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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): September 7, 1916 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1916 cla1916090701_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.): September 7, 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. 1 'n' - rMr .. H '. V (J) . .V il H . H ,v m- 'f. 1 CITY TIMES We are Hero to Help Clay City, the Surrounding Country nd Ourselves. PUBLISHED EVERY J. E. Burgher, Publisher. THURSDAY. VOL. XXI. Locating Estill County Road. The Powell County Road Oom mission was in the city today and wont over the proposed Estill county seat road They crossed the river at the Old Forge mill site and went over the road to the Estill county line. They then came back to P. D Todd's and ran over the Powell's Valley road to where it intersects tho Olark county line road at the Brush oreek Crossinc, thinking of building the road that way. While thiffroad is a little further from the central portion of town, it can pepUt on good grade, and by connecting with the Olark coun ty road will save the building of s mile of road about t inter-county three-fourth- OLAY OITT, KY., THtfKSDAY, SEPTEMBER - 7, i9IG. NO. 36 Local Brevities Miss Nellie White has return ed from a visit to friends atNada Scfwol Begins and Filson. R. P. Rose, formerly "of this city, riOw of Winchester, was in the city this week shaking hands with old friends. Miss Olerainio Hammons, of Winchester, visited her cousin, Mls3 Eula Johnson, from Friday till Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Harterllave returned to their home at Nada; after spending several weeks with relatives in W. Va. . " - The city graded and high school opened Monday with an attend anco of 100 pupiU which was a slight advance over 50 per cent, pf the censu8;roturus in April. wim tne excellent teachers in charge of trie three. rooms, it is manifest that a most successful term of this; school has begun We feel surelho teachers will do' their part, "so Jt is now up tp the patrons And pupils to give the proper attendanco. The first day's enrollment should have been larger, nd will be larger a little later in' the term and'a bridge.- - " -- The route now used to Estill county is the best grade and is the one most desired by the Oom mission and the people, and it is oiily. n question of economy that cives the Powell's Valley road There are, how fconsideratidu. ever, "just as njauy people served on this route as the level route, but with the Winchester and Irvine roads improved, no person li.ving .on the Powell's Valley f road w,ou!d be more than mile from one of these imone-hal- proved roads. The Commission Will not build pikep. within itself on any of. the roads at this tlrrtp Unless Unpeo ple alprig 8UQh ?padj,put ugha I J ,th$fKt ulltroa'd-iliavi o;f e :BuplC,,i promised' fo'do.v afinliB." mmmmmmm 1 AdvertUing for Bids. B. P. White, Jr., has sold his In this Jsstfffof The Times the splendid pony and trap to Marion Curtis, of tho Snow Creek neigh Powell Counfy Road Commis borhodd, for $146.00. sion advertises tor bids for road work. Road .No. is the" Miss Jessie Stallard and Miss road as surveyed from Stanton to Mary 'Charles Loving have reis, the Bowen. Road No. 09-turned from an extended visit road from Stanton to the Clark to' relatives at Bowling Green. county line. These roads when Lane Lusk, pf Paris, who has completed will'as per plans be in been the efficient assistant at the first class shape every "way as to depot-fo- r the past three months, culverts, bridges, and etc., and has returned home and will at- will be ready for turnpike but i tend school. facing. Work on these roads vt. uoodwin, the dentist, is will most, Hfely" begin within back in his office ready to fix thirty days. your teeth or make a new plate Call , and get your work done Watermelon Weighs 47 Pounds. While devouring a nice, water while you can get it at home. melon at Eaton & McGuire's Mrs. Ohas. Grooms left this store, a few clays ago someone week for Indianapolis, Ind., observing therlfargo sizeof a re where she joins her husband who raaiuingjnelpti, Ventured a guess Q9-A.1 B.l STANTON. The writer was at Lost Creek in (By P. O. ,Dertkick.) Breathitt county Tuesday where he, George Knox has moved his fam- spoko at the opening of Riverside-Instituteily to Nada where' ho has secured Mr. G. E. Drushal, who work. is at the head of the school is a perMrs. Bcttic Johnson, arid her two sonal friend of the writer and is dodaughters, visited at Nada this past ing a splendid work at Lost Creek." week at her son's. Mrs. E. H. Fuller and children Mrs. Porter, of Winchester, is are visiting the homo folks down near Louisville at Morgantown. visiting- her sister, Mrs. Ben Mr. Fuller is at Lexington whero this week. he is to take a prominent part in Mrs. Mollie Crawford and daughthe reception of Charles E. Hughes, ter, Martel, of Jackson, are visiting nomineo for President of the Rehome folks this week. publican party. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Chambers, Dr. Joseph Kyle, of Xcnia, Ohio, of Menefee county, are visiting on preached at the Presbyterian Hatcher's creek this week. church Sunday. He is conducting Mr. and Mrs. Thomas, of Ohio, tho Bible study department at the are visiting their daughter, Mrs. Missionary Conference. He gave a Mao McCormick, this week. wonderfully fine inspirational talk Albert Easter, of Powell's Valley, on the Bible at the Monday afterwas here last week and attended the noon conference. big meeting at Hatcher's Creek. Prof. J. Hj Johnson, of Vcnetia, Mr. S. H. Hardwick, of Winches- Pa., arrived Frfllay as a teacher of ter, visited his many friends over mathematics in Stanton College. Sunday after a two years absence. Prof. Hanley had Mr. Johnson to hold up his arm so that the young Beldon Sears" left Monday for a men could see the great hunks of visit with his home people at Somerset and will return for school muscles standing out. Take warning boys and be good. work. . Wil-lough- -- - OTtf-weIJrdidrotli3rs- -i Lea.Coek;.., This community was shocked, to Miss Mabel Eastin, of High hear of the killing of Alvin Honon Cliff, Tenn., is visiting with her Satkin folks at the home of Dr. I. W. North Fork by Press Spencer urday. The examining trial will be Johnson. held Thursday of this week. Mr. Rev. Henrjr Townsend, of Radi- Hon was a brother of Mrs. Win. cal, passed through Stanton on his Neal, of Morris Creek. They left way to the big meeting on Hntch- - Sunday to attend tho funeral. 4 These; "folks "will Tmfr :tcams fa M'brk:pa the gradngrand undwr agreement the Commission will .put up dollar for dollar 'with the people,, pro.vided the- people put up as niuah as $500 or more per mileTor the road to be improved. In this way and in this, w ay alone can a turnpike be built on any road. This ia a very fair adjust-meu- t Of the apportioning of the bond money. Work will begin on this road soon as definite arrangements can be made. - Many go to Hear Hughes. Quite a .bunch of Olay City went ,to Lexington Tuesday to attend the Republirally. can speaking-anHughes seems to be attractive tp his followers in this county from tho way they flock-eto Lexington to hear their chief. Some mischievous Democrats seeking to" further terrify them in their doubts, remarked that they would not get to hear Hughes again before the election, nor, hear of him after the election. But then you know some Clay City Democrats do get uaUghty ut times. d d oft-the- se I nlghf, and after paying the cur rent expenses,' together with the school house repair bills, they found a shortage of about $105. all watrt improve, nients aud a good school. The way "to things is to come .forward and pay their tax into the lank city treasury. The-taxpayer- Meeting of Trustees of Trustees met Ju adjourned session Monday Tho4 town Board tho crowd. The' melon was plac e 6cales'put of curiosity, ed and was found to pull 47 pounds. Dorris T. Mize, , of Louisville, visited relatives iu fhe city Mon The melon, was raised by Carl near this city and was an day. Dorris has an excellent pos Garrett melon, average It will thus he ition in the L. & N. Railroad of- seen that Powell couuty can exfices, as has Geo. Littlepage an cel in something, other Clay City boy. Visits Rowan County. Miss Fannie JJountz entertain G. Crabtree, Deputy Game II. ed quite a number of her young Warden, went over to Rowan friends Monday night at the county last week to remind the home of her mother, Mrs. Emma boys that tho State is still look Mountz, near the city. All re ing after the violators ot the game laws. Mr. Crabtree will port a most enjoyable time. visit Menefee and other counties Services will be held at Olay of his district on the same misCity Christian Church Sunday sion, Subject morning at 11:00. Sells two more Fords. "Incarnation." Your presence A. T. Whittj the Powell coun ISO preaching at ty agent for the popular Ford is wanteu. uight, but Christian Endeavor. automobile has sold two more One each to Mr. and Mrs. J. H. O'Rear vis cars this week. Henry Waldrou, the Wnlters-vlll- e ited Mr. O'Jtear's motherrMrs. A. merchant, and Dr. Win. O. E. O'Rear, near Levee Sunday. Martin, and there are others inMaster Harry O'Rear, - who has vestigating the benefits of a car. been with his grandmother for See the Ford advertisement in week, returned home with The Times. them. W. II. Mize, of Osbornp, Kas., Many persons from Powell will is in Clay City, visiting old Ilis. brother, attend thd big Democratic bur-- , frieuds.of Jackson, is here Olark Mizfe, with becuo at Winchester Saturday. him. Mr. Mize left the old Mize The Winchester "follers" who homestead whero Mrs. Emma never do things by halves, are Mountz now resides, some forty prepared to outertain all who will or mOre years ago.: ;Uteud, in handsome style. BPWORTII LBAOUB on-th- wmi u spiuiiuiu oouy oi young people at the opening exercises.- It is the largest body of students who have been present nt the opening Mrs. Fred Blackburn is at Tor of the school. That speaks well rent for .a few days during asthma for the college, especially when it is season. Mr. Blackburn was there known that Stanton will 1lave a graded school which begins next one night this past week. Monday. George Stephen and daughter, Prof, and Mrs. Shearer visited in Ethel, of Montgomery county, were visiting mends and relatives Stanton Monday and attended tho Missionary Conference. Prof Shearin Stanton Saturday and Sunday. er has received a unanimous call The old depot is being moved for another year to preach at his this week to make a place for the home church at Putnam, N. Y. and new one which si to be erected at will leave for their homo Wednesday. once. We will all be proud when The writer visited tho canning we get our new depot. factory and inspected the new maThe writer held the funeral ser chinery for canning tomatoes. Mr. of Fuller has certainly got tho finest vices on the only daughter Mr. nnd .Mrs. Joe Abner who died things there is for canning work. last Thursday. They have only No acids or solder is used as was formerly required nnd been living here but a short time. are canned in so much the tomatoes better way. - John Jellrpy, of Alt. Canaan, has moved his family down to one of the section houses and will work on the railroad, get-the- se A Cwrectfefl. thy Powell County Rond the sale pf bonds, the date of sale is fixed at Sept, 18th, when it should have been" Kept. 22nd, the same day asJlxed for "receiving bids for road on Commie-8lQuadvertis- Ip the advertisement, erT the second page of this issue, in which 6ruction - The bank and postolllco ob served Labor Day .Monday by taking a rest. All others of Clay City and the county observed it by working 10 aud 12 long hours to get money to meet the in creased cost of dire living ex penses! . r Judge Rfddell, of Irvine, was over yesterday, and wentr from here to btanton, where ne ma somebusiuese iu the special term of Circuit Court, II, W. Keet- ing, of the firm Mildren and Keeting, nil operator, of Irvine, . was with hun - Sunday Evening, Sept. 10th, Song, Prayer. 1016. Miss Ethel Duncan. Subject: "The Greatness of God." G. O. Eaton. Mrs. Biirehor. Mrs. Emerson Coulee, and Edmon Searles will come prepared to irivo talks on the subject. Jk nm, i ii'ii JSiinei jonnson. Itev. 1:8 Fnnnle'Mountx, UCor, JQUrMrs.'8m Qnrr. John 8U0 AdslInoJIazelrlKg. dh Kogers. Jioin. Leader: Bonn. o:o--au- Eph..2:4-MariPe- ttit, ) Jesus." Vocal Quartett-4VFrJendsIih- with Report of Seerry Bcaedlctlon. .vr. Most of Stanton attended tho big meeting at Hatcher's Creek Christian Church from Friday to Sunday. A basket dinner was held on tho grounds Sunday and there were fivo or six hundred present to partake of it. Preaching was d6nc Miss Carrio Coldiron, of Hazel by several of tho brethren and a Green, was visiting with her sister, general good time was had. .Tho next meeting will be held tho Mrs, A. T. Stewart, over Sunday. week in September 1917 on first Cat She left for Clay City Moiiday Creek. where she will teafih in the city Miss Childs, of East St. Louis, school. is tho now High School Latin teach for this year; Mr.ohd Mrs. Willie Garrett and er at Stanton College primary teachMiss Hope tho new family were, visiting at Bowcn IaSt er will arrive tho latter part of this week. Mr, Garrett took a big load week to tako charge of her work. of watermelons along with ' him Miss Bertha Cnrvcr, who was tho and disposed of them at Boweri primary teacher for two years past, did not return to Stanton as ex- and Nada. pectcd but is teaching in the IndiRev. George Miller, of Beaver: an Kirkwood Memorial School at Creek, in Menefee, passed through Ganado, Arizona. She orders tho Stanton Friday to tho big meeting Times sent to her so that she might keep in touch with us all here. We on Hatcher'scrcek. Bro. Miller js all miss Miss Carver as she was 80 years- of ago and has been liked very much by tho littlo folks preaching now for about sixty and of courso by all of tho older Mr. and Mrs. James French, of Montgomery county, are visiting their many friends and relatives on Hatcher's creek this week. Also Will French and wife are there vis iting. years.. ones. , 0 . , .4 AW ' THE TIMES. J. E LIST OF CLAIMS JSC Powell County Court of Claims ALLOWED BY TUB CHEVROLET A. Real Automobile. f .s Burgher, Publisher. Held at tho Court House March 3, 1870. mail mat Entered as second-clas- s ter at the Post Ofllco at Clay City, Ky., under the Act of Congress of Anderson, Marion, for team on $ road 1 da; Boone, Jeptha.for work on jail in the year 1808, Blackburn,. T.R., for burial clothes for Lucinda Storms, a pauper, Brink, J. L., for coffin for Lucinda Storms, a pauper, Blackburn, J. B., attending court of claims 2 days, at $3 a day, Cooper, Geo., team on road lday Combs, Wm.M,, services as jailor Dcrickson, II. T., team on road, Snme.reconllnedeedtoBattershell Daniel, Itobt., team on road 1 day uaniei, Alary, keeping &.. u. Daniel, a pnuper, Edwards, O, W., for this amount paid buck on taxes. Ewen, Wni. B., team on road, linn, 1j. Li., team on roaa, Hood, R. F., medical services rendered Susan Alford. Same, tapping A. O. Daniel. 26 times, Samo. medical services rendered A. O. Daniel, Hon, Lycorti8f team on road, Hall, Green H., team on road, Hammand. S. M.. team-oroad. Same, costs paid on sulfas Com. DCiiool (Jommissioner, Hammand, Jas., team on road Howell, Anna, for a pauper, Hardwick, J. K., goods furnished n In Stanton, on the nth and lath days of October, 1875, the County Judge and all the Magistrates of the County being present: Samo for 2 days at court of claims $8 00 00 Morton, Moses, 2 days ol court of 0 00 claims, Abbott, Caroline, for keeping 30.00 Morton. Daniel, keomncr npnro Lucy Cnlmcs, a pauper, 1 A HOME-MA- DE PAPER. SEPT. 7, 1D10. 7 20 5 00 8 77 THURSDAY, Same, as Trustee for A. O.Daniel 10 00 Hoskins.C.N., services as Sheriff 117 30 Hoskins, Win. A., for banisters 2 50 for court house Same, for attending court of 0 00 claims, 2 days at $3 per day, Harrison, W. H., services per bill 05 65 iilcd $101.55 $0 off Hall, Albert, 2 days at court of 0 00 claims. 1 00 Ilutson. Wesley, team on road Jackson, W. D., services as Coun ty Attorney 53 75 Same, for settling with Sheriff, 2 citizen. days 4 00 '50 Knox, Wm., for cattle on road 2 00 In another column we print the Locknane, J. W., team on road 20 00; Maupin, Nancy, a Vital Statistics report of Julv. Martin, Elizabeth, pauper 8 75 a pauper Iu this connection The Times Mastin, Curtis, for services as !.'5 Uountv Judge would like to have, its readers Same, for 2 days settling with 80 Hheriff 4 UO ODserve tnat wnuo tnere were" Wilson says lie is lor. woman's suffrage by individual States Hughes in unqualified vo(,e, terni3 says he is for national wo man's suffrage. The Times is for national woman's suffrage too, as says Hughes. But let's see. In the fall of 1915 proposed woman's suffrage amendments to the constitution of New York and New Jersey were submitted to the voters of those states. President Wilson made a spe cial trip from Washington to Princeton to register and another special trip to vote for woman suffrage, The records of the Board of Elections of New York county fail to disclose that Mr. Hughes either registered or vote'U on this occasion. Furthermore, the records show that since 1910 Mr.Hughes has wholly neglected to vote on any question or for any candidate. This is the highest duty of a 6 00 J 00 Snratt.B.F, med. services for samo 10 00 08 95 HneiiieJU. ueo. for amount of Jus 1 00 county levy to bo refunded 3 00 1 75 Stono.Wm. 8.. forSdavB at court 0 00 of claims 100 24 00 pauper 2000 Nolan. Wm. P.. 2 dava at court of .. j 6 00 claims 1 00 Pitman, J. S., team luce. N. M.. medicaL services fur A. G. Daniel a pauper 79 7(5 Kickctts, J, M., medical services on-roa- d V' 4 00 2 00 1 w 10 00 50 00 10 15 1 50 1 00 1 00 12 25-0- 2 50 4 DO 0 Geo. Friend, Woodward, R. M., team on road 1 00 2 00 Williams, J. W., team on road Walters. H. O.. coffin ' for A. Hut- : 5 00 son, a pauper Wills. L. G.. 2 days at court of ;' 4 00 claims, Young, Wingate, team;o"h road 3 00 W.U. Harrisori,for thifaniount of expense of having tlie claims of this court nrinted in' hand bill 10 00 form, By resolution forCodes 6T Tract ico aud General Statutes for tho Of ficers of the county, estimated 80 00 For legal fees to bo allowed by the Clerk to officers of election for November, 1874, and.Jiay and 101 20 August elections, 1875 J. Ij. Brink, .for putting glass in court house windows, lees what the shutters and hangings will 44 00 sell for, estimated at W. M. Combs, for building a pub 25 00 lic privy, estimated cost For amount estimated, to cover S3 99 incidental expenses Rve Passenger equipped with Self-Start- er and electric lighting system. 35 H. P. Engine, weight 1750 pounds. . - F. O.-- B. Factory $550.00 Seven Passenger Baby Grand Touring Car, 2400 pounds F. ' 0. B. Factory, $750.00. E. H. FULLER, Agent For Powell County, STANTON. KY, 1 It $1.191 02 Total, To meet which it is ordered that the County Levy for the yent 1876 be ns On each titheablc follows, person one dollar nnd. fifty cents, and unon each one hundred dollars worth of taxable property and a half cents ad valorem ';.. Nothing uue the "cotwty from any source. Sheriff reports n sufficiency in his linntLs to pay the claims against the county to tne present time. Amount of claims allowed at October tcrm of court; 1874. $1,218 59 A copy attest: , . W.HsHABBISpi;, Olerk to-w- it: If you're anxious to add-t- o your savings v. " v. V. Just live on a little bit iess 2,255 .deaths in the State report- ea in July, not one or, these were . lf 1 SPOUT SPRING SlepfRoypB onds. -- Your, EA:RNlW,GB,ariB jib kso. important: x a. , -- -" .fneas tnp.ttj Irvine Friday spent thonsandsof dollars-ta-iterest the people in, and for Hugh Sriowden bought 5 which many were treated at the shotes from Asa Burnett for 15. time. This trouble was supMrs. Clyde Townsend ia visit posed to be a mountaineer's dismg ner grandmother, Airs. ease. at Campten. will be It this same report 45-lliar-risso- n, nilll j The Road Cqnimissiorj of PqwV . ;:::;:.:-.r:;.:- it seen that 147 met death in. the page. month of July from violence. Had half the money spent on the attended the Baptist meeting hookworm theory been used in here Sunday and took dinner nnd the proper spirit to compel an I spent the afternoon with friends. observance of liquor and local opKing Bros, have purchased the tion laws rff the State, it might stock of general merchandise of have been possible to have pre Owen Patrick at Kimbrell and vented some deaths from vio- will continue the business there. lence. This seems to us a case of The firm is composed of two straining qt a gnat to swallow a young men, sons of Newton camel. King, of Hargbtt. Our friend, Master CommisThere is strong talleof opening sioner Luther. Stephens, handed road on, new grade from us a poster containing a list of this place to intersect with the claims allowed by tho Fiscal Clark county road at the mouth Court of Powell county at its Oc- of Lulbegrud. .The road now gotober term, 1875, forty-onyears ing there is' a disgrace, and will, ago. It was so interestiug.that we believe, be displaced with a wo read it and it. We s highway. believe every citizen of the coun ty will be interested in its read CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR ing as we were, so we are repro ducing this poster in full on this Sunday Evening, September 10, 1010. e re-rea- Mr. and Mrs. Ch'as. F; Masters and children of Calloway's Greek, ell County, will on the lfith day of September, 1916, at the Court House in. Stanton, Ky., receive sealed bids for the sale of bonds to the amount of 840,000.00, pro ceeds of which are to be Used in tho State Aid road construction. The purchaser to publisli.bon.ds according to the order.for their issue which is, tha-t- the bonds shall uot bo sold for less than par nor to bear a greater rate of interest than 5fo per annum, inter- est payable ,and uonas to run tor u years, redeemable at any time after five years. Bonds to be delivered to purchaser in such installments and at such times as the funds are needed, and to bear interest only from date.of delivery. A. T. KNOXt'. Chairman. Jno. D. Atkinson, Sec.. semi-annually, rj3 Clay City National Bank PAYS 3, PER GENT INTEREST -- .ON v SAVINGS STANTON COLLEfiE, KY. STANTON, d first-clas- STOP THE FIRST COLD A cold docs not ge.t well of itself. ,The process of wearing out a cold Students Admitted at Any Time Subject; Greatness of Pod. 1, How is the greatness of God seen in Gin 1st? In what ways can roan Imitate the ? Blank deeds for sale, - at The greatness 9! God? W-'Much is being said about the What Is spiritual greatness such as Times office, ,", v' t. . railroaders wanting an eight hpur love, more than great power? can day by persons who only work in How life? we use God's great power FLBASS, RETURN. For Oood BarberlHfJ'ry our the county roads eight hours a How can wo bo filled with the ereat the Jat The person jvho A. P. Johnson -' day and grumble all tho' time love of Cod? S. D. of hi revolver and ft la the old stand, next.te the Red they are at it. These road hands, Wtcl during bU last illiiMe, wi)) When angry,. count ten befpre , . River Hotels kindly return the'eame to tke unwhether highway or railroad, both are clamoring for shorter you speak, . if very..angryc6iint Shampeeing and, S calf Trealment dersigned,- "The leyolver wag pearl ' 'j&t'i ten hundred, hours. handled and the wateh was in a ft will be seen that Curtis MasT tin was tho County Judge at that time. It will also bo observed tliat the tax levy for that year was but 12 cents on the hun dred dollars for county purposes.Ihe list shows that teams on roads were then paid 1.00 per day." - It Lesson : Psalms 145 Leader t Willie demons. For answer in the meeting: .What proof do you find of God's greatness? What would you call great love, and how lias God shown that? vII6w is tho greatness of God .aeon, in nature? wears you out, and your cough becomes serious if neglected. Hacking coughs drain the energy and eap the vitality. For 47 years tho, happy combination of soothing antiseptic balsams in ;Dr. King's New Diicovery has heaj'ed coughs and relieoved congestion. Youqg and old can testify to the effectiveness of Dr. King's New Discovery for coughs and colds. Buy a bottle today at your druggist, 50c. adv, One of the Best Schools in Kentucky. Courses in Agriculture and Domestic Science, Review Classes in the. Common Branches will be Conduced tho Term. X throughout 'm' By paying part of their Expenses in Work, Students, may get Rates at the Dormitory.as'low as per Week. $1,-5- 1 M. For Information Write to Rev. J. C. Hanley, Stanton, Ky.. President, 1.' Iie rejvd caeeand to it wa attached a Masonic" 'charm belonging to anotli. ey perm. Mrs. M. ltoec. goW -- . The epi'rit of ortjer U8t rein 'jrj ac- a borne before the children can quire it. it '5' .. A ' - a ' ,t ""- kHjad ) InHigestion and CJramps; "Mlss Emma Now thjs Danville Man has. no Trouble with his Stomach. 't..V--'-- v&if. - ... - " u.Yos sir, I had indigestion and stands at tlio rate of almost 5,- :T fiovnrn nrinma.liflfnrn T tnnU rPnn, 000,000 bottles per year. , won-del- j' :vjac,y Baia .Aira. jopepu These enormous Bales mean wljo- - Jjvod at 00f Boono but one thine and that is merit. " street, Danville, Ky. yi, also, .' 1te:G ec6mm'ended to me :. by my 'eisloT. ; The dizzy spells got better soon after 1 begun taking it and in a little while 'my stomach piuns had almost en- haddfczyspells arid "When the first bottle accomplish, could hardly ' do my work. I es good results a spepnd bottle is really lost, all ambittoifand eiv always, sold. "It) .thousands of : ' -- It is the repeat sales that-couut- . erg'y '. "Tanlac was 1 Jt i - tirely disappeared. 'JTajilac uof only relieved me butf also, benefitted several friends to whom 1 'oudor.sed it It is certainly a line remedy." The wonderful success of Tau lac: is kudwn .to everyone. $Ta. matter where you go Taulac is a -- Tjquseheld word. ot ''merit never before- obtained by a proprietary medicine. The production of Taulac now . It is the"6tory cales people. . have voluntarily come forward with their person-a- l endorsements. These are facts as indisputable as the rock of They prove that Tanlac has relieved stomach, kidney, liver and catarrhal ills. "Tanlac is being.specially introduced in Clay Oity at the store of Eaton & McGufre. obtained in Tanlac niay-.bStuntou at Hardwick & Co.; 1 'GENET Bowes, Doy and King; College Torrent, J. . C.C. Lane, of Itosslyn, was a Hill, Ginter Bros.; Taylor, Day; Irviuer Irvine Drug business visitor here last SaturCo., Genet, Genet Cash Store ; day. "Waltersville, Henry. Waldron. W. F. 5inyth who has been working at Nada, is home for a -- D- - Smith spent I'iersall, have been called home ' mrs, Asa Todd. Sunday with from. Ohio. Presss Spencer shot and killed Mrs. Geo. .DunawUy spent Sunday with her father, Mr. Bud Alvin Hon Sunday afternoon in a quarrol over somo of lion's Bush. Cattle breaking into Spencer's 'Bill Wells bought of J.ohn Hon "was cow for corn field, it is paid. Highloy a on his horse when shot, and is 00.00 said threatened Sponcer'a life. 'Mr. and Mrs. Russell Chris- The tragedy occurred near Spentopher 'spent Sunday With Mrs. cer's homo,and after shooting him Asa Todd.-- , ho and his wifo carried him into 'Mrs. J. F.sSmith is better at their homo. Spencer surrenderthis writing. Sho was quite ill ed to the authorities. Irtst week. Hopkins Culberson, who was Wright bought of Dan dragged from a train here by a John Strange l"sdw, and G 801b. shoats switch stan'd Aug. 20, died Aug. 23, in a hospital at Winchester. for S50. 00. Tom Martin, of Montgomery The body was taken to his home county spent Saturday and. Sun at Hazel Green for burial. His day with his uncle, J. F. Smith. father is here investigating the cause of the accident. He says .John Highloy has sold his place if it were the boy's fault, he on Frames Branch to It. P. Wells wants no damage. His brother for $800. The Highley sale Mon who was also swinging to the day wfta well'attended and things train, says they could not get in sold well. ,. the car, aud the passengers got nice'8-year-ol- d EASTERN KENTUCKY STATE NORMAL SCHOOL, ' : Will not open upen until Sept. Note the date carefully. Indications are that the enrollment will bo heavy. Make your reservations promptly. J. G. CRAB BE, 12, 1910. I L President. FORUET YOUR ACHES Stiff knees, aching limbs, lame back make life a burden. If you suiFer.from rheumatism, t;out, lumbago, neurulgia, get a bottle ot Sloan's Linimont, the universal remedy for pain. Easy to apply ; It penetrates without rubbing and soothes the tender flesh. Cleaner and more elective than mussy ointments or poultices. For strains or sprains, sore muscles or wrenched ligiments resulting from strenuous exercise, Sloan's Liniment gives quick relief. Keep it on hand for emergencies. At your druggist, 2o. adv y T - t T M Hardwick & Co, f ? Semi- - Annual t ? T t Cleaimnce Sale. October, 1910. W. E. Townsend and Richard H. G. ORABTREE, Elder Oleo Purvis began a Hatton, of Wasson Ridge, were Trustee. meeting 'at Hardwicli's Creek here last Sunday. SHINULO .MILL FOR SALE. Christian Church Saturday night; Mrs. Sarah' Holmes went to with good interest and attendLane's Patent; 20,000 daily caCleveland, 0.( last Sunday to join ance. The .meeting continues pacity; in prime condition. Will her husband there. until the middle of next week. sell at a bargain. Wm. Davis, Vaughn's Mill, Ky. Charley Frazier and Mrs. Mary Services each night at 7:30. Ifrazier, of Knowltotij transacted Come one, come all. Advertise in Tho Times. Thursday. business here-las- t Ji. G. Hatton, who has beeu to the tobacco fields of the 'is bttck home- - for a few days.. . Jf'f! . Blue-grass, few days. in through the windows. Failing to got on the last three cars, ire says they took the last chance and swung on the rear of the last car, and when the brakemau came aud put out a red light, would not let them inside. Others claim the boys had plenty of time to get on the train, but neglected to do so. Notice to Creditors. All persons holding claims against the estate of the Fanners Union Supply Co., of Clay City, Ky., are hereby requested to present same properly proven, to the undersigned, Trustee, at Clay Oity on or before the 1st day of . Low Prices and IVe -- Several from erewiU?aitoad " - "Xi. prices oriiSummeFGobds. If you want to .ave money on. your pur?ha5es .take advan- ' tage of this cut price Sale. Remember that . UaptlSt Associatmn:-av unapei wnicn oegins iriaay ' Sept. 8th.. SLADE. jrhfJia have a large stoch of general merchandise, shoes, groceries, etc., and we know -- M ! ." iV i" t ? .Tk ' 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;f If you are needing a Sewing Machine, ndw is your chance, as we are' cutting the . . meeting begins Protracted Monday, the Uth. Everybody iuvited. that by dealing ivithits You Can Save Honey We try to Iceey our stock complete and our aim is io give every customer full value for their money. Give us a trial. . t t Miss Minnie Congleto.n is visit-iliher sister, Mrs. Lula Broad-du- g s, nt Irvine. . Mrs. Robina Bullock, of Lexington, is visitlng'her sister, Mrs. I. H. McDauiel. Henry Waldron KENTUCKY t .1. T" prices on tnem also, wnicn maKes cne price a large per cent lower than you would have to pay a traveling agent whose expenses s purchasers must pay. . 4 1 ! V f I it. na:rawicK T T Co., ! Ky. t ? ? t t t Y " Mrs. Minuie Forkner is able to sit up agaiu after a severe attack of tonsil itis. J. O. Ewon, of Ilazel Green, and A. B. Ewen, of Jackson, visited their mother here last week. -- WALTERSVILLE, Willie Oongleton and two small daughters of Montgomery county, visited relatives here last yveek.. ! Saved Girl's Life "I yant to tell you what wonderful benefit I have received from the use of Thedford's writes Mrs. Sylvanla Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky. "It certainly has no equal for la grippe, bad colds, liver and stomach troubles. I firmly believe .saved my little girl's life. When she had the measles, they went In on her, but one good dose of Thedford's made them break out, and she has had no more trouble. I shall never be without Black-Draugh- t," Black-Draug- ht Black-Draug- ht Stanton, S3 ' ? ' The ice cream supper was well ? patronized. The proceeds will i- Misses Aunio and GladvsWelch of Itosslyn, visited the Misses Cougleton here Saturday aud " Sunday. CALLOWAY'S CREEK. nlar appointmouf at this place Sunday, a large crowd attending. llobt.-Margison, "Bnrtr, Tyleg.W. toIr. and Mrs, Charley latj aflaa&W- - ' - Mrs. Robert Hunt died Thuraday and- - was buried Friday on Wednesday. lower Snd JliU, , ..Misa Fannie. Marison. of; Clark, Barnes, of Millor cpunty, ' was the. 'guest of her Miss Bertha QmK lB vMit,ing( her Qousin,. co'uelns, Misses Nellie and Dorj Margison, lust week. Mrs'.,DauUP Crouch. . nurry Witt attended the funerai of Willie Warford at Richmond W. B.. and : MifiaEvaliiioWnro, of . IInrd unnWafireek U:: x . 51 "is Visit illK. her sis- I VANif'TOL.,. Wfigin-'iAW)lflft'- be used to paint seats and white .vash the church,' which is so sadly in need of attention, Ev- ri i .i uu eryuouy tjiiomu i. .. coaceriieu in the xsburches, as they generally speak for the wholo nojghborliood as to interest and industry of the people. Tliero Is ouiteTa.lot ot sicbuees in the neighborhood at this writ. lugi but all are improving except Wm. Centers. He Is sull'eriug frqm au v'cP-"- f the stomach. H.0 recently returned from the L. Black-draugh- T Jj ,j S IP S'fl1 Vi, Kmua.I'uckott.. Jley. JI. Pt Lowry HUed Ilia Wr8; V ,j ,;J.'y, UW reg- - hospital, they having fulled to do jtft Monday on Vusirieal ' ''3''" '. ''Mre.ruruor Allen awdMrs. Toin Vac Mi "ters, For constlpajlon, Indigestion, headache, dlzil- ness, malaria, chills and Jever, biliousness, and all similar jJJ ht ailments, Thedford's has proved itself a safe, reliable, gentle and valuable remedy, t If you suffer from any of these complaints, try Black- Draught It Is a medicine of known merit. Seventy-fivyears of splendid success proves Its value, Oo?d for vounc and old.. For. sale everywhere Price 25 cents. In my home." Black-Drauge, Jj ' v K - H. 1910: Report Preliminary report for July, Vital Statistics 2,253 460 217 Total deaths, Under 1 year, 1 to 5 years, 05 ycara and over, TubcJoulosis of lungs Other tuberculosis Pneumonia, Hroncho-pnoumonwhooping cough Dlptherla, Group 8carlct fever Meningitis Measles TvnlmM 457 255 82 ia 05 Boone's Creek Association. Boono's Creek Association of Baptists will moot next Tuesday for two days session with the church at Kiddville. Powell's Valloy church is a member of this Association and will have delegates to represent them at P. A. puts new joy into the sport of smoking ! 22 0 1 their annual meeting. Diarrhoea, Diarrhoea, r.. 10 74 2 years) 263 enteritis, (under enteritis, (over 2 years). 84 .45 Notice to Road Contractors. YOU in-sure may live to and never old" enough to feel certa- Influenza (Lagrlppe) Puerperal septicemia Infantile Paralysis Cancer Violence vote, but it's . Pellagra Preventable diseases(under Preventable diseases 05y ears) - 147 County Court House 10 tucky, until 12 o'clock, 872 1916. 822 5 Sealed proposals for the Improve10 ment of State Aid RyaXl No. 89-in 5 Powell County, Kentucky, will 83 by the Uoad Commission at the you'll not know the joy ,and friendly old jimmy pipe or a hand rolled cigarette unless you get on talking-term- s 1 in Stanton, Kennoon, Sept. 22rd, contentment of a Clear Bad Skin From Within. Pimply muddy complexions are due to impurities in the 1)lood. Clear up the skin by taking Dr. King's New Life Pills. Their mild laxative qualities remove the poisons from the system and brighten the eye. A full, free, bowel movement in the morning is the reward of a dose of Dr. King's New LifePilh the night before. At all Dtuggist, 25c. adv. non-gripin- The work proposed to bo done Involves approximately: 42,409.4 cubic yards of oxcavation. 177.2 yards of stone masonry. 62.S2 cubic yards of concrete. 0,830 lbs. reenforcing steel. .cor. G. I pipe. 144 lineal feet 24-in- 270 864 " " " " 18 12 " " " " " " " " g nhpek for 250 must ac A nnrftflpil company each bid submitted. The right to reject any or all bids Is reserved. Plans and specifications may be seen and forms of proposal obtained at the office of I. 8. Boone, County Clerk, Stanton, Kentucky ;also at the Department of Public Roads, Frankfort, Ky. for all the goodness and satisfaction it offers. It is made by a patented process that removes bite and parch You can smoke it long and hard without a comeback! Prince Albert has always been sold without coupons or premiums. We prefer to give quality! Prince Albert affords thelceenesf pipe and cigarette enjoyment! 'And that flavor and fragrance and coolness is as good as that sounds. P. A just with Prince Albert tobacco P. A comes to you with a real reason The Sick. Mrs. O. 0. Daniel, of Snow Greek section, who has been very sick from gall stones, is now able to go about the house again. Mrs. JM. Hiley, of Vaughn's Mill, was taken quite sick very suddenly the first of the week. Her condition, however, is not regarded as extremely serious. DON'T NEGLECT YOUR COLD answers the universal demand for tobacco without bite, parch or kick-back! Notice to Road Contractors. Sealed proposals for the improvein ment of Sta'te Aid Road No. Powell county, Kentucky, will' be received by the Road Commission, at the County Court House in Stanton, Kentucky, until 12 o'clock, noon, Sept. 22, 99-B- .l, rywAr Princo Albert h sold in loppy rod bag, Scg tidy rod tin, J Oct handtomo pound and and tin humidor that eUvor crytaUglaa pound humidor with pongomoUtnor top that hoop tho tobacco in tucA tphndid condition. half-poun- d Introduction to Prince Albert isn't any harder than to walk into the nearest place that sells tobacco and ask for "a supply of P. A.' You pay st out a little change, to be sure,, but it's the cheer-fulle- investment you ever made! the 1916. Neglected colds get worse, infabricated. stead of better. A stuffed head, a 180.3 cubic yards of concrete. tight chest muBt be relieved st acre grubbing. once. Dr. Bell's, 11,903 lbs. reenforcing steel. cor. G. I. pipe. is Nature remedy. Honey and 704 lineal feet 18 200 glycerine heal the irrigated mem.24 60 brane, antiseptic tar loosens, the Pine-Tar-Hon12-in- volves approximately : 20,869.9 cubic yards of excavation. 33,100 lb. steel bridge, 75 foot span, The work proposed to be done in- PRINCE ft J. Reynold Tobacco Co., Winton-Sle- i, national joy smoke N. C Albert 1916 by R. J. fUyaoIda Tobacco Co. Copyright ,A,certiQed;check,;for.$35Qjnustt.ac; "r company oacb bid submitted"" your cold is ordken up" Pleasant The 'right to reject, any or all bid's is reserved. to take, Dr. Bell's Plana and specifications may be seen is an ideal remedy for children as and forms of proposal obtained at the Clerk, I. 8. Boone, At your Drug- office of Kentucky .also CountyDepartwJl as grown-j'ps- . at the Stanton, gist, 25 c. adv. ment of Public Roads,Frankfort, Ky. -- -- 1 I - mTM r jf- . -v . m , - "T. ... v ' iff f : ... 4- -- -. 'fT-i-'"x "i " - Nj "WE USE" A s&L DANIEL BOONE AXLE GREASE ' THE UNIVERSAL CAI s And don't have to grease but once a , week, New Prices August 1, 1916 The following prices fpr Ford cars will be effective 01 and after August 1st. 1916. -- . fade h Kentucky by CHAS.'C. STOLL OIL CO. Lexington, Ky. Chassis r . . . Runabout Touring Car Coupelet. Town Car Sedan . . . . . . .. . . . . 1 $325 j: I 345 360 ,505 59 5 645 s S "si ti t. - S' ..f. . I 4 ir Fall 4m" " N ew r- . o. b. Detroit ' - i These prices aro positively guaranteed against any reduction before Auglst, 1917, but there is no guarantee against an ' advance in price at any time.,', . (j. ; t ' -- 5 Millinery You Ti If 11 A.T. WHITT, AQEOTv KY, - CLAY CITY, I have leceived my Fall Showing of Millinery which I invite You to call and inspect before buying. will find here the LATEST STYLES and prices Preaching at Static. Camp. Eldor L. F. Martin, 'left Tuesday for Station Oatnp OhrUtian he church. Estill countv.-wherwill assist in a revival meeting of two weeks' duration? e that are bound to please You. MRS. W. J. MOUNTZ. . r Advertise In The;' Times.. Elder Oleo Purvis returned Friday night from a meeting at. Elmville, Ky. He reports a good meeting, one of the bwt in the history of the church, many be ing' tatned away. 22 names were " v membership added to -- Stunton College is one of. the best schools in Kentucky. Remember this when you plan to send your'uqn or daught.er into, J e another county to school. lionie so home can patron, Pat-touiz- ize you.. ' " 4. VI it