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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): November 9, 1916 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1916 cla1916110901_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 9, 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 11 " J. E. Burgher, Publisher. VOL., XXI. ... CLAY CITY TIMES 1 Ye are Here to Help Clay City, the Surrounding Country and Ourselves. - - ' T Vr j PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. J CLAY OITY, KX, THURSDAY. ; , NOVEMBER iui9l6. ' . tfO. 45 . . .Wilson Wins. Tiinoflnv. election dav. was A UVJu J vnrv hnlpf. time about Olay City jj r and it must have been the sanio nil oYei: the United States, for the1 people seem to nave saneij so chose the retention of House l(r hmu in the White The majority is small, but the oddB to overcome were great. Kentucky is Democratic by close on to 80,000 majority; Powell county is Democratic by ma. w is cj auuj rho -lnroest Democratic years. Olay Oity jority in recent gave a.majority of 65 votes. . . " very a-- Whpn such stateB as Ohio goes to the good to the tune of 30,000 Democratic majority, it sound? like real prosperity. Not, how ever, that1 all Democrats are always good, but that President Wilson is unquestionably the safest availahlo man in this govern- ment today. Itis not to be claimed that this country has gone. Democratic, but roust Jifi admitted that the election of Wilson shows that the voters are arising above petty politics to indpendently vote for tlie man and principles that best though it is Huit them eveu party of their tradiagainst the tion. . Claims Mountain Land. Mrs! Leo' Childers, a niece, of Jesse W. Jones,- - deceased, former postmaster at Union Hall, - and Mexican soldier, is laying claim to liis land about Uuion Hall, which is In the rich oil territory. When Mr. ones died a few years ago at the advanced age of ninety years, lie left his land to two negro children that he had raised in his home. Mrs. Guilders will claim that her uncle's dote age incapacitated him to make a Come Home to Vote. The Right Step for Roads. Half a score or more of tho The Estill County Fiscal Court held a special term of court at boys were ou the train Saturday Irvine Wednesday, and among night, coming home to vote for other important matters laid the Wilson and Hughes. And they foundation for the only success did not all come in on Saturday, ful way for that county as other as other days brought more of the mountain counties, to get good Powell boys to their native heath roads. Tlifl Uotirfc passed an or to register their choice for Presi der for the county to put. up $500 dent. The Powell boys are al when the citizens of, the county ways loyal to their homo aud put up 82,000 for the improve party and the only regrettable y ment of any seat thing about it is that there is not road. It was understood that employment at home for tho Richmond road people were ready boys who are so devoted to their with the necessary dough to put home and people. up the people's part of tha Why not 1916? cash. State Division Engineer O. R. If the Powell County Court would only be so liberal we would Thomas openly told tho court at soon have turnpikes radiating Stanton in one of its recent meet from Clay City in every direc ings that the $10,000 in bonds was enough money to improve tion. every road the court ordered im proved Feb. 28th before the vote All But the Roads. Tbe way Whitt has been sell was had ou the bonds, and which ing automobiles lately it seems order specifically called for such that all that can be lacking for a improvement during 191G. Then continuation of this business is why delay? Mr. Court, it is up nothing but the roads to run to you to explain. A word in them over during the winter these columns' will be appreci months. So now if Henry Ford ated. Let us hear from you. and the gasoline makers would Why We are Late. get busy and Help the home folk's The reason' why we are late build some roads, there would this week is the senior editor has soon be something doing in old been forced away from the office Powell in the way of travel. every day pn, a,cconn,t of other Eaton Mahone. business, and the junior editor Wm. Eaton, our town marshal, has. also been kept away, part of and Miss Sallie Mahone, of Rich the time, and portion of the mond, were married at the Olay other part time has had to be enOity Hotel, this city, Wednesday gaged by him, as all other young afternoon, by the Rev. M. S Democratic bloods, by Wilson Wilson, pastor of the Methodist shouts and hurrahs. Our old church. The bride is a daughter standby, Mr. J. W. F. Williams, of Wm. Mahone, who lived in will be with ua after this week this city several years ago. For when we. hope to be more prompt the past ten years she had been in presenting our editions. a trained nurse. Pony Runs Away. inter-count- STANTON. (By P. O. Derthick.) Mr. A. J. Martin was in Lexing ton a few days ago on business. were here the was here Glen Miller and son, of Furnace, past week on business. J. H. Hardwick, of Winchester, last week mingling among friends. Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Cowgill mo tored homo from Lexington one day last week. Mrs. Mary Faulkner is visiting Mrs. Ann Hall, of Mt. Sterling, for a few days. Mr.Jde Boone was at Argylc last Saturtlayon offical business deliver ing ballot boxes. Robert Ewen and wife were in Mt. Sterling last Thursday and Fri day visiting friends. Mrs. C. J. Little, of Jackson, stopped off to visit her brother, J. C. Patrick, two days last week. Mrs. D. H. Eastin, of High Cliff, Tenn., was here last week visiting at the home of Dr. I. W. Johnson Bob Stone expects to leave this week for Frcnchburg where he will do some work for the new college Terrible Accident. Two men, a team of horses and wagon were blown to atoms at. Irvine last Wednesday as a result of an explosion of 300 quarts of nitroglycerine, which the men were hauling to tho Furnace fields to be U6ed in shooting oil wells. The victims of the sad accident were J. C. Crouch and James Edwards, both of Monticello, Ky. They were employed as expert well shooters. The cause of the explosion will perhaps never be known, but it is supposed that the jolting of the wagon caused the deadly explosive to let go. Parts of tho dead men and horses werefouud at varying distances from the scene of the ac cident. A pocketbook belonging to one of the men was found a quarter of mile away. A large hole was blown in the road as c result of the explosion and wiudow panes were shaken out of the Estill Springs hotel, the Methodist church and numer ous other buildings. The oil men ot Irvine immediately made good all damage done by tho great force of the detonation. Important Change in School. Beginning on Monday the 18th we will npt require.tho pupils of the primary department- to attend' school for the entire day-- . The 2nd. and 3rd. grade' pupils will be expected in the after noon. Parents will please take note of the change. This is not a per - building there. A dry well was drilled on Mrs, Tildie Watkin's place on Morris Creek by Mr. Wells, of Winchester, for Mr. Pierce. - Mr. and Mrs. Lee Wheeler Bean and baby, of Winchester, were here visiting Mrs. Bean's sister, Mrs, Fred Blackburn. , Miss Sylvia Skidmorc, of Mont gomery county, has been visiting friends and relatives here last week and has returned home. manent arrangement, but merely an experiment. Wo will give the plan a few weeks trial and then will ask for an expression of opinion from the patrons. We isk that judgment be withheld until tho plan is tested. Patrons and friends of the school aro invited to visit the school and talk with the teachers relative to the work. Signed Neal A. Hanson, will.. Thanksgiving Turkey. The indications nre that the Thanksgiving turkey will be very high this year. Buyers have not yet shown up in Powell, but we at Farmers Busy. this have heard it rumored-thchoice bird will go to 20 cents per pound on foot wheu the mar. ket opens at the proper time. Wo hope- - this is true for we have a far greater interest, In a general way, in the producers of the bird than we have in the consumers floor as well as sides. of the bird. The Kentucky Magazine. The Kentucky Magazine, published at Louisville and Losing-ton- . has made its appearance, and is a publication worthy its name and a generous support from the people of the State, but will The- - Fine Farmers lit this time are very busy gathering their corn. The. continued dry weather enables them,' o crib it a little greener thanVcbmmon. This condition should not be' too strongly relied upon, for scarcely is there a year that there is not more or less corn spoiled in the crib. The cause for this is generally a lack of space. No crib should be more than six feet wide, high from the ground, and well ventilated, the Rain. Hero is hoping that Hughes will bo elected as president of the Unit theygive it? ed States, though wo aro aware Marion Atkinson, who has been this paper is a Democratic paper. JudgoJ. Smith Hays and At The Pleasure Will All be Ours. torney Chas. E. Spencer, of Win- - in a bank at New Washington, But we believe tho country needs a wq, make any mistake in If Some Election Returns. Chester, were in Stanton Monday Ind., is homo for a visit till after change very badly for wo do not stating facts don't fail to cnll The commission form of gov. taking depositions iu an impor election. Ho brought Master Ma sco how ho working man is goingrion our1 'Attention to that mistake. emmeut was voted down Tues- - tant, land suit which will come grand-parent-Atkinson with him to visit his to make both ends meet this winter Mr. and Mrs. J. S. with prices going higher mid higher We can do, that jus$ as, well as dav at Winchester while the wa up at the November term of s, The spleudid rain that is fall ing this afternoon will be of much value. It will be of great benefit to grass and small grain, will also bring corn fodder into case so corn husking will be more agreeable, and last but uot least, it has laid the annoying dust on the roads aud streets. L. F. Martin and family, of Clay City, visited with Mr. and Mrs. Tho young pony of A. M. Bur Ben Willoughby on Hatcher's Creek gher became frightened Saturday over Sunday where Mr. Martin while being allowed tp drink in preached. the river. A piece of drift float Grant Frazier is building him a ed downstream, strikins the now house. He has put a fine conpony which caused it run up the crete cellar and foundation under it hill, overturning the buggy and and it will add very much to the badly damaging it. It was being convenience of it. driven by Shelby Burgher at the Asa Jones, Guy Frazier, Everett time of tho accident, but who es Hall, Os. Johnson and Ben Creed, caped injury. of Hamilton, Ohio arrived home last week to visit and also to take Court Delayed. It should bo remembered by riart in the election. all that Circuit Court will uot John Kinser, of Pilot, was hero convene at its regular term time last Saturday. He says they have this mouth which would be Nov. struck a one hundred and fifty bar20th, but has been deferred to rel well about three hundred yards Nov. 27, on account of the neces from his place on Mr. Ashley'splace. sary absence, of Judge Shackel Mrs. Lucretia Rose, tho mother ford. It must not be taken that of Mrs. Sis Hall, fell last Saturday the change is permanent, for it a week and broke her hip and is applies only to this one term. very low. Her recovery is very doubtful. She is suffering verymuch. Taking Depositions. Superintendent. New Hampshire mve nulies a majority of 70, which may bo changed by the official count. J Lennic Crowe will move his fam ily here as soon as they can find a man to take his place at Winchester. We shall all be glad to see him back again. Wo all liko Lennio and le makes a good agent. Mr. Par sons, who has been acting as agent for several weeks has gone to Nada to relievo Mr. Bailey tho agent there. ' you can tolj i to a few, and the terworks proposition won by an pleasure will all be ours. overwhelming majority. Clark county went for Wilson by a Calls Paster. of 912 votes. J. T. Turpi n was again Elder c Ailed to the pastorate' of Pow. Irvine voted $12,000 street irn- elljjValloy Baptist church Satur-- , provemoutbonde Tuesday, Ondayaiight., Bro, Turpirt is held ly forty-twvoters In the city. by the membership of fhjs.church registered suffrage against this jn tba esteem. indebtedness, court. Ewen. , Wilson's Vote. ma-jori- ty . o very-highe- st Wilson's total vote for Presi dent to date is 8,508,712; tho to- tal Hughes vote is 8,160,401. A majority of 403,812 popular votes for Wilsou who received several hundred' more votes for Presi- dout than nuyoandidato ever be fore-polle- d, : Major Blackburn is very sick at this writing. His son Robert and his daughter Mrs. J. W.Thomas, of Jacksonville, Florida arrived to bo al, his bedside. Mrs. Mollis- - Law, of Lexington also camo and stayed till Monday when she returned ito ler home. Tho Major is eomo bet- tcr.aa this s written. every day. Writo what you pleas Brou Der thick wo take just as much pleas ure in giving the other side as wo do.'our own sid'o. Wo love a Republican as well as. a Democrat. An ' lonest outsopken individual is al ways the kind of our liking. If they say something wo cannot reply-tall right Ed. o Below is tho order of the tfiscal Court that got tho voto for road bonds in Powell county. It calls for tho improvement of six roads daring 1010. If these improvements aro not begun in 1010 ns promised we havo no hope of ever gotting them. "But wo iritend that tho members of this court shall be haunted from time to time with their broken promises staring them in these columns. This order was published both in the papers and in hand bills, and it was said that tho bond iVsue would.lose if this order were not put before tho peoplo,.' ,Frora tho notion of the Court now, may we conclude that this order was made for tho olepurprise of keeping the bonds from losing? LEST WE FORGET r f EAR I0E& COMPANY f ? J X Fall aid Winter Goods. Our Fall and Winter Goods are now. in. Weinvite you to call and see them and get our prices, We handle iip-tdate 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 need of any thing in dry goods, notions, clothing, women's r misses and children's short and long coats, hats, sweaters, and rain coats, women's corduroy skirts, men's and boys' hats, rubber footwear for all, men's and boys' dress, corduroy and cheap work pants, corduroy suits sweaters, raincoats, hunting coats, also tables, chairs, safes beds, springs, mattresses, blankets, comforts, cots, trunks, suit cases, grips, oil carpets, sewing machines, saddles, O' -- READ THIS And Gain an Idea Where the Money for Good Roads in Powell County will First be Spent. The law requires where counties make application for State Aid, these counties must state what roads are to be improved, arid the approximate distance of each. The State will consider no improvement until after the seat roads are first improved: neither can the Fiscal Court make a change in its order after it has been certified to the Road Commission at Frankfort. The resolution order has been certified to as follows at a meeting of the Fiscal Court 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 said roads be improved under State Aid and State supervis inter-county t J T ? ? T t f t t t - ready-to?wea- ion during 1916. "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 the improvement of described roads, and agrees to furnish a like amount. "It is further Ordered, That a copy of these Resolu tions and a copy of this Court Order be certified to the Com missioner of Public Roads for his approval J.' "Those voting in the affirmative: J. A. Sewell, Chas Welch, G. B. Caudell, Chas. A.jVleans and G. S. Spurlock. "Those voting in the negative: None. "No. 1. One road from. Stanton, the county-sea- t, to the Clark county line, via Clay City. No. 2. From Stanton to the Montsomerv countv line. " " . Wolfe " No. 3. ' " " No. 4. .Menefee " No. 5. Estill " " No. 6. .Lee . t t T T T T harness, hardware, queensware, groceries, Bain waonsj Studebaker wagons. . . - We handle Queen Quality shoes for ''women, . d Walk-Ove- r t ? t t t T T T ? f t shoes for men. Stetson and,A$tor brand hatsJHart, Schaff- ner-anMarx and Matchless brand clothing. Arrow brand shirts and collars. goods and learning, If you believe ' n buying Us", get the mosf fpr your money;-trwhere you-caup-to-date n -y . Hardwick STANTON. Co 7 "The mileage on these lines No. 1. Ten miles. No. 2. Four and lf miles. No. 3. Eighteen miles. No. 4. Four miles. one-ha, follows-- : 'v r . Eight miles. cutertainment next 4$h of July? "It is further Ordered by this Court, That under .any Seleoted. and all conditions, improvement of the roads Changing Seasons Bring Colds. lf "Stuffed-um.thc county shall be made east of Stanton and head." clocged-liwest of Stanton." noed, tight chest, sore throat are sure signs of cold, and Dr. King's s; ISigned A. T. KNOX. 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When your catalogue comeB from the mail order house, wait until you get home before removing the wrapping, then wait until after supper, when the choree are done, draw an easy chair to the table where tho light will ehine full on the pageB, put on your glasses, that no bargains may escape your eye, rtnd settle down for art. hour of quiet enjqy-tnout, says the 4,l,rico0rent.,, What a wonderful book it is to 1)0 euro wonderfql for what jt does uot contain, ae we)l ns for what it does, We mia aomo' things .we would'. be'dad tdeeo, Where isJtfeeir offer ?o pay ah or exchange goods for your easier and realize your cold b wheat, oaR, corn, sheep and hogs broken un. Treat a cold persiat- measures Jeavo a ently; half-wa'free on board?" cough. Take Pr. King's How much tax will they pay innerinc for improving roads uud bridges, New Discovery until your cold is for tho support of the poor, tho gone. For 47 years' the favorite expenses of the town, county and remedy. for youne and old. At Auv. state? On what page is their of- y our DruggiBt, 50j. fer to contribute money or servIt costs thausaiids of , dollars to ices in the establishment and traneoort voters to their leuul maintenance of a church or Sunvotiag each year.7 And day school for tho moral tone of place of man comes after a your community? What line, of credit will they miles from the west to vote the extend to you wheu your crops Democratic ticket and leaving are poor, your money gone, wheu the booth, in walks one of a, difthrough illness or tuisfortuue you ferent party and votef the other are ndt able to send cash orders,: wav. Tuesday was a dv ef vote- for your groceries, clothing, farm WHere is.'. making and tools ana crocneryj y vote-killin- CARDUI The Woman's Toiilc says; "I think Cardui is the greatest medicine on earth, for women. Before I began to take Cardui, VJ was so weak and nervous, and had such awful dizzy spells and a poor appetite. Now I feel as vyell and as strong as. .1 ever did. add can eat mo6t anything." Begin taking cardui touay. bold by an dealers. Miss Amelia Wilson, R. F. JD. No. 4, Alma, Ark., GKJLJLJLXXX mmmm Has Helped Thousands. if Lawrence Sylvester, tho little eon of Mr. and Ohio, to vote WITH Patrick fell into a pan of hot Water Sunday and was Mrs.. EvaHrJeWnre, of Vaughn's badly scalded about one side, Mill, visited Mrs Robt. Mclu-tos- shoulder and the neck.. At first Nervous indigestion Alarmingly last week. it wns thought the child's Injury Dr. Martin Is now makinghis was slight, but it grew worso on Prevalent Everywhere. calls in this section, in his Hand- Tuesday when Dr. Martin was some new Ford. summoned. HEW ILLS GOME SPOUT. SPRING serve in their now home. 11 months-olMrs. Owen d Grant Barne'tt returned ' from PROSPERITY Middle-town- , 0R GROUP GREAT 19 SERIALS J. w WIN Starlet span Starlet h ui plenty of lltm. Actios, uxt, Aaratsrt, ran, riuoi, UipInUoa. STORIES lOITis This statement by tho Tanlae health expert has created much comment lie continued: "I have never seen a time when there seemed to be so many cases of nervous Indigestion among men and women In all walks of life. Here Are Symptoms. "The symptoms are extremo irritability, nervousness, loss of appetite, sleeplessness, and an almost unconquerable rostlessness. Everything tho victim eats disagrees with him. There the pains in tho abdomen and palpluv tion of the heart. Such cases are usually accompanied by constipation. "I attribute the prevalence of fate trouble' to the fast pace at which both s men and women are forcing to live. Everybody Is engaged in a wild scramble for wealth during this high tide of prosperity. "The will power can drive the human macnlne Just so far, but there is a limit. The health breaks down all at once and the victim is miserable and unhappy Just half sick. Life loses all its zest. How Tanlae Helps. "I have had hundreds of people call on me describing Just such symptoms. They try Tanlae, and in a week or so most of them tell me that it is helping them to 'get on their feet again.' Tan lac was specially designed to relieve conditions resulting from nervous indigestion and kindred complaints. Everywhere It has been introduced It has had wondarful success." " them-eelvp- Tho people of this portion of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Wright spent SUnday with Mr. arid "Mrs'. Estill county gave .$100 on a Powell county bridge in 1007. We Claude Todd nt Clay City. Tanlae Health Expert. Describes Sympwill give just as much on tho EsBayard C. Rogers, of Indiantoms of Rapidly Spreading Malady till county pike promised before and Explains New Treatment Which apolis, Ind., was here Inst week vote on the bonds if they will is Having Wonderful Success visiting the famify of A. J. Bar-ne- the build it. Tho court seems to not Wherever Introduced. t. want this road. They only wantNervous Indigestion, duo to tho mod' J.. T. Wright sold a good cnw ed tho votes and then the money speed of living, had ern break-nec$65 nnd n small to build a few select miles of alarmingly prevalent every Inst week-fowhere. bunch of shotes at 7 cents per rond, it now seems. TO BREAK-NECK DUE LIVING f lit HeYoutlCs 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 every one In the family. TIIE TOUTIl'S COMPANION, St. t, k r Tanlnc, the master medicine and reconstructive tonic, is sold exclusively in CLAY (JITY by Eaton & McGuire, Othor exclusive agents in nearby towns are as follows: Stanton at Hard wick & .Co.; Bovvesr Day and-- King; College .Hill, Gjnter Bros. ; Torrent, J., Taylor Day; Irvine, Irvine Drug Co.; Genet, Genet. Cash Floyd" Halsey, of Montgomery Store; Waltersvillo, Henry county, was here last week and and Beattyville, Thomas bought fifty-sihead of cattle of Pryse. various kinds nnd sizes, by the FRuifl SEA - WATER pound and by the head, basing RADIIU las' prices around 5 cents for heifUniversity of Alabama ers and 6 cents for steers. Professor-o- f Believes RIohes May Be Obtained Mr. and Mrs. Everett Fraley From the Ocean. left Monday of lust week for In Prof. Strwart J. Lloyd of tho Uni- dianapolis to make their future versity of Alabama has recently pubhome. Mr. aud Mrs. Fruley are lished the results of an examination good people whom wo were loathe for radium of a Bample of water to give up, but wish them the the Gulf of Mexico, about success which they so richly detwo hundred miles south of Mobile Wul-dron, etc. All persons are hereby notified liof ..nil no hunting will oe allowed beCluinjr rrrturH. ,, qilil.kLv pe ing to his" own store house across that upon the lands of the undersigned, j Free Illustrated Catalog wUhtm. rubMue unil g(l0ths No Agent. the road where his mill was for John Scott, 'thenorf and uohing joints. For merly located. J E. Burgher. ,.x,,,stw muscles tlmt FVKKY THIKO K. it (I'll UtD, 8()ri. Fair prices were realized for LAWN AXh Additional names added to ubove a(.nt, .,. throb Iroiu overwork, articles sold at W. L. Byrd's sale lor 25 cents each Sloii ' Li'iunent aHonls quick reSaturday. The horse stock adver-tisePrimed cards "POSTED", two lief. Bruises, oprains and other H. F. Hillenmeyer & Sons. was not sold on account of for five cents. minor liijniteH to children are Lexington, Ky. the 16w bidding. ' bed by Sloan's quickly Nurserymen Sine; AWAITING HER ORDER. Prof. H. F. Christopher began at your Get buttle a class in vocal music at Jack Adv. Dr umlr 2fts "Miss Gadders tells me she has THE WINCHESTER BANK, son's Chapel Mowlay niglit. just met a French' count who says ho u ,iiiim1 M.iii past 80 with Prof. West French, of Berea, saw her in Paris and greatly admired of Winchester Kv hm.'- i .'I ti tr ir.v to sell Stock will also teach a class in music her." in Powell Capital Stock !?10'),()00 at Kimbrell school (mtii-e- . "A French count, eh? If ho really (Jo.iiiii'i. Powder S lury $70 per month. County Surplus and Undivided James Harrison has torn away saw her in Paris, I'll bet I know Atldn's.sr9 Industrial Bldg., Profits 1200.000 greater portion of his resi- what he was doing." the polls, Indiana "Well?" dence on the old Jas. P. Wright N. Holly Withcrspuoti. resident "He was probably leaning in an farm' and is rebuilding a substan- elegant attitude over tho back of her CRUISERS OF THE NAVIES W. R. Sphar tial home on the same site. We chair with a pencil poised in one, are glad to note the progress Mr. hand and a writing pad in the other." Not Altogether Easy to Understand VOUR ACCOUNT Sm.ui:HD. Why the Name Should Have Harrison is making. Been Given luii-x. pound. 'Squire Shclton McKinney attended a call meeting of the Fiscal Court at Irvine Wednesday, Nov. 8th. Born, Wednesday, November 8th to Mr. ami jMrs. Hugh Snow-dea daughter, and Grandpa Conner is nil smiles. The interesting; sermon ileliv ered by Eld. W. A. Smethers at the Baptist church Sunday morning was highly appreciated by his hearers. R. S. Christopher has moved his store from the Masonic buildn, Pii St, BOSTON. MASS. System flust Be Cleared, You wili find Dr. King's New Life Pills a gentle yet effective laxative for removing impurities from tho system. Accumulated waste poisons the. blood; dizziness, biliousness and pimply, muddy complexion are the distressing effects. A dose of Dr. King's New Life will assure you a Pillls free, full bowel movement in the morning. At your Druggist,25c.adv A Clogged to-nig- ht and send it (or tho name of this paper) with $2.00 for The Companion for 1917, and ,we will send you riVCE. All tho remnlnlnr IDIO. of THE COMPANION for IUE COMPANION HOME CAtr-riVCENUAK for 1017. wwwr imuc at THFN THEPir7-Tw- n COMPANION for 1017. CUT THIS OUT !' SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE Call at The Times Office for Special Combina ioi Gftrr. Notice to Hunters. Rheumatism Follows bxpoure. Ill 'lit I. 111! Iltl ll.lV - Iff ' followed nv painful twiimt-r i rhevi in n 1 1 L.iiimci . Slimi ' in ..r ti. u r;i t will give Mm quick iviiri'Vutit tliH lu'nifC. fro-- i in hiuh?, 1. 1.. i i, . . ..ii.. If-- pennies, i'- tM ,ff ! d Lini-me- to-du- y ii THAT'8 DIFFERENT. Them. x and has given in this connection a by ,otl)Dr investigators in measuring tho radium, content of' sea watpr. The writer explaius that the growing recognition of radium as an important factor- in geological proceeds has led to ' many analyses of rocks, soils, 6pringa and river waters for that element, wljile our greatest reservoir-- of but radium, tho ocean little attention, Joly, wno examined samplps from several oceans and seas, obtained a value or; the radium content so Jn'gh that it cannqt be reconciled with the valuca obtained by live and Satterly for tho North Atlantic, and Lloyd for tho Gulf of - resume,, of tho results, obtained Low Prices and Wehav& a large chandise; shoes, thai bij dealing with- us - is certainly strange that one particular class of ship should have been singled out for the title of "cruisers," more especially as the great majority of them have a much smaller cruising capacity than the Our first maioritv of battleships. NOT TO BE EXPECTED. ships to which the word was applied (the admiralty then spelt it with a "It is useless to apjical to the "z") were the picturesque vessels of women who will wear those high-heel- tho old Amphion class, launched in shoes." 1883, and shortly after a clean sweep "Well, you could hardly expect was made of the term "corvette." In them to come out for tho steam era the word cruiser has become associated more particularly with speed, though there is no apparent connection. Many cruisers now doing' useful work are, too, considerably slower than modern battleQueen Elizships, while tho abeths are. nominally as fast as and probably, in practice, faster than tho battle cruisers of the Invincible battleships" group. These "15-inc- h ought really to bo grouped with tho merstock of battle cruisers, with which they have several points in common. London etc., we know groceries, Globe. "Bibber says he kept his glass upside down most of the time at the banquet last night." 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Of er GM Hfe tratioM. 2799 Pgw Theelyctfsa ary witk tb dMM page a stroke ef ZMUC Ptrtr FifillflM. Writ and FURS CoUMSMLtYc&mrRart), Mjr AppU, WU4 Ginger, tc W v dUUnf muIUkI U IS56 "Ortf UV centaur hi ui eu do Ltttor ( you tku Louuntk or rrmmiwwi iMfthinti. Wcntct, ur Buk U Lmunb. Wm l wotUy lUfful Uf. (oca tut WaBtiy nounced?" and thousanda of others. Mere thm 4M.0M Vocabulary Term. Ft!r.TtKoiriBMW&xl Wel Cliueni, r, r " -- r i .i , for epcrf- - page, aboUi,4 W 'kiw.-rU- fl ' KCf N01d Timw OSU. Pawn for 4KJj3L? Sale Amen- ' H$nrty Waltivon iWALTERSVlLLE, : eto. - - K1NTU, you uubo tklt paper. at The i i 2WE.UtUt8t. LUw.i.LU,k. 1i n MESIM! C9 iwutlaU. Uut. Rev. Cleo Purvis will fill his regular appointment at the ChrisR. E. FoJc and R. P. Rose, of tian church Sunday. Subject for Winchester, were here yester- tho morning: "How God Looks day. at a Church". In the evening, Q. Hack worth is quite ill and 'JSaaman, the Leper, Cleansed." has been confined to his homo A cordial Invitation extended to all. several days this week., Local Brevities . Powell Circuit Court. George Forkncr, Guardian, Plaintiff, vs. Earnest Forknor and Aus' Defendants. tin Forkncr, , The Gunrdian, George Forkncr, will on tho 30th day of November, .that being the third day of the November term of the Powell Circuit Court, at Stanton, Powell County, at the Courthouse, offer to leaso to the highest and best bidder for tho purposes set out in tho judgment and at such terms as may bo directed by tho Court for the development of oil and gas and such privileges attendant thereto, a certain tract or parcel of land situated in Powell County, Kentucky, and on tho waters of the middle fork of Red River, and bounded as follows, Bounded on the north by Ky. Union Land Co. ; on the east by the land of Aeio Bowen : on the south by George Forkner and II S. McKnabb ; on the west by the lands of Ohas. Pasley and Steve Brewer; containing 842. acres more or less. The abovo lease will be executed subject to the approval of tho court. This tho 8th day of Nov. 1010. GEO, FORKNER, Guardian. to-w- it: STANTON COLLEGE, KY. STANTON, Students Admitted at Any Time John 0. Vorderbrueggen left Tuesday for a two weeks visit to Road Improvement Bonds. Bids will be received by the Fiscal Court of Powell County, Ky., until noon, November 22nd, 191G, for$40,000road improvement bondB. These bonds are to bear 5 interAdest, payable I. S. BOONE, dress County Clerk, Stanton, Ky. semi-annually. relatives at Proctor, VV. "Va. One of the Best Schools in Kentucky. Courses in Agriculture and Domestic Science. Review Classes in the Common Branches will be Conducted throughout the Tem. Miss Purvis, of Salvisa, Mercer county, visited her brother, the ller. Cleo Purvis, last week. Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Easter, of Ravenna, speut a few days with Mr. Easter's father this week. A. M. Burgher, who lias been employed at Dayton, O., for the past several weeks, returned home Saturday. By paying part of their Expenses in Work, Students nfay get Rates at the Dormitory as low as $.5o per Week. For Information Write to Notice to Bond Buyers. The undesigned hereby serves notico to bond buyers that I believe the requirements of the law have not been complied with in regard to the voting, tho issuing, the selling 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 numberof other taxpayers, I hereby serve notice and warning that the collection of tax to provide a sinking fund and to pay the interest on these bonds, will be resisted through the courts. J. E. BURGHER, Citizen and taxpayer, art! acting for other taxpayers of said coun- ty. Pine-Tar Rev. J. C. Hanley, President, Stanton, Ky. J. D. Williams, a former citizen and business man of Olay City, was stricken with paralysis in Winchester last-Frida- Eld. A. Easter was called to Pord last week on account of the serious condition of a grandchild, little son of Mr. Fred Tipton. Dr. Albert Easter was in n Booneville last week aud in this week rendering his expert services in the veterinary line. Judge T. J. Fletcher, of Miami Texas, who was very sick for a few weeks the past summer, is Lex-iogto- EELIQIOUS. DANIEL BOONE AXLE GREASE very much improved, according to report from Miami. Mrs. A. Ware, of, Marshfield, Ind., have returned to their home after several day6 visit to a brother, T. B, Ware, Mr. and The revival meeting which has been in progress at the Methodist church for the past 17 days closed Sunday night with a number of conversions and. tho church strengthened as never before. Words canuot begin to tell the good effect the grand sermous Bro. Spell preached had on all those who heard him. He labored so earnestly day after day and night after night .fo USE' And don't have to grease but once a week. L'cde Li Kentucky by CHAS. C. STOLL OIL CO. Lexington, Ky. Relieves Far-Hon- A Cold. got allj)reju conDr. Bell's Pine. tains all the soothing elements of the forest. It heals the irritated RICHMOND, KY. membrane, and by its antiseptic TRAENJNu SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS A properties loosens the phlegm, you Courses lending to Elementary, Intermediate and Life and other relatives at Virden. breathe easier, and what promised Stuto CcrtlUculcs. Valid In all Public Schools of Kentucky. Kpociul Courses and Hcvtew Courses. Tuition Dr. Martin and daughter, Miss to be a severe cold has been broken l'rce to Appointees. Two splendid dormitories, new niouI school, new manual training building, practice feeling, .(irace, Miss Ruth Elton, John 0. up. For that stulfed-u- p tchuol, department of agriculture, a well equipped tight chest or sore throat take a pymuupium. Domestic Science. First Term begins Vorderbrueggen, and Mr. aud September 7. Becond Term November 10, Third Term January 23, FmirlhTorm April 6, Summer School opens Mrs. A. T. Whitt composed an dose of Dr. Bell's , June U, Catalogue Free. j. u. CltAUDB, I'reiiJent. enjoyable motor party to Cincin- and prevent a wearing, hacking cough dragging through the win nati the last of the week. ter. At your Drggist, 25o. adv. COW CREEK,. Notice to Road Contactors. Jas. G.'Easter, of Fleming, was one of the eager Democrats to t Foley & Co., .Chicago, 111., Clayton Hall made a flying trip Sealed propoeala for tho improveget home to stamp under the writing your name and address to Old Patsey, Ky , Sunday last. ment of part of Stato Aid road No. rooster. Mrs. Easter, who ha3 clearly. You will receive in re been visiting relatives here for turn a trial package containing Fire in the woods is doing cou Beginning at the city limits of Clay some time, returned with him. siderable damage iu this section City and ending at tho Clark county Foley's Honey and Tar Com line, Powell pound, for bronchial coughs, James Allen will move from N. ceived by tho county, Ky., will bo reJudge L. F. Mann, of Fiscal Court in the councolds and croup; Foley Kidney S. McDonald's to Mrs. Priscilla ty Court House, who suffered such a severe Stanton, Ky., until 12 Pills, for lame back, weak kid Bowen'9 place. o'clock, noon, Nov, 27th, 1010, approxnttack of illness last week has neys, rheumatism, bladder trou length.of about recovered and was able to N. S. McDonald was up to the imatecertified road, five miles. A aud Foley Cathartic Tab cheek for $250.00 pass through Olay City Tuesday bles, John Ashley oil well. He reports accompany .each bid submitted, must right lets, a wholesome and thoroughon the train. He still looks ly cleansing cathartic for consti fine prospects for oil in that sec- to reject any and all bids reserved.-Planweak from his illness. tion." and specifications may bo seen pation, biliousness, headache and and forms of proposals obtained at the Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Orabtree office of I. S. Boone, County Clerk, sluggish bowels. Sold every Cut this Out--Is Worth Money. community. are visiting relatives in Mont Stinton, Ky., also at tho Department Don't miss this. Cut out this where. A Member of the M. E. Church. gomery couuty for the past sev of Public Roads, Frankfort, Ky. slip, enclose with Gc and mail it Advertise In The Times. A. T. KNOX, Judge. eral days. No More Backache for Her. Attest: I. S. BOONE, Clerk. The oil machine that has been Mrs. J. M. Gagkill, Etna Green Nqtice to Road Contractors. Ind., writes: "I suffered from drilling on Randall Hanks' place severe backache, and sharp pains has been moved to Mrs. Rebecca shooting through my back until Palmer's place, on North Fork of Sealed proposals fpr tho improve--- 11 ment of tho State Aid road No. fffl.B-- l. I could not stoop over and get up Red River. Beginning at a point near J. without aid. Urinary trouble Mr. and" Mrs. Weed Adams Welclila to tho forks of tho road M. at seemed to be the causa of it all have returned home from Mid Middle Fork and South Fork, Powell A single box of Foley Kiduey dletowri where 'they have' beep County, Ky,, will bo received by Court in tho county Court IIouso Pills gave me such relief that I working for sonio time. Mr. cannot praise them too highly." Adums reports good times aud Stanton, Ky,. until 12 o'clock, noon, November 27th, 1016, approximate This standard remedy for kidney plenty of work there. length of road, six miles. and bladder ailments can be tak A certified check for $260,00 must acen with safety for backache, company each bid submitted, right to Creditors' Notice. reject any and all bids reserved. Plans swollen ankles, aud rheumatic A 11 creditors of the estate of Thos. and specifications may bo seen and pains. Sold everywhere. Welch will file their claims prop' forms of proposals obtained at the ofBig reduction sale of all Children's Hats, erly jnoven before the admlnistru. fice of I. 8. Boono, County Olerk, also FOR SALE. at the Department of Public Roads, composed of Velvet Hats, Plush Corduroy Two Shetland pouies, gentle to tor on or bofore let of Jan., 1917. Frankfort, Ky. P. Adnir., A. T. KNOX, Judge. ride aud drive. Will sell reason and Children's Caps. These prices good Stanton, Ky. Attest; I. S, BOON 10, Olerk. M. able. Apply to or writo A. Burgher, Qlay OityKy, for We'are well pleased with tho Creditors' Notice. election. How about you? All persona holding claims For Good Bartering Try FRIDAY, SATURDAY and MONDAY ONLY, against the estate of J. F. Martin BOOKKEEPING ButiBeM.PlKMflri.ptiy A. P. Johnson Sr., will file the same properly TYPEWRITING aad TELEGRAPHY ln the old stand, next to the Red proven with the administrator ou or before the 1st day of Jan,, 1017. I), W. Martin, Admr., liM V rat4nt huTMnofHMrlMH In mMCl&til now. Shampooing and Scalp Treatment , Rotwlyn, Ky. , Pine-Tar-Hon- Elka-taw- a, lt dice out of the hearts and minds of the people and to get them to see the value and the importance of full salvation. Bro. Spell was not alone in hi? great work but had for his helpers Bro. Wilson, the pastor of the church, Mother Burke, Bro. and Sister Guinn, who helped in many ways, and in the last nights was also assisted by Bro. Brandenburg who is always a welcome visitor in our town, and to know him is to love him. We trust, and do sincerely believe the whole town is made better by such Gospel truths which were so clearly presented to us each time, as only such as are filled with God?s ovo can pre sent to their congregation. We will also add that our prayer is that our town will be blessed over and over and over and over again bv such emineut people, and pee pie that are so full of the Holy Spirit as are the above named, which wo know will always prove to be a blessing to any town or y 09-A- -l. s NOV. 10 Sale, Sale. - 12 Sale. .the"-Fisca- l Children's Hats. W.-Welc- h, riRs. w. j. nouNTZ River-Hot- el.