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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): July 15, 1915 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1915 cla1915071501_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.): July 15, 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. in 0 x 1 Hi M. P. O'HARA, Owner and Publisher CLAYfblTY TIMES We are Here to Help Clay City, tin Surrounding Country and Ourselves. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. VOL. XX. CLAY CITY. William Knox. William Knox, one of the best known citizens of this section, died at his home near Levee, Montgomery county, Monday evening, after an illness of two months with cancer. Mr. Knox was 70 years old and had lived near Levee nearly all hia life. He was in the mercantile busi ness for many years retiring a few years ago. He was a man of the highest integrity and ster ling character, and his death is deeply regretted. In addition to his wife and five children he is survived by a large number of relatives in this county. The funeral was held Tuesday after noon, burial being in Mt. Ster ling cemetery. Among those who attended from here were Dr. npi Mrs. Martin and Mr Y., TEURSDAY. JULY i5, 1915. STANTON. (By P. O. Derthick.) Miss Mabel Ewen visited her sister, Sirs. Nell Atkinson, of Bfmttyvillo, last week. NO. 28 Negro Assaults Hon. Claude B. Terrell. the primary election is drawing near'tho democratic voters of Graves county are be ginning to caet about for the most suitable JiHn to nominate for the office of state Treasurer. Very little- attention so far has been paidtb this office although an impb'rtant'one, but in the past week' oVso the name of Hon. OlaudoB. Terrell of Trimble county'is beginning to become very popular among the democratic voteife of Graves county for thisImportant place on the state ticjtet. Although Mr. Terrell lives probably 800 miles from here in Trimble county yet there are hundreds of peoplejin this county who know Mr. 'Terrell and many more who are familiar with him as an able Democrat and a friend of the great common people. They kuow that he has' been a member of the legislature perhaps three tint 03 and has been elected spealceV of the lower house twice without opposition ; they know that he was born o.nd educated in Kentucky, that lie is a self made man and has always been a tireless worker for the As - Little Girl. Georgia Baird, the seven-yea- r Vtipm aaugnter ot Air. ana mrs. 'fcj. K. Baird, of Thompson station, ' ;01ark County, wa's brutally near her home Sunday, .jt? r 1 'ft li 4 I S. .T negro named Wallace Smothers. The assault was made ' at a cabin near the child's home, and the negro then escaped and remained in hiding until Tues day, when he was captured about 7i'imle rrom the scene by otneers r if. LU I ! .irom mi. oieruug. xiu was ulnr.Rii in Winchester filiL bnt v ' 5 &iT.K? Pi was latter taken to Lexington for Keeping, IfAV' J'JySjWJrF'r8t reports were that the ffhS5Llu'e B,rl "au ueen very uruuu- v 98sau,tea our, hub seems not. io jjiijve.. been the case, as the par-Kthe bhild stated later that and Mrs. FG. Conlee. V' aEitLwas some two hours after the flRir .occurred that they learned RELIGIOUS. qfjit the 'child, with another plsymate, ha'ving eaten supper I will begin a series of meet in'theYmeautihie. mgs at the Hardwick'e Creek !AftVk)Wrrest, the neero bad Methodist Church, on Monday say;, merely stating that night, July 10, if nothing happens harmed the child, and to prevent. Will preach each fhat'he:; became, frightened and night throughout the week. Van awayvhpn the younger. child All are invjted to come. he cabin. A E. H. Ritchie P. 0. special session of the Olark Cir Marf .dinrlair tirtll Via nponnlh'n ir cuit t out y&haet been called for vottfi teke auction, oa the day at the Clav City Methodisf --Vchurch. Services at. 11 A, M. and 8 V. M. E. H. Ritchie V. C. C. L. RUSSELL, bv a . TT". Miss Lucille Todd returned Suturday from Jackson, where she had been visiting her sister. Mk. Ben Throckmor ton, for several weeks. The Sunday School Convention program will appear in the next issue, it being unavoidably crowded out this week. The writer will preach nt the Presbyterian church the 1th Sunday of this month, morning and night. Miss Tennio Drickson has returned from the hospital nt Lexington after a successful operation. It is hoped she will get strong and well now. There has been several requests made that the fiddlers contest be called off cn account of the fear that it will bring an undesired element to the contest and that there would be drinking and other disturbances. So far as the writer is concerned, he will call the 4hliOf contest off. Prof Kunsom has been appointed County School Supervisor of I'owell County and will visit nil the schools in the county and look after their needs. He will also act as Truant Offliccr and report those who are not sending their children to school. J littlro a'rjftredrn nt'r Painting, Paperhanglng, Decorating Satisfaction Reasonable Prices 1 Quaranteeil Little Irma Russell is visit ing her cousins at Nada. Mrs. Kate Lyle has hnd her house painted and it adds very much to the good' of thetpe.qple and tho dem- - looks of her place. Brownlow Thompfyifatic partythey know he is a son Jhas had his house painted also. mat of. fairness, broadminded We .are glad to see the houses being jruuMS. JiJie wty.oi.hisw.yie,w! nut, painted as it edds greatly to the; ' beuu:' , ThereJojlwviJiriiljelfclHaUi' ' iy oflSarntoTr.'- members of the Ladies Aidtiety dr only to Democrats, but to Repub Itichard Crowe preached two splen- deplore the sudden passing away o' licans; they know that he is a our dear friend and neighbor, and v public-spriteman and that did sermons at the Christian Church desire by this means to express to her Sunday. We hear fine words of comwhile iu the legislature he sup- mendation about Richard's preaching. family tho deep sorrow we feel nnd to ported all the measures that had He will speak at the same place this extend to them the assurance of ou a tendency to benetit the majori coming Snturduy night and Sunday kindliest sympathy in their sad bety of the people; they know that night, und llev. .T.T. Adams will preach reavement, and that these resolutions be spread upon the records of the Ladhe is a great friend to education on Sunday morning. ies Aid Society of the Methodist chur and a constant tighter for good The community of Stanton was ch, and that a special copy be sent to roads, goud morals aud a general greatly shocked to hear of the brutal the family of our deceased friend and uplift in the entire state; they assault made bv a neero named member. old (ieorgiu kuow that besides liis legislative Smothers upon eight year Station and caugiit and rushed to the jail at Lex Baird of Thomnson's duties he is fitted fur other im- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. K. Baird. ington. He would probably have portant places; they kuow that Mrs. liaird is the daughter of John W. been lynched had he been caught by for a number of years ho has Williams of our town. The negro was the men hunting him. d (Contributed) The community was shocked Wednesday morning to learn of the sudden death of Mrs. Fletcher Burnett. Sin; had not been well for some time, but her condition was not thought to be serious and the news of her sudden passing away was a great shock to her many jfriends. Mrs. Barnett was a n and much beloved woman, and was of h cheerful and loving disposition thot endeared her to all who knew her. Before her marriage she was Miss Gordo McKinney, a daughter of the late John McKinney, of Hard-wick- 's Creek. Her mother, Mrs. Ellen McKinney, husband, and three small children, two girls and a boy, survive her, as well as a host of relatives and friends. The funeral took place Thursday afternoon at the Christian church at Hard wick's Creek, Rev. W. P. Fryman formerly pastor of the Methodist church here, conducting thoservicefj. The writer has known Mrs. Barnett since girlhood, and knew her to be of a sweet and lovable disposition. Sh was n homemaker, and whettfTic cares of a growing family began tov re. heavily upon her she reluctantly gatv up to a great extent the church work in which she was so deeply interested She gave herself to the training of th children God 1iad entrusted to her Ipve and care. God will not forget the players of the faithful mother; ho will care for and bring to himself tho orphan so often committed to his keeping. To the sorrowing husband we extent? our deepest sympathy. May God taki into his own loving care the little children that so much need a mother's ten . der care aud guidance. well-know- Resolution. The Childrens' Letter writing Contest closes at 3 o'clock Saturday. Cracker eating Saturday at 3 o'clock. Music Saturday by ilrs. McGuire Don't overlook our bargains in cook and heating stoves. " ' beeu a member of the buurd of trustees of the State University at Lexington aud that he has taken an active part iu the conduct of that great educational institution; they kuow that if he is nominated and elected to the office of State Treasurer that they can be assured that the ullair of that office will be conducted honestly and according to law. Siuce these people have become familiar enough with him and his life, they now believe that it is right and proper that his public services should be con tinued by nominating and electing hiiii to this administration office. Blue Grass Fair (Inc.) Lexington, Kentucky. August 2nd to 7 th, I 91 5 All of these things being true, his friends should not be surpris ed that he will carry Graves county by a handsome majority. Mayiield Messenger. DENTIST COMING. j Mrs: J. W. Williams (THE BOOSTER STORE) Dr. E. At. Norton, ot Louisville, will be in Clay City July ao, prepared to do dental work of all kinds. Dr. Norton will be here for some time, and may make this place his permanent home. $20,000 IN PREMIUMS $20,000 The Rutherford Greater Shows People 20 Special Gars-3- 00 Weber's Prize Band of America Sensational Free Acts Misses DeVonda and Baldwin Lady Artists in, the Thriller Act Triple Parachute Leap From one Balloon. 3 Running and 2 Harness Races Each Day. Great Show Rings at Lexington The Capital of the Horse World A WEEK OF FUN AND SPORTS Reduced Rates On John W. Bain, LEXINGTON, AH Roads Address Mrs. Hnyt Hussell spent a few days iu Winchester last week, visiting friends aud taking in For Entry Blanks or Information Secretary, KENTUCKY. the Chautauqua. I .1 . " ' "lb THE TIMES. ANNOUNCEMENTS For Railroad Commissioner. Finds No Wc arc authorized to announce II. G. GARRETT A Democratic Newspaper as a candidate for Railroad Commissioner in the Third Railroad Eighteen Years Old Commissioners District. Subject to the action of the Republican The Best Weekly in this Section. primary August 7, 1915. M. P. O'MARA, Remedy Equal To Teniae He Tried Everything The Place to Buy Your Goods The place to buy your goods is William H. Howard Says Else Without Help. Louisville. Ky.,July 11. Wil ham H. Howard, who lives at 225 West Jell'erson street, here, and is widely known as an advertising man, is one of those who declares he has been greatly benefited by Tanlnc, the premier preparation. "For a Ions: time,-- he said re cently, "I sullered from a cata rrhal afFoi tion of the stomach, and I never have found anything which did me so much good as Tanhic. I had used pretty near where you get the best value for your money. For Circuit Judge. We are authorized to announce W. R. SHACKELFORD as Candidate for the Democratic mail mat Entered as second-clas- s nomination for Circuit Judge of ter at the Post Office at Clay City, tlic Twenty-fiftJudicial district Ky., under the Act of Congress of Primary election August 7, 1915 h owner and publisher. Try - This - Store - For - Value March 3, 1879. A HOME-MA- DE PAPER. 15, THURSDAY, JULY 1915 NOTICE TO REPUBLICAN VOTERS. The Republican voters of the Stnte should go to the primary. August 7th, and vote for men of undoubted integrity and ability for State Auditor, State'Tre'asurer'and Secrctnry of Stnte. These three' officials will constitute the Hoard of Valuation and Assessment, who value nil the fnwiehisos of the State." andHisVery important thev bo honest and competent and that be- - yond th."cbntrol of anv corporate or political influences. A board made up of incompetent men would be almost as bad as one made up of political crooks and grafters. J. M. Perkins of Frankfort is a candidate for Auditor for the Republican nomination and has the personal endowment of Judge Ed. C. O'Rear, who speaks for his ability and moral etllcien- cy. Judge O'Renr will of course support the Republican ticket and asks his friends everywWre to choose good men for these iMfons. Ad v We are authorized to announce J. M. BENTON. of Winchester, Ky., as a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Circuit Judge in the 25th Judi cial district. Primary election ly everything before niy friends August 7, 1915. recommended Tanlac to me. It helped me almost at once, and I for Circuit Clerk. am glad to offer public testimony We areauthorized to announce to its value." Chronic catarrh, which affects 0. N. CROWE as a candidate for Circuit Court the mucus membranes, is one of Clerk of Powell County, subject the most prevalent and. distressto the action ot the Democratic ing maladies known. The troubprimary, August 7, 15)15. le is almost universal. Offensive We are authorized to announce breath, coughing, nervousness, sneezing, headaches, poor diges MARION ATKINSON as a candidate for Circuit Court tion, loss of appetite, unsound Clerk of Powell county, subject sleep and susceptibility to colds to the action ot the Democratic are among the results from the primary, August 7, 1915. malady. Tanlac has proved of special For Representative. value in the treatment of cata Hundreds have We are authorized to announce rrhal troubles testified to the good it has done A. 'M. LOWE as a candidate for Representative them. It is now being- sold in from this district, subject to the Clay City at Eaton & McGuires, action of the Democratic primary, aud in Stanton at Hard wick & August 7, 1915. Co' s. - Henry Waldpon WALTERSVILLE, - - KENTUCKY SPECIALS ! This week we are offering the following special values: Sugar per 100 $7.25 Flour $3.60 Meat per lb. 99 14c Lard We 14c We are authorized tornnounce B. F. HATTON SLADE. Constipation Cured Overnight as a candidate for the Republican (Crowded out last week.) to- nomination A small dose of for Representative The passenger train was de night aud you enjoy a full, free, from this district, subject to the easy bowel movement in the action of the Republican primary, laved about 2 hours here ThursAugust 7, 1915. day morning. Brent Ewen age morning. No griping, 15 found a culvert washed out is Podophyllin (May We are authorized to announce and (t ties hanging to the rails Apple) without the gripe. A. T. STEWART had time to flag the corrects the cause of as a candidate for the Republican Engineer Caruard seemed Constipation by arousing the nomination for Representative for train. Liver, increasing the How of bile. this district. Subject to the ac- to appreciate the boy's deed and Bile is Nature's antiseptic in the tion of the Republican primary, said there would hpve been a loss of lives and a dangerous bowels. With proper amount of August 7, 1915. wreck if t had not been for the bile, digestion in bowels is perWe are authorized to announce quick thinking and acting of the fect. No gas no fermentation, ALBERT EASTER no Constipation. Don't be sick, boy. The trackman on section 0 as a candidate for the Democratic was in sight and Breut started nervous, irrirable. Get a bottle of from your Druggist nomination for Representative for to tell him but the train was too Subject to the acnow and cure your Constipation this district. Democratic prinlary, near for him to reach him. tion of the overnight. August 7, 1915. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bowen had forPo-Do-Lax and-barely have a complete line of JPeters' shoes and invite ydirto call and see them. Farmers' Union Supply Store Fro nk Keunon, Mgr. REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF at Clay City, in the State THE CLAY CITY4"rATI01SrAL of Kentucky, BANK 23, 1915 N at tho close of business June RESOURCES. These is more Uatarrh in this section of the country than all other diseases put together, and until the last few years was supposed to be incurable. For a great many years doctors pronounced it a local disease and prescribed local remedies, and by constantly failing to euro with local treatment, pronounced it incurable. Science Iiob proven Catarrh to bo a constitutional disease, and therefore requires constitutional treatment. Hall's Cutarrah Cure, manufactured byF. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is tho only Constitutional cure on the market. It is taken internally. It acts directly on the blood und mucous surfaces of the system. They offer one hundred dollars for any case it fails to cure. Send for circulars and testimonials. Address: F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, Ohio. Sold dy Druggists, 76c. Take Hall's Family rills for const! pation. We are authorized to announce E. B. McGLONE as a candidate for t he Republican nomination for Representative Subject to the action of the Republican prim,-ary- , August 7, 1915. for this district. 33rd Judical District. $90,102.fS Loans and discounts f notes held in bank 3.37.21! Overdrafts, unsecured 25,000.00 U. S. bonds deposited to secure circulation, (pur value) Securities other than U. S. bonds (not including stocks) owned 20,88 1 .25 u npled ged a family reunion Sunday, July 4, Subscription to stock of Federal Reserve bank, $2,000 1,000 1000.00 Less amount unpaid,... all their children being present, Banking house 1,000.00 I , 2,000.00 A splendid dinrer was served, Due from Federal Reserve Rank which a group picture was Due from approved reserve agents in New York, Chicago and after 3,127.83 St. Louis taken of the family. ' 15.20 Fractional currency1, nickels and cents Mrs. Iiobina Bullock of Lex- Lawful Monbv Rkseiivr in Bank : 3,560.20 Total coin and certificates ington is visiting her sister, Mrs. 1,250 00 Redemption fund with U. 8. Treasurer (not more than 5 of cir'lm) I. H. McDaniel, this week. Wo are authorized to announce Miss Minnie Conyleton has re- Total - 1144,173.32 HUGH RIDDELL as candidate for the Democratic nomination for Circuit Judge for the 23rd judicial district, com prising Breathitt, Estill, Lee audi Wolfe counties, subject to the action of the August primary. V 1 r w turned home after visiting relatives and friends in Lexington and Estill county. Mies Lula Garrison of Wolfe county visited her aunt, Mm. Luoy Ledford, last week. Miss Ella Cougleton is visit-tin- g her brother Charley in Oregon and will visit Everett Congleton in Oaliforoia, and go to tho exposition while there. LIAHILITIES. Capital stock paid in, Surplus fund , Undivided profits,, j Less current expenses, interest and taxes paid , Circulating notes "... Due to approved reserve agents Due to banks and bankers Demand deposits: Individual deposits subject to check, Total $25,000.00 8,000.00 ,4,300.04 1,816.59 2,573.45 $25,000.00 4,129.27. 436.09 70,034.51 $144, 173.32- - Statr op Kkntuukv, County ok Advertising in Tho Times will pay you. If you don't believe it, let us convinco you by a trial. kv Jffarson "School tit Jn.l. lrurM sl TtumuaJoStraea ta &4ia. vrlU ELLIOTT rENNEBAKH, Sk UwMt, Uj. COMPUTE TWO YEAR CO (J KMC, d- -, opens Oct. S. Be LLJJ. 11 tb ood term. for bra In UfUtM. AOCMMtutteourUAOdtUTf itolf-hslUuraau. Tuition llbrulr, ulllrtil.rarI'Rliil!UIOfawui of tiaiuijoui Milt Daotoa Etching Jr News was received here last week of the death of Mr. Earl of of Waddy. Mr. Ager marBourbon Poultry Cure Ager ried a Powel county girl Miss down a chick's throat cure rapes. A la tho driok fn? water lew dropand prevent lea Chester of this place. Many cures diarrhoea, cholera and other chick diseases. On 50c bottle of her friends join. 111 sympathy makes 12 gallons o( medicine. At alldrurolsti.or by mall postpaid. with her in her great bereaveValuable poultry book Iree, ment. Ho leaves a wife and ions. HHIT -' UUIOTOI two children and onesisfer, Mrs. Sold by the IlLHILS I, A. T. Whitt, Cushier, of the above named' bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is,true to the best of my knowledge and belief. . A. T. Whitt, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 6th day of July, 1015 W. T. Adams, Judge C. 0. P. 0. Correct-Att- est : frank R. Russell, ) Geo Hon James U. Hall, iWiu,, ss: Directors. ) CO- rd FARMERS UNION SUPPLY CO. and many relatives near Clay City, Ky.. Wytho Chester, of jArkansas, It not, he U a fit companion for the If a man hoards money and enjoys Better to Spend Wisely. v donkey that dines on thtatloa when grass Is plentiful Oh, Let Us Hops Not! Some day, perhaps, a public bene--, factor will appear who will design men's hats to suit their tacea.La-- . fayette Courier. Financial Statement ot Powell County. To balance in hands of Treat! nrqr, April. 7th, 1914 To amt received from .$12.1)0 Judge A. T. Knox, 110.59 To amount received from II. T. Dericksou' Aug. 8th, 1914 M. A. Phillip Jolin Cleniinons' Mnrlon Curtis J. P. ('urtlrt N. M. Hall Jiio. D. Creed York Frnzier, John Ballard, .1. N. Itogera, 218.(K , 21,60 3.00 ,5.(X) 2.00 2.80 '2.00 T.00 2.80 10.00 1P8.01 ' 71.rA i W.T.lUchard)ii, llnrdwick k Co., DtircttEwen, Win. Morton, J.L. Martin, Geo. Faulkner", To amount received from H.T. Derickson, Sept., 11th 1914 3.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 10.82 1252.81 GrnntBiikei, Grunt Bakor, Geo. P. Burke, K. S. Bohnnuaii, Day k Ponder, J P. Lewis, John Morton, It. Jnckson, A. Powell, C. C. Dnntel, 1014, Elizabeth Spencer, S. It. Powell, 1913, B. V. Trimble, 1911, O. N. Crowe, llnrdwick dc Co. To amount received from II. T. Derickson, Oct., 1 1th 1914 0.80 108.00 133 75 27.21 f 515.IS $970.01 I To amount received from H.T. Derickson. Nov., 4th 1914 To amount received from T.H. Derickson. Dec, 8th 1914 $2414.21 2.80 2.00 2.00 4.60 4.00 10.55 0.00' (5.72 Dericl;?.-n58 State of Kentucky Powell County, II. T. Derlckjou; J 5 10 I. E.H. Fuller Treasurer of It. it. Brick ccfT. Co., 3 18 , demnlv 8 1(5 Powell County, do II. T. Doricksnii H. T. Dericu'smi, 97 40 swear mar ine nnove stiitement 13,01 is a true and correct statement John F. Knox, A.T. Knox, ' 92.00 of all moneys received and paid 24.24 out by me as Treasurer of Powell A. T. Knox',1 A. T. Kiioxj 15.15 County, Ky.. from April, 7th 202.09 1914 to May, 1st. 1915 A. T. Knox, ' E U. hi Her Norton-15.30 A. II. Subscribed and sworn to bef.ire 2 80 John Burtotf; T. B. Ballarll. 2.80 me this (he 3rd day of M.iv 15)15. I S. Boone, Clerk. 175 T.J. Kirk, Albert Martin, 2.00 T. J. Wrinht, 3.03 Nests Worth Weight In Gold. (5 (JO T, .1. Wriglij, The edible birds' nests ot tho ChiT. J. Wright, 2.02 nese are worth twice their weight In 4 01 silver, the finest variety sdlin ; as high T. J. Wright, s ?J1 n rrntil 28 00 Germo Mfg. (Jo., ;2 183 J. F. Murthi, Dr. W. C. Miitin, 00 , II. T. 1 "1 Musical Note The phonograph In a crcat but as n musical instrument the "tho 8WCGler voIc- "- Jefferson School ecptaC4courtFardllarea allstates. Helf-hlBureau. Tuition libraries, rasllr parable. S'orrllKKcata'oglieaml baniftiomo Itxll lluotone Ktehlng of Tbomiu JcSerron reaUj to frame, wrlto ELLIOTT PENNEBAKER, -TWO YEAU COUKSE, nnensOct. 3. Hoc areelI,.H.llth nnd tprm. Jan. 3. l'reiiarp) for liars in Law. COMPLETE inr , Stc'x Lonisrille, Hy. wi- t- DRINK szrws 1 To amount received from II. T. Darickson. Dec, 19th 1914 .$IS50.00 To amount received from , H.T. Derickson, Jan., 22nd 1915 $100.00 To amount received from H. T. Derickson, Feb., 4th 1915 .$850.00 0. O. Atkinson, II. T. Derickson, .1. 1. 11.31 97.22 (5 23 142 85 12 48 101,00 J 5.05 15.05 10.r.0 15. t 0 15 30 4 00 15.52 John Baber, Standard Ptg. Co., G. W. Clark. Itobt. Coulee, Wilks Chauev, W. G. Frnzn r-- 2 80 (5(5 The best lubrication without carbon 12 35 2 00 2 00 5 (50 2 00 1 A. Sewell, S. Boone, I. S. Boone, To amount received from H.T. Derickson, Mch., 3rd 1915 $900.00 To amount received from H, T.Dericksou, Apr., 7tlt l!)15v $587.85 $8,435,515 Jesse Crowe, (i. W. Lyle, .John Baber, Standard Pti;. Co., Mack Daniel, S. G Baker, S. G. Baker, Geo W. Bush, Geo. W. Bush. G. Fruzifr, Jerrv SliHllicd, M. 'F. Beiimnlield James, McN ibb, Ed Profit!, S. G. Baker, 00 2 00 2 80 2 SO 3.25 4 0(5 P. ii. Condor, ADerfectoilforeitheralr-cooledowater- r cooled nutomobilefl. Made from finest Tennavl- vania Crude. A pale, thin, high fire freolv. Positively free from carbon. On your first ntirehane of one bbl. of No Carb Auto Oil will fur nish FREE one 65 tral. steel barrel with faucet, fine to use by you for permanent storage. Prico of oil in irom bbU., 46c per gallon. "Engilmo", powtrftl lijoij OrJer from roar f auliae, cop CHAS. C. ST0LL OIL CO. aiplotit e for guoliao cog ioi. groaM, har J oil; traumiiuoa ail. iRHSTfff M.nra I xTLr testollwhichX'' B H O. C. Pat Wills, Atkinson, 2.00 2 80 2 00 1 8.29 4 (50 Total 33 80 5.(10 7 00 10.00 Win. Morton, T C. Hall, Jesse Brown, 50 U() 2 Paid following cdaiins, By amount claims, per $50.74 list By amount claims, per 1707.02 list 1912 per By amount claims, 1230.8(5 list 1913 By amount claims, per 564.S.1 list 1913 By amount claims, per Chns. Welch, Dr. W. C. Martin, Dr. J. W. William J. S. Ewen, G. S. Spurlock, C. B. Skidmore, .1. F. Knox, C. C. Knox, A. T. Knox, J. L. Arthur, John Kirk,. EUie WillimiH, G. B. Caudill, G. B. Ci.idill, G. B. Caudill, Thos. Cauditi' W. G. 8 54 4 00 1 ex. 00 2.50 12 58 15.53 3 00 9.00 5 00 2 00 2.13 5.21 Invites New Accounts f On basis of efficient mmm th-- Fnizier, A: 7.78 4 81 Win. Morton Son, llfe'jflfc -j. 105.18 By aATouut claims, per 2180.75 list 1914 By amount claims, per 581.90 list 1914 By amount Board of Health 147.25 claims, per list, By amount Judgement against County paid C. F. Spencer, 429 53 By amount commission paid 007.30 H.T. Dericksou Sheriff, By amount commission paid 13(5.08 H. T. Derickson Sheriff, By balance in hands of 021. 08 Treasurer, $8 435.50 - A.T.Knox, A.T.Knox, Hall, Napier, John Flincheni, John Napier, T. O. .John M. C. McCorinick, Jas. . C aiou, d, 3 00 4 00 10 00 i.OO 2 80 1 1185 7.75 (5 10 Win. Tovn-iuW. T. Allans, Henrv Morton, service aud absolute security irr;. Asrrr .VI MoCormick tV Scott, M. C. McCorinick, 2.10 Cain Estes. 3.92 H. K. F. Watson, 12.00 G. B. Caudell, 238.52 Geo. Stephens, 50 5 55 10.00 10.30 12.25 17 J. H. Un.ke, . Asa Todd, Jas. S. Crowe, Lewis Alu.-to- n, G. C. G,irr,etr, John KinsVr, .1. A. Sewell, J.F. Martin, Ben Creed, 313.44 Debits Credits 1000 11)10 $8,435 5(5 $8,435 50 -- Jackson, Miles Faulkner, .1. F. Martin, liobt. Ewen, C. A. Means, J. A. Sewell, I. S. Boone, T. C. Hall, W. 11. Norton. l. 4.00 3.75 1.(10 2(5 J. A Sewell,, 10,(52! J. A. Sewell, 50 Dr. J. W. Williams, 1 5 74 00 3 00 2 00 2 00 i 2 00 9 00 b 5 00 r 1 '3 Per Gent ImercSt on Time Deposi Clay City Rational Bank Clay City, 4 Kentucky rI 4 t tf i tI s )..4a4"C"i'f$,4' '1' "1" . N. S. McDonald", fit, ID 2 I SO 112 25 Total County Claims C. C. Daniel '.K0 2.50 3.00 3.00 9.90 51.00 Vital StatustiisClaiiiiP, Dr. Calvin C. Kiio.n, Mrs. Susan hvyen, Mrs. 4.25 2 no 2 no Stare k Plants VlyTTS'Sgaj'' No Money I ' H. W. Trimble 2.00 18.00 ViiiniaTowiist'iid, inn 1012 15 75 Ueo. Steplu'iis M.Cravitt llottio llurdwiuk Ueo. 00.00 2.00 1434.00 John Burgher, I. S. Boone, 20.25 15. 15 John Oleninums K. O. Kstes Goo. Tipton Advocate 1. Co. 1). K. Daniel ' 2.00 i 2.00 53.70 ' ' Thus. Boone, E. H. Fuller, A. ,1. J. F. 28.20 8.1(5 Alice Hamilton, Dr. A. T. Knox, Dr. Jno. I.. Seay, Dr. I. T H'.irins, Mary A. Hull; .ro :i.'.(io l.oO .i r,n 2f) 2.80 id ia J. S. Ewimi Ked K. Kriuk & T. llrodnead-Gurrett 0. ; O.OO Co. Sum Can- S. J. Cookrull C. B. 4.80 2.00 2.80 W-'- fi8 Martin, Martin, W. H. Norton, Jas. F. Martin, I. S. Boone, 22.95 20.50 18.00 3 00 8 52 18 75 Emerine Kojiers, Fru ones J Fritte, J. E. Leiiiniiim, Mrs. Ann liaber, Mif. Uettie Hall,- Dr. J. W. Williams, U. W. Hush, 1 P i ro PRta.oiNT ' ack VUU i From Fnc- tory Direct 25 1.75 o or. John Burgher. Chas. Welch, G. B. Caudill, 2.00 11 .14.40 N.S. McDonald B. i 1- Berry 17,13 G. M. Gruvltt J. V. Burton Albert Kwttn. Jolin Haber O. Shimfcssel Hubert Conleo 2.80 2.80 2.00 2.80 4.00 3.00 2 00 O.ilO Gother Martin, V. II. Norton. G. S. Spurlock, John Burgher, Jas. F. Martin, It. M. Morton, Levy Hunter, 3.00 3.00 2.25 3.00 27.72 (j.00 5.00 00 Amanda Payne, Annie Jones, Dr. M. L Knox, Mrs. 15. F. Herry, Dr. A. T Knox, Dr. H. A. Irvine, G. .75 .75 7.75 S.5(i 2.25 4.00 11150 event, pay tho freight both ways. or there is no sale. . tr.,n in:,! in v.mr a lirnilllful Slnrrk I'lntu. I. r home. No cali ruyment rcciulri'd. All we utK lx llmt )ou will play upon, u. and test this pluno fur 30 U.iyn. If, at llsu of that time. mi ilu nut tlml It hf lilghest crude, nweetcst toned and llneHt ilanu In every wuy. that yuu have ever seen for the monoy. you are at perfect liberty to khuI it liaclc. nnd we will. In th.ii 30 We DAYS' FH WO Will bllln El iJlM 'w&ivo, THii4L Sr YOUR OWH HOME This Starch l'iano must make good with you, Save $150.00 or Mere ivat of your pljuo. U'c ErujrjnUf tu turnUIi yuu a Utttr piatw fur the money tluui on ran wenre lUewlurv. You ire juuri'il of rivrlvtm; utinfactory toned durahlc lilcli crude lano. Easy Payments You pay no cjdi di'wn, but after SO daya of trial, you run l fin payment on the low-efeaiteft term enr ium,'etid by a pljim Tliete terms are arrjnccl to nunufaoturer. mit your lonvinUnee, ind it U KWiMe futon tu buy a piano for your home, trltliot ' mit ! e th" muney, ilirttt to )ou (rum our fjctnrv. at print Out uve you uimjnii vt KlfiO.UO In 11m wt 20.22 10.20 Hackworth, . Dr. W. C. Martin, Dr. I. W. Johnson, Dr. 1. W, Jolinson, 25-Ye- ar Guarantee aiarcK s J. G. S. Bpurlock ii 6,3tJ . Jolin ii Kinse,i- - 2.00 2.00 120.64 120.22 111.05 . M. Welch, I. S. Boone, B. F. Berry, 2.05 15 30 S;oo 17.75 . H.'to eipfrltncf, and the reputation of nq oM ottablhlied, retpontlble piano bouse. llvrry Stank Piano li fur 2 Eiiarantct'd yiar-- , Tlita Kuarantce bat bii'i of It our 35 yur of plaim 2nd-Han- d Bargains Player-Piano- J. A. Sewell, 1.75 2.00 2 85 c 2.05 c Paid H. T. Woolery T. O. Hall Slieriir J. V. W. L. Dalton, II. L, Borders, I)ericl;roii, his axes he enlleut. 50 Free Muslo Lessens To every purchaser ot Btarck l'lanoa, we give free muiic leuoiia, In one of the belt known achooli In CblcBKO. Tbeie letaoni you can take In your own home, by mail. Thli represent! one year 'I free Instruction. lute run.tantly on hand a Urge iiumUr of iliKbtly iicl and KCond band planoa of all standard inaken taken In CX' (hanire for new Start k I'lanoa and l'layerl'lanos. The follow leg are a few sample lureainis We Weber Steinway Chickerlng Kimball M. A. riiilli Com 1 II. L. Borders, A. H. Norton, A. H. Norton, II. T. Derickson, 15 15 TI.8 jiiilL'inent Paid C. C. 120.58 ainst Powell County ier Starck second-han- $110.00 02.00 90.03 85.00 195.00 bargain Hit. are Starck Player-Plano- a the belt and mo. I Loaiitl-fu- l Player 1'Ijimm on the market. You will be dr liiihltd with the nuny teaturei of tliMe uondtrful liutrunuiitf, and will be pirated with the wry low price at whlrh they ran be aceurcd. Send today for our new beautifully Illustrated piano uouk wiucn gncs you a large amount of Information regarding pianos. Thit book will Interest Hid please you. Write teday. Piano look Free Lemming FuulCnor ,GeoI Stoiiliong 60.10 218.46 376t56 8.15 201.00 2,01 Send for our lateit complete Dauii Lumber Co taj credits. $7814.48 P. A. STAWCK PIANO CO. 1384 Starck Illdfi. CIITCA(. aaa.a n i i . .1 COMMISSIONER'S SALE COMMISSIONER'S SALE POWKLL CIRCUIT COURT. II. M. Curtis, Admr. &c, Prt'fls. VERSUS Leila Morefield, Defendant Notice of Sale in Equity By virtue of a judgement and order of sale of the Powell Circuit Court, rendered (it the June term, 1015, thereof in the above cause, the undersigned will on the 2nd (lav of Angust, l91o, at one o'clock p. m. or thereabout, (being Court Day), will, as Commissioner, proceed to ofTer for sale at Public Auction to the highest bidder, on a credit of six POWKLL CIRCUIT COURT Bettie Hardwick Ac, PlaintHVs, VERSUS Southey Lacy &c, Defendants Notice of Sale in Equity By virtue of a judgement and order of sale of the Powell Cir- HARDWICK & 00. SPRING and SUMMER GOODS Our Spring and Summer.goods are now in stock. to call and see them. dise cuit Court, rendered at the June term, 1915, thereof in the above cause, the undersigned will, on the second day of Augupt, 1915, at one o'clock p. in., or there about, (being Court Day), as Ci mmi8sioner, We invite you honest merchan- We handle new, up-to-dat- e, proceed to offer for sale at public auction to the highest bidder, on a credit of six months, at the Court Housedoor, months,' at the Court House door Stanton, Ky., the property men- Stanton, Ky., the property mentioned in the judgement, to wit: tioned in the judgement, to wit: Situated on Morris Creek, in Situated in Powell county, on the waters of Red River, the 1st Powell count v, Ky., and bound tract beginning at a point on the ed and described as follows; Beconnty road leading from Clay ginning at a point bn the connty City to Irvine, where the J. R. road running up Morris Creek in Todd lino intersects said 'road, the line of the land of the defenand running thence an eastern dant, Lizzie Stephens; thence course 105 feet, thence a south- with a western course to the norern course 105 feet, thence a thwest corner of the said Lizzie western course 105 feet, thence a Stephen's land ; thence a northnorthern course 105 feet to the ern direction with the Leonard beginning; the second tract ly- Hall laud to the lands of Win, ing on the western side of the Neal ; thence eastward with the county road leading from Clay land of Win. Neal and Thos. CenCity to Irvine and opposite the ters to the top of Morris Creek first named tract and adjoining mountain, a southern direction with the line of Ira Logan, conthe lands owned by J. B. Dec'd, and, Paul Tipton, tinuing in the same direction beginning at a stone at said coun- with the lauds of Lizzie Stephens ty road, running a northern cou- to the line of Jesse Swango; rse to an ash tree on Paul Tip- thence with his line a northern ton line, thence with said Tipton divection to Holly Creek; thence line a southern course to the a west course with said creek to county road, thence with the the county road, a southern dircounty road an eastern course to ection to the point of beginning, the beginnins, same being a cor- containing about 830 acres, more or less; also a portion.of said laud ner to Kim-brel- l, at h6nest prices-t- he goods, quality and prices' that will bring ypu back to our store when again in need of something. Our'airrrts to keep, as nearly as possible, everything the people want, but if we haven't it we will get if for you. It will pay you to see what we have when in the market for Dry Goods Notions, Millinery Womens and Mens' Furnishing goods, clothing, hats, shoes, underwear, hosiery, furniture,, wall paper, mattings, linoleums, oil carpets rugs mattresses bed springs, cots, beds, trunks suit cases, hand bags wood, coal and oil stoves, sewing machines harness saddles hard- ware queensware points oils seeds buggies wagons etc. varnishes farm implements i f i corner is marked by a stone. Said beginning at the noriiiwest cortwo tracts of land contain in the ner of Lizzie Stephens land, at aggregate about ono acre or suf- the county road, thence north with said road to Thos. Centers' ficient thereof to produce $ , line so as to exclude Jesse Swan-go'- s so ordered to be made. yard and garden ; thence The purchaser will be required with said Centers' line to Lizzie to give bond, with approved se- Stephens' line; thence to the becurity, for the payment of the ginning so as to exclude purchase money, o have the iuterest in the oil well to Henry force and effect of a replevin Stephens, containing 125 acres, bond, bearing legal interest from more or less, or sufficient, thereof the day of sale, according to law. to produce $490 and $145, so orBidders will be prepared to dered to be made. comply with these terms. A lien The purchaser will be required will be retained on the land sold to give bond, with approved setill all the purchase money is curity, for the payment of the paid. Bond payable to Commis- purchase money, to have the sioner. force and effect of a replevin ROMULUS JACKSON. bond, bearing legal iuterest from Master Commissioner Powell C. C. the day of sale, according to law. one-half tWKimbrell tract; this 'The Famous Shoe For Women" It has taken many years to establish the world-widreputation of Queen e j 1 - t X Quality Shoes. We share in the pride of the manufacturers when we realize that in every civilized land Queen- - Quality is a household word. And why have these shoes gained such a splendid reputation? Because they are honestly made, fashionably styled, and comfortable to the last gree. de- I I, We are sole agents for these shoes in Stanton. COULD SCARCELY BBS I TllllTlff I II I MrftmmffTfrtt WALK ABOUT Aid For Three Simmers Mn. Vin cent Was Usable to Attend to Any of Her Homework. believe 1 Hardwick & Co. STANTON KY. 55 would have died if hadn't taken it. After I began taking Cardul, I was greatly helped, and all three bottles relieved me entirely. I fattened up, and grew so much stronger in three months, I felt like another person altogether." suffered for Pleasant Hill, N. C.- -"I three summers," writes Mrs. Walter Vincent, of this town, "and the third and last time, was my worst. I had dreadful nervous headaches and prostration, and was scarcely able to walk about. Could not do any of my housework. I also had dreadful pains In my back and sides and when one of those weak, 6inklng spells would come on me, I would have to give up and He down, until it wore off. I was certainly in a dreadful state of health, when I finally decided to try Cardul. the woman's tonic, aad I firmly Cardul Is purely vegetable and gentle-actin- g. Its ingredients have a mild, tonic effect, on the womanly constitution. Cardul makes for Increased strength, improves the appetite, tones up the nervous system, and helps to make pale, sallow cheeks, fresh and rosy. Cardul has 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 Cardul today. Writt to: ClMtUnooia Mtdlcla Co., Ullt' CtMtunuoft. Tun for &tciql Jrf itructio$ on your c and took, iloma 64-- Seminary at Heidelberg, Ky., Friday nud will assist in the building of a dining room. On ROMULUS.JACKSON, Master Commissioner Powell C .C. his way at Bentty vllle, he aroused so much interest on the part of those men who were looking for a reward that they held for Tlio superintendent will preach a time theabovo man in spite of again at Walnut Hill .next Sun- the identification of friends. He day, and on the 2oth at.Clay City says iu a letter: "although there were a few characteristic commou in the Presbyteriau.ohurch. in both of us, there was nevertheMr, Sliiriner has ibeon employ less us much re8emblenco be ORPHANS' HOME ITEMS. Bidders will be prepared to comply with these terms. A lien will be retained on the hind sold till all the purchase money is paid. Bond payable to Commissioner. ed as an efliciency man to look after the property of the Moun-taiSchools with headquarters at Clay City. He left for Beech-woo- n d Trcatwot far Wmmo," tut la plain wrappw. tween the culprit and myself m betweon Rover (our dog) and h lion. This letter might reasonable be eutitled 'Shoved into Publicity' for I wus paraded from one end of the towu to the other about five times and in. cideutally had the pleasure of being introduced to the Muyor and other citizens of prominence, The police force was equally divided ou each side of me(We-tthe right and one to the left) and behind pie was the whole male population, for the even ing whistle had just blown." We have taken the liberty of quoting the above for the information (it the friends of Mr, Sehiriner.