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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): February 3, 1916 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1916 cla1916020301_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.): February 3, 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. Burgher JE X .j .& TFfE CI. AT 'fell TY TIMES. M.P.O'MARA, Edker VOL. Wo are Here to Help Clay City, the Surrounding Country and Ourselves. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. xxr. Billy" Better is "consider--abl- y CLAY CITY, KY., THURSDAY FEBRUA11Y 3, 1910. SO. 5 u Uncle Sixteen, Or Seven? New , Pastor of Christian Chnrch thlfc-Oflici- Last Week we noticed a load of Four being confined ties coming into town. botter, after several days with mules were attached to a wagon to the.house for with a load of SEVEN ties, and, a severe attack of asthma. from their appearance, they had had a hard time getting in. Preaching on Sunday A day or two afterward wo werq. in Winchester; und we. Bro. Mitchell, of Winchester, noticed a small pair of. mules will preach Saturday night and bringing id a load of SIXTEEN at the two services Sunday at the ties. Methodist church. Ail are Now, Mr. farmer; can't you see, how a good piku would help invited to attend. you?. Mr. W. H. Eaton cor-diallv Rev. (Jieo PiJrvIs. of Loxincton. Board of selected by as their pas the Christian church tor fur the coming year, is an energetic- - and' educated young man who give promise nf ably fillins: the place vacated by Rev. D. H MatherlV, who recently re- -- .. Loses Good Cow John 0 Eaton had the nu'sfort une to l"fe a enod cow last Saturday. The niimal not down in a diteh and remained there all night in the water with the that sh had to he destroyed. . Oil Business dooming. Estill county has for several months past, been haviuir a very pronounced il boom, and indi re-su- lr cations now are that Powell is in for her share of t ie good lims. Several good wells have been located in this county anil many A more are hein-- pnipcted. great deal of the machinery used in Estill .'has been hmuirht into the HardwickN Ureek neighborall the land in hood, what is known as the oil belt has Purvis Rev. been leased by various companies We hope for drilling purposes signed amr accepted a call to the "gushers" soou. Second church it Richmond. to hear of three Mr. Purvis has spent-abou- t y. ara in evangelistic work in tho Colts self Well ar.r.Ti: UtIU ..XwTrT ir?.,T.:..i. f. 1VCBI, III VVIIIUII lie OUUIII very successful; and also spent Topher Daniel had a sale of his stock Saturday, preparatory one year as pastor of a church in His educa to going to 'IVjcus, where he has Fayette City, Penn good position. One tion was, secured ar Johnson Bible secured a Heigh s, Kim erlin cow ami calf gold toO. 0. Dan- Oollege, colt to Ten n., Potter Bible College, iel for SCO 00, Tom Pet tit for SJJ5 50, a two year B twling Green, Ky., Christian old colt to'Mr. Walters for 849,50 College, Sabinal, Texas, Nashto D 11. Dan. ville Bible College, Nashville, and a J.year-olfenu., anil Transylvania Unilei for $55 00. versity, Lexington, Ky. Mr. Purvis i'b very enthusiastic over his work here, and ho will en Oyster Supper deavor to keep the membership The Ladies Aid of the Method- growing and also to keep up the ist church will have ii supper at interest in tho various church Mrs. Russell's sample room on societies. He plans to spend two Oysters and weeks of each month iu Olay City Friday, Feb. 11 ice cream will be served. and the services will be held on the regular Sundays, the second II. G. Orabtree was in Stanton and fourth of each month. We extend to Bro. Purvis a on business Wednesday. very hearty welcoma to Clay The members of tho Town City, and bespeak for him a good Board will hold their regnlar attendance at the services and monthly meeting Friday night. the aid and cooperation of nil, Rev. L. F. Martin preached particularly tho members of his i aud-nearly Dispute Settled A dispute, involving a Rinall piece or land at Walter8vitlet.b. tween Lewia MaBtin and J. B. Hammons, was settled by arbitration lart Saturday; rhose.act.. in leiiiir Ohas Anderson, H. B. FdulRnei and J S. Ewen. . marriage to Miss Hose Cold iron. Mi?-- " Cold iron Is one of the most charming (By P. O. Derthick.) and beautiful young ladies of Hazel Gretn, and was a teacher in Haze! Mrs. Mary Faulkner is able to be out Green Academy up to the time of her about the house, after her severe spell marriage. Tiiey came to Stanton Monday where they will live In the home, of sickness. of Hobt. Dlackburn, which thoy have Kill Scott Is able to be around and to rented. We wish wo had some more get down to the store after his stroke young men who could go to Hazel of paralysis. Green and claim as charming brides as Mr. Conlee and A. T. Stewart did. Tho Misses Breeze, who are attendThe fenco around the cemetery ha ing our college, were visited by their been so bad that the cows of the town mother tin's past week. arc breaking in almost every dny, so Uussel Morris, who has been dangerwe nre going to take what money we ously sick with pneumonia for many have on hand and buy a good strong days, is some better now. woven-wir- e fenee hog, cattle and AI Mansfield lins recovered chicken proof and fence the south and argil ret It is greatly needed, and from her illness und is back at her cast sides. must be done if the cows are to be work in school again. kept out. Any one wishing to donate Mr. Griffin, of Cleveland, Ohio, was any fence posts for this work will visiting his friend Itev. .1. C. Hanley, please bring then in. We will need at this past week. Mr. Hanley went with least a hundred good posts to do the him far as Lexington on Ins return. work with. So, if you do not have any There are a number of new students money to contribute, we will bo very-glaat this term of school, whose names to have the posts. The sooner und addresses we will try to get. There they are brought iu the sooner we ill bo aide to set them. must be at least fifteen or twenty. When the tune Wm. 'iardwiek visited his daughter, comes we will eall on some of the ni n Mrs. lien Jewell, ut Jackson over Sun- of the town for help in putting up ine day They have u beautiful house to fence, and we hope there w.ll be m y live in, and Anna is a line cook and willing to give of iheir K'rvices. The writer was in their housekeeper. hme Sunday. STANTON. ceo Morgan County Mr. W. S.. . -- Potts, one of the young business men of West Liberty, was hero a few days lust week, visiting friends and relatives, paying the Times office a very pleasant visit. Mr. Potts was accompanied by his wife, who was a .Morgan county girl. There were throe new arrivals in our midst last Friday when Mr and Mrs. Leroy Evermau and Miss NetKoss Hull welcomed a baby boy ; Mr. and Mrs. Marion strange, a baby girl, tie Berry, both of Argylle, were and a little clmp at Jos. Dcrickson's. married at Stanton Wednesday, Dr. Johnson looked after all three. the ceremony being perform, d The literary exercises at the college by Itev. Wm. Kirk, pastor of ihe laki Friday niglii were greatly appre- Methedistcluire.h. Both of the Otraccouiit young people are welf known ciated by those pr'egenr. in of the very stormy weather, not many the lower end of the county. of the town people were able to attend. These literary programs are very instructive, and we trust that the people Groundhog Day of town and country around will take advantage of them whenever weather permits. Wednesday was groundhog Day .V very sad death occurred last Friday when the wife of Jesse Derickcon, of the Mt. Canaan neighborhood, died Hejr death was very very suddenly. unexpected, as lier husband was working in Terry county when it took place. Had she lived, she would have given birth to three babies. On the day of her death 'there was born to the wife of her son, James Derickson, a baby, and it and its mother are doing well. Married At Stanton d Sunday School Class Entertained Mrs. Win. 0. Martin entertian-eher Sunday School class of 20 young ladies at her home WednesIt being Leap Year, day night. oach member of the class was expected to bring a partner, and the result was a very merry d but if the furrv little animal who is said to control the weather for the next six weeks, ventured to stick liiH head out of his hole, be was surely unable to find a shadow, und so we may .expect that spring will be with us shortly. A. P. Johnson Sick Mr. A. P. Johnson was taken suddenly ill about. 12 o'clock Wednesday night with an attack of stomach trouble and only the prompt action iif the family physician, Dr Martin, saved his life. Thursday morning his condition was greatly improved, but he will bo confined to tho bouse for gathering. Judge Mann Preaches Rev. L. F. Mann, formerly pas. tor of the Methodist church here, but now of Elkatawa, preached here Sunday, and the church was crowded to the doors by those to hear him. Judge Manu is an excellont speaker, and ho always receives a good welcome here. Mrs. Mann uccompaniod him and wai warmly grooted by her ninny friends hero. The writer was in Jackson oyer Sunday, where he arranged for the 13th District Convention of the Christian Church to be held at that place from the 2nd to tho ltli of June. I'rogram will be announced later. Tho counties comprising this District- are Powell, Wolfe, Lee, Estill and Iireathitt. Hobt. Conleo, ono of Stanton's finest young men and a very prominent farmer of this county, left Saturduy for Hazel Green where he was united in - a few days. Sunday at the Christian church, A good crowd turned Stanton. out to both services. Lloyd Todd, of Spout Spring, was in Stanton Thursday on busi ness, and called at The Times of fice on his way homo and renew ed his subscription. Mr. Cola Roberts and wife, of Lexington, were tho pleueant Illinois Man Here guests of Mr. J. u. Rogers and Claude Buruos, son of Mr. A. family Saturday night. Mr. Rob. O. Bamos, returned to his homo erts has been away from here at Weldon, Illinois, aftev a weok's omo twenty years. visit hero. Mr. Barnes has doue James. Hendricks, who went to vory well in the eighteen years hrtB spent in that State, and Muldletowo, Ohio, several weeks ho speaks very highly of it as a good ngo and secured work there, is Ho is employ farming centre, but like nil nth-e- r doing vory well. KeutuokifltiB, he occasionally cd in a largo roller mill and ha6 pines for a glimpse of boyhood worked himself up to an import scenes, audiwhou tho call gets an t und lucrative position. "Jim y' was always a hustler who too insistent, lie nukes a Hying anywhere. could Lnnike-'gtrip houi. o church. Buying Hogs D. R. Daniel, our hustling drover, has been trying to clean up all the hogs in' tho country lately, und has shipped several carloads. He gathered up a car this week, paying G cents for them, and shipped them to Clark county to bo fed. Jeff Wright, of Hardwicka Creek, had twonty head, averaging 132 pounds and Jell McKinnoy, another up to date farmer from that section, had 15 head. If our county had more good farmers like theeo men. and more drovers like Mr. Daniel, who believes in keeping tho coin o( tho realm in circula- ion, we would be in better shape. Start I Right. 1 I Begin the New Year by coming; to our store to get your needs supplied. Our stock is Fresh and Good, I I I I 1 And our Prices are Right. ' I Henry Waldron VVALTERSVILLE, - - KENTUCKY I I 1 Trj&rnp ' r THE TIMES. Tanlac Romance Now Fully Told Its Launching and What Inspired It Is at Last Explained "Every 0 For flood Barbering Try 'X A.P.Johnson Jn the old THE WINCHESTER BANK, of Winchester, Ky. Capital Stock Surplus and Undivided Profits $100,000 $200,000 cleaning' I AND am ready to do your Clean Good f rejsih.7 jvork stand, next to the Red River Hotel. ing and Pressing. A Democratic Newspaper guaranteed able. and charffes reason- Eighteen Years Old The Best-Weekly Shampooing arKl'Sclp' Treatment few years someone suggests something that, will tend M. P O'Mara Editor to better our condition, whether it may pertain to our business, our knowledge, convenience, or Entered as 'second-clas- s mail mathealth, or our social state," dp ter at the Post 'Office at Clay City, clared L. T. Cooper recently. Ky., under' (ho Act of Congress of "It has been my pleasure to March 3, 1879. offer Tanlac to the world," he A HOME-MADE in this Section. N. llolly Withcrspoon, President. Cashier. W. It. Sphar YOUR ACCOUNT SOLICITED." Orders left with J. Bloom will receive prompt attention. JAMES WILLIAMS. POWELL & JACKSON months to the day after Tanlac paragus, Peonies, Phlox, Roses, up new ones. Mr. Blount was announced, one million THING JJOlt ORCHARD. has been assisting in the repair bottles had been sold, it can be' LAWN AND. GARDEN. work for several weeks. understood that when the story FREE CATALOGS BeldeuSenra of Highland Col- of Tanlac is called a romance of NO AGENTS H. F. Hillenmeyer & Sons. lege' stopped oh" on his way to the business world it is quite Lexington, Ky. Somerset, Ky. true. "Tanlac appeals particularly to Three new children were received into the Home during the the. best people everywhere people who are able to judge past week. For fine Watch and Gock carefully and to render a just Since our last report donations opinion of its merits. Upon the REPAIfflNG , have, been received from the folthousands of indorsements .of lowing: or any work irrpiy Hne, Iwill such men and women Teniae's C. J. Meger, 5.2". be glad'to haveyou call.an jne astonishing success has been bus. . Willis, L35. ed. .Great as is the demand for Wary Carper, $125. S. V. liRISON Tanlac now, I really feel that the Virginia Staples) $5.00. Mrs. Joy Allaworth, $5.0J. - a whoh-- , is only just, country, a.Clay City, Kentucky J. W. Shield Ncholasyille,J10.00. awakening to it, Mrs. S. E. Mnrkwcll, 'KansaVCify" "Tanluc, which is the .joint 4 Mo-- ; , Vnii Mrs. 8. N. Hughes. ItiehlanU, S. C. producr. of He'rr Joseph Quilt; Trimbach, the noted German Miss K. M. Schocne, Henderson, chemist and mysel is, I helieve, Clothing; WHEN YOU WANT Mrs. U. H. Williums, Newcastle, Pa. the most affective remedy known Cluthiiig; A SHAVE OR1 HAIR OUT for ailments of the stomach, liyt-- r Government St: Presbyterian Church and kidneys and for catarrhal af OR ANY Mubile,.Ahi ,$15.35. Mrs. Briidand, Mct'aleb, Mis. $11.00 fections of the mucous mem TONSORIAL WORK Miss Kobbins, i'.20.' bra ne. Sunday School of the Prcsbyteriun CALL ON "It it; compounded of mots, Church, Clay City, $12,75, herbs, barks mid flowers, inaiu H. H. PHERIGO. of which come from reunite pari xoa LICK. of the world, and it is free tiimi the mineral taint feared by mai y (Too late for last week.) DRINK Sam Gross is vhi hi at thifj persons. '1 have no dntibi that Tniihu writing. a ill be as Biirct'ssfiil in your cit Hubt. Enl'8 and ut were in is it lias been lit every other in Clay Uity on business Ia6t week. which i has been introduced." Several from this place attendTinl to may now be obtained ed i;ourt at Winchester Monday i lav Uii at Eaton & vMc TIUCY STOKELY inn .'-- r and in tirmitun m II irtl Miss Laura Willoughby ih vis tfc (Jn'n let it fully exitiiii Iriends at this place plained, adv Real Estate and Insurance. We Buy und Sel Farm and City Tims. Crowe and baby of Rabt"v Idea Com-- S Old. bit town 'spent Tuesday with Mrs Property of ull kinds. We haye some That a patent for a Boone. steam vessel had been issued as far nico farms in Clark und adjoining! Mrs. John' Grpm npent Satur back as 1803 recently was discovered oounties for sale or rent. Write us In tho French patent office. l day mid Sunday with family what you want. A. Vaughn this place. We write all kinds of Insurance. E.-F- continued. "I presented Tanlac Sam W.'Powcll Linville Jackson on its merits, knowing full well Office in Court House. that it would prove satisfactory Winchester Kentucky if properly tested. THURSDAY, FEU. ii, 1910 ''Conlident a? I was of the re. ception Tanlac .would receive, J confess I was hardly prepared for TREES. ' ORPHANS' HOME ITEMS. the wonderful popularity into Fruit and QrnHwcntal trees. which it nt once sprang. When W.e have been busy tearing Shrubs, Grape Vines, Rhubarb, Asit is considered that jusr nine c down the old building and PAPER. put-tin- Writers of all Kinds of Fire, Life, Tornado, Lightning and Hail Insurance.. We are alstTSgents for the Illinois Surety Company and are prepared to do a general" Bonding business. POWELL & JACKSON Saved Girl's Li "I want to tell you what, wonderful benefit I have re- ceived from the use of Thedford's writes Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky. "it certainly lias no equal for ,1a grippe,, bad eolds;. liver and stomach troubles. I firmly believe saved my little girl's life. When she had" the measles, they went in on her, but one good dose of Jliedford's made them break out, and she has had no ' more trouble. I shall never be without Black-Draught," J JJ J JJ Black-Draug- ht Black-Draug- ht J JJ 5 RLArK-npANfiH- T J gl S in my home." For constipation, indigestion, headache, dizzl- ness, malaria, chills and fever, biliousness, and all similar ailments, Thedford's has proved itself a safe, Jgj reliable, gentle and valuable remedy. m If you suffer from any of these complaints, try Black--J 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 cents. Black-Draught fj-e- J S S V TEN YEARS AGO What did you think you would be worth ..todaCy? i ' ; . DidiTF.have much ideadid-Vyou,,,,- , But you were sure yoii would be pretty well fixed financially. 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? v It should have been your first lesson' it Clay City National Bank Pays 3 per cent compound terest on SAVINGS in- ihi-wee- screw-propelle- d ot'-.- MVS. lil'i' Hn'tson hutr returne home after a short visit with he t mother near Winchester, TRACY AND STOKELY. Mothers use Office, Main Street, Winchester, Ky. STANTON Student Admitted COLLEGE, KY. Mrs. Mike Kaker of ueur Win Chester was thegueBt of her fath er Win. Burch, at. tlua-phice- STANTON, . Leonard Matllerly spent Mon' day night with his brother Rev D, II.' Matherlw, u Clay City, , Mr. and Mrs. Wiloughby'oi Red Bridge, were the gnests Mrs. Bet tie Boone at Log, Lck.. IFreyS The at Any Time Yermmige Asafo.old fashieaed reniedyTor warms. ScTcnly-fir- Presbyterian Church What It Is And One of the Best Schools in Kentucky. Courses in Agriculture and Domestic Science. Review Clastes in the Common Brandies will be Condudecj, throughout the Term. E.ekiel Brashear and siater-Saraand Muttie, will lenvb'Mon-daMrsGB-.4Kttrr h y a for StiTnrohto"h'tteiid college. children spVt;j,y(;$,day.. with hVr' flistcf, MraAIJwt Ends, in l'o,we'U,fio. n,nrl uta u (he bctt tettimonU yeri contku-o-- Ji PREY'S VERMIFUGE caa cSef you. , ri What It Teaches Single Copies Fifty Copies Five Cents One Dollar By paying part of their Expenses in. Work, Students may get Kates at the Dormitory as Jo w as $l.5o per Week. For Information Write to Thomas Adams and. wjfo arc. visiting Mr. aud.Mrs. II, B. t,r,ashears, thepnreuts of Mm. Adamc in Powell c tinty. twir gwtnl Oar. or fax 25c. bottl tt you druaut'i m if in tun you, Mod 'W ?i 25c uihwuJ ta' 1 Mod m tot duke For Sale Dy Tne Author L. F. Mkrtin- - 'E. tt S. FREY, BALTIMORE. MO. Clay, City,' .Ky,' SMt Rev. J C; Hanley, President; '"'Stanton, Ky. Sheriff's Sale For Taxes. As Sheriff of Powell county, I wilt on Monday, Feb. 7th, 1010, between the hours of 10 a.m. nnd 4 p.m.,. sell to the highest bidder for easji,. the following described property, or 80 much thereof as' may be necessary to satisfy taxes due thereon for the year 1016. Sale to cover penalty, interest and costt. Sinulhcrs Heirs. 2.85 3nc adj. FP Adams Snowdcn, Win Heirs, 2' nc. adj. Pete Todd, 4.7ft Taylor, Arch, 00 ac. adj. Marion Fra-zie- r, .27 Taylor. Joe and son, 200 ac. adj. Pierce Reynolds, 0.68 Tracy, FT, three lots in Clay City, 1.47 Prince Albert fits vour taste! Meets the fondest wishes of any man who likes to smoke because it has the right flavor and aroma and coolness. It's the most cheerful tobacco you ever did pack in a jimmy pipe or roll into aciga- rette. And it's so good you just feel you never can get enough. The pat-ent- ed fixes that Taylor, 8 A, 100 gher, ac. adj. B S Bur- 6.08 Vivian, J II, 818 ac, adj. Marth Parker, 0.45 Walters, Boss, 200 ac. adj. Dave Crowo 8.74 Wade, Wni", Knob, 3.04 Boundary, adj. Grapo Stanton Precinct. Magisterial District, No 3 Abncr, Matt, 18 ac adj. Marion Strange, 5.91 Anderson, George, 15 ac. adj. Bill Lamb, 5.44 Blount, Laura, ono lot in Stanton process Virata Precinct, Magisterial District, Jto. 1. Jlranham, Jas Boundary adj. Will 4.15 Conner Heirs, n. r. Boundary, adj. Wright, 2.60 Margaret Kirk, 4.66 Curtis, Ed 250 uc. adj. Nancy Mas-tiDunaway, Arminta, Boundary, adj. 15.80 W T Curtis, 11.70 Everman, Sarah, CO ac. adj. G. W. E8tin. D II, Boundary, adj. V G S 80 Frarier, 6 03 Eads, W J, 25 nc. adj. Charles Patton, Forkncr, Llojd, ono lot fn Stanton, 3.40 Fogg, Mrs. Kate, Bonndary, Brush 4.08 Hanks, Van, ono acre, adj. Cora Creek, 3.70 Oambm', C.48 More-lanGuy, Robert, 30 ac. adj. T. 6. Holder. Charles. Boundary, adj. 8.70 Hotard, Mrs Marian, 26 ac. adj. Ike Mary Kandall, i 00 20 nc. sdj. Ham Hampton, Mrs Joe, Bnrnett, 6.70 Brandenburg, 2.24 M C, n..r. 50ac. adj. James Uart, Dr. Lane, James W, 70 ac.adj. A T Stanhope, 4.60 Kirk, 10.24 McOonniek, G W, n. r. 150 ac. adj. I K Ledford, Andy, n. r. two lots in Berry, 8.08 2.40 Mastin, Biliy, 170 ac. adj. Milt Potts, Stanton, Mc I in tosh, Wni, Boundary, ndj 4.32 Pace, Lon, 109 ac. adj. D C Morchcad, Jesse Swango, 0.70 Mcintosh, A J, 40 ac. adj. Frank 12.40 Stanhope, James, 200 ac. adj. T J Cur-ti- s, Crnwe4.76 $8.75 Miller. Aneclinc, 2 ac. adj. G B Stewart, Charles, 5 ac. adj. Nelson Caudell, 2.24 Profiitt. Mahaley. Boundary, adj. Lowery, $3.7H Todd, John. n. r. .80 ac. adj. Marion St rat ton Kmeaid, 2.24 Hinso. Nancy, n. r. 200 ac. adj. Curtis, 3.C9 Jesse Swango, 7.60 Hardwicks Creek Precinct. Randall. Laura, 40 ac. adj. James Foster, 3.01 'Magisterial District N. 1 Rogers, Ancil, SO ac. adj. John Ballard, Lucy, 40 ac. adj. Ilenry Tip- Anes, 3.41 ton. 2.11 Tharp, Andrew, Boundary, adj. Geo Curtis, B F, 148 ac. adj. Charley Hattou, 9.20 Welch; 0.7 Curtis, Thomas, 07 ac adj. Lina CurNorth Fork Precinct. tis, 11.54 Magisterial District No. 4. Curtis. Lina and Lcroy, 80 ac. adj. .Thomas Curtis, 2.04 Big Woods Lumber Co. 300 ac." Jackson, W L, 865 ae. adj. O W Clark, adj Henry Skidinore, 10 75 n, d, rCSVwWSS V8isJ0VW VScNlAHlBNr fBNBISr cut a out bito and parch! and to th Print. Albrt lidr red tin, but it it Impouiblt I ImiUL Ihm fUror of Print. Iitt. Of DHklU hnnds When you fire up your first smoke you'll decide that you never did taste tobacco that hits your fancy like PRINCE BpSi w the national joy smoke For it exceeds In goodness and satisfaction the kindest word we ever printed about itl Men, we tell you this tobacco will be a revelation to you. So, take this information at 100, get out the old jimmy pipe from its hiding place or locate the makin's papers fall-t- o! Your wishes will be grotifisdat the nearest store that setts tobacco, for Princm Albert is in universal demand. It can be bought all over the states end all over the world Toppy red bags, 5c; tidy red d tin, 10c; handsome pound and tin humidors andthat tine pound crystal-flat- s humidor with sponge.moistener top that keeps the tobacco in such excellent trim. half-poun- Albert 'and R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., Winston-Sale- N. C, mper, K L, one lot in : Bow-e- n Jeff Everman, 11.49 Cooper, Georsie, 850 acres adj Eutie Frptich, 9.49 Fox, Alex, lOOacres adj Thomas Chaney. 8 23 Glover, Ned, one half acre adj Ann Williams, 4.91 Gav, Barney, one acre adj Cris Tipton, 4.91 Gatewood, John one half acre adj W S Gay, 4.80 Hall, Hermon, q5 acres adj E R Reynolds, 4.91 Hampton, B F, 100 acres adj T G Moreland, Holly, John, 20 acres adj Albert. Easter, 1.82 Jackson, Bettie, 5 acres adj Tom Chaney, 2.2c Miller, Smith, 3o acres adj R C Hall, 074 Tipton, Cris, 4 acres adj Barney Gay, 5.81 H. T. DER1CKSON, Sheriff of Powell County. CALLOWAY'S CREEK. Mrs. Hood Wise is on the sick way to Winches! r. i. livan, M J, 800 acres adj. Ohutmun, Will. 50 ae. adj. Martin, 5 32 V 6.15 5.97 Prewitt Gipson, Kelly, Katheiinc, Boundary, Plum T wnsend, Georue's heirs, houn Charley, 100 :ie. aflj. Hutsoif, Creek, 2.06 d adj Henry Daniel, 2 95 5 82 adj. Morgan MrKln-ne- Floyd Helton, Lyle, L 0, 114 wiiReuil, Hen, boundary adj. Peifrev, J H. 115 ae. adj. Bob 8.05 C iuue, 7.80 Moore, Lillie, 50 ac. adj. JohnMizc, King, 7.21 8.00 Townsend, Sarah L, boundary, Pitts, Charley. 200 uc. adj. 'Uussell, Noah, 60 ac. adj Dock Barnes, John Smith, 7 21 adj. Daniel Townsend, 1.88 7.97 Townsen'l, Billie, boundary, H R, Boundary, adj Ohatman, Ware.GS, 83 ac. adj. D It Hall, baladj. N S McDonald, 5.q9 Win McOlure, 2.81 ance due, 8.84 White, J B, 1,400 ac. adj. Wm Clay City Precinct. H, one acre, Filzpatrlek, Boweu & Matt Hudson, 81.85 Magisterial District No. 2 adj. Eli Spencer, 5.2!) West, Mrs Belle, 140 acres adj. Means, Olevelund, two acres, Baker, Mm Martha, 120 ac. adj. George Randall Hanks, 3.70 adj. Ky. Union Co, 4 51 Miller, 3.70 Coughrite, Win, 80 ac. adj. George Mulling, James, 50 ac.adj. II Woodward, Billie, boundary, adj 15 K Meadows, 5 69 Ciller, 5.69 C Baker, 4.01 DIehe, Carrie, 27 ac. adj. Joe Taylor, Townsend, Win, sr, 200 acres 2.03 Rogers Chapel Precinct. Flinchuin, Nannie, Boundary, adj. D adj. Jume8 Mays, 7.S&1 Magisterial District No. 6 G Fllnchura..2.31 Birch, Abe, Boundary, adj. Miller, George, 150 ac. adj. Green Luther James, 0.45 Amburgy, MaryE, 00 acres, Wllloughby, 8.92 adj. T A Hall, 3 83 Moretield, Hadie, 2 lots in Clay City, South Fork Precinct. Edwards, Ike, 50 acres adj 6.63 Magisterial Diatriut No. 5. Weed Townsend, 4.91 Moss. E II, 400 ac. adj. J H Seal, 10.65 Fuuate, Gabe, boundary adj Centers, Emanual, 50 acres, ' Potts Heirs, half aere adj. Powell Valadj. Elijah Meadows, 1.01 Preston Johnson, 5.Q0. ley church, 2.20 Howell, L G, 80 acres adj Frazier, Levi, 8 ac. & Bounda Payne, Amanda, 1 lot n Clay City, Thomas Howell, 5.08 ry, adj. W J Hanks, .7.2!) 2 61 Howell, Lewis, jr. 40 acrs adj. Hall, H H, 50 acres adj T B Rogers, 4.91 Thomas' Howell, 5.27 Fir Rheumatism. Oaks, Troy, 30 acres adj Geo. Hattou, Willie, jr. Boundary, Mulliue, 5.07 As sunn as an attack of Rheu- udj. Wm Townsend, Hattou, L G, Boundary, adj. Profiitt, J N, 40 acres adj Geo. matism begin npply SIoan'6 Woodward, 5.o9 J J Heed, 0.88 Don't waste time and Powell, Austin, 20 acres adj Howell, Thomas, 30 acres adj. suffer unnecessary nsony. A few Hybird Powell, 4.77 on the James Howell, 5.08 drops of Sloan's Liniment Rogers, O F, 80 acres, adj J A Hattou, Bill, Boundary, adj. affected parts is ull you tied. Weed Hattou, 5.0!) Rogers, 5.79 The pain uoes at once. Hut ton, Richard, Boundary & Roberta, J H, o7 acres adj A gratefnl sulferer writes: 1 50 a3. adj J F Martin, 0.41 Dive Roberts, 04 was suffering for three weeks with Bogers, W. jr, 5 acres adj J B James, Luther, 40 acres adj. Chronic Rheumatism am) Stiff W F Brisco, 5.09 Rogers, 5.07 Sparks, Wm, 80 acres adj Nick Knox, Oarl, Boundary, adj, neck, although I tried many medRogers, Q.U icines, they failed, and I wns un Randall Hanks, 5 09 Townsend, Melvin, 85 acres Meadows, Elishn, 50 acres adj. der the core of a doctor. Fortu Melvin Morton, 4.91 adj Joe Mullins, 6.q9 tiatcly I heard of Sloan's LiniMarsh, Iva, n. r. 44 acres ndj. ment and ufter using it three or COLORED LIST. EnuiU'tt Forkner, 4(j3 four days am up und well. I iitn Verdla Precinct. Meadows, E K, 200 acres adjl employed at the biggest depart-in- O Lano, 10.25 0 Magisterial District No. 1. store in S. F. where tliey May field, Wesley, Bouudury, -v emuloy from 6tx to eight hundred adj, Daniel Tow'nsend, 4 62 Burgher, Fred, 10 acres adj hands and they surely will hear I'rollitt, John, 40 aorw adi, J M Kuduou, 5.07 Charleston, Mary, 2 acres adj ull about Sloan's, Liniment. H. George lingers, 4 77 . Fred Burgher, 1.88 Francisco, Oal. Sullivan, Thomas, one lot . in H. Smith', Sun Crawford, Squire, 80 acres adj Uow.en, 7.01 .' Jan'. 1016 At ull Druggists, 11.70 .45 Kincade, Jan. 6 ac. adj. 8 G Baker, y, . j A candy party given by Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Tipton was ' ie occasion of much fun and met Misses Nettie Man n, Florence Holman and Nannie Fryer, and Messrs. Ernest Cro e, Everett Martin and Jas. Wymore were present, and they ail report a fine old time. The birthday party given hy Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Martin in honor of Mieir daughter, Miss Zula, and Dona Wymore, was the most enjoyable affair that ban taken place for 6ome time. Those present were Alvin Martin, wife and sous; W. M. Howell and wife, A. M. Lowe, wife aud son; Rupert Derickson aud wife; Mrs. Ollie Martin of Clay City; Jas. Wvmore aud O. N. Crowe. (Too late for last week.) Emory Truitt will leave for Rome, Ohio, in few days. s The singiug at Bro. Ben was the best of tho season. Town-send'- list. Born Jan. 28th, to the wife of J. D. Wiseman, a son. Lin-eme- nt. Forest Martin and his sister Nettie, were shopping here FriRobt. Margison went to Rich- day. W. D. Crowe of Lombard, was in Rosalyn tho other day ou busMiss Lizzie Masters entertained a number of her friends Sunday. iness. Elbert Crowe is spending a few Misses Nellio and Dora MargiSunday with Miss Mary days with Uncle Bill Crowe, nt son spent Lombard. Lucy Witt. mond Monday on business. J. B. Wiseman, ago 40. and A dance at the homo of H. T. Miss Ella Finney; ' ago 1&7 wero Ewen was greatly enjoyed by tho married at tho homo of tho par many present, cuts of tho bride, Jan. 27th. Beler Smyth has returned from Middletown, saying that things aro on the bum over thero. R0S8LYN. Loving and Un !ritndlng. One whom I )ew intimately, and Prince and lfhmeul Wilburu whose memory 2 ."evere, once la taj wero in town Monday on business. hearing remarked that, "unlets wc love people we cannot underataad RobLTownsend(passed through them." This wa a new llabt to a here the first of the week, ou his Christina Q. noMettl. e. Rodney Allen uud Jeff Crowe were here on business Monday. NADA I0C4L wm Tho sick are improving. Howard Roberts was at Clay City Sunday. II. A. Hartcr made a business Miss Fantiio Mizc, of Jackson, L. P. Koith was in camp Tuesis visiting relatives hero this day looking. after business. week. Mr. and Mrs. H. Sliattuck and Mrs. M. II. Courtney, of Winchester, is the guest of Mrs. A. T. son Hardin, spent Sunday in Clay trip to Clay City. IHARDWICK & COMPANY T Semi-Annu- al Clearance Sale. semi-annu- al City. Whin. J. S Eweu, of Stanton, was a We' enjoyed a very interesting, iileasaut visitor at The Times sermon preached, by Prof. Hand-leyoffice t lie Now.is the time and this is the place to save money last Saturday. J. It. McCutclieon, cashier at Pearsite office, spent Sunday with his family at Neattyvillo. Gas Brush has boon suffering with a cold, not being able to attend to his work part of the time. Wright, and Arthur Spencer. The warm, damp we.ither last Miss Mila Knox started Wednesweek and early this wpek was very unseasonable and unhealthy day for Now Wilmington, Pa., and many cases of sickness were where she intends entering Westminster College. Our best wishes reported. go with her, but she will be much Mrs. M. P. O'Mara was called missed in this community. tc Jackson Sunday by the illness of her father, Mr. J. L. Unguis, VAUGHN'S MILL. who suffered some painful injuries by a fall. Mrs. Chas Welch is talking of gardening, already. A wreck on the L. & N. extension above Hazard last Sunday J. W. Strango is some better delayed No. 4 train nboiit eight at this writing; he has had a hours, it being 0 o'clock when it tough spell. Sabbath eve. Carl Hendrix is suffering from a dislocated elbow and wrist which ho received from a hard fall Thursday evening. Those to attend Stanton College from here are: Capitola Stewart, Maud Knox, Myrtle t f vbn,ypur .purchases. Our -- clearance sale is bargains for you. Our Fall, and Winter goods must go, and have cut the prices' on many things to an extent that it will pay yojtQ buy even sbould you not need them till next now: on'. We have many real genuine . Pall and Winter. arrived here. SALESMAN WANTED, To look after our interest in Powell and adjacent counties. Salary or ('"in::iHsiiui. Address THE HARVEY OIL CO., Cleveland, Ohio. Harley and .lames C- Mize spent Thursday night with their uncle J. W. Wright. G. W. Clark is putting up a cattle bnm, and that is just what several other farmers need to do. - t t f t f t t e e Below is a list oHhe lines on which have made the greatest cuts: You who appreciate bargains, listen, for have on Queen Quality cut the price patent leather shoes for women, Walk-Ove- r patent leather shoes for men and on all other half-in-tw- ' o of Montgomery The mild days of last week county, spent Friday night, with ami eurly this week caused many Iiir aunt, Mrs. Mat lie Todd, utter trees and shrubs to bud, and for a visit with his uncle, J. F. some days it looked more like Smith. March than January weather. ;md family George i) im!i Dr W. C. Martin reports the are going to leave Poweli-cfor birth of a daughter to Mr. nipt til- - glitter of the city. They all Mrc, .1 O. Stewart and an eleven may leave, who want to, for the pound sou In Mr. and Mrc. Kirn smoke of i In city ; I prefer the ard Adams. farm awhile vet. Blank deeds for sale at The Times office, 5 cents each. SLADE. o Tom Murrin f brands of patent leather shoes for women, Also on a lot of womens, misses and boys. misses and boys gun metal and tarTshoes. wo- mens, misses and boys rubbers overshoes, t boys long pant suits; boys and childrens under- wear in two piece suits, mens and boys negligee shirts. It will pay you to look through our bargain corner up stairs. i t Are also making large cuts on a lot of dry and boys leggins, mens, womens , goods, mens KNOWLTON Lots of grip in this neighborhood. Burn to the wife of John Pe frey a fine boy, named Virgil. 'Mrs. Ethel Truett and three children left Monday for,Ohio James Hall has moved to th T. G. Cole farm, known at the Huffman farm, and Mitchel Lane hiiH moved to the farm Mr. Han cow irom McDuiiiel bought milch Jack Hull for $85.00 J. H" McDaniel bought a Fie t hog weighing pounds at tie, from Henry Deriekson, Stanton .1. 11. 1 Frog8aud blue-bird- s are notify- ing us that spring N here, but 'e are afraid to rink ibeir prophecy. for February too often greets us with zero leather Miss Margaret McGuireof Bear Track in Lee cnunw, is visiting the family of Burke Chester of moved from. Torrent. We uudtrstuud tliut Our countrv around Knowlton Mr. Chester, after having a salt. it; thrown into yrief over the loh will leave for Indiuua the last of of our neighbor, Mrs. Annie February, wife of Jesse Dericksnn, Bert Miller, son of Hiram Mil who has passed to the Laud Beler, was badly hurt while riding yond. She was a good mother, on Ciz Mullins' wagon. Dr. M. a kind friend to all, a christian L. Knox was called and took ten womau, and she will be uii68ei stitches on his leg. Bert and in church and Sunday, school. several other small boys have The family have the the aympa been told repeatedly to stay off thy of the neighborhood. She wagons, but do not heed the ad. leaves a husband and seven cjiil vice given them. dreu to mourn tier loss. School closed here Jan. 22. The Old Papers for Sale at The children who attended regularly made fine progress, but the great Times Office, trouble is that the compulsory RECIPE fOR. GRAY HAIR. 6ohool law is not enforced. Ula To ba)f pint of water add 1 os. Bay eme.ll box of Barbo Compound, Leo Adams won tho premium for Hum. and VI ox. of glycerine. Apply to the hair best regular attondancp, and Con. twice a week until It becomes the deelrod aliade. Any druggist can put thla up or nie Faulkner and Mabol Lcdford you cati mix It at home at very little coet. Full directions for making and use come got most head murks. In each box of Barbo Compound. It will eradually darken atreaked, faded gray We all extend our deepest symlialr, and remove dandruff. It la excelfelling hair and' will make barah pathy to the family of Mr. John lent for lialr soft and glotuy. It will not color the ncalp. la not etkky or (ready, and doei not Combs of Lombard. Mrs. Combs' rub off. father, Mr. Larrison, died about Dei-icksn- and boys sweaters, mens and boys' hats, dress caps and work caps, mens two piece suits f Wrights Health underwear, womens neckwear, wool and cotton dress goods, mens corduroy pants and work suits, boys over coats. t t T T t ? Hardwick & Co. STANTON4 KENTUCKY t v food ordered for 1,800 homeless. two wcoks ago; and Willie Combs, their eldest son, died last Thursday of cancer ofthostom uch. The large crowd attending his burial at Nadu, attest tho esteem in which tho family Is hold. Bob Ewen, ono of our Dundee boys, now located lit Wirt, Okla homo, writes that his town was almost wiped off tho globo by lire Jan. 17. A thousand tents had send his son to Lex Tho heavy rams Sunday night ington for an operation. About and Monday threatened fur a 5 weeks ago the little fellow fell time to bring on another flood, and broke his riaht leg above the but tho colder woathor of Tucs knee, and It is now foimiOhaJ day stopppd tho rising water. tho leg must bo amputated, Fire was caused by an exploding gasoline iron, and, ns thpre are George Ucdger of neat Log soveral such irons in this county Lick, was hero Wednesday diking every precaution should be la up a collection to eimblo him to ken in handling them. To Undergo 0partition