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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): May 11, 1916 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1916 cla1916051101_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 11, 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. 6) Burgher 1 E ' ''- - jBr TIMES 2M;'P. O'MARA, Editor ' We are Here to HeJi Clav 6 yrotwiHn Cewriry and Ourselves. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. I vou -J- m OLAT OITY, KX, THURSDAY MAY J) J9IG. NO. J StAKTON. Attended Convention. E. N, Wilson. Edward N. Wilson, knowu to all in Clay City as "Undo Ed" passed peacefully away shortly after uoon Sunday last, May 7. Mr. Wilson was 76 years of nge aud a veteran of tho Civil war, having served in the Union army. For jthe past thirty years ho had resided here, having been for a loii time engineer at the old mill across the river, and Inter at the Swunn-Damill. Ho is survived by his wife, who was Miss Moliio Baker,- - and by four children, James, of Florida, Eddie who lived at home, Mrs. Birdie Anderson, of Mt. Sterling and Mrs. Maude Vaughn, of Counersvillc Iud. The funeral took place Tuesday morning, services being held at tho Presbyterian church by Rev. J. C. Hunley and Kev. J. W. Kerstctter. Services at the grave in the Clay City cemetery were conducted bv the Masons, of which deceased had been a member for over thirty years. As a token of respect. ull business huuse in i lie town were closed itiirJnti Jhe ae.tvices. y OwlBgft.g the greatly in(By P. O. Derthick.) creased (Tofttrof paper, Ink, ' Mesdames G. Hackworth, A. and othej;viwatetial ascd in M. Burgher, W. C. Martin and Mrs. Bottie Hardwiek'-returue- d getting out a newspaper, Tuesday from Winchester whore H. Waldron attended the Uuioft we niustjsk all our subshe has boon visiting her son, J. Christian Endeavor Convention scribers, who aro in arrears at Lexington last week, as dole-gatm. Bardwick. to pay iipLjtpok at the date from Clay City. They're : Mies Sarah Brasliear and Mrs. port that the meeting was ah T on your"paper and if you JO. LfiEversoleworein Winchester areiu arrears senu us iJiny oscellont .one, and that some iTuestiay of this week. . Cents' todvanco it. splendid, results were achieved-( ', Mrs. Robert Ewen und' heir TtTtTTtTtTttTTTTTTTTTTtTTt brother George Deriekson were :in Lexington on a shopping trip Soroo Question Tuesday. es Parents Allow Child to Die. f 7ie Misa Tilintie Willbughby left Tuesday for Winchester where she vwill .stay with her Uncle Goerge Porter and family for several days." Mr. Porter 'is very sick with rhematism. r ; Mrs. Henry Daniels has a new piano that was put in her home, this.week by a Lexington firm Miss Lillif-JPerJohnson left Tuesday ,f or. her home at Malaga .:1o await the result of an exposure ior measles. She will return if' Jthey do not develop. Beldoni gb'tid iSeiirs of Olay Git.y hij ',bu60 of rlif m aud had tq go to "" r Latest h he HnuitT. .v.. l c Judge ft A. PHHUps from the- report but nnne jflr, 1 $Br? FriUik:RMU ol LjfeiUe Ul of M. A. Phillips, formerly' wh,q ir pow living state tRtqlnw wltsxille,;, ia uuue renouo, aim ohw Stawfen, Clay CJtyTllest In a rcc6iit ftiiec of your paper. I saw a statement' 'ffkjie by our County Su- perintcnucRt ,0i Schools which wild: "The en Mriiiniount of school tax, na pull,- going to the both pro; ...,i.n ... und. after the Sheriff rlhquciH Hit,; will be in turrit roundn uuuu. ftiuu.w. unuiK uoiinquenw." in Inst week's issue ofjour, ceal ibomry, wliile trying to j correct stafement he 9fejUi;u p to this iuna, R8(rpUDUsiie ,111 regar fioubaVfi.the putjSio bciievo thaj. tlili ttiiiouht' uY&Z.aai.iU.' and lust to saUafmjMfWwhile in Stanton last nnu went the vourt-hous- o wcek Hni that trfe'8teVf ff's scttleinpnt which wa filcdAjfi stW' OlerkVoilice. shows hfni'fbf. the total,utuoHit eollecfed-nbI think Mirgeees ws 2.70S,7lj. The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Dau Strange jr. died a feu s days ago at their home on Creek, after it had received treatment from the father and mother, along the lines laid down by, the "Divine Healers". Although tho little one had been ill tor some days no medicine of of any kiud was given it, but Dr. W. C. Martin was called to diagnose the ailmeut, aud he told the parents, that it hnd developed spinal meuiugitis from teething Hard-wick- If t y i two y ofy bv- t, This f(feC'tfcat coutd be eat in .MBhi."vt EducitioBS and thi "feteref twhal ; Rev. L. F.. Mart jit closqil a bl$ meeting at the church on Cift" Tjo Thirteenth pi.strJet Creek, near Rosslyn, fonio Sua,' vention of "the Christian Church days-ago-, with 12 addltiofls. And will behold at Jackson June 2ud he had. 13 additions last Hunday It is desired that .s thi8 regular.FeryH'eKalBogQrs tofctho4th inany from Stanton find Cpay Cluipel'lapTtssiui:'8 !$fl the. City and other points in Powell Wonder if tin ApostoiicN limber County attend. This is going to will turn up i:: the udiiitmiisjjjlt be one. of the best convention Pino Grove in Clark, where he eyer held. Such speakers as Pres. begins i protracted meeting, next Saturday. i Continued on supplement pago Times lading tKePP touch with on. STANTON COLLEGE. Commencement Entertainments 20 Saturday May 20. Sabbath May 21, . i 3 i PROGRAM: 2 p. m 1 F Primary Ply; :. 1 a. m. Baccalaureate Monday May 22, 2 p.m. r Music Recital Tuesda'May.vlp-mWednesday May 24. Wigh.cipoliay Graduation Exercises of AJmmmm 1S;m4 2S mUs AtUrm by far. Dr. J. W. TjUr DnMK. Remember the Datts Saturday, tiny 34, T which will be Wtiiitgihiy, tysi iij $1, 864 37 then. He QrlttefsesAaBKdy whon anyone Jeavei off. part ptStt"atement, but lie is a;Past, Master .at' the ame, and o, and behold 1 he leaves off tho poll ke gieai toi make Ilia division, which iachool tx- - just, tljo same as the other. Then be adds more to It than he, outs, oft, jond the greater part of it rot school tax, but paid out of , Cutting the levy for 42,70h.73 in two nnd making It leave $3,u00.00, lg aome stunt, but ho must have used the same system as when ho said "It coBt Adair county, including Su perintendent's salary, and all other ex penses. to send 8t8 pupils to 80 schools dally the term, 14105.03:" On page 183 of Ky. School Report we sea there the salary of Adair's Super intendent was $l,OU0.UO per year. We don't know what the "other expenses" amounted to, but just take off the 11,000.00 ana it leaves $2,405 03 to bo divided between 80 schools, which would be a little less than $27.70 for each school. Thai would not pay the salary of one teacher one month Bo ynu see how. rediculous suuii a statement, Mid there is just as much in most of the others he makes In re Some gard to schools of.the county. party writing in taaae columns stated a few days ago that wo.should not expect anything favorable toward public schools to appear hi that paper, and wo feel sure now that ho knew what he was talking about, Agiln, ho goes back to report made in 1012, which report only Includes 8 as the present in months of that cumbent took charge Ih the fall of 1811 'WwT tpert"Ws aade as of June, sBdconuMMwt with fulUera trustees' who report 9f 191.' took the census 1mm to wait for their money and. (4m ifM.'swwan, amounting as well as to t4WJW,. was iai, iter taking 1MB ostmi, "which amount- e4. to tlL8,76, UHMttaf disbursement larger lku usu4k AM vt thU can be to tha Med in tfie tax-wliecounty-purposes1 eouher would be only amoung his neighbor 3reftB? tp; distinguish hii from Wunolejtf iiieJama. njinie aiiih organized for the seasw ewsi a numbenot'the best people in days ago, and thep'rospects nre that neighborhood have expressed (hat we will have," a team that their opinion of his treatnienr of will clean up 'many of those in the child' in uo gentle terms. this end of the etate The line, The grand jury will be called on up has not been definitely fixed to investigate the child's death yet, but among those in line to thoroughly at their next session. play nre Hay White, Crate John son,Bryee Kincaitl, bhelny Meeting. (Pan-1, - BaiTeam Organized. trouble, ana that unless, it treatment it. would die, but that he cooTd!- relieve its sufTering and possibly eirect uncomplete cure, by treating it. This the parents refused to allow him to do, declining even to give the child a laxative although it had a high fever and was suffering considerable pain. As a part of the treatment the mother hud fasted for several days, and consequently had uo nurse for the child, nnd' in iu weakened condition it was unable to assimilate any other food. Strange is a well to do farmer on Hardwicks Creek, Known recei- ved-Immediate - Martin, Austin Johnson, Jake Hutchison, Roy Bowman, Gen. A meeting has been called for Derickson, Ohas. Grooms, Cordis at the bcIkkiI house Saturday Lyle Hazelrigg aud night, to discuss road matters Lairson, Everett Highley. and everone interested in the Arrangements are under way to pikes is earnestly invited to at. 8ecuru grounds for playing on tend and take part in the dionsproand several games have already ,81011. Several important positions will be submitted. spoken for. been - 1. CAR The largest shoe factory in the country makes less than on:-fortieth of the entire shoe output, but the I'ORD MOTOR COMPANY builds half of all the automobiles made in America. This volume is necessary to yr, ad supply tlje demands of people, who arc looking for ecouomy at a low cost. Get Yours Today, 1916 Touring Car 1916 Roadster Three K-M1-S, (Five Paweager, fe4 isMiii 4 Mm PRger .... F. O. B. Detroit for $440 $390 Thecc Price sVi-wWfl- if AIL FREE except the High &hoii Bay 15 awnrf qijili jr wUitt vry Pldv The ,.touovv(tK and ajr cenjts admiJtton". Iturshums ef iIwiH A. T. Whitt, Ford Cars Clay City, Ky. Pqw4l Ceuaty. bw 3. Distributor o( ,je .4 - 7 THE TIMES. A Democratic Newspaper Elfhteen Years Old The lest Weekly In this Section. M. P. O'Mara Entered as ter at the Post Ky., under tho Mnrch 3, 1879. A HOME-MAsecond-class- Editor " mail mat- Office at Clay City, Act of Congress of fanatical belief of the 'parents, who, if. they had to 'suffer half what that helpless child did, would have renounced their belief and been content to allow a physician to do what ho could to alleviate their suffering. People of this kind can usually stand by and see others suffer what they could not themselves endure ntid it is time that a atop was put to this kind of "religion." It is to be hoped that the grand jury will go into the. matter thoroughly and fix the responsibility for this child's death were it rightfully belongs. HatesWhickens and nB&wsr too Woman's Interest "Jm; ands 'of-jPeopf- 3tiry will Hold Thous- THERE IS Many a man who can't build a chicksev- Everywhere en coop in a week, who can finish eral air castles in a night! Dtmm en-- but 'I h'ate theleojvs and chick' ens," said Mrs, "Effi&Ed wards, of 810 Mill street, Locklatid, O., in paraphrase of afpopular song of the cubarets. . and milk "I have tor so long mat igust oatrt iook at. a hen or a cow" .with friendly eyes," she explained laughingly. "When one's diet is restrictad to the products of "our friends of the barnyard furweoks and .then months, it is like.'tqddenly stepping futo a little paradise of con tent to find all oftfhe good things of former days UiJcK on your own bill of fare." Mrs. Edwards' jsthry will hold interest for thousands of men and lived-'oReggs FINISH the chicken ftjwlts c9Vr( cfmake a The feUew wke wed te whisker sweet nothings te a girl new has te sidestep the feKew wbe makes a Mitt like real mmiey. The substitute for dream is CAS- H- starts DE PAPER. MAY 11. 1910 County Convention Savings Account Clay City National Bank PAYS 3 PER CENT COMPOUND INTEREST Pursuant to the order of the Democratic State Committee made. April 14th 191G, I hereby call a Democratic County Crin ANNOUNCEMENTS ventiori to meet on Saturday, May 20th, 191G, at 2 o'clock p.m., Wo nro authorized to nnnounro itt the Circuit. Court room nt G. W. GOURLEY Stanton, for the purpose of se- women who would of Beattyville, Lee County, Ky., welcome, i s as a candidate for Judgo of the Court of lecting delegates to the De she did, freedomjTriini a diet. Appeals for the Seventh Appelate DisState Convention which "I have long been a sufferer trict of Kentucky, subject to the action convenes in Lexington May 54th, from stomach trouble," she exof the Republican party at tho primary 101(5 for the purpose of select inn oleetion to bo held August 0, 1016. plained. "I pa id ; i pain for ev delegates to the Democratic Na ery meal,l.Ate;here was the tionul Convention to be held nt daily headache, that appered soon We are authorized to announce St. Corn's, Mo., on June 14lh, ROSCOE VANOVER after breakfast taljd stayed ,for 1910. and for the purpose of ef of Piko county, as a candidate for lunch and supper" My sleep, lifJudgo of the Court of Appeals for the fecting tho party organization. ter the hours osiiffering, was All known Democrats of Pow Seventh District of Kentucky, subject broken aud gaxgme. no real rest. to action of the Republican party at ell cou ity are earnestly and cor I had. no epergyj jvas .tired all the primary, August 5th, 1010. dially invited to attend the coun the time, audfel was just long" ty convention. days if disconteH", The next grand jury will bo Luther Loving, "In the hopeof improving I. called on to investigate the death Sect. County Committee. began the diefbfboiled milk and of a six months old infuut, who boiled eggs.. ,A4X was faithful. was allowed to die at the home STQKELY For weeks! kei&this diet anl:l of its parents in this county, as a Tflsult of jtlieir belief in the science of --'Divine Healing."', "Keif f&tate 'art Jnwrae. VThe.ichUd, was", fallen II vyith one1 J W& lay,, and Sell JFarra lna;City of tlitj ODininiin. ailments incident anytljiniS wllnoaijrects., to teething, liuf neglect of it in Property of all kinds. We am 'fmr.thafufifpayi from. tlx matter of medical treatment' nice farms in Clark and adjoining c lined it to develop spinal mo- counties for sale or rent.- Write, us But m; appetite isgo,pd, uy unting, one of the most dreaded what you want. sleeps Ijrsound, jaidiifreflhingi We write all kinds of Insurance. of childhood troubles. While nge!r aud, ihyilio'usewoski. tv disease was in the early this ' TRACY AND ST0KELY. , an' irritating, dlllj(jdltsk. stage a physician was called to Ue;eHSonf jpiv'et iaken Office, Main Street, Winchester, Ky. p'les his opinion on the case, and Tun lac, tjie !M irtrint Medicine' ho adviB 'd tho parents that unW liv ah'ouid 1 liSitMt'.t"d Tecnin- less it received immediate treatTHE WINCHESTER BANK, ment the child would die, but of "Winchester, Ky. . whojuilera as they, expressing their belief in Throughout the ihtry therej $100,000 Capital Stock the divine healing, refused to aro more than l,0Gtfj(KH)r people and Undivided allow him to do anything to $200,000 who will say, as does Mrs. EdProfits lieve the pain of the little one. wards", that there iffuo medicine Even a simple laxative, udoseof N. Holly Withcrspoon, President. thtit acts so favorably on ail Cashier, castor oil, which the child was in W. It. Sphar of the atonlschVltver and was refused, YOUR ACCOUNT SOLICITED. ments immediatemeed of, kidneys or caturrhaj-affections- , and owing to tho mother having or is so good a toniefappetizer fasted for some days, the child CLEANING AND PRESSING. and iuvigoraut as TjKlJic, "which was unable to receive the necessis now being introduced iu Clay I am ready to do your Clean ary nourishments from her. City at the store o'fjEoton & Good work This sort of thing ih carrying ing and Pressing. WM religious belief too far. If is guaranteed and charges reason7 not so bad when a grown person, Tanlac may bo obtained in able. Orders left with J. Bloom in full charge of their own actions Stanton a t HardwVck' & On. ; will receive prompt attention. will allow their fanatical beliefs Bo we n, Day & King; College to bring suffering on themselves, JAMES WILLIAMS, Hill, Ointer Bros.'Torrent, J but when they take a helpless in Taylor Dayj IrtineIrylne Drug fant to try their experiments on Co.; (Jeuet, GenaTCash Store'; For flood BarfeerlfcR Try it is going too far, and the people Valtersyiile-- , HeurWaldron. A. P. Johnson of their neighborhood are justi ' fled in the expressions they have Advertising in TteSTimes w!U la the old stand, next to the Red made regarding them. The pay you. Jl you dw'f belicyc It River Hotel. mother of the child fasted for several days as part of tho treat Shampeeing and Scalp Treatment let us convince youby a trial. mont for the child, that when her milk failed she took Keep your SkM LU?j Mid Healthy some nourishment "for the sake There is only onerwav to have a TREES. of the child." Her belief iu the dear, healthy rompjjg&ui.aBd that trees, divine healing could not have Fruit and Onnuneattd la to kep the bowi aetlve and been very strong or she would Shrubs, Grape Viaes, Ibttbarb, As rogular. Dr. KinjjjSr.N Life have believed' that the diviue paragus, Peo&s,. PWox, Hoses, etc. Pills will nake YOttf HHilxi0B power that was to heal the child tkeljewpl8 EVERY THING FOE ORCHARD, .healthy and clear, would also have provided food gently, sllwalate tliYar, leanse. GARDEN. LAWN AND for it. We have frequently thesystem aad m'iUm blood. NO AGENTS PS IE CATALOGS noted cases of this kind, but A fpigadid pri'itt iHMlNe, 25a H. F. HHsHMsyw: lew. at your PruggUt. very rarely one so utterly inIiexiagtea, Ky. human, where a child was caused 5 to suffer for days and then ft Blank at Tke AdverttM la Tb fines. to dip, by reaiton of f'e Times Mkfeti THURSDAY. mo-crat- 11 STANTON COLLEGE, KY. STANTON, Students Admitted at Any Time One of the --Best Schools in Kentucky. Courses in Agriculture and Domestic Science. , Review QaMes in the Common Branches will be Coaducled throughout the Term. 7W t By paying part of their .Expenses, in 'Wprk,sStuclents Rates at: the Dormitory as.loy as $'5o per . -- t r - WeekV' Vu ,mayge Tsrr r- have-som- e J Ror .InjorrnaUon "rite to '' - &ev. j. C Hanley. Stanton, Ky. Fx: It Always Helps says Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., in writing of her experience with Cardui, the woman's tonic. She says further: "Before. I began to use Cardui, my back and head would hurt so. bad, I thought the pain would kill me. I was hardly able to do any of my housework. After taking three bottles of Cardui, I began to feel like a new woman. I soon gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework, as well as run a big water mill I. wish every suffering woman would give Mo-Ouir- CARDUI littie bad, still. use Cardul' when 1 and k always does me good." Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness, feelings; etc, are sure signs of womantired, worn-o- ut ly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui the woman's tonic You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui for your trouble, It has .been helping weak, ailing women for iKHe than fifty years, v a trial.! The Woman's Tonic W 'hi -- . 1 .V. : uei a Dome roaayi "we but-sai- m fci DANIEL B-e- AXLE GREASE USE" t4 rmW . Ml aS Atut don't tiaoii to Jbvit reciM , once a 4 ed Wt. Kh'fa?iAjf.ty;C"AS; CTSTW.L CiL CO. UriMjt If. V I ':Vi!?4 fci.L.: - STANTON.. (Continued from First Page) Crossfield of Trannly vania Univer-Hity- , Walter Frazee and J. II. Hilton oPLouiaville, Rev. J. II. MacNeil of Winchester, W. H. Elliott of Sulphur, J. T. Mo Garvey of Huzel Green, Mrs. Louiso Campbell of Lexington, Mrs. Mary Walden of Danville, Miss Bnardmau of Carlisle, Mrs. Rose Wells or Highland College and others will be on the program. Free entertainment, will he provided for all who attend. The writer who is President of the District and Mrs. Robert Coulee tne Secretary desire that Powell County be well represented - ! ... WL-- ' crrafcKs a jvisor nilKerHl C huuelrvC4,INff . . WiHiifynSfiiolii jjStPi on ii- - r aiWviciiiiiylaaCwe'ek : . Sunday 2: 80, p.m. Three Girls. Services will be held at lite Mesdames James Smethers, Presbyterian church next Sunday afternoon nt. half past two o'clock. Grill" Adams ami John Admits, v alter Tlmcker was inLsxing The subject for the dav will be are all the proud possessors of ton this week. "What a Mother Does For Us." pretty baby girls, which the J a vie Johnson was in Lexington stork, assisted by Dr. Martin, on business last week. Mrs. Emerson Con'ee and two left with them this past werk. hildren are all qoitp ill with Robert Morris was in Bowen A Card of Thanhs. tho measles. They have been last Saturday on business. confined to lite house for some A. T. Stewart, made a business days. Mrs. Ida On rr is also quite We desire to thank our many trip in Winchester last week. sick with the same trouble, and friends for their kindness to us a large number of children about during our bereavement. W. F. Adams arrived home town and throughout the county ft out Detroit, Mich, last week. To the undertaker, to the physick rae sicians and the nurse, to Bro. Reynolds visited Everett to Hanley, and flte friends on Soul h Fort; over Sun Mrs. Is. A irn wts "iio'i 'o an lltnse ivliii!.e.iit lloweis: To evday. v Lexington Mondac to attend the ery one, we extend our thanks. Miss Mamie Denckson was in f'ineril of Mrs. EmnHine Irvin Dr. C. D. Manstield, C wper, wh i died at. her home in L 'Xj.ligtoii last WeeK on a tshopp And Family. Umatilla, Fla. Mrs. Cooper was ing trip. the wife of Rev V. B. Cooper, ' Mrs,. Prewitt of Windiest o ; ill iuna formerly chaplain tit the State Buys Good Farm. Avoid Spring Colds wiii, visiting her daughter Mrs, baptismal service at 'lie nsmit penitentiary, and was :t sister of j Fred Blackburn, last week. Sudden 'fhaiijdS. high winds. place.- A'.' cordial mv jtntion i the late Rv. R. A Irvin. Siptire Clots. Welch closed a Prank P, Russell of Louisville iilftliig"'S'itJoii iMU colds ftiuf extended deal Thursday morning for the "l""' iiteu.i these is visiting his many friends in. irripp. mid these pnnu colds r' services Miss Unrriet Searles, of Clay Green Snowdeii farm Jon Hard-- " and around Staeton this, week nil'! diegernu and are iiiinov h.ii City, was here Thursday nisrht, wicks Creek. This farm of lik'nlv to unh nihi ii chronic Miss Arvie Littleton of Carter enrnute home from a trip to Knox-vill- twenty acre- - is situated right in e og'b. In such ctser take t last week-- on a She was met here lv here the heart' of the oil section, and Oountv rentJiiyilof Dr King's $ew I Ms. fa her, who accompanied her it- is said the Sqaire paid a pretty. price for it on . tins nccountr." iverv, .a plen.-ni1iX'itive lar home Friday morning. Mr,. Srnir- - sti.tf .. .Mritr. MiidiiinSEiif- Wine he'Bter' . . YiuM-Conversio- EPWORtllffisAQUE May 22 the Song. Music Recital, May 23 play by Lords Prayeri tho high school scholars to which Topic, unselfuihiSorvice. air admission will be charged, Scripture Leeiloo Jus. 1 25 and 15 cents, May 31 Gradu3&iLuko ating exercises and the address Leader, MisaJTanuie Mounlz. will be given by Dr. . W. Tyler 8qiiu. of Danville. To know that ho is What it meaijVito be a Ohristuin to give tho address will be enough MissEtheTI'Joh uson. to draw a large crowd. Further Some ProofsJliHt we are Chris- particulars will bo given next Mr..DsG. Jonlaii, taiiin. week as to the closing exercises. Special SongMrs. J. B. Eaton, Go to Sunday School Day who Miss Eihel Duncan and Mr. J. L. , largely attended all over the Duncan. ways'of proving our Three state of Kentucky. Tho goal of one million in Sunday School was Christianity. N.i 1. Miss Rutl(cE:ition probully reached. There were N 2. 6 V jUSrt' 239 at the Preshyteriau Sunday No Jj. Miss AiRsliiie H izelrigg 145 at the 8i'hool in Stanton and in Miss Yu How tine it Christian Church. ArrsVW J. tVountz would he if. we could have this Chi .. many every Sunday. There is lii':(Ylioi. not reason why we shouldn't The wriler attended the Lost Creek Sundy School in BreathSunday itt. County where special exer Special Services cises were held There were 180 D.n, mi... i ik iiiiiiMii'ln-rR- ' present' which is fine tor there w ill hespecinl services at roniitrv school. clior. h T ie III. lt(sVji5$jBeJi Pllrvin. will pHrr, CHItlSTIAN ENDEAVOR th- - oi irnini.' tnke or Subject for Sunday : services, ,,'AjWiiiJier'rt Sacrifice." The What Dom-- (Jhrist want and at the vhjthjservii'e, i us 15; 12 Id. Tliree ' FootiRt)! the Bible". Lender, Miss Josephine Hazel-"gg- . ImiheiljHteiyjTttfyfcr fjiiiiti t. ijnooi inl the uory.(n: tliere will he special ordination service, ami nt the college. May 21 the L 22-2- The ladies of Clay City und vicinity will give an ice cream nnd strawberry supper at the Cassidy Building, Saturday night. Blank Oil and Gas Leases for May 20, 1010, for the Benefit of the Clay City Cemetery. Sale at The Times Olllce. All are cordially invited and I0CAL fl I Ice Cream and Strawberry Supper. HP mm Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Bunch, of Pilot View, in Clark, werp visit ing Mrs. RunclvsRous, A. M and Asa Buraher, Saturday ami Sun day. PnKSBYTKTUAN any one wishing to make dona tious of ':akes or strawberries, will please leave the same with Mrs. Jennie Russell, Mrs. J. or Mrs.Uoyt. Rusacll. CllOnOH n Bi-n- e !iri-.liiju- ;8 lu(it ali pall-beare- rs, j ludo.-.lolii- -- "f - 'i sum-uu- r e. - was-her- e - it - f.)fi'iiintinsiniie?8rills T n j'ni a ii.ti.n'k f,ynpit. fiiuiibv. ,ajid helps brepk - ... tllH.r Its airt-ai- h TT iVl Of f la VlOlt. 'JiiS'.iHk and relatives in Louis-viilinirf rieuds t Dr Kind's Nev for ti few weeks. She'wilJ il tlieil fur .ier 40 i ii probably return liorne next week. Dnitata wepred. hp; I mixing" or fussinir, our ilnitfgist for a houl Disi-ove- r '. I, .1 l&ti'OIIlVltl' llrtUCC.1 itKinir. Tur ll3Y" soma time at Pollytoii, in Whit,f ann cneinisis oi mo re,irpue Companv of Clay City. Win- ly county, and returned tl'terwr" Tnursdiiy afternoon. chester Democrat Jr iKrrne7fthet:hte.f'i5itihc,r vfcj .. . ...... 'i-- I e Mil, ScIkhiN Mrs. A. T Stewart left Satur day for Hazel Green to visit home folks for a few days. A.' T. is keeping bach while she is away, Mrs. Earnest Lloyd and Child ren of Lexington and Mrs. D F Jartnii of Kingston, N 0. art; visiting tho family of Mr. James , lieattendniu'eat tlio .Sunday f"ll a JitUp hplow Inst, year, owing to the epiilpinlp of tnensloa wlitch hn been cninj; round rThi- - MitondancK at tlin .ttil ' i I"'' nt till" Sletli-1- . stlnli liurj'll anil at tli' I'resb.vterian 51 Ghr - 01 tr ' !a- -t 3'ind-- r BBBBBBBBBBBBBaW " iHL1 Judge J. $ , Stevenson w Williams. Gopher Martin arrived home from Middletown, 0. last Friday and left Saturday for MbRoberts. Ky. .to play bull the coining season with the team at that' place. tion in Jiidge ,1 Ivenso'i, f incnesier iiMie.i!ii to o.era W.Hshinatii-.- ''i week Sanford Oaudill nt- - Travelers Rest, Owsley 'County--, wis here last Saturday to take' his diVugh- ter. Alpha, homo. She has been attending Stanton College for several months. We are soon to have a new depot at Stanton.. The plans 1 fi'nvn hinn drawn on and work will commence as soon ns the material can bo gotten here. It 11 Diversified Knnl1!' Agriculture Agriculture e h tr"T industry In tho west ot EngUnd, where it is Dairying potablo for Its diversity and cattle and .iheep falsing are carried on in Somersetshire. The Ched dar cheese industry is, situated there. Beautify Your Home With, ! POWELL & JACKSQK Writers of all Klndsjof Fire, Life. Tnrnado, Llghlnlng wd Hail Insurance.. We are alsofagents for the Illinois Surety Comp?nd are prepared to do a general Bonding busi- IU Wlttl fUUVU UIIU t 1JUIII4 pretty much on the1 same site where tho present depot stands, This will bo good news for every boby in Stanton and vicinity. The Tennyson Literary Society gave their closing exercises nt he. College Ohapel Monday night and they were well attended. The program rendered whs certainly appreciated. The proceeds will be used to farther the work of Ihe Society. There was an adj mission fee of 5 cents and iUwi well worth tho niotiry. , On Saturday May'30 the closing Primary exercjseswi)! take phico HVWW ij nwua "KIO ness. POWELL Sam W. Powell Office In & "door, how Tour lloor . or itmkura, you can aMlly reAoro to foraar beauty and brlsbtoeM tlm-wo- mttriOw bd)y acratched your JACKSON Ltnvllle Jackson Tbf Mt Mt coat of Paa.Caa. lb MuUa 1 tmill, are uia CowtHuse. Kentucky Winchester coma (a 11 Natural Wood colora, SHyar JaamL Wfcfta, Gold and pKE GEE AH !, Try T U toJiy' WHIN YOUrjjfANT A SHAVE 0K?:iUI ft A ,PEASLEE-GAULBERj- CO. LOUJSVHXK, KY, OUT r iUoukAw A letter from Mr. and Mrs. E. VAUGHN'S MILL. McGlone, who ate now in forward Beirne, Ark., asks n Witlk Barnett bus moved Th Times tn that addres- - for them, as thev did not want to miss a single issue. They had the J. T. Wright spent Sunday with-.misfortune to lose all their his sister, .Mis. J. W. Mize. effects when the boarding Miss llovt Mize spent Sunday : house in which they were with her cousin Mattie Mize. was destroyed by lire. George Hall is able to ba out James G. Rogers, candidate again, after an attack of rheufor the Republican nomination matism. for sherifi of Powell county, is Born to Mrs. Everett Barnett not letting any aniss grow under on the Tilt, ugul; and to Mrs. his feet, but iscirculating arnuiid Dusk Curtis, a boy. among his friends and getting in George Dunaway and family some uood licks. Mr. Rogers spent Saturday night nnd Sunday will bo n hard man to beat for with G. W, Clark. the nomination, ami will give the Mrs. Riley Hall and family Democrat that opposes him a good spent Saturday with her sister, run for his monev. Mrs. Davit Ros.-'-, in Clay City. . t VI' n Helen, or tue urm oi tioien Mrs. Sallie Owsley is spending u. and Sherman, oil contractors and a few davs this week with her operators,, of Sullivan, Ind., sister Mrs. Hun is of Clay City. came in Monday to look over the .1 F. Smith was called to Montfield, preparatory to drilling some to be at the wells for different parties here. gomery county (f. II. of his brother-in-law- , His rig is now on the way from who died Sunday. Mr. Prut her, git Hi vn n and will be set up on the 70 years of age, anil as it arrives. Prat her was Clarke leuse as soon was a higl.ly respected citizen. Mr. Heien, who bus had consider15 years ago and he able exportenco in tho different His wife died is survived by five children. oil fields of the country, expressed himself as well pleased with the outlook here, it being much recently added some b'tter than he had anticipated new type and equipment to our fuom the reports he bad seen, office, and we arc now prepared to and ho complimented those who turn' out any kind of job work for have been sending out tho reports you on short notice. When you on the conservative estimates want that next lot of printing they made of the prospects. douo, give us n chance at it seiuling'it out of tho county. B. per-nonstop-pinsw , v bed-sid- e We-hav- e -- be-fo- ro ,'ilRS; f r. W. WILLIAMS, TONSOKUZAWOItK CALL H, Ctay City, Ky, to settle everything" said Uncle Ebon Old Papers "all dard be to a baseball game Is dc Time Office. wit do uraplre." 'scusslont As to Argument. "FA arfiuruetit could be depended on for Sale at Tho "bbbbbbbKWI' BLflNK PAGEISI i ' ' 'T--' 5 Hardwick & J? Co. f 5 Sole Agents for Arrow Srirts and Collars. T arrow Shirts "TreW shirts look pretty much alike. The a tuft i-- have a complete line of Men's and Boys sfclothing, Hats, caps, shoes, oxfords, neckwear, silk and cctton sox, underwear in both union suits and fWe also t'Ffii rr (Mono ouito, uvu'jjiwt pturo vv wan- - pile ' that's in them that means wear or worry There is only one sure guide on shirt quality; the label of the maker of the gar ment The ARROW is the O. K. mark of he largest manufacturer of shirts in the world. It's your guide to shirt satisfaction. Insist on the label because it means that you will Ret a garment guaranteed in cverv resrjeet - , N does not show. Hart, Schaffner & Marx and the Matchless Brand clothing. Walk- -1 T T T T T T T T T T 'I y tiver shoes for men. Stet- orana ffson ana Astor hats. T" 1 tm&i ft 13 v You women and girls give u Mn in rteea of milinery, silk and cotton hose, gloves, under- jwear, corsets, unbrellas, n kwear, belts, house dresses, aprons, middy blouses, nightgowns, waists, skirts, combs, pa:ter i tri. am i3, dr'essj.goods, shoes, oxfords, etc, etc. Shoes for Women, We sel; Call and see our Spring' anti S Our goods are new and nods 'inl&ll lines: and ; ' If vok 3V" 'Goods' of Quality. merchandise at low prices, quality 4stednn 4j& . V..'ft considered, don t' fail to en ... . , Am T "t .5 ? ueen-Qualit- up-to-da- te up-to-da- te , I STANTON, KENTUCKY CORN MEAL ' t f. ower the insurance nit, and Oli.iirin ui Board of Trustee-- . several applicutinus were rend Attest (i. Hackworth, nud i"Uch has nevt't lieeii ttif'H-n com i(l tl. P manufacture the st of m,nwy wrnAeA Iimb Secretftrv Board of Trustees. ever) Charley Motntoflhnfof Canipton Jet.. for the positions of principal' My 1l)ci'inKiTii'-njomeal in I?astcrn' Kentucky. of waijierv Sunday, .yj, the un.mIiiMii-'vn- n and toucher nf the school- - fur the Olay Oifv, Muv 5, 1910. meat is all ground' in a water our Rood and efficient Board of Edncn-mif- i. Dork Deharl andratfe, of 8tanton, coming: year, but notlune ilelinire Try it once and vou will'J,,n nnd y. H .:an't oriti. vUitlng the family of J. II. Mc was decided on in this regard. .alwayi use it. For sale in. Clay'w , M:(hiV,.(( ,u A (jood Family Cough Syrup aid City by T- J KIRIC, C. SHIM-- , i ,m wln '! !!. Ewen. oT. pjMa6ma, writes a mi ri' ORDINANCE. rv InterestlnK'leterabQUt wlmmv and HENkh W'AL- - tii)ii to encourHgetmr the oil Can be made by mixing P ne. ' tit- u. " in 'hr, in which h has been engaged DRON. itr ugar, Hyoseyanms, The Board of Trustee' of the Tar. Aconit.. ihl "isi- ud rpcnt and di ur W ycars. the pa' GEO .P. BURKri, Ipe- is, Peppermint. lsit ' rn, and spt laH . lium town of Olny City do ordain as Sassafras bt Dennis has.been appointed follows: It" shall be un (l,.Htet:U to public HrluioK Mandrake, Capsicum Rosslyn, Ky. unlawful Khubard ItVotild te folly to cull tli Board of rnaeUtrate in this district in placo of for any barber shop in the ,Town ; Muriate Vmrnnnia, Honey "d 31c- 'en Spurlock dese'd,, and J. II. u " mut tn a't Glycerine It is pleasant, hen ing ter that hud been acted upon, und, Dmlel was appointed Constable to of Ciny Uity to bo open for aud sooth'ng. raisea tho phleuui, placo of Win'Ashley, who had business on any Sunday. especially bo, when thoy state that if take the Clay City Construction Co. Any violation of this ordinance and gives almost in ant re'ief. called they would take the game action, the misfortune to lose both legs. We Clay Cky, Ky. we he, tin they kiew it trait best urn! the order are proud of onr newf officers as shall be punishable by h flue of For convenience of those who yvould remain. , cris they are menj who will regard not less tliun one nor more than not t fuss, it is supplied re ly We notlee that the same Editor hao their oith of office and will mete out made in 2o bottles under i me " Contracting Brick Layers.-- No live dollars. cousidf rabU to say in regard to the justice to all. Pine.Tar-IIoo.-Any ordinance or part of mi of Dr Bell' tee small attendance in the publle ttchools of the job tee large-Ne- ne, John Wynn and M; LItrell visited county. If al our good parents weio their ordinance conflicting with this Cm be had at our drutrgisf. In-families here over Sunday, and oe pet tint' Dr. Bell's Pine T ir of the tiuuie calibre a the Editor of report that they had 'to! move their nil one be, and the atm is hereby Estimates Furnished Better Kurina ttpd Kuada, und refuted rig from the farm whore they first revoked. Ilimev ami that the 'ortno In to permit their children to attend hii Satisfaction Guaranteed paekatr n the went to'drilJwiuto. suit. to settlti A I'. Johnson of the imiilie icliTTbla. our attendance Q who owns the lease ;the owner of the would f'nnffimcd ffoni First Papi'i SLADI. :- b-- ,et n - tW . - Intci-etttM- ttnc.i-FK3SK- L tln'it-kimv- , -- . - I li'ift-thu- refer y. it io Rheumatic I'ala Stopped . Tlie drawing of muscles, the sow Hiin t)e(, .Bjiftnee aid agonising of RhuiiiualiPH) qniukly yield to rflomi'i Liniment. It stimulates crcalation to the painful part. Just- apply a direclod 'to I lit) &o-- e - fot. wit yarmth, and Mere's have bad wonderfu I uMMlyer Linimtnfc or my knee. To f Link one appliuutioti ttave we relief, Soiry I liaveu't to lull you the history. :M Thanking you for what yoHr ?ewdy Jhkwi ,$, Fw-. haa doM fer. nw.". roHfort 'I peof-r-- it In a 4hort t:rau the way to a tingling $euiiUon ain of Phrkda, imnt kills pal h. 4r. at prnggiw. F. $lea ' Lis land having leasedto, two parties. They willSnovo ncarFurnace as soon aa their tnnta arrive, they being unable mer, qult.knocking, and go tq boosting. to secure a house. Onr Board of Education has always informed the Fiscal Court as tp the needs of tlm school fund, and the Flu Town ca) Court has approved of the expend!' tures and is perfectly capable of at tending to their business, without The Town BaNj met In re listening;, fprametwent, to theadvlee gular s8siot) KriihiyJ; niuht. Dr. of one whoottinlnd snia to be so poU- - Martin tendered hi resignation eiitd ajtalnst the. sclioow and school qfregret, Jatrs of thtt county. He would not which was HCceptM;wIth ..,...- -. only criticise every trustws aa tiu liua trikuai'' nurv vuliiithln members, of the Board Education, member, but Iny uhw too much the Fiscal Court, but takes a rap at taken up, with vHJpH practice to the 1912 Legislature 'that pawed the IU)W I) i ni tatlv3rheiiieetii)K9 Uw fixing salaries of Qeutity Superlu nance was Am than teoo nar more regularly MtHdnt at not ! piiaaed cnmpell than i'i,X), r atiHum, awl would Sun havfl ua infer tliat our Circuit Jwlm shppaof th daya,. An g$Pfl made, Uen in thia ftMJirty, hw) Wrd la kls to Clw repairs Wo would think it moro commend able if he would put up his little ham hafts beenZEItO. BoardfMeets. - .- dee AduOmnt IiAivtd lUMtar, mad to "JM to THORNHILL WAGONS Are Sold in Powell County by EATON 6z McGUIRE Kentucky Clay City, 10CALP D. Big Well Struck On Wise Farm Jtr Oil development was given a good boost here by the bringing in of n fine well Tuesdity on the or .HRk . tte Prince Albert gives smokers such delight, because 0. Cntbtree was in Sunday. Win. Wise farm, u short distance The well wns from Union Hall. Wednesday and the op pumped 260 bar- a Blank Oil and Gas Lenses for orators reported that rel tank was filled in 10 hour?, Sale at The Times Office. without lowering the oil in the A. U. Barnes, of Ironmnund, well to an extent, which would was liere Wednesday on business. indicate its production to run about 850 to 400 barrels a day. Mr. and Mr. Milton Allen, This will not only enlarge the left Wednesday morning for Now proven area in the McKiuney York. Mountain section, but encourages it will oxteud in a the belief Henry Waldron lost' a valuable northerly that direction and include cow last week, from parturition all the territory on Hardwicks fever. " creek. Then? is now only about Miss Beulah Asbury, of Okla- four"milP8 between the Estill homa, is the guess of Miss Koxie pool and the OJay City production and attempts will be made Akers immediately to connect up i he (Jil. T. G. jturat, of Win tw& fields, several operators h.iv-inehester, was here Monday mi already made locations in business, that vicinity and the work will . . f .Mr. and Mrs. W. j. Mouutz be pushed as rapidly as the rigs were in Lexington Monday, on can lie moved onto the ground. New arrivals-arcoming in daily business. and any leases being now secn- h"r t"rni basK Attorney Harvey Lil of ed iri' "r Winchester, was here Thursday E. P. Shaw, f St. Louis, win on business. is a member of an oil syndicate Misa Halite ttogeis visited re- composed of E. U. Orowe, form latives in Mr. Sterling Monday er Attorney General of Missouri umf Tuesday. and other St. Louis operators was here this week 'looknm over Dr. M trtin was called to up some the field. Mr. ShaW-tooTuesday morning on proleases and will return shortly to fessional business. g . Fil-son its flavor m to different and to delightfully good; it can't bite your tongue; it can't parch your throat; you can smoke it as long and as hard as yeu like without any comeback but real tobacco happiness 1 On the reverse aide of every package you will read : Prince-Alber- t " PROCESS PATENTED JULY 30th, 1907" ' That means to you a lot of tobacco enjoyment. Prince Albert has always been sold without' coupons or premiums. We prefer, to give quality I by k. J. Ktrnollj TobtceoCo. CoerrlfttlMt the national joy smoke in goodness and in pipe ..satisfaction is allCwe or its enthusi- ymatter r of tttmnitr For. ntci of pitco 4rftlirinnrf tidy no I pt tnt bi Milt rvj. en tMp no OU'LL. uid m cheery howdy-d- a you in tho a horn much Princo tho wood you drop Into. you- VUMit aout toDscco I no loppy rod for a nlckmlontt tha ttn roe m uimotthen then m tno nmna-tom- e half-pountina .. pound and . d v ItunwJora and the pouma Hi r ill! l Wri. ,j astic friends ever claimed for it:f "T. " I. r,Ijr.l Bponge'tnoimrmnmr - l! DCTft ner!'frvchefViu ( kc that koepa tho top to- - re l h, Mcco in aocA I ir Ph j k - Jt inafrriighty short time ILJ;Jam) tii It answers every smoke desire you ?or arryother man ever had I It is so cool1 find fragrant and appealing to your smbkeappetite that you will get chummy with av -1 Imwwwmm ThU.b mam Mrs. Hoyt Russell mid little his instep in a serious manner. daughter Irnia, were shopping in Winchester Monday. ; Rev.' Paul Derthick, of San 4 a Mr.. . ud Mrs. Win. .Johnson ton. Kv., held services nt this place (Belle" speiiunday, with. "Mr. audrMrs. Saturday night-Point, Lee .county) and'Sunday "and lias.."P. Totullnson.nt Nada,,., uIho nr inized u Bundav School Carl Hall has u new roof now here Sunday afternoon witliJVIrs, over him and. his, shilling bright T. GHensley, .Superjntendetr Beattyvllle Enterprise. us-nevv pun iii the summery sun. a iilyou invest 5c or jLOc, to prove out our say-s- o or"the national joyv smoke? . OLDS TOBACCO CO., i- Trine A fat rTM $Ua af Urn. ,bb sWrOaatad Pro" aod rMaVra wSt k uim 'niHin rMw'jAjfciH lUrnd Rm4 metstfe-la-ro- o WucW WkietoM-Sale- M N. C Mrs. (JVE. White has been, ill. Mr and Mrs. J. B. McCormick for soine 'Jim'j, suffering with leave Tlmrsday morning for rheumatism, but is improving Chicago, where Mr. McCormick has accepted u irnnd position as manager of ti park, Mrs. Mc Sunday is being celebrated all Oorulick is a sister o'Mrp. J. G, over the United States as Rogers and slioand her husba'nd "Mothers' Day," and special have been visiting here for some services will be held m ull weeks. churches. 9 Tin Swope, the officieut. L. & The school census for Oluy N gardener, and a staff of assis City, as sent in to the County tuiits nave oeen busy tor some Superintendent for this year, days past fixing up the grounds contains 211 names, 01 boys and at Natural Bridge, preparing for 115 girls. This is the iargert tho flm Cincinnati excursion unm bee' in years for a school whichuil run Sunday. Taulbee census from here, and oe'Mounlz havo again secur ed (he stand privileges at the ' Dr. W. O. Martin was called to Bridge and thnxe taking in the Torrent Monday to attend Bon trip will be well looked alter on Spicer, a section hand, who in- their arrival. jured his foot while working in the tunnel. Spicer was tamping Old Papers for Sale at The when the tool slipped, brusing Times Office. I - in-- test tliein: " na 't Sift i terested jn buthqU'Hiid Sas nod I r a a irtill supply (Jlv Qitv with gas tV sa f y':r v mr iioiusuo. purposes siioum 11 . be found in paying cjuantiriec-King Emerald CHiel will make the ensuing, season a( the stable, of Jr. G. Pam'ck, near SUuitQHGollege, at the, lpw price of TEJ DOI 0. A. Garijan, ;af Pjttsburg, LARS to insure a livitfgeolt. arrived Tuesday and js trying to King Emerald is a' son of Emerald Chief, of World's Fair fame. drill secure sufficient .acrenco to He stands 6 hands and is a beauty. Why send your maras to.CIailc several we lli'. Mr. Qortlan's or Montgomery when you have a horsa at home second to" none" iri j t has J)een iSfiiperator nd father "Kentucky? He is a half brother to Emerald Bell, that sold for $1 20T j producer itr tie L'ounsylVania and and this amount was awarded Mr. Patrick for the mare , Powell Virginia fields fiinjiioria tjian fif. county jury and also by the Court of Appeals. He is also a half brother ty years uud .thefi Jiavo never to Viola Allen, one of the beauticitof the world, and sold. for $1 750 struck a dry lleld;yer, anil are old. There is no better breeding horse in Kentucky, as a among the best known oil men o ' as his colts show. the country. B'T1' rra' parties are associated with Mr. We also have a fine JACK, which will make the season at the same Qartlan in the davelopmetit of place at the fee of this field. $8.00 To Insnrea Llving.CoIt. Sultivan, Tnd., is H. Ileien, of awaiting the arriv!' .'of his drill- ng outfit, 'ho havfiig contracted four wells for J. Ili McOlurkin, tho first of which will .bo on the west bank of Hardwicks creek, on the (JIark farnir- The other three will be further up the creek, near the fuotjof.MoKiuuey niountaiu. -. v Kinp . cmeraia cnier 4.00 . 1 by-a- four-ye- ar J. C. Pali ick, Stanton, Ky. - LATE STYLES in Dress Goods and Millinery? The Nabonai Dress Good Company, of New York, have appointed me their resident representative foe this district. This u the largest concern. tefcwg Dress Good to the consumer direct through its representatives. Special patterns are often woven exclusively for them. These styles do not reach outside of New York City for a year later. By purchasing them through me you will be A YEAR AHEAD OF THE STYLES latest style J. H. McGlurkin.roturn td Mou day from ConwayjJjTwhere is pre' ii'..i. paring 10 sunt somo ioai wuu He report in the neir futuro!considerable activity in that pec. -- .:. a. A Sq uare Deal We aim. to Why not wear the Several ripVare .reported 11 on tho way iierevirnin n liter. tint points a nd'l several more Wells wiH"rirob.ibly. be underway tion. . Itje treat our customers in the wihm theiexl f'days. A.lPnett i. best possible manner and to give them a square deal. BM. BonuivillH$Hlrilling N on tke Mary and is down aboiiiWO loa6o SHOWN HERE. have Just received my summer patterns. Over 600 afferent ones to cheese (rem. CaH and see them or seed for samples' ef any style you fancy, My price wiN suit any purse, and the quality of this line is known I everywhere. well is about a,:n the No, 8 Clark vH which vas brought In a wi mo oy iiu is thought same party, and '? ; to be' gooh for 15 feet. This feet from Our Stock '; . s clean and. fresh, and our prices are right, Give, us a trial. ilrs. W. J. riountz CLAY CITY . . bb. Henry WALTERSVILLE, Wt4i?pn' KENTUCKY KENTUCKY An outfit unloaded M Kosslyn Wnotj'w wd will be taken np m UoSwfik to sink . .. r. toons iei wr Si iiaPTu. I f aw