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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): November 2, 1916 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1916 cla1916110201_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.): November 2, 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 s TIME S r j " J.- - E. Burgher, Publisher. Ve are Here te Help Clay Cltiflfc Surrounding Country and Ourselves. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. ' VOL. XXI. CLAY OITT, 'KV., THURSDAY. J. A. NOTEMBEE 2. 1916. NO. U Repairs Road. The Reason Why. oh Second page I lie A. T. Whltt and others have We print order of the Fiscal Court Feb. found it necessary to have a por28thj which order was signed and tion of the Lulbegrud road re published before ,the election paired so that automobile traffic und this alone secured the vote may continue on this road. Since the train has changed time and for the bonds. This order is application for gets in here so late at nights, au tomobile traffic has become very Stale Aid on the six seat roads in 1910. The Court active in and out of this town. A any definite steps .'bus line scheduled to arrive here has never-take- n to improve but two roads in 1016 about two hours earlier than the though some of the roads have of- train could soon build up a "land fered to do all the surveying at office" business. no expense to the county and the Fiscal Court Holds Meeting. people on one of these roads have The Fiscal Court held a meetoffered to build all the road for what subscription money could ing at Stanton yesterday and debe raised on its merits and the cided to go to work oil the road from Welch's crossing beyond State Aid. Stanton on to Bowon, and to also If the Court will not improve these roads, during 1916, when improve the read from Clay City to Lulbegrud. The Court has alunder promise to do so und so advertised for bids for the when the people" at one time have offered to put up the S40,000 boud issue to be sold Nocounty's part, if necessary, what vember 22ud. hope have they that they will evDies of Pneumonia. er get a road Inter? The people Mrs. Sarah Adams, widow of are in open arms against such a the late Weeden Adams, died disappointment. They are not near Powell's Valley church, aged paying their road tax this year, sixty-on- e years. Funeral will. Such imposition morning at Powell's cannot be pulled off on the peoValley by Elder Will A. Smeth-ers- , ple of Powell county. They and interment iu the cemeinter-county Here's Ihe Record STANTON. Torrfes, of Pendleton (By P. O. Dcrthick.) county,-sfar' holds tho record in the productionpf Democratic vot Win. F. Adams left Monday for ers. np has n family of 100 cliil Florida where ho will spend tho dren, and great- - winter. His grand-fathe- r Mrs. Mary Adams sold to Wilfought in tho war of 1812 and liam Adams a quilt that had came from.yirginia. Mr. Tomes 4800 squares in ft and it only half has been Democratic grand-childre- n grand-childrent Paper Crisis Coming Fast. A suspension of numerous newspapers in the United States will occur within a few months because of tho scarcity of und tho advance in price of print paper, according to a statement made by J. S. Clark, of Cincin-nuti, espe-ciall- y mill-neve- r .V mean business. The taxpayers of Powell coun-t-are asked to paj 50 cents per hundred dollars road tax, and aoX living in.the country, .of y - the road six days in the year. besides, and tor this they receive less than one dollar per mile for teams on their road. This is not fair and the taxpayers are showing you hoW they propose to not bear it. No court iu the world will uphold such an uneven proposition, we believe. Give us the roads you promised before the bonds were voted or no tax can you collect. A part of the Fiscal Court, we are sure, is anxious to do just as they promised, but are handi- propetgettre equlred;t-wo- r capped. Death of Robert Martin. Mr. Robert Martin, aged sixty-nindied Tuesday morning at 7 :40 from lagrippe and other troubles. Funeral services Wednesday at Cane creek Christian church by the Rev. Cleo Purvis, after which the remains were laid to rest in tho family burial grounds. Mr. Martin is survived by tho only son, tho Rovt L. F. Martin, in whose home he died. e, . To Marry at Frankfort. MiB3 Annie Prewitt McKinuey, daughter of Geo. W. MoKJnney, of Frankfort, and Mr. Welt,on Watson, son of Attorney Henry Watson, of Mr, Sterling, wore to have, beeu married in Frankfort yesterday. Both 6f the contracting parties are well known, iu Clay City where they have many yo'uug friends who extend con- gratulations. tery near the church. Before marriage Mrs. Adams was a Miss Ware, u sister to T. B. Ware, of Virden. She is suryiued byfour grown children, alhboys. , .i ' Big Crowd at Stanton Attorney H. H. Moore, of Winchester, made a stirring Dem- Mountz, Sr. ocratic speech at Stanton SaturMr. B. F. Russell motored day afternoon. He filled the ap- through Monday from Louisville pointment of Governor Stanley to Clay Oity in his new Buick who was compelled to temporari- Six roadster. ly abandon the field on account Mrs. Taulbee Mountz leftTues of carbuncles. Mr. Moore proved dav for Collinswood, Tenn., to be a pleasing speaker and the where she will visit her mother, glad invitation "come again" is Mrs. T. N. Rich'. ou the lips of all who fieurd him. The Fisher Oil Company ship Montgomery Man Buying ped a team of large Norman horsMike Wilson, of Levee, has es hero this week. for use in their been iu the county this week operations on the mountain. buying und selling cattle. He Mrs. T. G. White, Master buys either by the head or "White and Mr. Edmon pound. This week Mie bases his Searles motored to Winchester ou 5 and C cents for good prices grade yearling heifers and steers, yesterday and spent the day. respectively. The report comes from Elka-tawthat Judge L. F. Mann, a Sunday School Convention. former resident of ourcity, is The Sunday School Convention critically ill. Wo failed to learn at Powell's Valley Saturday and any particulars, Sunday was largely attended and A. T. Whitt and John C. Vor- au interesting program was cardorbrueggen left last night for ried out. Bro. J. 1. Wills, of Beattyville, preached a very im- Cincinnati aud will return today pressive Bertnon on Sunday morn- with Mr.. Vordorbrueggen's now Ford automobile. ing! G. H. Heinrlch, of Mt. SterBrings Money Anyway. ling, representing Clay Miller, Cattle may be lower, but Henthe calendar man of that city, n ry S, Uaywood, a interviewing the business Bourbon county livestock dealer, was men of our town Tuesday. has paid his brother farmers more than half u million dollars for Mr. S. T, Caudill, a prominent cuttle within tho past thirty Democrat of Clark county, is in days, according to the Paris the city today working in the in . Gil-bert There will be services at Jthe Christian Church Sunday mornLocal Brevities ing and night by Richard Crowe. Everybody is cordially invited to B. F. McKinuey, of Winchesbe present. Let us make the ter, is here today on business. Lord's Day a place to assemble V W. B. Woodford, of Bourbon ourselves together ns we are county, is in the city on bus- commanded. Richard is preach-in- ' some splendid sermons, as I iness. lino as you will hear anywhere Frank Rogers, of Ml. Sterling, else you go. He is one of our was iu the cityJhiB week visiting boys and we are proud of him. ' friends. He desires that strangers and N. V. Ro$QIpent a few days no'n members be especially inwith relatives a Winchester the" vited and ail are welcome. Hie last of the WBefy morning subject is "God's Care for His People," and at night, "Mesdames jS.jO. Vollmer, Bur-re- l Akera nn( t5im Oarr visited lTThe Handwriting ou the Wall.'' Lexington Saturday. SPOUT SPEINa Marcus Burgher, of Winchester, visited Mr cousin, Shelby Jesse Smith, of Levee, moved Burgher, Saturday aud Sunday,, .TfteflaVothJfafm'Vif- - Jorffoft ; HMr8i'Td sP GC ntVyr P f Rich ui on d Burnetts and Mrs. Dee Bush, of Winches'Squire Shelton McKinney ter, are visiting Mrs. Wm. made a business trip to Mt. Ster-- ' - ticket for 55 year's. He has eight boys living, and all Democrats. Of his 106 descendants, all but five will vote7 for Wilson. He Wants to hearjfrom any man who can beat hirrt in building up the Democratic pafyy. vbtinthe finished. As the writer was away all this past week he has not had a chance to gather up the news, fie visited his brother iu Indianapolis, Iud. representative of the Western Newspaper Union, beforo the Biuegruss Publishers and Printing Associutiou, which was formed .in Lexington Friday. Mr. Clark a.iitl that within the past few day6 two newspapers hud cancelled orders for paper, saying they would have to suspend operation until the price was reduced. He also said that print paper would reach the unparalleled price of 10 cents a pound before tho end of February, 1917. Owen Mclntire, of the Danville Advocate, said that ufter a diligent inquiry and investigation he was of the opinioti that the mills were working to crowd out the country newspapers by charging them (J and 7 ceuts for paper, while he knew of one big daily that was getting paper at 2j cents. Mt. Sterling Advocate. Kentucky's Waste. The wastes of the farm are in. numerable. A Scotchman pass ing through Kentucky once re marked to his host that tho land thai werMfaBtelp fejica corners aud unlleWstaeked'oprn would produce' enough, if'it' wdre'"in England or Germany, to feed an army. Another waste that offended his economical sense was found in tho garbage piles of tho farms. He said that the decaying bones, leaves, feathers, ashps and salt from freezers, old hair, old plaster, which he saw lying about would, iu the Old Country, be gathered into a compost heap and mude to fertilize acres of garden laud. lie was surprised at the fact that the sum land was so often expected to bring forth only one crop We need system and brains, eilicieucy and economy. -- I ling Friday. G. W. Halsey, of Montgomery county, was here the first ot the week buying cattle. Quite a number from here have been attending the revival meeting at Clay City. Mr. aud Mrs. Geo. R. "Duughe-tee- , of Miami, Texas, are visit ing relatives in these parts. T. S. McKinney, who has been in a general decline in health for some time, is gradually making slight gains. W. L. Byrd will have another salo Saturday. He failed to sell all of his stock and other things at his sale Oct. 21 owing to lack of time. Elder B. S. Burgher has re turned to Clark county for a brief stay and will of course in cidentally participate in the na tional election while there. A wager was mtido at Lexington of $1,000 to sjSOU that Wilson will carry Kentucky. and fell, throwing Mr. Todd to the ground with considerable force. He was unconscious for nn hour after the accident, being hurt in tho side, shoulders and neck. Ho has about recovered from this accident. a well-know- Ken-tuckja- u. terest of Woodrow WiUon and Meeting Mrs. Martin Return. Mrs. Win. 0. Martin has returned from, the Iwspital At Lesv iugtou, where she recently an operation for tumor. She is. receiving the, congratulamany friends aver tions her recovery from this serious nt Clem. Elder. L. Fr Martin closed, a most successful revival meeting at Bojuuevllle Sunday night with a number of additions.' This World is populated with wise people, fools, und some oth- era. Ann cue. iew Knowtpeir ; ofhr " continued peace and prosperity lathe United States. Mr. aud Mrs. Robert Oonloo entertained Tuesday. night with a Hallowe'en party at their new home qear this city, Many Clay City and Stautoa young people were present on' this pleasant oo casion. ailment. N , ' class., Mr. aud Mrs. Moses McKinney of Irvine, spent Saturday night VAUGHN'S MILL. and Sunday with Mr. aud Mrs. Shelton McKiuney. Mr. McKin J. W. Mize has been real sick ney informs us that he will not for the past few days. likely move back to his farm W. O. Mine aud family spent here before next Spring. Sunday with J. W. Mize. We hope to see a good crowd out to hear Bro. W. A. Smothers Winfred Davis, of Cincinnati, at the Baptist church Sunday is spending a few duys this week morning at the usual hour. Bro. with his father, Win. Davis. Smothers is a very zealous young O. F. Davis, of Oakland, minister in the ciuso and nover spent from Friday till Sunday with his uncle, W. M. Davis. fails to iuterest his hearers. W. O. McKinney, of WinchesLloyd Todd, one ot our best citizeus, happened to an acci ter, spent Thursday night with , J, W. Mize. dent which oame near having his brother-in-lawserious results. He was riding Tho turkeys on Hardwick's along the road horseback Wednes creek are tho best the writer lias day of last week near the posj- - seen. There do not seem to bo office when, his horso stumbled ' iUttny in the Biuegruss country. Oali.,.. J - By latter wo learn that quite a number of Democratic sobs of Powell county are coming home to vole November 7th. That's Publisher. good. Every Democrat should, J. E. Burgher, follow the example of our leader, Woodrow Wilson and vote every Entered as second-clas- s mail matRepublicans may ter at the Post Office at Clay City, time, and the do as thoir chief, Charles Evans Kj., under the Act of Congress of Hughes, does; not vote for five March 3. 1870. years at a time. THE TIMES. "Smiles and laughter is good for the blues even if the practice is begun in.forgery. It. becomes 1916. I habitual and is a means of triend THURSDAY, NOV. making", says an author. This Considerable has licon said doesn't apply to counties "voting concerning the road building in a bond issue for building roads Powell county and the bond is- and getting only a dose of and an opportunity to sue and the promiee of what the continue paying for twenty-siFiscal Court would do with the bond money, and the roads they years. would build. Here's Oio order Twelve counties in Kentucky just as it was advertised and are reported free from illiteracy spread broadcast by handbills to and more will soon be, according secure votes for the bonds. The to the president of the Illiteracy majority of the people of the Commission. county are refusing to pay any of their tax because of the road below. The order calls for the tax. They are ready, all say to improvement of these roads us, to pay their road tux when Read the order in douthe Fiscal Court takes definite ble column below and see if the steps to improve the roads prom- people are getting what they ised improvement bv the order hare a promised right to expect. A HOME-MADE PAPER. HARDWIOK & COMPANY Fall and Winter Goods. " tax-payin- g x t r t t T T t t T f Y Our Fall and Winter Goods are- now in. We invite you to call and see 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" near as possible every thing the people want. It will pay you to call when in rieed of any thingin dry goods, notions, clothing, women's r misses and children s short and long coats, - up-to-- ready-to-wea- dur-iuglOl- READ THIS And Gain an Idea Where the Money for Good Roads Y in Powell County will First be Spent. The law requires where counties make application for State Aid, these counties must state what roads are tobe improved, and the approximate distance of each. The State will consider no improvement until after the inter-coun- ty seat roads are first improved; neither can the Fiscal Court .make a change n its order after At rjasjs.eencerjifiedp'the Road Gdmmissioot-'fFrankfort- . The resolution prder has been certified to as follows at a meeting of the Fiscal Court T February 28th in which the full Court was present, and can not be changed or altered .' "Be it Resolved, That the public interest demands the improvement and construction of public roads on all the county seat roads, hereinafter described, on the most direct and practical routes; and it is the sense of this Court that Y said roads be improved under State Aid and State supervis ion during 1916. Y "Therefore, It is Ordered, That the Fiscal Court of County petition the State of Kentucky and the State Commissioner of Public Roads for county's proportionate share of the State road fund, for the use of this county for Y the improvement ot described roads, and agrees to' Y furnish a like amount. .SP- "It is further Ordered, That a copy-o- these Resolur tions and a copy of this Court Order Decertified to the Forty tfiousai'ilollnrg is tliq misstoner of Public Roads, for his approval." amount sent to Keutuckto help "Those voting in the affirmative: J. A. Sewell, Chas. cafry this Sfftffjr Hughes. If Welch. G. B. Catidell, Chas. A. Means and G. S. Spurlock, Koutucfey is a better prospect to carry tfiaj .the'.d.oubt.ful States, "Those voting in the negative; None. " pity poor aughe'. He is to, the lyad a boat js Taft . "No. 1. One road from Stanton, the county-sea- t, iu four Clark county line, via Clay City. . yenrs go. No-- 2. From Stanton to the Montgomery county line.,' j " " " V.iule every;hjg ia qit.tet may Wolfe .' No. 3. your wV " " Mehefee No. 4. ' " : it Cliristfna8 BbpppJitgJ,8tkWl,(a " -" No. 5. Estijl . ' suits yu? " Eee No. 6r "The mileage on these lines is approximately as follows: , Changing Seasan,OrIng Colds, ' -' No. 1. Ten miles. nse miles. No. 2. Four and one-ha- lf ' sure No. 3. Eighteen miles. r.' Now Discovery hfre relief a .No. 4. Four miles. $ dose of ihit eoreii)"(tion 'of an No. 5. Three miles. .. irVtttt- -' tiseptlo balriams sbothW-Ui. No. 6. Eight miles. ..'aSSlj ... r,o,l .i i "It is further Ordered by this Court That under any 1 of the improvement of the roads a8?f 4 ritl run hw. your a$d 1 and all conditions, one-ha- lf Tjrokfn. up. Tfeai a coM WrriV in the county shall be made east of Stanton and one-ha- lf WlyV'!(iiIf, way tmtevl&tf "m of Stanton, west' fQjnirtl. A T IMHV Inrlrt. t t t i t ihats, sweaters and rain coats, women's corduroy skirts, v "men's and boys' hats, rubber footwear for all, men's and boys' dress, corduroy arid cheap work pants, corduroy suits "sweaters, raincoats, hunting coats, also table's, chairs, safes beds, springs, mattresses, blankets, comforts, cots, trunks, .suit cases, grips, oil .carpets, sewing machines, saddles, ;harness, hardware, queensware, groceries, Bain wagons, Studebaker wagons. " I .We handle Queen Quality shoes for women,. Walk-Ove- r shpes for men. Stetson and Astor brand hats, Hart, Schaff-"ne- r and Marx and Matchless brand clothing, Arrow brand .shirts and collars. goods and learning .If you believe in buying where you, can get the most for your money, try us, up-to-date '? t t t t t - Hardwick & Co. STANTON. , f It Always Helps says Mrs.SyJyan!a Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky.f In writing dnief experience with Cardul, the woman's tonic. She says further: "Before 1 began to use Cardul, my back and head would hurt so bad, I thought, the pain would kill me. I was hardly able to do any of my housework. After taking three bottles of Cardul I, .began to feel like a nctf woman. I soon gained 35 pounds, and, now, I do all my housework, as well as run a big water mil, 1 wish every suffering womarf would give k "-- " . . GARDIfl The Woman's Tonic ut o J , . I, 'Headache, backacluj, side ache, nervousness, feelings, etc., are sure signs of woman- -. stfreu, Worn-oly trouble. Sfgrfs that you n.eed; Cardul, the woman's 2 tonic. You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing VQmeii for more than fifty years. " 'a trial. I' still use Cardul when I feel a little bad, and It always does me good' i i i j. a. ocwJiLu justice.. "' a " G. B. CA UDELL, Koii'etFor 47 reBiedy CHAS. WELCH, , " for vouniJpd yewh 'favorHel old. At Get a Bottle Today! 1U C; A. MEANS. ' TELLS CAUSE OF SEASONAL ILLS -' - K .Hun Ook.i Health Makes Body More uable to Disease. STOMACH USUALLY TO BLAME Human Machine Falls ''When Dlges- tlve and Eiimlnatlve Processes Get f Out of Order, Yielding Poisonous Waste Instead of Strength-Buildin- g Nutriment Tanlac Expert Talks, Many ilia to which pcoplo aro Hablo at this tlmo of the year are direct results of a disordered atom if ach and deranged digestion, according to the Tanlac health expert. "In a majority of coses, those who suffer from sickness must blame their stomachd." b 1,1.1,1. "y0 mSBi renicni' ber that the strength of the body comes from tlio digestive system. Food Becomes Poison. "When the supply of nutriment needed to keep the human machine fails, the food which should have glv en strength becomes poisonous waste. "The stomach has been called 'tae chemical laboratory of" the body." There the material taken, into tho body is rendered into blood, bone and mus cle for permanent health, vigor and vitality. "The success of Tanlac as an aid to digestion, assimilation and the functions which, dispose of waste matter has been proclaimed by thousands. a Restores to Normal. "Tanlac is a vegetable remedy, designed to feed whllo it heals sick, soro stomachs, and to bring back the " digestive system to its normal, natural j work. Thus health is restored, yielding energy, ambition and vitality, and giving that feeling of complete well being necessary to the full enjoyment of life by every" man and woman. "With the health and strength that Tanlac gives, pooplo are less subject to, disease. Thousands who have taken Tanlac are grateful because it mado them well and kept them wall." Mrs. Martha Ware" returned homo Saturday after n week's Miss Lena Hoi ma 11, who has visit with her daughter, Mrs. been visiting relatives here for Nannie Hughes, near Winchesquite a while, has returned to ter. her home at.Terre Hants,. Ind." MnnudMca. Kill is' Ware ar- Misa Bessie Curry, of Finoas- - riVed. here; Saturday from Marsh- tie, whs visiting friends at tliiw Held, Ind.,.to!)Utond the fuuoral place Saturday and Sunday,Of tho former's sister, Mrs. Sarah Airs. Margaret Faulkner, who Adams. has been at AsheviUe, N. 0., sev-- " This Is "a true chicken Btory. eral months for her health, is lnst.week Mrs. Smitson now at homo feeling quite well. heard some young chickens chirp to locate them. Mrs. 'ixBy Ilolman ; and .Miss rnigand-tj- t Lena Ilolmnu were the guests of ono iouua me chicks near a largo locust tree some distance from Mrs. Ilex Bowen Friday. the house, butj couldn't see the Mr. Bill Garrett, wife and ben. The hen was Anally locatlittle daughter, of Stanton, we.ro ed by her clucking, and found to visiting Mrs. Margaret Faulkner be in a hole in the tree about ten and family laet Sunday. feet. from the, ground, where she Robert Stamper, who is work- had hatched twelve chicks. The ing at Cincinnati, was home a hen is of the game species and is fow days last week to see his doing fine with her little family. Now who can beat this? family and friends. BOWEN. One-Ma- 1 mmiwmm UN I9irw GROUP STORIES Stories upon Sloriei uti plenty of tLea Allioa, Life, Adrentore, Fun, Pttkoi, luipirstloa. SERIALS GREAT Companion will make 1917 a Great Story Year. Besides the Great Serials and 250 Short Stories, there are rare Special Pages for each one. Family Page, exceptional Editorial Page, Boys' Page, Girls' Page, Children's Page, Doctor's Corner, Current Events, Nature and Science, Travel, Information, etc. Everything from everywhere for everyi one in the family. THE YOUTH'S COMPANION, St Tad St. BOSTON, MASS. Mrs. Greene Garrett, of WinA" ,hn remalulnr lunea PRPP COMl'AMON for 1010. or THE Get a Transfer. chester, Mrs. Spencer and FRFF Till: COMPANION HOME CAI ENDAK for 101. her mother, Mrs. Eliza Day, of If you are on the Gloomy Lane, Weekly " THFN Ihn tOMPANIIIN for Ine of TIIU 19177 Get v transfer.-I- f Nada, were the guests of Mrs. you're inclined to fret and pino Olay McDonald last Wednesday. SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE Get a transfer. Bro. P. 0. Derthick and Mr. Call at The Times Office for Special Combination Offer. Get off the track of Doubt and Johnson, of Stanton, visited Gloom; our Sunday School last Sundav. Get on a Sunshine Train there's 7REES. Rheumatism Follows Exposure. Mr. Derthick helped us with our room. In the rain all day is generally lesson and gave us some ideas Get a transfor. followed oy painful twinges of FRUIT AND SHADE TUEES, which awakened a new interest If you are on the Worry Train, neuralgia. 'lr-Tw- and send It (or the name of this paper) with 1 or ino umpanmii lor W17, and we will send you CUT THIS OUT in us. itors. We ueed more such vis Get a trah'sfer.-Yo- u ; must not stay there and complain VIRDEN C. C. Curtis made a business trip toRabbitJtown last Saturday. We are sorry to report Mrs. W. H. Smitson is on the sick list this week. Mrs. Tina Wilson, of Boone- ville, is visiting her parents, Mr. the master medicine and Mrs. Preston Combs, and --JTanliic, 'and reconstructive tonic, is sold other relatives hero this week. eiclusively:iu-CLA- Get a transfer. The Cheerful Cars are passing through, And there is,"lots of room for you. Get If you are on the Grouchy Track, Uet a transtor. Just take a,Happy Special back. Get a transfer. Jump on "the train and pull the U1TY by-Ej- a luccruire. Othor exclusive agents nearby towus are ur follows : Stanton at Hard wick & Go.; Bowes, Day and King; College "Hill, Uinter Bros.; Torrent, J. Taylor Day ; Irvine, Irviue Drug Co.; Genet, Genet. Cash Store; Wultersville, Henry and iieutty ville, Thomas Pryse. ion Wal-dro" rope . v That lands you, at, the Sta.ip.n - Hope.. Mr; James' Wallas, of Lexing Get a; transfer. Ex. ton, was here last week painting W. II. Smitson's house, which Dies in Estill County. axlds greatly to its' appearance. (Sick Bill Mcintosh, a former Quite a number of people, of resideut'oj Clay City, died iu Esthis neighborhood attended the till cciunty Oct 21 and was burfuneral and burial of Mrs. Sarah ied at the Winburn graveyard near Haigett. He Is survived by Adams at Powell's Yalley Sloan's Shrubs, Grape Vines, Rhubarb, Asrheumatism or L.niment will give you quick paragus, Peonies, Phlox, Roses, etc. and prevent the twinges from .becoming torture. It quickly peneFree Illustrated Catalog trates without rubbing andsooths No Agents. the soro and aching joints. For EVERY THING FOR ORCHARD, sore, stiff, exhausted muscles that LAWN AND GARDEN. ache and throb from overwork, reSloan's Limment affords quick H. F. Hillenmeyer & Sons. lief. Bruises, sprains and other minor injuries to children are Lexington, Ky. quickly soothed by Sloan's LiniNurserymen Since 1841. ment. Get a bottle at your Adv. Drnggits,ji2)o. , , ., THE WINCHESTER BANK, NOTICE! of Winchester, Ky.i ' re-li- ef to-da- y - That all person holding claims Capital Stock against the estate of Thomas Surplus and Undivided Profits Welch, deceased are requested to present said claims properly sworn to and proven to me on or N. Holly Withcrspoon, W. R. $100,000 $200,000 President. Cashier. before November 10, 1918. P. H. Welch, Administrator, Kosslyn, Ky. Sphar u, several children. YOUR ACCOUNT SOLICITED. WHEN YOU WANT A SHAVE OR HAIR CUT OR ANY TONSORIAL WORK CALL ON H. H. PHERIGO. GENET Corn husking (hoarder of the day. 0. R. Duiiu and other oil men were here last woek. Wm. Hatt.911 and L. J. Howell have moved: to Nada. Everett Ruidnll, our teacher, 'wept, home to Stanton last Fri ' 'day! . . 3 (HiItcstAward) Sol Hilton, of Stanton, lifts moved on tho farm of Fuller and " Dichonaries aHKc Panama PacificExposition WQS eivenio mm Ponder near here. T. ;. Ponder and B. V. Knox k '.went tp.Nuda last Thuraday.t.o deliver some corii. L , Dillurd Smyth and family, of VMailcelona, Mich., aro visiting .friends atTd relatives here. - granted to. WEBSTER'S NEW INTERNATIONAL Superiority of Educational Merit This new creation answers with final authority all kinds of puzzling questions eucu as "liowiaisrtnwi 'j. B. SrriytliAlbert Ualfiii, .Sol Helton, Ike Brown, J. H. "Howell huve gone (0 the'Eatill qil ilolds. '.V . . . TUB LADIKS' IIOMK JOUUNAL.THE JATUKDAY EVENING POST und TUB COUNTRY 3ENTLEMAN wish to secure the. spare time of a niun or woman to uct as local.reproM'ntativo.In Olay Olty and vicinity, looking after the rouewals of thejr many subb'crin. ttons in this section, and Introducing these' publications to new readers. Pavement will bo mado in salary and Previous experience is but not essential. For details address.:witkreferweesVBoxfJ34, The Oliifis. Polish loir OwiiMiuy, InOepond- n. lo "wncro la Sronounceu ia a continuous "Tiatl3aAoifft.-r- " 'nVhat is ifftito coalt" "How la that pronounced?" and thousands of otbera. Mere than 404,039 Vocabulary Terns. 39,069 Geosrspkical Subjects. 12,000 Biographical Entries. Over 6000 Hhu Irattew. 2700 Paces. The only dktiea-u- y villi tfae divided a itreo ef voy-age- f" v fse BittWiiJUk. Writ fa; ped-m- a page. MaMjf you puryg toil it: 'udut xt etc of YOU SHOULD- - WCHRY, WOODROWJ ..V MES8U.M CQl, SvtutlitU. aUu. , . - ... - -. V , i (Portland B&stwa Xzgru) 1 jm-- ? --1 Dr. Marlin Gels Car. Coal. Coal is higher than over before Dr. W. 0. Martin is now, mak known to uh. In fact it is hard ing his calls in his new Ford tour to Ret at any price. Every year ing car receiltly pu'rcliueed nt about this time the compan- through Iho agency of A. T ies always manage to have a Whitt. Other cars cou'fd have strlko in their mines, produce a been sold had it not have been shortage of cars, Dr. do something for the delay iu delivering them. to run the price up. The people The roads will soon be pas,t the have thchills to pay us they go, use of automobiles in Powell and the coal operators get the county, then we must, foot it or dough. go horseback. High-Price- d . P. A. puts new joy into the sport of smoking! V YOU n-sure Highwaymprovement in Kentucky "Good Itoads," a leading roads paperof the country, has in its issue of Oct. 7 a splendid write, up of 'the "Highway Improvement in Kentucky," in which some illustrations of beautiful roads built by the Department of Public Rouds in Kentucky are shown. This department is doing splendid service in all parts of the State and it is only hoped to see the similar results in Powell county. Mrs. No More Backache for Her. J. M. Gaskill, Etna Green Road Improvement Bonds. Bids will be recoived by the Fis cal Court of Powell County, Ky., until noon, Nbvember 22nd, 1910, for840,000road improvement bonds. Tnese bonds are to bear 5 inter- Ad est, payable I. S. BOONE, dress County Clerk, Stanton, Ky semi-annuall- may live to and never feel old enough to certai- vote, but it's y. x Notice to Bond Buyers. The undesigned hereby serves notice to bond buyers that I be lievo the requirenierits of the law have hot been complied with in re gird to the voting, the issuing, the polling and apportioning of the $40,000 in road bonds in Powell county, Kentucky, and that as a citizen and taxpayer, and acting upon request for a number of oth- er taxpayers, I hereby serve notice and warning that the collection of tax to provide a sinking fund and to pay the interest on the?o bonds, will be resisted through the courts. J. E. BURGHER, Citizen and taxpayer, and acting for other taxpayers or said county. Cut this Out It Is Worth Money. Don't miss this. Cut out this slip, enclose with 5c and mail it to Foley & Co., Chicago, 111., writing your name and address clearly. You will receive iu return, a trial package containing Foley's Honey and Tar Compound, for bronchial coughs, colds and croup; Foley Kidney Pills, for lame back, weak kid-neys, "I suirered from' 6evcre backache, and sharp pains shooting through my back until I could not stoop over and get up without nid. 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 taken with safety for backache, swollen ankles, and rheumatic pains. Sold everywhere. Ihd., writes: The high cost of paper and other material going into the makeup of newspapers has been the alleged cause for the suspen sion of several local papers in the past few months. System flust Bo Cleared, You will find Dr. King's New Life Pills a gentle yet effective laxative for removing impurities, from the system. Accumulated waste poisons the blood ; dizziness, biliousness and pimply, muddy complexion are the distressing (fleets. A" dose of Dr. King's New Lfe Pillls will assure you a free, full bowel movement in the morning. At your Druggist, 25c. adv A Clogged ht It is made by patented process that removes bite and parch ! a You. can smoke it long and hard without a comeback! Prince Albert has always been sold without coupons or premiums. We prefer to give quality! Prince Albert affords the keenest pipe and cigarette enjoyment! And that flavor and fragrance and coolness is as good as that sounds. P. A. just goodness and satisfaction it offers. cigarette unless you get on talking-term- s with Prince Albert tobacco! P. A. comes to, you with a real reason for all the contentment of a friendly old jimmy pipe or a hand rolled you'll not know the' joy and answers the universal demand for tobadco without bite, parch or kick-back! $oSd opcrywhoro Princo Albert in toppy red bag$. Set tidy red lint, lOci handtomm pound and tin humiaortand-thacUver crytaUgtau pound humidor with Mpongmmoi$ttn0r top that tho tobacco in tuch tpUndid condition. half-poun- d Introduction to Prince Albert isn't any harder t than to walk into the nearest place that sells tobacco and ask for "a supply of P. A." You pay st out a little change, to be sure, but it's the cheer-fulle- investment you ever made! iR inge R. J. Reynoldi Tobacco Co., Wimton-SaleN. Albert C Copyright 1916 by R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR (Consecration Meeting.) Sunday-evening- , Nov.. 5th., Topic :Con8ecrift.irm o(.ckcitil Life,1 Beading: 1 Cor. 0:10-2Leader: A. M. Burgher, 3. mmm college, ky. stawtonV Low Prices and We tains all the Foo;hit)gJIeii)eiitB of a wholesome and thoroughthe forest. It heiila the irritated ly cleansing cathartic for constimembrane, and by its tiutiseptic pation, biliousness, headache and properties loosens the phlegm, von sluggish bowels. Sold breathe easier, and whut promised to be h severe col iihns been broken feeling, up. For that stuiFed-u- p tight ehest or eoro throat tak.e a dose of Dr. Bell's and prevent a wearing, hacking cough drugging through tho winter; At your Dmggist, 25o. adv. . 'Fine-Tar-Hon- rheumatism, bladder bles, and Foley Cathartic Pine-T- ar trouTub-lets- Relieves A Cold. J , Dr Hell's Pino. con- Students Admitted at Any Time One of the Best Schools in Kentucky. Courses in Agriculture and Domestic Science. Renew Classes in the Common Branch' will be Condudlcd throughout the Teim. By paying part of their Expenses in Work, Students may get Kates at the Dormitory as low as"$!Oo per Week. High Quality For Information Write to have a large stock of general merchandise, shoes, groceries, etc., and we know that by dealing with us You Can Save Money We try to keey our stock complete and our aim is io give every customer full value for their money. ' Give us a trial. FOR SALE. Two Shetland ponies, tentlo to ride and drive. Will sell reasonable. Apply to or ,write A. M. Burgher, Olay Giy, Ky. Rev. J. C. Hanley, President, Stanton, Ky. Notice to Hunters. PublicSale! 1 property: All persons are hereby notified At .Spout Spring, Hy., that no hunting will bo allowed NOVEMBElW4rh, J91C, upon the lands of the undersigned. will offer for saleth following 1 1 Henry Waldron WALTERSVILLE, horse, 8 yearsold, jr John Scott, " 9 - - ''vV KENTUCKY 1 1 1 mare in foal, 8 years old, jenuet,'2 yearsold, " mm j-- RICHMOND, KY. i For Good Bartering Try and 7 pijjej.- A. P. Johnson 1 piano, ' f 1 wagon and harness, In the old stand, next to the Red 2 Buggies nnd lmrness, ' . River Hotel. Bedsteads and niaTtfeases and other .things ' too. numerous to Shampooing and Scalp Treatment -- 1 1 sow springer heifer; part.rJersey, heifer calf, Burgher. ndded to ubove Additional name3 tor 25 cents each Printed cards "POSTED", two for live cents. j;E. ?t the Lamp Oil that oaves Eyes raoro 'iraporttnt In tho clour, luily light. Jimiro Kemug tne on luat.burcs r.lcnr and clean jrltlir.ut n dicker ilon n to the last (Jrrtp. ivimijlvaiita crude oil raflnrd to porf eotloiu Cots no maro than the inferior IIONUV wvej tankrraeon olU-wi- vei WORK Siwci ejei. Your hai B0L1TK Oil, In brrela direct lroiu our worki. hoiuo Jtiot'itiiK 1 ims tlii uy dulr M :i'y A TSAJNifla SCHOOL FOR TGAC11ERS - (Vujrt Mm,- in j :.... t. lii i.ji.. s t,t Jairi-vrZ.1, J una 1'trtiieiitaT.r, Intrrnierilato and LIfo V. i.u iu i.ll riiulioBcboolscf Ken-..!,- ,. I Cotirsci unit lteview Courses, Tuition ..Mi:ituc'i. Tko tflendld dormitories, new' i manual training building, practice ., l.ur(Huiit of muiculture. a well equipped Qclenre. First Trrm begins a.':':m. Dunm-.t'7, Second Trm November 10, Third Term April S.Buniiner School openi II. Outatoguo Vrrn. j. u. CIl.MIBIi, President. i l(iiillr.,T ft. ti montion. wl.:byrd. rf IU BOOKKEEPING BualHew.Phanofjriphy CfeSi, R'Stoll Oil Co. Jjsxlngten, Ky, " UeUnei.at Warreu, Fa. tfa tell UeUbnUcd VNoCarb" Presbyterian. Church. SundaySohool atMo'a, in. and preaching service aver Sunday morning at 11 a. mi jEverybody welootne. TYPEWRITING and TELEGRAPHY .t xprUDO PtMAt yMFfpf iq Tun aUa BluAha bu io BrntlU rdarAtlBr MLUX) .'?, Advoftlw) lu 'Tiri Times.