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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): March 9, 1916 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1916 cla1916030901_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.): March 9, 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. Burs; hsr J E stc- -4 . CLAY CITY TIMES ; P. O'MARA, Editor i ' M We are Here .to Help Clay Ctty, By Surreundlnn, Country and Ourselves. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. VOL. XXI. v r ' i, -- " , CLAY CITY", KY., THTJJiSDAY ., . m MARCH 9. 1916. NO, JO and nephew, and other friends before work at the Christian church last Tuesday night. A good sized crowd hean (By P. 0. Dcrthick.) He. him in spito of tho bad weather. Lennle Crowe, wife and dauahtcr. also spoke at Torrent on the following 1 e. are visiting in Paris this weck 8. U. After a few weeks of quiet we Rov. O. J.'Younc. of Rich Berry of Conway, is taking his place Thursday night to a houso "chock" In' spite of the disagreeable to full, and wa thoroughly enjoyed. the scarcity of steel for con will, preach at the Chris while he is away. weather which kept many from st ruction purposes, the Pearslte mond, B. F. Kincaid of Clay City was hore tian church the urd Saturday and .jttendingtno lots in the Newell Co. starts up again Virlin Snowden made a flying trip merchants. nexweek ounaay in mutch. L,ei an como. home from Middletown, Sunday, look Tuesday calling on our & Drum Co. He addition which were put on sate with-a- ' full foroe of employees. is trveling for the Oil of ing after some business interest. Hu Toledo, O., and incidently doing a lit Henry Tipton was In Clay City, Wednesday by ,he Phillips, Wfest " It is said that the company will returnedto work Monday. tle electioneering for his race for Sher Broy Realty Co., all aplcf in employ many more men than w,as Wednesday. Ben is 0. clean Will Marcum, who was in school, but iff of Powell county. quick time, the entire i20 lots Prof. Ritchie;, was in Lexington on at first uitended and we. jjre business hut Saturday. who bus been holding some meetings man and would make n good Sheriff, being taken up 'in about, three and he sure could handle a prisoner in the country, While assured that the manufacture.)?; Jack Hanks of Lombard was here on in Owsley county,returned to his home once ho got hold of him he is strong hours of actual Belling. Tuesday. full blast dyes tuffs will go ahead enough for any of them. business one day last week. the qrowdwas not as large as exin an. effort to keep up with the Elsie Vance was knocked down while pected, the. ddjng. ,waB brisk This community was shocked to learn Morgan Lyle lind R. O. Hall made a two young men were scuffling at the orders tnat have ueeu pouring in and joverul buyers took advant- This will be gpod news to.overy business trip to Lexington, Wednesday college one day last week and she re- of the sudden death of Mr. Green Spur-loc- k with heart trouble last' Friday age of'the opportunity 'to, secure ceived a bad cut on the forehead. citizen here, many of whom Jim Chaney Jim Atkinson morning. Ho was here in Stanton the a block of several lots togethor. were disappointed when the plant a flying trip toand City one daymade (Jlay this. Mrs. Kate Bohannon will iittond the Monday before attending Fiscal Court 1 The auctioneer, R. E- - Phillips, laid off nearly all tbeir men., a week. Eastern Kentucky Division of tho Su of which he wus a member. The burial and. the fact that few. weeks ago when , cried the sale, it became Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hale of Greys perintendents' Convocation at Rich- was in 'the cemetery at Stanton, and a host of friends from Nada, Lombard the. crowd followed him all over impossible for-- the company to Branch were here on Thursday of last mond the latter part of this week. and other parts of the county attended the grounds in. the blizzard that obtain the necessary steel for week. . On next Tuesday the County Board the funeral and paid him their last re was raging is "sufficient proof of their construction work Virgil Fraiierf is working in Middle- - of Education will meet here to make spects. any charge of those who want to be town, O., and getting good pay for his hia power ua a spellbinder. moved from one school district to anThe women of town will hold a din work. Following is v list of the buy-Kau- d other. ner, probably at the court-hou011 Commission Mrs. James Ewen visited her daugh the prices paid:' the first day of circuit court. The dinMiss Olema Anderson of Rosslynand Amount ter, Mrs. Margaret Oldham, in Win a Mr. Lear were married one day last ner will be for the purpose of helping Gets Seventh. Avenue: chester hut week. raise money for tho cemetery fence. week by Rev. Bird of Winchester. The D. U. Dnlel, 4 lota at (31 each C. Maniey. is in Lexington on ceremony was performed at th home The writer winhes to sny that by the 16 AI. P. 0.'Mara,2at After utueuriiiii: it until i' read time t ic eader r ads tliis. the fence .T. W. Henaricks,.2 at $27 5,000 a year fur two years in business, this week puichasing supplies of the bride. will have tvi'it ordered for the ceme for the dormitory. Russell, 13 at 22 Harry stead of $20,000 a year for four P. B. Christian of Columbus, Qhio, tery. A great iuun people have hesi J B. Eaton, corner lot at (61 and ad- - years, the House last week pass Mr and Mrs Joe Ilolman huve them spent two weeks with his sister, Mrs. tated to give toward this worthy cause joining one at $26. baby, it having arrived Vance, of across the river. He return- because they were afraid that, the ed.'by a vote of 55 to 29, the Illit a brand-noago Eighth Avenue; ed Sunday with his nephew, Dean, who' fence would not be bought, but we nre eracy Commission Appriipriation about a week going to have the fence. There will be K. L. Shimfettel, 4 at $95 and 6 at CO will stny awhile in Ohio. Mrs. J. M. Welch is visiting her Bill. The opposition "to the 1U posts t" buy and the work of putting it $3 and 4 at 17 DrMania.i'at Mrs. Anna Sewcll of Jackson stoDbcd up. So let us all get to work and put ,v?asdue.. to, the. lefioi in jje ! daughter. mMrs. Brownlow Thompson, . n.. .- . t, "i'ruifliWicKAtTilre:veiTrbo4y patron state" treasury anu nr to iinv M Adeline-HazelrigHardwicki one day last week. Sha had ize this dinner that we might' help iss. and Mr. Haz W.J. Mounts, 4 at lack of recognition of the value been vioituig her sifter who is sick in complete the fund needed. .Sam Cafr, 18 at (18 of the work, - although some of el rigg and Mrs. Mattie Kern, of Cluy one of the hospitals at Lexington. City, were here visiting, Tuesday of Ninth Avenue Richard Crowe has returned Iioiuh the Representative went; on reo-oi- d this week. Rev. Win. Kirk and Will Marcum .Mrs. J. Russell. 3 at 47.50 and 1 at 25 as being. 'Opposed to the eduhave closed a meeting they were hold- from Kimbcrlin Heights. It is rumorMrs. Lucy Jackson left Saturday for T. 1. Mounts, 15 a4, (15 cation of adult illiterates, hold Louisville when' she will visit her sou ing at Lino Grove in Olark-cBro. ed that Richard is married to a Miss AUaleno Hazelrigg, one at 17 Kirk preached Sunday night at the Mabel Johnson, of Knoxville, Tcnn. iug that public education should She is u niece of Pres. Ashley .Tohnsn 1 .loe Clark, 4 at 18 People's Mission in Lexington. be confined to children. of Johnson's Bible College at Kimber-- I Emereon Coulee, ta at 10.50 Charley and Roy Stephens or Thomp in Heights. The great work that has been Richard won't deny tno A.M. BurgherJ J at 20 sons Station, were here over Sunday, marringe. and blushes furiously when c. E. White. 4"ataa carried on bv Mrs, Cora WiUon visiting among kin people. Roy came cornered up. The writer got him so M. P. Q'Marr2at25 Stewart certainly merited a more 1). It. Daniel, 2at 41 to see how Miss Alene Snortden was tight Sunday that ho is publishing it generous, support' by the House, getting along and found things quite as news of intense interest to every Kejly McUulrd.- -l at ISO and 1 at 83. but in view of the condition of body in Stanton. And then he was out favorable. The hi.heet brice paid was for the State treasury, the sum grant-e- d looking aft to Bill Johnson's saw-mil- l' Hon. Kelly Kash and Sam McGuire er some lumber to build, with. Wh t the comer lot near the Oak' was probably the best that were hero on legal business this week. would he want with lumber but fur a during, which Kelly McUuire got could be done at this time. Commonwealth of Kentucky Kelly says they are holding a fine court little cottage to live in? From hor .. tor $180, after some spirited' Powell County at Campton this term und that they picture,, which he carries close to bin The. entire sale averaged In tho matter of petition of R. 0. are making it hard living for tho boot heart, slie will be a lovely addition to PREJkCHBfG ON SUNDAY ji bout $30 a lot, which, considerHall and 140 and more othors: leggers and blind' tiger men. our town and she will be received with NOTICE OF ELECTION ing thejdieugreeub'lo day, was a welcnmo when she comes which, again Bro. Cleo Purviy will fill his Miss Margaret Norton was given a very good averager With the regular appointment You will take notice that on tho 7th birthday party Tuesday night. As rutnor says, will not be in tho far futthis exception of Kelly McUuire, all Christian church here Sunday. day of .February, 1010. tho County is written 'before the event rainooff, ure. And now that tho cat is thus fur of Powell County, Kentucky, tlu purchasers were local people, His subject for the morning ser Court petition, ordered and directed an the writer cannot tcl who ail attended ; out of tho bug it's time for congratuupon lations. and by the eagerness with which vice will be MWhat a Balky mule. election to be held In each and every but we suppose all the young people There will be a musical recital at the town. Margaret Is popular with 1 icy bid they'showed their fafth and u Lazy Man can do," and voting precinct in said county and of college on the night of Mar. 17th. Mis.i them all. between the hours of Q a. m. and in their town. for the evening service "Did the state, Evans will have charge of this. She 4, p. m., on Monday, the Tenth day of Roy Roadruck of Louisville gave a .Jisa Ruth Moore drew t ho Whale Swallow Jonah?" A cor. April, 1016, at the regular voting places Continued on lost page lucky number at the close of thq dial invitation is extended to all therein, by the officers of tho regular splendid address on Sunday School , to attend these, services. !ie, and drew the free lot. November election, at which time and places there will bo submitted f the legally qualified voters of said pre 2 cincts in said county, the following question, in tho following substance and form, to wit: Are vou in favor of ) lisulnc Forty Thou-- ) sand Dollnrs ((40.-- ) 000) in bonds, for ) Ypu can save a nice sum by We the purposo 9 ( ) building roads and ) them. us Meal Ticket, NO bridges in Powell) possible county Kentucky? ). i Said bonds, if issued, to bear interest at a rate not to exceed livo per centum' per annum, with coupons attached! bonds to be In payable denominations of not less than one hundred nor mora than live hundred Good, Home Cooked Meals, and Quick Service. fresh, dollars each, to run not less than live than thirty years, redeem uorinore Orders. Lunches Give able within that time at tho pleasure of the Fiscal Court, and to bo sold at not Ipsa than par value and accrued Interest, i y Witness my hand this 21st day of Lots Brinr Fair Prices Pearslte Company Opens Again Arid Sell in Short Time STANTON. returning home. Illiteracy e, Small i.i-v.- w . . 1a o. NOTICE of ELECTION bid-ding- at the SAVE MONEY fek A Square Deal. buying abput vesD Te Home Restaurant. Prop. aim to treat our customers in the best manner and to give them a square deal. semi-annuall- y, Oup Stock us a Is clean and and our prices are and Short right. trial - A; F. Johnson, Clay 'City, Ky. Fob-rusr- Henpy Waldron - 1916. II, T. DEUICKSON, Sheriff of Powell County. ' 7 - WALTERS V I LLE, KENTUCKY Kentucky. t !' THE TIMES. Mornings Are Happiest Hours Get the Spirit of, the Early Day Into Your Being Are rou orient and nanny tho mornings? Catarrh is tho great American ailment. Its effects are far more general, than usually are under stood. Catarrhal of the stomach and. kidneys is a most frequent cause of chronic d vspcnsiu and Brights disease. Catarrhal con ditions in the noso and throat in many cnseB. leads to deafness. Even tho lungs arc affected be cause 'catarrhal Inflamntinn finds art opcu way to the lung substan - For Good Bartering Try THE WINCHESTER BANK, of "Winchester, Ky. CLEANING I anu-eadyl- AND PRESSING. A. P. Johnson In the old stand, next to the Red River Hotel. dii your cleat... CapitakStock Surplus and Undivided -- $100,000 $200,000 A Democratic Newspaper Jroflti ing and. Pressing.. Good work guaranteed and charaes reasonOrders left with J. Bloom will receive prompt attention, t able. JAMES WILLIAMS " Eighteen Years Old The Best Weekly in this. Section. M. P. O'Mara Entered a3 second-clas- s er, at tbo Post Office Ky., undor tho Act Shampaeing and Scalp Treatment N. Holly Withcrapoon, President. Cashier. W. R. Sphar m VOUR ACCOUNT SOLICITED. POWELL I JACKSOK kTX. .kkkV. .kkkV .kkkW .kkkV kkkV Editor mail mattClay City, at of Congress of Writers of all Kinds of Fire, Life, Tornado, Lightning and Hall Insurance.. We are also afents for the Illinois Surety Company and are pre? pared to do a general Bonding business. POWELL & JACKSON Sam W. Powell Winchester Linville Jackson Kentucky Office In Court' House. pfepoi kkkm. .kkkW.kkkm..kkkm..kkkmkkkmT Oittofi " h WO 'aqnoi moK joj A" ino-tuo- M Sum? 'moA Suidjaq toaq sbij anraX Xjjtj train; ajotu joj uatuow March 3. 1879. A HOME-MADE PAPER. MAR. 9. 191G jnrinQ SujAi) u OJsjin s louuto rioX ' 'ai'ubi r.UBUioA at 'tnpJBQ p&u noX jcin su3js 'Oiqntoj -pajt usuioM 6 susjs sins ait: 4op 's3uodi , ssausnoAJOU 'aqoc opjs 'aqoBjjDcq 'aiprpeoH ..pooa out saop steAjB n pin?. ap ji THURSDAY, Our Republican friends took great pleasure laot year in calling: attention to the Dethnc'rtic convention at Louisville when Sena tor Beckham upset the spirit, of harmony by his remarks, but we notice that they are keeping pretty quiet about the "ructions" that occurred at their own conventions lately. The negro vote Was the cause of the trouble there as the 85 000 negro voters of the Stato were only allowed one representative with half a vote, for the National Oonvcntinn at ChiThe negroes cago next June. clammored for a full vote, and when it was refused, threatened reprisals at the election. Edwin "P. Morrow, he whom the negroes so nearly elected lust fall, got very dramatic during the course of the convention, and offered to stay at home and allow a negro Vo go in his place to the convention. His sacrifice was not al lowed, however, by other members of the party. The question in. what will the negroes do? The Democrats have no claim on theui. and if they refuse to vote the Republican ticket they will be like Teddy, without a party, and may have to start one of through the bronchial tubes. If you are not bricht, cheerful and refreshed in the mornings, TREES. catarrh is probablv tho cause. physical contrees, and Oraumentul Fruit The mental and ufTerers is pit- Shrubs, Grape Vines, Rhubarb, Asdition of catarrh iable but it is. surprising how paragus, Peonies, Phlox, Roses, etc. many people sulfur from catarrh EVKHY THING FOR ORCHARD. wheu they fully believe some- LAWN AND GARDEN. thing else is the cause. Catarrh can bo easily detected. NO AGENTS FREE CATALOGS Some of its commonest symptoms H. F. Hillenmeyer & Bona. are: dull, throbbing headaulios, Lexington, Ky. watery eyes,, constant suiflltng, dropping o f mucous into the throat at night and awakeuing choked and half nauseated, sleepFor fine Watch and Clock lessness, dizziness, full head, REPAIRING stopped up nasal passages, drypain in ness of the membranes, ofeany work in my line, I will the stomach, side aud kidney rebe glad to haveyou call on me gion, faulty digestion, bad breath and coated tongue. S. V. LARISON Tatllac was created particularly to combat catarrh. Thousands Clay City, Kentucky are testifying daily that Taulao hac fulfilled its mission. Taulao may now be obtained in McGuire's Clay City at Eaton and in Stautou at Hardwick & WHEN YOU WANT explainCo. '8 where its merits are A SHAVE OR HAIR CUT ed fully. OR ANY ATTENTION DRUfJQISTS-STOR- djuox sumuoA!L din 1 JsAa iisfM't jo)gm 3jq' b utii sir jpM stf Uliu e op 'moU pun 'spunod sg paupjS jfJOMOsnoq uoos i UEUiOA Av3U. oh 193) o) ucSsq i 'npiCQ-83())Oq 33.110 3UJ5JBJ JD)V iOA3Sn01 Aui o Xuc op 0) 9qe Xjpjuq sav 'sui (t pnoA uicd suj )q3nQtf) I fpcq os pnq pjnoAv pesq pun ypvq Xuf jnpjB3 osn o ueSsq ojojag,, t jsimn sAbs aiis S.trCUlOM 3Uj '"PJeO ltM 3DU3UDOX3 J3l JO ZUJJUAN 9At3 ppiOM ucuiom Suuajjns to , UJ 4,AI 'SJIiW UOJJJQ 10 'SPQO BJUBAjAS 'Sift SABS" TEN YEARS AGO jWhat did you think you would he worth" today? Didn't have much idea, did you? But you were sure you would be pretty well fixed financially. TONSORIAL WORK CALL ON H. H. FHBRK30. 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? KEEPERS An exclusive Tanlac aacat i E thair own. Mr. Wilson has had more than tile usual amount of trouble in look in;: nfter the iutfrfstH f the United States in the present Not only havf the Republicans tried to hamper him in every possible way, but some mem bers of his own party have not hesitated to seek the phvsiologic al moment to "start sometliini:" that they hoped would embarrass the President and redound ti their owd good in future pnlir i ml efforts. The members of his Cabinet have nut always stood behind him as they should and every effort has been ninde ti cause him trouble, but such is the faith of the AmeritvMi people as a nation, in our President, that public opinion has always upheld him in his actions, and thoy have had no cause yet to cri-pt". wasted t-- In every town, village-an- cross road in this county, particulars and advertlslaz plans address Cooper fledlclne Company, Dayton, Ohio. DRINK Tne President has been having a lively time with Congress Into-v- , in his effort to handle the European war situation in a man-- ! ner that would uphold the dicni y or the country anil still not plunge us into the mix-uuuross the water. President Wilson has shown by his handling of the nc cute situation that has existed for some time wih Germany, that he is adsnlutely capable, both of looking after the inter ests of the United Slates in the war zone, aud of keeping the country out of the war. p r TRACY It should have been yotir first lesson ft STOKELY Clay City National Bank Pays 3 per cent compound terest on SAVINGS in- Real Estate and Insurance. We Buy and Sell Farm and City Property of all kinds. We have somo nice farms in Clark and adjoining, counties for sale or rent. Writo us what you want. We write-a- ll kinds of Insurance. TRACY AND STOKELY. Office, Main Street, Winchester, Ky. STANTON . COLLEGE, KY. reirrot it. Senator Gore's action in to (Jongress the story of what "he had been told" the President ha'd suld at a meeting, created a sensation in the Senate and brought down a Mjrnt,0f .wrath r lowing, day he introduced a redo lutlon. fn tho SOnate to the ef fect that Americans shonjd be warned not to travel on the high Bens, but jtrvvaj tabled by a decisive vqto of 08 toll, showing that tho Senators, as h body, that Wilson cart "paddle Wty Bue Veils Are Best hia own canoo" ih the waters of Blue veils preserve the complexton, diplomacy, without endaugerlBg because they diminish the effect ot the standing of the United StHtw.' the scorching rays of light Great Essayist's Pseudonym. Joseph Addison, ibe English essay. Colds Quickly Relieved 1st used the oaeudonym "Clio." When he wrote a manuscript In the city lis annotated with a MC;" when In LonMany people cough arvlcougli don, ML;M when In Islington, where he from the beginning of Fall right. Hved, "V and when In his office, "O." through to Spring. Others uetuold the whole spelling Clio. after cold, Take Dr. King's Now Discovery aol you will get almost Whv Bad Eye Eicane. There alibi for a, bad tyo. Still. .immediate rower, your it a ioi u people never look as nigh as cold, stops ihti racking, ciieoKs tisrasping, the eyes. They stop at tho diamond la the scarfpln. Irvln 8. Cobb In the sue tearing cough, heats the infla. Saturday Evening Post mation, roothes tho raw tubes. Easy to taki, Antiseptic and Ileal, lug. Get a 5Qc. bottjp of Dr. It's a Bad Policy. It you wero raised to wash your face King's Now Discovery lnd keep kt the hydrsut. dea't marry Into a 8a-ie- r It in tho house. is. pcrtainly bowl family. Galveston News. a great mo licino andjl keep a bot- - STANTON, Student Admitted at Any Timet One of the Best Schools jn1 Kentucky. Courses in Agriculture and 'Domestic Science. Review Cluiet in the Common Branehc . lj will be Concluded throughout the, Tjcrro. By paving part of their Expenses in ?otk, Students may gc Rates ,at the Dormitory as! low! as $l.5o per Week. ' . 'It '. 4lor Ipfoxmafi ypt9 to' tlo of if continually fin hand," writes V. 0. ossoman, Franconin, N. IT. Monoy back" if not satis fied but it nearly always helps. Rev. J. C. Hanley, President, Stanton, Ky. PILOT moved to Gape Greek. .. REMOVED HEART OF CHOPIN Rua-alan- John Edwards of this place has Before Evacuation of Warsaw a Bora.trK'tho wifp Sparky .a lp-pqu- nd Saw That Prized Relic of Musician Waa In Safety. Jleforo evacuating Warsaw the Russians removed from the Church of the Holy Cross the heart of the great musician, Chopin. Chopin left Poland to seek his fortune in pore favored lands in 1830, and was kept in exile by circumstances till his death in Paris. Chaise "His bodjt, rests, in Perc-L- n cemetery,, sprinkled with Polish earth. Hi's heart was sent back to Warsaw to speak of his l6ve for tor tured Poland and to inspire his coiu trymen to hope and resolution; says the Glasgow Herald. " " His letters to his parents were de- stroyed by the soldiers of General Berg in 18G3 in the sacking of the, house in which they were stored. Parjs.8warmed with Polish refugees, and Chopin found many friends' among them. .Liszt tells us he was a pure, generous, good and compassionate man, filled with-- single the love of country. "But the man Chopin was very reserved, and the not inconsiderable Chopin literature does not bring us into anything like close touch with him. Only as a musician could he unburden his heart freely to all the world. In knowing his music we know Poland," says the article quoted above a boy. Rdecoe Baker wbo has been in Teuucpaee for awhile, has return )'; 9 9 z I z homo. Spencer of Estill has moved to the. house vacated by John Tom; Kiyvar'd8. -- t ? Y HARD WICK & COMPANY Semi-Annu- al Clearance Sale. al . , . ' ' : " Hester 'Yeary an d' daughter piid a Visit .to bor brother,. T.( A. . floll, Monday. Mr8.,Marj E; Ahibury tof jjhja; placo i s planning t o- s t a r t t o Michigan this week. ;E. M. Rogers and family have ;:one to Iudiana where tbey will iufiko their home for awhio. - Now is the time and this is the place to save money on your purchases. Our semi-annuclearance sale is There has been groat excite-men- t about oil in these porta but it. has .cooled somewhat in, the. past few days. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Oaks are all Miiiiles over the appearance of a line grand daughter at the home of John Wiso. t Ernest Stamper killed a large i.ijke oti the farm of T. A. Hull lust "week. The lizards seemed to- think-- ;that spring was here, but' L guesa the snnw the other day ptitlheni back awhile. GIRLS - ' t t t f z Y 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 thm till next Fall and Winter. t ' seiir-time- nt, ? I X T-- z . ' z X. Below is a list of the lines on which have made the greatest cuts: You who appreciate bargains, listen, for have nit z z IN THE PROFESSIONS So CALLOWAY'S OKIES. (Too late for last week.) Very Few Take Their Occupations as Likely to Be the Work of a Lifetime. Mary Cholmondeley once wittily said that a man looks tolnrantly upon list. friendships between girls, because he says to himself,. "Occupy until I Oharley Tyree is preparing to come." Jiuild on his farm this spring. The same might be said with even' Mrs. Laura Masters visited her greater truth about a man's view of liruther, 0. F.Mnsters, last week. a girl's work and about her own view of it, for that' matter; Mrs. J. J. Margisnn and daush As long as. marriage is at any rate itr Dora, visited Mrs. Oscar Bow- a possibility, and ns long as the prejman, Saturday. udice against a woman's continuing her professional career after marMrs. Sarildn Shepherd and Mr. riage prevails, very fsw women will Hie Hunt were married at Rich-niorlake their professions as Berioualy as Feb. 21. a man takes his. Moreover, and this is even more Richard Stone, of Kimbrell. important, very few parents will take m:ide a call at J. J. Margison's the preparation of their daughters Sunday afternoon. for professional life as seriously as Fred and Robert Witt were they take the preparation of their I I z on Queen Quality cut the price r patent leather shoes . for women. patent leather shoes for men and on all other brands of patent leather shoes for women, half-in-tw- o Walk-Ove- X z J. J. Miirgison is on the sick misses and boys, Also on a lot of womens, wo- ? X misses and boys gun metal and tan shoes, T 2 f 9 A. T mens, misses and boys rubbers overshoes, 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. Are also making large cuts on a lot of dry goods, mens and boys leggins, mens, womens d, ? T y and boys sweaters, mens and boys hats, dress caps and work caps, mens two piece suits of Wrights Health underwear, womens neckwear, As a rule girls arc not encouraged to consider what they will bo while i Virgil Alcorn, who had a 6alo they arc children, whereas a father jmkI planned to go to Dayron, and mother will talk to a boy about Ohio, has decided now to stay on his future profession when he is only ten or twelve years old. hi? father's farm. He says is good enough for him. SHIRT 8LEEVE8. Ken-iiifck- the guests of their cousins, Nellie ;uiil Dora Margison, Sunday. sons. y t f X Y Y wool and cotton dress goods, mens corduroy pants and work suits, boys over coats. i t t v T Y dio "Do you believe in 'Why Men Don't Wed. plomacy V Oar fair young friend Chlorlnda "I don't know what it is," replied says the failure of aome women tt citizen, "when a fctt married may tie attributed to 'the the sardonic fact that they don't atop talking long man's in his shirt sleeves he may enough to give a man a chance tc have taken his coat off because he's propose. New. Orleans States. willing to light or because he wants to appear cool and comfortable." shirt-elecv- IMPORTANT CONSIDERATION. Mothers "Poverty," said Mr. Dustin Stax, "is no disgrace. "No." replied Mr. Growchcr. "Poverty is like wealth in one way The amount of respect attached to it depends entirely on how you came by t f t Y Hardwick & Co STANTON' T f X Y KENTUCKY T it." QUITE YOUTHFUL THEN, verMmree For Y I I '0$ 5 4 kl 1 the Children t- warns. yoir contio. ;cHi.'dy for if -. ( "The Widow Jimpson carries her age well. "She certainly does. And when she goes out on a joy ride, by jinks, sho seems to leave it behind her en ivje b iLe bait lettimonitl iKVS VERMIFUGE cm rtirelyr BIRD always nnK"V1iv wear a lald vest?" Harley "To keep a check oa lus siomaca, avyiwo. U x you. . V;erijUSlwyjlUi Wit iup iu -- t . . tth J hubby, 'W . Ixui. 1 (Mil JtUUftt. Of wij o iA yn iVf .urt h ttuacunhtivr ? Obvious. lines a fat IV i A - RICHMOND, tY. SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS .;.lWJNfl ,i- I f Kn. li :fe,&3 ..... ,k1 I . y. i4 w 4 ii Ml, i '.it,1.' vUSfS f:V ) i, Ai fi'N Two r.i't ,oK.Ui.tf Doiuml Klenuia tr nliifi ,c.-r.- i . a.: ; .1 , Inlrmieillale and Life Mti.t lu nil Fuhlta Schools of Ken- r.ml Kcvlew Courses. Tultloa touracii f E. S. FRKY. MP. BALTIMORE, Nat tha Same: "rull crew" did not ,Baea today, what tha same words meant 35 or M years ago. DallM News. i.f5'i 77 .i'H'',r,,t .t . dormitories, new uik nng, pracuro 'fl'"urv;.Ift ' ell equipped RCC1PC rOK CRAY HAIR. To hair pint of water add 1 es. nay Rutn. a atnall box ot Barbo Compound, and hi os. of Blyccrla. Apply to the hair twfc Nk ustll It become tit deelre! had. Any druUt can put thJa up or you can mix it at home at very Utile coat. Kull direct lone (or mtklnr and uae conic la each box ot Barbo Compound. It will cradually darken atreaked, faded cray halr, aad remorea dandrulT. It la excel, lent for fallln balr and will make haroh Aalr aoft and iiloeay. It will not color lv aealft la not atlcky or kreaiy, and doca uot rub ott. r ..f....; .... IVrm Xirnilirr 10 . VJ0i.V JS;uK5SM:L-- . li. i i'tal.$o lrt j. Bum mer School opens 1rm bKlns Teria Third . ciiAHBK, Old Fapen for Sale Times Office, at Tfcd Court l. Order ! Wedding Anniversary Miss Harriet Searles enter-taineat hdr home corner, Seventh Ave. & Eighth St. with a sevon-courdinner in honor of tho twenty-fourt- h wedding anniversary of her parents, Mr. nud Mrs. L. W. Searles. The list of invited guests was.cotnposed of tho members of tlio Pearsito Company organization. Dinner was served at- seven o'clock, with Mr. Ainsworth acting as Toastmaster, Mr. and Mrs. Searles, Mrs. Allen and Mr. Jordan, responding with toasts fitting the occasion. Later in tho evening the guests enjoyed several selections ren dered' by Mrs. Milton A. Allen and Dr. E. R. Merrill. The gueats departed after a d se . POWELL COUNTY COURT, February Term, 7th day of February, HMO. OUDElt In the matter of petition of It, C. ilall and 140 and more other?. Came C. Hall and 149 and more others, legal voters and owners of real cstato in this Powell County, Kentucky, on the 7th day of February, 1010, and lodged their petition with this court which saino was on said day filed by me as Judge of said court, and game now being considered, said petition is adjudged sufficient and proper, and it is further adjudged and ordered thnt there be held in each and every voting precinct in said Powell county, Kentucky, between tho hours of 6.00 a. m., and 4.00 p. m., on Monday, the 10th day f April, 1010, nn election to take the sense of the votcts upon the luetion as to whether or not the Fiscal court of said county shall issue bonds in the sum of Forty Thousand Dollars ($40,000.00), the proceeds of which shall be used for the purpose of building, constructing and reconstructing public roads and bridges. in said County; said bonds if issued, to bear interest at a rate not to exceed five percentumpor annum, with coupons and .attached, payable to be in denominations of not less than one hundred nor more than one thousand dollars each, and to run not less than five nor more than thirty years, redeemable within that time at the pleasure of the fiscal court, and not to be suld at less than pnr value. And the Sheriff of said County is di- rected to advertise 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 Court- ' house. In this election all legal voters of the County tnti vote, and the election shall lie held by the same officers who are appointed to hold the regular election. And the question to be submitted shall be printed upon all ballots in the following substance and form, to wit: Are you in favor of ( issuing fortv thous- - ( Yes and dollars ($40,000) ( in bonds, for the pur-- ( ( pose of building roads and bridges ( No in Powell County, ( Kentucky? A Copy, Attest : I. S. lloono, Clerk Powell County Court. semi-annuall- y, 10CAI NEWS D. n. Mathorly Wednesday. Buys .Good Farm Edwin Roao purchased week, the Mcdlock property, about 40 acres of lund, mostly within tho town limits. The tract is nearly all bottom land, and raises excellent crops. The price paid was not made public, Mr. Rose, also, sold to coin-prisin- 8TAHTOrf. (Continued from First Page) was hero Dr. Johnson, of Stanton, was down here Tuesday. 0. Moachem was down from Jackson over Sunday. O. - Mrs. B. Akers spent a few days in Lexington last weok. Emerson Conlee ia again able to bo out, after an illness of several days. The depot is being greatly im- rery pleasant and' enjoyable -- haa been : workingjiard to mnko tin a splendid eucceas nna wo trust there There will will bo a largo crowd out. be nn admission feo of ten cents; mI'ivo aro informed. This goca to defra; ex penses of books that wcroboiiRlit Jo keep up the musical course. Rain and snow; wind, thunder nml blizxardl Such hi arch' weather tt R. W. Garrett nboat llncros of seems wo are going to have plenty of land, in order to make it oasier it by tho way tho month la storting out. for both parties to fonce their Humors are flying thick and fast that-therproperty.v will bo another wedding OiU month. How about It, Goj? Wo hope eo and give jon our God Blcsa You, Wolte County in advance. To Vote on Prof. Hanley ia having several changes niado around the domitury that helps tho looks of the place wonA petition was filed in Wolfe derfully. Tho old County Court Monday, calling has been torn down and replacfor an election to issue bonds to ed by a large, now ont . The rubtii.U the extent of 150,000 for road lias been cleared away and other im building. One of tho magistrates provements are to bo made yet. g this Bonds ram-ahack- ic con!-hou- se proved by a new hardwood floor evening, wishing Mr. and Mrs. got the petition up, and bad no Searles many happy returns "of trouble in getting the required and other rowuirs. . the event. ThoBe present were: Ben Mustin left Wednesday for Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Searles, Ohio, where he' will'make his Mr. and Mrs. Milton H. Allen, homo for the present. Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Jordan, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. McCutuheon, ForSale. A tnare, four year Miss Harriet Searles, pond to work or old sound and Messrs. James Searles, H. D. Lewis Mnstin. drive. Ainsworth, A. R. Gould, Dr. E. J P. Crahtree, malinger of the R. Merrill, W. M. Lane, G. G. Heidelberg Grocery Co., was in MoOl u re, J. R. Gulluher, Joseph town last week on business. Atkins. -- number of names. Sentimeut there is very strong in favor of good roads and the first road will be built to connect with this be an add-ecounty. incentive for our voiers to vote the bond issue here on Apr. 10th, and meet the Wolfe county road. This-shoul- d d John G. White Sick Mr. John G. White, formerly postmaster at Winchester, and n White, of llii brother ofT-G- . oitv, has been seriously ill ..for 6ome time, and last weik was ta ken to Baltimore, Md., forjrrea- - ment by specialists. John Flinchem has moved from town to the Elzie Williams place at tha head of Skinner Hollow. Morris, formerly of bur now of Lexington, is visiting- - th- family of .!. G Rogers. George - this-plac- e Elder J. T. Turpin preached at Powells Valley church Saturday and Sunday. There wa, u s:o d attendance. .1 G. Rocprs and J. W. Hendricks have been repairing some hnncps bn'oneine n D. R. Daniel in Mechanicsvilte. TOWN BOARD MEETS The Town Board mot in regular session Friday niaht. In addiFor. tion to the regular routine business, the Board fixed the levy A suit was filed last week b for this year, making it SO cents Floyd Day against W. R. Sphar, for tho general fund and 25 cents rustee of the estate of the lute for tho school fund. John C. M. Day, Mayor D. T. li thick, of Winchester, and A Fine-BoLuther L ving. of Clay City, to compel them to hold 200 shares s Uncle Gus" Mnuutz, of of the Central'Mississippi Com feeling mighty Creek, is pany's stock The plaintiff stat fine thpse days and did not wait ed that the shares were commit to be asked the reason. Ho has ted ro the keeping of J. O. M a fine t, hoy, Hubert Day as security for a, debt, and who arrived early Thursday were later transferred to him morning. while he was ill. Mrs. Ringo Mrsr Sudie Rtngo died Tuesday afternoon ug or a short illnes. She was asplendid Christian woman who will ne greatly missed. She is survived by two daughters. Mrs. Laura Tracy aud Mrs. Leach; and two eons, John and Sam Ringo. The funeral wan held Tburaduy, the burial being at the Eaton graveyard. An-ni- e Suit Stock y Hard-wick- Dangera of Dratt 12-pou- Vin-cen- Mrs. Oarrio Groves has moved Clay City Construction ' Clay City, Ky. Co.. back. here from Falmouh, where she haa made her home for the She will stav with pas" year. her mother, Mr?. Jennie Russell. Mrs. W. H Ore-l- v o' Ahland, and;Miss Carrie Belle Berrv, visited their siter Mibs H. 'H. Pheneo, over Sunday. Miss Rer- rv i" travelintr renresentative for the Underwood Typewriter fjo. Peculiar Use for Granite. portions of Swltxerland The Domestic Art granite la ao plentiful that it la used for telegraph poles. at the Oitv School is lent work A class In, some At The School Contracting Brick Layers. No job too large None too small Estimates Furnished " Satisfaction Guaranteed FOR SALE Seven room house with nine acres of land in lower end of town. Good well and springs and two For further good stock barns. particulars and price see Matt Andersen. 31 7-- wreck occurred on the Mountain Oentrat Railroad Wednesday morninsr whi'e the train was cominrr from Campion A frio?ht ca to the Junction. was overturned nod narrowly es caped takine the pnseneflr co"h with it Tho damage done was very slight. 'at the Lamp Oil that paves Lyes Nnthlur U mora important In tho horns than r)er,eteart)' light. Itumro this by Retting tlia oil that buna clear and rlrnn without a flicker dowu to the last drop. erode oil reHned to urfocttin. OoU no mo-- e tnin the Inferior tank wasfon oll tares MO N BY uvea WO KK ravei eyea. Your okuW baa SOUTH Oil. In barrel direct from our work. Department doing excel in manual 'rniniii!! will start as soon a the supplies cmpe, and the boys and girls are very enthusiastic over their work, The classes will meet on Saturdays. The Priscilla Club met at the studio at the City School Saturday afternoon, and, after spend; iug several hours sewing, refreshments were served by Miss.. Stal lard. Those present were; Drafts feel best when we are hot and perspiring, just when they are most da.igerout) and the rejult if Neuralgia, Stiff Neck,. Sore or eometiiueri ah attack of Itr'suoh eHseaf.-plRheumatism. Itstimj-late- s Lutinibiit. Sloan's circulatiou tu the core and painful part. j'he1)ioud .flows freely and in a short time the tuiffuest ThoMt sufferinJJ and pain leatte. i head from Neuralgi.t or ache w.'ll find oiih or two applications of Sloan's LinimeuVWilLgive grateful relief The agonisuigtpain gives way to a tingling setisatJnn of comfort and warmth and quiet rest and sleep is possible. Good for Neurit's too. Price 25o. at your Druggist. Muh-cle- a y Neu-alg- Por Your Child's Cough If your child has a cold, nose runs or coughs much get a email bottle of Dr. Bell's Pine- - Car Hon Hon oy. It's a pleasant Pine-Ta- r oy syrup, just what children like tind just the medicino to 'oothe the After couch and check the eold. taking children stop fretting, sleep tjood and are soon entirely veil. Honey Insist on Dr. Bell's Pino-Ta- r 23o. at your Druggist. "Table Silencers." Large sheets of blotting paper raak Axcelleat "table silencers." The blot .era Hot only lessen the sound, but will Absorb any liquid which may change to be spilled upon the clotb. Chas. C. Stoll Oil Co. D. R. Daniel sustained a seLexington, Ky. vere injurv to nn of hi hands neflnery at Warren. Pa. Wa teU the celebrated "KoCarb" the other day, while aaaistinsr in Auto OH. putting up some boards at his One of the men wbb house. drvine n nnil while Mr, Daniel held the board in place, and a nail came thrnnch a board and tho State. pierced his hand, making a very ugly wound. The danger of throwing coal oil on a flro was illustrated a few MiaaR. V. Wallingford, of Par days ago when the house owned, is, has taken chargo of the Cen- by Burrell Akers narrowly esoap-e- d Oil thrown io destruction. tral Hotel at Winchester, having purchased the fittings from Mrs. the stove started tho soot burn-iug- , Luoy Bucknor, who has beonop- and sparks fell on the dry eratiug it for some time. Mrs. roof, starting an ugly blaze that Wallingford is well known up was put out with dilllculty. Tho the L & E. line, and will get a damage done necessitated u new I irge patronage from this end of roof on the building. Abbie Rogers, Dollv .Niblaok, Lucy Monrp, Mabel Martin, Mary Dr. Pennell.of Guerrant, Ky , Charles Lovinir, Helen Volmer, Arty Mcintosh, MissStallard and visited the Home last Saturday. Mrs. Stale. 'T h e Presbyterian Sunday A debate will ho held Friday School of Georgetown remember-oafternoon the subject beiuir: us with a check of t8.85jdur-iu"Resolved, That America was tho past week. Justified in Revolting from the Dora Patrick, formerly of the Mother Country. Home but now at Highland ColThe affirmative will bo taken brothand Lucy lege, Guerrant, visited her by Kelly Bowman er and sister over Sunday. Moore, aud the negative by Robert Kennon and Abbie. Rogers. Ah Ideal Spring Laxative A Mtiaic Program .will also bo d g ORPHANS' HOME ITEMS. given: Violin Hallie Rogers, Olarionotte Shelby Burgher, Song Irma Russell, Piano Lucy Moore.Grace Martin, Helen Vollmer, Lula Johu-- ; son and Fanuie Mae Sliimfessel. A good and time tried remedy is Dr. King's New Life Pills?'Thr first dose will movo your sluggish bowelB, stimulate the liver ami clear the system of waste and You owe it to blood impurities. to clear the By stem of. body yourself Loving and U Jeretandlng. winter, Dr. King's Now Life .PUN One whom I Mew Intimately, and at yoHFrful8l,8'- my wilt do It. whoee memer" 3 .erere, oaee la hearing remarked that. 'ualei we love people we cannot understand Blank deetls for sale at Thv them." 'fhta was a sew Itaht to me. Times office, 5 cents eaeh. Christina O. Koaeettt. poisons: aecumulated during' thw