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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): October 26, 1916 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1916 cla1916102601_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 26, 1916 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1916 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. X JlLJIi J. E. Burgher, Publisher. CLAY CITY TIMES ,4 Vc are Here to Help Clay City, the. Surrounding Country and Ourselves. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. VOLf XXI. i CLAY OITYt KY., THURSDAY, r Mrs., Daughetee Passes Away in Texas. ""- OCTOBER 26. J9I6. NO. ' - & ' Doings of the Fiscal Court. Tho Powell Fiscal Court was call cd together Monday for the pur pose of looking after the construc tion of the roads. They went over the various roads Tuesday propos- -' ed for construction. Mr. C. R Thomas, Division Engineer, came up Tuesday morning, and, together with L. W. Searlcs motored over scat road to Irthe vine. He found an excellent grade all. the way to Irvine and tho very best of material to construct a road. The Court convened again Wed ncsday morning for discussion and acting upon road matters. Many plans were discussed to get tho work started, all agreeing that State Aid for 1916 must not be lost this time. The final plan decided upon seems to have been to first sell tho bonds, advertise forbids, get an engineer and if bids are not satis factory, proceed under the force ac count plan. The surveys of the old Commisr sion were mueh discussed, but were all finally rejected. The following road bills were allowed: W. E. Rowe, surveying road,..S 709 360 Work of Commissioners, Dr. Johnson, automobile hire for use of Court Tuesday and part of Wednesday morning, looking over roads. 9 inter-coun- ty Mrs. M. B. Daughetee, for a number of years a resideut of Powell and surrounding counties, died at the home of her son, Mr, 3r. R. Daughetee, in Miami, Texas,. Mrs. Daughetee, who was aged 84 years, and tho widow ot the late M. B. Daughetee, a prominent Methodist divine, had. been ill for a long time of cancer of the breast, which was the cause of her death. She moved from Winchester to Texas four years ago, and since that time has re. sided with her son in Miami. The body wbb shipped to Win. cheater and interment took place Sunday at the Dunaway church burial grounds in Clark county Funeral services were conducted by the Revs. G. W. Boswell and J. R. Peeples. Mrs. Daughetee was formerly a Miss Christopher, a sister to W. last-Frida- y. Sunday School Convention. The District Sunday School Convention of the Boone's Greek Baptist Association will meet with the Powell's Valley Church Saturday and Suhday,. October 28 and 29. The convention will open at 10 o'clock Saturday moru ing. There will be an service Saturday; with dinner on the ground. The program will be as follows; Opening address by tho pastor, J. T. Turpin. Welcome address, Dillard Potts, Sr. Response, W:'P. Hieatt, Introductory sermon, Dr. O. C. all-da- y Carroll. Announcements and adjourn meut. Afternoon Session. , Opening execises, Elder J. I. Wills. Address, "Relation of the Sun day School to the Church," Dr. R. Lf Motley. "How,, to Make a Sunday School J. Ohristopher, of Spout Spring, Successful," J. M. Conkwright. and numbered many relatives yi uenerai discussion ot same and friends in Powell aud Estill subject." counties. Sermon by J. B. Jones. Adjournment. Wm. Eaton Passes Away. Sunday, doming. Mr. William Eaton, aged sev Devotional exercises. enty-tw- o years, died in this city Class work by Eld. William Saturday after a protracted ill 1 r. - $1,07,8 Total road, bills, The bill for $709 for surveying is to be the State O. K.'s the allowance, which then will come later from the construction fund. The proposition is to begin building a good dirt road out .from Stanton both ways east and west paralleling the railroad along the present road as traveled, and do it just as quickly as possible. paid-provide- ness of complication of diseases. Funeral at the home Sunday af ternoon by the Rev. M. S. Wil son after which the remains were taken to the Eaton cemetery and laid to rest. Mr. Eaton is survived by his wife, Mrs. Sarah Ea ton, who was formerly a Miss Ourry. They have no children. Mr. Eaton was an old - Union veteran whose ranks are fust thinning out in this county. County Court Days. The.re aro many people in Pow ell who do not think there are some counties in Kentucky that have irregular court days. Ev ery citizen in the county knows that our court day is the first Monday in each month, that Mt. Sterling court is the third Mon day, Winchester court the fourth Monday, Irvine court the second Monday, and etc., but very few of our people know that in our near neighbor Menefee the courts are irregular Mondays, every month court being held on first Monday', except August aud October, when it is held on the second Monday, Five other counties in Kentucky have simi- Smothers. ''The Bible's Place in the Sun day School," general discussion led by Elder Dillard Potts. Regular Sunday-Schoo- l work. Sermon by Elder J. I. Wills. Final adjournment. Winchester Court October court brought out one of the largest crowds that has been in the city for several months, The day was ideal, and ns a result there was a great deal of trading in all Merchants branches of trade. report a good business, every line of the mercantile business getting a full share. The stock market was flooded with cattle, the largest number being offered here in more than a year, At the Hamilton stock yard there were about 2,500 head and a great number changed hands. The mar ket throughout the day was brisk, there being a considerable demand for the best quality of the offerings. Prices, however, were considerably lower than last court. The pros pects for good winter grass made the market lively for feeders and stockcrs and there was a considerable demand for this class of the offerings. Heifers were quoted at from five to six cents and there were a con siderable number that changed hands at these figures. Good heavy steers went as high as seven cents while common lots varied from five f. to five and Good steers met with ready sales as the demand was brisk and show ed a considerable improvement over last court. .There were a few yearling mules offered but tho demand was very light and as a consequence only a very few were sold. Heavy mules were almost entirely out of demand and the market for horses was likeone-hal- STANTON. (By P. O. Dcrthick.) Mr. J. D. Atkinson was in Carlisle on business this week. Miss Fannie Hanks, of Lombard, was in town this past week. Miss Elsie Perkins, of Ncwcomb, Tcnn., has entered school here in our college. Mrs. Ed Hall, of Levee, has been visiting with Mrs. Knte Lyle. She is 71 years of age. Mrs. Baker, who came up to visit her daughter, has returned to her home in Ncwcomb, Tenn. Mrs. G. W. Porter, of Winchester, arrived Saturday to visit her sister, Mrs. Provie Welch. Miss Mila Knox and Donald also attended the educational meeting in Lexington. John Will Morton, who has been working for several months in Ohio, came home Sunday morning. Hiram Swango, of Morris Creek, has returned home after several weeks working in Dayton, O. Mr. Ben Sewell, of Jackson, stopped off from attending the Grand Lodge of Masons at Louisville. Miss Annie Clark left Friday morning for Richmond wheie she will visit her sister, Mrs Irvie Con-le- e. Mrs. Lizzie Martin went to Lou where she took her son. Sterling, to be operated on for hair isville lip. Bo-hann- an wise. Mileage. It is not generally known that thcL. & N. Railroad is now selling 1000 mile books of inter, changeable mileage for $20.00 or two cents per mile. This is a .concession that the taaveling public will certainly appreciate. It is indeed very nice to have a transportation waybill that can be purchased by wholesale at u fair price and be used on all roads of importance. Now if tho railroad company will just give us a train service that we can coma in home on in the afternoon before night we will doff our hat to tho eillcials and say not so bad after all for a competing railroad to buy out a Two-Ce- nt How Oil Land Pays. Mrs. Mary McKinuey, a sister to R. W. Garrett, of this city, and mother of Jesse McKinuey, of Estill county oil field fame, has just refused an "offer of four thousaud dollars for four acres of developed oil lund which she recently leased for 40 per cent, of the production. This land was bought by Mrs. McKiuney a few years ago for five dollars. Thi is only a fair sample of tho great advance iu land iu properly de fined territory. Hunters Kill Heifer. Huuters entered upon the property of Mr. John Scott three miles south of town and shot and killed accidentally a fine Jersey heifer belonging to A. T. Whitt. The heifer was being pastured witn Mr. ocott wnp is taking no further risk for loss but is for- btddng nuy further hunting on ins lunqs. Judge J. H. Hardwick bought d steers from George ten Halsey at $7.25; W. C. Brock bought a bunch of 1,050 steers from R. C. Hall at 7 cents; J. M. Daniel heif bought a bunch of ers from Shelby Risener at five and cents; Field VanMcter steers bought fifteen lf from John Baker at five and cents, and L. C. Agee bought four 750 cows from S. T. Stamper the past week in Mt. Sterling. Winchester Sun. 700-poun600-pou- The writer left Monday for Louis ville to spend several days and also to visit his brother in Indianapolis?, Ind. Mrs. Annie Sewell leturnedtoher home at Jackson Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Cowgill returned with them for a brief visit. Fred Blackburn and E. H. Fuller were in Winchester one day this past week in connection with a trial J. H. Hardwick was interest! in. Bob Stone has been doing a fino job of painting and papering for Virgil Atkinson and wife of Bowcn. They were well pleased with the work done. one-ha- lf 900-pou- one-ha- parallel line. lar court arrangements. New Instructions. Returns from Colorado. N. V. Rose returned Friday from a tour' of the Middle West. Most of Ins timo was spent in the groat state of Colorado, in whioh lie took in a yiew of the great Tanohes of that State, and thor- oughly acquainted himself with the livestock situation there. He brought home many very interesting souvenirs. The. Hazel Green Herald has undergone a most remarkable improvement. Itis enlarged and had last week the greatest amount of typo .set in its make; up we ever saw put into a paper published, in anythipg like so 6 mil U a town as Hazel Green. The office of the Department of Publio Roads has prepared now instructions to surveyors, and all plans which will be made for State Aid work from now on will be made in accordance with (he now instructions. Engineers who expect to make surveys for tho various counties for 1917 work should the Department, for a copy of the new instructions. w-'.t- Cold Time Ahead. Coal has taken another jump and is now $8.00 per ton at the mines. The way of the poor man in the winter time must be cold as well as' hard this year. Flour is now $5.00 per hundred west Hickman street. Winchesand cheap at that according to ter Sun. some quotations from tho mill A monument 851 feet high is we saw in the hands of a mer planned by the Jeffeison Davis chant today. Home Association at Fairview, Kentucky, where Davis was Buys Begs. Corn $3.90 per Barrel. Corn has started off at $3.00 G. O. Garrett sold this week to born. per barrel iu the field, and in some Robert N. Coulee twenty-on- e A tentative draft of a new tax i. v i.! instances more money is being i bill is being prepared In Frank asked, Iu some counties it is ed235 pounds, .at 8cents per, fori; in anticipation of an extra selling for 18.50 per barrel, pound.. session of the Legislature. Wil-loughb- y, Jesso Crowe and wife were in Winchester two days of last week Married in Winchester. to hear Teddy Roosevelt. Among Miss Nellie Conkwright, of others who went down to hear him were E. H. Fuller, A. T. Stewart, Winchester, and Mr. Matt of Powell county, were Ed Dennis. united in marriage in this city Mrs. Sis Hall and Mrs. D. R. Wednesday afternoon, tho cere Clark visited Mr. and Mrs. Abllall mony being performed by Elder of Montgomery county few days a J. W. Harding at his home on ago. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Fuller motored over there also and brought them back homo with them. Among those who attended tho educational meeting at Lexington were: Mrs. Kato Bohannan, J. C. Hanley, Prof, J. H. Johnson, Dudley Caudill, James Chaney, Misses Lillio Knox, Stella Congleton, Gladys Welch, Ida Paisley, Julia Evans, Irene Thompson, Alice Child's and Alice Hope. Started to Work. Taylor & Crabtree, who for some time pnst have been erecting a sawmill at Wilhurst, Ky., started their mill running Tuesday of this week, and will from this time on run an average cut of 20,000 feet each day. Their contract, which is cut nearly four million feet, will require almost a year to complete. Ruth Maples, who has been very sick for several weeks at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Butler Barnes, has recovered so as to bo nblo to go to his mother at Hazel Green. 1 .i.-- . THE 'Entered aa - TIMES. Publisher, s J. E, Burgher, second-clas- mail mat t'er at tho Post Office at .Clay City, Ky., under tho Act of Congress of March 3, 1870. A HOME-MA- DE PAPER. OCT. 20, 1010. THURSDAY, Following is a report of Teddy in Louisville sent to us for pub Our Fall and Winter Goods are how in. We inviteyou to licution : "That was indeed a rough neck call and see them and get our prices. We handle up-to- r crowd in large part that greeted will save date and good Merchandise, and prices Roosevelt at Louisville the other night. It takes thntsort of a you money. is our aim to carry as near as possible evcrowd to enjoy tho coarse abuse and ridicule he heaps on tho man ery thing the. people want. It will pay you to call when in in the White House, who has so The advance agent of Hughes need of any thing in dry goods, notions, clothing, women's Theodore Roop.evelt, has greatly eclipsed him in. service to . the cat out'of At the country. From desertiug the let misses and children's short and long coats, ready-to-wea- r trusting men and women he Winchester the entire speech of. fcwore he would never betray, the Colonel consisted of these hats, sweaters and rain coats, "women's corduroy skirts, the Colonel seems to be descend words: "I am glad to meet and men's and boys' hats', rubber footwear for all, men's and ing lower all the time in his greet the people of Kentucky niethods and proving to his for- who are not too proud to fight." boys' dress4 corduroy and cheap "work pants, corduroy suits mer admirers that he is merely His very language upon tiffs oc X every other place ho olay and of a very poor quality casion as tables, chairs, safes sweaters, raincoats, hunting at that. His race seems nearly goes must convince us that it is beds, springs, mattresses, blankets, coniforts, cots, trunks, run and the 60oner he disappears the purpose and aim of Mr.Hughes from the scene, the better. One to lead our conntry into war. lri suit cases, grips, oil carpets, sewing machines, saddles, thing,is very sure. He made no. fact we doubt if it were possible votes in Louisville by his blood to pacify Teddy- without a pronrharness, hardware, queensware, groceries, Bain wagons, and thunder rantings, while it is ise to fight. The question is . Studebaker wagons.. . ... equally sure that he disgusted Do you want Wilson and. peace many who have regarded him as with honor, or Hughes and war? Walk-Ove- r We handle Queen Quality shoes for women? I a great man. seems to be a characteristic shoes for men. Stetson and Astor brand hats,'Hart;Schaff-ne- r lhe farmers mav, as Mr. of It some Republicans to pick out Hughes, who we regard ns a gen some things the National Demo and Marx and Matchless brand clothing, Arrow brand" tleman cannoUTeddy, eays, cratic administration has done, ' have been ignored in the eight ' v. shirts and collars. they see it hour law, but why should they and condemn it until they lose sleep over it? They are too is unusually popular, then If you .believe ih buying up:to-dat- e goods - arid .learning go to saying. that the principle busy housing their crops, for inception of the Republi where.you can get for your money, try-us- : which they will get high prices was an cans, or tnat itepuoacans are and too thankful to Wilson for having kept us out of war, topuv needed to perfect a certain pro any attention to the hard times ject. Upon the whole, however, story that tho Republican candi- the g. o. p. are to be congratu date is trying to deceive them lated for iinding an issue; upon with. The farmers are not what which thev can stand.-i- f but for at,a time. Mr. Hughes thinks they are. The Democratic administration has Our little peaceful war of increased the efficiency of the words in the Presidential cam Y rural delivery and they aro read paign may well be termed a great ing the papers with great inter pleasure as compared, with the est and profit. The farmer can horrible sacrifice. of life in the work only four hours a day if he murderous warfare. on European chooses, and of necessity he can soil. Again will thetAmerici work 12 to save a high priced people have the. greatest, reason Y crop. in the world to be thankful the Roosevelt's sole object is to get last Thursday in November re back into the good graces of the gardless of who is elected .Pres party he came near wreckinc ident. He is willing to do anything and "A littlotun now and then enact any. stunt to Becura his oh Is relished by the best of men" phlegm and break, up your cold. ject, even to shaking hands with But when dishediwith common sense has all Dr. Bell's And gives to man no offense laft, of whom he said, "It is the benefits of the healing aroma Is good for having been It to reconcile his position from n pinejorest, it is pleasant to E'en on November Hallowe'en, with any standard of honorable take and autieeptic. The formula is boy's' "I want to tell you what wonderful benefit f haye cnduei," and other things as The jocular we night ho next on the bottle tells wliy it relieves will frdrn ihe. use of Tliedford's 'batl.or worse, and playing hale Tuesday, but writes colds and coughs. At your Diug Mrs. Sylvanla Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky, fellow," well met with the crowd not get rude or reckless io Clay gist, 2oo. Adv, It certainly has no equal for la gnppe, bad colds, that Jie'co.uld hardly find word's, City as has sometimes past been Presbyterian Church. even in his vocabulary of blister-in- the case. ljver and stomach troubles I firmly tielieve'Black-Draug"" saved, my little girl's life. When she had the measles, Sunday School at 10. a.m. and. invective, to fittingly Governor Stanley willlpeak at they went In. on her, but one, good dose of Thedford's Should ho ..succeed in Stanton Saturday afternoon where preflchifig service every Sunday made them break "out, 'and she has had no ingratiating himself with' the le hopes to "mqet and greet' the morning at 11 a.m.. Everybody ' more trouble. J shall never be. jvithouf woleomo. leaders of the G. 0. P. ho will people of Powell county who .are at once lay his ropes for the Re- not so cowardly as to bo afraid of publican nomination jn 1020 and boing called a coward. Metfce!f TflEES. if necessary to secure it will de- ib one ot tne sweetest words in nounce Hughes, if ho is elected, the dictionary. -. trees,And as bitterly as he did Taft. Ho . ' . I Tho advent of cool weather is seems tQ be absolutely unreliable in my home." For .constipation, indigestion, headache, dizziand unscrupulous and it is doubt- consoling in that we will e'scape pajagus, F&)nxtr?)oxl Kocs, etc, ful if his blood, tliirsty dehuiioia-Ho- the nuisance of the Sunday ex ness, malaria, chilis and fevqf, btiiounesi, and all similar of tho Prosideut is making a cursion. ailmentej fisdfoVd.'s has proved itself a .safe, Free Unrated Catalog 16 Agents. Bingje voto for the Repuplicans. liead-Ot- f rellbl. fcntknd valuable renje'dy. Cough That lid is still abjo to draw tho ' ifyo;ifer-fron'antiise'.conipllhl,- - fry l?iack- EVKIty THING i'ftk OR&U&VL At tho first sight of sore throat, crowds though, aspeople go to DraligW. IHJf-- ' IAWN ANP 'GAHDi.t medicine of known merit Seyenty-fiy- e , hdar him fpr (ho same reason tight chest or otulTeil.up head taktt doee of Dr. Hell's years: of iiiHtccess 'profes its value. Good for that they go to a monkey-'show- . sooth healing pine-taH. F. .IBlleruneyw'. & Sons. ale evwywliire, Pric S6 eenti, Brer Petty should aToiico charge g bonexi&d .glycerine, quickly qTt His trip to profit the oxpeneea Nurserymea Sinee 1841, aud'loss as the bookkeepers say, relieve the congestion, loosen' the hold of tlio road proposition since. it has boon remanded to thom It with sincero - earnestness. started out Tuesday to viqw the main road with' an idea of get ting contracts let for the fall of this year that the county may get tho State Aid that has been apportioned it. which amounts to $2,800. This is what wo need plenty of push and energy to has ten the work along. Everybody knows that no great amount of progress-cabo made in the win-te- r time at road building, but it is a requirement of the law that contracts must bQ lot and work begun by December or no State aid can be gotten fpr that year, and this is what the Court hopes to do, save State aid for 1916, and this means dirt to bellying with in forty days. n to-wi- ftnr 1?iarnl flnrirfc httS taken ' ... - HARDWIfiK & C0IpANY Fall and Winter Goods, f I ' I-- K i t ' , ML at that It t: the-bag- -- tt coatsalso t ? T - - y - lf-w- e t t ' -- thembst twenty-four,hou- rs t t T t T Hardwick & Co S T A KI T 0 N. - T y le do-hop- I i Saved Girl's life Black-Draught- ," g ht e. Black-Draug- ht ' . -- -- imi'i . sade' " Bue DRAUGUI " n Black-Draug- ht er 'f of ElnTar-Iopey.r.Th- e r, ', Llriim'e'it reduces the pain and in. Iluinmatinii in insect bites, bruises, " "T . H. F. Christopher wus in Irvine bumps, and other minor injuries to A M Y o l.n.fneM TiiPsdny. U ?J M U 0T Q eh!ldren. Gefh bottle at, . your Druggist, 25c. Adv. Squire McKinney sold mgh-teen e,lfl USD pound reura.nt, flc CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR Physical Insolvency Awaits For per poiiiid on 'the Winchester court market Monday. Sunday Evening, Oct. 29, 1010. Huso Wlio Abuse Stomachs. Tile snlc of Vi h. Byrd was Topic : Tim Jtewnrds of Religion. Scripture Reading: 1 Cor. largely attended Saturday and Thp meeting. will be: conducted by articles sold, well. The sale con-- l honorary members of the Society. SHOULD PAY DIVIDENDS; in tied until lutt in th6 utter CAYS flVFRFATlNfi SPOUT SPRING II to-da- y -- READ THIS!! 1,600,000 More Men 3:0-2- 3. uooi Tanlae Health Expert Chats In Novel Wy of Bodily Problem! and De- , scribes New Treatment Which Has Proved Tremendous 8uccess "Everywhere Introduced "Tired Feeling" No Joke. ' "Arc your meals paying you dlvl-yo- u dends?" "Or "are thoy plunging Into physical bankruptcy?" These wero novol quostlons tho Tan lac heal tli expert recently asked. He continued: ."Every meal you cat should give you more than niero satisfaction of your iiunger. It should add to your supply of blood, bone and muscle. It should give you more strength, moro vigor, more vitality to carry you pleas antly and profitably through llfo. "Tired Feeling" No Joke. "You will notice that some people never get plump. No matter how much or how little they eat, they ro mam scrawny and tain. They are weak, anemic, easily exhausted, and afflicted with 'that tired feeling.' which is no Joko, but a symptom of danger ous illness on tho way. Such .people are seldom happy. They are always weary, and often nervous and irritable, "They don't sleep well. Th6lr atomach is a source of constant dlstrebs and discomfort Belching and bloating from gas, headaches, dizziness, Iff' dlgostion, dyspepsia, pains In tho hack, and other ailments keep them almost constantly miserable. Tanlac Great Success. "Tanlae. tho new tonic which has been having such wonderful success everywhere it has been introduced. Is designed to relieve disorders which liave their origin in a run down condition of the digestive and assimilative organs. Its success as a reconstructive tonic, appetizer, invlgorant and Tevitallzer depends In large part upon its having aded digestion and promoted assimilation, so that food taken into tho system becomes "a benefit "When the stomach and other digestive organs are In" good condition, the foundation of health has been laid." " BP WORTH LEAGUE : Jlontgomery county, was here the last, of the head of plain fleers to. D. R Ruth Eaton. to Work Miss Inspiration Harriet Daniel last week at 5 cents. Mr. Scarles. Daniel shipped these cattle to Consolation Harry O'Rear. Winchester where he sold them Holy Fellowship Miss Etta Bowman Understanding Sniritual Thintrs Monday at 5J cents. Miss Fannie Mountz. Wilson. Itobr. Conlee, of Clay City, Winning Christ-Re- v. Song. was here Saturday and purchased Benediction. u number of yearling steers from different persons at around 6 A KEY TO SUCCES8. cents. They will be weighed up Dyer How did Litely overcome Wednesday of this week. Gotrox' objection to him as a The Rev. Benj. Sowell and family left us Sunday for their Ityer He taught him a new dance new home iu Morehead. We re- step. Judge. gret the loss of such valuable citJUST SO. izens and commend them to the good people of Morehead. "My hens do nothing but eat and cluck." Sloan's Liniment for Neuralgia Aches "Act like summer boarders," com' The dull tbrob of neuralgia is mented Farmer Whiflletree. quickly relieved by Sloan's Lini'NOTHER FOOLI8H QUESTION. ment, the universal, remedy for pain, Easy loupply; it quickly "A Boston man jumped twenty-fiv-e penetrates without rubbing and stories to his "death last week." soothes the sore museles. Cleaner 'Down?" "Certainly not. Up!" and more promptly effective than does inussy piasters oi ointment; VERY WELL, CONSIDERING. not stain the skin or clog the pores. For stiff muscles, chronic rheuma, "How are you feeling?" tism, gout, lumbago, sprains nnd "First class, considering that I etralhs'lt gives'quick relief. Sloan's have just had a vacation." son-in-la- Lcadei Song. , W week with his brotheriu-law. Prayer. L Byrd, and incidentally lookTopic: The Reward of Religion. Scripture Lesson : 1 Our. 3 ing ovor the rattle for sale in Peace with Neighbors Miss Ethel this community. Johnson. John T. Wrig'ifc sold twenty A Conscience without Offense Miss Miss Outda Mount z. :0-2- G. W. Hu cey, ot Have Jobs -- In American manufacturing plants under Woodrow Wil sou today than had jobs four years ago, when Taft was President. American workmen in manufacturing receiving plants are I $1,853,000,000 flore in Wages this year under Woodrow Wilson than they received four years ago, when Taft was President. 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Tbsealydietiea. ary HHh tt dhMed Hse- -a strafce f geiuw. fUnkruJbJh. Write for t'rvtinitu. pocu, tpoci-pe-a you umbo tU4 aet o! Ire, sMmT( etc easier, At yveur akenHitling DruigrJ ftOe.. Adv. 1 mmmmmmmMm'jizrr- - mi hhimihw in ' m mw MERRMM feifajitltM, ClL, tbu. (Mlzabta EtwUnx Times) lion. J. M. McDaniel, of addressed the voters of J. W. MoKinney, of Winches Clay City Tuesday afternoon In ter, is visiting relatives" in the the interest nf the Democratic county. party. The only regrettable fact Mra. R. A. Irvin. Sr.. is in Lex was that sufficient notice was not , itigton, visiting her given to secure tho crowd which Mrs. J. G. Lvlo. would surely have attended had they known that one of Ken- Edward Ilatton lias located at. Verenilles, Ky., whither he or tucky'a famous orators was going to 6peak. dors The Times sent. Our paper likes considerable Gran Unckworth was confined beinc ut to tho standard this to his home a few days this week week, but we have been so bus" with stomach trouble. working about the roads that our uurrei uuvie, or 1aris, is time has all been taken up in spending a few days with his that line, being ablp to bo at our uncle, A. P. Johnson. office but one day. Rev. Oleo Purvis has been se Cut this OutIt Is Worth Money. Jected by the Christian church Don't miss this. Cut out this as pastor for another year. slip, enclose with 5c and mail it sister-in-law- Local Brevities Beat-tyvill- e, PUBLKU SPEAKING! HonorableA.O.St Governor of Kentucky, will address the People of operated on at Lexington several writing your name and address clearly. You will receive in re turn a trial package containing 0. H. Duncan, who hns been Foley's Honey and Tar Com. working at Dayton, 0., for somo pound, for bronchial coughs, time, is homo for a few days colds and croup; Foley Kidney visit. Pills, for lame back, weak kid Mra. O. H. Mackoy has neys, rheumatism, bladder trou from a several days visit to bles, and Foley Cathartic Tab her father, P. H. Broaddus, on lets, a wholesome and thorough-- ' Miller's Creek. ly cleansing cathartic for consti;, FredSmether8 and family have pation, biliousness, headache and Sold every. located at Winchester. We re- sluggish bowels. where. gret, very much to lose these people from our town. Notice to Hunters. It has possibly been a number All persons are hereby notified of years since the Masonic Lodge that no hunting will be allowed of this city was not represented upon the lands of the undersigned. at the Grand Lodge meeting but JohnjScott, such was the case this year. J. E. Burgher, The Ladies' Aid of the MethoAdditional names added to ubove dist church will meet with Mrs. tor 25 cents each. J.- H. O'Rear Wednesday after- Printed cards "POSTED", two uoou November 8th. All mem- for five cents. bers are urged to be present. No Alore Backache (or Her. days ago, continues improving. - Mrs. W. U. Marti u who was CLAY CITY and Vicinity, in the Interest of the Re- Electian of Woodrow Wilson and continued Peace and Prosperity Rev. Mr. Oloyd, of Transyl- vania University, preached an interesting sermon at the Christian church Sunday in the absence of the pastor, Bro. Purvis. P. O'Uara, erstwhile editor of the Times and now counected with the Portsmouth, O. Daily Times, is in the city calling on old friends. Mike says every thing across the Ohio in his section looks Democratic to him. M. Gusklll, Etna.Green Ind., writes: UI sulfered from severe backache, and sharp pains shooting through my l I could not stoop over and get up without aid. Urinary trouble seemed to be the cause of it all. A single box of Foley Kidney Pills gave me such relief that I cannot praise them too highly." This standard remedy for kidney and bladder ailments can be tak- M. back-unti- Mrs. J. SATURDAY Oct. 28th, 1916, at 5 O'clock. Everybody Invited to Hear Kentucky's Gifted Orator. en with safety for backache, swollen ankles, and rheumatic pains. Sold everywhere. m Low Prices and High Quality a large stock of general mar chandise, shoes, groceries, etc., and we know that by dealing with its You Can Save Money Wetry to lecey our stock complete and our aim is iogive every customer ftill value for their money. Givetcs a trial. IFe have Public Sale! At Spout Spring, Ky., NOVEMBER 4th, 1010, 1 will olfer for sale the following property : 1 horse, 8 years old, 1 ? STANTON COLLEGE, I STANTION, 'kV. Students Admitted at Any Time " " One ' of the Best Schools in Kentucky. 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