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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): August 10, 1916 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1916 cla1916081001_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.): August 10, 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. Tel if E. Burgher, Publisher. CLAY ClTY TIMES We K 4 are Here to Help Clay City, the Surrounding Country and Ourselves. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. VOL. XXI. . OLA'Y CITY, Kr., THURSDAY. AUGUST .10. J9l(j no. 32 Stereopticon Echo. Promptly Call the. Dogs. STANTON. Town Board Meets. The Opening of StantonColIege. (By P. 0. Dcrthick.) O. F. Evans, of Lexington, fiel We see where the persons in The City Board of Trustees Stanton College will open for charge of the defunct Kentucky the coming year's work on tho secretary for several states of tho met in regular session at tho John Chaney left Sunday for school house Friday Rural Credits Association, at first Monday of September. Al Christian Endeavor, will give a night. Tho Lexington, will dispose of the pupils are requested to be on illustrated stereopticon echo of Jackson to hie work. bills for overhauling and improvAlvin Morton, of Levee, is here ing the school property were al mortgages in the hands of the hand that morning for enrol the Christian Endeavor Con veil concern which amount to $117,000, meut and to get the list of book tiou held recently at Atlanta, Ga. attending the Chautauqua lowed, amounting to $175. A concrete walk was ordered conThe Receiver will also sue the needed. Bring promotion certifi at the Christian church, Wcdncs Mr. Hert, of Howard's Creek stockholders for defered pay cates or grade cards for previous day night, August 10th. Bro, in Breathitt county, is here tak structed, running from the buildEvans has a nation-widreputa ing in the Chautauqua ing to the street. The collection ments of stock. This means thtft year. a'U stockholders who refused to lhere will be no recitations tiou an a speaker, and it will pay Mr. Alice Norton had the mis- of all taxes due the city was dispay up when they did not g cussed, and a committee of t v during the lirst week, but that anyone to hear him. Come ou to have his fine cow kill was loan9, w.ill now have to pay up time will be allowed all student and learn more of the great work fortune appointed by the Chairman ed by the train Sunday. or be sued. of the Christian Endeavor. to confer with the Marshal and to procure what new books they We hone this will servo as a need, so Mr. and Mrs. Will French, of look after this business. It is the that all may bo ready Notice. to Readers lesson to the many farmers who for earnest work by Levee, are here visiting relatives intention of the Board of Trus-tee- s the begin uwing to our limited spnee and attending the Chautauqua. bit at this easy looking game uing of the next week. to use all moneys to the best quite a number of very valuable Of course, the ones that got the advantage, and it is hoped that As has been announced hereto D. R .Clark returned Tuesday lone time loaus are not hit so tore, all pupils will be received items are crowded out this week from several days visit to his all owing taxes will pay up at We trust our readers will beur hard, as those loans at but in Stanton College schools on the daughter, Mrs. Irvie Coulee at. once and avoid trouble. But it was only intended to let same conditions as has been the with us until we can make ar Richmond. how to make our soil more out loans iust where it was case formerly. We shall bo glad rangements to print all that's fit through right treatment Miss Lillian Hndden, of Lex thought that loans would in to meet all who may wish to to print that conies to us. These ington, is here visiting Miss Mar- and cultivation. They will been the same duce the sale of more stock. ivail themselves of the opportun conditions have Powell county with a farm garet Lyle and attending the Moral: Wheii a stranger calls lty that is oiFered by the Board for the past four weeks. Chautauqua. demonstrator if the county will at your gate offering such fair (?) having this school in charge. Local Brevities propositions, call the dog. Robt. Conlee and wife, Robt. make provisions for part sain ry Owing to the present arrange Ewen and wife, Robt. Blackburn and we trust that she will. It meht of tho train schedule, Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Cason have Returns to Missouri Home. and wife attended the meeting will menu a tremendous forward doubtless many will wish to se located at Dayton, O. step for the county to have a man Mr. Thos. Bolin, who has been at Clay City Sunday. Geo. W. Andprson, Jr., of Mt who will go over the farms of tho visiting his old home and home cure room and board at'the dor mitory. Those wishing to have Sterling, was in the city this Clifton Chaney was in Win- - county and show the farmers how jieople here for some time, left Chester Friday on business aud to grow more aud such accommodations will kindly week. better crops. the other .day for his home in make their M. P. McClure left Monday for was accompanied by Jeff Martin Prof. Mutchler told ot how applications early, as one Bates'county, Mo. We see in the Rosslyn, where lie will spend the who went to see the doctor. our room, is very limited. old farmer said no one could learn Courier-Journa- l that he had quite A Bible and Missionary Con week. Ralph and Esther Derickson, him auything about farming. He an experience with a pickpocket Mr. F. G. Coulee will go to fereuce will be held during the of Cincinnati, nre visiting the kuew all there was to be known. on the train last Friday, just as Lexington today for an oper Dericksons of Stanton and vicin- - But his boy put in an acre of corn thev cot into Louisville. The first week of September. Every ation. , alongside of his corn anil fellow cot: the ntirse. all rid) t body is invited to attend, the desr which has ty, "jl. attending, the, OJnui-- J tedded it underfather's tho supervision of this conference. Hilt. Mr Knllll frmhhAfl signs onnllirh propitious one, has tauqua. been a most of the farm demonstrator. The John Hanley, President. about gone. him and he dropped it on the Mr. and Mrs. Lee Jackson and father raised 25 bushels to an while the boy raised 102. lloor of I he car and got away. Kelly McGuire, of Jackson, is baby, of Louisville, arrived Mon Methodists, Listen! spending a few days with his day for a visit to home folks and The champion boy corn raiser On Saturday night and Sunday Horse Dies from Heat rajsed 232 bushels of corn to an brother, W. 1. McGuire. friends, and to attend the Chau acre under government supervisP. Gordon Sons & Co., of morning, Aug. 12 and IB, Rev. E, 0. Miss Ethel Johnson visited her tauqua. ion. If we are to supply our G. B. Mann, presiding elder of Bessemer, Pa., drilling contracsister, Mrs. C. 1. Toinlinson, at markets in America with food in this district, will preach at the Nada, Saturday and Sunday. Misses Mary Martin, Rhett the coming generations we have tors, who are operating in the Methodist l!iWen, Messrs. ueo. DericUson to farm by better methods than Furnace field, had with them a Hardwick'8 Creek church and Sunday night at the Mrs. Elder Crow visited her and Will Ewen attended a box span of valuable Percheron horssister, Mrs. Bob Henry near Win supper at the Levee last Satur- President Henry Barker, of Un es for dray purposes. One of Clay City church. Every one is Chester four days this week. invited to attend these services, iversity of Kentucky, gave what day night. them was overcome with heat Jim Stewart of Lee county, was said by many to be the great but. the Methodists are especially Sunday and died. Tho animal spent several days with Curt Misses Elizabeth and Gertrude est address ever given iu Stanton, was eight years old and weighed urged to come as this is the last Bowman in the county last week. Morton and Mary Vanoo of Lex Tuesday morning at the Chautau 1700 lbs. The horse was valued quarterly meeting for the present Misses Lillie and Ruth Burgher ugton, are visiting Mrs. Marga qua. Ihe writer has heard many conference year. line orators and speakers in dif at $300.00. are in Clark county visiting their ret Vance and takiug in the ferent states, but he never heard grandmother, Mrs. W. T. Bunch. Chautauqua. Kirk Gets Nominated. a greater address and a more Quits Railroad Business. We are pleased to report that Judge Andrew Kirk gained tho Mrs. J. W. Thomas, of Jackson timely one. The pity is that ev I. N. Puckett, of this county, Republican nomination for Ap iUu. U. H, Matherly, whose ill ville, Florida arrived Monday ery man, woman and child in ness was noted last week, is some Powell county could not have who for several years has been in pellate Judge in Saturday's pri for a visit with her parents, Major heard it. It was a marvelous and the employ of the L. & E, Rail- mary, ihis nomination was gen better. Blackburn aud wife, and to at masterful address aud held the road as station agent at various erally predicted, Miss Ruth Tutt spent several and it is claim day 8 with her sister, Mrs. Leo tend the Chautauqua. audience spell bound for two points on the line, and who for ed will give the hours and they clamored for Democratic nom- - Abell in Lexington the week Glenmore Daniels arrived from more. Boverul years has been located at Every teacher in the ineg a showing, as Judge Kirk is passed. owa Saturday night and is visit- - county was expected to be at Winchester, will leave the rail very unpopular with many of tho James Finney and John. W. ng his tather, ilenry uauieis. that meeting, but only a few road and take a position as head common people. Swope, of Side View, visited rel lis wife has been hero sometime, were there. Scores of people bookkeeper for the Winchester atives on Uardwick's Creek over .'hey will soon move to the farm said it was worth the price of the Lennie Crow Goes to Winchester. Saturday. Roller Mills. whole Chautauqua and it was. on Oatt creek. The writer wishes to give out the Leuuie Crow, for some time Mesdames Sam Oarr, Geo.Grav New Police Judge. past L. & N. agent at Sruntnn, ett, and Charlie Clark, aro visit-the- ir Among those who have visited cream ot his address though lie can not do justice iu his own James J. Curry has been ap- has been promoted to the Winsister, Mrs. O. B. Nelson at J. S. Ewen and family the past anguago. it Ids aculress was on pointed Police, Judge of Clay chester office and wilt shortly Cincinnati. week are Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Education. He told Kentucky's City to succeed M. PO'Mara, move there to take charge. We Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Bradley, Lyle, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Oldham, coining into the Union and of tho resigned. Judge Curry is a man regret the loss of Le nine's citi- of Williamsburg, aro visttitiir of Winchester, and Mrs. James splendid Anglo-Saxoblood ot that will make good in this place. zenship but are glad to learn that friends and relatives in the city Ilolman and BeBsie Curry of her people, of the great men aud women she had produced, of the na county. Gov. Stanley hit a universally he is making good. Bowen. great Kentuckians she had given popular chord when he made this Ben Mastin continues at a low We all regret to know that to otiier 6tates aud to tho world, Marriage. stage, but still ho is holding his appointment. Lennie Crowe has been transfer- as Lincoln, Champ Clark, UnderMr. Marcus Potts, youugest son own and hopes are hold out for red to Winchester this week aud wood, and ecores of others. To Low Yield in Wheat, of B. D. Potts, and Miss Nettie nm to yet get up. day Kentucky is not producing yheat is very disappointing in Thomas, daughter of Robt.Thom-as- , Dog days are on us and they Mr. Marshall will take his place. on our own soil the intellectual has made us one of the giants that we once did, but we were married at tho homo of aro bringing plenty of rain. A Lennie most favorable forecast 10 days very best agents we have ever aro producing tho fiuest whukey ers are paying $1.80 per bushel the bride's parents, August 8th iad here and we are glad of his the world over saw. This fine for the cereal. Flour has ad- in the presence of quite a number seasonable weather. Kentucky whiskey makes the finvanced 30 cents per hundred and of relatives and friends. Elder Mrs. A. P. Johnson and daugh. promotion, though it means a est criminals, tho best murderers ter, Miss Lula, are visiting tho isticct loss to our town. indications aro that it will go A. Easter officiated. the most poverty stricken homes, former's sister, Mrs. John Shear tho rnggedest children, tho heart much higher. Prof. Fred Mutchler and Mr. aches er, ana other relatives at Craw- aud sorrows and degradaBaby Dies. fordsville and Greencastle, Ind. Collins of the State Experiment tion. Kentucky is noted for her It's a Gkl. The infant child of John Snow-deStation at 'Lexington woce the flue raco horses, tho finest the Dr. Martin reports the annex Jr., died at the home of its In our last week's issue we poakers at our Chautauqua Mon world has over seeu. She is not of af'little miss-tthe home of grandmother, Mrs. Belle Watson stated that an oil rig was located day morning, it was splendid ed for her fiuo tobacco, no other Mr. and Mrs. D. Adams, Monday, Th"ur8Uy, Burial at Powell's on the farm of Edward Rose. say Edwin Rosot ddresses that they gave, telling State or country produciug bet- " We meant to Au'guet'ftli-IIoyt- f Valley;Friday. (ContiuueU ou Last Page) whose farm it really islocated on. of better methods of farming aud e 5. pro-ductiv- o pro-vid- e re n u, reduced in price, taking effect Clifton Mnrtin, of Knowlton, Aug. 1st. The touring car, sold was tho guest of V. O. Martin last yoar by tho local agent, A. 01 It is a Biibstan Publisher. T. Whitt, at $410, is now sold by last Sunday. J. E. Burgher, A tial citizen and farmer of that him at $360; the runabout, which vicinity. sold at $300, is down to $315. mail Entered as second-clas- s Died Aug. 3, Clayton Centers, at tho Post Office at Clay City, This reduction in price will Ky., under tho Act of Congress of enublo many to now buy a car aged two years, son of Joe Centhat before felt that the price ters, of Middletown, Ohio. Mrs. March 3, 1879. A per- Centers was at her father's here was too steop for them. son cannot buy a good horse and on u visit when the child died. A HOME-MAPAPER. buggy for tho price of an autoRandall Hanks, of tho South mobile, and the cara and upkeep Fork, was the guest of V. C. Mar THURSDAY, AUGUST 10, 1010. of the horse rig will exceed that tin last Thursday. Mr. Hanks is of the automobile. Another re- the largest land owner in the The Kentucky Illiteracy Com- duction in the price of the auto, county and tells us if that $40,- mission has furnished Tho Times and Mr. Buggy is virtually gone. 000 bond issue is not wiped off with notice that the moonlight It has been demonstrated that ho is ready schools of Kentucky, including a machine can use a road that is the books at Stanton to pull stakes, "climb into an Powell county, of course, will but little better than that used good-byto the August 14th, and that tho by buggies. The noble horse is aeroplane, bid Five Passenger equipped with 'hill Billies' and scale down a session will run for twenty-fou- r not done away with his burden is rope somewhere northeast of and electric lighting system. nights. There is nothing more just lightened. Lincoln, Neb." Aw, now Ran- I commendable than these moon35 H. P. Engine, weight 1750 pounds. , There seems to bo no end of dall, don't go! Thousands light schools. of $550.00 F. O. B. Factory, We are informed that in a short adults havo been taught to read conflicting leases iu the oil tcrri and write account these schools tory in this aud adjoining coun- time prospective candidates for Seven Passenger Baby Grand and thousands more will receive ties. Oil men will take second county offices will be beating the these blessings, and too before leases, we are informed, on val- bushes for votes. O, well, now Touring Car, 2400 pounds F. 0. B. Factory, $750.00 nights have uable territory, then fight the let 'em. beat. The voters are not these twenty-fou- r matter through the courts for going to be in a hurry this time, passed. Kentucky, being first to inau- possession. This brings no end for it ia said that "everything gurate the moonlight school, has of litigation and as a result the comes to him that waits." The something to be proud of and fur- lawyers are living fat. Some 6ay writer has waited a long time part of ther than this, the inspiration it is difficult to find a lawyer over and the fractional put in "everything" has not appearthe Estill capital that is not ance. So trot 'em out, and let's emanated from a mountain Ken- at KY. tucky girl gives this section of loaded down with oil practice. see what kind of a lookiii!: set of This is ono way of the people jbekeys it is. the State something to feel glad getting the title to their lands for. No thought conceived in Up in Chicago they have been other States surpasses the idea of straightened out and at no exteach all adult illiterates to read pense to themselves. Aud at the having as high as 1G0 heat aud write. The Times is delight- same time reap a nice little for prostrations a day. There is oiie ed to push the bull along. And tune in royalties from the oil advantage in living iu a cool country town like Clay City. that little red seal used on the producing wells now rapidly If you're anxious to add to your savings back of letters used by the Comsuuk on the land. A dishonest voter dislikes to mission is so appealing. It reads vote for Sheriff Derickson has advertis deal worsean honest man a great "We want a pen in every hand, Just live on a little bit less.' than an honest man ed to begin collecting taxes on abhors a dishonest candidate. a newspaper in every home." Hardwick'8 Creek August 14. Who is not willing to aid in Your EARNINGS are not so important: WHEN YOU HAVE A, COLD Of course ho will ask for the bond getting this end accomplished? Give it attention, avoid exposure issue tax too. These Hardwick's, Tfi, Times is and we feel sure. 6reek people are a bunch that be regular and yqnrliet, It's SAVINGS that make for success. la every teachpr iu Powell must be shown. They are pretty also commence taking "Dr. King's. comity is willing to do all they apt to say : "Show us the road New Discovery. It contains Pine can to help accomplish the aim and wo will show you the tax." tai, Antiseptic Oils and BaWmc of the Illiteracy Commission, Dr. King's They are Missourians in this re- - Is slightly laxat!ve. which is "No illiteracy in Kenspect. It would be a pleasure to New Discovery eases your cough, tucky in 1920; Aim for 1910 all to pay road tax if we could soothes your tliront aud bronchial 23,000 taught to read and write." sec half as much effort on the tubes checks your cold, sturti to The Standard Oil Company has part of the powers that be to get clear your head. In a short time bee.n offering as an excuse for the roads promised as there is you know your cold is bettor. Its PAYS 3 PER 0ENT INTEREST high gasoline and coal oil that manifest to keep the people from the standard family cough syrup in ON SAVINGS the crude oil was getting amaz getting these roads even at their use 40 years. Get a bottle at once. Keep it in the house as a cold iningly short. deceptive ,owu expense This surance. Sold at druggists. scheme to fleece the people is exInvestigation by Congress of posed in all of the oil fields everypaper production and supply to where when the company so ma- determine whether increased nipulates the sale of the crude prices have been brought, about oil as to take only about As Trustee of the estate by combination or conspiracy is of the output, as in the Estill and proposed in a resolution intro- and for the creditors of Powell county field today. Not duced by Kepresentative Mann, one barrel of every three that vOf the Farmers' Union SupIllinois. can be pumped is marketed. The It was referred to the Rules ply Co., I will on Friday, excuse is that the pipe line is inCommittee, of which our STANTON, KY. the sufficient. Just why a larger J. Campbell Cantrill, 18th day of August, 1016, pipe lino is not laid they do not is chairman. Here's hoping that say, but the people know. Students Admitted at Any Time Mr. Cantrill will find a way to at the late place of busiTho Standard is overstocked slide downward prices on paper ness of the assignor, in with oil and the pretext of scarc as easily as tney nave sua up Clay City, Ky., offer for One of the Best Schools in Kentucky. ity is only given out to appease word. the wrath that would emanate sale to the highest and Courses in Agriculture and Domestic Science. from tho public for the robbing Now is tho time to start a good bidder, the general prices for coal oil and gasoline roads movement umong the peo- best Review Classes in the Common Branches will be Concluded throughout should no excuse be offered. We ple just to show the authorities stock of Merchandise, the Term. can grumble and that is all we that thoy were in earnest about consisting of Dry Goods, By paying part of their Expenses in Work, Students may ge can do. wanting them lust April when Groceries, Notions, Shoes, Rates at the Dormitory as low as $1 5q per Week. they thought they were voting .They've got our Jim Hall to bonds to build roads where they and all such articles as are manage tho Republican campaign were promised instead of at tho usually kept in a general For Information Write to in Fuyette cou.nty this year. The pleasure of one man. This one I will first offer worst thing we cun see about that man power and dictation has al- store. is Jim knows ton well ways had an ending in free same as a whole, and in how to do the job to suit the America and we believe the day case the offer is not sufStanton, Ky. Democrats. We like to see of liberation is now on in Powficient, will then sell the come to Powell boys, but ell. Freo men, on to the rescue. in a case like this, for the sake stock at auction. This Murphy congressional race of Woodrow, wo would rather PLEASE RETURN. gold case, and to it was attached a Terms made known on see them subordinated to their is not a joke unless tho DemoThe person who relieved the late Musonlo charm belonging to anothvoting capucity only. The Dem- crats wijl accept the play. There day of sale. S. D. Hose of his revolver and er person. Mrs. M. Hose. ocrats about Clay City probably arc men iu thodistiict who could wutch during his last illness, will This Aug. 7, iqi6. can get In some sly work to off. havo run against Cantrill and kindly return the shine to the unH. G. CRABTREE, dersigned,. The levolver was pearl arcThe iisual numberof Powell folks uttending, the Dig BliifgruM set what Jim is doing in Fayette polled a vote in every precinct in 7 Trustee. hundled and the watch wus in a 'Fujr county, but used to do in Powell. tho district. THE TIMES. Tho Ford nutom.obilo has been GENET CHEVROLET 1 Real Automobile. DE bo-gi- n e Self-Start- er E. H. FULLER, STANTON. Agent For Powell County, I be-iu- g carlrf : Clay City National Bank Trustee's Sale. one-thir- d STANTON COLLEGE, dog-gon- o Rev. J. C. Hartley, President, pro-motio- n .... i 'JU,'.' . , ' Or "I Have Found A Wonderful Remedy For Catarrh," Says Mrs. Smith, of Milton, Ky. "Yes, I have found a wonder ful remedy for, catarrh. It is Tanlac" said Mrs. Elon Smith, who lives at Milton, Ky. Just think I am able to do my work and don't have any pains at all. I am sure that anybody who tries it will find it good." Tanlac is a tonic which aids digestion, promotes healthy, refreshing sleep and strengthens the nerves. There is scarcely a single portion of the body that is not benefited by Hie helpful action of Tanlac, which begins its work by stimulating the digestive and assimilative organs, thereby enriching the blood and invigorating the whole system. Next it enables a weak, worn out stomach to thoroughly digest BOWEN. Geo. Faulkner has gouo to to work. Mid-dleto- Hardwick & Semi-Annual its food, permitting the assimila- City some days ago. tion of the nourishing products The little son of Mr. and Mrs. to be converted into blood, bono Starke Kalnr is much improved and muscle. It overcomes, it is said, that after a Ions; illness. great exciting cause of disease, Miss Grace White left Saturday weakness. It renders the body for Irviue on a visit to her grandvigorous and elastic It throws parents, Judge and Mrs. Banford oir the symptoms of nervousness White. and indigestion. It builds up Mrs. Margaret Faulkner, at the constitution run down by Asheville, N. C, is getting along disease. very well. We expect her home Tanlac is being specially intro- sometime this fall. duced in Clay City at the store Misses Mattie Baker and Netof Eaton & McGuire. tie Christie, daughter of Jailer Tanlac may be obtained in Christie, of Mt. Sterling, have Stanton 'at Hardwick & Co.; been visiting many frieuds here. Bowe::, Day and King; College H. B. Faulkner, our county Hill, Ginter Bros.; Torrent, J. Surveyor, has been surveying out Taylor Day; Irvine, Irviue Drug Co., Genet, Genet Cash Store; on the White lands, about the head of South Fork, where they Waltersville, Henry Waldron. are prospecting for a new oil field. He was running some lines on Hatton Creek Friday. Lee Palmer, son of the lateOs-toPalmer, of Lee couuty, died Mrs. Martha Spurlock has been quite sick, but is getting better. Brn. Hatton took in some sermons at t ho tent meeting at Olay t Co. t ? t t T T n ? T ? Clearance Sale is now going on. We are 'giving greatly reduced prices on Summer Goods. If you want to save money on your purchases take advantage of this cut price Sale. Remember that it is our aim to handle as nearly as possible every thing the people want, so among the different lines we have many articles of Merchandise on which we are cutting the price during this Sale. When you attend the Chautauqua at Stanton. Aug. 7, 8, and 9, make our Store your headquarters. You who do not buy and do buy will be welcome just the same. Semi-Annual f Clearance Sale. T t t Our Aug. 4th iu a hospital at Louisville. The remuins were brought back Friday night for interment at his home graveyard at Indian Creek. He was 78 years of age, and was a good citizen of that section of country. Mr. and Mrs. Holman enter tained Sunday night in honor of Misses Baker and Christie. Those present were Misses Baker, Christie, Betsy Bowen, Lelia Faulk uer, Bessie Adams, Grace White, Sallie Creecy, and Dr. John Knox, Elbert and Russell Faulk- er, Joe McKinney, Moses McKinCantrlll nominated again just ney and Shelt McKinney, of this as we expected. As long as the place, are heirs to the estate. prohibition people offer up a prayer and church members stay SLADE. away from the polls, we cau't expect anything only the whiskey Alvin McDaniel left Sunday people to rule. We have to work for Ohio. to accomplish anything. It B. Ewen and wife of Wirt, We, too, Mr. Editor, see the Okla., are visiting relatives here. consolidated school question as Grant Hanks and wife, of you do. Miss Yuncy may have Bowen, were visitors here Sun- made a success iu Mason county day. as there is quite a lot of wealth George, Ernest and Austin there, railroad crossings are few, Faulkner were in StantouMonday and (heir roads are good. We have a consolidated model school on business. here which we wish well, and to Miss Cintha Crowe, of Bowen, be a success, but we will keep visited Misses Maude and Annie the people posted as to attendBowen Sunday. ance in the winter months. These Miss Jauie Folks, of Stanton, two schools are the most convenvisited friends here and relatives ient schools to be united, the at Gleneariu last week. furthest children from school are about two miles, but there are George and Carlin Ewen, of Middletown, 0., visited their creeks between homes, railroads mother here Sunday. J. C. Ewen to cross, and mud holes to swim, in winter time. If we had good is still ill with rheumatism. roads and some way of conveyMrs. W. B. Congleton is visit- ance, we might look upon this ing her daughter, Mrs. Dr. question in a different way. But Broaddus, of Irvine, and her son, judging according to attendance condiGeorge, on Miller's Creek this in the past and present tion of roads iu Powell county, week. the consolidation will prove a It took three engines to pull failure. the people from Cincinnati to Your Bowels Should Move Once A Day the Bridge Sunday. It was not A free ease movement of the stated how many car loads of bowels every day is a sign of good whiskey they carried, but it is health. Dr. King's New Life Pills peddled in suit cases. will give you a gentle laxative effect without griping and free your Many friends here join together iu wishing Kev. D. H. Math-erl- system of blood poisons, purify your of Richmond, a speedy re- blood, overcome constipation and covery, and all join iu sympathy have an excellent tonic effect on for his family. We regret very the entire system. Makes you feel much to hear of his illness. like living. Only 2oc. at druggists. y, X ner, English Baker and Banford White, jr. SPOUT SPRING Low Prices and High Quality have a large stock of general merchandise, shoes, groceries, etc., and we know that by dealing ivith us You Can Save Money We try to kcey our stock complete and our aim is io give every customer full value for their money. Give us a trial. We t t Hardwick f Stanton, t A Doctor's Remeby For Caughs. Ad a cure for coughs and colds Pine-Tar-Hone- & Co., Ky. t f t T T t f t f t t t ? t Andy Crow sold a nice bunch of 13 sheep to 'Squire McKinney for $80.00. Mr. and Mrs. Lisle Fox, of Win- chester, visited relatives here Thursday night. Mrs. James Harrison visited her mother, Mrs. A. O. Barnes at Iron Mound two day6 last week. I. N. Osborne, of Clark coun- ty, was here last week and received a lot of lambs at 7i cents. Eld. Paul Derthick, of Stan-towill preach at the school house the fourth Saturday night n, Henry Waldron WALTERSVILLE, - - KENTUCKY and Sunday morning following. Our school has been dismissed this week on account of the Teachers' Institute in session at Irvine, which our teacher is at. : jjj Saved Girl's Life I have re- Card of Thanks. We (nke tli is method of exs Dr. Hell's tending our thanks to the good these remedies in just the people of Virden and community right proportion to do the most for their kindness shown our ffooft for summer, coughs or colds, family during the illness" and A trial will prove the value of this death of our dear boy Hubert. 0. O. demons and family. Dr. c'plertdid cough medicine. Honey soothes the Bell's Pine-TuBass Drum for Sale. irritation, Mops your cough, kills Having retired from the Clay City the cold germs and dees you a band, I offer for sale a bass drum, world of gqod. A 25o. bottle will used but little and in perfect conmore than convince you it will dition.' Price reusonablo, S. V. Larison. stop your cough. A', druggists. y com-biner. -- Will harness. pacitviMu prime condition. bnll at u bargain. to " iu, Davis, Vaughn's Mill, Ky. SIIINULC MILL FOR SALG. Lane's Patent; 20,000 duilv FOR SALE. P,ony, rubber-tire- d buggy, and For particulars, apply B. P. White, Jr., Olay City, Ky. tending. ff Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky. Asa Barnett and Bill Edge W "It certainly has no equal for la grippe, bad colds, drove to Mt. Sterling Monday liver and stomach troubles, I firmly believe where the former bought a handsaved my little girl's life. When she had the measles, some now buggy. Asa has de- W they went in on her, but one good dose of Thedford's ferred getting the automobile made them break out, and she has had no until we got our pikes. more trouble. I shall never be without has anMarion McKinney for Jailor of Clark cominounced ty, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Marion is a native of this part of Estill who has inanv friends hero who wish In my home." For constipation, Indigestion, headache, dizzl- - jjj for him success in his aspirations. ness, malaria, chills and fev.er, biliousness, and all similar T. S. McKinney of this place, js ailments, Thedford's a brother. has proved itself a safe, ip Parkers-burg- , reliable, gentle and valuable remedy. Attorney Getty, of McIf you suffer from any of these complaints, try Black- W. Va., and Morgan Kinney were here last week getDraught. It Is a medicine of known merit Seventy-fiv- e jjl ting leases signed up on a tract W years of splendid success proves its value. Good for of land owned by the Joe McKin-no- y young and old. For sale everywhere. Price 25 cents. heirs three miles from the Cottage Furnace property, H. F. Christopher, It 8. Ohristoph- - "I want to tell you what wonderful benefit W ceived from the use of Thedford's Black-Draugh- t," - t Jj J writes J J jj J 5 Black-Draug- ht Black-Draug- ht J J J J J j Black-draugH- T S Black-Draug- ht j 5 5 S i 4 great Carnegie Institute at Pitts burg, was trained carefully by a mother when the child was ter. These three famous prodmother's ucts Kentucky is noted for and babbling baby on her kneo. The beautv of the dia thoy are three products that probeing formed for thou duce sensuality in our people. mond was sands of years in old mother atKentucky needs to turn her You can take your child tention to education for its prog- earth. you want it ress. When you cease to grow and make of it what bo. God gave it to you and you commence to decay. He gave to the illustration of the parable of expects you to watch over it, the talents, that God has given guard it, educate it and train it boy or each of us a talent and he ex- un for him and if that sirl crows un anything but a pects an account of that talent at the Day of Judgment. Hold splendid man or a splendid wo your arm in a certain position for man, you, father and mother, are STANTON. (Continued from First Page) -- BMBeWseWMeiMBHBMMBaWeWeWPi Such tobacco enjoyment command quick as as you never thought could be is yours to you buy some Prince a Albert and fire-u- p pipe or a home-mad- e cigarette! Prince Albert gives you every tobacco satisfaction your smoke-appetiever hankered te Elizabeth Winifred Stoner, that marvelous girl who could read all the languages at eight years ot age, and who today at fourteen years of age is teaching in the six months and it becomes useless, muscles become ossified. God expects you to grow and develop. If we would stay young wo must keep the heart, beating with sympathy and love and mingle with life. Go, wipe the tears away, cheer the life of those around you, help brighten the homes with sunshine of your personality, read to the sick and help make the world better if you would get to heaven. Many a man and woman who think they are pious and religious will miss heaven because they didn't minister to the world .and use the talents God gave them. You can educate a colt to that it will not kick and bite and be of an ugly disposition, but that it will love and obey you. So God has given you the children to take them and train them and bring them up for Him. If a man would be great he must have a great mother. Show me a great man and I will show you a great mother. responsible and He will hold you accountable. God did not in tend that you would let it grow up idle, pick up cigarette stubs, learn foul language and grow up uneducated, but God gave you that angel to take it and train it up and return it to Him. And your training ot that cnnu, mothers, God will 'hold you re sponsible. You, mothers, are to blame today because your boys are idlers, cigarette fiends, dissi pated young men. If you don't educate him the devil will. And the trouble is that you have let the devil do the educating of them and you have shirked your the it's made by a patented us sr this av red side m a mm h . you will readi "Proorocess that cuts out cess Patented Julr 1907," which bite and parch! Prince Albert has always 30th,made fnree men life ?miiVBB feaunr hat moke pipes where been sold without coupons or premiums. one smoked before s We prefer to give quality ! SB 1 for. That's because LOhG 5Ms) RtlDNIMfJpmF hi A KB responsibility. He mentioned the influence books had had on his life nnd told how his mother always - Fringe Albert the national joy smoke tt sponge-moittener it! Administratrix's Sale! As Administratrix of the estate of G. S. Spurlock, deceased, I will sell at his late residence on Ked Itiver, near Lombard, Saturday, Aug. 19th, 1916 the following personal property : 1 hay rake, 1 corn planter, 1 cultivator plow, 1 mowing machine 2 turning plows, 2 double shovels, 1 harrow, I wagon, leartandharness Hay in barn 8 stands of bees, Oats in barn, 18 gal. roof paint 1 pair of scales, II mules, black, bay and gray, 7 hogs, sorrel mare, 2 yearling heifers 2 yearling steers, 1 grist mill, orn sheller and crusher outlit, 1 pair scales at mill 1 shop and tools 1 tfrist mill at Filson, Ky., with sheller and crusher. All sums over $5.00 will be sold on credit of six months evidenced by note with approved security. All sums under $3 00 cash iu 1 hand. Mrs. Louisa Spurlock, Administratrix. Mr. John Stephens, of Stanton, was down Saturday with a load of the iirst tomatoes seen on the market this season. Mr. Stephens raised them for the Stan ton cannerv. but his c.rnn is mi- euing in advance of the canning reason, hence he is marketing them here. Will Sloan's Liniment Relievo Pain? Try it and see one application will prove more than a column of claims. James S. Ferguson, Phila., l'u. writes: "I have had wonderful relief since I useo Sloan's Liniment on my knees. To think after all these years of pain one application gave me relief. Many thanks for what your remedy has done for me.' Don't keep on suffering, apply Sloan's Liniment where your pain is and notice how qtiiuk you get relief. 1'anetrates without rubbing. U'jy it ut any drug stre. 2j5u. bought him books for has a flavor as different as it is delightful.- You never tasted the like of presents and always sat at the And that isn't strange, either. bedside aud read beautiful sto. ries to them and how he didn't Men who think they can't smoke a pipe or roll a cigaBuy Prince Albert everymind gettiug the malarial fever rette can smoke and will smoke if they use Prince where tobacco it told in twice a yaar because his mother Albert. And smokers who have not yet given P. A. a try-otoppy red bagt, Sc; tidy red would sit for hours and read to tint, 10c; handsome pound certainly have a big surprise and a lot of enjoyment d tin humiand him fascinating and inspiring coming their way as soon as they invest in a supply. dors and that corking fine humipound cryttat-glastories. Fifty dollars of the Prince Albert tobacco will tell its own story ! dor with right kind of books will educate top that keeps the tobacco N. C. R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., Winston-Salein such clever trim a! way it you better aud you will know more of the world than the millionaires who only see the world from the car windows. President Barker then talked about the human body. He said it was the house of God. It was a splen did and noble thing, marvclously made. Anyone who debases and degrades that body with whiskey aud cigarettes makes it fit for the scrap pile. If you want to be the splendid man God intended you to be you have got to pay the THE UNIVERSAL CAR price. The iron ore in the hills is not worth much, but put it through the furnaces and it comes forth the pig iron, the railroad steel, and the watch 6pring steel worth its weight in gold. So boys you can be the iron ore, The following prices for Ford cars will be worth very little, or you can be effective on and after August 1st, 1916. the pig iron worth more with a little education, or you can be . the railroad steel worth more through more education nnd training, or you can be the, watch spring steel of inestimable value to your couutry but you have to pay the price. The journey of life is rough and dangerous, full of treacherous pitfalls. The cigarette is the worst pitfall of all but tell a young man about it f. o. b. Detroit and ho laughs at you. The cigarette will laud you on the These prices are positively guaranteed against any reduction before Aug.1 scrap pile almost every time. but there is no gutirnnteo against an advance in price at any timolV. . : Judge Iiirker said he was on the bench for over twenty years at Louisville and of all the boys he had to send to Lakeland Asylum the cigarette was the cause. If you aspiro to be an athlete you can't smoke cigarettes. It produces a cigarette heart. You may hide the fnct from coach but he can ditect it on you the first time he puts you through a run- - You can't hide sin. It paints its autograph on the face. It paints it Kuropo for a man to rep. vearB beforp, but sin had 'made there surely as God lives. Beau character. Ho told the story of all over the marvelous painting of Leon- resent Judas. For twenty years nun what he was. Sin will change ty is a matter of the mind and; ardo Vinci in one of the great he hunted till one day ho found your form, your life, your charheart. Every woman can be acter, vour (lestihV. lint an nil. cathedrals of Kuropo. He paint-L-- un ugly, mi'pshapen, beautiful if she wills it. Beauty thu Christ from a man re- degraded and debauched man. if ucation willipake youfu splendid of skin is nothing compared to sembling him, and aB we see him was the same man, whom liojiud Ulan; and what Uod intetuUtJOU the beauty of a splendid life and pictured on cunvJs. He hunted painted for ,tho Christ fwenjy. t'pbe;t r: g ' '.vT" t ut half-poun- New Prices August 1, 1916 Chassis $325 345 360 505 595 645 Runabout Touring Car Coupelet. Town Car Sedan . . Isjt;-1917- . A. T. WH ITT, CLAY Agent, CITY, KY. d .