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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): December 14, 1916 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1916 cla1916121401_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 14, 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. CITY TIME 8 ' " - J.. E. Burgher, Publisher. .... . v - i . : - : We are Hereto Help Clay City, . .i : the Surrounding Country and Ourselves. .... . " PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY ' : VOL. r., ; y. , - PLAY PITY. KY., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14, J91 6. " . ' ' Radical Changes in Tax Laws Ree&mniended Oorn'iuiss'tori appointed Tho Thx by thoUnst' session of the Legis- Inture-lrareported, making very radical changes in our taxing law8,'and'all in favor of the "inon eyed man. Among the provisions are: A permanent tax com mis stoti which sits ali the time; a intangible property is exempted from county and all local taxa tion. 4 his means franchises on railroads which alone will lower S '.Lim TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS- - Vo. ftO STANTON. (By P. O. Dcrthick.) Powell county's taxable property $225,000 ou accouut of tho L. & N. railroad to say nothing about other classes of intangible prop erty. Following is the property pro posed to be exempt from county, city and school district taxation (1). Farm implements and farm machinery owned by a per son actually engaged in farming and used in his farm operations. (2). Machinery and products in course of manuf icture of per so'nB, firms, or corporations, act ually eugagdd in manfacturing, and their jaw material actually on hand at their plants for the purpose of manufacture. , (8). Money in hand, notes, bonds, accounts and other cred its, wlietljer secured by mortgage pledgeor-otherwisor unsecured - One good feature' of The pro posed law is it provides that the tax jcommission shall ma"ke ihe raise of the Various counties be fore the County Board of Super these upervis- visors sit ors may distribute the raise to the persons whom they think should have it, instead of being general to all taxpayers alike whether they list their property at a fair cash value or not-A- ll bank deposits are to be tax ed by the Stale 10 cents on the one4iundred dollars for State pur poses The county and other districts can collect no tax on money or cash in bank. e, 80-thlo-c- Every item that goes into the makeup of The Tunes has more than doubled ja cost in the past few years. In addition to this all forms of living expenses have also nearly doubled. These conditions make an increase in our rates for both subscription and advertising absolutely necessary to enable us to exist without a loss. If every subscriber should pay cash at the old rate of subscription, based on the present cost of producing the paper, we would lose $1 66 per year, and our time in getting it out. JTo overcome this loss we have raised the subscription price of the paper to ONE DOLLAR per year, and no subscriptions after Jan. 1, 1917 will be received "for less than that amount. But in order to equalize matters as much as possible.we will accept subscriptions to The Times at 75 cents per year until Jan. 1st. If you desire to save 25 cents on your 1917 subscription, see that the paper is paid for before Jan. 1st, as positively after thatdate no subscriptions will be received for less than one dollar per year. Until Jan. 1st, 75 cents. Fred Ware was in Winchester Tuesday on business. Miss Mila Knox will spend the week end at Mt. Sterling, visit ing. Rev. J. C. Hanley is at Rich mond, Indiana, attending Pres bytery. Dr. Lawrence Knox of Nada was hero one day business. ljst week ou Powell County Marine to Visit Panama Canal Harvey L. Wells, a United States Marine from Stanton, this couuty, will visit the Panama Oanal, when the huge battleship Vermont completes her cruise in the West Indies and sails for the Isthmus, in accordance with the winter schedule of the Atlantic Fleet. Harvey, who is a son of Mrs Sallie Wells Williams, of Stan ton, enlisted in the. United States Marine Corps at its Detroit, Mich., recruiting station on Aug 22, 1910, and he will perform his regular military duties aboard the Vermont while the big dread. naught steams through the wat erwoy from coast to coast. Comparatively few Americans are favored wifh an , opportunity. visu rue great, canai, ana mis trip to tho tropics, which has been aptly.tim.ed to avoid the rigors of a northern winter, will doubtless prove of great educa tional value to the' Powell coun ty boy. ro It's Doctor Easter, Now. Eld. A. Easter went to Louisville the 12th inst., to appear before the State Board of Veterinary Examiners, under act of Mar. without comment. 24th, 1910. Allen Comes Clear. Elih'u Allen was acquitted at Winchester Monday of the charge of murder for the killing-o- f in Breathitt county some time ago. It was the fourth trial Tor Allen, and he greeted the verdict of the jury with a smiling face, while Judge W H. Wanton and Mrs. Blanton, par- i'i tuu ucuu iuuii. joiu iua court-roowith bowed neads and n Eld. Easter, with many others, was granted a license' as a veterinarian, to practice veterinary medicine, surgery and doutistry, in Kentucky; which eutltlea him to be placed ou the roll as Dr. Easter, and also makes him eligible for the office of Co,untyLivo Stock Inspector. t icing Dr. Easter has veterinary work in this State and Missouri for 44 years, so there wus uo doubt as to his ability to practice, but the new law requires all persons so practicing to have license after Jan. 1, 1017. non-'gradua- Advertising Christmas Goods. been-'prac- up Has Hand Ground 0i!. .Wednesday While operating a drilling; .rig. in, Jtlje oil fields near Uwon Hull, Clyde Townsend, of Spout. Spring, slippedjsnd fel) into ..the nnldhiiiery which 'was in Ills- right hand got' motion. caugJiHnsotnogear wheels which ground it into a pulp... Ho was hurried in automobile, to Irvine and f ro ij,tj"0 re' takp'uiby speoial train to the Gibson Infirmary where his hand. was amputated, ; - Buying Hogs Again. D. R. Daniel received this yourneeds. heall of hogs of week forty-siVarious sizes-- from A. P. Bush, Sells and Buys Mules. Morgan MoKinney and others of E. D. Conlee sold pair of well Hardwick's Creek at from seven broke, aged mules to a" Mr. Bow- - to eight cents per pound. man iu the eastern portion of the county, for 8250, and purchased The Cold Wave. a pair of mules from A cold wave hit us Tuesday and ns father, J. W. Coulee, of Montgomery county, for $210. it has since been, very blustery loecoe Bowan also purchased of and cold. Wednesday night the J. W, Conlee a nice unbroko thermometer got down to six dewo year-olhorse for $125. grees above zero, which is tho coldest weather'of the wint6r. Advanced Rates. The Mt. Sterling Advocate and Niblack-Sto- ne. tho Gazette of that city, served Mr, Asa Niblack, twenty, of notice on their subscribers last this'couuty, and Miss Alta Stone, week jhatiho price of each pa per had been.' advanced to $1.50 sixteen, of Log Lick, Clark counThoy aro doing it all ty, wero married in Winchester tier year. Tuesday, by the. Rqv.M. P. Lovyy. th,couutry, ovetj x two-year-o- ld d Hardwick &. Co., tho en'terpris-n- g Stanton merchants, have their Christmas Goods in, and are bid ding for your trade through their Advertising space in the Times this week. There is no need Of going-ou- t of the county to select Call on your Christmas goods. iiimo merohnts who tell you in the Times that they can supply Asa Center went to Stillwater in Wolfe county last Saturday for a brief visit. Fiscal Court Meets. Henry Dehart of Lombard was The Powell Fiscal Court con here last Friday, calling on his vened in Stanton Saturday to fur ther consider road worl in the brother Doc Dehart. county. After a conference with R. D. Clark is visiting his Road Commissioner, Rodman daughter, Mrs. Irvie Coulee of Wiley, in Frankfort last week, near Richmond, this week. by certain county ofiicinls, it was Dr. Johnson was called out to decided to accept the bid of liar Mt. Canaan to see Willie Oono- ris & Meyers to build twelve way who is very sick with ty miles of road in the county at the phoid fever. bid made. Nov. 27th and publish The W. O. T. U. will meet this ed in the Times of Nov, 30th vynue me ma is regarded as a week at Mrs. J. O. Hanley's little high, it is thought best to Thursday afternoon followed by accept it under the present high a social hour. price of labor and material. Dr. Johnson left Wednesday for When this bid is accepted it Louisville to attend the Annual means that the county will in Meeting of the officers of the vest us bona issue in State Board of Health. earth roads at about $2,4UU per Misses Elsie and Hattie Mar mile, including surveying &c; or tin of Hatchers Creek went up to about $100 per mile more for dirt Rosslyn Tuesday to'visit with Mr. roads thhn other counties have and Mrs. Lloyd.Martin.built good turnpikes., Mrs. Marguret Oldham has re ' First New-RuSubscriber. turned to her home in Winches Thefir8t to take advantage of ter after several days' stay with our 75 cent subscription rer parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S rate was.Mrs. Loudicy Townsend, Ewen. whohad the Times sent for a The Christian Endeavor Soci year to her son Huston Townsend ety will give a Backward Party at Witch Lake, Michigan. Mrs. at the College Friday night, to Townsend is living here with her which all the members are in sister, Mrs. Frank Ktncaid, and vited.' a she asks that we" tell her son Mrs. Butler Barnes and daugh that she and other members of Creek left last the family are fairly well and ter of Hatchers week for Hazel Green where she getting along nicely. ias one to visit her mother Mbs. Maples. Building on Stamp Cave. Mrs. Stoder Snowden nnd her John Kirk and G. B. Leach, two of our excellent daughter of Ashland, Ky., came carpenters, left here Tuesday up Saturday for a visit with her morning for the new oil field out parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kirkpat-ric- k of Rosslyn. toward Standing Rock, along the south-east- , side of Powell. They Clarence Arnett left Saturday go to build one or more houses for his home in Magoffin couuty for White & IlufF, oil operators to stay till after the holidays They went' by when he expects to return for of that section. way of Torrent and Zachariuht lis school work, , le well-know- ' ; Dealh of Ernest Barnes. Mr. Ernest Barnes die'd Tuesday night at his'liome in of typhoid fever, 'aged about 80 years. The remains were bronght to Powell's Valley church this morning for burial. Deceased is survived by his wife, who was a Miss Oliver of Clark county. While a native of Estill county and a former resident of this county, Mr. Barnes has been living in Chirk county for the part eight, or ten years. Ho was a son of Mrs. Reuben Tipton, and a nephew of J. N. Burgher, near Win-Chest- er this city. ickson, James Wireman, Guy Watson, Colson Blackburn, Jae. Atkinson and Charley Roger, attended the Older Boys' Con- ference at Lexington the nast week. All report a fine meetine. . A. T. Stewart killed a hog Monday that dressed 375 lbs. He shipped the hog to his broth er at Jackson. Talk nhout big hogs, Stanton can sure 'product them J. S. Ewen was offered $65 for the hog he killed Monday of tjiis week, but 450-lb! 050-poun- d refused it. The social given by Rev. and Mrs. J. O. Hanley to the Bible classes of the Presbyterian church at the College Friday evening, was thoroughly enjoyed by all Mr.' Thos.' B. who attended'. Talbott of Lexington gave the. address of the eye'ning, and, after a social time, the guests were served with nn'oyster supper. Miss Oallie" Norton; who hafi been clerking in Mrs. Williams' store iu Clay City, has gone to Lexington where she is clerking u the largo store of J. D. Pur- cell & Co. This is one of the best stores in that city and Miw Norton would be glad to have her mends call on tier while We congratulate jier on there. securing such a fine position. , The writer received some fine fruit trees from Hillenmeyer it Sons of Lexiugton, which he has set in liis yard. We always pre- fer to order our trees from home people instead of from other They always tell you States. what trees are best suited for Kentucky, and always give sat isfaction. It is one of the moit reliable nurseries in the country. narvey Wells, who joined the navy some months ago, is now staticmed on the battleship Ver mont at Hayti, and is making good. His promotion comes rap idly, being now" second marks- mau. He' is aspiring to bo a harpshooter, and it looks liko le wouldjsoon he one. He is one i the battleship signal corps. Wo are glad to hear of Harvoy's success. Mrs. Tom Ohanev was taken to . Lucien Jackson, who lived hear Stanton some years ago, is back again from West Virginia. Ho ' is calling on his friends for clothes to clean and press, Mrs. Sis Hall's mother, Mrs. lose, is very low at this writing itnd her death is looked for at any minute. She has been a great suil'erer ever siuce she fell and broke her hip. Kelly Martin arrived homo Tuesday from Louisville, where was operated ou for, hair lip. His brother Sterliug came home last The operations were a week. success, making a wonderful improvement in the looks of the boys. - Prof. J. 0, Johnson ndcom.pa 1 who'is 'at preBent in Lexingtonwith his wife saul!sho was doing fine and that the operation wurf U success. (Continued on Lexington last week by Dr. Johnson, whero she was operated on Good Samaritan hospital for tumor of tire stomach. Mr. Chaney has been in very ill health for.severul weeks. andrthis operation'was resorted to in hope , ...... i wuu, V( mi ui nor gmiiui; .i.fi' lur.juuuiitiy . ' ! - nied by Edgar Arnett; IlolUDer-- Uut Pago) -- - Some time last spring t lie offi. cials of Lewis county got in bad with the grand jury because of so much graft in spending a rond Publisher. bond issue, and now Carter counJ. E. Burgher, ty officials are coming in for re mail mat- buke; but it seems that Carter's Entered as second-clas- s ter at the Post Offlco nt Clay City, $150,000 in bonds is being very Ky., under .the Act of Congress of evenly distributed over the counMarch. 3, 1879. overseers of ty, as twenty-fiv- e the county have come in for a TAPER. A HOME-MAThe people share of the spoils. of Carter feel pretty generally THURSDAY, DEC. 14, 1010. outraged on account of the wasting of their money. From-- a notice on the front page The Department of Justice is to our subscribers, it will be seen making an investigation of the that hereafter the subscription high cost of living. If a fair rato of the Times will be one dois held, it vill be llar per year with the proviso that found that the farmer does not all who pay before Jan. 1st, 1D17, for f receive more than will get the paper one year from his products that the consumer date of expiration of present is forced to pay. The middlesubscription for 75 cents. man is getting the surplus profit. No one regrets this advance It is not the farmer. The avermore than we do, but it is imper- age farmer does n't get more ative. It is either raise the rates than fair wages for his labor, if The cost or go out of business. you take into .account interest of production has more than on the mouey invested in his doubled-ithis oflice within the high priced land. last two years. Then, of ueces sity, must the cost of sale be Gov. Stanley says he will not Advertising call an extra session of the Legis likewise doubled. rates are also advanced to help lature unless the expressions of meet the situation. In addition the people seem to indicate that to the present high price of pa they indorse the report of the per, we are informed of another special committee appointed to advance to take place Jan. 1st study the situation. TIip report All the largo papers get their of this committee was made pub paper stock at practically the lir Monday morning, and we do same old price; and they get not believe that tho masses of clean, white imper, too. This is-- the people will indorse the measbecause some of the papers own ures advocated in this report. their own njills, and the others We doil with this report mor,e are supplied at a rate that will extensively elsewhere in this enable them to compete with the issue. papers that own mills and make The latest in war news is that their paper. Germany wants peace and is anx We have several good clubbing agreeing to give offers advertised in this issue ious for peace, up.all.her conquests (n Europe if that should help to carry over opposing countries will surthe increased price of the local the by paper. Look up the papers you render her colonies taken The allies seem to be hard want and let us Know your se- them. lection by the first of the year-tha- to reconcile to this position. It peace than you may save oill the money looks now more like at any time since the outbreak of possible in your next selection the war. of periodicals. THE TIMES. I DE t t T t HABDWIflK & COMPANY T T t T X T t t ? r t f t ? ? Xmas Goods -on-Xma- t one-hal- ? n t T T t t t Y t t X T J. r t t t t Do your Xmas shopping early, you who are in position to 60 so. But whether early or late, we invite you to give us- a call ' goods or and see what we have and get our prices anything you Want. We can. not here state everything we have, but think can supply your wants. We have toys, dolls4 candies, fruits, nuts, fireworks, fine candies, in handsome boxes in prices from ioc to $1.25 the box. Besides articles in regular. Xmas goods too numerous to mention, we have extra nice as well as popular priced articles which are always appreciated Xmas presents, such as 'handkerchief , neckwear, perfumes, toi-larticles, silk hose and sox, scarfs, stationery in pretty boxes,, hand bags, umbrellas, jewelry, pictures, suitcases, grips, center tables', rocking dhairs, and'.etc., and etc. We have the makings 'for thdt fruit cake and other cakes too. Remember that we:at: all times try to handle as near las is possible everything, you need in merchandise, and will pay you the highest .market ' price for your produce. ; If you are "interested in saving mon-egive us a call and judge for yourself. s - et 4 -- y ? Our mail pouches are loaded with liquor circulars coming from different parts of the country Of course, those glaring, hand somely printed, in colors, circu lars do not make a dent in the determination of some to stand aloof from the alluring tempta tions to start the drink habit, but the scheme is catching hun dreds that would not otherwise fall but for the tempting con venieuce of getting the intoxicat Some people are ing, beverage. going to, ha ve, their .liquor, their Christmas toddy, buthey learn within themselves whore to order it without every man, fotal abstainers, young men and all, having to go through tw"o or tliree whisky circulars to get to important mail, each time they go to the post oflice. There ,par-ticularly We See the Point. The time has come wheu the newspapers of Kentucky must join in a'moveinent to chock the highway robbery which is being carried on by the manufacturers, distributors, jobbers qr somebody codnected with the manufacture and sale of newsprint paper. The evidence is too strongly against .these people for them to further deny that they are charging enormous prices for paper simply because thef know we newspaper men have to buy. Congress, it is understood, will I ho make an investigation. writing he Democrat, is. Senator and our Representative urging them to leave no stone un turned in their effort? to ferret out (he men who are now robbing We are the small publishers. speakinj? plaiply because we know that the men who deliber ately put up the prices of such a staple as paper are nothing short, of criminal, Ve urgo every newspaper in the State to join with us, aud sev eral other newspapers which have already begun their fight. Con certed action alone will result in to-da- y t t t f f T T Hardwick & Co., - f T S T AJM T 0 Nt. t t ? t ? ? X they charge the big papers only a little over $2.00 Winchester Democrat. , STOP THAT COUCIH. A hacking cough weakens the. whole, system, drains'your energy and gets worse if neglected; your throat is raw your chest aches and you feel sore all over. Relieve that cold at once wjth Dr. King's New Saved. Girl's . "I want to tell you what wonderful benefit. I have received from the use of Thedford's writes Mrs. SylvanJa Wo6ds, of. Clifton Mills, Ky. "It certainly has no equal for la grippe, bad colds, liver and stomach troubles. I firmly believe saved my little girl's lifev When she had the measles, they went in on her, but one good dose of Thedford's made them break out, and she has had no more trouble, I shall never be without Black-Draugh- t," Black-Draug- ht Black-Draug- hi should bo a law for persons not desiring to receive such mail to prohibit its coming to his address and to recover damages from the senders if their obnoxious, detestable and tempting circulars are forced upon his attention. We Discoyery. The soothing pine'bal. sams Ifea' the irritated membranes, and the antiseptic and laxative qualities kill the germs and break up your cold. Don't lot a cold lin. ger. Get Di. Kinu's New Difcon cry today at vour Druggist, 50o, adv are'just wondering if Gov. Stanley does call an extra session of the Legislature, if our Representative, E. B. McGlone, who stood as true as steel right side lust winter, will be called back from Arkansas to participate in the jingle at Frauk. fort. He is a mighty good man for the place and we suspect they will uot want htm at Frankfort any more, especially if, they go to tinkering with tho. whiskey matto-th- e ters. . - the publishers securing relief. Every editor should write to tho Senators and Congressmen and tell their readers to do Eo. We to a fair and impartial public to assist us iu this fight which is for their beuefit as well as ours, We contend that, it is Unjust and nothing short of robbery for the paper men to charge us $7 a hun dred for the same grade of paper up-pe- gam OS HIGHEST PRICES PAID BLAck-DraugH- T in my home," For constipation, Indigestion, headache, dizziness, malaria, chills and feyer, biliousness, and all similar. ailments, Thedford's has proved Itself a safe, reliable, gentle and valuable remedy, If you suffer from, any of these complaints, try ht It Is a medicine of known mwit Sevcnty-fiy- e years of splendid- - success proves its value, Good for 4oung and old. For sale jeyery whare, Price 25 cents. Black-Draught Black-Draug- H Ships tut U RetlTd No ComaksieB to Pay Wrk. for PrUm LUl J M. Sabel Jt Sm , LOUWVUXE. KY, SPOUT-J3PRIN- O enough b'ricu' tt build liini a new Only Way lo Meal Emorpnclss chimney which seems to be a ne . Sfi9 Is Soro of It, cessity to ,ward oiF the chill of. P. Thorn, of Nation, these oncoming bleak winter ' ' NOWWEAnS "TAKLAGSMILE" dayg Alfred Grow has purchased, ten STATES' RIGHTS PRESERVED !cre8-oland from J. T. Wright ''8he Had Lost Atl Interest In Lift ' .and Would Have Gladly Welcomed Jn Powell county, being the re Principles Which Railways Hold Should Govern Regulatory System In Inter Death", Declares Mrs. 8. C. Burnett. mainder of the bnandary formereits of Publio and the Roads Com "I Regard My Daughter's Recovery ly owned by Mr. Wright and will pulsory 8yterrt of Federal Incorpoas Most Wonderful and Miraculous.'' build a residence on tho sumo ration Favored, and. move there soon us complet"There Is absolutely no doubt In my Washington, Dec. 4. That the Interwind that Tanlac saved my daughter's ed. IIurIi ' Snpwden moved this week to the Phillips place 'near OlnjOityj where he has a posiSAVED tion at I? rod head Garrett's mill. Robert Mcintosh has hauled from .the Stanton "brick yards Mother of Mrs. Joiin Lovo Says DAUGHTER'S LIFE, SAFETY DEMANDS FEDERAL CONTROL . ;A Reliable Remedy Foley Kidney Pills Also Do Remarkable Work Where 0? TAU for Kidneys and Bladder OF THE RAILROADS There Are Urinary Irregularities Irregular, painful Madder action Is another convincing evidence of kidney trouble. Tbe urine become concentrated, causing great In liability of tho bladder. There Is n desire to pass water frequently with .a painful burning, sensation. This Irregularity becomes n serious nuisance nt night, causing loss of rest nud sleep to one already weakened by kidney trouble. There Is nlso the added danger of chilling tbo body, n condition to bo very earefullynvoidcd. at such a time. Foley Kidney rills control this situation promptly and effectively. They cause a normal, healthy How, relieving the- concentrated condition that produced tbe Irritability and burning sensation. The bladder action Is regulated to avoid the too frequent calls, and easy restful nights, without pain or l.u m without loss of sleep or bad dreams. Is a quick result - Says. f - -- life." Several young men made them This statement by Mrs. S. C. Burnett, 1438 Clay street. Cincinnati, mother of selves quite conspicuous at a re Mrs. John-Lowsame address, tells cent public gathering near here why tho "Tanlae Smile" brightens tho Too mu'h one night last week. faco of everybody In that household. Bootlegging is becoming ''I regard my daughter's recovery as booze. the most wonderful relief your Tanlue too .prevalent in un adjoining medicine, has ever achieved," said Mrs. Toe eye Burnett. "I myself her own indther community, it seems.. given up ho'pc. My daughter had of the public is on certain indi- ests of uutlonal defense require that control of railway Hues should rest witb the federal government and not with the states was the claim advanced by Alfred V. Tliora, counsel to the Hallway Executives' Advisory Committee, in concluding bis preliminary statement of tho case for the rinall of my bade, and urinating waa Irregular and oxcenslvo In quantity. It was very red ana I uutTered a terrible ?tl!iBlnK and burning sensation. I could hardly stoop over nnil It Interfered with my work. I began taking Foley Kiiluoy Pills, ami after awhile my urine became resular. the ftliiBlns and burning stopped, and my backache disappeared entirely." Foley Kidney Pills are sold overy-vhoIn DOe ind V 00 sizi.-.Tho 1 1.00 size Is tlio more economical buy, as It contains 2& tlmcj as many as the 50c size. . Mr. J. Jt. Hfij-e- s of Spring Place, Oa.. It. P. I). No. 3, wrjttn uh:j;I suffered with a terrible backache In the rc MRS. JOHN LOWE, of Cincinnati, Who Says She Owes Her Life to Tanlae lost all Interest in life and would have gludly welcomed death. Her Condition Pitiable. "febe was just pitiable! Yet before nlio bad taken half a bottle of Tanlae she was n different woman. "My daughters case la almost unbelievable. Up to a year ago she was a strong, healthy woman. Suddenly she began to ail. ner digestive system went back on her completely. She could liot digest what little she forced herself to cnt. After every meal she was tortured with gas, pain and distress. She had to physic constantly with salts, oil and pills. Her weight dropped from 110 to 110 pouuds. Walked Floor For Hours. "Tho rumbling of u wagon or slamming of n door would ranko my daughter tremble. At night sho would He awaUo or walk the floor for hours. Then she would luivo spasms of weakness. Wo tried all sorts of medlciuea to no effect. J'lual-- y wo heard of Teniae from neighbors. My- - daughter tools It. "Iler complete recovery to perfect-healt- h was marvelous, simply marvelous. First, Jho felt like eating. Then her strength' come back and her bowels becamb regular, Now she bus a splendid appetite, sleeps tho whole night through and bus gained weight so that her clolbcs liavo bad to bo let out - I repeat: "There is absolutely no doubt In my niliul that Tanlm- - saved my daughter's heart-breakin- g Ufo!" Tunluc, tho rnaater inediulnf and reconstruct ivo tonic, is sold exclusively in CLAY ton & McGuire. by UHT by : Er t "Other exclusive iiKpnts 'in'nenr twqa gratf follows Stanton, at Hard wick 'Qo, Hill, Qinter Uroa.; Torrent, J.' Taylor Diiy; Irving, Jrviue Drug Go,; Genet, Gojiet- Quell Store .Wultersville, lienry and Boattyville, Tlwiiiaa I'ryse, i Wal-tlro- Presbyterian Church. Sunday rchpol at JQ.a.fl. and prcachjnp Mfyteg e'yery.tSurajr WorBjng'fut! h. rn; Everybody ' " vfelgoni?.' - ." ... . railways before tbe Ncwlands Joint E3B6'.'t Committee on Interstate Commerce. viduals, and if they are not right "We must be efficient as a nation If sharp they will be overtaken by we aro to deal successfully witb our national emergencies," suld Mr. Tbom, the arm of the law. "and we must appreciate that etliclent transportation is an essential condition CONSTIPATION CAUSES BAD SKIN of national clUcicucy. If we are to A dull and pimply skin is due to halt nud "weaken our transportation systems by state lines, by tho permaa sluggish bowel movement. Cor- nent Imposition of burdens by unwise, Notwithstanding the high cost of paper, The Times is in position rect this concition and clear your regulation, we will make national effDaily Paper in combinato Turnish its readers with an complexion with Dr. King's New iciency Impossible." tion with our own and olher publications at the remarkable price States' Rights Would Hot Suffer. Life pills. Thm mild laxative below: Mr. Tbom cited .many Instances tn will assort you u at bedtime which shippers In one state were InB?. i!riy movement, juriously affected by selfish regulafull, free, Louisville Evening Drive out the tions Imposed on tbe railroads by the morning. in Clay City Times, weekly states. dull, Hstlees feeling resulting from neighboring regulationBe pointednoout inwould be Magazine, monthly, that federal overloaded intestines and 4 vasion of the rights of the states but Woman's World, ' liver. Get a bottle At all. would be the means of' preserving the rights which they 'acquired when they Home Life, ' Druggists, 25o. entered tbe Union, one of which waa Farm, semi-monthl- y, Home the right to the free movement of their Bacjt on Business. products across state .boundaries. Mr, and Mrs. It. P. Rose, form Total Value, What the Railroads Advocate. erly of this city but now living Tbe principles which the railroads any on oho of the finest of tho sub believe should be Incorporated In sumJust system of regulation were urban farms at Winchester, came marized by Mr. Tbum as follows: 1. The entire power and duty of regAlso Beautiful 1917 Calendar. FREE. up on a business visit of a (lav or ulation should be In the hands of was luesdny so mis weeK. government, except ns to maty THE POST is one of the best daily papers published in they came, with the wind and ters so essentially local a ml. Incidental with and gets to Powell county postoflices in the snow and rold, but they suffered that they cannot be used to .Interfere all Ihe news of the world and Kentucky the day before. the efllcleii' The little discomfort. Mr. Hose is a with rights of tbey of the service' or tho carriers.. Just Home and Farm are papers well monthlies and 17 year subscriber, with time up 2. As one of tbe means of accomworth their individual cost. Jan. 1st, so part of his busiiiefi-wa- s plishing (bis, a Hystem, of compulsory be adoptSend your order in You know what The Times is. to you. coip and add federal incorporation shouldbrought all to call with the ed, into which should be to his lone string of years, railroad eoriKjratlons engaged In Inter- jS lo this office with the $3.50 at once. another state or 'orelgn coinnievi'e 3. The Interstate Commerce Corathls-slo- n Barksdale Hamlett Again. mrr n r- -r -- i -- itunder existing laws has too much The former Superintendent of to do and Is charged with ''otifllctlng Commiswith the Unhappy wear- - "" shoos that Burksdale functions. Including the Investigation, sion and Interstate CommercedisapprovPublic Instruction, to be subject to be prosecution and decision of cases The hat have no sole Ilumlett, is in trouble again. Hit latter duties should be placed In tho ed by It. "My legal pioposltlon." Mr Thorn ninny former troubles, including hands of a new body which might bo the Constitution as It aid divorce proceedings of his wife inlled the Kedenjl Railroad Commis- now 's"U thatfull uuthorlty to Congress gives Iteglonal Commissions should sion. and a term in the asylum, has be established In different parts of to icgulate the Instrumentalities of Innot yet sobered theeducator.Ren tho country to assist tbe Iuterstato terstate commerce In all their parts. Guard Your CLuJren power of rcguuitlon Is to reach If Against Bevtl Trouble tlemun, for no longer than last Commerce Comtnlssiou by handling lo- thethe public requirements. It must be cocases Many children at an early age week did he get into trouble, cal of extensive with tbe Instrumentalities become constipated, and frequtatly 4. Tho power of the Commission ujiain, in a saloon, and had to be should be extended to enable it to pro- commerco." serious consequences result. Not Mr. Tbom explained that the roads being to realize his toted out by ollicers, and a little scribe, inlnlmhm rates and not merely are not asking either of tbe Committee dition, ablechild's bowels own cona should be rates as at present. This or of Cougrcss any increase in revelater, in the week he was con- maximum constantly watched, and a jentle prevent t nues, would Increase their power to . hut that they aro merely asking laxative riven whan I nected in some form of gambling, nnlnst discriminations. Dr. Miles' Lixative Tablets arc the perfection of a system wblcb will according to newspapers. This especially well adapted te women Justice to Publio and Roads. be responsible to any need that cvty and children. The Shters of Arise. B. It should bo made tbe duty of tho "alcoholic psychosis," the gen Christian Charity, 331 Chajles St., Interstate Commerce Commission, in tlemau term for drunken tremors Luzerne, I'a., who attend many the exercise of its powers to fix reacases ol sickness say ot them: iiuist.bo a terrible disease. so adjust these rates sonable rates, to "Soma time aso w txean uilnc Dr. that tboy shall bo Jus nt once to tbe Miles' Laxative TaUt and And that Mr.' Jus, Kincaid, one of the public and to (bo carriers. To this end wo like tlivm very much. Tliclr aotlan Is excellent and we are grateful for g.iod citizen's of the Vimglins tbe Commission, la determining rates, ) having been mada acqunluU'd with BE Alill section, was visiting , his should consider tbe necessity of mainthem. We have had eood reaulta In taining officlent transportation and ex. every case and the SlsWra are very brother Frank and family, inthe tensions of facilities, tbe relation of much pleaied." bottom, Sunday. He returned expenses to rates and tbo rights of i The form a"hd flavor of any mcdi- shippers, stockholders and creditors of home that evening. cine is very important, no matter tbe roads. who is to take it. The taste and a Tbe Interstate Cpmmerco Commis! appearance are especially important be Invested "with tbe powTREES. sion should mien itiijuicii iiic tuuitrucu. carrying malls. V parents know how hard it is to give er to tlx tbe rates for the average child "medicine," even 7. Tbe federal government should though the taste is partially disFRUIT AND. SHADE TREES, bare exclusive power to supervfso the Laxguised. In using railroad Issue o'f stocks and bonds-bShrubs, Orapo Vines, Rhubarb, Asative Tallcts, however, this diffcarrier cugu;ed in interstate and for A safe, old fashioned iculty is overcome. The shape of paragus, Peonies, Phlox, Roses,: cjc. eign commerce. the tablets, their appearance and remedy for worms. recognize tbe es 8. Tbe law should candy-lik- e taste at once appeal to Scvealy-Cv- e yean continusential difference between things, which L any child, with the result that they ous um it the bet! totimooUl are taken without objection. No Agents. Free IUoirated. Catalog restrain trade In the case of ordinary FREY'S VERMIFUGE can The rich chocolate flavor and mercantile concerns and those which of a you. absence of other taste, make Dr. restrain trade In (he case of. common Ketp U)td 1wti o Uni Ii iles' Laxative Tablets the ideal EYKRY THING TOR ORCHARD, carriers. Th question ot competition remedy for children, 1 Li not tbe only fair criterion. DAVN AND GARDEN. Y . lie. bow it oui dranut o If the first bo fails to bepefit, 0. Tbe laW .should expressly provide your ot4fcr t I tcuul tWi the price is returned. Ask your for, tbo. meeting and agreement of trafWW you. Mad ha bum tod 25c druggist. A box of 35 doses costs Koq you t to. in tump od w fic, or other, efltera of railroads ta re JHenraeyer- Agoaa H. F. only 35 cents. Never sold in bulk. spect of rates or practbtes, E. & S. FREY, MILE3 MtsDICAU CO., Elkhart, Ind. : ,. Lexicon,, Ky,( ..v be safeguarded by should, boweyei, BALTIMORE, MB. rS3S,rit-5;2- , 5Bjeewjt$ tsV'ba Jled 1841, Nursryreea SIhcb ReadaDaily Paper.! te non-gripin- hr Post, $3.00 Today's 1.00 .50 .50 to-da- " and .50 .50 $6.00 AH sent One Year for $3.50. jCen-tuckng u semi-month- ly i r -- , tieea.-siarv- J Mothers use IT ernuiuge Dr.--Mil- ft tl(Hr - ' Local Brevities to-da- STANTON. rCormick will soon move his fam Biggest snow of the season so ily to Winchester where ho will far has been visiting in this sec have charge of the Mint Cola works that havo been doing bustion'this week. .' Mr. Fuliness here in Stanton. Mrs. Albert Crowe is visiting ler has bought the latest and bar son Lennie Orowe, the stu best machinery and is installing it in his uew place at Winches t ion agent at Stnnton. t'er, where they will continue to We regret (o Thos. Stokely and family, who make Mint Cola. see Mr. McOormick leave here, moved in August to Dayton, O. they have made many friends in have returned to Olay City to Stanton. Tlios. Edgo of Nada was dow y on business. First Page) Wo aro informed that Mr. Mc (Continued from. Prince Albert gives ' smokers such delight, because it-can't reside. . The assessment of Lexington property has been placed at $80, 000,000, an increase of 81,500,000 over last year. llobert Van Arsdale, of Har rodsburg, was here last week the guest of A. T. whitt and enjoy ing a few days' hunt. John Gaylord rented of H. Q Crabtree the residence in which the late E 11. W. Cox lived, and they moyed to it last. Tuesday. .Misses Ethel and Rebecca Bal lard, accompanied by Mr. J. J Henry of Lexington, spent Fri day in Olay City, visiting friends atTQ relatives. L. P. Keith anrt H. G. Garret have been in Perry and Leslie counties several days this week on business connected with the Brodhead-Garr- ett Company. George Faulkner of Nada, one of tho best citizens of this county and loved by a host of friends, died last Friday. He leaves a wife and several children.' Rev. J. H. Johnson of Hamilton, Ohio, was calred to preach the funeral and he arrived Saturday morninir. The funernl was held Suuday at Nada, where the interment took Among those attending place. were Mrs. Helen Hunter of Win chester; Jack Welch of Rosslyn; Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Faulkner, Miles, Lewis, Henry and Monroe Faulkner; Mrs. Mary Faulkner; Luther Stephens and son John; Mr, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Ewen aud Mrs. Ide Boone: Mr. and Mrs. Walter Thucker; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ware and daughter. Nellie, and Mrs. E(Re Smith, who were there from btantou. Oh Thursday. Dec. 21st. at 1 o'clock in the afternoon. Miss Id Paisley's room at the College will give a play entitled r The Birds' 1 r its flavor is'so different' and so delightfully good; bite your tongue'; it .can't parch your throat ; . you can smoke it as long and as hard as you like without any, comeback but real tobacco happiness ! On the reverse side of every Prince '. Albert package you will read: "PROCESS PATENTED JULY30th, 1907" That means to you a lot of tobacco enjoyment. Prince Albert has always been sold without coupons or premiums. We' prefer to give quality ! the national joy smoke YOU'LL Albert hi a? K. J. Kernelda Coprrithtmi NEQLEOTED COLDS QROW WORSE 'migh that racks and irritates An automobile passenger line the throat may lead to a serious is to be established between Lex chronic cough, The if neglected. iogton and Northmiddletown healing pine balsams in Dr. Boll'e JSext should be Clay City and Pine Tar Honey Nature orn Lexington, and we are sure it remedy wjll sootl o aiyd relieve the would pay. A in goodness and in pipe satisfaction is all we or its enthusiastic friends ever claimed lpi for it I tint It answers every, smoke desire you or any other man ever had! It is so cool and fragrant and appealing to your smokeappetite ttisft you will get chummy with it in a mighty short time I mll-th find a ehoory howdyda on tap no much ofm otrmngmryou are in thm nock of tho woodm you drop into. For, Prince ar tno nrtt pitea you A.lbmrt la right rnere paaa thtt aetfe tobacco Tho toppy rod osg eeua tor a Jifcxe ana rue nay rea tin Sbro dimo; thon fAere'e tho hnd-aoai- e tin sound and humidorm I and tho pound eryttMl-tutHumidor witn eponle-moarentop tntt coo tnoeucAa in tumi-u- p trim f 1 iinn SMOKERS UNDER ?RbsiD!stpyEi?ep;iH WAKIGl EXPERIMENTS Iff OMJOBACCQ Will you invest 5c or 10c to prove "out our say-s- o Elder Oloyd, of Transylvania University, occupied the pulpit at the Christian" church Sunday morning and evening, in tho ab sence of Pastor Cleo Purvis, who recently moved to Lincoln county. STOPS STUBBORN . COUGHS The simplest and beet way to stoji coughs, 4s to take Foley's Honey and Tar. You get the curative in fluence of the pine balsam together with the mollifying effect of the lioney, and other healint; ingredi ents It leaves a soothing coating on the inflamed tickling throat, raises phlegm easily and puts a quiiK ena to me nara wearing coughs. R. F. Hall, Mabe, Va , writes: "One bottle of Foley's Honey and Tar stopped a trouble-nonibronchial cough and irritation that had bothered me for fifteen years." Your dealer sells it. Try it. e Any person violating thi ordinance or any part thereof, shall upon trial unci conviction, be fined not less than one nor more than five dollars for each flense. This ordinafico to be effective when icned by tho Chairman and Clerk, and when published as required bylaw. A. P. JOHNSON, Chuirmon Attest: G. IIACKWORTH, Clerk. iritation, breathing will be easier, oh. the national joy smoke? and the antiseptic properties will i kill the germ which retarded heal- N. C. R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., Winaton-Saleng. Have .it handy for croup sore throat and chronic bronchial affetcion. . Get a bottle today. Christmas Carol Fri:n ill' Pleasant to take. At all Druggists. terest being taken by the pupils 25 cents. . adv And trora comments, overheard, by the teacheis, we gather that tins play is going to he very tine, ORDINANCE. . in fact, oue. of the very best en tertainments to be given at the The Board of Trustees of Clny City." college this year. The play will uo oruain as follows: h.y., to nil who come. Let ev Tlmt it shall bo unlawful for nnv per be free The characters son to run any kind of Vehicle or Au- erybody come. We have large stoch tomobile within the town limits of Olay in tne play are as tollowe: Oity, Ky.. at n speed exceeding fifteen The Bird Family. miles per hour; also it shall bo unlaw- chandise, shoes, groceries, Carol Bird Alice Baker rui lor any person to jump on any ve Mabel lEaatin Mrs. Bird hicle or Automobile while same is in by dealing with us Mr. Donald Bird . . Troy Profltt motion, or tho driver of any Vehicle or Uncle Jack Arbor Snowden Automoullo Knowingly permit thesame. You Can Save TUa ta tho rerene alia of tha Prince Albert tidy red tin. Read tUa "Patented Protea"maMa-to-ro- u and realize what It tneane la making- Prince Albert eo mucK your tiklni. ta Low Prices and a High Quality of general etc., and merwe Icnow '. that Elridn Clifford The Butler Mrs. Buggies Sarah Maud Peoria .Recent Snowden Tunis Bobbins The Ruggles Family. Fetor Kitty Eunice Lith Lennlo Smith Malcolm Strange Olga Morton Gertrude Dennis William Mansflold Marvin Strange Eben Ewen Money We try to Jceey our .stock complete and our ami is io give every customer full value 07' theirsmo7iey. Give us a trial. Clement Cornelius Larry . Henry Waldron WALTERSVILLE, NOTICE! On account of complaints hav. ing been mado to the Board of Trustees of- Clay City, Ky., by the citizens for not having some place to take their rubbish, etc., except throwing it in the river, which is a violation of tho la,w, and very inconvenient to some, tho citizens of the east end of the town and tho west end are hereby notified to select some spot that belong to thejtowu for this purpose and agree upon it. Then notify the Board of their selection for the place to be used. Sloan's Liniment Eases Pain BusiReM,Phonoaraphy Sloan's Liniment i first thought TYPEWRITING and TELEGRAPHY of mothers for bumpo, bruites and prains that are continually hapen- It President haa jeere of experience In mercantile ing to children. avuu Mia canting uaiineea, aito n inn taacnun It quickly pene retina man ana woman lor ancreaa. mr&nier now. UjrmWIXBUB B. KXITll.Lexlatfon.KT'. trates and soothes without rubbing. Cleaner and more effective than inussy plasters or ointments. For reumatio aches, neuralgia pain and that grippy soreness after .colds, Sloan's Liniment gives prompt re lief. Have a bottle handy for bruises, strains, sprains and all ex ternal pain. For the thousands whose work calls them outdoors, the pains and aches following aie'relieved by Sloan's Liniment. At all Druggists, 25c. re A, Z'V,. BOOKKEEPING - - KENTUCKY STANTON COLLEGE, KY, STANTON, a Students Admitted at Any Time One of the Best Schools in Kentucky. Courses in Agriculture and Domestic Science. Review Classes in the Common Branch's will be Conducted throughout THE WINCHESTER BANK, of "Winchester, Ky. Capital Stock $100,000 $200,000 noma llian clcitr.ataiily light. luuro this by cctllotf the oil tint b irr.a clear and rlwm without a ttltVcr down to the lout mi, Ivmujlumia crude nil rcflncd to CnU no more than tho Infprlor tiinknagoii olU iam JlONfcY ti WORK a,T eyn. Your dtulcr ha POUTE OIL In Drrci airtxl irunt our worki. - Notice to Hunters. Nolhlnp; in more Important In tho the Tom. All persons are hereby notified Surplus and Undivided Profits that, no hunting yvill bo allowed upon the lands of the undersigbed. Johu Scott, E. D. Curtis, Edwin Rose, J. J2..Durgber? Additional namee.added to " tor 25 cents each. ' , Printed cards i'OSTKD'1, two rH for five cents; "' ' ' By paying part of their Expenses" in Work, Students may get Rates at the Dormitory as low as $15o per Week. For Informatipn Wiite to N. Holly 'Witherspoon, President. W, R. k Chas. C. Stoll Oil Co. Lexington, Ky. Kcflnorj at Warreu, Ta, Wo Mil Rev. J. C. Hahley, President, Stanton, Ky. Sphar Cashier. tba calibrated "KoCarb" ' Auto OIL YOUR ACCOUNT .SOLICITED.