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A Danville Man's Letter
- Makes a Strong Appeal;
Glad Advice for Weary.
One if the most humanitarian
letters ever written wus recently
received-at the great Tanlac lub
oratories. "It is a remarkable
.letter from its seuse of humanity
towards all mankind.
Jerome 'Ezra Taylor, 11. F. D.
1, Dauville, Ky., is not an orator
he is not a man gifted with o
silver tongue. His words are
"plain but they com straight from
the heart sincere honest
. Mr.Taylorisau artisan, a steam
litter by trade, his appeal for the
relief of suffering humanity
would ulmost wring a heart of
steel touched the most calloused
The letter is as follows:
To the public and building trades
Do you suffer, due to overwork
trying to reap a little harvest
for your for family "trying" do
It certainly is hard when you
are sick to hear the doctor su:
gest a higher climate, saying ''It
is your last chance.'' I want to
say this, after suffering from a
run down system and hearing my
physician say "there is no cure
for you" just eight months ago.
I am a well nnd happy man. I
can do a day's work with more
ease than I ever did in the past.
My aid came through an estab
lished remedy called Tanlac. It
has made me feel fine put real
life into me. That blessed medi
cine is a life preserver and I
gladly recommend it to any and
all who think that life is worth
(Signed) j'eronie Ezra Taylor,
K. F D. 1, Dauville, Ky.
It is just such letters as these,
from people who are grateful
that has caused Tanlac to become
famous from Maine to California
and from the Great Lakes-to the
Gulf of Mexico. .
Tanlac is being specially intro
duced in Clay City at the store
of Eaton & McGuire.
Tan I uc may be obtained in
Stanton at Hardwick & Co.;
Bowe::, Day and King; College
Hill, Giuter Bros.; Torrent, J.
Taylor Day; Irvine, Irvine Drug
Co., Genet, Genet Cash Store;
Walteisville, Henry Waldron.
Hardwick fe fio.
Our Semi-Annual Clearance Sale is now
going on. We are giving greatly reduced
prices on Summer Goods. If you want to
save money on your purchases take advan
tage of this cut price Sale. Remember that
it is our aim to handle as nearly as possible
every thing the people want, so among the
different lines we have many articles of
Merchandise on which we are cutting the
price during this Sale.
If you are needing a Sewing Machine,
now is your chance, as we are cutting the
prices on them also, which makes the price
a large per cent lower than you would have
to pay a traveling agent whose expenses
purchasers must pay.
SHINULG MILL FOR SALE.
Lane's Patent 20,000 daily ra
pacify ; in prime condition. Will
aell at a bargain.
Ym, Davis, Vaughn's Mill, Ky.
FOR 8 ALE.
Pony, rubber-tired buggy, and
harness. For particulars, apply
to"- B. P. White, Jr.,
T Qhiy Oity, Kv.
Irvine will sell a water works
franchise. Thoscliedulo of charg.
es has been fixed at DO cents per
1,000 gallons with a declining
scale to 21 ceuts for largo con.
Black leg is reported to be
among somo of the cattle in
(Crowded out last week.)
J. S. Tuttle lost a valuable
steer last week by eating dy
namite. Wilbert Berryman, of Clark
county, was in this vicinity last
week buying sheep and lambs.
Rev. M. P. Lowry filled his reg
ular appointment at. this place
Sunday, a large crowd attending.
Robert Murgison, who had the
misfortune to get his arm broken
about two weeks ago, is improv
ing. Mrs. Nannie Warford, of Rich
mond, and Mrs. Beadie Ballard,
of (Jorbin, visited relatives at
this "place last week.
The Genet cash store together
with "Sam's pnstolhce" have
been moved 907 feet northwest
to the public road.
Mrs. O. S. Drake, of Hamilton,
O., Otis Powell and wife of Na
da were the pleasant guests of
Mr. F. G. Powell last Saturday
B. F. Hatton, of Bowen, mail
contractor, Singer sewing ma
chine agent, Supt. of our Sunday
School and prayer meeting is a
very busy man these days.
Well say, Mr. Editor, let's irll
let up talking about that poor
old bond issue, it seems that it
has gone the way of the soap
bubble. It never did have any
backbone and seemed to have
been built on a sandy founda
tion, and as to paying the Sheriff
the "pike tax", We don't think
Vernon Christopher has return
ed to Middletown, O.
A uumberof our people attend
ed Court at Irvine Monday.
Mr. find Mrs. Ed Mcintosh, of
Winchester, are visiting relatives
Shelt McKinnpy made a Hying
trip to Indiana last week in the
interest of some oil leases.
The oil well being sunk here
on 'Squire McKinney's place is
down about 400 feet with favor
R. H. Curtis, of Winchester,
was here last week to see his
father, Thos. Curtis, who lingers
at a low stage with some form of
Robt. Mcintosh has been ap
pointed road overseer on the two
roads leading from the village to
Plum creek, the Powell county
line, and Millseat creek on the
road to Irvine. This means the
best road possible with the labor
at his command. Some of the
Clay City road will probably bo
relocated to get better grades.
(Too late for last week.)
Joe Clark was homo from Cin
Miss Dean Barnett speut Sun
day with Miss Iloyt Mize.
Mr. Tom Curtis is quite ill at
this writing with stomach trouble.
Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Mize aud
family spent Sunday with John
Sam Mize and Grant Barnett
left Monday for Akron, O., after
a week's visit at homo.
Miss Viola McKnight has re
turned from a visit to her aunt,
Mrs. Charlie Nelson at Cincinnati.
Mr. and Mrs. Asa Todd spent
Sunday with the latter's mother,
Mrs. Martha Martin, on Snow
Miss l.elia Miller aud sister
from the oil itelds are spending
a few days with their aunt, Mrs.
The showers are making corn
look fine. If it continues season
able there will be a line crop.
Outs have been a failure.
Mesdaines Geo. Gravett, Char
lie Clark, Sain Carr and John
Burton will return Monday from
Cincinnati where they are visit
ing their sister, Mrs. Charlie Nel
A Doctor's Remeby For Caughs.
As a cure for coughs and colds
Dr. Hell's Pine-Tar- Honey com
bines these remedies in just the
right proportion to do the most
good for summer coughs or colds.
A trial will prove the value of this
splendid cough medicine. Dr.
Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey soothes the
irritation, stops your cough, kills
the cold germs and dees you a
world of good. A 25(3. bottle will
more than convince you it will
stop your cough. A', druggists.
It is easy to understand why
"the fool and his money are soon
parted," but the puzzling part of
it is how did the fool get the
money to part with.
ADVICE: Never buy cheap or un
known cosmetics from bargain stores,
live- and ten-cent stores, etc. Such
goods too often contain deleterious in-1
grcdients whieh do ultimate injury to j
the kin. All Elizabeth King Toilet i
Specialties are of superiine, warranted i
quality. Miss OUie Hoskius.
Powell Circuit Court.
Llllie Belle Watson, Gdn., Ac., IMffs.,
Geo. O. Watson's Ilelrs, Deft?.
Notice is hereby given that the plain
tiffs in the above styled action pending
in the Powell Circuit Court, will on
Sept. Oth, 1 10, move said court in
special term to authorize the guardian
of the infant children of Geo. 0. Wat
son, to lease the oil and gas in, on, and
underlying,aiid the surface of the below
described lands, for the purpose of
producing and marketing said oil and
gas, for which the above styled action
Said lands are in Powell County,
Kentucky, and more particularly de
scribed as follows: On the waters of
South Fork of Ued River and bounded
on the north by the lands of Weeden
Tipton, on the east by the lands of
James Jtryant, on the south by the
lands of John Marcum, on the west by
the lauds of I.en Brat ton, and contain
ing 117's acres more or less and being
the s'iine land conveyed to Geo. O
Watson by Dudley .Mcintosh and wife,
and deed bearing date December 10th,
1901, and of record indeed book 17, page
JO", Powell County Court records.
Liliie Helle Watson,
ltobt. L. Tipton, Guardian,
and other plaiutilTs.
The real man is one who al
ways finds excuses for others but
never excuses himself. Henry
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A free ease movement of the
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will give you a gentle laxative ef
fect without griping and free your
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have an excellent tonic effect on
the entire system. Makes you feel
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Low Prices and
lie have a large stock of general mer
chandise, shoes, groceries, etc., aud ice know
that by dealing with us
You Can Save Money .
We try to keey our stock complete and
our aim is io give every customer full value
for their money. Give us a trial.
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says Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., In
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as well as run a big water mill.
1 wish every suffering woman would give
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