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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): April 6, 1916 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1916 cla1916040601_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.): April 6, 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. TOS lVfiiP. O'MARA, .s-C- Lil IT fBIT Y We TIMES PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Editor are Here to HftJp Cay CilyASurroundlng TjETTJ-RffDA'- Country Td Ourselves. tVOL. XXf. CLAY CITY, Y, A lllr. 6 , 19IU . M. 11 VOTE FOR BjTTER ROADS apportionment Mrs. Bohanndn tfint Powell county had In ' Tax fBv Pfi HDcrthick., addifioir.to this included in above fronv Owing to.the fact that n num- - pon-tnal 0f which was devoted to her of people of the county are the Improvement of roads and bridges Editok Clay. Citv Times, Dr. J, E. LehiMfhg.'was in Mt. Sternot sure of what disposition will .for county in addition 'to Dear Sir : ling Jlonday ;dfjVcck'. bo made of tho funds ePCtiredli""0""1 "I0 county through Stnto's la- In u recent issue of. Better bor for D. 1J. Cfatk.nfaja btisines trip to from the sale of the road bonds, per day.50,400 estimated valuo nt fl.00 Farms and Road's, the editor of Jackson last wejewi we print herewith, the order of Therefore, It is Ordered : That the that paper suid in connection Commonwealth of Kentucky the Fiscal Court us it appears on Fiscal Court of Powell county petition Mrs. Betile .iramwiek 1ms been sick with statements made by "ene Powell County the Clark's minute book. This the State of Kentucky and the State for several, days rbMV;ls able to tie out mies of .the bond i?sue," that In the matter of petition of B. C. shows that, the monoy will be Commissioner of Public Roads for Hull and 140 and more others: proportionate share f tho easy to equally divided, one half to be countylionet Fund for the use oof this Sheriff IJ. i)aWkson and Jailer J. "It is verybu very maCo any kind of NOTICE OF ELECTION State hard to prove some statement, and one-hal- f county for the improvement of above Martin took th'etlTcfant'boys to Frank- of them " spent. east" of Sainton You will take notice that on the 7th fort reforniatqrIriweek day of February, 1010. the County west, and that no one place described roads, und agrees 'to furnish Without discussinir the merits Court of Powell County, Kentucky, Jos. JBweti hasJjQuaht a new mower a like amount. will be favpred..' although I am upon petition, ordered ond directed an It is further Ordered : That a copy and harrow andfe pVeporing for the if theTbond issue, Powell County: Fiscal Court, Special in favor of good roads, the "ene- election to be held in each and every '"fe This of these resolutions and a copy of this spring work. Term, Held at the (j.ourt-lious- c, mies of the.bond. issue" had the voting precinct in said county and court oVdor be certified ,to the Com28th day of Feb. Iftfrf. Mr. and JSJrsilIle Jones, of, Mt. state, between the hours of 6 a. m. and missioner of Public Iliads for his ap- Sterling, arrivedvHp'e' same reason, , no doubt, to make 4. Present', Hop. r Saturday for a p. m., on Monday, the Tenth day of , proval. A. T. Knox, .J ridge, visit wth thela'ttfjWs Ulster, Mrs. Sarah their statements, because they April, 1010, at the regular voting places Those voting in the affirmative : Sewellj'Justlce; J.'A. nhd;fefjt.Tuesd'uy for home. were unenlightened nnd did not. therein, by the officers of the regular J. A. Sawell, CJhas. Welch. Q. B. Hardwlak', O: S; Spurlock,' are to be on that subject, as lias November election, at which time and ' liis appointKCv. 0. J, pilled-Caudell, Chas. A. Means, and (J. S. " Welch j ' ment at the GlirtHvan church Sunday. Mr. Burgher to make the state places there will be submitted to the Spurlock. , C.A. M,ians, Tiiose voting in the negative: None. Ho wlji 'preachjry first and third ments, at. t lie close of this, and legally qualified voters of said pre" G. B. Caudell, cincts in said county, the following , NO. 1. One road from Stanton, the Sunday another, urticle in same issue. and the following business was, trans question, in the following substance county-sea- t, to the Clark county line, Mrs". ' of near Richacted : In articles mentioned he says and form, to wit: mond, arrlvedjlj-ls- t week for a visit Resolution and Order Powell County Via Clay City Are you in favor of ) pareiitiiMr. and Mrs. I). It. (I)' "It is possible to cut our school issuing Forty Thou-- ) Fiscal Court On motion of Squire J, No2. From Stanton to,Montjo'nery with riiu1 wusj3c'companied byher tax in two and still leave $3,000.00 per sond Dollars (HO,-- ) county .line. Olnrk. YES 8. Sewfell, seconded by Squire Chas. " year ' 000) in bonds', for ) ' No. 3. From- - Stanton to the. Wolfe. three children. . Welch, the following is passed by the (2) "Better a little more economic- - the purpose of) s Powejl County .Fit c il Court, as follows: county line and ) flLwith school monov. out down the huildingj-gadr.'feiv.--TJ'yS;- ! No.-r- ; From Stanton thnhe'i'neslV- -, 1 bridges in Powell ) NO Bt"i t resol veil Th'a fthe-tit- i hi (e? nler; fef-'co&lexirthi$ift6t).tp jatydjln1 this' Way" county Kentucky? ) demanqs jtlift improvement and .est iiiuku it easier 10 pay our rouu nix. No. 5.. From Stanton, to Estill coun Word has" Said bonds, if issued, to bear interest .mnBt.rlii.Mnn lt nillllir p .si rl i nil 'n II till come that Mary is slightly wlilch Is surely coming." Jfy in at a rato not to exceed five per centum L i j..r....i,-.it- . ! better. tin, l.oe , ., No. 0. From Stanton t I feel that it is iny duty as well per annum, with coupons attached, ',. . , ru, mi ma most uirect iimi pnieiicni Mrs.- - Lucy Jackson, who Jia's been oounty I,m'- as a pleasure to reply to the payable bonds to bo in routes; and it Is thesense-o- f this Court visiting her son lit,; Louisville for a isai-prostatements relative to the school denominations of not less than one that naid roads bo improved undnr' Tfiomilftige on these lines -month, arrived, She liundred nor more than five hundred State irnl and State supervision during imately.aa follows: says that they hav? ali been sick at her .tax and schools and will take up dollars each, to run not less than five. Nor..l. Ten inilcs. imit son's and delayed;' her coming home the tax question first and will nor more than thirty years, redeemVn O Four and one-ha- lf miles, . A0. 1.. . . 1... t! '.t IH AlipilClllltlll f. IUIfU lllUUt- - bltlliu- for two weeks. doal.otily with facts and figures able within that time at the pleasure of No.3. tfigfitecnmilea. OoniMiissi'oiicr of Public Itoads for Dr. Breeze, who ;loft" for Blooming-tonVIll- ., as shown by the public records, the Fiscal Court, and to be sold at not No, 4. Four mile's. vounty iroportlon of Ihe State Itosd last weelvtOsstfo his daughter, to which Mr. Burjrher had access less than par value and accrued inter No. 5. Threo miles'. Fund to be apportioned to Powell ha been very siokjwhilo- Uiere. Word No. a. Eight miles. ..fit tlHl'lWMtAmilllt Fit idlA n .n and which he should have con- est. Witness my hand this 21st day of Febconies that he Is not. expected to. live Is furtHer Ordered, by It roads. It appears that the' Fiscal and has not been able (o talk siuco ar- sulted before publishing a state- ruary 1010. Court of Powell county hod for the That under any and all conditions, one riving there. ment' that cn'u not be verified at ' . II. T. DERICKSON, piirpso of constructing roads and. half of the improvement ofthe roads The facts are D. R. Clark' has thojiosts all set for all by the records. Sheriff of Lowell County. bridges in 1015, exclusive of the fund In the county shall bo made east f to be put up that the entire amount of school west of Stanton. his new wire fence! that-lKentucky" received from the State as Powell Stanton and one-haalong the street that leads' to the de- tax, both property and poll, goluisVbcen ordered and ing to the public school fund, aftpot. The-wir-o O. P. Mcintosh, of Clay Citv, the fence will be & .much needed im- er the sheriir turns in his deliu-queprovement. uv listMwill be in round num- is hero looking us over with a Charley Orpwo says It is awfully lone- bers about $2,700.00, owing lo view of becoming a citizen of a some at homo now with nil the other the amount of delinquents. The wide? wake town. lie was form young Crowes gonb. to make their own nests. Who would have thought Board of Education has expenderly engaged in the stave" busia year ago tliutthrjie- - of' tho boys ed this amount us follows: ness hero, and his ' numerous would be married' Uyjtliis Winn? Time Applied on old indebtedness, friends will welcome him back. ' does perform wonders. ' Estill Trrhuno Continued on page-li- . Guy Crowe, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jes THE UNIVERSAL CAR se Urowe, aim .AUssr Kpni .Martin, daughter of MrvaVuLMrs. Jiuues Mar tin, worn quietly lhatrled at the home of the bride last Jfeiday morning by Car you intend buying. To Purchase " Uov. J. 0. Httiileyif vThey left on the j . . ... noon train- fora shdrtftweddiiig Trfp to Loxlncton nnd otlict points. Our con . . . gratulatloiiit go with the. luippy couple. Five, Passenger Junior Utgglnif ,wlio has- - been ut-- tending school herej' jeft Monday- for . to We . his hoiqo in .Afngojk'countyr, He wilL Three Passenger Wnlversity in Indiana . possible .to next month Tha wrjtcr attended this These Prices F. O. B. Detroit school for two years.aud it (a a lino one. deal. Tlioy hpvo aii uwriillnient of over p,000 4800COO, fiscal Cowrt Order county's, State aid STTON. Explains School the-nbnv- NOTICE of ELECTION f ys i '. ,!' hr 1 . semi-annuall- y, home-Monda- 1 N ' I - Ibis-Cour- lf a nt NOW IS THE TIME that 1916 Touring Car 1916. Roadster $440 A Square Deal. manner and ... $390 - aim treat our customers in the give them jCY, Whitt, Clay City, Ky. best a square, Distributor of Ford Cars for .Powell County. pom n 5 largostchools. in iMt eounfy. If these fs Jiert tha is, read that rwt(Ii,hijp,ui a Sunday any-Vkv- Our Stock Is clean and fresh,' and our prices are Give us a trial, right. ' school, or If. you i.Hyt have a Suiuluv tfchool, or If you twt;d Sunday school litoruture, If you ViJl ewl word to the writer he will bo i4ktp holp you out. orgmifzed In the past 'tuu yeN l oyui; 190 Suiv4ay sjjfcooln,,, besides hp)p lug over 300 wOic'.So' matter what lim;rit tinsjl 'ion. y.lmt cousty yn Henry Waldron WALT ERSVILLE, B can- b!iiH4 le fr '' - - KENTUCKY If'.. " .4' THE TIMES. Lost 5 Years From His Life Remarkable Who Watch ciiitt'i'CouRh o A Democratic Newspaper Told by Ohio Man Story Is' on Colds, running "of tyode, conHnu cd irritation of 'the rnucous them-branif negkeled- - ?mny roeati Va-jarr- h Eighteen Years Old The Best Weekly M. P. O'Mara In this Section. Editor mail masEntered as second-clas- s ter at tho Post Office at Clay City, Ky., under tho Act of Congress of. March 3, 1870. A HOME-MA- DE PAPER. THURSDAY, APR. 6, 1916 ANNOUNCEMENT Wo nre authorized to nnnounco G. W. GOURLEY, of Bcatty villc, Ky., as a candidate for Judge of the Court of Appeals for the Seventh Appelate District of Kentucky, subject to the action of the Republican party at the primary election to be held August 5, ID 10. cause we saw Spring is here we know be n bock beer nd in a city paper the other day. We saw an ad tho other day that said "Kitchen Work is Fine" The guy that wrote that lie nev er tried keeping house while his wife was away. We Know one married man whosayB he lets his wife have her own way, but we don't know any married man who doesn't do it, though lots of them don't think it. If it takes the United States six months to put enough men at the front to catch a little petty?. larceny revolutionist like, Villa, how'lonar would it take it to get in the field against a fighting nation? sure-enoug- h We've been expecting for some time to see in the papers where Tddy had oifnred to go to Mex ieo to serve his country, but we guess he rather serve the country in the White House than with our Southern neighbors. The Louisville Herald is not satisfied to let that poor old Gen-orlitis to al Assembly die in peace, but rake over the ashes with a series of articles on what they did. It would be much easier and just as useful to tell ua whatthey didn't do. ' aro wondering if ou'r little Taylor Day j Inine, Irvine Drug ' old 4O,00Q bond 'issue will be Co. carried or not. we Up in Letcher county they know how to do thing in fine Tinlac may be obtained in Btyle. They have called an elec- for to issue 200,000 Stanton at Ilurdwick & Co.: tiou there in road bonds, and there 6eems Bowen, Day & King; College no doubt of the result. In Paw-e- HillGinter Bros.; Torrent, U., ll the remarkable praise Tanlac was winning,. and more in desperation than anything else, " I decided to try it. I believe I TREES. would be shirking a real duty if trecB. and Dm omental Fruit. I failed to tell rny story, remark, Shrubs Grnpe ViriegRhuharb, able H8 it muy seem. Peonies, P.Mox, Jtoses, tc. "1 have "now used" two bottles My appetite has reEVERY THING FIk, QltCILUlD, of Tanlac. turned, and I sleep well. The LAWN AND GARDEN. pains are rare now, and, best of N'O .AGKNTS FREE CATALOGS all, I can work all the time. I H. F. Hillenmeyer. St- Sons. feel stronger than I have in years v Lexingtoi; tKy. "Tanlac has done worlds fur mo. It has doubled my income." It is human nature for Mr. Case For fine Watch and Clock to believe uiat lie is tne excep tion and not the rule but his stoREPAIRING ry really is riot n great deal different from the statements of or any work in nW'Ba,l will ms ny thousands. be glad to haveyeu caH en me There is no remedy that acts as favorably on ailments of1 the S. V. URISON w stomach, liver and kidneys and on patarrhal affections us does Clay City, Kentucky Tanlac, which is now being in. troduced in Clay City at the Eaton & McGuire store. WHEN YOTANf s, Ifew Difcoveryatifl v;(hoUl bribing or leasing. Its street pleasant ly about six months each year for SarS'rup and sotffctive. Just tho past ton years. laxative enough tontninate the "But I fiavent lost a day's wnste poisons. Alnlpsl. tho first work since I began to take Tan dose helps. Always prepnre.d, no lac." mixing or fussing.?: Just ask your This is the statement of David druggist for tjrv king's New DisR. Case, of Mt. Healthy, Ohio, covery. It wiUtsiegunrd ybiir near Cincinnati. child against sefiQUs ailments These two short sentences con from cold8.vfc tain as high a tribute as can be paid to a medicine, Tanlac is literally puttingmoney into Da THS WINCHESTER BANK, vid R. Case's pocket every day. of Winchester, ICy. lie can count its value to turn in " $100,000 Capital Stock . dollars and cents. "Six months a year for ten Surplus and Undivided J, years." To the average man this Profits $200,000 means thousands of dollars. It N. Holly Witherspoon, President. ' may mean the difference be W. R. Sphar Cashier. f: tween waut and plenty. It means VOUR ACCOUNT SOLICITED. five years out of a'nan's life. Mr. Case's story will strike CLEANING AND" PRESSING. home to thousands. "I suffered froina stomach trouI am ready to'do your Clean ble so serious that I could uot Good work Ing and Presstaf: vork more than six months out guaranteed awT charges reasonof a year for the past ten years," " "There would be dull, he said. able. Orders' left with J. Bloom constant pains in my stomach will receive prwBpt'attention. and shooting pains in my breast, JAMES WILLIAMS. back and arms. :ir-r 'Everything I ate seemed to Try For disagree with me. I discontinued drinking coffee for a year, A.-P- : JoHnson but that made no difference in my condition. I simply could lathe old stand, next to the Red not get auything that benefited. River Hotel.. .j A mer df Scalp TrMtinent Shanipeeing saw Has Been Restored Ey Tanlac later. Don't'tsTce'thc cliancis something' ;for yotir rhiH! Children will hot'jfke everv medicine, but they wiU'lakeDr. King's do THERE IS Many a man who can't build a the chkkcn chickseva en coop in a week, who can finish eral, air castles in a. night! Dreaki good on-- biit "I havo been able to work FINISH1 c6op--ma- ke one-res- ults count. The fellow who used to whisper sweet nothings to a girl now has to sidestep the feHow who makes noise like real money. The substitute for dreams is CASH-- - i start, a Savings Account Clay City National Bank PAYS 3 PER CENT COMPOUND INTEREST STANTON Student Admitted COLLEGE, KY. STANTON, at Any Time One of the Best Schools in Kentucky. Courses in Agriculture and Domestic Science. Renew Classes in the Common Branches will be Conducted throughout Oeed-Barterin- g the Term. By paying part of their Expenses- - in Woik, Students may geT Rate aL the Dormitory as low. as $K5o per Week. jL MM!: 4 "I For Information Write to Rev. J. C Hanley, President, Stanton, Ky. - It Always Helps says Mrs. Sylvanla Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., In writing of her experience with Cardul, the woman's tonic. She says further: "Before I began to use Gardui, my back and head would hurt so bad, I thought the pain would kill me. I was hardly able to do any of my housework. After taking three bottles of Cardul, I began to feel like a new woman. I soon gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework, as well as run a big water mill. I wish every suffering woman would give CARDUI The Woman's Tonic I. A SHAVE OR K AIR OUT OR AI TONORIALW0RK CALL.0V H. H. FHMUGrO. , Oood I founy, IMno Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness, tired, worn-ofeelings, etc., arc sure signs of womanly trouble. Signs that you need Cardul, the woman's tonic. You cannot matte a mistake in trying Cardul for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ' ailing women, for more than fifty years. ut and it always doe's me good;" a trial. still use Cardul when I feel a little bad, .( PREACHING ON SUNDAY ATTGNTION URUaaiSTS-STOR- C ForleWsr fef- KUEPHRS Aa to Argument. eould be dp?ti4ed H ,' dimmed. to aAuie eveTytbtas.'.' aatd TJaete li'he pastor, Rev, Oleo l'urtvia, "aW daW t to a basefeatl jmm UM., T- extend a heart ti (1 or U i t wel.v 'nasileaa wlf de iipire ;T he fpllowing. subjects will W discussed at the. Christian Church this Sunday ? the 9th. The subject for" the .morning will be "Tho Lord's Supper," and all Christians are especially urg. " ' ed to be present. evening the subject In the "Why Be A Christian" will be s , Ah exclusive Tanlac agent Is waHted l every town, village and cress read la this county ber particulars Hd advertising plana address Cooper fledlclRe Cewpany; .Day tea, OMe. Ta r LW tO Ytln a In are recognized cold jjwiadlea. thes Dr. Hell's. are' cotnoined wiiiittHhtr cinati raeillcilie fn a ptat'ai,t,'svrffp Dr. L'iiie-TafloB- mm Get a Bottle. Today! F0WELL & , STOKELY JACKSOK "Bfarguraeat Me. .Real Estate and Imrimt, your eold Mm awe., We are alsa afnis AV'e Htty sod S)l Prhk hu4 City iOOthes irriutiea th tlirfmt. HHnU Surety Cmfapy and Vtfr Exelkflt (w yimii- adult wd t'ropwty of all kiftl. We bye i&mt gd. Jts one f.f mitfh nteiiiiuma k Clurk' ttml a4jrtHiHg Pftrftd 9 4 a KmraJ ImhIHi a sypjis.wade, YWV copHimf for iwle or .riwtt ,Wriie Uel' P:nu- - Car" Ilfilv ('n'icftly etops your.coMKh, Writers of all Kinds efFke, LHe, Tornado, Llftitnlnf and Hill mr-- x fr 'tSbt M m come . tnjdj,, 7v "r" . ' " '' Advprfs in Tjie Ttniw, ' Blak Time "& : tJitf, dd 5 )t0 Jfer, gala at The m4 Ur ffMgii iaraaida at Dry ' TMprjr ami mwgm m W ' 'l tMWU '- - tn wak. 0Iy'J.5c " 'J. Vh !M2JL4AA aSA A V T tiA A &AALA.A A A A AuTiAAA kAL44tA& AA. yv T MfcTjL T.,T,.y.A.T-Jr,v..y.--y w. t T t, v AAAA r t t t tv ft - A. - rt T - A a. V t t a t t t t t t' T t TTf t - J V .JX . . . .. .. .. . if " - TV SPRING and SUMMER GOODS 1! : - Our Spring and Summar goods Beleive we can supply th.9 are no w in and we invite you to call and see them. wants of ever:y one. Our goods are and the up-to-date - . 1? " quality and price is right. PRICES" is our motto. ''HIGH QUALITY--LOWe handle dry goods, notions, clothing'snoes, hats, caps, trimmed hats, beds, cots, mattresses, springs, tables, chairs, rockers, safes, sewing machines, trunks, suit cases, oil. t.. , coal and wood cook stoves, mattings, linoleums, rugs, wall paper, paints, oils, varnishes saddles harness windows doors hardware groceries farm implements THE BAIN W - . ;ti.'4f r 4 ' . wagons, etc. We are sole agents for the following.lines. HART. SCHAFFNER & MARX clothing vVjformen; QUEEN QUALITY shoes forewomen; WALK-OVEshoes foi men; AR- r: ROW BRAND shirts arid collars. R .r Jf. Give us a call when in need of ANYTHING, ana should we not have you at once. it will get it for it. ... Hardw ck &Co STANTON, KENTUCKY f t T iJK. t ''It I ROSSLYN. Caye Sjturday. t t t ? should have in his lease contract that at least that many should be We congratulate vis-- i . T T T Blah Smyth went to;Stdiiip sunk. - our Circuit d f; iteU his jather Mrs. B. Mr.andMrs. Tur.rier.4-lle- last week. .Mrs. Allen visited hqr. sister, eek. J. Rogers at Winchester1 last "'George i)erickson' visited his ... brother Rupert here Saturday a u'd Sun Jay tVfjMiss I'oarl Sheffield and her .little brother, Rjc!mjrclK. .yiei ted I'TMatt and VJijaejiuir.gnoldrom Friday -- eyemnunjii Sunday. Xisses1 Vina Renufrigflerd .and ' Tearl Sheffieldx unit Van Tiptqn t' ite,d Miss Maud Benningfield . Saturday, spending the evening with liss Ailna. Morton. , X. BLADE. Vales U pr?ttol)ing ( Judge Shackelford on his pkMi-dibeginning, and feel sure if he so continues there will, be marked improvement in. Powell county. Mrs. Frances E. Beauchamp, State President, W. 0. Ti U., met with the Union atNada, and gave an interesting lecture, at the The church there Friday night. alcohol on effeots.of tobacco and the human system were clearly shown; and, during her remarks, she' said it would be better for the. coming generation and for the boy smoker if his first cigarette killed him dead: that lie would not then live a lingering poisojied life nor come at lust to a sjowj. dreadful death having left Ifis weakened manhood tu his - here ohildren. She said she learned in at the- Feeble Minded Institue ,hiB wriil!,i, . LFrankfort that from 83. to DO per f f J, H. McDaiel i? oa.the.iiok' rCpiJv.' OL U"? iniiiHiea ..." viiiiu' ivetu tWli8tsuffriUrom; rfyeunutjsmY re ii oi excessive iiicuiiuuc pur Alvin Faulkner of Stanton and ents " George Faulkner of. this place, PHIs ffett for Liver made business tr)p to Wolfe-c- o " Because they contain the best ia'st week. l(ver medicine, no matter how bitr JT M Wt they are drilllnhere. ter-o- naUseatinK for the s veetjiu-gaWynn ,,av a coltract , Wtdde Dr. ioatlrtg hhjM.tke teste, . to drill one well, on Mr: Ooifgle, King's Ne.w Lifs Pills contain jn . .!. GG8 pupils. Included in the different sections of the county pupils waa Copperas Greek and for the people of Powell created prior' tq my incumbency, District', winch we fouud to our county, in general. $1,250.00; building and equip- great surprise was being To quote Mr. Burg'ier'i arricle ping: Pomjey school house, $850.-0by Powell county in every further, "Good roads, good Desks,- - 1850,00; Repairing particular, when there were only schools, good churches and good Bali school house; $150.00; Re- two families with children In the citizens all go hand in hand," pairing Rogers Uhapel house, school age risiding in Powell but if we must sacrifice our $185 00; Rppajrlng Hatton Greek county, all of the other patron" school fund in order to have good house, $125.00; Paid members of of said district being residents of roads, I say the schools Boardof Educat ion nbont $125.00 ; Olark or Montgomery counties. now and do without good roads Taking census,; 8100.00, making The efficient country school is or let them come some other a total of $2,585.00 Besides this, the most vital educational need way. Respectfully wo had to 'take care of the of It is our duty to give Kate S. Bouannan', expenses and up keep on much time, thought and labor to Supt. of Schools, 88 Fchool houses', and schools, the r the rural schools. All the mem Powell County, Ky. fuel nloue amounting to about bers of the County Board of Ed$200.00. ucation nre men of sterling worth Llfe'a Inequalities. As to the afltioubf the County and character and nro so regardLife haB many Inequalities. The picBoard of,.EductioiTin abolishing ed in their respective communi- colo player, who never has an Idle moment, seta the and consolidating in ties, and whatever expenditures drummer, who same wages as the bass loafs of the the first educational, division, or chnnges thoy have mndo, have time. which includes the lower end of bnen for the betterment of tho the county, tiievBoard, upon andcarefully investigat ing the matter; found that nine Bub.districtst in .that part of the county contained only 8G2 pupils. They compared these with nine tho upper end of in most in. the couuty-wherstances, It Ijl've'ry rnugh and has small streams as a number;, (CoAtinued from First Page) date 802 main-taine- d 0; e inci-dent- al to-da- y. I Eub-distric- two-third- s -- in e, well us : thf jtkree forks of Red sub-district- r r. N -x fefarta. t$ttl iftm River, yet tfresy.nitte eeotain 60S; ptepi(a with, an aver. while the age H(tadflifM nf atUiidnnca u.Mm lower end of s , -- a'i4 Myr m grdiBt9 (hat put the liver work-Hijc- ,1 HISlki JP' v.- - ,N move; the howftl fmJx., MHeM, aididiifecttiMc fy, was s. KiHg1! Ukwt try a fcU4e.f the. eouuty,,ftiMin;c!i leve and twore ajpcrawij!' jtwrt of the eoHtii ppK-I- iPi ' jer IkeM nine t thr t bJ?.. W2 pu- - THORNHILL WAGONS i " Are Sold in, Powell County, bv? ; ' w.eii toe. mm alm f mi wi. Bm at. nrf- - ftpWMMINN); Court Order EpWoRliJLeMgue POWELL COUNTY COURT, February Term, 7th day of February, 1016. ORDER In the matter of petition of K. 0. Hall and 140 and more others. Came It. 0. Hall and 149 and more others, legal voters and owners ot real estate in this Powell County, Kentucky, on tho 7th day of February, 1910,. 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 voting precinct in said Powell county, Kentucky, between tho hours of 6.00 a. m., and 4.00 p. m., on Monday, the 10th day of April, 1016, an election to take the sense of the votcis upon the question as to whether or not the Fiscal court of said county shall issue bonds in the sum of Forty Thousand Dollars ($40,000.00), the proceeds of which shall be used for tho purpose of building, constructing and reconstructing public roads and bridges in said County; said bonds if issued, to bear interest at a rate not to exceed five per centum per annum, with coupons and attached, payable to be in denominations of not less than one hundred nor more than one thousand dollars'each, and to run not less than five nor more than thirty years, redeemable within that time at the pleasure of the fiscal court, and not to be sold at less than par value. And the Sheriff Of said County is directed to advertise said election, and the objects thereof, at least thirty (30) days before the day of said election, in a newspaper having the largest circu-Iati- n in said Powell County, and by printed hand bills posted up at not less than' four, public places in each and every voting precinct in said County, and at the front dour of the County Courthouse. In this election all legal voters of the County may vote, and the election shall be held by the same officers who are appointed to hold tho regular election, And tho questior. d be submitted shall be printed upon all ballots in the following substance and form, to wit: Are you in favor of ( issuing forty thous- - ( Yes and dollars (f 40,000) ( in bonds, for the pur-- i pose o f building ( roads and bridges ( No in Powell Countyy ( Kentucky? A Copy, Attest : I. S. Boono, Clerk Powell County Court semi-annuall- y, IOCAL mm Subject: "God, gives us tho Power to Choose and Decide for OurselvcsJ'-rJn- o. Mark your ballot this way and boost for Powell county Official Road Bond Ballot Are you in favor of issuing" Y:40. Rev. XXII: at The 17. All the latest magazines Times office. Leader: Ethel D. Johnson. Prayer Poem'Mre; W. R Cas " ' sidy. God's Gift to Man . For Sale 500 locnst posts, all Gambell. 'V ' sizes. Apply to A. T. Whitt. What JesusBrings into, our Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Whitt Lives : Mr. S.,I'Carr. To Help u8k,.Overcome Weak spent Saturday in Lexington. ness: Fanny Mount z. Quartetto: Mrs. J. B. Eaton, Mrs. Jesao Eaton, who has been Mr. A. M. Gambell, Mr. H. H. quite ill for some days, is no Pherigo, Miss Ethel1 Duncan. better. To Win our, Consent: Miss Hazelrigg. ' Ben Bishop, of Furnace, was Tho Greatest Victory t Miss here Monday, having some print-inc- ; Ruth Eaten. dono. , How to Choose and Decide for Mrs. Sylvia Russell of St. Ourselves: Mrs. W. J. "Mountz. Helens, spent Sunday with League Benediction. relatives here. Ad-ali- : Mr. A. M. Forty Thousand C $40,000 Dpi-lar- s YES in bonds; for the purpose of building roads and bridges in Powell Count.y, To B. A. NO ne STANTON. (Continued from Start Drilling First Page) Mrs. G. Hack worth attenned nt cd over to County Clerk Boone. the Sunday School convention Stanton Saturday. J, B. Hall, of. Lexington, was here on busiriess.Tuesday. Mrs. M. Kerns and Miss Jose Ice Cream Supper. At the W. phine Hazelrigg spent a few days R. Cassady building, On Friday in Frank ford last week. night, April 21st, the"Friday night For benefit of the C. G. Daniel lost a valuable before Easter, Ladies' Aid of the Methodist cow last Friday. The animal was Church. Let everybody come! found dead in tho field. Clay City Construction Clay City, Ky. Contracting Brick job too large-No- ne Estimates Layers.-- Co. No too small Furnished Satisfaction Guaranteed Advertising in Tho Times vrXl pay you. If you don't believe U let, us convince you by a trial. Horse Rnns Away Mr. nd Mrs W. L. Byrd came in to attend the meeting nt the Methodist church last Friday night, nnd the river being ton high to ford, they tied their hors es to h sate on J. B. Eaton's plaee and crossed on the swing ing bridge. When they went for their horso after the meeting they found both horso nnd gate prices. gone, aid finally tlioy located the animal in a field of II. G. Mies Ruth Eaton returned ' a Orabtrco.'s, where- - he had been few days ago from Jackson and put by someone who caught him. other points in that section where The buggy was seriously damaged e was visiting relatives and After we get a bridge at the ford friends for several days. here it will bo possible for people to eomo all the way to town and Everything is new .ready for pat their teams in a stable the read bead eleetfea MoajLuL 'of Having to tjo them out The ballots were printed at T of town, Tiiaea ojtlee aadfcave been laou in-ste- ad A letter from A. B. Hamilton) Tom Pettit went to Irvine Sunday to start work for one of who formerly lived in this coun the oil men working near there. ty, and manied a Stanton young .'lady, expresses his appreciation Mrs. Reece Wiggins and Miss of The 'Times 'and encloses a Fannie Mae Shunfeesel returned check to renew 'Iris .subscription. Monday from a visit at Lexington a' number Misses Anna Clark and Maude of tenants theft. We bet ho is not Boono of Stanton visited Mrs. getting any reut-froThe latest G. Huckworth last Saturday and is a red headed Woodpecker that Sunday. has taken up his abode in a telephone pole opposite ' The Times Miss Daisy Stokely spent a few office. days in Winchester, recently,' visiting her cousin. Miss Lucy Geo. P. Burke, of Rosslyn, was Stokely. here last week atjidieft'us a nice order for printing and also asked There will be preaching serv us to advertise his excelleut corn ice at the Presbvterian church at meal, which is said to be the best dresses. 2: 80, v M , Sunday. All are in offered for Sale in'Eastern KenThe writer saw a man come invited to attend. tucky. to town with fifteen ties on his wagon. A few days ago J. E. Burgher has sold Ins pro SEED FOR SALE. this same team came in with but perty near the river to Emerson six ties, as tho roads then were O inlee, who has beon living there A few bushels tof choice seed terribly .muddy and in bad shape. for some months. potatoes at 90 cents a bushel, If we had good roads p)1 over the Also a few bushels, of New Era W. M. Mountz and Son have pea seed.' J. W. Mize, Vaughns county r Iii a same team could haul still larger number of ties. been remodelling their place of Mill, Ky. Wo are vntiug against our best business, greatly improving the interest if wo do not vote for this appearanco of the interior. Emerson Coulee 'has sold the road bond issue. Especially eight lots he bought at the Bhould every farmer in the counA number of those who pur Newell sale to A'.yM. Burgher, ty be for it, for he is tho one who chased lots at the Newell sale who had tho adjoiniug six lots. will bo benefitted the most. are preparing to fence them, Mr Burgher will fence the pro and some will build this year. perty and will probably build in The Christian Endeavor social that was to have been held at the v. the fall, When you want something to homo of tho writer this coming read call at The Times office John O. Eaton made a business Saturday night has beon postponWe have a supply of all the lat trip rh Irvine Monday and stayed ed on account of the box supper est Magazines and periodicals. over night as thprguest of tho that is to be held at the Court(Unit house on same evening for tho fTfllf . Unnn Runkaliir'a Rev. Wm. Kirk and faiinly Johh says they are a fine bunch benefit of the Cemetery feuce. who have been living in Stauton of boys and they treated. aim like The wire has arrived aud will be for some time, have moved here. put up soon as we get the fence a Prince. We welcome them to our midst. posts. Anyone wishing to contribTfee Aches of Hmste Ctamtag ute some good, substantial posts Have your Horse and Jack The pain and soreaees mused by for the cemetery fence can bring Gurds printed at The Times office strain (hem in at once and they .will We are well equipped to turn bruises, overexertion,-aning during house, sleeping time are be gratefully appreciated. out good work at reasonable 1 Mr. Baker,-- of Junctiou City, Tenu., is here visiting his sister, Mrs. Henry Daniel, and a broth er Robt. Baker. Mr. Baker says they were making gardeus. when he left, home last week and were of us. quite a bit Rev. Wm. Kirk moved his dications are that a good paying family to Clay City last week.' well will be struck. Affer sink-ina few holes on this farm, the We regret that it was necessary for them to move as they were machiho will-b- e moved to S G. We can afiord to Baker's place, fine people. lose so mo people out of Stantou. but not of this kind. What is JameS Bloom is improving his business house by having a now onr loss is Clay City's gain. t roof put on the butleing. . Mrs. Frances Beauchnmp, of Lexington, gave a very strong W. Schirmer, formerly Supertemperence lecture at the Christ, Higjiland'Or-phan- a' ian church last Wednesday night. intendent of the Home, was hero a' few She'spoke. from the standpoint of , Jrri the effects of whisky on the blood davs on business. and how it was dangerous for any man who values his health to Dillard MartinofJojinson.4 Citouch the stuff. She spoke on ty, Tenn., returned to his home cigarettes at the college chapel Tuesday after spending a week next morning, and if every mer- with relatives in this county. chant i n Stajitou could have Dr. J.W.Tyler, of Danville, heard that lecture we feel sure Supf. ,of Mountaiu Work for tho that thov would nevr hahJIe another cigarette, The writer Presbyterian church, was here accoinpauied hor to Torrent Tuesrtny on business, and visited .where she delivered the same ad- the Orphans Homo, g V." The oil drilling maohinery ot Bouniville, which has been undergoing some repairs here for several days, was takeii this week tn the farm of G. W. Clark 011 Hard wicks creek where a test well will be drilled at once. Oil bus already been located 011 this farm in two places, aud the in- - v " to-da- y J. M. Kennon has started work on a contract for some of .tho Estill county oil men to tcm, several thousand feet of lumber from Broadhead-Garr- ett mill to the oil field. A permanent camp is being established in the neighborhood of the oil wells. On account of being reooived too late some of' our-- country correspondence had to bo held over for noxt week. Correspondents are urged to have their let. tors in tho office hero not later than Tuesday, and Monday is better, and always be suro to sign . your name. A letter from J. W. Hutson with a renewal of his subscription, states that he could not get along without The Times to'keep him informed of tho doings of his old Powell county friends. Mr. Hutson is now located in Clinton, Mo., where he is engaged In the grocery and coal business, aud he says he is doing fine there d soothed away by S Loam's Llaissent. No seed te suffer this a$eay. Just W ssw sore apply Slop's Lihi -J rub only a a jkert spots, tints the pain leaves, JHa Wftt. fertably and enjoy nefrof May sleee. Oae aratof utttMer wriM h Ittlaan' s LtBMMiat iLmrW its a MUe weight eldr" IsjewMi eft bead, tte it NMsalgia aed Hrls4f XWl epatii, Ue, at year Drugfjkkf? lit-tl1 eV oiiwui hm Colonel Spencer Cooper, oae of the best known newspapermen of Eastern Kentucky, died a few days the Old Soldiers You 8et He Is Home at Dayton, Ohio. Gel, Cooper was 70 years, of age, and Owrfstond, A. T. Whitt, cashier of OKjr'HaMwHd Bank, made Ills for the last 10 yeara had publish, i 'owtex ut Ute bank's. ed the Herald at Maxel Ore. About threeaaeitbe ago hie made en Marsh tMLty lhoIi uAiini la tAuia iXAJlL Lilt awipif health faJM, vi sesaH jwf " www ew that 'fee awl a vf. to WsU, had Ui give, J the werVyiid; fell? JaafcMH Tmm. his wife haylgg sjie! ""lmH year m h&, fjfc to th .a4J Advert je ih Tlie limes, tdiars I1im, " v titt-Ma- f ge-a- lt f