arbitration in accordance with the provisions of the Federal' law" (The Newlanda Act). ' Breaks The formal proposal of the railroads to the " employes for the settlement. ' v ' the controversy is as follows: J "T Mattio Daniel, the little eight Toilet articles of the best year-oldaughter of 0. 0. Dan quality are sold by Miss Ollie iel, of Snow Creek, broke an arm. 27 2t at the wrist while playing about Hoskins. The Ladies' Aid, of the Metho-dis- t the yard one day this week. Church, will hold the next CANDID ANALYSIS. regular meeting on Wednesday, d . July 19th. Mrs. W. E. Moore has taken man. "I ain't much for "style, possession of Central Hotel where she invites tho traveling public but I've got wonderful endurance." to stop when ie the city. " ORNAMENT AND. UTILITY. Mr. and Mrs. Clark Mize, and "I have been asked to join the daughter, Miss Fannie, of Jack- choir." son, spent several days last week "I have been asked to sing in the with relatives in the city. choir." Acnine Lotion, a liquid healer ITS NAME. for pimples, raBh, eczema and "What shall I head this column skin affections, is sold by Miss of family dinner dishes ?" Ollie Hoskins. "Why not call it table talk?" Mrs.,V. L. Watkins and daughter, Miss Frances, .of Louisville, ANGERED THE IRISHMAN. are visitiug Mrs. Watkins' parthis doublin'," mutents, Mr. and .Mrs. 0. E. White tered the perspiring Scotch recruit, this week. after an evolution executed at the Claude Bowman sold a nice double. "And confound dirty Glassaddle and harness horse to gow," hissed an Irish voico in his Ohiue Townsend.tor $155. Mr. ear, "and I'll knock.the head off of Townsend will use the horse in you wnen wo dismiss." London Globe. the oil fields. 27-2- t. "Can yon dance?" "Yes," answered the Leaders Refuse Offer and Take Strike Vote Leaders of the train service brotherhoods, at the joint conference hcldJn'New refused the offer of the. railroads to submit the issue to arbitration York, June or Federal review, and the employes are now voting on "the question whejher ' authority shall be given these leaders to declare a nation-wid- e strike. Commerce Commission is proposed by the railroads as the The Interstate public body to which this issue ought to be referred for these reasons: 5. No other body with such an intimate knowlide of railroad.conditions hat such an unquestioned position in the public confidence. The rates the railroads may charge the public for transportation art now largely fixed iy this Govern' meat board. Out of every dollar received by the railroads from the public nearly ont.hilf it paid directly to the em- . ployes as wages; and the money to pay increased wt jet can come from no other .source than the rates paid oy me puoiic. The Interstate Commerce Commission, with its con-trover rates, is in a position to make a complete investigation and render such decision as would, pro- tect the interests of the railroad employes, the owners of the railroads, and the public. ol A Question For the Public to Decide a $100,000,000 a year to these employes, now highly paid and constituting only one-fift- h of all the employes, without a clear mandate from a public tribunal that shall determine the merits of the case after a review of all the facts. The single issue beore the country is whether this controversy is to be settled by an impartial Government inquiry or by industrial warfare. The railroads feel that they have no right to grant wage preferment of National Conference Committee of the Railways EUSHA LEE, Chairman P. H. ALDRIOHT, Cn'liltMtttr. Atlantic iCoajt Uaa Railroad. L W. BALDWIN. Ctn'tiSattttr, Ctatrtl ol Gcorfia Raitiray. C. L. BAROO. Gn'l Mtnutr. Nan York, New Haras A IlirttofJ Rallroel B. II. COAFMAN. YlcfPruUnt. Santbcrn Railway. 8. B. COTTBR. Wabash Railway, r. B. CROWLBY, Aut.Railway. ricfPrnUnt, Naw Yatk Casual Graat Northern Railway; C. II. BWING. Cn'l Fhiladclphia A Raadiaf Railway. B. W.GRICfi. Trail.. Chciapaakt A Ohio Railway. A. S. GRB1G. Aut. it MkHmti. St, Looia A San Francisco Railroad. C. W. KOUNS. Cm'l Uftfr. Atehlaon.Topskaft Santa Fo Railway. H. W. MoM ASTER. Cn'l Maar. Wkaalioi A Lako Brio Railroad. V C. IT. EMP.RSON. Cn'IMmur. Mu. John E. Hines, a carpenter working at Irvine, whose home "You say you had your eyes open, is in North Carolina, was drown- with a good grip on the wheel and ed at Irvine last week while try- your foot on the brake?" ing to rescue a dog. "Yes." "Then how in Tophet did the acciLee McPherson is back from dent happen?" Lee and Owsley counties, bring"Easy. I had to sneeze." ing some fifty head of nice young INSTRUCTIONS. cattle, which he sent on to Mt. Sterling, Thursday. New Train Itbbber But what & McGuire have install- shall I do if tho passengers refuse Eaton ed an underground gasoline tank to hold up their hands? Old Train Robber Pas3 yourself with pump, so you can get your automobile recharged with the off as a moving picture actor who's got on the wrong train by mistake." explosive fluid on short notice. OSTENSIBLE OCCUPATION. D. It. Daniel bought and shipped a car load of hos8 and cattle "Does Bliggins work ?" last week. He has more engag"No. He has an office downtown ed to take July 20th. He has so that he can keep out of the way b aught a number of fat cows at of tho servants in his house." 0 cents. REASONABLE EXCU8E. Wa.tcrn Railway. JAMB3 RUSSELL, GnVHfmtt. v' Dcsvtrft.Rto Graada Railroad N. D. MAIIBR. Vlctinlini; A.M.SCIIOYEH. t4U,.iritfPni. fcaaiylrania Uses Wait. Vi-.- , W. L. SBDDON, K Seaboard Air Lint Railway. A. J. STONE. riffmUnf. Brit Railroad O. S. WA1D. ruPnt. B CnVItt "Santas Ctatral ; ." : 77 Jiar. Uo. ' 9 GIRLS NEED PHYSICAL DRILL Bending Over Desks Often Has a -Tendency to Causa Curvature of the Spine. Lockhart not give your bovandeirlan & Goodwin, - DENTISTS OFFICES OLAY CITY J. T. Akors, of Udall, Kansas, "My dog is liko an impressive has been in town this week, on a visit to his brother, Burrel Alters tor who asks a question." "now is. that?" Headmaster of the L. & E., whom "Ho paws for a reply." he had not soon for some twenty-fiv- e or thirty years. NO DOUBT. Harry HI8 IMITATION. ora- Reiser, of Lexington, She Do you think bats really can who recently went to Furnace in get in your head ? anticipation of starting a restauHe You try one, and you won't rant, did not find the opening aB ask that next morning. promising as expected, so he reTHE KIND. turned Tuesday to tho city. "Your stories of tho West Indies Mrs. J. S. Dugan and family, of JolFerson, Texas, are visiting rel- need more" ginger." "Then I'll put in some Jamaica atives in the county. Mrs. Duginger, gan is a sister to Mr. JohnTliack-o- r, of Vaughn's Mill, and has been away from Kentucky for For Good Darberlng Try , opportunity to" One who observes girla in graduating classes in different 'high Bchools Hi Mtudii tuv and can hardly fail to be impressed with "effedwet Givo them tho same their lack of good physical developchances to win pro Magazine. ment, saya tho Mother's motion and success as the lad having tho It is safe to say that at least advantage oi of tho girls graduated from it high school have curjatures of tho WEBSTER spine, or uneven shoulders, or stand NEW INTERNATIONAL in a bad position, or have too much Dictionary in his home. This now flesh or too little. Investigations" creation answers with final authority all kinds of puzzling questions made recently in California showed in history, geography, biography, that about of tho girls spelling, pronunciation, sports, arts, who go to college and university arc and sciences. 4W.OO0 Vocabulary Terms. 37MF2e. out of repair physically. Otct 6000 1 llui trattoria. Colored Flutes. To ealy eutlaaaij wlti tka Wrl "What is the cause of all this ? The fat. The typo matter Is equivalent to that d prevailing theory is that .of 16. volume encyclopedia. More Scholarly. Accurate, Convenient, shoes, constriction and lack ad Authoritative than onyotlierEag- of any systematic exorcise are respon- 9 nmnnnnnBM uui fcqytiunarja REGULAR sible; but tho chief reason why girls AND are bo poorly formed is because practically no attention has been given EDITIONS. to their physical development until WHITE tot - rwoiman nasaa. very recently. In some schooh girls anaSaaVlial BMaSannnnnnnnmiration, a to. E.a, aatof Fbelni still do not have any regular physiWapa U you BJUM tUl cal exercise. They are not advised by capablo teachers regarding their anaannKdnW C & CrMEMMM M. wmtmma, mass. defects and how to overcome them. Tho California report indicated that many defects were due to habitual c .saw CAMPION one-thi- rd S WHEN YOU A SHAVE OR HAIR OUT OR ANY TONSORIAL WORK CALL ON H. H. FHERIG0. three-fourt- hs high-hede- s HfBfl 'UK D Vsm"rr"ii MitiWnWMnTimiiiiiniiiinnni I th$ Lamp Oil that Saves Jbyes ft nthtntr la trtnrn lmnnrriinfc In rha lioina tlun clear, ttcaUr light. Iuiurs ceMlotr ttio oil tint turn clear ani clean wlthnr.t RlrVar down to tbe laat drop. IVnntjlyanla, crude oil refined to prfectlon. CcmU no run rrt thun tha InforiAr tls j fourteen years. James Wright fell from tho barn loft at his homo Sunday and In the old stand, next to the Red out a severe gash about his head River .Hotel. and in addition stoye'd up his neck, causing considerable sore- - Shampooing and Scalp Treatment V A. P. Johnson .bending over desks, which develops curvature of tho spinej "which in turn develops other deformities. But conditions oro probably better today than they were a few years ago. A girl's dress seems better adapted to helpful physical development than It was ten years ago. perhaps this will in time be demonstratcd.in the better physical development --of girls who pass through the schools. CLEANING I AND PRESSING. tntweouoll5-MTcaMONEY-M- am ready to do your Cleaning and Pressing. Good work guaranteed, and charges reason able. Orders left with oani eyes. irimn-f- iti YmiT dwler SOUTH airect rrom our irorks. hu Oil. la Chas. C. Stall Oil Co. RaAwry St Warren, pa, We HU tbseaMntad VHtfCarb" Auto OU, J. Jloom LxlHgti, Ky. will receive prompt attention. 'JAMES ty.LLIAMSL fu3