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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): September 21, 1916 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1916 cla1916092101_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 21, 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. 2r 7 0 THE (1LA Y CITY TIMES "" A - - - n - .. J ' I. . ... PUBLISHED m , .III, EVERY THURSDAY. J. E. Burgher, Publisher. VOL? XXI. J Ve are Here to Help Clay City, the Surroundlno Country and Ourselves. - V CLAY CITY. KYM THURSDAY, Working the Road. Quito a number of persons interested in the improvement of the Estill county road met at. the bridge across the river two miles south of town Friday and began working to put tins hill on grade. Working was spirited, nnd there were all the teams that could be brought into use. Work has progressed on this hill each day since then. Not a very large force, bur. enough to keep things moving until the busy season of sorghum making and peavine cutting js passed am' more can come to the rescue. In other portious of the county we leurn that tho same process is going ou. The people of Powell county waut roads and they are going to have them at any cost. After Fiscal Courts. The attention of the Fiscal Courts of Clark and Powell counties will be called to the unsafe and almpst impassable couditiou of the approach of the bridge over Lulbegrud so that it may be remedied Creek before the bad weather. The road in Clark is in bad condition for nearly half a mile this side of the bridge. Winchester inter-count- y SEPTEMBER 21. 1916. STANTON. Chris- NO. 38 of the building will start at once. A largo force of men have been at work all week. SUIT FILED TO DISPLACE , ROAD COMMISSION The Debate Rev. L. F. Martin, of t Suit wo s filed at Stanton late yesterday afternoon, Sept. 20tli, iu the Powell Circuit Court by Beven citizens and taxpayers to displace- the Powell Comity Road Commission jiamed by Judge Knox and confirmed by other meinbers of the Fiscal Court at a session May 27th. Tho petition tiled makes the Fiscal Court but it is afiserted that the Fiscal Court, which 'has also grown tired of the Commission, will not defend the action. The petition alleges that the was wrongfully and unlawfully appointed and that their attempting to sell the bonds' is also wrongful and unlawful. A temporary restraining order was gotten out before the Clerk which enjoins the Commission from selliug the bonds as advertised or from doing anything toward constructing or reconstructing roads iu tho county. This brings the road situation in this county to a standstill for at least the present. If the petitioners gain the suit the irlagis. trates of the county will build the roads instead of the Commis- Com-missio- n (By P. O. Dcrthick.) the city, and the Miss Nora Johnson is vititing in tian Ohurclnfhis Rev. Bert Martin, of the Church Ashland this week. of God, Montgomery county held Mr. J. D. Atkinson wns in Lexa scriptural debate at North Bend ington on business this week. church Tuesday, a full report of Mr. Vic Fuller is here visiting which is given bv our Stanton his brother, E. H. Fuller, this week. correspondent. Rev. Battenfit-ldof Lexington,-- was Rev. L. F. MarMiss Bessie Hardwick will leave tin's 'moderator and the Rev. Thursday for Lexington where she Euach Green, of Motgomery, will visit relatives. wns Bro. Bert Martin's ModeraMrs. Mollic Crawford and daughtor. While of the same nnme, ter, Martcl, returned to their home the two Bro. Martins are of differ at Jackson Tuesday. ent familiesuf that name and are Patrick Bros, have moved their no farther apart in blood relation than they are iu their beliefs ou drilling machine to Jolm Creed's place where they are drilling. the teachings of the scriptures. , Mr. Dawson, of Chicago, is here visiting at the home of Romulus Jackson. Accompanied by Miss Kate Jackson they visited Natural Bridge Tuesday. Rev. Sherman Robbins returned last week from Portsmouth, Ohio where he attended Conference. transferred to Estill county to preach this year. Ik-wa- s It is reported that Marion Atkinson and Donald Bohannan will return home some time this week from Detroit where they have been for several months. - In! mod v inn of . It IS thPiEvST-K- the the Court to the people. The citizens who joined jn the 8uitare John W. Williams, Tom Coulee, Edwin Rose, A. J. Margin, Wm. Stephens, James Welch and J. E. Burgher. Attorneys J, Sinith Hay6, of Winchester, and A. T. Stewart, of Stauton, repre- sent the plaintid's. Local Paper $2 per Year. Owing to tho unreasonable increase in urice of print paper and every other article that goes into the mukop of a uewspaper, which hits hit the Irvine Sun as every other newspaper in this country, charge $2 per year for the ill Suu after Nov. 1st instead of the old price of $1. There is untiling else to it, if print paper makes advances in the uext few months as iu the past, every local paper now existing will of necessity be getting more money for their paper or have their doors of business closed. it-w- Of Benefit to Widowed Pensioners. According to a recent act of Congress all widowed pensioners of Civil Wur voteraiiB past seventy yours will receive a pension of 820.00 per mouth in the future, and all widows will got pensions though married to veterans after 1800. A former law prohibited uuy widow who married an old soldier after lbOO from drawing a ' peuaiou. Loses Valuable Cow. P. D. Todd, living two miles south of town, had a very vaLua. ble cow to dio Friday mornlug frumihe effects of a founder und tl)en drinking too muohvter. odd-harefused 475, for the oow at one timu", 4nnty is ndverfising for ier part of the our court the State ,h"aveJeh.given strict at- Clark instruction JjfiftsValldogsr A keep up dog haf bored on a farm has to be Hstod'Jby the owner of the farm, or killed. Let's have fewer dogs New Resident. and more sheep. How much Mr. Jesse Richardson, of Union better off Rowan county would Hall, was in the city Friday. He be if she possessed two sheep to has purchased, the farm of his every one of her fathqr, "Uncle" Pearson Rich- dogs. Mountaineer. ardson, near this city, and will If Rowan is like Powell we list tftovo to same in a couple of the dogs all right, but get raised months. The elder Mr. Richardtoo. Other counties list no dogs son has purchased the BeuYoung at all, and the State Board of place near Levee for $1,000 and Equalization does not raise them. will move to it in November. Mr. Jesse Richardson reports that At Last! A Show for Clay City. oil in good quantity has recently Colorado Grant'B Dog and Pony been struck on his farm at Union Shows, together with many other Hall, opening now territory, as attractions, will exhibit in this several dry holes have been sunk city tomorrow uight, the 22nd. between his land and the main Keno, the famous educated horse, Estill field. is alone considered to be worth the price of admission to see. His Meeting Closes. feats are said- to bo marvelous. Eld. L. F. Martin closed a two Tho admission price will be 25o weeks meeting at Station Camp, for adults and 15c for children Estill county, Friday uight. Dur- under 10. The exhibition will ing the meeting there were 19 ad- take place on the Newell lots, in ditions to the church, It was a the eastern portion of town. regrettable tact that the pastor, Eld. D. G. Combs, could be pres. To Keep Sorghum from Granulating out at this meeting but a few Wo read from our favorite farm days only. paper that to keep sorghum from granulating all that is necessary Jack Frost Friday Morning. is to cut tho cane aud let it lay The first frost of tho season iu piles for a week aud the was visible in different portions will remain waxy the whole of the county Friday morning. year through. The fact that so Along streams the heavy fog much sorghum is being made in seamed to dissolve the frost aud Powell and the remedy is so sim-piwas not to be seen when day. nnd that no one likes grainy No damage was molasses, it is well that tho light came. done. change in making bo tried. The Celorado Grant show came Mrs. Minnie Thomas and her to Stanton Wednesday and enter- daughter, Martel, have returned The successful State fair held tained the people of the town. faom Crab Orchard and Winchester at Louisville last week yielded Mr. J. S. Ewen, A. J. Martin nnd where they visited with Mr. and receipts exceeding 5,000 over last year, aud.no member of the others have sold their cattle and Mrs. J. H. Hardwick. Rev. J. C. Hanlcy has been sick Board of Agriculture did mure realized a good price on same. John Creed and Colson Black- for over a week now and docs not to bring aftut.this unprecedented success than our own member, burn have returned from Louisvllld seem to get much better. Miss Fred R. .Blackburn, of Stanton where they attended the State Fair. Daisy Johnson is reported sick at the Dr. Hanley's home. who has given much of his tune Lillie, the eight months old upand effort to,bring about the Mr. Fred Blackburn returned daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis lift of the StoVefqir. home from Louisville where he had Stephens, is"quite sick at this writMr. BlnckbiTrnMias something been as one of the directors of the ing. of great valuah. store for his State Fair. The Fair this year was Mrs. Ben Willoughby received county wbiclyjjv be mentioned pronounced as the best eypr held in word this week that her son, in these column later. the State. was married at Middletown, Must List Dogs. .Mr. aii Ohio The assessors of counties of John C At Work for Powell Ho-bart, te family the iipp. work, sheop-killin- g mo-lasso- s e, Building Nice Heme. Mrf Robert Coulee has begun tho erection of a modern residence on his farm about 2J miles from the city ou the Stanton road. Jolm and Hack Kirk, of this city are doing the work which insures a nice homo, aud a strong job. ',9s. Successful Box Supper A box supper was held at tho new Waltersvillo school houso Tuesday night, A large crowd was preeeut and an enjoyable time was spent, the proceeds netting $10.50. Several from town atteuded the supper. J. Martai and sons attended County Court Day at Mt. up some new ground and"a Sterling Monday. struck him in the eye and passed Mr. and Mrs. Donaldson, of Win through tho lid nnd through the eye chester, have been visiting the for ball. Dr. Johnson removed the mer's sister' Mrs. Lucy Jackson, tliorn and Mr. Caudill is suffering the past week. intensely from the pain. We trust Mr. Asa Jones, of Middletown, no serious results will come from O., came down to the Bridgo Sun- this. day and his wife and children went Mr. Harry Morris, who has been up there to sec him. very sick for several months, died on Miss Lucy Jackson and Miss Tuesday and was buried in the StanKate Jackson will leave Thursday ton cemetery. His death was rafor Louisville where they will visit ther sudden though it was known that ho could not get well. Two relatives and friends. years ago ho was one of the strongMrs. Morgan Lylo and her sister, est and hardest working men wo Miss Bcttie Boone, returned Monhad, but he has paid tho price wo day from Louisville where they atmust all pay. He leaves a wife and tended tho State Fair. several children. As this is written Rov. Sherman Robbins and the his son, Robert, from Detroit is exwriter met at East Fork of Slato in pected and a brother from Ohio Mcnefco county Sunday and held and West Va., are expected for tho services to largo crowds. funeral. Dr. I. W. Johnson and his sister, Tho big debate betwee Rov. L. Mrs. largarct Vance, and Dr. A. F. Martin representing tho ChrisT. Knox nnd his wife motored to tian church and Rev. Bert Martin Winchester one day last week. representing tho Church of God Mr. and Mrs. James Patrick took place at North Bend on Tueshave moved from tho farm to the day of this week. Four propositions homo of their daughter, Mrs. Kate were debated, the first on whether Bohannan, where they will spend Baptism was a commandment to tho whole world beforo tho Cross tho winter. or afterwards. Bert Martin flounMrGrabill, of Ashland, Ky., has dered so helplessly on this subject been spending soVeral days with tho that ho was an object of pity. Ho family of Henry Morris, his brother-in-lawas just as helpless on thosecond and waiting on him in his proposition as to whether the gifts last illness. of divine healing as practiced by Mrs. Bettio Hardwick left Tues- tho Apostles was in force today, L, day for Winchester where she will F. Martin proved by tho Biblo that attend tho State Convention of tho it was not. The third proposition Christian Church and also visit her on foot washing was defended by son, jonn. Bert Martin and all six judges defoundation work for the new cided in favor of L. F. Martin. Tho Tho depot is completed and the erection w, fjor Snowdcn, A. (Continued on Last Pago) 1 V-'- '. THE TIMES: J. E. Burgher, Publisher. Entered as second-clas- s mail at tho Post Oflfco at Clay City, Ky., under tho Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. A HOME-MA- DE PAPER. THURSDAY, SEPT. 21, 1010 The Department of Public linnds has favored this office with a copy of the report of Nat B Sewell, State Inspector and Examiner, on "State Aid Koads in Lewis county, Ky." We regret but one thing and that is that every voter in every county pro posing to vote bonds cannot have a copy of tliis report. It shows what lias gone on in one county and the report further says that too much of the same is going on in other counties. This report says again that while the county voted the bonds 1(3 to 1, it would just as eagerly vote them out. by the same majority if they had another opportunity to vote on them. Two miles of road in one instance cost 820,000 and yet it is unfinished. In speaking of "Present Conditions in Lewis County," the report says: "Lewis county has now had two years of practical experience in road building. The popular enthusiasm that carried the bond issue of 8150,000.00 has been displaced by popular dissatisfaction wijhthjgBanagernent of road af- .all the proceeds en e The Road Commission of Pow ell County, will on the 22nd day of September, 1010, at the Court House in Stanton, Ky., receiv sealed bids for the sale of bonds to the amount of 840,000.00, pro ceeds of which are to bo U6ed in the State Aid road construction The purchaser to publish bond according to the order for thei repaired." issue which is, that the bond shall not be sold for less than par Some editorial efforts of our Eepublicau brethren are amus-iug- . nor to bear a greater rate of in One paper blames Wilson terest than 5 per annum, inter and for the strike and another blames est payable bonds to run for 80 years, re him for settling the strike. Ev- e after five erybody kuows that strikes do not deemable at come in hard times, and they on years. Bonds to be delivered to lycome when oil laborers are em- purchaser iu 6ueh installments ployed and havea stake or an and at such tinlCs?as 'the fund opportunity to have. It would are needed, and ,to bear interest be folly to call a strike at a time only from date of delivery. A. T. KNOX, Chairman when there is plenty of idle labor Jno. JLtkin8ojj,Sed. o tnicc- - tliR place of the strikers. time wheti.a STOP. TliFIRSTf COIli), semi-aynually, for tho timo and money that have beeu used. It will be difficult in future to convince tho taxpayers of tho county that they should make any further attempts at road building. "The County Judge, County lload Engineer, State Construction Engineer, and members of the Fiscal Court are under indictment on charges connected. with the expenditures of road funds in the county. Charges of family cliques, political rings, and individual graft are being hurled back and forth. Many of these charges, it appears to me, are the outgrowth of disappointment and personal enmity that naturally arise in such turmoil as has existed in the county for the past two years. That favoritism has been shown in the management of the work and that schemes have been hatched for the benefit of greedy and unscrupulous individuals, there is ample evi' dence. If the courts do their plain duty, these things can be exposed and properly punished. However, the injury that has been done to the building of good in Lewis roads county, and throughout the State, can not be good ronda, to sh6w wo do not indofsean eight-hou- r day by any 'means'; yet tb must bo admitted tliht Wilson has a wav of doing things, and that is what the peop'lo 6f this country wnnt. Nino tinieb out of ten. tho President's wayhaBbeen thobeBt whether we think so or not and that is why the voters are going to retain him -- at the White Houro, we think. " Women 'will vote in Illinois this year for the first time. This puts Illinois in the dark so far as forecasting the women vote is concerned. Hughes knew this and wanted their, vote, and that is why he is this year for woman's suffrage, whereas.he failed to vote for woman's suffrage iu New York lust year. CHEVROLET A Real Automobile. Five Passenger equipped with Self-Start- er Sale of Road Bonds and electric lighting system. 35 H. ",. i $550.00 P. Engine, weight 1750 pounds. F. I 0. 0. B. Factory,, Seven Passenger Baby Grand Touring Car, 2400 pounds F. B. Factory, $750.00 E. H. FULLER, Agent For Powell County, STANTON. KY. . ...... . any-tim- I If you're anxious to add to your savings - r 1' x Just live on a little bit less. , ' - loui 'RmttfetegttgjHHBB 4 The process, of weanngout a .cold arp wears you out and your cough Tie . . e time for cornea senousu. negiepieq. HacK an cougJia drain the energy and s of the county, mentingso complete a settlement ing sap the vitality. JFpr.r,47 years J;he will TjeTffly after a short time, of it, and too when it will make as results of the Campaign for so many votes for Wilson. While happy combination of soothing an tieeptio balsams, in Dr. King. 8 - " Clay City National Ban PAYS, .,3 PER (ENT INTEREST ON "SAYINGS ; ' i I . . - 'fig STANTON STANTON, KY I 1 i:, Students, Admitted at Any Time One of the Best Schools in Kentucky. Courses in Agriculture and Domestic Science. Review Classes in the Common Branches will be Conduced throughout the Term. By paying part of their Expenses in Work, Students may cet rvaies ai ine uc?rniitory as low as 3 .Do per Week. For Information Write to Rev. J. C. Hanley, President, Stanton, Ky. '' New Discovery has henled unil rolieeved congestion. and oltl can testify to the of Dr. King's New ery for popghs and colds, cough's J? " Young eltect-ivenes- s Por Oood UarberliiK Try A. P. Johnson In the old stand, next to the Red Hlvcr Hotel. Discov- "Uuy. a filJo; I.T1 e lTy nf youc druggist; SHampwing and Scalp TrMtmefc 4'. Gains weight and now eats" 8pUT SPRING Mt.Ster-ling CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR EPWOItTII LEAGUE to recommend new Medicine. It has made used fanlau for loss or appe- procure promotion. in) (I indigestion," said Mrs. women strong and their house-hollim Penn, 887 south Broadway, duties a pleasure instead of a drudge. It has turned the Lexington, Ky. "After taking it but a short wheels of industry, tilled the time I began to improve. I not farm and regulated domestic afonly regained my appetite but fairs. have made a substantial gain in Human energy depends largely weight. I can now eat anything upon the stomach, kidneys and without discomfort and am glad liver. When these great organs to recommend Tnnlac to anybody shirk their dut y, ambition wanes. who is suffering with stomach Tanlac is a vegetable food trouble." which restores tone to the system As in the case of Mrs. Penn and is delicately apapted to the good health is necessary before stomachs, kidneys and livers that any man or woman can enjoy are ailing. 1 tite . d happiness. Mrs. Penn's gains are just like the benefits that have come to so many thousands who have given Tnnlac an opportunity to purify their systems and build health through' their blood nndnerves. Tun lac has placed many a man and woman at the head of the procession of human happiness. It has given workmen strength to Tnnlac is being specially d in Clay City at the store of Eaton & McGuire. Tanlac may be obtained in Stanton at Hardwick & Co.; Bowes, Day and King; College Hill, Ginter Bros.; Torrent, J. Taylor Day; Irvine, Irvine Drug Co., Genet, Genet Cash Store; Waltersville, Henry Waldron. intro-ituce- Sunday Evening, Sept. 21th, into. Sunday Evening, September 21, 1010, Tuple: Christianity nnd other Faith. Song. Lesson: 1 Oor. 10:1-2Prayer. Lender: 0. E. Johnson. Song. The other faiths: Leader: Hairy O'Rear. 1. Il'ndooism. Subject: Public Spirit and how to fl50. Cultivate it. 2. Buddhism. Micali 1:5 Ethel White. 3. Confucianism. Dave Sn'owden was at Win Jeremiah 2!) :0 Eula Mounts. i. Mohammedanism. chester a few days this weekv on Psalm 183:1 Bernice Burnett. Trenching Immediately after pro1 business. gram. Matthew 23:37, 3 Irene Backer. Neheniiah,2:0 Nellie Duncan. The school here will have a pie Estiier 10:1.3 Miiry Caroll Oldham. aupper at the school house Saturo A political Hero Harry Bowman. day night.' The Church Miiry Charles Loving. By the side of the road John L. Moses McKinney sold one fan Loving. cy saddle mare to Irvine parties Sealed proposals for the ImproveEvening Until Burgher. ment of State Aid Hond No. in for $200. Solo by Irma Russell. Powell county, Kentucky, will lie reReport of Secretary. ceived by the Koad Commission, at the The infant child of Mr. and Benediction. in Stanton. KenCourt Mrs. Dave .Snowden has been County until 12House noon. Sept 22, tucky, o'clock, 1010. Everybody invited, but a most corvery sick this week. The work proposed to bo done in- dial invitation is extended to fathers and mothers. After services at the Methodist volves approximately : church Sunday five new members 20,8flf).0 cubic yards of excavation. See notice of strav horses in 33,100 lb. steel bridge, 75 foot span, were taken to the creek and bapthis issue. fabricated. tized. 180.3 cubic yards of concrete. acre grubbing. W. J. Christopher, Jr., of Pilot WHEN YOU WANT 11,003 lbs. reenforeing steel. View, was- - here last week and 704 lineal feet cor. G. I. pipe. A SHAVE OR HAIR CUT took a jolly fox hunt over his 200 " " 18 " W. L. Byrd attended courtjMonday, Shelt McKinney sold n nice pair of mule colts at Irvine for 1. Notice Road Contractors. 00-H- .l, Hardwick & fio. t , Semi-Annu- al t t T ? t t Notice to Creditors. All persons holding claims days. against (he estate of the Farmers Mr. and Mrs. Ituy McKinney Union Supply Co., of Clay, City, and Mr. and Mrs. June Walters, Ky., are hereby requested to presame properly proven, to of Waltersville, spent Saturday sentundersigned, the Trustee, at Clay night and Sunday with Mr. and City on or before the 1st day of Mrs. John V. Harris near Kim- - October, 1910. native heath.. Elder Geo. W. Mcintosh has made the necest stretch of road from the roughest piece of road in this end of the county. Mr. Campbell Byrd returned last week from Campton where he had been visiting old friends in ins home town tor several 00 A " " 21 " " " " certified check for $250 must ac company each bid submitted. The right to reject any or all bids is reserved. Plans and specifications' mav be seen and forms of proposal obtained at the ofiiceof I. S. Boone, County Clerk, Stanton, Kentucky :also at the Depart ment ot I'uuliu Hoaus, Ky. OR ANY TONSORIAL WORK CALL ON H. H. PHERIGO. THE WINCHESTER of Winchester, Capital Stock Surplus and Undivided Profits N. Holly Witherspoon, W. R. Sphar BANK, Ky. $100,000 $200,000 President. Cashier. low reduced -- ? f I I ? V t ? ? ? T T t t Henry Ford for Wilson. Summer Goods. If you want to X n Henry Ford, the save money on your purchases take advanmanufacturer of aire automobile T Detroit, at one tinio mentioned tage of this cut price Sale." Remember that as Republican candidate for Presnearly as possible ident, but an ever ready peace it is our aim tohandle as with honor man, Is out for Wil every thing the people want, so among the son and among other thiugs says: "Because of the many good different lines we have many articles of thinus President Wilson lias ('one I think he should be conmended Merchandise on which we are cutting the and heartily appreciated," said price during this Sale. Mr. Ford. "Every neighbor you meet, will If you are needing a Sewing Machine, tell you the good thiugs in the administration of President Wilis your chance, as we are cutting the now son. I feel just as these people prices on them also, which makes the price do about what he has done and realize keenly that his groat neua large per cent lower than you would have trality 'policy during tho to pay a traveling agent whose expenses va.r has had the patent sucpurchasers .must pay. cessful result of keeping this multi-millio- t t t- - brell. Berry Barnett and George Pas- ley went, oyer to Benny Barnett's to assist him in in housing his, tpacco.. Mr. Benny Burnett's wife continues at a very Tqvy. 'stage swhichvkeeps her husbaud.at. her bedside most of the time, thereby keeping him -Clark-county II. G. CRABTREE, Trustee. YOUR ACCOUNT SOLICITED. from performing-far- work. ft S I Is WiS S AS www- - oJtandise, shoes, groceries, 'etc., and we know that by dealing with as You Can Save Money We try to Jceey our stock complete and oar aim is io give every customer fall value for their money. Give us a trial. ? t t f t f t f f t t Henry Waldron WALTERSVILLE, - - KENTUCKY Euro-pea- n I Hardwick I A-ni- & Co., - Stanton, Ky. TREES. country at poacot ' 'The efforts of ' his opponeuts to try aud make political capital because of President Wilson's determination not to measure swords with poodeluded Mexico have already ended in distinct You Need a Tonic There are 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 Cardui, the woman's tonic. Cardui is composed of purely vegetable ingredients, which act gently, yet surely, on the weakened womanly organs, and helps build them back to strength and health. It has benefited thousands and thousands of weak, ailing women in its past half century of wonderful success, and it will do the same for you. You can't make a mistake in taking failure." FORUET YOUR ACHES Stiff knees, achipg limbs, lame hck" make life a burden. If you sulfer from rheumatism, gout, lum bago, neuralgia, got a bottle ot Sloan's Liniment, tlio universal trees, and Ornauiental Fruit remedy for pain. ""Easy to apply; weH watered aud Shrubs, drape Vines, Rhubarb, As Good dwelling; it neDOtrates without, rubbing and 'close to churches and school. paragus, Pcouies, Phlox, looses, etc. soothes tho tender UobIi, Cleaner W. L. BYRU, and more etFectlvo than mussy Spout Spring, Ky. EVERY THING FOR ORCHARD, ointments or poultices. For strains or eprains, sore muscles or wrench LAWN AND GARDEN. ' StltNULB MILL FOR SALE. ed liniments resulting fro'm strenu iiw'B Patent; 20,000 dally Will NO AGENTS FREE CATALOGS ous exercise, Sloan'B Liniment ; In prime condition. Keep It on elves quick relief. wii at a bargain. emertjonclje,; - At your hand for "'m. Davis, Vaughn's Mill, Ky, . , H, F, HHlenmeyr & Sons. .lilrutreiBt.2nc. 'iFrV. . atlv ' Farm and Shoes for Sale. fnim of OQ acres at Spout Spring and $500 stock of shoes. CARDUI Miss Amelia Wilson, R. F. D. No. 4, Alma, Ark., says: "I think Cardui is the greatest medicine on earth, for women. Before I began to take Cardui, 1 was so weak and nervous, and had such awful dizzy spells and a poor appetite. Now I feel as well and as strong as I ever did. and can eat most anything." Begin taking Cardui today. Sold by all dealers. The Woman's Tonic TTnc TTAlrtAri M."--r Thousands. imr t Hi & ft. ' ".V Dr. J. AS. Goodwin, dentist, has moved oflico to the Central Hotel, Elder Henry Townsend, of whero he will remain nritil Oct. lladical, wns here Tuesday. 1st. Aftqrthat dato he will b( Jn8. G. Eastor, of Hazard, absent from tho city, aud all per enmo down Tuesday nnd returned sons wanting dental work done should govern themselvee ac yesterday. cordingly. Mrs. L. F. Mann, of Elkntawa, Mrs. II. C. Williams, is visiting has been visiting friends in the her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Win city this week. Johnson, Mr. Williams has re A. 0. Estcs visited his brother, ceutly resigned his position as Green Estes, near ievee, three station agent at Altro, and gone days this week. to Detroit, Mich., whero he has Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Whitt vis- accepted a positibn with the Ford ited Mr. G. D. Ileironymus at Motor Company. Mrs. Williams will join her husband there in St. Helens Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Margi-sovisited friends at Irvine Friday and Saturday. Local Brevities a few Prince Albert smokes into vow system ! Slip -- CowrliMWIkj I, Rtvnola Tooseee 0. , the near future. n The Ladies' Aid of the Metho- dist church wish to announce Mrs. Carrie Groves visited Mrs. that they will have an oyster Sylvia Iiuseell at St. Helens Sat- -' supper on Friday night, Oct. (Sth. Will .also serve icecream. We urday and Sunday. cordially invito everybody to Oscar Staples returned yester- come and try to'innke the even day from a two weeks business ing enjoyable. Tho supper will trip to Clark county. be at the Cassidy building near Dr. Martin reports the birth of the Methodist church. a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Jell UON'T NEGLECT YOUR COLD McKinney of Hardwick's Creek Neglected colds gut worse, in- Tuesday. stead of better. A stuffed head, a Mr. Hisle, the butcher, who Ltight chest niU6t be relieved H ran a meat shop in this, city about-- once. Dr. Bill's year ago, has opened a meat is Nature's remedy. Honey and glycerine heal the irritated mem market at Irvine. brane, antiseptic tar loosens tie Mr. John Sewell has been ap. phlegm, you breathe easier and pointed assistant to Agent r j our cold iS oroken up. Pleasant at the depot, and has as- to take, Dr. Bell's sumed liis new duties. is an ideal remedy for children us grown-nps- . At your Drug A protracted meeting will comadv. 2oo. mence at the Christian church gist, Sunday, Oct. 1st, which will likeAfter the Express Companies ly continue two weeks. a Pine-Ttir-Hon- You've heard many an earful about the Prince Albert patented process that cuts out bite and parch and lets you smoke your fill without a comeback Stake your bank roll that it proves out every hour of the day. Prince Albert has always been sold without coupons or premiums. We prefer to give quality I There's sport smoking a pipe or rolling your own, but you know that you've got to have the right tobacco! We tell you Prince Albert will bang the doors wide open for you to come in on a good time the national joy smoke firing up every little so often, without a regret! You'll feel like your smoke past has been wasted and will be sorry you cannot back up for a fresh start. You swing on this say-s- o like it was a tip to a thousand-dolla- r bill x It's worth that in happi ness and contentment to you, to every man who knows what can be gotten out of a chummy jimmy pipe or a makin s Gar 1 1 cigarette with Prince Albert for "packing! Wiutoa-Silt- R. J. RETN0LD3 TOBACCO CO. N. This is the r.verse lue or ue tidy red tin Voll-me- to. .a.v aV smv . THE Pflnca Albert tidy red tin. aud In fact, every Prince C Albert package, liaa a real meisaeeto-yo-u on Ita reverse aide. You'll read: "Proceaa Patented Iulv30th. 1S07." Thatmeona that the United Statea haa granted a natent on the procees by which Prince Albert ia made. And by which fonrfuo bite and throat parch an cut our everywhere tobacco la sold you'll find .Prince Albert awaiting you In tormv red bazs.Sc: tidy "ss. red tins, luc: handsome pound ondhalf-poun- d tin humidors and in that clever crystal- I5ft Class humidor, wltn sponge moistener top, that keeps ins tobacco in such line condition alwaysl -- Commonwealth's Attorney W STANTpN. (Continued frdnx.First.Pagc) whom fourth proposition" to woman be, knew ing allowed 4o - prcacli was upheld liquor in. by the-- judges in favor of L. F. cat option law.j Martin. In fact thje six judges deThe grand jury also filed five in cided unanimously in favor of L. dictments against the Adams Ex- F. Martin on all points. Both de Madison county will vote, on press Company at the last term baters picked their own judn.es. the proposition to of the Menefeo Circuit Court for" There was a large crowd present in bonds to build a highway delivering liquors to persons iui but before the debate was half over bridge jointly with Fayette violation of the loc.il option laws, the defenders of Bert Martin saw couuty. There is a great demand that tho i that ho was hopelessly defeated and Kevs. L. F. Martin and Oleo promiscuous sale of intoxicants left for their homes. The debate I'urvis, and Mrs. Fred Smethers ! Menefeo county be broken up was carried on in ;i quiet and deattended the Convention of land the ollicers aie behind the cent order. There was a trdmen- Christian churches at Winchester movement. The suits are the dous applause when the decision of the judges announced m favor of L. I have leccived my Fa'l. Showing of Millinery which 1 this week. first of the kind to be brought it F. Martin. , e this section of the State aud ti I invite You to call and inspect before buying. With snow in Colorado and You Lloyd Tndd, us agent for the outcome will be watched with frost in Kentucky we have an heirs to the estate of. the late W. I will find here the LATEST STYLES and price much interest as the final adjud J. Burnett, will self, the property impressive .warning that winter ication of these effses will have a of the deceased at Spout Spring, will soon be hero whether we that are bound to please You.-Ibig influence toward enforcing Sept. HO. have our houses filled with coal the local option luvvs in this sec or not. ! tion. Mt. Sterling Gazette. not give your lad I Dillard Martin, of Johnson the eame training? Clear Bad Skin From Within. City, Ten ii., who arrived SaturPimply, muddy complexions are day to visit his brother, Jailor J. "When I was a (rron Ing lad, and came upon many words In my reading; that F. Martin, of Stanton, and sister, due to impurities in t he blood. did not understand, my mother. I stead of glrlnir ins the definition when Mrs. A. T. Knox, of Hosslyn, was Clear up the skin by taking Dr. King's New Life Pills. Their mild I applied to tier, uniformly sent me to in the city Monday. tho dictionary to learn It, aoid In this Notice to. laxative qualities remove the poiswax I gradually learned puny thlcsa Mrs. A. Mountz, of IlurdwieU's ons from the system and brighten besides tho n.canlni of tho Individual Contractors. word In cuestlun among; other thtnes, creek, has been taken very ill, the eye. A full, free, hsir to uco a dictionary, and the great and Dre. Martin and Johnson bowel movement in the morning ptauure and advantage there night Sealed proposals ft r tho improvebe In tba use of the dictionary. were called into consultation in the reward of a dose of Dr. King's ment of State Aid Itoutl No. In Afterwards, when I went to the village Tuesday. The case has been di Now Life Pill tho night before. school, ruy chief diversion, after lesfowoll Comity, Kt'iitucky, will lie r . sons wero learned and Before they solved liy tho Koad Commission at tho agnosed ns malaria. At all Dtuggiat, 23o. adv. were recited, was In turning; over the Wiseman and baby, C. Hamilton, of this city, has ce visitine her filed Jl'p&JPfinnl suits in the Men- against me ifor de- - issue-30,00- 0 ' . fa WUy MRS. W. J. MOUNTZ. Road 1 ' I I salaB In- non-gripin- g Z?73rtrlfe&sfy& l, Elder Alonzo Willoughby, of JelTersonviile, wns hero Monday on his way home from Marble-yarchurch near Union Hall, where he preuchpd Friday and Saturday nights, Sunday morning and at night. Rev. Oleo Purvis will d Estray-Notic- e. regulur appointment at tian church Sunday morning and at night. Subject at morning, "Tho Church of the Morrow." livening: "Tho Great Task." Everybody invited. fill his the Chris- There came to my placeSiinday two stray horses, which 1 put up pending identification. Follow, ing a description of the horses: 1 chestnut sorrel horse, 2 white hind feet, U years old, and being ii horse sold off this place two' years ago by l'raiiUlin Marglnon' at Irvino. 1 red sorrel maro years old, witlrcap knocked off of hip. Owner on owners of this stock can have same by proving property and paying all charges. P. D.vTODD. psxa of the 'Unabridged of those days. Now the most modern Una Irldged-theNEW INTERNATIONAL elves me a pleasure of the same sort. Bo far at my knowlxleo extends. It la at present th Lent of the dletlonurlM, and quite sufficient for ell ordlpary ti cs. en'those who possess the splendid dictionaries tn several voIucuuwIUyet find It a great convenience it hare this, which 1 so compact, so full, and so trustworthy as to leave. In most carej. little to be desired." Albert 3.CatM1uD..LL.D., Trofewr of the English Language and Literature, Yale Univ. Aiwll 28,1511. at wEgsru's WSITI for BsKluua County Court Ilousa in Sfailtnn. Kentucky, until l'Ju'alouk, noon, Sept. ftttid, 1010. 1 he work proposed to lio vol vex approximately : ' l'2AO0A Qiiblc ynrds of xutivatiou. 177.3 yards of Btone masonry. 62.C2 j I the Lamp Oil that oaves Eyes ii home than clear, steady light. Insure this by cottluj the oil that burns uicnr aim rieau wiinout a down to tbe last drop. Vnnjylvaaila crude oil rcllned to irfectlon. &9.k.?I?80U o"'-t- cs It K saves eyes. j m 1 it euhlo yards of concretu. lbs. reonforcin? "steel, lineal ft;et cor. O. I pipe. Sl-In- Knthlnir Is mnra lmiMW.nl In I 27(j 801 A " " j(j h ii ( " 13 " " " kiw i ruuiAiioai.fi. rnw, r.lortrstlwi, Its. 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