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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): November 23, 1916 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1916 cla1916112301_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 23, 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 1 r , L,J. VVc -- ,J.,E, BujghwftPj are felff Herti- TIMES PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. 23.-J9- toweliiCjay Cltye (jfroundlng Country and Ourselves. Vol. xxiP 0hA3 OITY,h:v TJStmSDAY, NOVEMBER 6. NO. 47 The Difference in Cost. We sec in an exchange from Pulaski county, where a foreign corporation has been awarded tho contract to construct GO miles of turnpike for 1210,000, which amount represents an entiro bond issue. This is a Hat rate per mile. of The report of W. F. Horton, County Road Engineer of Montgomery county shows that three and miles of water bound mcadam on Cmargo pike, ui.r!- -r supervision, for 80,89:3.58, or $2,209.48 per mile The same road at a saving of $1,790.52 by force account under State supervision. We are informed that this Caninrgo road was supplied with stone from Olive Hill, where the best quality was obtained. This road is one that has been reported in this county to be costing $1,000 per mile. But it must be conceded that this road has been builr for a most reasonable one-eighth S'-it- , - Mr. N. B. Curtis, a former Trenton Perry wag nrresteu Monday nftfirnoorr "vA.;aVVhlt.t;arid others motor- - Keutnckian, now a resident of near Argylo euio;;i3BKi ngton Monday. Two Biutes, Colo., writes Tho Definitely Agreed upqn a warrant 8wor.il oKt In Dut Sale Was Not county, charging him with t i...G. ,JBogeiour genial up Times man concerning the oil into By .Bond Company. J flourishing n gun in (he home of fDjyijf&'eighbVi has gone to Day-to- terests about Clay City, and other matters. As other foreign one 01 rue gooa iumines ai union bhio. "V Tflie Powell Fiscul Court riiet at fa subscribers are probably of the Hall, He was taken. tJLjMt& The usiinlumber of Powell Stanton Wednesday to receive same inquisUory mind, we will nlL'lit and lodged HUSO? bids on the issue of $40,000 road Mondnv county traderj attended court at state that nothing is doing in the The cause for trouble seeni&to Mtv Sterling'Monday. - bonds. Three buyers had repreoil field about Clay City. It is sentatives present; and a number have developed wnen rerry EJmjry SIe,rrip and Louise Fork-ner- j d6ad after a pretty thorough test persisting for the consent of a of bids were previously received ot thiX'.ounty, have each to a depth of about GOO feet. by mail. Bids were not opened fair young lady to finally become been granted'pon'ions. There may be oil lowor down. The until one o'clock. None of the his wifo, J.vas rejected. There has never been any of the l)r. Iryin reports the birth of a bids were accepted. The highest shock was too great for him, Richards & whereupon, it is alleged, he drew fine g'irj to Mx-- . and Mrs. Asbury wells drilled hereabouts, pump bid was that of Field ed, but it is conceded that their Company, of Cincinnati, who bid a revolver to help himself per Patton Tuesday, morning. flow is light and not enough to girl it was. best, for her a premium of Sl,200on the whole suade the Frttnk, Kfn'cid is nor living pump so far away from a pipe to say yes. At this' juncture, the This company issue of in the residence occupied by the line. In the eastern portion of of the daughter in queswas represented by E. II. Fuller. mother late Win. Eaton until his death. the county two good wells have The Court went on record as fav- tion appeared on the scene and Che tt've'rajge' price per dozen been drilled in and that field may oring acceptance of Mr. Fuller's succeeded in disarming tbeyrtung for egg8.No;ist, last year, was prove vpry rich. rebid, which was the best bid, if than, who fled, but 'started to 28 centSjj at sa.rne date this year, Mr. Curtis writes that 1010 has his , company would print the turn with a shotgun; however he been the driest season for ten was intercepted by persons who 28 cents. bonds at'theirown expense. The Jas Bowlep. of Dayton, Ohio, past years, and said Nov. 12Ui it takdn up with frightened him away. matter He made his escape to this city has been en'jji'iog a short visit was then snowing t lie. first snow his company by Mr. Fuller, but up to this time we have not and then to Argyle before officers airiong friends' and relatives here of the season. the p'a'Bt week; learned what action the com- caught him. At Mt. Sterling. on the court's pany has taken G( M; Coufee, of Mt. Sterling, There were in the pens at Mt. ett. proffer. towas here Monday after-somSterling Monday a good run of Mr. Sain Mize and. Miss Den a bacco The Fiscal Oorirt vwllj nic(?t recelitly purchesed from" cm lie, some 5,000 head, and the " again Monday td recejve bids on Burnett ere married Wednesday fiiotoUrsfttrmers. quality was fair. The demand construction; vork- as advertised Nov 22ndat tjie home of A. Jo(t)itiacker has moved was strong and scnles were kepi JJarnett, qear Spout Spring. The "Mra in all the day. Heifers were groonijSjg son of John W. Mize, tawjMra'lziB liose 'property busy lately occu- - up a dollar and steers at least of .rWughn's.Mill, ind holds "a inechiu'ufs?iile, Clark's Leading School. fifty cents better than last month. Htiyiltg position" with Hie Akron pftd by ' FStft Kincaid. school Is perhaps V-Thousand-pounsteers, sold at iViiv Imnnrir nelirWll of the Statq in uio "(Qi), Tire rind" Itubber Copipany. nuenaance, miutov oi:.. .,p i i.to 7 cents: yearlings at. ft to . drtughlBf.of.ArJ? ((...jriia. '.Jij i ne. brrdg-isj.u... ijiBi raMfes vssi j a rs rvminiy G csii ts buHs -- a th ciiuaren .oi scnooi iiiirnit nun is popular, wirn 'ine Intterflftiiijl ay'jn(I ,nfte,ndau a meeling1 nge, while" 60 are enrolled. Of the en- young people of her community. There to 5 cents. of The Pearsite creditors Mon- rows at nverage of about rolled pupils it has an were mam buyers on the market is another such P5 pur c&it, Tlie happy young couple leave day. school in this sction wo would love to and the cattle industry showed hear faom it. Were all our schools to immediately for the groom's of Levee much activity the entire day. Mrs. Charlfy-Dougl'- is do as wellf Chirk would be the banner home in Akron. visited her sister, Mrs. Bun PhilIf ono county in tho United States. Why not be , cj(n do' this, why. not nil? lips, and other relatives and Tribute to J. D. Williams. Hog Cholera. thtt first eoliuty in the nation? Clark friends the pastj.week, returning County Republican. J. D. Williams, erstwhile citi- A numberof hogs; have died it) The selninl at Becknerv'ille, the tlie.' past few weeks in .Estill home Saturdav.V j zpii and business man of this city Win. Mountz'r Jr., leaves to- lied in Winchester last week from nnze school mentioned abnve, CouAty about Kimbrell und . is. being taught by Mrs. W. 0. Several fanners luve lost morrow" for Lairiar, Morgan coun paralysis, aged 70 years. The Seale, tho Superintendent of the their meat hogs, and there are ty, where he will have charge as Lexington Herald Sunday had a guager at Clay City schools last yoar. tribute to his mem uouo to buy to replace them in ato,rekeeper "and Vance Bros, distillery. ory which is very interesting these communities. The loss is ORPHANS' HOME ITEMS. TIip fine weather wev'o been reading. falling heavily mi mauy poor Mr. Williams is survived by farmers who have provided their having has been used by our A Thanksgiving Day Service yearly meat, supply, and after people in getting Cecil J. Williams, of Oklahoma; in their corn will be held at the school-houslosing it hrfve not the money to and fodder, uud,- - there has been E. A. Williams, Domino, liy. ; of thq Home on Thanksgiving replace it. Groyer Cleveland Williums, Irlots of biith stored .away. Day, at 10 a m. Will be glad to vine; MesdamesT. W. Rash and I. G Jacks5n"v(o tlio D.uiville W. L. Carter, Winchester; and Large Cattle Dealer Here. have you worship with us and Messenger, cjimo 'in Monday to render thanks fur the bouuties Mrs. Geo. Grillith, Covington. G W. Ilalsey, presideut of the enjoy the spnrtirjg season. Mr. of the past year. Oampton Bank, and one of Hie Jackson is always a welcome visThanksgiving. Tho children .enjoyed thoir largest live 6tock buyers in East- itor to his frie'rlds in old Powell. Next Thursday is tho day set Halloween social, and now they ern Kentucky, was in tho city SVwIng Machine Hatton, from ,ipart for all people to render Mr. Halsoy re- aro looking foward to Christmas Tuesday night. bought, a large number of the Bowen and Genet couutry, thanks for tho muuifold blessThe cirla enjoyed a ride j0rcently' cattle in this county, una sold was so busy while liere the other ings thoy have received during Stanton through the kindness of these, and euough more, on the day that he did not have time the year. Most people, wo preMr. and Mrs. Whitt and Mr. and Mt. Sterling market Monday, to to drop in for the usual pleasant sume, will spend tho day in the Mrs. White. bring him over $18,000. chat. usual way, in hunting and feast-inDuring the past mouth several on turkey and other goodies family, who Oscar Mackey-atiA Favorite at Jackson. children, who were hero tempoto eat. This method of spending have long been residents rarily, were transferred to tho Mrs. Kate S. Bohaunan,' the City, have moved out to Furnace the day is prevalent, but should State Home at Louisvillo. very capable Superinteuont of where thoy will run a boarding it'bo? ' hospital at School? of Powell county, was house, an institution Tmdly needAfter being in the Bank Report. Guerrant, Ky. for two mouths, hero last Friday to meet some ed in that stiriug section and The Powell County Deposit Mary Bryant passed away qn friends and to visit her aunt, one which Mr$. Mackey is wnll 'Miss Kate," qualified to conduct, to tho satis- Bank, at Stanton, has a splendid Friday. Nov. 17th, nt the tender Mrs. O. J. Little, This batik report in this issue. age of 14 years, 1 month ami as .she is familiarly called, is a faction of her quests. is u most thriving institution, Tho body was brought great favorite in Jackson. Jack-so- u 2 days. A little son of Tildon Tracy and is one that adds much to tho Times. to tho Homo Saturday morning and tho body commercial world about Stuuton. died at Dayton,-'y- , und was buried in tho lot reservbrought bupk:',by its parents To Test Bonds. wob ed for the Homo inthqUlay City No Papers at Virden. Ilealiziug that no bonds brlug to a homo land resting place; the Cemetery. Dr, Peuuell and her' burial buiiig at Powell's Valley, Virdon complain nurse accompanied" tho body to their full value uutll passed up- cemetery Tuesday morning. The Subscribers at receiving any papers to us of not Wa wish to thank on by the courts, Winchester OIy 0Hy people who voted $180,000 water1, child was six mpu'tl)8oild and its there for the past two weeks. those who rendered thoir services The namo wasr Traette This, is uo mistake of ours, as wo without chargo; uaniqly, Mr. Ea- - works bonds will tes,t them out relatives anill'friends of tho mailed tho papers to tins otlico bofo.ro offering themior family, have tuBiupathy of our ", t"o'n;IingaiVuAHrodhead.,1co Ee-till Spirited Bidding on Powell Bonds Desperate Means to Get Wife Spif; Upcal.Brevities - Letter From Colorado. uf . . wns-atfouc- e amount. Estill Raising Money for Roads. Acting upon an order of the Fiscal Court, which obligates to put up 25 per cent, as much as the people raise by subscription, Estill county citizens aro falling over themselves to a road fund to save State 'Aid for the county this year'. This is one elFective lf sub-scribi- -- Mize-Barn- e - The-Times- . " . d ij wITy'frr'rnise audsrr build--' rblfds" in poor counties like Estill and Powell. Tlni is the wav pikes t Har-gett- were gotten in Clark and Montgomery counties, and it is tho safe way to get them every where. In this way the county's money will go four times as tar as where it shoulders the whole load. Menefee At Ii. The report conies from Menefee that that county is making rapid strides in mad building. The road is now completed from the Montgomery lino to French-burA good under State aid. portion of this road was built last year and is being finished this year. We are glad to see adjoining counties coming ifo tho front but we would rather 6ee Powell in the load of what they are doing. Winter is upon us and soon we'll be in the mud when we travel over our rouds, hut better times are coining when we will have good roads too. g two-colum- n e g Keep Out of the Rut. y par-eut- s. the Traveling Public: You are urgently requested to use the entire road und not drive in the same track all the time as such a procedure will cause tho road to rut and, even though it might lo onlyr a small depth, water will run down in the ruts and causo tho road to deteriorate. A rut is very hard to repair es pecially until it gets to bo threo or four inches deep. The people should realize tho fact that they are paying for tho road themselves and should try to preserve it because it is their own property, To " K. Wiley, Oom'r Publfo Roads. . -- "'GrrettmpttuyVv. . botj weeks. . ' - -7 the...: IIMES 1 WOOTH?OW WILSON (By B.F.KIncald.) Wobdrowi Wilson is wo J. E. BiKgbw, kli EtHercdUta i a : Edt It's really no more than : "Publisher. pectcd ut mail mat ex oocood-clas- s I tfuess tho count is now comnleto ' Arid tWo peipplo wanted peace Instead . ter (it tho Poet ivy., under tho March 3, 1870. Office at Clay City, ;o A Act of Congress PAPER. w wan sircet. While in Olav CUv on eloction dav There wore several people that. I hoard A HOME-MAD- E THURSDAY NOV. 23, 1916. The Courier-Journ- al Louisville Times, State-wid- e and the opponents of prohibition, have come out for a submission of this question and woman suf frage, too, to the voters for their consideration. They also favor action at a special session of the Legislature in January, 1917, This would be illegal, as the Constitution provides that all amendments proposed must come up at regular sessions of the LegAction at special sessions would only mean the matter would be illegal. This may be the idea these papers have, but. we hardly think so. On the other hand, it is very democratic when one is so broad minded as to advocate a propo sitinn apainst bis personal feel ings that other mortals may have an equal say. The sooner all liquor people come to this sense of fairness the better oil they islature. uie news, And see if the next President Isn't Unas. is. Hughes. But early the next morning whon tho train gos in, iCWnglng tue news to Hughes' men. Aju to their surprise the paper relates That tue election is doubtful in six States. The election went on as quiet as a mouse With the ropo from the mill to the Ut ile rea nouse. And most everybody could tell who was oeatin', For the Judge of the election was nam ed "Smokey" Eaton. ay, Just wait until morning when you set hardwire: & ooiPAiy I I Fall Our Fb.U and. Winter Goods. I -up-to-date, t f J Y T T T T The Olay Oity precinct' had no fear, For it was backed by a man they call J. H. O'ltear. And old man "Shinney" to help do the lussmg,. And the balIot3 signed, up by Judge There Is sure something wrong with tuo "granu oiu party", To lose Ohio by such majority. But tho greatest times ever had in his tory, Were the parades that been over "Wit son's victory. California gave Wilson the vote of 13, And they wern't counted with a count ing aiacliiiie, So Hushes can count and count ag'in, And take what's left and still ho can't win. ' will be. Well there Is one thing sure, both rid- ets can't win, Rumor has it that J Campbell But I ap proud we've got Wilson ag'in Cantrill will be the next. Demo And1.when you hear from New Mexico, Deileve He will carry it, oratic nominee for Governor of And 1 am already sure that Ppmerene t t T t t t f t T t tT t T f , . - and. Winter Goods are now in. W.e invite you to call and see thernnd get our prices. We handle and gpod Merchandise, and at prices that will save you money. It is our aim to carry as near as possible y tiling 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 bpys' 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, hardware, queensware, groceries, Bain wagons, . harness, ev-erready-to-wea. Studebaker wagons. - Kentucky and Pres Kimball, of Lexington, will take Campbell's place for Congress. The voters will first have to be consulted, and we believe "they are getting their, eyes from under a glimmer. It seems that we have heard of some of OantrilHs capers at Frankfort before, and we believe he will be a safe man to keep -away fcom there. -- Deac Coodby Mr. Hughes with the G. O.P., For you to be President was never to be. So run right' along and be a sport; You had better stayed Judge of the' TJ, o. supreme uourt. Now wo must sill be friends and ' have ' no fears, ' uerncic. , .plenty,. , t (, And N arahaljr ag'in Teddy in ,1820. Farewell Teddy, I guess I will go ; Without "reducing the wages As Secretary, of War you have no show, of its employees, the Standard Vou may be a crackshot, but this time you ni'seu, Oil Compauy of California has i'joq want to be in war why don't you enustr begun work on an eight-hou- r , And'thInk''of the good tlmesfor" next four years, And- talk about money, there'll 'be - jyPIP.m .i . We handle Queen Quality "shoes for women, Walk-Ove- r shoes, for mentetson and Astor. brand hats. Hart, Matchless'.brand clothing, Arrow brand " . . shifts' and c6HajiS. If jyou believe'in buying goods and leafhijig " iV&m mpneyktry ,us. Schaff-neJanMarjprid . up-to-da- te ''' 1 n - rt . ' . v CI r. Hardwick & Co STANTON Afc. Afc. T ... j day for its laborers. Iu a few years, .it looks like, eight hours Report of the Condition of The will be the established length of working days in public works of Powell County Deposit all kinds, and on tho farm as well. We seriously doubt the Bank, advisability of such a law, if doing business at the town of Stanton, President Wilson did foster it. County of Powell, State of Kentucky. at the .close of business on Oth day of Some local Republicans are in- November, 1016. clined to argue the advantages of the electnrial college to Wil-6oRESQUROES. when their minds are dwellLoans and Discounts . . $ &1 ,875.42 ing on the small popular votes of Overdrafts, secured and . . . Idaho and Nevada. it427.l4 When they iiiHccurea do this, their thoughts are nec- Stocks, Bonds and other Se . . . 3,6tH,07 essarily far from Wilsou!s pop- Due curities, . . 11,654.57 from Banks, ular plurality of more than 400,-00- 0 Cash on hand, . . . 8,809.26 o, Y Z f t T T T AV AA. aA AA. AA. J. fc Afc. tA. AA. AA. JtM. fcA. A. AA. A. k. y Piae-T- ar Relieves A Cold. votes over Hughes. Banking House, Furniture . . and Fixtures Total 4,500.00 . $S9,85186 The only regretable thing about the new Oongresswoman from Montana is that she won her race by defeating an editor for the offlc'o. 'As-u-ll editors, or most all of "them at,least, , are for. worn an suffrage, wb don't see how one of thorn could have tho;te-meritto break into Congress by defeating onoftof their loyal friends. y UABlLiriES Capital Stockpaid in, (n cash.!, 15,000.00 , . Surplus Fund 8,000.00 Undivided Troflts, less expen- 1170.48 . ses and taxes paidt. Deposits subject to check, , 70,280.08 Total State of Kentucky County of Powell . Dr. Bell's Pine- - I'ar. Honey con tains all the 6oothing elements of the forest. It heals the irritated membrane, and by its antiseptic properties loosens tho phlogm, you breathe easier, and what promised to be a severe cold has been broken feeling, up. For (hat stuffed-u- p tight ohest or sore threat take a dose of Dr. Bell's and prevent a wearing, hacking cough fragging through "the'wn. tei At your DrngBt 25o..' adv. Fine-Tar-Hon- ey Saved Girl's Life "I want to tell you what wonderful benefit I have rewrites ceived from the use of Thedford's Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky, "It certainfy has no equal for la grippe, bad colds, Black-Draugh- t," liver and stomach troubles. I firmly believe. saved my little girl's life. When she had the measles, they went in on her, but one good dose of Thedford's ht made, them break out, and she has had no v more trouble. I shall never be without Black-Draught Black-Draug- , 8931.88 gChe WANTED! THEDFORD'S Hughes has telegraphed Wilson We, John W, AVilllams and E, IL his congratulations and Republi- Fuller, President and Cashier of the named Bank, do solemnly swear cans bettors are paying off wagers, the aboyo statement i true to the' we have the lint Republican that But best of our knowledge and belief. paper to see conceding the PresiJohn W. Williams, President dent' $till The Times K, U. Fuller, Cashier. believes ho has wop. Spbscribed and sworn to before ma The full. diauer pail .of 1008 )s still an attraqtiefatHrevjHliis govermentf it seems 't $i - this 20th 'day of November, 1016. 0 N. Orowe, VlbiH roweu utrcuit uourt, By M, . - Lylo, D. 0 Write for our descriptive lit orature, The Kentucky 8tate Distributing Go., Incorporated, Sole jMstributora fo'r'tke Stuta. of Kentucky. 0paTylr Bldg.f r LojeyiJIe, Ky. Carola Cabinet. Phono-grag- li ,is' now 'r.eally, for the dealers-pJli- Q only ca.bjriet ph.6n- ograplv to, reach tkepeople at - Marv9.1ou9n ,rb8auty, wonderful in tone. Selling, agents jn every town wanteds BLACK D RAUGill the Black-Draught, in my home." For constipation, indigestion, headache, dizzi-ne- s, malaria, chills and fever, biliousness!, arid all simitar h'as proved itself a safe,, ailments, Thedford's reliable, gentle and valuable remedy. If you suffer from any of complaints, try It is a medicine of known merit Seventy-fiv-e years of splendid success proves its value, Good for "JE young and old. For sale everywhere. Price 25 cents. Black-Draug- ht 1 z t V ire Ft V 4.4 VICTIMS OF SELF BOWEN. Hunting Season Opened. POISON ARE MANY 95 Per Gent of Illness Auio-toxIcatiOD. Due to WORLD'S SCIENTISTS AGREE Health Expert Who Is Creating Excitement In Cincinnati by New The-or- ie and Results With Modern Treatment Tells Terrors of "Intes-- . tlnal Toxemia." Cincinnati, O. NIncty-flv- o per cent of all 111 health Is directly or Indirectly due to "intestinal toxemia," or7more commonly, just plain stomach and bowel trouble. It Is a form of This statement was made here by the "Tanlao Health Expert," who has "Whv do youwanrihis article of week taking their annual huut. Tanlao, the master nndicino They succeeded hi bagging quite yours leaded ?" . ' and reconstructive tonic, is Eold a lot.of,uail despite Jhe .shpr'f "To lend weighty to my argu,, exclusively in CLAY UlTY by E.r. ness of the crop in this vicinity, ments." ton & McQuiro. VERY NEAR It. Geo. Bush, the local merchant .Other exclusive agents in nearmagnate, has enlarged his chaiu "Wouldn't you enjoy hearing the by towns tiro as follows: & Co.; of stores one more by putting in 'honk.' of your own machine?" Stanton at Iiardwick "I don't miss, it, I have a pet Bowes, Dy and King; College a stock of goods at this place. He Torrent, has opened his store iu the Todd Hill, Ginler Bros.; J. Taylor Day; Irvine, Irvine buildiug. This makes four stores Drug Co.; QeiiQt, Genet Oa3b for Mr. Bush. Store; Waltersville, Henry Val. old son of Arthur, th,o dirbn, and Boattyville, Thomas Tommy Wiuburu, of Kitnbroll, died Monday night of acute larfive-year been creating much excitement by. the remarkable results he is securing with a. new medicinal treatment He continued: "When I say that 95 per cent of all human diseases, chronic and local, are directly due to of food and fermentation in the intestinal tract I am not merely expressing a theory of my own. but I am propounding a fact that is agreed upon by the world's greatest medical and bacteriological scientists, of whom the famous Professor Mctchnlkoff. of the Pasteur Institute of Paris, Is the leader. , '.'lntestina toxemia, as the medical s call it, is the resultant of It is caused by food rotting In the stomach and intestines, due to Improper action, of these organs and the presence ot putrefactive bacteria. I quote the following symptoms of this ailment from s physician, as 'publish-- ' a ed in a leading medical Journal:. '"Sallow, bloodless, or ashy-gramuddy complexion; foul; fecal, odorous breath: cold, clammy, moist hands and feet; headaches; malaise (dizziness) : total lack of ambition, so that every effort in life is a .burden; men- -' taY depression .often bordering on melancholia; frequent attacks of lnde jolt'e abdominal pains due to flatulences; sudden, fttacks of acute diarrhea, alternatfag'wltti, periods" of. 'constipation.' "Medical books are Jammed to overflowing with descriptions of aliments resulting from intestinal toxemia. ' "Tantac the wonderful medicine I dayB am introducing, was designed to over Pastor M. S. Wilson, assisted come this 'Condition with the kind of medicine that long usage has proved, by the Rev. Mr. Spell, is conlr safest for the human system a ducting a revival meeting at toothing, effective combination of foots, herbs, barks and berries gath- Jackson's Chapel. ered from all over the world. That is Little Hickman, the the secret ot Its success in so many son of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. cases with varying surface symptoms. Tantac does not treat stomach trouble, Patrick, has a severe case of dip rheumatism, catarrh and such ail- theria. There are other cases in ments by direct action it goes right to the root of the trouble and removes the vicinity of Hargett. the cause faulty assimilation of food James Anderson and Dave in the stomach and fermentation In the bowels." Kiug, of Leveo, were hero last text-bookn world-famout- two-year-o- Rodney White of Jackson was atr this season of tlio year visiting his brother Elmer, of Just it will, be of iuterest to every one this plac, Sunday, to be' inae familiar with recent Miss Lillie Knox, wli&is toadh-iu- iegtslai'tort regarding game proat St. Helens, was visting tection. Information is given on home folks Saturday and Sunday. tho back of your hunter's but it Jinglit be as well to v.Our Sunday Sjhoql,v uuder the guidance of Suporiu'tondent Mr. read the following synopsis of Horace Faulkner, is doiug un- three recent nets: "Reducing the or usually well. alien Hcense fee from $15.to$7.50 ; Grant Hanks, left Inst Sunday increasing the maximum penalty for Bourbon county, where he for hunting without a license has bought a farm. from $100 to $200; repealing the moving to' it soon. provision permitting a resident UncleBilly Townsond amLwjfo landowner .to. hunt on adjoining have gone to Winchester tosee farms without a license; authoritheir daughter, Mrs. Maude Pur-cel- l, zing', in case of conviction, tho who has been very ill. leVy and collection of a fee of Robt. Oockram of Menefee, $5 for the informer; shortening who is working in the oil field the season on doves from five at Old Furnace, was at this months to six weeks; prohibiting all hunting of woodcock; place on business last week, closing the- squirrel season on John Holman, who has been Dec. 10th; reducing the open visiting his brother James for season on rabbits to two and a quite awhile, stated Saturday for half months; protecting wild his home at Terre Haute, lnd. turkey, native and imported Mrs. Nuuuie Bowen, who has pheasants and Hungarian part been at Stanton for several days ridges until 1920; prohibiting waiting on her daughter Eula, the sale of quail, ruffed grouse, who has been very sick, return- wild turkey imported pheasants ed home, reportiug her daught- and Hungarian partridges, whener much better. ever caught or killed; prohibit drnvp his wag- ing export of all protected game Mr. Stark Kalor on uuder a clothes Hne which' except when lawfully killed and struck him on the forehead, in- PQSsession of a hunter; limiting He to 12 a day on quail and 15 a day flicting two severe gashes. was attended by Dr. Knox. Mr. on doves, for each successive Kalor is one of our good citizens day's hunt, both in number killand we a re 'sorry this has hap ed, and in possession ; providing that, ganio-bird- a ' or animals bred pened to him. . . . .. i. or raiseai jn capnvuy muse do SPOUT SPRING djeposed'of by owner or propaga tor u ode, r permit of game or fish Moses, McKinney is moving corrjmiBsionpr", and the dead body back to bis form here. of bird or animal lawfully reared fee sold when - Jortlon. Burnett attended, court iu. capHvity-na'- y properly tagged; and .protecting Mt, Sterling Monday. at deer'aridelkt'uiitil 1921, iind pro Mr. S; P. Byrd, of West Liberhibiting hounding, (eh. 81) ty, Morgan county, is visiting his brother,- A. 0. Byrd here a few MILD PROPOSITION. g non-residelie-inten- ds - 011 - GREAT lO SERIALS rv GROUP STORIES IN 1917iHHi Ut, Adnaun, tta, rtUM, iMntioa. HeYbutlCs Companion THE TOOTH'S COMPANION, wM make 1917 a Great Story Year. Besides tho 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. Su r.d St. BOSTON. MASS. ' FREE FREE SBSaWI?. THEN JSfiBSJglTSf ifff- rSUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED Call and send it (or the name of tnis paper) with $2.00 for The Companion (or 1917, and we will send you CUT THIS OUT " JfStr "ai, f AT TfJIS OFFICE at The Times Office for Special Combinaiior TREES. Powell Circuit Court. George Forkner, Guardian, Plaintiif, Earnest Forkner and tin Forkner, vs. FRUIT AND SHADE TUBES, Shrubs, Grape Vines, Rhubarb, As- Aus- Defendant. paragus, Peonies, Phlox, Roses, etc. No Agents. Free Illustrated Catalog The Guardian, George Forkner, will on the 30th day of November, that being the third day of the November term of the Powell Circuit Court, at Sinn-toTo well County, at the Courthouse, offer to lease to the highest and best . . bidder for the purposes set out in the judgment and at such terms as may be directed by the Court for the develop-- , merit of oil and gas and such privileges attendant thereto, a certain tract or parcel of land Bituated in Powell County, Kentucky, and on the waters pf the middle fork of Red River, and bound ed as follows, Bounded on the north by Ky. Union Land Co. : on the east by tho land of Asie Bowen : on the south by George Forkner and II. S. MoKnabb; on the west by the lands of Chas. Pasley and ne It, is alxtjiyB well to have Steve Brewer; containing 842 acres more or less. something on hand;. The above lease will bo executed She Yes ; something nice, like an subject to the approval of tho court. engagement ring .g . This the 8th day of Nov. 1918. GEO. FORKNER, Guardian. ITS PAY. n, to-w- EVKRY THING FOR ORCHARD, LAWN AND GARDEN. H. F. Hillenmeyer & Sons. Lexington, Ky. turserymen Muc? ibi. c THE WINCHESTER if ' oln'stor. Capital Sto. k Surplus and Undivided Profits N. Holly W. H. Spliin YOUH At . HANK, K $10(1.000 $200,000 ulietspoon, President. Gainer. il'NT SOIiK-- l ! 'ID. "This dinner of Smith's is certainly a swell affair." "That's all right.. He pays for it " from his inflated-stock.- Old Papers for Sale Times Office. at The want or hair cu: nXA'.smts vniz-:: you . OBVIOUS. OR ANY To. WORK VLL ON Ill HIGHEST PRICES PAID Remittance Mailed on Shipment U Recird Dy PHERIQO No Commission to Pay Writ, tor Pric. Lbl ud Skipplof Tact M. Sabel & Sons EifaUUUJ USC UcMXftUa LOUISVILLE. KY. IneOnlyGraiklPii Dictionaries al iKe fta. Panama-PocificExpositioz ijiven to v Mathers use yngitis, Its death waB very Notice to Hunters. Dr. Martin, beiug sun)- moned. lae on the afternoon" .of All Dor6on8 are hereby notified ' that no hunting will be allowed it3 death, found it then too, gone for- relief. .The child was upcui the fa'.tuls of tKunderolgDed. buried.at Jackaon Chapel Weclncs 3 '" John Bcottj day. B. D. Curtis, Edwin Rose, r& A Clojjged System Jluat Be Cleared". sud-de- u. . WEBSTER'S NEW INTERNATIONAL SaBerioriry of Educ&tio&al Merit. Tbla new creation answers with anal autnonty au Kinaaot puzzling questions sucn as "now la Jrzemysl pronounced?" "AVhero la Flan- aertr '' " nat is a contmuout txw? Khite coalf" "IIowIalai pro nonnced?" aa J thousands of otliera. Mere UiM4M,eM Voubultry Tame - tr cy!s ermiriKe A taie, old reMecly fer SeTenr.fiv You .will find Dr. Ring's New 'Additional tfe Pills gentle yet effective lax.tnr vn rnniH uuim. ative for removing impurities from Printed cards "TOSTBD", two the system. Accumulated waee "lor five eenta. poisons the blood ; dizziness, bill mii: 0U9U988 and pimply, muddy com plexjqn, a,re the distrwsing effects, 1 wenuJi ' aUihixril at 1ft n in. HUfl A Dr, Life nlT;.rt,oHigHV tweure'yeu a frw, full bowl uqvemeut in the. 7". """i QaoraiBgk'Atyodr DrugUtf8e,adv ' ,JZ'" .1. E: Ttureber. names added to tbo ve fuuti wmm. m ir" the Lamp Oil that Saves Lyes f mnra lmcnrtint In f lis home ti)n clour, iiteady lljbt. lumro thlj Xir inttluc tbo oil Ih it btirct oknr and rleun vrltbotit flicker down to the lart drop. lVuiujlvonla crude oil rtflnej to lvrfoctloo. Cent tin mora tnli the Inferior ! aget" ""Whatisaiotri;" 1 Unthlnl wt U uW Uirt fttn contua-oi- Uiriinaiil-FREY'- VERMHTXcm ofei. you. S70 S3 mtmM fjt ttJf ud IJe. Ml M MIU- - MONEY-u- vtt tankwacon WOP.K dve eyt. Your dtaler ha 60LITK Oil. In olb-saves tmu dirvct mm our woivt. Lexington, Ky. Wp wU larwl doof juNew itoiri w.f cad ty. Chas. C. Stoll Oil Co. Uetemf M Vfoirwi.'P. tkolbruU)J "No Catb" Auto OH. msm M,m Gtetn&iul Sak)ects. 12.BM MegrapUcal ERtrlM. ever WW Mtoc batieas. 27W Pagtf. TtMeafydietiMh trol(t tt ary with tb divtM w tUnkraUhJU. Yhlt tot pet. man caaaa. il. luMlftUosa, td. Fraa, nt of Foakat Wapait you run a tkU - '" 4 f ""AltimorCm." E. & S. FREYt, J. , ,. '.'ft 'Breathitt Sells Bonds. Breathitt county, which voted rond bonds in 10l!3, amounting to $150,000, eold these bonds last wek-a- t par. 1?ho officials of that county have been studying the rfyid situation for these three years, and by this time should have t heir plans pretty mapped out. 0 well Rneumntism Follows Exposure. In the rain all day is generally followed oy painful twinpes of rheumatism or neuralgia. Sloan's L.mment will give you quick re lief and pi event the twinges from becoming torture. It quickly peuc tn te3 without rubbing and eooths tiie sore and aching joints. For sore, stiff, exhausted muscles that ache and throb from overwork, Sloan's Liniment affords quick re lief. Bruises, eprajiis and other urnor injuries to children are quickly soothed by Sloan's Lini- mi nt. Get a bottle at our Adv Dmgits, SPcs. to-da- y VAUaHN'S'MILL. New Money. Wo were shown a new dime Riley Hall has his new house the other day. The design is alalmost completed. together different to the old Mrs. Mary McKinney spent money. About the only thing recognizable about it is its size. Sunday with hot father, Mr. Bud " Either the old or new money is Bush. legal tonder at The Times office. Mrs. Joe Clark had to close her school on Little Creek'--, on account No More Backache for tier. Mrs. J. M. duskill, Etna Green of measles. Ind., writes: 'I suffered from II. P. Wells and, hip wife are severe backache, and sharp pains improving. They have both been shooting through my back until down with fever. , I could not stoop over and get up Asa Todd 'and wfe spent Sunwithout aid. Urinary trouble day with the letter's mother, seemed to be the cause of it all Mrs. Martha Martin, on Snow A single box of Foley Kidney ' Pills gave me such relief that I creek. Sam and Leonard Mize of cannot praise them too highly." Ohio, are home on a few This standard remedy for kidney and bladder ailments can be tak- days' visit with their parents, Mr. en with safety for backache, and Mrs. .1. W. Mize. swollen ankles, and rheumatic Misses Ida and. Emma Smith pains. Sold everywhere. had the prize flock of turkeys in -- Low Prices and High Quality a large stock of gcfiieraljnner-chqndisshoes, groceries, etc., and we know ' that by dealing with us We have o, " You Can Save Money We try to Jcoey our stock complete and our aim is iogive every customer full value for their money. Give us a trial. Ak-ro- Henry Waldron WALTERSVILLE, - - KENTUCKY After Cuttle. Bert Earnett, of Ciark' county, was here this week and bought some "Please Don't Ask!" yearling heifers of F. P. Adams E. D. Ourtis of Virden, in his name added this week to and W. F. Barnett by the head. our lit of Notice to Hunters, alIf motor vehicles and appli so requests that all sportsmen tiuces coutinue to increase as "please not ask for permission," rapidly as at present, the horse for he positively cannot jrraut it. will soon have a place in the zo ological gardens alongside the CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR ('flunk g ving Meeting;) buffalo. Sunday Evening, Nov. 20th, 1010. Subject: The Gmco of Gratitude. Lesson : Ps. 107 :M3. Leader: Mr. John Kirk. ' Preaching services immediately after mo .cnueavor program. Beautiful Calender. The publishers of The Youth's Companion are presenting, as al-- J ways at this season, to every subscriber whose subscription is paid foi 1917, a calendar for the new this sectin. They realized S181.50 from the sale of them this fall. Mrs. J. W. Mize also had a nice drove from which she sold SI 01.00 worth. Changlnz"5easons Bring Colds. "Stuffed-tip STANTON COLLEGE, KY. head," cloggecf-u- p STANTON, It is decidedly unusual and strikingly artistic. The colors are well chosen and It was jmade primarily, however, for actual use, and is well named the Practical Homo Calender. year. richly-blende-d. Worth Money. Don't miss this. Cut out this slip, euclose with 5c and mail it to Foley & Co., Chicago, III., writim: vour nam ;un! address clearly. You will receive in re turn n trial package containing Foley's Honey and Tar Com pound, for bronchial coughs, colds and croup; Foley Kidney Pills, for lame buck, weak kid neys, rheumatisni, bladder trou bles, and "Foley Cathartic Tab lets, a wholesome and thorough ly cleansing cathartic for consti pation, biliousness, headache and Sold every sluggish bowels. where. Cut this Out--- lt Is . ose, tight chest, sore throat are sure signs of cold, and Dr. King's New Discovery is sure relief. A dose of this combination of balsams soothes the irritated membrane, clears the head, loosens the phlegm', you breathe easier and realize-you- r cold is broken up. Treat a eold persist, ently; half-wameasure leave a ' lgering cough. Take Dr. King's r New Discovery cold "is gone. For 47 years t the favorite icmedy for younir, '. and old. At your Druggist, 50o.: Adv, -- Students Admitted at Any Time One of the Best Schools in Kentucky. Courses 'in Agriculture and Domestic Science. Review Classes in the Common Branches will be Conducted throughout the Teim. uiHll-you- By paying part of their Expenses in Worky Students may get Rates at the.Dermitory as low as $15o per Week. " For Information Write to NOTHING BUT THE TRUH Rev. J; C. Hanley, President, , , Slanton, Ky. ' 'ihe New G. 0. P. Wilson, the Chicago packer, Our office boy suggests that the "receives a salary of $250,000 a new meaning of G. O.P. is "Gone year. Woodrow Wilson receives RICHMOND, KY. Old IJarty." $75,000. BOOKKEEPING Buslness.Phanography TYPEWRITING and WTiCa If R.SMITH TELEGRAPHY BUSINESS Ml! F c i his yar o( It. Prefttri'nt Iwlnwi, Mocxpertenco In mrrra SO1! and banking io yrnn HnrMlnv FOR SALE. Four-roocottage and three lots in north end of city. T. B. Ballard, Apply to 433 f oang mrn ana womn mr iicriv nior tww. East Third St., Lexington, Ky. Customer All the big berries are the top of the box, I suppose? Diler-rO-h no, ma'am: most of 'em are at the top of the other A TRAJNJNQ SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS Courses lending to Elementary, IntemictUato and Life Ktato CerUiiratcs. Vulid in all Public Schools of fcpeclnl Courses end Hovlew Courses. Tuition Preo to Appointees. Two splendid dormitories, new model school, new manual training building, practice fchool, department of agriculture, a well equipped pyninnr.l-Domestic Science. First Term becins September 7. S"oond Term November 10, Third Term April 5, Summer School opens January2'i, Fourth June 11, Catalogue Free, j, u. atAliUB.Pre.ldcnt. m. Kcn-tuck- y. it 1 Notice to Road Contactors. Sealed propoonls fur the Improvement of pnrt of Stato'Ald road No. Notice to Road Contractors. P9-A- -l. boxes. ReadaDailyPaper! Notwithstanding the high cost of paper, The Times is in position to fiimith its readers with an Daily Paper in combination with our own and other publications at the remarkable price below: DOING HIS PART. , 1 The Louisville Evening Post, The Clay City Times, weekly Today' s Magazine, monthly, 44 Woman's World, , " Home Life, Home and Farm, semi-monthl- y, fg.MW.y $3,00 1.00 .50 .50 .50 .50. Beginning at the city limits of Clay City and ending at the Olnrk couuty now i" lino, Powell county, Ky., will be re"Yes," replied the nroud father. vived by tho FJscnl Court In tlio coun-- y "and it cost me a fancy price. How Court House, Stanton, Ky., until 12 ever, l will say this much for the i'ulock. noon, Nov. 27th, 10J0, npprox-'nnit- o boy." length of road, fivemilo3. A certified check for $250.00 must "Yes?" "Ho paid to have it framed with tccompiiny each bid submitted, right tn reject any and. all bids reserved. money he earned himself."' I'lims and specifications may bo seen i nd forms of proposals obtained at the THE REVERSE SIDE. oflico of I. S. Boone, County Clerk, ittinton, Ky., alsoat itho Department "Did you see where "a lnbor inspec tor in Massachusetts declared that of Publlo Koads, Frankfort, Ky. A. T. KNOX, Judge. in the night section the telephone Attest; I. S. BOONE, Clerk. girls work while they sleep ?' "So your son has a college diploma Sealed proposals for the improve- " ment of the State Aid road No. B'J.B-Beginning' at u point near J. 51. Welch's to tho forks of tho' road at Middle Fork and South Fork, Powell County, Ky., will bo received by the Fiscal Court in the county Court llouso Stanton, Ky.. until 12 o'clock, noon, November 27th, 1010, approximate length of road, eU milts. ' A certified check for $250.00 must no company each bid submitted, right to reject any and allbids reserved. Plans and specifications may bo seen and forms of proposals obtained at thn oflico of I. 8. Boone, County Clerk, also at the Department dt Public ltouds, Frankfort, Ky. A. T.. KNOX, Judge. Attest: I.S. BO9NE, Clork. 1. " "Humph, that's nothing. to sleep while I'vo they, $6.00 All sent One Year for $3.50. Total Value, - Also Beautiful 1917 Calendar FREE.. is one of the best daily papers published in Kentucky and gets to Powell county postoffices in the morning with all the news of the world and Kentucky the day before. The monthlies and Home and Farm are papers well worth their individual cost. semi-month- THE POST You know what The Times to this office with the $3.50 at once. is to you. Send your order in Never bay cheap o cotmetiua from bargain stores, Jfrs. "Vigg8N-3I- rs. five- - and ten-cestores, etc.. Such goods too often contain deleterious In- ing over what might gredients which do ultimate injury to Mrs. Dices Yes; tlio skin. . All ElizabettKing Toijat cnoughvtiino crying Specialties are of euperfiHe.-warrantea cow. XnVtlllCTTnitrlna oMalllo. AUVICli: nt to-uuy Creditors' Notice. Creditors' Notice. persons holding AH claims All creditors of the estate of Thos. nuainet the estate of J. F. Martin, Welch Will file JUST A WAY THEY' HAVE. their claims propSr., will file the same properly erly proven. heforo the ndniinistra. "A man," remarked1 the moralizer, proven with the administrator on tor on or before let of Jan., 1017. "grows old before ho knows it." or before the 1st day of Jan., 1917. IJ. W. Welch, 'Adrar., "And n woman," rbjoined the deD. W. Martin, Adinr., Stanton, Ky. moralizer, "grows old'beforo she lets RoBslyn, Ky. anyone else know it." NEIGHBORLY COMMENT, For Oood Bartering Try them known work." Harper ia .cry N; A. P. Johnson . havo been. she has wasted over spilt'inilk. In the old stand, next to the, Red Rlvit" Hotel. Zr . "I Shameekig ami Scalp Treatment. if.