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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): March 23, 1916 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1916 cla1916032301_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 23, 1916 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1916 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4 fl!M:3lMflIT Y - TIME S fc b'MAl;5 Editor 1 . We.ar Here to Hlp Glay'CH, HwSurrounitef Ceuntry and Ourselves. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. ... i . MAllCH 23 . 1916. JKO. J2. 'Jf ' .! STANTON (By Pi ; 0. Dertkick.) .. tilioyagriievouteek . Thg MBft qtiirrk KRoxftrf of BrMit ktib iWwiyCaB( ton function was turned 'AVeVbtha tiirnf (Mt ity) Cot; qn 'Vtf?oarit ot iai J. kr -. ... Clark VMtecfckjs tkughiar, P, Mrs. Irvio Odnlee- at" Kfchraojifctli".B to Uehef vla$ , y, past week. 'TKSrq'UuWa't! Gifo1& Thomas' orHatchcfr Creek ScQfll((qjjfajt,th,e, hojn pf week suffered a nerVoaa brcaWo wh tertjiye'frpjjir hlfnjlng (taturay "1 Je slowly "ifflpravlngr and H (or an" Institute tb':bo hcjd 'n to - H reibyjerjnn ehurcu wijycfgre at on Wqman Suffrage. The lecture will befcveB aftiC t'praye metfiig er f MLm mm Al-the 7i Circuit Court Draws Big Crowd . .Judge-W- New Officials latent magazines at The Fitch Su&day- hare. - 4 - " . V. twrj. (Ir. and Kirs. BpeW ' ng Krahk Vocuni o Hatchers Oreelc was ArthurCb'aney,- - wife ajTd bay, Ieft found but In the woods; paralyfed.'He Saturday' for Breathitt tq' visit Mrs. hacj been bu( itvprk and was stricken Chanby' pareot&5 Kraaq. dowp'earl'yjn thg day "and had- - lain theWhetpta h"ours befom being foulld Mattie-MWUand.her.,ne(sevaf ,Mis8 He is tr $ireariqu8 condition. NaU? visited wjtljL Xn,$elt Jehnr ,son , oyer Sunday re t ujrfng'lioS "riei Tjlg.yquha; jddieif . pf Stantbn College very flnq program at the, col-- If "Monday njgjit ondlt wai, hbr Alber t FaalkDf r hat moved iQtq (hp fKighly pogd by all who attended. house wherq Mile lived, thlottqr jioljia JnsbU has charge of th'i? moving acroes Vbe rpad tJ the 0nfcr j(M yrprk flti (a tjja king a epletidid success. proiKirty, r MrBj'i'rance Beauchamp Will speak Mi Pearl 8kidmqrc"r8turne'd.t6er ut ihtf eollegtj duHngchnpel'h'cJuf arid homtt'n NortUJForkt (his week, ofier ta'prayer meeting a thtt'Ohrintian! al everui.daya vUi to her aunt Mrs. cfill)rphqu that 8uijft'rilgljtv, SVebieaiUy March,'ipth. tlie writer haVheard; lie'r Beit WjUoughby , who ha beeq run- -, all tu'be ue andooine, ning ,&. Central Hotel at Claj City, Bhc will.speukat othof pQjnti in the " ack to ike farm coUny. ' hoijQved; hla paHrttohor creek. Irhard, Crowe left Jastj jveek and t "liity. LftbVvKnos wiHs ljavoadia-l- X brualit home hitf wife fre) Knoxville. f xtf ?iB8 hato- - foc'safe". She. They-- wefclaet In .WihcHeitarbj Bert svr&lias eyerjbody to come and aco her Qrovce and. Wife and Visited tSere . new .venture on herey. Btehard has; . Mr8 Earl Faulkner of'Mijldletowp, Mrs. Ohio j U vllting her (lsr-fri-lv- c Oirrie TJplon. fprkfew-dijS- . Sninn flan tont . thcafuofA'pt Wb caidowu BaruoU, Mr, and Mrs. 0..Q. Meachem froni JackBou SuQdH.v. ', 'i ;' Born,'wfothe 'wife .'of- o JairieB f i Jjarlfngsv'ille; - a Judge.Shackclford has appointed Henry Tipton to succeed J. S. K. Shackelford, of Richmond, opened Circuit Court Ewen ns Trustee of the' Jury at Stanton Monday, nnd the larg- Fuud, and Luther Stephens to est crowd ltPyears attended the succeed- Romulus Jackson a openibg session; ..' Muster Commissioner. Both the After a few i nt rod u etc ry ''re- new appointees are splendid men marks Judge and the us- who will attend to their duties ual routine preliminaries the in a proper manner. but the' people of this, end of.-- the county jury' was called : OTA CorileeV forelnirii, TTsd would have beeli better satisfied Mountz, M. M. Half, BTH. TTfrn. to have had one of the appointble, A. Jd. Willis, Isaifc 'Epw'e, ments down here". til'Rr'Patton, Edwin Tlose, John' Ingram, ;FranlT John hy-fh- p . daughter. Misses Margaret Morton- and Nora Johnson visited friends - g'jba was called to St pelons Jtfpnday, on. prof bnsinest, , , R. .A. I"r,vln . in 8tajjiqn.la8t .wypk. Misses liTsrie"'AkerR ana Fan nie. Mae S.hiKfeel vi'sfted lriend6 Elmer" Der'fcfesou, special"el isbr fo? tlie' .Circuit cdhVt," wiis'Tjere VndsdayVjsjjqfficiaV business, apfl-adyts- es tailj a Tlios..R. KtOrtfau, ofXexinuton, TrafeQ'MatiMBer'.for the Pearstte .ess.- J-v b'utWngto.'tliie home.Where Bcrt.llveui Uatton. ureek, died Monday nij?ut at htahbtue. Ile waaquita well known and"they Will go to hQuwjkeoping soon to nitwt.of the people around' here. The writer spent four days in Breuth Itt, in tht interest of Sunday richooi CoUon Blackburn won hme from II o Viiiud a Bero.i1 over Sunday He came to be a work this past week. w. i wltnewinthe Fuller case. His mother. T" Mrs', Anna Blackburn. ubUsly ever since and isdolng splendid t him , work. Even body cornea out u meet thechu'eh ia in fine l.ape, .Miss Lula Johnson, Ucese Wiggfna ing-aniind. Austin Johnson, of Clav City.. There wasn't a hard feeling or enmity "drove up to Stanton, MondnV night and between a single member of the .'iorg mow many cnurcnea in row among tneir cnurcn. , spent a pleasant evening ell county can lay that? friends. nreanhod at the Christian church this past Sunday and was llkod so well that ho was engagedrosfthpir minister for , two Sundays a month, D. Tfpion, of Stutnn, drop. into the office 9 few. days ago to renew his subscription to TJie pe.d Times. G. Mers went' to Jndkann Monday for further treatment of his leg in preparation for au urti ' ficial limb. V. 1 Wills. In liis instructions grand jury Judge Shackelford culled special' attention to violations4 of the liquor laws mid also to the carrying or concealed weapons wliich he stated were two of the greatest cause of crime iu anv e.iunty. He also called brief at tention to laws. Judge Shackelford innde a very gmid impression mi the law abiding people of the county and his business like methods of going about the work were frequently remarked on during' the day. .The. docket is not a particularly long one at this term and will be cleared up in about ten das. Auiong the. attorneys present rum out of, town, we noticed Dwsghr L. Pftidleton, V. W. Bush,. W. K. Adams, J. Smith Hays, Judge Stevenson and C. F. bpencer, of Winchester; Judge Fleenor, Grannie Back, .County Judgn A. 0. Crawford and Sheriff Mutt Spencer, of Jackson. F. C. tit-th- e Boy Corn Growers , r--i , com growing contest this year they should send their names to F. R. Blackburn, at. Stanton, as soon as possible. The. club offers' a splendid chance to boys to learn tliH scientific side of farming and the experience gained is ti.f jjreat ralue to them and,' iiuUditiiio, the winners are untitled to a .trip to the Stare Fair at the expehse of the State;' Get busy: boys1.' If there are any boys in Powel county who intend to enter, the Lambs Coming Prospect a, a r,e that the farmers who are raising, sheep in .thi county-- will have'un excellent lamb' Crop. The lambs are now coming and a number have reported good results Jdwin Rose has twenty nice ones' from twelve ewes. . Shooting In Courthouse Rv. O. J. Youne of Richmond Clark returned "'Tuesday with Rev. Cleo' Purvis v. ill fill his waa one of from a visit of severt-daMr. Mose Faulkner, who at the the best eitiiens of Pqwoll county hiR sister, Mrs. OhaB. 'Nelson', at regular appointment died at his homo between Lombard Cincinnati. Ohrietjau church Sunday iin.l all nro invited to attend. His subContinued on last pago The meat market iu connection ject for the morning will be with the Day Lumber &Onal Co " Wha is Greater than the Work store, has been discontinued for ing of Miracles?" und for the the present. evening, "Ye Gods." ' Sfle v H. H. Pherlgo spent'Sunday at West'Bend, where MrsPhorlgo nnd the children are visiting for n couple of weeks. THE UN I VRS AL-CA- S. V . Iarrison left last Friday NOW IS THE TIME To Purhiwc U.u. j. ii for Midulotowii, Ohio, to join Mrs. Larrisou und Cordis, who Shortly after court convened at Stauton.Monday some oxcite- ment wiir created- on the lower floor when a man walked into the lavatory and, pulling a pistol from, his pocket, fired several shot's through There wan a quick scurry on behalf of those-ithe roqtn to get tq safety and in the excitement the. shooter hid his pistol'and walked-out- . Rev. G. W. Jierstotter will lie was afterwards apprehended, speak at the Presbyterian church however! and it 'Is iindprstood Sunday afternoon at 2.80 on the that the grand jury has. .returned au indictment against him. Love". Mr. K'erstettor is vn lino 8ponkerr and al' 4aro ,"irivte() to 0l4 'Papers for Sale The Times Office. . hear hiuu ,. the-floor. PREACHING ON SUNDAY , jt that Car you Jnterid buy'ing. i I ii jp iiiiiniiii il t9f64TouringCr ... j ii are yisitiji, relatives there. Mr" and Mrs. J. H. Adams to tumcQ Monday frtiiii New York, where Air. Adams ,naa been on business for the past few weeks. Mrs, IL G. Jordan Ima been confined to her apartments ntthe Clay Qty. Ho.tel fur some days with a severe attacH of neu f'f "- - $440 . . A Square Deal. We aim to - -- a: m ill. WiEoadster . ;X;V W Powell $390 treat our customers in the to. t. Whitt, Clay City, Ky, County. U ralgia. , best possible manner and a square deal. give them DUtribitor of Ford Cars Irvine recently voted bonds for the improvement of their kity orreatSt 4iid a little uf this t1n.to.dut0 spirit in Cluv City would nqt come amiss. II. II, pheriKo, our popular Monsoriul urtist, has found bu ves to h su koo4 lajl.aly that kj 18 had 10 Rt an aw'staHt at)4 ,T, Curry is how opera tinpjM Our Stock Is olean and fresh,!and our prices are Give us a trial. right; ; Henry Waldron WACTERSVILLE, KENTUCKY wad ekair. THh 11 MBS. At a meeting of the Republicans of Leo Oounfy, held at thp Court-house A Resolutions For Oeoil Bartering Try THI WINOHMTIR SANK, Capital Stock Surplus and Undivided CLEANIN6 AMI PHESSIN; Cftan- . IaV P. Johnson la tho oW J'ot WinciieSer, Ky.- - rn riHy ln anel (afiie yew Good in Beattville, Ky. on Fobruury 2tftli, 1010, the fol lowing resolution was unani.Eighteen. Years Otei mously adopted: . Resolved, That wo recognize Yhe Best'Weekiy In this Section. in our fellow citizen, Judge G. W. Gourley, a man eminently Edkor qualified for fhe office of nidge M. P. O'Mara ofthe Court, of Appeals, and we believe that the Republicans of Entered as second-clas- s .mail this Appellate Disjrict would do at tho Post Office .at Clay City, the wise-thuto siive him the Ky., under the Act of Congre88bfi'Ilominillj,in ,,at office. A , his'life has been a busy ilarch 3. 1Q79. .. h man, ' Hirf integrity iR of t ho .o'te highest His judgement is HOM&MADK PAPER A Jiy experience in the bus ine-jworld and in a long and TIIUIWDAY, MAR. 23 1910 He practice of the law is liberal minded, and believes Down-iLouisville liiy)qlo8ed that every American citizen has all the ruIoods last Sunday,- - ami a right to political and religious opinions aud to be protected in Winchester.tbeyY'lrised.jttirthe As a Republican, lie grocery stores. Kentucky's sure therein. has always been consistent and going'to the persevering, aud has seen the One of uurpromitieht, pbysici-ud- party in this section grow from advised us the other day 'tliut aSeemingly hopeless minority to For it was unhealthy to eat beefsteak a. large and safe majority. inorelthiin once u day. it's, not forty consecutive years he has only unllealtliy it's impossible appeared at the Beatty ville polls und advocated and yoted for Re? for h printer. publican principles. As a lawyer A Pennsylvania judge bus rul- he stnnds at the head of his proed that if a man lends money to fession, and this is recognized " herever he is. known, his wife, (he money then belongs to her. Must have beeu-single .' Therefore, believing that he .or he would have had more deserves this promotion, and feel, man sen He than to think we had to be ing that the Kentucky River Valley section of this Appellate told it District has never been honored ' bv having one of its citizens Over in Irvine they fine a but they let. Uncle chosen for this great office; and, Sam's representative come in knowing no man more identified there aud without a license, or with these, interests, or 'utuiire fvvn a smile, sell over forty gal- able and progressive pubjic'-epir-. lons of "bug juice" to a citizen, ited citizen, we take this method and can't even raise a holier of appealing to our fellow Re. publicans of tho other. counties about it. Such is life. composing this Appellate DisWe noticed in the Hazard Her- trict to 'kindly consider o"iir ald the other day that, owing to choice for this dflice," and we the muddy condition of the hopefully appeal to our fellow streets thelitis had' to take off Republicans of this Appellate their shoes and stockings to cross District to go to the primary i he streets. Betthey won't vote lection on August 5lh. 1910 and any street bonds in that town till cfist their votes for Judge G. VJ. Gourley. assuring them that if have equal suffrage., he in nominated, he will be ejected, and that they i'he .Legislature adjourned last A ili have a Jmfce upon he Ap-- . (!.'!' bench or whom they'jmiy w'tk, having completed its labors. .What a pity we could not and will he justly proud. "The meeting '"then' adjourned, keep them in session always! ' t'Oe lit. Think of the interesting stories H. L Wlieeler, Chairman. ' of charges; counter charges, fist L gin Shackelford, Srfcf, fights, gun" fights and threats that 1,1 "i- - ' came to us from tiio correspondents evervdav orso! Still, we don't, remember hearing much about the laws they passed, but we suppose that is a minor A Democratic Newspaper . Jtaml, next to the Red River Hotel. . $100,000 $200,000 'resstnf. work Profits .V. uaranteee! atrf'fcharaes reason-- u aWe. Sh mpeeing and Scafe Treataseiit Holly Witherspoon, President; V. R. Sphar Cashier. YOUR ACCOUNT SOLICITED. Orders left with j. Bloom will receive prompt attention. ' JAMES WILLIAMS.. POWELL I JACKSON fr Writers of all Klflds'f Fktr LKe, Tornado, Lffhlritef and Hall Insurance.. Wei are also aferits fer the llhfwIs'Swety CMaky Md are pref busipared to rfd'a Beneral-iofldlR- HUSBAND RESCUED DESPAIRING WIFE 7 . ness,; . POWELL & JACKSON .. hii-rlfh- ed Sam W. Powell. Winchester ; LlnviHe Jacksm Kentucky Atto Few Years ef Ditcevapag CeaJUJew, - I Jhad Office In Court House. . s pw-cessf- " ul tin. Beleck It Reecae. Care and gotten so weak I cotrid not ste4; . gave up In despair At tast my huaband got me.a bottle ef I lkDefir. tfaejaai Cardui, fee wmui's fenlc, and M. I com- menced takmg Aost, I TREES. . teM teH from the very fkst ft Wat helping me. I bow-wow- s;. 8 ihSas .without Ms tiring Ht,M4iM MflgallMy work." CatrOH, Ky. Ih m Isteresthig letter Shrubs, Grape Vines, Rhubarb, AsM you are an run dowa from womanly paragus,. Peonies, iPblox, Roses, etc. from this place, Mrs. Bettie Bullock "I suffered for four troubte, Boa'f give up fa despair. Try EVERY THING FOR ORCHARD. writes years, witti womsaly troubles, and during Cardid, the womahfs tonic Itbesbelpe LAWN AND GARDEN. I sH up for a little sere than n million worh, fa its MJ. NO AGENTS FREE CATALOGS this time, could oaly white, and could not at years of cohUbuous success, aad shdufi' H. F. Btllenmeyer & Son. aiL At times, I would have severe pains mrely help you, too. Your druggist ha 'Lexington, Ky. sold, Cardui for years; He knows wheT la my leftside. ' Fruit and - Ornamental - trees, css 90W 'fftMt walk-anywher- e Fer fine Watch and Clack a REPAIRING or any work in ray line, I will be glad to haveyeu call en me S. V. LARISON it. wS do. Ask htm. He win receaK The doctor was called to, and his me for a while, but I was mend k. - Begin talcing Cardui today. Wrlta tat U41" soon confined to my bed again. After AdHiory DtpU OutUneofa Mfldn Co., &pcmi . ClulUnooea. Tnn.. for Iiiitntrtitmi m vour uu And 64ium bk. (tuaotMg seeped to.do me any, good. TruMMal far WMa. Mat In Ula wntpar. boot-lgger$1- ClayCky Keateckfr I TEN YEARS AJttO !pdfy woujc be worth DjraS't'Ji SVeJfoScji Bea, did you? But you were sure you would b pretty well fixed financially.. WKataidu tKlnktypu WHEN YOU WANT ASHAVEPRAIR OR ANY OUT TONSORIAL WOSK CALL ON H. H. PHJIKIGO. ARE YOU? V; f DRINH How muph will you. be worth, in the, Has past experience next ten years? taught you anything has it taught y u the wisdom of a SAVINGS' ACCOUNT? It should have been your first lesson . 2V TRACY HTOKELY .! ' Clay City National Bank l ' Senator Littrell, of Owen conn ty, was responsible for the paer-ap- e of a bill requiring, tho pub. Ifcntion in a county paper of the l County Superintendent's settlements. This is a cood 4)il, the people of a county are entit leo to know how their rrjopey expended for educational purposes is being disbursed. Real Estate and Insuranee. We Buy and SU Form and City Property of jill.kinda. Wo have some nice farms la Clark and adjoining counties for sale or rent. Write us what you want. We write all kinds of Insurance. TRACY AND ST0KELY. Office, Main Oiix'c - terest on SAVINGS rfr rpnf rnmnrtiinrl in Street, Winchester, Ky. STANTON Student COLLEGE, KY. STANTON, . Nothing clean without .flicker down to tfaa tut eruS e oil rfln ed to pirfeUBB. OwU M aore Aan the laferlar titt ud tMi bf it Bora lmcortiTit in tha HMv tWoll tht hum! Colds Qukkfy. Relieved Admitted 9 Any 'Time sue tearing wiugh, beats the infls- matlon, coothes the tufees. Easy to take, Antiseptic and ing. Get a &0e, bottle of Or. King's New Diseovery and km)) people. Canttill hub. always supported the t in the house. "It is. cerikialv i a great weJielHeaad I keep a bou lle'--ef it eohtiauailv .on'hand," Hen, J, 0. Ceatrlll'S speeeh, in that I resident WHsoh, & nufte ' I writus W. O, Jmmmn, Franeetiia, Congress on the motion .to warn capauiB i looKiug auar iHe uer Americans off ships going to Eu- man eontroversies without any N. II. Mosey bank jf noise f fled but U nearly always helps. rope, was one that his coustit- - "bulling in" by Congress. 1 ''-T- Another good bill that passes both Houses was one providing that after one conviction for bnotlegiHg, persons who subse We Mil thtekM4 "JfeCub" queatly offead may be tried on a felony charge and seat to the penitentiary. This, bill will 'fy weleoaeil in every dry section' of the state and by All law abidui Uents could be prpmT of. Mr. -- Many people cough ahd cough from the beginning of Fall right through to Bprin'g. Others get sold after cold. Take Dr, King'B New Discovery aod you will, get almost One of the 'Best Schools in Kentucky. Courses f in Agriculture and Domestic Science. (Review ClasM , immediate relief. It checks your tls oold, stops the racking, rasping, in the Common DraAcW , . wi8 be CoadvtedtKrouveut - it Teoe. By'ftaviftg part of tKeir 'Expenses'4 tR oik, StinJeiUs may ge 5 Rates at the Dernsiloiy1 le as $.5o per Week, ' , For UferanaUoB Write to : RVe J, C, .Hanky,, President, Stanton, Ky. Hardwick &Co. SELL f MS MRT, SGEAFFKBR & MARX CLOTHING J I - Do you like to wear good clothes-cloth- es that have class-t- o them, that have that look of quality, stylerfit and high class tailoring which can never be Clothes tfiat' hold their gut'Jhf o cheap clothes?" And s'hape dnd Jbok good till they are. worn out? "would you like to buy your Spring suit at several c' dollars less than you would' have to pay for the same elsewhere and would you like to have over three hundred samples of one' of the most popular, brands of clothes in the United States to select . from?. We have HART SCHAFFNER & MARX Y. full line of samples, We want you who appreciate good clothes to- try a suit, for are confident that & would get yeur clothing business afterward, as that 5 has'been our eXperiefn'ce with this line. In order to Y get them introduced are making special low prices Y nn them, .which will make their cost to you only a little higher than ordinary clothing. - i v - We guarantee i a fit and that they will be sat- - ssfactory in every way. will pay..you,tq,taRS ' Y-t advantage ,- - of. - tnis . oppor- tunity.-- "... V vome aiid see our new samples Copyright Unrt Ecliatfncr & Marx ft T Hardwick & Co. SLADE. - TANTON, KENTUCKY The Mud-Hol- 4 live. K1- - Vr, ft 1 Pete Chester has accepted n Louis Faulkner is visiting li is position in store of Matt Ford. , brother Geortie, here. We Chester wilPreturn soon. She is a fine woman, and Ewen of Douglass Ciirliu plenty of room and a hearty wel mother lust- week. hope-Mrsvisif-ed-h- is - Mrs. Jack Hall died at Good Samaritan and was brought helc J.' P. Ovyens and, Thomas for burinl in the urn at of Lexington were visitors She is surMcKnabb's. here. last. vived by aJ)URband, three child, Vay.ue B(iviVnnd yfftand- ren, two brothers) and three sisCoii-gleto- J P. 0ie and Logmi Stewart left Saturday for Portsmouth, 0. come for Jier. NOTICE of ELECTION Commonwealth of Kentuoky Powell County In the mntter of petition of K. C. Hall and und more others: NOTICE OF ELEl.ION You will tako notice that on tlio 7th dny of February. 1916. the County Court of IWell County. Kentucky, upon petition, drdered and directed nn election to be held in" each and every voting precinct in raid county mul state, between the hours of 6 u. in, and 4. p. in., on Monday, the Tenth day of April, 1910, at the regular voting places thereiiii by the oillcers of the regular November .clecflqn, nl which time and places there will be submitted to the logully qualified voters of snld iu said county, the following question, in the following substance and form, to wit: Are you in favor of ) issuing Forty Thou-- ) YES sand Dollars (MO,-- ) 00) In bonds, for ) tne purpose or) building roads and ) NO bridges in Powell ) 1 I county Kentucky? j 8Jd Ironddi it insued, to bear Interest at a rate not to exceed Ave per centum per annum, with coupons attached, bonds to be in payable denominations of not less than, one hundred nor wore than five hundred less than five dollars each, to run nor more than thirty years, redeem' abl within .that time at the pleasure of the Ftseal Court, and to be sold at not than parvaliHtand accrued inter. pre-cine- ta e Digs For Gold u ve-yu- H-- S- Taking his tip from an old In dian legend which has it that there is a fabulously rich gold A funnv and peculiar incident i told mine in thin county, but giving how a mnn was chancpd to a pood roads no uuire definite location, Simp advontP in FTarlan rnnntv. recpntlv On thp 12th of Feb. thpy were to iCx recently attempted to open n vote on a $250,000 bond Issue In what he conceived to be the mine county. W. L. Hensley, a wealthy on Happy Top But after farmer of that cnuntv, very much opsome distance, his opening posed to tbp bond iosue. came to town llnmled with water, comand had sevpral thousand circular w.i I Made a Convert Tlar-ln- dig-gin- g U0.UV, 4. oinossiyn, are veiling his ters. parents here. Wn. Ashley returned Satur- A large Alex McQuinn niado- - n busi- day from the.' hospital. crowd of friends and relatives ness trip to Middlefojvir, 0., for His con met him at the train. snnie parties, lust week. dition is pitiful both legs ampu Mrs!- - Vynn 'lihrt Mra. Litteral tated above the knees, and it is urersufFerins from.nttac.knf, la doubtful if he r artificial hope to ?ee tlieuv limbs. pr!ppe can-wea- 4iV , ... Weldoi) &, Wvvnivhnvc the contract' of drilling for oil on Mr. Gnngleton's farm. A Mr. Watson of Ohio owns the lease, indiThey have the drill vidually. ready for operation, and Mrs. Taylor Adatji? is improv almost work will begin as the rest of iriii after a severe attuck tit ap the equipment arrives. pendicitis. It w'iia thought for several hours that she could not Goodlou 8purJock arrivqd.homo last week, having been called by the sudden death 'of Jiisfalher. Aa tOMt prtHS Laxative X -- i Ilo has been in the navy for ?A good ami time tried remedy eom'e titne-r-wgranted at1 least nt ift)r( King's Naw Life Pills. The Hvdays furlough, but could not first c'ose will move your sluggish get her j jo Ouie for the burial. levels, Btlmulato the Kver and His ipuny! friends join Iniii in cimr the sys'teqi of waste and deepest syniputlty, vite mv hand tJiw2UtuaT ottebr uod iRjUrltlt. You oweit to ' ywrlf t clear the systvin pf Udy Advertising In The Times w'U. ruary- 1916, during the n.JT.DEUlC:SON, u&omi', aoemuUtul nayyou. If you dn't.beljweui SUwiWeUv County. I laViw oenviBee; yeuby. I'trlft semi-annuall- y, as out 8(yjn. XEil Ewerfanil tleofge Faulkaer ijjteueod th. bortnl of Mort FMulknor at (Joiigloton Siding, Saturday. tVt showlnR the fnltanpy of the rood bond Issue, that the ppoplp of Harlan wpre votlns a tar upon themselves thpy never would net rid of. Whlfp Mr. TTpnlpv was in town hp secured sorpp wliNker and with two of his fWpnd" started nr on hiseainnaiim. Not vpiv far nut of Harlan hi" moln, in mHnr a desnprnte luroh to extract hlrneif fmm ; mud hnl. hellv-'lppthrew Mr. Hemlpv off in Uip mud, and before Ids comrade, could rescue 1dm, he was almost drowned and .chilled to n. printed, pelling hiiu to abandon his work. Estill TribmiH. Dangers of Dratt Drafts feel best when we are hot and perspiring, Just when they are most da.igerous und the rejult is s Neuraluiu, Stiff Neck, Sore or fometimei un attack of Rheumatisiu. In such ease i Mus-cli-up-p- momuV death. - Liinintiit. It Btim.i-IntuircuUiioii to the Mire and n "r. Hpnslev thrpwnwav his circulars miiitul part, ''lie blood flows free-- i an i in a short time the eiifluesd an' came to town and Joined the sroorl roa's orgnnlrntinn. and hpcame tho a u pain leaves. Those suffering leadlntr hnostpr .in TTarlan countv for from Neuralgia or Neuralgic head-auhgood roads. Threp States. wll find one or two applications ol Sloan's Liniment will give For Your Cbl'd'a Cough gratetul relief. The agonizing pain t- child baa a cold, nose runs or conch much set a strjall Hon. botMe of Dr. BellV Pino-Ta- r TInn-eey. Tt's a pleasant Plne-Ta- r svruD. just what children like nd just the medicine to wqthe the cough and check the cold. After talcing, children stop frettine, sleep good and are soon entirely well. Honey Insist on Dr. Bell's Pine-Ta- r 26c, at your Druggist. v I' yonr gives way to a tingling sensation of comfort and warmth and quiet rest and sleep is possible. Good for Neurit's too. Price 25o. at your Druggist. RECIFE TOR CRAY HAIR. To halt plat of water add 1 ox. Day Rum. a araall box of Barbo Compound, aad Vi ox. of glycerine. Apply to the hair twice a week untu It becomes the desirod abade. Any druxctet can put thla up or you can mix It at home at very UtUe cost. VuH directions for raaklnx and use come la eaeta box of Barbo Cosi pound. It will radually darken streaked, faded sray aalr, and remove dandruff. It ! excel lest for falltea' hair and 'will make harsh hair soft and trioeay. It wlU not color the safe' ta net atleky or area?, and doee not rafc . Old Pafra for skle. at Tb 3 . y ' Court Order G OS Heart Here un& FOWEU. COUNTY COTJItT, Fcbru-sr- y Term, 7th day of February, 1916. ORDER In the matter of petition of R. 0. Hall and 149 and more other. Came U. C. Hall and 140 and more othors, legal voters and owners of real csUto In this Powell County, Kentucky, on the 7th day of February, 1016, and lodged their petition with this court which same was on said day filed by me as Judgo of said court, and same 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 rating precinct in said Powell county, 'Kentucky, between the hours of 6.00 a. m., and 4.00 p. m., on Monday, the lOthdayof April, 1016, an election to take the sense of the votcts upon tho question as to whether or not the FIs-ocourt of said county shall Issue bonds in the sum of Forty Thousand Dollars (i40.000.00), the proceeds of which shall bo used for the purpose of huilding, constructing and reconstructing public roads and bridges in said County ; said bonds if issued, to bear interest at a rate not to exceed five oercentum per annum, with coupons attached, payable semiannually, and to be in denominations of not.lew than one hundred nor1 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 bo sold at less than par value. And the Sheriff of said County is directed to advertise said election, and the object thereof, at least thirty (8u) days before the day of said election, in a newspaper haying the largest circulation in said Lowell 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 dour of tho County. Courthouse. 'In this election sit legal voters of the County may j vote, and theveleetion ' shall be held by. the same oificorswho are appointed to bold the regular elec tion. And the question to be submitted shall b printed upon all ballots, in the following substance and form, to wit Are you in favor of ( issuing forty tfcous- - ( Yes, and dollars ($40,000) ( in bonds', for the rur- p 6 ie of building ( roads- und bridges ( In Powell County, ( No Kentucky? A Copy, Attest : I. S.Jloone, Clerk Powell County Court al S TP 10CAL There About Town Gee, what a change from tho good old days, I the basement of a drugstore in Jackson is being used to manufacture ice cream, in. Jack Gallagher indignantly denies the allegation that he was tho sucker in tho snipo hunt the other night, jack says he only went out for some fresh nir and fooled the boys 'into believing they fooled him. Joo Mounts: was up at Stanton Monday, and we overheard a friend asking him about the now, Rev. J. W. Tyler, boy. Said the friend, "Can it ent of talk yet?" to which Joe prompt Presbyterian xshureh, stopped off ly replied, "No, it can't talk, but "between trains last Friday to talk over work of the Orphans H ome. !" it ca'n cry like h Bert Hammons, Who left a few weoks ago' to join the Uuited was States array, ia now at Columbus, recently advertised that-hwilling to trade a subscription to Ohio, but expects to start for his paper for a root of sassafras. Texas soon', where he will be in Now, what in Old Harry does an the company "doing' border paeditor want with sassafras we trol work. always hoard that it gave you a splendid apoetite. J. L. Clark, who spends the winters at the Old Masons' Home Up in Lee county, tho chicken in Shelbyviile, has returnnd here thieves have been giving their for the summer, and will spend victims gas to make them come most of the next few week's with off the roost- withour squawking. his brother, George Clark, on Next thing we know they'll be Hardwlcks creek. taking a preacher along to talk the birds to sleep so they will Mrs. L. F. Mann, of Elkatawa, come easier. days with is spending frienda in town. Mrs. Mann says , Judge Shackelford opened his that theJodee firpt court at Stanton Monday, and thtit, .ralthogh tliey'..liko ati'd- "to make sure of having a their new iome,fino, theyofteh n e 1J. V. Rose returned home from Lexington last week. Virgil is one of our most young farmers and he has been taking a course in Agriculture at If we had a Stare University, like him Powell hundred For 8ae. A mare, four years county wqld be one of the lead, old, sound and good to work or erg in AgriaiitMro. drive. Lewis Mastin. E B. KOW5 w,t9 5,1 toWn Mao was very last Satufoajr Arch Isaacs; o f Beattyville, reticent abw'what the .Legislawas hero a day or so this week ture had done,, although ho did loading out a lot of ties. his part thoroughly. It is a pity that there could not be more men Wliea you want something to there Hko him, and the business read cill at The Times office. would bo less like a farce thau WViiaVe a supply of all tho latthe recent term was, est 'MigifciHes and periodicals. up-to-d- ate Mill Company Favors Pikes iir received ;at Utll olffcb and shows that tllb rumbni cbhcernih tlib Tiife frtiffidrV.iV I IMS IWI'WM , 1ft fair llilfl llPIn nre II ntlltitHo VV 1 1 V. rt. Co'rtovanl tUn RrriftliIAl.M!irr(it.t .... .. .w the bond iss'uoj ind ' .- to which thdy wore said to bo opposed, wore absolutely dutftjo ... 2 i Winchester, Ky March 39, t91(. EdttdrClay City Times, Dear Sir: It Is being rcjiortetl by some of tho wiso ones iti the good county of Powell that the'BrodheadGarrett Co. M.09(l (a nnncuprl to the valine of bonds for tho purpose of eonstruouhftSfc;;. Attention ii directed to the roads. We wish to say that this is ot Superintend advertisement of Hardwick & iaTofit. ilt 'iti (.hat Wo 'ftikrid tot- Alfr county. work of tho Company, of Stanton, who have klakebettormentof Powell ever 'toe the first; bridge, that was - and without foundation. 'J the agency there for Hart-jSchaff-ne.- r The Hardwick store Is always a busy place and they aim tQ keep everything the people waYit and the best of every line. & Marx clothes- Ipr" toon. - to aid in the eonstraetion, and also made a donation to help VwiW the second one. ,8o now iro avo. bWges at ovcry Imawtwit nfnmiinv nf Uie river in the coa'ntv. aMMsv-irave'iso- - Hugh Bush and Miss fckcy Wells were married Tuesday 'feV the home of the bride's patents,' Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Wells,, Hhrdwicka Creek. The ceremony was performed by Squire Welcn in his usual impressive way, at(1 a largo number of friends wish1 ed the young people a long and happy life. tt - representative gathering' f rom 1TAKTOK. (Continued from 'First Page) and Filson, last Friday, of grip com biped with bronchial trouble. He was taken.slek rather suddenly, and bis children and relatives weresummoned to jiis bedside, and. most of them were there when the end came, tie was 76 years of age and leavea a widow and tetr'cblidren to mourn his departure. Theyar'e Mrs. Minnie Bowen ofFilsort, Mrs. Reese Bowen of Lexington, Mrs, 3. Ff of Filson, Mrs,, Willie Gar rett of tanton, and Flbert, Herbert, Leila, Aha, Orpha and Sebert, the ba by, all of Filson. Armstead-Faulkner- , who died a few weeks ago, was a bro ther. Among those attending the fun' eral from here were Mrst Henry Tip ton, Mr, and Mrs- - Willfe Carrett and Mrs. Harlow Norton ' Kar 'Clay Qtj CwMtractiM Clay City, Ky. - C. istijiWf Brick Layrs.Ne imipslliwf aJsVasfa sfciiAam M IMfflrvQ falAaAJhtsfluJ As 4 Argument-"J- on Bfeea "aH Asr'd ba to a baseball game la dc 'ssusXaaa wK dt) umpire." ta settle everything, ' said Uaele arcuBMMt eeuM be dreaded f Peer Hwry. clear that Mrs. Peck Is the ruling puwer lu that household." "Yes, indeed. Poor Peck Isa't evea megutaed as a belllreat" "It Is quite this end of the county, he issued written invitations to about half the population o f Clay City. Those who were unfortunate (?) agnhas returned' and will.prob-ablenough to po overlooked were go into bticiness here. Mrs hit 'feeling bad about it, though Margisori did tint have good health in Irvine, "rfnd this caused CI iff Shimfessel started last them to dispose offtheir business week to raise u com party of mili at that plaee. ' tia to go to the seat of war. We never thought Chif was much on ' One of the most iKteresting'fle the Qghtiug, ami couldn't under ure.o about Stanton Monday wns stand his attitude until we came Mr. J. L. Martin, who lives in the home and read "the papers of the upper end of the countv. Alda'y before which stated that a though 71 age,'Mk Mar years of company of Americans was.de tin is as spry as the average man fending a brewery against Villa's of forty and seems to bo enjoy, troopers. However, we ought to ing life immensely'. add that Cliff decided not to en list when ho found that lizards Tuesday was tile first day of are plentiful in Mexico. sprint; and indication's are that we will have real spring weather By the way, we hoard a good from now on. m tho .Una' a whilo ago that is .too rich marshes thoir to keep. One of sprint: songs, and people who are became the father of a fond of early vegetables are busy bouncer, and the phystctun at- planting their garden. tending advised the mother .concerning her diet for a few days. Wo noticod A. T. Whitt oat He then left the house and afew with his automobile, Sunday, for liQiirs after was loungini: in the the first time in months. After Comply store when the .young wo get the pikes tho automobile man oania in and calling him to owners will be able tnusMhejr oue. side, said earnestly, "Say, cars nil tho year roand, and this Doc, I'm mighty fond of Irish will mean that there, will be sev. potatoes. Reckon it would hurt eral moro cars in the eoouty. that young oue if I had a mess of them for dinner to.morrow?" Any old friends- - of .Major Blackburn were glad to see him. Larrison left town Hidden. about Stanton at the opening ef ly last week for Mlddlolown Ohio. Circuit court. The Major has We sniilcd when we heard of his been in poor health solttt going 'as Syl is a good christian time and suffers.wverely w nod goes to church regularly, and rheumatism, but is likewise, he knew as well as we able to get a round 'it did that the grand jury would be Wo must in session this week. Sam Oarr bat paajrfmni 4te however, that we were JuneWaltera home.? Meghan admit mistaken in our surmises us he icsville, Mr. WraHrs M family wad only trying to keep out ef haviag dntsta4 te meve to Irvine tho way of a recruiting iMisr wkereb i employ ed in the lu 4c who was reported to ba oh his M. s4iep. Mr. Carr.has also pur-- 1 wy hero to gather Syl and his ch4m the seven-aer(arm of bin drum into the fold for Mex Mm. Slly'IIendrlck8,o (h edge ico, to lead the beys uftet Villa. ef town. - Dick Richardson p o k e d bjs head in the Times office tho otlw er day to remark that, thanks to the advertising done by handbills he had printed here and by notices iti the paper, his rfle of stock 'tfnd' hbuseh'old' goods waiia succesi ifi'flpite'of the bad weatlfi get homesick fqr'rtld.Olav'Citvv 'Everything mentioned' Iri er. r, the advertising was sold at 'good Fratk Marsisorf- who moved x ryear prices, from here to Irvine-abou- t j. This good, work" watj done by tho activ ity and csorts ot John ts. iturgacr, wi.o deserves a great deal of ocdit tot ultniit. thA trnrnmebtai .If tko county aqthoritle. will: select Hght one for BupcriBtenaent ot construction of these roads, iey w ill ntft.e no mistake In voting this tax Qpefl poople. From our oPservatioM rwr tho past few yoars pt the reckjess manner in which the people's money s spent, wo Warn the cit liens of Powell county to be very careful In selecting their road superintendent. Yours Truly, . Co. The Brodhead-Qarre- tt By H. G. Garrott, Pres. tintn te. ' V --7 the. ..corn belt, but that be pre. fars Old Kentucky .to spend .the jest of his days in. ..During Mr. Seweil'f,absenco his work aj'tjbe depot and purnpintr station was j'ooked after by Charley, Hijpy.-- : Tho hiRh"'wind Wednesday 3itl Dr. and Mrt. Martin and daughter, Grace; Mr. and Mrs. G. Hackwortti; Mrs. Bascom Walters and two little boys, and Mrs. Mandy Walters, spent Sun day with Mrs. Milly Skinner, at Waltersville, and enjoyed, a splendid dinner. Aunt Milly, who ib 72 years of age.' has liyed for 69 years on the same piece of property, and is one of our oldest citizens. A meeting was held in Win last Thursday night or the. purpose of trying to induce the L. & N. to give a better Berv ice between McRnberts and LouisvUW .Lexington and Olay Cjty was not represented, as we are not on the route that would be taken, as the, additional, sorvice is slated to go via Beattyville and Frankfort. Chester Win-Cheste- qufte a lot of dalnage around Many large sheets of tin town. roofing were seen sailing nboiit nt the and tho smoke-stack- s Brodlfead-Garro- tt mili and at. Oassidy'tf mill, were both blowta down; A chimney on the Red River Hotel was also blown oil aud crashed into the building occupied by H. H. Pherlgo1, bat no seripu8 damage resulted from ft. tilfs's liwuualltlss. Life has snaay laequaMsa. The t. who aeyer jiafan, 14l geta the same waierfc ike Wi druBBsaf, who ki'afa twe-thls( t a nq-saesrk tlHt, r. The-frog- s have-commence- d our-youn- g mar-rieqVme- u ' 6)ut af H Meutha of fake. UttW'MHh had beea to a ssdata, aad'a s4eter sataa was sever ;VWtto feed." As ber saetker aalalied aaVM-tarMreltesa- " prayers at supsr ta MaaHaa, aave time" talajs Squire Sewell returned Tues day f row Illinois, where he has been spending a couple of weeks with relatives. TheSquira says things are looking pretty gem! in bastda AIm, tbara are a d uaay wldaws a kmc M wMtar whose bus- - Umt baMavf la preparedBSH- - Sl fr THORNHILL WAGONS Are Sold in Powell County by Clay City, e .mrm & mqvjre Ktntucky'