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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): November 30, 1916 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1916 cla1916113001_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 30, 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. ' ii " M JnLll J. ICITY TIMES CMib Surrounding Country and Ourselves. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. E.rf urgher, Publisher.; . We are Here to Help Clay VOU.rXXI) " CLAY CITY, Bids on the Roads. MonBids on Shackelford" on of the neW KJ , TJrjJllSDAY, NOVEMBOl MO. J m. - ' A NO. 48 Circuit' Court at Stanton. the construction Work day, 'with' Judge dirt roads, advertised the bench and Commonwealth's in the Times, were received and Attorney, B. A. Ortitch.er, pros-- , opened at Stanton, Monday. J?ive ecutin. CA gifod crowd wna bidders competed with bids. Tho present and every juror . whoso lowest bid was that of Meyers & was calle'd "responded, Harris, of Covington. Their bid name showing that the Judge's action on. twplve miles of road, exclu in "fining some of the boys for sivo ot the corrugated iron, pipe, to jury summons totals 8U,olU.i:J, or yU8 per at a former session of court, had mile. Tho iron pipe will cost at least $100 per mile additional, the desired, 'efFecf. Judge Shackelford's charge to which will bring the total cost of the grand jury was a strong one. the earth road up to at least very forcibly .upon the $2,800 per mile. ' lt r olFiise8'of the illegal sale of Tho bids were made. up on tho ' iitid the following basis':- - -- . . deadly- weap'onst The talk did Removing trees over-1inches hope to see in diameter, $1.00 each ; us good and we-dhis strong charges io these mat Clearing and grubbing, $60.00 ters have its effect. per acre ; Judge" Shackelford" is, growing Earth excavation, SO cents per in,' popularity 'in this county cubic yard ; where he has always been a fa Rock excavation, 81 00 per cu vorite with the few who have bic yitrd ; known him in his county for sevHauling aud laying galvanized eral years. Are n't we glad iron pipe, which the couuty must returned in the 25fh Dis- furnish extra : trict instead of being shuffled 12 .inch pipe, GO cents per ft u 80 about by the last Legislature, ae "" 18 " 41 seemed imminent at one time u " 00 21 " last winter. Concrete .work, Class A, $10.00 Attorney J. B. White, of Ir per cubic yard ; vine, and O. F. Spencer, of Win fteei reinforcing, o cents per Chester, were visiting attorneys pound; bar. at Crowning and .shaping road, 8100.00 per miler. ;Jhis Looks Like a Refinery. tiotT-espondin- 'Circuit Court at Stanton court coaldjSave the county's t'V-'!- Money Ready. Get ' STANTON. (By P. O. Derthick.) At a mdWng of tho Fiscal ill cpurtty a fow Court of Circuit Court is in session this e court- - went on weeks ago, fltt !g to put $500 when week. recora agr 1 he people-- ' M nterested in good Rev. J. C. Hanley was in Lex .Hi; subscribe $2,000 ington last Friday. rnnriR With-thia rrn unt of monov the Mrs. W. It. Catron visited her s I? He-dea- liq-uo- carrying'-com-enled- aODortionmefit of $2,000 from .the State; "EThe people about a little less than a Any, itMsaiid, in making up $2,80, ftr"9$8l tnoro than necessary tQ savefhe State Aid monTIiisF-&k- s. ey. to the Times. gettingltoads, and it i3 to be like hope,d .fHafcofher counties may Irvinu-werpFb- - 2 emulate Estill's example. Leases?Roads. for Oil. The EstilPFiscal Court met in special session, at Irviue Friday nnd leased apportion of the coun ty roads in tlie oil districts to op erators drill at once for l oil. The cairrt also adopted the who-wil- Pow-ellAv- Powell-Eatni- ;; inter-counl- v .seat- way of . Ilargett, Kimbrell and Spout Spring to Plum creel?.. With thousands of baTrels 7f Qilto sell with which' to buifd udsiu Estill, and the PowellrOofKalready selected, it 8eefnVthdfch'e road from here to iryiue wiu.ue,one oi tue nrsi; to go through' to the mountain coun ties. road by,, tllej. Directors ot the StaudardvOil CnifirfiliiviifrKfint'u!k'v. ,afc a' re. struct, in "Louisville an oil refin ery, with un output of 500,000 barrels unnually. Tho plant will employ about 200 workmen and will be built on the property now owned by that company near the Thanksgiving. Irvine Has Fire. arly Saturday morning three buildings were burnedMn Irviue. The Williams bank building val ued ut $8,000, with but $1,200 in surance, was ouo of the buildings consumed. The Lyric theatre came next", entailing a loss of $5,000 upon its owner, Clyde Gaines. The city restaurant val uea at $0,000 was also burned to the ground The fire originated in the restaurant. Contents of these buildings, combined with the cost of the buildings, which were framed, brings the total loss to about- $25,000. Most of this is covered by insurance. Irvine has no organized fire protec- State Pair grounds, 836 on the river bank. This property comprises acres. The work of erection will be pushed as rapidly as possible. Some delay, however, is expected because of the acute situation in the steel industry. Tho steel mills are working overtime and the company will bo unable to secure the metal us rapidly as it wishes.. Deliuue orders for steel tion. before 1018 are not now accepted. The Williams Bank "is just completing a new three-storKills the Largest Hogs. brick block, in' which the bank 'Squire John A. Sewell last expected to be able to move De week killed the prize hogs of the cember 1st. county when he slaughtered two ThS burned district will he imweighing fully 550 pounds each, mediately rebuilt. according to fair estimates placed on them by persons who saw Mild Winter Predicted. them, before they were killed. And now comes one proguosti- These hogs had no .special breedcator who says we are to have a ing to make them, being just mild winter. As this forecast is common pigs picked up by tho just the reverse of all others in 'Squire. Their unusual growth years, it is to be hoped und development was the out. former that it will come to pass. It come of the proper feeding and Booms to no the custom of. all attention of Mr. Sewell, who tho Weather prophets to forecast is a good man to handle nothing but bad winters and it is hogs for profit. hopeful that tho weather will To Select Committeemen. change , with tho prognostica Saturday Democrats will meet tions. at their respective voting places Fertilizer Plant for Lexington. and select Committeemen to A commercial fertilizer nlunt servo for tho next four years. On Monday following these Commit- is one ot the now prospects for teemen will meet at Stanton and Lexington. It is claimed tho select a couuty clmirmau who plant will be built within sixty days and "be ready to supply will also servo for four years. J, II. O'Keqr is the present ef- farmers with their plaut food for spring crops. ficient couutychuirman, y ly ii oniy who have turkey this time are ;expected to give thankt, the dayrwill be scantily observed iu and about these parts. When it comes to paying 20 cents per pound for any form of meut on loot, mat's paying tor vour living sure, and- if vou aro able to doit, xouhave unusual ui those persons iuikcj Tjrtiiiin uny. - rea-sunsi- thanksgiving. Estill Man Over. Jiunes WinnTithe popular of.-Irvine. coun- - , ty engineer,', Estill county was a two tun ton Circuit Court Monday'JlMr. Winn repre-sentthe RoqkyRiver Develop, ment Company?. Cleveland, O., ono of the largest; oil concerns iu the country. Thia company has many leases in ' this county, aud 5. Mr. Winn was over looking after s Powell ManiStrike's it Rich. Busy Day for the Sheriff. Monday was indeed a very busy day for SheriiF II. T. Dericksoii. Besides waiting upon tho court, he was trying to accommodate tho taxpayers of the county who were anxious to get their receipts before the penaly is attached daughter in Montgomery county December 1st., which is tomorrow Most taxpayers had this past- - week. put oil" paying their tax to so Mr. and Mrs. Ben Kelly and late, hoping that something children of Virginia have been might turn up that the road tax visiting with Henry Daniel. t evaded. might h ay. Mrs. Margaret Oldham of Win ery ono paying on this date was chester is here, visiting her par. paying the bond issue tax ove.r protest that this part of their ents Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Evans. tax might be recovered if the George Derickson is quite sick with pneumonia. His sister Ma boud issue is declared invalid. tn i o is teaching his school for Vital Statistics. him. The preliminary report of the Mr. and Mrs. Bert Crowe have State Board of Health for Octo moved into the home- of their ber shows a total of 1,870 deaths, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry both white and colored, in the Tipton. State. Of this number. L02 (Hod Charley Crowe and Gother from tuberculosis of the hums, Martin, who have .been working 127 from pneumonia: 57 children. from tv- at McRoberts for several months, died from diptheria ; phoia fever; 82 from cancer: 10 arrived home Sunday night for a from pellagra; 8 from infantile stay. paralysis, and 118 from violence. Mrs. It. D. Clark visited her None from hookworm. Six per daughter, Mrs. Myrtice Coulee of cent, of all the deaths were from Richmond, last week, and return violence. Is it not time to nut i ed with her grandchild, Aleue. check on this unnecessary who will attend school here. heavy toll of death? The new depot is all completed Clay City Wins. aud looks mighty fine to us home The Stanton basket ball team people. Ij is a realcredit toour .f-. fc l came down Saturday and matched utuuu i n. jib luwu uiiu soon 'as tne turniture arrives skill'wiflf tlie Clay City team, and Leuuie Crowe will move into it. were defeated by the score of 2ti to 7. The line up was as follows : We hope to have more news Stunton CIny City next week. Returning late from Wilt son.. .. . .E. Searles rf . the Sunday School Conference Wells ..If.. . ... Kennon .. e . .. Hurghor at Johnson City, Ten n , and not Hrasliear.... . . J Searles rg being very well, we have not had Boliaiiimii . If,'-Iil.icklnirn. . i,n opportunity to gather up the The features of the jrame were news. the pussingof Searles and Martin Miss Daisy Johnson invited her of Clay City, and the center play teachers, Misses Julia Evans, of Brashear, of Stanton. AHco Chilila aud Prof. j. U. Moves to Dayton. Johnson, to upend Friday "till Sunday at her fine country home Mr: A. M. Burgher aud family at Talbga, mil they all had a left the last of the week for Day-tovery enjoyable time. .Ohio; where he has a most The recital given by the music paying and responsible position students of Miss Julia Evans, on with the Piatt Iron it Steel last Thursday, was thoroughly Works. enjoyed by those who went. Miss Appointed Administratrix. Evans' students splen Mrs. Phillips widow of the de did work this year, and tho re ceased, Dock Phillips, wiir up. citals are looked forward to with pointed administratrix of her pleasure. husband's estate bv the County y-- - 7-- - A wB-ur- a . . . . i n, are-doin- Judge J, H. Hardwick, of tip's county,.,und Joh O. White, of Winchester, have, .brought in a hundred. bur.roifo'TL. well neurCan-nCity, MorgaOi county, where they have ecve'JJiyndred acres of land leased.L'-.Thlwell is close d s Miss Mary Martin, accompa stands tho leaseholdings of Mesnied by her brothers Kelly aud srs. IJardwick a.udWhite aro said Sterling, went to Winchester to be worth $300,000. Monday where they stopped over night with Mrs. Lizzie Porter and Moves to Crab Orchard. then went on to Louisville where Rev. Cleo I'uryjs has resigned tho pastorate ftfc.the Christian tho twoJjoys will be further op ohurch and mdvd to Crab Or erated on for their lip trouble. chard, where he Will take charge A request has b,een to tho of a hew churchjuyi time. He will writer that he speak of the cigar. hownvorT fill n etto smoking that takes place in pointtnontAfvlfti,year at Clay tho at mail time. Clay. The had call- There are many girls and women ed Bro. Purvis fSrSanother year. in tho office at this time and the aud will very in'uSi, regret to loso smoking is vory objectionable 11U1. to them. We Would kindly at-ir post-office- to thpipe lin'eTand as it now Mrs. Lucilo Davis returned, to her home at Louisville after sev eral davs' visit with her many friends in town. Mrs. M. A. Phillips will return homo Wednesday of this week. Their friends were glad to see them and have tho good visit they have had. 0 Court, at Stanton, Monday. Going Still Higher. Out of sympathy with wheat products, corn is now 81.00 per barrel iu most parts of tho State, nnd is going still higher, it is claimed. tho young men not to smoke in tho building. And this would also apply to the depot. Many women do not go inside tho de pot to wait for n train on account of the crowd of young men in there smoking. Ono young wo. man from tho country came over to tho home of tho writer Monday ciihere night rather than wait at the depot forthe train. This has occurred quite often. We urn suro if our boys would look at this in tho right light they would refrain from smoking in these two placos. W n iUTTmTl KK(- . - SK' r ' i s THE TIMES. J. E Biirghcr, Money in Buckwheat. Many Powell county farmers do not know what buckwheat .is Publisher. when they see it growing, but X X mail matEntered as second-clas- s ter at the Post Office at Clay City, Ky., under tho Act of Congress of March 3, 1870. A HOME-MA- DE PAPER. NOV. 30, 1010. THURSDAY, Tho ways nro now being greas ed for the launching of tho move-nien- t for tho readjustment of postal rates iu the next session of Congress. This problem was to have been taken up iu the last session but had to be deferred on account of the consideration by railway mail pay. Since this has been disposed of the committees are prepared to take up the matter of placing the various postal rates on a more equitable basis. A zone system of rates for second class matter is being prominently urged to take the place of the present lint rate which wag adopted nearly forty years ago. The present rate has for some time been regarded as a discrimination agaiust the newspapers in favor of the great national Like the parcel post the proposed zone rates would be based on the length of the haul. The postal, committees have been besieged by petitions bearing millions of names and several hunered thousand letters from individuals' urging a readjust, ment of postal rates with a view lett of making possible A survey of tho sitter postage. uation indicates that sufficient 'changes will be made in the various rates to pprmit the grant-jurate oi loculde-liverof a letters iu the next session of Congress. mag-aziue- s. one-ceng y Pulaski farmers this year raised and marketed 70,000 bushels of this cereal, which netted them Buckwheat 81.25 per bushel. does b'est when sown about July 1st or at a time after winter wheat is cut from tho ground. Tho yield is about the same per acre as the 'flour wheat. Buck wheat graham is about tho best eating one can get when you have plpnty of maple syrup in the Spring. It is also lino for bees when in bloom. It takes but about 70 days after sowing until it can be harvested. High Paper Prices. We have just received a fresh supply of papor and the prices for same are "out o' sight." It is etiough to scare the average country nowsDancr editor "to death" it would seem. We regret that circumstances are such but we cannot help it. In addi tion to the increased subscription rates we are compelled to increase the price of our job work in proportion to the advance of paper. We have tried to live at tha old prices but we positively HARD WICK & COMPANY I i and Winter Goods, .j 3fc t f t Ml cannot. CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR (Consecration Meeting.) Sunday Evening, December3rd, ness Life. Lesson: Rev. Subject: The Consecration of 3:14-2- 2. 1010. Busi- Leader: Airs. Carrie Groves. Beginning on tho above date and continuing hereafter, tho Junior En- dcavorers will conduct their meetings in connection with the Senior Endeav orers. All members are urged to be present and take part in this meeting. Special song by tho Juniors, t T t T t T t t t t t ? J uriFall and. Winter Goods are now in. We invite you to '"'.cajparfd see them and get oiir prices. We handle up-to- dc Merchandise, and at prices that will save ' ilM11 Sttmibney. It is our aim to carry as near as possible ev- . It will pay you to call when in - ething the people-waraidTof any thing in dry goods, notions, clothing, women's r misees'and children's short and long coats, 'haflsSsweaters .and rain coats, women's corduroy skirts, ,mMjsfahd boys' hats, rubber footwear for all, men's and .corduroy and cheap work pants, corduroy suits SwStefcs. raincoats, hunting coats, also tables, chairs-- safes 'bealprings, mattresses, blankets, cornforts, cots, trunks, "sujjfcases. &lPs' carPets, sewing machines, saddles, "harness, hardware, queensware, groceries, Bain wagons, nt ready-to-wea: bdress, , ' . Stiidebaker wagons. shoes" for men. ' -- .m'andle ' . - Qu'eet Quality shoes for women, Walk-Over t T ? T vIf Stetson and Astor brand hats. Hart, Schaff-- . her and ;Mafx and Matchless brand clothing,' Arrow brand shirfcShd collars. youoelieve in"iSiyfn'g- uprfbdate goods and learning whecefybu can get - Creditors' Notice. claims All persons holdjiig against the estate of J.'F. Martin, Sr., will file the same property There are more automobiles in proven with the administrator on Kansas than in any other State. or before the 1st day of Jan., 19l7i D. W. Martin, Admr.,Kansas is prohibition and woIiosslyn, Ky. men vote there too. If we could get everybody iu Kentucky who does not own an auto to believe SPOUT SPRING that women votes and prohibit, ". tion would got them a machine, Joe McKinnev has resigned his . soon get right on position with au oil operator on Kentucky would these qucstioti8,"like Kansas has the mountain, and returned home done. And by the way, Kansas went for Wilson too. The sooner every body learns there is nothing in politics, the better it will be for the common people: This is what Kansans have found out. Buffering withoine sViir'o boils They vote there uow for them;' on a hand. selves aud not the politicians, Tafce and they are reaping their Mr. and Mrs. ftoberMcIritosh. One spent Saturday Pain Fill, with Mr. 'ud Mrs. llspnTueU then . with Kentucky is threatened ett, parents of Mrs. MelHtqsh, qn Tako it another attack of Legislature Oallowaj's Greek. ELaay is anything this winter. If there Hickman, the littlqiion-n- f Mr. this State needs worse than rest Far Neuralgia, nothing is and Mrs.W. G.tPatrickJported meetings, we do battar than from Legislative last week in not know what it is. If it were puch a bad attack o( yUpMieriu, Anti-Pai- n undo some of the bad possible to ituw is much fmproved, Usod by thousands things already done, wo would considered out of dtuiSrr for a generation faEC rr; bo for it, but it will only bo anThose who have suffered from dose of the same. other neuralgic pains need not be told thgwfc. ww' ;,&M&iiffi2& . . r.'A , L t - T ? t f Hardwick & Co., fcS T A N'T ON-. . T J T T $ - nihtjMundy ir. says Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., hi writing of her experience with Cardui, the woman's tonic. She says further: "Before 1 began to use Cardui, my back and head would hurt so bad, thought the pain would kill me. I was hardly able 1 lt Always Helps . Dr. Miles' Pills ,i to do any of my housework. Alter taking three bottles of Cardui, I began to feel like a new woman. I soon gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework, as well as run a big water mill. I wish every suffering woman would give Sportsmen report a very short The crop of birds this season. rabbit, as .usual in the fall, is everywhere. lie makes the meat platter 1. full on many a p.oor hog meat man's table, has become so high under this continued Wilson administration. now-tha- t Dealers are claiming that shoos are most likely to go to $20 tho pair 'soon. Well wo used to go barefoot and liked it too. Wo guess we can do it aguiu if we " They have relieved neuralgia In my I havo n! head In flfteru mlnuu taken them for rheumatism, hend- ache, pains In the breast, toothaches earache and palm In the bowl and limbs. I have found nothing to equal thein and they are all that la claimed fur them." J. W. BEDOU. Blue. Bjirins", Mo. 25 doiet 23 cents. At all druoolt " i Never told In bulk. MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart. Ind. how necessary it is to secure relief. The easiest way out of neuralgia is to use iJr. Miles' Anti-Pai- n Pills. They have rc lieved sufferers for so man years that they have become a household necessity. "I have taken Dr. Miles' Ant! I'.iln rill for five yeara ami they am lo only thins that does me anj a .1. The Carola. Cubing gragli is now readyj dealers tho'only cabS ogruph to reach lhei 15. Marvelous UC4 wonderful iu tone.; agents iu $very towi Write for our dt?scri oraturo. The Knt The Woman's Tonic a trial. I still use Cardui when and it always does me good," ut I feel a lill'.c bad, -- Mi Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness, feelings, etc., arc sure nips of womantired, worn-oly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's tonic. You cannot make a, mistake in try iris. Cardui for your trouble. It has bsen helping weak, al!tng women for more than fifty years. "ffi&r Die'trilnuingO,!! huve to. tjdle Distriufors'.fnM ot Kentucky, 802 i)UlBVil(?, K.y.; ' "vt.v i, A. :.... so. m T HERE'S HELP FOR i' CONGRESSIONAL COMMITTEE BEGINS RAILWAY mlriimmit so flint In LISTLESS FOLKS lev Remedy Restores complaints of tbe' commission may 6rdcr the Advance; r rate whjcbjt consld-of- s too tyWcTm Qtiei i)ti fliffjjrlfns maximum rates wp0lt INQillBf Bai- (hiiosl tmpfirtnnt consideration-"! jtosl of Li.;3 End Rbjiews Ambition. Proposed jjy President to authorized Mffnlcc Into' account in ie effect of rates rafe regulati upon lotal batlngs lu the light of While tho Kewlands Commlttco Is required, tinder (ho resolution creating JUJft tfajjrittn rcport-btlanunry 2 next, .It IfJsSt.anticliiatcd 'that tho Committee, wilfhavc come anywhere 'oar completing; Us labors then. y that wilt jlhk tho which ,tlio;" railroads bo s'peclflcnlfy ReadaDailyPaper! Notwithftanding the high cost of paper, The Times is in position Daily Paper in combinato furnish its readers with an tion with our own and other publications at the remarkable price te MvoJWMo commission lor Condillon of Carriers.. fs; below: v. Health expert Run Dcwn Condition tells Usually how Due to MAY CHANGE PRESENT SYSTEM The Louisville Evening Post, The Clay City Times, weekly $3.00 1.00 .X .'.Rapid 7. Eating or Overeating, Says .' Man Who Has Set Many Tongues ' Wagging With Original" Ideas. Thousands Just .Half Sick. , Officials of Roadi Prepared to Advocate Federal Incorporation, Supervision of Securities and Extension of Authority of Interstate Commerce Commission. - r".- - i. tS , :0 3! I HINiMPPF' " . .f Mi- - Total Value, n tives, began here tottaj an inquiry into the subject of public control and supervision of railroads that may lead to . the revolutionizing of the whole scheme counj of governmen'tal regulation of the Also Beautiful 1917 Calendar FRBR. try's trnnspfirlatlon lines. Incidentally the committee is to look Into the question of government ownership of railTHE POST is one of the best daily papers published in Kenof good live ways, telephone and telegraph lines tucky and gets to Powell county postofiices in the moming with and express companies. stock is niy nin, there all the news of the world and Kentucky the day before. The The members of the committee fore, deepTinteristed in the I Too Many Bolt Food. monthlies and Home and Farm are papers well which will conduct this Important in- "The stomach Is tiio most Important farm )nm13' of the United orgnn in the body and the most abused. vestigatlon are Senator Newlands of worth their individual .cost. v Iucosts no more to raisp Koblnson The large majority of people do not Nevada, chairman; Senators Alabama, States. Send your order in Ycu know what The Times is to you. good live which will give t.i'.;c sutiiclciit tlrao to eat their food. of Arkansas, Underwood of Brnndegeo of to this office with the $3.50 at once. Tucy give no thought to what foods Cummins of Iown ami better, returu when marketed, are good for them. They simply awal Connecticut, and Representatives of Georgia, Rlnis of Tennessee, t ha ilJMqejiJtq 'raise a sorub, and low what 13 convenient and pleasant Esch of "The stomach tells quickly when It Cullop of Indiana, Michigan. Wisconsin i he scruTnfiist go. 1 The. inIs abused through overeating or other nn Hamilton of "Live stock production is not warns, take quiry was recommended by President keeping' mistreatment. When it Presbylerian Church. pace" with the increase SHOW GROWTH OF CHURCHES Wilson in his message to Congress in instant hood or dire results will follow. December of last year. He described of populaUotitlh United States, "A disordered stomach brings on Sunday School c 10 a.m. and could" headaches. It causes constipation. as its purpose to determine what unit heiicl'forth' intensive use of Statistics as to Seating Capacity Ex- preaching service every Sunday plain Spread of the Various DebilIousncs3, indigestion, nervous dis- be done "for bettering the conditions prnducti.veU-apinMi' must be d under which the railroads nre operated nominational Bodies. morning at 11 a. m. Everybody orders and other ills. nnd for mnklug them more useful servupdn'to'Supply the increased Tanlac Most Successful. welcome The total seating capacity of "Taniac Is the it. out successful rem- ants of the country as a whole." needs of tin's increase of'popula-tion- . Prominent Men as Witnesses. edy for rtcmaih ills on the market tochurch edifices reported in 1U0G, acIn order to obtain the vlews'.of nil day. It is composed of roots, barks', TREES. "Some 6.f my most- satisfying cording to the census bulletin of Auinterestsv affected by the operations of herbs and berries gathered in all parts gust 20, 1909, was 58,530,830, an inof the world. By its composition It is the transportation Hues the committee holidayflTkha;' hefn my visits to designed to build strength, create has invited prominent shippers, bank- rile International Live Stock Es-po- si crease over 1890 of 14,97C,767, or FRUIT AND SHADE TREES, better digestion and more blood, and ers, representatives of commercial or34.4 per cent. The seating capacity t foriv.ijeid he first week in Shrubs, Grape Vines, ithubarb, Asto strengthen t ho nervous system ganizations,, rnllVny executives; eCono-nrrisreported for the Protestant bodies through correction of the common disand others to appear before'them. December,Iin Chicago. Sixteen was 53,283,445; fortheKoman Cath-,oli- c paragus, Pcoii-es- , Phlox, Roses, etc. orders of the stomach, liver and muThe fifst to "be hpard nro.' railroad years ago 'lhiB Exposition was church, 4,494,377 ; and for the cous membranes. The testimony of commissioners , of-- various' states who your neighbors all around you ueara began tieh evidence today. Tbelr born of a great necessity and it remaining bodies, 760,008. The rate No Agents. Free Illustrated Catalog testimony is directed chiefly to oppos is to.day thirftjjlding expnucnt of of increase was practically the same has accomplished fhla." -. ing any enlargement of the federal the movement tttfor the improve- for both Protestants and the Po-mEVERY TMVii R)U i dtCHAHD, Titrilrtc, tin- - master medicine authority over commerce that would ment of the domestic L ani Catholics, being 33.6 per cent LAWN AN'IJ 3ARDEN. mid reconstructive tonic, is fold detract from the powers now exercised mals of the United States, nnd for the former and 33.3 per cent for by stnto bodies. They will be followed exclusively in CLAY (JllT by Eu-tn- n shortly by ofllcials of railway labor ,its splendid of raising the the latter. The increase in the seatdenizations who nro expected to' reg- atnndarils i ijetlie breeding of ing capacity of the churches has kept & AlcGuire. H. F. Ilil'enmeyer & Sons. ister their opposition to tho increase Lexington, Ky. Other exclusive agents in near- of governmental nuthority over wages better cattle, iiliois. sheep and pace with the increase in population, capacity being G9.2 per nnd conditions of labor. by towns ure i follows: Nurser .1:0 mbcc iJii. .horses is eeryVh'ero evident. It the seating . Chief interest In Stanton at Ilardwick & Co.; tcrs In the proposalstbe hearings cen-- teaches a r e a it - ohiect lessons cent of the population in 1890, comthat will be put 190G. B'we::, Day and King; College forward by representatives of the rail- which no one idterested iirlive pared with G9.5 per cent in The average seating capacity per orTHE W" -MTK, Hill, Uinter Bros.; ..Torrent, roads, for It Is reported that they will stock and anril;ulture can afford ganization for the Protestant bodies advocate an extension of federal au- to miss, and is Reserving of the Ivy. of Winchester, I. Taylor Day; Irvine, Irvine thority over rates and securities to the hearty support; n,nd. patronage of taken together was 317, and for the Dftig (Jo.; Genet, Genet. Gash practical exclusion of state control of the American, agriculturist.'' Roman Catholic church, 43G. 'With Capital Sto $100,000 Store; Wultersville, Henry Wul-dro- these mutters. It Is understood also that the single exception of the Poman will go on record in favor of fed. and Beatlyville, Thomas they incorporation UP. atuolic church all the dcnomiua- - Surplus nr Tmvkled of nil railroad lines. eral fcv ttjno.ooo Profits 1'ryse. I t 10ns showed an average seating ,T VT Legislative Program of Ftaijpads. obcapacity much in excess of the ST. Holly From an authorltntlvc- source Is l' i'sident. Notice to Hunters. tained tho following outline of tho legaverage membership. For the ProtSV. R. Si islative program which the rallroa'ds .ishier. estant bodies the average seating caAll persons are hereby notified will ask tho commlttco to consider In pacity was three times the average YOUR will endeavor that 'no bunting "will no allowed Ita Investigation: They TPED. to demonstrate to the commission that nienibcrship per organization, while upon' the lands of the undendgutd. one of the principal defects hi the presfor the Roman Catholic church the ent system of railroad regulation is ..John Scott, ARinmnnuni tramnjutmnainmrnjatitpi nitin. uito rnj aiTniitnararBiama average membership was almost SVi of coordination resulting from the lack E. D. Curtis, times the average seating capacity. regutbe simultaneous nnd contllctlng, Edwin Rose, Indianapolis News. lation by tbe federal government and by the 48 states. They will, therefore, i J. E. Burgher. (niches! Award). ask that entires governmental control Additional names added to ubove of tbe rates and practices of Interstate I .'IM. I A safe, old fMfcioacd tor 25 cents each. carriers, except purely local matters, bo placed in the hnuds of a federal remedy for ymmi. Printed cards "POSTED", two body so that Interstate tratllc may be for five cents. Serorty-Gr- a year caAhiV regulated without referenco to state"! I PacificExposHiom HIGHEST PRICES PAID out uie it the bettUrfaioDitl lines, leaving to tbe state commissions I I TI FRErs.vERMifqbecM A Clogged System lust Be Cleared, Jurisdiction only over local mutters and ' M1UJ on Day y Ramlttance ' offer you. Shipment U ReceWeJ You will find Dr, King's New local public utilities. As a part of this KrabottWlwan galuwL It . Mil hcla tp tbe We mm Utvr plan, a compulsory system of federal Commission to Pay Life Fills a gentle yet effective lax- Incorporation is to be recommended, I NEW INTERNATIONAL Write for Price Uit . J 1 ttDtttl Uok: r i yovtESt ative for removing impurities from accompanied by federal supervision of wrely you. tfod lj niPj) ZJc, the system. Accumulated waste railroad stock and bond issues. Superiority of Educational Merit M. Sabel & Sons tkfiroapar. A reorganization of the This new creation a",,wcra with poisons the blood ; dizziness, bili- Commerce Commission will interstate &. S." be asked, EtUUliUJ ISS( LwrpertUj L E. final author' ity all k - u f puzzling ousness and pimply, muddy com In order to enable tho commission propBALTlHBRCf LOU13VIU.E, KY. aa "II ; u J'nemysl questions plexion are the 'distressing effects. erly to exorcise Its Increased powers; is Flan-dent- 1' pronounced?" "V proposed that tho preparation "Whatisac, una A dose of Dr. King's New Life It is also ' and prosecution of cases against the will assure you a railroads shall be delegated to somo Pillls is white coal"' "llm latitat pronounced?" nndthc"yn 1'ofotliera; GREASE free, full bowel movement in the other agency of the government, possb DAKIEL BOONE "WE.. More than 400,000 Vocabu'ary Tems. bly tho Department of Justice, so that 39,999 Ceorraphlcal Subjects. 12,960 morning. At your Druggist,25o.ady. USE" the commission may devoto its enerKograpHcal Entries. (Jer 609O Hhf gies to Its administrative functions. traUess. 2700 Pajes. The only diction, K ary frith the divided pafi- t- a stroke efr With the commission thus relieved And don't genius. of some of Its present duties and equip, . WHEN YOU WANT 1 u. ni pdd to handle Its business moro prompthave to crease HAIR OUT railroads will urgo that the pely, the A SHAVE OR riod durlugjwbich tho commission may but once a OS ANY ,W tne. a aet ol now suspend proposed liicrcgses In IV U't Mux It i rates.be reduced 'from tcu mouths week. TQN80RIA1 WORK days, with provision for reparation to be paid to tbe shippers It tbe && OALL ON suable, vance-Bhubedwta V ky- - CHAS. C. STOLL OIL CO. LexlwgtoH, Ky. They will' ako ask that ibe commie-sliH. H. PSIRiaO. .given, tkg power to preeerje be - "Thousands of persons drag alons from morning until night without energy or ambition. They are not sick enough to go to bod. but they Jack the zest of life. They aio Just half sick." Such was the statement of the Tan lac .health expert, who has created widespread comttfent by his original ideas.' Ho continued: "You can't have good health If you have poor digestion. Washington. Nov. 20. Ten members of Congress, Ave Senators and five' members of the House of Representa- Raiso the Best. , Ool. Ffiirtc0. Lowdcn of KFinrtip in n recent inter-viethr&tti'vn interesting light on his .interests when, he said he once a'wnwa short-horbull flint hadWjm blue ribbons thrnughont,the United States and that he regarded the raising of t hia anmalfafeoae of the Ore-conuchiove-mentsrif'liuylffe iV PAys Today's Magazine, monthly, " Woman's World, Home Life, Home and Farm, semi-monthl- y, .50 .50 .50 .50 $6.00 All sent One Year for $3.50. "'rjiebreiiig semi-month- , 'atk'r Ad-ams- y re-lie- . is out-that- lt an wb, FTBR - If ' 17' FormeOmkiTL vermiru 6e ')k ! ni tntii:.-- DictionanesPii Ill BH IJ I WEBSTSS Tyt l: i i PU'-l- at-t- r ht "'mat AM ' 1 te-0- p, How it Works with Some. Local Brevities Charlie Mapel, of Irvine, is .a business visitor in the city. Mrs. B. S. Thomas, of Davton, Ohio, has returned from a visit to relatives near the city. Roscoo Bdwmau has returned home from Arcaln, III. where he has been for several months. We can do very well even Thero is the greatest demand liero for H. G. Crabtrce'o fine cannel coal, but it is not coming. There are tons of the finest coal in the mines at Wilhrst and plenty of miners ready and will, ing to put the coal on the cars. They can get no cars to ship out coal from these mines, not Such tobacco as you never thought could be is yoiws to r c ommanci quick as you buy 'some Prince a Albert aricl fire-u- p pipe or a iwme-mad- e cigarette! withstanding the fact hundreds of cars of coal go over the road weekly. Mr. Orabtree has been able to get but two cars to ship out coal, in the last three months while other "ifffnes have been This getting hundreds of them. is not fair, and shows another without turkey this Thanksgiving now that we don't have any crow to eat. Mack Fotts returned to his home at Dayton, Ohio, Tuesday, relreason why tlieL.'&N. should after a few days' visit with atives at Waltersville. be made to give up the L. & E. road, which would have no interDr. J. E. Goodwin will be in est or combine with the large his office at Clay City Dec. 5th miners to choke out the small and remain two weeks. Those ones. desiring dental services please come in at once. Changes Hands. Prince Albert gives you every ' tobacco satisfaction ytur smoke-appeti- te ever, hankered ron will r..di "Pro-- The Kentucky Magazine will Quite a number of hogs have be taken over by a stock com been butchered in the past two pany January 1, and begin issu weeks on account of the favora ing the periodical regularly from bio weather and the high price of that date. In consummating corn being fed to them. this deal no issue of the maga zine will be put out in December. 0. 0. Dauiel attended court at An office has been opened in Mt.- Winchester Monday and while - for. That's because if s made by process taxi curs our, bite and prch! Prince Albert has always been soldfeithout coupons or premiums. We prefer& give quality 1 HKfiM TP lit! M &3 (BH1 1 I I . there purchased twenty-onsteers. Mr. Daniel reNo More Backache for Her. ports that all cattle were bring, Mrs. J. M. Gaskill, Etna Green Ind., writes: "I suffered from ing good prices.severe backache, and 6hurp pains The County Road Engineers shooting through my back until Association will hold their meetI could not stoop over and get up ing this year at Bowling Green, without aid. Urinary trouble Jan. 17, 18, 19 and 20, and every seemed to be the cause of it. all engineer in the State should atA single box of Foley Kidney Pills gave me such relief that I tend this meeting. cannot praise them too highly." Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Whitt and This standard remedy for kiduev son and Mrs. Groves, left yester and bladder ailments can be tak- day afternoon, by .auto, for Lex en with safety for backache, ington, where a Thanksswollen ankles, and rheumatic giving turkey awaits their attenpains. Sold everywhere. in the, tion at dinner Albert Skidmore, one of the hospitable home of Mr. mid Mrs. wealthiest citizeus of Montgom Jas. B. Hall. ery couuty, and among the best Rheumatism Follows Exposure. known, died suddenly while load In the rain all day is generally ing hay. He was about 80 years followed oy painful twinges of old and a veteran of tho Union rheumatism or neuralgia. Sloan's in the Civil War. L.niment will glv you quick Pine-T' and prevent the twinges from Relieves A Cold. e 550-pound 40-pouto-da- Sterling. Irihge Albert the national joy amohe has a flavo8B 'different as it is delightful You never tasted the like of it! And that hjtstrange, either. Men who think- they -can't smoke a pipe or roll a ciga- ft rnnce Bay Princ Albtrt fry rette can smoke ana win smoKe u tney use t in tehtrm tobacco it not yet given P. A. a tryr Albert. And smokers who have loppy rid bag; Set tHy ni Mt '; s tint, 10c t handtomi pound f iJ humiend half-poudor and that corking fin pound cryttal-gia,httml-d- or top thatketp with iComing their way as soon as they invest in Prince Albert tobacco will tell its own story 1 out certainly have a big surprise and a lot of enjoyment a supply. mtachcUwtrim th! tobacco mlwajtt Jbrth R. J.REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., Money. Winston-Salem,-- N. C CutUhls Out It is y -- -I ..I Don't miss tine, 'but 'out this slip, enclose with 5c and mail it to Foley, & Co., .Chicago, name-an- d III., -. STANTON COLLEGE, KY. re-li- ef ar conDr. Bell's tains nil the soothing elements of the forest. It heals the irritated membrane, and by its antiseptic properties loosens the phlegm, you breathe easier, and wh'at promised to be a severe cold has been broken up. For that stulTed-u- p feeling, tight chest or sore throat take a dose of Dr. Bell's and prevent a wearing, hacking cough dragging through the At your Druggist, 25c. adv. Pino-I'ar-HonPine-Tar-Hon- win-te- r. Wisely says one writer, "when you start to work in the morning with a grouch give the grouch lu a dog and then kill the unprofitable dog." sheep-killing It's u turning. long worm that has no FOR SALE. Four-roocottage and three lots in north end of city. T. B. Ballard, Apply to IU3 East Third St., Loxiugton, Ky. BOOKKEEPING BttlneM,Pboiiography TYPEWRITING and WLlflkR.SM ITHIUSINESS ifMl V II. H IK K. TELEGRAPHY COLLEGE hu jntmot lU Pruldent IiimIbnu. nlw eiptrUno la rotrcmtiU r4nrtln VXI'U ad bnkln !lTII,Lxtl(toU,U7. For flood Bartering Try A; P. Johnson In the old stand, next to the Red River Hotel. Shampooing and Scalp Treatment foi 1017, a ualenilartr. the new year. It is decldy unusual, 'Stuffed-uhead," dogged up and strikingly.artisti.The' oolorx nose, tight chest, sore throat are are well chosen and ewkly blesdsd, sure signs of eold, and Dr, King's It waB made prini'irfTyrhowevcr, New Discovery is sure relief. A for actual use, aud i"Jse" num'd dose of this combination of an-- the Practical Home UglernieV. iseptio balsams soothes the in hat"Groat oaks froiirlNttle ucorns ed membrane, clear thu head, grow." Heed aud loosens the phlegm, you brcuthe 8UV0 the peniiie8. easier miu realize your cold is broken up. Treat a cold persist. Credhers' NkV. ently; half-wameasures leave a All urcditorn of tliy wtate of Tho. lingering cough. Take Dr. King's Welch will file theirSUltus prop New Discovery until your cofd is erly provenbefore t fSjiBlHietrH- gone, for 4 years tuo iavorite tor ou or before let of. r,fi?17 remedy for yountr and old. At P. y. i your Druggist, 50v". Adv. ting and threatened proceedings The population of Kentucky against foop storage.; coucemB. on Jan. 1st, 1917, will bo 2,880,. Eggs have gone down? .turkeys 8G0, according to estimate made have dropped in price mid, wheat by the census bureau, nn esti is off in price. Th&;farmer hav mate based upon the increase as ing disposed of the 'tftjjority of shown by the federal ceususes of these products is lighl'x effected. 1000 and 1910. Ou Jan. JlBt, 1910 BeawUfMl C Kentucky's population wasesti- The publishers ohMJ&e Youth' mated to be 2,872,412, and on as ! July 1st, 2,879,089. These fig Companion are preseBteg,. ways at this season, tart every sub- ures show a healthy growth of jcriber whose subscription la paiu of the State's population. Changing Seasons Bring Colds. p becoming torture. It quickly penetrates without rubbing and snoths the sore and aching joints. For sore, stiff, exhausted muscles that aohe and throb from overwork, Sloan's Liinnient alTords quick re sluggish bowals. 'Sold .every-wherlief. Bruises, sprains and other ' minor injuries to children are High Prices Hit JK quickly soothed by Sloan's Liniment. Get a bottle at your The high cost of living has been Drnggits, 2fc. Adv. given a serious setbacks his week on account of a 8ystemof boycot Kentucky's Population. e. writing your address clearly. You will receive in return n trial package containing Foley's Honey an(i Tar Compound, for bronchial' coughs, colds and croup; Fjoley Kidney Pills, for lame back,- , weak kidneys, rheumatism, bladder troubles, aud Foley Cathartic Tablets, a wholesome au'd thorough ly cleansing catnartla tor consti-"a- t ion, biliousnesp, headache and - STANTON, 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 Tci m. ' By paying part of their Expenses in Work, Students may get" Rates at the Dormitory as low as $1 5 9 per Week. y For Information Write to Rev. J. C. Hanley, President, Stanton, Ky. , Low Prices and High Quality $ -- If 'a have a large stock of general mer vhandi.se, shoes, groceries, etc., and ire know that by dealing with us You Can Save Money We try to Jceey oar stock eotjflete and oar aim is io give every customer full value for their money. Give us a trial. ' 1 S tliiaai)n i y Henry. Waldron WALTERSVIM-E- , - - KENTUCKY