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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): April 8, 1915 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1915 cla1915040801_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.): April 8, 1915 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1915 $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. 0 A 1, r ' , "V THE ,M. P. O'MARA, Owner and Publisher f CITY TIME S We are Here to Help Clay Citythe Surrounding Country and Ourselves. 3sry.. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. 'vol. xx; tfeefl Kennon rt T.h KNDKAVOU OLVY OITY PKOGUAM FOU SU.V-I)A- OfjTffURDA'Y. APRIL. 8. Council Meeting 1915. NO. 4 Dies Suddenly corn-inanit- APRIL 11, 1015. ;if, . sympathy of the entire next life. goes out to the larhily of LEADKlt y Mr. .1. M. Kehllon in the lo!s of little Helen, wlio( ,tittl Tuesday morning in Lexington, whero she lied been taken for treatment. She had been taken down by Dr. Williamson the. curly; train, and while wait'ng in the Union Station. for tho nmbiiliinco to ,e?rry. her to the hospital, ahe pussed away quite suddenly. Tho little girl, who wan twelve years of ago, was taken ill Sunday morning, and os her ease did not respond 10 treutruent it was decided to take her" to the hospital ft Lexington in order to determine whether she had appendicitis or some other trouble. . Helen was a very bright little girl, beloved by all wh knew her. and she will be sadly missed both In" the family and by her little She was un earnest playmates. worker in the Sunday School of the h'rlstian Church and n member of. the. Endeavor class. Tho bodywas brought buek. to Clay City nivlhe afternoon train, the burial takjng plaptjVeduesduy .at Jhov.KeiiDtHV burying ground, -- SUBJECT, Getting ready for tho Trustees itfet i:f regular session Mrs. Julia White with nil IbcMHenibera present. In Col. 3: M addition tv tie regulur routine Rending Lesson business' themattor of enforcing Prayer WJien is it the best time to get ready the soft drinlfSordiiinricecMine up. Mr. Wnldron for the next life and it was decided to enforce tho How must we get ready tlio next ., Sirs. Wnldron ordinance through tho courts, and life Halliu Rogers n committee was appointed to ar- Luke. IS!: 20 Aby Rogers range with an attorney to look Phil. 1:5 How did the christian in the Pilgrim's after tho interests of the town. Progress begin his journey J. H. Eatoit ticked the Board to Ewen. Mrs. Hoyt Kussell build, a pieco i'f rondel ending to Milt Roscoe Ringo .Tgshua '8aturdaft iiighl the Board of It is n penitentiary oirense to kill any of these birds and wo trus (By P. O. Derthick.) that they will grow and multiply unmolested. The state of KenEverybody looks hnppy since tucky is being stocked with the tho warmer weather has come. birds. Miss Lccta Oorthick is recover. The writer has been informed ing from pneumonia fnver. The by l'rof. J.U. Uanley that he has seige was short but severe while it invited Rev. D. Combs to give lusted. the bauaiaureate address to the Mrs. Nell Atkinson has been vis students on May L'otli, and also iting for soverul dnys with her Mrs. Cora Wilson Stewart, to deparents, Mr. and Mrs. James livered the CotiiiLenceuient STANTON. v (. ad-dre- sr on May 231 U. 5:0 Hebrews 11:27. ...Mrs. Alice Smothers' Luke 20 : 38 Pearl Smothers Gardner Bhimfessel John 6: 50 Fannie Mny Shimfessel John 8: 21 Why'should our preparation for the next life never cease Blanche Shearer Whnt does Titer menu by making your calling and election sure Miss Daisy Shearer Romans 2:7 . . . ,Mrs. Reese Wiggins 1st. Cor. 15: 53 .. ..... Vernon Shearer 2nd.-Co- r. .. Herbert Wnldron 5: What docs it mean, to bo dead to the world: .... .Miss Gertrude Vollnier 2nd. Kings 20: i Grant Frazier 2.. Lykim left Monday foi the river, hut'aftersdme discussion Cincinnati where he went to buv It was decidtjfl lh.it tile town was goods for his ftore. unable' nf present to do anything Dave Lucas returned home Satur owing to'lackif fundVl day after n two weeks visit with relatives and friends in.Lee county. Rev. D.'H&Mathcrfy, filled his W. J. Vuughan, Stnto Field regular nppVin'tiiient tit SpeedWorker of the 'Kentucky Sunday well, .Mailistftciiuiity, last School Association, spoke at the n OhristJan College Chapel Monday Morning , Endeavor, cTf&Sj to the students. idiuriuy I'rollit had the misfor- tune to have Ins house burn Uoao Saturday arternoon. Very lutn of the household goods were saved-Mr- , frullitimd but recently purchased this place and it leaves him lu a bad UX. Ihe house cuuyut Iiom u uelective liuu. .ur, Jason Holder s house caught lire the ouu'euay but they discovered It in nine to save it. fWlftbv girl was"' born to 'Mrs. Kenntmibout an hour before the' death of Hulent nnd for a Utne Hie mother's condition was critical, but jhe is now doing well. 1 lie District Sunday school u Mrs. Ollie Mcintosh, of Camp- ton Jet. , and Myrtle Banks, of held at oluy City wut i Oti Monday Joe Mmintz nnd Winchester, were visitors with Mr. ueciued Song success. llieru were their first and Mrs. Henry Morris this week. ..'.Mizpah Prayer (Waiter RVvnJ'ilds-J(ioBenediction: bpleuuid crowds presein at ail the . bath of ti04iasoi in tho river. J. It. Stone went to Filson Tues sessions and rspeciull ut the night 'swing Mr, F. G. Uonlee. who has been While worKijjrinJhe.'toew day, where he inspected a car services. W. J. Vuughan, of the bridgp.Qni'.oflHiltli! slipped and as load of hogs for Win. Bowen fariliirrif" near Levee for someKentucky Suoday School Assoc. thev'happeneef to'h'i)bar the center time, has le.ased the hotel property was the main speaKeraiid bis .of the: bridgedlfty wo,ivt'dowti with -- Miss Bessie Curry,' who has of Mrs. Rustcll. occupied by Mrs. it. The watey.-- o'illy;nbiiut.two been living in Winchestpr, slop' tlkt Were, very interesting. Every- 'p Gt WTite, and'ilNyonduct a Iviuj.at fif'tdept.itUCJi .Reynolds Witf- .diujUted 6 unreal jnrssnre 'Ant-- r t f ftaiFrH' iSfl Sf ,iit s e: pea kj T h e, ntee t iigStvef eh e'i Joe oameTn for all" the splash, imd hoS(JjiFIuoiWr.'? thorough writing. Owing" to , Di Lemming- - made a business ii tlte': OhT?fstVanChTrchW We their patFon niH be well." looked not a the cable being1 wrapped about one trip, t'i Winchester- Tuesday to hardly knew thecburch when we after. of the trees it gae very slowly, have hi" thrort attended to by entered its doors as it has been fixed up so beautifully on the inneither-onWnfr.at all injured. Dr. Clark Go to A. Hunker's for fresh nnd side. The ladies of the town Imd fish every week. Mrs. Lawreneo Knox, of Nadu, prrvidrd a tiountiful dinner, with BE TO .'if and Mrs. WHA1 WOULD of Fin abundance of cniukeu, salads, Shackelford, k 4 iCoolBath jv. "at rfi 11 - e - 5 ifc month nnd wears - Miss OUie Hoskins was tho best Booster for tho tho gold watch, Who 111 wear tho next? Tho next one will be given to tho individual not having won ono, or who is not u relative of u win. nor or not a helper, w"ho casts tho most coupons from tho count of Monday, April 5, to the count of Monday, May 3. Arc you getting alfyoiir baby friends nominated for tho Baby Show? iet your patrons In on Wednesdays. See tho Bulletin. Board at our In tho Baby Show. ' Register at our store and Mor to get get tho 100 Booster Coupons for your favorite Baby and Booster. Baby i'lio,j:hses.Saturday, April 21. V? r SPECIAL NOTICE Our unw hah are here and thou urn prettier and more stylish than ever before. Oar new dress goods, laoes and embroideries have atso arrived, and you are invited- to call and. see them. We still offer Mens' Hints and Shoes at reduced prices. lhs take Light weight and- give coupons and we appreciate your patronage. - - J; W. Williams j (THK UOOSTKK STORE) eastle were visiting their sister, dressing, hums, pies, cakes, aud Mrs. Lydia Daniels this week. oh, so many 'hiiigs we could not (Contributed by.M, F.', Slade, Ky.) I am very coMand hungry, sir, Misses Matilda Ilatton and begin to rat half of what they had. lion t glare ai.meina irow n Alpha Kobbins who have been at I'lie people of Clay City are noted I am a drunkard'slonely child for the good things they have durtending the State Normal at In this your licensed town. ing such meetings as these. The came home Fridav. Miss 1 asked tho mayor thevothor day . ... ... wnisKy son .... . wny noietinem ?.. Ilatton returned to her school next District County Convention will he held at Nadu the fifth SunAnd b'urn the breasts of tho drinkers Tuesd.iv. Miss Rohhins was taken day in May nnd everybody is invitAnd send their souls to hell. sick nnd unable to go now. ed. Hy the w ay, ladies of Nada ate He looked at mo to very strong Rev. J. T. Adams preached tho noted for the wny they feed their That I scarce knew what to do; His answer wa3 .".Foe money, child, Easter sermon at the Christian guests especially when tho preachBut what is thlto you?" Church last Suudnv. The day er is entertained in their homes. My papa is a drunkard was ideal and a good crowd was Gran Hackworth wab chosen tie pale And my mama's grieved-anpresent. Urn. Combs prenched nt DUtrict President and his good I thought if yoiMvould help mo we coum stop irs saie. Ho announced wife as Secretary. A large crowd th.o night service That that he would preach on the first from Stanton were down to the You say 'tis sold for monoy, sir, and third Sundays hereafter. And this I'm sure is true, convention, the wrilar not being But if you will only visit our homo able to get all the names. Mrs. Vance who recently movod You can see what whisky will do. Our houkO is baro, and oh, so cold ; in the Gamhoe broperty ueross the The Thirteenth District Sunday We have no clothes or bread river, received a telegram Monday School Con ven tion of thuChristain My papa spend his mouey in saloons, calling her to the bedside of her Church will be held at Stanton For Revenue, 'tis. said. daughter in West Virginia and from the Mth to 10th of Muy. My mother tells me overy night she left on next tiain for there. , Tho writer can assure all that a To kneel with her and pray splendid piogrnm has been preThat wo will have a happy homo D. R. Clark returned .Monday pared and wp nro anticipating the When wc- vote saloons away. from a weeks viMt with his daughtsometimes think I would like to die greatest convention this district I er Mrs. Myrtice Conleo of near And to my saviour go has had for many year.?, The Richmond. He attended county But when I think of papa, sir, district is composed of the counties court day at Richmond on Monday. It grieves my heart, you know. of Powell, KM ill, Lee, Wolfo nnd They say that Heaven is a happy place W aro expecting There was a largo crowd from Ureathitt. That sorrow theru don't dwell Clay City came to attend court from all thcte counties. But how could I be happy there, Monday but the writer did not Stie.h speakers as Pres. Crossfield And my pupa's home in hel? And will you fathers help us learn the names of the strangers. of TransylvauiH Uuiversity, "I'reet To work and Sgnt and pray Among those here were CJreeti J. ') McOnrvuy of Hazel Green And when thf.next election comes Garrett, Charley Spencer, Oreeu Academy, Walter E. Prazro, Seo- To drive mUom away? Spurlock, Grant Hunks, and a host retary of the S. S. work of Ken-'.3Oh, help to save the fathers of drummers. tucky, W. L. Irvin, of Jackson, Who are oa th downward road II. W. Elliott, State Senary ol And brighten tUo Uvea of children The Stute sent sonm English Kentucky of tho Christain Church, Who now aro boaring the lend ; pheasants to Came Warden John J . L. Hilton of the Orphans Home And make their homes the brighter Creed a fov days ago and they For heaven, would bo more sweet of Louisville, Mrs. Louise Loos were, divided up between R. O. By Uklnx papa.witk them (Continued on Page Six.) To land at Jesus' feet. Hall, Jack Welch and Mr. Creed. Rich-mon- d - WITHOUT MY PAPA THERE.. V ' ' t' THE A TIMES. as a ANNOUNCEMENTS Tor Railroad Commissioner. "Vc arc authorized to announce T!ic II. 0. GARRETT candidate for Railroad Commissioner in the Third Railroad Eighteen Years Old Commissioners District. Subject to the action of the Republican Best Weekly In this Section. primary August 7, 1915. Democratic Newspaper RATE-.fl- VJHSCIHPTJOX .00 per For Circuit Judge. year in advance. M. P. O'MARA, OWNER AND PUBLISHER. We arc authorized to announce W. R. SHACKELFORD as Candidate for the Democratic nomination for Circuit Judge of the Twenty-fiftJudicial district Primary election August 7, 1915. h "We are nuthorized to announce Entered us second-clas- s mail mat J. M. BENTON, r nt the Post Office at Clay City, of Winchester, Ky., as a candidate under the Act of Congress of r-- li X 1879. HOMK-.- M A ADK PAPER for the Democratic nomination for Circuit Judge in the 25th. Judicial district. Primary election August 7, 1915. For Circuit Clerk. We are authorized to announce 0. N. CROWE as a candidate for Circuit Court Last week it was reported in Clerk of Powell County, subject practically ail the. city papers to the action of the Democratic that the Mr. Lnrisnu who lost his primary, Aupust .7, 1015. life in the tire which necured at his home Monday nidit, was a For Representative. photographer who had lived in "We arc authorized to announce Middletown, Ohio. Tli s stateA. M. LOWE ment was an error, tho dead man as a candidate for Representative heinjr confused with another Mr. from this district, subject to the Larison who lives here. The dead action of the Democratic primary, man had heen farinini: on Hard August 7, 1915. wicks (Jreek for the past eight We arc authorized to announce years, and hud lived in the counT. J. PONDER ty all his life. The woman who lost her life was Mrs. Olmrles, as a candidate for the Republican wife of Hert Oharles, clerk at nomination for Representative from this District. Primary Authe Fanners Union, store, and gust 7, 1915. not Miss Charles, as reported. We are authorized to announce , J.-WQ0LERY A troni: movement is.nn'.foot as a caildiilato for Representative throughout the coniirV to better roads aild we h,.ve from tins district. Subject to the heen promised Mime aood articles action of the Democratic primary. August 7, .1915. on this suhject in the neur future. Good rads are absolutely We are authorized to announce ueccessary to the ndvaiiumeut nf B. P. HATTON any county and the new State as a candidate for the Republican Aid Law makes il possible for nomination for Representative Powell county tn improve- our from this district, subject to the mails without any additional ex- action of the Republican primary, August 7, 1915. pense to the taxpayers. W. THURSDAY, APR. 8. 1916 ed of a twitching pensntion most of the time. Itching of thu nose am' dizziness were other symptoms enumerated by the juwoler. "He ask me," said Mr. Cooper, Finest Timepiece In Ken'if I thought Tanlao would help tucky of Famhis child. In reply, I stated that ous Medicine he could test the medicine on its own merits. The result was that Louisville, April 7. A very he bought. Tanlac for his sou. handsome watch is now on exhibi- "Thinking nothing particuhuly of the incident, 1 was n little surtion iinhis city. Tho witch, which is tho pro- prised a few months later to receive ii letter from tho jeweler, perty of L. the noted stating that Tanlac had relieved "Tanlac Man," is valued at 500, inuyho a little more. Forty-seve- his on, who was now rosy and fhuvless cut diamonds tire running about liko the re.t of imbedded in its gilikcose, not to the boys and asking me if I would mention its equipment of pigeon l accept a 'small token ot his apI answered his blood ruby jewels. This beauti- preciation.' letter, telling him that while I ful is exquisitely embellished with ornamentation ,f would appreciate his gift, the fact that Tanlac had accomplish-eforiegn workmanship and s the right results in his child's the linest Swiss movements. case was sufficiently gratifying to It is really worth seeing. Accordthis ing to Mr. Cooper, the watch mi. Shortly afterward, heatititul watch came. You can came into his possession through tho merits of Tanlue. It happen-ed- , imagine my suprise. To me this so he gays, about this way: gift is invaluable, because it bears a double meaning." The ' In one of the large cities visit-efamous medicine, Tanlac, can by Mr. Cooper some time ago, now bo bought in Clay City at the young son of a. wealthy jew- Kiiton and MuGuire's, and in eler guttered from a complaint Stanton at Hardwick & (Jo's. winch had baffled physicians of the city and Eastern specialists. SPO'iT SPRING. The boy was anaemic, Hsllees and no at all playful and as liv.ily as Merchant W. L. Byrd was in the other little fellow of his own Winchester on a business mission age. The parent- said that "the last week. child's appetite was irregular, at. time ravenous anil .that he was Jordon Burnett visited his dauextremely nervous. and complain ghter, Mrs. Jas. Smith, near Mt. Watch Worth Fully $3,500 Result Sterling, over Sunday. Postmaster 1 nomas s. ti Meiun-- , ncy is confined lo his room with bad attack of stomach trouble; t. liauKiu tt. uarncii nan rcmi-- uni will move to the Claude SuinU farm on the river. .. I i. ...I n James Hunks visited Campion, his old hometown, and Winches-- ' ter, this week. Squire Slieltfjn McKinney bo't of Geo. W. Lewis, of Winchester a splend.d' young inulii for 1150. The "Saints" will shortly hold a meeting here, probably commencing next week. The preaching will be done by the Rev M. Bvrd, of Winchester, who bus frequently preached here mid who is most highly esteemed by the members of his faith. . (.-- time-piec- e d con-tain- WHOLE FAMILY DEPENDENT Mr. E. Williams, Hamilton, O., writes: "Our whole family deHoney." Maybe pend on Pinc-Ta- r someone in your family has a severe Cold perhaps it is the baby The original Dr. Bell's is an ever ready household remedy it gives immediato repenetrates lief. tho linings of the Throat and Lungs, destroys the Germs, and allows Nature to act. At any drugPinc-Tar-HonPine-Tar-IIon- ey d gist, 25 c. - Don't forget that Aprtl 25 is Kentucky's Sunday School Day, and one million people are wanted in the Suudav Schools on that day. Be sure and go. pro-nio'- e (mm UP ASJ) PAINT up I Remember April 19 to 26 is Clean up and Paint up Week Everywhere If you want your place to look spick and span by ttiat time you should use onlv the very best paint on your buildings - We are in receipt of a letter from Mr. J. V. llntson, who left this county a few months n for Missouri. Mr Iluismi i now lo .cated at Clinton, .Mo , and says he likes it line, although limes have heen very hard there this winter. He says there has heen snow on the around ail through March ami farmers are away with their work. I'rospects are good for a splendid crop of winter wheat Mr. IJutsou farmed for several years and is well known to many of our readers whu will tie glad to learn that he is doing well. lie-hind We are authorized to announce A. T. STEWART as a candidate for the Republican nomination for Representative for this district. Subject to tho action of the Republican primary, August 7, 1915. Wc are authorized to announce ALBERT EASTER as a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Representative for this district. Subject to the action of the Democratic primary, August 7, 1915. NOTICE! Sta'nton, Ky. April 5th, 1010. At a meeting of tliu stockholder of KURFEES IS PURE PAINT We have handled Kurfees' Paint far the past eight ..years and Every gallon sold is an adver- never had a dissatisfied customer. tho Red River lirick and Tile Com-pnn- y held this day. ull tho stoeklold- SOME FORMS OF RHEUMAers being represented, it pas annul- TISM CURABLE. motley that bnid corporation ho now dissolved, and that II. T. bo and ho is hereby appointed Klieumatism is a disease characterized by pains in tho joints and to wind up the n Hairs of snid corporation. in the muscles. Tho most common Dor-ibkfe- tisement for Kurfees. Why not use Kurfees 100 Per' Cent pure - forms ure: Acute and Chronic Rheumatism, Ithcumatio Headaches. Sciatic Rheumatism and Lumbago. All of these types can l.e helped absolutely by applying some good liniment that An application of Sloan's Liniment two or three times a day to the affected parts will givo instant relief. Sloan's Liniment is i.ood for pain, and especially Ithciinintic Pain, becuuse it penc-- t lutes to the scat of the trouble, xiothis the afflicted part ami dmws thu pain. "Sloan's Lini-i-eis p.ir nirdioinr." (let a 2ffc i 't'jtv. fv p it handy jo unae penetrates. nf O. COXM5B. l're-Idon- t. U NOTICE Ho II. T. ol- - DEU10KSO.V. Secretary. paint this time? DISSOLUTION. it known that tho lied Itiver Brick and Tilo Co., n coiporatiou of Stanton, Ky., has this day dhsolved n a corporation, and II. T. Dcrloksmi, of Stanton, Ky., lias been appointed to wind up its alTalrs. This April 5th. 1010. O. W, Coulee, President. II. T. Deriekson, Secretary. Grubbs COR. MAIN cS: Benton WINCHESTER, I a t't hri i These itieo warm dav remind l ha the tub w ill 1 BROAD WA KY. i i i;cii(',v. Ol It bile, $100 REWARD, $100 , . , The renders of. this paper will be plcnscd to lciirn thai there is fine young comJit lenv olie drended disease that I . . . science iuiK been able lo cure m bined horse ' fuMjs fjlnpos, and thit is Catarrh. "batari-"Knlt; Cure is the only .'jpositivt! curcuov known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh bethe good ing ii constitutional disease', requires a constitutional treatment. 'Hall's Catarrh Cute is taken in-- t'ernally, neliiig directly upon the Mood and mucoun surfaces of the will both make the seasystem, thereby destroying the at the stafoundation, of.thc disease., and giv- son of ing the pn limit strength by buildble of ing up the constitution and. assist-innature in doing its work. The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers that they offer One. Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure, end for list I. J. CHASE Owner. of testimonials. Address F. J. Chenev & Co., Toledo. Ohio. Sold by all Druggists, 75c. STRAWBERRY PLANTS Take Hall's Family Tills for constipation. Fruit and Shade Trees, and Old Papers for Sale at The our offering of the remarkTimes Office. able Mamouth Pearl Seed 4 -- AT STUD FAMOUS SWORDS OF TOLEDO ... The Admittedly the Best in the World, There Was Little Secret In Thtlr Conitructlon, EMERALD KING And Jack 3LACK SAM 1915 g JESSE CROWE Stanton Ky. THE WINCHESTER BANK, of Winchester, Ky. Capital Stock $100,000 Surplus and Undivided Profits .$200,000 .V. Potato. catalogue. Send for our free No Agents & Sons. Ky. H. F. Hillenmeyer Lexington, Holly Witheispoon, . R. Splint- President. Cashier. V.OUR ACCOUNT SOLICITED. POWELL & JACKSON . Writers of all Kinds of Fire. Life. Tcrnado. Lightning and Hall InsurWe are also agents for the ance Illinois Surety Company and are pre pared Jo do a general Bonding bus! Where to Eat in ness. They vail & JACKSON POWELL Sam W. Powell Linvllle Jackson Office In Court House Winchester Kentucky Many of tho kings of Spain accorded to tho finest swordmakcrs of Toledo ccrluin privileges, such a? exempt ioii from certain imposts and duties appertaining to the sal of sword3, the purchase of iron nnd steel and other primary malorial. Tito steel used by the cspadcros of Madrid was obtained in an iron mine situated about three miles from Man. drngon, in the Basque provinces. . . According to Pnlomcus, a Tolcdnn swordmakcr of the eighteenth cen-iur- y, it is on error to suppose that 3 on Time Deposits the Toledans preserved particular secrets for the tempering of their arms. Tlioy w ere compelled to ugo the water of the Tngus, d'J well as the fine white, rand that the river contains in its bed. This sand served for the Clay City, operation of what they termed hi calda," or cooling, for when tho metal became red and. commenced to throw off sparks the espsi-derinstantly sprinkled it with ALADDIN MANTLE LAMI sand. The blade having become cherry-re- d, Lamp ok rni: Worn n Stsi.ki I.NCANiti-.smxthey plunged the point into a wooden reservoir full of tho water Better than Electric. Burns Kerosene. of tho Tagus, and, having once cooled Twice the LiRht, ((Joal Oil) it, t hey straightened it as much as on Half the Oil, !,(; than was desirable. Most Economical, Old .Style Lump They then subjected such of tho Most KHiulili', BrighcM Light, Whitest l.iht. blades as had not hitherto been exMost Durable. Simple. .Sitfe. .Most SaiUfnctnry. posed to the fire, and when it began Mot Practical. No N'oi-iMost Ellicii'iit, No Odor, to redden they took it by the tongue KlegMiit. Clean, Patented, (.iiiiruiitccd. with red-hpincers und plunged it into sheep suet until it cooled, on C. P.'.McINTOSH, Distributor. Clay City. K, operation that imparted temper to it. One famous Tolcdan swordmakcr of whom mention i3 made was JuTakes Charge Of Home. ji charge nf homes; und tmimugh- lian, sutnamed el Moro, or the Moor, ily uudorntands their manage by reason of his coming from GraMr. Win. Schinuer, of Hrouk-- ment. nada, where ho worked until the end of tho fifteenth" ccnturv for Kiug lyu, New York, lias taken charge j lioabdil. This Bank Invites New Acco unts the basis of efficient service andabs oute security $ On per cent interest Paid Clay City National Bank "re-fresc- ar Kentucky, I os ; l,. ot 1 of the Highland Orphanage, ami Winchester and tell you. will at mice commence to put it Say, paw? Taw Well, what is it, son? in shape lo produce a crop oil' the Hiistnined somu severe, injuiii-- a - Little I mis Is writing poetry a land this yenr. few dayb ago when lie attemptMr. Schirinor v " profession oi--a disease has hud several years experience ed lo board a freight train. Little Louis A young fellow from Alabama P"" JONES RESTAURANT Cor Main & Washington. Good Barberlng Try A. P. JOHNSON In the old stand, next to the Red River Hotel. Red Bill The best, son of McDonald Chief will serve marcs at the low price of $8.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. - For TRACY UTOKELY Real Estate and Insurance. ItAILItOAD TIME TABLE Wo Buy and Sell Farm and City Lexington & Eastern Hallway Com Property of all kinds. Wc have some pany. nice farms in Clark and adjoining Westbound. counties for sale or rent. Writo us Eastbound. whnt you want. No. 4. No. 1. Dally. We write all kinds of Insurance. Dally. TRACY AND STOKELY. Office, Main DESCRIPTION Red Bill is a beautiful sorrel, 16 hands high, seven years old, heavy mane and tail, carries tail to perfection; has great natural style, and as to knee and hock action, is without a peer. lie goes all the Kentucky saddle gaits tq perfection, cither slow or fast, and shows considerable speed as a trotter. We commend him to all for his unusual intelligence and kindness of nature Red Bill's chance for a high place in the minds of the breeding public is unquestionable. Sec him before you book your mares. Red Bill was sired by McDonald Chief, 1651, Street, Winchester, Ky. 7:05A.M. 7:55A.M. 8:15A.M. 8:45A.M.j Lexington Winchester L. & E. June. Clay City Camp. Junct. Moloney I 9:27A.M. Chas. A. Carrithers, Jeweler and Optician, Oraduate of Elgin In 10:18 11 :20 12:02 1:44 A.M. A.M. Watc'i and Clock REPAIRING. Prompt Attention Ulven to Hall Uuilnets. WINCHESTER P.M. P.M. 3:35 P.M. 4:18 P.M. No. 3. 1:45 P.M. 2:37 P.M.j Jackson Haddlx Hazard Whlteaburg Mcltoberts Dally. Loxlngtou Winchester 3:55P.M. L. & K. June. Clay City . 3:28 P.M.j 4:12 P.M.j Camp. June. 5:00 P.M.j " Maloney Jackson 6:00 P.M.j G:13P.M.j Quicksand No. 5. 2:50 P.M. 1:45 P.M. I 1:30 P.M. j 1:00 P.M. 12:22 P.M. 11 :19 A.M. 10: 20 A.M. j 9:48 A.M. j 8:06 A.M. j 6:20 A.M. j 5:40 A.M, No. 2. Dally. j j j j j j j PEDIGREE hefty Rex McMcDonald, 883; he by Rex Denmark, 860; he by Creigler's Denmark. Donald Chief's first dam by Bourbou Chief, 976; Red Bill's first dam, Maud Thomas, 16306; she by Cochran's Roscoc; he by Woodford's Roscoc, 2471; he he by Blue Jeans, 3; second dam Molly Thomas, 6305; she by Ferman's War-field, Si; third dam Membriuo Legramlc, 09. HeU Bill traces to more fancy blood than any saddle btalllon on record ue his limed ing shows his sire and grandsires won moro premiums than nuy saddle stallion that ever entered the American show ring. A KENTUCKY T J. H. LACY & Real Estate IIOUSGS V : CO., Dally. 6:30A.M. C:47 A.M. SMS A.M.! 10:43 A.M.I 11:20 A.M. FOR SALE AM) RUNT A SPEC At.TY BIJg., Phone 94 Jncksou Haddlx Hazard 'Whltesburg McRoberts j j j 8:50 A.M, 8:00 A.M. 7:37 A.M, 7:00 A.M, C :19 A.M. 5:35 A.M. 4:45 A.M. 4:31A.M. No. 6. Dally, 0:45 P.M. 5 :45 A.M. II :26 P.M. 1:27 P.M. 12:45VP.M. lien retained on all colts for wawn fee, money duo when colt comes or mans parted with or bjed elsewhere. Grass furnished inures from a distance at $'J.OO per mouth. Murrn Iried regular. Not reHiwisiIblo for uccidents or i'M.'apis should any occur. Also at the same time and place I will stand the fine .lack f volt. Jim Poynter 6.00 and J7.00 to iiiMiro a living CITY HROI'ORTY Room 200 McEUowney W. A. RUSSELL, P. T. M.. 15 hands high, black and white points at Gart; taken to prevent accidents or escapes but not responsible should any Louisville. YjtyCMUSTCR, KUNTUCKY. Advertising in Tho Times will pay yon. If you don't hclioye it, let us convince you by a ti;inl, ,K'cur Season money due when colt comes, mare parted with or bred cist'whuru und licifWai'ued on colt until season money is paid. T. V. A.v , Abbott, R R. 7, WiuolujsUtr, K," ? V.'' JC.- - An Qpn Letter !T0 THE HOUSEKEEPERS OF POWELL COUNTY:. ' . ' . -- . , n - a fry?'-- . prices, of mer- ever noticed the way that'-thcharidise dropped in Clay City "immediately after the Parmer's' UniOn Mosti'aertainly they did drop lust as started business here, Have you e soon as our prices became known. and bounds and is still after-severa- l business has grown by leaps growing, mainly because our prices are low Our V. - i and the quality of our goods ffigh. pete with us, but pleased, they find Other merchants try to com --years of charging any prices they- r Tk. - r-- " t; fttf. to our prices. ' . , At the same time we' pay the farmer a higher price. for what 'he. Of course, wfedon't make as 'much profit but' wer.be has to sell'. Live"-Think of this when. or- lieve in the motto "'Live it hard to income down and'-:L"e- t . s Sr?? :4 K THE FARMERS ;, ! UN I ON ' SUPPLY CO'; Frank Kennon, Mgr. m air tir Tv'tr " , ; 2,', "--'1".' I " - " . . ., ' - - "V fr - GENET untili fall. We can CLEANING SIMILAR FATE. AND PRESSING. Clean- WHEN YOU WANT A SHAVE OR HAIR OUT OR ANY TONSORIAL WORK CALL ON H. H. PHERIOO. the whistle ol nro ftmajjed in pre- - Brodheud & Uurretts mill l Furniors paring theoil fur luro frojis. Nada tnoting every morn in j; at C J. Ii Dlaukburn, of South i'orl;, o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Ilattnn and liusinfifis licre wuh transacting family, of near iJosslyn, vicited last Friday. hear s fVlicre's my friend Gunn?" ' "He's been fired.". "And where's your friend Ball?" "He's been bounced.' HER IDEA. I am ready to do your Good ing and Pressing. work guaranteed and charges able. Orders left with reason- J. Bloom Mr. and Mr?. . I no. Mullens SaturBeulah I see it has been unofli-- 1 G. R. Orubtroe was a biipiiit-fday and Sundaj. Icially estimated that the caller here last Saturday. W. M. Ilutton was at:- - (Jenet consumption of tlid;tJnited States II. S. Martin was in Uowen about flyo quarts' per- capita ." sellinj; country one day last week on legal busw is m laBt-Thursday will receive prompt attention. JAMES WILLIAMS. Advertise in Tho Times, annu-ally- produce. ness. ., Belle Since the roads have bectm to SLADE. dry out the chuck of the wagon in nil directions. can be heard Farmers are busy sowing oats here 'I he dogwood dealers ami planting potatoes. are covering up the poles in saw Mis3 Maudit! Howeu, who is atdjist to prevent "sun cracking'' tending State Normal school at The meeting at Chop Chestnut was calh'd nil- on ac- Richmond, came homo for Easter. Yes, men aro'such stingy . . RCXA COLA BOTTLING WORKS -- things 1 Manufacturers of- - ROJA CONSIDERATION. COLA AND OTHER SOFT last ounday count of the preacher being to fill the appointment. BEACH BRANCH - "Has your horse a good disposition?" "Yep," replied Farmer CorntosseL "But ho wouldn't havo.if. I worried him as much r.s ho does, me." BE A TTYVILLE, DRINKS KY. STANTON un-abl- e of is visiting friends WANTED An Industrious man wlio Winchester, can i) urn $1'0 por month and expenses and relatives here. Mrs. Mollio G. Woodward, retailing our Products.-to COLLEGE, STANTON, Students - Admitted - at - any - Time. farmers Miss Minnio Congloton went to Must u Stanton Monday to take music Iiavo gonii' means'for starting ex penses und furnish bond signed by 2 Farmers in this section are lesson. hustling around these pretty da s. Taylor Adams has moved into ,Jne Mullens, the new teamHter, the section house, is keeping the road hot between Ancil Centers has moved into here and Bowon. tho housQ vacated by Mr, Adams Virgil Sparks, our special mail and Joe Alters, of Nada, movqd carrier from Pilot to Bowen was into tho house vacated by Mr. back hero last Sunday on other Centers. Miss Gladys Ledford is on the resumed sick list. Hope t to fee her well The fox hunters have their old job sinco the weather soon and ablo to attend Sunday school has opeuoa. up. Misses Sarah Mullens and Clummer, tho dogwood altended church at Tin buried. all tho poleathat man,-hligihaB.cuLand has, gone homo Tp.wn Sunday. Mr. 8 Mag-glo.Ford V. IV responsible men Address ltawlcigh Coirprny, F.rwport, Illr giving age, ocuupntiop and references One of the Best Schools in Kentucky. I Courses in Agriculture and Domestic Science. Review ClaMej in the Common Branches will be Concluded throughout, the Term. WHITE MAN WITH BLACK LIVER. The LiYcr is a blood purifier. It was thought at one time it was the seat of the passions. The trouble with most people is that their Liver becoinea'.hlack because' of impurities in the blood due to bad physical states; causing Bil iousness, Headache, .Dizziness and Constipation. Dr. .King's Now Life Pijla will clcatuup the Liver, and give you newillfe. r25c. at your Druggist. By paying patt of their Expenses in Work, Students may get Rates at the Dormitory as low as $1 5o per Week. For Information Write to business. Rev. J. C. Hanley, President, Stanton, JCy. 0 HOT WATcD MAKES DESERTS WINCHESTER, ' KY. lo do Current of the Cu.f Stream Responsible fop Many of the Arid Places of the Earth. COULD SCARCELY We are Prepared All kinds of Machine Work ' Both heavy and light. Also weld broken castings or any metal that will melt, and make them as good as new. : Smoke Stacks made to Order,. ALL WORK GUARANTEED -- Give Us a Trial and See How Quick We Do The Work. m ess. RICHMOND, KY. A TRAININu SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS J X. The great deserts of (he enrth owe thoir existence' chiefly to the influence of the hot water in the Ottlf stream. Water is one of the bodies And For Three Summers Mrs. in which heat is the most easily preserved, and consequently the Gulf Was Unable to Attend to stream, even in high latitudes, still Any of Her Housework. keep3 an enormous quantity of heat. The masses of air that rest on these hot waters arc kept at a temperature Pleasant Hill, N. C.- -"l suffered for higher than the surrounding temperature and form a veritable aerial three summers," writes Airs. Walter Gulf stream above the marine cur- Vincent, of this town, "and the third and rent. last time, was my worst. But this aerial current is not, like I had dreadful nervous headaches and the marine one, arrested by the mass prostration, and was scarcely able to of the continents. It continues its walk about. Could not do any of my route abandoning, in housework. Yin-ceover-Europ- WALK ABOUT believe taken it. After I began taking Cardui, 1 was greatly helped, and all three bottles relieved mc entirely. 1 fattened up, and grew so much stronger in three months, I felt like another person altogether." I would have died if I hadn't Cardui is purely vegetable and gentle-actinIts ingredients have a mild, tonic effect, on the womanly constitution. g. Courses leading to Elrmentarr, Intermediate and LIfo Bute Certificates. Valid in all Public Schools of fc'peclal Courses mid Review Courses. Tuition Free to Appointees. Two splendid dormitories, new model ecliool, new mannat training building, practice Kchool, department of agriculture, a well equipped Uomestlo Science. First Term begins pymtinflnm. Heptcmber 7, 8cond Term November 10, Third Term .1 anuary 23, Fourth Term April 6, Summer School opens Juno It, Catalogue Free. j. j. criABDK, President. Ken-luck- y, tlio form of riiin, the enormous masses of water it contains. It is these abundant precipitations which feed the enormous lakes of Sweden, Finland and northern Russia. On account of the rotation of the earth the aerial current turns first to the oast, then inclines toward the south. It thus constitutes masses of dry, cold air, which make the plains of Jtussia so bleak and wind-swep- t. As it draws nearer the equator the current of dry air is again warmed, but remains at the same time dry and without vapor. Its direction is than northeast, and as it passes over Turkestan, Arabia and Af i ea it' produces the great deserts found there. Thanks to the trade wind3, the aerial current at last returns to its starting point, the Gulf stream, after having; like everything else, done much good and much harm in its e.xtendcdjourney. NAME HAD PECULIAR ORIGIN I also had dreadful pains in my back and sides and when one of those weak, sinking spells would come on me, I would have to give up and lie down, until it wore off. I was certainly in a dreadful state of health, when I finally decided to try Cardui. the woman's tonic, and I firmly Cardui makes for increased strength, improves the appetite, tones up the nervous system, and helps to make pale, sallow cheeks.frcsh and rosy. Cardui lias helped more than a million weak women, during the past 50 years. It will surely do for you, what it has done for them. Try Cardui today. Write to: Quttannoza McJlclne Co., luiln' Dept.. Guttanooca. Trnn.. for Special if rlnictltmi on wmr cite and book. "Ilonit 1 rcatment for Womtn," sent In plain ripri. 5 The best lubrication without carbon 4 BIG DISCOUNT SALE 1 or water. ' cool, i' antomoU'r n. Midc from finest rcnnvl- vanlaC rude. A rale. thiD. hiith Ore tinfoil v. l.l feHi freely. PoitIve1ir fro from curl-on- . Onrrar first mirrhcpe of one Ml jf N Club Aitto Oil will fur nt-ma h FRKeoncS5cal. tcl Vwrr- -l ofwith Infa'w. fine ti 4T by you for r'crnuincai' rt Frite oil in Lib.. 45 "Enfrilino", pnrtrfal Kq M Oriir trm n year cutSnc, p CHAS. C. STOLL OIL CO. oH'H'mT?-'-" rrMit, kird oil. trMixi:;:.. oil. tt!xli fen ua'Ut nAir. Aoerfertoilfor either EvtrSutan stMcf is b OUR GOODS 0 -rc r . ' on t Mi-rdi- d ngoff i'e .i . u i uf J iu. 25 per cent fro.n re0u,ui' prices LA L 7tt in QUALITY A Blomfield Specials are a Class by Themselves ' v ft. t t t t T Always Consider t ! t f t QUALITY when buying Silverware. For QUAUTV and Diilincticn of Design, our Silverware Unrivalled. When in Lexington be sure to call on us. Comment Credited to the Spaniards Adopted as Cognomen of Our Northern- - Neighbor. Lt;e Bloomfield & North Main St. o., X Vidtor Bogaert Co., f f The Hallmark Store, .133-13- 5 It i3 probable that few people know how Canada came to get its name. The' origin of the name is very strange. The Spaniards visited there previous to the French and made search for gold and silvt , and. finding none, they often said amongst themselves, "Aca nada," meaning 'There is nothing here." The Indians, who watched clcaely, learned this sentenco and its meaning. Then came the French, and the Indians, who did not want them, supposing they had come on the samo mission as the Spanish, kept pouring into their ears the Spanish sentence, "Aca nada." The French, who knew us little of the Spanish tongue as they, supposed that the incessantly recurring sound was tho nairio of the country, and ultimately christened it Canada, which it has borne ever since. AN UNDESIRABLE JOD. Winchester, Ky. ? T T WIRE FENCE. i W. Main St., LEXINGTON, KY. CLOVER and TIHOTHY SEED. COTTONSEED MEAL ; BKAN ; OATS Qwensboro Wagons ALWAYS RIGHT. The Piace to Buy ur Goods Bedford Tuttle, WINCHESTER, KENTUCKY. The place to buy your goods is ft"? ' where you get the best value for your money. Hilling company for taking euro of applicants for "Yes, sir," ho Georgo G. Doran of the Blanton lias evolved a plan of a certain ehiF King Emeralo chief 4396 Kin? Emerald Chief will make Try - This - Store - For - Value - Henry W ALTERS V I LLE, - Waldron KENTUCKY work. says to flio caller, "I believe I can do fcomcthing for you. I am getting up a gang to go to Mexico " He got no further than this with one husky-lookin- g applicant, who interrupted him withj "Say, boss, put ine on the busy list," and ho made a bee Hue for the street. RIGHT BACK. the ensuing season at Ihe sla-b- 'e of J. G. Patrick, near Stanton College, at the low price i f TEN DOLLARS fi,mc. l to insure a living colt. of King Emerald is a son of Emerald Chief, ie stands 16 hands and Kentucky is World's Fair i a beauty. Why send your mares to Clark or Montgomery when you have a horse at home I X stcond i t to none in ? He is a half biolhcr to Emerald was that sold for $1250, and l this amount awarded Mr. "Tho tramp at my door this morning called himself n 'weary, wayworn wanderer.' Patrick for the mare by a Powell county Co of Appeals, jury and also by the ie is also a half brother to Viola Allen, one 1 " ol the beauties of the world, and sold (or 7)0 as a d. There is no better breeding horse in Kentucky, as his colts MAN TAKES HIS OWN MEDL kill tho germs,. and open tho way CINE IS AN OPTIMIST. for Nature to act. You can't de- a pinched, penurious person." show stroy a Cold by superficial trcat-tneHe has absoluto faith in his ONE GOOD POINT. you must go to the cause Ii inedioiiu!--hknows when ho ailments he of the trouble. Hu an optimist. "I'll say this for tho prune," InUes it for curtain the grouchy boarder. People who take Dr. Got a bottle of Dr. King's New KQts We all listened attentively, Discovery an King's New JJiscovcry for ' "You can eat it or leave it and thoy Cold nro optimists Old Papers for Sale at The (lo t A. Kimker' fur fresh that ends it. You don't find it con. blank deeds for sale at The will pen. know this cough remedy tinually bobbing up as a wuek, ." Times Office. fis'i uury titrate the linings of the throat, Times office, 5 cents each. ' "Alliterative and poetical." "Quite so. I told him he'd struck nt J. C. Patrick, Stanton, Ky. j . irii-tutin- g to-da- y. made-over- STANTON. (Continued from First Pago) PERSON. PARAG1 t. CP - '.r Campbell, State Secretary of the C. W. B. M., of Kentucky, Mrs. Mary Waldron, of Danville and a number of speakers of local Mrs. L. V. Keith, of Lexington, Further notice from time to parents, Mr. uud limo will be tnado of this conven-tion- . is visiting her Mrs. 0. Shimfcssel, for a few tnl-en- 3X To Our Customers afid Friends - dny's. Prof, V. M. Martin of the Statu Normal at Richmond, made one of the ihiest lectured nt tho court houso Inst Friday night that wag ever given in Stanton. And he lectured u, suro cn- inigh. It was a pity that word was not Rotten to every family so that every father and. mother could have been there. The writer never did dare talk hs plain as he did, and it came as straight from the shouldor as he could deliver it. lie said that 650U persons were actually murdered every year by closing down our windows at night and keeping our doors and windows shut and then breathing the foul uir over and over again. Pure fresh nir in the bedroom is what tc need to avoid conPeople aro dying by the sumption. thousand for lack of knowledge. Wo need to know how to tako care of the body and it should be taught in the schools all over the land. Many of the teachers arc not quuliued to teach a child. They do not know how to train It and mould its character, how to in the child a desire for better things. They do not know how to go to the parents and talk over what is best for the child. Many of them arc teaching just for the pay they get and not fur the opportunity of helping to train thcui up into splendid men and women. Of tho GOO.Ouu teachers in the United states 60 per cent ure absolutely worthless. The trouble is that the schools ure controlled by politics and so the teacher gets the school through a pull whether they aro lit to teach or not. fin plead for the schools of Kentucky to be taken out of politics and to work for the interest of the child Our schools are too often a place ot mural defamation instead ot a pjaue of moral reformation. The child thai is J'ijjnuj educated both in the humoanu in the schools, will never enter a jail or similar institution, lie scui'c-the parents for neglect in bringing" up their children, ullowiugthuiu to swear, smoke cigurettes and indulge- - in other bud hubits. Owing to lack of space this week the rest of t'rof. Martin's lecture hud to be held over for next week. Judge J. II. llardwick, of Winchester, was here one day this week, on business. Mrs. Robhine, Matron of High- "We;ish - to express to you our thanks for the liberal patronage land Orphanage, has resumed her duties, after a fnw weeks vacation. We know for sure that ppring is here now because Kildee Hiley has gut him a haircut and a shave. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Hendricks, of Winchester, spent Sunday with the formerj, parents, Mr. you nap- been giving us, and to assure'yoU that we will continue In fact, it to extend to you the same fair treatment'as in the past. will.bd&mr. pleasure-t. strive to please you even better in the future. , ' ' - , - and Mrs. JJendricks. gular appointment- - at Elkatawa, last Sunday. James Hendricks, who is nt tending school at Stanton Collage, spent Saturday and Sunday with Iub parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. John Hendricks. Rev. E. H. Ritchie will fill his regular appointment at Hardwickt Creek Sunday. Rov. L. F. Mann, filled his re- Spring and Summer Goods ArefNow in Stock We cordially jnvite you to call and inspect them. We can offer you better values than ever before. WeWant to here remind you that we are sole agents for the following lines of merchandise, and if there are anyoyou'are not quainted with it iwll pay you to get an introduction: Hart Schaffner & Mat x Clothing "' For Circuit Clerk. column In the regular announcemeni will he found the announcement nf Chas. N. Crowe, who is a candidate to succeed himself in the office nf Circuit Clerk of Powell county. Mr Crowe is ut present filling thic office, to which he was elected at the last election, and his conduct in office has been so satisfactory that it is scarcely likely that he will have any opposition nt . thic ac- . . for Men Qu.een Quality, and Boston Favoriteishoes Walk-Ove- r. foi1women' . - Shoes for men time. Mr. Crowe has been a lifelong Democrat and has always been willing to help the party along, and in addition he is quite capable to hold this office and keep it up to the standard. Ho is well known throughout the county and should have no difficulty in lauding the nomination. ri.'ArrowiBrand shirts and collars for men $fPictoral Review Patterns 'Bain Wagons Buy Your Tlchet, The Court of Appeals in an opinion by Chief Justice .Mil lei Hlllnneii the I'it well Circuit Court in i he ease ol T. J. Ponder ap.iinhl the. Lexington & East em railroad and held that u rati mud hue u right to charge a Mailer fare collected from passeneri-til- l a train than the charge for a ticket, and that copies of such a rule printed in large type and displayed in conspicuous places in the ticket offices is sufficient nonce to passengers. Ponder was late getting to the station and the train was late. When he arrived the ticket olfice was closed; he refused to pay the extra fare to the conductor, and was put oir the train, whereupon he btied for damages, but lost the cu6C -- THERE'S A REASON for the great popularity of those lines. Card of i hanks I wish to express to my friends and neighbors my sincere thanks for their many acts of kindness during our recent trouble. All the kind wordn and expressions of sympathy were heartily ap try to keep as nearly as possible everything the people want. If we haven't what you i want wejjpan get it for you. We predated. J no. M. Kennon. PUBLIC SALE As Administrator of tho estate of Win. Larison, deceased, I will on , Brother of Mrs. W.T. Adams Dies Mr6. W. T. Adams was called tu Birmingham last week by the of her brother, Wade Mothcrehed, who died quite sud. dontly there. The particulars of tho death nro pot known here, word only owing received that ho lud keen taken ill on the street and died In the hospital. Mrs. Adams will return In a few days death will oil Saturday, the 17th day of April 1(115. nt City City Kentucky, will toll to the highlit and best bidder the Poor Farm, on nrr;dit of Six Months. The purthiiBer will bo required tu bond with approved Surely, at per lntiirc.1t nt was appointuppoiiitediadiniiiintrfltor dato until tho rutoofu said cent from was .Marion Atkinson (U))imU-fiouepaid, l'hu of the .eMute of thelnle Win. havn the riKht to rojoot or at!-ed fJcpuly County Clerk luFt Advertising in TheTimcs will Urison. Howl for 82000 vn? 'JO pt tho bids on tha above properly. Monday, llo will iihsibt Clerk 1, pur cent to h' wid eattli. believe it,. pivenhciiiu' signed hyij, '31. Kcu S. ikiouo.fgr u short, time in the pay you. Jflyou-douft- . A. T. Knox. CDiiiiulrt-iiiiiy- r " lot-u- s and Jiihn 11 Atkinson;" ..lliuev Ohttrjey UVlclj you by atrial,convive SATURDAY, APKIL 17, 101? at 10 o'clock, a, m. offer for sale at public outcry tho following personal property Two horse mules 5 years old One bay horse combined 0 years old Three cows giving milk Two 3 year old heifers Don't forget that April 2C s About 25 barrels of corn Kentucky's Sunday. School Day, One 2 horso wagon Ono riding cultivator and one million people uro wantOne cutting harrow ed in tho Stiudav Schools on that About 30 chickens day. Do sure a ml no. About 27 pieces of moat Also a quuntity of garden tools nnd other small articles too numerous to A A mention. It. L. hhnfcssc1, Administrator At S'.antop Monday R. h. Shim-fessH. 0, Ituker, Auctioneer. Hardwick & Co. NOTICE! putsition with i-1 J. J. 0irr,r has acoopted. a' the Natural Hluc The undersigned having been ap- Lick Water Co., at. MytrKt ,Ky. pointed as Committee to sell and dis- ami will represent I his compuny pose of the Powell County Poor Farm situated near Clay City, Powell County on the road. II. 0. ,Crihtr:e hn) ooiiiplettd the iimlnllation a private telephone line from ,hi home viifwp th river to Katon MrOuirf'a ftore. Two or ibrfcutLert'U-Vxuipunt him wllljirnlinly aUponj' hi on thlh liiie,,u it will lit "u ppolntcd dmliilstrntor ex-mi- te fl rs ct eonvnieiicMi tjiijiui " rt't ". .