LICKING VALLEY COURIER
Look Here For It.
Votes for Women a Success
Try a Gallon of our Poindexter eight-year-
old Bottled inBond at $4.00 per
gallon, express prepaid.
Things we all ought to know
The Map Proves
but which none of u3 can
remember, and often
don't know where to
look to find it.
P. H. DAVIS.
DAVIS & KAY
DISTILLERS' AGENTS. SUCCESSORS TO LOUIS KAY,
'. WMTI STATES, Fall Saffnf SHADED STATES i TuoHm, fttal r Sekl SaffrM
SOTTED STATE l hriWA Partial Ctj aW Suit, Muaiaal Stiff of . BLACK STATES 1 N Saffn
1911- CAUF0RNIA 1914-NEVADA
Would any of these States have adopted EQUAL SUFFRAGE!
11 u uau oeea a lauure jusc across tne Border r
THE suffrage map of 1916 may show four more "free," white states. New
Jersey votes on the question of woman suffrage on October 19. New
York and Pennsylvania at tho November elections. The most significant
events of the past week are the announcements by President Woodrow
Wilson, Hon. Llndley M. Garrison, Secretary of War, and Joseph P. Tumulty,
secretary to President Wilson, that as citizens of New Jersey they would on
October 19 cast their ballots for woman suffrage and similar announcement!
from Mr. McAdoo, Secretary of the Treasury and son-in-law of the President,
from Mr. Redfleld, Secretary of Commerce, and from Mr. Wilson, Secretary
of Labor. .
In short, President Wilson, his private secretary and every member ot
his Cabinet coming from a "campaign" state has declared his intention of
voting for woman suffrage this fall. It looks as it the Democrats of the nation
were coming out for democracy! What are the Democrats of the Kentucky
Legislature going to do about It?
, President Wilson begins bis statement: "I Intend to vote for woman
suffrage In New Jersey because I believe that the time has come to extend
that privilege and responsibility to the women of the state."
IMPEESS on the young man who is burning the candle,at oth end
and who is spending his big salary as fast as he makes ithe VALUE
OF A BANK ACCOUNT. Start hint on the RIGHT ftOA 0 today,
If he is not hopeless he at once will see the error of his waj. ' lie open
ing of a bank account, has put a stop to many a youth's will defore to be
a HIGH FLIER. V I
122 N. LIMESTONE, LEXINGTON, KY
COMMERCIAL BANK, ,
West Liberty, Ky. ' '
Capital Stock and Surplus $ 17,400.
Deposits, $ 1 G0.000.
R. COLLIER, President.
W. A. DUNCAN, Cashier.
, C. FERGUSON, Vice-President.
D. S. HENRY, Asst. Cashier.
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MRS. E. L. HUTCHINSON,
Of Lexington, First Vice President of
the K. E. R. A., has recently been
elected President of the Fayet'te Equal
Rights Association. Mrs. Hutchinson
Is arranging .for a series of ten lec
tures for Mrs. Philip Snowden under
the auspices ot the suffrage organiza
tions of Kentucky. Dates bo far ar
ranged are: Covington, Nov. 5th; Rich
mond, 6th; Lexington, 8th; Frankfort,
12th; Louisville, 14th; Owcnsboro,
18th; Paducah, 19th. Some dates are
still open. Though Mrs. Snowden has
to break ber Kentucky trip to keep en
gagements in Cleveland, Cincinnati
and Chicago,-any tou desiring Mrs.
Snowden Bhould apply to Mrs. E. L.
Hutchinson, Lexington, Ky., for terms
"THE TIME HAS COME."
President Woodrow Wilson.
A bill to submit to the voters of I
Kentucky an amendment to the con
stitution granting suffrage to women
will be presented at the next Legisla
ture. The submission of the question
was'endorsed by the Republican party
in convention assembled. The Prohi
bition and Socialist parties stood; as
they have always stood, for the prin
ciple ot woman suffrage. The plat
form of the Progressive party adopted
at its convention In Louisville contains
this Dlank: "We desire to reiterate
our belief in the just principle of wo
man suffrage and urge upon the next
Legislature to submit the question to
the voters of Kentucky."
The Democratic party is the only
one In Kentucky which has failed to
Include a woman suffrage plank In Its
platform. The women of Kentucky
will, nevertheless, appeal with some
confidence to the Democratic mem
bers ot the next Legislature to pass
a submission bill, especially since the
declaration of President Wilson and
all the members of his Cabinet in
states where the question is to be put
to the Issue this fall, that the woman
suffrage question should be settled by
appeal to the voters of each state.
HIS Is a little
benrt to heart
talk. It's meant
for ,the business
men of this terri
tory; for those who
udrertlse and for
those who ought
Friend, you must make your
customers buy from you MEN
TALLY before they purchase in
You must arouse and interest
the mind before you can reach
tbe pucketbook. Thought pre
. Muk tbe FAMILY, CIRCLE
SHOPriNO CENTER. First go
after tbe money spent mentally
by the fireside. Get your sell
ing story ready tot the psycho
logical buying moment. Make
It as effective as you know bow.
Give It a PUNCH. Make every
feoture a VITAL FACT. List
the DETAILS. Tho people want
to know all you have to say.
Tell tbe WHOLE story. Hum
mer your persuasion home. Tbe
results then lie between your
competitor and yourself.
Remember, this newspaper
takes you luto tbe homes of tho
BUYING class of people. You
can tell your story where It will
do tbe most good. Tell It tbu
WINNING way. We'll help you
put ZING into your copy If yuu
want us to.
1 1 1 1 Miss Myrtle Cothrum, III
I II I of Russell ville, Ala., lays: III
III "For nearly t year. I suf- llf
11 p. J': J.t'J:tw a 1L. - JI.U
Do You Need :
Life or Accident
fered with terrible back
ache, pains in my limbs,
and my head ached nearly
all the time. Our family
doctor treated me, but
only gave me temporary
relief. 1 was certainly In
bad health. My school
teacher advised me to
The Woman's Tonic
1 took twAbottiej, Jbra ,;iTl, I
and was cured. i snau
always praise Cardui to
sick and suffering wo
men." If you suffer from
pains peculiar to weak
women, such as head
ache, backache, or other
symptoms of womanly
trouble, or i you merely
need a tonic lor that tired,
nervous, worn-out feel-
try Cardui. e-B
' Apple v
j it's ' '
r lys jMJ
2-year-old Sam Clay
2-stamp goods $2.00 per gal
2-year-old Van Hook
2-stamp goods 2. 00 per gal
In case lots, 12 full quarts, $6.00;
24 pints, 14-ounce, $6.00; Drum,
100 pints, 14-ounce, $25.00.
Pure White North Carolina
Moonshine, 100 proof 2.00 per gal
6-year-old Sam Clay, 100
, proof, 2-stamp goods 3. 00 per gal
6-year-old Old Tarr, 100
proof, 2-stamp goods 3.00 per gal
Cedar Brook in Bulk, 9 years
old, 117 proof 5. 00 per gal
Belle of Montgomery, Bottled
inBond...; $0.75 per qt
Old Tarr, Bottled'in Bond 75perqt
Old Elk, Bottled in Bond. 75 per qt
Van Hook, Bottled in Bond 75 te
Sam Clay, fiottled in Bond . . . , .85 per qt S $
Bond & Lillard, Bottled in Bond. 1.00 per qt
Old Taylor, Bottled in Ijjond ' 1.00 per qt -
Chicken Cock, Bottled In Bond . .. 1.00 ner at
ftA Pronflrto RAfflad in l rr
v.v .buuw, 111 JIVUU X.Uv pet ljl
John Poindexter, . 8 years old i.oo per qtg Z
go,Cedar Brook, 8 years old 1.25
No. 2 Brandy 2.00 ner eal o 2
"IKentucky Brandy .... 3.00 ner eal"6
gjApricot Brandy $2.00 &
? Pure Kentucky Apple Brandy
1 " m
a.w per gal
(jp Holland Gin 2.00
-Stone Root and Gin. 75c qt.
per gai n?
i 5 y
4.00 per gal jjt
62 Old Elk
J. 8am Cnv
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fr-w r rn it r n-r-
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a; wiu myior.
SiRnnd T il
Vr Cedar Brook, 8
trade murk! coi)i-inhtoiiltil onto
f. Urnd mo.1'1. ki:ri or rlx"" "'
M-ripilon for FREE SEARCH d nport
on iNitntAbtlity. lUnk nrlrriHi.
PATENTS BUILO FORTUNES for
ral ro you mow), Writ today.
D. SWIFT & CO,
I PATENT LAWYERS,
1303 Seventh St., Vashlngton, D. C.
MRS. J. D. HAYS,
Of Owensboro, the Third Vlco Presi
dent of tho K. E. It. A., Is promliR-iitly
fc-inwn as club woman and for h'r
Mlani philunthroplo work In her
.Ity. Mrs. Huys was elected ut
last meriting ot the K. E. It. A. to
. a vacancy on tbe board.
MRS. CHARLES FIRTH,
Of CovliiRton, Second Vice President of
tho K. 10. It. A., has just returned from
BPvera! weeks campalKnlng iu the West Liberty, Ky.
swio oi rscw jercy. Airs, f irm a-
drcsHed audiences approximating 2,700
pooplo, muny of the meetings being
held out ot doors. In spite of a slight
aiilomobilc accident In maneuvering
for a position on the street In one
city,, Mrs. Firth kept all ot her engage
ment, won muny votes and returned
Inline In good condition and on sched-
ulu lime. 'Mis. Harry Whiteside, ot
I.ouIsyIIIc, another Kenturkian, has
been rendering -signal service In the
New Jemey campaign and will go later
to New York. Mrs. Firth and Mrs.
Whiteside will tell of campaign exper-
leuecH at the Pboeuix Hotel bauquot
I represent .
tu- rk ,,uu .;f Tn. Jfiiiarson scnooi sr Law.
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lOMI'LIVrB TWO VKAK UOI' tsK. W f
-r, T . ..) llbmrlc -,( htip liiir.au. TulUott 1V,,J
Th rJnvfU Amnin Health will i.r.t'if.Kjkmotlicioi" A VT,','.'5
. . - - - l-hiiuiaHjuffer.oiirM.4rtofrfti4ii.wrlU
and Accident insurance Lo. ot anm prNNrRiKra Sk-v. Lonisiille. Kj.
If you are in need of either
call on me by phone or in
person and I will be glad to
. W. S. Potts, Agent,
Times Had Changed.
Young Englcy married the
charming Olive, and after the
wedding breakfast he chanced to
notice one of the guests, a young
man, who appeared to be extreme
ly gloomy and was evidently not
having a good time. He stepped
up to the young fellow with tho
idea (f cheering him up.
"Er-have you kissed
bride?" he asked.
"Not lately," replied the
goomy one witn a laraway ex
Sheriff's Sale for Taxes.
Dy virtue of the taxes due the Slate and
county for the year 11)1:), I, or one n( my
deputies, will on
MONDAY, NOVEM11K R 8, llll.'i,
(it being County Court day) at I o'clock
p. tn., or thereabouts, at t lie front door of
court house in West Liberty, Ky, sell at
public outcry for rush in linnd the lullow-
ing real estate to satisfy said luxes:
(K) acres no head of Cunry, levied on lis
the property of Jas. It. Iiailey. Nearest
resident, Jus. Pruter. Tax, sflKIU; penally,
t0.r); iuterest,$l.1'.. rust, (' ;,0; toU.I,$i:MS
Frank Kenuard, S M. C.
278-4 Hy J. 11. Shockey, D. S.
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DELIVERED JlHY 4, 1876
Many of our older citizens wil
remember hearing. the justly fa
mous Historical At'dress of the
eloquent Colonel Hlzelrigg, and
because Of the historical value of
it to Morgan county we have
printed and bound It and olfer it
for sale while thei last at 35
cents a copy. AddVess
West Liberty, Ky.
Dr. killes' Ixattv
uk (or "mora tat.'
Heurnlgla uuin iTMt niffarlns. Tt,
UUn- nU-P.a ftU (Irt gnat rl.
Chamberlain's iiiiigh Hsmed;
Curt Colds, Croup nil WliuopinK Cough.
Eldrlf pMpli n Dr. UVm
atlvt 1WU Ucim UT
Blackberry' Wine .
a fin Twf ral M
IjprgtniarDare. r.r. ;:t: t . ;. . .' r.V; . T. v;'r. r. . .v".65i)er qt
vp .Sherry Wine: 75per qt
jrort Wine 75perqt
SPECIAL PRICES ON CASE LOTS .gj
BOTTLED IN BOND
Case ofCase of Case of Case of Case of Case of
4 full full 8 full 12 full 24 full I 48 full
Quarts iQnarta Quarts Quarts Pjntsll JPlnts
3.00 4.o() lHt.00 9.00 ' 5 ..r0 $10.00
3.00 4.50 0.(10 8.75 9.2.") 0.7.j
3.1X) 4..r)0 .00 9.00 9.50 10.00
3.00 4.50 (1.00 9.00 9.50 10.00
3.75 5.(10 7.40 11.00
4.00 (1.00 8.00 11.50
4.00 0.00 8.00 11.60
4.75 7.15 0.5O 12.00
HOW TO REMIT. Send bank draft, post office or express
money order. Don't send cash in an
envelope unless registered. Personal checks are subject to
collection before shipment is made, if party ordering is un
known to us. Don't send postage stamps.
QUICK DELIVERY All packages sent same day order is!
received. We ship in plain, strong
boxes, bearing no advertising matter on outsido and always
We do not ship to minors.
Davis & Kay, 122 N. Limestone, Lexington, Ky.
Enclosed find for
(Draft, Express or P. O. Money Order)
in full payment for
(Very important that we have your correct postofflce address)
Express Office , :
Post Officel....'. ....... 1
Write your name and address plainly.
Made A New Man Of Him.
"I was BuuerinK from pain In my
stomach, head and hick," writes 11.
T. Alston, Raleigh, ft, "and m
liver and kfilnevs did not work rlRb
hut four bottles ot J-Jectrio Hitters
made me fed like a Dew man.
PRICE bO CTS. AT ALL DRUG STORES.
All shipments made same day order is received.
Four-year-old "Old Tarr," 100 proof, 2-stamp gooos.
' v ; our own bottling, at
:UX) PKR OAI.LON
DAVIS & KAY,
1 122 fl. Limestone, Lexington. Ky
Town of West Liberty Officers:
Police Judge, A. W. Smith
Attorney, A.N. Cisco
Marshal, John M. Cottle
Clerk of Board Trustees, Byron C.sco,
Trustees, H. G. Cottle, Chairman, T. B.
Sturdivent, Jas. M. Klam, W. H. Wheeler,
M. T. Womack. . '
Police Court, First Wednesday in each
month for civil causes.
County Judge, S. S. Dennis,
County Attorney, S. M. R. Hurt.
County Court Clerk, Ren V. Nickell,
Sheriff, L. A. Lykins,
Treasurer, W. M., Gardner,
Supt. Schools, Jas. W. Davis,
Jailer, H, C. Combs,
Assessor, A O Peyton,
Coroner, Ollie B. Nickell,
Surveyoi, M. P. Turner,
Game and Fish Warden, John M. Perry.
County Court, Second Monday in each
Quarterly Court, Tuesday after Second
Monday in each month.
Fiscal Court, On Wednesday after Fourth
Monday in April and October.
First District, Jas. R. Day, West Liberty,
Ky., First Monday in each month. Con
stable, G. M. Bellamy.
Second District, J. M. Carpenter, Omer,
Ky., Tuesday alter First Monday in each
month. Constable. Martin Mannin.
Third District, J. M. Gevedon, Grassy
Creek, Ky., Wednesday after First Mon
day in each month. Constable, S. R.
Fourth District, B. F. Blankenship, De-
mund, Ky., Thursday after First Monday
in each month. Constable. M. O. Harper
Fifth District, W. C. Taulbee.Insko.Ky,
Friday after First Monday in each month.
Constable, W. E. Bentley.
Sixth District, T. S. McGuire, Caney, Ky., .
Saturday after First Monday in each month.
Constable, W. J. Griffins.
Seventh District, D. M. Cox, Moon, Ky.,
Wednesday alter Second Monday in each
month. Constable, M. G. Wolfenbarger.
Eighth District, Jas. H. Lewis, Blaze,
Ky., Friday after Second Monday in each
month. Constable, Bruce Perry.
COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION
Jas. W. Davis, Chairman.
Educational Division No. I, Jas. H. Lewis.
Educational Divis'n No. a, L, G. Murphy, Sr
Educational Division No. 3, Moses G. Lac
Educational Division No. 4, W. M. Cox.
-.Maets SacoJuLMonday in each month, ..
Circuit Judge, M. M. Redwine, Sandy
Commonwealth's Attorney, John M.
Waugh, Grayson, Ky.
Circuit, Court Clerk, R. M. Oakley,
Trustee Jury Fund, G. W. Phillips,
Master Commissioner, S. R. Collier,
Deputy Master Commissioner, J. D. Lykins,
Morgan Circuit Court begins Fourth
Monday in June and Third Monday in
March and November, lS judicial days.
KENTUCKY STATE GOVERNMENT.
Governor, James B. McCreary.
Lieutenant Governor, Edward J. McDermott
Secretary of State, C. F. Crecelius.
Attorney General, James Garnett,
Auditor of Public Accounts, H. M. Bos
State Treasurer, Tliomas S. Rhea.
Superintendent of Public Instruction
Commissioner of Agriculture, Labor and
Statistics, J. W. Newman.
Clerk of the Court of Appeals, Robert I..
State Senator Thirty. fourih District, Chas.
Representative Ninety-first District, E. F.
, KENTUCKY COURT OF ATPBAI.t,
Judge ShackcUurd Miller, Louisville
Judge John D. Carroll New Castle
Judge J. B. Hannah, . Sandy Hook
Judge T J. Nunn, Madisonville
Judge Warren E. Settle, Boling Green
Judge Rollin Hurt, Columbia
Judge Charier Cyrus Turner, Mt. Sterling
Commissioner of Appeals
William Rogers Clay, Lexington
UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT.
President, Woodrow Wilson, New Jersey.
Vice-President, Thos. R. Marshall, Indiana.
Sec. of State, Robert Lansing, New York
Sec. of Treasury, Wni. G. McAdoo, N. Y.
Sec. ot War, Lindley M. Garrison, N. J.
Attune) -Gen. Thos. W. Gregory, Texas
Postmaster Gen., Albert S. Burleson, Tex.
Sec. of Navy, Joiepl.ui Daniels, N. C
Sec. of Interior, Franklin K Lane, Cal.
Sec of Agiiculture, David 1". Houston, Mo.
Sec. o1 Commerce, Win. C. Redlieldi N. Y.
Sec. of l.alxr, Wm. 11. Wilson, Pa. '
UNITED STATES SU'RKMB COURT
I'.dward D. White, l.ousiana.
Y V CI 1 1 LC U wh0 wiU boost subscrip
tions, at every postoffice in the county at
which the Courier is not represented.
Oliver Wendell Uplines,
William R. Day,
Jas. C. MiReynnhls
Charles K. Hughes,
Willis Van Devanter,
Joseph R. Liinuir,
' U. S. DISTRICT COURT.
Eastern Distiict ol Kentucky
Judge, A. M. J. Cochran, Mnysville.
U. S. Senators: Ollie M. James,
J. C. W. IWkham.
Congrnnmnn qth DiM., W. J. Fields.
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