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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): September 14, 1916 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1916 cla1916091401_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 14, 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. X 1 OLAYl' CITY TIMES i i J. E. Burgher, Publisher. VOL. XXI. . We are Here to- - Help Clay City the Surrounding Country and Ourselves. .14, PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. OLA OITY, KY., THURSDAY, SEPT-EMBE- R J9I6. NO. 37 Miss Mila Knox, of Nada, has been employed to teach in the graded school of Stanton. Mila is a splendid teacher and the town board is to be congratulated on getting her. Rev- - Alonzo Willoughby passed through Stanton on his way from his home on Spruce Creek to Dundee where he will begin a protracted meeting for Rev. J. H. Johnson, of Flcmming county. To Work Road. McClurkin Makes Rich Strike J. H. McUlurkin, who has been The citizens living on the Esvery octivo and persistent in his till county road will meet at the Eenrch for oil around Clay Uity bridge Friday (tomorrow) mornhas "struck it rich" at last. lie ing to begiu cutting down the purchased about 100 acres of Olu- - river hill to 5 per cent grade and born and Pleas Tipton, about half turnpiko it before the bad weatha mile north of Fitchbnrg Furn- er sets in. This hill has blue ace, and organized the Furnace clay top surface and each winter Oil Co., which is composed of gets more impassable. The Road prominent Blue Grass citizens. Commission will improve this seat road in conjuncMr. McOlurkin owns 200 shares interest in the com- tion with the people, but before pany. Their first well was brought their plans can be perfected now be too late in Tuesday, being only 827 feet with the State, deep, and the oil is flowing over to fix this hill'for service this the casing. Experts pronounce winter a'ndjtha't is what the peoit one of the best wells ever drill ple want." It is urged of ull who ed in the Irvine field, and it is are interested in this road to thought to be good for 250 to 800 come out promptly aud help put barrels daily. Mr. McOlurkin it in repair. has refused an oiler of $80,000 Presbyterian Church. cash for the property. The rite of baptism will be obAttend Association. served Sunday morning. Com. The Boone's Creek Baptist Asmunion service on the 24th. All sociation held a most interesting the members are urged to be , annual meeting with the church present at as well at Iiiddville Tuesday and Wednes- as those who wish to worship day of this week. Mr. and Mrs. their God. To fail' in developF. P. AdamB, Mr. and Mrs. D. D. ing this side of our life is to lose T i J. una ... fc! lutia uuiiuuuu it meuuiig ua the best things of it, because man messengers from Powell's" Valley is religious iu spite of himself Baptist church. The) Association and will never be will Jbe beldnext year with Prov with life uutil be. does provide idence church in Clark county on M eec ttUk ill one-fifrh, these-services1 1 really-satisfie- d i li Assessment Commences. STANTON. (By P. O. Dcrthick.) Aspessor Jas. W. Wool-er- y Deputy has begun his work in this W. F. Adams is in Lexington for end of the county. Mr. Woolery a few days on business. is nn old hand at the pump and it is hoped. that ho and his chief, Mrs. R. Hall, of Lexington, is Mr. Frazitfri'Will in some way in- visiting Mrs. Sis Hall this week. duce some of the unloyal taxMrs. S. K. Baird, and daughter, payers of .the county to assess of Gordonton, visited her parents their property at what is its near last Friday. worth so that the State will not Rev. Bert Martin, of Spruce have to raise, all o,f us to keep the Creek, held services on Hatton total assessment something close Creek Sunday. up to what it has been in former years. Everybody knows, that - Miss. Margaret Ncrton arrived the property value of, Powell homo last week from a visit to relcounty has advanced in the past atives in Winchester. few years, but the assessment John Creed and Colson Blackshows a decline. Something is burn are attending the State Fair wrong, and ."how is the time to at Louisville this week. correct thatywrong. Mrs. Fred Blackburn arrived from Torrent after several days visit to NEals Snow on Pike's Peak. that famous health resort. While the people of Powell Mrs. Minnie Thomas and her county werer8weltering with heat Monday,- our countyman, N. daughter, Martel, are spending a last V. Rose, who is sojourning iu few days at Crab Orchard. Colorado, wsb on Pike's Peak in W. K. Harding, of Winchester, is that State queuching his thirst holding a series of meetings at the by eatiug snow. He also visited Christian Church this week". the famous Cripple Creek gold Miss Hope, of Pennsylvania, has mines wherehe descended a nn'ue arrived and is teaching the Primary shaft 600 feet iuto the earth and grades this year at the College. there penetrated the interior of R. C, Hall and E. H. Fuller re the mines to- $ distance of 1,200 turned from Jgiaigton all enthused mile jpr yearly oBe-quart- The new fence has been all put up on three sides of the cemetery. The writer paid out $50.70 all told. hoptJd'that the balance of the money needed to put up the fence in front will be raised so that we can put it up before winter comes. It-i-s On September 4th there arrived of Rev. and Mrs. J. T. Adams a little visitor who will make at the home her home with them. She arrived on the same day of the month as the first baby who came one year ago so that there will be a double birthday at the same time. The depot will have been moved before this reaches the reader and the new depot will be begun at once. We are looking forward with great interest to the new building. It is to be erected on the same place as the old Aeajnly it will be placed er fay thi tivitv in local buying. The large farmers below are not going to be long without cattle on their farms and thev do not raise them, but depend on the mountains for V done to make tne air a success. Miss Hattie Hardwick, the beau .in nreaided at the inquiring our office a small bunch tiful daughter of Mr. and Mrs. trUl of Press Spencer UBt Thurs beans which are as fine as the Wm. H. Hardwick, and Mr. E. U. beans day for the killing of Alvin Hon writer ever sw. grow. Soy Cowgill, a fine hustling salesman of crop to improve in which. Spencer's bond was are a very fine a Lexington firm, were married equal placed at $5,000. The 'quire the land, and make a feed Monday morning, at breakfast like an old to cow neas and cloven They performed the duties hour, bv the writer. They left oh peas lmnd and at this trial demon will not grow so well as cow the morning train for Louisville they will strated his capabilities. Judge ou thin laud", but where where they will take in tho State a relative of Hou's grow they produce a much greatKnox was 'air. We wish them much joy and acre, and wife and could not Bit in the er quantity of feed per Happiness as they start out on this case. Attorney A. T. Stewart fully as good quality. journey of life together. assisted County Attorney A. H. Special Courts. The Missionary Bible Conference, Norton in the prosecution, while A special term of the Estill :ield at tho Presbyterian Church, J. D. Atkiusou represented the Circuit Court was held at Irvine tho past week was a great success defendant. last week to adjust some disand thoroughly enjoyed by all who Drilling Stops. putes over oil territory. In the attended. It was a week of refresh oil on Edwiu same week we had a special term The drilling for ing and a drawing closer to God linse'a nlace uear town has ceas in Powell for such purposes. to his combatant. Tom Centers returned Mon- - and the awakening of a new mission Mr. ed after sinking a well down but There is still much territory Appraisers at Work. dav from Hazel Green where ho at ary spirit in our lives. Dr. Kyle, of 850 feet. The natives here know claimed by different parties, but gave some splendid T. G. White, H. G. Orabtree tonded the Baptist Association Xenia, O., addresses, and gave a but little about the oil business, jn the meantime those persons in and Jas. B. Hall, have been nam meeting on Laurcll Creek, in Wolfe most of them who have had possession of the property go but message each time that was a help appraisers, of the Pearsito county. hole9 suuk to 6uoh shallow depth merrily on getting the oil out of edas to all who heard him. Rev. Mr. Company, uow in the hauas or. a The examining trial of Press feel that they have hud uo teBt Mother Earth just so iaat as is receiver. They are now busy go- Baldinger, of Pittsburg, gave a Spencer for the killing of Alvin Hon Wednesday night of the field. Oil is not found in possible. ing over the property trying to was held last Thursday anu no was splendid address Square" that wo "Standing Four other fields until a depth of 2000 arrive at its fair value. A sale held under 85,000 bond" which he on Sells School Houses. wish every Christian man and wo feet la reached, and ft may be necessarily follow, but the furnished. The Department of Education will here at that depth. man had heard. We wish everybody yet been named Saturday sold the old sohopl build- - date has not Miss Grace Maxwell left Mon- - could havo heard what ho said on T. Wliitt, the trustee. Powell Girl Wins. l(iv for Lcxincton where she wi tho "Observance and desecration of in ea at Waltersville aud Darlings- - by A. of Misa Beatrice Blouut, ville in. the two districts recently enter Translyvania University. &no Tho Lord's Day." It put many of Getting Started Early. motner attended the Muskingum put together in one subdistrict. Dejtiocratio was accompanied by her us to shame to think how wo treat '8nmmer School at Now Concord, J. N. Burgher bought tho Darl- - There are fourteen A. T. Knox. that day and deny our Lord and Jailor in Mont Mrs. candidates for O., wou first honors in a publio ingsvillo house for 820, while Itrnmerv county Master by the way many of ua obaud it is yet one Win. Stcnhens. J. S. Ewcn, Rom serve it. Wo trust that wo can epeakiug contest of the school iu Lewis Martin purchased theWal-teravill- e primary. The office which 'fourteen contestants par- property for $80. Tho year till the ulus Jackson, A. J. Martin, and have another one of theso Bible always brings out more tho opening oi tno io jjuji.. land upon which these housea of jailer ticipateu. ftiisBiiiouuv Conferences next year. They are county than others attended College, which shows stood, by conauiona oi hioubcub, candidates in every Campaign at Winches Democratic .of.Stantou an inspiration to any community. any other. ter last Saturday. the excellent drilling of this revert to, the original pwners. Miss Hunter, of Versailles, de fn Mnnntz brOUCllt to tlllS of school. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Sowell and lighted tho children with her wonJoe Allen, of Campton, was in flc the finest specimens of millet visited with derful stories at the morning session The Clay City High School will home ur hnva seen this year. The daughter, of Jackson, and the city Saturday, en route ana wcro of tho conference. nrfiratlize & basket ball team wtnon sterna are more than six feet long homo folks over Sunday of their sisgames with with a fine Norman horse 'present at tho wedding prepare to play match ' (Continued on Last Paso) he had purchased in Indiana and and tho heads are unusually large dtuer teams in neighboring brought through, ter, Misa Hajtio Hardwick. and;long also. nrressive-xrorer- s, uruum i of soy shaking htAitW.Jilh all the boys who are glad to see him. Mrs. Mollio Crawford, and daugh ter, Martel, returned last week from Irvine and Winchester and is visiting her parents this week. their supply. Guv Watson returned from Mc- Shooting at Iron Mound. Roberts4 Sunday to again enter The report comes from Iron Stanton College and he brought his Mound that Howard Hill, mer younger brother with him. chant, and James Stone, black Mr. Tom Conlee was in Lexing smith, encaged in a quarrel which ton last week to see ft specialist for resulted in Hill shooting out one trouble. Mr. Conlee has not of Stone's eyes with a shotgun his been well for several days. and wounding him iu the log with nnnthcr discharge of the Miss Maxio Johsnon. who gradu shotgun ated from here two years ago, passed gun. Stone also used a and shot Hill in the face, severe throueh Stanton yesterday on her ly burning the skin, being so close way to enter State University. Stan-ton.wh- o . " towns. i. THE J. E, Burgher, TIMES. Publisher. mail matEntered as second-clas- s ter at tho Post Ofllco at Clay City, Ky., under tho Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. A HOME-MA- DE PAPER. SEPT. 14, 1010. THURSDAY, The poor train accommodations and the poor mail service in the afternoon seems to be getting on tho nerves of nil tho business men of Clay City, Stanton and the traveling public. Country people going from L.& E. stations to Winchester, Mt. Sterling and Lexington are getting tired of having to go home in the dark after getting off the night trains that used to come early enough in the afternoon to get home before night. Tho L. & N. has a combination service over the W. & I. and L. & E. that rightly belongs to the L. it E. alone. This neglect of public service was made possible when theL. & N. was allowed by the State authorities to illegally acquire the L. & E. We predicted then that such service would be imposed upon the people when over it was to theL. & N.'s ad vantage to do so. Give a rail road an inch and thoy will take a mile. Wo are entitled to as good service today as we had ton mania after entering the war, like all tho other lighting nations, was to stop the sale of liquor, which of course means to stop drinking it. The countries have learned that men cannot, do good fighting, scientifically, full of liquor. In this country tho boys do most of their fighting after gotting tanked up on liquor. But, then our boys kill by retail, while across the ocean thoy purpose to murder by the wholesale, and only the leaders need to prop their "spirits up by putting spirits down." The sober man must do the real fighting, since the in toxicated man in the army, as in tho country, is too apt to kill his best friend because it comes handy, and it is often his idea more to do plain killing, regardless of who it is, instead of slaying the Sale of Road Bonds years ago, but we ara not getting n. Tho Road Commission of Powell County will' on the 22nd day of September, 1016, at the Court House in Stanton, Ky., recoive sealed bids for tho snie of bonds, to the amount of .840,000.00, pro- ceeds of which are to be used in the State" Aid road construction. The purchaser to publish bondB nccording to tho order for their issue which id, that the bonds shall not be sold for less than par nor to bear a greater rate of in terest than 5fo per annum, inter and est payable bonds to run "for 00 years, at any time after five years. Bonds to bo delivered to purchaser in such installments and at such times as the funds are needed, and to bear interest enemy only. only from date, of delivery. If tho wurring nations will keep A. T. KNOX, Chairman liquor away from them after the sacredly as Jno. D. Atkinson, Sec. close of the war as they are during the war, the cost STOP THE FIRST COLD of the war at its tremendous toll A cold docs not get well of itself of property and blood, will be an The process of wearing out a cold insignificant consideration, and wears you out, arid your cough be though appalling as it is, we comes serious if "neglected. Hack should envy the day that kept ing cougliB drain the energy and this country from the wrangle. sap the vitality. For 47 years the But, it is not the purpose of the happy combination of soothing an war to everlastingly stop the use tiseptic balsams in Dr. King's of liquor. A great pity that it New Discovery has healed coughs is not. Young and relieeved congestion. and old can testify to the effect Judge Kirk, who is contesting for the Appellate Republican iveness of Dr. King's New Discovnomination for Court of Appeals ery for coughs a'nd colds. Buy a has proposed that both he and bott'e today at your druggist, 50c adv. Judge Sampson step aside and let or Judge Willis, Judge Gourley, WHY WE WANT WILSON. some other Republican be named (ByB.F.TCincaid.) bv committees that know enough expenses Now listen, dearMends, relatl law to file, a semi-annually, CHEVROLET A Real Automobile. T Five Passenger equipped with Self-Start- er and electric lighting system. 35 H. P. Engine, weight 1750 pounds. F. 0. 0. B. Factory, $550.00 Seven Passenger Baby Grand Touring Car, 2400 pounds F. B. Factory, $750.00 E. H. FULLER, Agent For Powell County, STANTON. KY. If you're anxious to. add to your savings, MLof ave notwe a Presidentvvith sniriT Jserv--raTTibn neartr While the Republican breth tlie BervicO Will COmn out nf mara Now if Teddy had Id's way wo all well cpmpetition. And the mileage ren are wrangling, the Demcrats will go down to what it used to are smiling, and Judge Hoberson Wo would shoulder our guns and pull is sowing wood. The Democrats And iur luuxico. be $20 per thousand miles. while we'd bo lighting and bleed- elected their man four years ago, PAYS 3 PER GENX INTEREST JTo'd be in Africa shooting a pet lion, .'The day at Winchester Satur and there is hoping again. " From Abraham Lincoln to Wm. H.Taft day was a big event. Thousands ON SAVINGS" The election of school trustees The Q. O. P. has had gaft. were fed and entertained. Vice; will come up in a few days Hut HU912 1 think it was the time. ITosident Marshall and select There is considerable optosition When we landed old Wilson assisted others were specially entertained uy uryan. by private dinner. The Demo, to consolidation of school dis And up to this time we've had pleasure auu peucu crat of that city refers to the tricts and building larger 6ohoo special dinner as a "little error", houses on account of tho bad And wo are not afraid of Germany, and truly it was.. Tho Demo-crati- roads to travel in tho winter Toddy thought his moose would make party has always been the months, and on account of the But a creat hit. he ran against a rooster and got 111a UVUU BMUt, party of tho common people, and necessity to keep tho school tax county to the present Inch Now, ic win continue to be, regardless in the if you don't watch it will bo sov- limit. If the people will first Mft veil ro ofJhe blunders made by a few of ftnd out how the candidates for Before tho old moose dets out of his STANTON, KY. jt8 members occasionally. creara. Tho trustees "stand on the proposition And puts the old party" under tho capi- Times believes that no one man is better than another any fur. and vote only for those who are And aain puts America back on tho Students Admitted at Any Time for a continuation of accessible .1 fllAI f til II yln Im i UUUli i t y. "o iiwuui uuu precepts schools and a lower tax, the ques Jtfst think for a moment you can say place him. Position does not wlitif. vnn tion will bo solved. One of the Best Schools in Kentucky. make the man, or add one iota of But since we've had- - Wilson Powoll couniy-getting aplke. io mo reai man. tie A splendid correspondence Now watch what I tell you and see If I Courses in Agriculture and Domestic Science. must make himself from his own came from Bowen this week am ritrlit The way Whitt will sell Fords will bo acts and deeds. which wo desired to print so Review Classes in the Common Branches . will be Conduced throughout uiiu more rigni. Under all events the day at much, but as no name was signed the Term. And ono more thing we must all reWinchester was a big day and and as there was nothing con added hundreds of votes to the neoted with the letter by yluch There will be an election this coming By paying part of their Expenses m Wott Students may get LIUVUIIIULT. '.i i e. n ticket despite this "little error". we could identify the writer," it So while all tho polls me r ww at iU Lsi'tmuyiy; as Iiuv 5 pi.O per iv WCcK. wherever you The best interests of the party was, of necessity, cast In the UI U UL. Don't be afraid to say you'ro a snoiim not suiter because of the waste basket. For Information rite to mistakes of the few. Democrats We again take occasion to warn And vote under tho rooster till he crows again are voting for Wilson and as Mar all persons writing items for pub". And gets 8 hours for tho working men, shall said, "when the kite goes lication in Tho Tuneo. that, tlmv Now this little toast I'll bring to a up h win taite tno tail up too." must sign their name; not that Stanton, Ky. The Times can countenance no wo win nrint It. hilt, flint wa mav Tho rest of the race you can easllyupknow who is responsible for, the distinction at any time between matter. A bird In the hand is worth two In tho uusii, the noh and poor; tho man high By a recent net of Congress all So while we have the man and plenty in office and tho plain citizen. Kentucky is first in the yield Ul UUBII, For dood Bartering Try yV,Q.( are all tho same, and any widows of civil war veterans can Let's not ftot silly and act so moan of tobacco; first in tho vield of A. P. Johnson recognition of difference is un- now draw a pension, whereas a And swap "plug" horsis whllo crowing nomp, and now is the tenth State democratic. former Jaw provided ouly for la the eJJ stand, next. to the"U4 in the production of corn. show. . Vo, ' " wiVlr0.'D ttiof. urorn nnitii1 t Rlvw- - HotM. . Dou!t.forget to pit", the roads in ing a yield last year of oyer 115,. .... . . yne.,of'the flrstiactsjof vitou-- i oiaV. ers prioMo Juno'7, 1800 i .?T !... ran a if . ti.liifn iv 10 jrw t lime. ; 000,000 bushels. SlwiH(i:aflJ Scalp Tratmt l'u n iitt w. uui-jik- u Clay OiiyMt - the-whol- e JV' v 4 c STANTON COLLEGE, HL--n s - - Pi. 1 . Rev. J. C. Hanley, President, - ! I nl-- J ' 4&J V.' . .4 fMrsT Wilson of Oexihgton, Ky. Says. ,fI .advise everyone who has Stomach ills to try ik' 4 "I have taken several bottles of Titnlac and feel greatly, relieved," declared Mrs. Cynthia Wilson, GOG east Sixth street, Lexington. I really feel that I cannot praise it enough for what it has done or ine." I advise everybody who has sfoinuch trouble' to give produces it is a triumph chemical genius. No remedy on-su- ch Of was ever coin-pound- usefulness. a wido scope (lf Tanhtc is especially a stomach, kidnev and liver rein edy with power to stimulate the mucous membranes. jt a trial." Tanlac's great success in relieving ailments similar to Mrsi Wil son's has tempted many to it but there are no other medicines like it. To obtain Taulac the makers searched the world (or urn-tato Tanhc is being specially introduced in Clay City at the store of Eaton & McUuiro. Tanlac may be obtained in Stanton at Hardwick & Cq.; Bowe::, Day and King; College Hill, Ginter. .Bros. ; Torrent, J. Taylor Drfy; Irvine, Irvine Drug Co., Genet, Genet Cash Store; It is made of the best the earth Waltersville, Henry Wuldron. Wanted Man post 30 with, horse Sells Cattle. and buggy to sell Stock Condition Judge A, T. Knox some weeks J. W. Mize bought of Dan Powder in Powell county. S'dary Strange 2 nice calves 5 months 80 per month. Address 9 Indus- ago sold to J. S. Ewen, of Stanton, thirty-fiv- e head of old for. $85.00. trial Bldg., Indianapolis, Indiana. steers at 7 cents. These cattle Miss ftfaud McKinney, of Win will be weighed up tomorrow. CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOH Chester, is visiting her cousin, FORUOT YOUR ACHES Miss Hoyt Mize. Sundny Evening, Supt. 17th, 1010. Topic: Little Clmnces to Help. Stiff knees, aching limbs, lumo J. F. Smith and Lloyd Todd Heading: Exodus 17 back mako life a burden. If you spent Sunday with the hitter's Leader: Grnnt Frazicr. sulfer from rheumatism, gout, lumbrother, Asa Todd. For answer in tho meeting : bago, neuralgia, get n bottle ot What Wo are having a good meeting help? kind of persons most need our Sloan's Liniment, the universal at the Christian church, a large In what spirit mny help bo given so remedy for pain. Easy to apply; as to be spoiled? crowd attending each service. penotratos without rubbing and Whnt is thu most helpful way of help- it , Charley-Martinof Montgom ing othurs? soothes the tender llesli. Cleaner-anery county, spent Saturday night . What is the most helpful deed yon more effective than muesy with his uncle, J. F. Smith, and have ever witnessed? ist's most inspires ointments or poultices. For strains Whnt suy lug of Chi spent Sunday with his aunt, Mrs you to be helpful? or sprains, sore muscles or wrenchWhat are wo to do if our offers of Asa Todd. ed ligiments resulting from strenuhelpfulness are repulsed? lion- - can we get wisdom for helping ous exercise, Sloan's Liniment G. W.vBush took a crowd of others? Keep it on What is the best way to grow in the gives quick relief. young folks to Lexington for an power of helpfulness? hand for emergencies. At your outing Sunday in his auto. Those How does Christian Endeavor work druggist, 2&c adv making the" trip wero Misses Mat-ti- help us to bo helpful? Kiinio a way of being helpful in and Hoyt Mize, Misses May speech? and Pearl Wells, Mrs. Jas. Isaac Name a way of being helpful with WHEN YOU WANT money. and Harley,Mize. All report a How does tlie Bible lieln one to lie A SHAVE OR HAIR CUT helpful? gay 000-pound 3. VAXiaHN'S MILL. e time. OR ANY f f Hardwick & Co. t ? f r f Clearance Sale. f Semi-Annual SPOUT SPRING TREES. TONSORIAL WORK CALL ON H. H. FHERIGO. Thos. Curtis continues at a low Fruit and Ornamental trees, stage and seems to be gradually Shrubs, Grape Vines, Rhubarb, As- growing weaker. W. J. Christopher, Sr., of Pilot paragus, Peonies, Phlox, Roses, etc. View, spent a few days with his sou, ltusselj,. last week. EVERY TIUNG FOR ORCHARD, THE WINCHESTER of Winchester, BANK, Ky. $100,000 $200,000 Alfred Crow has been right sick for the past ten days, though he is still able to go ubout. Mrs. W. L. Byrd and children returned Tuesday from a two weekB LAWX AND GARDEN. NO AGENTS Capital Stock Surplus and Undivided FREE CATALOGS Profits & Sons. N. Holly Witherspoon, W. R. Sphar President. Cashier. Oar Semi-Annu- al Clearance Sale visit to" is now relatives at - H. F. Hillenmeyer Lexington, Ky. YOUR ACCOUNT SOLICITED. fcsEfddie Burgher and broth- 1 4 irt .differentlines 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 you would have to pay a traveling agent whose expenses 1 W. L. Jackson, of,Vaughu'Millj , aji we a large stoo7c apevat mer f f were among the number to the bij: Democratic opening at-te- at Winchester Saturday. Henry Elkin, of West Liberty, is here with his son, Isauc Elkin. Mr. Elkin, Sr., is .interesting himself in some real estate in this portion of the county, and if he is so good a citizen as hisson, (and wo are sure ho is) we are very anxious that ho buy and move into our midst. Wo failed to report the organization of a Sunday School at the 'school house the lirst Sunday afternoon in September, in which II. F. Christopher was selected Superintendent, II. K. Blanton instructor in tho Bible class; Mrs. Fruley and Miss Virgie Sew-el- l teachers in the intermediate and primary classes respectively. ORPHANS' HOME ITEMS. chandise, shoes, groceries, etc., and we know that by dealing with us You Can Save Money We try to Jceey our stoeh complete and our aim is io give every customer full value for their money. Give us a trial. t T T ? t f f T t f I Hardwick & Co.,. f T ? T - Ky. I Stanton, t f fttm Aturfectoll purchasers must pay. ? Y Henry Waldron WALTERSVILLE, - - KENTUCKY :rvr. It Always Helps says Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., in writing of her experience with Cardtil, the woman's tonic She says further: "Before 1 began to use Cardul, my back and head would hurt so bad, I thought the pain would kill me. I was hardly able to do any of my housework. After taking three bottles of Cardul, I began to feel like a new woman. I soon gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework, as well as run a big water mill. I wish every suffering woman would give a forelthersir-cooloJ- l ttt m ri 1'he best lubricatwi. without carbon Received a box of clothing from Mt. Sterling, Ky, Presbytery mot at Lexington last week and during our stay wo had the privilege of visiting the Koform School at Groendale. The ladies of Clay City 6peut another aftomoon helping sew for the children and also provided about forty shirts, for tho boys. We wish to extend our hearty thanks to nil those wh helped in securing the shirts. They made them smile, water. 4.- oil w men1 vLnia Crude. A nale. thin. hlah lire faoda f rrlv. Pot ttlvelr free from carbon. Oit four Ant nimtinM Af rmA Klil. ot Ka i rjjkutn Otlulll fuf. nlih TKT.a one 55 gat. too barrel with faucet, fine to ueo by you for permanent (tortse. Price ot oil In itM bib., 46c ptr (tllta. Oiin It.a at'mi iwlh., cip CHAS. C ST01L OIL CO. "Edi!uw", Hwtifol U il n?lKjfriJ.tatt:Uti. J.'i S rru4. kud nO. truuaUUoi oil. n ini rrrr inwii -. CARDUI The Woman's Tonic ut r SUINULQ .MILL FOR SALE. Farm and Shoes for Sale. Lane'a Patent; 20,000 daily c'a. Got the Price Wrong. A nica.faira of 50 acres at Spout pacitv; in prim.e condition. Will Wm, Wells purchased the John Spring, and 500 stock of shoes. Bell at a bargain, Highloy place ou Frames Brtfuch Goo!l 'dwelljH)j; yoV. watered and Wm,, Davis, Vaughn's Mill Ky. ' fo'r$400Jnsteadof $800 closS" to ciurehw and eohoolv A lovely ram fell thia,morning as at. lirst reported The farni is w l; iryRD,a bargain at the.prica.puid.. Sput, Spring , Ky, settling tbo obuoxioua'dutt. v Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness, feelings, etc, are sure signs of womantired, worn-oly trouble. Signs that you need Cardul, the woman's tonic You cannot rhaKe a mistake In trying Cardul for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing women for more than fifty years. I still use Cardul when I feel a little bad, and it always does me good." a trial last-we- ek Get a Bottle Today! JM "A sr' V ' rj,-- ' .1 V" - tv ;4 , ' dilapidated, eye sore, always falling Mr. and Mrs. John Hisle, of down rail and board fence over Richmond, are visiting relatives grown with weeds and briars and m the county. forever being broken through by The family of T. G. White vis- cattle and horses. We trust that ited Mr. White's brother, B. P. you will have enough pride about White, near Winchester over you now that you willwant to bcc Sunday. the front fence put up. We must raise more money for that in order F. B. Russell, of Louisville, is to do this. Let us raise it at once in the city attending a meeting and get it up this fall if possible. of the directors of the Olay City If everyone who has relatives buriNational Bank. ed in that cemetery would give, Edward Rose has returned from their share we could have plenty to Frankfort where he has been for put up the front fence. It is dethe past six months as a guard in sired to put up a much better fence in front than we put on the three the penitentiary there. Bibes. The writer has paid out J. H. Dawson, the popular $50 70 for the fence that has alWinchester Roller Mills sales-ma- ready been put up. There is only is in the city looking after about $8 left to start on the front his extensive business here. fence. How much are you in on N. Taylor, E. C. Nail, your part in this front fence? All Elds.fP. and T. P. Edwards, of Irvine, doing our part quickly and cheerpassed here Monday en route to fully will soon raise the needed the Baptist Association meeting amount. The more money we raise tho better fence we can put at Kiddville. up in front. It will take at least Editor Louib Pilcher, the $100 to put up the cheapest kind newspaper man, has re- of an iron fence in front and we turned to bis native town of ought to have at least $200 to put Nicholasvillo and taken charge of up the fence we want. the editorial department of the Notice to Creditors. News. All persons holding claims This, office had an agreeable call Saturday from Prof. Hanley against the estate of the Farmers and Dr. Johnson, of Stanton. Union Supply Co,, of Olay Oity, With them was Dr. Joseph Kyle, Ky., are hereby requested topre- n, well-know- Owen Patrick, former rher Billy Lano, Mrs. T.Qt. White, chant and at present posmaster Harry Russell and Miss Ethel T. J. Kirk was in Lexington at Kimbrell, was transacting bus Johnson, Mr. .and Mrs. A. T. yesterday. Have you noticed how nice the iness in.tho city Thursday. Whitt, Mrs. Win, C. Martin and others whose names we did not Rope new cemetery fence looks now that R. W. Garrett and Edwin BPWOR.TH LEAGUE the three sides have been put up? learn, motored to Lexington were in Richmond Monday. If you haven't take a walk out that Sunday Evening, September 17, 1010. Thursday night to see the famous Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Searles way and sec. It looks so much Song. play "Birth of a Nation." Prayer. visited Winchester yesterday. better than that old, ramshackled, Song. Local Brevities STANTON. (Continued from First Page) While,., play fug, base: -- Jjall-.- at school Monday, diobt. Ke'mion, son of J. M. Kenuou, was struck in the eye with a ball which' e) swelled the optio as to cause htm to bo out of school for a few days DON'T NECILECT-YOU- COLD Leader : Pimply, muddy complexions are due to impurities in the blood. Luke 21 4 Adalene Hazelrigg. Clear up the skin by taking Dr. How tho battle went, and why. Mra. Burgher. King's New Life Pills. Their mild Great Folks must depend on small laxative qualities remove the poisones Mra. Emerson Conleo. ons from the system and brighten Anxious to do big things Mrs. :l-Cas-sidy. uon-gripin- Subject: Little Ohnnces to Help. 1 Cor. 1:20-8- 1 Ethel Johnson. 2 Kings, G Esther Searles. Mrs. L. W Searles. Clear Dad Skin From Within. How the Lord estimates our service. Mr. McOluro. The Story in song. Report of Secretary. Benediction. the eye. A full, free, bowel movement in the morning is the reward of a dose of Dr. King's New Life Pill i the night before. At all Dtuggist, 25o. adv. g Neglected colds get worse, of better. A stuffed head, a tight chest must, be relieved st once. Dr. B3ll'& Is Nature's remedy. Honey and glycerine heal the irritated membrane, antiseptio tar loosens tho phlegm, you breathe easier and your cold is nroken up. Pleasant to take, Dr. Bell's is an ideal remedy for children oh At your Drugwll as grown-i'iS- . adv. gist, 2oe. Pine-Tar-IIone- y Pine-Tar-Hone- y Notice to Road Contractors. Sealed proposals for the improvement of State Aid Road No. in Powell Countr. Kentucky, will be re ceived by the Road Commission at the County Court House in Stanton, Kentucky, until 12 o'clock, noon, Sept. 22nd , 09-A- .l, New 1010. n The work proposed to be done involves approximately: 42,400.4 cubic yards of excavation. 177.2 yards of stone masonry. 82.S2 cubic yards of concrete. 6,830 lbs. reenforcing steel. 144 lineal feet cor. G. I pipe. ' " " 18 " " " 270 24-in- ch Fall aiw vaaii, PAaia. I I Millinery You is 861 " " 12 " " " " company each bid submitted. Tho right to reject any or all bids is ICDCITCU. : A certified check for 1250 must ac I have received my Fall Showing of Millinery which I invite You to call and inspect before buying. Pinna nml annMfiVntfnna mnv ha soon and forms of proposal obtained at the office of I. 8. Boone, County Clerk, Stanton, Kentucky ; also at the Depart-- 1 mens or i'udiic Koaas, t rankiort, Ky. will find Here the LATEST STYLES and prices that are bound to please You. Notice to Roe ll TWi TT .illlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllHilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllHM- - .. : . milllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllH r f .1 m iHlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllM eiyi ed Plans and specifications may be seen gredients which do ultimate injury to He also has a nice stock of shoos and forms of proposal obtained nt the the- skin. All Elizabeth King Toilet which he desires to dispose of Clerk, I. S. Boono, at oflico of Kentucky ;olso CountyDepartSpecialties are of superfine, warranted Stanton, at the ment of Public Itoads.Ji'rankfort, Ky. Miss Ollio Hoakfns. either wholesale or retail. quality. - the time and was telegraphed for. He arrived on the first train. fabricated. Mrs. Mountz id now better and 180.3 cubic yards o concrote. will soon be at. her post iu her X acre grubbing. 11,063 lbs. rpcnforclng steel. millinery store. 704 lineal feet cor. G. I. pipe. " " " Iu this issue of the Times W. 206 " " 18 " " " 21 ", " 60 " L. Byrd is advertising for sale A certified check for $250 must acunADVICE: Never buy cheap or his spleudin little farm at Spout company each bid submitted. known cosmetics from bargain stores, Spring. He should readily find Tho right to reject any or all bids is stores, etc. Such five- - and a buyer for Buch choice property. reserved. goods too often contain deleterious ine ten-cent makingffias begun, and this sweet will be in greater demand this time than in former years owing to the prevailing The acre-aghigh price of sugar. 6eems to be above the average in the county this year. Sorghum 20,860.0 cnblo yards of excavation 83,100 lb. steel bridge, 75 foot span, S THE' U.NIMERSKL CAR Three flrong reasons urge you to buy the Ford car: Firsl, because of its record of satisfactory service to more than fifteen hundred thousand owners; Second, because of the reliability of the Company which makes it; Third, because of its large radiator and enclosed fan, streamline hood, crown fenders front and rear, black finish, nickel trimmings, it is moil attractive in appearance. To these must be added its wonderful economy in operation and maintenance about two cents a mile; likewise the fact that by reason of its simplicity in construction anyone can operate and care for it. Nine thousand Ford agents make Ford service as universal as the car. Touring Car $360 Runabout $345 Coupe-l- et $505 Town Ca $595 Sedan $645 f. o. b. Detroit. For sale by A. T. WHITT, Clay City, Ky. GOOD FOR THE CROPS. . s, rvA. J?- - sVrs 1BL '; ,. 4 ": 1 a tl M I! !T3S i ItX 1 S I . RICHMOND, KY. and IJfo J A . r 'oui-m- .... 7r:;i3NQ SI100L It i.In.t Initrnicillsto ....... to E!o;:icntarv, PnUiit Ho linn V ,i I., II ..j.1 TEACHERS I rtl Knn. vff w t'ourites, UiiUion flnpmltnrtpjl mlltl HAW r CU3 ilr.liir bullilini tiraotlce ..ti'LuiLnt or awicLlture. a well Hiainpu fi.lcAcrt. First TTn. boelns muntlm.i. HiNnii-ot'- 3& (Nswork lvcntnx News) If "