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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): October 12, 1916 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1916 cla1916101201_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 12, 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. 0 L' ' 'Z CITY TIMES Clay-Clte J. E. burgher, Publisher; VOL, XXI. We arc Here to Help Surrourufing Country and Ourselves. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY CLAT OITY, Ky.,TflttiSDAY, OCTOBER 32, J9IO NO 41 Vote on Train. Coining up on the night C. Now for Fruit Trees. Government Cop Report. Hauling Freight. J: ; dccreuBO in production is an every day occurrence Arbor. day'i3 coming and every it proepecto of the country's pnn that wagon loads of goods and pno .will want- to observe thl cip'al farm crop9 excepting corn other freight goes from the de event. In PpVell county we hav iliix, rice and kafirs, was includ oot here to the oil fields. Dress spontaneous!growing all kinds ed in the Dapartinent of Agri od lumber is another very nn of forest timber in abundance portaut article that goes front Cut off thisyjjar and it is grow culture monthly report. yeur. cut wn v A preliminary estimate places here. The field may be know iiit; uuuii the wheat, crop at 607,557,000 as the "Irvine field" but Olay fruit treeB. itts different. They bushels, a drop of 8,500,000 bush City figures quite prominently in must be reset from year to year as older trees:, die off. Look to els irom the amount forecasted its behalf. All we need is September 1, conditions year 'round passable road np your orcharcTbach fall, aud Ar from and 401,000,000 bushels under Hardwick's creek so freight and bor Day NoylrlOth is a good re last year's record breaking crop passengers can get from hero nmider ofyoUr duty to your or Corn production prospects in there and the business will come chard. HiEi Hillenmeyer & creased 8,400,000 as a result of this way. The Times believes Sous, nurserymen at Lexington favorable weatherconditions dur that if we had a road from here for 75 years, can supply you with iug September and a total crop to the oil fields such as can be what you want and need. Send of 2,717,082,000 bushels to fore traveled every day in the year for their fall, catalog aud then f the business now going sonie of tiieinirees. cast, that is more than 3,000,000 to Irvine on account.of the oi less than harvested last yenr. Must Build High School. The white potato crop is the developments about the Cottage smallest since 1911. The presen and Old Furnace, would come to A dispatch, from Frankfort says: "Holding that the Stan forecast of production 16 800,508, Clay Oity. ton College, of Powell county, is 000 bushels, a decrease of 17,929, Triplets to the Editor. sectarian school, the Depart 000 bushels from the estimate The wife of the Rev. A. W ment of Education has notified made a mouth ago and 69,000,000 owin, oi layette county, pre the Board of 'Education of Pnw. bushels below last year's crop. seated him with three healthy ell county thai, it could not make Tobacco prospects decreased arrangements jvith the college as a 6 babes Tuesday. One was a seven 20,495,000 poundp since pounu coy, tne otner two were u ii i ii sunuoi.3 j.ne iiaaru oi EjQ 'month's' report, but the indicated county desired production this year 1,208,077, girls, and weighed four and five ucation of Povvjell to enter infos a contract with pounds. All three babes are 000 pounds, will lie a" record. well formed. - The Rev. Mr, Stanton .Oofiegb- - to use it as Decrease in production pros high 8chQ0l;-ziupay the tuition pects from last month, indications Swift is editor of the Centra of the pupHsAwhich the Depart include oats, 1,860,000 bushels' Me"thodist, recently succeeding baWey, 005,000 bUshels: buck. pr. E. G. B. Mann, Presiding school is seiaftrian.. The Board Oity : wheat,.4,846:00d-bushel8"sweet Eider of the lClay riw charge, as of .Education; J(i " je .1imi uiuguziue. Powell .county euuur, ui Further STANTON. (By P. O. - one-hal- Derthick.) O. train from Louisville the othMr. and Mrs. J. D. Atkinson and er night, a prominent Mt. SterJames were in Lexington this past ling Democratic politician met week. ' up with a prominent Winchester The new depot is being built and politician of opposite poIitii':il it is going to be a fine one, one that faith. Their conversation natur. ally drifted to a wo will all be proud of. political discussion and each mainMrs. Green Caudill, of Hatton Creek, is visiting her sister in Ows- tained that the chances of his choices for the Presidency. They ley county who is very sick. finally agreed to leave the merits Albert Skidmorc and family vis- of their individual contentions to ited relatives and friends in and a straw vote of tho entire train. around Stanton the past week. There were in all 00 voters on Mr. Parsons, our new depot the train from the smoker to tho agent, has moved his family into the rear Pullman and of these 40 their intention to vote Chancy property near the depot. for Wilson, 21 for Hughes and 2 Buford Estes left last week for were Socialists but expressed Somerset where he attended the preference for Wilson. Needles State Sunday School Convention to say, the Winchester gentleLinvill Martin, of Gordonton man's "feathers drooped" con was nerc tins week visiting his siderably. Mt. Sterling Senti- grandmother, Mrs. Sarah Jackson good-natured iV; Mrs. Henry Morris is going to move her tamily to the lurnaco country where she will keep boarders. The Road Case. The suit questioning the legality of the Powell County Road Commission, which was passed upon by Judge Shackelford a few weeks ago, in which he sustained a temporary injunction, was argued before the Court of Appeals at Frankfort yesterday, but up to the hour of going to press we were unable to learn if the Court had passed upon it yet. This case is of "vifal" ifnportauce to many people of Powell county and they have anxiously awaited the decision of the final court. r 1 d Miss Julia Evan spent the day with Prof, and Mrs. Ranson at Clay City this past week and had n fine time. Messrs. Edgar Arnett, Guy Wat son and brother, George Derickson, and Miss Margaret lylc were in Glay City this past week. - - jf barrels and sugar beets, 148,000. tons. . ii ua ice uetuyib The election ofvechbnl sabdis- trict trustees passed off very qui etly in this county Saturday. No trouble whatever being reported from any of the districts. In some places trustees were select' ed without a contest. Particu arly was this uoticeablo in the Waltersville 6chool which had been merged with the Darlings villo school last Spring. Carter Reynolds, first in a court action to prevent the combination of Suffered .from Acute Indigestion. these two' schools, was elected While at the home of Mr. Geo. trustee without opposition. W. Olark at Vaughn's Mill Fri Biting Frost. day night at 12 o'clock, the Rev. M. S. Wilson was attacked with The first real biting frost of the a very severe spell of acute iudi season to strike the people adja gestion, which only for the time cent to Olay Oity, visited us this Jy arrival of a physician, 'might morning. A number of previous have proved fatal. Ho is now minor frosts have doue no harm able to be out again. Bro. Wil lere. In other sections coru and son held In 8 first services at the cane blades were bitten by these Methodist church at Hardwick's early frosts. Persimmons, haws, creek on Sunday, having suffi and nuts are ripened by the ciently recovered to do so though frosts, but the nut crop, particu still very wean. any tne hickory uut crop, is very short. McChesney at Mt. Sterling. The Hon. H. V. McChesney, of .The first price given below is the "average on October 1 this year, and the second, the aver age on October 1 last year, for nentncKy: Wheat, 144 and 102 cents per bushel. Coru, 80 and 70. Oats, 60 and 40. Potatoes, 100 and 46. Hay, 311.00 and $18.20 per ton. Eggs, 25 and 19 cents per dozen. Frankfort, will speak at Mt. Sterling Monday afternoon, court day, at 1:80 o'clock Mr. Mc Ohesney la a flue speaker and one of the soundest DewocratB in principle in this State. Go hear hua while at court. Sells Cattle. Russell Strikes It F. B. Russell, who is drilling for oil on the Patrick farm near Furnace, struck a nice flow of oi) ast week. Other wells are be- ng drilled on his holdings in this territory, where the outlook is very bright. Teachers' Pjy. Report comes from Frankfort thut checks will be sent to county Superintendents this week for money to pay teachers their first salaries for this school year. It will be a welcome visitor, O.Daniel, of the Snow creek neighborhood, sold' and delivered Wednesday eighteen head of 800 pouduV fat heifers and cows to Steve Bowen at 5 cents. O. Te Meve te Clark. Oscar W. Staples has rented a Today is Columbus Day, a lo- farm in Olark county aud is mov-jii- f gal holiday, but it is safa to say there this week. Mr. Staple is a good citizen whom we it will not be observed to any great extent in Olay Oity; - jrert to.st-lMyeH- . Mr. w arson, oi jieveianu, u who is drilling a well at Torrent, Kel iri. Hospital. was hero this week on business, R. L. Ware" died. Saturday in They are finding oil in that coun try. the hospital at Lexington after a Word came that Doc Spencer, of very brief illness of pneumonia. Oklahoma, was killed there one day Any one wishing to travel with The remains' wefejirought to the tho past week. His assassins have Uncle Sam and see tho world will home: of his father, T. B. Ware, been arrested and lodged in the do well to see Mr. Baker. and buried in the fnmily grounds We are informed that D. R. Clark Campton jail. at Virden Monday.- - Deceased has bought out the interest of Lewin Mrs. Kate Bohannan, accompa was abont 45 years old, and be nied by Miss Elizcbcth Boone, vis- Conlee in the farm recently pursides his father and mother at chased by Lewis and George Con- Virdeu, he is survived by a wife, ited the schools in the lower part of Ice. It is said that Mr. T. C. Coulee and a daughter twelve years old tho county this past week and found will buy the farm of Mr. Clark's and Mr. Ware hud been residing iu them all doing nice work. they will probably move to their Bourbon county for the past Richard Crowe held a splendid new purchase near Louisville. eighteen months. meeting at Heidelberg last Sunday Miss Grace Centers, of Morrin with four additions. He has moved Drilling for Oil in Morgan. Creek, was taken to Hazel Green to lis family to Pompeii. Wc regret Judge J. H. Hdrdwick, of this to see him go as he was scuh a fine be under the care of Dr. Centers. county, and John G. White, of worker in our k Prayer She suffered ten heraorages shortly after arriving there but is doing Winchester, are drilling for oil Meeting. better now. Her brother Cash is about Oannel Oity; This terriMessrs. Durat Ewen, Charles very low with pneumonia and his tory was partially developed sev. Crowe, Pink Welch, E. H. Ewen, recovery is very (lonimui at tins eral years ago. The slump iu oil Billy Bowcn, Holt Derickson, Press writing. prices cauaeu arming to cease. Maraio Derickson, t was not a condemnation "of the Johnson, Misses Mr. James Patrick went over on Ewen and Mrs. Hattie Cow- Rhett field. the Fox farm where they recently gill, also attended the RingUng Bros. drilled a well and it was thought to Circus at Lexington. "The Kentucky Magazine." bo a dry hole, and found tho well Rev. Elbert Winkler was here full of fine oil. Tho well was 800 Beginning Nov- - 1st. W. P. 'riday from Clay City wliero he is feet deep and oil was found toeomo Huntington "The Ken tucky Magazine' whichjs do- - holding his fifth revival meeting. to within 110 feet of tho top of the signed to fill a long felt need Ho will begin a meeting here on tho well. This well is leased by Mrs. of this State, and should be most 19th of November at the Christian Bohannan. highly appreciated by its peo- church. We arc glad to welcomo Among thoso who attended tho Bro. Winkler back to our town ple. Ringling Bros. Circus at Lexing again. ton were: Dr. I. W. Johnson, Mrs. Married at Natural Bridge. Willard Roark, of Breathitt, Margaret Vance, Miss Nancy Ew L. N. Ooons aud Miss Nora county, was here over Sunday visSwope, daughter of Mr. aud Mrs. iting with tho writer and studying en, Ur. A. L. ivnox and wile, tloyd Wills and wifo, Mrs. Pricilla Bow- Wait Swope, were married 10 canning factory at this place. en, U. J. linn anu inmuy, Miss Wednesday, Oct. 4th at the home Mr. Rorak has a email hand outfit Maggie Morton and tho writer and of the bride's parents at McOor-mio- at his homo and has built up a wife. It is suro marvelous what this county Rev. Rich pleudid trado among his fricnuV dumb unimnls can bo taught to do. Holland officiated. and neighbors. Ono could hardly believe that they Montgomery county will vote Sergeant L. W. Baker, of Somer could do such things till they see n November uuo'a. a nroDositiou set, who is now stutioncd at Mt. with their own eyes. The Cinderel- tolMue $15,000 ijwuda to buy. a. Sterling, is here in the interest of a play was wonderful and capti pooi1 farm. Bettarnot do it. recruiting men for the army. Ho vated tho young people as well as teep out.or UobtT hotel, the great crowd present. is stopping at tho Blackburn .3 Ja mid-wee- will-issu- e k, , V ? - v. 1 ilJD ilffi no : T.,n,rpn : -' JBorn to Mr. una Mrs. Geo. v .,v.NAPA. Ew-e- n JE.. Burgher, Friday afternoon, a daughter. Mrs. Olenn Buckhan'nan is vis Publisher. iting her parents at Carlisle this week. Y March 3, 1870. ;A HOME-MA- mail Entered as second-clas- s Miss Mila Knox spent Saturday at tho Post Offlco at Clay City, with Miss Stella Cougletou ,nt Ky., under tho Act of Congress of Slade. DE v PAPER. .1 Miss Myrtle Morton has been very low with typhoid fever, but is .improving, Mrs. Carl' Hendrix, of Winchester, is here spending a few days with her husband. The ladies of the W. O. T. U. met with Mrs. Harter Saturday afternoon with nine members. Messrs. Adis Powell, Lunsford AlisonpBuckhannanaml Harter, with their wives, spent Sunday at Torrent. - .THURSDAY, OCT. 12, 1910. ...The- L. & N. Railroad Company pays its stockholders 20 per cent on their investments, and is as sessed for tuxution at about 20 per cent nn its original cost of cost of its construction, and-th- e The farmer pays equipment. tux on his property at no less than 80 per cent, then gets raised by the County Board of Super visors, and a little later the coun ty gets raised ky the State Board of Equalization. The average farmer operates his farm at p. loss if he takes into account the interest that would accrue on the money invested in land a'nd the worth of his wages. This is a funny old world fo. because when the proposition was up last year to change the constitution so property in Kentucky could be classified for taxation, the farmer voted for it. This - only means that the bit; railroads of the factories State will be in a low tax classified list, and the farmer in a high tax classified list. And the hon est old farmer will fall wild over the man to send to the Legislature next that will make the quickest work of the farmer. It seems that the farmers enjoy s worked as well as- the- - trix iters, enjoy ruling. v be-in- Quito a number of the members of the Masonic lodge from here attended that order at last night. , Fil-so- n t t J T T t t T t t t t T Y Y t HAEDWICK & COMPANY t ... t Fall and Winter Gkods. t f T T 1 t t i 'J - V ' SPOUT SPRING Those from here who attended court at Irvine Monday reported the live stock market there very : duii. James Harrison was unanimously elected school trustee of here on Saturour day. No opposition was given sub-distri- f Our Fall and Winter Goods are now:in. We invite you to call and se.e them and get our prices. We handle ' date and good Merchandise, and at prices that will save you money. It is our aim to carry as riear as possible every thing the people want. It will pay you to call when in need of any thing in dry goods, notions, clothing, women's 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 beds, springs, mattresses, blankets, comforts, cots, trunks, suit cases, (grips, oil carpets, sewing, machines, saddles, up-torea'dy-to'-wear I, J1! . t him at all. , Mrs. Fannie Witt and Mrs. Beckie Browning, of Mercer county, are visiting their broth, er, Zeke Cqnner, and other relatives in the county. Mr. and Mrs. fShelt McKinney returned Saturday from a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Chas. A. Coulee, near Stanton, where a little Miss is being entertained in their , nnmn. r Y Y harness, hardware, queensware, groceries, Bain wagons, Studebaker wagons. We handle Queen Quality shoes for women, Walk-Ove- r shoes for men. Stetson and Astor brand' hats. Hart; Schaff-nenan- d Marx and Matchless brand clothing, Arrow brand , 1 It Is a regrettable fact that the Court of Appeals has bad to rule thft Stanton College cannot be used as a high school for Powell county, and that the Board of Education must provide for such school. Miss Nora Ballard, of Winches tn n Aon a ahi ah o ill'iiAoa tir niVi ed laBt week, died there, buried Friday- - T. 8. MeKinney, an uncle, and Misses Laura and Roda McKinney, cousins, attend ed the funeral. V T' Y t T Y Y Y shirts and collars. If you believe in buying uptto-dat- e goocls and learning wheMPybu can-ge- t the most for your money, try us. and-wa- s The law also provides, that the County Board of Education shall build school houses and maintain alf expenses of the several schools of the county outside of the graded cchool6. It goes still further and pi'orides that no more than 20 ceuts on each hundred dollars shall be collected in tax to do all this with. No.w.,in Powell county, by the Board of- Education trying to keep up the general running expenses of the schools - VAUGHN'S MILL. Miss Kutn Davis is Home on a two weeks visit. 'X t t t Y Hardwick & Co., STANTON. the following described property : One Farm of 50 acres in high state of cultivation, with 1 dwelling with two porches and 8 rooms, and two baruB. good driver, 1.Horse, two-stor- y alone, it has been necessary to SI,-000. run into debt aud now is so in. volved to the extent of about If any one can tell The Times how our Board of Education is to care for our schools and at tho same time build a high school on the money at it's command, we' will bo very thankful. It cannot be doue. Then something must be done. We must send our children to high school and now that. Stanton College cannot be used, we can only say to the State authorities "Here's our money and here's tho needs." We want to do, but are in the same attitu.de of the.Mi6sourians "show 'us how" as well as tell what to do. The Herald reports that 13,000 people attended clfu'rch services This is in Lexington Sunday, the population of that city and shows signs for good in one of the accredited wickedest cities in the country. Thus may we dare to hope that the world S really growing better. one-thir- d Mrs. W. M. Davis is visiting her son, Wiufred Davis, at Ciu cinnati. Boss Barnett and wife spent Sunday afternoou with J. F. Y Smith and family. Mrs. G. W. Bush has returned home from Illinois, where she has beonvisiting for the month. visiting her grandfather Jas. est sympathy of many friends. Willoughby, last week. Mrs. Mary Katrln, of Stanton, Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Joe Holman and daughter, of and Mrs. Mattie Lee Haskin from and Mr. Bavtlett, of Win. Chester, spent Sunday with Edd Peck's creek, were the guests of near Mt. Sterling were the guests of Mrs. Colia Frazier one day last Jas. Holman last Sunday. Bush. 1 They spent tho night Mrs. Green Kinser was visiting week. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Clark spent with the family of Mrs. Margaret Saturday night and Sunday with her mother and father, and tho former's mother, Mrs. G. W. friends in Leo county last week. Faulkner, Clark. Head-OCough That John Holman and bis son and Mr. Shelby Branham and Miss daughter, of Torre Haute, Jnd., At the. first sight of sore throat, Mattie Estes, eloped last Thurs are visiting Jas, Holman this tight ohest or stuffed-uhead take day to Frenchburg, where they week, a dose of Dr. Bell's were married. The healing pine. tar, sooth, Rev. Sherman Robbins preach ing honey and glycerino quickly Mrs. W. M, Jackson has re- ed two very able sermons at this turned homo after a two weeks place last Sunday and Sunday relieve the congestion, loosen tho phlegm and break up your cold. visit with her daughter, Mrs. night. has all of Pilot View, Dr. Bell's David Thrasher, who had been the benefits of tho healing aroma Mrs. G. W. WiBeman, and lit- working at the oil fields for sev from a pine forest, it is pleasant to tle: daughter, Dorsie, of Akron, eral months, was ..back home last) take and antiseptic. The formula O., have returned homo after, a three weeks visit with relatives oaturqay nigur. on the bottle tells why it relieves and friends. Jumos, John and Charley Hol colds and coughs. At your Diug. man were visiting their friends gist, 25o. Adv. BOWEN. and relatives at Knowltou last Clay McDonald has moved into Thursday and Friday. the Lemming property. The of Clay Bob Stone is repairing the McDonald died one day Inst week I will oiTer for sale on my home of Virgil Atkinson. premises at Spout Spring, Ky., and was buried at the'Faulkner Miss Bertha .Willoughby was graveyard. They hive thedeep. Oct. 2ISt, I9l6, ? IMare, 8 " u 1 Jennet 2 " it ff All-Win- 1 Wagon and 2 pr. breeching, 2 Buggies and harness, p 2 1 2 1 1 1 j. steerp, Plne-Tar-Hono- 22 " " heifers, " yearling " . ' Ru-par- d Pine-Tar-IIon- 1 of plows, About 850 bu. of corn, 1 Calves, Deering mowing machine, rake, 1 disk.harrow, 4 ' 1.'" ..S uuiiiug uuitar inuw, plow gang,' and other kinds' 1 ' ' 1 " 4 lotoLoats, . ,, t 1Q0 shocks of fodder, 1 piano, 1 parlor suite,' 1 Public Sale! . 8ll,e Large Refrigerator, . ,; ., hpueohold, aud. kitclv-- , Bedstead, en furniture too numerous ton mention. .7 Terms mado known ondayof,) , ( . W.LBYRD,Spul Spring, Ky. ; V- inoil . -- x .. -- ;. . ' V Si Tanlac, the Great New Medicine, Sweeps over Nation, Merit; Wins and Multitudes Give it Praise. . " V 1 Low Prices and High Quality have a large stock of general iner ehanclise, shoes, groceries, etc., and we know that by dealing with us We i'Made ' Me Younger'"Put Me Back on The Payroll""Gave ' Me New Life'Wn the Thousands 6FEn3orse- ments Given Master Medicine. ' This is Tanlac Week. Moro than seven million five hundred thousand bottles of Tanlac have been sold in the United 'States in the two years since the first bottle was sold. That fact alone is sufficient explanation why Tanlac Week should now be ""celebrated in cities throughout the United States. The tremendous and unprecedented success of Tanlac could nob have been achieved without true merit. The 8,000 druggists who are giving Tanlac their renewed endorsements by special displays this week know that they have behind them the unqualified endorsement of Tanlac by millions of satisfied customers. No other medicine has ever had the same success that Tanlac has won as a tonic, appetizer, and revitalizer. Its fame was instantaneous and it spread through the country until today .it is known everywhere as The Master Medicine. Save Money We try to keey oar stock complete and oar aim is io give every customer fall value for their money. Give us a trial. You Can Henry Waldron WALTERS V I LLE, - - KENTUCKY ! 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' i " si - Now a Household Remedy ;: Roots, herbs and barks best suited to a great touic uro used in tho making of Tanlac. They selected scientifically and bleuded with care. In order to insure a supply of tben for Tanlac, are The Cooper Medicine Compnny bought largo amounts of certain ingredients. Ten tons of one in. gredieut were lought on one order. Taulao'a success, starting so quickly, is lasting. It has become a household remedy und is in two million homes because it is the great medicine which Nature offers from her best products. Millions of people know this and Tanlac therefore is praised everywhere as The National Tonic the upbullder of health and strength through the stomach, blood and uerveB. Married in Lexington. The marriage of Miss Mabel Clare Norton to Mr. Aaron Striger was quietly solemnized in Lexington Saturday by Rev. I. J. Spencer, in the presence of Miss Grace Law and Mr. Lawrence Robbing. The bride is the only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. V. G. Norton, and a beautiful and acMr. complished young lady. Striger is formerly from North Vernon, Ind., but is now employ, ed by the National Lime and Stono Co., Carey, 0., and is an excellent young man in every respect. Mr. aud Mrs. Striger after a brief honeymoon will be at home to their friends at 120 N. East st., Carey, O. The. bride is well known to many friends and relatives in this county, who extend cou MIIII Has Helped Thousands. X) OB imwwm TREES. As- FRUIT AND SHADE TREES, Shrubs, drnpo Vines, Rhubarb, paragus, Peonies, Phlox, Roses, etc. No Agents. . Free Illustrated Catalog EVERY THING FOR ORCHARD, LAWN AND GARDEN. H. F. Hillenmeycr & Sons. Lexington, Ky. Nurserymen Since 1841. THE WINCHESTER BANK, of Winchester, Capital Stock Surplus and Undivided Profits Ky. $100,000 $200,000 A. p.- -' YOU CAN BUY TANLAC AT THESE gratulations. EXCLUSIVE AGENCIES Eaton & McGuire, Clay City, Ky. Taulao may if! IjOWeC, IJay aim IVUlg; n obtained in Hill, Ginter Bros.? Torrent. Store; Waltersvillo, Henry Taylor Day; Irvine, Irvine dron, aud Beattyville, Thomas at Hardwick '& Co.; J. ...... . be Wal-Staoto- vuui:tse-'xiuf- i..ii c ti r , tintucnci, n..t uuou n.. ucum n..ct. i ij-nu- . W Engagement Announced. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Heury Oourtnoy havo announced the engagement' of their daughter, Viola Elizabeth, to Mr. Charles Kbdgera Salisbury, the wedding to take place in the early autumn; Mr, Sanabury's former .home was Cumberland, Mary- - land, but ho is now with the City girl who has many friends Consolidated Coal Company, be ana well wisuers hero. ing stationed at MuRoberts, Ky. Tobacco Sucker in Demand. He is a mining engineer by pro fession, aud a young man of There must bo a groat demand Miss Oourtnoy is for tobacco this time despite the one, of Winchester's prettiest sploudid crop housed, Exchanges girls, and is well known and popreport dealers iutfsone couutie.8 ular throughout Kentucky, offering to buy tobacco suckers Winchester Democrat. 'Miss Courtney is a former Clay at three cents perpgund. N. Holly Withcrspoon, President. Sloan's Liniment for Neuralgia Aches Cashier. W. li. Sphar The dull throb of neuralgia is quickly relieved by Sloan's Lini- YOUR ACCOUNT SOLICITED. ment, the universal remedy for pain. Eaey to apply; it quickly penetrates without rubbing and WHEN YOU WANT soothe'b he soro muscles. Cleaner A SHAVE OR HAIR CUT and moro promptly effectivo than OR ANY inu8sy plasters oi ointment; does TONSORIAL WORK not stain the skin or clog the pores. For stiff muscles, chronic rheuma, CALL ON Usui, gout, lumbago, sprains aud H. H. PHERIQO. strains it gives quick relief. Sloan's Liniment reduces the pain and in. ilammatlon in insect bites, bruises, Strayed. bumps, and other minor injuries to my place about 1 weeks From at ch'ldren. Get a bottle ago, 1 red in u ley steer calf, weight Adv. your Druggist, 25o. about 025, with white spot uuder has been closed in Ma- b.ody. Reward for information A school son rouuty aud one hundred pu- leading to return to me as owner. Everett Burns, GlayCity, Ky. pils vaccinated ugaiust dipthuna. to-da- y Local Brevities Offering Prizes. Tho Kentucky Equal Rights Thos. Edge, of Nadn, was in Association in order to stimulate the city the latter part of the an intelligent interestln the subweek. ject of Woman Suffrage among the coming generation of citiMiss Mary Simpson-- , of zens, proposes a contest open to is visiting her aunt, all pupils in the private and pubMrs. T. 0. White. . lic schools of the State and offers Mr. and Mrs. Jas. G. Easter, of $100 in prizes for: The four best essays in favor Hazard, visited friends and rela of the enfranchisement of wotives here over Sunday. men. Mrs. T. G. White and Miss First prize, - $50 in gold Second prize, - 25 in gold Mary Simpson visited relatives Third prize, - 15 in gold in Lexiupton Monday. Fourth prize, - 10 in gold Rules and Conditions. . Olay City Odd Fellows are not 1. Composition must contain represented at the Grand Lodge not less than 1000 nor more than now in sessiou at Louisville. 1500 words. Mrs. Luther Loving and chil2. Content .will count sixty dren have returned from a visit per cent and will bo judged acto relatives at Bowling Green. cording to accuracy, logical arguForm L. W. Searles returned Satur- ment, and originality. will count forty per cent and will day from a business trip toPenn be graded according to spelling svlvania and New York slates. and correct and clear English. 8. Information rnay be. secur J. G. Easter, of Fleming, attended the funeral of his mother, ed from parents, teachers, sufMrs. Albert Easter at Powell's frage organizations, etc. A cer Valley over Sunday. tain amount of literature will be furnished free to contestants upMr. and Mrs. Patrick Henry, on application to the chairman. of Heidelberg, spent from Satur4. If any compositions of merday till Monday with Mrs. 11. A. by students in a it are lrvin, Sr., and Dr. R. A. Irvin. grade submitted the seventh a lower than Mr. and Mrs. Grit Johnson, and special prize of ten dollars will Miss Lawrence, of Northmiddle-towu- , be awarded the best. 5. All manuscripts must be spent Wednesday with' Mrs. in the hands of the committee no Johnson's aunt, Mrs. William later than March 15, 1917. The Mouutz, Sr. name, address, and school grade A. T. Whitt aud Henry of the writer an"d the address of went to Cincinnati yester- the school must appear on the day morning and returned last back of the last page of manu night with Mr. Waldron's new script. Ford touring car. PFesbyterian' Church. Man-Chester, ' Decline in Hof( Cholera. Tho loss of h'pga-- in Kentucky from cholera the past year wfis but $1,000,000, against $2,000,-00in former years. The great reduation in Kentucky's loss in the swine industry has been accomplished by work at the Hog Cholera Serum "Laboratory aud : 0 STANTON COLLEGE, KY. STANTON, Students Admitted at Any Time by the campaign conducted by that department in the Experiment Station, during, tho last six years, according to claims of Dr. Graham, head of the Department of diseases of Jive "stock. Several hundred hogs were vaccinated in Pbw6ll during tho siege of hog cholera, 18 months ago, but our farmers at that time did not place niUch- - value to its operations then.t Many fanners say most ull theyhad vaccinated died, while many not vaccinated got well. EPWORTHLBAGUE Leader: Miss Ruth .Tutt. JHUsslomStudy Kally Day. One of the Best Schools in Kentucky. Courses in Agriculture and Domestic Science. Review Classes in the Common Branches will be Conduced throughout the Tcim. By "paying part of their1 Expenses in Woik, Students may get Rates at the Dormitory as low as $1.5o per Week. For Information Write to Rev. J. C. Hanley, President, Stanton, Ky. KM Subject: -- '." Song. . Prayer. . Scripture LessonY 1 Cor. 10:1-2Mis9ion Study Book Reunion Mrs L. W. Searles. Sunrise in the Sunrise Kingdom airs, a. i. uarr. Home Missions Mrs. W. R. Cassidy. Wilson. The Uplift of Ohina-K- ev. Korea in Transition Mrs. W. J. y Mountz. Mexico Today Mrs. "V. T. McGulre. SL-SSAdvance in tho Antilles Miss Esther Searles. Dnybrenk in tho Dark Continent-M- rs. R. L. Tipton. Song. y QUICK CHANGES ; Benediction, 1. S m ij Jgtg23 RICHMOND, KY. A TRAINING SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS Courses lending to Elementary, Intermediate nnd Life State Certificates. Valid in all 1'ubllo Schools of Kentucky. Special Courses nnd Review Courses. Tuition Frco to Appointees. Two splendid dormitories, new model school, new manual training building, practice school, dopartment of agriculture, n well equipped Domestic Science. First Term begins gymnasium. September 7. second Term November 10, 'HUM Terra January 23, Fourth Term April 5, Summer School opens Juno 14, Catalocuo Free. j. a. CnADBK, Pre.IJent. OF LEVEL FIGURATIVELY SPEAKING. - Wal-dro- n "Popi wliafs a pessimist?" ,"' Lake in Eastern Washington That It Seems Strange, .' "A man who's seasick during hia Causes Trouble to the Residents en tiro voyage of life. Qwan to bed Along Its Borders. We know a number of people in Breathitt coufity aud they. are j DUUi X1U IT all good peop'le,b1ifc Mr. and Mrs. Shug Walters, of Irvine,- - and several relatives nt the deceased, attended the funery al of Mrs. Albert Easter -- atPow-ell'sValle- church-Sunday- . Elder Elbert Winkler, of who is now conducting the revival at the Christian church here, will assist the. pastor, Elder Richard Crowe, in a protracted meeting with the Stanton Christian 'church beginning November 20th. Wil-lisburg, slrange that, hardjy any kind of Sunday School at 10 a. m.vand. an election .canyjjjaes off there preaching service every Sunday without ft:sho6friijjorape, a"nd; morning at 11 a. m. Everybody the . ajTair Saturdairilwhich oue welcome. man was killed aud four otheis Bad Colds from Little Sneezes Orow were wounded "qverjailisputo in a Many colds that hang on all win- trustee's election ls'tb benieplor. ter a tight rhest. You know the ed by airKentuckians.'f " symtonis of colds, nnd you know From reports it seems that tiie prompt treatment will .break them dispute which cause'd-th- e trouble up. Dr. King's New Discovery, arose when some women came to with its soothing antiseptic bal participate in the ele'etiou, which sams, has been breaking up colds they had a legal right tp do. The and healing coughs of young and two candidates for trustee were old for 47 years. Dr. Kings New brothers in-la- it does seem Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Garrett and littlegrauddaughter, Eunice Oarr, visited their daughter, Mrs. Geo. Oonlee at Richmond last week. While there Mr. Garrett attend-etho Madison county court markets. He reports a decline of almost one cent per pound on some cattle during the day. d Discovery loosens the phlegm, Constipation Dulls Your Drain clears the head, soothes the irritatThat dull, listless, oppressed ed uiumbmie and makes breathing eusier. At yourDruggis ,50c. Adv. feeling is due to impurities in your system, sluggish liver, clogged inFOR SALE. testines. Dr. King's New Life Two Shetland ponies, gentle to Pills give prompt relief. A mild, ride, and drive. Will sell reason- easy, bowel movement able. Apply to or write A. M. will tone up your system and help Burgher, Olay City, Ky. to clear your muddy, pimply Get a bottle of Dr. King's New Life Pills at your Druggist, 25o. A dose will make you cheerful at breakfast. Adv. t. non-gripin- g com-plexio- n. to-da- y New Fall I I 1 I who was interested in the 'Companion's account of a lake in Italy that rises-anfalls in a singular and,.npexplaincdrwAj Tiasseni fis some equallvtstrange facts about a. lake, in eastern. Washington. The town of Kahlotus is built on tho shores of the lake, and since it. was once nearly submerged by one, of the' Jake's sudden chnnges in lovel, a dike ten or twelve feet high has been built to protect the houses against another catastrophe.' The lake is normally a quarter of a mile wide and a mile and "a half long, hut at times tho water falls so far that the lako is hardly 150 yards wide. Tho fall is always sudden, and so is the rise that eventually fol lows. Only one small stream enters the lake, and there is no visible outlet, but the water is always fresh. When the railway was built through Kahlotus the workmen tried to carry the tracks across the lake on an embankment, but the sand was swallowed up almost as fast as it was poured in. A ditch was then dug to carry off the water through a tunnel into a nearby canyon. Half way through the tunnel the water found a crevice and disappeared into tho earth. Where it comes to tho surface again no one knows. Our correspondent adds that on a ranch near the town of Kahlotus there is a deep well, tho water of which at intervals of about two weeks rushes up geyserlike to a height of several feet above the ground. Youth's Companion. LOADED. EASY ENOUGH. Hex "What" makes you thirilche's nor a arummer. Tho" innocent stories. h9 Why tolls THE BEGINNING. agent." "Atlas, of world." - "I wonder who was the first road; , ' course.- - He held upjthe " ' A l) VICE: Never buy cJieap'or unknown cosmetics from bargain stores, - nnd ten-cestores, . otc. Such goods too often contain deleterious ingredients which do ultitnnto injury to tho ekin. All Elizabeth King Toilet Specialties nro of superfine, warranted quality. Miss OIlio Hoskins. flvont For "Good Bartering Try A. P. Johnson In the old stand, next to the Red River Hotel. 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