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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): December 7, 1916 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1916 cla1916120701_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.): December 7, 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. s. THE CLAY1CITY TIMES J. E. Burgher, Publisher. v We are Here, to Help Clay Cttyc Surrounding Country and Ourselves. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. ' VOL. XXI. ' CLAY CITY, KY,,;Tfil.ftSDAY. DECEMBER 7. 1916. STANTON. (By P. O. Dcrtkick.) NO. m Famine in Paper Causing Suspensions Eight weekly aewtpnpers have been forced to suspend publica tioo because of the high cast of paper. Tlie Typographical Jour ual says that U. Thornton Libby, who for twenty five years has What is a Life Term? In a public address a few weeks ngo Gov. Stanley arraigned the jurios of Kentucky for the geuer al prevalence of lawlessness. Now read, this Frankfort tele gram": ''Governor Stanley pardoned Bart Uelielier, of Pike county, who began a life sentence at the reform ntory for murder last October. ;Ea's Read. Tho Estill" county road situa tion is very promising since that county h'asfeieod its roads for oil. Tho county 8jo get royalty amKthe .company who gets the Iea8eTas8umes all risk for damages,-- . ' Jids estimated that should ftftyayerage producing wells be ijfo'n'bd, on the county roads, tho county's yearly income from this ;inuTC0 would be enor mous. EtjougU in fact to brick pave everyvimporttrnt'road in the county in justfii few years. This shodJdp.ut a bug iu Powell's ear.rWe are wailing for good roada-bv- er here, and we want them everywhere. one-fourt- h published eight country papers at Portland, Maine, has closed up his business. Many other small papers are going out- of business beqause of the boost in the cost of paper. Some weekly papers, including our neighbor, tho Irvine Sun, have increased their rates to 82 a Many dnily papers have ypar. increased subcription rates from 0 to 12 cents a week, and adver tis'ing rates are advancing all over the country. The paper makers say that after Jan. 1st there will be another increase in tho cost ot print paper, and they only promise to iili orders for a few months ahead. The reserve supp'y at the mills is gradually being consumed and the situa tiou becomes more serious every - day. Until Jan. 1st, the Olay City Times will nccept subscriptions at 75 cents per year. After thar-datthe price will necessarily be one dollar. Douglas Montgomery Chairman. LindBoy Douglas was chosen Democratic Chairman at Mt. Stefrli'ng. Monday. . He is the y yititwflwpreseat'Deputy County Clerk and Is a youug man of wide acquaint ance and popularity, who gained considerable notice as an organ- - izer and who was chairman of the McOhesney Campaign Com mittee in the last gubernatorial primary. He is also a staunch 'supporter of Senator Beckham ami an ardent advocate of Statewide-prohibition. Mr. Douglas is a son of Thos. J. to many of Douglas, ' our readers. He is also connect ed with the Knox family in this well-known county. ' Forest Fires Very Damaging. Daring the month of November forest fires in Morgan, Pike, Johnson, Jackson, Lowis, Bell, Christian and Harlan counties burned over 5,010 acres of land, The fires caused a loss of $2,586 in timber, $7,703of jonng growth and $554 of improvements, moat, ly fences. Five of the fires originated from railroads, nine from hunters, one from a sawmill, two from ohildren,burning leaves and 'the origin of eleven of them is unknown. NOTICE! On account of complaints boon made to the Board of Trustees of Clay City, Ky., by the citizeus for uot having some place to take their rubbish, etc., except throwing it in the river, which is a violation of tho law, and very iucouvemeut to some, the citizons of the east end of the town and the west end are hereby notified to solect some spot that belong? to tho town for this purpose and agree upon it. Then notify tho Board of their selection for tho place to be used. hav-"ni- g with $100,000; from $10,000 to $25,000; Mrs. WaWs Gkd News. Mra. Lilly Belle WaUou, living 2144 with incomes from 83,000 near this oily, has just been no to $10,000. Of this number there tified of the socoud oil well is not a one from Powoll drilled in on her farm lying on county. South Fork, near Furnace, but The PeweH Field. n this county. The well is re The Patrick leases iu this coun- barrels. The ported at thirty-fiv- e ty pave to date muo good oil first well waB good for fifteen barrels. The Powell field is be wells on theinwhilo Frank B. ginning to show up good at last. Russoll has foujrand two more drilling, soon W bo in. These Bank Report wells added tntMrs. Wateon's The Olay City National Bank wells and OtharStprevioualy rePowell gives has one of its splendid reports iu ported from oj this issue of The Times. The de bright promisesTthat tLiis county posits uro up to more than $122,. will, in duo coarse of time, be 000, and the report otherwise come a very prMuotive spot for shows the bank to be iu its usual gil operators,,- flourishing condition. The SwwTSy Powell. School Entertainment. There stniwt5.be no other The school at Argyle, taught by town in the J Httd States except Mrs. Myrtle Burgher, gave an en MiddletQwnOlgtaY for some of tertainment Nov. Silrd, Tho at the people of.tkfeMptlon judging tendance was large. All the pat from" the way'UfcajTinigrato to rons wore present and were de that plac.-4wf- tj County Trj lighted wit tho rehearsals. buue. $25,000 In Madison county last Sunday Green David&On was shot and killed while resisting arrest.. He will be romeinbered as one of the .witnesses- - against Tom Wal lace and others chaged with the death of Huston Underwood at Irvine a fewryars ago. He was serving a'Ye'rm in the pen for robbery, an&had escaped from Forward te Greater Prosperity. a gang-- of-- convict road workers As we must live iu this couutry in. Pike conntv. Douclas Younir. officer trying to together, fight out the battles of father life together and ultimately be make thearrest, was wounded gathered unto dust and to judge with bird shot. His brother, Rob ment together, let us forget that ert Davidson,? was jalso shot and hitherto we were Republicans or mortally wounded. Democrats and henceforth be Mail Clerk .New Buyiag. Farms. friends and neighbors and com rades, forgetting rjiyjqc ' and 31. V.- Caldrt'ell.'a Q'i& C. mail strife, and the bad temper or po- clerk, during wheat harvest in litical division, and moving in vested every dollar he had iu one column forward to greater wheat, and borrowed all the mon prosperity, greuter happiness, ey he could borrow fur the same better citizenship aud universal purpose. He unloaded this wheat peace. Lexington Herald. a few weeks ago at the prices. His profits are Goes South with Sheep. said to be $200,000, and he is in N. V. Rose left Saturday for vesting this: money in Bluegrass some point in Alabama with a land to raise hta own wheat hereconsignment of thoroughbred sheep for the farmers of that after. section. These sheep are shipped Kentucky's lucerne Tax. by the famous Walnut Hill Stock In this. Scute for the lust fiscal Farm, of Fayette county. year, there was one person with Mr. Rose took a load of sheep an income of fome $200,000 to to Colorado in tho fall for this $250,000; two. with incomes of Farm, and be gave them sugh 150,000 to $200,000; five with in satisfactory service in disposing comes of$100',000 to $150,000; of them that he haB been engag109 persons with incomes from ed to take this second load. 440 to bf-tfie Sentenced in October to a lifo term in the penitentiary, in No. vomber a fortunate citizen of Pike receives a pardon from a Governor who sought a few weeks ago to put on an indefinite and constantly changing jury re spnsibility for that lawlessness which disgraces Kentucky The record of the Governor in this pardon policy nulifies tho work of the jury, and makes the criminal classes believe that murder is no crime iu Kentucky. Think of a life sentence,, imposed by a jury, becoming lim ited by the Governor to one month sentenced "for life" in October; released by a pardon in November! Louisville Post. GreerT Davidson Killed ,;t - Frenchburg with a friend of theirs from their old homo town. Mr. A. J. Birry, one of the Willie Conoway of Mt. Canaan best experienced oil men of Esis very sick with typhoid fever. till county, reports Robert. MorMr. and Mrs. J. O. Hanley ris as being a splendid tool drees-e- r spent Thanksgiving in Losing-toe- . Miss Nannie McNabb, who has James French of Montgomery been spending the fall with her county wa3 here during Court mother, Mrs. Bottie Johnson, has week. returned to her position in HamMiss Minnie Conlee is visiting ilton, Ohio. Pink Welch vn acquitted by in Winchester with Mrs. Chester a jury of having apDropriated to Pen real I. John Napier and Mrs. Laura his own use some of the stock Shearer were married one day left on the farm after the death of his father. the past week. Missis Mabel and Edna Morris Fred Blackburn, Jesse Crowe and sou Charley, were in Win- spent Saturday and Sunday with their mother, Mrs. Sarah Morrip, chester last Friday. and have returned to their work Mrs.- - Walter Thacker and sisin the Estill oil fields. ter, Mabel Boone, visited in LexAmoag the lawyors who atington the past week. tended circuit court here were The Clay City boys came up J. Smith Hays of Winchester, Thanksgiving and licked our Floyd Byrd of Lexington and boys in a Basket Ball game. Kelly Kash of Jackson. Miss Mintie Witloughby has Miss Margaret Mansfield, who returned from her visit to her i8 spending the winter in Florbrother at Middletown, Ohio. ida, has been advanced a grade Anyone losing a ring can have in hor school work. This spoaku the same by describing same and well for Stanton College. tell what the initials are ou it. Rev. Sherman Hobbtns was A family by the name of Cook called to Berea Sunday by the has moved into the rooms over illness of his daughter who is atthe bank and are housekeeping. tending school there. He wan unable to (ill his appointment at Miss Alice Ohilds spent two Bowen. diiy a in Winchester last week Mra. Aaa Jones returned home haviVg-8ome dental work done, Sunday, after a two weeks' visit Win. John son made his weekly with relatives and friends in Estrip to L. & E. Jet. where he is till county. Mrs. Jones reports-tha- t helping in the grist mill there the oil business is progressMrs. A. J. Mcintosh of Knowl- ing nicely. sick for the toil, who Miss Pearl Jones has returned past ten months, is improving home after a brief visit with her slowly. cousin Mr. and Mrs. James of Knowltou and with Misses Miss Ida Paisley spent last Fri Edna and Mabel Morris of FurRan-6oday with Mr. and Mrs. Neal at Clay City, She reports a nace. fine day. James Herd of Athens, Tenn., Morgan Boone, who has been a student at Berea College, spent at McRoberts for several mouths, Thanksgiving visiting his friend, They were is home visiting with friends and Miss Julia Evaus. formerly in tho same college in relatives. - prevail-ing,fanc- y has-bee- n No-la- nd u Mrs. S. K. Baird and daughter Bob Stone has takeu the agen of Gordontou, spent Thanksgiv ing with her father, Mr. J. W. cy for a new kind of kerosino Tennessee. es Williams. Mr. 'and Mra. Cowgill haro been visiting iu Louisville the past week, returning home Sun day night. Miss Lois Johnson went home with her school mate. Misa Alma McNabb, to Nada, and they had a good time. A. B. Hamilton and wife und daughter, of Frenchburg, spent Thanksgiviug with Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Lyle. Rev. Enoch Green of Spruce has bought Albert Logan's place and will move to it this week, so are informed. Mr. Jdhn nelton and Mrs. Ev- orott Benningfiold, of Morris wore married by Rev. J. Creek, T. Ad.inis, last week. William Hardwick was in Lex ington last week where he went to consult with Santa Oluus iu regard to Christmas goods. wo Misses Alice Hope aud Irene Thompson spent Thanksgiving at generator. It is claimed that a woman can cook a meal for a cent, on a stove, and no ;lr.:t or ashes of any kind, says Bob. Mrs. D. R. Clark, Mrs. Bottie Hardwick and Mr. and Mrs. Rob ert Ewen, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Coulee in They are as their new home. cozy as doves iu their new abode. J. S. Ewen will kill a hog this week that weighs 050 pounds by the scales. That beats Mr. Sew- ell's hog that you mentioned lust. Who can beat Stanton weok. for big hogs, anyway? Come, let ub hear from you ! We are informed that Richard Crowe will preach the Christmas sermon on tho 21th, and one or more sermons before he leaves for Kimborlin Heights, Tenn., where he expects to resume his studies at Johnson Bible School. Willie Polfroy of Mt. Canaan had the misfortune to have his clothes all burned up. His wifo (Continued on Iast Pago) .t ' V '. mt THE J. E. Burgher, Entered as ter at tho Post TIMES. second-cIaBS SPOUT SPRING Mrs. Joe. Olark is at tho home of hor mother, Mrs. Nannie Pry- Publisher. or, with n severe attack of mea sles. o mail mat'Jordan Barnott has purchased nt Clay City, the ohnT Wright place of fifty-tw(vy., nnder tho Act of Congress of ncres'from Harrison Strange March 3, 1879. for $1,800.' Office-- f t t t V t HffiU)WIfiK & COMPANY t ? t I mm A HOME-MA- DE PAPER PEC. 7, 1910. THURSDAY, Several Marion McKiuney, of Win chester, is spending a few days with his brother, Thomas S. McKiuney. Munson Ourtis has moved from the farm of Mrs. Nannie Pryor to the place formerly owned by Vinson Burris. Prof. H. F. Christopher is in structing a class in vocal music at Jackson's Chapel. There is a lesson given each night. Mrs. Ed Mcintosh of Flanagan Stut ion, Olark county, is spending a few days with Elder Geo. W. Mcintosh and family and heX: nut on Mrs. Robert Mcintosh. instead more power, and the car lunged Harrison Strange huuirht two down the hill. t6od cows from Jordan Burnett This accident is food for for $G5.00 each. Mrs. Strange thought and precaution and also bought, a nice young horse shows the necessity for a univer from Rankin Barnettfor $180.00. sal system of all cars for similar Dave Snnw'deu moved to Winoperations. At best the auto chester last week, where he will Studebaker wagons. mobile is dangerous, so too much Mr, b irber care in handling cannot be hau resume thea good trade. Suowden is farmer and a We. htandle Queen Quality shoes for women, Walk-Ove- r good citizen whom we regret to There was considerable interest lose. shoes for men, Stetson and Astor brand hats. Hart, Schaff- shown in most all parts of the Berry Barnett ha moved his State Mondav in the selection of ner and Marx and Matchless brand clothing. Arrow brand Democratic chairmen to serve saw mill from the Stone setting to Carter Reynold's place near the next four years. Likewise here whore he will saw a bound shirts and collars. was there much concern Saturday ary of pine timber for Mr. s. goods and learning. If you believe in buying about the election of precinct T committeemen. The contest was Oarter Van Oleve, of Wolfe us. where you can get the most for your money between the drys and the wets county, who purchased the Sid Townsend place a few weeks for the party machinery. In Powell county there was no ago, will get possession of his new he interest taken at the precinct will farm March 1st, whenVan move to same. Mr. meetings Saturday or the county Cleve is a Minister of the Meth meeting Monday. In fact we odist church. learn that no ineehui: at all was To the People of Kentucky: held at Santon Monday. From the vital Matistics of the So ;ii o milk cans aro said to be Statu Board of Health and othf r supplied with false bottoms reliable sources weleurn that our which can carry a different arti beloved State is seriously infect olu to milk ut. the same time. ed with the Great WTiite Plague These false bottoms are used in which carrying death and des .1 Ixf some dry territory, it is claimed, uiauon nm inousanua ot our to carry liquor to persons who homes, and otherwise interfering ply the bootlegging trade in dry with the happiness, welfare aud counties. While the device is prosperity of our State. It has quite ingeuious, the whiskey veil also been reliably reported that dors have been trapped by shrewd between live thousand and six oflicials .who really want to put thousand of our people die andown the trullic. nually from consumption and patent, and the senl of tho Commonwealth to beihereunto affix d that others are edThe good farm papers are now JS. afllicted, who will ultimately die, lilling their recipe columns with Done at Frankfort) the Second unless they receive proper care of December, In the year of our oggless uud butterless cakes for and attention. Lord, one thousaniTnine hundred tljp holiday baking. It might ho The medical profession has dis and sixteen, and inthe One mil There are times In every woman's life when she possible that the high prices for year of the covered that tuberculosis is chub-c- dred and twenty-fift- h needs a tonic to help her over the hard places. commodities may drive these When that time comes to you, you know what tonic by a specific germ conveyed Uom inon wealth. m people to pick up substitutes alto take Cardul, the woman's tonic. Cardui is comBy A. 0.j5tanlpy, in the sputum of those afllicted, together whi re the high price and is posed of purely vegetable ingredients, which act GoVernQfo.f Kentucky. therefore preventable. gently, yet surely, on the weakened womanly organs, prevails, which may later ser with By JameBp'Lewis, proper care aud and helps build them back to strength and health. iously cripple the market perSecretarof State. It has benefited thousands and thousands of weak, manently. By ailing women in its past half century of wonderful With a view to tho suppression .Asst. Sgg of State. success, and it will do the same for you. Tho saying that politics and of this wide spread scourge, it has You can't make a mistake In taking running forollico has broke many been commended by the Kenu man, seems to be applicable to tucky Tuberculosis Commission, WANTED! the late Republican uominee for as well as by the National AssoPresident, as he is now adver- ciation for the Study ud Pre The Cafola oibinfet Phono-fo- r tising for Hile his handsome vention of Tuberculosis, that we gragh is now ready the home in Washington through a hereby set apart December 8rd dealers tleoulvHbiuet phonreal estate agent. ograph to reach people at to 10th as Tuberculosis Week. Miss Amelia Wilson, R. F. D. No. 4, Alma, Ark.? MarveloiiBjiw beauty, $15. The physicians of the State-arsays: "I think Cardul Is the greatest medicine on earth, The income corporation fax for Selling for women. Before I began to take Cardui, 1 was Kentucky this year over last is also requested to assist in the wonderful in tolJe. - wate(l-Writso weak and nervous, and had such awful dizzy medical inspection of tho school agents in every In the whole country it spells and a poor appetite. Now I fee! as well and for our d;riptive lit No wonder Woodrow children of the various schools on is IM'o as strong as I ever did. and can eat most anything." day, iu order erature. The Kffucky fitn'e medical inspection came in for a second term. Begin taking Cardul today. Sold by all dealers. to discover children suffering Distributing C6.,lHjeofporated, from tuberculosis and to prevent Solo Kentucky ranks third of all the "Infection of others with whom Diatributorsr the Stito , ot Kentucky, UOtyler Bldg., the United States iu the produc- they are associated. tion of liquor. ' A shameful poIn testimony whereof, I have Louisville, Ky.ggJ;I caused these letters to be made sition of rank'. persons enjoying nn automobile rido in Boyle county last week not in bad when they topped a hill Mind started down the other side. The chauffeur, accustomed to handling a ma chine of different make, put on , " but instead of his Blowing the speed increased, and the nuto went over an embankment pinioning the whole party under it, all badly hurt. The caused by the driver being accustomed to u car which was "fed" by a downward push of a lever, while the one he was running fed by a reverse op eratiou; so, when he wanted to "slow-downslow-dow- n, Joe Barnes and Mrs. Mcintosh, widow of the late (Sick) Bill Mcintosh, were married Thurs day, Nov. 80, Eld. A. Easter t t J t t t Fall and Winter Goods, t 2' OurFall and Winter Goods are now in. We invite you to callrand see them and get our prices. We handle up-to-ilN ? f T T v .? dateand good Merchandise, and at prices that " . will save ev-eny'thi- ng T 4 T youj money. f T T to carry as near as possible the people want. It will .pay you to call when in It is our aim ready-to-wea- t t f t T t f t t t T T t t y 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, meri'-- 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 becls, springs, mattresses, blankets, comforts, .cots, trunks, suit cases, grips, oil carpets, sewing machines, saddles,-HaVnessHardware, queensware, groceries, Bain wagons, s . , i - liey-nold- up-to-da- te T -- t t t T t T J r T Hardwick Co t t f T f s r STANTON. t t ? thirty-thousan- 11MIIIIIIII You Need a Tonic CARDUI The Woman's Tonic Has Helped Thousands. I d -- - - Jf"' e 10. t8'n e EPIDEMIC OINET NEW POLICY NEEDED . 6- - rv 'A V TO". V I r, vv $4 Necessary to Secure Relief From Ves Town3end of Millers Creek High Cost of Living May Thus Be was mingling with friends and Provided For by the Railroads. Farm, semi-monthl- y, Home Washington, Nov. 28. A new policy relatives here last Friday. It's hero. of government rnllroad. regulation, Marion Johnson of Crawfords-ville- , Have you caught It yet? Total Value, based on constructive principles of Ncnrly everybody, .nearly everywhere, Ind., visited V. 0. Martin helpfulness and encouragement Instead 1ms it. It's taking. It's catching. It's He upon principles of repression and Inst Friday and. Saturday. easy to tell who has It. The symptotna of punishment, was urged, by Alfred P. moved to Indjaua some twenty are a breezy, cheery, happy, healthy, Railway Execucounsel hearty, energetic, ambitions look and Thom, Advisoryfor the Also Beautiful 1917 Calendar FREE. tives' Committee, the first years ago. n smile. witness on behalf of the railroads beIt's the "Tuulac Smile." People who fore the Ncwlands Joint Committee on SOWER. THE POST is one of the best daily papers published in Kenhave been relieved of suffering and re- Interstate Commerce, which has Institucky and gets to' Powell county postoffices in the morning with stored to the full enjoyment of health tuted a general Inquiry hito the probMrs. Lena Wallace of Irvine-wai through taking Tan lac havo It. aj the news of the world and Kentucky the day before. The lems of railroad regulation. visiting her brother Elmer j . Tells How He pot It. "It Is proposed by the Joint resolumonthlies and Home and Farm are papers well H. II. Towson. salesman. 200O West tion of Congress," said Mr. Thom, "to White, here, lust week. worth their individual cost. Third street. Dayton, has the smile. go Into a comprehensive study of tho A. T. Knox and Mrs. Knox Dr. Mr. Towson Is a traveling salesman whole subject of transportation, to You know what The Times is to you. Send your order in who "makes" Ohio and Kentucky ter- make a new assessment, nfter 29 years were guests of, Elmer White and to this office with the $3.50 at once. ritory. f experiment, of Its history, Its pres- family, one day last week. "I wouldn't have tried Tanlac If I ent conditions and Its future needs. hadn't believed It would help me," Mr. The railroads accept the view that regAtty. Banfnrd White of Irvine ulation Is n permanent and enduring is rvrn rtwv here with his son Elmer, atpart of government In America and that the first duty of the carriers Is to tending to various business af- visiting home folks and seeiug TREES. the public. That duty Is to afford fairs. her many friends here, Saturday reasonable facilities on reasonable Mr. Welh of Bitli county was and Sunday. terms and at reasonable rates, and this FRUIT AND SHADE TREES, ' most bo done before any private Inter- here last week trying to net n Mrs. White and two daughters, Shrubs, Grape Vines, Rhubarb, Asests cati be considered." near this of this place, took Thanksgiving locatiou for a saw-mil- l Certainty, Safety and Sufficiency. paragus, Peonies, Phlox.. Roses, etc. ' . place. dinner it h Mr. and Mrs. James Mr. Tliom contended that the real InA' terest of tho public Is In being assured Mr. and Mrs. Dick Benningfield Holtnan and their friends from Free Illustrated Catalog of certainty, safety nnd sufficiency of and daughter; were the guests Fincastle, who were visiting No Agents. transportation facilities, rather than In J there that day. rates. The first consideration of the of Mr. nud Mrs. Albert Ewen, EVERY THING FOR ORCHARD, public Is to obtain transportation facili- las"f Sunday. Dr. and Mrs. A. T. Knox at LAWN AND GARDEN. ties. What the cost Is, Is In reality a We legret that Rev. Sherman tended our Sunday School last second consideration, he snld. ( Mr. Thom proposed an Increase of Rohbius was, from some cause, Sunday, and the Doctor gave .us H. P. Hillenmeyer & Sons. transportation facilities ns a method unable to fill his appointment quite an interesting talk on the of securing relief from the high cost and-o- n Lexington, Ky. mission work of bt i'aul of living. "There have been less than here last Sunduv. tha causes and events of his Nurserymen Since 1841. 1,000 miles of new railroad constructMiss Bertha Willotigbby and bondage. ed In the United States during the past year," he said, "less than In any year her sister, of Stanton, spent last ORPHANS' HOME ITEMS. since 1S18, except the period of the Saturday and Sunday with their THE WINCHESTER BANK, living Is grandua, James Willoughby. Civil War. and yet the cost of Gifts came last month from shortage of of "Winchester, Ky. H. H. Towson, Salesman, Who Tells dally advancing owing to a and Kentucky. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Fuller of Texas, Vhginia How He Got tho Popular New "Tan- supplies which might be remedied by securing uccess to new areas of pro- Stanton came, np in their auto lac Smllo." Alice Patrick and Jennie John Capital Stock duction. $100,000 Sunday, callitm "on Mrs. Virgil son spent Thanksgiving recess at must say (hat Towson sakl. "But Credit Must Be Improved. - pleasant visit. the home, returning to Stanton Surplus and Undivided got from taking Tanlac the results "This leads to the consideration as to Atkinson; u vnry beat anything; I expected. $200,000 Profits College on Monday. whether railroad credit Is as good as I suffered. I had u "Fur two yours Miss At tab Faulkner, who lives the public Interest requires. It Is Impain like heart-buralmost continualThose who were at the church N. Holly "Witherspoon, President. to cam enough with her sister at Stanton, was ly, and my throat would get hot as Ore. possible for railroads to supply the necessary new facilities and Thanksgiving service on the I hud (o be tulghty careful what 1 Cashier. R. Sphar rcvenun. They must be tho present systems nssure tho publl I can tell Solid fowls would from current ate. yo:i. 20th, enjoyed the elfective sing- W. gas provided from credit. Investors can- of the continued adequacy of trans ing of Mr. and Mrs. Seurles. pains, and the forming of would make inu feel as If I had a not be coerced, but must be nttracted." portatlon facilities. If they do not, no VOUR ACCOUNT SOLICITED. Among the conditions affecting railargument based on tho desirability of lump In my stomach. If any ono desires to contribwhich deter To top all that 1 had headaches. 1 road creditthe following: Investors he the present dual system of regulation ute to the offering for the suffer mentioned will be accepted by public judgment. was miserable mu.-i- t of tho time. "First, Railroad revenues r.re not Tho question of 'states' rights' Is not ing people of Europe, I would Heard of Many Helped. controlled by Investors, but are fixed involved. If tho regulation of transpor be glad to forward the same with A Nervous Woman Finds "Well, to cut the story short, news- and limited by governmental authority J tfftlon facilities privately owued should paper nfter newspaper In town after and not by ono but by several govern which has already fall government ownership must fol 'he amount Relief From Suffering:. (own had statements of how Tunlnc mental author'tlcs, which do not recogbeen given to hip. Supt. of the low, nud theu all power of the sjnt helped so many different pcoplo nize responsibility for assured results had Women who suffer from extreme Home. over the railroads would disappear. that I began to take It. I got my first to Investors and nro uncoordinated. nervousness, often endure much "Let us debate this question, then bottle of Tanlac In Cleveland. Did It "Second, Railroads cannot control Mr. R A. Chiles of Mr. Ster suffering before finding any relief. not upon any mere, theory or Jealous) help tne? IM1 say It helped mo. and tho government cannot and docs as to the distribution of governmental ling, and Mr. A. T. Whitt of Mrs. Joseph Snyder, of Tiffin, O., can cut nnythliur I want nud not not limit the expense account. "I had such an experience, reRardinu power, but upon the largo Issue of Olay City, helped to furnish the "Third. The present system of reguyny In pain iirterwards for tho pleas-m- e which she says: what the public Interest requires In "Six months I for the of satisfying uiy appetite. And lation H based on a policy of regulation respect of the assurance of adequatt Thanksgiving dinner was bedfast with there Is another thing I notice: I used nnd correction and not on a policy of transportation service." They were equal to children. nervous prostrato tlie'out quickly now It doesn't mat- helpfulness and encouragement. the occasion if you can judge "Fourth, Tho outstanding obligations tion. I had sink-Jn- s ter how much 1 am on the go I Mulsh lells, a cold, Klroiig. Ami the headaches they are of tho railroads have ulready exceeded from the way it disappeared. clammy feellns, tho financial rule of safety and Involvo things of the past. not stand "Yes." concluded Mr. Towson. "1 a disproportionate amount of obligaslightest WHEN YOU WANT surely do recommend Tuulac because tions bearing fixed charges. nccept a "Fifth, Tho Investor must At time It Is a great incdicluc." ) A SHAVE OR HAIR OUT subordinate obligation or security with W5 ypiMLii would almost no assurance of u surplus of earnings OR ANY Tunlnc, the master medicine to support It. ffii stomach very "Sixth. Other competitive lines of My huswenk. anil reconstructive tonic, in Bold T0NS0RIAL WORK - a( present f mh&t n band Insisted on exclusively in CLAY UlTi' by Eu-to- n "Seventh, Tho superior attractions. Is railroad business my taklnu Dr. CALL ON & McGuiro. largely controlled by political Instead Miles' Nervine, nnd 1 bosun to Improve considerations. H. H. PHERIGO. before I had finished tho first bottlo Other exclusive aen's in near- of business Forward, Not Back. Look until I was entirely cured." by towns lire aR follow: 11K3. JOSUril SNYDER. "We may debate about what has IC2 Hudson St.. Tlflln, Ohio. Stanton at Ilurdwick & Oo ; caused tho present conditions," said Many remedies are recommended Ilnwe::, D.y ami King; College Mr. Thom. "but wo cannot debate about A safe, old faj&ed for diseases of the nervous system Ti rront, whnt the people need. Tho President UriiB.; Hill, Uinli'r has taken the view that wo must look remedy (or w&nw. that fail to produce results because J. Taylor Day; Irvine, Irvine forward In this matter and 'make a they do not reach the scat of the Seveoly-fiv- e yeriMtMU. HIGHEST PRICES PAID Drug (!'. 5 Genet, Genet. Gush fresh assessment of circumstances' in Dr. Miles' Nervine has trouble. oui uk it the bet) Uthraenitl helpfully and Intelligentorder to Remittance Mailed on Dy , FREY'S. VERMlfUCS eatf proven its value in such cases so Store; Wultersvilio, Henry Wul-(iro- ly with deal problem. Abuses are tho U Received Shipment "' o8w you. many times that it is unnecessary t and Uuutt.v ville, Thomas uu more prevalent In the railroad busiNo Commission to Pay ktt' lM8liny to make claims for it. You can will twlf ness, txlny than In any other business tp M I'ryso. Write for Price U.t end (ml prove its merits for yourself b humanely conducted. Tho great quesShipping Tet Prpsbylerian Church. getting a bottle of your druggist, tion now la whether the existing ays tern of regulation gives tho public re 1 Mad x&iUl- who will return the price 'if you in ferns. UU M. Sabel & Sons Sunday School at 10 a. in. and liable assurance of sutllclcut present receive no benefit. 1 EUhUe USI lMnnt jirDHHlM"fp'rv( .every; Sunday nil future railroad facilities. E. & S. FR1Y MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind. LOUISVILLE. KY. "Those who pppojt) tiny imut Ever') body ' make their appeal, on the ground that Smile," and Relates Suffering Ha Endured Bofore Ha Discovered New Method of Relief. Fanners gathering corn. IN GOVERNMENT Turkey buyers and fur buyers thick as hops. tv RAILWAY CONTROL ThuksgfvingpasRed very quiet, Brer Rabbit1: staying close to his Notiiing Jo Fear, Though, as 3 Helpfulness and Encouragement den. Everett Randall, our teacher, It fMes Folks LaugS). Urged by Alfred P. Thorn, went home at' Stanton, Thanksgiving Day. v MANY ARE NOW INOCULATED Deputy Sheriff Faulkner was CREDIT MUST BE IMPROVED here last week, farter tho boys.'5 He wanted ' to'itttroduce them to H. H. Towson, Salesman, Describes Increase of Transportation Facilities the grand jury. How Ho Caught tha Popular Tanlao mmm fast EeadaDailyPaper! Notwithstanding 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 below: lie Louisville Evening Post, h E?. Clay City Times, weekly $3.00 1.00 Today's Magazine, monthly, Woman's World, Home Life, " .50 .50 and .50 .50 $6.00 All sent One Year for $3.50. s semi-month- ly 1 1 n -- Mothers use j MLiMl .Mi i Try Ifentlfuge ran XJ3 n, i ii'wi.11 la ilje m ' - Local Brevities Harris returned Monday from ft trip to Bcrca, MocUsou county. 1 two-wee- REPORT OF THE CONDITION 4217 E. Mrs. Joe King, in Mechanics ville, is reported some better, af ter severaT weeks of illness. Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Carr and son U. S. bonds deposited to seand Miss Knte Daniel, spent Sun cure circulation (parvaluo) 25,000.00 day with Mrs. Mary Belle Petltt. Securities other than U. S. bonds (not including stocks) owned unpledged .. 23,258.25 Marion Johnson, of Crawfords Stock of Federal Reserve bank, ville, Ind., is spending a few (60 per cent of subscription) 1,000.00 days with his brother, Win. Value of banking house,..,... 1,000.00 was out wsrnsftg. ana in some nt Olay City, in the State of Kentucky, manner wlujfSShe was in the at the close of business Nov. 17, 1010. house the fat out into the grass and turSid everything he RESOURCES. Loans and discounts $83,9)1 78 hud but the clothes he was wear: 838.00 ing at the tiniSjir-Overdrafts, unsecured had the out of thb hay loft while- - hafvfaB feeding the stock and wolBeverely hurt, with a broken bom!?.,. His Bon, Dr. Johnson, toqkhjtn to the hospital at Lexingrojawhere he is doing as well a&jcould be expected writing. at the time Among those; .vwliq attended the house pattygfven by Miss Mr. OF THE OLAY OITY NATIONAL BANK. (ContiiiviS3n'--Fira- t Page) What To Do When Backache Comes Oh Many People Find Quick Relief in Foley Kidney Pills When baCkacho comes on, and It seenis hb If you can't stand tho pain and pressure In your back and sides, do not feel that you must keep on JavieJqiinsou misfortune iohR John Guylord, l'ye very famous 1)lacksinith," has a very comfort able corner by a busy forge in Winchester. Win. Mount., jr., left Monday to resume his duties as store lreeper and guager, at Lamar in Morgan county. Win. Eaton and Mrs. Eaton have gone to 'Birmingham, Ala., where Mr.Eiton has employment in a stave mill. Net amount duo from approved reserve agents in New York, is Chicago andSt.Louls 1,281.71 Net amount due from approved reserve agents in other reserve cities, 80,224.12, 87,505.83 Luna Adam8tr-he- r home ut Net amount duo from bnnks Zachariah, injiWolfe county, on and bankers, other than included in 10 or 18 363 80 Thauksgiving.vere Misses Nan-m- e " Fractional currency, Ponder, Catherine Baker and 37.40 Pearl Morliu jljju'nd Messrs. nickels and cents r Notes of other national banks .. 290.00 ArndU 'iandGuy Watson. Lawful reservu in vault and There were otljeraTnit the writer witli Federal Reserve Hank 12,503 25 did not learn'Uieir uameB. They Redemption fund with U.S. all report a fineTtlnle. Treasurer and duo from U. S. Treasurer, 1,250 00 Pine-TRelieves A Cold. conDr. Bell's 180.908.-1Total of-tHEd-srnar alarmlnB nymptoiri3. No more backache, weariness and dragging pains. No more painful, sleepless nights, having to rise time after time. It will pay you to try Foley Kidney Pills promptly, as did Mr. J. W. Etrls. n. 2. Cleveland, Ga., who writes us: "I sufbackache. fered with n terrible stoop over Every to one time I would lean or side, I'd have a painful catch in my back Just over my kidneys. Just onoboat of Foley Kidney Pills entirely re- suffering till It wears Itself out It Is more apt to wear you out and seriously affect your general health. Oct a bottle of Foley Kidney Tills and BtarXtaklnB them at once. They usually help.rom tho very flrjjt doses. For backaclio ia one of nature's danger signals that your kidneys are not In a sound and healthy state, that they are wrong; and when your kldneyn are wrong, you may be suro you face a serious condition. , Foley Kidney rills have a direct and bcneflcl.il action on tho kidneys, bladder and urinary organs. Their effect Is quickly Iclt in Improved kidney and bladder action, nhd In tho passing away of those painful and Mr. J. W. Etrls. lleved my backache. It has been somo time since I took them, and I have not felt any of the symptoms since." Foley Kidney Pills "are sold everywhere in COc and 'S1.00 sizes. The $1.00 size is the more economical buy, as it contains 2H times as many as the EOc size. Mrs. A. Ilucker and daughter, LIABILITIES. Mrs. Slump, were at Stauton Capital stojk paid in 25,000.00 Monday tiling some papers in Surplus fund. . 8,000.00 t Mrs. Kucker's pension case. Undivided profits, less current expenses, interest, and taxes 4,444.5!) Jas. B. Hall and son, Albert, paid, Circulating notes were here from Lexington Friday outstanding $24,700.00 and Saturday to enjoy a hunt for isct amount uue to banks nnu bankers 408.40 the famous Powell county quail. Deposits: . . . Demand Courses in Agriculture and Domestic Science. YVilhurst over Sunday, goiug on Uasluers checks outstanding.. ,2,2o8. 43 to Winchester Monday to have Total 180,068.49 Review Classes in the Common Branchy will be Conducted throughout some pipces of machinery re the.Teim. ENDEAVOR CHRISTIAN State of Kentucky, paired. County ok Powell, bs: 1916. By paying part of their Expenses in Work, Students may get Mrs. John Scott, of Clay City, I, A. T. "Vhitt. Cashier of the above Sunday Night, Dec. 10th, Subject for Seniors Defy Evil, 1 Rates at the Dormitory as low as $1 5o per Week.' named bank, do solemnly swear that . was the pleasant guest of her the above statement is true to the best Kincs Sebject for Juniors Songs of Delivdaughter, Mrs. A. N. Orowe, sev of my knowledge and belief. ' erance, Ex. 15;;T.2j,Ps778:l-7- . A. T. Whitt, Cashier. For Information Write to eral days last week. Wiuches Leader: Miss. Hoy t Brush. Subscribed and sworn to before me tor Sun. this 23rd day of Nov., 1910. Preaching immediately after pro gram. Hurry L. Russell, Mr., and Mrs. Franklin Morgi-sono- f Notary Public, Powell County.' 'Ky: STOPPED CHILDREN'S Irvine, visited Mrs. MoAty Commission expires Jan.i ll; 1920 Stanton, CROUP COUGH Correct Attest : rrison's parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. James B. Hall, Scared mothers who dread the D. Todd, a short while the first Ueo Hun, Directors. night will t hoarse of the week. Isrunk li. Russell, ) a sure quick hep in Foley's una John iM. Keunon, well known A Clogged System Host Be Cleared. Honey and Tar. ItCBtops croup Olay City and Powell county bus You will find Dr. King's New quickly and if given.at bedtime, iness man, spent Sunday aud Life Pills a gentle yet effective lax- - will prevent thb dreaded attack. Monday in Winchester. Winative for removing impurities from Mrs. Billie Mayberryj'Eckert, Ga,, chester Courier. the system. Accumulated waste writes: "Three weeks, ago two of my It is said that pneumonia and poisons the blood; dizziness, bili children began choking and coughbud colds are more prevalent now ousness and pimply, muddy com ing and I aw theytwere having" an ia this country, than for a long plexion are the distressing effectB. attack or croup. t ijgave thorn FoWe have large stoek of mcr time; no case, however, so far A dose of Dr. King's New Life ley's Honey and arVa.t bedtime, we know PilllH will ussurejou a their cough ytoppedjand by morn-inbeing very serious. ehandise, shoes, groceries, etc., all signs.of crotip'were gone." free, full bowel movement in the by dealing with us WANTED Man past 30 with morning, At your Druggist, 25c.adv Croup, whooping joough, tickling horse and buggy to sell Stouk ConYou Can Save Money throat, bronchialjand lagrippe dition Powder in Povell county. coughs quickjy stopped. Try itv We try to keey our stoek complete ORDINANCE. Salary S70 per month. Addr. s.s 0 ad Sold everywhere. our aim is io give every customer value Industrial Hldg., Indianapolis, Ind. The Board of Trustees of Olav Citv. Mrs. Ed Martingpf Walters-ville- j or their money. Give us a trial. Chick Walters moved this Ky., do ordain as follows: who has beenjyery sick for That it shall be unlawful for any per week from the Turkeylvnob son to run any kind of Vehicle or Au- - several months, .continues very to the Sally Hendricks house tomonllo within the town limits of Clay low. Mr. Mnrtinher husband, at a The City, Ky uour :speed oxceeding fifteen in the upper end of town. mnes per aiso it snail uu unlaw- has found it necessary to give up place belongs to our well known ful for any person to jump on any Ve- KENTUCKY WALTERSVILLE, U in his employment theigreater por hicle or Automobilo UK reliant Sam Carr. motion, or thu driver of anv Vehicle or tion of the. lime nudSrenmiu with Automobile knowingly permit thesame. his sick wife. Kev. L. F. Martin was in town Any person violating thlo ordinance Tuesday from his home at Iloss-- Ij or any part thereof, shall upon trial Rheumatism Follows Exposure. fined not IIo is just back from a pro- and conviction, bu live dolluis less than ii. one nor more than for each In the rain 'all Syis generally tracted meeting at Crystal on offense. fil The best lubricctwi. followed oy pairu'ljyinges of i SX without carbon Creeli, in Leo county, This ordinance to be effective when Millers rheumatism or ne'urslgia'. Bloan's siRiied by thoCliairman and Clerk, where he h"ad his usual good suc- when published as required bylaw. and re- L.iiiment will glvWou-qnfbcess. A. P. JOHNSON, Chairman. lief and prevent theitwJnges from Attest: G. HACK WORTH. Clerk. Changing Seasons Bring Colds. becoming terture. flfflnlckly pene"Stuffed-iihead," clogged-utrates without riibWnjand Bootli8 Creditors' Notice. nose, tight chest, euro throat are the sore and achinjpiuts, For niri' signs of cold, and Dr. Kir.g'e All persons holding claims sore, stiff, exhaushJniip lea that A perfect oil foreltheralr-feoor water- rmlcd futomobllea. Made from Anestl'cnfii' New Discovery is sure relief. A against the estato of J. F. Martin, ache an'd throb .frjjSrVverwork. VLnli Crude. A lialct. thin, hlh Hre tmt all w 611 tour feeds frrely. Pciiivolyfrrafroniurlion. Sr , will file t fie sarao properly Sloan'a Liuiment "doee of this combination of first TinrrhaM of or.o 1.L1 of No fLtj Alita fill w4ll ful. Hrds quick renUh fkkb on 65 cal. atwl barrel with fi'cot, tine to til by proven with the administrator on lief. Bruises, ypHw and other balsams soothes the irritatyou fur permanent tora;o. Pi len of ol In Iras tb!i., 46c 9t ftlka. ed membrane, clears thu head, or before the 1st day of Jan., 1917. minor injuries tglpMldren are Otitt fu rw nwliit. m CHAS. C. ST01L0ILC0, ''rnUin", wtM Ua HUM, ktrd (41. treunlclaa ! nfiulnht luoluu Uituu D. W. Martin, Admr., quickly soothed ljyltloan's Linithe phlegm, you breathe Rosslyn, Ky. s bott)it-jament. Get at your usitr and realize your cold is Dmgglts. Adv, broken up. Treat a cold perniit. Creditors' Notice. For Oood Uarbering Try ; half way measures leave a. eiitly BOOKKEEPING 0R All uredltorH of the estate ofThos. D.i.Ih... DbAnnaMbblf A. P. Johnson lingering cough. Take Dr. King's Four.roonVcot Buiithreo lots W'eloh will filu their claims prop: 7 s TVPRWRITHVIGnl New Discovery until your cold is TELEGRAPHY in north end of ci la the old stand, next to the Red. erly proven before the fidininietru. gone. For 47 years the favorite ..!.. In ' 'II IWiitilLirrK on or before let of Jan., 1U17. tor Rlver'tiotel. yetn of remedy for younir and old. !WK,viS It PraMoat V. W, Welch, Admr., w 7r lulat, la ncrr. "Eat ul UnUng pl woma for uerli tdgcjtW SftWO rounf Qruggist, 60s. Adv. yUtmt YliCkVH K. MITH,cxlauil, K7 bianton Ky. "t Shampooing and Scalp Trealment 21:15-20- II. G. (Jrabtree was home from Individual depos its subject to check 122,097.02 tains all the soothing, elements of the forest. the irritated membrane, andb"y its antiseptic properties loosens 5he phlegm, you breathe easier,arid what promised to be a severe cOlii'has been broken up. For that"tuffed-u- p feeling, tight cliest orinipre throat take a dose of pr. BelP.8JPihe.Tar. Honey and prevent;a wearing, hacking cough draggfngihrough ' the win ter. At your Dr"ggistt 25a, adv. It-heal- s STANTON COLLEGE, KY. STANTON, Students Admitted at Any Time One of the Best Schools in Kentucky. Rev. J. C. Hanley, President, Ky. cough-of.croupS- Low Prices and a High Quality general and ht n that and full sec-tio- n Henry Waldron while-sam- IS k p p I linn-en- s JW y A r 1 1 . t .. : . s . , ? 0 J