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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): April 20, 1916 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1916 cla1916042001_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 20, 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. Burgher J R it i T G vm: "i M.P; bMARA, Edrter We are Here" to Help Clay KY-t- CHy, the Surrounding Country and OutmWm. PUILISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Y&u xxi. lire (By P.T OLAY OHY, , THtTR&DAY APRIL 20 , 19(6. M'. On JC t 0 Aleii STANTON. 0. Derthick.) In Clay member of County BoMrd City Tues- Minstrel Show The Minstrel Show to be put on at the scliooi.liou.se Saturday night by local talent promises to be one. of the hits of the season and if the boys don't spring something good we will h? great, ly surprised, The songs and dances are ones that have never been seen or heard here before. aud every joke is warranted to be young and sound. Everybody should turn ont to help the boys along. Leasing'Fast Expresses Epidemic of Measles' Hard wick s Creek His Own Vlens. The following letter has been received lift- - thiR office with the D. It. Clark and Rosa Ilall attended request for; publication. While atMY&terllng, Monday. court-da- y Again In Poweli to the views expressed in any DrR, Olark made a business trip rilay not accord with Jackson last week being gone for sevOwing to the increased Interest eral days. . our (iwn .personal views wo are in J he oil field caused by tfie Mrs, Callio,.DavU Is cfe.rkinfffcir Mrs. very glad a't any and all times to bringing in of several good wells "Williams at Clay City and like "iher open the' columns of the paper to In Kstill county close to the Pour-- work very much. to.comtnutSfCatious that ihuv bo ell' line competition between Mrs. Lawrence Knox of Nada visited of geherufj.nterear to the public, 3 .operators, lias been very keen to her sister.jllrs.-l.idDaniel, Iaatweek. and onronl.v stipulation Is that Dr. Knox was here lor a day obtain leases on Imut in this such leftetir must be signed with and during the past week Mesdanies JKate Bohannan fcrd J. 0, the- uamcof tho writer.' This is ,;. several thousand acres leased and Hanloy will attend the Kduc4tltnal not rieeeflskfily- for publication, Lexington Gets Meeting at LoUislllo thirweek, only a few acres in the county Big Convention. but m ord'e'r that we may know The setting of n A. T.i2tewarf'and Rob. Oonlcd were fhatfloch liters are written in dre. now free. rigr on the Geo. W. Olark farm in Winchester last week? They came good faith.,- The Democratic State Convenspring Easter hats for "fins caused quite n flutter among home w'tb now To Thd Rcideiwof The Times : tion will be held iu Lexiugton their better halves. ml .men and it is predicted thgt a As a member' Of the County Board of May 24, to select delegates to the gocid'stnke. will be madethere as Mrs, TcarlDaniel-'o- t Iowa iu visiting Education I, wish to call your atten- National Convention and arrange the family of Htfnf yDaniel. Her there are already two wells on will tion to the act that the Editor of Bet- tho party organization for the Is a Bon of Mr, Daniel. He the property that were sunk soon move to Cat creek and take charge ter Farms and Roads says that ho Is next four years. going to writt a, while, at least, about about" twelve years ago py the of his father's farm. Kmh county will hold a contho schools of the county. NorUicntt-Oonlpany- . Neither of Uince thelEditor of that paper insists vention May 20, to name delRev. Sherman Xtobbins of Hatton these wells Was ever pumped but creek filled his regalar appointment at that the sctjbols thirty years ago were (Jouventiou. they have remained full of oil Olive HH1 iq Carter county, over Sun- better nod hat. wp had better touchers egates to the State for yeare, one at them overflow, day., .He will preach at Bowcri this in the cO'Uiitr 'then than now and that he disapproves of the long term schools ing atirregalar intervals. The- Coming Saturday night and Sunday. and pesent fjs torn and Is so opposed Train Service en V oil, when, eiamtrted. by experts, MrskMpUie" Crawford and baby stop- to and out of Sympathy with them that W. - . Division. was ..foUnd ttrbu of excellent ped off from their trip to Loxing'torf to he absolutely. refuses to patronize them quality, similar to that in the; visit1 with herparonti, Mr, .anuAIrs. and .does jwV even, Lermlt his own request of "EailUfeldShould a good well Win. Hardwlck, She was a,witness ia ohlldreh toRttefid tho' pnblio schools Following-repentef-.- f 5a -ty Paying Weils in Estill induce Operators to try A. T. St'owa'rt was day on business1. Mr. J. W. Mize and family, of Hardwicks Creek, who have been sulTerine with the measles for some time, nro now improving and hope to be all out. again with in a short time. Mrs. Mize, who has been at the home of her daughter, Mrs. George Wiseman, at Akron, Ohio, has also been n anffcrer from the'same complaint. The family of Win. Mize hae afso broken ont with tho measles and several of his children nrc confined to tho house with them. One child of G. W. Bush is also qnr ill. While none, of the cases are serious they are causing considerable inconvenience to thi sufferers. Go to Sunday School, May 7. e Dan Strange sold to D. It. sow and 8 pigs for $45.00. Dan-iel'on- - - hug-ba- nd Miss Mattie Todd spent Sunday with Mrs. Ella Ohristopher. - It's "Grandpa Johnny" Mize now, riucp Mrs. George Wiseman presented her huehnnd with a handsome 12 pound boy on the 18th- Mrs. Mize has been with her daughter. Aran HW W: J acxaon who twenua arc inieregrea in no scaoois rvi will be only a.ehoYt rime until, sentence in the pen:-i' be forewarned not to passenger service" oveprhoWin-Cheste- r there will be several drilling out 'expect anything favorable towards our Irvine line'abour May fits at workjiHthe neighborhood. Continued on supplement page schools to appear iu tho columns of 15. The schedule is not comwhich wiia that paper. The drlllitfg outfit plete yet, but- the For instance, at Slade. struck a dry hole, and leases, has contracted for two the County Boardinofthe year receiv- Louisville e;irly intrain will leave Education the morning has been, moved to Pitta, in Es- wells to be sunk at an early date, ed 78.O0, only three out of tho 120 McRoli-erts- , county, where the owners but has not definitely decided paying a smaller sum,- and these three and go. riuht through to till another one leaving that have extensive holdings. It is a where lie will put them, and G. counties paid much more to their othpoint at i In- mime time for Louisdebatable question whether the E. McGuire, of Pnrkersburg, V. er trustees while. Powell paid nothing. ville. tho Board year bole at rjlade was deep etiough Va., who has large holdings here, In. the for services, part of which were for, a thorough test hb they ouly has also made arrangements for rendered during Now, botii went tojhe first, sand, and some two wells. of these amounts appear in the same Buys Property other on experts seemed to think that the book, one on page In tho Estill field there are page 197, and, just 01, and the have ono think! we oil would be found iu the Niaga- noW'UO wells, with more cooling John McRoberts bought from philanthropic as tiVcull iu our midst-ra sand about 200 feet deeper Seeley MtiPherson a house aud to. tho latter and criticize in every week undone interest than they wont. The copiiug in is very keen. . Three gas wells attention for that without even men- three tots in Mechanicsville. The the Board of another drill on some of the have also been struck there. The tioning the excellent showing the pre- price waff not made public. adjoining is awaited with eager- royalties are very high on some vious year. And yet, this is the same party who displays such headlines ness by the owners of the land. rif the good producers, and Je"e when referring to others as "Deal H. McClurkin,au Oklahoma McKinney is receiving over $100 Honestly''' and ''For Tho Sake of Fairoperator, who has been here for a day for royalties from the nine ness." Tho entire amount of school taxes the past two weeks taking up wells on his property. collected bv our Sheriff accordinff to his settlements recorded in tho Clerk's office for the three years ending 1915, --- ten-ye- ar countv'-slioul- fojBrlng Them Back. If pinna, now nnder way by a large uumbpr of towns and cities in Central Kentucky ma turo right, there will be a big celebration about the Fourth of Jul v. It is expected that Ohiy Ciiy will combine with the other towns in his locality in order to bring back for a few days some of those who left hero years auo, particularly as we are now coming into our own and expect to have work in this town for all the old citizens and many new oiiof before long. Iloine-Comin- g 1911-10- 12, - - 1012-10- 13, 1911-19- 12. e j; niLLINERY I have opened fa full line of millinery, in my storeroorr;,and invite you to. call is as follows : 1018, 12,375.45. 2,784.31, 1014, 2,712.64. 1015, Tho; levy as fixed by our Fiscal Court and inspect them, , Everything is nejy and a for school purposes for each of these throe years was 20o. on each 100.00 and 1.C0 poll tax. The above amounts represent tho entire amount or money derived from this levy. This ia nut an estimate, nor what It looks like it ought to bo, but Just what it produced upon the present levy. X Membkb ok THE UNIVERSAL CAR The largest shoe factory in the country makes less than one-fortieth of the entire shoe output, but the FORD MOTOR COMPANY builds half of all the automobiles made in America. This volume is necessary to up-to-dat- e. tiik County Bo4ru or Education. S. supply the demands of people who arc looking for Get Yours Today. economy at a low?cost Hats Trimmed and Dyed Come in early riook the stock oyer and make your selection. The prjcfcs aye rea-'.- ., sonsble. ' ; ( i. CoavMtlea SURtea. i Mrs, W- - 4oug$fc The Magisterial District Convention of i'owel) ounty will bo held at Stan-te- n on Saturday night, Apr. 23, and all Tho program day Sunday the 24rd. will be found eUewhero in this paper. Hev. Georgo Jopltn. the State General Secretary, whose headquarters are at ,Loylsvllle, will give the wain address oh Saturday night. Everybody Is oor-4iiavfted to attend tlil, tho Sun VteOwfl Convention of all the 1916 Touring Car 1916 Roadster Three These Prices (Five Passenger PasMngei .... F. O. . . . $440 $390 B. Detroit iiy A. T. Whitt, Clay City, Ky. Cars for Powell County. 4ittr4ha. - Dptributor of Ford ($ to Sunday .School, May f,- - 1: V'.. f 4 V f - THE TIMES. Doubled Power I w-- ., I0 lue . LrCflW ,ed irritntion ! r--k I A Democratic Newspaper Eighteen Years Old The Best Weekly in this Section. M. P. O'Mara Editor mail matEntered as second-clas- s ter at tho Post Ofllco at Clay City, updor tho Act of Congress of March 3. 1879. A HOME-MADE PAPER, THURSDAY, APR 20, '1910 ANNOUNCEMENT We are authorized to announce G. W. GOUBLEY, of Itcnttyvlllc, Ky., us n uundidate for Judgo of tho Court of Appeals for the Seventh Appohto Dis-rtiof Kentucky, subject to the action of the Republican pnrty at the primary election to be held August G, 11) 0. ct Fannie Hutchison itarrh Inter. Don't take the ehtuictn do something for your r lit I Tells Her Own ExpeChildren will not take every medriences In icine, but they wULtiike D.r. King's Line,, , New Difcovery and without bribing Ifor a moil or a woman to doub- or teasing. In if sweet pleasant Just le: liis or her strength is known Sar Syrup a no" so tffJjiv. to:e one of the hardest things laxative enough to .eliminate the Hut it waste poisons. Almost ih; (irst iu the "world to achieve. it is beii'g dose helps. is not impossible Alfa 8 prepared, no done every day and the rewards mixing or fussing. Just ask your and results attained make it druggist for Dr. King's New Discovery. worth while. It will safeguard your To double their strength means child against serious ailments remore thnn to double the capacity filling from colds. of people to do any certain thing. To double their strength means to give people a new vision of THE WINCHESTER BANK, life to give them new happiof Winchester, Ky. ness neft' interest and joy iu Capital Stock $100,000 living. Surplus and Undivided Tunlac made Miss Fannie Profits $200,000 Hutchison, of Clay City, feel N. Holly Withcrspoon, President. twice as strong ns ever before, , Cashier. and she therefore praises the W. It. Sphar Miss TOUR" ACCOUNT SOLICITED. great reconstructive tonic. MISS I Colds, lunnirig of nose, continu of the .mucous mem- if neclfoted nftiV iiifnn Ca Iirntie THERE IS Many a man who can't build d en coop in a week, who can eral air castles in a night !4 Dream good en-- but era-res- ults that . chickfinish sev- FINISH lh chicken coop make a count. the fellow who. makes a The fellow whe used to whisper sweet nothings to a girl now Has to sidestep neise like real money. The substitute for dreams is CASH start a Savings Account Clay City National Bank PAYS 3 PER CENT COMPOUND INTEREST Hutchison's account of her experiences is intensely interesting. ''I suffered from indigestion for several years," Miss Hutch-iso. The extent of tlit? oil industi-stated. "I suffered great in Powell county has been greatpain ufter eating, rtnd every bit liy niuri ly uuderestimsite.l 4f our citizens,..many of them think- of food I took meant misery to sleep, and was ing that ic whs uirelv a htibhlp me. I could not worn out. nil the time very that would soon lilnw up, but it aleeplesti. is now beginning -- to takrt deli-ni- nervous "My strength has been entire- shape and rlio .(eVelopmriU8 Tan- are increasing greatly in extent, lv restored through taking disapMy nervousness has For the past week or two man, lac. peared, and I, can "sleep soundly. operators have been here taking up leases on every available aiure- -j I feel twice as srong ,as ever be of laud, und it. is worthy of note fore iswnonied;-citi- p t mt most of tho leases contain ;t, "I believe there as !rondu8 Tanlac. " clause that calls for test wells to Tanlac, th,e .. ...t i. ...i.t,:.. .. . y rr!ni..iJiiSm,.fRy,iribtBira(f iif qiMi y .....i Euton GuiF?.strire fl -- whV-l- . isfuow producing Ja the neighborhood of 7 500 bar Tiulac may be obtaiued in rals a week, is believed by exStanton at Hurdwick & Co.; perts to extend wel.iuto Powell county uud hopes are hiizh that Bowon, Dy & King; Colleire we will be able to outrank our Hill, Gintor Bros.; Torrent, J. sinter county in production. Taylor Day; Irrine, Irvine Drug Samples taken from the Clark Co. wells tdiow that the oil is of quality and it will be defATTENTION initely known in the course of a URUaaiSTS-STORKEEPERS week or two just what the An exclusive Tanlac agent I are. In the meantime, oth wanted in every town, village and cross road In this county. er operators are preparing to sink tor particulars and advertising test wells in various sections of plans address Cooper Medicine the county, and although the Company, Dayton, Ohio. well at tilade has so far been dry, it is the intention of the drillers to go deep enough to strike what is known as the Niagra sand in some talk about a neighbor wo in the hope that a ilow will be man und that this talk had been absolutely untrue and had struck there. Here's hoping. brought a great deal of discredit Acto the woman mentioned. Our attention wan called not. tio ffl in fo'h'er religion the had to i; long ago to an action til court coitfess her sin to the priest and betweeti two parties in which one ask forgiveness, us well us doing sued for damages for slander penance. 'When it came to the growing out of statements made question of penance, the priest by one againet the other. The Said to her: "Your uttooemeut cubo grew out of some gossip for the kiii shall be in proportion started by one person and as ust to its enormity. Go to.yourhome ually the case with gossip it grew and take a feather pillow and and grew, until it finally reached curry it to the highest hill in the proportions, that wero alarming neighborhood ou a windy day threatened to destroy tho good and there scatter the feathars to names of several people. the wide world. On the next day Gofsip, in iteelf, is not only go back and start., to gather the useless but harmful and too often feathersiip again, und when y u has bad results, and one should have gathered them all your sin. think wejl before making state will be forgiven." ments concerning another's charGossip, particularly When diacter unless such statements are rected against a woman, spreads well founded and even then many like feathers in a wind and no things are better left unsaid.punishmont cn be too severe op A great deal of harm canine any one who wijfully destroys done by a little talk nud it is the the good name of a woman, .If hardest matter in the world to those doing it do not meet with repair tho damage done, It re this punishment in this world minds us of the. story o the wo- -, they surely wjl in tho next, mini who went to her priest undrTiiink tydco borore,you say any. confessed that she had d'urled t ling against another's character. u CLEANING I AND PRESSING. work Bloom STANTON Ktudent Admitted COLLEGE, KY. am ready to do your Clean Good irtg and Pressing. STANTON, at guaranteed able. and charges reason- Orders left with J. Any Time will receive prompt attention. te JAMES WILLIAMS. One of the Best Schools in Kentucky, Courses in Agriculture and Domestic Science. . . For Good Bartering Try - A. P. Johnson In the old stand, next to the Red River Hotel. Review Glasses in , the. Common Branches will be Conducted throughout the Term. Shampooing and Scalp Treatment 4. By paying part of their Expenses inWork, Students may ge Rates at the Dcrniilory as low per Week. 7-- - Master-Medici- it For Information1 Write fto . ' ' v I TREES. Fruit and Oruunicntul Rhubarb, trees. Rev. J. C. Hanley, President, Stanton, Ky. Shrubs, Qrupo Vines, EVERY Peonies, .Phlox, Roses, etc. Till NO FOIt ORCHARD, FREE CATALOGS & Sons. LAWN AND GARDEN. NO AGKNTS E H. F. Hillenmeyer Lexington Ky. pros-peut- WHEN YOU WANT A SHAVE OB HAIR OUT OR ANY' HUSBAND RESCUED DESPAIRING WIFE After Fear Years ef Discouragkg Coadkieos, Mrs. BaBeck Gave Up is Despair. Husband I had gotten so weak I could not stand, and f gave up jn despair. TONSORIAL WORK CALL ON H. H. PHERIGO. At last, my husband got me a bottle pi Cardul, the woman's tonic, and menced 1 com- taking it. From the very first helping me. I can now walk two miles without its Oood ForZoIds Catron, Ky. In an interesting letter tiring me, and am doing all my work." ILiuey, Pino Tar and G!ycerlno( from tills place, Airs. Bettie Bullock If you are all .run down from womanly In writes as follows : "1 suffered for four troubles, don't give up ia despair. Try are recognized cnlji remedies. v these Dr. Bell'H years, with womanly troubles, and during Cardul, the woman's tonic It has helped are combined with other cough this time, 1 could only sH up for a little more than a million women, In fts 50 xaedicino Jn a pjencai.t pvrup Dr, Hell's P!ne- - far Ilonev quickly while, and could not walk anywhere at years of continuous success, aad should Came to Rescue. dose, I could fell 4t.rwas Pine-I'ar-Honp- stops your cough, cheeks your eold coot lies irritation of the throat. Excellent for young, adult nnd aged. lis one of the best cough syrupy made. , Formula on over? You know just. what you bottle. are taking and your doctor knows its good for coughs and colds. In sist' rn Dr. Bell's PineTar-Hcnuy- . would have severe pains surely help you, too. Your druggist lias mW CareW for years. He knows what la my left side. The doctor was called la, and hte treat- it will do. Ask Mat. He will reco ment relieved me for a while, but I was msfldtt. Begla taking Cardul today. all. At times, 1 soon confined to my' bed again. After ttttttaothtag seemed to dp me any good. Alvltary Owt, VrUt tot Oijtftanwf Qutttiw.. AUJlelM Ca.7 Tenn.. for SjiiM UdU.' yniy zoo, at uruggists. -- Aa to Argument,' "E( argument could be 'depended od r - to settle everything, said Uncle Ebea ''all dar'd be to a baseball game U di 'cumIobs wit de umpire." DlverilfUd Enallih Agriculture, Agriculture la the primary, Indastr? In the' west ot Bagiend, where it ! notable fer Ite diversity, Dairying and cattle and sheep ralatag are carried or In. Somersetshire. The Cheddar cheese Industry is situated there. 5' Fire, LHe, LlfhtHhiB and Hall Ihsw-ae- e.t Real Estate ami iHswaRee. We are alee, agents fsr the and Sell Farm aod City I Ufa els Surety Cswpany ami are preProperty of all kinds. We have 8me pared ta da a gettsral ieftdJnp bust nice farms in Clark d adjotahg unties lor sale er rent. Write hs "ws. , what you want. , POWELL UACKSQN We write a'kJtMksf lNwrae. JaeC&n Sam W. Pswsjl A F0WELL I JACKSON Kki ef Writers sf all taafk, We-Bu- y v lavIK ' TBACYAMD Offtee, Mata TOJCCtX Ky. - QWee Ir Court Hbwss. Street, Wlwrimtsr, Wtnehestsr .Ksntua J? !' y T T T 'V t. t 1 : 'A r FARM MACHINERY We Sell Cultivators Oliver Chilled and Vulcan Plows Acifle and Champion Mowers and Rakes y y y y y fiornhill Wagons, f T 4 T T y T T T T -- 't T T T y T T T T T T T y J T t t T f t ? 4 '' - SJHIRi ilV&diKi Vl ' y Sis- ' X onlysanitsty Y,j "V of old tea I We ' y i sell fafin Machinery that saves yoUHime" ana money. Get our prices. J) jteIBmSm t( reservoir, ? j i,:,:1: V Our "il Stoves art inttinl'il to save those who" do the iMnkin many hot hours over u i:n:il ur wood stove. Why heat th whole house when you only want to limit the water in the kettle? See n? anil "jet- f f"9 j ; vi&ysa cable, t.sz- etcd lcCs . ,. :'. ;V:he,3run - I cjttecthcrl:V wise would i calehesosh. "N-- fall ( ud.a .. !!Pj-$iyit tf f E !r ; JW; KluoU tup, UCltlUlli and aides with' out turning. p.a fe, . (;s-- end ovclrfcsi c:',a3tll3vcl I VUs:, ri,.-w- ,:!'r :,;' ' !, ,s ' name, for ordinary o'.ccl V f y T :. . t tc:) cl NPNlil- rrrr. net AA ?ap) l.t ctc-.!ar-- t . T T held , v 54 5i ., !: , , to cisovoi . : . , s,u x U- , f ' !M7 Ccisat .ric con- aiiusiion of nftboV, o'rinucj.tofsthBr'with .. '" ritlau'o - .iJ Vv T..l;i ablo ironX'Jrf r.Vr.--- our prices. rlveUd-lijh- t esbciSosbcardlininaand joints, civs belt bdbing result! vnth Icait tuel. uakes tread practically !i:.j(no tdailci.c:i!iArne ai:t!-- ht .fi i i ' putty usrd). heat, bates fji co.' n.eteil pne ticr.ltyit tis'iit rndlhci' ntiytinht. Nopuity uitd, RjtlilM !cn! t.'fn, ,T i.ihj lue., results. re- - i. i'i all Ivinti to v It V y y y y y pa:t cxjei.?. We are sole agents for the Famous "PittsFence---Th- e We are sole agenls for burg" best wire fence made. THE MAJESTIC" RANGE needs-yo- u f V y I y y y y y y y y y y y y y y Let us supply all your will save money. SBCXvf ! y y y EATON & McWJRF ;CLAY CITV, KENTUCKY t t y y y y y I 3v F Y I y y X f I STANTON. (Continued from .First Page) Rev. J. T. Adams vii9 in Win cheater one day last week huy-ugoods for his store. PREACHING ON SUNDAY Christian Church, ltev. Cleo Morning Sermon : ing. Evening Sormon : Save? Coming Sunday. Purvis. Sowing and HeapWill M o r a 11 1 y A Little Child Shall Lead Them Meeting Closes The meeting at Rogers Chapul which was conducted by L. F. Martin, closed last Thursday six days of service. Bro. Mar- g NEWS illness. Mrs. Bottie Johnson run a nuil into her foot ti few days ago and is giving her some pain. Ilarvey Weils and Donald Bnliannn, left Wediift-dnninr mg for Detroit Michi in to "sjok -- M at Go to Sunday School, May 7. Epworth League Program BitKDAV, Am. 23, 1910. 0: 15, p.m. "Uncle Billy" Eaton is some-whbelter after a few days Mittt Madigau, Dej.ty Uevenue Collector, was here Tuesday and work. Rev. Win. Kirk of Uluj Uitj and Mr. Marcuin of Owsley (Jounty were in town this week. They have been holding meet iuys at Spout Springs. There will be u base ball game bet ween St.. Helens and Stain on nines and let every body get out and root for the Stanton boys. Tins is their iirst game of the season. Harvey Wells and Van Tipton who have been ut worke at. 0. returned home Sun day. They struck for lut;ner wages utid the company didn't see fit toucceed to their ilemamJu. Mid-dletow- Leader Mrs. .t. B. Knton. Opening I'rayer: Mr. Onmbill. Song. New Life In Christ. Scripture Heading: a) The New Life In Christ is condition cd on Death to Sin. Horn. 0:1-1- 1 Libia Burgher. b) Voluntary choico on nart of Indl vidual tt to whether lie will die to sin or not. Rom. 0: 12-- 14 Harry O'Rear, c) Contrast between the Dominion of Kighteousness and Dominion of Sin Kom. 0: S. Helen Vollmer. Song. Death to Sin : a) Value of Snnntariums, Mrs. Carr b) The Monastery, Mrs. Jordan . Justifiable Suieide, or Auto Itesur reotioti, Jus. Searles. The Reign or Righteousness, Alice Curley Eaton. Christ Jesus our Lord, Joe Mountz. Song. Closing Prayer, O. O. Eaton. 15-2- Wednesday. Mrs. Berrv, of West Bend, visited her daughter, Mrs. H. H. Pherigo, over Sunday. The Central Hotel is being improved by a coat. of paint, Charley Kussel doing the work. Little Helen Pherigo, who has visiting at Ashland for several days, came home Monday. Dr. Martin hag ureatly improv ed the appearance of the in tenor of Ins office by painting and papering. been Beryl Combs, little daughter of Jas. Combs of Mechiinntsville, who has been very sick for sev eral days, is reported a little bet- - A futher staried for his nflict' one morning, after a light fall of snow. Turning he saw his two. year.old boy endeavoring to put his tiny feet in his own great footprints. The little fellow shouted "Go on pupti, IVu coin-iright in your track " H e caught the little fellow in liM arms, eirried him to lit inn' her. uud agai;i Marled for the olli e. His habit had been' to stop at the saloon for a glass of liquor. As he stood in the door of it, he seemed to hear a sweet voice say "Go on, papa, I'se comin' right in your tracks," and he stopped, hesitated, looking the future .square in the face." "I can not afford to make any tracks I would beashamd for my boy o "walk in," he said, and turned away. n' iiT-l- er tin wuh assisted by Dr. HogeM and Ira Profit!, and 25 url(lii ionx ppppp T.ibv Anderson is doing some repair work for Prof. Hun ley this week. Did you ever see a day when Toby was idle if there wa& any job of work in sight und he is a good hand ut almost any- FatherTnother,. neighbor ; are your tracks true? Are the.y straight? Can you turn to my one walking behind you and say with a clean conscience: ''Follow me?" CALLOWAY'S GREEK. Rev. L. F. Martin. were made to the membership of Christian Endeavor 23. Sunday, Apr. the church. Mr, Martin will also conduct meetings in the near future ut Pine Grove in Clark county, and ut Mt. Olive and Monica, in Leu county.; thing. liiv. Mr. Gairison of Meadow Branch in Wolfe (Jounty has been liokliug several days meeting on Hal ton Creek. Bro. Garrison is a very tine man and the people were delighted with his spleudid erinuus. Highland Orphans' Home dr.'Tilford Abher has rented his home 'to Mrs. 'Asa Jones. Allie Hacker of Hazard brought They will break up house keep. iug for this year or until full ut Bonnie Gilbert to the Home last least and he uud his daughter Wednesday. Putsy will visit his daughter .The Superintendent attended Mrs. Emerine Estes in Garrard the meeting of Presbytery at County. Jackson last week. The Pastors' Aid Society, of Elmer Derieksou had u very close call with one of his eyes Winchester, remembered us with when u spark ignited Irom a a box of clothing and the George spark plug ut Kobt. Ewen'd mill town Presbytery with a check fur and blew out on to bis face bum $4.08. mg his fuce und hand pretty bad. Miss Barrickman und Miss Heil- He bad his baud over his eye bum of Lambrick, stopped winch is probably ull that saved oil between train. last week und it left a brother of the Corn well boys in the Home. Do not forget the Sunday School convention at Stanton Dr. WickhfTe and Dr. Penuel, cointneifciug on Saturday night assisted by Miss Donaldson and ami continuing all day Sunday. Mrs. Green, operated on 21 of Bro. Joplin of Louisville will the children for trachoma, last give the main' addresses. The Friday. The children are doing writer regrets that tt previous well. Mrs. Green remained over appointment in Lee County calls Saturday to help in carins: for him awuy. them. Dr. Pennel returns Wednca Miss.Bettie Boouo is quite sick day to look after them. Dr. Ir- with an ear trouble. Master vin was present during some of Paul Hanson is also very sick the operations. with the same trouble and has a high fever. Both are under Sage Reflection. the care of Dr. Jonnsou. Paul"EI ev'ybody got all he thought was ine Derthick has also been sick comin tq Ira, said Uncle Eben. with ear trouble this week but is "ev'ybo'dy'jL be de boss an' dai wouldn't bo no ono lef to do reg'lar about well again. Topic The Lessons of our Immortality. Enster Meeting Miss Roxie Akers Leader: Special Music and Singing. Everybody come. - " Don't Forget the hig Christian En deavor Convention at .Lexington, May 5th to 7th. Go to Sunday School, May 7. Read Eaton & MeGuire's page Pricie. Winbuni is on the sick ': ad. This enterprfsiii!' firm al list. ways carries a good line of the Nellie.Margison was the guest best farm implements and they of Mary Lucy witt, Monday. can fill your wants at the lowest Buford Powell isco ifined to his prices. , bed now vjth typhoid fever. SEED FOR SALE. A few bushels potatoes; at 00' y K, cents u bushel. Dogs killed two sheep forjudge Also a; fewbushels of New Era K. Nujund SaturdayMright. of measles yiidjthTUSuljfb! 4J. pea sSyVCJ-SMize, Vaughns "Mrs. ?W Hi iV&te nftnu a?v is? MiIiMMt?' "fenre". There f Mho mhui smallpox in that foWn mid ; at it r ner auntjvirs. rveoeccu nies Tuesday. tendance at school bad none down from about 2 50. Sophia Benton was the guest of Lizzie Masters from Saturday s Lee MoPhersnn snld'a till Sunday. ago to M. C. Wilson fen caws, Kobt. Witt, and Rout. Margison three canners at 4 cents and the attended Sunday School at Sand others at 5i. He u,lsn took Hill, Sunday. 21 head to Mt. Sterling Monday Lizzie Masters was the guest of and disposed of theni without her sister. Mrs. Willis Williams, trouble although the niirket was very slow. Lee is some hustler Monday night. in the cattle business and handThouins& Pearson of Madison les a lot. of mountain cifftle every county werb in this vicinity last A safe, oM fcijc-. year. He is about as well known week buying hogs. in all the mountain counties as Rev. W. P. Fryman filled his ' le is at home. cos :us i' I'f i4ii-.- . V f regular appointment at Dry r.tr:.'arj.rv .. . Ridge, Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Gibson ft! 1j ins Ulu iLt v Mrs. Nnnnie Wurford of Rich and Mrs. L. P. Brown, of Chicago, mond, returned home Saturday, who have been visiting Mrs. (Wy , rcj ha Uh4 mj-.tn )m3 u Anna French and other relatives after a three weeks visit with rel in dicKii f.i vroH lore for several days, loft Thurs atives at this place. E. (SL S. FRSY, day morning, for their homes. tArrificitu. y.o. Mrs. Gibson's father, Ehenezer Go to Sunday School, May 7. Wilder, was the first nail cutter here when the old for-- e was mil-niabout eighty years ago. In IJRV without carbon those days all the noils were 111 Irvine PubliuJJ;1Htol clndlast we.k rtwing to airevajenci of choice seed 'few-day- . ! I- - n made by hand, and a nail cutter was a skilled mechanic whose services were always, in great 1 Y demand. 1 Hnuloy, 0 It. Ritchie and Neal Hanson were in Lexington lust Saturday. They took their ' limo coming home not getting here lilP 2.10 Sunday morning. A fritjght wreck between. Gordeuton uud Indian fields dejavod them live Sunday School just step twelve hours. down to the 'Powells Vnlloy RECIPE rOK CRAY HAIR. Mr. F. O. Wills of Hugely n is church, some Sunday afternoon. To half pint of water add 1 ox. Bar talking of making the race for The writer was there !ust Sun-da- Rum. a small box of Barbo Compound, aad U ox. of clyoertae. Apoly1 to Uie hair sheriff. Mr. Wills Is one of and found a large crowd twice a week until it beoomea the desired hade. Any druggist can put thU up or Powell County's leading farmer present and Breat interest being you can mix it at horn at very llltl cott. und citizen and should make us taken. And by the way they Pull directionor for making aad.uao come eacb Barbo Coaapouad. It will u splendid sheriff. He uud Kobt. have some fine tdnn'ng thorp. laraduatlytxx darkeo atreaked, faded gray hair, asd remove daadruK. It U Coulee will inuku n hard fight We also attended church at Vir for falMsg half aad IU Btako harab tor i ho place should (hey boll), deu where Bro. Lowury of Win hair aoft and sieuy. It will set aoter the aeaip, U sot atleky or craaaf, asd doea not e r i'i thuy-f- j ah trw strong men Chester pleached a line sermon. rub Kev. , y exeel-last i- J. 0. Keep a Memorandum. Keep a little notebook on your li brary abelt It you are lu the habit ol lending your books to your friends. Blunk-'decd- s for sale at The nave It alphabetically arranged and every tlmo you lend a book, put down Times office, 5 cents each. the name of the friend to whom you gave it, together with the title of the book. It la only a matter of a minin the enmity. ute to do this and eaves lota of time and worry If you want to visit a good lug books. over trying to locate mlis work." 1 1 irM, krJ ell. jou t or Tiermejunt eUrac. Prlte of oil in bet Ituuuuiee 3. Lnla Cruuj. A thin, hlsh Are W t nil wlilch le frtclr. Positively free from earhon. On votir Auta ON is 111 f ill flnt Durchese of one Lbl of Ko nbb rHBBonoMKal. ttcel bnrirl with fepcot. Una to ute by A Mrfeetollfor either water-onlfdputomoblkai. MftefromfineatPcnr.sirl. rK Cm , .,4DBrrki!e3. fft cyaeafflsr- -- rJztZ;, it witi' J' ei!Je far fie.'le e!Mi. i i Cm ' I . ... u -- ' " i.i?rt;.r', Inttru'edlato and Ufa U tU&j I Htff&i "KV'ft FtHH. iPtvl lui" ; '' -- itj : ).(..'. . tMi.UIIILU rilllllUtjCllOOMOI AB 14 nuu I.fVlew Coaro, Tu 4W0 '""'nllil riorinltorles, new l.nt'? nmtiiial trunina bullillng. praeU trjp'..u oa'iniitiirc. n wen equipped i'rv L. r t . - (.,. ,1 Tnr.,1 r...r..r..l... in TI.I.I 'If.. e. " , . ' ' r. Hardwick & . i- - Co. .v Mens' and Boys' Suits and boys to be getting that spring suit. Before making the purchase we invite you to call and see our lines, if you are lookclothing and for the place where ing for you can get the lowest prices. We handle Hart Schaffner &z Nftarx and also "The Matchless Brand" clothing. The styles this spring are unIt is time for you men up-to-date t .,,rc;iiiwn(i v-- ..5 XL" Cuorht IUrt Scbillaw ((Mia usually pretty- - and we have them in prices to suit all. Beside the large stock of clothing we have on hand, we have Hart Schaffner & Marx full line of sample swatches, so can get for you any suit you may want from that great and popular line. We have the new things in boys short pants suits too, as well as the staple blues, grays etc. And see our mens and boys hats in Stetson and "Astor Brand," summer hats and caps in palm beach cloth and other light weights, arrow Brand shirts and collars, neckwear, silk and cotton half hose, shoes oxfords and anything you want. We also invite every one to call and see our Spring and Summer goods in all other lines, if goods of high quality and low new, prices mean anything to you. up-to-date Hardwick & Co. aaa CORN MEAL Back to the Farm Let, e STANTON, KENTUCKY BIG ROCK LETS GO. A hugh boulder said to be about 20 feet square 10 to li feel in thickness let go itn hold near tho top of the mountain and tumbled into the river just below Devil's hollow early Wednesday morning. It broke down tree6 a if they had been cornstalks, and and its path down the hill can le plainly seen from several, points in town. A wagon and team belonging to L. B. Reed had missed the road where the rock crossed about two minutes before it broke loose, and another team belonging to Olilf Turner was only a short distant above on its way down the river. Licking Valley Courier. Old Papers for Sale Times Office. I the young man about towu ineal in Eastern Kentucky. My who is out of work, quit bo much talking and try n year meal is all ground in a water-i hard-timon the farm. Plowing will give mill' Try it once and you tvill always use it. For sale in. Clay him a new constitution, take the L kinks outof his head, the fog out City by T. J. KIRK, C. and HENRY WAL- - of his throat, tho gas oil his $tomach, tho weariness out of his DRON, legs, the corns off his toes, and GEO .P. BURKE, give him a good appetite, nn Resslyn, Ky. houest living and 'a sight of Heaven. The Moss Poiut(Mi6s.) Advertiser. Clay Gty Construction Co. I manuiactur'e the best corn SHI-FESSE- Clay Contracting City, Brick Ky. Layers.--N- IS" , Patrick at Neon and dislocated one of his philangos. Mountain too small. Eagle, job too large-Ne- ne Now if our contemporary Estimates Furnished wanted to use modical terms, instead of plain English, why Satisfaction Guaranteed didn't they spoil phalanges right. 0 I'Uto Wo were undecided whether-thaccident had happened to the Thp Ache of Howe CBiflS Uior8o or the man until wo looked The pa,ia and soreness caused by, lit up. in the. dictionary and had and strain a hard time (Jading it. until we bruises, ing durjng house gleaning time are Owing to the misspelling, 'and Hootfiedaway by Sloan's Liniment. found that phalanges means one No need to suffer this agony, Just of the small bones of the finger apply Siom's Linimeuf to th sore or toes. So, unless the horse spots, rub onty.a little. In a Jhort was .one ot those ancient animals r timu the pain leaves, you rest coin;, that sported throe toes, the himself was the injured One, onjoy a refreshing fortably and. One grateful user; Htltfo hut we doi't. know yet whether, sleep. ' 'loaa'a Lnmient ja worth Hs it was a finger or a toe, that- was eepabptUa. dislocated. weight in.goldVV on hant, use it against all Soreness' Neuralgia and bruise. Kill spaln Life's tnequalltlo. -' Se,at ' eur brTigglit". Life has many lseqvllj(eesTbe Ptc? v ceto player,1 wbe sever ' :' bh Idle o over-exertio- clay ho saw what seemed a small He gouged it nut of its coin. long resting place, and it was a The Day Lumber Company coin a copper half cent with the mill started up Monday, after a 18 stars and other regulation rest of several weeks. They marks and words of old time U. ' A ...nnln nF - f. S. money, and it was dated 1834. in the booms and expect to have The Old Furnace was making a pretty good, run this time. finest- pig iron then, and the Red Owing to their inability to get Kiver Forge, located right here, timber tho mill has been ible a was hammring it into tools and greater parfof the year. Beatty-vill- e bolts and nails. It was tho days Euterpriae. when the German workers came, skilled then as now, whose dePills Best for Liver scendants are anloug our best and Because they contain tho best thriftiest people.. And snmo one KJf 1!..! l: of them was it a Mountz, Shim-fessor Utnter? lost that little su- ter or nauseating for the b veet Dr. pieco of monoy that stayed foi car coatinc hides the taste. King's Now Lifo Pills contain in- more than eighty years under gredients that put the liver work-iu- John Gaylord's- vanished poke No putchj move the bowels freely. gripe, no nausea, aid digestion. Just try a bottle of Dr. King's Advertise in The Times. New Life Pills and notice how much better you fuel. 25o at drug, gists. Mill Starts I I .."-- I.. - g, - at The n Half Cent of i834 : - " OM 'Eaters fw The other day John Gaylord, the Pearsite blacksmith, wasver about, tho chalybeate spring opposite Meohanicsville, probably In looking for "poke sallet," the course of his looking, he came to a place where (ho recent high water, swirling around a big log jamb; had washed off" a great sheet of deep, rich soil for de. posjt on Horace Orabtree.s place further down, and he saw there roots-rt- ho whole we wagi'M the bam trace of poke gi le at The druBnerwbe leafa twethlrd ot the' bloqining sallet patclrwas gone frnd' in the, hard, unwashedtoff (loo-to. i tht bm-M-t, .. THORNHILL WAGONS Are Sold in Powell County by EATON & McGUIRE ' 'Clay City, Kentucky v. V .V '. " J- Commissioner's Sale. l'nuik iwkix ciucurr coukt. II. h'lissoll, IMIT.1 Uow t .Tnnies M. Lane, Drt. I In Equity Ity virtue of u judgement nnd order faille of the Powell Circuit Court, ?r Don't forget the. Ice Cream Mcrritt is a mighty fine Supper at the (Jassidy building young man, nnd wo hate to see him leave our town'; but ve unFriday night. derstand there is an attraction Miss, Kate Daniel left Tuesday there that even the charming for Richmond to spend a .few young ladies town could days with relatives there. not outshine. Luck to you, old of-thi- s - Miss Kitty Jlisle, of Richmond, Dr. V. C. Martin wits in Lex spent a few days with the faijjily ingtmi Moudnv on professional of W. M. Motintz and other reousiness. latives here. : D. Clay Ilobbs, of Sf. Helens Mrs. W. J. Mountz has opened. was hero lust Thursday, the guest a.millinery establishment in her of Miss Ethel Johnson. store room on Main street, and Postmaster Patrick, of Kim has a splendid showing' of tho broil, wan a pleasant caller at newest creations in ladies' hats. The Times office last Saturday. D.ivid Kirtloy, who .lias been T. J. Kirk and 0. Shjinfe'sse attending 'Highland College at were in Lexington Friday buying Guerrant for some time, was in goods in preparation for tho sum town Monday and paid lis a pleas, ant. call. David will work for titer trade. the L.& N. for the next three months on a bridge construction Mrs. Jep Smyth, in Mechanic gange. ville, is slowly gottiug better af ter a week of serious suffering The Lexington Leader has Dr. Martin attended her. started the publication of a sup Prankiin Mnrgisnn, who recent, plementary page to their regu ly disposed of his nods business lar Thursday edition, which will at Irvine, hits accepted a position be called the Kentucky Farmer on the road fur a Mt. Sterling and Stockman. The Leader will devote considerable, space to house. this department and 'heir first Grandma Cox was seriously ill issue which came out laf week, for several days !utt week, but contained tt lot of valuable in she is now nble to be about again formation for fttrmerVanil stock though very feeble, being about men. eiuhty four years of age. Dave Suotvden, of Spout A car of lumber which was de Spring, was in the other day to r.iiled and thrown across the renew his subscription, and in tJinf'he wassbip'pjng track Saturday, formed 120 head ot hfcnsJ'to t ht-- ' market caused a deiiiy ill .truflieof several h mrs, the train due here at 3 80 with the object' in view of im his breed of chickens. u .t arriving until 2 u. th., Sunday; proving lias secured a couple oi pure lie Bay less King- dropped nitotown bred males and will have a numJ.utiikk Stephens, u few days ago after a stay of ber of goo.1 hens this summer in Master Commissioner, some months in Owen and Frank- the hope of raising some good vmt. of Sale and Costa: .'47.81. lin counties. Bayless says the stock. 11 10. Advertising Fee photo business is pretty good ev ery where and that he is kept btisv At the adjourned iiieetim: of all the time. me low n uoani r.ie commissioner's Sale reported tho receipt of a check Drs L'Hikhart & Goodwin, from the county for $2o0;00, this Powri.i. Uinpcrr Cobiit. dentists, of Campion, have lens Hieing the county Vi share in the Plff. f Notice of Sarah Blackburn, ed the building' of Mrs. Jennie building of the bridge, which was v. Sale Cyntha Ann Litciis, Deft I In Kquity Russell, next to the Central paid by the town at the time and By virtue of a judgement and order and will occupy it abutit May for which a w.nrrant was issued of sale of the Powell Circuit Court, 1st. Those wantum dental work some year ago. riio interest. rendered at tho March Term, 1010, done should call and see them as amounting to $58.60, will If ul- thereof in the ubove cause, tho under15-- 3t lowed at the meeting of the Fis signed will on the 1st day of May, 1010, soon us they are located. one o'clock p.m. or thereabout, at cal Court Friday. , Mre. 0. J. , Derickson, who (being court day) proceed to offer for Hale ut Public Auction to tho highest formerly lived here, but who h is bidder, on a crflllt of six months, at been making her home iii Lex e the door in Stanton, Ky. with, her daughter for the property mentioned in tho Judge- ingtoii I'll public is berby warned loine tiniewas here Saturday, ment, to wit: Tract or parcel of land Mrs. C. M. itumlielii, ot'Coluni- - that all my land is posted umi in the town of Stanton, Pow-l- l situated county, Kentucky, and described us bus, Ohio, is visiting Iter sister, trespnfsers will be prosecuted, ' Mrs FJV W. Williams follows, to wit: Mrs. Asa Burgher, for a few Bounded on tho East by the road 1 days. loading from Stanton to llatton creek; O. L. Daniel, w ho lecenlly Wait on the North by the lot of Mary MorHill Congletnn, uno of Lee ed business in the old Ware ton, and on the South und West by the stand lands of Sarah Blackburn, containing county's best business men, was oti Mule Ilanlwicks creek, wns one house and lot. lore a few days uiro. on business. in town a few days ngo and reOr millleient thereof to produce hvrT ., ,.i . .. - ill. villf,iui nil f il 1'3 II ports that business has been $119.87, m ordered to be made. Ht willow, in Lee plemlid .with him since he start The purchaser will be required to stone quarry give bond, with approved security, for county, and was making arrange- ed tip. List week he shipped o the payment of the purchase money, nietits to ship tho Pearsite Com Winchester wholesalo firm 20 to have the force nnd effect of u re- pany one hundred curs of crushcases of eggs "which he obtained plevy bond, beariug legal Interest from ed rock to be used in concrete in a few d.tysj. On Inst Saturday the day of Dale, according to law. work on the buildings the Cum, alone he bought 210 dozen which Bidders will be prepared to complj pany will erect here. A Hen will bo rewith theso terms. is u considerable quantity for--. tained, on the hum sold tljf all the pur7small store to IkuhIIh, thin show-lu- g chase money Is paid. Bond payable to lit a letter received a few duvs that he has lho coiiliiem.o of Miibtcr Comms;s!oiior. nzu from. J. O. Wills, of lions! vn, the pooplo in his neighborhood. LuTiiKit Stkphe.vs, liHsayn: ;w.ctii't get along Jiikq is a good business nun and Master Commissioner without The Time," and eticlns-e- is sure to make good. A nit, wliovoj U0.U7 a oji.eek fur liisvrenewal. Wu Advetislng J'co 7.20 receive tunny mu-I- i letters nnd Merrill GantbiII,'who has been were we to publish all employed forrsotno tltjio at- tho Uncle Eben. "When a man tells you what he we would have little room left Penrite Works n a,inneJiiiilBt, would do It he wub somboily else," ( I ut we cor- - lt;f anything ele. B Saturday for his home at".inly PPrlir.Ua aj.word. of Gunnel i)Ux, whjtre li$ h'ti's aeciir- as lectin' to accomplish as ought to, Jcs' by bcln' nls own self, ciii'iinn : Jed ifgoial posttitiil in thu.O, & li e, nt the March Torni, thereof; hi the nbovc causo, tho under signed will on the 1st day of May, 1010-at- . one o'clock r.si., or thereabout' being Court Day), I will ns Muster Cfltnniljulonor proceed to offer for sale it Public Auction to tho highest bidder, on n credit of 0 months, at the court-hous- e door In Stanton, Ky., tho property mentioned in tho judgement, to wit: A tract or parcel of land lying on the mountain between Peeks creek and Cat creek, nnd in Powell county, and described by survey ns follows : Buginninf at an irouwood nt base of limestone cliff, tho same being n cor tier to James S. Crowe and Isaac Lowe; thence a straight line passing over the cliff and to top of same and with the lino of said Lowe; ,thenco leaving. Lowe's lino nnd with the center of ridge and road, said ridgo being known as Crowe Ridge, to a pine on north side of said roud nnd nbout oO ynrds east jf point of sandstone cliff; thenco N. and Woourse parsing over the said sand stono cliff nnd continuing withi the center of ridge, something more of a North course to the point or end of said ridge; thence a Mraight line to a pine ut top of limestone clilT; thence with the top of limestone cliff a North course to where the four mile circle crosses same; thence with aid' circle line crossing the ridge to the limestone cliff and line of said Lane about a South course to a sugar-trecorner to siiid ; thence with Lane's former bound-trtop of 8:iid limestone cliff nnd with the line of Isaac Lowe to the point of beginning, containing 76 an res, more or less. ' Or sufficient thereof to produce 247.81, so ordered to be made. , lho purchaser will lie required to give bond, with approved security, for the payincift of the purchase money, . to. have the force and effect of a. Re plevy Isonu, bearing Ieg'U Interest from the day of sale, according to' law. . Bidders will he prepared to comply A h'in will be re with thes i terms. trained on the land sold till all the pin- chase money is paid. Bond payable to Master Commissioner, riMith-roi- l Gran. Hackworth has been summoned for the Federal Grand Mr. and Mrs. D. II. Daniel at feuded court ut Mt. Sterling Jury at Itichmond, which convenes nexr Monday. Monday. Go to Sunday School, Mny 7. he would lose tho sjght of one eyc( but ho went to Jackson for treatment and it is hoped that his'sight can bo saved. "Uncle John" Tipton of Bow-evisited his daughter, Mrs. J. A. Bowen, here last week, but boy he declined to tell us this time how old ho is now as he ea'ys to D. 11. Daniel caught a fine turthis writer, by putting his'age in tle a few 'days ago and says it the paper once before, broke oil was the best lie lias had for years. u very promising ifourtship and As the other m umber? of his he won't take nny more chances. .family had told him nt different Farmers are preparing to plant times that they .didn't like turtle, Day put Sue over on them by their crops. We hope every farpreparing it for the table himself mer in Powell county will plant and passing it off as catfish. He more than he needs for personal says that to judge from t tie wny use so wo can supply ,tho needs they disposed of it ho will be of the many new comers into the quite safe iti letting the next tur- county. And then, too, when tle he is lucky enough to catc.li .wo get those g'ood pikes we can go to the table under its. own load up our wagons or automobiles with garden truck and take name it to tho cities and realize some SLADE. money on our labor, n, -- r. ! " The oil drilling outfit will leave here this week. They wont down 835 teet on Mr. Cohgleton's farm H. S. McKnabb and Hiram Miller lost a milch cow Inst week. and found gas and oil, but apparently not enough to justify them Os Palmer, of North Fork, wa6 going deeper, although tho genhere Saturday nnd sold Stephen eral impression here was that; If Brewer a milch cow. they had gone down to the Niag(4 jo. Sewell, of Jackson, was ara sand they would have struck here Friday looking after the in- a good flow, If is hoped, that terests of the K. U. Land Co. some of the others holding leases in this neighborhood will try Miss Maudie Bowen, teacher in We are jorryto see their luck. the Clay City school, visited her the people who had this outfit parents over Saturday and Sunday liern leave ns they were fine Everybody invited to attend Christian people and a credit to Sunday School next Sunday morn- any community, lbey will drill ing at fl o'clock, and help make next near Pitts in Eetill county. the meetng a good one. Go to Sunday School, May 7. -- near-Gordento- ii Advertising in Tho Times w'U Ed Hale wns painfully injured by being struck in the eye with. fray yotu It you don't believe It a briar and it was jej ns convince you by a trial. ht-firtli-jir- .t - King Emerald Chief 4396 . .... ' in-.i-ur- Ho-te- l, King Emerald Chief will make the .ensuing season at the stable of J. G. Patrick, near Stanton" College, at the low price of TEN DOLLARS to insure a living colt. King Emerald is a son of Emerald Chief, of World's Fair fame. He stands 6 hands and is a beauty. "Why send your mares to Clark or Montgomery when you have a horse at home second to none in Kentucky? He is a half brother to Emerald Bell, that sold for $ 250, and this amount was awarded Mr. Patrick for the mare By a Powell county jury and also by the Court of Appeals. He is also a half brother to Viola Allen, one of the beauties 'of the world, and sold for $1750' old. There is no better breeding horse in Kentucky, as a four-ye1 1 ar as his colts show. We also have a fine JACK, which will make the season at the same place at the fee of $8.00 Tojnsnrea Living Colt. POSTED court-hous- J. C. Pati iek, Stanton Ky. ffi -- l . A Square DeaL We aim to 1 1 - treat our customers in the best possible manner and to give them a square deal. a Our Stock s olean and fresh, afad o.ur prices are 1 s right. Give, us a trial, of-ilie- - - Henry WALTERSVILLE, aldrpn KENTUCKY aZ,t?rJ"r. fr. - 7