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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): May 4, 1916 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1916 cla1916050401_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.): May 4, 1916 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1916 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4 fit. 'THE M, P. O'MARA, Editor We are Here to Help Clay City, the . Swsnm Ceuntry and Bwmtves. , PUBLISHED , EVERY THURSDAY. 'Vol xxi. olaV city, jtr., thursiay, mat 4 '' 1010. 7i8 GO TO SUNDAY SCHOOL MAY 7 STANTON. (By P. 0. Derthick.) Let us not forget Sunday Sejiool dny this coming Sunday. Miss Margaret Norton was shopping Two New Preachers. I Cemetery to i,ni I lilt fllSi;i, l.ilr j i iicmt in IIIM'IHI MCI III oivcni nnr irnrrmir riiir. .. ..g, ...... we must' usk all our sub 6cribers who njfe in arrears 'to pay up. Look at the date on your paper nnd if you are iu arrears .jK'iid ns Fifty Cents to advance it. Lii-- in Winchester, Tuesday. Rev. Henry Townsend, of Radical, was hero on business lust week. J. H.IIardwick of Winchester made n business trip to this place this week. ' Henry Wells was taken very sick lust week, but is ablo to be out again. Mrs. Mollie Johnson and her niece, l'erlea, were home at Talegu over Sunday.- At the I'owell Valley Baptist Church Sunday morning Dillnril j Potta and Willium Sinuthers. two of Powell - county's fine young men Wero ordained into the ministry of that church. The examination wu? held Saturday night by Rev, J. T. Turpin, of Providence (Jhurch, Estill county, and llev T. P. Edwards' of Chestnut Stand, Estill county, and both young men passed very creditably. The charge to the church was delivered by Bro. Edwards and tho bible presentation was made by D. D. .Potts, one of the deacons of the church. A large crowd was in utteudauce nt the services, and liiuuer was served on the grounds. nian o nr tat ill VIGUacu VWDI' ill1 itftni- - l.i m I t iwl Mill ll(llb 11 -- llwinff to Hit i urpatlv I in- - T 4p Be Improved. I 1 Clean Up Week. Next week, from Mondav, Itov. Sherman Robbing, of Ilattan oreck, preached in Menefee county Inst week. Mrs. Nora West Spurlock loft on Wednesday morning to visit relatives in Mt. Sterling. Mrs. It. 0. Eversolo and Miss Nora Johnson wero in Winchester this week on a shopying tour. Dr. J. E Lemming was called to sea. the wife of AsaBowun, who was taker suddenly, ill, but is much bH'ri--- Na-'da- Jo Judge, Roscoe Vanover . Judge Roscoe Vanover, of Pike ; ...-- ,, .. wlfifse uuiiouncmeiinfljr Chancy,- and Ills," spa James (!inihy Tuonias a candidate for thajtppublicah wierc'.oyer on 'the. South Fork- in the' Kinser neighborhood in the interest of nomination fur Judge of the u scliool. ' " Court of Appeals froni-thi- s dif-tri- ct, Guy Crowe's house will soon be comappears iu Th Times, is pleted. It iii going to bo a nice home from the largest county iu the for the newly married couple and will State, and the county having the bo an ideal Orovvo nest. largest Republican vote in the, Morgan Lylu has had his house new- 7th Appelate District, nnd is ly painted nnd it udds much to the looks of the place. Charley llico and well known throughout Eastern Kentucky He in 52 years of ag , Os Johnson did a splendid Job. rained Elkhorn Mrs. J. S. Ewen and Mrs. Ida Drink, iu the 6hajlow of the old Cum k Saturday for Bowcn where left II u taught brother, ffm. berland mountains. went to see-he- r Wo have not for fourteen years in the common Morton, who is very. heard as to his condition since. schools of Pike and Letcher coun-tieand was on Creek Mrs-Brin- and has practiced law since J. O. I'u trick had tho misfortune to full out of his buggy one day this week March, 1805 In his practice he and suffered a severe injury to hid left claims to bp the represenative of arm. In getting out of tho buggy his the working man, uud by ability foot tripped on the step and threw hini, '.- - J'. 0. Ilunley delivered the quired 'as hirge--4 practice as any (Jomtnencement Address to tho gradu- lawyer in Eistern Kentucky. ;atTjig'ela8s at OcdarCreek, Tenn. Prof. Judge Vanover is Superintend McOonnaugh, formerly prinqipal of tnuton College, is in charge of this, eitt of the Sunday School of the school now. Prof. Hanluy also visited OlirfBfiaii Church in Pikoville, u the college at Knoxville. position he hits occupied for-mor- e jev. and attention to business has ac- Richard Crowe held a very success- thajitwent.Y years. The Darktowti Minstrels ill show at Stanton College Friday ful ten days meeting at Heidelberg, U tinted ' cluslngout Sunday night. Groat crowds out to hear him and all were Continued on pace 2 (tomorrow) night. rULLINERY inr unrig imm.it MILLWEltY and JfOTIOJYS, and yon uro invited to catFand sea them. Hats Trimmed' and Dyed I have opened a. fine new stock of CLAY CITY rirs. W. J. flountz v ! KENTUCKY and tlio fnllnwijig Members of th Board of Trusotlioers were elected : Presedeii', tees have Stated that the town will supply a team to remove ull Ho ry Waldron; rubbish that is placed out on tho J. B. Etton: Secretary, A. M. by well ino. 3 brings in a Bnruhfir. unit Trn:is!irr. J tl streelH be citizens, and udvantuge .i tak.n of this oppnrtuu-poin'uJohn liingo good Flow 300 Feet. OtRonr. superintendent w:.s ap to 1,HVtf il thorough cleaning ot the grounds, and will have complete up. bcreens should ulso be put of illoUny space The oil business in Powell 'ur on now, to keen out the disease can ,,u county was giveji a good boost ial, keeping the grounds in order,' bree,,".,B flv 0,a-- "' noid into mr of the prettiest Tuesday morninirwhen well No L.tc. y "tle of Clark farm, 3, on the Georgjj-W- . Memberships in the Association " 11 18 l"t In with a good flow at SOU will hu t:,u,. llt ,,,,...,,,! r.. i,f ,l,ls w,'rk came ft' feet. B. A. Bqmvi;vile, who has, one dollar, and several huve 'lift willingly by Ithe .citizens, official .. .... . T I.. thirsIgiW'tTt'ttst'hia sccu red- reiytjm n"t'dr''rtiose!di''8i ,'M,lU!.Pjuin:wiM flRWV" 9' . t two join should send I heir application iii.iuu ii visii aim fiuorcu lueinw-fro'in Mr, Clark.,- for weeks, was the successful man, with the dollar to Mr. Burgher. and nuturallv is greatlv plated who will issue receipts for all Miss Daniel injured. over the result of his efforts, as sums received. I lie liu.iucial ho was the first m in to come in fitiitiMiimif nf rim iiQsi I tn ii 1Vtttt Who liafl to the field and his work drew M ,nnhlisl.pH ml..rlArlv, in TI.J aU the :it tent ion of other operators T ines, snovvinir the umnunts re. ' ""'"'"'lid, for Some to the I'owell fields, with the re- ceived from various so.mreH ao.l 11,sl"' I, sult thai practically every avail- iiib iiiiiiiiiui iii nun j,i ; - ,. oas. ii.i.l tne uiistortuue lo tall r. tloAo the staiis, and was seveny (if land in tho county .......i able acre injureo, suri.iiuing a uroKen co -is now under leaso, only u few lar none, three fractured ribs holding out for various reasons. Little Mary Belle Leach and and a severe shaking up. ltst On Monday a strong gas presVictor Pettit were both sevurlv reports were that she was resting sure was encountered by the injured it few days ago by run- - fairly well bill would not he ubln drill and late. Monduy night in- mug into each other while play-- 1 to be out for some time, dications pointed to the well ing at the school. Both are now coming in Early Tuebday morn' able to be out again. ' Ad ertlso in The Times. ing (he oil rose to a height of about onehundrHd i'pet, and was accompanied by u strong flow of umh. which is regarded by oil men us a sign of u good well.. Mr. Bdniiiville is now erecting his tank, and will give the well a thorough test with the pump, after which he will movo his rig to the Mary Harnett- farm, one fourth of u mile from his present THE UNIVERSAL CAR location, where he will sink another hole, Tho Clark wells will not be pumped commercially The largest shoe factory iu the country makes less than until there aro enough wells to of the entire shoe output, but the FORD warrant the erection of a power MOTOR COMPANY builds half of all the automostation, and arrangements can be made to ship the oil at u paying biles made in America. This volume is necessary to rate. supply the dematuls of people who are looking for With this strike, the oil busieconomy at a low cos,t. Get Yours Today. ness here is now assured and we may look for Clay City to boom In good style before long, as there . . . are hundreds of new men coming jFive Passenger in all time, and the probability is that there will be an oil station erected here for the handling of Three Pastenger the onpla oil, For several weeks These Prices F, O. B. Detroit tiast operators have boon scouring the country, obtaining leases and contracting for4 wells, and within two weeks there will be at least Diitributqr of" Ford Cars for Powell County. three more Tigs.' in operation with others to., follow as fust as they can bo secured. Vice-Presiden- t, Oil Struck on Clark Farm at At a meeting held at the school May 8, to Saturday, will be known house Saturday night, the pro-- through out the State of Ken liminarv steps were taken to4 tucky, according to a proclaim;- form an association to work in tion issued by the State Board of connection - with the Cemetery Health. Citizens are urged t Trustees to improve the condition clean up their places us nine' of the property and make the possible and thereby'avoid im city of the dead one of the most probability oj disease. Yards and alleys should be thoroughly beautiful in the country. cleaned and ail old cans, rubbish The Association will be known as and trash of all kinds removed. the Clay City Cemetery iKl'd ch-irg- e fs-- r M'"-b- d'"' -- -l - - the-pas- u-i- I .- ii- i . - one-fortie- th !9l6TourinVCar 1916 Roadster .... $440 $390 A, T. Whitt, Clay City, Ky. THE A Demecratie riMES. newspaper Life of Savage Aliments Almost The delighted with his preaching. writer was at Bcllepolnt, Sunday, two Un- miles from him, and 'heard many speak of snlcndid sermons ho preached. Over known by Aborigines EhjMeen Years OM 00 heard him Sunday night. Are Common Now Mr. Rosa Hall and I. '.. Johnson have both purchased new Ford autoBast Weekly In this Section. The theory that most of tho mobiles from A. T. Whltt, the agent ailments of to.dny nro caused al- at Clay City.. They ore getting ready M. P. O'Maca Editor most- entirely by those habits fortlie new roods that are to be built. Wo are told that thcro are two thnt distinguish the white man of automobiles, the Ford and kinds the Entered as second-clas- s mnil mot' from hia long ago brother, the can't-a-ForThe rest of us will have ter at the Post Offlco at Clay City, savage, is more widely discussed to be content with the latter. every day. Jim Chancy, ran a nail Into his foot Ivy., under tho Act of Congress of The savage, in many ways, tans whilo at work in Jackson and had to March 3. 1879. a more sensible being than the return homo for two weeks. Ho went man who made war on him and back up Sunday to resume his place. school, as he staid HOME-MAPAPER. A It If James had done, in accident would then seized his birthright. this ought to have has been said, by medioal author- not have happened. We do not under ities, that uine out of ten capes stand why so many uf the students THURSDAY, MAY. 4. 1910 of sickness can be traced to a dis- dropout of 'school so near tho end 'of ordered stomach, und thnt the the term. It seems to the writer that somewhere, ailments are due, in large meus-ur- some.thing is wrong, by the dozens when ANNOUNCEMENTS near students drop out to excessive eating and the close of the term. There must be We are authorized to announce drinking and to little healthful a remedy for this'. G. W. GOURLEY outdoor exercise. The St. Helens boya came down Sat of Beattyville, Leo County, Ky, Common sense should be used urday and locked horns in a double1-headns a catiOIuate for Judge of the Court of living. It. was base ball game with our boys. Appeal for the Seventh Appelate Dis in our mode of trict of Kentucky, subject to the action with this end in view that Joseph Our boys proved too much for them, defeating them, 8 to 0, and 8 to 7, in of the Republican pnrty at the primary Von Trimbach, the noted chemMrs. Sylvia Russell and both games. election to be held August 5, 1016. many ist and originator of so twenty young ladies from 8t, Truly Sensible STANTON. (Continued from First Page) ,7 .' THERE IS Many a man who can't build a chicken coop in alveek who can finish sev-'eral tt ait castle in a night! Dretm F1l$ll the rjkke ceef-mak- e a i.' df The feXew wh we t vrltiaycr sweet nethings te a gkl new has te ttil&tf the feMew whe makes a neise Mke real meney. The Mthstittite fer dreaas is CAS- H- start a Savings Account I 3 r DE Clay City National Bank PAYS 3 PER CENTi COMPOUND INTEREST r e, er We are authorized to announce ROSCOE VANOVER of Pike county, as a candidnto for Judge of tho Court of Appeals for the .Seventh District of Kentucky, subject to action of the Republican party at the primary, August 5th, 1910. THE LOCAL PAPER. Tho city papers are all right if you want them, hut it is the local paper that advertises your business, your churches, your schools, your societies, sympathizes with you in your afflictions and rejoices in your prosperity. In nhort, it is your local paper that men tions tho thousand and one items In which you are interested during the year, and which you do not find in the city papers. It is the home paper that records your' birth, publishes your marriage and chronicles your death. To the great journals the forty-pag- e compendiutns of the daily happenings of the world you are not oven a cipher. To get the least notico from them you must steal 1100,000,, commit an atrocious murder or have a dozen living wives. Rut your local paper watches over you with lovipg solicitude nil the time. If you are sick, it is .sorry and hopes you will soon be wellr It tells when you coma and go and when your house burns down or you build a new one ; when Johnny has tho mumps or Mary has tho measles, and how much little Pete weighs on arrival, And when you require tho whole street and both the walks to get home, it shuts both eyes and mum's the word. Yos take the big papers if you are interested in what is going on in Africa, but if you want to keep up wjth your biography, take your home paper. ' heath aids, gathered herbs, roots, Helens, accompanied tho boys. Tho barks and flowers from the most writer talked With two of tho St. Helremote parts of the world and ens boys in Reattyville, Monday, and of spent years of his life in experi- they were loud in their praiseThey their said treatment while in Stanton. menting and study beforo he ar- ouc boys treated them fine and showed rived at the solution of the prob- them a good time and they are anxious lem of relieving stomach troubles for a return gamo He named his discovery Tanlnc. Tiiis coming week, from May 8th to. Tanlac has met with instant the 13th, is to b'd known as "Clean up wherever it. has been intro- Week" in Kentucky. It is desired duced. It has created a romauce that everybody in Stanton in the business world. Hundreds in this movemerii'- and clean up their yards and, homes and help make this a of thousands of sufferers have clean and healthful town, the, Town realized tin- - benefits of this great Board will furnlsto a team "and wagon .. V.t itz reconstructive tonic. me VL m an ... wees . naui away aiy our ruu Tanlac is believed' to act more bUh; free of charge, Thislsecrtainjy ev favorably, because of the nature commendable. in. them andwilrnot old erybody gather Up the old tin cans, of its ingredient) on aliments of iron, cast-oshoes and anything that the stomach, liver und kidneys, needs to be carted off, and call for this add on catarrhal affections-o- f the team. These ungightly places furnish disease and it will mucous membranes, which, when bo well worth the trouble. so often communeglected, are Mrs. Mollie Mansfield, wife of Dr. nicated Jo the vital organs them selves, than any other known C. D. Mansfield, died at her home Thnrsday. of pucumonia fevnr. 8he preparation. This ideal recon- had been in very frail health fur some structive tonic, appetizer, invig-ora- months and when taken with pneumoand builder of tissue? lias nia her weakened body was unable to been lauded by men and women light tho disease. Mrs. Mansfield was in all walks of life. It has. prov- the daughter of John V, Williams, and she leaves a husband, two children ed a b. ton for sufferers from those Margnret and William, and her father all too common ailments. and several brothers and sisters to Tanlac is being specially in- mourn.herdeparture. She had a host troduced in Clay City at Eatou & of friends in Kentucky who regret to know of her death. She. wanted to McOuire's drug store where the live for her children, but at the age of Tanlac man explains its merits j 48 she was called away. As the writer and the results which may l e ex- was away at the time of her death and burial, he regrets that he Is unable to pected from its use. fa-vo- r about STANTON COLLEGE, '' ! STANTON, KV. A Students Admitted at Any Time One of the Best Schools in Kentucly Courses in Agriculture and Domestic Science. Review Classes k the Coawnon Branches wS be Cosducled throvighout" the Term. By paving pah of . thdr Expenses w "Work, Students may ge Kates at the Dorraitory as low as $1.5o per Week. , For larormaboa'' Write" to ; -- r . - ff Rev-- J. -- C. Hanley, President, Stanton, Ky. breeding-p1aces7- or nt BLADE. Mrs. LucjrLcdford'of visited here last week. Tanlac may be obtained iu Stanton a t Hurdwick & Co. ; Bowen, Day & King; College Hill, Qinter BroB. ; Torrent, J. Taylor Day; Inine, Irvine Drug Co, pive fuller detiaU concerning her life, or those who attended the funcaal. Yolfoco Advertising in Tho Times w'U Martin Ford attended Federal Court at Richmond lust week. pa'yvyou. If you don't believe it .", .fu;.; convince yon by a trial. . Wayne Bowen, and wife, of lev llogslyii, returned home Sunday. Charles Skipper linsinoved into poVents Mr. and Mrs W,. i, the house vacated by J II. Trent. at this place. ,s ' '' Mrs. Eliza Day, of Lombard, Mrs. D, It. Daniel and Mr. and visited Mre.CongIoiou here last MataQscar Daniel, of City, I ,KTI l, wjjek. e.H oi hihu. iura. 'unn MiseMattie McKnabhof Oump Itowslyp, visited Mrs, J. A Bow. Mrs. Bowen has ton Jet., and MUw Jones of Hlan-to- en? last week. beets-vereiok, but Is improving. were among the visitors here last week. The Nada nndSlade schools have been combined and (he trus The Ladies' Aidnnd W.O. T. U M. McKnnbb, sr , reports wet wifli Mrs. O. F, Tomliuson of tee, R, scholars in his cousin report.. 18 Nad, last Thursday and very, This calls for now school. house enjoyable afternoon wets spent. of an addition to the old one. Mm. Dv Kroaddus itiu jwo lit- We hope to have an experienced tle daughter, Margaret and Lou. leather or teachers, and a good iee. pf Irvine, are visiting her ehool. ' ... Con-glato- n, . r 0y u, y This community was saddened by a tragedy in the death of Miss Mary Lyle, She had been at work ia'Irrlne for two or three years as stenographer in. tho law ofllco of Robert Friend. During a sick spell pnetirhonia sot up and she passed away last Wednesday noming. Her body was brought i here by her mdther who had been at her bedside for a mouth nnd.she was buried In the Stanton cemetery, She made friends wherever she wentt for she was always a very bright, cheorfnland happy git 1. years of age and She was twenty-fou- r leaves a mother and several brothers and slaters who regret her death. Among thoao out of town who attended her funeral were her brothers, Morgan, Ernest and Florin, of Irvine ; Naomi Hadden and Mrs. IHeree Keith, of Lexington; Mrs, Reeee Wigglii and Mrs. Dr, Martin, of OiayCity j Mtas Mary Kelson, of Winchester; Charhty Maple, J. Tipton, MarkLyle, Everett LmhU. and Lou Snowden, 6f Irvine, and John Lyle, who travels oh the road, The T. J, Kirk wild a sinall tract of writer bat only words of sympathy land aorww the river, in the Poih-pe- y for the bereave fWHlly. with cherished memories of ten years ORPHANS' HOME ITEMS. Wo have lost of pleasant association. a mighty champion for the mountain d Mrc Little, of Quicksand," boya and girls of Eastcm Kentucky. her children Sunday, Tens of thousands will weep when they learn of tho death of their benefactor. I The Society, of Mt. Sterling, JIo has built a monumont into the hearts of the people that is imperish sent eomo hats for the girls. . .. able. His name is hold in reverence Tho Tearl Seekers of Pino-- , not only in Kentucky but the wide j Ttidge, JMiss,, sent some1 clothing world over. Homeless orphans praise 1 7 him, tlmwanda of boys and girls in tho 'last week. southland received ihclr education, j The First Presbyterian Ghurob through him tens of thousands have beeu inspired by his messages from 10 f .Lexington remembered us, the pulpit. He was my friend, and a with a check for five dollars. loyal friend he was. Unselfishly he Dr. Wickljffe was down from gavo of the best of hie life to others. .Jackson to look after the eyes of "When weakened In mind and body lie still worked with fidelity and lovingly tho children Mrs.' Wicklijfe for his people. His thought ivas all compauied him. the time for others, lie was a man A donation of treec, berry of surpassing personalty, and friends in all parts of the world gave to him in bushes, etc, from Gen. Bannet liberal, measure .when ho made a pica II. Xoting, of Louisville, wus a" As the writer , very acceptable gift, for our boys and girls. said concerning (hat dear old man of ! Mr. T. J. Kirk gave ennuifh " Ood,ltro. Irvln, How beautiful Heaven inustbe if is Is mado up of sue) saint- straw lists to take care of each ' This ed men and women as we meet hero on child for the suiiner--82- . earth. These few humble wprds are is the largest local gift wuh&ye weak when if eomes praising this mighty Christian Soldier. I have not received since we were in charge,"" words to do him justice nor can it be of tho work' and we Kre very done. His life speaks luuder than tuete grateful to Mr, Kirk. poor words of mine. Ilia monument is greater than oould be built of per ishable marble. It Is a living monu- Keep yewr Wm cImt .bimI Kealtliy; ."11 ment that will shine more beautiful as There is only owe way to have' a . the years span into eeatttdM. , ' clear, healthy ;cero plea-taand tlia't is t kep tH bowete ae'tive ami vfs-jite. 1 1 . n , Sells regular. Dr. King's Nev Life the liver, eleaitee ; purify the W(Kdvr JMki, Pi I la .will teak a yonr d elear move thebowol healthy geHWyl stint-lat- e tHcrMyaWiH.fturi ' ' . H. - ."' Dr. K4 ward 0: Y 4tikutJroist, ttleY4 Civil War Ir. iioigkbbrhooil, lo W.JI the aensldefJltibH Vfrh One-sid- y, W. AsptMid ,at vi Uter, Christian, tidier and friend ttt tk&MsmUiiM of KaterR Ktwttteky, Sum LipraMitb rt'trjl'd Tu ttMgOfw, May Witr add a few duy from a vWKst his Uomn WimU Ih tUiwtbie to Ibk won- derful matt of pod of ytium be eyunta rpri'iif aiedieiHe, yoiir Druffglst. t; .Tg.eiUa, fcah Blaplt deads fer sale at. The aak.?-v, ;iS? , -- : ; : J j." '.'25- - m Hardwlck & ff. 1 Co, Mens' and Boys' Suits ,iiit is time for you men and boys to be gettinc ; i that' spring suit. Before making the purchase we invite you to call and see our lines', if you are look- mg for clothing and for the place where up-to-date VM&i . ail - Krrja Brand" r 3.?5. v V - We handle Hart you' can get the lowest prices. ."Schaffner & Marx and also- "The Matchless - T i T T T T T T '? T T T t t Y clothing. The styles this spring are un- iisiiflllV nref.tv and vvp. hnvp, thprrt in nrirpQ. tr J "Af'.-t'- rsuit all. Beside the larcre stock ore bthincr wehavp .. . p. on nana, we nave nam ocnanneroJiviarxruu line yji oauj(7it. ou aii gcu iui juu any C5UIL 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 avvcu-un&-- i 1 'T i ; S'pring and Summer goods in all other lines, if goods of high quality and low new, prices mean anything to you. up-to-date f T 1 STANTON, KENTUCKY w ,5-;.-w- t T T T y f J CORN" MEAL - -' - . the- best- corn I 'manufacture ineal in Kastem Kentucky- My meal is all Krouiid in a water mill. Try it once and you will always, usq it. Ifor sale in Clay 'City by T. J. KIRK, CSHIM FESSlii-- and HENRY' WA'C DRON: r ' GEO .P. BURKE, - VAUGHN'S MILL. (Crowded out last week.) Gt to SiiiiilajSidiDfil, May 7. T)) children of II. P. Wells all HVf flH Ult'UslH... . ilr? Herninn Hull has been' on rhe-.sw- i't'"f'8(Mnc i- ini.. iiio'vpH ThWm ib hr-- irr.i f.'.i. HH bus' -i to , in Rosslyn, Ky. OrevJ?.- - Clay City Construction '. ' Clay; Gty, Ky. j Co. L, Wjiliiiiii Miirliii iini 'home i" Ml yi i ir innm, vvyua' n:uw nun in iu.ck Add numbtir ot boiks In old uiul notr Testamunt (CO);, Hiiiltiply by 'number npostles present 'nt Tranli(jiiriiti(in pf Ghriut (8); then "divide by number of Books written, .by Luke (2); nub-tranumber pftt'mes the Isrcnlltcs went aroiyid Jerlclio X13) ; divide by number oftfpics Mo.HosAont Into Canaan (12); add putuber of letters In .tlieclty Where Zaclietis climbed the tree to gee Christ (7), and then divide J)y number of upostfeB called Sons of Thunder (2). 80 that the pnbi,um. is thus worked puts-- Ctl multiplied, by 3, divided by 2, minus 13, multiplied by 30, plus ?. di vided by 2 equnlej UU the number of fish caught, ct G. B. Leach and Jul.a Ilmgo, , fiU(ih mor h .,,d onJ.,Ved tbe v.ew from tli-,, treatm(M(t f r N a It, ude She made a tr. a pleasant Laxa,iv! Tlir to rheo d farmstead near Sr,nt..n s;r ) h ,nolhe8ht. cn , ' where Judge Ire.,H. I"st owned, he(jka the uoI(,s ,;e, t French, who was chief builder of hoped that they will return uuain the Hell River Iron Works here soon. about GO years ago. He was ohe of the greatest mechanics of big Avoid Spring Colds tinn in this part of the enuntry and bis ninduhildren were lad Sudden chanuee, high- winds, to seo the place where lie bad bifting seuRona cause colds and labored mid to recall stories of grippe, mid these sprint! nobis are his work. Mrs. Brown also made. ltnnmit.o nml ,l,iirnivii!j ml ' ..... a.riptoP lot Knob nccm,pan.ed )ikcy to turn into a chronic sum-b- y - county, last week with the meas. les., - l"S,,T,"Pird10" Mm ,ri". up an attack und ' Contracting job toe Brick Layers.No toe srpall large--Ne- ne Estimates Furrusbed 0 io Satisfaction Guarwleed. ; ''KheuBMitteit'l8;S topped : r . 1 honfe frotna8tny with her dauhr ,j - Mr, and Mrs. Sidney Gibson jifgRjU'lTijjjSH Geortte Wiseman," at ' yielt to Akron, Ohio,' .' of Ilheuuiatln) quloky am ' Mize, of and Mrs." Gibson'sl sister, Mrs. It stiraulatoa .Ak,rpn,.i8 also home fpr a few Nettie. Brown, of,'Qlicag'ol were JJIohu'h Lnliivont. " to ttie jialnful part. days visit. lie guests, last.weeU of their J1dopplvta directed, to the 'sore cousins, John and Sum Ringo and Mrs. Laura Trady and Mrs. Anna pB(itf ' In ft shert t'me tlie'paih The Fish He Caught Leach. Mr. GibsoVia rraveliin 'glvwj wa'y tf' tingling eciiuatioQ of 'WVtls.'Fartto JJx- oonifoVt and 'vra'rntb;. agent fd'r Here's A fevvweekB ago we published presa (Jompaiij, nud, owing 1p u 'ji'foof "I baye had wonderful re. "lif'sJnc I Hed yotir Usimeut on a problem cpijcyninx the Hum- - rush of business was utpible to . liirBee, To think one appllaation her ot Ish enuulit by a man who stay leng- and left., for Chicago "gaVfe-wrelief, oyM 'haven't gava lis hiiiwic in blhlioal flg- - Saturday. Mr. Gjbeon expressed urea,, ,W)th the.,auiHwr of reaii- - htmself as being well pleased ' "rVrijaskii-- yeu fer espeeted tfl je. flp.oded f With his trip, ti' Clay. fJfty and rewedy r i ,kafl'deefw we.'Jatte S. Fer-- " with a.u.8wers,; but as none have sfTu he' ,youia'CT5n(KacH: soon. gQB, Phllada, Pa; Steaa'g Lis been aubinitted yet, we publish Mrs. Gibson aiid'M'rtf. Browu aro . ;i)ei4tk'!te.,,.n .2Jfrtpriiglet. the fb)f'uwjlx unswor: ter.-Mra. -e JJie drowlng'of mui?(5e8t theeore- Uyd agonizing pnain The children of W. 0. Mize are'iill nble to be out again after TI10-- ' public is herby warned Several', days illness ,with ihc that ail my land is posted anu y hieh was enioved enuallv bv. , ipeaslea, .trespassers 'prosecuted. them and their relative. Iuis .iCrr'lid'Mfs.. Acit Tnd' spent Mrs JiVWy.WiUiuins Sy.urdtty.and Sunday i vyith ,Mrs Mrs. iWar tiu xaaa'B motjier. Murfinr of Snow Oreek . Visitors. Here, . (QoutriblueS)" NMi iMrKMiz has: returned " -- PORTED prepHre(li mix,ng flr -- Both Mrs. Gibson and' Mrs. Just ask our druggist for a bottle French returned n their homes j of Dr. Kind's New Discovery. April 20, after a pleasant s'hre Tested nud tiied for over 40 euic. AdvnrUso of ,(0 grippe, lis already . ...wjle la The Times. - J . wbnt-you- ' THORNHILL WAGONS Are 5oldvih .Powell County hy EATON' &' McGUIRE.. . . ft' v(SlayGityju .K: ,i , Kentucky. Oil Notes. BPWORTII IJ3AQUE VAUGHN'S MILL ron, Ohio. -- Sunday, May 7, 1010, 6:00,' P. Anderson & Fitzgerald liavo Topic le,t (ucontra'it for u well on theit Consecration of Talent. Ilhrdwicks Creek tract. Leader Mrs. H. G. Jordiiu. Opening Song. Senator Beutty 1ms returned Prayer. to liis liomu at Bowling Green, Scripture Ilea dim:: Ohio, for n weeks' visit. Matt. 25: JBThursday morning Mr. G. W. Mrs. H. G. Jordan. Clark refused an offer of f40,000 lMiss Ethel and spot cash for his farm on which a Mary Duncan. paying well was struck Tuesday. Bible Light on Tuleiit. Thcofffr was mndt by sojnt' of 'Responded to by hiembers of the oil men. League. 1. Many kinds jjfgifts.. Hi .McClurlin received a .2. Finding the gift. wirefrimi his contractor Thurs 8. Developing the gtft. lay iimming. to th eiFeci that Talent in Every Day "Life. his dn mi: Tii: hud been shipped frSullivan, Ind.. and would a) What. are our talents- Mrs. J. W. Mounlz. arrfvH here jn n few days. It w ill hi' immediately put fo work on b) Ieveloping talents Mrs. J. B. Eaton. "the Clark farm, where Mr. c) Examples of talen(irk in has n lease James Searles." T. M. Beckett, nno of the piod) The use of our t alents neer oil men of this country, was Mr Jordan. hero this week looking "over the Song. , field Mr. Beckett drilled the Talk on Talent. The Pastor, ficsLiwel in the Cnmptoii field,' tious:. aud-hacompleted 75 wells there. BeiiHilii'.t inn. "!! was looking over the situation here with a view to bringPhesbytkrian Ummcii. ing Ins machines in, and will probably do sonu- - drilling here. Services Begin at 2"P.M. 14-8- 0 Sihig'-Specia- .1- - . - . Mc-0- 1 t- s CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR Leader, Miss Carrie Goosey. Subject, tho Consecration of Talents, Matt, 25; The meeting will be conducted by the young people, with special songs by the young ladies Sun . 11-8- day School class. Everybody is cordially invited to attend. The meeting begins promptly at 7 o'clock. ;Dled at Richmond John W. Hendricks returned Tuesday from Richmond where w, Next Sunday is "Go to Church Day" for Kentucky and we are promised several addresses by visiting brethren, mid will also try to have as much of the Easter program as "possible We would like to see u large number present, and especially those who candidate fur the Democratic havo been in the habit of attendTho barber shops will both be no inniatTiltrf otslterirTof prfwel f ing in the past. was in town this week, and pa jo. closed on Sundays hereafter, and county at the next- county eleciis u pleasant call to renew his the ordinance affecting them will tion. Robert isasplendid'ypung be enforced. irSan wjth a Jiost. of friends nud ub script hin. . i' in thej county, an U AdverU9f in The Thnea. Meritt.Ga m bill, who formerly jrlatjLves For convenience of those who preMr. find Mrs,,Harry Shaftnck Hailey Barnett. s'pent Sunday fer yot to fuss, it Is supplied ready, wore down from Nada Sunday. with Miss Martha Barttett, at made in 25c. bottles under name Sdout. Spring. of Dr Bell'a Attorney ..A. T. Stewart wa6 Can' be had at your druggtstr InT down here nu business Saturday. G. W. Bush, jur hustling nier- jdston getting Dr. Bell's Plne-TH- r chant and postmaster, is waiting Honey and see Bfenr.v Hendricks, of Lexington that the formula Is, for the pikes to get to run his on the package. spent s Sunday with his parents autojiiobile, j here. : George McKinney, of FrankMrs. Rachel Fllnchum Mr. and Mis. 0 E. Tolnlinson fort, is spending n few diiys with spont Sunday with Wm. his sister, Mrs. W. W. 'JflbIioh,, Mrs. Haciiel Fllnchum dekl Thunida Johnson and family. and other relatives. nicrht nt her home on Jefferson fiiredt. Prayer meeting services have An error in our correspondence at Iho age of 70 years. 8flo is surilvcti organized at Chop Chest mU made it appear that Mrs. Wise- by.n son, William' Fllnfclium, and tw6 been daughters, Mrs, Jolly Neal and Mrs. uiid will lie held weeklv. man's baby was a boy, whereas Mjrtlp Gayjprd, The body was taken it whs pretty little drL Friday momjng today City for burThe text of the oidiiuitinn ial. Winchester Democrat J. V. Mize, who has had a sb by Edwards at Powell ValThe burial was in the old ceni' vere attack of the measles,- is not ley, Sunday, wns'Mulaehi II; 7. etery at Powell Valley Churchy !oS::g us well as his friends would by There will Be special music at like tnseehim. and he is still the funeral service beimr'tn-lDlllard Ports since ordained rt tint. Christian elm re h Sunday very weak. . mluister. Mrs. FHuchutn waf it school, and. all 'tire invited to at. sister of Mr. A. C. Barnes, now tend. of Iron Mound, having ninny C. W. DuncaiVreturned Sunday other relatives in this communi from Lexington, where he lrir Robert .Coulee is quietly cir ty, to wjiom The Times fe'ndor'S been in the Itfwpltal for a few dilating amoim his friends tho the sympathy of the people. days. a information that ho will Pine-Tor-Hona Can bo made by mixing Pin? Ilermnn Uall toltl jKiitcesOW Tan Aconite', Sugar, Hyoscyamus ,. Go to Sunday School, May 7. and pigs to'llaVrlsoii Strange. Ipocas 8a8saira9. Peppermint, Mandrake, Capsicum G. W. Wlsenmii, of Ealilbco., Ithuhard, Dillard Douglas, of Levee, Honey and' Mtiriatc Ammonia, Bpent Sunday Wite J. W. Mize( was here Sunday. Glycerine, ft Is pleasant, healitig There itre n number of; new and sbMh'ng, raises the phlegm Dr. I. W. Julihson, of Stanton, cases .of measles on Hard wicks and gives almost Ins nnt relief. was here Monduyi Creek. r m i TV301 returned to Aki Mr. and Mrs' Lloyd Toild spent )- -. Siitn Mizo has pretiy surd to nitiko a Rood raco for this ofUce, and tho..4peoples could choose no hotter mati A Good Family Cough Syrup Sunday with Asa Todd. eer-ino- u - d For Sheriff. - Notice. ii m i , . the.!was called by the sudden Hardeath of his brother-in-laIm passed rison V. Williams. away Monday ninn-mi- ; as a .of. a .stroke of apoplexy, Mr. Williams, who w (50 veurs old, re--su- it wis and h' o in" apparently uood health, to a was tiiUn'oL' oue vuarr l inn ii.l-f.i- friend at he was ll ' lit' .iliiinsr t ma i. lie is jjirrvived by his w ife, one daughter, tw.i broiii.'is..in) live Fnsters p' i'ttliHUich- I. curved. to. " di iK-l- y "AVc desiro to state for the bchoflt.of those who are Interested, that Mrs. W. 0. Scale, who is Principal of the Clay City Graded School, has a Diploma from the Centenary College Conservatory of Cleveland, Tennessee and, also. aCer-tillcashowing that tshe has finished the four years' course of the Summer School of the South, University of Tennessee. In hddition to thenc diplomas, Mrs. Seule has a State High KjhonI Dlplnma, issued by the Dipsrtnirntaf Education, Frankfort, Kentucky, which entitles her to tench in any of the Puli-li- c or. High Schools of tills State for a period of four years. Kate S, Boiiann'an, Supcrintend-n- t Sheools. Powell County ; A. P. Johnson, Ch'n. te Worked at. the Parsite machine shop, was ddwn fFotn his lioiuu at Oanyel City tiesdny. f Kictp ci n n1 n n "tit nt ntntci nini R. L. Shinifessel cut his foot in a eeve're maimer a. few days ago while chopping some brush, but is able to bo around ugaiu King Emerald Chief 4396 King Emerald Chief will make the ensuing season at the (table of J. G. Patrick; near Stantoa Coflege, at the low price of TEN DOL- alright. D. II. Daniel hogs last week! LARS to insure a living colt. boubt a .left' Wright, of biz-gest nr of Hardtficks Crook, one of the hog breeders in the county, sold him 21 head K. L. Sliimfofsel cut his foot G. n . ijjvtrUEO in The Times. A, M. Hl'ROHKR, John M Kknno.v, W'm.C. Martix, Hoard of Trustess .t Clay City (traded Sulienl ll.OKwoTn, See. rather severly one day last wt'ek, while cutting some brush, and had lo hobble round with a came for a few days. King Emerald is a son of Emerald Chief,4of World's Fair fame. He stands 1 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 old. There is no better breeding herse in Kentucky, as a four-ye1 50 ar as his colts show. We' also have a fine JACKl which place at the fee. or will make the season at the same ar W n a. i mt Make Your Old Furniture Look Like New Ctrl Williams, .ot Lexington, motored up Sunday. Mrs. Williams, wIio.Ims. been veiling her parents hero for;several days, returned home with him. Drs. Lickhart & Goodwin. dentists, uf C.impton, have leas-ed the building of Mrs. Jenniol Russell, next to the Central Hik tul, and will occupy it about Muyj 1st. Tlmse wauling deutal workl 1 $8.00 To Insnrea Living Colt. L J. C. Patrick, Stanton, Ky. man ft wk. a PEE 6 done should call uiid see them us 15-Hiun as they are located, 3t. A JSquiape Deal. our customers in the best possible" manner attd to give them a square deal. We aim. IT's G an easy end inexpensive matter. apply n RE-NU-LA- Pee Gee makes old furniture, worn floors and woodwork look like new again. Try it. RE-NU-LA- its fino results and your own work. G and you'll be delighted with coat of Pee Gee B F. B.utinv'field, of Lexingf ton, who orgunized tho church Howeu several liiouthd ago, heli services there last Suturdav una Sunday, to 'good crowds. RcvS Shei niau R'ibbius has been select? ed as tho regular pastor and will 1 preach every .fourth Sunday. totreat Otip Stodfc' soleanand ftesh, and ouc prices are right. i Pee Gee Is a Slain' and' VamUh . combined. Come In 11 Natural Wood While, Cold and Silver Enamel. All sizes. C eel-ers- PEASLEE-GAULBER- T CO., Incorporated t : " Manufacturers Louisville, Ky. MRS. F. W. WILblAMS (LAY CITY, KY. Drs. I'ckharj anil Goodwin, fj Cniiiptou, have secured . tht building next- - to the Cunlnvl IJotel, and arujopjjuing. a deJitiU oilice. Both lhW;ieiit)Hieu att ellii'ient dtutflt'stttjid they- shouM njoy a Jaruu pMroujge. .Their' nflice will bo equipped with" all modern conveniences. " Give us a 1 trial. HeWU,iWaldron T'' .