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MOUDtZ Ha nw pfethod of cafe sv v k SMpe Hunting d ly a STANTON. (By P. CLDcrthick.) a IXat i8ery successful. hW a can ofVardiW that had opened And ftTfiton rised, blep aad by way of expernrwpt, put them in a rat trap that had been lying about the place1 for 'some time. Next morninu he w's more number tli an surprised to pnd of ruts in the. trap and tried the aanYe method again. In fnor nihtfl he caught JJ-- i biiiK in the trpv ar. ae time. Tnyi we think;, faja.record for a email wire trap. -- Je rats-relev- en therein, by the officers- - of the regular November elertion, nt which tlme'viirid pl&c h there wil be submitted the ccordingjtp plana which afce legaHy quaHSed Voters of said "pre- wen.unner way, in err win eRcinttt Jn ,nja the following sew irauea scnooi msirw rormea question. I Hie following i&.1;rVk county just nv.H.r the r ana lorni. n u n Am.yqu in fa,vor of fWeJt eiiujity line;- - Ai4te has isSuirig Forjy riiou.) juid dnriatjt for sand T.1 ijxit'O a)..) b'een selected .YES' Iri.lmnds, for J that purpose and l2,(XM) 'hit bee ' ) the purpow. ubscrhed by those livinsr'ltVi the. bulWlng.road and ) NO aeigh'borhood. The Clarar jloim bridces In .Pqwelll co.twcy KenturkyT. ) ty Board of Edncatiou wil Ifrlectl honds, if fwnied, to. bear Interest the exact location withi Bfe at a .rite not to exceed J wo ier centum diva, and work will he ei Rflum, wini cQHpana auiicueu, 'a to lie in ad'on the building a vooii one Bible. . Tk;,TiM lf":: w)fcl H h'f tiliPinHtiiinr'tvnoUleBtrwtHaii 'IScw Grtcftcl Sco A party of yong folks wont anipehutjlThg.Turaa'ay nlpht over, Circdit Court opons up next Monday. nodr tlie dim, and all the mom-her- s ii bf the crowd enjoyed the' It Judge Shackelford's lint term. sport imMeneelv. The one who Daddy Clark is in Breathitt this week eeej ail. the Tan was Jack on business. didn't CerriraonweaHb of Kentucky j Powell Ceafttj Gallalier, of the Pearsite etafi"; Herb HaH of Jackson was here TuesIn the. Matte of petition of R. 0. whli wareiected to hold the sack day on legal business. Ifdff niv 14ff4nd more others: and brina the frame Iwime. Junk .f. D Atkinson was in Clay City last NOTHJE OP ELECTION 1 " waS placed in u .hm location and c- - "unify wa in Lexington Uev-You will tke notice .that on the"7lh left tit nather in the came while day of February, 1916. the (Entity drove it to him, and he first of tht? week, on business. Court of Powell County. Kentucky! the others S. ' lilt? Ill", llll yJ. Ewerr made a business trip to upon petitloffTurdercd and directed an omcil. inillliui inches u lira t of this week. oleqtien to be1, held in each and every several hnijrs; after which he p&cinet in 'said 'county and was relieved bv other members Mrs;' Georgia Williams and Mamie, voWsff' tatebetwecrt the hours of 0 a. ni. and df 'the. party who became anx are visiting at Dr. Mansfield's this week. 4. p.jrt :, o'n Monday,, the Tenth day of' for hia safe'ty- April; 1918'; at tfiu regular' votlng.plaeea The writer aXtndcd the Ministerial , J ter-.th- Circuit Court Monday Association of Central Kentucky Lexington, Monday. ut suiist-anr- - Circuit' Court opens Monday nt Iast Saturday. Joun W. Williams Stanton wfth Judge Shackelford . Miss Enl-- i Webb of Lexinton visited eiitevt'iiii'-tiianv of his friend vrh a mi .the tor Iiih first term her grand mother Mrs. Anna Creed, hinhda.v dinner. 'Henry Williams 'id here. Tli docket is rather liuht frum Friday to Sunday. nui'isoii. Mrs. it.iiril and iUug..i. r. t ,iml Mrs (teorgi.i I'liompn'i re usual ffr the term. Mrs. Lith iiariiw and her daughter e Willie, of Indiana, are visiting with her amntm ilme frum out uf town. In-nt- h er-iha-o .ui. . hi tfoonei and daughtei, Ora, spent severul days with her parents at Mt Canaiin, Wiley Skidmore, is visiting her aunt. Mrs. W, It. Catron, this week. Pearl attended school here two years ago but sho has grown so fast that we hard); knew b.cr when we saw her. The writer was called to FIncastle to perform.a wedding ceremony Wednesday night. Oscar Gentry and Miss Morgan woro the happy couple. They hnve had .a hard time getting married, having met with parental objection till the girl became of age.. A. Lnnfrom and wife have returned homo to Chicago. They spent some six veeks with f. tf. Watso and eife of Mt. Canaan whi were both rick in bed when they left. Mrs Watson liav- ihg been slriously ill teveral weeks and not seeming to improve Miss Anna Clark made a flying trip to Cnmpton Junction last Satuday in the interest uf a school. We would like to drop a bee in some school trustee's ear that if you want a teacher of splendid character Hiul ability, you vould nut do better tlimi g'l Anna to te. ch your school. REPOHTjQF OF THE CLAY CJFX NATIONAL BANK. at Clay City,!(rtlie.biale at the'close'ofi'WsineBs KCES. the condition of Kentucky Marrh 7, 1U16 4217 nave iixi learni'd ! theuthers who sitter Mrs. Elite Smith. It as tlie ueeasii.n uf .nr. Mr,"and Mrs.' tiarlaii Swango, of rt'llliams 70th birthday.' ' The usual Morris Creek, are the proud parents of enjoyable time was had, and the tablo a new girl baby, at their home last .viis loaded down wit'i a world of good Thursday, , . things tu eat. May' he- have mn'ny t-- le lul.-d- . - r8Jiasej.,th't.eri i )0eho'o8 " thair'thfrty" years, rrdeem 'U S. boiidn Uemittlif d tasOi"" Fields, arid Kiddvllle. curecirculationrpurvnloe) 25,000,09 JHoPt of able, within Jthaf time at ther pieanure bf the. children form that neighbor-'Jfo- o the Fiscal .'ourtfand to be sold at not Securities other than U. 8i bonds 'not including . inter d .a'ttend the Winchester Jess than par valua and 'accfae stocks) owned unpledged 20,681.25 Ov.eif(!iiecuredv: elJOffl 64 at present. est. Witness my hand tliis21stday of Feb ruary Mod 0)1 Drills Here drilling outfit uf B A. fowl Bonniville arriyeif here .days aco andShax bef u unloaded and. made, ready for operation, The first well will porbably be sunk on the. farm of Squire We,lch ;orou thdtof S.jQ. Baker. Tlie Sheriff of Powell County. t Kentlicky. Subscription to tdi'-of Feuernl Reserve bank. $2,000 LeSs amount unpaid, 1,000 Bunking house, . .... Due from Federal Ueserve Uank Duo- - 1,00(1.00 1,000,00 2,600.00 from approved reserve' agents In Last week we made .a mall er New York, Chicago and St. ror in Hfatinir the'pricenf the lots Due 'from Luuis .... HUSO approved reserve aitents in : purch ised,at the sale by Mrs. B other rederve cities 12,232.0a 13,010.04 The price ;was$17 per Fractional currency, Akers. 80.04 nickels and cents lot, instead of $12, as we hud it. Lawful monky Urservb is Bank : Total coin and cer- 0.47.35 Itedenlptiunrund with U.S. Treasurer (not of more than 5 circulation) 1,25000 ' Misses Mollie. Lilly Pearl, and Daisy Johnson, accompanied by Miss Bertha Tlie full iwina were nresent at a very Carver, spent'o-ve- r tiuuday with home. jileiisant artj given in honor of Mar JolksatTalega. garet Norton's, lurthdsy,. Iat..tHeek: ..Maraaret Lvle. llattle. Hard "M Id'e Bonne aiiu.'datightc: MauCj Mi-i- is ur. oiidsoii, vere ii vriek. Margaret Aransfieldt'Vlsa Jones, accompaiueuiuy Lexington last wuek tu consult a Doc- Nora Johnson, Nora Martin. Nancy ltegent dnowden. Mamie ' tor in regartt to Mrs. Bouue. and Mrs Daisy Ewen.. Messrs Robert Conlee and wife visited in Charley and Guy Crowe'. George nd Rerea. with .Mrs .Anna Blnekbtirn. and Holt Deri 'kxm. Gopher, Lewis Fl-.children, and in Itfchmnnd with Irvie and Virgil Ma, tin. Prof. Kitchio. and Lewis (onlee'nnd ihelr family Lawnon Guy Watson, Her- The Lexington Ilerald says: "Mrs. bert Junes. Monroe Faulkner, Zeko J,:H. Hardwick. of Winchester, enter- Brashear, Donald Bohanon, James At tained with a cliarmiugsix o'clock din- kinson, Avert Faulkner, Ben Kincaid, ner In honor of Mfss Charlotte Murgett James and Seldon Chancy and Robert Morris of Michigan, and. Floyd Clay Der-iekso- n. more such birthdays Ephrinmnnd Mackllatton left Tues day for hear Mcltoberts for their work Mack lias been visiting homo folks on Hntton Creek for a few days. Eph re turned with him to get a job. the An electric belK is being installedat Welch crossing this week. This THE UNIVEPM CAR To Purchase that; Car you Intend buying. NOW IS THE TIME has always been a bad crossing and' the hell will be appreciated by' all those who have to usri the crossing. The canning factory' will run again Total f 183 ,805.41 this .year," which is 'good news' to' us 14 ABILITIES. We are informed, also, that the factory ... $25,000.00 will not go to Winchester as was on:o Capital stojk paid in 8,000.00 thought, but will remain here for tho 8urplusfund present. Undeleted profits, .. 4 H27.41 ,. Less current expenses. Miss Pearl Skidmore, daughter of intore.t and taxes paid 715.53 .3,911.68 v CIrculatinn 'notes The fenco for the cemetery has al As we did not ready been ordered. have enough money to buy what we wanted in front, we have ordered a good, strong field fence for the other three sides. We are going to go ahead and raise more money for a good fence in front. We can have a very nice ai d a good, Ktrong serviceable fence for about $l0u for the front. Tlie writer was going to order a woven-wir- e fence for the front, but so many requested that it be more uf an ornamental fenee in front that we will try to get it. The cheapest ornamental fenco costs at the least about 50i a foot, and there are Continued on last page outstanding 1916 Touring Car 1916 Roadster Tkc f r Five Patseagar Thrac PaMeseef J Price F. O. B. Detrok ... kt . . . $440 $390 Ky. nun tn hnnlca and banburii Dividends unpaid Dbhakd Useoarra: Individual depos- Ita suDjevt tn eheck, , Cashiers cheeks outstanding ,. Total demand de 100872.43 posits Total 23,"00.00. . . 081.10 40.00 A-Square 100,N27.43 Deal. treat our customers in the 45.00 We aim to $163,806.41 AT.Whitt, ,Cay City, Cars DUtriWofFwl PoweU Cwwty. or PoWKLt., S3 I. A. T. Wliitt. Cashier of the above Rmed bank, do selemaly swear that the above stateaamt ta.trtM to the best COtfNTT 1 Stats of Kxntdckv, best possible manner and to give them a square deal. of my knowledge and .belief, Our Stock Is oleanand fresh, and our prices are Giyeusatrial. right, A. T. Whitt, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn (o before me this 15th day of M rah, 19I6 M. P. O'Msra, J, 0. 0. P AtUst i Jno. D. Atkinsea, KDiraetors. v James S. Haft, S Geo Ub. ) Henry Waldron WALTERSV1LLE. KENTUCKY Advartiaiftg pay let us y.evi te The Time y m i bimy it ye hr a trial. I at - THE TIMHS. OW A Democratic Newspaper Eighteen Years "drye," and we hope to see both sent back for another term. Nineteen of the States, of tho UpJon'are now "dry" and it will not be lonj; till 'we have National prohibition. VIUDIN Win 'AiiaiI V .. .. .. "" CLEANING AND- - PRESSING , A. P. Johnson ja the old staiid, jhekt to' the Red ' '' T Rfyer Hotel.H fend 6t i ' $100,000 Cupi.al Stock rfiuplu's and Undivided - " 'n ' $aoo,ooo ixvutA VVluCnL'Sier; L am. fewly tr aWe. tfe y wtr Clean- ajM Pjresstnf.. , CBea IrVerk t guarantee! ami. chartes reaseri-- 'ml Shanpeomg Scalp Treatment le'rspoon, l5residenfc. j J'SpEar , Oshier. iHeeM . Orfters rtft with wilt receive are attetilleti. t . J. . J AMEJ WILLIAMS. The Best Weekly in this Section. c M. P. O'Mara Writers all Kinds ut Fire, LHe Tnrnadtr. Ligtilnhig and Kail InsurRev. M. P. Lowry of Winches, ance. We are also "afents fer tht retail matEntered as aecond-clas- s ter will preach at' Virden the" 8rd Illinois Surety. Company and are pre ter at the Post Office at Clay City, Sunday in this month. pared to do a funeral ponding lws Kj.. under the AcU of .CongresB of Mre.'T.'B. 'Ware is visitinj: her ness. itnrch 3, 1879. POWELL k JACKSON djuiuhfer, Mrs, .JJantiie Hughes at Schoolsville thlB week. Sam W. Powell Llnvllle Lex-ihgto- Editor Mr. Bntch.Vllliains is iroini: to inove froin'here down near ' POWELL u & JACKS0K H . Toil needsyet-jurel- Need1 -- a Tonic r u iridic ate m"' - iiomis-ma- dk THURSDAY, Mrs;"0. '(). Curtis and Mrs." Office in Court House. Henry Smitson wnrf visiting Mrs, Winchester Kentucky .MAR 16. 1910 IT. B. Ware last Thursday eve ning. Missed Lilly e papbk, Jacksen Wheft tHat'timef cohi&s w :jfoui-yoknovr.whaLtdnicv . Id.takeHCardui, the otfian's tonic. Cardui is com- oosed of DUrelv ieKtabki Irieredients. which act weakened womanly organsi ' gently and helps builds them backfb strength, and health. irnas oeneniea inousatws ana tnousanas or weaic, ailing worrieti In its past half century of wonderful successand.it will do theisame'foryotc rt, , on-the -- uiEVCijr wuiiiau a mc wucil sue a ionic' to htjpt her over the hard 'places nint .Mary Ware TREES. day with Miss Sarah Fruit and. Ornamental trees, Oleninus. and, little. Grace, Shrubs, Grape Vines, Rhubarb, As Suiiday:; Emmet Akfcrs has moved to parngus, Peonies, Pblox, Roses, etc. Jack Eades, a plumber of WinLexington. EVERY THING FOR ORCHARtf. was here Tuesday taking Deputy Siieriif Dericksnn was chester, LAWN AND GARDEN. the heater from both rooms back here last week summoning people with hiin to the shop for repairs.. NO AGENTS FREE CATALOGS to Court. H. F. Hallenmeyer & Sons. Wui. Ashley in still improving. Lexligton, Ky. he may get' home in It. is Imped ., three weeks. ' Mrs. Jack Hall, at the Good For fine Watch and Clock Samaritan Hospital, is reported a hitlv improved. SLADE. (Crowded out last, week.) 8petit.-t.h- la.t CARDUI TChe Woman's T6Hic ' - MIss 'Amelia: Wilson, R. F. 13. Alma, Ark., says: "I think Cardui is the greatest medicine on earth', for women. Before I began to. take Gardui, I was so weak arid nervous --and had such awfL dizzy spells and a poor appetite. Now I feel as well and as strong as eyer didrid can eat. most any thing." BeginMaking Cardui today. Sold by ;all dealers. . i," a .a . a" J -- Genrjie Faulkner sold to Alvin Faulkner of Stanton 11 shoats at ($i cents a pound. is Miss Maudie Bowen, wh Oity araded .teaching in the Ohy arh'l, visited her parents here. . REPAIRING or any werk in my line, I will be glad te haveyeu call on me WW today-?- ' Has Helped Thousands. n) Cm 4., , H.f Uh Lamp Oil that Saves Eyes clean without a. flicker idowntotse ta?t dmni- - PMinsrlyantari ' -' 'cradeollwfloedtomrfettlon. Cot no more than tho Inferior jeUar-am- S; V-- LARISON Kentucky A The drilling outfit jg here and well will be sunk ad aoii as possible on the farm of VV - ' Nnthlrttc la TOorB important in the IthU .Vr cettlne.ttie 611 that burn i Clay City,, TEN, YAlAQO b.e Condemn. Elijah Morelund of near Bowen took the contract to unload and haul the drill from depot to Mr. CJniiKleton's farm. T)ie first well will be eunk just back of his house. A tankwttoa olb uvea MONEY irca .. Te eytt.' WORK Your dealer bu SOUTE OIL In berrtU direct from our work. 'WlIiN you want Cfias. C. Stoll Oil Co. Lexington; Ky. Reflntrr. at Warren, fca. We Nil the celebrated "NoCarb" Anto op. J ' A 8HAVJE OR HATJt OUT OK ANY 6idrT,t Hay:fecH:;iaeaddyoQ?1rj if .But youwerj? reyou1 would.bje pretty ;" wdl iixed financially. ; What did ypu xhirik you would worth T0NSORIAL WORK - ARE YOU? Hnw miir.h Will vou' be wortfc'in the Has pas,fxerierice next" ten"' years? :a.ugnc,you, anycningtnas' ic taugnc y uj He Wijsrforri'rf' a SAVING ACCOUNT? 1 CALL ON ' and no one uyiaejcpectiiii: ;i.'"You must keep tho patient isc In- - death parThe. cause was a oico faras in. Clark and adjoiuiag alytic stroke or neuralgia of tlm iated.' oountiftB for sale or rent. Write as Mr. jgmjrlock vvill he "rtAll right, doctor. 111 get tlie ice heart. what yi)ii want. miftjed,- - and. it will be right away.' greatly We write all'klnds of Insurance.; h inl- - to find a man to fill his RETORT C0URTE0U8, f TRACY AND STOKELY. )ace in office. Miss Prim can hardly keep my Office, Main Street, Winchester, Ky., Facts: Kentucky is iiHiially countenance. . classed, both in pi int. and in con.Miss Pert Well, nobody else 41 versations, as a wet" State; wants It Colds Quickly Relieved which is a serious mistake, as limit- petition is heing cirp.ilateii about here to have Boh Dennis, of Nada, appointed as magistrate ' NOT PRfeFERREa caused" by the to fill the Mr death of G 8. Spurliwk. "t suppose that even" aviators have well in the opinion Dennis stands their fashions. of the people here, and would Yes, but few of,them'; t hear, 'are make an excellent officer. The inclined to any new fall styles," .. people could hardly he better i' BY MARS AND COMPANY. pleased than ly disappointment "That's, certainly soma big movie The whole community w a fihocked and urieved to hear of. that's being staged in Europe." "You betl It might be called the sudden ileath of niasiistrate He .had been The Death of a Nation.'" Ureeu SpuiiooK. complaining .but WHs.ahle to go APPLYING THE PRESCRIPTION.,. vm-ancy H..H. PHBEIOO. j ' B- . ' (it snauia naveape;eip , ybur first iessori t (f .4, :J - - - TRACy (S STOKELY Rial Estate and Insurance. We Buy and . Sell 'Farm and City Propefty of, all kinds?. We have sorjje Pay pier1 cent compound in- - terest on SAVINGS - -- -- I STANTON A,' 1 P.Hlrf.KliR V V AJXJ MiJUl U KY. V- out of the 120 counties comuris jutr the. Commonwealth, 108. are prohibitum counties, or "dicy,'" and 75 percent of the population i ii ttyg dr,x terjtjtorj. Tl 4014 l4f$ywt cnucda n: ttt-Hrjuo- r shipping; actand a.180 pro. vididr 'fwmrwisad'gzufe'of nqqo, ajjif we hftpe'auc nJwt Graad Jfary will Mfc up. MUW and 9f why our "fleers 4e riiQt enforeftit, jT8 rtatwi4aMt). hib,U9o:tne0,rf!, tjrpUptftMre the Ilouita lust month only failed ,.of nMge by 8 votes, and will . THEIR PLACE. in-the- - T , " a . T4:NTON, .. . - Student . "Blue laws '"Ccrfaiitly; se times are in the wrong place.1' where they will never be read." Tliey,rliuia, be put tlirn.)fli'i.Hrlng; .OtrVKet bold ,nf ter ." Many people cnugli andcough- - 'i '.)! '" !' . Admltftd at"Ariy''TIniv r ' . ' Qn; pf theJJiit' Revivv CIumt in die Schools m Kentucky. will be Ceadt&ed I iTWAi EVER THUS. cold. Take Dr.'jKipVa ifewi Dwoovwy aod yos yiljl; Jjlmoat, Cour&, In Agriculture and Domestic Science, Connoa Bratocht ,U lW&uettt imkietliftte itiefItijtWkit'Cynur Infla-ipatlo- Crawford Were tliey all drowned cold, topa.hersokrfi,r4flRg, rig sue tearing heal the in that. accident? Crabehaw-A- ll Hootbes the Jj?, Mmi but the fellow who rockad' the boat.-- -J udg'e. Easy toMaHej AJj8.eptl$vad ,ii,.n .fi. lug. Get a ''Me. bn4a; .of'Dr, WHENCERjEEMM Sf RANCL, KingVNew Dteflvw-fawl keep MjiufkrtaiNly Kinle Wlwre was the ItalaM it Ih (he .. ftp awing Met IJf ''sUir;lBrt )k,' Xii-- SHm1m(s. nayi " .. hof ,u fWHpmjuiyiiiiwrBq," pwSfclfi.roeJ.t qowB;upy pur Tklsks (reetly a' gra i4Wr) tie ' writ W. C Rud Senator, Dr. J, N, II, AloNey bjc-j- f mtis our Representative, E. B. Old Papers for Isle at Tke Wwl but it aerly always helps. voted right with the Timea Offlee. , v Mo-Ulou- o, elwe. . jaPrMHt, 1 'f .r - ..v, y T SNOW OMEX. YOUNGSTER'S VIEWS OF LIFE yi f' ..' v. . wWrice'SfOO, - , fan I'aliiJcr sold a liorsu In Sam ' ' To Ba Compelled to Qlve Affection la a Something They Cannot Underetand. I I - v . Mies (jtiTii Kibfiiok tins returned from Oakland,- III. '' v;' ,. 1 ' : RlnSpfy willrhove to lie house vacated bv Carl Fier'sall. Edith Niblaok visited relative? at Winchester last week. m tmam . VMreMartha .Ourtfs and child are quite' ill withtneasles. Sain Wills and wife visited in Olark, Sunday ref-ntiv- Saturday .and ' Misses Mary arid Diantha Kim- broil visited Mamie Harmon Sat urdny night. "Dick Richardson had a sale of his personal property Wednesday, Hrirl will iti to Indiana. 'Aire'.' Mattie Todd ofnearJSpout Spring, is visiting her mother af this place this week. 7 NORTH BEND NEWS. Hurrah for the Pike I .' Mrs.' Arthur Wefch is better at writing. jGexrire Welch went to Stanton 'on'biisineaa' ... The world, seems to be full of what may; be called canalized emotions. One is "supposed" to loteonc's aunt or one's' grandfather in' a certain definite way, at the risk of being "unnatural." One gets almost a sense of the. quantitative measurement of emotion P.erhaps, the greatest tragedy of family life is the useless en ergy that is expended by the dutiful fn keeping these artificial channels 6CDf and. the correct amount of current running. It is exactly this that produces most infallibly the rebellion of the younger generation., .To hear that one ought to love this or thaW person; or to hear loyalty spoken of as the older generation so often speaks of it,--, as if it consisted in an allegiance to something which one no loiiger believes iff this is what j soonest liberates' those forces of mad-- 1 ness and revolt which bewilder spiritual teachers and guides. It is ex- - i actiy those dry channels of duty an(f obligation through' which no living' patera .of emotion flow that it is the ideal of the younger generation to break np. They will have' no network of .emotional canals which, are not primming, no duties which are not equally loves. Randolph 8. f fHAEDWICE & COMPANY Semi-Annu- al Clearance Sale. al Now is the time and this is the place to save money on Our semi-annuclearance sale is your-purchase- s. 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. ' at Below is a list of the lines on which have made the greatest cuts: You who appreciate bargains, listen, for have on Queen Quality cut the price half -i- lastlidavV Bourne in Atlantic. n-two i. Miss RHetEwen started in to SEA T6NNAGE known school at Stanton the first of the Nautical Termt That a Landsman aa a mouth. little Hall has been visiting his mother near. Mt. .Sterling for a fow days. T-1. General Thing Has Small quaintance With. Ac- 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 b'oys long pant suits, boys and childrens r in twopiece suits, mens'ahd'boys negligee . Willie Ewen and father are sell tin: corn toMr. Burke, getting HOOji barrel. - v - "..Mrs. Rhet Oonlee. tins been on fog sick list for several days but isvorapibe'tfeY. Mrs.'Mary Sidteorervisited her' father and sisters jnst week, and has returned hQjjjp. Mi88 Kflltie "(jonlee was thrown ''for in a horse last Saturday, but wa not badly hurt. " .buret.t Ewen is now driving steel for Green Oarrett oh his new railroad extension. ...Mrs. Sherman Kirkpatrick and danditor,-Rubvisited Mr. and y " "Mrs. Kirkpatrick for. several days. - Thomas Welch has been ill for several weeks', but he's- better and now nut making speeches for the pike. Mr. and. Mrs Marion. Welch gave a cnnjly parry to the yonnv folks Saturday nieht, and they all report a line time; A There is a great deal of confusion in the public mind regarding the "tonnage" or "displacement" of ships, and with good Teasbn, for there are four distinct methods of calculating tonnage. In ihe case of warships the term displacement is" almost always used. The displacement tonnage is the- space, occupied by the Vessel in the water. The amount of water displaced by the ship is equal' la wetght to the ship" and all it contains As one, ton is equal to 35 cubic feet of water, the displacement tonnage is found by dividing the number of cubic feet of water displaced by 35, when the ship is immersed up to its load line. Gross tonnage is a term commonly applied to merchantmen. In calculating it, the whole interior capacity of the ship below the tonnage deck is found, including that of all covered-i- n spaces en deck used for stowage, and the result in cubic feet is divided by 100. Net register tonnage is the gross tonnage minus a1! the spaces used for the accommodation of the crew and instruments and the working parts of the ship The deadweight tonnage is the measure of the exact amount of cargo a ship caa carry with safety. '4-- . . I rubbers---overshoe- s. under-..wea- shirts. - I. 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 and boys sweaters, mens and boys hats, dress caps and work caps,mens two piece suits of Wrights Health underwear, womens neckwear, wool and cotton dress goods, mens corduroy i t pants and work suits, boys over coats. HIS PREFERENCE. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Bowen neighbors now, havincr are our "Do job like birds?" mnyd to the residence of Jas. H. "I am fond of a lark bow and Oonlee, They are welcosse to then, and I do like a few swallow! our midst.. at times, but I hate a jay." j 1 r ' - see where those shipbuilders are going to merge their business with, a eral days, but have goBe home to firm of submarine builders " Winchester, "I should say, submerge." i , tksgh-terMrs. Lizzie Welch' UNPATRIOTIC. . Carrie B. spent ib evening Klyia Asdarso. Canwith Mrs. Phryse Shall I pky "Siara ad dy was served aael tkay a very ea-- -. JKripea.yemer?" joyable. Thea4ore. Ma;4 ealy ftr a. lktfe Mrs, Stanley Oliver and sister, Mamie Eweri, kave'been visiting Hardwick & Co. STANTON' KENTUCKY MCK CORRECTION. ;their sister, Laura Willsfor sev- - T a4 . W:An tie -' rOR WAY MAML Mri Sfriac iasatfv NOTMUfH. 'j. v "Dees tkls epWoliry war betas. 'i is Dr. Kiag's New Life Pills." The Jsmt aai Geerge aawttBt te iMtekf "Ksy ieee will meve yeur sluggish Blew thasi a sesap ef a fclewili, ii!mula the liver and astH the, syatew at yaafa. a4. jf aiaar bk4 ipMrltl. Yew awe it U BHy TheufM. ; ' yaaseaU $e lW the ajteai ef Wedy nfferhis; keeeves beautifa! waea Ji- - Vum gnaai sasalsiaAlBslsasl WlsA I'peliews; aisHmahUed dariag the psjvsVlSfVJ PfVIV iavaawwew Ikrniisffc ImMkMkbUii wmwwww svsaw sifvjaf r. Wag's New LMe Pills a.."a' ' UmmiL wvma&BAMM ftf BvladM TfWfawfV Sn BJBPWfBi wUl tUlt aiyaar lkaatiet. A good and tku tried remedy rfr8t A TRAtNINa SCHOOL. FOR l EAtnUKS CeM IWinK to l X richmondTky. EleUryr ot IntMBiedlaU-and y. bMte CertllkatM. Valid Ib ail FuUlo 8liooU( of pecll Cowwa aad Rcvltw Ooartea. Tajtiea Ken-luA- Uh Htlioel, moitl hmS,mw mtwttl kltBg WIWIm, well ewlpped diprtnt friltarc. a Hf5 rate.' Bay To halt tint ot water M 1 o Wmh Qmonnk. kbaU Bvaa. as M m. ot atrewte. a to twte WMk ttMH K tNBM Vt dMlrad bmtUt eaa prU tUa up or lud. mix it yett at beat at Try tun coat. wi1cUi an4 u oom In)l HretloAa to box o( Barbo ComyoanS. It wUI rmditany 6rk Mrvakaa. tmtoA cTy hiir, aaS nsnvm AiaAr, It la eseel. tost far UMnf hair aaa wlH Biake barah iMtr aettaadateasf. It wH) Mt eeler th MlfV la set attoky or creaay. aa4 Soa net 1x w Attr bu u Ar fr Wii U, Junutry 36. rwlk Trm AHU9,6MMHraebeelefM June' lli Cutategse.Pree. j. b. CRAB, PmUst Old Payara Times 0ee. far,.lala at The Court Order , POWELL COUNTY COURT, February Term, 7th day of February, 1916. ORDER In tho matter of, petition' of' R: Xjf. Hall and 140 and more other. Came R. C. Hall and 149 and more others, All the latest magazines at Tho legal voters and owners of real estate Times office. in this Powell County, Kentucky, on the 7th day of February, 1016, and C. O. Daniel is about again aflodged their petition with this court ter a severe seige of the grippe. which same was on said day filed by mo as Judge of said court, and same James B Hall, of Lexington, now being considered, said petition adjudged sufficient and proper, and was here this week on business. it is further adjodged and ordered Dr. Wm O. Martin was in Lex'that there be held in eacn and every voting precinct in said Powell county ington Monday, on professional Kentucky, between the hours of 6 00 business. a m , and 4.00 p. m.. on Monday, the 10th day i. f April, 1010, an election to For Sale. One cooking atovc. ' take the senre of the voters upon the Apply to L. F. Martin at the Ceniqucxtinnas to Whether or not the Fl cal court of said county shall issue tral Hotel. .bonds in the sum of Forty Thousand Dr. C. B. Dixon, of Ashland, Dollars ($40,000.00). the proceeds was here Wednesday on profeswhich shall be used for the purpose of building, constructing and reconstruct sional business. ing public roads and bridges in sail County; said bonds if issued, to bear . For Sale. A mare, four years interest at a rate not to exceed fly old, sound and.gond to work, or perccntum per annum, with coupons Lewis Mastin. .attached, payable and drive. on pipe to be in denominations of not less than home-mad- e Larrisx)iiy.and son, Mrs. jS-'cigarettes . one hundred nor more than one thous ana dollars each, and to run not less Cordis," are visiting'relatives in ails for 'than five nor more han thirty years Middletown," Ohio, for a few Forget you "Wer to smoke, for Prince Albert, is so redeemable within that time at the weeks. (pleasure of the fiscal court, and not to different, such fine flavor, so cool And cheerful and be sold ntless than par'value. friendly, youll get a new idea of smoke joy ! The patented When you want something to And the Sheriff of said County is di process fixes that and bite and parch! read call at The Times office. rected to advertise said election, and We have a Fupply of all the lat the objects thereof, at least thirty (3u) And this little preachment is also for men who think days before the day of said election, i est Magazines and, Periodicals, they're on the right track. All to be said is that the sooner a newspaper having the largest circu you lay out nickel or dime for supply of Prince lation in said Powell County, and by Notice. T h e Superintendent discovery that'll be Albert the sooner you'll make printed hand bills posted up at not less of the Orphans1 Home will preach than four public places in each and ev in the Presbyterian worth lot to your peace of mind and church SunSay Pritic AHrtmt! Mir ery voting precinct in said County, and tongue i day afternoon, at 2:80 p.m., on at the front door of the County Court "Get the idea of smoking all you want the subject- "God is Just." house. ( (U, afrit k lk mMi without comeback In this election all legal voters of the A.! vUdi MS tmmat t4f JM7, (Am wm imlri mlnM tnmt Winchester is now well sup mm In Maceo In R.J.REYNOU)STOgACCO C UWlntoa-Sfc- , County may vote, and the election N. C. MMMMwfl shall be held by the same officers who plied with newspapers, two new St are appointed tu hold the reguior.clcc ones', the Courier and the Re tion. publican, having been issued And the question to be submitted .If , ? nJ ' n.At shall bo printed upon all ballots in the qiereTecenny, uom nre itepup (Fine iTANTOMr , New Dry , Afollowing substance and form, to wit licrth in politics. (Continued from First Pago) MM At The Are you in favor of ( & Garrett have jnst ' In response tq tht inexpeoted "issuing forty thous- - ( Brodhead tiuen Aiearns met with n very 239 feet irr front. Now, 'dp ,a little and dollars ($10,000) ( Yes painiui ucciaent a lew anya ago uring ana see wnai you wn wiiunjw .completed the installation of a call of the Comptrpliqr of Curin bonds, for the pur-- ( when a small partical of stee give. If you,ire rCal anxious tfora .new dry kiln at their mill and rency, the statement of The Clay pose of building ( Nroads and bridges ( lodged in one eye. It was remov pretty fence, yet strong and service- will have it- in use within a short- City National Bank appears ; in in Powell County, ( No r ed by Dr. Martin and Hncb i able, in front,, please give to us as lib- time. TJie toil! 'will .probably saw this issue. Kentucky? erally wjou can., A Copy, Attest: now able to use the eye again. oqt most of. their timber ip this This is, us always, ith excolleijt I. 8. Boone, Mrs. V illiU arret t and daugh- neighborhood before the end of report; and the fuct'tbatthere ji Clerk Powell County Court Deputy Collector of Revenue ter left Tuesday to see her father this year, but arrangements are. oyer $100,000 00 on deposit Ju Rnhect. passed through, here Mr. Moso Faullnor of FUboii. beingifuade to sh i p. logs here this bnnk, shuo't confidence semi-annuall- y, V. 10CAL For men who got away to a false start a or Prince Albert has a word or two their smokeappetitesl what tried a cut out Get a Fresh Start! a ISSSSSCT3 ZZff.!S&'FitS HuivitijmrutTt a a a a a that's P. Kir Big Report - Monday with a batch of Federa Ho was taken quite sick sudden who were sentenced for. ,ly and Dr.. lemming was. called Wm. Ashley in expected (home mnniiRhininc ar the term of Yen in consultation. Mrs. Win. Bow-eSaturday. who has been yisjting Mrs. ernl court last wpqk Jnlin Combs Iiub moved to his W. lJL Catron, was called toliis :farii iier-hr.T. G. Mers. wlneiMltRBrt the bedside AUiesdny moraiHg. Drf Io of a leg in the h;Jk lit. ynrAn Lemming .reports him somewhat H.irrv Shnttiwlt marl husi (s now improved. It is anfattaek of ti- -i trip tii.Hei'lelburs Inst week at Neon anme tjniiw!0. aboiriyrnh-t.h- ItADA n, e from their timber property in the of Powell countypeople, bptMp mountains. In4i.y vent, t h e the bankj itself, and in theHlQi-cial- s connected with it. planing mill ,w i ! remain )tere, 'Which is good news to the Pow.ell county peo'plei Ordinance; 1 - , mhjl (Crawled ahleltobft gripp and bronchitis. Dr. Knox and wife spent Sun aid of a crutch. f wjll shortly dav with his parents on Soutfi hp fitted with an artificial limh, SfcW. J Mountz, who returnod Boh Dennis is able o hp out EfnMrwMm T.nm i n . , . in '.iiunti wmniv, fi filial tlatnn. nri)AimJl fBjhis jonm Mi' a weri. counle of .weaknjairo, several davp Sun" appointed I n t.ket week.) Fork. wns The Company oil men this week to begin Ur.M 0?V A.IIarter Lexinetoo B. F. HaUon dropped into the r which leased this property, and ,iug on his furm. on business Saturday, returning Times office Tuesday to order the ' The error not the Peasite Co.; S mdiiy afternoon. paper sent t o his daughter a t probably arose Johu .Wright and wife of gpoot from the fact twit mtm Patsy. Mr, Hatton says that the Mr. O. H. nun jif.heiirpttbli8h- upiing jvii uuiiuajr ntl'lll iiiv oib Born to the wife of Price Fra Searles, jon of L, VW., J,' W? Mfze. ley n daughter, and to the wife prospects are fine for the road Searles, Supt, of theFearsite ppt ter, Mrs. 1 bouds to carry in his part of the here, and of Jason Bailoy, a daughter, J. R. Ams. 6onof Walter Ficklin 6f Montgomery (MMljity, as nearly every 'taxpayer A, P, JoHifsoir county, spent a few rror. an ley preaoned a very ihib in id juvor til oexier roaas. Oapti J. W. Adaw,'aj9 offioer pf wee"k- witli his uncle Jl days tjuf; OhairmaB. F. Roi'ltliV tHe fearsite yoM arecounacwq 'sBr7n interesting serwon on Sabbath W&&WF$) 4ft Missea Hoy t and Mattie eve. e'was acfinmpiMiiere J, W.McIntosh sold tho large with the new Arm, which will da a general civil engineering busir May and Merta Well eflgle'he'getiHt'Maloney a couple by Mr. Uanley, new in Alabama, Kiatucky and. Burgher, called ou or woHTiis ago, to Daggagemast C, D. Hendrix and Dnais Virginia, RnilHt' Rimla,, t' j r VWotwr, of tho L. N. 1. SpeBcer were in fifrr CMiikucfeN C. Gin At the office of tka Pearsite M?" says the bird got to be Compauy here it wassfated ; WMer Fiok.liji.lwjigkl einnati last week tee hnavy( tu'" ttmn VMM. Ik. that on the rations, and it bH.visg their spriasr fjed. tjiefe is no connection 'whatever mitn a nice buueii, ot rquird the services of two men between the two eeucar.us and ae skoals at six and The people ofxtl)is cowwanHy most of the time catehiHg rab. Everybody who saw the) loVa dMr friend J tlw death of bits and chickens to feed if . The probability whatever of the Pearr- fimy were iiib nneet im vim site Qempajay's oAg(. being re- ,wicks Mr, UrH ttfHirkk, He wis bird's wing had recovered from Crek, Tie 1m , , aieut 48 yww asfo. and leaves ltt isjury it received at the time a baaeh ef kegs front .the w SHrVIVIHg yi9 Mi IWG SOB', of its cDlure. and it was a snlea- - II. .0. Crabtreeipiitthis wek i Owsley, and two do )iei , j did sp' cimeH. with whom (ill sywpaf hjf on uh siiMtw in iee J. W. Miz R wan in Ala-Ky-vu closed a deal with the OltUe'ns head.,, th"? lease of tho second fo Alloft, inLsaMe Misses Mary Wells and Mattio storySf thelrballdiflg in whloh will be ft Oh as. TomllnHon and Tom EUS ty. and left Sunday. Hewtll W locmeu me weal oiweea or Mize spent the week end with the corcpa-ny- ." iLlfi II I1U Lloyd .Mjsse, Winchester Sun. attended the' lot imle nt QJav liAAlfaana...naAM nl tIJIB Ull III' erv rf U (). Day. Clitv Wednesday. a. not correct This item is Charley Welch is "'nil. Mrs, X'T. Smith is suffering very muchwith an abscess in her "The PearslteOofflpanv of Olay City Will Not Move GeorgettrfiB very ick again. 12 Jkas j Tho Board of trustees of.tlie town of Clay City, Ky., as follows : A levy of tffpy cents on each one hundred do)!afH of taxable property in CJy (ity, and a poll tax of one dollar m fifty cents on each male citizen of Clav Citv of the aire v- - tweutv of 7 r 7r-f f" f one years orover, be aud isliere- by levied for 0 spal jpurposeg : Aud that tgyy pf Tw.enjy'.fivo cents on eae dred dpi- or-da- in --- v expertise li" .I I &fiJmrnMt WWll 9b Oni-In- knAnf-Qnnfl- lU-'mfawfti- - v . 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