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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): August 24, 1916 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1916 cla1916082401_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 24, 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. THE CLAY pITY TIMES J. E. Burgher, Publisher. We are Here to Help Clay City, tSurrounding Country and Ourselves. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. VOL. XXI. . CLAY CITY. KY.. THURSDAY. Dies in Texas. rr, AUGUST 21. J9IG. Overseers Notified. All the road overseers of the county have had legal notice served on them to put their roa'ds in condition at once or show cause why they have not been worked, at the September term of county court. Some of the roads have been neglected on account of the proposed State Aid improvement which was promised by the Fiscal Court before the bonds were voted. The people in general are up in arms about having to pay 45 cents road tax and still have to work the road like they used to have to do when no road tax was collected at all. Some of the hands have declared they will either pay the tax or work the road, but they positively will not do both. Fast Passing Away. special says Washington Kennine hundred and forty-fotucky pensioners, the majority of them veterans who fought iu the Federal army in the war between the States, died duritfg the last fiscal year, according to the report issued by the Commissioner of Pensions. His statement shows that on June 30, 1015, there were 10,431 Kentucky soldiers on the rolls, who received 4,313,891 iu pensions this year. On July A ur NO. 3d " ; . . After a lingering illness of several months durationfrom cancer of the neck, A. liucker passed away at his home in this city Tuesday morning. The remains were shipped to Winchester for burial. Mr. liucker was 80 years old Feb. 20th of this year. He was a native of Tennessee and an old Confederate soldier. Besides his wife who was a "Miss Tiptout grade crossing?--Lexingt- on Her- he is survived by. eight living a,d- "' denies. children. Iu lookingQriho improvement 4th proposition That women of our Paweiljcbiinty roa"ds nothPipe Line Capacity Increased. have the came authority topreach ing is of greatlef Jmportauce than Holiness brother afas men. Au additional i'ipe line has crosfirms. Bio. Martin denies. been laid to the Estill oil fields. the ehminatidajof grade sing. '.'iiSfe! It has been so but 10,000 barrels Stock of Goods Sold. per week was the total capacity .Work-Turnpikes. The assigned stock- of. mer. of. tho run. Now 40,000 barrels "Work on the turnpikes in being rapidly UfistyTwas aiibipumweeklyiWhtie hub lo.iui iuuieubo iu zoo per fsoldVt" public outcry Friday by cent, it will still not take all the pushed by Koad Supervisor W. H. G. Crabtree. The bidding oil that can be pumped, and new F. 'Horton, and .within a the. Oamargo and Owings-villwas'opened at $300 for the entire wells are coining in most every pikes willi be completed. stock and was run. ud to $870 aud day. With this worfcfinishert there knocked off to W. 0. Taylor, of will be four P&es, main thorMad Dogs. Winchester. Mr. Taylor has shipped, the goods to Wilhurst We have read aud heard ofsev. oughfares, in uie county in exa strtre. where he has eral mad dogs over the country, cellent coudition for wiuter haulso people had better be mindful ing. It is plaujie'd to work the A Ray of Hope. of any caniue acting queerly. Paris pike ne&tand to rebuild We judge from the referees noExcessive heat is said to be one tho Levee pikoj J;o Black creek tice appearing in this issue of the hill near the Po'vell county line, cause of its origin. We have Times that the business of the had heat enough to create the citizens of that couuty agreePearsite Company will in course ing to meet the' Montgomery This anything that is necessary to bo county people and making a of time be wound up. formed by heat. means that the large plant here straight turnpike .from Stanton This gives will shortly be sold to Mt. Sterlin,l.a distance of Judge Kirk to Contest hopes that it will fall into the miles. Mt. about twenty-flvJudge A. J. Kirk will contest hands of business men who will Sterling Gazette. the nomination of Judge Flem D. iind it profitable to operate it. The Montgomery fellows are Sampson, of Barboursville. He anxious to connect with us and will ask a recount of the vote in Successful Meeting. Theynre doing the Knox and Whitley counties, where so nre we. Elder M. P. Lowry, the work and we Tare doing the Christian church minister, Sampson's vote was suspiciously closed a week's meeting Sunday large aud Kirk'sdoubtfully small. (dis)cussing. night at the Upper Ilardwick's Prospects Still Bright. Came Through on Horseback Creek school house. There were Claude Townsend was down Misses Mary Simpson and Etta nine accessions to the church, Potter rode through on horseback from the oil fields'last week buy seven of them by baptism. Sunday from Manchester to this ing- lumber frpm-JoliM. Ken-nuBro. Lowry reports good behav-- i They are visiting Miss It was quite an extensive or and an increased interest in city. Simpson's mint and Miss Potter's order, as the oil companies are the Master's work in this section. doing considerable building at sister, Mrs. T. G. White. Buys New Ford. present. Mr. Townsend has been Examination for Engineers made superintetideutottheUni ted Mrs. T. G, White has purchasThe Department of Public Oil Co.'s holdings' in tho producFord ed and just received a new touring car, It is oue of the new lioads will hold examinations for ing district. Claude buys tho re- models which is far better in ap- applicants, fur road engineers, cent slump in theioil business has pearance than the 1910 model. Sept. 10th to lUth. The places lost its depression and the prosNotwithstanding the decreaso of of examinations have uot yet pects are still bright for the fleldjj. $80 pejr car in price, tho machine been selected. - Scriptural Debate. Elder L. F. Martin while holding services at his church at North Betid, this county Sunday, was met by one o the Holiuess brethren who advanced his doctrine in the Parson's services whereupon Bro. Martin took him to task for such teachings. An agreement was signed up betweeu them for debate betweeu Bro. L. s F. Martin, the pastor, and a brother, to be, furnished of their own pick. The debate will be held Sept. lOih at the North Bend church. The subjects to be discussed are: 1st proposition Baptism was not a commandment to the whole world before the death of Christ. Holiness brother affirms. Bro. Martin denies. 2nd proposition The gifts of Divine healing in the Apostolic days is in practice today. Holiness brother allirms. Bro. Martin denies. '53rd proposition That foot washing is a 'commandment to the Holiness Church of Christ. Bro. Martin brother affirms. Hoi-mes- rsw- The Deadly ..Grade Crossing Geo. W.. Judy died at his home in Caddomill, Texas, Sunday morning, July 3rd. He. and his wife, Virginia Dugeon Judy, left this county forty years ago, and settled in Colen couuty, Texes, whore they both lived to an old age. Mrs. Nettie Stanley, Mrs. Ed Jones, Messrs. John and J. Judy were at his bedside when Tho grade crossing is the place death came. Mrs. Maude McKinney, Mrs. Nettio Welch, Mr. Charlie Con- lee, Mrs. Eflie Smith, all of this county, and Mrs. Carrie Jurley, of Hurrodsburg, are grandchildren of the deceased. Death of Abram Rucker. death. Thejstory in yesterday's Herald relating the details of the tragedyyjiear Spring Station Tuesday afjornoon is typical of a large proportion of the fatal railway accidentsi As long as the grade crossfKgs are tolerated we may expecto hear frequently of accidents 0,f this type. Their frequent recurrence does not appear to belli sufficient warning to those wio travel on the highways to iudiico the necessary crossings to precautions prevent such accidents. Eventually some meags will bo. taken for Hie more adequate protection of the lives 6'fUhoso who must use the public roads. As far as cojld be learned jio particular individual was directly responsible .(jpr the frightful accident of- Tuesday afternoon. The responsibilfty can not fairly be. placed eithefjupon the engineer of the locdfiiiotive, of on the The driver of the XSibtor car. blame jxiusbB)laced'urjon the of atr-jrad- ?$ To Every Confederate Veteran in Kentucky: The Hon. Mat Cohen, Commissioner, and the State Board of Agriculture and the Louisville Board of Trade have united in a cordial invitation to all Confederate Veterans to be present at tho State Fair at Louisville on September 12th, 1910, which is set apart as "Governors' and Military Day." They desire your attendance in order that they may show you especial courtesies as on evidence of the esteem in which you are held by these organizations aud the citizens of Kentucky generally. I therefore urge that every Confederate Veteran in the State who can do so accept this invitation and attend; and to further show our appreciation of this invitation it is hereby ordered that every one who attends meet me at the office of Hou.W. J. Gooch, Secretary of the Fair, promptly at 11 o'clock A. M. September 12, 1910, and join in a short parade across the arena accompauied by bands playing National airs. Come, und be sure to wear your uniform, Confederate but- ton, or Camp Badge, one or all, and let us have a good day to- - gether at our great State Fair. W. J. STONE, 1, 1016, the amount Kentucky Maj Gen'1. Com'd'g. Ky. Div. pensioners received during the U. O; V. last fiscal year from the Federal -- y6TyTn ttrtre'rii 482. fn e n cn ggr egft t ed"$42,4&r few-week- s o -- cer-taiul- y o -- well-know- n - n Estill-- Powell looks $100 per oaf better. Agent Notice of Services. A. T. Whitt has a number of Services at the Presbyterian other prospective purchasers for church every Sunday at 11 a. m. his Bplendid Hue of Fords. and Sabbath School at 10 u. m. Twilight services at tho Homo at An Girl. 0 p. m. Dr. Martin announces tho nr. rival of a lino little Miss at the The drop in temperature is. homo of Mr. and Mrs. Curl Gar- very agreeable to everybody uf. rett August. ,17. ter so much warm weather. nd Visiting' Hwsne. Folks. Mackevjcame in from Dayton, Ohio, Tuesday to visit his family aft.oa four months' stay. Oscar says they nre extremely dry I'ljttiiat portion of Ohio, and wasfalVd to get back in tho land of refreshing showers und vordure.. O. II. Wheat is now selling at .$l.o0 per bushel at the mill door and Hour is selling at a price that rest. keeps too much of it inside this same door because there aro Wet Weather and Corn. many poor people who cannot The continued wet weather has pay the price ami must grit the caused a great deal of tho corn in corn that is now beginning to tho wet bottoms to fall to the hnrdeu. ground owing to a watery stalk and the soft condition of the "The Good Samaritan Hospital." ground. While the high water There is a false impression has uot hurt much of the crop, among many persons who hold a the effect of so much moisture dread for the hospital on account has been bad. Hillside corn is of the neglect of attention they maturing a very fine crop, but are purported to hold for pa the fields havo been badly tients. I desire to coirect this washed. impression, so far as has been my experience, for truly could Missionary Conference no one bo better treated than I There will be held at Stanton was at the Good. Samaritan Hosfrom Sept. 3rd to 10th a bible pital at Lexington during an op. study aud missionary conference aud tho attention. followwhich is regarded as ono of the eratiou ing. I desiro to extend to tho greutest religious events over following persous connected with held iu Powell county. It will be my sincerest my treatment and thanks for their liberal and lovThe people of Powell couning attention : ty aro all invited to attend. Dr. Barkloy, operating; Dr. Still in the Race Herring, assistant; Miss Wood B. F. Kmcaid was homo Satur ruff, Supt.; Miss Watson, Asst. day and Sunday visiting friends Supt. ; Misses Hill, Morgau, Jones, Inand relatives. He is at present Gastiueau, and O'Neil. working iu Dayton, O. Ben says ternes, Drs. Itandall and he is still intending to make tho Truly has this hospital been raco for the nomination for Slier-it- f given the correct name "Good next year on the Democratic F. G. Coulee. Samaritan." ticket. much-ueeded n Get Store in. Oil Fields. Geo. W. Bush and Joe Clark have purchased the general merchandise business of W. P. vWise at Union Hall, which is in the midst of the rich oil fields. This business has grown phenominally since drilling iu this section and Mr. Wise became tired out. Besides his oil royalty is sufficient to yield largo enough income for him to retire from active business and take a be-ga- u H. G. Garrett and John H. Hardwick, who have had for several years a large lumber plant at Cincinnati, are closing this business and concentrating their efforts in Ohio to their wood working plant at Columbus. J. Crews Rash, who weut from this iity to look after the Cincinnati business, has been transferred to tho Columbus concern. Par-rigi- n. v. THE J. E. Burgher, Entered as Ky., TIMES. Publisher. s second-clas- mail mat- ter at tho Post March 3, 1879. A HOME-MADE at Clay City, under tho Act of Congress of Office PAPER. 191G THURSDAY, AUGUST 24, The railroads of Kentucky have had their franchise assessments Herald proves: figured this year on a basis of 7 "James Holland, of Perry county, tho convict escnped from the per cent instead of G per cent as convict enmp whoBell In county nnd capin former years. This way of tured, was returned to tho penitentoday. News reached hero toinuring a big savins for the rail- tiary that Green Davidson, of Estill day roads has made a cut in the State county, convicted of manslaughter, Frank liurton, of assessment of railroads amount- nndconvicted of horse Mndison county, stealing, have ing to $9,220,230. Just why the escaped from the camp." State assessing board, which is When he was candidate for composed of Auditor Ii. L. Governor of New York, Mr. Greene, Secretary of State James I'. Lewis and State Treasurer Hughes received the support of Sherman Goodpaster, took such n the railroads and he generously decided action in favor of the repaid the debt by vetoing the passenger rate bill; railroads will be hard to find out. when a candidate for Governor Especially at a time when the railroads, as all other big busi- he received the support of the nesses are climbing upward and New York tax dodgerp, the owners of 'swollen fortunes,' and he profits are so fast on the paid his debt by sending a mes On this board it happens that sage to the Legislature the income tax amend, there are two Democrats and one Republican member. The de- inent to the Federal Constitucrease is 10J per cent. Thus we tion. , Do we need such a man see that while every farmer in for President of the United Powell county is raised 20 per States? cent, as was done last spring, the One very funuy thing about L. & N. railroad and all other roads is all officers place little or roads are decreased 1C per cent no value on road hands that work in their assessment. the rood. Still they eagerly find t It begins to seem that Jim a use for the money that is supknew what he was talking posed to keep up the roads, then about when he said a mau could complain when three or four road notiriowibe elected to a State hands to the mile fail to keep office- .tnffifppposed tile L. & N. their road in good repair. It is The candidates are railroad. remarkable indeed "what the always very loud in their denunother fellow could do if he ciations of the railroads, but wait would,'' and "terrible that we until they get into office. have so much to do with so two-cent, We opposed the change in Constitution permitting convicts working on the road?, from the fact that they would be everlastingly breaking guards and turned loose on the people like they were in 1884 when the old Union railroad was built to this county, and they have done begun to scatter. A crew of convicts were taken to Bell county a few weeks ago to work on the roads there, and just as we predicted they have gono to breaking loose, as the following dispatch from Frankfort appearing in yesterday's Ken-tuck- y ; Tho Government is trying to get Kentucky; girls to persuade tho youths of this Stnte to make soldiers. In Powell county tho girls arc interested in making bravo lads of o"ur gallant boys only to the extent of being able to ask Papa." , OENfcT Corn crops-lookin- CHEVROLET A Real Automobile. fine since the recent rains. ""Luther Martin, of North Fork, was here last week buying spring calves. Beckett-Isema- n Oil Co., of Campton, are moving a rig on the Wiseman farm between Xena and Pilot. A. J. Berry, oil driller, has moved his machine 'to the farm of Jno. Brandenburg between South Fork and Cat creek waters. Five Passenger equipped with Self-Start- er and electric lighting system. 35 H. P. Engine, weight F. 17.50 pounds. B. Factory, $550.00 T. G. Cole, of JKnowlton, passed, 0. through here one day last said that when a candidate comes Ground that "the bee is in his bonnet." If there were any bee about Tom it was an "oil" bee and was secretly hidden on the top of his pate between that and ' the crown of his John B. Stetsoir. week.. ORPHANS' HOME ITEMS. It is Seven Passenger Baby Grand Touring Car, 2400 pounds F. 0. B. Factory, $750.00 E. H. FULLER, Agent For Powell County, STANTON. KY. protest-ingagain- st Several of the ladies of the town came up to the Home last Thursday and helped Mrs. get a great deal of needed sewing done. About thirty garments were made wearable as n result of their w'o'rk. It was cer-taiul- y Ker-stett- er If you're anxious to add. to your savings . Gar-net- appreciated. Mrs. Haney, of Biackey, sent us $10 on u scholarship for one of the girls. s Just live on a little' bit less. Your EARNINGS are not so important: - - The six per cewt." penalty will not be added to tax until December 1st after a term of Cir cuit Court. In ample time to determine the legality; of the road bond tax. WHEN YOU HAVE. A, COLD Give it attention, avoid exposure be regular and careful of your diet, It's SAVINGS that make for su'ecess.- Judge Curry has received his commission and has qualified ns Police Judge. The boys had better be a little quiet and join the army if they must fight. The Judge has no compromise, and Marshal Hill Eaton can rest asformed that no part of this mon- sured that his labors will bo reey collected for roads and bridg- warded when he brings the ofes can be used to pay for teams fenders of tho law before Judge to be used in working the roads. Ourry. Everybody knows that roads canllobt. E. Lee Murphy will take not be worked without teams. the stump for Cautrill, the man Thus the farmers in addition to paying their high road tax must who defeated him so badly for work their own road and furnish the Democratic nomination for their own teams without pay. Congress. He is not disgruntled The people don't mind working in the least, but being loyal to the roads nor do they object to his party he will roll up his paying the road tux, but they do sleeves and help to win the big think each community that pays victory for Woodrow Wilson and Democracy. bo much road tax should have at least a small portion of it spent All Ky. Democratic members on their roads. in Congress were renominated in the primary. There being no State Inspector and Examiner change in the nominees for PresNat B. Sewell has been rajdi.ig ident and too, the county offices of the State for naturally leads all to believe Rome months, picking up every that the Democrats think they last dollar due the State. He have found tho boys that can never failed to get some kind of continue, to win. until he hit the good u rake-oiold mountain Democratic county Congressman Langley is trying of Elliott. Hero after diligent to pull Uoosevelt into Kentucky research he was forced to give up to get votes for the Republicans. the ghost without finding a penny Langley used to boast of his indue the State. fluence with Roosevelt and the Elliott county lias no railroad, other "big uns" at Washington h has no improved roads, it has and offered this as an excuse for no high seat of learning, but it is Democrats voting for him. un antique Kentucky county, The largest following Hughes representing n t tints when honesty with all men was a' rule has for President is Win, How. rather than uu exception. Gpod ard Taft. Tuft still, weighs. U50 pounds or more. for Elliott.Vice-Preside- The taxpayers of Powell county have had 45 cents on each hundred dollars worth of taxable property levied against them for road and bridge purposes. The road overseers have been notified to put their roads in condition witlwhe road hands. Wo are in- Clay City National Bank PAYS 3 PER CENT INTEREST ON SAYINGS also commence taking Dr. King's New Discovery. It contains Pine tai, Antiseptic Oils and Balsams. Is slightly laxat've. Dr. King's New Discovery eaBes your cough, soothes your throat' a 'id bronchial tubes checks your cold, Btarti to clear your head. In a short time you know your cold is better. Its the standard family cough syrup in uee 40 years. Get a bottle at once. Keep it in the house as a cold insurance. Sold at druggists. ' STANTON COLLEGE, KY. STANTON, "What Congress hai done concerning a Students Admitted at Any Time Government Armor Plant and what pcopla ar thinking about It'! One of the Best Schools in Kentucky. Courses in Agriculture and Domestic Science. Review Classes in the Common Branches will be Conducted throughout a. r.H.et.d In Editorial Comment Th!i is the title of booklet we have prepared. Wo the Term. By paying part of their Expenses in Work, Students may get Rates at the Dormitory as low as $1.5o per. Week. l' shall he glad to tend a copy frco to any on interested. For Information Write to Bethlehem Steel Co. South Bethlehem, Pa. Rev. J. C. Hanley, President, Stanton, Ky. - ILGASE RUTURN. gold case, und to it was attached u The person who relieved the lto Masonic charm belonging to anothA. P. Johnson S. 1). Rose of his revolver and er person. Mrs. M. Rose. In the old stand, next to the Red wutch during his last illness, will The opirit of order must rein in River Hotel. kindly return the 6ume to the un home before the children can a- uShampooing and Scalp Treatment dersk'ned. The levolvtr was pearl bundled und the wutch was in a quire it. For Oood BarberltJK Try Had Stomach Trouble Years. four SPOUT SPRING Versailles Man is Alf Crow was one of the Mt. Sterling cour? visitors Monday. W. L. Byrd' has sold his store to Logan ing and others, nnd is invoicing the qtock of goods. Dr. Martin was callod in RIon Rewarded for Confidence. Thousands of people eat and unvtluns Tor me. f was nefvised .i . fry a friend to take Tanlac, "the eat and eat. The food does them tew tonic, ' stud Mr. Fred,Sew-- c about as much good as the coal II, who Jives at 432 Main street, that went into the sewer. Food unless thoroughly digested ersaillesuKy. the blood and produce "One bottle of it made me feel better and by the time I had bodily strength. taken several bottles I began to That is why Tanlac is so highly think I was cured. I stopped recommended. It digests food,, taking the medicine nnd do not causes it to make strength and believe I will be troubled with naturally the nerves are quieted, the blood improved and many my ailment any more." ailments such as headaches, dizTo illustrate a point the folziness, constpation, nausea, and lowing story is told : A coal wagon drove up in front other ills promptly relieved. Tanlac is being specially introof an office building. The driver duced in Clay City at the store dumped the coal, and, as he was letting it run into the chute, he of Eaton & JVlcUuire. observed a darky watching him Tanlnc may be obtained in and laughing only as a darky can Stanton at Hardwick & Co..; laugh. Bowen, Day and King; College "What's the matter with you?" Ilill, Ginter Bros.; Torrent, J't said the driver. "Do you nlways Taylor Day; Irvine, Irvine Drug laugh when you see somebody Co., Genet, Genet Cash Store; pouring coal into a hole?" Waltersville, Henry Waldron. can-oocent- er 'I had stomach trouble for "No, bo8S,"8aid the darky," but day to see Mrs. Walker Burnett early four years. It grndually I just can't help laughing when 'I who is threatened" fcith fever. A snd accident occurred here orked on me so bad thafthe see somebody pouring coal into Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Wrteht vis- Sunday evening. Hopkins Culthe server." octors 8iiid they couldn't, do ited friends in Montgomery county from Saturday till Tuesday. Mrs. LenaSmcthers, of Lexiuc ton, spent a few duys last week with her sister, Mrs. Andy Crow. Mrs. Jesso is on woman and a devoted wife and Powcfl Circuit, Court. 'i mother. She told her family she I ' wits prepared to die, the only re- LUlic Belle Watson, Gdn.'rc, 1'flL, vs. Kquity. . grets were leaving her children. DeftH. Goo. O. Watson's Heirs, The many friends of Brother Notice is hereby given tlmt the plainAdams in Powell county extend tiffs in the nbovo styled action pending to him and children their deepest in the Powell Circuit Courl, will on sympathy," and are sorry they Sept. 0th, 1010, move snid court in could not be" with them in their special term to nuthorizo the guardian of the infant children of Geo. O. " t rouble. ' -- Wat-su- n, Smith, of Levee, with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jordou Baruett, for a few days risit. Mr. and Mrs. Asa Bamf-t- t spent, from Friday till Monday with the lattePs sister, Mrs. Betsy Rupard, near Pilot View. Mrs. Dan Jackson, of Winchester, and Mrs. Ohas. Rupard, of Pilot View, are visiting Mrs. Asa Barnett at this place, and Mrs. W. L. Jacksotf at Vaughn's Mill. We regret to report that the a depth of 800 oil well drilled-tfeet on 'Squire Shelton McKin-uey'- s o place proved to be a dry hole. One other well will be put down to further test the Held. V Hardwick & do. . 2 Y Y Y t f ; Semi-Annu- al t Clearance.Sale. .. f Y f f Y Iiobt. Mcintosh, road overseer, the road leading to Hardwiqk's creek, doing a,flne.job.. The neighbors, being unable. to get pay for teams on the road furnished them with-ou- t pay.. The people here meau pub in two days last, week on berson and brother were standing the rear of last car of the last excursion from Cincinnati, and while trying to signal down train or waving at some one he was caught ngainst a switch stand and thrown several feet, rendering him unconscious. The train backed up and took him to alios pital at Winchester. His brother narrowly escaped the mail crane a few feet below while trying to get oil' to go to his brother, expecting to see him killed. The boys with their father were on the way to Thev were not hobos and the injured man had a Cincinnati return ticket and a roll of bills in his pocket. Some say the door was locked and they could not get in at rear of car. Magistrate Bob Dennis, Henry Nichols. Cain Brisco, and others witnessed the accident. The boy was raised in Menefee county but his homo is reported to be near Hazel Green. s Mid-dletow- n. to lease the oil nnd gas in, on, and underlying, and the surface of the below described lands, for the purpose of producing nnd uinrkcting said nil nnd gns, for fchich the above styled action is brought. Said lands nro in Powell County, Kentucky, and more particularly described ns ("ollows: On the waters of South Fork of lied Itiver and bounded on the north by the lands of Weeden Tipton, on the east by the lands of Jiimes Ilrynnt, on the south by the , on the west by lands of John the lauds of l.en Itratton, and ionl..' 117la acres more or less and m'r the s'ime lnnd conveyed to Geo. O. Watson by Dudley Mcintosh and w'fe. and deed bearing date December JO.'i, liKM.and of record indeed book 17, pat0 JOT, Powell County Court records. Lillie Hello Wntion, Itobt. i. Tipton, G.ir.-dian- , mid other plaintiffs. Miu-oum- Look on the funny side of vour annoyances, if you can. A Doctor's Rcmeby For Caughs. As a cure for coughs and colds comDr. Bell's bines these remedies in just the right proportion to do the most good for summer coughs or colds, A trial will prove the value of this splendid cough medicine. Dr. Bell's Pine-TaHoney soothes the irriliition, stops your cough, kills the cold geims and dees you a world of good. A '23c. bottle will more than convince you it will stop your cough. At druggists. y to havo goodlroads at any price. ADVICE: Never buy cheap or unknown cosmetics from bargain stores, live- - nnd ten-cestores, etc. Such goods too often contain deleterious ingredients which do ultimate injury to the skin. All Elizabeth King Toilet Specialties aro of superliue, warranted Miss Ollic 1 oskins. quality. 1 r. SLADE. School is; progressing nicely, has a good attendance and two excellent teachers. Some new sejijts have tfeeh, ordeied aid are badly needed. , . Low Prices and J .1. High Quality have a large stoch of general mer ohandise, shoes, groceries, etc., and we know that by dealing with us You Can Save Honey Wo .t Y ,v 9 t t t r t Y J t t Y Our 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. If you are needing a Sewing Machine, now is your chance, as we are cutting the prices on them also, which makes the price a large per cent lower than younvould have to pay a traveling agent' 'whose expenses purchasers must pay. Semi-Annual t ! f Don't forget', i the protracted meeting Rev. Johnston, of Fleming county, willfbegin here on Monday night after the first Sunday in September. E wry body ' invited. John King wjis injured in the log woods of Brodhead-Garret- t Co.'s last week. by a log striking him. (IIetvas jaken to the hospital, though thought not to be dangerously hurt, , try to keey our stock complete and our aim is io give every customer full value for their money. Give us u I rial. We t f t t t Y Miss Maudie Bowen reports a fine school at Bowen. The patrons are interested and lending a helping hand... A new croquet set. has been bought, a window put in, nnd they also have a library. Gift busy teachers, or Bowen school ' will be out of. sight. V Geo. Ewen and family returned Sunday from MTddletown. George says wage aro fairly iiood, Henry Waldron WALTERSVILLE, - - KENTUCKY You Need a Tonic There arc times in every woman's life when she needs a tonic to help her over the hard places. When that time comes to you, you know what tonic to take Cardtii, the woman's tonic, Cardui is posed of purely vegetable ingredients, which act womanly organs, gently, yet surely, on and helps build them back to strength' and health. It has benefited thousands and thousands of weak, ailing1 women in half century of wonderful success, and it will do the same for you. You can't make a mistake in taking its-pa- I Hardwick & Co., t Y t f anditho three and four dollnr'u day jobs high,-- Stanton, - Ky " - scarce and da,ngerousY f lie says it would probably pay"our Powell county 'people-t- investigate these things before going there as no one 8oems..to comeback any rich er but considerably wiser, andj learn they can live in Powell, county as cheap as other places. Mrs. Amanda Adamp, wifo of Rev. J. M. Adams, of Levee, was burled at the lorkner graveyard near Bowen last Tuesday. Mrs. Adams had. been,8ick two or three years and her death expected hourly for 6ome.thno.. She was i Miss Lqwry befflFun!iirrlge and has a host of relatives in this and Kstill county, She (eaves a husband and several small to mourn ler Josb Mrs. Caroline Willoimhby, of tljis county, is a KiKtir. Judiie ..Newtfiu's wifo of Kstlll county, ..'pfsjer. and Will' Lowry, of Mfesourij a brother.' Mrs. Adams was bod Christian 1 . - T Household Goods for Sale. "f I oll'vrfor private ale .ul) my household goods and. furniture, I will pleased to show these arti uy- one desiring to. puroles-tchase. r J. J. Cutry,. o Your Bowels Should'Move Once A Day CARDUI Miss Amelia Wilson, R. F. t). No. 4, Alma, Ark., says: "I think Cardui is the greatest medicine on earth for. wompn. , Before, I b,egan to take Cardui, I' was so weak and nervous, and had such awful dizzy spells and a poor appetite. Now. I. feci, as well and 'as strong'as fever dld.'and can cat most anything." Begin taking Cardui today. Sold by all dealers. ease movement of the bowels every day is a sign of good health. Dr. King's Now Life Pills you a gentle laxative effect withouT griping and free your . system of blood poisons, purify your StilNULB MILL FOR SALE. lailv ca- blood, overcome constipation and Lane's Patent; '20,000 pacity; In prime condition. Will have an eidolleht tonio effect' on the'entiro system'.' fllakea'you feel soil at a bargain. Wm'. Davis, Vaughn's Mill, Ky. like living. Only 25c. ut druggists. Tree" will-giv- A The Woman's Tonic ifllf if Ifili , Has Helped Thousands. ' Local Brevities Subscribers Complain. Many subscribers have been James G. Easter, of Huzard complaiitinir about not receiving spent Sunday with friends in the their paper while some few have city. told us they are getting two B. M. McPherson, of Winches ter, was hero, a sliort time this The trouble mostly lies beweek. tween the consolidation of the list of Better Farms and Iliads .Airs. W. J. Mountz returned witli The Times, about Sunday from a two weeks' visi of which were on both papers. In to relatives in Ohio. making up a new list it was imy John Gaylord, of Sardis, Miss possible to get all names piopcr-las comadjusted at first but is spending a few days with ids plaint is made we will add them father, John P. Gaylord. to our book. Quito a number pn-per- s. Prince Albert gives smokers such -- delight, because its flavor is so different and so delightfully good; it can't bite your tongue; it can't parch your throat; you can smoke it as long and as hard as you like without any comeback but real tobacco hap-piness one-ha- lf ! Mrs. A. E. Sams and Allen have complained about not getSams, Jr., of Winchester, are vis ting papers that were not on the list when we took control. We lting relatives in the city. are placing them on the list and Harlan Kogers, of Furnace, is marking them even date. down to see his brother, Jas. G Kogers, a few days this week. Struck by Lightning. A. M. Durbin, a former Sheriff iuiss Urace JUartiu is visiting of Estill, who bought a fine farm the family of her grandfather, in Fayette, to which he moved Mr. J.W. Oonlce, in Montgomery several years aso, and who is county. well known to many of our read ers, had a barn burned by light Lane Lusk, agent Vollnier's genial assistant, visited his par ning on his farm lust week, en Crops ents in .Paris from Friday till tailing a loss of $1,000. on the farm were damaged, also, Sunday. to the extent of S2.000. Ereck Ledford, of Crab Or chard, was in the county a few Notice of First Meeting of Cred Uors. (lays last week calling on old In the District Court of the United friends. States for the Eastern Uis Mrs. John Smethers, of Lexin trlct of Kentucky. ton, spent several days the past In the matter of The Fearsite week with relatives in and near InBankruptcy Company the city. Bankrupt To the Creditors of the Fear- Mis3 Minnie Coulee, of Stan ton, and Miss Edna Earnest, of site Company, of Clay City, in Irvine, are visiting Miss Ethel the county of Powell and district On the reverse side of every Prince Albert package. you will read: " PROCESS JULY joyment. Prince Albert has always been sold without coupons or premiums. We prefer to give quality I That 30th, 1907" means to you a lot of tobacco PATENTED en- the national joy smoke Albert by K. J. Kcjrnoldi Tobacco Co. ConrrltMliil iiltmililillliill in goodness and in is all w'eor its enthusiastic friends ever claimed pipe-satisfaction for it!' ' howdy-dno y'OU'LL find a cheery atran&er oyou on tap the are in much of a neck of the wood you drop into. For, Prince Albert j'a right there at the first place yoa pats that eella tobacco I The toppy red ba& sells for a nickel and the tidy red tin for a dtme; then there a thehand- a aome pound ana tin humidors and the pound crystal-glas- s humidor witn aponge-motatentop that keeps the tobacco in auch bang-u- p trim is!;p,REjAfc FOR'SMOKERS UNDERTHE: PROCESSpiSCOVEREDilH MXKIKG' EXPERIMENTS JO rR0D.UCEiTHE!fo0STbrl- ROMETOBACCOJOR.CIG- - It answers every smoke desire you or any other man ever had! It is so cool and fragrant and appealing to your smbkeappetite that you will get chummy with it in 'almighty short timel WiUou invest V," 5c or 10c to prove out our say- -, -- so orrthe national joy smoke? R. J; REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., ft'. ThU U the rerene slda of lh Prince Albert tidjr red tin. Read Johnson. . The Clay City baseball boys went- - to Furnace Sunday and r4liMRdihc,n UP'U good style, t'icoNjlbeirig 10 to 4. JVIrs: A. P. Johnson and daughter, Miss Lula, have returned from an extended visit to relatives at points in Indiana. O. T. Mapel, of Irvine, was over Monday aud Tuesday in his new six-cylin- Willys-Knigh- t tour- ing car. His niece, Miss Edna Earnest, accompanied him. CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR Sunday Evening, August 27, 1010. Topic: Carelessness vs. ThoiiL'ht-fulnesHeading Lesson: Heb. 2:1-7. iforesaid, a Bankrupt Notice is hereby given that on the 12th day of August, A. D. 1910, the said Pearsite Uompany was duly adjudged a Bankrupt, and the first meeting of their creditors will be held at the of fice of R. A. Chiles, in Alt. Sterl ng, Kentucky, on the 28th dav of August A. D. 1916, at 10 o- clock in the forenoon, at which time the said creditors may at tend, prove their claims and elect a trustee and attend to anV other regular ousiness relating tnereto. Witness my hand at Owings- ville, in said district, this 18th day of August, A. D., 1910. II. O. GUDGELL, Referee in Bankruptcy. tbu "Patented Proeeu" menage-to-yo- u and realize what It means Winston-Sale- N. C m making Prince Albert ao much to your lilting. Will Sloan's Liniment Relieve Pain? Nnnd course, passing over thaBiiid Try it and see fo'nl application will sandstone cliff and continuing with the jjiutu more thaha column of claims. James S. J?ergUHonV f'hila., Pa. writes: HI hae;had wonderful relief since I useo Sloan's Linirapnt on my knees. To' think after all these years of pabvone application gave me relief. Many thanks lor DoD't keen on 'suffering, apply Sloan's Liniment where your pain is and notice how quick, von get re lief. Panetrates without rubbing, uuy it at any driigjstgre. 25o. ,:" course North' U1 Commissioner's" Sale! Powell Circuit Court; Frank 11. Jtussell, K vs. - s. Leader: Congregation. No topics liunded out but all expected to come and tako part in the meet- I'UR. Individual Gifts. Degrees infinite of luster there must always be, but the weakest among us has a gift, however seemingly trivial, which is peculiar to him, and which, worthily used, will be a gift also to his race forever. Raskin. ' Plaintiff ANNOUNCEMENT! My Fall Showing of Millinery will be ready for your inspection on and after Thursday, August 24th. V James M, Lane, Defendant Notice of Sale in Equity. By virtuo of a iudnment and order o f 6ale of the Powell Circuit Court, ren dered at the March'jferni, 1010, there of, in tlio above cause,, the undersign ed will on the Ith day;6f Sept., 1010, at one o'clock p. m..or hereabout, (being Court Day), I will us Master Commit sioner, proceed to offer for sale nt Pub lic Auction to the highest bidder, on a credit of six months,' at the courthouse door in Stanton, Ky., the property : mentioned in tho judgment, A tract or parcel ot,Jand lying on tho mountain between Pecks creek and Out creek, and in Powell county, and described by survey follows: Beginning at an Iran wood at base of limestone cliff, tho "samo being a cor ner to James 8. Orowennd' Isaac Lowe j tiieuco a straight line punning over tho cliff and to top of same apd with tho lino of said Lowu: thence leaving Lowe's line and with the center of ridge and road, said ridgo being known us Crowo Hidge, to; a pine on north side of said roud anil about 60 yards east of point of sandstone cliff ; thence to-w- lt to the point or. end tit said ridge; thence a straight line to n pine at top of limestone cliff ; thence with tho top of limestonp cliff a North course to where the four mile circlo crosses same ; thence witli said circle line crossing the ridgo to the limestone cliff and lino of eaidunc abouta south TREES. course to a sugar tree, corner to said Fruit and Ornnmenfal. Line's former boundary; thence with trejes". top of said limestone cliff and witli tho Shrubs, Grape Vines, Rhubarb, Asr lino of Isaac Lowe to the point of be ginning, containing 75 acres, more or paragus, Peonies, Pblox, Roses, etc; less. Or sufficient thereof to produc EVERY TIHXO FOR ORCHARD. $217.81, so ordered to be mude. LAWN AND GARDEN'. Tho purchaser will bo required to give bond, with approved security, for tho payment of tho purchase money XO AGENTS FREE CATALOGS to have the force and effect of n lte plevy Bond, bearing legal interest H. F. Hillenmeyer & Sons. from tho day of sale, according to law Bidders will bo prepared to comply Lexington, Ky. with these terms. A lien will ho re tained on the land sold till all the pur chase money is paid. Horn! payable to I Master Coinmmissiouer. A LUTHER STEPHENS, Master Commisssioucr. (Highest Award), Amt. of Sale and Costs, $207 51. "t uu"" U1 - WHEN YOU WANT SHAVE OR HAIR' CUT. ..ORAN3T XT j? JLUHBUiUAL WOKKr CALL ON -- ItP in in Diciionariesj aHhcPanama- PacificEjrposition'l was granted to eiven to WEBSTER'S NEW INTERNATIONAL Superiority of Educational Morif. 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