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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): July 20, 1916 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1916 cla1916072001_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 20, 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. 0 X JttMd J. E. Bwgher, PuWwlwr. 1. CLAY CITY TIMES We are Here to Help Clay CHy, Hw Surrounding pounlry and Ourselves. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. VOL. XXI. CLAY CITY, KY., THURSDAY, JULY 20. 1916. NO. 21) -- Miss Visa Jones took with fainting spell and fell, hurting herself quite severely, one day last week. Miss Emma Williams of Estill Bkths and Deaths in Powell is visting the family of Henry According to a report of the Kentucky State Board of Health, Daniel and attending the Insti Powell county-fothe first four tute, this week. months of this year had 88 births D. R. Clark returned Friday and 13 deaths. Nine of these from Quicksand, where he had deaths were from preventable gone on business connected with thteo.oi them were BOme.walunt timber. oddB thaf agaiarfctt 1'ainb RhdJ'"hoK8V Soma- "of- theJ- diseases; uridBroheyear-oiaj'ftvKildfeh an open window or a flying stick" Iambs-hRev. Henry Townsend of Rad engaged some months of them were from tuberculosis ical was here on business Tuesday of stove-wooago cents. The more recent The repairing work on Mr. of. the lungs. going on to Clay City. He preach Waldron's house in Mechanics- purchases he paid 8centsfor. He Box Supper. ed at Mt. Canaan Sunday. paid 8jc for the hogs. Another DriHing Machine. ville is about completed. With A box supper will be held in new foundations, new chimneys, Another oil drilling machine Misses Eloise and Elsie Vance the school house yard Saturday ORPHANS' HOME ITEMS. has arrived in the city. It is be- left Saturday for a visit with their painting aud papering, they have night under the auspices of the The children enjoyed an outing ing taken to a farm near Yirden grandmother, Mrs. Vance, iu now a thoroughly renovated Ladies' Aid of fhe Methodist on the 4th of July. home. where the Kenova Oil Company Lexington, for several days. church. The young ladies are We are thankful to Mr. and will sink a well. This will be each expected to bring a box of Mrs. Allie Christopher of Win Mr. Williams is working in the goodies, which is to be sold to Mrs. Bloom and Mr. and Mrs. Ea the first developments on Brush Chester and her sister, Mrs. Chan. oil fields. creek and here's hoping that the ey the highest bidder. Letuouade ton for the donation of plums. of Campton Jet. visited Mrs Tilford Abney is preparing for will also be served by Cynthia Patrick spent a tew venture will be successful iu find- Lennie Crowe, over Sunday. and cake housekeeping again. Mrs. Asa days at the Home on her waj t o ing an abundat flow of oil of the the ladies. Everybody invited John E. Patrick of Jackson Jones, who is now in his Iiousp, good kind. Highlund College at Guerrant. Home at Last waB here last week in connction will soon move to Hamilton, 0. In Serious Condition. The horse was put out of com with his oil interests, aud they where her husband is working. Ben Mastiu was brought to his mission by a snake bite but ow. Mrs. Albert Easter who has are drilling on the Fox land. home near Powell'sVnlley church ng to Mr. Wright's timely help Jeff Martin was in Winchester been afflicted for several years Saturday night in a very serious he is getting over it ulcely. Mrs. Hanks of Winchester vis last week under the care of Dr. with asthma and heart trouble condition. He was met at Lex We have not been able to set tins become very much worse and ited her mother, Mrs. Holly, last Browne, for kidney trouble. Ho ington by Dr. Martin who cared all the things planted that we Mrs. Holly went home was put on a buttermilk diet week. for him on the train. The first desired, owing to the fact that ts in a very dangerous condition. with her for a visit of several which he says goes pretty hard report that he was suffering from we could not get the ground O.ie of her limbs has bursted weeks. with him. from the excessive swellings. Her tuberculosis is not true, but he is ploweu. Mr. and Mrs. Webb and clul daughter, Mrs J. A. Walters, of dren, who have been visiting at Thos. Bolin, of Bates county, in a very dangerous condition, EPWORTH LEAGUE Ford, has been called to her bed Mrs. Creed s for several days, Mo., is visiting his old friends and may not recover. Leader: Mrs. S. T. Ourr. side. have returned to their home at aud associates of boyhood days. Subject : Enthusinsm ; ItsYal Lexington. He was raised within a mile and Camp Meeting at Vaughn's Mill. tie; Uow to uultivate it. Will Preach at Vaughn's Mill. He is enjoy- W. Williams and her a half of Stanton. Mrs. J. ' The Revs, Wm. Kirk, of this Lesson: Is. 12, Eld. Cleo Purvis, pastor of the sister, Mrs. Kate Bohannan, have ng his visit immensely. Prayer. city, arid W, L. Byrd, of Spout Solig. local Christian church, will preach returned from Detroit, lhey re D. Breeze, who has been sick Spring, wilMiolda cninp meeting Enthusiasm, Mrs. T. P. Mountz. at the Vaughn's Mill Christian port one of the finest trips they for many months in Illinois, aud u. w. Lyio grove on war a have ever taken. iu the The Value of Enthusiasm. church Saturday night, and Sun ater at the Furnace, is quite pick's creek,, beginning Saturday Mrs. w K. Cassidy. Mrs. Rose has returned from day afternoon at 8 o'clock. The (2) Mrs. Joe Mbuntz. July 22nd. There will be an ull Springs, Ark, where she has ow. ills death may occur any public is cordially invited to at Hot How to Cultivate Enthusiasm. been under treatment for the moment. His two daughters at day service Sunday with dinner Miss Ruth Eaton. tend these servicos. She is somewhat tended school here last year. past month. All persons are on the ground. Miss Ethyl Duncan. improved in health. Bank Report. most cordially invited to attend 0. 0. Eaton. Mrs J. 0. Ilanley will levo Fri Mrs. J. H. Mullins and daugh Miss Adaline Huzelrigg. these meetings. The Clay City National Bank ter of Coruetsville in Perry, Mrs. day for her homo in Newcastle, Song. has one of their splendid reports a., At Last- -A Girl! A BlbleViewof the Luck of En- - in ttiis issue. It is always n source Sarah Holmes and Mary Crab school where she will visit until opens up again. Prof. tliusiasin, Rev. 8, 14 10. Mrs. J. of satisfaction to the depositors tree, visited with the family of Dr. Irvin reports the biHh of lanley will go with her to Ohio, Geo. Knox lust week. I . UillUO. and a source of gratification to n daughter to Mr. and An Enthusiasm Hint was not the stockholders to read a report 0. 0. Epeus and wife of New where he will preach on Sunday. Mrs. Win. Aduius, July '20th. Through, Gul. 7.O. Mrs. R. L. Ross, Intl., are here visiting their C. B. Rosnbarger of Washim;. of this solid old institution. many relatives, and are at pres. ton, D. C, tho advance man of This is six children in that fami- Tipton. I he Sublime Enthusiasm of The drilling on the Mountz out with the- latter's parents, Mr. he Katclillo Chautauqua, was ly, the iirs.t five being boys. uul, Phil, 3, 4 10. Mrs. Emma farm near town continues to a and Mrs. Jack Welch. here two days this week, helping The big drilling machine thut Mnuntz; tho organization 01 tho men depth of over C00 feet. The The little child of Richard came the other day was fur work The Enthusiasm of Jesus, John for the for oil are good and the Williams died at the Furnace August. chautauqua to bo hold in lit, the Mn ft Abney Hollow of 0. 4. 5: John 12: 14, 17, 24, 20. promoters nro hopeful for a good and was brought to Stanton and llardwick's Creek, where they Miss Esther SearleB. (Coutintuxl ou Last Iago) wTll sink a well for Kennon Bros. League Benediction. well. thence to Bath county for burial. ss ?- A Red Fex Tale. J. A. Cex Dead. Prof. Jasper A. Cox, who One night last week the family of John Hose on Beech Fqrk had taught school at Stanton, Wat retired for the night, sleeping up tersvillo and Spout Spring back stairs, with several of the doors in the latter 80's and early 00's, down stairs open on account of is dead in Missouri according to the heat, They had not been in information received by us. The dato of his death was not menbod long before they heard pack 'of hounds coming in ful tioned but possibly was several tilt over" the ridge, from the deep months back. His wife, who was a Miss Tipwoods; making the music so dear were ton, of Cow Greek, Estill county, to a hunter's heart. They headed straight for Mr- - Rose' is also dead. Prof. Cox was a house and when.near it the dogs favorite teacher of his day. He stopped running, short oil and will be particularly remembered on account of his introduction of were heard no more: When the next day dawned phonetic spelling. In this way he the Roses rose and went about soon taught the young pupils to the daily affairs. One, going to observe' aud use the diacritical do the breakfast cooking, was marks iu their spellers aud astonished to see a big red fox readers. coolly curled up under the kitch Shipping Fine Stock. With a shout' for en cabinet. help, and one or two nice little Our enterprising young farmer The N. V. Rose, left Lexington last screams, the fun began. women folks armed with their Friday morning with a car of poker, rolling thoroughbred Hampshire sheep, U8ualv weapons d pin and set in to twenty one in number, taking the fray in deadly earnest and them to Walnut Hall Stock Farm Mr. Fox saw in a moment that in Colorado, where they are raisin hiding iu there from the dogs ing ull kinds of first-clastock he bad: jumped' out of the frying to supply the great farms and pan into the fire. The folks fought well but the fox dodged ranches of that inland empire, the better and quick out through Colorado, and' its surrounding a window he went with a crash States. He will be gone some and a red fox's swift good-byeten or fifteen days. Somewhere among the lime Shipping Livestock. stone ledges of Beech Fork thai fox is, resting, up (or ' another D. R. Daniel is receiving today chase when John Maxwell toots his hunting horn in- the beech for ehipraoot tomorrow one car grovesup 'there, but it's' Jong. londQf cattle and a mixed car of . Rtbve-woo- Russell Takes to the Field. Albert Burgher and John Kirk leffiTuesday for Furnace to build a water reservoir on a ridge some where out there, where F. B. Russell, of Louisville, is getting ready to drill. Mr. RuBSell has lots of oil lands in that section, and we understand he is to drill a number of wells, one at least of which is where they have to pump the water from the big springs out to the top of the mountain to rub the drilling There is hardly a doubt but we will have reports of some en-giu- e. STANTON. (By P. O. Derthick.) Cliff Chaney is in Jackson, at tending Breathitt County court Miss Mabel Knox visited her uncle Ben Martin, at Lombard last week. Mrs. S. K. Baird and daughter of Gordonton, visited John W Willirms last week. The Reason Why at Furnace The Clay City Ball Team, feeling mighty good over wollop-in- g fine wells for Mr. Russell. Thirty Forty We understand that they made $30.40 at the ice cream supper at the Christian church Saturday night. The amount would have been larger if it had not rained as night came on. They had a very pleasant time, enjoying the occasion to the utmost, and the cakes and cream were so good that they cleaned up everything they could eat, before the Con cert Band had come to the final tune "God be, with you till we meet' again." sick. Auanis is home again after several days' visit with kin folks in Clark county. J. D. Atkinson was in Frank fort last week on business before the Court of Appeals. Joe Newland of Jackson is run ning the drilling machine of Pat rick Bros, on the Alex Fox place, John Morris of Thurman, Ohio was here last week to see hi brother Henry, who 13 quite vv. v . The fill has been completed for the new depot aud work wil soon be started for its construe tion. Stanton the other day, lit out to Furnace, Sunday, tickled to death with the way they were going to lay out tho backwoods boys up there, but the Furnace boys were loaded for bear ; they had a diamond in a last year's corn-fielfull of old bumps and humps and cornstalks. But they had a big game, all right enough, and our boys were treated nice, and had pie, and gassed some, and smelt some gass, and finally got the patchen knocked oil' of them in the 9th inning the score being 7 to 8, in favor of Furnace. While our boys won't admit anything much, it's generally understood that the real reason for the beat was our boys looking at the at those pretty country girls who came to cheer the other side. But they played well, consider ing the beauty, our boys did! d, r e Feeling for Fish Ray White and Austin John son went fishing the other day to decide a bet as to who could catch the first fish. Ray was seated on a bluff bank and he took a slip and scooted in with a great splash. After watching Ray flouuder around for a minute or so, with water in his ear and mud on his nose. Austin pulled iu his hook, remarking to Ray that if he was going after fish like a didapper the bet was oil righrnow. d! at-C- j. 6. I ten-poun- d - I. I i t THE J. E. Burgher, TIMES. A Painlsville, Ky. man Publisher. gets mail mat Entered as second-clas- s ter at tho Post Office at Clay City, Ky., under tho Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. A IIJMK-MAU- Advice From Normal Man To Take Tanlac; He's Well suffered from stomach trouMr. Gordell believes in the old I spent adage that "Everyone is usefu for four years. hundreds of dollars for treat- in this world who lightens the ments nnd medicines but got no burdens of another," that is why real relief until I took Tanlac, he is prompted to give this state the new tonic, said Mr. M. Cor- - menu about Tanluc. If by his dell, of Puiutsvillo, Ky. who advice even one person is reliev. lives on Main strrrt. ed of misery he will have been "I had to be very careful what repaid for his trouble. ate, as everything seemed to Tanlac is a tonic which aids give me indigestion. digestion, promotes healthy, re , "My Wm. Bays, freshing sleep and strengthens a prominent mill owner at Nor the nerves. mal, Ky. knew of my illness and It is purely vegetable and advised me to take Tanluc. herein lies one of its great vii Well, I took his advice and am ties. It is reconstructive not pleased to report that it gave me destructive. complete relief. Tanlac is being specially intro "Iam no longer troubled with duced in Clay City at the store my stomach. I can eat any kind of Eaton & McGuire, of food without distress. My ap Tanlac niav be obtained in petite is flue and I sleep better. eel good when I get up in the Slntuou at Il.irdwick & Co. Uoweiif Dsiv A: Kim ; College mornlims. coiisider Tanlac a wonder Hill, (J inter liros.; Torrent, J ''I ful remedy and believe it is Taylor Dty; Ivxine, Irvine IJruir tho cause of my present good Co.; Genet, Genet C'sli Sire ; ble fatlier-in-law- CHEVROLET A R,eal Automobile. 4 "I K l'Al'EU. THP1W1IAY JULY 27, 1010. ANK OUNCEME1TTS Wc.i,'OiUiihnn'..i-- to nnnotiu-- c of It'!' i.willo. 1 ( Counts. Ky., i. ,(. fn" .liuli;oof itiiCi-urKsnr.-m-i o' ppe : voiuli Appcl. o f'"' !' ivjiii i' i '!' v. mlilecl i" 1'ic t' ict o.' o" tilt' Ui I'lililifi ii raitf nl i lie primary i Five Passenger equipped with Self-Start- cr e'ectifii in Ie AVe -- lu-- AurukIo IMC. and electric lighting system. , r ontiihoi'-eil loamioiinco 35 H. P. Engine, weigh'; 1750 pounds! :o;COK AXOVKU ooiinlv. us p c;inilii! c for .1 itij Hie ii' Hie C'i.Mi-- of Ai e;il KenlncUy. niilijeri iweii'ii DUtrii:of P'l-- titanium tlie T piu' i ry, Aus lie l(iulilie:i:i (utriy nl ihi filii, 19IG. 'r I F. Seven Passenger Baby Grand 0. B. Factory, . .$550.00 Touring Car, 2400 pounds F. O. B. Factory, $750.00 W nre nui li'inxc'l tontumuiice HlHK'r. S. WILMS nf Rowl . iiinly ns a ennanbto for S veil h E. H. FULLER, Agent For Powell County, STANTON. KY. Judy r lie fie voie of H.c Keptililicaiis in tlif Sjii !. v. Align.-- 1 fi. 1010. ppih; !e Dislricl. Mlbiivt t'"iiit of AppeiiU Initio t" health." Waltersville, Henry Waldron. VAUGHN'S MILL. We iirenutliori- ed to announce " tv t'niHy. n a cmi! ' t c for .1 'dge of iiiol '''ni t of Appenls in tlie fe'M'iiili Vpiii'lln-District o' i ncky 8 ilijccl lo tlie action of tlie Uopl'lilican r it v :i tin' IVii.mry JJloctioii lo bo O'' ii. a. ! aulkni:i: THE BIG FAIR AT WINCHESTER Of Great Importance; Fail to See It. liild Aiij?. .'itli, H'lU. The Clark County Fair you're anxious to add to your to be held in Winchester inclusive will be the biggest exJoe Clurk has returned to Cinhibition ever held in that county. live on a bit less. Preparation is under way for the cinnati after a two weeks' visit handling of the largest crowd that with his father. Your EARNINGS are so has ever attended the fair in that Everyone is putting, up blackcity, and the largest number of berries, as they are, pleutiful and SAYINGS make for success. horses that has ever attended a extra fine this year. county fair in tho Blue Grass will Walter Fickliu of Montgomery he quartered on the grounds. To spent a few days last week with take care of the horses the fair his uncle J. F. Smith. company lias been compelled to Mrs. Winford Davis of Cincinconstruct additional bai ns and evernati is visiting her mother-in-laything will soon be in readiness for Mrs. W. M. Davis. the big event. The track which is the fastest in the State is in prime Mrs. Charley Nelson of CinPAYS 3 PER GENT INTEREST condition and will continue to im- cinnati is visiting. her mother, prove until the date of the Fair. Mrs. Gr. W. Clark, and other ON SAVINGS There will be twelve trotting races ejght running races during tho Should Sloan's Liniment so Alons? meeting and entries which closed Of course it should! For after on July 10 showed horses entered a strenuous day when your muscles from the Central, Middle and. have been exercised tothb l'uiit an Southern States. One of the great- - application of Sloan's Linimeut est show evonts which will bring will take the soreness and st illness ESI together the greatest number of away and get you in flue shape for s saddle horses in the Bank- tho monow. You should also use people. ers Stake carrying with it premiums it for a sudden attack of toothache It can be truthfully said of him of to the amount of $250 and the st'ff neck, backache, stings, bites that ho has had to ovcrcon.e as Brown Proctoria Harness Stake with KY. and the many accidents that are many obstacles as Abraham Lincoln in get ting an education, having to its premiums of $100. All tho incidental to a vacation. "We saddle horses in this and other would ps toon leave om baecace split tails at forty cents a day in Any Time Students Admitted order to earn a living. He strongly sections of the Stale and many us go on a vacation or camp out favors submitting to the vote of the from other Stales will he here to peoplo all, of the questions of tl'o! compete for the nreinnis which without Sloan'6 Liniment." Writes , ., .. present uay, nnu ieueve! umi a i are tl o richest that .have ever been one vacationist: We use it for evof the Best Schools in representative of ihe people liould Ltfored by a Kentucky Fair Amou erything from era nip i to spend his time hi looking afte. Mte ation. The management of the Put a bottle In your bag, Courses in Agriculture and Domestic Science. int' rests of the peoplo ami spend air has piovidcd the best band in bo prepared and have no regrets. hi tic thro in playing pities. He the country that, could be sec ned Review Classes iu the Co:unon Branches will be Conducted throughout is an aggressive fighter and sneaker t0 furnish music for the fair. And NOTICE! the term. and will make a vigorous campaign tho Royal Scotch High! nidcn) will, in support of his candidacy and play musical piuginms dm ii.g the The Sunday School program By paying pait of their Expenses in Work, Students may ge tl Woodrow Wilson; being an original afternoons ; ml evenings. Tnc puuiibiieu iu last week's paper Kales at the Dormitory as low as $1.5o per Week, Wilson man nn,hl will continue tuie hour stated that there would be dinner and for'y nvnuus. In addition to Last year this ounty wan hard this an excellent amusement feature on the grouud Saturday at the For Information Write to worked by reprejinlulivca of the has been seemed in the Metropoli Convention to ho held at the Methodist church in this citv Kenlucky Rural Credits Asa. ela- tan shoas with its two great ban-Iand a personnel of 250 peopic. Re- Saturday and Sunday, July 29 and tion, of Lexing .on. Tho plan of tho duced rules on ull railroads leading HO. The program did not say institution was fi.st to sell stock in to . that there would bo dinner on their concern, which xvia guaranthe grouud Sunday. There will CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR not bo dinner on the ground teed to yield big ' lerot, .ind later Saturday at this convention, but it waa proposed to loan tnouey lo Suuday night, July 23. dinner will ho 6erved on Suuday. its stockholders at 5 per cent, inLeader: Miss Neliio White. Everybody is invited to come and give thoe crown of life." EvenSubjects Announced. Reading: lea. 12:1-0- . terest. Wo said thou it would be a bring a basket. ValTho pastor at tho Christian ing service "Tho Lost Pearl." Subject: Enthusiasm, Ite failuio and it has. Tho concern ue, How tq Cultivate it. A heavy wiud storm Monday Oliurcli Iin8 annnunced his subJohn King, who resides over in has just gone into tho hands of a Preaching services by Pastor blew down many trees aud laid a jects for Sunday services as fol- Wolfe county, was cut several receiver. Look twice Leforo re- immediately after Christian En great deal of the tallest corn Hat lows: Morning service "Be times by a man named Elkins, ceiving these fice lemons. deavor. iu tho field. faithful unto death and I Will inflicting dangerous wounds, 26-2- Robl. E. Lee Murphy. Itobt. E. Leo M rphy the youus lawyer who is seeking the Democratic nomination for Congress in this the Seventh District is the son of the laft C. W. Murphy wlki was soldier. He was an born in Garrard county ontkefarm but moved to Fayette county when a hoy and finished his education in that county. He has worked his way through two colleges in Kentucky, doing seven years of work in three, and since the death of his father he hus supported his mother and two sisters. He studied law at night while working on tho farm and later he took the law coui.v at State University in Lexington. He was examined and admit ! to practice before Judge J M. Bon-;aton at Winchester several j earaago. By his fearlessness in defending the poor and helpless and for his staud, against the corrupt politicial organ-- 1 ization in Lexington he has built up the largest practice of any lawyer in Lexington nmong the common I Asa Todd went to Winchester last week on business. Don't Hurley Mize has been lai.l up with a boil for the past week. Frank Wright spent Saturday which is and Sunday with his cousin Hur July 9 ley Mize. If savings Just little not important: It's that Clay City National Bank I j high-clas- STANTON COLLEGE, at high-cla- STAMTON, ss - One Kentucky. -- tooth-acho- ." I . a cou-certs- at s Rev. J. C. Haiiley, President, Stanton, Ky. Wine-heater- well-fille- d i "It's Great, Let's Get Heady, Everybody Attend this Year. Go." TheBlueGrassFair Lexington, INCORPORATED - Kentucky. August 7th to 12th, .FREE ATTRACTIONS: John C. Weber's Prize Band of America. ' 1916. Mi?s (Catherine Hoch, Soprano. Mr. John Dodd, Baritone. Messrs. Kenyon and Elwell, Popular Songs and Ragtime. 'The, Ferris Wheel Girls, on a Nickel Plated Apparatus,35 feet high. The Dellameade Troupe, in reproduction of Sculptor Work of n Masters. The Flying Ladder Girls. Two Young Ladies in Graceful Feats on two Single Swinging Ladders. Five Young Ladies.Talented Instrumentalists. Beautiful Coslumes, changed daily. Weil-Know- two brothers, Taulbee and Rex ; Mrs. Celia Hall, LexJesse Smith and Mr. Nix, of Levee, nre visiting Jordan Bar ington ; Mrs. Carry Kissic, Cincinnati, and Miss Betsy. But nett this week. they do not mourn alone the The Revs. W. L. Byrd and Ben deepest sympathy of our people janiin Sewell are in Owsley coun' goes out to them in their hours ty holding revival meetings. of loneliness and sorrow. Miss Zella Sams is attending Acnine Lotion, a liquid healer the Powell county Teachers' Infor pimples, rash, eczema and stitute at Stanton this week. skin affections, is sold ty Miss Shelt McKinuey was in Win- Ollie lloskins. 27-1. chester Monday where he took some cattle and purchased a nice saddle mare. SPOUT SPRING mother; A Hacking Cough weakens the System Don't suffer with a hacking cough that has weakened your system get a nottle of Dr. Kings New Discovery, in use over 10 years, and benefiting all who use it, the soothinO pine balsam with tar heal the irritated air passage soothes the raw spots, loosens the mucous and prevents racking the body with couching. Dr. King's New Discovery induces natural sleep and aids nature to cure you. 2 Mr. and Mrs. Marion McKin-ney- , of Lexington, visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs.. Thos. S. McKinney last week. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Town-senof Oamargo, spent a few days this week, with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Towusend. The twelve-months-ol- d Low Prices and Running and Harness Races Daily, Best Show on Earth at ton, the .Capital of the Horse World. The Meyerhoff Attractions. 22 special cars 300 people. Reduced Rates on all Roads. High Quality have a large stock of general merchandise, shoes, groceries, etc., and ive know that by dealing with us We Lexing- - For entry blanks or information, address Barnett, of LogLick, died Tuesday; buried at theSalem burial ground near here Wednesday. Mrs. Barnett is also tancy in stating that personally We Gladly Make Amends. very low with 'tuberculosis. I am in favor of State and NaThe Times, Claude Carroll and Willie Miltional Prohibition, and also Olay City, Ky. believe that the right of sull'rage ler on their way to Clay City Dear Sir: I have been informed, that in a should be extended to every Tuesday in a fine new Overland touring car got stuck fast in one recent Issue of your valued paper American woman. I trust that in justice to myself of our bad mud holes and had to you stated that you had been inr in next get a team to pull them out. We formed that my views on the you will print liquor question were about the issue of your paper, and further- are all over here interested iu the countv road sched-ulesame as those of Mr. Guntrill, more I wish to state that I will Powell-Estil- l for improvement by Powell who has always been recognized answer any communication from a champion 11s of the liquor in- anyone giving my attitude on county to the Estill county line. terests!" any of the present day issues, so BOWEN. 1 wish to correct that false and that it will not be necessary for John Willoughby, who has misleading article as I am con- the people to ask my political fident that the information was enemies for any information been working at Cincinnati, is whatever. home on a visit. given you ly some ono with the Assuring you that 1 do not intention of placing me in a blame your paper in the least for The little son of Mr. and Mrs. wrniii' nftilnrlfj Iipfnrn llm iifwiriln- the mistake and looking forward Emmet Faulkner has been very " tf Powell' cduAity. ' I have'altfays with pleasure in1 being in your sick, but is much better. forked and voted against allow little city at ah eraly date, lam The little son of Mr. snd.Mrs. Yours for a Better Kentucky, i.ng the liquor interests to control Stark Kaalar is very sick. They llobt. E. Lee Murphy. the Democratic party in this took him to the hospital at LexStaje. Iain in favor of allowWe gladly give space to Mr. ing the people to vote on State Murphy's letter and so long as ington last Saturday. Wide Prohibition ,,and also Wo- the, present editor remains at the A letter from Willard Day, a man's SiiU'niiiie, and I cannot un- head of aff iirs we shall deny no soldier in ' the Philippines, has derstand why any true Demo- one the right to be heard on crat should oppose submitting public questions in which they been received by his parents lilese questions to a vote of the may be concerned, whether we here. He rfuys he is well and quite satisfied. Ilailroads and people. I, farther, have no hesi can agree with them or not. street cars were home like and the air was full of aeroplanes. iiiiiHiiifitiiifiiiiiiifiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiifiiiuiiniiiiiiiiiJiiiiH Mrs. Mary Catron and Mrs. .las. Euen of Stanton, nnd Mrs. Tet Lloskins, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde lloskins, Mrs. Newton lloskins, and Calvin Martin, all from near Mt. Sterling, attended the funeral of Mary Buwen. this-letted 1 -- John W. Bain, Secretary, Lexington, Ky. child of Mr. and Mrs. Benny You Can We Save Money try to keey our slock complete and our aim is io give every customer full value for their money. Give us a trial. Henry Waldron WALTERSVILLE, - - KENTUCKY J. C. Everman's New Grocery Store Following are some of the attractive prices offered to get you started to saving money. Best Sugar, Perfection Flour, - Meat, - - $8.00 per cwt. " 3.50 ' 6c per lb. 1 16c " " Pure Lard, All other Goods at proportionately low prices. Stock New ane Fresh. DON'T FAIL GIVE US A TRIAL. - Weft Bend, Ky. JOLTS that wrack dinary wagon. ruts and bumps these are the the life out of the orRough, hilly roads demand That's why we sell exceptional wagon strength. The Bain Mountain Wagon a wagon built to give longer and better service-e- nd stand up under the twists nnd 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 heavilv traced and ironed. Brakes are powerful and will control The Bain and sure-grippi- 0 . H Sipuntain Wagon on any hill. Come Into our store and see this wagon. Ask us about the warranty that backs It up. Call on your next trip to town. I Hardwick & Co., Stanton. ipilill)lllli!ii!iiiiiMmTiriiiiJfl!iiiiiS The Dark Angel came last Wednesday, the 11th, into the home of uncle Billie and aunt George Ann Bowen, and took away their daughter Mary, (gei orally called L ib.) She and her sisterBe syilid he family washing and late in the evening she said she was tired but would go with her sister to meet their aunt at the train. The.y had gotten n few hundred yards from the house when she made an e.ch i ilHetsy looked around and lation. the blood was running from her m tilth. 0 tiling her father and mother, Betsy stnrtol carrying M try back. She called for water, but emil not dri k, and she uny more. She told never me but. a few weeks ago that she wanted to do all the good she She was a could while living. dutiful daughter, and head' of the household. Her folks say she was more like a mother to them No trump ever than a eister. Everyleft the door hungry. body InveJ ljev and she will be ipissed by us all ; but we are confident tiiut our loss is her great gain and in that thought is our Shu leaves father aud comfort. -I It Always Helps says Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky in writing of her experience with Cardui, the woman's tonic. She says further: "Before I began to use Cardui, my back and head would hurt so bad, I thought the pain would kill me. I was hardly able to do any of my housework. After taking three bottles of Cardui, I began to feel like a new woman. I soon gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework, as well as run a big water mill. 1 wish every suffering woman would give CARDUI The Woman's Tonic ut I still use Cardui when I feel a little bad, a and it always does me good." (rial. Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness, feelings, etc., are sure signs of womantired, worn-oly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's tonic. You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing women for more than fifty years. Get a Bottle Today! Local Brevities L. W. Senrles n STANTON. (Continued from First Page) New Proposed Route. left Saturday on business trip to Now York. T. G. Cole of Mt. Canaan was J. L. Martin, of Vinton, spent here Tuesday on business, report Tuesday with his son, Dr. W. 0. ing much oil boom in Estill. Martin. Miss Lizzie Robbins, daughter Mrs. Spake, a trained nurse, of Mrs. W. T. of Rev. Sherman Robbins, and Lexington, is visiting Charley Derickson, son of Jesse McGuire. Derickson, surprised their friends Toilet articles of the best by marrying, last Saturday. Mrs. (piality are sold by Miss Ollifc 27 2t Deriekson will continue teaching Hoskins. at Bowen. Miss. Olemmie Ilammons, of Teachers' Institute is in sesWinchester, is visiting her aunt, Mrs.' A. 1 Johnson, this week. sion this week with Prof. of Lexington ns InstructAsa Burgher was over on n or. The teachers all say that visit Sunday with his family here. He is working in the Estill oil they like him very much and that iieh'.s. ho ts very practical in his methMrs. J. B. Potter, of Adella, ods and his talks. Clay county, is spending n The oil men around the Furnwith her daughter, Mrs. T. ace and in Estilj, tay that if a G. White. Eu-bafik- s few-day- s Thefollowing article was handed us for publication, which wo gladly submit for consideration : "On account of the steep grade on the old road, and the opposion the tion to the new proposed route between Stanton and Clay City, is is said the Commissioners aro talking of extending the Patrick survey on the south of the railroad down the Hall and Williams line through the Robert Conlee and Garrett land to the Garrett-Hos-ki- ns line and across the river onto the Kennou land and strike Clay City about Seventh avenue. This route is almost straight and level. There would be very few culverts and the railroad fill would protect the road bed. They would not say the cost the county anything and this way would shorten the main line through the couutv from to a mile." right-of-wa- y . right-of-wa- y three-quarters RAILROAD WAGES Shall they be determined Industrial Warfare or Federal Inquiry? To the American Public: Do you believe in arbitration, or industrial warfare? The train employes on all the railroads are voting whether they "will, give their leaders authority to tie up the commerce of the country to enforce their demands for a 100 million dollar wage increase. The railroads are in the public servicey your service. This army of employes is in the public service your service. You pay for rail transportation 3 billion dollars a year, and 44 cents out of every dollar from you goes to the employes. On all the Southern railroads in 1915, seventy-fiv- e percent of the train employes earned these wages (lowest, highest and average of all) as shown by the payrolls Pattanger Freight Yard Raac. Araraia Rant V. good road was made from StanMrs. A. T. Whitt, and son, Ad- ton out to the fields that all the dison, Jr., returned Sunday from machinery and supplies would a several days' visit to the family That be dono from this point. of F. B. Kussell at Louisville. would mean a tremendous lot of John Kirk and Hack Kirk's business for Powell. Better family and Mies Ila See motored look into this at once. to Winchester Sunday afternoon, Walter Thacker decided that having a pleasant little outing. single life was too hard, so he Mrs. G. Hackworth, and little took Miss Lillie Boone to Winniece, Miss Ruth Burgher, visited F chester last Friday, where Rev. J. the former's sister, Mrs. 0. Tomlinson, at Nada, the first of W. Harding hitched them up for the week. life. Walter is the efficient clerk Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shattuck, in Hardwick Company store, and and daughter, Miss Eula, left his wife is the accomplished Wednesday for Bowling Green, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ide after several days visit, to rela- Boone. We congratulate these tives in the city. two young people and wish them Born, Saturday to Mr. and Mrs. much joy. Coy Hutton, twind boy and girl. On Saturday night, July 8th, Both died in nbout four hours. They were taken to Lexington there was born to the wife of where burial took place Sunday. Jefl Martin a fine eleven and a half pound boy. On Wednesday Willie Lunsford, head sawyer Brodhead-GarreCom- of last week an eleven pound boy for the pany at Nada, and Mrs. Lunsford arrived at the hoineof the writer. and their little daughter, were Mr. Martin has the larger baby visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ed White, but the writer has the latest here Sunday. edition. Fred Ware's and Har-rMelroy's each weighed 11 S. J. Wells and his son, W. P. Four babies ' in le$s Wells, and P. J.;Wells, of Win- pounds. chester, are in the Stanton oil than two weeks, and none under field, located on the farm of Mrs. 11 pounds! Who can beat us? Vance, about a mile and a half Charley Rice is suffering with north of Stanton. Heran acute attack of colic. Series of Lectures bert Chambers is quite ill with Beginning Tuesday night, July typhoid fever. Tom Welch is 25th, and continuing till Friday very ill with complicated disnight, there will be given at the eases. Th'e little girl of Andrew Christian church, to the young people of Clay City, on "Charac- Yocum's is improving from typhoid. Henry Morris continues ter Building." quite low but is able to sit up Mrs. Leila Holmes, some days. Back City Tax complaining for There is now due Olay City for who has been stomach trouble, several weeks of taxes and back taxes, as follows: has been forced to take her bed and is quite bad off. Mr. Dock .75; Dehart was quite sick with stom1914 313.82; ach trouble, but is better now. 191- 5- 370.71; Oswuld Morton is bad off with 1910949.03, bone scrofula, and Mrs. Mary Mcintosh is quite ill with u lung Total $2,584 00. tt y Card of Thanks We take this method of extending our sincere thanks to the neighbors who so kindly ministered to the needs of our dear father, W. J. Barnett, in the last days of his life, and for their consoling and comforting words to us during the sad hour of death in our home. The Familt. Why Endure Summer Colds? It isn't necessary to have a stuffed head, running nose. To cough your head off as it were. AH you need to do is to use Dr. Bell's Aram Rant". Utmm. $2306 $1916 1580 g $1566 1245 7 Ararat The soothing and healing balsams1 open the clogged air passages and in a short time you get relief and start on the road to recovery. Your nose stops running, you cough lees and you know you are getting better. Get a bottle, me as directed Keep What is left as a cough and cold insurance. Pine-Tar-Hone- y. Cm, Br.... . ,847 1209 m j 979 958 Br- .-. U09 990 em- The average yearly wage payments to all Southern train ployes (including those who, worked only part of the year) at shown by the 1915 payrolls were Freight Pattangar Yaial En gi aecr.-- . REPORT OF THE CONDITION .. . . . . $2144 1723 1096 1013 Conductors NATIONAL. OF THE CLAY CITY BANK. resWrces. Firemen Brakemen ...... $1712 1488 865 845 $1313 1157 68 868 at Olay City, in the State of Kentucky, at the close ot business June 30, 1010. more drastic methods must be brought into use; as those in charge of affairs will not longer tolerate a dragging of municipal affairs. Loans and discounts ........ 585,418 02 820.71 Overdrafts, unsecured U. S. bonds deposited to secure circulation ( par value) 25,000.00 Securities othor than U. S. bonds (not including stocks) owned unpledged .. 17,708.25 Subscription to stock of Federal Reserve 2,000 bank, Less amount unpaid, 1,000 ... 1,000.00 1,000X0 Value of bunking lu use, Net nniountduo from fed3.500.C0 eral Hesoive Bank Net amount due from approved reserve 1912-1G- 7.09; agents in New York, 1913-140Chicago andSt.Louis $503.41 Net amount due from approved reserve agents in other reserve cities 15,501.38, 10,154.70 Net amount due from banks and bankers 051.00 Fractional currency, Owing to the fact that the city trouble. 47.02 nickels and cents Everybody in Stanton and is burdened with obligations, Notes of .. 390.00 particularly in regard to the is getting quite Coin and other national banks 5,410.20 certificates school house, which is in need of excited aud enthusiastic over the ueaemption xunu witlx U.S. Booster Chautauqua to be held Treasurer and due from immediato repairs, the 1,250 00 authorities insist that these tax- here Aug. 7th, 8th and 9th. It U. S. Treasurer,... ...... Of course, is to'be the biggest event Powell es be promptly met. ' Total 167,857.40 if this is not amicably done, county hus ever had and will burden on. the cost of transportation to you without a clear mandate from a public tribunal speaking for you. The railroads have proposed the settlement of this controversy either under the existing national arbitration law, or by reference to the Interstate Commerce Commission. This offer has been refused by the employes' representatives. A 100 million dollar wage increase for men in freight and yard service (less than one-fift- h of all employes) is equal to a 5 per cent advance in all freight rates. The managers of the railroads, as trustees for the public, have no right to place this Shall a nation-wid- e ernment determine this issue? National Conference Committee of the Railway ELISHA LEE, Chairman. investigation under the cii j..r, Csa.1 Ua. Railroad. Railroad. Railway. strike or an Gov3 city r. r. ALBRicirr, AllastW L. W. BALDWIN, Notice; Stockmen. Owing to the continued illness of my wife, I will be .unable to fill appointment or make new engagements in my veterinary work, but will give due attention to all stock brought to ray place. 2Albert Easter. -t Look Good Feel Good No one can either feel good nor look good while suffering from constipation. Get rid of that tired, draggr, lifeless feeling bv a treat-moof Dr. King's New Life Pills. Buy a box take one or two pills In the morning at to-dat. aud yoa feel better at once. 25c. at your druggist. that stuffed, dull feeling is gone mean much to our county. Prof. Eubank8 in addressing the teachers, Tuesday, said there was not anything so beneficial to a county as a chautauqua like wo are to have. He said the mysterious performances of the Mllburus alone was well worth the price The tricks they of admission. do are marvelous and they delight the people wherever they go. A red and blue contest has been started, with Fred Ware as Captain of the Reds and the writer as Captain of the Blues. The side that loses has to saw some wood on the chautauqua platform on the last night. So if you want to be on the winning side buy.your tickets from the Boosters who wear Blue Buttons. Schools all over the country will be dismissed on those three days so that all the youug people, all the old people, all the children and babies, can be here. Come, prepared to stay the three days. LIABILITIES. Capital stojk paid in .25,000.00 Surplus fund 8,000.00 t Undivided profits 2,610.03 Circulating notes outstanding $24,700.00 T)ividend8 unpaid s...., 1,000,00 Demand Deposits: Individual depos00.335.71 its subject to check Cashiers checks outstanding .. 180 85 Totul 157,857.40 Cn'l Jfonaf , Ccalral erCaargla Railway. C L. BAKDO, Ca'l Mtutagtr, N.w York, Naw Ua.aa & Hertford E. n. COAFMAN, Saatkra 8. E. COTTER, Caa'i W.b..k lUUo.j. r. E. CROWLEY, Am Huanr, C C Naw York Caalral Railroad. H. EMERSON, Ca'JMaMfar. Crcal Nonk.ni Hallwaj. H. EW1NC. B. W. CHICK, Pkll.d.lybU A R.adiag Railway. fa JYa.fd.al, Ckaaoaaka A flkla Railway. Ca'l Mmfr, A. 8. CREIG, Am. la KacalWra, SU Loal. Baa InuuiM Railroad. C W. KOUNS. Caa'f Jfaaf.r. AUkUoo, Topk. ft Fa Ralivaa, B. W. M.MA9TER, Cm'I Vaunr, WaMllaf aad Laka Erla Railroad. M J). MA HER, VkPntUUmt, Norfolk aad Waalant Hallo.. JAMES RUSSELL. Gtn'i Mommgt, Klo Craada Railroad. Daara A. M. SCHOYER, HmMmI Kba-Frfaaa.7l.aala Li MM Wc.1. W I. SEUDON, Saakaard Air Lisa Hallway, STONE, rie-fmA. "2 A, Erla Railroad. C. 8. WAID, Clwhw. Caal IuhI Caatral LUaa. l Maaam County ok Powell, bs : I, A. T. "Whitt, Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best ot my knowledge and belief. A.T. Whitt, Cashier. Subscribed und suorn.to before me this 11th day of July, 1010. Harry L. Russell, Notary Publto, Powell County, Ky. My Commission expires Jan. 11, 1020 Correct Attest : Frank li. Kussell, ) . Directory Geo Hon, Jamei 15. Hall, . ) State of Kentucky, "WE USE' DANIEL BOONE AXLE GREASE .0 - And don't have to great y. but ence a week. . Cad li Kentucky by CHAS. C. STOLi WI CO. Uxhct?9, ft '