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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): April 13, 1916 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1916 cla1916041301_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 13, 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 0 THE GLAY CITY TIMES " M. P?0'MARA, g"r-- - f- - . in.., ...i. ...... We . I . i.i. .. i. - -. i. I.. -ii ,- m" i..- - . Editer are Here to Help Clay City, the Surrounding Country and Ourselves. Y PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. VOL; XXf. ..ii. ; iiiVihi 7J-in CLAY OITY, KV., THURSDA-in . ii in ii. ii . - ' - APRIL 13 , J9HJ. i KO. 15 ii r tii " with- ' i mi Epwprth League Progrn Sunpav, Ar-n-. Minstrel Show e, STANTON. year's illness, sho was notable to - iBlg Majority way to seo. The sumo show will "What is it Wo may lino?" Mrs, also be put on at the Stanton Co. W.ft. Oasstdy. lege chapel, on May 5th. An ad Duet: Joseph Mo'iintz and A. It. mission feu of 25 cents will be 'Gambill. charged. "Standards to Live by," Miss Ethel Mlss'Roxle-Akera- .. s- (By P. O. Derthick.) There will be a minstrel show Subject: "Wo may know that. we are Math. by hicul talent ut the school-hnusMarlon Atkinson tins gone toll vino Qou's children;" Horn, Saturday night, April 22. to stay awhile. Leader: Mrs. Sam Carr. The boys have been practising for Itev. and Mrs. J. G. Hanley were in Song. some time on this, and those who Lexington on a shopping tour SaturLord's Prayer, have seen the rehearsals say (hut day last. Sons. it- sure will be worth going a long Harvey Wells left last week for "Irfilfortrtnco of,' .this Knowledge' 10, IDJu. 8-n, 630,'r.it. '' - ' i Duncan, Prayer, by 0. 0. Eaton. Song. league Benediction. Tnero will bo regular preaching vice after the League exorcises. Sunday School Program ser- STANTON A Pit, 22-- 20 Saturday Nioht 7 : 30 Song Service, and Devotion. 7 : 40 Address, Rev. Geo. J. Joplin. SONDAY MORNING Dentists Coming Drs Lnckhnrt & Goodwin, 10:30 Opening Ad'r., Buford.Estcs. ilentists, of Campion, have leasof Trained Teacher, ed the building of Mrs. Jennie ltcv, J. 0. Hanley. H:00 Address, Rev, Geo. J. Joplin. itusBell, next to the Central: HoSpkday Afteiinoon tel,' and will occupy it about May 2:00 Itound fable Discussion. 1st. Those wanting dental work 3:00 Value of a Workers' Conferdone should call and see them as ence, Mr, Grant Hackworth. ' 15-soou as they are located. Sukday Niam 10:46-Val- ue , Gt . 0:30 Bible School. Jce Cream Supper 7:30 Devotional, Prof. Itanson. the World Mr. A, T. Stewart. 8i Rev, Geo. J. Joplin. I was burled Wednesday afternoon in tho old Hatton creek graveyard beside tho placo where Her father lies. She leaves a husband and five children: Sherman, of Wolfe-co- ., Mrs. Emerino Estes of Garrard-co- ., Chris, Mrs. Polly Morton of Hatton creek, and Patscy who lived with her parents. Mrs. Abner was 70 years old and had been a Ohio, ivhero he has a position member of the church for 55 years. The sympathy of tho community goes rolling mill. in the out to the bereaved family. Ben Hatton of Bowen and Sir. Ford Mrs. Lith Barnes has moved ihto tho of Winchester were, here last week property where Miles Faulkner form looking after Singer sewing machine erly lived. business. Tho Breeze girls have received word, Os Johnson has returned to Stanton to work with Bob Stone this sum- that their father, who is in Blooming-toIII., is better. We horfe for his mer. They have been papering for Miirgun Lyle and Maor Blackburn, re- full recovery. DeCourccy Lawson, who lias been cently. attending school hero for some months Win-so- r, Acard from W. F. Adams in Canada' to the writer says that he left forliis homo near Stillwater in Wolfo county. He will be homo in about a month. Mrs. Florence Oldham and her childsays there is too much war in Canada ren moved to Lexington last week, to suit him, Guy Crowu I4 building .a new house where she will seek employment. We regret very much to lose these fine on the site where the old Crowe home years ago. He and peoylo. burned some-twWord comes that M. A. Phillips who his bride will occupy the house when it is completed. formerly lived here, but now of LouisDr. Mltchol, who is at the head of ville, is very low with heart trouble, the Frenchburg College in Menefeo and his recovery is considered very county, was here Inst'week visiting her doubtful. She returnfriend, Miss Ida Paisley. Itev. J. W. Tyler of Danville, Ky was here one day last week. It is very ed home Wednesday.. Guy Crowe had the misfortune to probable that he will deliver the Comrun a nail in his foot a few days ago mencement address this year Ho is a 1 and it lias given him some pain and very line speaker. n, o For Bond Issue. The unefiicial report of the vote on tlte 40,000 road bond ifsue Monday shows that tho question carried by a majority of 805; These may be figures changed somewhat by the official county, but there will be very little difference in them. Tho vote was light, only 817 votes beiug cast, against 1180 cast in the last general election last fall. Foil wing is the vote by precincts: For Against No. " l. 2. Virden Stanton 8. North Fork 4. Bowen 5. Clay Oity 62 183 v 11 4 47 1G 57 105 88 22 6. Hard, creek 7. Slade 22 8. Rogers Chap'l 8 & 80 45 Those who worked so hard for the passage of the 'bond issue are to be congratulated for their success and they certainly deserve every word of praise that can be given them. In the lower end of the county, Mr. J. W. Mcintosh was an indefatigable worker, . .. :inn. in annimnn tn rw i" 1 1 f acetUreiinuppar"rTsAMuaiW Jjtrpuble didn't, building, On Friday' PREACHING Ol? night, April 2l6t, the Friday night before Easter, For benefit of the Services will be held at . the Ladies' Aid of the Methodist Presbyterian church Sunday, ICth af 2:80, pm. Church. Everybody come! II. Cassady aelf ceroa wf tutdrpii Arjouuthatjbuwjljyi NEW GOODS IN Our new stock of dry goods is now in and we will sell them at living prices. Our line df lad- ies' trimmed hats is the most complete in town and the prices range from $1.50 to $3.50. We also have summer hats for men and boys, a qomplete line of hosiery, summer underwear, ladies' vests and corsets; a brand new stock of ginghams and calicos bought before, the raise; factory and bleached cotton, madras and percales, crash, extra good san silk and a complete line of notions such as needles and pins, talcum powders and toilet soaps, etc. We have the best line of mens' work shirts in town and also of overalls and whipcord and corduroy pants, work socks, suspenders, collars, handkerchiefs, etc. We are selling granite and tinware at reduced prices and ajull line of paints, varnishes, stains and brushes at a low price, See our line of Building Paper, Soreening for Doors and Windows, Tabla Oilcloth, Washboards, Mops, Strap Hinges, Plow Bolts, Padlocks, Hoes, Bakes, Corn Planters, etc., etc. Misse' Julia Evans, Bortha Carver and Mary Johnson, were in'Wincherter on a shopping trip. Miss Johnson went on to Lexington where sho met her brother Leonard and sister Maxie. She returned home Monday. The rottd bond issue carried by a big majority. This will bo good news to one and all in Powell county, and we trust that those who voted ugainst it will see their mistake afld repent. Wo are sure they will repent when they see good pike roads all over the county Louis Pilcher, who is going over the State lecturing in tlm Interest of temperance, was here' last week and made a talk, but met with poor success. It was reported that the. writer had se cured him to como here, but this is not so as the writer did not have a thing to do with his coming to 8 tan ton, nor did he know ho was coming till ho The Magisterial District Convention of Powell county will be hold nt Stanton on Saturday night, Apr. 23, and all day Sunday the 23rd. The program will bo found elsewhere in this paper, ltcv. Georgo Joplin, the Stato General Secretary, whoso, headquarters are at Louisville, will givo the main address on Saturday night. Everybody is cor dially Invited to attend this, the Sun-d- a y School Convention of all the churches. Tho writer attended the Intorcollct giate Prohibition Association convention in Lexington last week where he heard some very fine addresses against tho liquor trade Tho render will re ceive the benefits of these addresses from time to time. Suffice it to say the liquor business, is doomed and tho writer hopes to havo a hand in putting it out of business. To take n look at tho drunken mess of men and boys at the box supper last Saturday night was enough to arouse tho fighting blood of every loyul and sober citizen of Stanton. And tho shame of it is that uraliy of tho fathers of Stanton have set the example before their boys and these samo boys are fast becoming the drunkards of our town. Mrs. Mineryn Abner, wife of Tilford Abntlr, died at about V o'clock Tuesday morning, of this week, at her home, of pneumonia, Sho wiu taken sick Thursday and on uccclunt of her alrdy enfeebled condition' . from a comlng elections Powell not have a better man for the place and the writer would be glad to see bim enter the race. We need a good sober man for this office, rather than always taken a keen interest 111 801110 who are talking of making the the question, did valuable service race. And wore Hubert to make the race he would be about tho hardest while Dr. I. V. Johnson, of man In the county to beat, as he tias Stanton, looked after the matter a host of friends in both parties who in the upper end. There were, would support him. of course, many others who help, vciK7 race-io- r, G. V. Lyle, the hustling business man of Furnace, was in town Monday, and paid us a pleasant visit. Mr. Lyle s:iys that, the oil boom is making things hum in the Furnace neighborhood, and if they only had some roads to travel on it would be much better. ed greatly in the work, but wo fell that to those three men is due the largest measure of credit. Now all that remains, is for tho Fiscal Court, when they continue their adjourned meeting on April 20, to proceed with tho preparations for issuing and selling the bonds and letting tho contracts for tho work. THE' UNIVERSAL CAR The largest shoe factory in the country makes less than of the entire shoe output, but the FORI) th one-fortie- MOTOR COMPANY builds half of all the automobiles made in America. This volume is necessary to supply the demands of people who are looking for economy at a low cost. Get Yoursoday. . 1916 Touring Car 1916 Roadster Tlicsa. Prices . (Five Passenger Should we not have what you want we will get it for you. (Three Passenger .... . $440 $390 F. O. B. Detroit W. F. ADAMS. 6c CCD. STANTON KENTUCKY" A. T. Whitt, Clay City, Ky. Distributor of Ford Cats for Powell County. THE TIMES. A To Square Meal Beats Poetry the Average Man the Material Comforts Count Most. un- Watch Cold& Child's Cough A Democratic Newspaper Eighteen Years Old The Best Weekly In this Section. H-do- M. P. O'Mara Entered as second-clas- s ter at the Post Office at Clay City, Ky., under tho Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. blessed with riches, it is tho Editor miteriul comforts of life that but 'we want Count. That here below" is a frufsm, mail mat- little but to be without that little is For the averago pernon, keenest hardship. the honest, declaration, ' I can oat a hearty meal without dis comfort,'' has a better sound to the average man than tho best line over penned by poet. It'is after long loss that the material things, when won back, seems so much better. . Of all.the ailments that affict chronic dyspepsia humanity, probably is the most common. Its causes" nnd characterizations are many. Skilled specialists have been unable to cpe with this almost universal malady,, but Mother Nature, in combination witli skill end chemistry, has compounded in her exhaustible laboratory a marvelous remedy for this trouble. The symptoms of this. common disease, which is only, a forerunner of more complicated maladies are many. Belching after meals, frequent nausea, pains in the region of the stomach, and a tired, feeling, are only a few of the indications. Dyspeptics bo- ome listless, .then tnorbid,. are ucholy over trivial things, unsinul ideas, beside. sun cm , n. J! (lit?, QICCp UIIUI Us and frequent nausea, life hardily seems worth living. Tanlac was designed Jo check this distressing condition, and to restore a healthy, normal apptite, bring good, restful sleep, nnd banish that tired, nervous in short, to restore the stoiitach to the habit of doing a full day's work and doing it well'. Tanlac, the ideal reconsrrucive tonic, is being especially .intro. 1 A good irieal isn't poetical, but I uniting of nose, irritation of the mucous membrane- if neglected may mean Catarrh later. 'Don't take tho chances ; something for Y0,,r rhiMl Children will not take every med icine, but they ftMlltakiV Dr.' King's New Difcovery.and without bribing orUeaMng. ''Ttj a"8w'eet pleasant 8ar Syrup and . so vffctive. t Must laxative enough to eliminate Wb waste poisons. AIniost iho first dose helps. Always prepared, no mixing or fussing. Just ask your druggist for Dr." .King's New It will safeguard your against- seriijus ailments re sulting from colds. Die-pover- yj THERE IS Many a man who can't build a FINISH the chicken count. chicksev-- . en coop in a week. who can finish eral air castles in a night! . Dream geod onr-b- ut coop-m- ake a enc'-res- ults The fellow who used to whisper sjreet nothings to a girl now has to 'sidestep the fellow who makes a noise like real money. The substitute for dreams start a - Savings Account Glay City National Bank PAYS 3 PER CENT COMPOUND INTEREST A HOME-MA- DE PAPER. 'THURSDAY, APR, 13, 1916 THE WINCHESTER BANE, of Winchester, Ky. Capital Stocky r Surplus and Undivided $100,000 ANNOUNCEMENT We are authorized to announce G. W. GOTJBLEY, of Beattyvillo,. Ky., as a candidate for Judgo of the Court of Appeals for tho Seventh Appelate of Kentucky subject to the action of the Republican party at the primary election to bo held August 0, 1016. Dis-rtic- fc $200,000' Profits N. Holly "Witherspoon, President W. II. Sphar Cashier. YOUR ACCOUNT SOLICITED. CLEANING AND PRESSING. STANTON 7 " COLLEGE, KY. The substantial majority piven the road bond issue on Monday is a further proof, if one were heeded, of the progress of Powell and the other mountain counties. For several years the county, has, been handicapped by lack of roads, which prevented the development of its resources, but we can .now look forward to uuuu iuuud niHUttrii v. tirn i I am ready tepb iour Cleatv inn and Pressing., Good work: STANTON, guaranteed and .charges able. Orders )eft with will receive' prompt reason- J. Bloom Students Admitted at Any Time attention. JAMES WILLIAMS. One of the Best Schools in Kentucky. Courses in Agriculture and Domestic Science. Review Classes in the Common Branches will For Good Bartering Try A. P. Johnson In the old stand, next to the Red River Hotel. . 'mg be Conducted throughout ' the Termv aruLScalp Treatment By paying part of their Expenses in Work, 'Students may ge Rates at the Dormitory as tow as $1 5o per Week. m mm, 'For Informatiqn Write to - 3ut they be able to see, in a short Wll tune, the advantages of better roatls in the county. foresight, of President Wilson in his campaign for preparedness! several weeks ago, is being demonstrated in the Mexican fracas which is at present taking all the headlines in the dailies. The United States set out to capture Villa, the urch bandit, after a series of atrocities which put the European war in the shade, and up to tin's date all that the troops have succeed-eiu doing is to travel over u considerable .portion Df Mexico and show the world at large how little prepared they were for actNut ual conditions of warfare. a single branch of the service was prepared for business, and the result is that yilla is stjll at large and likely to be so for sqmt time. Too much militarism is u bad thing for any country, but we should be prepared to hold our own and have men and. equipment enough to finish anything wo may 6tart. We will be pretty sate to roly on the judgeinpnj.pf President Wilson in the8e,jiint-- . tera as. while he is not in any sense a matt of war, h'e believes in tho United States' uphojdhijr uieir uiguuy, mm to uu jiiis,iiib. necessary to nave me ineii.virius nnd ammunition to do ityp-titer words, to be "prepared.'' ' and TREES Ornamental trees', Fruit Rev. J. G. Haniey, President, I Stanton, Ky. Shrubs, Qrnpo Vines, Rhubarb, Roses, THING FOR ORCHARD. LAWN AND GARDEN, NO. AGENTS The feel-lin- g FREE CATALOGS Ss H.. F. Hillenraeyer Lexirigton .Sons. . Ky. - duced iu Clay ton & (Ji'ty at. tho Ea- You Need a Tonic to take Cardui, the woman's tonic. Cardui Is composed of purely,, vegetable Ingredients, Tvftich act gently, yet surely, oh the weakened womanly organs, and helps build them back to strength and health. It has benefited thousands and thousands of weak. ailing women Jn its past half 'century of wonderful, ' success, and it will do the same, for: you. You can't make a mistake in taking McGuire .store, .Where the Tanlac man explains its merits and the results that, can be expected from its U60. WHEN YOU WANT A SHAVE OR HAIR OUT OR ANY There are times in every woman's life when she needs a tonic to help her over the hard places. When that time comes to you, you know what tonic d obtained in. Stanton at Hardwick & CO.; Bowen, Day- & King; Oollegp-Hill- , Ginter Bros.; Torrent, J. Taylor Day; lrrine, Irvine Drug Xinluc niay - TONSORIAL'WORK ' be -- CALL ON H. H. PHERIQO. Q(Ol Por Cotds , Co. Honey, Pino Tar und G!ycorino ATTENTION An exclusive Tanlac agent i In ar6 roc'tigulzeil colli remedies. Honey these Dr, IleU'd Pine-Tr' CARDUI The Woman's Tonic - wanted in every town, village and cross road in this county. Fpr particulars and advertising; pjunsaiidress Cooper rUdlcine Company, I)ay ton, Ohio, bmallpox Spreading ore combined with otlitr cough tmedjcite in a pleugarit syrup Dr. JJeH'a P'lio l'tr Honey qi'ickly .stops V0.Pt.couKl, iilieiikH your eold .Booties irritntjon of t ho tlrpit, rExcelleiiTIor younp, adult nnd aged, Its one ct tue best cough syrupt njade. Formula on every botfi Y'ou know jiut whut you njrq nkilig and j our dootor knowd, . Miss Amelia Wilson, R F. D. No, 4, Alma, Ark., says: "I think Cardui is.the greatest medicine on earth, for, women. Before I began to takc.CarduI, I was so weak and nervous, and .had such- awful dizzy, spells and a poor appetite. Now I feel as well 'and as. strong as J ever did, and can eat most anything.'1' eegin taicing Laraut ,tp.qay. sola Dy all dealers. , Has Helped thousands. sVtsSkjflsVkHfekHbv. fatadr, u ijlI 1 eifiuera or wro, Wflwa,g)jRrnnI)r lio' were reported . to ha- - m,'8 Pine-Tu- r Honey, a n rW loaf " jht, bVat-fcir- iiuiiany tliejJI.cayieejns u'l.ol nb ftmlrt is sun coiiuneu iq hu liC. ;0tily25o, at Drugitiete. Ai to ArauminL "EfurKumcnl could w depended on to settle everything," Mtd.TjRCle Kbea "all dar'd b to a baseball game Is de s ' 'cumIobb wit de umpire." " Ice Cream Supper Ice Cream Supper. At II, Cassady building, On Friday mna:firnr.'- -r Other cases over the county arc reported. Jord Dunavvay of Kcgis, luj two cases in hU family, Everett Wool- tho W. cry, or White tMk, und a family oi have It. s" to'bo liiV 4 ' 'bSmxf wlmt you want We writ all klRils 0 fOWELL 1 JACKSON r night, April 2it, Win. U'fore Easter, For benefit of thn trio uuease. ert UiddelLv,hollye. ,,ear ha,ve ,B Real Estate and Insurance. We JJuy.afc Sell Farm rbJ City Property of all kiHcKk We bare some nice farms ia Chrk and adjkWig counties for sale or Write us ness. Writers of all Kinds of fire, Life,," Tcrnade, Lffhtnltif vanil Hfl 'Insure aiwe,. We are also afenlj'ferr the IHIfls Surety Cswany and are to de a genef al lending busl-pre-Qwr'- "' Iidigs' Aid of tho Methodist Ohurcfi.V Ev'ery.bodyifcomel bo wogt of zazvii, whwe It' notable for Its diversity. Dairying Tho county board of health U using and cattle and sbes ra!lag are carover? effort to tiro vent a further enrcad ried on 1b aoaaeraetsWra ' The Chsd-v situated ther. J dr eheew ivimry oftho.dlseao.-EsT- IU Tribune. A rt. POWELL Sam W; & JACKSON Lliivllle Jaekscn , if inwmt, Ky, 0m, TftACY ANSTOKECy, Haifl StriWwlMUr, f WI Office In Court'Hese Kentucky ( wineliMter X '. iti it yTTTT A A A A A A A A A A A tt tt A A itt A tti itt t A A tYT lie wit W T ' . to;'"'-- ' SPRING and SUMMER GOODS flur Spring and SummercgoQds are no win and we invite you to call and see them. Beleive we can supply the wants of every one. Our goods are and the quality .and pricris right. "HIGH QUALITY-LO- W PRICES" is our motto. ' l We handle dry goods, notions, clothing shoes, hats, caps, trimmed hats, beds, cots, mattresses, springs, tables, chairs, rockers, safes, sewing machines, trunks, suit cases, oil. coal- and wood cook stoves, mattings, linoleums, rugs, wall paper, paints, oils, varnishes saddles harness windows doors hardware groceries farm implements THE BAIN ?;'v up-to-da- te - : w .. . wagons,, etc. We are sole agents for the following lines: HART SCHAFFNER R & MARX clothing AR- for men; QUEEN QUALITY shoes for women; WALK-OVEshoes foJ men; ROW BRAND shirts and collars. Give us a call when in need of ANYTHING ana should we not have it will get it for you at once-- - Hardwick &Co " v STANTON, KENTUCKY t 4 4 id 3 MILL. S VAUGHN'S (Too late lor last wk.) - rk., nn. vas and George Hall is, some better at this writing. Walk Bennett spent Sunday with S. U. Cartia. J. W. Mize and faintly spent .Sunday with W. 0. Mhse. Win ford Davis and family are going to Cincinnati to locate. Born. To the wife, of David Weather, a daughter, Mar. 27th Mrs. Joe Crosby spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Mamie Pryor. ..All our farniera are gottin; ready to farmroost all are sow ing oats and grass seed. Mrs. J. W. Mize has eone to Akron, Ohio, to visit her daugh tor Mrs. George Wiseman. Iaaao Mize has gone back to Akron, Ohio, having beon home on a visit for the past two. weeks, Mrs. W. 0. Haggard, of Win. chaster, has been visiting her PWs Bwt - , atcnijs far tte lw Uvw Because they contain tiie best (too late for, last week.) ..ytver nidieine, no matter how bit-- r su-- ( or nauseating for the Ms8 Laura Bellomy is visiting' tasta. Dr. at Boatty ville for a few days. ir coating hid w. the lag's Mew Life Pills contain in-- Charley Pasulo? aud family of edients that put the liver work. Dundee, were visiting friends , t, move the bowela freely. No here last week. pe, bo saueea, aid digestion, Shelt Townsend, Who has been it try a bottle Jf Dr.. Kiag'a ill with. stomach trouble, is some v. Life Pilla aad notice how lh better yeu feel. 25e at drug. what better at this time. 'Shelby Veary, who has 'beon brother J. W. Mize, for tho past in W, Virginia for the past two mouths, has returned home. week. Mrs. Mattio Todd is spending Coleman Hull, who has been a few days this week with her living in Tennessee, has moved mother, Mrs. Martha Martin, on here and will farm this summer. Suow creek. Cal Spencer met with a serious accident u few days ago. While clearing some land a limb struck PILOT him on the head. He is still very low at this writing. Courtney Campbell lefo Tues day for Indianapolis. NORTH BEND. ..Misses Bertie and Myrtle Campbell wore here Friday. Mrs. Nannie Arthur spent last Sunday with her grandmother, D. 0. Hall bought a pair of mules from Shelt Towusend. of who is very ill with rhoumatism. Radical. Miss Kbet Ewen and her sister Fleui Ashley has returned Nora, visited their sister, Mrs. home from Illinois, where he has Mary Skidmore, Saturday. been working. T.O. Hall and Willie Ewen Tho inclement weather of the weut fox hunting Saturday night past few days has put a stop to and reported a lino chaao, gardening. It has been very hard Mrs. Rhet Skidmore and daugh. on the small chickens, too. ter, Sylvia, have been visiting J. H. Spencor, who has been Mrs, T. 0. Hall. in West Virginia for some time, Mrs. Eflie Howoll visited her waB called to the bedside of has neico, Mis.- - Boweu, Saturday father, Oal Sponcor, who was evening. by a falling limb. Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Eweu visited Mr. and, Mrs. J. II. Coulee PILOT Saturday and Sunday. in-jur- of the scenery around milk instead of beer. His steam the Homo, one day last week. plant and refrigerating apparatus are cooling milk and cream and Louis Pilcher spoke to the curing cheeso, aud ho finds if children on some of the requirenecessary to employ even more ments for 6ucce88, during his vis. men than before. Other brewers it to the Home. in the Stato of Washington are Miss Cynthia Patrick stopped reported to bo about to profit by off for a few days to visit, after this brewer's experience. Tha which she will be located at Lex- Christian Herald. ington for the summer. on some SEED FOR SALE. Can Use Everythlag Bat Kegs. A few bushels of choice seed potatoes at 90 cents a bushel. Ono brewer in the State of Washington has discovered that Also a few bushels of New Era the prohibition law, instead of pea seed. J. W. Mize, Vaughns destroying his brewery, has open- Mill, Ky. ed up to him a much more pro fitablo busiuess. He is now Honeety la Rara. bottling and pasteurizing milk To be honeet aa the world goee ii to be one mua picked out of tea thouand manufacturing cheese.. His big beer trucks are hauling sand. Bhakeiteare: "Haslet" aet ORPHANS' HOME ITEMS. '1 Dr. Tyler stopped off between trains to plan for the future of the wtirk. Mr. Schinuer, a. former work- er, spent a fqw days at tho Homo oil bis way to Cincinnati. J h THORNHILL WAGONS Are Sold in Powell County by EATON & McGUIRE Clay'.City, SITUS' 'ffi TWrHiti.kr frlod Inn I'limor.'l Kentucky,- - ianyand w.Pre JACKSOM Commissioner's Sale. I'OU'BM, (UHCUIT COUNT. Frank 15. Uussull, 1'lfT. 1 Notion o Sale vs. Jntnes M. Lain-- , Deft. J In Kqulty Ky virtue of n judgement nnil order rsale of the Powell Circuit Court, rendered tit the March Term, 1910, thereof, in the above cause, the undersigned will on the 1st day of May, 1010, at ono o'clock r.M., or thereabout, (being Court Day), I will as Master Commissioner proceed to offer for sale tit Public Auction to the highest bidder, on a credit of 6 months, nt tho , court-hous- e door in Stanton, Ky., tho property mentioned in the Judgement, to wit : A tract or parcel of land lying on tho mountain between Pecks creek and Cat 6rcckvntid in Powell con nty, and described by survey as follows: Iteginninf at an ironwood at base of limestone cliff, the same being a corner to James S. Crowe and Isaac Lowo ; thence a straight lino passing over the cliff and to top of same and with the line of said towe; thence leaving Lowe's line and with tho centorof ridgo and road, said ridgo being known as Crpwe Ridge, to a pine on nortli side. ofjeiaid road and about BO yards cast of point of sandstone cliff ; thence N. and WVourse parsing over "the said sandstone cliff and continuing with the eenter of ridgo, something more or a North course to the point or end of said ridge ; thence a straight lino to a pine at top of limestone clifT; thence with the top of limestone cliff a North course to where the four milo cirulo crosses samo; thence with said.circlo lfne crossing tho ridge to tho limestone cliff and line of said Lane about a South corner to said course to a sugar-treLane's former boundary ; thenco with top of said limestone cliff and with tho line of Isaac Lowe to tho point of beginning, containing 76 acres, more or less. Or sufficient thereof to produco e, 7? 10CAI Flovd bar. 6f Winchester! was here Tuesday. All the latest magazines nt The Times ollice. Prince Albert show you the real road to smoke-joy- ! 5 S For'Sule 500 locust posts, .nil sizes. x .Apply to A.T. Wh'itt.rf"- - J. T. Adams, the Stnuton merchant, paid this oflice n pleasant visit Wednesday. W. M. Lane, of the Pearsife oflice force, spent Sunday, nt his. homo in Lexington. Mr. aud Mrs. 0. F. Tomliusou, of Nada, spent Sunday with Wm. R.J, KnynoMs Tobacco Co. , CopyrtfM Utlby' Johnson and family. Walter Thacker, of Stanton, was hero Tuesday morning on business for Hardwick & Co. Luther Stephens, the newely appointed Master Commissioner, was here Monday on business. mits men to smoke all they want without getting a sore 'tongue, without any comeback but real tobaico enjoyment I The patented process by which "Prince. Albert is made (and controlled exclusively by us) fixes .that and cuts out bite and parch! create was PRINCE ALPERTnever made to before tobaccoexisted where it It per! 4 O.E.White has moved from the Russell building next the Central Hotel, to Meehauicsville. Joe Mountz has been further improving his property by the liberal use of paint and white wash. " mince Albert the nditbncl joy smoke - - will Mrs. Myrtle Burgher, who has bean 'attending school at St. Ilel- bp., required to s, spent Sunday here with her i.v . miv 1 JLX7 comesright to ybcr- ftasto fair'and sqiiare And it willjdol'for yea wHat it has done for thousands of men make pipe or cigarette smoking the cheerful-e-st of your pleasures! Print Altrt U to be hid What we tell you About Prince vrywhrm tobacco IttMln loppy red baft. Set tidy rtd tint, lOot hondmome pound Albert is a fact that will prove out and lr hnmidor to your satisfaction just as quickly and ia that clotty pomd 1 half-poun- d poneamottronortopthct in tuch fin thapoabuayt I mcept tho tobacco cryetul-gia- tt humidor with as you lay in a stock and B. fire-u- p 1 Oa Ik wiH mi: Alt Oij mm til otTifmlU ni Ha urn "fncM JttflUb. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., Wiattoa-Saic- N.C. . A lien will bo re- was thrown from his horso when with these terms. Beyond a few tained on the land sold till all the pur the animal fell. chase money is paid. Bond payablo to bruises and a liberal coating of Master Commsssiouer. ntiid on his clothes, thedamngo Luther SrcrHEMs, done was Very slight, Master Commissioner. 'hemp' mnrket in, the United eyes fitted, K If you want-yo- ur caught some oi the peacn as in the county, qut the dam with gjaBseR calj-a- t the Red River trees jere Next Week States, alreadyWinchester dealers y have engaged many of Hotel, Thursday,. Friday pr yur age is not extensive.' me lanu soia uu an mu the largest crops in other coun-tie- r, of this week. Also will chase money is paid. Bond, payable to The District Convention of the Master Commissioner. besides t h e home output. Ilobt. Jumesou, of the firm of treat eyes nndo.repoir'worK on Knights of Pythias will meet in JiUTHEB Stmiiens, Thos. Jainesou & Son, coal opera glasses. Dr. T'urher, of Cincin Ths will give the Winchester Master. Commissioner. OlayCity, Tuesday, April 6th, tors at Beatty ville, was here on nati, Ohio. Amt. of Sale and Costs: $247.81. the meeting being called or 8 p.m. hemp dealers control-o- f practibusiness, Wednesday. 11 10. . Advertising Feo The afternoon session will be cally 75 to 80 per cent of the enfor the reports of lodgos, election tire crop in Kentucky. WinOil Men Here J. W. Lawrence, a busiiiess of District Deputy, .and jcener' chester Democrat. ; uommissioner's Sale man of Winchester, was here al discussion of the welfare of Tuesday looking after, thejjaint The oil business "in Powell the lodges in the district. aud trade. Powklk Circuit Codrt. county shows. every promise of The, night meeting will be PliT. f Notice of Sarah Blackburn, Clay City Csnstructien C.. becoming ime pf the most imr Sale to conference of First Rank, vs. When vou' want something to pnrtant industries in this part of tho moving pictures of the PythCyntha Ann Lucas, Deft I In Equity Clay City Ky. read call at The Times oflice the State. The rich Estill county ian Home and the getting togethBy virtue of a judgement and order We have a supply of all the lat of sale of the Powell Circuit Court, field, which has created thegreaf- er of the members Contracting Irick JUyers.-N- o Term, 1910, est Magazines and eriodicals. rendered at the March est interest in tho oil center of thereof in the above cause, thp under job too largeNone too small country, has brought to the Carl Hall has about completed the signed will on the 1st day of May, 1910, Big Hemp Crop , attention of capitalists the pos at one o'clock p.m. or thereabout, repairs on tho house he Jately EsnwatM Furnished (being court day) proceed to offer for moved to his lots in the bottom, sibilities of the mountain counties The latest estimates verify, (.he sale at Public Auction to the highest and there is keen competition Satiaf action Guaranteed bidder, on a credit of six months, at and he plans to move in the last for leases on lands nil over this ftict that Clark county will this 0o Ky of thi week. e door in Stanton, the year produce about f the county. the property mentioned in the judge The outfit on the Clark farm entire hemp crop produced in ment, to wit : Tract or parcel of land Mrs. Olnv Williams, of Bush Old Papon for Sale aV Tfce situated in the town of Stanton, Pow Branch, spent Sunday with her issQt up now and preparations Kentucky, .thus continuing Winchester .as the largest domestic Time Office. county-- , Kentucky, and described as . ell family here, aud went to Lexing- were beinc made to start drilling follows, to wit: Thursday morninr Two wells Bounded on tho'East by the road ton Monday to do some shopping were sunk on this land some before returning home. leading from Stanton to Hatton creek ; years ago, but owing to the failure on the North by tho. lot of Mary Morton, and on the South and West by the Mr. and Mrs. Edward Roso of the company doing the work, landB of Sarah Blackburn, containing came up from Frankfort, a few the wells were never pumped, " ono house and?ot. days ago to spend a few weeks at although oil was struck iu fairly Or sufficient thereof tojjroduco home. Mr. Roso obtaiued three good quantity. Should the in$119.37, so ordered to be mndo. Tho purchaser will be required to weeks leave of absence from his dications warrant it, these old We aim to treattfpur customers in, the give bond, with approved security, for duties us guard at the reforma- wells' will bo cleaned out and the payment of the purchase money, tory. pumped. Mr. B. A. Bonntvillo, to have the force and effect of a rebest possible manner and to them who is doingpthe drilling here, plevy bond, bearing legal Interest from "While attempting to run down has also leaped several other the day of sale, according tol&w. a square deal. Bidders will bo prepared to comply a calf a few dyas ago, Tom Moutitz tracts, and expects to work here 'Sat-uada- St Siind oHtoTMeei aMMiir " ... wall-pape- r de-vote- d court-hous- I-- one-hal- A .Square Del. gije .1 I I Amt. above: Advertising Feo , $110.87 7.30 Uncle Eben. "When a man tells you what he would" do if he wus somebody else," said Uaclc Bben, "he's generally ne lectin' to accomplish as much as he oue&t to. Jes' by beln' his own self." for some months. George E McOuiro, representing the Cordovah Oil fc Gas Clom. pany, of Parkersburg, West Va,, was here this week securing leases ou several hundred acres,' Dr, Gopdwiu, of Oampton, wus and it is said they will start here Monday to secure a locution drilling at once. for himself and partner, Dr. They will move here Lockhart. Advertising in Tho Times w'U the 1st of "May, having leasabout ed Mrs. Russell's building next pay you. H you don't peiievo H to the Ontrul Hotel. let us eonvinee you by a trial. . I Our Stock s clean and fresh, and our priops are Give us a trial right. - I I I 1 Henry Waldron WALTERSVlLLp, I 1 - KENTUCKY