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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): March 30, 1916 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1916 cla1916033001_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 30, 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. Burghet jE (D v. .-l M. P. O'MARA, r tr- - XT T . s - - - Edker We are Here to Hf!p Clay City, the Surrounding Country and Ourwivej. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. IVOL. XXI. OLAt CITY, &Y., THURSDAY irse Breaks Lest MARCH HO , J9IO tfoTls nls Back, Matt Spencer, A. P. Crawford, of Jnckon, Mrs. Burrel Akcrs, A. P.Johnson, Topher Daniel and wife, and Day Daniel and wife, of Clay City. Miss Nora West of Stanton surprised Js this The Reason ?" InMifdHole Big Revival Hard-wick- STANTON. A few days itgtf we heard one good citizens jumping on another wliti stated that the county wna tSo poor now to pay for roads or ter listening to the talk for awhile wo nre convinced' that the foresaid good citizen knew what ho was talking about. His argument wa thit Powell county fjenple did not pay sufficient taxes on their property, giving it in 6 the assessor at a fraction of its He cited several ineeal value. stances of men who owned splendid furms along the river bottoms and who value this land to the assessor it $f6 or $20 an iftre, when, in fact, it was worth 1100. One man he mentioned.as Having recently refused, 120,000 fjjr his farm which is assessed at $8,000, and another who berated fhv Board of Supervisors for rais-rti'- g the valuation of his farm friim $1,800, to $2,100, when he huTi just refused an offer of $9,000 iny other Improvements, and, af- (kflrfnr if. tion that this condiaffairs exists in every eouuty to a greater or less extent (Hit we are convinced that, until the taxpayers of .the county rjay wore ,inf"prop6rtioi.?to the: true We suppose ,of will bo somefjn.e singing, and a revival is promisecT. Brn's" Marcum und Kirk have only recently concluded a Owsley county, 'where several souls were savYou, Good ed and whereii,lVrge church will be built. Everybody is invited Judge Shackelford's act ion last to attend' thesejiiieetiugs week in entering a rule aguingt those persons summoned' for jury ANNOUNCEMENT service aud who failed to obey the summons, is u measure that To the reoplo dlhrf Seventh Appcl will meet with general approval. . It, has been customary for some lato District, At the Bolicttatlprt of many friends, of those summoned for jury I liave t'on'oltiiSfed",t'G GeeoVno a candi vice to absent themselves when: date tor Judge: "of the Cdurt of Appeals it suited their convenience, bu a for WW (7thJ Appelate District or few stiff fines will breakup this subject to iHe8ctiort of the party attfyBiPrimarjr Election pratice. Those who offended 'his payment of to be held on the'Stu day of August, time were' let off oh 1016. the costs but were given, n lect rtTce for nomin In nre by Judge Shackelford On the ation,entih;thftunmindful the the fact of I am iiot advisability of obeying a court that there uspirants to this snjnmops. great office. To" be Judge of the liigh- est court Of ritifBtaro'lrah exalted A horse belonging to George Tackelt, a rag buyer of Wincffo ter, became stuck in a mudhole ft short distance from rowell's Vat ley church last, week and in at tempting to get nut the animal broke one of its legs and had to bo destroyed. The horse was fairly gobd one. worth?afcuut $100 ten times' what it w6uld' have cost to fix the mudhole. (By P. O. Dcrthick.) A revival meeting will bo held s at the old M.'E. dlmrcli on Rev- - Wm. Kirk is near Winchester creek, commencing Satur- this week, preaching. day, April 1. , The meeting will Ren Hatton of Bowon was here this be conducted by Rev. Win. Kirk, week attending court. assisted by Rov! Wm. Marcum, J. II. Hardwick of Winchester was of Owsley coorify, and the full hero Tuesday of this week. gospel, wjll bo,p"rached. There Jailer Martin has a house full of her many friends by leaving her school work at Richmond, where she was attending tho Kentucky State Normal, regular For Judge. ' . nr Ken-tuck- y, an are-ftthq- r' oh worthy. 'ffaKyipiah'8 ambition. fetiniui a prtapereontyt frfm to d.ijuivfhTne buteuvV heMriorfl v, A. kBi Shearer, of near Huur$ this conntyrotainis the record for. projiressive neighbors. & lifted of pise A bow. i . . r .. . . liiK to Mr. Shearer naa louun u . .t ...... 01t Found1 In Madison rcil JIKD. ...liii.lt i. nmuii id. said to he the largest uuiiher. J While digging, post .holej on ever known m this sectioli of the hisfiirnin the. Red kick preek State. Tim pigs are all thriving section of Hiudison county, Pred hnicelv. This was the sow-sec. Lakes struck u at a depth Of v first being ajirter ond litter, abouffour feet.5 Samples of' the or thirteen.' WincliesterIJfnio: experts" are said to 11 lll-irriV aMy'Otliert'andkJnto'hteaHniffoVtha; honor. The omce oelongs- to the peo ple and they- will choose that candidate who suits them best. Only one of the candidates offered will be chosen by the respective political parties. . While it is true that the Judiciary, in its true intent and purpose, rests upon an eminence high above the piano of partisan politics, still the of the Statu have established primary elections for the purpose of choosing the candidates for Judges of all the Courts wttnin tne uommonwcaitn as oil shown fo wi 11 as those offices of more or less be of excellent- - quality arid sev-t- l political nature, and we must conform nil mem went immediately to the law as we find it. Blank deeds for safe at The The people in the state and nation to. look the ground over and try look- to their courts for protection in Times office, 5 cents each. and secure leases-- . their lives, libetiesand property rights The highest courts bring i n review thelr'riglits and stand as a bulwark to the citizen when his constitutional or legal rights are invaded. I Hence the peoplo do, with care, so lect men Of judicial temperament for the Judiciary, and it is ono of the glo ries of the American Commonwealths, and of tho National Union, that the courts, taken as a whole, are above reproach or suspicion. Tlio seventh Appoiiuto District is a largo and Important District, full of business and full of development. A largo volume or legal business goes Car you intend buying. To Purchase from this District to tho Court of Appeals at every term. Many Important matters involving life, liberty and . . property, must bo settled by thiscourt. IRvc Pangerl , I promise you that, it elected to this great ofHce, It shall bo iuy nolo purpose and dcsiio to do the right, as I see the right, to tho end that all persons, inso iTKrcc Pawengwl? far as in my power lies, shall Imvo full These Prices F. O". B, Detroit and ample Justice regardless of their political Hfllliations, religious opinions, or stations in lifo. I sincerely hope that you may kindly lend ihe a helping hand, thus making Distributor of Ford Cars fpr Pewell County.vuro my. success la this tho greuteat ambition of my lifo, that I may have tho honor and tho great pleasure of occupying a placo on the bench of the highest Court of your Commonwealth. Most Sincerely, Your Friend, law-make- rs - KOW IS THE TIME that the univps;al car and meeting Goodloo SpUrlnck of Key West, Florida, at Winchester, and marrying, Thursday. Wo are Informed that these two had formerly been on intimate terms, and when Goodloo hoarders since court commenced, cahie hero to attend the funeral of hit Mrs. Gilford Thomas of Hatchers father, they decided to marry. They creek is some better from her sick will probably return to Key West, spell. whore Mr. Spurlock is a Quartermaster Zach Connor of Winchester was hero in the IT. S. Navy Our congratulaattending court th(s week and ming- tions go to these young people. ling among his friends As this goes to the paper the case of Arthur Chany and wife f turned Sat- White v. Martin et al, is being tried. urday from Whick in Breathitt county The isnuels: Who will retain posseswhere they hud beeo visiting. sion of what has been known as the .ihmrs Chancy left Sunday for Jack- mountain tract of tho old Gay farm son where he Ims a position with his near Bowen. Dave Threasher got a patent from the Gommonwealth and brother John, on the railroad. It is Ben Kincald of Clay Cllty was here sold it to Wm Martin for $25. attending court this week and working claimed by plaintiff that tho tract in in the interest of his candidacy for dispute is worth from ?1,500 to $2,000. Plaintiff claims it under an old VirginSheriff. ia grant issued to Samuel-Yeunj- r in Mrs. W. It. Catron has laid in a sup- 1780 and handed down through the ply of beautiful hats for spring and Gay and Chenault heirs. The defend-ent- s wants her many friends to como and claim that it was unclaimed land sen her. and fpeured a patent on it on t li a t Spring sure must becoming as we ground. J. D. Atkinson is the lawyer saw several boys running around bare for plff . and J. 8mith nayB orWlnches-te- r and A. T Stewart of Stanton, for foot this week. Saw one young man deft. with a straw hat on. Loter The Jury returned a verdict Dillard Martin of Junction City, Wednesday aftf moon - 'avor of Mr. Tenn., is here this week visiting his White. He is a riinny friends arid relatives. 'TtflWr8rIUlf.,VOttniKll . rtiftilrfliv-'irttrtw- - den TfTpto-Hazarj- f last neck on very Dr. Breeze, of the did Furttaee'country was here this week visitihg bis' urgent business while the grand jury twin daughters-- wno-- . are attending the was in session. We are informed that eollege here. He left for.Bloomington two young ladies of Stanton who were III , to visit another daugoter who has summoned before the grand Jury, also been living in California but wlio is left hurriedly for other parts till it had now touring with a theatrical com- adjourned. As Judge Shackelford has fined other witnesses for not being pres pany. ent when their names were called, we Tho court house developed several trust that this will also be investigat leaks du.'fng tho rains this week. This ed. The law is supposed to be no reis too bad as the roof was ouly put on specter of persons and we trust that two or three years ago. The writer Judge Shackelford will show no par has had sad experience with a leaky tiality hero. Tho writer was much roof and knows how to sympathize gratified while attending court to see with the county Judge who has to look witnesses called to strict account for after this. not being present when called, and Christopher Daniel of Clay City and Judge Shackelford desires it to be Miss Henrietta Uennitigfleld of Ross-ly- known from now on that every witness surprised their many friends by must be present and that they will bo getting married at Clay City last week. fined unless prevented t front coming Miss Benuingflold was attending school by sickness or other lawful excuso. Iwro up to the time .she was married. This is a good thing, as much of the She is the daughter of Mitt Benning-fiel- d cost of conducting a session of court of Ilosslyn, and the groom tho son would be eliminated. Spread the news of Day Daniel uf Clay City. far.ftni near that Judge Shackelford I Tho case of Day Daniel against Matt means business Spencer of Jackson is to be tried on Tho heavy windstorm last week did Wednesday of this week. Among thoso much damage here. It partly unroofhero in the interest of tho cuso aro ed tho depot, Mr. Catron's store ant Judge. G. W. Fleenor of Winchester, Hon. T. O. Johnson ofTallega, Gran- Cbntinued on last page in, 1916 touring Car 1916 Roadster .... $440 A Square Deal. We. aim to treaty our customers in ' $390 the A. T. Whitt, Clay City, K$. - best possible manner and to give them a square deal. Our Stock Is clean, and fresh, and our prices are Give us a. trial. right.. O. V. OOUIILKY. Henry Waldron WALTERSVILLE, KENTUCKY When you want snluelkng to read call a) Tli, Times. oKice, We have a supply o: all the latest Magazines and periodicals. - !w- . THE TIMES. inrlnnr Wnrk&r Is Handicapped Office Men Often Pa Old 1 Selling Automobiles A HARVCLLOttS B4JINWS INmckhtTw Ai Democratic Newspaper rur twto.iiwriiigt9,tc9iiiMit cm, Umut Uihti buMtimn Hi iukc THERE IS Many a man who can't build a chicken cqdp in a week, who can finish sev eral air castles in a night! Dream good Elfhteen Years Penalty For Indoor Grind Her OaihcBiBIw hiovtejftwiT. tin tonro Wmitio. Wuti F.aswgwf. IW.KbJ The Best Weekly In this Section. An Ideal SpVlnc Laxative A good and time tleq remedy is Dr. Kiug's New Life Pills. Tho first dose will move your sluggish bowels, stimulate the liver and clear the system of waste and Yon owe it to blood impurities. yourself to clear the system of body poiHono, accumulated during the winter. Dr King's New Llfo Pills will do it. 25c: nt your Druggist. M. P. O'Mara Entered as second-clas- a ter at tho Post Office Editor mail mat at Clay City, Ky., under tho Act of Congress of March 3, 1870. A HOME-MAD- K PAPER. MAR. 00. 1910 THURSDAY. Profits $200,000 N. Holly Witherspoon, President. "other fellow." W. R. Sphar Cashier. It is this spirit that prompts so YOUR ACCOUNT SOLICITED. ninny prominent business men i every community to endorse Tan lac Taiilnc assists nature to CLEANING AND PRESSING. throw off depression aud ih its I am ready to do your Clean place to stimulate tho system Good work ing and Pressing. with the result that energy and guaranteed and charges reasonvigor return. moans a mat "tired feeling" able. Orders left with J. Bloom good deal more than is generally will receive prompt attention. realized. It is one of the symp JAMES WILLIAMS. toms of a more serious condition It is not laziness, it is a physica ailment that need correction be For Goad Barberiajr Try fore it takes a firm hold on you A. P. Johnson The results nf the Taulao treat ment are amazing. In the old stand, next, to the Red Tanlao tends to make tired out, RIverHatel. -i v 42nWa. listless persons eturdvyvftd of ,re al manhood and womanhood like Shsmpeig and Scalp TtWubSm those but most sen sible folks the pioneers. TREES. As a touic, appetizer and in and Ornamental Fruit trees, vigorant. nnthiag has over been discovered that will compare Shrubs, Grape Vines, Rhubarb, As with Tanlac. It builds now tis paragus, l'comes, Pblox, noses, etc. sues, vitalizes the blood, and acts EVERY THId-FOORCHARD. so favorably on ailments of the LAWN AND GARDEN. stomach, liver and kidneys, and catarrhal'affections of the mu NO AGENTS FREE CATALOGS cous membranes. quiet about it. H. F. HUlenmeyer Is Sons. Satisfied users of Tanlac have Lexington, Ky. Another movement to have proven to bo Tanluc's best adver Henry Youfsey paroled form the tisers; Men and women, from For fine Watch and Cleck penitentiary at Frankfort, has the highest to the lowest walks been on hand for some time past of life, everywhere are testifyicg .REPAIRING but it seems that it will have lit daily to the relief Tanlao lias has brought them. No other One member of the tie effect. or any work in my line, I wul Board of Prison Commissioners remedy has won such endorse be glad te haveyou call on me will be in favor of the parole be tneut8, that can onlv come from nig granted, but the other two superlative merits. S. V. LARISON m laniac is stng especially in members have signified their in troduced ih Clay Gity aWlie Eir-tention of righting it. Clay City, Kentucky Youfsey has now served about tou cVMcQuire store, where the sixteen yea-for his complicity Tanlac man Js daily explaining WHEN YOU WANT in tho killing of Governor Goe- - its merits arid the results that hel, aud as the rest of those ac may be expected from its use A SHAVE OR. HAIR CUT cused of the crime are at large it OR ANY iiniao may e obtained in uoes seem a pity mat one man should be made the scapegoat Stanton at Hardwick & 'Go.; TON80.fiIAL.WOKK Previous efforts at obtaining i Bowen, Day & King; Oollese CALL ON parole for YoUtsey have been in Hill, Ginter Bros.: Torrent, J. H. H. PHBJtiaO. vain,, and it is probable that he Taylor Day; lrtine, Irvine Drug G- owill bave to remain in prison for the rest of his life. Colds v 1 The few people in the county who are fightinc the bund issue are coming down to pretty low tactics when they get l ai::ua-ini- r some of the largest taxpayers in the county, and men who have always been free in uivlnt; if their lime and money for any. thing for the good nf the county, of nuposing the pikes. Last week we heard a whisper in Stanton C that the Brodhead-Ganv- tr was oppoed the bond issue, and before we had opportunity to write Mr. Garrett about the matter wo received a letter from him at Winchester, to tho effect that the B rod head Garrett Go. always was in favor of anything that would benefit Powell county and .that they were for the bond issue no stronraB Possible All the lHiruegt,tHxpayer4in the .county,1 III1 I . tl men .wihi wurnave me iiiewwi to p.iy for the pikes, are in favor 0f them, and it is only a few. disgruntled one, who are afraid tliev might have to pay a more a year in taxes, that oppose them. And these few are rapid ly coming to see that they are in the minority uiid that their views are uot very widely spread and they are keeping miglit T. V We can't all he devotees and so the the great out ofllco men aud women too often pay tho penalty of the grind at tho desk. There comes in many coses th sluggishness that is bred of phys ical inactivity and the ailments that mark tho indoor man for their own. To say "Ifeol good all over is to speak the acme of content aud when this is supplemented by a steady, healthy increase weight after a long period of suf fermg, the fortunate man usually feels that ho wants to share his good luck with the lesi fortunate all-day ebut enc-ree- ukx FINISH the chicken count. coop-m- ake a The fellow who used te whisper sweet nothings to a girl now has te sidestep the fellow who makes a. neiee like real money. The substitute for dreams ia CASH start a Savings Account Clay Gity National Bank PAYS 3 PER CENT COMPOUND INTEREST THE WINCHESTER SANK, of-- Winchester, Ky. Capital Stock $100,000 Surplus and Undivided STANTON Student Admitted COLLEGE, KY. STANTON, at Any Time One of the Best Schools in Kentucky. Courses in Agriculture and Domestic Science. Review Classes in the Common Branches the Term. WH be Conducted throughout By pangjar "atei "of itheir JExpenses jn Work, Students may ge at the Urrmftary asjow jjfpfl 5o per "Week. i few-cent-s For Information Write to ' Rev. J. C. Hanley, President, Stanton, Ky. .Black-Draug- want to tell you what wonderful benefit I have received from tK use of Thedford's writes Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky. "It certainly has no equal for la grippe, bad colds, liver and stomach troubles. I firmly believe saved mv little olrl's Iff Whsn eh. ua they went In on her, but d dose of ThedfnrH' made them break out, and she has had no More iroume. i snail never be without Black-Draught," Black-Dratm- ht one-eooht Saved Girl's life "l s THEDFORD'S . DLACK DRAUGnl 1 y horne." for constipation, Indigestion, headache; Black-Draug- ht dlzzl-'ne- ss, : Qukky RoHeved utter cold. Take Dr. Kinc'e New Discovery aod you wilt get almost It checks your immediate relief. gold, stops the rackinpr, rasping; tis sue tearing couuhi heals the ifla ajacJ ii matlon, roothee tke raw tubes. Easy to take!, Antiseptic a ad UeU We aad 'gAM Turn awl, City ng. Oet a 50c, bottle Property of all kiwis. We bave some King's Nw, Dlocovery arid k.ep oiee farces ia Clark s4 aJjeiatBg it in the house,. "It is aertainly couNtieu for sale or rest. Write us grsat KieJisirM and I keep a botT vkat yeH want. ble. Anyone who could do such aak bow uwefe ,sbe welcha." 8' qf,',U .eestinualiy, 0 hand," Wa Ufffcta aM ai wrltus W, O. JeeraaR, Franoonla, a spiteful, lot is surety not human TRACY ANB STOKELY tied bo punishment could be too Blank deeds for sale at The N. H. Money lmk if not satis tied butjt nearly always helps. bevere for him. Times office, 5 cents cask. 0W Mfttn 9irt9t WtnfcM4iT Ky ATTENTION Tue who infljeted URUOOISTS-STOR- E KEEPERS two severe cuts on a mule An exclusive Tanlac agent Is J. B. Eaton, while the wanted In every town, village n animal was tied ih front of the and cress read In this county. jail at Stanton, Jaet weak, should lot particular and advertlilng if apprehended, be given a life plana address Cooper fledlctae Company, Dayton, Ohio. sentence in the penitentiary. The animal was gashed with a knife in two places betweeu the forelegs where tho boy who bad ridden it to Stanton from Clay Mrev Rounds' Petition. "Mra., Reufid h) oae woman wbc City could uot detect he'iiiiury do Ain't aretd telling bar age," sale in the dark, 'Apd the suffering Mrs. Dljahti 111bs deceptively caused the dumb brute was terri "ftbe's alif aja so tnteM yea dida't low-dowBc- Many people cnugli and cougli . rnm tne beglnpini: or Kali right throuffh to Spring, Otbers get cold malaria, chills and fever, biliousness, and. all. similar ailments, Thedford's has proved itself a safe, reliable, gently and valuable remedy. If you suffer from; any of these complaints, by .Black Draught. It is a medicine of known merit Seventy-fiv- e Xears .of splendid success proves its value. Good for young and okL For sale everywhere. Price 25 cents. I . U ah- - m WWWW POWELL tk JACKSON of aH Kinds ef Fire, Life, TfifRatfe, Llshlnlf and Hall Ihjw-anee- ., We are aJs'afMts far 'the ItHMie tvrety We ire; WrltM-- s I MptisJ fMftllf-fllia- of-D- r. Jy Paiy i nrat LkrVWe paresl to do a BwUhq j&il . aess, POWELL A JACKSON Sam W. -- rm Hm In 0wt Hm. WlSSWrW WlaaitMUr CO f5-.:0- . i'-- - : - - . ....... . - & - : V- - SUPPLEMENT TO t; o THE CLAY CITY TIMES Thursday, March 30 to the Olark county line, via Clay City. No 3, From Stanton to Montgomery Owing to tlio fact that a num- county line. ber of pcoplo of the county are No, 8. From Stanton to the Wolfe not sure of what disposition will county line. No. 4. From Stanton th the Menc-fe- e bo made of the funds secured county lino. from the sale of the road bonds, No. 5. From Stantomto Estill counwe print herewith, the order of ty line. N the Fiscal Court as it appears on No. 0. From Stanton t o the Lee the Clerk's minute book. This county line. shows that the money will be Thefmileage on theso lines is approx" equally divided, one half to be imately as follows : ' ' spent east of Stanton and ono-- . No. 1. Ten miles. one-ha- lf No. 2. Four and miles. half west, and that no one place No. 3. Eighteen miles. will be favored. No. 4. Four miles. Powell County Fiscal Court, Special No. 5. Three miles. This No. 6. Eight miles. "Term, Hold at the Court-hous28th day ot Feb. 1018. Y It is further Ordered by this Court : Present; Hon. : That under any and all conditions, one A. T. Knox, Judge, half of the improvement of the roads J. A; Be well, Justice, in the county shall be made east of G. 8, Spurlock, Stanton and one-ha- lf west of Stanton. . Ohas. Welch, M or Sale 500 locust posts, all 0. A. Means, It G.B. Caudcll, sizes. Apply to A. T. Whitt. . and the following business was transcounty-sea- t, 1916 Fiscal Court Order considerably. Word from Joe Vaughn, of Kansas City, Mo., who wuuts his street address chunked, says that he could not possibly got along without The Times. D. R. Daniel Wins Day K. tDaniel was awarded n judgement against A. O. Crawford for $500, against Sam Jett for 8500, and against A. A. Allen for $100, in his suit against these parties for false arrest, which was tried in Circuit Court Thursday morning. The case arose out of a hog buying deal several months ago. iki thi ' er ed otj hi Frank Kincaid and family have moved into the residence recently vacated by R. P. Rose, who has moved, to Clark county to the place he bought there. , art ou -- e, r licl tri SEED FOK SALE. The Clay City Construction company has secured the conA few bushels of choice seed tract fur walling In I ho battery potatoes at. 90 ee::ts a bushel. of boilers p't the dry kilns being Also a few bushels of New Eru installed by the Brodhead-Gar-re- tt pea seed. J. W. Mize, Vaughns company. Mill, Ky. A letter from Dr. C. H. Gage Hives the information that he is by mm time on his way across acted: Resolution and Order Powell County Fiscal Court On motion of Squire J S. (to well, seconded by Squire Chos. Welclu the following is passed by the Powell County Fiscal Co urtns follows: Be itresolved, That the public inter est demands the improvement and construction of public roads on all the oounty-seroads, hereinafter dencrio-ed- ,on the most direct and practical routes j and it is the sense of this Court that said roads be improved under 'State aid and State supervision during at was in town Wednesday on night here with Sam Carr and family. Dr. Shad returned to the Atlantic, braving the danger Cincinnati Monday to close up of German submarines and mines his business there and wilt locate H. K. Blantntt, of Knowlton, on .i business mission. in Clay City. F. Mann paid us a call list week when she J. M. Kennnu attended the ilnwii from their home at court day sales at Winchester Mrs. Mann says getting Monday, ,? The Times each week is just like r,eivSivin: n letter from home. beeu very Mrs. ill for several days ind is mill in . G. W. Lvle was in from Furnh serious condition. ace to attend court Monday. The dry oil well recentlv drilled out 10 10. Found, laaf. wefk in the lodge on the mountain will not interhereby made to the Application is Owner may have fere with tho 'possum hide Commissioner of Public Roads for room, a key. of the Stutn Kond same by applying at this oflice. county proportion or the papaw crop. Estill , Fund lo be apportioned to Powell Tribune. county, for the Improvement of said Carl Hall bought a house from roads. It appears that the Fiscal John Kirk and moved it to his Bro. Reynolds and Mr. and Court of Powell county linU fur the own lots. He will be living in it Mrs. Oouinn, who assisted iu the purpose of constructing roads and bridges in 1015, exclusive of the fund before Ioiil'. big tent meeting last fall, spent received from the State as Powell Wednesday in town and held serO. A. Lipscomb of Winchester, county's State aid apportionment vices at the Methodist church $4,800.00, that Powell county had in spnut Sunday here with bis mm, Wednesday night. A good crowd 'addition to this included in abovo from who is a machinist at the Pear-sit- e 'Mrs. . L. frn-iKllv- Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Uogerr re- wa turned last Friday from a visit at Furnace with Mr. Rogers' mother. Mrs. Abigail Rogers' who is Jesse-EatpnJm- 8 nearly 82 years of ageMrs. Rogers Iuih not been in good health lately, and owing to her age, the children feel some anxiety re- garding her. C. C. Daniel took a little bnnch of cattle through town Saturday, s moving them from ur on creek to the home place, where ho will feed them for the Chris handles a lot of summer. cattle in a vear, and is one of the best feeders in Hip county, his stock finding ready sale iu the city markets. Hard-wick- bui-ne.8- 8 y poll tax. all of which was devoted to the improvement of roads and bridges for county in addition to the above amount the county through State's labor for $6,400 estimated valuo at f 1.00 per day. xTeerefore, It Is Ordered: That the 'Flar.nl ("Vinrt ett Potrnlt pniintv nntitinn i the State ' of Kentucky and tho State Commissioner of Public Roads for county proportionate share of the State Itoaa Fund for the use of this county for the improvement of above described roads, and agrees to furnish a like amount. It is further Ordored t That a copy ot these resolutions and a copy of this court order be certified to the Commissioner of Public Itoads for his approval. Those voting In the afllrmatlve : J. A. Sewell, Ohas. Welch, O. D. Caudell, Ohas, A. Means, and O. S. Spurlock, v Those. voting in the. negative: None. 1. One road from Stanton, the plant. Trains running west over the . have all been delayed on account of slides ca'iseil by the heavy rains. L, & attended. A. T. Whitt has purchased several lots from Edwin Rose. They were part of the Medlock tract Mr, Rose recently purchased. SanrLipscomb sustained a slight injury to one of his eyes while working at the Pearsite plant Tuesday. A b ai all particle of steel lodged in the optic acd caused considerable trouble until removed by Dr. Nartin. n Wo are in receipt of a letter from R. T. Brashear, who formerly lived on Suow creok, this county, and who i'b well known Mr. to many of our readers. Brashear had to go to California Tribune. last fall for tho benefit of his Circuit Court adjourned Thursday noon after, a session lasting Dr. Shad, of Cincinnati, one of health, and renews his subscripeight dayB. Both tho civil nud tho most noted rupturo special-Hi- tion to The Times so that ho may in the, State, spent Saturday get all the news of his old home. criminal, dockets were cearel up s Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Margi-sohave removed to Clay City, J. T. Wright has bought of W. Mr. Margison having severed his L. Bvrd, of Spout Spring, the connection with the mercantile river farm known as the Osborne firm of Margison & Drake. The place and' will get possession im- communisy regrets to lose this popular young couple. Estill mediately. The heavy rains early in the week had every appearance of causing a serious flood before the Wednesday waters went down. the river was away out morning of the banks and was spreding over the bottom lands. The mill Co. was of tho Brodhead-Garrct- t forced to close down Tuesday on account of the high water. . ny'anj, the inerchanla i worcT out denominations oMipTdess than "one! JTTP TlToro nr.'.5 nV. I ore than flvo hundred I frHlli lt'?5? j5egjb!s 1 " In r - BLANK PAGE(S) . es )on L ft - ' V- - . 4 v.;.- ' ' I "ft; . - ' k .K? V i v?. ' ' '' ,f t-- if'.. . , ' ' -- "j ' ' . ' '' ' .V, ' t 5- e ."3 . V 1 R - i t A. rS 'Hi v : '' if- - Hardwick & Co. J? SELL HART, SCHAFFNER & MARX CLOTHING AS. Do you like to, wear good clothes-cloth- es that have class to them, that haye that look of quality, style, fit and high class tailoring which can never be Clothes that hold their put into cheap clothes? .v shape and look good till they are worn out? And V would you like to buy your Spripg" suit at several 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 full line of samples. We want you who appreciate good clothes to try a suit, for are confident that would get your clothing business afterward, as that ; has been our experience with this line. In order to get them introduced are making special low prices on .them, which will make their cost to you only a ; little higher than ordinary clothing, $ ! -- -- J X We guarantee a fit and that they will be sat- -. isfactory in every way. It will pay you to take advantage, of this tunity, . oppor- - Come and see our hew" samples Copyright Hurt Schaffaer & Marx Hardwck & Go V' KENTUCKY-For Your Child's Cough 5T ANTON, ' Dangers of Dratt t t t t t f V: VTRDEN (Crowded out last week.) J. guest, of her grandmother, Mrs.' 4 Mnrgisoiij Saturday and Sunday. 'i ' " Robert. Tuttle who has been ill Mrs. s(joiubs spent Monday with. la. grippe and typhoid for with Mrs.0. O. Curtis. the past few weeks, Is no better 'U. W. Curt in of Pine. Ridge, at, this writiug. visited liia brother, C. 0. Curtis A)id Sf-- ..i.M.i-.,- .. family, here Sunday. Ballard Bjaley and wife and BLADE. , . . J. U McDanicM made a business trip to Wolfe county Thurs'V of lhvaley.cn day. was'here hist week looking fojr n ono ut West . A. B. Ewen of Oouuhts. visit filrni, und purchased Beiid. eel. his trfother here and attended ' Chester Oisden has treatod his court at Stanton last week, ner Elwood. Quite a number from hero at. yjrditid jranlon tended circuit court Monday and "pearance u great deal. heare. tho now judge oppii court. " Binall crntyd turned out His raothoJs arq apprgved by the a J. Ust Sunday to hear Bro. Luwry, people up here, particularly in aro making those. smnmoned, appear e & .There ara many before iiirehJes about attemling-ohurch- . imehtsnt .j'ihn Bowman . tin. r.mar''i Wullorsvillo Sunday., colli. n If your child bus runs or cough nini'b : a ciuhII bottle of Dr. Ball's Pine. I'ar Hon-eHon It's a pleasant Pine-Ta- r ey syrup, just what children like und just the medicine u oothe the Commonwealth of Kentucky After cough and check, the cold. Powell County taking children stop freltiin:, sleep In the matter of petition of It. C. tell. Hall and 140 and more others: good and are soon entirely Honey Insist on Dr. Bell's Pine-TuNOTICE 0& ELECTION You will take notice that on the 7th 2oo. at your Druggist. y. NOTICE of ELECTION ta rQf l" court-Owin- g 'X 1 4 K.L. Wallw, of Lexington, v15te4'Ki8'prandmother Sunday, d t'elehrated hia lotJTWrth.'la. was. served A? splondid dinner ' Wnd all present enjoyed a flje time. r. -- to tho difficulty in get. freight shipped here the railroad company has chanced the na.mo of the station from Dundee to Slade, making it the titi same as tho Before this a groat deal of our freight was sent to Dundee in Ohio county, and both the railroad compa uy and, the merchants woro put to a lot of bother. There aro sev. eral other places on the line where' two names are used one for the po8ofIicQ uud the other by the railroad, and it would) be. a ico n.ve nie nee to'have them all changed. 4. post-ollice. tv list. CALLOWAY'S ORESK. (Crowded out:last wcckA) ".Mrs. "Mr. AVitt Hf J. S. Tuttla is on the. sick WBii Mrs. W. . J. Masters of Mr, and Mrs. C. 1. Miwters Sunday. ' S)rin8, visited Martyrs day of February 1010. tho County Court of Powell County, Kentucky, upon petition, ordered nnd directed' an election to be held in each and every voting precinct in said county and state, between the hours of 0 a. in, and 4. p, m., on Monday, the Tenth day of April, 1010, at the regular voting places therein, by tho ofllccra of the regular November election, at. which time and places there will be submitted to the legally qualified voters of caid pre rub oft. cincts in saiu county, uio lonowing question, in the following substunco und form, to wit: Aro tou In favor of ) issuing Forty Thou-- ) YES sand Dollars (HO.-- ) 000) in bonds, for ) the purpose o f ) building roads und ) bridges In Powell ) NO county Kentucky? ) Said bonds, if issued, to bear interest at a rate not to exceed five per centum por annum, with coupons attached, k payable bonus to be in denominations of not less than one hundred nor more than live hundred dollars each, to. run not less than live nor more, than thirty years, redeemable within that time at the pleasure of the Fiscal Court, and to be sold at not Iws than par value and accrued Intoc-semi-annuall- y, Drafts feel best when we are hot and peiepiring, just when they are most dangerous and the rejult ik Neuralgia, Stiff Neck, Sore Muscles or Honietimen an attack of Rheumatism. In such cases apply Sloan's Lininibut. It stimulates circulation to the core and painful part. The blood flows freely and in a short time the Btiffnes.-and pain leaves. Those suffering from Neuralgia or Neuralgio headRECIPE FOR CRAY HAIR. ache w'll find one or two applicaTo halt pint of water add 1 o. Day tions of Sloan's Liniment will give a am all box of Barbo Compound, Rum. and U oz. of glycerin. Apply to the hair grateful relief. The agonizing pain twice a week until it becomes the deelred hade. Any drugglit can put thla up or g ves way to a tingling sensation you can mix It at home at very HtUe cot. Full directions for making and use come of comfort and warmth and quiet will In each box of Barbo Compound. It gray gradually darken streaked, faded rest and sleep is possible. Good for hair, and remove dandruff. It la xc" will make ha rah Neurit's too. Price 25o, at your lent for falling hair and the It will hair soft and glossy. greasy, not color not and does oalp, la not sticky or Druggist. r ; "Miw tirite :.W8irf8r ViajtinK her has 'befn W. unt, Mr87-R., AViWiflss my ruary 1016. hundthls21;tday of Feb past fw:dayB. . Old Papra. fer. Stale, at TJie II.,T. DERICKSON, Sheriff of PqweUCounty: '. THORNHILL WAGONS Are Sold in Rowell County by EATON & McG.UIRE ' Clayk.Qty Kentucky, H ... -- $!.r Kentucky 'i? 4 V Court r6WELL Order Fcbru-ary'Ter- STANTON. (Continued from First S Fgc) k 'vn this Powell County, Kentucky, on fmewnson j Judgo oT said court, and same house, .luck Welch's house, nnd Several other buildings. Damage 7th day of February, l!lfl. OKDEK in other parts of the county was In tho mutter of petition ot It. C. heard of, from several quarters. Hall and 140 nnd more others. Came Miss Margaret Lyle Is in LexK. C. Hall nnd 140 and more others, legal voters nnd owners of real estate ington visiting friends. COUNTY COUI5T, Try it yourself if you want personal and positive information as to how delightful Prince Albert really is, smoked in a jimmy pipe or rolled into 1 the best makin's cigarette you ever get-fire--to Ho 7th i"sy of February, 1010, nnd 1'wd ' fir petition with this court said day filed by r now. being considered, said petition is adjudged sufficient and proper, and it is further adjudged nnd ordered that thero be hold in each and every voting precinct in said Powell county, Kentucky, between the hours of 0.00 a. m., and 4.00 p. in., on Monday, tho 10th day of April, 1010, an election to take the sense of tho votcis upon the question as to whether or not the Fig cal court of said county shall issue bonds in the sum of Forty Thousand Dollars ($40,000.00), the proceeds of which shall bo used for the purpose o building, constructing and reconstruct ing public roads and bridges in said County isaid bonds If issued, to bear interest at a rato not to exceed flvo percentum.pcr annum, with coupons attached, payable and to be in denominations of not less than one hundred nortnore than ono thous and dollars .each, and. to run not less than five nor more than thirty years, redeemable within that time at the pleasure of the ffceal court, and not to be sold at less than par value. And the Sheriff of said County is to advertise said election, and the objects thereof, at least thirty (30) days before tho day of said election, in a newspaper having the largest circu lation in said Powell County, and by printed hand bills posted tip than four pnblio places in each and every voting precinct in said County, and at the front door of the County Courthouse. In this election all legal voters of tho County may vote, and the election shall be held by the same officers who 'nro appointed to hold the regular election And the questioi. r bo submitted shall be printed upon alballotg in the following substance and form, to wit: Are yqu in favor of ( issuing forty thous- - ( and dollars ($40,000) ( Yes in bonds', for the pur-- ( pose' of building ( roads and .bridge ( No in Powell County, ( Kentucky? A Copy, Attest: I, 8. Boone, Clerk Powell County Court. semi-annuall- y, s Fred Blackburn left Tuesday for Frankfort onjjusiuess. Rev. O. J. Young will preach here Saturday, night, nnd Sunday. Win. Hadwick was in Cincinnati last week buying goods for For, Prince Alberthas a wenderful message and makin's peace for every of pipe-peawill revolutionize your smoke ideas man. 4t and ideals, 'the patented process fixes that and cuts out bite and parch I ce the Hardwick & Co. store. Frank Yocum, wild Imd a stroke of paralysis, is some bettor nnd able to get to the table for meals. Miss Hattio Hnrdwick was in Lexington last week where she attended the play, "The Birth of a Nation." Gother Martin left lust week for Cincinnati where he expects to get employment for the comi ing summer. T. G. Watson of Mt. Canaan is able to be out ngain after his sick spell, attending court at Stanton Tuesday. There is a big tide in the river almost pqnal to that of three years ago wheu so much damage, was done KvliSBiBBBBBBBBBBHuV aLsHaPlBBVLS PP'NGE mntnmm IttneMt UKbr R.J. . Albert the national joy amok jz'cr tcnguo and taste that mighty cczy t? got acquainted with. h You'll like every pipeful or cigarette better than the last because it is so cool and YouH just sit fragrant ar.d bnjj-bumi"back and pebder why you have kept away from jsuch joy'us smoldngs for so long a time I is so friendly to -- ii it mil mi nj. ky Cky Ceftttrudien Ce. ,Ckjr Cky, Kj. . CtMtractMg Irick Layers.-- Ne je&tee lerft-Ne- oe tea small at Dayton, Ohio. Miss Lola Walker of Pittsburg, Pa., gave a splendid address, in behalf of woman suffrage at the Presbyterian church Friday night .which was thoroughly enjoyed by, all who heard it. Prof. Ritchie held services at Nada Sunday morning and, coming back to Stanton, preached in the PresbytQrj.au church at night; while Rev. Hanley, holding services here that morning, preached that night at Nada. Do not forget tho meeting of the Officers of the Powell County Sunday School Association nt the home of the writer this coming Saturday at 0 o'clock i n the morning. This is to be a very important meeting und it is desir ed that all who are interested in this work "be present. The writer 8 in Letchr-co- . Friday and Saturday of last week at Neon and Fleming. If there is a tougher place on the map of Keutucky than Neop, the writer m our patented process makes Prince Albert ! l. quick as you smoke it , Bay Ptlncm Alotrt ouorytohoro totaeco If Ml la toppyrtd Set tidy nd tin: J Oct hand mn pound andbar: pound tin humidor nnd In pound hot f cryitaUgla humidor utlth pontmoitnr ton that hotp f At tobacco in tueh prim condition. Men, we toll you Prince Albert is all we claim for it You'll understand just how different ' N. 6a At ntwmi git ti Ab tUf ni lit vjBntJi Trfnm SKLWK," wiU ku nil th m ldt an tim tm ana tmuM btfmt j af rttt R. J. REYNOLDS TOIACCO CO., Wif-Safe- k, C All tho latesfjjnagazines atTjie Times office. , , t' Quite fewojt.our boys are enjoying a protracted, visit' with Jailer Martin at Stanton. lOCAL0SSIP m Heard Here and There About Tovru Monntz Get In Machinery ,W. M. Mountz & 8on have cepted; the agency for tho ac- a Son J For Sale. four years old sound andigood to work or drive. Lewis Mastin, Eatkutes FurnUked Sttfactt4Ml Guaranteed VAUMtN'S MILL. (Crowded out last week. G. W.Clark sold an aged mare last, week for $80. Mrs. Wihford Davis spent Sunday with Mrs. Geo. Gravett. Dan Strange sold a two year old mule to Ambrose Burnett for $80. Dr. Martin made n business would be very glad to kno trip to Winchester Monday nnd where it is. Wo have heard of attended the court day sales. reputation of Neon for u the long time, but never knew it was Kennnn Bros. fine jack so bad till this visit. In the ex last week to HTV liVill.iams, of pre8five words of long ago, ,4The Radical, Estitl Voutitv. Thev o half has never yet been told." have deals pWidlfig for several more head of their choice stock. al-s- Kennon-Cro- we Isaac Mize of Akron, Ohio, is visitiughts parents, Mr. and Mrs, J. W. Mize. Harley Mize spent a few days last week with his uncle, J, N. jUeKiuoey, of Clark county. Ttw Miss Fannie K'nuon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ltichard Ken nop, of Hardwiok's Creek, and Mr. . Bert Crowe, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elder Crowe, were married Thura day afternoon at 2 o'clock at the" homo of J. D". JJcKinncv. finniro Chas. Welch peformed the cere mony in the presence of a few . relatives and friends. 9 Married Topher Dauiel and Miss Hen little baby of Callie Cur-t- it died Friday after a lengthy illuese. It was buried Sanday, rietta Beuniugfield were married last week at the home of the parents of the bride, near Roeslyu. Rev, L. P. Martin eirkiated at the ceremony. Advertising ia Tke Time w'U pay yew. If yeu dea't believe h U8 Walker Burnett is wearing a big smile since the stork presented him last Friday with a flue Impound boy. The youngster will be culled Karl. Old Papers Timet 7 0. fer Bale at Tke let eonvi&ee you by'a trkl, "The single ecull race!" exclalme an jclted old lady, as she laid dowa Eveu if it is leap year and the the Ver. "My gracioui! I dlda't boys are not supposed to treat, Icbow ttwre was a race of mea wltk doable Bkulle!" Mr. and Mrtv Grunt Lowe and .we uotjco that the girls still look children, Estelfe and Willard, of lougiugly at that ''Ice Cream" Middletown, jC)a ro visiting reh sign in Jimmy's window. SUUN AuTGMMJLES atives at Clay City. Ttiey spent AJtlAtui tane Bltf tfciiif Kildeo Hiley nailed up the the past three week? at Sardis, door of his shanty aaross.tke jrjv-Miss. and left teSijjend the "summer irUT Mtmt,iewriar,UMcu Cms. Net CuiNte.Br reevfM Himr. Ho will bo The grand jury adjourned Mon in parts unknown. day after a week's pession, during back about the time of the first which time they returned 21 in- frost with some wonderful tales it will rain till the Germans get dictments. jL'is was one of the of where ho has been. whipped or the Hepublicans get most eflifci'eBKgrahd juries we in power again. Let's pray for We notice with pleasure that have had for same timo and they tho allies- - tht Iteruitdicans are did not return any indictment Judge Ada'ms is preparing to set that they did. not feol would re- - out his garden; Somebody told past praying for, us the other day that the Scripsuit in a conviction on trial. ture says ''The Lorjd love those Crae Johnson says that this The Christian Endeavor will that help theuiselveV' 611 WB world is a hard place to live jn. meet at the Christian chureh nt want to see uf our neighbors get, 'Long alwut Chrjstiuas wheu ho Was wjtiHiue a three vdollar. box 0.80 Sttaday Hirkt aud h full at- - busy. wf ohowlatM8 on Mfinntz' puach twdaee of member is requestWe're ju for a long spoil of beard very day or ed. 4,The roll will be ealled.primi- eyery girj, on time uhq each member wet weather. JiHiwV'Blwnn. who in towu would siihiVi jdin, ptly will be exiMwted to answer with a always was an exDvrton the do- that he's 'utif Mjoh-wt- 'l, 1 ef Jupiter 1'Iuviu.s, says' that that's another story. quotation from the scripture. irks er 1 Listen, girls, this is Shelby Company's line of Martin's week to get. a shave. farm implements and received their first shipment of mowers Ray White tried to coax gentle and rakes Wednesday. W" E. spring our lust Sunday by don- Bennett, the Company's reprening a pair of white shoes, but sentative, was here to assist in they were last year's model and setting the machines up and' bethe result was a cold rain. fore noon had solda' mower 'and rake to Squire Welch aud u ruku Cordis I,uri8on says that, it he toll. O. Daniel. ''Thin line of locates the son of n gun that told machines rankatuong tjve best his girl he had 'gone to Ohio to manufactured and tley nrc re get married, he. will make him markable for their light draft hard to catch, and easy running qualities h wu aB tor iiieir emcioncy and With gasoline at 85 cents a low'pVice. Wtch Iff.' Mountz & gallon and going higher, wo think Sons' ads in The Times. wo will postpone buying our automobile and get a second-hanSomething New. . :. mule iustead. d s, hut-no-