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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): December 23, 1915 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1915 cla1915122301_sn86069657 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): December 23, 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. Burgher JE . . x THE CLAY CITY TIMES. M. P. O'MARA, -- Editor We arc Here to Help Clay City, the Surrounding Country and Ourselves. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY ft I, VOL. XX. CLAY CITY. KY., THUKSDAY DECEMBER 23. 1015. X Here's Wishing you a very Merry Christmas, and may the JYeiv Year he one of Peace, Happiness and Prosperity :Lo you, and yours. The Clay City Times' Prizes For Pupils of Moonlight School Co., alThe Brodhead-Garret- t ways tq the front when nnythinj for.Jlfc Rood of the community is concerned, have eh own their up preciation of the good work done hv Mrs. Seale and Miss Bowen in the"Mooiilight sefiool, by dnhat-ing $10.00 worth of prizes to be distributed to the pupils Thurs y j day night. Mr. D. C Mitchell, of Oakland, Oiil., also contribute s,00 fo; he ;atuo pnrpoge -- The high water of a few days ago did considerable damage, es pecially on bottom lauds, where a large amount of enru and foildervaswashetLuwy. Several bridges' on the ' rlulrohd Ver weakened and all trains have been delayed. - 21 31 TI1E LAST CHANCE IS HERE From now until the Booster Campaign closes on December 29, on all cash purchases or on money deposited during this time, to be traded out afterwards, wo ahull give twelve times tho regular coupons. Double coupons will be given on the settlement of accounts during this time. Buy tho 25,000 Booster Trade Books this week and use t tie m next week. We shall give, until the end of the Booster Club, 0,000 extra coupons at the store fo a Booster for each new customer borught to our store from whutovcr distance, who makes a purchase of $1.00 or more at nno time, from now to the time of giving the premium to the best Booster. You know some people who trade at nearby towns, people who could do better here. It's only a matter of habit that they drive to tho next town. See them and tell them why you !want them to trade here. The premiums will be awarded to the Booster having the largest number of coupons on WED. NESDAY, DEC. 20. The Booster ballot box will be closed at VI o'clock noon that day. ( Remember that this store is, as usual, headquarters for Christmas things, from a penny tloU all through the line to mere useful aud valuable gifts for men, women and children. Mrs. Fannie Williams paying fora divided Christianity today of H. G. Wo must conserve our forces, and move Unity against the enemy. We must recognize the rlghtsof other men to their convictions. A man would James H. G.irjet, a nod 05 year, (By P. O. Dcrthick.) not belong to 11 certain church, if lie died at Means Montgomery Co.. At tin's glad season of tho youi, when thought ho was going to lose his soul all the world la rejoicing over tho birth by it. Some preachers cannot under battirlay night, after u loui: of the Christ child, I wish to reply to stand why everybody in tiie world can lie waa a native of (Jlatk the little tract that Hoy. L. F. Martin not believe oshe does. It would be a county, but had spent must of his ling written on "The Presbyterian marvelous worlo if that was so. Some life in IWoll and .Montgomery Church." preachers think they huve a corner on counties. Mr. Garrett is purvh-e- d Tho most pressing problem of the salvation, aud that they are tho favor by bis son, II. Grcon Garre'r Church today is that of Christina Unity. ites of heaven. The world has as little und two daughters. Mrs. .J. II. Tho energies of Christendom are being patience with thorn as had Uuskins with frittered nwny in the competitions, con- - a preacher ho met at Turin. "A little Shay, .if I'onca City, Ok la , an. I troversies, Jealdusles, and friction en squeaking idiot" he says, "was preach Mrs. Caroline Chambers, of Moir gendered by some few preacher, who ing to an audience of old women, and have not caught thcJvision of tho King three louts, who tliought.thcy wero the ginnery county. Mr. G urett was dom of Heaven on earth. Never before only children of God, in Turin, and all one of the most widely known an I in the history of the world, has there the other people in the world be dam- highly respected men in his com been such an opportunity for social ser ned." We read of how one preacher munity. vice on tlto part or the Church, as there called his neighbor preachers "devil's is today. The demand for it comes factors .'hildren of the old rouring from the christian people of nil the hellish murderers blasphemers, and A Boy a Girl churches, but this work will never be Satin sent preachers", and the other accomplished lis long ns there are preacher in turn, called his neighbor Dr. Mart in reports the birth of preachers today who cannot sec beyond A designing wolf dealer in stolen a fine girl to the wife of Clin' the narrow vision of their own church. wares unprincipled us a rock as silly In generations pone by, men stood tin us a jackdaw, first pilfering his neighbor Curti?, of Snow Creek, and a bi in their rcspcctirpulpits and with aud then going forth proudly displaj ing to thu wife of Dilbird I'mts. on, denounced lis borrowed tail to tiiceyes of a laugh- their fighting their neighbor church inembars in Sa- ng world". And tiiere are preachers on the great work that God haso tanic terms, nni consign them all to today .who might not. use thoso words, blessed them in? When hum. hell because they did not belong to but have the same spirit of animosity and women are Christ-likand who my" Church. in their hearts,and go up and down the there is a passion for foul winning in That there arc many churches today. country denouncing a sister church, their hearts, and when wo recognize our is true, but it is a futile waste of time which is doing a mighty work for God. neighbors across the street as our broto try and fix tho blame forthis present There is a fellowship possible and thers, then will those outside theehurel situtation, and any preacher who thinks that can be'attuincd, that will not re realize the great need of the Christ in ho can 'remedy It at this lato date has quire am unfaithfulness to convic their own lives As long as there a task of trennnl mimipitn le,a task tions in our beliefs. If we ure to work and hatred for our sister churchgreater than tho greatest and strongest together them must be christian love es, and we cannot extend to them nwiahora of al) rte ngcsrj?;tc Uei tu'dtfe withrrrroai-pclTaipriindn"iJ n "Go"'' liljA.'. muVwork to accomplish.'' There is much "that harmoniously together' If we are to you"; then will the mass on theoutsid churches could learn from each other accomplish tiie work of the Kingdom doubt the religion of Jesus Christ. We if they would. God could not possibly of God there must be a mutual ac- must work together, pray together, have used so wonderotisly and largely quaintance, understanding and appro-- fight together, and unite together in i so many of the leading churches of toin lion among the churches. The spirit brotherly love, if o want the out, id day, if they had been devoid of divine of division will always bo perpetuated world to believe in the power of tintruths Churches today nre moving as long as some preachers seek to Cross, There must be n confederation forward with power under the influence harm or misrepresent some great of christian foiees before we can make of a mighty passion for skills, for the church that has accomplished mighty headway against the tremendous forcer uplift of their fellow m m, for the trans things for God. 'rhe Talmud says: of evil. Satan will endeavor to keep forming of human lives who have sunk "Walking on tiio mountain one day. I us divided and lighting umongourselvc ow in thedregs of sin, for the building saw a form which I took to be beast ; as lung as he can, for lie knows thu of character, through social service ami coming nearer I saw it was n nvin ; ap- as long as there is discord in the ranks recreation. The church ha a might) proaching nearer still. I found it was of christian people that he is seeun problem before it today. Humanity is my brother 1" And so we are brothers, to go on with his work in tho klngdon ulTe.' Ing for the risen Christ and tin working together for a common aim. of darkness The devil has recruited hurcli is try ing to rcacji them with the that of evangelization of the world. his forces out of men and wimenthitt remedy that will redeem them and dn-ll- Churches are being drawn closer to- should have und would have been christthem. Churches today rao pleading gether to light a common foe, and help-n- ians, but for this hatred and unimositv for a closer fellowship. There is a wist T slant wi:n)ii fill tin Crots of that has existed 30 long. A chiefGod ful desire on tiie part of trrodieiples o Africa asked. "Which is the bigger Calvary that will redeem their lives. God, tho UaptistGnii Christ, that the prayer of Christ migl t Christ's presence has been manifest in tho I'resbj teriun come true, that we might bo one, and every church and every age. Marvel- or the Methodist God,'1 and a Jupnncsi christians today are seeking means that ous indeed, has been the glorious histo- nobleman, crossing tint Public Squiin-owill draw us closer together. We are Tokio, who, urged to become a christry of the leading churches of today. turning to our divine lo.idor to barn of Vnd shall some preacher say that God ian, sweeps ids hand about the squan Him, or how wo might unite our forcex has not had a part in tho wonderful where a score or more missionary agenfor the upbuilding of the Kingdom of work that as been wrought, that tho cies have their homeland asks, "Which Christ on earth, and Unit we might unite influence of the Christ has May wo take tit. not been felt Ohristiunity?" with one common purpose in view, that anu enter more earnestly lesson homo of u spiritual fellowship together. and seen in their great achievements? Christ never intended that there should Shall we deny to them the right to help in the great work of unit in,' ourselves bo u spirit of antagonism, of hatred, of win tho world for Christ, ami to carry I und help to win the world for Christ. ealousy in Ills message of love or g ind news to the world Tho devil alone delights when he can eee prpachers using the vellifyiug methods today that were In common use a few years ago, before caught tho world wide virion of the loving message of the Master. We will never win the world for Christ as longiis we me divided. A di- ided church willulw uy be defeated in ;s mission A united church is one here Christians uro united in loyalty to tho Master, and going forth to con quer tho enemy. Thu enemy will never be conquered as long us we light among ourselves. We must unite our forces and presont a solid front to theonemy, Jille we have been lighting, tho devil has filled our count y witii perils of uli kind. Wo have used uuerilla warfare. methods so long, that some preachers today, are st UL, making war upon some great church, Instead of upon sin and thu devil. Tho problems facing the church today.lt achalengo that wo our forces, and that a spirit of bro everytherhood permeate christian I where. Tho world Is weary of tho hp-t- ilHI 1n 11 m 1 rr KENTUCKY strife that has been going on so long among preachers and churches, and an u bell vlng world is the price w ure Pastor Makes Father Plea For Garrett is Dead -- and wo'i-drous- e, - v.-- c ft m f FIREWORKS! Our Christmas Fireworks will be on sale Friday Horning. 'Nuf said. COME EARLY. er nniiifii IWALIUKOVILLU, Henpy Waldron THE TIMES. Tanlac Secures Highest A ward Quality Tells The Medicine No other medicine ever lias ap preached the wonderful record of Tanlac. Its success is a romance of the staid business world a success built on merit so unusual that in just nine months after Tan lac hud been introduced, one million bottles had been sold to men and women who hud leurned its superior qualities for the relief of a. Intents of the stomach, liver and kidneys and catarrhal u flections. Tanlac appeals to the best people everywhere. These are the men and women vvlio judge intelligently and impartially, and the result always is a Tanlac verdict. Upon the endorsement of many thousands of well known people rests the great and secure popularity of Tanlac. Those who tak Tanlac always return for the second b'nttlu because the first few doss establish its merit?. Tanlac is so efficient and pure, it at once makes known its value in deranueinents of the stomach, indigestion, upsufnerves and debility. Tanlac, that has come to be known as the Masjer Aleip- cine, may now bo obtained in; Clay City, at the Elton and store and in Stuuton at Hatdwick & Cos , where i m explained daily to many people. y Mc-Gui- re Help Your Liver It Pys. A Democratic Newspaper Inter-estin- g Eighteen Years Old The Best Weekly in this Section. Story of This Extraordinary Editor M. P. O'Mara When your liver gets torpid v.m your stnmch acts queer, take Dr. KingV New Lifo Pills and you will find yourself feeling better. They purify the blond, givo you freedom from constipntion,M)ilioas- nes,. dizziness and indigestion. You feel Una just lik'e you want Cleur the complexion to feel too. 25 1. at druggists. Real Life. TEN YEARS AGO What did you think you would be worth today? Didn't have much idea, did you? But you were sure you would be pretty ' well fixed financially. $) ARE YOU? How much will you be worth in the Has past experience next ten years? taught you anythinghas it taught you the wisdom of a SAVINGS ACCOUNT? mail matEntered as second-clas- s ter at tbo Post Oflico at Clay City, Ky., under the Act of Congress of March 3. 1879. A HOMK-MAD- K PAPER DEO. 23, 1P15 In Russia, because the peasant! aave no books to read, thoy are. at) forced to read the book of nature They do not hear the Imitation ot"thc nightingale, therefore- they listen tc the nightingale Itself. They do not look at "real life," as depicted In novels, therefore they look, at real life without tho novels. - It should have been TlIUPvSDAY, your first lesson VIRDEN (Crowded out last week.) Mr. John Pattern, who has been :it work at Indian Fields, return-hom- e Saturday. Mr. (J 0 Curtis visited his sister, Mrs. John Groves, tit List. week. Win-c'taster, Clay City National Bank Pays 3 per cent compound in terest on SAVINGS bbt i the Lamp Oil that Saves Eyes ftnthtnor Id mnm ImmH.nt In ihm home tttan clear, steady light, Insure this by getting the oil that burca clear nnrt derm wttlicvit n flicker down to tho last drop, lvnnsjlvanla crudeoll refined to perfection. Cruts no rno-- o thnn the Inferior tnnkwa?on oils- - saves MONEY saves WORK eaves eves. Your dealer has SOLITE Oil, In barrels direct from our works. m Mr. and Mrs. E. Wilson, of ci mi Cin- - Mr. ami Mrs. T. A. Oden, from Friday till Tuesday. Mrs. Linni I'atton is visiting her sun E Pattern, at Clay City, this week. in, visited tlieirpiirents here, i . Grant demons returned home from Lexinutnn, Tuesday Mr. mid Mrs. E. Evermaii visit en Mrs. Everiimn's mint, Mrs. C. . 2flj jims, .Friday and Saturday. Mr. C. 1 Chas. C. StoII Oil Co. Lexington, Ky. Refinery at Warren, Pa, Wo sell tho celebrated Auto OIL "When the Frost . Is On The Pumpkin" to think about your winter underwear. We have a'jspleridid' assortment' and can suit you in both QUALITY AND PRICE It is time -- t i "NoCarb" W (J. Evermaii visited Mr. Sunday. Mrs. Henry isinitson visited T. den a cow for $00 00 and bought W a cow and calf from J. II. Wells ire. Tuesday. (' W. Oiidenund V. A. Curtis fur $40.00 attded the revival meelini: at II G Snowdeii sold Billiard West Bend, Saturday and Sunday lieley u liturgy and harness for $0 U OttrMK, - For fine Watch and Clock REPAIRING or any work in my line, I will -- nilit. be glad to haveycu call on me S. V. LARISON Come Here aud Save Money Farmers Union Supply Store Mrs. M.iry ('oinlis visited Mrs. 0. C. Curtis, Saturday. William Mcintosh bought a calf from John Meadows, for 27.50 Mr-- . U. C. Curtis sold ami i s lurUe.xw to II. L. fur I(!ers. peril). H.illai l Beley hotight some orn from Clint Combs for 2 fit) i r barrel. S Fisher bought fifty shocks of fodder from Clint C nubs fiir loots per simck. Ballard Begley sold II. G Snow de-live- Dally Thought In-'- Bor-tier- The perfectly balanced man would To be interesting or to accomplish anything in this world a certain amount of oncsidenesa, enthusiasm or partisanship Is essential. Bruce Calvert. bo a nonentity. The of Clay City, Kentucky i WHEN YOU WANT A SHAVE OR HAIR CUT OR ANY S. G. Haker, Mpr. "The bitter iitl ele t o the end a ship's cable fastened to the "bltts" a frame of two stroug pieces of timber fixed perpendicularly In the fore part of tho ship for the purpose of holding the cables. Tho other end Is fastened to the anchor. When the cable Is out to "the bitter end" It 1b all out; the extremity has come. Sitter End TONSORIAL WORK CALL ON H. H. PHERIGO. STANTON Student Admitted COLLEGE, KY. STANTON, at Any Time HUSBAND RESCUED DESPAIRING WIFE After Four Years of Discouraging Coaditions, Mrs. Bollock Gave Up in Despair. had gotten so weak I could not stand, and I gave up in despair. I CLEANING I AND PRESSING. am ready to do your Clean Ing and Pressing. Good work guaranteed and charges reason-abl- e. Orders left with J. Bloom will receive prompt attention. One of the Best Schools in Kentucky. Courses in Agriculture and Domestic Science. -- Review Classes in the Common Branches will be Conducted throughout the Term. james Williams. DRINK By paying part of their Expenses in Work, Students may get Rates at the Dormitory as low as $1.5o per Week. Husband Came to Rescue. At last, my husband got me a bottle ol Cardul, the woman's tonic, and I commenced taking it. From the very first For Information Write to "MOBT THAN WET" dose, 1 could tell it was helping me. 1 can now walk two miles without Its Rev. J. C. Hanley, President, Stanton, Ky. Real Estate and Insurance. Wo JJuy and Sell Farm and City Property of nil kinds. V have some all. At times, 1 would liave severe pains surely help you, too. Your druggist has tiled farms in Clark and adjoining Ugtd Cardul for years. He knows what counties Ill III ISH S1UC. for sale or rent. Write us The doctor was called In, and his treat It will do. Ask him. He will recom. what you want. meat relieved me for a while, but I was mend it Begin taking Cardul today. We write all kinds of Insurance. ll'nVe tot I.1U.' soon confined to my bed again. After Aivitory. ()pt., Cliattiaaofi Atrilcliu Co.. Special TRACY AND ST0KELY. Qiatunuiu. Ttna.. far IHilructlQHt your rut nj C4.tug took. ' Ham (Jut, nothing seemed to do me any good. Treatment far en Wemtn," tent la Wn Kt Office, Main Street, Winchester, Ky. Catron, Ky. In an Interesting letter tiring me, and am doing all my work." If you are all run down fr.om womanly from this place, Mrs. Bettie Bullock troubles, don't give up In despair. Try writes as follows : "I suffered for four years, with womanly troubles, and during Cardul, the woman's tonic. It lias helped this time, 1 could only sit up for a little more than a million women, In its 50 while, and could not walk anywhere at years of continuous success, and should rn it Mexico' Capital. Standing toward the southern extremity of tho great plateau of Ana huao, reposing In a beautiful valley full of natural resourcoa and rich with historic lore, Is the Olfy of Mexico. Oi singular and varied Intercut Is tblt capital of the. republic whose name It bears, for Its geographical situation and historical associations are such ai assign it a leading place among the great centers of Spanish American civ lllzation. c- ut - -- J Velvet for Cleaning. t A email piece of velvet la a floe cleaner for brass, and for polishing silverware It la better than chamois. It quickly reraovea the dust, from woodwork, .and ir used to rub the stove after It baa been blacked will produce high polish. There is nothing better to dust a felt hat. Silk dresses and other silk articles should always lx dusted with it, for it cloans perfectly without cutting br otherwise Injuring the silk. COMMISSIONER'S SALE POWELL C1IICUIT COURT Bottio Unrdwiek &. riaiutill's, VERSUS Snuthoy Lucy tfcc, Defendants. Notice of Sitlo in Equity By virtue of a judgement ant; order of sale of tiie l'ovell Uir unit Court, rendered at the Nov ember term thereof, in t no above cause, the undersigned will on the 3rd duy of January, 1010, at o'clock p. in., or thereabout, (being Court Day), as Co nun is sioncr, proceed to otl'cr for sale at Public Auction to the highest bidder, on a credit of six months, at the Court Ilouse door, Stan ton, Ky., the property mention od in the judgement, to wit: Situated on Morris Creek, Powell county, Ky , and bound ed and described as follows: Be ginning at a point on tlio county roud running up Morris creek in the lines of the defendant, Lizzie Stephens, thence with a westcorern course to the north-wes- t ner of said Lizzie Stephen's land, thence u North direction with he Leonard Hall land to the lands of Win. Neal, thence Eastward with the lands of Thomas Centers to the top of Morris 1 I SLADE. ' (Crowded out last wcok.) llev. J. Adams could not till his appointment here Sunday, owing to illness of his wife. Among those who ennio to at tend Conrt here, Saturday were, A.H. Norton, County Attorney of Stanton, and Attorney . Howard Stamper, and Cleveland Allen, of Canipfon Others interested from a distance were, Alviu Iloiin and Henry Skidmoro, of Ilavstack, Dr. L.M. Knox, Jasper McDanicl Will Ashley, and others from Loin t ? ? ? Y ? ! HARD WICK & COMPANY I ? T Y T Christmas Goods r Y T T bard. Sheriff Henry Derickson is tak- ing a few of the boys to Stanton to give an account of themselves to a jury. We hope they will do better i the future. Ed. Ewen returned home, Sun day from Mancelon, Michigan. Mr. and Mrs. Russell were here from Wolfe County last week looking for a farm. They want- e.i to buy one containing 100 acres of bottom land. Miss Stella Cougleton visited Miss Milu Knox, of Nada Sunday. Mrs. J. U Trent is improving nicely, under treatment of Dr. L. M. Knox, of Nuda. The Christmas spirit is here--whe- n looking for those remembrances give us a call You can find something here useful and practical or ornamental to suit every pocket book. We f 'f T T Y ? , . have cut glass ware, china-ware, T T T V manicure ar- i creek monntain, a Southern direction with the line of Harlo Swango, continuing in a Southern direction with the lands of Lizzie Martin to the lino of Jessie Swango, thence with line u Northern direction to Holly Creek, thence with a West course with said creek to the county road, u Southern direction to tin poiut of beginning, containing iK0 acres, more or less; also the described land portion of said boundary of jaud beginning at corner of Lizzie the North-wes- t Stephen's land at the county road, thence north with said road to Thus. Ccnter,B line so as to exclude Jessie Swango's yard and ciirden, thence with Center's lino west to Win Neal's line, thence with Leonard Hall's line to Lizzie Stephen's line, theuco to the beginning, so as to exclude f interest in the oil well to Henry Stephens, containing 125 one-hal- early date. Sunday School will be at nine o'clock, and after Sunday School everybody is invited to take a part in singimr, and practice some-nesongs. Mr. Chase will assist us, and understands music. We certainly need the practice and appreciate his assistance. WAR UPON Andy Baker lost u fine milch cow last week. She fell in a sink hole and broke her neck. T. G. Cole of Kmiwlton, is here taking oil leases for Mr. Dolan, of Owensboro, and there is talk'V f oi sniKing some wells here at an tM. I I ticles., vases, pictures, lamps, jewelry, toilet sets, . T I ... j stationery, handkerchiefs, silk '? If :T T PAIS! r t I r T r r hose and sox, handkerchief , sox and neck tie sets, neckwear, scarfs, rugs, bed and table covers, doilies, napkins, table Imetis,' towels, perfumes, hand bags, suitcases, trunks, rocking chairs, carving sets, fancy box candies, bulk candies, fruits, boys sleighs and velocipedes, dolls, doll t i z T Y T v acres, more or less, or sufficient thereof to produce $005.50, so ordered to be made. The purchaser will be required in give bond, with approved security, for the payment of the purchase money, to have the force and effect of a replevin bond, bearing lenal interest from the day of sule, according to law. Bidders will be prepared to comply with these terms. A lien will be retained on the lund sold iklinariMi till all the purchase money Pain it a visitor to eveoy home md nuialty it comes quite unex- pectedly. But you are hrcpared for every omurgeucy if you keed a small bottio of Sloan's Liniment handy. It is Hie greatest pain killer ever discovered. Simply laid on the skin no rubbing required it drives the pain away. Ii in really wonderful. Mcrvia H. Soister, Berkeley, Cal. writes: "Last Saturday, after tramprng around the Panama Exposition with wet feet' I came home with my neck so stiff that 1 could't turn. I applied Sloan Liniment freely and went to bo l. To my surprise, next morning the Hiitl'ness had almost disappeared, l'o"i' hourrt after the second ap- T t ? T t t t ? ? T ? V bods and a general line of toys for the children; also have everything to make your fruit cake and fix -- the other good things up. In fact, we believe we have anything you may want, and the prices will interest you. tunc ,tiA io itmu " t Y Y paid. Houd j Mat ch, 1915. At DruggistB 25c. payable to Commissioner. ? Blank deeds for sale at The Jt ROMULUS JACKSON. .Master CommisKiouer Powell C ,C. Times oflice, 5 cents each. t f Hardwick & Co. STANTON KENTUCKY r T ....... niCHMOND, KY. . f V t f t V V Old Papers for Sale Times Office. A at The ssmm w 7 !'! THORNI I ILL VaQONS ARE SOLD BY Eaton Clay pty &. McGuire Kentucky Greeted His Old Friends. )ouhb actor obtained permission from the cMobrated satirist Plron to read to him a tragedy which was on the eve of being brought out. At every verso that was pillaged Plron took on his hat and bowed, and so frequently had he occasion to do this that the author, surprised, asked what ho meant "Oh," replied Plron, "It Is only a habit I have cot of saluttnc my old acquaintances." " A ( tm:a 'rnAcunris i tli'iutrtiwfi m' uili'iilluro, a will niiilpped i.t. jlin'iintV tt li nci'. First 'IVtm bi'L'iii( t villi ni'nii.ii'i.r 7. 'I'i'fiii N'nVMiiluir in. riilr.l 'iVm.. hi-- 1, i:- i.u nuuiiuV, iiitiThii'iiiiiti) imil I.lfo l'uijiii) tjilmols nt Ken. muio i it ;tlii'u ', v' ,i.liii Tuition Kit .. i.iiiwi Mini HfVfovr t'Diiri-cH- . i ciiIiiKlltl ilorlnlturii'i', lcw t'lii't l'iyii't". 'i'ho lining .!. i.M.i.iu w luclilliil tr i luilMili(. prartire .Hi. iiiu 1 rftM l .'. nc iiHwrvL' ., I'.iMtilt'f mi April fl.ljiiniiiu'r School open it. uuKmua l iv j. p. nnmiK, i'.UrM. ' ' ' H1 r:' rv r1 rt r i n r i ri rt ri ri n r i r n ri n rf n r1 r re n r n r i 1 1 10CA1 Hi Sfi SHERIFF'S SALE By virtue of Execution No. 213 directod to mo wbicb Issued Program at CltY School Ci...'.r r i ifi Mrs. W. 0. Scale will spend tht? holidays at her homo in Win Chester, nnd Miss Uowen will he with her family at Slade. When in Winchester come to tny shop for shoe repairing of all kinds while you wait. Send shoes by parcel post any time and ro. ceivc prompt attention and good work. I use only the best material and my prices arc right. 1 have an shoe repairing factory. first-clas- s e Tom Put tit will have a big turkey shoot Christ inns Duv. Abbie Uogers ami her aunt, Mrs. McOormick, have returned from a two weeks visit at Mr. Sterling. Mrs. Ni black wuk Chas. Balmut S io N. Main St. shopping in Winchester, Ky. Winchester, Thursday. Mra. A. T. Whitt and Mrs. W. T. McGuire were shopping in Lexington, Tuesday. Meat Market We are now conducting a FRESH MEAT MARKET in connection with our store, and we ask you to try our "I Hear You Calling Harrington Mr. Mother McCrec (a) Quartct (b) The Perfect. Day Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Wliitt were (c) Caroline slioppini: in Lexington, Thursday, Messrs. Harrington, Keith, Ainsworth, ginning, containing 81 square Murriel Jno. C. Eaton w is slio, piii;; in poles. Sile will be made to sat Jingle Belli isryMhe sum of $250.00 deb' and Chorus Winchester, Wednesday. of Presents Distribution $8 55 costs and $15.00 costs of Solo Vernon Wi'.burn, from Mt Sterling, in visiting his aunt, Mrs. .J. B. Kogers. from the Clerk's OiHeo of the clerk of Powell Circuit Court, in favor of E. 0. Jiaker & Co. T. J. Ponder and (J. V. Dai, I, or one of my Deputies, will, on Monday the Urd day of Jtntiary 1016, between t he hours of 10 o'clock A M, and 4 o'clock P M.., at the Court House door in Stanton, Powell County, Kentucky, expose to PUBLIC SALE, to the highest bidder, the f allowing property (or so much. thereof is may be necessary to satisfy Plaintiirs debt, ineerest, and costs), to wit : A certain store bouse and lot ni Bowen, Kv- - Beginning at a stone comeiat Albert Ewens shop, on the side of the County road lead tug from Bowen to Cat Creek, thenceBoJ E7. 55 poles to u set st.me, thence N. 81 E. 1.43 poles to Itail road right of way, ami a set stone, thence N- - 35J W. 7 55 poles to 6et stouo, thence leaving said right of way, thence S. 31J W. 4,43 poles to set stone the be- Welcome to Santa Claui Gabcrt White Everywhere Christmas Tonight. Asa Phillips Delia Portwood Recitation Bethlehem Star Concert Recitation AdorineGillis, Laccy Moore' Hoyt Brush Abby Rogers, Geneva GillU, Arb'c Mcintosh Grace Martin, Marie Pcttit; Fanny Bell Smcthcrs- - Song Chorus Recitation Star of the East Mrs' Russell and Mrs. Scale Old Black Joe Charles Hendricks Joe Newkirk Recitation "1 want what I want" Dialogue Sterling Anderson, Joe Newkirk, Charles Hendricks, Robert Maxwell Chorus Dialogue -- Holy Night Home Killed Products A complete line of fresh meats, including Beef, Pork, Sausage, etc., will be carried at all times, and you can buy in any quan- tity. An experienced butcher and meat cutter will be in charge. and from execution costs No. 831 levied on as Mie prop erty of T. S. Ponder and G. P. Mr. and Mrs. 0. C. Meecham Day. Terms: Sile will be made on a are spending t lie holidays with with Mrs. Mt'rcheni'8 paret.ts' Mr. and credit of six months, bond bearUrsO. Il. lliickey. Mr. Meeclmm approved security required, per was injured u few days ago at Ir ing interest at the rate of six from day of sale vine by heme thrown olt !ns ei - Cent, per annum jine, and w'ill be uyahle to work and having the force and effect of a replevin ooud. nirBome'timej'et. WITNESS mv hand, this 18th bay of Dec. 1015: ORPHANS' HOME ITEMS. H. T, Derickson Sherifl, P.O. Otis Mackey wai hom couple of days this wee!-- . for a . months, at the Court Hi use door, Stanton' Ky , the propertp- men-tioned in the judgment to wit: A tract of land situated on ttjo waters of Red River in Powell County, Ky., beginning at tho ford nt Walters Ferry, thonco with the roan lendinir from said v our Patronage Solicited 1) v i Lbr. & Coal Co. G. II AUK WORTH, Mgr. ttylj and lixji vnth legl. On qualify-- mnj tr tuitiout The UiobetUasbdl(rlbut!lcT'js:;oTt ?sauli Irrr ol tbe oven, and la rcllcctuj o:i'o ( 4 j Lt;.; Uni It tna aabestos - llninc 1. I uln CTc.Hr, ttltbout turning- Euro ixm ;s.. omj o J bolb food ud . Tba beat Ckooot escape bcsc.u.'q t crrn !i I'1" 1 hammer riveted and requires no ri"-tbeing retained, lets let) ii r.cudcd to riaLi-tai- n Tuulta U the inwt economic:.!. The MJesUoectrarobl3.-rc:t- t s Every tbt tz?; T'7 UiallilI,additaUocxcc".l7co.'c. ici- U) Lc.i rtnce. Too canou tliciv?U r: breftd-bakln- Plaintiffs Angeline Walters VERSUS Bettie Burgher &c , Defendants Notice of sale in equity By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Powell Circuit Court, rendered at the Nnvembe-Term, 1915, thereof in the above cause. the undersigned will on the 3rd day of January, 1010, at 1 o'clock P M , or thereabou,(be ind Court Day.) I will as prucoed to offer for r Do not foriret the upeniaj ser sale at i'uniiu Auction to no Nosxovf smnKOii highest bidder, on a credit of six Master Commissioner Powell C. C. vice at the Presbvterian church at p. in., Sunday. If you tire not For Good Bartering Try prepared to give money we would POWELL & JACKSON be glad to take potatoes and other A. P. Johnson all Kinds Writers &-., Duriti!: the past week, donations been recdvi'd from Mrs. Ci F. Moore, of Uinthiana, Ky., It F. Uooper, University, Ala., Mrs, 0 Little, Tuskaloosu, Ala., Miss K. O. Davidson, Oxford, Miss. It A. Olillds, Mi Sterling, Kv , New OrleanP, Mrs. F. B. O'L-ar- y, Miss. Mrs. L. W. Stephens, Mt Sterling, Kv , Mrs. Kli.abetli Bunker. Harrods (Jreek, Francis Jewell. Lexiimtoii, Kv., MissSal lie Deputy, Wuyueshoro, Va. 8.2. 50. W. 0. McAfee, Vanarsdell, Ky., 4 550, and the First Presbyto rian CJhurch, Winchester, Ky. The tthove persons represent so duties which are interested in I lie h'line, and also the desire to give the children a jiiyous Christmas season. Iihv 1 Advertising in The Times xr pay you. If you dou't believe it let us convince you by a trial. COMMISSIONER'S SALE POWELL CIRCUIT COURT i r, ford to Spoilt Sprihi:8, to a etono Phillips Hill ; thence a straight line casf ward to a pine tree marked in a Hollow; thence a straight line to a black gum tree on (he top of Red River bunk, tlience n straight line to the mouth of said Hollow branch; tlience from the mouht of said Hollow branch where it enters Red Itiver; with Red River, to the beginn ng about 117 acres, or suffi, cient thereof to produce S so ordered, to be made The purchaser will be required to give bond, with approved security, for tho payment, of the purchrtseinotiey, to have tho force and effect of a Replevin Bond, bearing legal interest from the day of sale, according to law. Bidders will be prepared to comply with these terms. A lien will be retained on the land sold tilt the purchase money is paid. Bond payable to Commissioner on con-tainiu- !! vegetables. rii "Vi IVltet I J ? l I I .bHtltntci I cd. villi k r:a!r bills a&J ricj. Iced Pieriariaf? heUer nivl lucJ (crc psltf .over n rlod il ynrn. trl;). oaariT.t iatvir.'o:it.olittlocxSM)nuuA l conUmLou toal cuU n .1 vr-1 Kt-- il .'.13K'-)- rvV I "' . t litui ior Catarrh Cannot Be Cured 11 In the old stand, next to the Red River Hotel. r UaJoaUa uni-ia- it. ;u"7 c- -d ecrvicj liiiur.j Lij r"0 r'ajcrtti hai .:.n ts Ubrr c .' j eren bating tsapemtnro, IW.t biking witb U11 (uel.ii Ciu',1.' cuorws;'. i l ' conUa: r1 r.uu to i c!'.it. r" i t ia nur.-L.r.h.tricir:a'jr it." i m:.i. rarTnXiftlon c Yjuuuc:. (. nsr-- t&' -- jiCC2!jt35 4iT7iNSjCr .rurrtorirril lr r'"iv"rj t'emo-- .. C-l- atratir.fi ntajiy 5bW by w " FOR SALE BY Eaton Cl.iy City 6c McGuire Kentucky with I.OOAL APPLICATIONS, ns they Shampooing and Scalp Treatment cannot reach the Beat of tlio disease, Catarrh la a blood or constitutional disease, and In order tu cure it you must D. H. MATHERLY take Internal remedies. Hall's Catarrh Sam W. Powell LInvllle Jackson Clay City, Kentucky Core- Is taken Internally, and 'acts diOffice in Court House. rectly upon the blo nl and muc u hut- MONUMENTS and MARKERS Winchester tace. Hall's Cjtnrrli Cure is not n Kentucky quick medicine. It was prescribed by Estimates Cheerfully Given on one of the beet physicians hi this coun Large or Small Stones. try for years and is a regular prescripTREES. tion. It is composed of, the best tonics Fruit, and Ornamental trees, known, combined with the best blood THE WINCHESTER BANK, Hirillers, acting directly ou the mucous Shrubs, (Jrapc Vines, Hhubarb, fiirfnccifi. The perfect combination of of Winchester, Ky. Peonies, Phlox, Hoses, etc. the two ingredients is what produces $100,000 such wonderful results in curing cat. Capital Stock KVKItY THING FOR OltCIURD, Surplus and Undivided arrh, Bend for testimonial, free. LAWN AND OA11DKN, V. J. OIIKNKV & CO , Props., Toledo, Profits $200,000 0. NO A0KNTS FRKE CATALOG X. Holly Witherspoon, President. Bold by Drugdsts, price 7Qu. H. F, HMllwimeyer & Sons. W. It. Sphar. 'Take Hull's family. PIIU fur Cashier. ' Lexington, Ky Y'OUU ACCOUNT SOLICITED. of of Fire, Life, Tornado, Lightning and Hair Insurance.. We are also agents for the Illinois Surety Company and are pre pared to do a general Bonding business. POWELL & JACKSON