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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): December 30, 1915 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1915 cla1915123001_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 30, 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 Riir?hr J E A THE CLAY CITY TIMES. M. P. O'MARA, Editor We are Here to Help Clay City, the Surrounding Country and Ourselves. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. VOL. XX. CLAY OITY, KY.t THURSDAY Hammons--Patto- n DECEMBER. 30, I9l5. nnd daughter, Dexter visited over Christmas with Mrs. Mitch (By P. O. Derthick.) Skidmore, i:: Montgomery County and Mr. and Mrs. Holt FaulkMrs. George Derickson was in ner in Clark County. Clay City one day this week. Rev. Win. Kirk prettied at Mr. Henry Morris is quite sick Nada last Sunday nisht. His at hia home, with lung tronblo. meeting at Stanton closed last Mr. Hiram Prcwitt, of Win- Wednesday night. As soon chester, is visiting his sister Mrs. warm weather comes he will continue tho revival. Fred Blackburn. Credits For z v Moonlight Teachers A wedding of considerable interest to their many friends, was that of Miss Maude Hammons, of Waltersville, to Mr. ABbury Patton, of Cincinnati, which was celebrated at tho homo of the bride's parents, Monday afternoon at .two o'clock. Tho ceremony was performed by Rev. D. II. Matherly, in tho presence of tho bride's family and a few friends. Mr. and Mrs. Patton will mako their homo in Cincinnati, and the Tunes joins in the niss Hoskins Wins Miss Ollie, Hoskins was declared winner in tho pinnn contest which at Mrs. Williams' store. Miss Hoskins had over half a million votes more than her nearest competitor Miss Lyda Newkirk. closed-Wednesday' STANTON. President Crabbe, of tho Eastern Kentucky Stato Normal School, at Richmond, and President, Cherry, of the Woatern Kentucky 8tato Normal School at Bowling Green, have announced that they will give credits ou tho venous courses to those teachers who'have taught a moonlight school during the past year. ThiB will bo a glad surprise to teachers who have labored so faithfully in the moonlight schools, and will aid them in making a term, and hearty congratulations of their in securing their State certificates mauy friends, who wish them a long and happy life on the matriearlier. monial sea. Old Veteran Dead W. II Neat was found dead in his bed at the homo of his sou, Win. Ncal, on Morris Creek, where he had been living sfneo selling his property here. "Uncle Buck" wit 74 years old and a veteran of the Union army. Epidemic of LaGrippc v Almost every family in town has Christmas Dinner Ilackworth served Christmas dinner to tho members of the family, those present beiftg Mr. and Mrs. Wn. Johnson, Miss Ethel and Crate johnson, Mr. and Mrs. 0. F. Tomlinson, Mrs. Myrtle Burgher and her three daughters, Ltllie, There wero Ruth and Orpha. to the family dur. two additions ing tho past year, Fluorine Williams and Ruth Lonore Tomliu-soTho family reunion was .greatly enjoyed by all present. Mr. and Mrs. G. n. It was a sad Christinas Day arrived hero Tuesday for a visit with her par Mr. and Mrs. Marion Strange tins year, for their bright little tw ents. year old baby died on that day. Mr. Floyd Clay is visiting his grandmother, Mrs. Bcttio Hard Rev. J. C. Hanley held scrvico at the house on account of the wick, this week. illness of Mrs. Strange. Mrs. MattieBiird aud her sisMr. Robert Stone w;m called to ter, of Gordouton, aro visiting their relatives in town this week. Winchester last week by Misa Mary Lyle f-r tin-serio- at Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Jackson, nnd little daughter, Marrictta, of Winchester, were pleasant callers at tho Times oflico Monday, on their way home,, after spending the holidays with relatives on least one member affected with the lagrippe, and tho doctors have been kcpt.busy for'sev'oral days past. It Is estimated tha fully 75 per cent of the citizens are conflneb to their homes, and one physician made 37 calls Tuesday, in one case treating eight members of the same family for this disease Harry L. Russell spent Christmas in Lexington. Mr. Wm. Schlrmcr, former Superintendent of tho Orphans' Homo here, was a Christmas visitor in town. Hardwick's Creek. Charles Mapel, of Irvine, was in town this week. Mr. and Mrs.'.tEstm'cr- - Patton- end little daughter, of Covington, spent "Mr. and Mrs. Bon. II. King, days that wo should keep sober, the holidays with J. T. I'otts and famand baby, and John King, of remembering the significance of ily, returning to their homo Sunday. Lexington, wero all upforOhrtst-mas- , it. Comparitively few drunks Misses Josephine and Adalcne Hazel-rig- g entertained a number of the young g nnd helped "Uncle Joe" were seen on the streets, however, Tuesday night, no trouble. A fow people at their home 23 pound turkey and there-wa- s to dispose of a we'l. enjoyable ttmo was spent and a very Mr. and Mrs. Ben Sewell and which was especially fattened for of the boys shot some firecrackers by those present, in dancing vnd games Mr. aud Mrs. J. O. Crawford, of Mrs. J. 0. Hanley is visiting in violation of tho ordinance. this occasion. Tho young folks of the town wero Juckso", spent Christmas with her parents in Newcastle, Pa. entertained last Saturday night by their parents Mr. and Mrs. Win. Mr. Hanlev will leave this week Mrs. T. G. White, nnd a very enjoyable raninijnriijninim for a visit with hi j people it: Cantime was spent in dancing and music. Hard wick. -do-in- Station agent, Vollmcr was kept busy a few days last week handling the extra express of holiday whiskey. A much larger quantity than usual wts shipped in this year, and 8ome.of,thrliay57gr,t. pretty well loaded toceiebratu tho day of all ship-mcn- ts illness of his sUter, Mrt. Misses Cecil and May Hanks, Newt Owens, who had a errokt of Winchester, were visiting paralysis which has rendered Faulknersdurmg Christmas week of her speechless. Wo are all prond to see Jouett Lite writer united Mr. Howard Boone with us during Christmas. is making good in his posi- Martin and Miss Edna Vance in Jouett marriage last Thursday, at tin tion in the bank at Louisville home of Mr. and Mrs. Miles FaulkMr. Robert Blackburn was ner. Howard has not decided home with his family over Christ- whether he will live here or in mas. Colson arrived from Berca Middletown, Ohio where he has to spend the holidays. been living for several years. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Catidill. of Yon must call Mr. Jeff Martin, Ousloy county, visited their Grandpa now. But Cliff Chah Green Oaudil), on Uattnn ey guys its a thoroughbred DemCreek, during Christmas. ocrat that cams to his house dur-inc Mr. Os Johnson took two of the big tide, and has named Charley Nice's children to Lex- him Stanley Woodrow Chanev. ington to stay 'with his sister. That name will be either the makCharlev has been having a severe ing or undoing of him in later time with the grip. years. Mother and baby are bro-the- r, -- i ! Monday night Mrs. Thomas Mount entertained a humber of the young people at her home in honor of her two sisters, Misses Myrtle and Uuth Moore who have recently returned hero from Sardie, Mies. A delightful time was spenu by tho guests in games and music. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Oldhnm, of Winchester, nnd Miss Mabel Ewcn, who has been teaching school in Woodford county arrived at the home of J. S. Ewcn for a holiday visit with their par- Rev. L. F. Martin has handed "Thank You" WH WISH TO TH ASK YOU: !! m iuto this office h reply to an article by Rev. P. 0. Derthick, of Stanton, which appeared in last weok's issue. We can lind nothing in Mr. Dert hick's article that appears personal, and do not think it advisable to start a religious controversy in tho paper. The members ef the Pearsito nearly all away for Christmas, Messrs. M. L. Pioroe, II. D. Ainsworth, W. M. La no and Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Allcu, going to Lexington, Mr. atid Mrs.Searles aud family, to Knoxville, Tenn,, Mr. aud Mrs. Adams, to Birmingham, Ala., Mr. E. R. Merril to Juliet, III., Mr. E. S. Harrington, to Knox-villTenn., and Mr.J. R. Mc Cutcheon, to IJeut vville. o, ton, Ohio., Prof. Ritchie is visiting his parents at Now Concord, Ohio, Misses Thompson and Paisley are visiting friends in Washington, D. C Mibses Evans and Carver aro visiting at tho former hnmc in Indiana, at Otisco., Miss ents. Johnson is at her home at Talent All will return Ma jor Charley Little and wife, in Lee County. to teach the first week in January of Jackson, spei.t Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. John W. Williams, Among the many who have been and partook of such n bountiful quite sick with lugrippc are, Mrs. dinner that Mr. WilliamB has not D. R. Clark and her daughter,. recovered from the effects yot Mrs. William Stephens, baby (Continued on last page) ly Q rU 31 Si lit. Tho Uoonturn, who did such splendid work, wo thank you. Though there in but one Grand Vvho, wo feci confident that the pplen. Q did practical business training secured and the friends made by each of you will make you feel "That to have outfit and lost was better than ft! not to Imvo (ought at all," as tho training obtained and tho elosu friend j J 1 made will be of groat life valuo to you. 2nd. The Helping Friends of tho Roosters We wish to thank jou for Z your true and faithful help given to your Booster friends. 3rd The Public Each and every ono, wo thank you for tho interest taken in our Bn ostcr Club Cumpaign, and in tho future we want you to J nnd Z J continue to know this store iw your headquarters and Store-IIoin- e wj h ill oontinia to furnuh yo i with A sarvloe and line of murolundlso J at a price that will so satisfy you tlmt you will want lostity always with us I aiw, iiiougtiwus nan oeun mu naracsi year oi my me, auu my loss, in the death of my dear husband and companion, has been greater, nl- iivmt, than I CHti lind words to express, I havo found much consolation IV In tho kindness of my many friends and can never forget their grac- - ftS As many of you know, I will now have to battle on alono iotiniu'ss. can and I will endeavor by ovary limaus In my power to inert a your patronage. To one and all I wish a Bright and Happy Now Year, bi-n- ofllce force were To our Friends: We wish you alt a Happy New thank you for your soli- j j Yean We patronage In the past and the coming year. cit a return of the same for jjMrs. F. W. Wiliamsi rTjnr UUI Grover Cluyeluud Springate, of Anderson County, a pupil of tho moonlight 6cIioo1h, is u candidate for doorkeeper of tho Ilouso of Representatives. He wishes to earn monoy to tako a further course in some school. This is a laudable ambition, and will enlist tho sympathy and aid of ninny Representatives in his behalf. Henpy WALTERSVILLE, Waldron KENTUCKY -- v " ' ' THE TIMES. Mystery Makes Tanlac Secure Newspaper Help Your Liver tl fays. "J" A Democratic Eighteen. Years Old The Best' Weekly In this Section. Editor M.P.OWara B mail matKntcrcd ns sccond-clnster at tho Post Office at CIny City, Ky., under the. Act oi Congress of .March 3, 1870. A HOME-MAD- E PAPER. DEO, 0, THURSDAY, J?15 Com-missio- The. Kentucky Illiteracy ii will, at the coming of the Legislature, nsk .that hody to vote them the sum of (20,000 annually, for' the next 4 years; to be used in employing an oflice and. field force to enable the Commission to pursue their work to better advantage in the hnpe.of stumpuig.rilliteracy .entirely out of the state by. 1920, No member of ,tho .Illiteracy Commission draws a salary in connection with the work, all giving their time as freely as the teachers have given theirs, and it is felt that the judicious use of this money to'be spout fn the'ac-tua- l work', wllfbe of inestimable Aiid wheti value to' the cause. one stops to consider the question, could- the ;tt.ate' funds be used for a more laudable purpose than in assiBtiug.thoae who, .wece unable in. their yopnger days, to secure an education. The. State n ses-mo-- When your liver geta torpid uml your etonich nets queer, take Dr. King's Now. Life Fills and yon Defi- will find yourself feeling better. Imitation Is They purify the blood, give you ance By The Famous fr'eedom from constipation, biliousMaster Medicine ness, diztno3 and indigestion. You feel fine just like- you want Tanlac! Thcro is'magiq in" tins Clear the complexion to feol. household, w.or.d a ningic made by RucceES unprecjedented and a too. Soo. at druggiBtc. i.i fame based ..very solidly on its accomplishments in more than In' Jiussia, because " 'the peasant! one million, hotnes. oav'o no books to read, thoy arc. all The ingredients for Tanlac are forced to read tho book of naturo They do, not hear tbo gathered in the remotest parts of nightingale, therefore Imitation they , listen tc the world. :.Frnm, the fur; north the" nightingale" Itself. They donol look at "real life?' as depicted in woods to Argent iii.i, below tho theroforo they look at real lift ; in- R u ssia n Ai a , .t lm A pp, nai or " wlthoat the' novels: Pyrciitjes, ni rho.8unny..8horc8 of Italy, from Prazi, Siitntttrrt, Peru und the slopes of the timber-toppellneky our own Mountains, come tlie n.tots, IhtIif, r barks and even flowers that, tho direct inn' of IJprr Joseph Von Trimbnch, the noted German chemist, are compounded into TEN YEARS AGO What' did you think you would beyorth today?, ,gjidn;tAha:c much.ipea, did you? But you; fere 'sure you?- - wotild be pretty well fixed, financially. .. -- Set at 'ii V ARE YOU? - ..IT t- -f af-th- e e-- q nor-els- , How much will you be worth in the Has past- experience next ten years? taught you anything has it taught you the wisdom of a SAYINGS ACCOUNT? - - .. I ' It should have been West-Indie- your first lesson r. d tin-de- ..Jlay txt c. City National Bank r Tanlac. 'Tli'ere 'can Ife'no' successful- im' itation of Tanlac. 'It is com pounded ds skillfully and as mysteriously ns naturu disi ills the. fanied mineral waters of Europe. Tanlac, now universally ktlowrt as the Master Medicine, proving invaluable against ailments of the stomach, liver and kidneys, arid catarrhal afl'ections of the mucous membranes, which, when neglected,' so often uHect the vital organs themselves. As n general tonic for half sick, . ruri-dnw- Pays 3 per cent compound in terest on SAVINGS the Lamp Oil that Saves Eyes thn ll nnm lmTVHnft In lh iiumeiainrmur, swaajr llgnt. jnsnra this bj Kctflnfr Ue oil that burns .clear anil clean without n lllrkfr " down to the last drop, rrnnjjlvttnli crude oil reflpe4.to iwrfectlon. .Kothlnff MONEY tankwason tm WOltK avei crei. Your"dejer him SOLITE- - OH. In tarrtla direct from our work. vcs Coiti no taoro tho Inferior , Cfias. C. Stpll Oil Co. Lexington, Ky. Refinery at Warren, Pa. We leU thoclebrc(eJ "KoCarb" "When the Frost Is On The Pumpkin It is time to think about your winter 1 u men and women;, it builds up the. tissues, creates a keen up. pptite, '.promotes jdiireit inn, vital-ize- s the blood and". brings back ijrt, Antoou. un- rnlorto the cheeks -- And sparkle .Forestry Commission is allowed 20,000 yearly and surely our men .and women are worth as As a much to us us our trees. member of the Powell County Commission the editor can speak it lirst hand of the. good (hat has resulted from the work here. A large, number of people took advantage of the opportunity oiler-o- i tlieiu and are now able to read and write, tiud in our opinion a better use could .not be made of Male tuuds than to continue-thoxcellent work started by Mrs. 0'ii u Wilson Stewart .and follow ed up by almost every teacher iu the county. Tho Moonlight, schools conducted by these, teachers have shown the interest thoy e to the'eyes. Tanlac may noiV'MolttiVined in Clay City, it the Eutoil 'anif Mc Guire stor and' in Staiiton. ht Hardwick- & (,V.',' Vllcre it Is bring explained daily. adv - For 'tine Watch and Clock derwear. We haYe a splendid assortment' and can suljt you in both1' " QUALITY AND PRICE REPAIRING , - or. any work in my line, I. will be glad to haveyou call on me S. V. LARISON Clay City, ,t Come Here aud Save Money , f" take in their choseir profession, us they receive no pay for this extra work an devoted many hours to it that might have been 8peut in much needed rest", 'or in leixure. Should the Legislature pass, this appropriation, ns it pro I Kentucky Farmers' Union Supply Store S. O. Baker, M:r. 1 A SHAVE OR 7HEN YOU WANT HAIR OUT OR ANY bably will, n will be u mark d approval for these devoted teaoh-erand. will .show them, that their' efforts, are being appreciat ed by those holding, the reins of governip u. B ' TONSOKIAL WORK CALL ON H. H. PHERIQO. STANTON 1 . COLLEGE, KY. ' jS.T&NT&N', Admitted Student CLEANING AND" at Any Time PRESSING. J J J S Saved Girl's Life "I want to fell you what wonderful benefit Black-Draugh- t," I ; am ready to Pressing do your Clean Good One of the "Best Schools in Kentucky. -' Ing and work Bloom have re- - J celyed from the use of thedford's writes Airs. Sylvanla Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky. J "It certainly has no equal for la grippe, bad colds, j uver anu stomacii troubles. I firmly bejicve J saved my little girl's life. When she had the .measles, J they went In, on her,, but one good dose of thedford's made.thenj. break out, and she lias had no J ' 1 "'' more trouble. I shall never be without' ' I guaranteed and charges able. Orders left with will receive prompt reason- Courses in Agriculture and Domestic ' Science. Revicy Qajscs in the Common. Branches will , be Conduded f- j J. throughout :" attention. the Terrri. JAMES WILLIAMS. Black-Draug- ht By paying part of their Expenses in Work, Students may 'get Kates at the Dormitory as low as $1.5o per Week. For Information Write' to j Bjatk-rDraugl- it THEDFORD'S mma DRINIi mn l mi Rev. J. C. Hartley, President, Stanton, Ky. , , r-"; DLACK DRAUGMl For constipation, indigestion, headache, dizziness, malaria, chills and fever, biliousness; and alt similar ailments, Thedford's has proved Itself a safe, Black-Draught In my home." ami u p. nmninr mmu u Mexico' reliable, gentle and valuable remedy. If you suffer from any of these complaints, "try Black- -, Draught. It Is a medicine of known merit Seventy-fiv- e years of splendid success proves its value. Good for young and old, For sale everywhere. Price 25 c.en(s. Real Estate and Insurance. We JJuy nud SeJI Farm iind City Properly ut nil kind. .We liftre.soino nice fprraa in ClaVk upd ndjdlnlng counties for sale or (rent, Write us abut yon wnnt. Wc write all kinds of Insurance. TRACY AND Office, Main Capital. " 1 r ' ST0KELY.' Ky. Street Winchester, Standing, toward (tie routhfm extremity of tbo Rica( plateau :bf Ana huac, renoalng in a beautiful vallo) full of natural resources and rich with historic lore, l the City of'Mxico. Ol singular and varied tnterlait is tbli capital of the republip wt)oaq name It bears, for Its geographical .situation and historical associations-arsuch at assign it a leading' place among the great centers of Spanish American civ lllzatlon. ' -- . . fVlyet for'Cltfanlna. 1t-l- , cleaiie'r'far bfass, and for pollshlnj a better than rUamols. It quickly removea the dust from, wood wort and-I- f Used to rub the stove after it hn been blacked will produce" hifk polish. Thero is nolhliiK better to! dust a folt hat. Bilk "dresses and other silk articles should always be dusted with It. for Ifclearts perfectly without cuttlne or olherwlau Injuring the silk. . A smai( niece or. velvet' Is a fine r raiuiiLnLrafi KNOWLTON Hum on Dec. 13, to tho wife of SHERIFF'S SALE T$y Lexlnaiun Herald Mull Ut Oa a Strictly Cava OmsIh v When in Winchester come to tny u for shoe repairing of all kinds while you wait. Send shoes by parcel post any time nnd re- first-clas- s ceive prompt attention and good wor. I uso only the bet material and my prices aro right. 1 have an shoe repairing factory. Chas. Balmut 19 N. Main St. Winchester, Ky. from the Clork'a Office of the clerk of Powell Circuit Court, in favor of E. C. Baker ic Co. T. J. Ponder and G. P. CannJii on Saturday njjrht tho 21th Dai, I, or ono of my Deputies, uiul Bt:. GeoUriscii lillud bis will, on Monday thu Urd.duy of appointment on Sunday. Jannary 1010, between the hours Rayrnond and Elbert of 10 o'clock A M. and 4 o'clock Master P.M.., at tho Court House door Co)c are visitihjr their rnnd-pa- r in Stanton, Powell County, Kenents, Mr. nnd Mrs. T G. 0ilo. tucky, expose to PUBLIC SALE, Icmming Ildwcll and fninily, to tho highest bidder, tho followam visitinj: Mr. and Mrs. Sam ing property (or so much thereof Hrandenborj:. is may be necessary to satisfy Colds Need Attention. Tho oil fi ld from Cow Creek. Plaintiffs debt, ineerest, and International throat and chest Estill county, to Xena, or Hojrer!1 costs), to wit : taotibles produce inflaniation, Chapel, is briugin; ninny new A certain store house nnd Jot ni a veiling or sorcnos and men to the Furnace and Knowlton Bowcn, Ky. Beginning at a stone tinles.-- cheeked at once, are likely Strangers are coming and want.-iu- cornerat Albert Kwens shop, on I ti, Willie I'olfrcy, ti piiirof ruin uirl babies, Nellu and UoJIn. Born o ho wlfo of Vernon Kirkputrick, a fino bnv. Hro. IIibl)s fiile'l to be at Mt. virtuo of Execution No. 210 directed to rae which issued Thu I.pjitigten Herald hos atitmutir-e- d Itn tt!unl first of January offer of .WpKid iu adnnce iiihi'1 niihscriptioii rate. This Is open to old and now alike nnd menus n saving of bc least $UjO pen year. Tho Herald lin pi ii coil lit on a purely cii-- Ii in Imr-land dlcontiiiHn on tin first and tiflcenth of each month nil subscribers no, paid up to or in of those dates. It has, there fore, notified all of those uhnxr m.t -seriptionx expire during the iirst pail of Jnmmry of their exnet date of ex piration snd nuked for an early remit-tnnc- c so that, its subscriber may not miiis a bitigle copy of the piipcr. sub-eci'lb- cr j g Meat Market We are now conducting a FRESH MEAT MARKET in connection with our store, and we ask you to try our Home-Kille- to lease for' oil and gas. Knowlton is about the center of the proposed Oil licit, and the closest oil well is about three miles distanton Jceso McKin-ney'place. The next well will be drilled near here. s tho side of tho County road leading from Bowen to Cat Creek, thence 55$ E 7. 55 poles to a set stone, thence N. 81 E. 4.48 poles to Kail road right of way, and a set stone, thence N. 35 J W. 7.55 poles to 6et stono, thence leaving S. U4$ There is a lot of sickness around said right of way, thence 4,451 poles to set stone the beW. Knowlton at 'his writing. to lead to serious trouble. in tltm Dr Bell's Pi Caught Tho boys that have been in the Tobacco District, all came in for d Proaucts Christinas. Willie Powell moved ono day last week, to lilack Creek, near Walter Townseid's place. Several bids from this place have been sent in, for carrying the mail from Patsy to Stanton. A complete line of fresh meats, including Beef, Pork, Sausage, etc., will be carried at all times, and you can buy in any quan- An experienced butcher and meat cutter will be in charge. tity. Your Patronage Solicited Dav Lbr. & Coal Co, G. HACKWORTII, Mgr, PSSSSkMl fesr SsTOsS PV 04 fAiigrei vitA ir The economy e the best range Ut) ttCt: tr(T7 "alo Xtmt tt4-bakraltelHlU.ddttaUiecxccalT0coit(lAOit't-The tatt will proJccu lie I u t ksuIM It U mot ecvncaictl. Tb Mafcttla tta aro lV.or, resclf: tocscr 3 Sfe hsattog IsdUtrlbaUyl evenly ovi ? til ,zr.i ol IM OTta. ukI U te&ccteC obtn U.e bttku; t!i9 I l tt acbcttoa Uulnr. taking aWr.c cvv.V.y MUwot tarotojr. euro Ltttss cfc-al both food sad tutU cinaot ttcmre becce tin ovoi l Tti hsatMrriretedsjrfrenuIreaBocuUr. uu.t Icm url I needed Mil rtUio). taklsjc KiuperMorc. lu UtUera ereo m vtUik4i futUs Uectle ecoufcjr. g caughs nnd coldc. We consider them common nnd harmless ailments. However statistics toll us every third person dies of lung Dangerous Bronchial and Lmm doscwes follow a neglected body struggle cold. As your against cold terms, no better aid ecu be had than Dr. King's New Discovery. In merit has bean POWELL CIRCUIT tested by old and young. In tifre Angelina Walters Ac, Plaiutiffs over 43 yearn. Get a bottle VERSUS Avoid tho risk o serious Bettie Burgher ifcc, Defendants Lung Ailment. Druggist?. Notice of 6ale in equity By virtuo of a judgment and order of sale of the Powell Circuit OFFICERS ELECTED Court, rendered at theNovembei Term, 1015, thereof in the above At the regular meeting of Stan ton Lodge No. 852, F. fc A. M., cause, Jthe undersigned will on the held in their hall Monday, Dec. Urd day of January, 1010, at 1 o'clock P M., or thereabout, (he 27, for the purpose of electing of ind Court Day.) I will ns lioers, the following were elected procoed to offer for for the ensuing year: sale at Public Auction to the A. J. Martin, W. M., L. V. highest bidder, on a credit of six Martin, S. W., Lewis Stephen?, .1. W., J. M. Williams, Sec, Jesse For Good Bartering Try Crowe, Treai., June Rogers, S. D Clifton Chanoy, J. D., Harlow A. P. Johnson ai'-rao- nt. to-ba- Elmo Cole bought three line turkeys from David Patrick, of cent, per annum from day of sale and having the force ana effect of Furnace, at a private oriee. a replevin ootid. WITNESS my hand, this 18th Caught A ad Cplds A Me Dangrroiu. bay of Dec. 1015. Few of ue realize tho danger of II. T. Derickson Sheriff, P. C. loosens the phlegm and destrys the gentib which have settled in the throat or nose. It is coot hi tig and healing. Pine is untiseptie; houey is soothing both together poeesses excelent medicinal qualities for fighting cold germs It Dr. Dell' ginning, containing III square siston 25c all druggists. poles. Sale v ill be made to sat isfy the sum of $250.00 debt and Blank deeds for sale at The $8 55 costs and $15.00 costs of advertising, and from execution Times office, 5 cents each. costs No. 831 levied on as Mie prop erty of T. S. Ponder and G. P. months, at the Court lit use door, Day. Stanton' Ky , the propertp men Terms : SjIo will be made on a tinned in the judgment to wit: credit of bis months, bond with A tract of land situated on ttp approved security required, bearper waters of Red River in Powell ing interest at the rate of six Pine-Tr-Uo'ie- -- County, Ky., beginning at tho ford at Walters Ferry, thenen with the road leading from said ford to Spout Springs, to a stono on Phillips Hill ; thence a st raighr line eastward to a pine tree marked in u Hollow ; thence a straight, line to a black gum tree on the Advertising in The Times vrl top of Red River bank, thence a straight line to the mouth of said pay you. If you don't believe Hollow branch; thence from tho let us convince you by a trial. mouht of said Hollow branch where it enters Red River; with COMMISSIONER'S SALE Red River, to the beginn ug containing about 117 acres, or sufficient thereof to produce 8 , COUKT so ordered to be made. y. r, Tho purchaser will be required to give bond, with approved security, for the payment of tho purchasemonoy, to have thoforc 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 lieu will be retained on tho land sold till the purchase money is paid. Bond payable to Commissioner ROMULUS JACKSON. Master Commissioner Powell C. C. POWELL & JACKSON Norton, Tyler. ttsf. tun V:e UrkBth h liB'V r! rrmlleaMn Iron tot Iroa lor ruMtUnr I. rtorUj rjxl a comfclnMiorj (nit cut tp4lr tiila anij iiUUfatci lone ?rle. Freptrinr I xJ, ulilt v'wli, sod Icm latl txl fewer 1 ' puni.OTcr a I n tttriod ol rears. i triple ir.a&m Uio iistie extr rou piy ':com I r Mejratig icl.ty and scrrtas return tig la the old stand, next to the Red with LOCAL Al'l'LtCATIONS, as they Shampooing and Scalp Treatment cannot reach the seat of the illsome, Catarrh is a blood or constitutional disease, and in order to cure it you must D. H. MATHERLY take Internal remedies. Hall's Catarrh Kentucky Clay City, Cnru Is taken internally, and 'acts die. rectly upon the blood and mucous MONUMENTS "and MARKERS Hall's Gstarrh Cure is not a quick medicine. It was prescribed by Estimates Cheerfully Given en ono of the best physicians in this counLarge or Small Stones. try for years and Is a regular prescripIs composed of tho best tonics tion. It known, combined with the best blood THE WINCHESTER BANK, purifiers, acting directly ou the mucous of Winchester, Ky. surfaces. The perfect combination of the two ingredients Is what produces $100,000 Capital Stock such wonderful results In curing rat. Surplus and Undivided nrrh. Send for Insthnnnials, frf e. $200,000 Profits VO , Props., Toledo, P. J. CHEN'KY mir-fac- tKr Catarrh Cannot Be Cured River Hotel. .n rnciT Improvements 5e UtjertSftlal'or ol tooktni: ux eJt toUui Its ;bkn Uie J 1 Writers of all Kinds of hire, Life, Tornado, Llflhloirtj and Hall Insurance.. We are also agents for the Illinois Surety Company and are prepared to do a rjeneral Bonding business. , POWELL & JACKSON Sara W. Powell Winchester Llnvllle Jackson Kentucky Office In Court House. insfct-Uf- liiat l.r v, woiCv. n MKtUu i'.yn "trollo. TvKI M'abtM exsmtaatlou ol till yon csnru I'll 1 rn'ir num. Vou oust. U ttio lJcitlc (Ann tttiil I mi FOR SALE BY Clay &ty Cull ut our store real man MajesticiJvanUgei. f rivilrpe of itmlllir the ttiA demon-- r TREES. MWFB Sold by Fruit and Ornamental tree?, As- Shrubs, Grapo Vines, Rhubarb, paragus, Peonies, Phlox, Hoses, etc. KVEltY TniNG KQlt ORCHARD, LAWN AND GA11DEN. XO AGENTS Eaton & McGuinc (. Kentucky f ..le llalj'a Family Sold by Druggists, price 7Cc. I'ills'for X. Holly "Withci'spoon, W. R. Sphar President. Caskier. rOUR ACCOUNT SOLICITED. FKEH CATALOGS H. F. Hillezuneyer & fotut. Loxington, Ky. COMMISSIONER'S SALE POWELL lit) t tie Ilnrdwick circuit court. fce. 11 ; i n 11 10CAI ll'f, VKRSUS Soutliey Lacy &c, Defendants. Js'otice (if Sale in Equity By virtue of a judgement and order of sale of the Powell Cir cuit Court, rendered at the Nov (,'tnber term tliercof, in tuc above ouuse, the undersigned will on thp 3rd day of January, 1910, at 1 o'clock p. in., or thereabout, (being Court Day), as Commis sioner, proceed to oiler for sale t Public Auction to the highest bidder, on a credit of six months, at the Court House door, Stan ton, KyM the property mention cd in the judgement, to wit : Situated on Morris Creek, Powell county, Ky , and bound ed and described as follows: Be ginning ut a point on the county roud running up Morris creek in tho lines of the defendant, Liz tin Stepheus, thence with a west ern course to tho north-wes- t cor ner of said Lizzie Stephen's laud, thence a North direction with tho Leonard Hall land to the Junds of Wm. Neal, thence Eastward with the lands of Thomas Ceuter6 to tho; top of Morris creek monntuin, a Southern direction with the Hue of Ilarlo Swan go, continuing in a South-urdirection with the lands of Lizzie Martin to tho lino of Jes-aiSwango, thence with line a Northern direction to Holly Creek, thence with a West course with said creek to the county road, a Southern direction to tha point of beginning, containing .'WO acres, more or less; also the described land portion of said boundary of laud beginning. at the North-wes- t corner of Lizzie Stephen's land at the county road, thence north with said road to Tlios. Couter,8 line so as to Jessie Swango's yard and garden, thence with Center's line west to Wm Neal's hue, thence with Leonard Hall's lino to Lizzie Stephen's line, thence to the beginning, so as to exclude one half interest m tho oil well to n e ex-elu- wm t f i T - ' T V - v -- : 4 D. H. Mntherlylwas in Rich mond last Friday,'ou business. J. O Easter, of Jackson, spent the holidays with relatives here Butch McOlure came up from Lexington for Christmas, and visited friends in Mcchanicsville. Dale White, of Travelers Rest, spent Christmas here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. White Wilson ilammons, of Lexing ton, was home for Christmas, and to attend his sister's wedding. Mrs. John Webb, of Oldtown, Ky., is visiting her daughter, Mrs. D. II. Matherly. Mrs. SylviaJRussslI, of St. Hel-enis spending'a few days with Mrs. Jennie Russell, and other relatives here. Mr. 0. A. Hiizelrigg will leave Saturday for Beattyville, where the Day Lumber Co., mill will start up again. O. J. Davis, of Berea, ivas among the holiday visitors here, and paid a pleasant visit to the Times office. t T t f . . 4 4 T 4 I - T 1? t T X X X Y .... - T T ft.- t 3 V I X X I X X X X i H V -- VVi' 7 ' YlUll'S (UlEJCTlMi Dr. and Mrs. O. LI. Gage are 5 spending a few days in Lexing. ton, where Dr. Gage is undergo-ing treatment for a severe case of lagrippe. Dr. II. C. Nunnely, of Win chester, was a business visitor here a few days ago. Dr. Nunn eny nas a couple ot coal mines up the road, and will probably ship most of his output to the Pearsite Company here. Arthur Flinchem, employed at . It u.e nroauneaa-uarre- t null,; aim Miss Clay Martin were married T 1 1 . J f I f J M Christmas Day by Rev. D. H Matherly. WAR VPON PAIS! I Henry Stephens, containing 125 acres, more or less, or sufficient thereof to produce $005.50, so or dored to bo made. The purchaser will be required to give bond, with approved 60 canty, for the payment of tho purchaso money, to have tho force and effect of a replevin bond, bearing legal interest from tho day of sale, according to law. Bidders will bo prepared to comply with these terms. A lien will be retained on the land 6old till all the purchaso money is paid. Bond payable to Commissioner. KOMULUS JACKSON, Master Commissioner Powell C .C. l'mri Is a visitor to evpov nine and usually it comes quite une: pectedly. But you are brepared for every omurgenoy if you keed a small bottlo of Sloan's Liniment handy. It is the greatest pain Simply killer ever discovered. the skin no rubbing re laid on quiredit drives the pain away X It is really wonderful. X Merrin H. Soister, Berkeley, Cal X writes: "Lust Saturday, utter tramprng around the Panama Ex position with wet feet' X came X home with my neck so stiff that I X could'r. turn. I applied Sloans X Liniment freely and went to bed X To my surprint-- , next morning the X siifTness had almo6t disappeared, X for hours after the second ap I x plication I was L'ond as new." Match, 1915. At Druggists 25o X X t t t f t T take tlu'.s niatliad of extending to eaeh an d all of our custom em and friends ou r Heart 'test 'and Best ll'istes for the Xcir Year. We thank you faryour.aid in making lOlij one of the heat years in our business history, and assure you that by our efforts during 10 1 (J to supply your wants, with the eon rt'esy a n d square dealing that h aslbeen our motto in the past, ire irili try to merit your eon tinned patronage. 1M U 1) It 1CK COMPANY, Stanton, Ky. I j 43! f f f ' rv; M ' t t T T t J t t t t t t t t -- X x X X T T y x X X f f T STANTON. (Continued from First Page) iels, Mrs, Martha Derthick, a nd1 Old Papers for Sale at The in fact there is hardly a home in Times Office. Stanton but what some .member Greeted Hia Old Friends. of the fauuls is sick with it. In A youne actor obtained permission some homes they are all down from the celebrated satirist Plron to with it. There seems to be an read to him a tragedy which was ou epidemic of it in many part x of the ere of being brought ovt. At.erery rerae that was plllojcd Plron took on tho state and country. hlg hat and bowed, and so frequently had be occasion to do tbls that the author, surprised, asked what be meant. "Oh." replied Plron, "It Is only a habit I hare got of saluting aiy old acquaintances." Anna, Mr. Bettie Johnson, Mrs. Margaret Vance, Mrs. Jackson, and Katie, Misses Lillic, Maude THORNHILL WAGONS ARE SOLD BY Clay City Eaton & McGuire Kentucky and Mabel Boone, Mrs. Mary Faulkner, Mr. J. Ewens, Mrs. A. '. Stewart, Jailer Martin and his Thay Alwayi Do, 6on Virgil, (Jcorgo Derlcksou, anyone think your son haa Jr., Prof. Neal Ransom, Mrs. t "Does future?" "Yei; the lire Suiuraaee Murion Strange, Miss Alice Dan joajpanlei." Life.