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SJANTON. , CLAY CITY, KY., TfltJR'SDAY John Chancy ... PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. FEBlttJAHY 24, Will Run 1910. NO. 8. IIM was homo with fantily over Sunday. He is at his (By P. O. Dcrthick.) . work near" Hombre in Perry-co- . 'V with a concrete gang of men. Bill Adams has moved his fuin-il- y Guy Frnzierand his sister Opal to HnrdwickB Creetf. and Aleno Silowden, visited- - w itli John Kerr o f Log Lick .w a George Stephens s$nd family at here Monday on business. Thompson Station over Sunday. Commonwealth of Kentucky E. H. Fuller is confined to his Mr.Jlogcrs, School Supt. ni Powell County of petition of It o. lit the matter bed with grippe; this week. Harrison county, was here a dav Hall and and more o thorn: ' NOTICE OP "ELECTION John Potts, of Clay City, waf or so this week, looking for a location that he might move hero You will take notice that on the 7th here this week buying ties.. day of February, 1010. the County live. RnnsQD M. Ritchie and Court of Powell County, Kentucky, . ". N0T1GE of ELECTION For Sheriff Steady Growth in Oil Production The Estill oil fields have shown steady growth since the development started some months ago, and there is an ir.creaso in tho in the number of wells being sunk each month. Out of .seventy 6tx wells that have been sunk, only spven dry holes have been found, and while some of the producero are not pumping more than a few barrels a day they show promise of better things. a i - Prof. andO were in Clay City, Tuesday. Rev. J. 0. Hanley took m part . Several from Stanton attended court a:t Mt. Sterling, Monday. - A. Mr. Oaudill. will raovo his family from Lexington to a farm on Morris creek. Daddy Clark is walking with the aid of a stick, being afllicted with rheumatism. ' W R. Catron sold his farm in Menifee county to Robt. J.owc of same county, for $160. . Jesse Derickson and his son where James left they will work in the coal initios. George Conlee-- , of near Rich. mond, was shaking hands with shl8. many friends here, last Week". " 'Henry Miller and one of tba Roberta Jo take up ing them, a. of the Layindn's Missionary Convention at Lexington this week. The writer attended the sessions Wednesday. The.ro will be n meeting nt the officers of the Powell County Sunday School Association at Clay City this Saturday right after the noon train arrives there". Russell Morris has recovered from his very severe attack of pneumonia fever. Henry Morris is sick with bronchial trouble, complicate'! with influenza. Mrs. Bettie Hurdwick is home after several weeks' viBit to her son J'. It. Hard wick of? WinchesWe always miss'her when ter. she goes away, and'glad when jho gets back. - his goods into the new addition he built to his house, thus comless than pur value and accrued interMiss Lutie Billings has entered bining Store and home together. est. Now just school at the college. He preached at the Christian Witness my hand this 21st day of Febwatch the big strtile on Jim ruary 1010. church Sund iv night. , n. T. DERICKSON, Mrs. Nelson Biount and her . Sheriff of Powell County. Vance Crawford has moved his daughter, Beatrice, visited their Kentucky. family back from Heidelburg son and brother at Heidelburg, to the Gilbert property, next to over Sunday. Beatrice returned Tilford Abner. to her school work at the Or- Formal Announcement Asa Jones has moved from the phan Home, Tuesday. Last Monday President Wilson railroad property to Mr. AtkinJohn Cockerham, of Primrose formally announced that he son's house across from the Pres- in Lee county, was here Monday would be u candidate for byterian, church. and Tuesday, looking for a small us President of the United He States for the ensuing t'our'yeuts Rev. 0. J. Young, of Rich- farm in or about Stanton. mond, will preach at the Chris- did not find what he wanted, but after the expiration of his present term. He hud to do this in tian church the Urd Saturday and hopes to find a place soon. order to comply with the Ohio Sunday iu March." Mrs. Anna Sewpll and .her law, which requires candiMrs. Mollie Crawford and Stute Mrs. Ab Hall and son Mrand dates for the party convention have been visiMug in and around baby Murtel, of Jackson, visited to make known theirfirst and Stanton for several days, return- with their parent all last week? second choices before Feb. 25, Ben Sowell , visited with them ing home Wednesday' also compels them to secure Sunday, and they returned homo and the consent of their candidates Miss Mollie Johnson and her Tuesday. to the use of their names. This nieco, Lilly Pearl, visited Miss Roy Road ruck, Field Worker is the first time that the Presiin Lexington over Maxie Johnson Continued pn lust page dent has formally admitted that Sunday, returning Monday. for rehe would be election, although' it was generally known that his friends mid admirers had long ago convinced him that he should accept the e! job . awaits eighteen drilling The following item 13 taken There are machines in the field and all are from a Phoenix, Ariz., paper and will be of much interest to our beiim kept busy, although the had roads have delayed the work readers here. The groom is the considerably. son of Mr. and Mrs R. L. Schini In drilling for water with a fessel, of Hardwick's Creek, and small hand drill last week, Ike is a splendid young man. Ho left here somo time ago for the Muncie struck oil on his farm on Black Creek, and while the South-Weand has been mak amount was not great, tho fact ing good there, holding a responsible position with the Wells- that if was struck at a depth of 7 feet trom the surface, indiFargo Express Company. His here wish, the cates that there in oil in the "nor ground. young couple every jry in life. able. within that tirat at the pleasure or the FiscalCourt, and to be sold at not Schinifessel Dysart. O n Saturday si semi-annuall- y, upon petition, ordered and directed an election to be held in each and every voting precinct in said county and stale, between the hours of 0 a. m. and 4. p. m , on Monday, the Tenth day of April, 1916, at the regular voting places therein, by the officers of the regular November election, nt which time and places there will be submitted to the legally qualified. voters of said precincts in said county, the following question', in the following substance and form,' to wit: Are vou in favor of 1 issuing Forty Thou-- ) YES sand Dollars (UO.-- ) 000) in bonds, ' for ) the purpose o t ) building roads and ) bridges in Powell ) NO county Kentucky? ) Said bonds, if Issued, to bear interest at a rate, not to, exceed fivo per centum pdr annum, with coupons attached, payable bonds to be in denominations' of not less than one hundred 'nor more than fivo hundred dollars eucli. tuYim not less than five Mr. James G. Rogers lias a nnounced that he will he n candidate for the Republican nomination for sheriff at tho election of county officers, which takes plnce next year. While not. wishing to make any formal announcement at this early date, Mr. Rogers has been requested by numerous friends to state whether or not he would be a candidate, and he has finally decided to throw his hat in the ring. Mr. Rogers is one of the best known citizens of Powell county, and would, wo believe, make a thoroughly competent officer if elected. Married In Arizona The field is now being extendinto Powell county and a few good wells have been sunk herewith prospects good for more producers. A strike was mad? at Furnace a few days ago and nearly all the land there has been leaped to various operators. ed - many-frieud- s evening at nine o'clock, Mr. Thomas H. Schinifessel and Miss Mildred M. Dysart were united in marriage by" Uev. Claude C. Jones in the presence of some of the members of the family and a few friends. The bride, who is ono of the most charming young' wr itten of the city, is the daughter of Mrs. Ida M. Dysart and a sister of Dr. Louis Dysart. Tho groom is a young business man of pleasing personality in company. tho employ of Wells-Farg- o The many friends of the luippy couple wish them great joy. Buys Farms O. L. Smith, who recently sold his farm Breathitt county parties, has the Toler place consisting of 50 acres, and tho II. R. Reynolds of 28 acres Both thee farms are in the Pompey district, and convenient to town. Mr. Smith will shortly move to the Revnolds pro perty, where he will pur-chase- on Black Creek to d Convention Call make his home. sie-te- r, " A mass convention of the Republi Mall Let cans of Powell county will bo held at in Stanton, Ky. Feb. tho Court-hous- e John Burton has been awarded 20 t!i, 1010, at ono o'clock, p.m., for the purpose of electing delegates to the the contract for carrytne the 7th District Convention to be held at mail from Clay City to Vaughn's LaGrango, Ky., Feb. 20th, 1010, at ono Mill and Union Hall. Mr. Thac-ha- s p.m.; and, also, elect delegates to the had this route for the past State Convention to bo held at Louis fcur years. J. Snowdeu has the ville, Ky., March 1st, 1016. contract again for the Kimbrell Stanton, Ky. E. II. Fuller, route. Chairman. Feb. 22, 1016. Contracts SAVE MONEY nomination. A Word A Square Deal. We aim to You can save a nice sum by buying, a Meal Ticket. Ask us about them. of Praise treat our customers in the The Home Restaurant. Good, Home Cooked Meals and Quick Service. Lunches and Short Orders. J Tho Clark County Republican had the following item concern ing one of Powell county's most best possible manner and to give them a square deal. prominent citizens; Last week we mot Prof. Hanley, president of Stanton College, on tho train, lie is a cultured gentleman in a cultured place ; an energetic schoolman in a place of great opportunity. We won der if Clark County folks ore acquainted with the finq. work being done In We institution? this neighboring ought to know all about such good things. Wo also wonder if they can play ball, orate and spell? If thoy think they .can do ay of these things why won't they challenge Winchester or Clark County High School? up Stock Is clean and fresh, and our prices are Give us a trial. right. A. P. Johnson, Clay City, Ky. Prop. Henpy WALTERSVILLE, Waldron KENTUCKY tip 'ot mn Old Folks Find A Cheery Friend A Boon to Those Who ' For-- Good gathering Try THE WINOHRMER BANK, of Winchester, . CLEANING I AND PRESSING. A. P. Johnson In the old stand, next to the Red River Hotel. Ky. A Democratic Newspaper Eighteen Years OM Yhe Have Started Down the Hill of Life So many "$100,000 Capital Stock Surplus and Undivided Profits $200,000 N, Holly Withcrspoon, W. It. Sphar am ready to do your Clean- ing and Pressing. able. Seed work guaranteed and charges reasonOrders left with J. lioom will receive prompt attention. JAMES WILLIAMS. Shampooing and Scalp Treatment lest Weekly In this Section. M P. O'Mara s Entered as at tho Tost Office second-clas- Ky., undor the Act of Congress of blood. of us have been seekPOWELL & JACKSON ing some teally efficient remedy, who are to givo to our old folks Writers of all Kinds of Fire, LWe, Editor treading in the long shadows of Tornado, Lightning and Hall Insurlife. That remedy must contain ance.. We are also agents for the the propor tonic qualities to re. Illinois mail Surety Company and are preat Clay City, vitalize sluggish organs and the pared to do a general Bonding busi- President. Cashier. YOUR ACCOUNT SOLICITED. March 3, 1879. A HOME-MA- DE PAPER. THURSDAY, FEB. 24, 1910 Hon. E. B. McGIoue, our representative, has itrodaced a bill calling for the appointment of an attorney to try cases in Circuit Court-whea special judge is wanted by the Governor for another district, and there is not a judge available This is a very good measure and would, perhaps have a tendency to clear up some of the dockets in less time, and save the making of new districts, n . Governor Stanloy has declared himself against any appropria tion to assist in the work of the Illiteracy Commission at the present time. In making a state meat to this effect, the Governor said he knew the work was of great value to the State and that only the poverty of the State made him refuse to sanction any He cited such appropriation. instances showing the several poor financial condition of Ken tucky, and stated that tho Insti had tution for the been condemned as unsafe, and that the walls were liable to col lapse at any time, but still the State had no money to make the necesxary repairs. The failure of the Illiteracy Commission to receive any appropriation to con tinue its work will be quite blow to those who have put in present there are persons having DRINIi time and money to helping the quantities of whisky shippod in cause. Mrs. Cora Wilson Stew to Clay for art, who has had charge of the personal City that cannot be law use only, as the work since its inception and who says. Since the Estill county has personally supervised the courts have been sittini: so hard many moonlight schools in the on bootleggers they have taken Srate, and who has also raised all to coming hero for their supply. the funds used so far in the work, TRACY S STOKELY aud while they are cartful not to is the most affected, as she has try to dispose of any of the liq devoted tune, energy and money uor here, it is morally cortain Real Estate and Insurance. to the cause in the hope of seeing that they sell it when they cross We Buy and Sell Farm and City illiteracy banished from the the lino into Estill. A law limit Property of all kinds. We have some Although the work will State. mg me snipments in this way nico farms in Clark and adjoining, still be continued it must be on a would bo a benefit to law abid modified scale, so it cannot be counties for sale or rent. Write as ing citizens who disliko to see tho hoped that it will bo completed express office turned into a saloon what you want, by 1020. A bill passed by tho Houso by. We write all kinds of Insurance. 85-TRACY AND STOKELY. is directed espe Iu spite of many statements a vote of 0, cially against bootleggers and Office, Main Street, Winchester, Ky. thut have been made to the ef fect that the Senate and the makes tho first offence punishable Houso were both against any leg' by a heavy fine aud tho secoud Sciatica's Plerehg Pln islatiou affecting the liquor bus. offence a felony. This is another To kill tho norvo pains of iness, there has been oonsider good law, and if tho Democratic able done to benefit tho "d rye. majority in tho Legislature pass Sciatica you can always depend on Sloan's Liniment. It peneWhile. tho statewide bill did not ea a few of these kind of bills it will show that tho Administra trates to tho seat of pain and pass, both the Houso and the Senate have shown their sentiment tion's policy of supporting tho bring!) ease as booo as.applied, A by tho passage of bills regulating local option law will be justifi great comfort too with Sloan's ia that no .nibbing is required. the shipping of liquor into dry able. Sloau'a Linimont ia invaluable for Tho Sonato passed a territory. ("topping muscular or norvo pain Great Euaylrt'i Pseudonym. liniitiug the amount of liquor Joseph Addison, the Kaglisb essay of any kind. Try-yt- ; lit once if that may be shipped to any oue. 1st, used the pseudonym "Clio." When you suffer with Rheumatism, be wrote a manuscript In the city as person in a mouth at f Lumbago, Boro Throat, Pa In in gallon of whisky and five gallons aa&oUted with a MC;" when la "Li" when ia hllnjton, where he oiieqt, Qprqius, Bruises, etc. It is The bill passed by a tired, "I." aad when la bis office, "O," of beer. for Nuralda and excellent to. eight, and the whole spelling Clio. vote of twenty-fivHeadache. Sou, at ull drntfKists. there wus very little opposition Idea Comparatively Old. to iu This WQuld be an excel-lou- t That patent for a Advertising inllieriwea y.'U law and it cannot come into team vessel had been Issued as. far pay you. .jr.yeisvgetvt- believe H back as 1893 recently was discovered force too soon to suit us. let us convince you liy a' trial. At la the Treaea patent oce. Feeble-Minded 11 " That something has been found ness. POWELL & JACKSON It is Tanlac. It is cowardly to let debility Sam W. Powell Llnvllle Jackson After Few Yean tl DSsctwagaf I had gotten so weak I could not stand, sap away the life and comforts Office in Court House. and I gave up in despair. Mrs. Bdfeck Gare when it can be stayed. A con- Winchester Kentucky At last, my husband got me a botlle ol dition Of deblity never wears itCardui, the woman's tonic, and I comDespair. Kukri Ufk Instead, it gradually self out. menced taking it. From the very first grows more pronounced unless Cum to Retcte. TREES. dose, 1 could fcM M was helping me. I to check it nre nroner measures trees, can now walk two mites without its taken. It gathers forco and Fruit and Ornamental nourishes itself upon the tissues Shrubs, Qrnpo Viucs, Rhubarb, AsCatron, Ky. In an interesting letter tiring me, and am doing all my work." To build up those paragus, Peonies, Phlox, Roses, etc. of the body. H you are all run down from womanly from this place, Mrs. Betlie Bullock tissues is to fight debility. EVERY THING FOR ORCHARD, writes as follows : "1 suffered for four troubles, don't give up la despair. Try Characteristic conditions of deyears, with womanly troubles, and during Cardui, the woman's toak. It has helped LAWN AND GARDEN. bility both iu old and young are nervousnea, headaches, backaches NO AGENTS FREE CATALOGS Ibis time, 1 could only sit up for a little more than a mUlloa worsen, ia its 50 depression of spirits, loss of apwhile, aad could, sot walk anywhere at years of coatiRUous success, and should H. F. Hillenmeyer & Sons. petite, sleeplessness and a general all. At times, I would have severe pains surely help you, too. Your druggist has Lexington, Ky. feeling that sold Cardui for years. He knows what le my left side. com 08 from lack of energy. it will do. Ask hka. He will recomwas called ia, sad his The doctor Tanlac is designed to combat relieved me for a while, but I was mend it. Begin taking Cardui today. these l conditions iu many ways. For fine Watch and Clock WriU Uilm soon confined to my bed again. After AJvltery to: .QutUMOf MlldM Co.,jStoeiol It is a splendid tonic and tissuo for Dtt.' Quttuooga. TtM...book. Han REPAIRING liutructlvnt youf cM right builder with just the tfeai.tiotfcifig seemed to do me any good. treataxairwWi sat lapUia mtne. , 14 a mou t of proteids. It quiets or any work in my line, 1 will nerves and brings back restful be glad to haveyou call en me sleep, which is Nature's first aid to the debilitated. It corrects S. V. LARISON stomach troubles and there, in nine cases out of ten, you have Clay City, Kentucky the seat of a nervous, debilitatWhat did you think, you would be worth ing ailment. With the body recharged with today? Didn't have mttcti idea', clicl youj. vigor, that detested, despondent But you were sure you would be pretty feeling passes away so quickly WHEN YOU WANT well fixed financially. you are astonished and mighty A 'SHAVE OR HAIR CUT regretful that you didn't start OR ANY out to fight it long before. Tanlac may now bo obtained in TONSORIAL WORK Clay City at Eatou & McGuire's CALL ON and in Stanton at Hardwick & How much will you be worth in . the H. H. PHEUQO. Co.'s, where its great popularity Has past experience next ten years? is being better shown every day. HUSBAND RESCUED DESPAIRING WIFE Cttiu, good-for-nothin- g treat-me- at rKlM-- pi TEN YEARS AOO ARE YOU? 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 Any Time One of the Best Schools in Kentucky. Courses in Agriculture and Domestic Science. Review Clatae ia the Common Br&riehw will be Conduced thteugheut the Term. ''. , one-hal- By paying part of their Expenses fn Wwlc, Students may get Kates at the Dcrmitory as low as $l.5o per Week. For Information Write to - Lea-de- s, screw-propelle- d Rev. J. C. Hanley, President, Stanton, Ky. - OAT N CREEK CHI (Crowded out last week.) LD'S RIGHTS SET FORTH J i si " L. Martin wan Paronti Who Would Be Fair to Uttle Ones. shopping in Ros&Iyn, Thursday. Winter is about over find soon A principle of psychology which it will bo time to work iu tho every mother should' know is that the last thought before going to sleep crops. makes the deepest impression. Try Mrs. G. M. Conlue aud two it. The Inst thought at night is sure children, from Ir. Sterling, were to be the first waking thought. A visiting at the homo of J. L Mar- child should never be punished just tin, her parent 8. before going to bed if you wish to school clos- create in him a joyous disposition. A Marion Atkinson's ed hero Fob. 11th. It was a de- happy bedtime will mean a sunny success, and I think every morning face. cided Another important fact, based body would like to have him more upon physiological than upon back again. psychological principles, is the imA most enjcyable social was portance of happy mealtime. Perciven tho yonng folks last Satur- haps the child has done some little day night at the hospitable home nauglity thing and is scolded for it of Jacob Morton, in honor of until he cries or is sent from the table. His dinner is spoiled. He their niece, Miss Callio Coulee. needs that dinner. He cannot be happy if he is hungry or if he feels For CMtictm'3 CovgA undue censure and he will be cross or depressed all afternoon. Did you You cannot use anything bet-te- r ever indulge in weeping at mealtime for your child's cough and. or allow yourself to become very ancold than Dc. King's New gry? If so, did you find your digesis prepared from Pine tion improved and did you have a Tar mixed with healing and happy day? As it was with you, so soothing balsams. It docs not is it with the child. It is a physiological fact that anger contain anything harmful and is and grief interfere seriously with dispchtlylaxative, jas enough to expel the poisons from the sys- gestion. If you wish to lay in your child a foundation for indigestion tem. Dr. King's NewDiscovery you can find no more effective way. is antiseptic kills the cold germs It is even worse to send a child to raises the Dhlegm loosens the bed supperles8. No one can be at cough and soothes the irritation. his best morally and spiritually unDon't put off treatment. Coughs less he is at his best physically. No oftenlead to serious lung trou- child can be improved morally by bebles. It is also good for adults ing injured physically. To send a and the aged. GJI a bottle to- child away from the tabic hungry or to send him supperless to bed is day. All Druggists. a relic of barbarism. It will not only fail to bring good results at the time BLADE. ' but will lay the foundation of future A happy misery and unhappincss. Charley Maple of Irvine was bedtime, and a happy, mealtime are hero on business Saturday. the right of every child: Josephine Stanton, Barclay in the Mother's Magazine. Alvio Faulkner of was hero on busiuess last Thurs MATTER OF TASTE day. Mrs. Sarah Sullivan and Mrs. Will S. urgeon, visited Mrs. Ew-oSunday afternoou. Miss Nettie Dis-covery- Subject Which la Worth Attention f HARD WICK & COMPANY Semi-Annu- al Clearance Sale, al - 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. Our Fall and Winter goods must go, and have cut 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. Below is a list of the lines on which have made the greatest, cuts: You who appreciate bargains, listen, for have well-kno- cut the price half -i- n-two on Queen Quality P patent leather shoes for women, Walk-Ove- r patent leather shoes for men and on all other brands of patent leather shoes for women, Also on a lot of womens, misses and boys. misses and boys gun metal and tan shoes, womens, misses and boys rubbers overshoes, boys long pant suits, boys and childrens underwear in two piece suits, mens and boys negligee shirts. It will pay you to look through our bargain corner up stairs. Are also making large cuts on a lot of dry goods,' mens and boys leggins, mens, womens p n Roe Faulkner of Stanton visit-ed- . the family of hi? uncle Geo. Faulkner the last of tho week. Misses Mat tie McKnabb and Poarho Lawson of Oumpton Jet., visited Miss 11a Ford Saturday night aud Sunday. Dr. Johnson was called here "Sunday in consultation with Dr. M. L Knox to see Mrs. Hall, who is dangerously ill withy a throat and boyssweaters, mens and boys hats, dress 1f caps and work caps, mens two piece suits of Wrights Health underwear, womens neckwear, wool and cotton dress goods, lit mens corduroy pants and work suits, boys over coats. The Donkey Fine weather we're trouble. Among those on tho sick list - are Ab Centers, W. B. Congle-tou- , having, Mr. Pig. and the wives of J. H Trent . The PigI don't think so. Why, and Taylor Adams. Mrs. Ewen's we haven't had am7 Inu for a week. broken arm is doing nicely. QUESTION. Cassius M. Bowen of 0. & K. "I'm engaged to marry a girl and Junction, visited his parents here jf SundaTMTjd'w-elil-tJire are both anxious to have the wedttrOlay Oity. ding a romantic lie suys there nre some prhtty you suggest V affair. What would ono most eape- girls down there "Why not have her climb down a ciallyt ladder from her bedroom some dark Dr. A. T. Koox of Bowen was night and then elope with her?" "Nothing doing. She lives on the hero viewing out a change in the tenth floor of, an apartment bouse." ountyroaJ from Dundeo to which is badly needed OltEMMA. as the roads are simply impass. We ore hoping tho pike ajble. "Debbie's wife is short and aharp ' will be built through here to the with him most of the time, but when he feigns illness she is kindness itWolfe county lino. self." Threo cheers for our Repre"Then why doesn't he feign illaett sentative, Hon. E. B. McGlono. wore often?" We are proud of him and hope "It's unfortunate. If ha did that, ' our neighboring counties nf Mont it would interfere with bis golf, aid gotnery, Bourbon and Clark will he dotes on golf." not be deceived in their next No doubt Mr, Representative, institutes, asylums, ie a conscientious man, McGlone of our boys beiug and a thousand other weatf things nd thought und of. whiskey is constantly doing. - shot dowu over whiskey, women and the broken-heartesuffering children, oftfie UtUe Old Fapri fer Hale ' at The tilling last, of tea- gute prisons ble-mind- ed d OUT OF THE ; Hardwick&Co. STANTON' KENTUCKY ' X X t 1 mm l ' InltniinJUIe Ciwm eiU.iiw. ElMiiMitarr, I'uWlo Bchoolfl and Life ot Valid in, nil huto I KevUw ConrM. Tuition Fjuvlalrouwefi and Two splendid dormitories, new Vrei in Appointee. utw liiMWM imuims uuuuiiiq, ,..-'.VHl'I ken-MuL- y. v.. RICHMOND, KY. A TRAINING SCHOOL FOR TEACnbKS Miliar!' ill. lij:iru0 Notcnro. Flrtt Term .loelna T run Novpmlwr 10, Tlilnl Term 'i.ti itilK r 3aiH.a"ryaFiunUT,rm AprllA,rjuuiiiMrEchooloien9 RECIPE rOR MAY MAIK. To U3t plat of aU 1 ot. Bay acaaU box f Sarbo CoayKjuniJ, Ruaa. a&d U oa. of glMrtiii. XV&r to ta hair twit a Mk until It baeomM tha 4alr.l put akad. Any ArufgUt can vary thta up or Uttla com. you eaa mix it at bom at usa coin ruU Urctloca for making CompouaO. It wM la aaeb box ot Barbo gradually darkaa atraaVto. fa&ad gray hair, and rasaova dandruK. It I excel lest for faillag hair an4 iU maka harah t totr eft and gloaar. It will not color not oaJp, to set "tlcky or iraaar, aal Co rab eft. tr ul T.ti'rt Old Paprs for Sale at Tie , w Court Order STANTON. (Continued from First Page) POWELL COUNTY COURT, Febru-nr- y Term, 7th day of February, 1916. , ORDER In the matter of petition of R. C. Hall and 149 and mora others. Came H. 0. Hall and 149 and more others, ( legal voters and owners of real estato' in this Powell County, Kentucky, on tho 7th day of February, 1910, and lodged their petition with this court which garao was on said day filed by mo as Judge of said court, and samo now being considered, said petition' is adjudged sufficient and proper, and it is further adjudged and ordered that there be held in each and every voting precinct in said Powell county, Kentucky, between the hours of B.Ofl a. m., and 4.00 p. m., on Monday, tho 10th day of April, 1916, an election to take the sense of the votcis upon the question as to whether or not the Fis cal court of said county shall issue bonds in the sum of Forty Thousand Dollars (WO.O0O.O0), the proceeds, of which shall be used for the purpose of building, constructing and reconstruct ing public roads and bridges in said County; said bonds if issued, to bear interest at a rate not to exceed five per centum per (annum, with coupons and attached, payable to be in denominations of not less than one hundred nor moro than one thousand dollars each, and to run not less thnn five nor more thnn thirty years, redeemable within that time at the pleasure of the fiscal court, and not to be sold at less than par value. And the Sheriff of said County is directed to advertiso said election, and the objects thereof, at least thirty (30) days before the day of said election, in a newspaper having the largest circulation in said Powell County, and by printed hand bills posted up at not less than four public places in each and every voting precinct in said County, and at the front door of the County Courthouse. In this election all legal voters of the County may vote, and tho election shall I if held by the same officers who are appointed to hold the regular tion. And the question to be submitted shall be printed upon all ballots in the following substance and form, to wit: Are jou in favor of ( issuing fcirtv thous- - ( and dollar ($10,000) ( Yes in bonds, for the pur-- ( po 8 e of building ( rondrt mid bridges ( No in Powell County. ( Kentucky? A Copy, Attest : I. S. Boone, Clerk Powell County Court. semi-annuall- y, in tho Kentucky Christian Bible School Association will hold a Sunday School Rally at tho Chris-tiachurch, Fob. 29. Ho is said to bo n very magnetic speaker The Kentucky Geed Reads and everybody in invited to hear Association will send a speaker to him. Feb. 28, to explain the Rev. Wm. Kirk arrived homo Stanton Saturday night, after holding previsions of the law and inform mootings in Olive Hill and near the public generally as to the work. Winchester. Ho is now holding a meeting at Mt. Oaanan school-housT. G. Wbito was in Lexington assisted by Bro. Marcum, on business, Saturday? who was a student in tho college n e, 10CAI Mrs. J. P. Mnuppin, who hns Good Music been quite ill for some time, is somewhat- hotter, and was nblo Wednesday night Johnson's barber shop resembled a theatre when John to sit up Wednesday. - Kennon, John Baher aud Buford Estos, of Hnrdwick's Creek, dropped into tho office a few days ago nnd had the' date on their papers extended another year, W. L. Vordcrbfueggen, .Tamos O. Rogers and met there with their mnj steal instruments nnd delighted the crowd that soon gathered, with several selections. In a short time the room became so crowded that even standing room was not available and the trio then adjourned to the restaurant. It is a pity that we cannot havo a minJ. W. Mizo dropped into tho strel show or concert of somo kind give an opportunity for our loofficer the other day, and after cal talent to be developed, as nearly seeing that his own subsciption everybody in town would bo willing to was paid well ahoud, ordered Tho pay for tho privilege of hearing these Times seut to Ins sister, Mrs. W. men put on a program. Bon Kincaid that-woul- ' till recently. There is. quite a great deal of interest iu oil and gas, in and around Stanton. There hayo been several men hero taking leases. Some machinery was shipped here Saturday, and it is supposed that drilling will commence on R. C. Hall's farm iu a very few days. R. Day, B. at Malvern, Arkansas. Many People A stiiiiui-- '. Dan't Know iwr run cause u lui if misery. i a fill jkthuii in Spells of dizziness, headaches, cotixtip tti hi Hid biliousness, are ht sure xin ntir liver neoil help T Dr. Kim's New Life tit Pilln mill f help tone up the wiiole system. Fine for the fifniiiH h ton Aid dilation Pursues Hi- Mini. Mini el curs the I I compkxt Druirnisi O.il nf your New Paper Wear in remdpt of tho first Dumber nf the Chirk' County Re publican, u paper hems: issued at Winchester hv (Jupt. Lucien Beckner, who in one of tho best known newspaper men in Central Kentucky, and who. for a num !er of yours was connected with various papers iu the Bluegrass The first issuo is a (rood ono and idves promise of being a splendid publication. Clay City Construction City Gty, Ky. Co. for important work such as this was office. and tnis shows the high esteem in A Urge, party of Stanton young ;vhich he is h e 1 d, both by his col pen pTe eaine down for tho plav, leagues and by the State officials. "Ten Nights in a Bar Room," at The writer saw the play, Ton Nights the Ohristim church Saturday in a at Clay City ;and soitn pressed was he with it that he made night urrungemeuts for it to be shown at the Mrs. Angeline Waters went In Christian church this coming Saturday her old home in Estill county night. Feb 26th. This play is well worth and has a wonderful les last Wednesday. She intend reson to teuch. I'-- is a temperance play turning after she sells out her showing the effects of whiskey in a things town, in the home and in u man's life Bert Martin plays tho part of the Harlun Rogers, of Furnace, drunkard ; Ednion Burgher ns Sample visited his brother Jas. G. Rogers Svvitchel; Shelby Martin as Simon Slade ; B. F. Kincaid as Mr. Romaine ; over Sunday, and while in town Henry llammons as Harvey Green ; paid a very pleasnt visit to The Grant Frnzier as Frank Slade,; Miss Times office. Pearl Phillips as Mrs. Morgan, the drunkard's wife; Miss Julia Kirk as Franklin Margison, who moved the drunkard's daughter; Miss Fannie from here to Irvine last your, Mountz as Mrs. Slade, and Miss Ethel goods business Johnson as Mehltable Cartwright. and wept into the there, has decided to sell out, ow. Everybody in Stanton should see this play. The proceeds of the play will ing to the ill health of Mrs. Mar bo used to coinleto tho amount neces- giRon. sary to buy the wire for tho cemetery fence. Next woek the writer expects John 0. Eaton, Gup Shirafessel to order the fenco, so let everybody and Mrs. Wiggins were among come and help comploto the balance of thnso who attended tho performthis fund needed. ance of tho Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra SaturOr. Bell's day night. Itar-roo- Misa Myrtle Meadows, litlng H. G. Crabtree bought a tneO Unconquerable lnc''natlon. ovnr iiMurd the Levee,- is visit-.m- i registered Jersey cow on gb Mr. Fred Blackburn returned home at Mt. "I don't see way men insistthoughtrelative about Beech Grove Sterling Monday and inc to war," commented the Saturday from Frankfort and Lexing in bringing ful woman. "Well' said the querut ton where he has. been engaged for the iu Lee county. her home uearlv lost her at the ious one, "it seems like some mea past week on a committee from the would so almost Brodhead-Garvemill. The stay home." anywhore rather than Fon Sale: One five year-olState University and the Agricultural Hoard to arrange a method of using mare, and a three year-olmule. animal became frightened when the fund which is to be Apply to Mrs. Nannie Pryor, Hearing the mill ttnri jumped into deviited to work in the interest of the the river, going under the boom 2t SpoiH Spriuu, Ky "Hie Committee farmers of the State and swimming about for some worked out a program and submitted R D. RatiiHey. of Winchester, time before being brought out to Gov. Stanley for his approval it by Mr. (Jrabtree''s "on and Paul Although Mr. Mlackburn is one of the who was here on business Thurs youngest men on the State Board of day, was a pleasant caller this Tipton. Agriculture, he is frequently selected d tt d Smith-Lever Quite a number from here at. tended the play at Clay City Saturday night i n which Ten was played Nights in a b local talent. The house was packed, and all tjioroiiahly enjoy ed it. Among those who attend od from here were: Robt. Mor ris, .James Chauey. Donald Bo han'on, Guy Crowe, Virgil Mar tin, John and Roy Shackelford, Herbert Jones, Troy Profit, Har vey and Henrv Daniels, Georsre and Holt Dericksmi, Abner Snow den, the Williams brothers, Char- ie Crowe. Zeke Bnishear' and MifiS"s Nora Martin, Nora John i ami Mtinie Dericksou Bar-room F. Hatton, of Bowen, was You cannot use anything bethero Wednesday. Ben is quite Harry L. Russell was at ST. olatod over having secured the ter for your child's cough and Helens Tuesday, contract to carry the mail from eold than Dr. King's New DisBowen to Pilot. The distance covery. It is prepared from Pine Mrs. G. Hack worth visited her is about ten miles and the con- Tar mixed with healing and soothing' balsams. It does not sister, Mrs. C. F. Tomlin.on, at sideration 4550 per year. Nadu, this week. contain anything harmful and is Ben Mastin, of near Walters-vill- 8ightly laxative, just enough to Mrs. H. H. Pherigo and childhas rented his farm and expel the poisons from the sysren spent a fow days this week will move to Ohio He tem. Dr. King's New Discovery shortly. wi h her paronts near West Bend. wilt have a sale of household is untiseptic kills the cold germs raises the nhlem loosens the goods ued stock on March 2. Mr. Mrs. T. G. White and little son Mastin is one of our good citizens "cough nnd soothes the irritation. Beverly, returned Thursday from Don't put off treatment. Coughs Winchester, where they visited that we hate to see leave Powell often lead to serious lung trou-blecounty. relatives for u few days. It irf also srooil for adults The boys about town are be- and the aged Gh a bottle toof StanMiss Hattiu Hardwick, ton, spent Sunday as the guest of ginning to lee' i ne call of spring, day. All DruggistMiss Lulu Johnson, and attended nnd a meeting will be calldd this the play at the Christian church. week to arrange for a baseball Watte of Public With the team for this season. One minor waste of the public fundi Mr. and Mrs. Munday Baxter, material we have iu town there la called to- mind by h way a man. ' of Winchester, spent a few days is no reason why we should not who once belonged to congress or the legislature uses official stationery for last week with Mr. and Mrs. A. have a ball team that would tke rest of his natural life. Oala State Journal. C. Barnes. draw crowds to the games. e, s. di. D. R. Daniel shipped a car of cattlo Monday. For Children's Cough 7-- swSaTinni mm Good .Market at flit. Sterling K0 A number from here attended tho couttdny sales at Mt. Sterling Monday, ami from the reports brought the Lamp Oil that home than ctc.ir,teiuly light. Iimaro tl.li by rotting tbe oil tint tmnu clear and clean without u flicker down tn the last drop. crmle oil refined to Co-no nun thin the Inferior Unkwaunn oil wives, MONEY uvea WORK ave ere. Your hm SOUTH Oil. Iu Dirr-direct from our works. ftnthlnc- - l $250. back It was the best market tiny for some time Mules were said to be very plentiful and of good quality, and prices were high. Dick Lyons of Menifee, sold a pair of nice ones at S400, and they changed hand three times afterward, titan increase each time, and several other pair brought over v iaves Eyes mnra (mnnriRTit i th. Horses wero very plentiful, but prices seemed to be off a little on them J. H. Knton took two over, but was unable to fet. satisfactory price for them and brought them home. It. 0 Hull bought twenty head of nice feeders, nnd Hoht. Coulee also did a little trading both in cattle and mule. Ciias. C. Stol! Oil Co. . Lexington, Ky. Rofln-T- y at Warren, Fa. Wo teU the celebrated "No Carl Auto Oil Leasing Oil Land Mothers use Tar-Hone- Contracting Brick Layws.--N- o job tee !argeNene teo small Estimates Furnished Satisfaction Guaranteed irritatiqu, Pine Tar cuts the mound which ho purchased last phlegm, thus reliovingcongpstion fall. Pino Tar also acts us an antisept ic, as a result general relief fol. The play, "Ten Nights iu A (owe. Breathing becomes easier Barroom," presented at the and further inflammation is Christian church Saturday night. Insist on Dr. Bell's Pino was a decided success, aud tho Tar- - Honey. It is an idoal treat 8a mo company will' go to Stan meat. Price 25c. J ton Saturday to put it on there. d. For your ld, for your cough, A. O. for your feverish tnroat. nose living in and head, use Dr. Bell's Pino borhood Honey soothes the this wook y. An oil operator, whose name wo were unablo to learn, was here one day .this week and leased about 2,600 acres of land between hero and Stanton, in tho neighborhood of Hardwicks Creek, for drilling purposes. His machine is at present located nt Canoy, whore" ho has sunk: several wells and it will bo Barnes, who has been brought hero at once and drilling eom the Darlingsvile neigh monccd within two weeks. It is probfor somo time, leaves able that tho first hole will bo gunk on for the farm near Iron,-- the farm of S. G Baker. freyS Yermii iuj tac uwurm A S2fe,e!d fashioned 5ctr:nly-fivo remedy for worm FOR SALE Seven room house with nine acres of land in lower end of town. Good woM and springs and two For further good stock barns. particulars and price see Matt AjmIqiTmm) Firs VERMIFUOSctn offr yoa. vj WUcp jCcrpa ltVJ-;rieBKu- uki u the liit L yeiri crnlinu-o- ui 3 r S3 It i tr.a bo cm turpy 2St. a Lot! a youi u tmi tt jf.ufdcjtr CfU rut. trad4hu nan aoj oa't SKity fit. B if atuco aej ua cJ fvi Lit. E. 73 q& S. FREY, HALTIMOKE, HD. .. 1