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A' HsPfc;T,, -- 5. - ' ' y TIMES err urroundlna - Ji E -U -- lurgkrPukshr.--' J J ' ! ...Ji ' Ctfun-t- ' )..., i -- . . - YJe, Sro;.ixxr. y ' : a. afeHere toHelpliSijcrty'tfjo" ' . .. .' i - 'Cg -- - ' V Country and Ourselves. ' : PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. I . lat City, ky., thuksday, October Cotttof Applals jp. jdig. STANTON. no, 42 Y" That;Hif5thooU fact tlYafc (he Powell "The Bowman-Eaten. "MrClaude ter of Were O. O. Bowman and Miss - . Boal'dof Education: muflf...pro vide a high school for nil. those in the couutjrwlib. dealrelto atterid such schqol after graduating from t1iacotunp;n school, leada oue to the point of how can it bb done? This "question 'has been answered to us by one connected with the Clay City school They send them here. We have the course and we have the teacher1 in- the person of Prof. Neal A. RarisoUi If this can" be done and "we, see no reason why it should hot be done, tlte matter run quickly and satisfactorily be adjusted. Before ' the; school tlrhf closes next spring we sincerely hope to see the Board of Education school at least half a bright Powell coundazeft boVr and girls at the efficient ty uiit-urall- Alice Carle Eaton, oldest daugh- Eaton, near this city, quietly married at the bride's home, Wednesday even ing at six o'clock in the presence, of a" few of the of near-relatives y - . - oT-th- e UlajjOifHigh School, which, in addition to being iu the county, is u.Uji'uestionably a uoo'Sectariau school;-- ' 4 - , Crude' Oil Advances Again. r The second advance in crude . oil dforjng the past three weeks is certain to further stimulate drilling' in new and undeveloped fields,And we should not besee the oil men resume their search for that pool of oil they claim must be lying some where near Olay pityaccording to hitherto i.JnJll other fields. There ws neyei; any doubt as tothoJoilj't.he orily doubt i would If paj 0 devfelojj 8(Tp9i)r Infield wheu .60 rich ones as the Furnace fields lie .so qlo'so. The oil men here only released their activity to return should dovel. opment prove less remunerative ju other nearby places. to under-groun- d " Compromises with Railroads. Attorney General M. M. compromised the State's case Lo-ga- for i an increased assessment of the 0. & 0. and 0. N. O. & T. P. rallro'a(,8whereby the assessment by t'lle board of the Ohesapeake & Ohio Railroad compahy'6 prop-- , erty of $25,800,000 annually is lopped tiff to approximately Tho .compromise in the Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacifio Railroad property reduc es the valuation of approximatelS18,-000,00- 0. y. $17,000,000 to 814,250,000. A Scarce Article in Clay City. A traveling man peered into our office door Friday morning, gave a distressful look and "My mistake, I thought this was a whiskey shop, butjt is u prjut shop." "I wauted a drink of whiskey", he further remarked and shut tho door. Snakebite medicine. must Indeed be getting scarce in a town when a, traveler, as a last resort, goes to a print shop for liquor. ' New Concrete, Walk. IF 'fvlfeSrk , the enterprising citizen anf.mechaut, is having a new concrete walk put down in front of his place of business ad joluing The Times office. It is a spirit pf" improvement which we would like to see, become contagious in, Olay .Oily, .'for truly ahqulfl foptibiokera at leasj be alwve" "(lie luud in wiuter time. ' . 'No person shall within the James Martin, our jailer, is at- state of Kentucky kill, catch or tending the Masonki'.Convention at have in his or Iter possession, livLouisville1 this wec'fef' ing or dead, any wild bird, other -- Carl Welch is in Green Bay, Wis., than a game bird; or purchase, where he is working and expected offer or expose for sale, transport The groom is a young manof or ship within or without the to spend the winter. splendid habits and is a very valstate any such wild bird after it Miss Mammie Derickson is takuable employe of Brodhead-Gar-re- tt has been killed or caught. No ing her vacation and has been visitCo. The bride is a beautiful pa'rt of the plumage, skin or ing the people at Rosslyn. blonde and a very lovable lirl." body of any bird protected by The couple is very popular socialSome one broke into Lennie this act shall be sold or had in ly, and have the very best wishes Crowe's house a few, days ago and. possession." of a host of friends. took several articles of value. Game biids are designated as Miss Lula Townsend and Mr. swans, ducks, geese, brant, river New Farm Business. Rogers, son of Dr. Rogers, arrived and sea ducks, .woodcocks,, Some of the farmers near Clay wild turkeys, grouse, praihere Monday to enter school. City are now shipping cream to rie chickens, pheasauts, parVic Fuller stopped off with us a the' cities and find it very profitatridges and quails and njoqruijjg couple of days this past week and ble to them. They ar6 realizing doves. visited his brother E. H. Fuller. 5 cents per pound for Uie butter can in the cream. A Mrs. James Martin went to Lex Miss Bessie Hardwick returned Of ordinary cream now brings in ington Saturday to be with Mrs. from Lexington Saturday where she thesneighborhood of five dollars, Dr. Martin, of Clay City, in her op has been visiting for three weeks. which is. a' great deal more" than eration at the hospital. Dr. John Miss Mintie Willoughby is visitcan possibly be realized by" churnson motored through to Lexington. ing her brothers in Middletown, O., ing and making it into butter. C. C. Fulks, son of Kelly Fulks., and will not return till Christmas. The dairy is the most profitable and Miss Hattic Derickson, daughMrs. R. C. Hall and Mrs. M. R. of all forms of farming and it is ter of Jesse Derickson were married to be hoped that. ,our farm peon I.vle motored to Frcnchburg to by the writer one day this piwt A'Sjit Mr", and Mrs. AB'.'Hamiltch. 4aRereadiv-wit- h it week. maclr happi bfc gritted 1to"callWt'th,i8 tfiMr. Withdajry' prodcf8 you mar kef, J. D. Atkinson vyasvvi Frank ness . i " therneach week and jet your? year's rdad.tax, which .together iVftf. loaf urnntr ivlmrn li n nrrrtmrl r Thn, KM pay.wnicli is a cieiMded improve ;Wlth Inst var'fl levykpnH S",to Amd ;ufe beiorp 'the Court, of ,Ap- . Mr. Elihi ment .over tue livestock or crop. aid win nmiu tins road on jne. f'peals. Sunday night of whooping cough at ' interests in which a. long period' survey made by the Commission- ' The now depot is fast nearing the home of Tom Mcintosh where of production mustvbe gone over ers. IE there- i8J,Anyobjectiori8 to thici, let the objectoif'speak.''' ccmpldtion. The put Mrs. Mcintosh and the three chilbefore any money cab be realiz: J .1 T. on and it will probably Be ready in dren havo been staying. edon your labors. Mrs. Martin Undergoes Operation. two weeks. ' Mrs. Green Caudill, of Hatton At the Good Samaritan HosRogers Gets Face Burned. Jas. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Ewen were Creek, returned Monday from Owspital at Lexington Saturday, Mrs. over on Hardwick's Creek one day ley county where sho was called by While firing a boiler in the oil Win, C. Martin underwent an last week where Mr. Ewen bought the death of her sister. She arriv field near TTurnace last week operation for tumor, in which a some cattle. James G. Rogers, of this city, ed just too late to sec her alive. very heavy formation was re had all of one side of his face Mrs. Lucy Jackson and Miss Mrs. Caudill's daughter accompa moved. She rallied well from badly burned by gas produced in the operation and lias since been Katie returnedSaturdayfrom Louis- nied her. the boiler which he was firing doing well Ben Scwell, wife and baby, of as could be expected, ville and Bowling Green where they with crude oil. He returned have been visiting. considering the seriousness of her Jackson, came down Sunday night. home and is, takiug a rest, giving sister, Mrs. J. F. condition. Her Algin Derickson, of Hampton in Ben left Monday for Louisville his painful wounds time Jo heal of Stanton, was with her Breathitt county, was' here this where ho will attend the Masonic Martiu, before returning to his work. at the time of the operation as past week on business. Ho visited Convention. Mrs. Laura llurdwick and Ben's wifo and baby will join Corn and Potato Yield - was her husband, Dr. Martin, his brother on Mt. Canaan. him thero Thursday; who now is with her most every This year's corn crop in Among those who attended Counnight, returns home in the is 111,422,000 bushels, as Miss Mollio Johnson, of Tnllega, ty Court day at Mt. Sterling Monagainst 114,000,000 last year, mornings to take care of his day were. Fred Blackburn, Tom stopped off here ono day last week under tho while the potato crop for the practice as best and went on to Lexington where Caudill, Dr. J. E. Lemming. circumstances. same period, has dropped from she took in the Fiftieth AnniDr. S. P. Hammonds, of Jackson, 0,426,000 bushels to 8,910,000, acversary of State University. She The Women at Work. the very efficent dentist, has been cording to the mouthly crop rewas accompanied to Lexington by The women of Kentucky have at the Boone Hotel the past week ( her sisters, Daisy and Naunio Ponport. The, yield, per acre hasnot opened Democratic Headquarters and has been kept very busy. been given out. ders. in Louisville at the Seelbach Ho. Miss ICato Baker's mother of - will gladly welMr. D. R. Clark made a trip tal, where theyJJowcomb, Tenn., arrived Sunday Many to Hear the Colonel down into Shelby county to look at come their friends. to visit and brought another girl Col. Roosevelt's visit to tho new farm that he and Irvio They hope and pray for the yesterday did not draw a sake of peaco and $revehting"the with her who has eutered school. Conlco bought jointly. Daddy is very large delegation from L. & unnecessary bloodshed of our Mrs. Kate Bohaunan has been much taken with the country and E. poiuts, three being the exact boys, that a, Woodrow Wilson visiting the schools iu the upper peoplo down thero and thinks they number going down on yester- Women's League be organized in part of tho county the post week have a fino bargain in tile farm they day morning's train from Jack- Powell county." and found them doing good work. bought. son and way poiuts to WinchesThey request that names be Missc? Prof." Johnson, Julia Lennie Crowe, wifo and baby of ter to see and hear the Rough sent as Boon as possible intoHead-quarter- Evans, Ida Paisley, Hope and Winchester, wcro hero Monday' Rider. Time is limited. They Childs went to the Natural Bridge mingling with their many, friend4 urge haste. They heartily wel Saturday where they took in the and informing us that 'they' will rei- New Paper at Campion come all encouraging letters and wonders of that country. t urn, to S(antoi) prQbilbly within Camptonlm8a new paper, "The oallers. two weeks. Lennie will bo otu' Wolfe County Tribune", with O. Miss Grace Maxwell is reported X. Johnson, editor and publishRobert Coulee has completed to have diphtheria at Lexington1, aceht' again' Ho says that Win but it er, It is a very creditable sheet the new house on his farm near Dr. A. T. Knox, went down to- see chester is a fine placo costs too,iaucli to live thcrp. , and here's, hoping a longhand this clfy and is, nowoccupyiqg her. Wo have- not ' jiappy life for (Coutlnjenl oi) Last. Page) the reportiia verified i ' the.same. mof-ore. cur-low- s, five-gallon Dle-will- the contracting parties. Elder A. Easter tied the nuptial knot. After (lie ceremony and congratd ulations, the happy, couple, to this city where- they caught the west bound train and started for Cincinnati on a bridal tour. 'Passes on Road Case. The Court pf Appeals has pass edoa,vthe: validity of the Road Copiirtission Ju Powell county wheroby it fias rnled that no in this Commission can county to handle the bond money because the names of such Commissioners .were not advertised fifteen days beforo the eleption. This puts the road situation in Pfiwell county just where it was day after the April ll,J0l6--th- e election was' held. The matter will now go back into the hands of the magistrates and they will improve the roads along the line of their pledge to the people before the vote on the bonds was taken. This' doesn't mean that there should be a chill or any serious setback iu building roads in the oounty. The county has $1,800 for roads in the treasury from last year's levy and it will have twice this amount this. year besides the lOcentsfor general road purposes' and 15 cents for bridge purposes. This as a nucleus fund can make a nice little'starter for permanent improvements; There is one stretch of road all agree upon, both, as to location and importance. That piece, of road is from the Clark county line to Waltersville. The people alike in all part? of the county use this road about the same. We believe be-had The laws of Kentucky' havo (By P. 0. Derthick.) placed around its wild gamcfind E. H. Fuller left for Lexington fowls a very strong protection iu Saturday night for a business trip. the way of laws. One pnisage of Mr. E. H. Fuller and family mo the new law cuts out the wearing tored to Lexington and bank last of stuffed birds on hat?, which custom has long prevailed with week. the gentler sex. The law coverThe boys went to Rosslyn last ing this case is given, in tlieio week where they wiped them up there in a ball game. words: Vi ... and-Mrs- roof-is-bein- Ken-tuck- y he-ca- Win-cheat- er s. -- to-liv- e - Jieard-whcjth- er :: . THE J.'R Burgher, TIMES. Publisher. ss Jfentcred as second-cla.mail matter at tlio Post Ofllco at Clay City, Ky., under ho Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. A HOME-MA- DE PAPER. OCT. 20. 1010. THURSDAY, At their State meeting at Pa ducuh last week the bankers of - Kentucky indorsed the proposition for the State of Kentucky to issue 85 000,000 in bonds to pav off the debts. These bonds to bear 4 per cent interest. One of two things is brought out in such action of the bunk ers. THey either have the sur plus with which to buy the bond or they want the State to pay off its debts to loosen up matters u little with them. The Times will never favor another bond issue for any purpose whatsoever.. We do not mind " debt, nor do we object to paying the tax, but we do object to seeing any form of public monej spent unless that money gets one hundred cents in value for every dollar paid, and we believe there are but few places in this State where this can be done. When Governor Beckham went into office in 1000, he found a bonded indebtedness of $500,000 on the State besides a large floating debt of several hundred thousand dollars. Be remained in office .seven years during which time he lowered the taxes, paid off these bonds and burned them. He provided and. left .in the be.-in- n - Roosevelt is coming tb Ken tucky to tell us how to vote, but he has lost out here and there is no help in him. Tho man who swore that he would never desert the Progressives and then either sold them out or betrayed them, to those he had denounced as thieves, scoundrels and porch climbers, tins no standing in this locality. This is what he said in 1913 in addressing his followers: "Men and women, I would continue the fight even if I stood entirely alone. I shall continue it with a glad and proud heart because it is made in your company. Win or lose, whatever the outcome, lam with you, and I am for this cause to light to the end. We are dedicated in this great war for righteousness, and, while life lasts we cannot and we will not abandon Gould any promise be more explicit? But he went'aud sold his birthright doubtless for u mess of pottage that he will never get. No rriah in public life oc cupies a more humiliating position than Theodore Roosevelt, who let us hope, is making his last effort to keep his head above the angry waves that are sweep-inaround him. From Demo t t HARDWICK & COMPANY t Eall and Winter Goods. I J J X t 1 it'' g cratic Headquarters. TheDistrict Court, of Columbia ruling that tho L. & N. officials 'should answer questions of the Interstate Commerce Commission contributions have been made by the road for political purposes, that road has served notice that it will appeal to the Supreme Court. Why any railroad company would put up money, for any political party when it is earning 20 per ennt-owe cannot see. The L & N. Railroad is managed bv n t r r r t r " Our Fall and Winter Goods are now in." We invite you to call and see them and get our prices. We'handle and good Merchandise, and at prices that will save It is our aim to carry as near as possible ev. you money j ery thing 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 hats, sweaters and 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 sweater's, raincoats, hunting coats, also tables, chairs, safes beds" springs, mattresses, blankets, comforts, cots,. ;trunks, l!r'-- suit cases, grips, oil ,cacpets, sewing machines, saddles, up-to-da- te long-coats- .ready-to-wea- rain-coats- , ' f ffifarrjess, : regarding what its-Rtoc- f t I hardware, queensware, 'groceries, Bain 'wagons, ,lStudebaker wagons.1 , We 'handle Queen Quality shoes for women, Walk-Ove- r shoes for men. Stetson artd Astor tbrand hats, Hart, Schaff- ., .. j v. r r rier.and Marx and Matchless brand clothing, Arrow brand ( . . . . . . shirts and collars. -- . up-to-da- te f treasury, $1,250,000.00, with which a candidate's WnpaigVih'ey 'aW Late -Capitol. In .sure that man willbeCworthl V $i;ooo,. more than that when hncntct infn D . mean to run tne otate m oiuce, ana ne is. government. Since then each It is time to put a stop to buy administration Democratic and ing some of our public officials in Republican has run the thing advance of elections as is shame from bad to worse until the State fully done. But it would be far is now nearly 35,000,000.00 in better to get the seller than the1 debt. The situation buyer. To get the seller, how ble. but it will never do to issue ever, it seems that we must first bnds. The thing to do is to find get the buyer. another Beckham and put him into office. True enough, many Shoe manufacturers tell us that people do not want that kind of all leather footwear has advanc man in office, but the "oxtrava ed 50 cents to $1.00 per pair, and' Rants'' have been in power long give as a reason for the advance j&i. fca. aa. Ak. jfc enough. that a shortage of leather exists. We plead guilty. We used to They would have commanded not like.J3eckham. Always op more respect had they said, "Be It is remarkable how busy canpoBeu him until in nis last race cause we want to hog the mon . I didates for county offices are II with Stanley. Other people may ey. j&veryooay Knows tnac as in some counties of the now be like we were then. But cattle increase so must leather State. We are glad to see such as the proof of the pudding is in which grows on their backs, and the eating and as seeing is be cattle have been increasing in candidates in Powell hold themlieving, we know now that an numbers and tho decrease in selves in reserve until after the economical State administration their price is forcible evidence Presidential campaign now on. One campaign at a time', and it must bo secured or the credit of of it. in season, is better suited to all. will be great our Common wealth In all the campaign there haB It is possibly well enough to let ly impaired and taxes forced up. not been a public speech by ei it be noised about on the side Now do not get it into your ther of the political parties in that s'o and bo at the proper time head that The Times objects to Clay City Wo have had to go will be a candidate, but open an bonds or to common debts where else where to hear the good doc nouncements for county officers. sucn inueoteaness gets proper trines of tbe leaders explained. at this particular time is quite results, but we do object to plac All the speaking in the world and detrimental to ing bond money at the command could have but liitlo effect on the either party, of a run of officers who have Clay City voters. They are hard proved themselves so wholly in to turn either way with but 'ow The Republicans instituted the capable of managing the affairs exceptions, in which cases paper law in all government poof the State, as has been the case bills will do the work admirably. sitions, then raise the roofs, of in Kentucky for tbe past ten That's what we hear, we do not houses because President Wilson years. If in the past they have know. has helped to, put over an eight-hou- r spent all the revenue of the State day for the railroad men. rroBpenty "not aue to war and 9500,000.00 per year addiRailroading is a great deal harder tional, what hope is there in the enabled the Quaat Shoe Manu- than office work. Why has Mr. future that they can take care of facturing Company, of Louis Hughes 80ch a grudge against the same running expenses and ville, to give its 125 employes an the common laborer? day with wages the pay off a bonded debt of 15,000,-000.0- 0 eight-hou- r same as for-day. The The "straw vote"' is muoh in and 4 per cent interest Company makes 800 pair .of shoes evidence just now as in every thereon?. . business men. AVheneve t. muutjuuuI uonars iijio nicy put u .1 1 ood If you believe in buying goods and learning where, .you can get the most for "your money, try !us. i T T x V Hardwick & Co., STANTON. b. y. k. -- r r "ah iifc jijfc f m&j. j&m. Afc afr 1 ... other national campaign, and we the following described propmight say it is worth just about erty: One Farm of 50 acres in high' as muoh as its name implies. state of cultivation, with-dwelling with two porches "Hughes us good as elected" is and 8 rooms, and two barns. . the way some of the Republicans 1 Horse, good driver, put it. Quess then we might as " " 8" IMare, well call off tho election. two-stor- y a ten-ho- ur - dally. Large Refrigerator,' ' Bedstead.'hbuselibld Kuil kitchen furniture too numerous to' mention. 1 will oiler ioreale on my Terms made known on day of v premises at Spout Spring, Kyr, sale. W. L BYRD, Sfm Spring, Ky. .Oct. 2ISt, IOltf, , Cough That At the first sight of sore throat, steers, tight chest or stuffed-uhead take 22 " heifers, a dose of Dr. Bell's "' 1 yearling " soothThe healing pine-tai 2 Calves, ing honey and glycerine quickly 1 Deoring mowmg ntuchlne; relieve the congestion, loosen the 1 rake, lAtek harrow, phlegm and break up your cold. 1 tutting colter plow, has all Dr. Bell's 1 plow gang, and other kinds i the benefits of the healing aroma .of plows, from a pine forest, it is pleasant to About ,850 bu. of corn, take 'and antiseptic. The formula 1 lot of oats,, . M- xi on the bottle tells why It relieves JL00 shocks of fodder, colds and coughs. At your lhug. 1 piano, 1 parlor suite, . gist, 25o. Adv. ''" ' Head-Off er p Tine-Tar-Hono- y. r, 1 1 2 2 Jeunet 2 "" Wagon uud 2 pr. breeching, Buggies and harness, ...'. y '(. - 1 Public Sale! ' i 4 i Was a Complete Nervous Wreck; Mrs. J. E. Kuhnof "I " spout sPBmb 1 'Squiro McKinncy attended Mt. Sterling court Monday. in tit. Low, .Bwirbdnpa ray, aire .vuiyng ' riUr. wwiAM 01intfHett, of iPrtce&andwi ' 1 rel- miIi 1 Migh Quality.. th inn-. "1 hail a nervons breakdown. es for a good crop-jvou- H -- -- wiui a person, no Thursday and move at onco how much food is eaten if jKbejeUic will itVill engage Tu automobile worlc. I$enluck:jOXvjKiU J V'My, but I wns extremely ner. not make strength. It is useless pains in my head to "nlaut" food in an "rnfer- - Elder Will A. Smethers wJl vus. The vjre ieverefahd. "MibaV which ftileTfe'tdiiacli. "The'fuYmer .'uses All !tho. Ptnncl aOtho Baptist ' U t .1 ii ciurch at j3alcm the first Sunday it tllizer ; you should use a armed on my stomach w ter eat.,, I i ft 111 It tl'l in iNovemtyer.' viii mvneu .co ing was grnatiy d'istlessingC'''"' "Tanlac has been tho.meanJiif, k'i'Y' fhe'farrner i,& pa strengthening my entire system. ii is wiiu uie person it is (Mr8. 'Moses McKinney visitad i rlativ8'lrtfre! several It gave mo relief from headaches' Stretngfh. . .". ; . days lifflt ..... . ): .1 i . ... indigestion. It certainly is Taplac wjeek.t Mr J!.aKinjaey came doWn ad ribinf Strength builder." duced in Clay City at the store Saturday and they together Kentucky iiu8)f thousands of of Eaton cVMcCrjiiie. to,thejr;hgm$ at Irvine.' people who endorse this wonder-fu- j Tanlac may r.be ab.tain.ed .in 1 The Rev.s Rl. S.Wlson preachremedy becpusutft?gve3thprn Sfariton at' Hnrdwick' & Co.; ed his first sermons at Jacksotvts . , 8,fjrength. jOolhjgei 01i!ipql,.Sattirdayjnjg5it and SunBowqn; Day arj&r-Krn''ii! .Jtrength ii IxUri rfrnPfhe' Hill, Ginter,, Bros.; Torrent, day. . Hje created a most favoraii farmer, is eaJeu..-.(pi tliat ifl).!T.yio'rJ'Day: Irvine'. Irviile ble n'mpr688brf 'dpori his congrp- :) lt..l dges not plant seed in unculti- .Drug Cp.; (ienet, Genet Oaah igaU.n- r- i . Ii Ml vated ground? " He first plow?, the otore; waiieravine, uenry The administrator's sale of th so the seed may take root earth ejtffyvjJle, 'tThgmks 1'ate" TfIo8. 'Curtis "vJas well a tt .1 II- it i ii lithe ground 'is Poor lie TrnyroVescould not stand, fertilization. His chancar- After Four Years of jDiscodr aging I had jjotujn soejdc itwith tepded, Saturdaymorning and .J5. tfold'fairly.well. The ReiC. 4.l veypin-u,(- 1. ticles Conditions, Mrs:jBuDocki Gave many f .At last, .my husband) gotime a. bcttla oj Death Rate mWhni ro rl if 1 sMk SterJing,,Gutf. . j BeiiJ. SffWell did nobsell ' 'Up ia Despau. Jjljijfaanfl A very large crowd was in CatduV the woaian's tohic'afi"d F edHiJl in Colored Population. th1 art,(j,e8 advertised for sale oh meitced 'taking if- .- From' the Very" 'first1 Kentucky being a Southern Sterling Monday at "the Vegularaty afterrioori oi account eainetoiRts!re., with a large per cent of its coart. There were about 12,000 the unsatisfactory, bidding. State dtfse.--l tould"teU 1t Mis helpihfme. population comprised of negroes, cattle on the market, running can now walk two miles without its CHAS. E. HUGHES IN DAYTON, Or lr$s attracted considerable atten- from common to the best grades, tiring me, and am doing all my work." (By B.F.Kincaid.) Catron, Ky. In an Interesting letter tion from theyreEtjo tjje States but.trade was excptjiqnail; brisk If you are all run down from womanly 'place, Mrs. Bettie Bullock Bcuids'1 were ''kept 'bu's Tills nlbrnirig'iff Dayton- at the Union "tttkt keep Vital Sta:tistic?Vecoras and depoj, as fUws i. ,','1. suffered, for four troubles, donlt give. up in despair. Try writes rfjfd which hfljvetpnlj amajper. Ltghqiitjjhay. J(lostoft ft. A'ofl!&0 ineu'ShI'j)3nd did go, trilshelped' ce,ht of negro population. A re- saiea were mane Dy the head, And .are jnarching Ayay with their yearswith .womanly froidiles, and Hring eadW,4hwoman,s'totnc,. 5Hte paUfS so Iteah sume of the 1015 Vital Statistics the beet 1,000 pound cattle f this time; I could only sit up for a Kttle ni6re,,tHAfi a' nHllioM wo'meh,"ln ifs'.W in SJearliugs. sqld Followed by Hughes "t an Ovei land while, end could not walk anywhere at years of continuous success, and should records of Kentucky shows that b"uJht. ,7,l ; .Johine ll0 d"ea'th8 of wBite ut irum ua iew tan- wiui there were 2$541 surei.Kip yWfe Hughes Bat behind and his pal in fron, all. people recorded duringthefljear he'KSll wJiere they puhj hh'my dbalnK-'f- t " ' . scd CfrduWoj years. Heiknowsj what left stile; ' ' Tic; heifers suld at 5 to 6Jc ed off a stunt. '. Ask him; Tie rarflHi total estimated.whUeDMQlgtiojn $ They marched along very nice and J T11 A. rfnrtfw u9 roTl tn ' onA Me tfpnl it l . -iu uju, arra inniu ersiro hi a lo Jment relieved me for a wliile, but I was mend it. of Ken ttfekjT ia11 looiona But about half the bunch was tHo Write to: 'Krfal colored population wSbSaQ,-97- 80. Prices were off from last sweet scent of tiara. soon confined to my bed again. After Advisory .Dept.. CtutUnoort I'm Chatunoogi, Tenn.. tor an vour rise ani tmlr. ''I This gave a d&vb. rate of cp.uftu the generaluu of saU Now Pam not writing Juflt for pastime that, nothing seemed to do me any good. or fun, 111 for whites and 23.9 for. tie, bu fancy stuff was about as . .. i .11 "1 . dai- mi! u:u wore win Butjust Sa k'eep in touch with the bMcks per 1,000 population. It iiikh a unuai, Ml 1 l it, is very significant that the diswu...ai. (jaiip ui. and itsure is atiusing tojeo uie Dunon -'WE BOONE AXLt 4 ti eases of the respiratory organs tBBStXte wadingi'o, the mud. cjntrol oX ul.2 dark, d AfehL8ea64 are responsible for a muoh larger fj5aylight i ii i 'i death rite among the colored about 05 per cent of the oflFeringi Ot course Mr. Hughes is on his cam- were so Iri Anctdorrt population than the white. The palgndiive, i ... Prldirtg ctontiliulid until qVrk' Bat I believe. Wilson will skin hiA death rate per 100,000 white popk BI1VU, ana many ot the cattle were kept ulation was 144.8 and 484.2 in And when he returns to his home trier, " bat d'heed ?- ' the" colored for tuberculosis of in the pens and sold Tuesday. I don't think he will forget Daytofk,g .! i. .i i:iti n Ohio, the lungs. The rate per 100,000 There were Beveral thousand cat-ti. . iweiek: Hi out in the country in pas For but few were trying to cheer hlu for other forms of tuberculosis ana Borne trying m peep, ..7, i, li ..: .V il f--, ,, , for jhite population. wjisjJOil jnd. .resthe owners being unbje Jo L But the b(ggestm8jorlty seemed ip bo ... OHAS. Q: STOLL OIL CO. Lexington, Ky. "'colored population,' 41 6. get pen room at the yards. One Mada for uriviug Duccp. 'ffiTr Pneumonia gave a death rate of scale man stated that he had Now don!t ydu dear people at me get mad 80,1, p,er 100,0,6,0 for the white and turned down applications for sixBeaause I say.Wileoals.the best PresiOhio Supreme Court ties' up Farm products on1 October 1 204.5 for colored" population, ty "pens for stook."' Notwlth-- ' dent (we've had. "Vhodp.ng cough gave &9 for standing the drop in prices cattle But there's one'thlng sura you can bet were 27. G per cent higher than a $2,000,000 road' cdntr'a'dft. B'ad . vniifohrtAa . t.l.i as Powell'" ' ' whUe an,d, 4.15.0 for, th,e.cplojre.d men Were ea'gjr tojseH and it' did' Therft'll.be a min in t.he raSo besjdes, year ago. .' t not take longfor Puyer and seller i. iii. Ohas.K. Hughel. ,i population! .Influe.n&a, or. I (It I'M"! TT Slaans LJnlnenf for.,Nurdga Aches 4 10.7 fpr.4ie viite to get together. "'The day 'was an Ohas. leaves tonight on the Big 4 .' route, TREES. excellent on'i in all hiles of trade He will'rofl on .to'Olevelahd'beTo'ro'h'e The.. dull throb of neuralgia is and; &8 4. for the colored popula.out,' tions Diarrheal and dyenturjo arfd as 'af good rain fell through, And.sticks his hdad trip I wish;,'Aim sue quickly, relieved by Sloan?a Liniwhile on his ment, the universal remedy, ifor FRUIT 'AND' SEt"ADE"'TRfEES, ' the'pa'st diseases, including typhoid fever out. the ddunt cobs, few.hours the .outlook, will flnu Wilson' to' be "a hard pain. Easy Vapy; it ulokjy ShVabV QraP Vinfei; Rhubarb, Ab- -' ' I think he afford; ? .striking example.of the "I mess1- penetrates without rubbing and para'gus,' Peonies, PtYoxitoses, etc." high death, rate's in .the .colp.re,d good cattle market all !"the n e ' 6t the week' WhaCa become 'of Teddy with his stick soothes the soife rhuselesr 'Cleaner in the. rates pec 100000 population, . . ,, in his .hand,.. . atid more' ptomptry efleotivo than being 27.5 tor white,? and 40.2 for 'There" wa8'.a large run o'f 'mu'leB Who was onc.the Best rough-ridIn free Illustrated Catalog ' No Agents. er ' mifBsy piasters oiointmentj does .. r. our native land. in . Qboid, on the market, estimated at from colored population tof, The diarrheal and dysenterio;dis 1,0)0 to a'OOO' hflaa,' 'fro'ra suck.' He Is tf6w at oyster!Bay iy.ing,,on the no.i e lain me bkiii or ciog in,e pores. bunks, erj Ti&Na Foii' orchard;. eases of chil4reutimdpr4tw,a years lin'gs' td'aged mulfes,'" The qaall. ThWcipg onoo he, was a trust.bus.r For stiff muBclee,lV.ch'ronio rheuma, I..! .!''' gout, ium,oago, praius nu I,!, , ?,Wn and garden. J iiBm, for who laid in the chunks. of age gave a dejtbu rae qf, 84.0 ty was not' of the best," very fevy It ex'fra' god mules' be.'jug, seen. But at last hfi.fiopp&d down' like the Btrain8 it gives quiok relief'j Iparfl for white and 4l,8,for colored retifucea trie nain'Vnd in. wings of a'go'ose, H. F. Hillenmeyer &. Sooaui. , population. Dysentery of people Tllb "demandaB1 strong on all t grades and' there were many sold And traded off his pony for an, Did ball flam'mation in'ina'eot btes, bruises, Lexington, . Ky. il.iiijt age1 two years and over . .1.100046. 111 1, Nurserymwi rate, of 14,8 for the white. aud although the largest offerings And he didn't run far until he got out bumps, and otherminur injuries to ph1ldr'en.,",(jet"a bottle y of wind, Were1" taken back h'om'e. ' Heavy at 22.4 for the colored population.' '..il mi ii i in in it ) gave up to Hughes- the old split your Druggist, 25o. , Adv. m'area.'Wer-- id mor'e demand (liau i i it .in hi to mend. . THE WINOHTO BANK, , Grant E,;,Lilly, editor and pub. sucklings buyers from all.,over ,n iiMtCfrwtZ,! i !l n OentVal ...,fcoi..'5YiPiChpatoiv,Ky. . u, , tphmond Usher of th Kentucky being in the f , WHEN YOU WAjn?1' I .i 'odifttjormer Irvine market, and making every effort ill Capital Stock $100,000 ' attorney, hatj purorJas,ed the Reg- to purchase., . j w, ag'l red muley steer calf, weight A SHAVE , OS HAW -OUT 8irplra asd Undivided .' " ..OR, ANY under ister, also'of Rioii'mond, arjd will 5825, : Profits $200,000 savings in United State's body. Reward for 'information (The Postal continue its, uipatljjn. i TONSORIAL WORK . . Jl latest acquisition makes Mr. Lilly the past two months have avc jeadiiijg tp return to me as owner. WA'tt'oW '"' Eve're'lt'Burns, OlayOity. Ky. thajhee aged a daily increase, of $4,000,. . Vlfr". - "i hi It. Spkar Gashier. now. owner, of" two-of- . 000. More democratic adversity. H. H. PHERIQO, newspapers at Richmond. AdvertlM la Ta Timeo.. Your account so ic is -- Arte lotfi'c c'alled Tnnloo" suid .ana yhe. J. E. Kuhn, Lone Ridge, matter I had sick headaches and indi- if he sowed, in gestion unjil I took that gfeat ground. . 8. McKinncy was in Winches bo small ter Wednesday lookinff-ajitlfte ome ruiauur.' f'f uncultivated Bns or : er i a .Wc have a large stock (" ' J J ir&dit FrskefvrilY havW n sale -- bllaii&isc, shoes, groceries, , .ttyqt W ftQQfiitg with, us ... . j You Can Save Money ' TFe in to ccii our stock complete and our ainuis.iagivc evcrp Gustomcr full value for thcir moncy. Givd us atrial': - of general "rn'cfc ct6., (iiicl iuS fcjww - . ) M 1 . , t?ue.-ua!- n speyintr. 1 I d -- g; ,.' -- HUSBAND RESCUED DESPAIRING WIFE 1 . wai-ftfon.a,n- d ., 1 -- ' - from-1hi- s - io-oj- cj AffimesiTwOttld-ltCvVsevereftaln- s y0111 eHcj.bullsfrom will-do.- - 1 I 0. 1 iw 111 tlme-und- r mm mtkbt . . - e -- .w,r.. .a k 1 1 11' ifp.a bal-and- -- iii., -- 1 I I ( gvi Blnco-84- to-da- Bo-h- - I 11 5 Climax-Madisqqj- 11 I . 1 4 witft-white'spot . il- . i- . solicited. X2J Z. T. Conner shipped a carload of cattlo from herb Monday. Several Powell county traders These cattlo were a mixed bunch were at Mt. Sterling court day. of heifers and steer that ho had Mrs. A. Mouhtz la convalescing purchased in the county for from a very severe attack of ma. which bo paid .5 cents for the. heifers and 6c for the steers. larial fever. Local Brevities Prince Albert' gives r smokers such delight, because The Rev. M. S. Wilson left Mrs. Burke, traveling revivalTuesday morning for Carlisle to ist, will begin a tent meeting in Clay Oity the latter part of ' tho visit an aunt. week. A Rov. Mr. Spell will do The hickory nut crop In this tho preaching. When the weathsection is a complete failure, and er is not suited for meeting in there is but a half crop of wal the tent, the Methodist church nuts. will be used. Elder L. F. Martin Jeaves today Rev. Ben Sewcll, of Spout for Booneville where ho will be Spring, Estill county, formerly engaged in a two weeks pro postmaster here and editor of the traded revival. Oampton Courier, has been visitMrs. E. N. Wilson and son ing li is brother, T. P. Sewell, in Eddie, left Monday for Mt. Ster- - this town, the past week. He line: where they will visit Mm left Wednesday for Morehead Gao. W. Anderson, a daughter of where he was appointed pastor Mrs. Wilson. of the Methodist church for the ensuing conference year. Wolfo The creditors of the Pearsite County Tribune. Company, bankrupt, will hold a EPWORTH LEAGUE meeting in Owingsville next Monday to set a day of sale for the holdings of the company in Leader : Mrs. Crabtree. Subject: Manliness and AVomanlt this city. ness. John Flinchum, aged about 45, Song. Song. died of stomach trouble in this Scripturo Xesson. ' Prayer. city Friday and was buried Satur A day a.t Powj. Valley church. ger man who played the man in dan Miss Ruth'Tutt. He is survived by a wife and sevDuty or personal safety which? juiss .uthel JJuncan. eral children. s its flavor is so different and so delightfully good ; it can't bite your tongue; it can't parch your throat you can smoke it as long and as hard as you like without any comeback but Yeal tobacco happiness! " PROCESS PATENTED JULY 30TM,'10O7" On the reverse side of every Prince Albert package you will read : -- fr mm Albert the national joy amoke "yOWLL. Had m That'means to you' a lot, of tobacco enjoyment. Prince Albert has always been sold without coupons or premiums. We prefer to give quality I br r- J. Rpioi(i - TotmceoCo fei chry howdy-d- o on tip' no gMjW tIEPJ-T.-Hi.- JU 11 Llfliijy in goodness and in pipe satisfaction is all we orbits enthusiastic friends ever claimed Mbv tin tor dim; than then' thm htnd- tin torn pound and htlf-poun-d humidor and tho poand crjtttl-iU- f humidor with TSu. , mwWvnjSSjf'VSjSyAm rMCCHG0vEnlr IN M I Bjt!u32fa5 JSnAKflJlIu H ! J JUJTm IM H BHRi!RllJ8UEr W foritl. It answers every smoke desire you or any other man ever had! It is cool and fragrant and appealing Mountz. Mrs. Mary McKinney, of Union Christian Advantages Hall, is visiting her brother, R gher. H. G. Crabtree has been delivering a car load of his excellent uurgtier. cannel coal to Clay City patrons The woman who saved her nconle who all join in saying it is the irom ueam jurs. uertruue Mere weak but strong Mrs. E. L. Tipton best coal brought to this market, ine intercessor jura, uassiuy particularly for grate fires. Your Opportunity Mrs. Emma Mrs. M. Bur Tho man of fear Miss Searles Song. Facing death with courage Edmon smokeappetite it in a mighty short tirrie Will you-invest that you will get chummy with 1 5c or 10c to prove out our on the nationaTjoy smoke? Win.toR-S.lem, say-s- o 1I of & U tli Princ ASMtt tidr red tin. Raad Uik "Patatd ProcM" pimm it 7oa awl rM&ta Im mtkin( Priaca ABnrt aoudi TU rmm spring. Vandorbilt defeated the of Kentucky team 45 to 0, Saturday at Lexington before the largest crowd that has seen a football game in many years. Prof, Ncal A. Ranson, of this oity, witnessed the game. Uni-versity W. Garrett, near the city. She General Association to'.Meet. leaves, this week for Dayton, 0., The General Association of where she will live for a. time Kentucky Baptists will hold their; with a daughter residing there. annual meeting in Louisville beginning Tuesday, November 1 lad a nettle to stick .time ago Louisville opeus wide her gates Je split, instead to the hosts of Baptists who will of getting better after the opera. assemble there on that date. The' tion it has grown worse. His churches of Louisville aroprovid whole hand is now swollen terri- ing homes for one thousund me's bly. seugers. The railroads grant The last excursion to Natural greatly reduced rates The Louisville Publicity League Bridge for this season rau Sunday. The cool weather had the will extend every courtesy to the effect of reducing the crowd guests. Automobiles will .con which was the smallest since the vey them from the depot to their special trains began to ruu in the homes. Each of the 1800 Baptist churches in the state is urged to send one or more messengers to R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., STANTON. (Continued from First Page) Richard Crowe and wife, of Pom' pen, came up Sunday morning where Richard preached for us at the Christian church. They weie two fine sermons that he preached. As fine as are heard in many of' the larger churches of thtf cities. But somehow it seems the people of Stanton will not turn out to church any more. God pity them vhen the day of final settlemoat comes before the judgment bar of God. Tho majority of the people had no excuse whatever for staying away from the house of God, and they will bo held accountable for how they spend the Lord's Day. Many a man and woman who claim to be Christians, are going to be lost becauso they neglected the assembling of themselves at their place of worship. , If you expect to get to heaven God requires a faithful at tendance at His house. He com mands us to be there and he ex pects every true believer of Him to bo there and every true Christian man and woman will bo there. Richard is one of our own boys and we all ought to be proud oihim. Ho . N. C. to four IBtla. n nuu STANTON COLLEGE, KY. STANTON, Students Admitted at Any Time One of the Best Schools in Kentucky.. Courses in Agriculture and Domestic Science. .Review Classes In the Common Branch? will be Concluded throughout the Torn. ' this memorable meeting. Powell's Valley church is member of this association, but we have not heard as to whether or not they will send a messenger them. MMl By paying part of their Expenses in Work, Students may get nates at the Ucrmitory as low as $IOo per Week.. For Information Write to Rev. J. C. Hanley, President, Stanton, Ky. a is preaching some of the finest serPresbyterian Church. mons that haye. ever been preached Sunday School at 1Q a, rn, and in that church. Richard is appre preaching service every .Mujiijay N ew Fa 11 Millimery I Constipation Dulls Your Brain""" have icceived my Fall Showing of Millinery which I invite You to call and inspect before buying. that are bound to please You. You will find here the LATEST STYLES and prices J MRS. W. J. MOUNTZ. gWMM ter a tight chest. You know "the of colds, and yqu know prompt treatment will break them up. Dr. King's New Discovery, with its soothing an'isertio s, has been breaking up colds and healing coughs of yjung and old for 47 years. Dr. Kings New N0TICEI Discovery loosens the phlegm,, clears the bead, soothes the irritat, That all person holding claims fd Hiembnne and makes brc&thing against the estate of Thomae easier. At your Druggis , 6i)o. Adv. For (Jood BarberiHjc Try Welch, deceased aro requested to FOR SALS. present said claims properly A. P. Johnson Twq Shetland ponies, gentle to, la the oM stand, next te the Red sworn to and proven to me on or ride'nd'"dnve, Will selfreasoii--- ' b'efp'reovenj&er 101916. River fletel, ble: Apply to or wrije A. 11. JP.-- n. Welch, AdpiijuUtratqr, SI j tupping and Scalp Treatnwnt t Bu;gher; O'lay.Oity, Kyf ifosslyn.'Xy; cloj-ged That dull, listless, oppressed feeling it due to impurities in your system, sluggish liver, Dr. King's New Life Pills give prompt relief. A mild, eauy, bowel movement will tone up your system and help to clear your muddy, pimply Get a bottlo of Dr. King's New Life Pills your Drugwill make gist, 25o. A dose you cheerful at breakfast. Adv. non-gripin- g com-plexto- n. ciated by the great crowds who como out to hear him at other places and by .the many conversions he has at almost every meeting. Because a young man is one of our own products and has lived among us all his life is often the reason why people do not como out to services. Christ said, "A prophet is. not without honor, save in his own country and in his own house." Js that your attitude, people of Stan Jton? God pitty you, if it is. at the final settlement day. morning at welcome. 11 a, m. Everybody Bad Colds from Little Sneezes Orow Many colds that hang on all whieymtoms . bal-8a- to-da- y . -