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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): October 5, 1916 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1916 cla1916100501_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.): October 5, 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. V ClLAY IDITY TIMES J. E Burgher, Publisher. T We are Here to Help Clay City, ; tle y 't Surrounding. Country and Ourselves. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. 1 VOL. XXI. CLAY CITY, KY Another Session of Moonlight Schools. Moonlight schools will open in many counties next Monday even ing, Oct. 9th, for a six weeks' term. Those counties that could not begin with the September session, will start with this ses siou, and some of those that be gan in August will have a second term beginning with October Oth. The Kentucky Illiteracy Commis sion, Frankfort, Mrs. CoraWilson THURSDAY, TimeIyWarning. OCTOBER 5. J9IG. NO. Fiscal Court Meets. 40- There are a; number of grade (By P. O. Dcrthick.) The Powell Fiscal Court met at II n. rnnway crossings ! in roweu coun Robert McNabb, of Nada, was its stated October meeting Tuesty. beverai or.' them are very here one day last week. day. All members of the court dangerous. Scares of people are Miss May Hardwick, of Rosslyn, were present, and the allowance being killed inhe United States of claims was taken up. A numat just such Crossings as wo have was here one day last week. ber of these were passed upon by ' n Asa Jones returned to his work una . in ii' i county,, oireei cars in the Court in tho forenoon. In this state are n&t allowed to cross at Middlctown Ohio Sunday. the afternoon tho court was buey a railroad .track until a motor- Guy Watson's father, from making settlements with various man goes in- - advance and looks Ky., was here Sunday to officers. Tho road question was both ways for&trains. Then if visit him. not entered into, as an early denone are coming iu sight toward cision of the Court of Appeals Billy Welch, the drummer, was Stewart, President, furnishes the crossing thoistreetenrs aro al- here last week calling on his many upon of the legality of a road commission in the counbooks, tablets, &c, and all infor lowed to paa8J But with auto- friends and relatives. They mobiles ho.wYdilFerent. ty is expected, so the matter was mation. Miss Lois Johnson returned home deferred uutil such decision rush pasta raiwav crossing soon A prize trip to Washington is could to be given by Kentucky's Sena as they can, many of them giving with her niece, Alma McNabb, at be had. The case which has been tors and Congressmen to the no apparent consideration for Nada for over Sunday. appealed we learn has Geeii 6et Mrs. Mollie Woodward and her for a heariug by the Court of Apmoonlight school teacher who probable trains Some day some teaches the largest number to persons are liable to be killfed in niece, Miss Margaret Mansfield, peals October 12. Soon after this read and write in his school, in Powell couutyJas they are being left for Florida to spend the winter date the Fiscal Court1 will come eluding, also, the largest enroll killed in otherlcounties. Better Mrs. Fred Blackburn left for together again and take up its meut and beat attendance. Cred read the following warning of a Winchester Wednesday to visit her unfinished business, and tho road its are- given by the two State railroad oSiciaHand avoid such a parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Prew- - business also, provided the decision of Judge Shackelford to the Normals on all of their courses to possibility: " itt. "Chicago Sept. 10, 1910 those teachers who teach n full ell'ect that a road commission iu Virgle Frazier, who has been at Powell is illegal, is upheld by the six weeks' term of, moonlight "lo tnose wnocmve or nue in Middlctown, O., for several months, Court of Appeals. Automobiles : Twenty-fiv- e schools. thousand constantly increasing is home shaking hands with the "The emancipated from illiteracy this Big Democratic Gains! year is the slogan for the State. number of automobile accidents many boys. was not given the first reading, the The registration returns in at grade croseivgs prompts the-iMiss Anna Welch has returned teacher made them read it over unDemo-cratb1iow 28,280 Louisville. suance of this warning to all who from a visit of a week at Bcatty- - til they did bring out the right one. November Court Deferred. ; 18,303 Republ icaus ; 4,882 in automobiles ville with her sister, Mrs. Brown- own, driver Judge Shackelford writes The It was a delight to hear the several Independents .and Progressives.. Times to STOP, LOOKTand LISTEN be low Thompson. that owing to some very grades read. The higher the grade, This is ,.907 more Democrats important litigation of his own fore' - passing--' ' ,overi any railway ji Fred Blackburn left Monday the more improvement there was. than Republicans aud 5,693 more at Pans Nov. 20, the Powell Oir rau,e crpssingft crossing gates, for Louisville on business with the And such writing as those pupils Democrats than all others, which. cuit. Court will, not convene at automatic warning, oeus, electric. makes it. jpretty safe to saythat Stanton Nov. 20, which will be neauugnrs anjuengine signals, u State Board of Agriculture and Ag did. Evercy word was written on Committee the board neatly, np ziaging,up Extension XoufsjfiUeat'lgMtilt go those for whose riculturc the date for the regular term, but not. heeded ' '' " andtcojvnf( bpt every .JqUer sym- "" Fridav. Keu- igjk convene jyTovr. ucjceltl&$hqw atSYmilar result.. TaTerT All cases, will belroassign- -. unavailing, 'Jwi"'bfl glad to re 'The writer returned Tuesday meTrjpaTand the right height. Why, they could beat a majority of the The Sun ju giving the trogistna-tiocounty and so ed, and the Circuit Clerk. O. N ceive and consider Suggestions in night y in our cololder students iW.inobestejr discloses tlia of Crowe, will on the 20th. ndjourii tended, torreduceiautomos)ile ac news is scarce this week. Please leges in writing. The room was. Ucfc that only 131 white men regcoiirt Until the 27th-- . All jurors cidents iitgradq.c.rossings, for the. send in your items of interest.' Tlicy clean and neat, no papers scattered istered as Republicans, while 549 will, be summoned for the 27th. railroad is anxious to do its full will be appreciated. over the room, every book in place, negroes registered as members of part. However if any person Ben Willoughby went to the every pupil taking pride in the org. o. p. There are 887 regisLarge Apple Sale. the who owns, driveaobc rides in an Bridge Sunday to see his son, Ro der and looks of the room. Is it tered Democrats which gives Mrs. Joseph Garrett has sold automobile wiil STOP, LOOK bert, who came down on the ex any wonder that this teacher has Winchester a handsome majority all the win.terfniit on her farm and LISTEN at "grade crossings, cursion. He reports that it is a no trouble in having a room full of for the Democrats. at Furnace to Hodgkin & Fitch, the danger will be entirely elim mistake about Hobert being marri-,e- d children. And how they love T J. Foley, of Winchester, for $350. The inated. so far as he could find out. Sales Galore. Strict he is, but they apApples are being gathered and "General Manager." preciate his strictness. And the In this issue of The Times W. hauled to this city this week for Fred Ware nnd Walter Thacker L. Byrd, of Spout Spring, is adA Substantial Invitation havo moved their families to the patrons of that district appreciate goshipment. Drilling for oil is Prof. Ringo so much that dach pa vertising his public sale at that ing 6u in this orchard at this time The Fiscal Court of Montgom house of Robert Blackburn. Mrs. place Oct. 21. S. R. .Curtis, Blackburn and her sister, tron pays him one dollar extra that and a 'nice flow of oil was struck ery county, will improve their Robert of. the estate of Thos. rqad next year from Levee on to Miss Minnie Conlee, have taken he may teach their school. If they there yesterday. Curtis, will have a sale on the the Powell line at head of Black charge of the hotel. With these two had to give him five dollars or ten premises of the deceased Oct. 14, Moves to Irvine. creek. This moans a substantial in charge wo predict that they will dollars extra, it would pay them in Ringo seldom if at 10 o'clock a, m.,and Benjamin Frnuklin Margison is moving invitation to our county to meet continue the splendid patronage big returns. Prof. Sew ell in the same neighborhood back to Irvine where he has a them there. Will wo do it? that Fred Ware built up. over uses the switch. Again the writer says it would pay every will have a sale on the same date position as a salesman in a store. This road is que promised im Tho writer has visited many of the administrator's sale, but Mr, Margison has purchased a res- provement before the bonds were schools in Eastern Kentucky but the teacher in Powell county to take a it will-b- e held in the afternoon idence lot there and will build a voted, and according to an equal finest school ever visited was tho trip over there and visit thai school. The writer does not intend to cast beginning at one o'clock, so per- nice home. We regret to lose apportionment will got SI, 111 per one taught by Prof. Ringo on East sons can attend both sales the such valuable citizens as Mr. sub- - Fork of Slate in Menefce county. reflections on our teachers in our and mile. This added own county but at the same time day. saino Mrs. Margison, but wish them 6criptjou can bo raised on this It would pay every teacher in Pow is wide room for improvement unbounded success iu the magic road and at Mt, Sterling, we be- ell county to visit that school and there Arbor Day. in many of our schools. Go into lieve will build a good gravel see what can be done by a teacher November 10 has been desig- city of Irvine. is a whisroad over this route, owing to who really teaches. From the min- many schools and there nated as Arbor day in Kentucky. pering and buzzing sound all over Celebrates 18th Anniversary. the convenience of material along ute the writer stepped into the room Gov. Stanley will issue a proclatho room. The pupils are noiy, Quite a number of the young the road. Wo are for it.. there was not a whisper heard and mation calling for its general very often going in and out of the during tho two hours he was there and, following the proc- people attended the celebration room from, mpming till night, go Bro. Matherly With Us lamation. State Supt. V. 0. Gil- of. the eighteenth anniversary of Rev. and Mrs.,D.. 'II. Jdatherly, there was hardly a noise heard but ing up to the teacher continually bert will send out programs for Joel Mounts near the city last of Richmond, ara.in tho city vis- - every pupil was busy studying his and asking what this or that word its observance by the schools. Friday night. Ice cream and cake itiug old friends and attending or her lesson. Not n pupil left the is, or asking permission to leave tho room nor did they keep going up to State Forester J. E. Barton is were served aud all spent au en- the series of meetings at tho tho teacher asking questions or room, to speak to another pupil or joyable time. Those preseut all planning observance of the day to got a drink of water. Papers are joined in wishing Mr. Mountz Ohristiau church, It will be wanting to kuow what this or that On the capitol grounds, where scattered all over tho room; books that Rev. Matherly Gov.iStiuloy will plant a tree. many happy roturus of Septem- was formerly pastorof this church word was. There was perfect or- all ,ovcr,tjio desk. The childreu 20. der everywhere. But tho best part of Frankfort will ber and his many friends are glad to of the school was in the reciting of read in a sing song tone and do participate in the ! . ts, n Runs Away Down Hiil; ' Collar Bone Broken. ilra. Olivia French, son aud Montgomery county, daughter, while on their road to Stanton driving a horse in buggy Monday came near having serious results on th.e. Hill this side of Everett BujrnsV-aboutwo miles from this t citjv.- ;As the party started down this hill, the bucking strap broke which allowed the buggy to crowd upon the horse which began Inciting until he had broken the cross piece from the buggy, and began running down the hill. When near the foot of the hill the buggy was overturned, the occupants thrown out and the top of the buggy demolished. The girl sustained a 'broken collar bone. A few minutes afterThe acci. dent, John Eaton came along in his automobile when he, good Samaritan like, picked up the stranded trio and rushed them to their home at Levee, where Dr. See attended the injured girl. STANTON. - s s or-'rid- e ( from-Breath- itt to-da- that-teacher- . t School-childre- n -- Advertising New Goods. see him again. L & N. Earnings 20 per Cent Hardwick and Company have John M. Todd, pfQl ark coun Nearly 20 per cent, was earned un advertisement m' this 'issue ty, spent Friday night with his or the capital stpek. df the Louis-vill- that should be read by every per- brother, P. D. Todd, two miles & Nashville railroad during son who trades at Stanton. Their south of town and was incident-allthe post year, according to the store is full of new "goods that are looking put for the purchase annual report inade'public. The, bound to please, nnd,. tho price is of some yearling 'cat tle a little grpss' earmuKe were $(50317,008.; right, too. . later. 4 a y i-. - exercises. their lessons. It was wonderful tho way those second grade pupils read from their readers. They ncyer stumbled on. a word, nor did they read in n sing song tono us a ma jority of children da. They gave the right emphasis and lnllectioiijon every word.. If ikvi right inflection not bring1 but the right iiiflcctionst uid meaning to tho words pud often' tho teacher never corrects them Some mtfy think tho writer is rathen severe in thi3 article but if you will go with him to sonic schools he has, visited, ho jtliinks hocan'proxQ tq you thut h6 1ms notold it all yet. It TIMES J.E. Burgher, second-clas- Publisher, s mail mat tetattho Post Office at Clay City, Ky,, under the Act of Congress of Jlarch'3, 1879. A HOME-MADE !Entorcd as PAPER. OOT. 5, 1010. THURSDAY, W. H. Harrison, traveling pas sengor agent of the L. & N., was liero last week to look over the passenger service in this section We are indeed glad to know that this corporation sees it wise to go out into the field and consult the people about the service they are to receive. As the trains now run ibis con venient to leave Clay City, go to Irankfort, Louisville and Gincin uati, and get back the same day though it bo after nightfall. But wiin mis convenience, wincli is rarely needed by our people, comes the inconvenience of no afternoon mail which hits every individual 805. days in the year, and the further inconvenience of getting in so late at nights when going to Winchester, Lexington and Mt. Sterling. We are nlsor by the present arrangement, rob bed of a quick mail service going out from hero in the afternoon as we formeily had", and the pos sibiliry of going into Cincinnati from here by leaving-ithe af !. candidate for Prosidelft and and the Democratic nominee for Congress. They are enthusiastic over Wilson for his great accomplishments and especially are they grateful to him for having kept the coun try out of war and by wise and timely legislation procured from a patriotic Congress maintained peaco and brought prosperity and plenty to the cGuntry. The mountain Democrats are the truest in the country and all the money of Wall Street and the interests cannot swerve them from loyalty. It means something to be a Democrnt where the majority are Republicans and many sacrifices are made for the sake of principle of which the Demo cratic strongholds know nothing. The Republicans in the moun tains cau out vote the Democrats and what is more important to them, out count the Democrats in case of a close election, but they do so solely on might with-- . out reference to right. If the Democrats in the other parts of the State give as good an account of themselves as will the true blues of the lulls the majority f he" Vice President r T HMDWICK & COMPANY I r Fall and Winter Goods. I I V .1 i T T t t y Y Wilson and Marshall will roll up into many thousands. Mr. W. P. Walton in making this trip while in Clay City met a number of Democrats .and one or two Republicans. He was da- lighted with the outlook in Pow ell. for" t t t r ? T ? Qur Fall and Winter Goods are now in. We invite you to call' and see them and get our prices. We handle good Merchandise, and at prices that will save - youj'money. It is our aim to carry as near as possible ev-' eryHing the people want.- - It will pay you to call when in need of any thing in dry goods, notions, clothing, women's r misses and children's short and long coats, hats; ' sweaters and rain coats, women's corduroy skirts,, men's and boys' hats, rubber footwear for all, men's and . boys- dress, corduroy and cheap work pants, corduroy suits sweaters, raincoats, hunting coats, also tables, chairs, safes bedsv.springsmattresses, blankets, comforts, cots, trunks, suit, cases, grips, oil carpets, sewing machines, saddles, harness, hardware, queensware, groceries, Bain wagons, ready-to-wea-- . -. - There were 174 trespassers kill ed da'- afl the- railrrouds in the - n ternoon. .. frequently people nave an hour's business at Winchester. :-v . be bad enough to leave here at 8 o'clock arid return at ""TfSyoSi. believe in buying goods and learning in the afternoon, but now to have at 7:10 a.m.,and riot be , us. c(get the tnost for- your money, able "forget backsfor twelve Ion hour?, it is past the extreme. To say nothing about the bad- iyu crippled m(Ui 8ervice, we be; lipvo that nine out of every tbn passengers going down on, the train in the morning are. locaL passengers, going either to Mt', Sterling, Winchester or Lexing; ton. These passengers desire to get back home that evening at from four to six o'clock, as can be gotten along. the lino up to Jackson. We appreciate the fact that the railroad company desires to render the best Bervice possible, and we further are aware that four trains daily is all that we may expect, and uow having a thorough tryout of the different kinds, of service, we think we the followiug described propcan voice the wishes of 09 per erty : llTe Two more convicts working the cent, of our people when wo say Ouo Farm of 50 acres 'in high 1 will oiler tor sale on my give us similar service to what Stute Aid roads in Boll county (niehest Award) premises at Spout Spring, Ky., state of cultivation, with 1 wo had a few years ago, with the escaped last week. dwelling with two porches eiveA to Further evidence that wo were exception of the early westbound Oct. 2!St, IQlO, aud 8 rooms, and two:barns. morning train, and we are pleas- right in opposing a change to'the 1 Horse, driver, at IKe Panama- ed. --This gives us perfect mail constitution to permit them from with liquor in his possession fot 1 Mare, 8 " 11 the purpose of sale could only bo Pacific Expostion service, anil wholly satisfactory the prisou walls. Convicts built 1 Jennet 2 " ii yros prmnfed m local service, and we realize (hat the railroad to Clay Oity thirty likewise fined aud failed, the 1 Wugou aud' 2 pr. broechiug, the outside connections, while ouo years ago. Railroads with Treasury would soon be. inllated WEBSTER'S 2 Buggies and harness, not what we would have, a.ro the prison labor prior to 3890 wore and Jim Martin's mquoy purse 2 steers, NEW INTERNATIONAL built in nil parts of the State. stretched until it would burst. best we can expect or hope (or, " heifers, That is if half thajjepprts be 2 2 " .'hoy wore then always escaping 4k Superiority of Edacahoaal Merit 1 yearliug t A representative of the Demoexcursion uards, so to rid the state of thi6 true, especially 33ua new creation answers with 2 Qalyos, Jfnaf.anthority oll'klnda of puzzling cratic fliimnnii'n npnrlniinrtpi-f- i ht practice the new constitution times at utural 'Bridge questions such as "JIow iitemiJl 1 Deering mowing machine, Louisville, made a trip through forbade convicts beiug placed out pronounced?" "Whero Is 17an-kHead-OCough That 1 rake, 1 'disk harrow, l' "What U a continuous some of the mountain counties side the wallsi But people will At' the first sight of jtore (hrQat, 1 cutting colter plow, fiVhat last'week and' found 4that while forgot, or they would not have Is whitt coalt" MJIpwialo protight chest or stuffed up.head take 1 plow gang, and other kinds nounced?'' and thodsahda of others. the Republicans were making voted'to put the convicts out on a dose of Dr. Hell's rine.Tnr. of plows, Mere Uwt 4W,9M VeeaMary Twm. strenuous efforts, with mouoy the roads. 39jm Ceogriphlcal Subjeet. 12.6M About 1150 bu. of corn, Honey. The healing pine-tar- , sooth. WersUeal Eatrio. flier m and otherwise, they were making lot of oats, ing honey an'd glycerine quickly 27M Paess. The efldSetiM. no inroads upon the Democratic Some time ago Enoch Policy, nfwhJi rt dMM pag- -a trek ef 100 shocks of fodder, relieve the congestion, loosen' the ranks. In fact not a single man of Perry couuty. was fined 8100 1 piano, 1 parlorVuito, ,cold. who had ever been a Democrat and twenty days in jail for hav- phlegm and break un your 1 Large 'Refrigerator, Una all Dr. Bell's WrK ht pect. was found who would change his ing liquor in his possession for pjoa paeea, the benefits of the healing aroma Bedstead, household and kitch to. vote this time, but numbers of the purpose of sale. lie appeal fnt. b' it of from a pine forest, it is pleasant to en lurniiuro too numerous to iMp U l'octf those who had .always voted the ed and the Court of Appeals has formula meiitioq, Republican ticket said they in- just upheld the, decision of the take and audseptic. Terms made known on day of on Uie bottlo tells wliyiit. relieves tended ta vote under the rooster lower court. sale. in No i er, whichwill- tuko iu . if every man iu Powell county colds and coughs. At ywr'Diuc;. W, L. BYRD, Speut Spring, Ky. gist, 2oo.' Adv. ' It used.to e " Southern sfates'last yarfl This includes Kontucky.- - Of this num ber sixty wera school" boys hop ping on aud off trains. We have often called attention to this dangerous practice byGlpy .City urchins. .Not so much vs tjris a practice'by school boys $F uiay uity, as oy uoys wiio are t iu scjiool'lattendanoe at the ne. We ha,ve often wondered ipw jo many, esotipe. Thd tftite will coriie, we fear, ' for an ' acci dent of this kind 'to b'efairsbmo CJJay City or Powell country lad. Therefore parents should use greater exertiou to keep their boys from trains that such an ac cident may not befall them. A few years back so prevalent lad become this dangerous prac tice that the railroad company requested the Clay City council to enact an ordinance ngaiiiBt boys jumping on and oif moving trains, and this was doue which then, aud possibly now helps to restrain the youth of the town from such dangerous practioe. . ned .ysHirtsland collars! yr?youcan , Studebaker wagons. ."..,; Wehandle. .Queen Quality, shoes for' women",? Walk-Ove- r shoesifor men,- Stetson and" Astor brand hats", HartfSchaff- Marx-ariMatchless brand cl"6thihg,fc;Arrow. brand1 . -- - . - T - " "- .up-t'6-dt- e' - try I- T f t t t T t f Htrdwick & Co STANTON; -- . Public Sale! Only Graid Prize two-stor- y Dictionaries ' ,al-ou- ft All-Wla- nt Mm-tntie- Pine-Tar-IIOt- y Tlr ' - r n n Tfaniac is ouoenor to all 1 other Tonics," says this ' some of the cane in this vicinity. Hall school Is prpgroeslng nice ly in the care of Miss EmmaWil liams, t" . t Low Prices Wo and High Quality Woman from Jonesville, Ky. "I '.Buffered from kidney and jiver troubles. It finally" affected my heart and then came rheumatism. I have tried many remedies and find Maniac superior to them all", said Mrs. Nannie of Jonesville, Ky. ''Tanlac regulated my kidneys and liver and entirely relieved me of indigestion. I have taken several bottles and I have no more indigestion, u good appetite and eat anything without fear of bad after effects." Mrs. McKinney makes the statement that she has taken several bottles. It is evident from this that Mrs. McKinney was well pleased with the first bottle or she would not have taken the Mc-Kinn- ' Advertising is the field wherein tho business man strives for returns for his labor, but after all it is what the neighbors say that counts most. Advertising will sell one bottle in a neighborhood but when that first bottle pro; duces results ten more will be sold id the same locality. People are sympathetic and like to tell others about remedies that they are reasonably sure will help them. That is why Tanlac has met with such enormous success. It is true meritalone, that makes Tanlac popular, for neighbors would not talk about it and recommend it it it did not do the work. second. There is an old saying that "the proof of the pudding is in the tasting." When people try one bottle of Tanlac they generally get the second. No greater evidence could be offered in all the world, of Tanlac's merit. Tanlac is a good medicine simply because people proGt by taking it. SPOUT SPRING Tanlac is being. specially intro duced in Clay City at the store of Eaton & McUuire. Tanlac may be obtained in Stanton at Eardwick & Co.; service. Bowen, Day and King; College Rev. Legg filled his regular apH Hill, Ginter Bros.; Torrent, J. pointment at Tintown Saturday Taylor Day; Irvine, Irvine Drug and Sunday. A large crowd was Co.r Genet, Genet Cash Store; Walter8ville, Henry Waldron. present. Louis Baker and wife attended the association of Old Baptists at Mrs. Jake Tipton, of Irvine, Arkau-sas- , Oklahama the.8rd Saturday and and Mrs. Earl Souls,-o- f Thursday en route Sunday. were here to Stanton to visit Mrs. J. 0. Messrs. Andrew and Rube Patrick, a Bister to. Mrs. Tipton. Townsend went toward the oil Sunday. Seems to be some Francis Charles has moved fields attraction in that direction. from .Moses McKinney's farm, and it is rumored that Moses himCoastlpatloiTpults Your Brain self will shortly be domiciled That dull; listless, oppressed . native roof never again toTmpuritics in your to be drawn away, by false allure systenlv sluggish; liver, clogged inments of city life. The growing testines. New Life city of Irvine is not to be com Mis give prompt relief. A mild, pared for enjoyment to the qui easy, bowel movement etude of the old Spout Spring will tone up your.system aud help homestead. to clear your muddy, pimply comThe Rev. W- - L. Byrd is prepar- plexion. Get a bottle of Dr. King's at your Druging to close out his farming.in-terest- New Life Pills feeling-is-dueDr.-King'snon-gripin- Shelby Yeary left the 20th for Indianapolis, Ind., to work this winter. JohnWise is preparing to move to the oil fields to work this winter. Laura HaHand Rex Townsend called at the home of T. A. Hall Sunday evening. Ada Johnson was the pleasant guest of Rissa'and Myrtle Town-senSaturday night. Burton and Chester Hall visited their uncle, Charley Pasley, at Dundee Saturday night. Misses Myrt' Yeary and Ella and Lida Hall were the guests of Bertha Oaks Saturday evening. Harve Ashley and family visited at the home of Will Edwards on Cane creek Saturday and Sun day. Elder Henry Townsend, of Radical, attended church at Tin town Sunday and assisted in the d have a large stock of general merchandise, shoes, groceries, etc., and we 7cnow that by dealing with us You Can Save Money try to Jceey our stock complete and our aim is io give every customer full value for their money. Give us a trial. We Henry Waldron WALTERSV I LLE, - - KENTUCKY It Always Helps says Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., In writing of her experience with Cardui, the woman's tonic She says further: "Before I began to use Cardui, 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 Cardui, 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 . uweu i. allium new stock baru. Jiuaut uy u The Rev. Benjamin Sewell. is at Oampton this week visiting , hi? mother. v T.. m i ri f A CARDUI The Woman's Tonic ut ' - " . t I L ' f p la viBiiiiJir ucr uiuouio. Mrii'and &Irs, A. J. Barnett: ous.M.nu.-- , Lu VY ly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's tonic You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing women for more than fifty years. a trial. I still use Cardui when I feel a little bad, and it always does me good." Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness, feelings, etc., are sure signs of womantired, worn-o- ayta win nave a saie g Get a Bottle Today! TREES. JM of his farm and personal proper- ty at his place here October 21; s to-da- y u of the Estill Fiscal Court. t new 'mill house, and wilt noon .be here and go io his pastor-iu- l ready to move to his new and work in the mountains assign fia.mnn&nf rtmi.tari ed to him by the recent session of 1 The pie supper at the school Conference at Nicholasville. The house Saturday night, 23rd, was Rev. Benj. Sewell who has also well attended and pies brought been giyen a circuit by Conference, will leave in a short time. from 25c to $2.00 each. They each have the best wisfies 'Squire Shelton McKinney was of a host of friends in this comin Irvine a few days the first of munity. the week attending the meetings Bro. Byrd goes to -- will make gist, 25o. A dose Adv. you cheerful at breakfast. For Good Bartering Try A. P. Johnson In the old stand, next to the Red River Hotel. l V ;0 W. J. Christopher, Sr., is how making his home here where he says he has his health much better than iu the Bluegrass. The sale Saturday of Lloyd Todd, agent for the W. J. Bar-ne- tt heirs, was largely attended all articles sold well. and daughter of Tho 14 month-ol- d Mr. aud Mr 8. KanKin uarnett is quite sick with a trouble similar t what caused the death of 'an o'der child a week ago. Buddje Crow hns completed Jiis new residence on the place he recently purchased of 'Squire Andy Grow has begun a new, residence on ino .anay Smethers place which he now owns just across the road roni Buddie Crow's, place. y. Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Su McKinney returned Tu.esduy from Win- .cheater where, they had been, attending their niece, Miss- Nora Ballard, daughter of. John. Bal lard wlQ has for seven yeeks ' been battling witk a, serious at tack of Jvphoid, fever, Misses , t j a u : .. .... trees, Fruit and Ornamental Kentucky's Coal Output Grape Vines, Rhubarb, AsIu 1915, Kentucky produced Shrubs, 21,304,874 tons of coal, with a paragus, Peonies, Phlox, Roses, etc. value at the mines of $21,404,003 The State ranked fifth in the list EVERY THING FOR ORCHARD, of States producing coal, PennLAWN AND GARDEN. sylvania, West Virginia, Illinois FREE CATALOGS Hindman, ond Ohio leading in the order NO AGENTS The production this named. Knot couuty while Parson Sewell will care for the church at More-hea- year gives promise of showing a H. F. HUlenmoyer & Sons. substantial gain over 1015, for Lexington, Ey. developments in the Eastern Sloan's Liniment for Neuralgia Aches fields have been on a large scale. Trie dull throb of neuralgia is Criterion Stock Sales. THE WINCHESTER BANK, quickly relieved by Sloan's Lini Boyle county is in the hub of of "Winchester, Ky. ment, the universal remedy for farming interests; any sales re Capital Stock $100,000 pain. Easy to apply; it quickly ported from there are criterions. Surplus and Undivided penetrates without rubbing and $200,000 Profits soothes the sore muselea. Cleaner Here are two: "Mr. Sam Hays, Jr.. sold to and more promptly effective than N. Holly Witherspoon, President. mussy plasters oi ointment; does VVhitehouse and Johnson sixteen Cashier. 1000 pound cattle at 0 cents the W. R. Sphar not stain the ekiu or clog the pores. Mr. M. 0. Helm YOUR ACCOUNT SOLICITED. pound For stiff muscles, qhTonio rheumo, Wra. Robinson tism, gout, lumbago, sprains and bought from Mr. Huguely CO toppy 108 pound strains it gives quick relief. Sloan's Liniment reduces the pain and in. shotos at 10c the pound. Mr. WHEN YOU WANT 3 cars of tlammation in insect bites, bruises, Helm will feed A SHAVE OR HAIR OUT bumps, and other minor injuries to hogs." OR ANY cuMdren. Get a bottle at Hunting Better Jobs ' TONSORIAL WORK your Druggist, 25o. Adv. t Four teachers in- tho Clark CALL ON county schools have- resigned PILOT since beginning their schools. In H. H. FHERIGO. (Crowded ouj;' last week.) most instances the teachers reD. O.Hall was in Stanton Tues- signing have dons so to 'take '' Farm and Shoes for Sale. schools in other places that pay day on business. . more money. A nice faim of 50 acres at Spout T, A. Hall sold a nice beef cow-tIn the Federal Court at Frank Spring and $500 stock of shoes. Jus. Oaks for $50.. Good dwelling;, well watered aud Oharlie'Pasley, of Duudee,was fort Friday were sentenced and seventeen close to churches and school. hera Saturday on business, mnonshiuers. conviatta, W, L. BYRD, That's on W fw, but not. enaugk; Jatk.FrMt, wft Spout Spring, Ky. d. -- Shampooing and Scalp Treatment STATEMENT OP THE OWNERSHIP, CIRCULATION, ETC., required by the Act of Congress ol August 34, 1912, of The Olay City Times, published weekly at Clay City, Ky.J, for Oct. 1, 1916. 2-- to-da- y State of Kentucky County of'owell ) lieforo mo, n Notary Public, in and for the Stato and count aforesaid, appeared J. E. Burgher, who, having been duly sworn according to law. deposes and says that he ia tho publisher of Tho Clay City Times, and that the following is, to tho best of his knowledge and belief, a ttuo statement of tho ownership, management, etc., of the aforesaid publication for the date shown in the above caption, required by tho Act of August 21, 1012: 1. That the nnmo and address of thn publisher, editor, managing: editor and business manager is : J. E. Burgher, Clay City, Ky. 2. That the owner is: II. G. Grab-tre- e, Clay City, Ky. 3. That the known bondholders, mortgagees, and other security iiolders owning or holding 1 per cent or moro of total amount of bonds, mortgagers, or other securities aro ; Thero are nono. J. E. BUitQHElt. Sworn to and subscribed before me this 3rd day of Oct., 1910. Addison T. Whttt, Notary Public, Powell County, Ky. My commission expires Jan. 23, 1910. ly - SHINULQ MILL FOR SALE. - Lane's Patent; 20,000 daily oa. pacity; in prime condition, Will sell at a bargain. Wm. Davis, Vaughn's Mill, Ky. Strayed; From my place about 2. weeks ago, 1 red muloy steer calf, weight about 825, with white spot under bodv. Howard for information leading to return to me as owner. liyerett Bums, OlayOity, Ky. . o MU.--mark- - 111 . 4. 4. Local Brevities Franklin MnrgiEon was in Gin cinnati Inst week on business. W. S. Rogers, of Dayton, 0., was- visiting relatives hero this week. F. B. Russell, of Louisville, is in the city this week on business. V. II. Harrison, general pas senger agent of the L. & E., was here Friday on business. - ' "Hello, Boys!" We are in receipt of a nice pic ture of Congressman John W. Langley with the titlo "Hello, Boys!" and the statement below that this was aVSnapshotofOon gressman John Langley Greeting n crowd of his Friends". John recognized The Times ed itor as one of his friends, for in sending us one of these pictures ho adds: "To my good fnend,-Mr. J. E. Burgher. With the compliments and good wishes of. Such tobacco enjoyment as you never thought could be is yours to command quick as you buy some Prince Washington, W. M. Lane left Saturday for 'Turnpike John'. D. C, Sept. 20, 101G." a Albert and fire-u- p Youngstown, Ohio, where he ex1900 when Powell was in the In pipe or a home-mad- e perts to securo employment. lOt li district, Mr. Langley was the cigarette ! Dr. and Mrs. Dickson, of Ash- Republican nominee against F. land, are visiting the family of A. Hopkins., This paper wut Albert gives Judge and Mrs. V. T. Adams. then as now, very strongly Dem you everytobacco satiMany Clay City and Powell ocratic, bo when Mr. Langley sfaction your smoke-appeti- te county people are in Lexington brought in a proposition to supever hankered today attending the famous Ring-Ji- ply tho mountain portion of his because for. district with turnpikes, we chris g Bros, circus. made by a patented it's tened him "Turukike" John. nrocess that cuts Dr. Martin reports the birth of Several days have passed since a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Algin then. Mr. Langley has made a Prince Albert has always i... mad. it,... . g MULMm.rsrui.jL m bite and parch moke pipe where Martin Sept. 80th. Also a son to good Congressman and we have sold without coupons or premiums. on smoked before been Mr. and Mrs. Asa Burgher Oct. often said so, particularly when prefer to give quality 1th. he never fails to vote right on the J. H. McClurkin, of Irvine, one liquor question. - We have open of the pioneer promoters and de- ly and frequently commended velopers of the Powell and- Estill him, and at the same tiine concounty oil fields, was in the city demned Democratic members of our own State. And when the this week. the national joy smoke" fight camo up for Federal aid to Harry Curry returned Satur- roads, John Langley was right has a flavor as different as it is delightful. You never tasted the like of day from the Jackson hospital "thar" and proved that-hwas And that isn't strange, either. where ho has been having a 6ore worthy of the name "Turnpike leg treated. His limb is now im- John", which we had given him Men who think they can't smoke a pipe or roll a ciga- Buy Prince Albert everyproving slowly. rette can smoke, and will smoke if they use Prince twelve ye'ars ago'. where tobacco it Bold in Albert. And smokers who have not yet given P. A. a try-oThe truth.of it is, John Lang- toppy red bag; Sc; tidy red Grant Frazier, Ray White, and ley, Republican, .and John "Bur- tin, 10c; handiome pound certainly have a big surprise and a ot of enjoyment n tin and Jake Hutchison have gone to gy", Demo6rat, are working for coming their way as soon as they invest in a, supply. and that corking fine humiDayton, 0., making a further in. the same thing, if wo do take pound cryttal-gtat- f Prince Albert tobacco will tell its own story! dor with crease in the large Clay City coltop that kee'p,th tobacco different roads to get there. Wo N. C. R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO, Winston-Saleony already there. in such cleoertrim-Ztdway-el are proud that we no longer have so much prejudice asto neglect Dr. J.. E. Goodwin, dentist, to give due recognition to' an' VVHYSKED,. haereturned to Oampton, where honorable opponent, even in the practice his profession. midst of an important campaign. return to Clay City December 1st to look after his work Presbyterian Church. here. Sunday School at 10 a. m.. and ICY. Mrs. Geo. E. Mers has purchas- preaching service every Sunday ed of Mrs. Ann French one' fiouse morning at 11 a,, m. Everybody Any Time-O- ne Students Admitted and lot in the eastern portion of welcome. town, and of Fred Smothers a Bad Colds from Little Sneezes Grow house and lot in the western por Many colds that hang on all winof the Best in tion ot town. ter a tight rhest. You know tho symtonis of colds, and you know Courses in Agriculture and Domestic Science. Meeting in Progress. prompt treatment will break them Review Classes in the Common Branches will be Conducled throughout The revival meeting at the uj). Dr. King's New Discovery, the Tem. Christian Church which began with its soothing antiseptic bal Sunday is commanding consider- sains, has .been breaking up colds By paying part of their Expenses in Work, Students may get able interest. The Rev. Elbert and healing coughs of young and Rates at the Dormitory as low as $1.5o per Week. "How much are your brooms toWinkler, of Willisburg, is assist- old for 47 years. Dr. Kings New day, mister?" y ing the pastor. Bro. Winkler Discovery loosens the phlegm, "Brooms ? Brooms ? Why, lady, we has held a number of meetings clears the head, soothes the irritat For Information Write to don't sell brooms counter." with this church, all of which ed membrane andmak.es breathing "Then what's that sign 'Sweep were very successful. easier. At yourDruggis , 50c. Adv ing Reductions' doing up there? I thought you were selling brooms Stanton, cheaper than usual." Prince n That's out 1 I We 1 - prince Albert humi-do- e it! ut half-poun- d eponge-moUtene- f. he-w- ill Ho-wil- l STANTON COLLEGE, at STANTON, Schools' Kentucky. at-th- is Rev. J. C. Hanley, President, Ky. THE CAUSES. " N ew i i,.k.f Fall j9& 'W ,i.r . "What do you suppose causes tho rise in breadstulTs ?" "Sometimes it is strikes, sometimes the failure of the wheat crop, sometimes speculation and often it is just plain ycast."v- ' ' DISINTERESTED. Rankin One halfjof tho world JThc best lubricatiou without carbon Millinery .2iiii I I doesn't know how .tho other half lives. " ' .. ai V. You rhyle And it never even ders why I won- Youngstown r Telegram. ..... f.. have leceived my Fall Showing of Millinery which invite You to call and inspect before buying. COULDN'T BE BETTER. : r jiprriecioHiurviurcrair-cooioio-A .water. fma11 ....... l.M ir. j vuiia iTU&e., a paie. imn,iu;n lire r. nil r. MchN. iimt purenvvv vi on uui vi no t.Lr j Auto Ull will FRE8 one 63 ral. itcel Kirrel with faucrf. tine to ui ly jwu iwryenniinenmioniro. t'liraoi 01 ui trta LUj.. oc wr taliA. . CI! AS. C. STOM. Oil. CCI. .. i: .... i nr;nr , k.rJ .U. Irwiul.. dl. ...jlc.-h-. , f t.!Ui t mhk . . . A . "I want to marryiyour daughter, F nii W?!;; ua-j- a EASY QUESTION. will find here the LATEST STYLES and prices that are bound to please You. sir." 'VTien tho loccs in the Panama "How aro your prospects ?" "Very good, sir. i"Shj says eho'll canal won't work, wlrat do they do?" "Find a key to the situation." have me' Jgjj m TROLLEY CAR STYLE. "Conductor, Lafayette street." "What street is that?" " I want to get oil at ' MRS. W. J. MOUNTZ. - Sr I-- Never buy cheap or unknown cosmetics from bargain stores, "I called that street about live- - and ton-cestores, etc Knicker Who dqesjtho baby look goods too often contain deleteriousSuch blocks back." , inlik0? ' gredients which do ultlmato injury to "The douce you did !" . the skin. All Elizabeth Kin Toilet Bocker no isanjfftral. New Specialties aro of Buperline", "Ycsj sir. I yelled Lafc-vc- t' warranted York Times. quality: MirOfilf . Ifo kti; CAUTIOUSBABY. W ' ADV ICG: nt ten a'. '.. -: ' ... ;: . T