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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): January 27, 1916 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1916 cla1916012701_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.): January 27, 1916 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1916 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. .'JUL. 0. . aw 'nit- - 1 llll Editor GL AY CITY TIMES We M.P.O'MARA, are Here to Help Clay City, the I urroundlng Country and Ourselves. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. VOL. XXI, CLAY CITY, KY., THUllpAY JANUARY M 27, 1916 NO. 4 Good Price For Weed Nephew of W. T. M rs, M lttoiC orehead Sam Groomp pipe fitter employed at thVPearsite Works, suffered u,sei$c injury to his right eye Tuesday morning . While examrniug a valve, he hnd occasion ,f$t;t underneath tising on the horizontal bar at it and look upland a lot of scaldMessrs. Fred Blackburn, 11. C. the gymnasium this week. Aning water drqpjjed intd the eye. Hall und Dr. Lemming attended drew McCormick also fell and Dr. Irvrti, the family physician of.- - Hogs painful, but court at Winchester Monday. . Buys Car bruised his face severely. attending, weighed him aiid he Tlie injury it is not thought, that the, sight pulled the bean! to fo'urteen and Richard Crowe left Friday for A. T. Stewart received a telewill bs ii'npairie.uV" f pounds. Kimberlin Height?, Tenn.. to re- - gram Monday calling him to the D. H. Daniel bought a enf of "Biggest thing to its ago ever sume his studies at the Bible hogs n the county this week, bedside of his brother, Senator in this country!"- 'exclaimed the College there. Old Resident 111 ab'juSOO head heing delivered James E. Stewart, who was very sThe price .paid Doctor.. here Tuesday. Mrs. T. C. Fuller and son, of ill at his home there, and who ange, one the Lexing-ton- , Jim Btrry "Certainly has; pdt mo to lot was 0 cents. und Mrs.' Vic Fuller, died Tuesday. Senator Stewart of watchful waiting" said ;the best known fanhers in the neigh- of Hazard, visited the family of was elected last fall anil was in borhood of Ytymhns Mill, is re- - E. H. Fuller during dad.d(f. last week. attendance at the first day's ses- Good Attendance Then they promptly named the ported to be serijUisly i)l. Sever- . when lutook firtjr73,.-hii!ifHenry Morris, is quite ill With tlie oatn 01 oilice and was given strikim'n Mr. . an indefinite leave of absence on Tlie great Interest being taken Strange on he lieud, and Jiehas pneumonia. Mr. Morris is just account of his health. Senator Eagle not recovered from. the effects- of able to b"e out after a long illness. "Mac" in the Sunday School at the Stewart was a prominent Baptist Christian church rs ve'ry gratifyitle injury as fasti as his friends Rev. Mr. McClure, who is atJ. W. Mcintosh, tlie efficient, would lik?. It is likely that he tending Kentucky Wesleyan Col- preacher. ng; to. tho leaders..-- Last Sunday them was n total attendance of bridge inspector for tliis division will be taken to Lexington with lege at Winchester, preached at of theL. ifiN"., is now the pas' in a few days to undergo a thor Rosslyn Sunday.. 150, th.o largest on record. Body Found B. F. Jtincaid's and. stssor of a handsome bfg engle.: ough examination of his skull t!lasevMr. Mrs. Anna Blackburn, who is Mr. keeping Miss Duckworth's, tied for ,.ligh The bird was shot in the wing by for a possible ' fradt lire. house for her son, The body 'of Joe B. Bruner, honors, w itli 117 members in each. a farniar Jiving near Maloney, Strange is sixty-llvyears of age and. her sister,. Minnie Con-le- who fell oil' a small boat and was and uftcrward captured. It and this, makes, his condition at Berea College, was home drowned in an Arkansas river, measured a trilhuover ffoni huiro serious than it would he over Sunday. EPVORTH LEAGUE. tip to tip, und is a splendid several weeks ngo,was found this with a youiigpr man. filled his, regular week about a hundred miles from a great Prof. Ilanley The bird attracted The Sunday, Jan. !J0. while passing appointment at; JTada Sunday and the Rcene of the accident. . deal of 'attention Taking Special Coiirsc. P.rof. Richie preached a splendid remains will bo shipped to WinLeader, S. T..Carr; Subject, "The through a few days ago. Missionaries ;'' sermon at the Presbyterian church chester for burial. Great Foreign Mr. Bruner was well .known in Mr. N- V. Uosft was hotne,over here. Scripture lesson, dir. Votes For Women Clay City, having been, in busiSunday from Loxingt.01 Song 181 Silent prayer, closing where Missda Lillie Bone, Gladys ness here for some he is taking a special course iii timo, and he with the Lord's Prayer in Next Friday night, Feb. I. tho Agriculture Welch and NoraWest have gone was also Town Marshal for four at State University. Unfoldirg Life, Thomas school. Literary societies will Virgil is to Richmond to attend State Norone of our most Mount.-.- ; A New Power in- the years. It was well known hero have an interesting debate, the They expect to secure mal. World. Mrs J.P. Rnigo; Song, subject being, "Resolved, that dnto young fanners and lus suc that he could not swim although cess in lauding prizes for corn State certificates. Miss. Kate Daniel; Hooted and he often took great chances in Women Should be Allowed to growing has been due to hard Ground in Lovr; W. T. Mull u ire; Vote." Those taking part Mirlin Knox, who fell out of a in tho work und the water. On one occasion ho perseverance' in addi tree some days ago and- sprained Permanent Fruit, Mrs. E. D. debute, are hunting up all availwas rescued from drowning In Cooperation in Prayer able information and the discus- tion to a study of tho conditions his foot very badly, is able to be Coulee; neccessary to produce yood crops. around again with the aid of a tho river hero by Judge W. T. sion promises to be a good one. S V. Larison. Poweil'coutity would soon be one cane. Adams. of tho foremost in the Stttto if we had a few more enterprising young men liko ATirgil., " M ser-ious- ly The Winchester Sun, in itf report of the sales there tins week, Judge W. T. Adams returned hud the following item concern Tuesday from Madison county, ing the .tobneca. crop ofone of where he had been nt the our furniers.: of his nephew,- J. It. Lung "Col. John Mizc, of PoweJl county, ley. Mr. Langley, who had been who brought down a crop of tobucco, ill with tuberculosis for the past was Greatly surprised tOTC.ceive an over 13 cents. He knew that two years, died Sunday afternoon c'raapof lie hud a fair crop but it proved linn Ilo was widely related in Mad. thai Powell county land cun produce ieqii, Clark and Powell counties, Home lino light leaf tobacco, the kind having been born near the mouth that commands the highest price now, He ml he said ho would urge the fanners of lied River 45 years ago. n ofliis section to plant more tobacco recently returned to his birththis year on land that was heretofore place from Aehville, N. C, where thought would not produce the weed.' he had gone ror treatment. Mr. Maze iB one of the best farmers in Powell counjfv and lists a A Young Democrat Hood piece of land on Hiir'dwieks Creek, where, in addition to the Born. Jan., 25th. to tho wife of regular farm wops, he raises (Jreenbcrry Puckett, a fine, big and gofden seal. boy. bedside gen-seng Adams Dies. Mrs. Bertha forehead died last. Saturday at horjionio near Pilot View, after a nihil illness with pneumonia." SljowaB the KiVatts, of Clark county, and a grlifid daughter of Benjamin Hull, 2 Stanton. Besides her husband she is.survived by three small children. Tho remains were inrred Sunday in the family burytng ground. datigli-terofMrs.- Eye Sbalded Mrs. Florence Oldham was in Clay City the first of the week. She has moved from the Atkinson property to the rooms over D R. Olark left Sunday for a the post office. business trip to Quicksand. Mr. Stnrdivant, of Slade, was Lennie Crowe, our depot agent badly cut in the face last Saturwas ill with the grip Sunday and day night by Floyd Bryant, one unable to attend his duties. of the men indicted last summer Win, Scott was stricken with in connection with the killing of paralyais Friday, but is some bet- Munro Patton at Natural Bridge. ter now, John Dunn stopped ofF here a Milt Lvkins moved his family few days ago to look after some last week to Quicksand, where oil interests. Stanton appears to he is in tlie goods business. be in the centre of tho oil secBen Creed arrived home from tion, and some wells will probabWisconsin last week after work- ly bo sunk near here soon. ing there for several months. Tom Knox, son of Dr. and Mrs. Miss Margaret Mansfield is Lawrence Knox, of Nada, fell ill with grip und threaten and broke his arm while praced with pneumonia. STANTON. (By P. 0. Dcrthick.) y one-hal- - - -- lias Big ... et UvP-Ssntit- 1 X Z; -- w' - - . .,To Col-so- n e, e spec-imtM- i. -22: - con-or- t; up-to- - Are You Hungry? When you are hungry and want a satisfying meal the best place to go to is . a Leasing For Oil " "" - The Home RestaurantI ;Goocf, Home Cooked Meals and Quick Service. Lunches and Short Orders. Mr. Joseph Mount, of Hard wicks Creek, was in towji .Wednesday closing a tloul fur a lease of his laud foe. oil und gas drilling. said that the two. wells on tlie Jesse MeKinney place are paying Mr. McKiunuy 850 a day. Mr. Mruntz expouts drilling to coiiiiuence nit lug place in about a, month. It-is Start Right. Begin the New Year by coming to our store to get your needs supplied. Our stock is Fresh and Good, And our Prices are Right. AlMse At School A. Pv Johnson, - Prop. City, Ky, - SMiss Jessie Sfiillard has openedi huhiusio'stitilio .at this city schooli j nun lias put Hi a imiiusouiu now: taaiio. The' instniiiiont will be died by the Liternry Booieties at jjjtheir mcotiugi. I 1 1 Henry Waldron waltersviLle, KENTUCKY 1 4 t. THE TIMES.ir"'5 Tor flood Havering. Try Last. A. P. Johnson In the old stand, next to the Red River Jtotel. THE WIN0HES1ER BANK, of Winchester, Ky. Capital Stock . Surplus and Undivided Profits . CLEANING I AND PRESSING? ' am ready to do your Clear,, Gottl work and charges reason- - $100,000 $200,000 - ing and Pressing guaranteed able. A Democratic Newspaper Eighteen Years Old The Best Weekly In this Section. She Knows why Multimillionaires Offer to Divide Fortunes. Shampooing and J3ca!p Treatment To bo a sufferer from nervous POWELL dyspepsia for tan yours, nnd to all the tortures, mental mid , Writers of all Kinds of Fire, Life M. P. O'Mara Editor bear physical, that this all too Tnrnado, Lightning, and HaiUlnsur- ailment brings, and then to ance.. We are also agents for the Entered as second-clas- s mail mat- find relief almost over night, Illinois Surety Company and arc pre tho Post Office at Clay City, like having a happy dream come ter at pared to do a general Bonding bus! Ivy., under tho Act of Congress of true. But this was the delightful ex ness. March 3, 1879. POWELL & JACKSON tierieuce of Mrs. Margaret Hun New ter of 40 Eighteenth street, Sam W. Powell Llnville Jackson A HOME-MAD- E PAPER. port, Ky. Mrs. Hunter, the wife Office in Court House. and highly sue Winchester of a Kentucky estate dealer jn the cessful real THURSDAY, JAN. 27, 1?1G Kentucky city, recently told of the long hoped for cliuuge in her TREES. Among the many dills before life. Fruit trees and Ornamental the Legislature nt the present "For ten years," explained session, there is, as usual, a Mrs. Hunter, "I h:ve suffered Shrubs, Qrnpc Vines, Hlmlnirb, As number of "freak" ones, whose from nervous dyspepsia. When paragus, Peonies, Phlox, Hoses, etc. sponsers should have better sense I read of the offers of multi-mil- l KVEHT THING FOR ORCHARD. than to present for the consider- - iouaires to divide their fortunes LAWN AND OARDEN. tiou of a body of men whose time if thov might be cured of this paid for by the State for the terribly distressful malady, I felt NO AGENTS is PR KB CATALOGS purpose of passing legislation that in this way they most olo H. F. BUlenmeyer & Sons. that will be of benefit to the cit quently told of their sufferings, Lexington, Ky. izens. But there always was, and and I felt, too, that 1 would nev probably always will be, men er be cured, because I Una no sent to represent their districts millions to offer. whose only idea is to get their For fine Watch and Clock "I used all maunerof remedies Even' the strict names to the front as the fram- - without avail. REPAIRING ere of a bill of some kind, and est dieting did not help me ma they have not the necessary com terially. Food in any form was or any work in my line, I will inon sense to pee the needs of absolutely repellant at most be glad to haveyou call on me their constituents, nor yet to list times. But worst of all, of course en attentively to the discussltfll was tho conStHnrndrVe strain.- S." V. LARISON of bills introduced by others, and had all the symptoms that dys on which they could cast u vote. pepsia causes headaches, backClay Gty, Kentucky aches, u nd pains in the kidney A bill to be presented to the regions, nausea, dizziness, 6leep Legislature calling for the chang lessue8s, bud taste in my mouth, ing of the judicial district com a coated tongue, forming ot gas prising Breathitt, Wolfe, Estill in my'8tomach and bloating, and WHEN YOU WANT and Leo counties into two dis I was in a generally A SHAVE OR HAIR CUT tricts, is meotinu with a lot of and thoroughly nervous condition opposition. The idea is to make OR ANY "And then came th joyful and Wolfe iuto a new surprise. Breathitt After tho liret tew TONSORIAL WORK district, and Lee, Estill and Pow- doses of Tanlac I was .benefited. CALL ON ell into another. It is under Now I urn back to a normal constood that Democrats are making dition, nerves quieted, restful H. H. PHiaiao. a light for the change, while Re- sleep, and my food digesting as publicans, who recently elected it should, and, of course, lam Judge J. P. Adams and Common- gaining strength daily. wealth's Attorney Kelly Hash, "My husband, who has seen are striving against, any change the splendid effect of Tanlac on by which they would lose these me, has also taken it." men. The reason advanced for Tanlac, that inspired this in "r0B" "MAM WET" the change is the overcrowded tensely interesting story, big in docket, particularly in Breathitt inmortauco to men and women where about 1,200 cases have been everywhere, now is being intro TRACY A STOKELY held over from previous courts duced in Clay City by Eaton & by The change would not materially McUuire, and in Stanton affect this county, as there Hard wick & Go. where it is be Real Estate and Insurance. comparatively little business in ing fully explained daily. Wo Buy and Self Farm and City the courts here, but we would be Property ot all kinda. We have some WILDCATS IN PERRY sorry to lose the services of Judge nice farms b Clark and adjoining! Shackelford, who will, we believe Squire John Jent and his sons, counties for sale or rent. Write us be an oxcellent Judge. of Currs Fork, Perry couuty, re what you want. All over the country the boot centlv went coon Hunting and We write all kinds of Insurance. legger is gotting it hot. In almost their dogs treod two animals in u TRACY AND STOKELY. every county they are being giv small scraggy tree. After shoot Office, Main Street, Winchester, Ky. en line and jail sentences as fust ing them both Mr. Jeut was ur (is they are caught, and in Win prised to find that they wore both Chester wo notice that tho Cliie wildcats. It is very uuusual to of Police and Oity Attorney are And two wildcats in one tree, and having warrants issued for perju it is a lone time siuce any were ry when a man gets on tho stand found in Perry county. in his own defence and perjures well-known Holly Witherspoon, President.W.'H. Sphar Cashier YOUR ACCOUNT SOL.1CITHI) Orders left With J. Bloom will rcceit e prompt attention. JAMES WILLIAMS. HUSBAND RESCUED DESPAIRING WIFE After Foar Years el Discouraging Hdsbaad I had gotten so weak I could not stand, CeaakiMU, Mrs. Bollock Gave Up ui Despair. and I gave up in despair. At last, my husband got me a bottle ol Cardui, the woman's tonic, and menced taking it. I com- Cum to Rescae. From the very first dose, I could tell it was helping me. I can now walk two miles without its Catron, Ky. In an Interesting, letter tiring me, and am doing all my work." If you are all run down from womanly from this 'place, Mrs. Bettie Bullock as follows : "I suffered for four troubles, don't give up in despair. Try writes years, with womanly troubles, and during Cardui, the woman's tonic. It has 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 an. At times, I would have severe pains surely help you, too. Your druggist has sold Cardui for years. He knows what ta my left side. The doctor was called in, and his treat- it wDl do. Ask him. He will recomment relieved me for a while, but 1 was mend it Begin taking Cardui today. Write to: Lilf soon confined to my bed again. After Aivttory Dept.. OatUfKMC Mildn Co., Bptcmt Clulunooc. Tcnn., for iHitnicfltmt-mbook, ttan vourt.tc .nJ64-oi- r that, nothing seemed to do me any good, treatment (or Wooed," tent In Ula wrippv. 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. run-dow- n ARE YOU? 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 SAVINGS ACCOUNT? It should have been your first lesson. Clay City National Bank Pays 3 per cent compound in terest on SAVINGS STANTON Student Admitted COLLEGE, KY. STANTON, at The Any Time PresTbyterian One of the Best Schools in Kentucky. Courses In Agriculture and Domestic Science. Review CIimm in the Common Brand will Jbe Concluded throughout toothing, antiseptic, raises phlegm and reduces infla matiou. The first dose gives re lief, continued treatment with proper care will avoid serious ill- The editor of the Jackson Times nesa or a long cold. Don't delay Don't let your child is advertising a cash register for treBtment. aule. Who ever heard of a coun-tr- suffer. Get a bottle In. newspaper that needed a cash slat ou Dr. Bill's Piue-Ta- r Honey register, anyway? 2 6o at Druggists. y (o-da- y. himself by denying receipt of any shipment. Then to cap it all, bill is before the House to make bootlegging u felony, a second offence being punishable by a term iu the penitentiary This would be a good law and if enforced should act as a deterent on those engaged in tho business, re Curt Children's Colds. Church What It Is And Keep ctuia ary, ciotne com fortable, avoid exposure and give Dr Rell'd Pine It is Tar-Ilone- y. pleasant, What It Teaches Single Copies Fifty Copies Five Coats One Dollar By paying part of their Expenses in Work, Students may get Kates at the Dormitory as low as $.5o per Week. .. .4. V ' Per Sale Bf Tm Aatiwr For Information Write, to L. F. Martin GUy City, Rev, J. C. Hanley, President, Stanton, Ky. Ky. it aavis . VIRDEN Stan-- . J. 11. MdDanie) wont to ton on busiueps Friday. Ballard Bogioy nttendod Win chvster court Monday. f I T Misses Llllio and Mary Wnro (Jeorge E. McUuiro sold some of liis oil Jonees to a now compa- wore shopping in Olay City Mon ny, and two men nro hero lank day ing after their interests. HARD WICK & COMPANY Semi-Annu- al S. Combs has moved into the Asa Bowen nnd Will Led ford house recently vacated by. Clint have boon in Menefeo enmity Combs- taking nif lenses. Mrs. W. II. Smitson returned two milch homo Saturday after u visit of Jerry Brewer sold cowa to Aus Palmer price not several days with her daughter, Mrs. J. fi. Wnllis, nt Lexington. known. Clearance Sale. al r ? ? T '- - i .1 A flno girl baby was born Jan. 11 to the wife of H. D. Sharp, of Georgetown. Mrs. Sharp was Misses Bessio Smyth, Mila formerly Mrs. Sudio Curtis, of Knox, On pi tola Stewart and Mr. this place. Howard Roberts, of Nada, called on the Misses Oongleton, Sunday VAUGHN'S MILL. afternoon. Stephen Brewer sold axow to David Land saw for Now is the time and this is the place to save money on your purchases. Our semi-annuclearance sale is now on. We have many real genuine bargains for you. ; .1"' Mrs. Wm. Wndkins went, to Thn Nelson sale last Saturday & Uampton to receive medical aid was woll attended for such a dis- - &. nndto hnvo a growth removed agreeable day, and most everyfrom her head, thing sold well. One Jersey cow brought $72.50, one 8 The clerk in Day's store nnd cow Jelf Bryant had serious trouble yaar-ol-cow, $31, and calf, $41, one one yearling steer, dry aV'0jJipton Junction, Saturday. 820, one g year old mare 1114, TVe results were a wonnd in the buggy and harness $17. Coru face for the clerk and n face bad brought $8.15 n barrel. ly beaten-ufor Bryant. i r Fall and Winter goods must go, and have out the prices on many things to an extent that it will pay you to buy even should you not need them till next Fall and Winter. Our. d ? T the" lines on which Below is a have made the greatest cuts: list-'of 4b. p - r ,.:.r. j S ill the. good citizens of Powell county will petition our , representative, Hon. E. B. McGlone, to take his stand (irmly against whisky; nnd to votp against the murder juice every And I think time it comes up if all Kentucky could havo witnessed what this community did last Saturday between Dundee and Nadu, and could know what whisky will cause married men, nldjnen, young men and even young boys children, you might say; to do. It would surely "awaken them to their duty. From wlmt Constable Ashley is doing, 'some of them will bo ashamed before next grand jury. We Mr. Ashley on his stand every good citizen is buck and "ing him. And would to God nil uiirollioers would do theirduty. A few staunch men standing firm would soon rid our community of sue j disgrace. I We hope line mare urday from unknown causes. joe Clark lost i Sat- f f T T T & Mrs. John Burton and Mrs. Edna Davis spent Friday) with Mrs. Chas. Neison. t ' You who appreciate bargains, listen, for have o on Queen Quality cut the price half-in-tw- r ' J. W. Strange is still'very ill. I "VP" I patent leather shoes for wbmen, Walk-Ove- r patent leather shoes for men and on all-oth- Mrs. Albert Crowe has Veen ill JL IL, with the crip. Mrs. Lloyd Tfdd is slowly im-- l proving after a severe attack of the grippe, and Mrs. Mattio Todd r is also improving t George Duiiaway wasin ington a few days last week. Asa Todd so d a nice bnnuh of brands of patent leather shoes for women, '' misses and boys. Also on a lot of womens, vo-v misses and boys gun metal and tan shoes, 1 1 -- T mens, misses and boys rubbers overshoes, boys long pant suits, boys and childrens underwear in two piece suits, mens and boys negligee shirts. cattje shoats last week at ($ cents. Mrs. Mandu Burnett spent a few days last week With Mrs. C. Gravett. CALLOWAY'S CREEK. Mr. and Mrs. Hood Wise were called to eee the latter's brother, The best lubrication I It will pay you to look through our t T T bargain corner up stairs. Are also making large cuts on a lot of dry goods, mens and boys leggins, mens, womens and boys sweaters, mens and boys hats, dress caps and work caps, mens two piece suits of Wrights Health underwear, womens neckwear, wool and cotton dress goods, " T without carton M I I VrTuTiF ApCTffrtoilforeltherair-cooWo- VISe WU f. nlh rnr you for O.Jr Um rc.M, first nurrhnn pcraianrn'-.torar- edn"e!..fIlilvl of Ka one iiLl one M rtecl bnrrrl . vuntarnii.. r rcnnBrl- Mi!efrom finertwt"a3w"li yzy Art.thln.hl2hflret.'ttoilhlhNJtsX fr from carbon. On jour nL l.rl tct f .mCm, c, lruaiM.'a .il. r--i CHAS. C. ,Jr!&Wf?ftfl'K''ii f Lli Auto OHwlM fllf. Ith fanc t, fine to um ly Prlro cf ol I In ire bib., 45c STOIX OIL CO. "Fntllin.". ,..tf.l U,.U rr ill. !! tirfiltf.r ti. r--i r- -- r--i t--i i I -f -i ri IJUUUUUMUUUUUUUULJ J till Jri r i r i r i r i r i r i r i tir--i r--i r--i r--i r--i t--i t--t r--i r- -i UUIIUIU1ZI1 -i r-- ill t t t t r r f t t t f f mens corduroy w pants and work suits, boys over coats. Hardwick & Co STANTON' KENTUCKY ft' t s When in Winchester come to my shop for of all kinds while you wait. shoe repairing Send shoes- - by parcel post any tlmo nnd re. I use work. ceivo prompt attention only the bet material nnd my prices are right. lirst-clasmid-goo- Vernon Tipton, of Pitts, who is guests of Miss l.uhi Nolai.d very low. Bun-da- Liven up Yor Totpld Lher. I have an shoe repairing factory. V Chas. Balm ut ip N. Main St. Winchester,- - Ky, To keep your liver active use Mw. J. S. Tuttle, who huabeen Dr. Kind's New Life lills. They InrUnn djed at his Mr. Dave home near Kimbrelt'last Thurs-da- siok for several weeke, is slowly insure good digestion, relieve constipation, and tone up the and was buried at Kimbroll improving. whole system--ke- ep your eye ohapel cemetery. I'leus Witt, of Ford, is visiting clear and your skin fresh and .frfl. Barildi: Shep1ierd( sold a his sister, Mrs. Thomas Crouch. healthy lookiiiK. Only 25c at .bunch of hogs to Klliott & Kico your Druggist. at-cents. .v Potato to Rtmove Stain. ,t The juice at rav potatoea will reMjtster,- Sophia move Btaloa from the, tiandi Ktnt Uo Blank deeds for. sale, at The Misses Lkii Times office! 5 cents each. Beaton au Uiisjwl' C'ii1 wcr0 from woolen fabrics. y Sheriffs Sale For Taxes. Ah Smothers Heirs. 3 ac. ndj. F P Adams 2.83 Stamper, H L, one lot in How en, 9.46 Snouden, Wm Heirs, 'JI5 nc. ndj. Pole Sullivan, M Todd, 4.75 V O Martin, r, Taylor, Arch, GO nc. adj. Marlon fc'rn-zic- J, ,00 acres adj A 112 ' Allen Daniel Has Peculiar Accident A dislocated 18-ye- 8.27 Taylor, Joe and son, 2O0 ae. adji Pierce Reynolds, 9.58 . Tracy, FP, three lots in Clay City, . 4.47 Taylor, S A. 100 gher, 0.08 ac. adj. B S Bur- Sheriff of Powell county , I will on 8.74 Monday, Feb. 7tli, 1010, between the Wade, Wm, Boundnry, adj. Grape hours of 10 n.tn. nnd I p.m., sell to tlio Knob, 3.04 highest bidder for cash, tho following Stanton Precinct. described property, or so much thereof Magisterial District, No 3 hs may be neeessnry to satisfy taxes ilno thereon for the year 1915. Sale to Abncr, Matt, 18 nc. ndj. Marlon cover penalty, Interest and costs. Strange, 5.91 Anderson, .George, 15 ac. adj. Bill Virdcn Precinct. Lamb, 5.44 Magisterial District, No. 1. Blount, Laura, one lot in Stanton Kranham, Jas Boundary ndi. Will 4.15 Conner Heirs, n. r. .Boundary, ndj. Wrrght, $2.50 Margaret Kirk, 4.58 Curtis.Ed 230 hc. adj. Nancy Mastin Dunaway, Armintn, Boundnry, adj. $15.89 Overman, Sarah, 50 ao. ndj. Ct. W. Ev- - W T Curtis, 3.79 Enstin. D H, Boundary, adj. W G orman, $3 eu Rads, V J, 25 ac. adj. Charles Pat ton, brazier, 0.08 Forkncr, Lloyd, one lot in Stanton, Vofrg, Mrs. Kate, Bonndary, Brush Hnnks, Van, one acre, ndj. Cora Creek, $3.79 Guy, Robert, 30 no. adj. T G. Morc- - Uamboe, C.40 Holder, Charles. Boundary, ndj, innu, $3. Howard, Mrs Marian, 26 ac. adj. Ike Mary Randall, 4.90 Hampton, Mrs Joe, 20 nc. sdj. Sam Harnett, $5.79 Hart, Dr.M. C, n. r. 00 ac. adj. James uranuenburg, 2.Z4 Lane, James W, 70 uc.ndj. A T i , ... f ouuiuupe, ?i.oo McCormick, G W, n. r. 150 ac. adj. I N Kirk, 10.24 Lcdford, Andy, n. r. two lots in Kerry, $6.08 Mastin, Billy, 170 ac. adj. Milt Potts, Stanton, 2.49 Mclintosh, Win, Boundary, adj. $4.82 Pace, Lon; 109 ac. adj. D O Morelicad, Jesse fiwango, 5.70 12.40 Mcintosh, A J, 40 ac. adj. Frank Stanhope, James, 200 ac. udj. T J Cur- Urowe, 4.70 tis, $8.75 Miller. Anticline. 2 nc. adj. G B Stewart, Charles, 5 nc. adj. Nelson uauaeii, vxi Lowory, $3.79 ProfBtt, Mahaley, Boundary, adj. Todd, John, n. r. 30 ac. adj. Marion titration Kmcaid, 2.24 Curtis, 3.C9 Itinco. Nancv. n. r. 200 ne. ndj. Jesse Swango. 7.Q0 tlardwicks Creek Precinct. Randall, Laura, 40 nc. ndi. James Magisterial District N. 1 Foster, 8.04 Rogers, Ancil, SO'ac. adj. John Ballard, Lucy, 40 ac. adj. Henry Tip- Anes, 3.41 ton, 2.11 Tharn, Andrew, Boundary, ndj. Geo Curtis, B F, 146 ac. adj. Charley Hntton, D.20 ' Welch, 9.79 Curtis, Thomas, 97 ac. adj. Lina CurNorth Fork Precinct. tis, 11.54 Magisterial District No. 4. Curtis, Lina and Leroy, 30 ac. adj. Thomas Curtis, 2.94 Big Woods Lumber Co.,800 ac. Jackson, W L, 365 ac. adj. G W Clark, adj. Henry Skidmore, 10.75 11.79 0.15 Vivian, J II, 818 uc. ndj. Marth Parkor, 9.45 Walters, Boss, 300 nc. adj. Dave Crowe shoulder 'is what Allen Daniel, the old son of O. C. Daniel, got for trying to stone a 'possum out of a tree About three weeks ago. Together with some other boys,- Alleu went 'possum hunting, and .after treeing one, they decided to stono it out.. After throwing otn'e or twice,. Allen noticed that his arm WitH.hurting, but paid no Handall Hanks, 'fr.79 further attention to it, and it. Woodward, Billie, boundary, udj was not until several days of sel4 K Meadows, 5 GO vere pain made him seek medical Rogers Chapel Precinct. aid, that he discovered that the Magisterial District No. 5 arm had been dislocated. Amburgy, MnrvE, 00 acres, Townsend, George's heirs, boun (lary, adj. lienry Daniel, 2 m TowtiRend, Hen, boundary adj. O C Lane, 7.80 Townsend, Sarah L, boundary, adj. Daniel Townsend, .1.08 Townsend, Billie, boundary, adj. N S McDonald, 5.q9 White, J B,J,4Q0 ac. adj. Win Bow.eu fc Mailt Hudson, 81,85 West, Sirs Belle, 140 acres adj. - 10CAI mm A. T. Whitt spout Sunday and Monday in Lexington. Charles R. Russell was iu Lexington on business last week. Mr. Mitt Behmngficld of Bow-ewas a visitor here Saturday. A. M. I jowe, of Rosslyn, n was a business visitor here Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. wf Nada, 0. F. Tomlinson, adj. T A Hall, 8 33 Ohatman, Will, 50 ac. adj. PrewittGipsou,.5.97 Kelly, Katheiine, Boundary, Plum Hutsou, Charley, 100 ac. adj. Creek, 2.90 Floyd Helton, 5.32 Lyle, L C, IK ac. adj. Morgan McKin-ne8.05 Feifrey, J H. 115 ac. adj. B6b Kincado, Jas, 60 ac. adj. 8 G Baker, y, Moore, Lillic, 8.09 50 ac, adj. John Mize, King, 7.21 ance due, 8.84 Wm McOlure, 2.81 Clay City Precinct. Fitzpatrick. J II, one acre, Magisterial District No. 2 adj. Eli Spenoer, 5.29 Means, Cleveland, two acres, Baker, Mrs Martha, 120 nc. adj. George Miller, 3.79 adj. Ky. Union Co, 4.51 Coughrite, Wm, 80 ac. adj. George MullCufi, James, 50 ac. adj. H Miller, 5.69 O Baker, L91 Diehc, Carrie, 27 ac. adj. Joe Taylor, Townsend, Wm, sr. 200 acres 2.03 Flinchum, Nannie, Boundary, adj. D adj, James Mays, 7.S1 G Flinchum, 2.24 Birch, Abe, Boundary, adj. Miller, George, 1C0 ac. adj. Green Lutier James, 0.45 Wllloughby, 8.93 Moreiield, Hadie, 2 lots in Clay City, South Fork Precinct. 5.b3 Magisterial District No. 5. Moss. E II, 400 ac. adj. J II Neal, 10.65. Centers, Emnuual, 50 acres, Potts Heirs, half acre adj. Powell Val- adj. Elijah Meadows, 4.91 ley church, 2.20 Puyne, Amanda, .1 lot in Clay City, rrazier, Levi, 8 ac. & Bounda3.61 ry, adj. W J Hunks, 7.29 - Pitts, Charley. 200 ac. adj. Russell, Noah, 60 ac. adj Dock Barnes, John,Srmth, 7 21 7.97 Chutman, II R, Boundary, adj Ware, G S, 83 uc. adj. D It Hall, bal- Per Rheumatism. As soon as an uttuuk of Rheumatism begins apply Sloan's Don't waste time and suffer unnecessary agony. A few drops of Sloan's Liniment on the uiTected parts is nil you nool. The pain goes at onco. A gratefnl sufferer writes: I was suffering for three weeks with Ohronio Khcumatism nnd Stiff nock, although I tried many ined. ioines, they failed, and I wns un der the care of a doctor. Fortunately I heard of Sloan's Liniment and ufter using it three or four days am up and well, I am employed at the biggest department store lu S. F. whero they emuloy from tlx to eight hundred hands nnd they Eiirely will hear nil about Sloan' Liniment. II., 15, Smith, Sun Francisco, Cal. Jiin. 101") At all Druggists. Lin-eiiHjnt Howell, Lewis, jr. 40acrsadj. Thomas Howell, 6.27 J J Reed, 0.83 Howell, Thomas, 80 acres adj. James Howell, 5.08 Uatton, Bill, Boundary, adj. Weed Uatton, 5.00 Uatton Richard, Boundary & 50 a3. adj. J F Martin, 0.44 James, Luther, 40 acres adj. WFBrisco, 5.09 Knox, Carl, Boundary, adj. Randall Hanks, 5.69 Meadows, Elisha, 50 acres adj. Melvin Morton, 4.01 , Ilattonw Willie, jr. Boundary, adj. Wm Townsend, 4.81 Uatton, L G, Boundary, adj. Marsh, Iva, 11. r. 44 acres adj. Emmett Forkncr, 4. 08 Meadows, E K, 200 acres adj. O O Lane, 10.25 Mayfleld, Wesloy, Boundary, adj,,I)auiel Townsend, 4 52 Friiftitt, John, 40 acre3 adj, George' Rogers, Sullivan, Thomas, Bowen, 7.01 4-7- one lot iu The ofliuiul board of the Christian church has selected Rev. Cleo Purvis, of Lexington, as their next pastor, to succeed Uev. D. n. Matherly, who resigned'' a short time ago to accept a call, to Richmond. Mr. Purvis has preached hero a couple of times, and was very favorably received. He is n very enqoWtic young man, and very, en'tlu'siastic oyer his work. Rcgnlur services' will, be held acres adj Roberts, J n, here 'on the 2nd ntid 4th .Sundays Mr. and Mrs W. T McGnire, Dave Roberts, qA Rogers, W. jr, 5 acres ndj J B in each month. spent a few days early "in the Rogers, 5.07 week with relatives at St. Helens Sparks, Wm, CO acres adj Nick "and Jackson. Ringo-Woole- ry Rogers, fl.44 Judge L. F. Mann, of Townsend, Melvin, 85 acres Miss Ethel ilmgo, daughter of preach here at the Meth. ndj Joe Mullius, 5.q9 Mr. and Mrs. Sam P. Ringo, and odist, church, morning and night, COLORED LIST. W:illtm Wikdery, an employee on the 5th Sunday in this month. Verdln Precinct. ' of the Pearbite Co-- , Vero mar Eld. L F. Martin filled his reg Magisterial District No. 1. ried Thursday night at. the home alarrippnihtment last Sunday at . Burgher, Fred, lo acres adj of the bride, Rev. D. H. Math-url- Phori8 Hill, Clark county, whero olliciutifig. J M Keunon, 5.97 he'su'eceeded Eld. D. II. Matherly Charleston, Marv, 2 acres adj Fred Burgher, 1.88 The telephone gang which hap Miasea Adeline and Josephine Crawford, Squire, 80 acres adj Ha.elrigg entertained a number been working on the railroad Jeff Evermau, 11.40 telephone system for tho pUftt" Cooper, Georuo, 850 acres adj of their friends to a candy party two weeks, moved up to Stanton one night this week. Eune French, 9.49 Monday. Fox, Alex, 100acre8 adj ThomWALTERS as Chuney, 8.23 Mr. Killus Esfps of Hardwieks Glover, Ned, one half acre adj Wm. Walters, who has been Creek, passed thrnuch town rme Ann VVilliams, 4.01 critically ill for sotne,i weeks at day this 'week on his wav home Gay, Barney, one acre ndj the homo of A Rucker, died from a v'Ml to friends and relaOris Tipton, 4.91 Thursday. The funeral will be tives in Monteomorv-co- . Gatewood, John one half. acre held Saturday at Powell Yalley adj W S Gay, 4.80 Our esteemed old friend Uncle church. Hall, Hermon, g5 acres ndj E Genrza Orahtree, of tho Rncers R Reynolds, 4.91 Chapel npigh1orhood. was reportHampton, B F 100 acres adj FOR SALE. ed verv sick last wpek, hut we T G Moreland, (4q Fine home at Pilot View with learn that hols much bettor- Holly, John, 20 acres adj Alall conveniences. Price $8,000. bert Easter, 1.82 For further particulars apply to " SALESMAN .WANTED, To Jackson, Bottie, 5 acres adj T. S. Christopher, It. R, c, Win- look after onr. interest in Powell Tom Chaney, 2.2c Miller, Smith, 80 acres adj R chester, or phono 21 j, Pilot-Vie- and adjacent cotintiec' .Salary AddresR THE or Oom;nif8lnnJ1 Exchange. CHall, 074 HARVEY OIL' CO.,' Cleveland. ndj BarTipton, Cris, 4 ucres ney Gay, 5.81 Ohio. R. P. Rose Buys II. T. DER1CKSON, Clark County Farm J.eonnrd Mntherlv, . who hn Shcriff'of Powell County. been visiting his brother, D. If. Mr. R. P. Rose, who recently Matherly, for a few dnv?, left Atkinson Acquitted sold his property here to Judge Tuesdav for Bowling Gren, Luther Loving hus purchased the where ho will take a cnurso in a Marini) A'kinuop. who was 7A acre farm of R. E. Fox, on business college. tried for the of Clay Con-le- e Paris pike in Clark county. The The usual crowd from here atlwro last Hallowe'en, was ac placo is about a milo from Win. sales fit tended tho cnurt-daquitted in Lexington last Friday, cheater, and is a splendid piece Winchester Monday, but. very after an hour's deliberation by pf property. The deal was made trading wns done. Both the the jury. The jjusa excited, a great through T. C. Henry, a real estate little cattle nnd tnplo markets were deal of interest, and a largo num agent, and tho price paid wns dull, and few sales were made. ber from here attended trial. $4,500 cash. Mr. Rose will take Mr. Davfd Landsuw. of Gray's possession in ji short time. Branch, who has been engaged Sam Mcintosh, of Plutt&burg, for several years .skiddinc Iocs Mo,, who has been visiting his in that'Sfctinn for the Brodhead-Garr- ett Albert Crowe, As I intend t return te farm brother iu.iaw, people, was hnro Satur ing I am etTertHg far s!$ mf mr- - arid family, of Vaughns Mill, for day qn business connoted with wveral weeks,, returned to home his work. ciundMe dummss, wxh a Mck f a few days ago, $2,560, at Sfwi S?mi, (twr mites Wo understand that Messrs,. A Leap Year party was given Jno Clark and Sam Oarr ha ve sohj from Clay City. SfUnjfcl Ucatwn, by Jesse Lee Duncan, their ptock of goods at. VauglHljg Boat ottce in cwmodWn, and an last Friday tho occasion being his birthday. MH to Mr. Oscar J)auiel, who xcaMent buaincss. Tww ts swt A largo crowd of the young folks wjll move same to Ware's o'ltl tHtrchasars. wtre present mid "it Very' enjoy-abl- e stand on Little Creeki Mr. lliCu LETCHER BYRD, time was snout ip dancing, Crahtree, of this place,- - assistejl games and music. SPOUT SPRING, KY. at in the mvoic ng. . 50- acres adj Weed Townsend, 4.91 Fugate, Gabe, boundary udj Preston Johnson, Howell, L G', 30 acres adj Thomas Howell, 5.08 Hall, II H, 50 acres adj T B Rogers, 4.91 Oaks, Troy, 36 acres adj Geo. Mulhus, 5.97 Proilltt, J N, 40 acres adj Geo. Woodward, 5.fjfl Powell, Austin, 20 acres adj nybird Powell, 4.77 Rogers, O F, 80 acres, adj 'J A Rogers, 5.79 Edwards, Ike, New Pastor For Christian 'Church spent Sunday with relatives here. J. M. Daniel, of Winchester, spent Sunday with his sister Miss Kate Daniel. Wiley Coulter and Mrs. Oallie Curtis were tnarrtoi last week by Squire Welch. Eld. L. F. Martin, will preach at the Christian church Stanton Sunday, Jan. 80th. Mrs, T. G White and Miss Ethel Johnson were shopping iu Lexington Friday. Mrs'. L. P. Keith returned to her home at Lcxingttm Saturday, after a visit with her parents here Elkuta-wa;(wi- ll y kitj: y io ' FOR SAJLE. "