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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): April 27, 1916 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1916 cla1916042701_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 27, 1916 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1916 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Mrglw JB 0 f CITY TIME S We are Here te Help Clay City, the Surrounding Country and Ourselves. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. M.P. O'MARA, E&rf . VOL. xxi. GLAT OITY, K.Y., THURSDAY APRIL 27, 1916. StANT ON. (By P. 0. DcrtKck.) ;lioy Snciielbri, iifriaMJfaU- More About the Schools I noticed nhd re- Oil Business Fiscal Court Meets The Fiscal To Organize .(Joy Watson ImVe turned homev Day ton,-- Ohio, where 'he has quit school and Wllard will leave &$oifiibn wa(tbg for him. ;Mrst Glctirnbre Daniel is quite sick with tondlitiis at the home of her sister-in law, Mrs. Lfda Daniel. Misses Julia Evans, and Margaret Lylo went with Prof, Ritchie to Nada Sunday for, special Easter exorcises. went to Clay City Miss Vlicre she assisted Pruf.RarTson and ljcv, J. 0.(Hanley Jn exercises. Mrs, Kate iJohannan and Mrs. J. O. Mnn.l..;t lia totn WA imnflnn- f ,1 Attrition meetinc nt Louisville Daisy-Johnson Ti- l- '' and no hope held out for his recovery. lii. W. 'fhomas of Winchester visited with Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Adams, over Saturday and Sunday. The Iitio eight months old son of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. T. Adams, who has been sick forfour weeks, Is Improving J.T.Adams made a business trip to Winchester, Monday. Wnu F. Adams, now In Dotroit, says he Is very anxious tagetbaek home, dnd. in a letter to his jiarenfg says ho will be" here May 6th. The Sunday School Convention hed last Saturday and Sunday was a great body enjoyed It.- Rev, .success Geo. joplin', of Louisville gave sottio fiuW addressesrtlie. on erfthe The JJoy and-cvery - M, A. Phillips while .'and found Mr. Phillips very low W Mrs! there -- beinR;fcsjiiiefa'Uyllne;, , trip up, 'through' The.'wrHe'rmaae Wolfe., Lee. Owsley and Breathitt In Adaircounty the numberot pupils counties, six days if this past week within the school ago, over ten years and heneo has not hud a chance to old, and unable to. read and write, gather In (he news for The Times. Bnt was 179. .for several Items sent m by Airs, wary Avftrage monthly salary of teachers Adams, wo would have almost had to waif v go on n strike for hl issue. fri Powell county, 33.7S. 35.45. Sunday School day. In Adair county, May 7 is state aro The total amount paid all trustees, in it recent issue of another paper published in this county, among other things referring to school affairs, a comparative statement designated by the writer as "Adair County vs. Powell County .which comparison, as well as Let various othor statements in the same Work Will Issue, was evidently intended as a re Now flection' upon the good people Iri Powell county and especially upon every teacher, trustee, member of the Board The magnitude of the oil in of Education, and all who are- spend ing their time nnd energy in trying to drisfry in Powell county ib being upbuild the cause of education in the overlooked by muuy people, even county. our owli comity, lew seeming The purported statements, are sup in to realise theTextrint- !' the oper posed to come front the School Reports for published at Frankfort, and I looked atmiiH beiim' cirrifii out about and finally located one of them several weeks' past there has beeu and In it we And that our good county moro or less 'excitement in the ranks nhnyw thf-- , nvprngp,; nbtwith- - eountv owni" to lie met runt standing the foot that its assessed vuK operators and speculators have uation according to the report of the County Assessors of the State, is the beeu grabbing every acre ot land smallest of any in the State. Although they could pos9ibly lease tor tlie Adair county is a rich county much Duroose of drilling. As usual larger than Powejl, and has several the first one's on the grmiuil i;ot timeB the assessed, valuation of Powell, picKiu" many people, we are able to make the following com the easy trying up their land for u term parisons and will call it ot e.fm out lie assurance ll'itt it POWELL-Cvs. ADAIR-C- O. The per cent of enrollment based on would be drilled uu ii u eiirly date. Later, however, wiien Hie census returns is - - 80, prospecls seemed brighter for the In Powell county In Ada i r county - - - - 80. striking of some good wells, those In PowelKcounty there were only wanting leases Kad u lake them 300 pupil within the school age who fur shorter tertlisi uav more lor were not enrolled in any school. In Adnir county thor'o were. J ,000 pu- them, aud insert in the eouiraci pils within the school age who were the date bv v Inch a drill wouiu be iu operatluii.o.n the pripert. not enrolled in any school. pu Dunns the uast,few weeKsever- In.Powcll county pils within W .ffeases' llia(tt been recorded ..i..r..,rr,r...u-i.- :. y ekr' eld', 'JSSmS?ii''iSSiif!fif .n " Being Pushed By Operators pushed Contracts and for Drilling Be - T O. th'esccla1j'yHcr wuicn can v7 lorjijuims. "hcjbi urging everybody to attend Sunday School.oii 'bat day. Gover-uo- r Stanleyjihns issued a prnclu. mat-iosetting apart this day us the one day or the year when everybody should go to some School. Day lius become an annual affair in the state of Keutifcky. The first one was held in 1014 'when th attendance was in creased 'from J00,000 to.OQO and in 1915 tlie goal was set atone million and it was reached. Think of onq million people in Sunday School in Kentucky. It would to fine if w could have that many every Sunday in the . year and we would if they would uft continue to pi. Stanton and Clay Oity cliallatiged each other Sunday Tht papers all over the (Included in Powell valuation is the $20,000.00 school building nt Standon. - Bianeu wiuiiu fnim iliirtv to ninety days,- - w'ltli heavy penalties attached for an further delays, and it wiil be definitely known within three months whether Jfowell delays it. nnl oil field or merely- a false alarin. The fact, however, that some of the biggest operators in was In Powell county, $ 78.00, the United States are willing to 400.05. In Adair county, buy leases and contract for wells The total valuation ofnll.school prop to be suuk at once, seems indicate erty in Powell county, $30,0b0. in their The total valuation of all school prop thuf there is little doubt minds as to ihe value of the 10,200. erty in Adair county, f - iu oe was t ahas been stated that the- amount 30,(XX, outside or that, but any ld es school boy,- - even though he read it in the Bible, would know in Powell that the 33 school-housContinued on supplement pago last year as to who should h'tve tho largest attendance and Olay Oity beat us, but we are going to try and beat them this year Creek. without issuing a challenge. We Among the prominent oil men can do it if everybody in Stanton who have been herd recently was will come. James II. Muthers, of Ardmore, Oklahoma, the biggest oil town in the 'country. Mr. and Mrs. Mathers, came here to have jt look oyer tho country, and before leaving ou Saturday Mr. Mathers contracted for two wells to be sunk on leases he has secured here. It u ne opened a fine new stock of Senator It. A. Beatty' of Bowl jrXLLWJSJir and NOTIONS, and. ing Green, O., was also here, and to cqlland .te.o them; will sink hia first tost well on if on are invited tlio Adams farm, just west of Hats Trimmed and Dyed parties town. Several other were also here, whoso names wo field. Already1 work is progressng ou the Ulark farm, B. A. Bonniville having a rig in opera tion there, and another well has beeu contracted on the same farm by J. H. McUlurkin, who Iiiir leased 150 acres from Mr. Clark. Other wells will be sunk ,n thft Emma Motiutz farm and within a short the Adams-farand also near Stanton, on time, and MorriB Hatchers, Creek well, tho best, perhaps, .being ml State, jointly, to tliecotiiit survey the roads to be worked on Jesse Lee Duncan, whose good down the house. and estimate the cost of the wtirif broughtshow will be put the s.ime on work. tit Snm in college Friday, May 3, Other routine business, snch and a good crowd Hlmuld turn i, hs tneallowiim of claims, ete. there. wup transacted by the court and the Sheriff's settlement whb Candidates- a report of which will be Amount: those whntu w published shortly ns required by heard mentioned as possible law. didates for Various county ofu That there- - wmhet" de- - at- the election next year tire t. nvtna" fur The county' rnxdJlnnds following For 8lieriff, RohH a soon as thev me issued, wsiq Coulee, R. L. Shimfessel, Squire' videnced hv the presence at the Welch, F. O. Wills, Ben d eourt meet in:1 of Mr. G. V. Cas and F. G. Powell, all on the tle, representing n Cincinnati Democrat i ticket, and J. G. firm, who wished to buy the en- - Rogers on the Republican tickei. tire issue of bond- - .luiL'eKnnx In the county Judge's race seven I has also had requests from other names have also been mentioned, firms for information concerning among them being H. G. Crab-tre- e, the bond issue. D. R; Danield, J, S. Ewen The court adjourned until Apr. and Will Allen. From rhis 27th, at which tune a report will number of candidates for the be heard from Judge Knox- nnd most important offices in the Mr. Atkinson, and the next 'step county we can surely pick a taken on the loud work. couple of good ones a com-pleted, thealliog of bids. They will he offered in sum lots, to enable local men to purchase them and lieu the entire issue will bo offered as a hole, and best price offered will be accepted. Judjie Knox and Atty. Jno. D. Atkinson will nlso go to Frank-foto see Stnta Road Commis- sinner Terrell, nnd obtain such information from him ns may be of benelit to the county in the building of the roads. An en gineer will also be engaged by 11 Court continued their adjourned meeting nt St in A Sunday school will be ton Friday and Saturday, mid the at Pompey on the coining road bond question was thorough Sunday by Buford Estes, of ly gone into by that body. After Hardwick's Creek, in order to a deal of discussion it was decid- accomodate people living in that ed that Judge Rnox bo appoint- neighborhood who desires to ated a commissioner to handle tho tend a Sunday school, but find it sale of bonds, and they will be inconvenient to cet to any of the issued jlsorfl when required, others. There was no class at either by public auction ir by Pompey during the past year, and nn effort will be made to organize one that will be beneficial to that community. All are invited to Htteud. Sunday School. Minstrel Show The Dirktmvn .Minstrel show Saturday night was a very successful afl'ntr The boys put on a good show, better than was expected and a fairly good crowd attended. AH the rt at the Bchnnf-hnus- e participants acted their parts t T T T T - Kin-cai- - The largest shoe factory in the country makes less than one-fortie- of the entire shoe output, but the FORI) MOTOR COMPANY builds half of all the automoth biles made in America. This volume is necessary to fllLLINERY supply the demands of people who are looking for economy at a low cost. Get Yours Today. 1916 Touring Car 1916 Roadster Three Five Passengerl Pauengr These Prices F. O. B. Detroit .... . ' . . $440 $390 CLAY CITY firs. W. J. riountz . . KENTUCKY Verauiiablo toloarn.'but umouiig them wiib a group of Now York capitalist yho have secured u large acreage, in the upper end of Continued,' on 'page,8 A. T. Whitt, Clay City, Ky. Distributor of Ford Cars for Powell County. THE 1TMES. Mrs. If. M.Patton She Tells Story of Hon Tanlac Restored Her Health As n Watch Child's Cough 7W Gained 8 Pounds A Democratic Newspaper Eighteen Years Old - 'fhe Best Weekly M. P. O'Mara Entered as L In this Section. ... second-clas- s . March. 3, 1879. A HOME-MADK matter of fact success and depend upon health Editor and wo cannot havo good health if we cannot enjoy n ):ond meal. How Mrs. W. M. Pat ton, Well mail mat- ! known inChu'City, was restored n:i .Lto her henlth by Tunlnc is best told by herself. "Yes, I suffered intensely with stomach trouble," said Mrs'. Pat-ton-. happiness Colds, tunning of nose, irritation nf the mucous mem I 1. I. ........ !f iuii intruii vu- uriiue u mgiiTi tarrh later. Don't take the chance? do something for yotir rhlh! Children will not take every nnitK icine, but they will take Dr. King-!- ' New Discovery and without bribing It a sweet pleasant or tcaning. .lust Sar Syrup ami ?o tilclivo. laxative enough to eliminnte the .,.. THERE IS Many a' man who . can't buijd a chickseva" en coop in a week, who can finish eral air castles in a night! Dream good en-:b- ut one-res- ults FINISH the chicken count. coop-m- ake waste poisons. Almost lh? first dose helps. Always preparnl, no mixing or fussing, .lust ask your druggist for Dr King4 New Dip. covery. It will eaft'uuard your child ugniiift serious ailments from cold?. The fellow who used to whisper sweet nothings to a. girl now has to sidestep the fellow" who makes a noise like real money. The substitute for dreams is CASH start a Savings Account Clay; City National Bank PAYS 3 PER CENT COMPOUND INTEREST .i PAPER. THURSDAY, APR 27.1910 ANNOUNCEMENT We are authorized to nnnouuroG. W. GOURLEY, of Beattyvllle, Ky., as a nients he asked me why I didn't NT. ITolly Withcrspoon, President. candidate for Judge of the Court of try Tanlac and recommended it W. It. Sphar Cashier. Appeals for the Seventh Appelate Dis-rtisohiuhly that I decided to give YOUR ACCOUNT SOLICITED. of Kentucky, subject to the action of the Republican party at the primary it a chance. 'Well, after taking the lirst CLEANING election to be held August &, 1 l(i. AND PRESSING. ct ''Finally it affected my entire constitution. I became so nervTHE WIN CHESTER BANK; ous that I could not sleep well of Winchester, Ky. and would have smothering senCapital Stock $100,000 sations and choking. . Surplus and Undivided ' "One day when talking to Mr. Profits $200,000 W. T. McUuire about my ail. bottle the pains in my cIipsi, u liich caused clinking and smoth- STANTON The action of the Fiscal Court reirtirdnit: the.issutim nf t he bonds will meet with the approval of the people i;eueraii. When I lie court met last Kridav pursuant to tlieir adjournment before tiie eleotniM, (lie iiimier of issuing selling tiie bunds was n nd ifihly ennu into, anl II I am ready to COLLEGE, KY. do your Clear. Will W I T - Good work ering sensations disappeared. I Jug and Pressing ant atmosr immediate relief. It's! guaranteed and charges reasona fact that I have gained eight able. Orders left with J. Bloom pounds and feel fine. "I sincerely recomend Tanlac will receive prompt attention. because- it save me relief after JAMES WILLIAMS. olht-- r medicine failed." Tanlac is being specially inFor Uood Bartering Try troduced in Clay City ar Eaton it -- STANTON, Students Admitted at Any Time - One of the Best Schools in Kentucky. Courses in Agriculture and Domestic Science. Review Classes in " l Shampooing and Scahf Treatment ' Bill, Ginter Bros.; Torrent, .1. ' ' s uunri sinwen mai ineyjuey 11 rivlnr Day; Iriuo, Irvine Drug .. niuiinnr tn.it was tu iiieir ereili Co TREES. as ollioera uftlie county. Everv and Urnajneutal Fruit trees. prec hi (inn was taken to safe Statement of tho Ownership, ManShrubs (Jrape Vines'. Tlhubarb, Asguard tha interests i.f the people agement, Circulation, &c, required by 1012. ami miiliiii done to delay action the Act of Congress of Aug. 21th, week- paragus, Peonies, I'ldo., Roses, etc. The Clay City Times published Lfl uH hope that the halance ot ly at Clay City, Kentucky, for April I, KVKKY THIN(S KOU' LfHCUARD. - . i y was ajireed die 9 i nut mu . milium up Tanlac may b obtained in us quiuKI.N us pustule , Srnitno at Bard wick & Co.; iv.i-untie ill lliinio anil Knox and the members ol Bnwen. Day & King; Colleire McGnire's drug store " A. P. Johnson Injthe old stand, next to the Red River Hotel. ;th"e Branches will be Conducted throughout .Term. ' " , , By. paying par of theit Expenses, in Vork, Students may ge Rate at the Dorrmjryas low as $1 5o per Week. . 'Foi Inioimaticn Wnte to- - Rev. J. C. Hanley, President, Stanton, Ky. k m 1010. tile worK will be uild as inonitifili a manner, auu we State of Kentucky") ss. will have many iniir of good County of PowellJ roads in Pi.veii county before 'Before mo, a Notary Public in and another year hus passed. for the state and county aforesaid, per- LAWN AND GARDEN, NO ACKNTS H. F. Hillenmeyer Lexington, FREE CATALOOS & Sons. Ky. Caudtda'es for nullity ollices are already bemiiuui to show their colors, although the elec tion does not come oil" till next tall. Already i nuinbei- have - " Man.: Tho ownors are: M. P. O'Mara, Cluy City, Kentucky. That the known bondholders, inert gagees, and other security holders owning orholdinii ono per cent or more of total amount of bonds, mort gages, or other securities are: II. G Orabtree Clay City, Ky. Ihe present accu(o situation M. P. O'Maha, Publisher, between the United State's and Germany brings out the wisdom Sworn to und subscribed boforo me this 2nd day or April, 1016. of President Wilson's statements A. T. "Wiiitt, on preparedness and ulso shows Notary public that at the timq of his speeches (My commission expires Jan. 23, 1018.) to the' American public u few Bus i m umiuiuiceu iiieu being cnuaidntes tor mi .l.:e of cuuniy jude, and candidates fur bhentl are as thick us fleas on a dug. It is Jo be hoped that out of the mass of material ready t be "nacriileed" fur the good ot the county, wo can secure two good men for these uilicex, men who win look after tun interests of the people and be progressive enough to Keep abreast of the development of the county. Litis hand pick the bunch of can Ululates to Hud the best men for these tuo important ollices. v I . iiiv-ui- sonally appeared M. P. O'Mara, who, having been duly sworn according to law, deposes and says ho is the publisher of The Clay City Times, and that tho following la to the best of his knowledge and belief, a truo statement of tho ownership, management, etc.. of the aforesaid publication for the date shown in the above caption, required by the act of August 24, 1012, embodied in section 443, Postal Laws and Regulations printed on the reverse side of this form, to wit: Name of i'.O. address Publisher: M. P. O'Mara, Clay City, Ky. Saved Girl's Life "I want to tell you what wonderful benefit I have received from the use of Thedford's writes Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky. "It certainly has no equal for "la grippe, bad colds, liver and stomach troubles.- - I firmly believe saved my little girl's life. When she had the measles, they went In on her, but one good dose .of Thedford's ht made them break out, and she has had no more trouble. I shall never be without Black-Draugh- t," Black-Draught Black-Draug- WHEN YOU WANT A SHAVE OR HAIR OUT OR ANY TONSORIAL WORK CALL ON H. H. PHERIQO. s s Oood For Colds Editor: Man. Editor: " " " " " IIouov, Pinn Tar and Glycerine In are recognized eolij remedies. Dr. BpII'h Pine- pHrHniiHV these aro combined with otht-chiirIi medicine 'n a pleasni,t, pvrup Dr. Ilell'a P:no- I'ar Honey qplckly stops vour cough, clieoks your eold nonthea irritation of the throat. Exeellent for ynunp, adult nnd aged. Im one if the best cough Formula on every syr'ip made, You know junt what you bottle. r taking and your doctor knows its pond for couiihs and colds. on Dr. Bell' Only 25c. at Druggists r In-pi- BLack-DraugH- T I in my home." For constipation, Indigestion, headache, dizziness, malaria, chills and fever, biliousness, and all similar ailments, Thedford's has proved Itself a safe, reliable, gentle and valuable remedy. If ypu suffer from any of these complaints, try ht It is a medicine of known merit Seventy-fiv- e years of splendid, success proves Its value. Good for young and old. For sale everywhere. Price 25 cents. Black-Draug- ht Black-Draug- MM TRACY he hud in mind the Advertising in The Times wsU possibility of such a situation pay you. if you. don't believe U arising iu the near future. Au ultimatum has now been sent to let ua convince you by a trial. Germany and if that couutry does not immediately stop their along that iu, and before com. flubmariuo warfare on neutral inK to the lliiul steu the country vessels, diplomatic Relations will should be in aliupo to come out V lAlej his would be brok en oil4, with llyin';. colors and notJiave not necparib' "ipan war. with' to depend ou, V bluff to get by, ' (leruiiiny, it if nne step furlher with." 11 , , . weeks ago, ... Writers ef all Kinds ef Fire, LHe, TatruIo, LIfltlitinf ami HaH liiajr-vm- .. Real Estate awHitsw-aAM- . We are also 'agents fer the We Buy and SU Farm akd City IIHfwk Surety Cef any ml are Property of all kiada. We have mate Ml- nice farms in Clark' and adjoiaksg fare1 (e ik a feneral count! for sale" er rest. Write Diversified English Agrlultur. Agriculture I ttm urinary tedwtry what yH wast. POWELL & JACKSON lfit the west of HngteBd. wbwa. It ts We write a WMk sf HMMraMt.. CimWf jaktfi, SamW.PWfll BtM ter lt diversity 'Dkyl and. cattle and saeep ra(s(g. trTACyAMP STOkCLY, ' imffi sn,u9firi nwi) rlet .ih ts Somersetshire, the Cbe4-da- r ' At to Argument "Ef arcumeat could be depesded on to settle ererytblos," Mid Uaele Bbs. dar'd be to a b&seball game to it 'euMleaa wit de umpire," UTOKELY POWELL & JACKQK l4lnf . 'jk, cheese taduMry t situated tbere. fflVlffVIVI . lWsVKjf Supplement to THE CLAY CITY TIMES Thursday, April 27, day night April 20th, at 7 o'clock. Matters of importance to all conE. 0. Guerrnnt, one of (he cerned will be brought up for Dr. host known educators 111 the discussion and attention. J. B. Eaton State, died Wednesday, after si M. of B. T. lirief illness. At the time of his death, which occurred in Georgia Dr. Guerrant whs on his way Mrs Will Kerns and Mrs Kate nun his winter home there to Whuley were recipients of a his farm at Wilmore, and lie was pedigreed duroc-jerschog sent only ill for one day. to them by Judge Orear and son Dr. Guerrant was 78 yers old James, of Frankfort. The ho and had labored for the past thir- was shipped from the stock farm ty years among the mountain of Judge Orear between Verpeople of Eastern Kentucky, sailles and Frankfort and weighwhere ho had devoted his time ed 105 pounds. and means to the benefit, of (he He was instrumental people. Goes to Arkansas in founding the Highland Or. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Peers and phans' Home, here, and many Mr. and Mrs. E. B. McGlone left schools and colleges throughout Wednesday for their new home iu the eastern .part of the State. We. regret very Boirne, Ark. lose these splendid citi much to NOTICE! zens from our midst, and the o best wishes of a host of friends no with them to their new home. The Board of Trustees of the City Cemetery, and all citizens Messrs. Peers and MeGlqne will interested in the Cemetery are engage in the timber business in Morehead Mount, requested to assemble at the that section school house in Olav City Satur iiineer v y 1916. PREACHING ON SUNDAY pKKtUIYTKMAN Dr. Guerrani Dead More About the Schools (Continued from First Page) county aro not worth around $1,000.00 each.) Superintendent received for expenses In Powell county, Nnjlijn JnflLiO. In Adair county. Supervisor of Schools received for expenses In Powell county, iKfltlifnr" $122.50. In Adair county, Total disbursements in I'owell county in order to enroll 1800 pupils In 35 schools was II ,60, 7, In Adair county it cost them to enroll 4,235 pupils in 91 schools. Now, from the above you will sec that it only cost I'owell county an average of $0.50 per pupil to enroll 1800 pupils, which was 80 percent of her census ; while it cost Adai r county $7.05 per pupil to enroll 4,23-- pupils, which was only 80 per cent of her census. Powell county Superintendent said In her report, among other things : 'The teachers of our county arc zealous, wide-awaand progressive ; eight of them now attending the East em Kentucky State Normal School and many more taking training at Stanton College, preparing themselves for bet tor work." Adair county Superintendent closed his report with the following remarks : "Our attendance this past year was decreased much by the troubles at tending the clmge of text books, We 'iced fewer and larger disricts ; more money for school purposes and a more effective compulsory law for attendance." Interested Kkadka. CliUltUII Sunday 2:510, p.m. Services will he held at he Presbyterian church next Sunday afternoon at. half past two o'clock. I Card of Thanks. We desire to thank all of our neighbors and friends who so kindly rendered all the assistance possible during the illness of our Dear Father and Grand father, who has been called awuy from us. May the Lord bless each and every one of you is our prayer. Yours Respectfully C. 0. Eaton and familv. Ik?. Frank Clark." a colored inun about 40 years of age, died at Winchester last Thursday o f Bright's disease. The body was brought here, and the burial was Sunday afternoon in the old Clark graveyard over near Pompey. A large number of his people attended the funeral services. Drs. Lookhart & Goodwin, 11 at v Always There's . Something Around the House that needs Refinishing RE-NU-LAC. tmf An old piece of furniture yon hate to part with, worn floors or scratched doors, and as you look about you'll find infinite uses for Pee Gee This combined Stain and Varnish is made for beautifylngyour homo. You can easily apply it on any kind oi wood. One coat works wonders on anything that needs refinUhing. it's InGeo Try expensive and assures best results always. comes in 11 Natural Pee Gee C to-da- y, C dentists, of Campton, have leased the building of Mrs. Jennie Russell, next to the Central Hotel, and will occupy it about May 1st. Those wanting dental work The assessed vuiu- - l Powell done should call and see them as county, ies Hi. i exonerations soon as they are located. 15-- 3t and delinquehts is $1,860,006. The count is increasing in value each year, and with the present oil development and manufacturThe public is herby warned ing concerns thai- are coming in, we will rank with the best in the that all my land is posted aud trespasser will bo prosecuted. State iu another few vears. j POSTED - Mrs F. W. Williams Delivering Cars. A. T. Whitt, agent for the Ford cars in Powell county, left Tuesday morning for Louisville, where he received three touring cars, lie was accompanied by John C. Eaton and B V. Kincaid, who assisted him in bringing the cars back. One of the machines will be delivered to G. W. Bush, the hustling Vaunhns Mill merchant, and the other two will go to Stanton Puts Savor Into Life. Work la the best thing to make ua love life. Ernest Reoan. Keep a Memorandum. Keep a little notebook on your library shelf if you are in the habit ol lending your books to your friends. Havo it alphabetically arranged and every time you lend a book put down the name of the friend to whom you gave It, together with the title of the book. It is only a matter of a minute to do this and saves lots of Um and worry over trying to locate missing books. ' I Wood colors. White, Cold and Silver Enamel T PEASLEE-GAULBER- CO., Incorporated Manufacturers Louisville. Ky. Ft' ill MRS. F. W. WILLIAMS CLAY OITY, KY. iicin intern ing I lew ) parties. tin e th 1); in ab estimate luiiiisucu "Mrs. Satisfaction Guaranteed Wilson niinnev of Otimn. L cellbnt. Mrs-Hmvor atuL iaheycleJyl e Pi ion iIlja.Pui8ert. the assessment of 'much better ) . - T - IS31BS.A; - .1 BLANK -' PAtihm -- 1 1.' 1 '' ( ...... ,4 '1 !' - "'4- - r.i . - . l.fe-- 1 H:-4" - : .. " X ; . ..1 , , . , .4 lit ' ' . ,- - : . - tilts uouiHy.:. hi S! kSvn bondholder; IIUJLJ-P'ranvni, in mort prrrw . - . , - JUlSa"v""gorgu"aslllIarl, 5 " (9 ' J. i Hardwick & Co. Mens and Boys' Suits It is time for you men and boys to be getting that spring suit. Before making the purchase we invite you to call and see our lines, if you are looking for clothing and for the place where you can get the lowest prices. We handle Hart Schaffner & Marx and also "The Matchless Brand" clothing. The styles this spring are unusually pretty and we have them in prices to suit all. Beside the large stock of clothing we have on hand, we have Hart Schaffner 6z 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-ananything 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-da- te d up-to-date T T T T T T T T T T T T T t T T T t f f ' 'r' .'V raj te- - aMr 1 T CowrieMIIt&.u- - H . " ,i -- tdwick & Co ' " . STANTQN, KENTUCKY T Y t t " ' 'r f'O'A?.v - ' - -- '" CORN MEAL " i. manutacture tne aest corn My mear in Eastern Kentuckyraeal is all ground in a water i'V milK Try it once and you will '"J'ahvays use it. For sale in Clay ;?;City byT. J. KIRK, C. SHIM I'FESSEL and HENRY WAL Tfe DRON, - " lr" r.Cn -- D DITDIi'C Rosslyn, Ky. Clay City Construction Clay City, Ky. Contracting Brick ne rf 1 1v.'! Co A k v Layers.-- No job too large-Nd- too small Z I. . & i.. ' ' ' estimates furnished Satisfaction Guaranteed 0 T?ie Aches o( io louse Cleaning 1 5 L' -- v 1 ; :Je' - V: Sf $ fc" naiu and soreness caused by and strain ing during house "cleaning time are soothed away tiy Sloan's Llmraent. No need to auller this ujsony. Just i l.illillll'lll til thll Knru nr.nl t (( UJJ,. it Ti ftruines, over-exertio- n Hln-jn'r- J .'ii'i ' -- tin. nnin tuavea. vnn rout fortably and nnjpy- - a ttm"u refre-shin- I f lilt. i ' "oloan'u- Lliiunent J8 worm us Keen a bottle Bold." wiiiwht ' in w againHt Koh hand, u it Nut-ttlg(and 'jrukw. Kijl 8iin her belside. Mrs. Matilda Trim bio and Jier Trimble. Dave Trimble and four. daughter, Mrs. HlaHcbo Burcaw, daughters of Pomrpyton in Meni the efee. county, visited hero .last at Tke oM'Hrl8Ultol',, : 014, fw the ' fornter.'s - win l0L, Htweek. J.JJM4M UlWir S W-t n - neighborhood a number "f ers acenrdint; 'o information receiv. ago that remained full of oil for eil u few days ago bv Judiie years, anil nine of the oil was Knox. Representatives from the (Continued from First Page) Uo to Snnilay Sfhool, Muy 7. used by farmers for various pur- count w ill no to Frankfort May W. K. Chester, of Beattyvjlle, thecounty. . poses. 28iii, fight the raise, which was here Saturday. The Estill field is proving Altogether, with the work seem- - exhorbitant. Mrs. Tom E'lfje of Hada visited bonanza to thoKo within the already contracted and being Mrs. Geo. Faulkner, Saturday. producing area, but attempts to contemplated, there will be Old Papers for Sale at The George Ewen and wife, of widen the fiejil have so far, prov about twenty rijrs in operation Times Office. Lotnliurd, visited his mother Sun- ed disappointitiL', several ilry within ten mile of Clay City holes having been struck, and within three mouths, and the day Pills Best tor Liver many operators aro more in large producers have thfir Ed Ewen bought a cow and (.lined to test a new lielil than to "scouts" located here to keep Becau.-.ihey contain the ben cnlf from Elijah Morelaud-- for try any more on 'lie edge of the an eye 011 developments, from ijver medioine,' no matter how $95.00. Estill Held.. Powell seems, in the much is hoped both by ter or nauseating for the s veet Ernest Faulkner bought a milk opinion of experts, to present of the county apd ;,;nr co.iting hides tho taste. Dr. cow from R. M; McKnabb for ideal condition for successful others.' King's New Lifj Pills contain in development. Its geographical $50.00. gredients that put thu liver workBituttit Kin is perfect and the ing, move the bowels freely. No Miss Sitllio Oreacy, of Iowen, Some Raise gppe, no nausea, aid digestion. visited the Misses Congleton here, geological formations are said by the'experts. who have, been hero Just try a bottle of Dr. King's Sunday. looking Over the laud, to be exThe State Board of Eqtializa-- New Life Pills and notice bow Mrs. Wilson Ohaney of Gump cellent, and they confidently tette- you feel. 25o at drug- ton Junction, visited Mrs. Bowen look forward to the strikiuc of tion has raised the assessment of much Powell county thirty per cent, gists. Sunday. some good paying wells. It is Quite a crowd from here at believed by these 111011' that tiio tended the entertainment at Na. best pay sand will be reached da Sunday night, and all pro at a depth of between 500 and 800 feott although somo of the nounced it quite a success. older wells are shallower. Miss Margaret McGuire hnsre A well was sunk soveral yoarsl turned nftor a visit nf week ago on Morris Oreok that Oil men wifh her sister, 'Mrs. Jackson 6ay would huvrf inado a good Johnson, at L. & E. Junction, producer had it been handled I)r, J. E. Laming, of Stanton, right, am! this territory will be wVsl culled7 Here to attend Mrs. J. thoroughly tested by the sinking A. llmvon, who is very siot" at of eevernl wells. Hatcher's t his writing. tier eon Cassias., Greek will also come in for a of 0, & K. Junction, and. daugh-- J 'good sharcof development work ter Maudle, of Clay City, are at aa four well were sunk in that slade. OH Business -- . - . bit-whi- ! I -- 1 - 11 Par .le THORNHILL WAGONS Are Sold in Powell County by EATON & McGUIRE Kentucky QayCity, 1 ' ' t . Commissioner's Sale i Mr. aud Mrs. D. H Matherly nd baby, of Richmond, spent a few, nays with friend here Mils veek. ate too intndt ot,j.a-ie- k of ship stuff Iff . out 'tf front of O. J. U. burner, ot Huzari,!, was ShirnfeBPel'M store nud foundered. lown over Sunday to see' ''Uncle LUTIIKR StBI'IICNB, Billy" Eilnn. who has been Mr. H ith.M, t'h sfwing ma Master Commissioner. liiite ill for some time cliimBowen, was hre Amtof Sale and Costs: $247.81. Monday n hi way-ymehes. 11 10. Advertising Fee Mr. nnu Mrs. dieaoltem came ter to Ion a good horse for line own from, Jackson over Sunday on n mm1 to Vl , Mrs. Meachem will remain tor if wiuommissioner's Sale ini"'tKe ii.il which he will few days with her parents. short i t.tfe cli.ime of v, Powkll Circuit Court. Ben Kim;, and his brothers, 8aroh Blackburn, Plff. Notice ol I John W. Henry. till ii and Everett, of Lexington, vs. Sale Cyntha Ann Lucas, DeftJ In Equitj vire visitiiit; friends and rela By virtue of a Judgement and ordet John W Henrv who made his ives here Saturday and Sunday. of sale of the Powell Circuit Court O. O. tome with hi rendered at tho March Term, 1010. i E. Burgher whs in Frank Eaton, ntar Powell Valley, pas- thereof in the abovo cause, the undersigned will on tho 1st day of May, 1010 ort Monday, conferring with ed away Sundav, April 23rd 1910. Superintendent Road at one .o'clock p.m. or thereabout State Mr Henrv was horn in Eftill regard to the Co, Kv Amr. lGth 1851. heins a (being court day) proceed to offer foi ferrell. with sale at Public Auction to the highest owell county pikes. son of Aquilln and Nnnov Oomer bidder, on a credit of six months, at Henry, the father now 84 years e the door in Stanton, Ky. Mrs. Belle Davis and two old surviving him. 'He was a the property mentioned In the Judge, Ky., spent photographer nnd hod been en- ment, to wit : Tract or parcel of land hildren, of Paj-issituated in the town of Stanton, Pow- from Friday to Sunday as the gaged in thin work' at Olay City ell county, Kentucky, and described as guest ot Mrs. Davis' brother. since 1889. .i' follows, to wit: A. P. Johnson, and family. His wife Nee Benton, djed by tho road Bounded on the East leading from Stanton to Hatton creek ; vears aco, and his only Among those attending the several on the North by tho lot of Mary Morchild,- Oodie Hnrv Eaton, to ton, and on the South and West by the court nay sales at Winchester whom he was devoted, died pbout lands of Sarah Blackburn, containing Monday were Dr. Mnrsin. D R. wo vearsasro. Beoides. his father one house and lot. Daniel, H. G. Orabtree, J. E. Or sufficient thoroof to produce Burgher, O. L. Daniel nnd S. G. ho is survived by seven brothers, $110.37, so ordered to be made. two sisters and five grand child, ' The purchaser will bo required to Baker. ren, give bond, with approved security, for He was a member of the Pres. i the payment of the purchase money, Engineer Ed Lolly blew the to have the force and effect of a re- whistle oil engine No. GO one day byterian Church nt one lime but' plevy bond, bearing legal interest from ast week while on his trip from united with tho Seventh Dayi tho day of sale, according to law. Such an Advent Church about two. year ackson to Lexington. Bidders will be prepared to comply ago nnd was a devoted supporter vitli those terms. A lien will bo re- occurrence is almost unknown of that faith up to the lime of tained, on the land sold till aU the purniong railroad men. his death. chase money Is paid, Bond payable to Master n fine 535 Burial wkb in the Eaton Cem Jeff Margin caught LUTHKR StKI'HKNS, pound pike in the river back of etery Tuesday morning, Rfter 'Master Commissioner. his house al.fow days ago, If we services at tho Grave by D, H. Amt. above: $110.37 can keep the dynamite out of tho Matherly of the Christian Church Advertising Fc'e 7.20 river for a year or so, we will at Richmond, who was forinly have lots of tbib kind of fish here. paster of tho church here Uncle Eben. man tells you what ha "When a weuld do U he ,wt. somebody else," Win. Mouutz had tho mis. Jlvcr In England.,. Mid (JbcU Ebon, "he's generally nee- fortune to lose n valuable young Silver k mt legal testier'! SBgla4 lectin' to aMwillsh as much as ha ouxbt to.ilW'by bela' ahKown mUT icoyy a few days ago. Tho animal for sums over 110, ho-Hr- POWELL (tlHOUIT COUKT. Frank II. ltussoll, MIT. Notice, of vs. Sale Jnuica M. Lano, Deft. J In Equity Ity virtue of a Judgemont nnd order of sale of the Powell Circuit Court rendered nt tho March Term, 116 thereof, in the abovo euuso, tho under nignetl will on the lstdny of May, 1010 at one o'clock p.m., or thereabout (being Court Day), I will ns Mnstcr Commissioner proceed to offer for wile at Public Auction to the highest hid dor, on n credit of 0 months, nt the court-hous- e door in Stimtop, Ky., th nroporty mentioned in the judgement to wit : A tract or parcel of land lying on the .mountain between Pecks creek nnd Cat creek, and in Powell county, and described by survey as follows : Beginninf atnnironwood nt base of limestone cliff, tho same being n cor ncr to James S. Crowe and Isaac Lowe thence a straight lino passing ovnr the cliff and to top of same and with the line of said Lowe; thence leaving Lowe's lino and with the center of ridge and road, said ridge being known as .Crowe Ilidge, to a pine on north side of said road"nnd about SO yards cast of point of sandstone cliff ; thenco N. and V 'course parsing over the said sand Rtone cliff nnd continuing with the center of ridge, something more of n North course to the point or end ol said ridge; thence a straight line to p. pine at top of limestone cliff ; then with the top of limestone cliff a Nortl course to where the four mile circh crosses same; thence with aid circh line crossing the ridge to thelimeston cliff and line of said Lane about a SoutI courne to a sugar-tre- e corner to sail LaUe's former boundary ; thence witl top of said limestone cliff and witl the line ot Isaac Lowe to the point o' beginning, containing 75 acres, more or less. Or sufficient thereof to produce $247.81, so ordered to be made.' Ibo pnrcliaser will be required to give bond, with approved security, foi the payment of the purchase money to have tho force and effect of a Re plevy Bond, bearing legif interest from the day of sale, according to will be prepared to comply with these terms. A lein will be retained on the land sold till alt the pur ohasdtnoney isjiaid. Bond payable t( Master Commissioner. IOCAL Go to Sunday School, May 7. Miss Grace Martin was in St.uiton, Monday. H. G. Orabtree wns in Lexin: ton on l)U8ines8Tue8day. - I'm enjoyment as you never thought could be is yours to command quick as you buy some Prince a Albert and n fire-u- p pipe or a home-mad-e cigarette! Prince Albert gives you every tobacco satisfaction your smoke-appeti- te ever hankered for. That's because it's made by a patented orocess that cuts out bite and parch! Prince Albert has always been sold without coupons or premiums. , Mrs. W. T. AdiiniR was shn ping in Winchester, Monday. Herbert Waldr.on was in Lex ington on business, Thursday. Luster Sunday wns fair and clear but most too cool for sum mer clot hep. T. M. Mouutz hits been appoint ed deputy county clerk for thi end of the county. Allen Rime and purl Friedman of Jackson, have been spending a few days in town. Mrs. George Stokley and Mrs, Green Stephens were shopping in Lexington Thursday. Mrs. L. P. KMth is spending a few days with her parents, Mr, and Mrs. O. Shimfessel. G. Hackworth went to llich mond Monday, being summoned on tho Federal Grand Jurv. Curl Hall moved one day lust week to his new home adjoining Jlaude Mcintosh, in the bottom 30th. ido7," whkfc ijaSHSM tPsyKSKS;??? m-.- We prefer to give quality Miwiud ktort ! J mm ee Albert Bay Princm Albert ivory-whtrtobacco it told in toppyrtd bag; 5c; ttJy red tint, 10c; handtom pound d tin humiand dor and that corking fine pound crystals glat humidor with tpongt-moiitcntop that hoop tho tobacco in tuch cUvrtrimalwaytt m half-pountr the national joy Mtnoke has a flavor as different as it is delightful You never tasted the like of it! And that isn 't strange, either. Men who think they can't smoke a pipe or roll a cigarette can smoke and will smoke if they use Prince Albert. And smokers who have not yet given P. A. a try-ocertainly have a big surprise and a lot of enjoyment coming their way as soon as they invest in a supply. Prince Albert tobacco will tell its own story I ut R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO, Wiortoa-Sak- m, N; C. 1 King Emerald Chief 4396 King Emerald Chief will make the ensuing season at the table of J, G. Patrick, near Stanton College, at the low price of TEN DOLLARS tp msure a living colt King Emerald i a. son of Emerald Chief, of World's Fav fame. He stands 6 hand and is a beauty. Why tend your mares to CUtk or Montgomery when you have a horse at home second to noe k, Kentucky? He is a half brother to Emerald Bell,' that sold for: $1 250, and this amount was awarded Mr. Patrick for the raare by a Powell county jury and also by the Court of Appeals. He is also a haK Brother to Viola Allen, one of the beaub'es of the world, and sold for $.1750 old. There ii no better breeding horse in Keetucy, as a four-yeas h colts show. We also have a fine JACK, which will make the season at the same' place at the fee of 1 ar .m .... of roU't-r-vBow- en - son-in-la- $8.00 To I nsn re a Living Colt. J. C. Patrick, Stanton. Ky. court-hous- - A Square Deal. We aim to treat our customers in. the ! best possible manner and to give thepi a square deal, 4 Our Stock s clean, and fresh, and, our prioes aye, Give us a trial. right. , Henry WALTERS VILLE, Valdron KENTUCKY